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Tragedies Last Week: Fires, Droughts, and Broken Legs

This is the regular feature of Tragedy Weekly. Every Monday we will take a look back at the tragedies of the previous week. This way you can stay up to date on the ones you missed or learn something new about the ones you know. 536 more words

Weekly Tragedies

8.3.16 Agility Week 6

Last night there were people doing “make-up” classes during our class so there was a different energy.  One was a family, mom, dad, two little girls, and their dog (GSD).   299 more words


A Savage World...

Generations gather around the political arena to only view a savage world within. Men, women and children are no longer safe. The unknown savage who wears a mask lurks among us, as we unknowingly walk among them. 494 more words

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Senate committee calls out Elon Musk, wants answers on Tesla Autopilot | ESIST

by Lora Kolodny

The U.S. Senate Committee on Commerce, Science and Transportation has called out Tesla CEO Elon Musk to answer some questions about the company’s Autopilot technology, and what the Silicon Valley automaker is doing to educate drivers about it. 226 more words


The Electric Bill Caper

I did a very bad thing last month. I confess. I’m guilty. I failed to pay my electric bill. I don’t know how it happened exactly, but somehow it just got by me.  749 more words


A series of unfortunate dates -The nasty act of Ghosting- offense #1

When I first moved to Brisbane I was 20 years old and spent a good part of three months hanging out with my cousins’ dog Mia because I didn’t know anyone. 1,217 more words


Today’s top stories in the morning papers in Korea (June 13, 2016)

Round-up: Today’s top stories in the morning papers in Korea (June 13, 2016)

1. Lifting the Sewol ferry, one of the core operations to recover the capsized ferry, started on the 12th in the afternoon. 351 more words

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