POST CARDS FROM THE MUSE
By Nandy Ekle
In my day job, I read a lot of contracts, and I read some court documents. 265 more words
ST. LOUIS, MO (KPLR) – A new discovery is found inside an old St. Louis City Court file from 1992. The court record documents what appeared to be forgery and a conspiracy to steal a baby from a blind, illiterate mother. 1,004 more words
When it doesn’t rain, it pours. Almost everyday, a scandal emerges in Malawi that shows the level of incompetency and dysfunction that exists on all levels. 406 more words
It scares me how one post can be seen on the other side of the world, by someone you have never met.
I haven’t mentioned to anyone I was writing a blog, yet logging into my emails I find 3 different people have liked posts and it got me wondering how on earth did they discover my blog – after all using search functions and keywords I couldn’t find it in the first few pages of my search engine. 93 more words
Apple CEO Tim Cook is a notoriously tough operations executive. He was, of course, the company’s chief operating officer for years, and Apple’s market-leading hardware execution, efficiency, and supply chain all prove his worth. 202 more words