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That's Funny?

http://www.upi.com.  President Reagan liked a good joke, particularly on himself. 

“I love to laugh!” sang Uncle Arthur, drifting to the ceiling in Mary Poppins.  I remember laughing just because he did. 431 more words

Dwelling In History

Mr. Toledano: A meditation on death or narcissistic empathy?

The Many Sad Fates of Mr. Toledano is an intriguing documentary following Phillip Toledano’s quest to “know what’s going to happen to me…in the future”. 347 more words

Michel Foucault

1 Corinthians 1:18-31

An Activity

This classic science trick is a great demonstration of power, using the ordinary-looking to produce something extraordinary. It is messy, so is best done outside or in a non-carpeted room. 1,185 more words

Hebrew Perspective Part # One

Weekly Sabbath Survey

Hebrew Perspective – Part One  —  1-7-2017

From time to time, readers question the whole Jewish thing I do. I’ve been asked if I’m Jewish or wanting to become a Jew.  927 more words

Spirituality

Cyprus

We will arrive in Cyprus in a few days, the place which hosted a war, in the early 1900’s , from which both my Grandfathers fled. 118 more words

Cyprus

Turkish Lawmaker Disciplined for mentioning "Genocide"

AFP

Turkish Member of Parliament for the Peoples’ Democratic Party (HDP) Garo Paylan (YouTube screenshot)

(AFP) — A pro-Kurdish lawmaker has been temporarily suspended from the Turkish parliament for saying the word “genocide” during heated discussions on changes to the constitution, state media said Friday. 240 more words

My Daughter's Godmother was, well, God-like

My Daughter’s Godmother was, well, God-like

Really sad day, today. My daughter Lane’s Godmother is being laid to rest, sadly, at the young age of 56. 210 more words