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The Troubles of Disappearing Travel

Let me begin this by stating, I live in Europe and I have dual citizenship. A great perk in the world of travel and disappearing. However, a few weeks ago when I was leaving Europe for the states I was asked for my visa, since I was abroad for over a year. 277 more words

The W.R. initiative

World Recognition was created as a technology solution to the gap in practices of Browser interfaces, to the World Wide Web. Having not guidance or orientation means internet users need to educate themselves, and this can be especially difficult in many regions of the world, especially when content diversity is restricted. 117 more words

Brexit, the desintegration of the UK

Trudging through the halls of 10 Downing Street, dripping a drop of sweat, Prime Minister David Cameron was gathering the strength to tell the world that the UK will no longer form part of the European Union. 353 more words

Military Defense News: Navy to Christen Newest Destroyer "USS Michael Monsoor"

The Navy will christen the newest destroyer, USS Michael Monsoor (DDG 1001), Saturday, June 18 during a 10 a.m. EDT ceremony at the General Dynamics-Bath Iron Works shipyard in Bath, Maine. 467 more words

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Prepping: Creating a Collapse Supply List

I don’t do a lot of prepping articles because to be honest, most of it is common sense type stuff. Blame it on me being raised in the south and having a really “hands on” child hood I guess, but alot of what most people consider “prepping” I did when I was 12 years old in the woods with my Dad and it kind of just “stuck”. 584 more words


Military Defense News: Another Naval Traitor Crawls Out of the Woodwork

First it was Lt. Commander Edward Lin now this guy…it appears the US Navy has too many leaky ships. I have found traitors are just like drug smugglers, for every one you catch there are most likely five or more still operating. 517 more words

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