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Texas Glimpses Some Late-Season Wonder

In most years, Texas fireflies have largely faded out by August. But this year, a second wave of fireflies has washed across central Texas during mid-September. 303 more words

Book Blog

The Modern Feminist Rejection of Constitutional Government by Dr. Christina Villegas

Dr. Christina Villegas of the University of California, San Bernardino published a report entitled “The Modern Feminist Rejection of Constitutional Government” for the Heritage Foundation. It’s a long read, but persuasive in its entirety. 1,134 more words

Feminism Outer Party

Sex & the City & Feminism

Dissecting Sex in Sex and the City

In the era following the reclaiming of sexuality in second-wave feminism and rapid globalization, television became an outlet in which sex—specifically females and sex—was a topic more widely accepted in broadcasting. 2,961 more words


Faldaprevir - An Effective Second-Wave Protease Inhibitor

Robert Hindes, MD, co-founded Trek Therapeutics, which is organized as a public benefit corporation that seeks ways of developing innovative yet affordable and accessible antiviral medications. 135 more words

Robert Hindes MD

New on 500px : Curves by robetzel by robetzel

Located near the Arizona/Utah border, the Coyote Buttes area presents endless composition opportunities. The sandstone layers in undulating formations and varying colors have become famous among hikers and photographers. 20 more words

Real Estate And Mortgage

Integrating Coffee Shops into the Circular Economy Using Starbucks as a Model

I wrote a research proposal for my CEE circular economy class. And here it is:

Since 1996, Starbucks’ expansion has been exponential; the number of stores has been growing by the thousands, with the company opening 22,519 stores as of June 28, 2015. 1,354 more words

Coffee Information

Outrageous Acts and Everyday Rebellions || From the Archives of the Second Wave

It was by complete chance that I found this book.

Among my many trades, I work at a bookshop, a very old bookshop, in a sleepy town in rural America. 1,160 more words