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Eric Berry Returns a "Pick-2" Interception to Give Chiefs Lead Back, After Falcons Touchdown

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Atlanta took a lead with 4:32 remaining against Kansas City, 28-27. It was short-lived. Atlanta went for two points to extend the lead to a field goal, but instead Eric Berry stepped in front of a goal line pass and ran it all the way back for two points for Kansas City. 48 more words


Thomas Hardy and why he was miserable #walking

I went for a walk last week. Birthdays do all sorts for a man – remind me of mortality, prove that ageing involves as much gravity as gravitas, allow for a bodily stock take, a sort of naming of parts, just to ensure the ones I counted last year are still with me. 816 more words


HOOP SCOOP column - Lottich inspiring Valparaiso with passion | The Japan Times

For many years, Matt Lottich was one of the best basketball ambassadors that Japan has ever had. He made big contributions on a consistent basis. He respec… 9 more words


A Personal Message from the Proprietor: Argus Editorial Services is open for business

I’ve been writing and editing for over 35 years — and teaching these skills for nearly 20 years.

After several years practicing law in the 1990s and nearly two decades teaching high school English and Journalism, I’ve decided to open up shop as a professional editor and writer. 307 more words

Book News


Regret is fickle. You’d only feel its gut wrenching influence the moment you started to feel distressed about something you misused or someone you neglected. But the thing is you don’t know you’d lament the things and persons you disregard. 57 more words


Courgette 'Nibbles'

Look at these little beauties…..

My husband and I were recently staying at a rather nice hotel on Lanzarote and the Sous Chef kept producing the most amazing assortment of entrées. 187 more words

Healthy Eating

Saturday Miscellany - 12/3/16

Whoops, been silent here for a couple of days and then this thing goes up more than 12 hours late — no, I haven’t abandoned this blog. 292 more words