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Post-Death Consciousness

A small and clumsy answer to Dennis and his friend Mark

(The full work of which being scheduled to appear in small weekly segments for publication in Tale Told.) 1,050 more words


Guest Blogger: Katherine Ramsland Ph.D.: Day Pass for a Psychopath?

Day Pass for a Psychopath

Treatments are not yet sufficiently effective to engender trust.

Last week in England, the notorious child killer Colin Pitchfork – the first criminal to be identified with DNA – created a stir. 807 more words

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Restaurant named ANIMAL. By its name, you know you won’t be having any vegan meals in there. To my surprise, the menu for this restaurant is more than just beef tenderloin or lamb rack. 438 more words


Guest Submission: Chocolate Frosting To Die For

When it comes baking a cake, choosing the right frosting recipe is a must. With chocolate cake it’s paramount. I’ve made one too many cakes where the frosting is just .  113 more words


The Malta Experience

A well kept secret, one of only a few mini countries in the world, and it is truly a wonderful place to visit.

Sacred, historically medieval, and beautiful, we arrived from Rome met the kids at “Popeye’s Village” for a rigorous round of miniature golf and it’s been non stop ever since. 344 more words


Placement in the USA: What it's really like!

For the final installment in our USA placement series, we’ve finally got to the good stuff – what it’s like actually LIVING the American placement experience! 917 more words


Guest Blogger - James Leedham

I don’t have a mental health condition, but I do live with one.

Mental health is rarely a solo illness. Whilst the person suffering will often feel isolated, alone, thinking that no one understands them, they are often surrounded by many people who care about them, parents, siblings, partners and friends and whilst these people might not be suffering from a condition they are certainly impacted by it. 1,119 more words