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Coco & Woodward - Discourses of Authenticity in a Pagan Community

Discourses of Authenticity Within a Pagan Community: The Emergence of the “Fluffy Bunny” Sanction

by Angela Coco & Ian Woodward

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  • Discussing “fluffy bunnies” is “a group boundary defining exercise based on moral judgments.” …
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Identity And Subjectivity

Sydney's Best Driving Roads - Old Pacific Highway

The Old Pacific Highway, Old Pac Road, starts north of Sydney near the suburb of Berowra.

It travels along side the freeway but twists it’s way all the way to Gosford on the central Coast, past Cowan, Brooklyn, over the Brooklyn Bridge, through Mooney Mooney and Calga. 73 more words

Sydney Coupes And Roadsters- SCAR

nonfiction book about my father completed!

Just wanted to announce that I have completed a non-fiction memoir, “Resurrection”  of sorts, a 210-page  book about my most unusual father, who died in 1980. 34 more words

Hibernian 2-3 Clydebank, 4 January 1986

This match was preceded by a moving minute’s silence for Erich Schaedler, who had been found dead shortly before New Year. ‘Shades’ had left Hibs on a free at the beginning of the season for Dumbarton, still playing at the age of 36 – a good age to be still playing, a bad age at which to die. 340 more words

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Blessed Beach Day - The Cowan's Maui Family Portrait


After making the trip from Texas, the Cowan family was thrilled to enjoy some bonding time during their Maui Family Portrait. As high school senior Catherine prepares to head out on her own in the fall, this time together is especially important. 120 more words

Labor: Lobbyists, Lawyers, Liars, What Did You Expect?

Amidst the flurry of appointments, bombastic bulletins, mendacity, and over-hyped housekeeping that has marked the incoming Trump Administration is the question of policy, its implementation and those who will implement it. 3,232 more words

A chaplain's fine and gallant work under fire

Although they took no part in the actual fighting, army chaplains were not always safe behind he lines. A brave Berkshire clergyman was honoured for helping tend to the wounded in the most dangerous of circumstances. 144 more words

News From The Front: The Grim Reality Of War