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Photo of the Day - 12/08/16 ("Country Store", 1939 - 2 Views)

Daily Photo — “Country Store, 1939”

Use the photos posted in this feature for writing prompts, warm-up activities, drawing templates or as part of a  175 more words

Writing

Quit Comparing Yourself


My son thinks somehow age and height are related. When he sees someone tall, he thinks they must be really old. No matter how many times we’ve tried to explain it to him and show him, he still doesn’t want to change his thinking. 372 more words

We don't use the F-word here…

No, not that f-word.

I don’t let women call themselves fat in my fitting room. These beautiful, stunning, size-4s and -6s walk out from behind the curtain, stare at themselves in the gigantic, shadowy mirror, and doubt every curve, every bump, every ripple they think they see. 182 more words

Fashion

Scooba 450 vs Braava 380t in Perak – Which are the Chief Differences?

For years now, iRobot vacuums and has firmly established itself as the leading manufacturer of highly advanced flooring cleaners even in Perak. In the event you already have among the popular iRobot Roomba for vacuuming floors, you might want to eliminate the least nice family chore of keeping squeaky clean floors, gleaming at the same time to think about purchasing a floor washing robot. 1,501 more words

A Pause

A pause
A breath
To examine progress made;
Statistics displayed

Compare progress
To the skill level
Of different players.

The observation
In progress made
In accuracy… 64 more words

Desktop Drives: Audi S3 vs BMW M240xi

Anyone who watches Top Gear/The Grand Tour will know what the trio think of Americans. We are fat, stupid, and stubborn. It isn’t a good combination, and sadly this view is indicative of the rest of Europe’s general view of the US as well. 2,118 more words

Car

letter to an unknown doctoral researcher

Dear becoming-doctor,

I know that you are about to enrol in a PhD. That’s fab, no really, it’s great – but there’s something I want you to think about as you fill out that form. 1,520 more words

Pat Thomson