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Countdown to Lawgiver MkII – Guest spotlight - Michael Carroll

The name Michael Carroll appears quite a lot throughout this blog. From the Judge Badge in my title banner, my Interview with Mike, reviews of his work on Judge Dredd such as… 317 more words

2000AD

Shore lacrosse roundup for March 31


Jackson Memorial Boys Lacrosse vs Brick Memorial on March 31, 2015 in Freehold Boro. Peter Ackerman/Staff Photographer

BOYS LACROSSE

Howell 11, Jackson Lib. 4

Jake Sherman scored five goals, Mark Buannic delivered three more to go along with four assists, and Zack Ornstein added two of his own as the Rebels topped the Lions. 294 more words

Sports

Man Who Skipped Prison Faces More Jail Time

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DALLAS (AP) – A Dallas-area man who was convicted of fraud and skipped reporting to federal prison to serve nearly six years faces up to 10 more years behind bars. 115 more words

News

Five tips for fostering balance in your workplace

For years, I’ve heard a lot about work-life balance, whether it’s how to protect your personal life from the encroachment of work demands or to embrace the blur between the lines of work and home. 246 more words

Career

"You lie in the bed you made. At some point, you change the sheets." - Michael Carroll

If you want to change the world, not everyone will be happy about it.  Your product will threaten those who think they own your customers.  They will not appreciate losing business. 118 more words

Character

Prolific child abuser John Allen 'shared victims' with paedophile friend linked to Tony Blair minister

John Allen, 73, and Michael John Carroll, 66, were friends when they were abusing youngsters North Wales and London respectively in the 1980s

Two notorious paedophiles were at the centre of a nationwide network of abusers which allegedly included both Labour and Tory politicians, a Mirror investigation has found. 967 more words

INFORMATION

The Hunter and the Hunted

After spending a lifetime reading superhero fiction, there’s one thing we’ve learned: The most important thing about being a superhuman is the “human” part. The “super” part is nothing but sound and fury and utility belts. 386 more words

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