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Down to My Hands

Yearn for understanding

Learn from mistakes

Don’t be afraid of failure

This land comes with the breaks

Take a chance on hope

Uplifting interaction

My destination unknown… 78 more words

Poems

Donald Trump Invites Philippines' President Duterte To White House And Vice Versa

(THIS ARTICLE IS COURTESY OF THE NEW YORK TIMES AND REUTERS)

Donald Trump Invites Philippines’ Rodrigo Duterte to the White House After ‘Animated’ Phone Call… 211 more words

Doping and the Medal Musical Chairs Part 1: Uncovering Cheaters Leads to Surprised Medalists

It’s a cat and mouse game, the chemists on the side of the cheaters, and the chemists on the side of the authorities. And like hackers in cyberspace, the well-financed black hats in the shadows will often times be one step ahead of the rule-makers and the enforcers. 433 more words

Other Olympics

Wisconsin Basketball And The Hunger For More

New York Times –  The Wisconsin basketball players Nigel Hayes and Jordan Hill took a step behind their teammates during the national anthem before the ninth-ranked Badgers’ season opener on Friday. 380 more words

Sports

Robert Parry | The Orwellian War on Skepticism

Special Report: Official Washington’s rush into an Orwellian future is well underway as political and media bigwigs move to silence Internet voices of independence and dissent, reports Robert Parry. 2,241 more words

Militarism

It’s the Giving Season. Would You Like a Radio Station? by PAUL SULLIVAN


By PAUL SULLIVAN

Many gifts this time of year are checks written to causes, but some come as junked cars and even orphan radio stations. 13 more words

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Chinese teacher draws on eugenics to select members for grade school band

In most countries, children choose to learn an instrument because they’re drawn to the sound it makes, or because their parents gently nudge them toward the most practical or accessible option. 226 more words

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