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21 Things I’ve Learned In My 21 Years

In no particular order, here is an amalgam of personal, practical, and funny things I’ve learned in my 21 years of life.

  1. Always err on being way too early for things…
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A Leap Forward Into the Future

A new branch of the Panama Metro was inaugurated yesterday by the president of the republic.  It will connect the Metropolis to the East.  A new branch is in the pipeline to connect the city to the West.  43 more words


1579 Communications Gap-3

continue from comm.Gap-2
Few points improve comm.
While communication find
some thing common with
other person, notice some
thing good to appreciate
then start communication. 84 more words


Sonic & Friends Go Head-to-Head with “Team Dark” In Part 2 of Team Sonic Racing Overdrive

The race is on, Sonic fans! Today, SEGA revealed the Part 2 of Team Sonic Racing Overdrive, developed by Tyson Hesse and Neko Productions. Part two resumes with the competition heating up fiercely between Team Dark and Team Sonic. 239 more words

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💡 #4 - Skin Color


Artist: Laura Montano

Less than 100,000 years ago, humans were dark-skinned.

About 10,000 to 20,000 years is enough for human populations to achieve optimal skin pigmentation… 212 more words


The Earliest Steel

Archaeological evidence of steel production in Kaman-Kalehöyük, Turkey, dating back to 1,800 BC is the earliest known instance of manufactured steel in history.

Due to the results of carbon dating, archaeological context, and archaeometallurgical examination, researchers think that it is likely that the use of ironware made of steel had already begun in the third millennium B.C. in Central Anatolia.


Masculinity and the Concept of Communism: Notes on the Zizek-Peterson Debate

I’m five minutes in and already this seems like something beamed in from an alternate universe. Did this crowd just cheer “doctoral degrees” and then, specifically, “psychoanalysis”? 4,904 more words