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Ced's Coming of Age Adventure (5-b) - 1939 Chicago World's Fair

“Hitch Hike trip from Trumbull to New York City – Ossining — Cleveland — Chicago — west to St. Paul

Left Sunday July 15th – returned Thursday Sept. 90 more words


Contraception in Ancient Egypt: Hormonal Birth Control, Pregnancy Tests, and Crocodile Dung

Ancient Egypt was a remarkably advanced society. They had one of the first known written languages, the earliest form of paper, a 365-day calendar, toothpaste, and breath mints. 454 more words


Forget the Nobel Prize ceremony, this place is more important

I didn’t get an invitation to the Nobel Prize award ceremony for Bob Dylan in Sweden today. Instead, I visited a memorial to the most important people in his life: His parents. 688 more words


Required Reading: "Forgotten Soldier"

I am currently reading “Forgotten Soldier,” by Guy Sajer, a half-German Alsatian who served as an infantryman in the German Army during the last three years of World War Two on the Eastern Front. 859 more words