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Donnybrook Fair

A broadside ballad called “The Humours of Donnybrook Fair” dates from the 18th century, author unknown.

To Donnybrook steer, all you sons of Parnassus
Poor painters, poor poets, poor newsmen, poor knaves… 118 more words

Dalton Lewellen: 4/27/2016 Check-up Work Day

Today, our group has done a few things. To start off, our group had a meeting with our teacher about our direction and what we can do. 102 more words


Current Solar Cycle Continues To Be The Weakest In Almost 200 Years …Planet At The Mercy Of The Sun

P Gosselin translates the latest post at Die kalte Sonne on solar activity. The URL link is HERE

The Sun in March 2016
By Frank Bosse and Fritz Vahrenholt… 185 more words


Bridging the generation gap

It’s something every teacher has to deal with, sooner or later: the generation gap.  Or more aptly put, bridging that gap every time one enters the classroom, be it filled with kindergarteners, adolescents, or older teens.   1,049 more words



Alaska, the 49th state in the United States of America, is also the largest in the USA. It is home to Denali (f.k.a. Mt. McKinley), the highest mountain in North America. 157 more words


Walter Beauchamp Tailors and the Queen’s Own Rifles

By Pedro Mendes, classic men’s style enthusiast and author of The Hogtown Rake.

One of the threads that holds many generations of the Queen’s Own Rifles together is a literal one: the tailoring of Walter Beauchamp. 502 more words