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Today is the first post in a series honoring women.  I hope to share with you stories of women who are famous and not so famous.   160 more words


Basking Shark: The Largest Shark of the Sea

By, Crystal S. Kauffman


The basking shark is considered the second largest fish or shark, when compared to the whale shark. According to Sharks-World… 417 more words

Crystal S. Kauffman

Restoration of Cenotaphs- Revival of legacy

The practice to build cenotaphs during medieval period is an example of Mughal influence.  Major royal families in Rajasthan in an effort to preserve the memory of their deceased ancestors constructed Cenotaphs complex in their respective city. 158 more words

Travel And Tourism

An Alternate Home for the Country Bear Jamboree: The Disney Resort That Never Was

Did you know the Country Bear Jamboree almost didn’t become part of the Disney theme parks? It’s true. Originally, the attraction was supposed to be part of a year-round resort located in the mountains of California.  542 more words

Disney Nerd

A Day With Sea Lions

“People protect what they love.”
Jacques Yves Cousteau

What a spectacular day! Lots of fun activity for young and old.

They had music, an assortment of food trucks and demonstrations on what the Marine Mammal Care Center is all about. 61 more words


Ironic Tweets Slammed After Anti-Fracking Woman Falls Down Manhole

A manhole similar to the one that this daft bint fell down pictured last night.

The family of a prominent female conservationist who sustained serious injuries after falling down an open manhole this week, have hit out at what they describe as “a tirade of jeering and abuse” from social media trolls, who they claim, have targeted the woman and bombarded her with a number of comments that were extremely heavy with irony. 214 more words