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9/11 - The Truth In 5 Minutes - James Corbett

 Until the truth comes out and is finally revealed, and I probably won’t be around by then, I vow to remember this once or twice a year. 16 more words


Archaeologists find Bronze Age food at prehistoric settlement "comparable to the Mary Rose"

Archaeologists found food from between 800-1000 BC in a set of pots, textiles and other material at a Cambridgeshire settlement destroyed by fire during the Bronze Age© Cambridge Archaeological Unit… 614 more words


Happy Fourth of July!

It’s Independence Day here in the US, in which we celebrate our break with the British Empire. We’re 239 years old and, despite what some… 805 more words


De Goya a gofres: Knowledge Organisation at the Prado

It’s always great when you can incorporate your interests and passions into your work. The assignment for the Knowledge Organisation module last semester required me to construct a classification system for the corporate knowledge of an imaginary establishment. 758 more words


My Washington Favorites

Here are my four favorite pics from our sojourn in Washington earlier this week:

And lastly, contributing her professional nursing presence to the “Nurses” statue at the Vietnam Memorial, my bride of 35 years:

Glass half-Full


The Fourth of July

The Star Spangled Banner: a strong symbol to many and flown proudly on this day.

I’m wearing my #278 ISDT tee which was Steve McQueens race number in the 1964 International Six Day Trials Where he bore the flag for the U.S. 42 more words

Triumph Motorcycle

A Brief History of the American Revolution

Happy 4th of July, 3.5 readers!

May your day be filled with fireworks, revelry, and delicious barbecued wieners.

Bookshelf Q. Battler here to kick the holiday off in style with a brief history of the American Revolution. 1,551 more words