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The Tree Of Death

The little apple of death hangs from the branches of the tree of death.

On a hot July day in 1521, Ponce de Leon, his body ravaged by agony, rolled his eyes toward heaven and, most likely, screamed his way into the hands of his God.   401 more words


Neverland / Terra do Nunca

“I don’t want to grow up”, said my niece Ciara, 5 years old, in tears the last time we were leaving Dublin. I am sure she felt a lot better about the future once I gave her that Percy Pig, but I don’t blame her: why would anyone want to deal with a world of mortgages, driving tests and heartbreak? 832 more words


Ceiba speciosa is blooming!

So alfred talked me into using a point and shoot camera.
I have never been a fan but he always has one with him, even in trips with full load of equipment. 198 more words


The Dolphins Stink In America And In The UK

Welp, Yesterday was fun huh? Losing 27-14 to a division rival. Start the morning completely miserable because all of a sudden all the hype going into the season about how this is a different Dolphins team is almost entirely diminished after the loss across the pond.  611 more words

Cops arrest bike-riding bank robbery suspect

By Sabina Mollot

On Tuesday, police arrested Michael Sancinella, a 42-year-old homeless man they believe to be responsible for robbing one bank near Stuyvesant Town, the Ponce de Leon branch on First Avenue, and attempted to rob two other banks, all in the same day. 372 more words


Read This and Live Forever

When Juan Ponce de León traveled from Spain to the New World in 1513, he was looking for immortality. Legend has it that he was looking for the fabled fountain of youth. 743 more words