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Turn and Face the Strange

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This blog is likely to change in theme and what not, with a possible name change. The content will stay the same, it will be just a bit more bloggy. 205 more words

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Changing The World One Person At A Time – In Memory of Mohammad Nazim Uddin

WARNING: This post contains a verbatim exchange between the author and an anonymous fan. The language has been left intact to preserve the integrity of the person’s message; however, it does not represent the message of the author, SWiSS, or any organization related to the author. 1,356 more words

Bangladesh

Needing, Finding Security in Obama's US of A

Arlene Taber sent the following formula to protect yourselves from  those Obama Americans demanding your rights and property to cover their drug habits  and black racist marches about their Matter. 176 more words

American Culture

Germany Rising!?

Eccl. 1:9 The thing that hath been, it which shall be; and that which is done that which shall be done: and no new under the sun. 411 more words

History

French literary censorship

“Two of French literature’s most enduring works of the early modern period, Madame Bovary and Les Fleurs du Mal, faced prosecution on grounds of obscenity. The two cases were prosecuted by the same lawyer, Pierre-Ernest Pinard, in the Sixth Correctional Court, where indicted authors were tried alongside petty criminals, disturbers of the peace and common sexual deviants. 181 more words

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