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BACHELOR'S HEART OFF AND RACING

Jenna Clarke, SUN HERALD

It’s never been a more exciting time to work out. And, it’s never been easier thanks to the popularity of activewear and the disruption taking place in the fitness and training industry.  97 more words

Published in and on the cover of the Biloxi Sun Herald

Last week when I wrote the blog about surviving a brain injury that resulted from a speeding car that struck me, I prayed to God that it would reach the right eyes. 299 more words

FROM HAUTE COUTURE TO HOME COOKING

Amy Cooper, SUN HERALD

Perhaps food and fashion aren’t mutually exclusive after all. Stephanie Conley has been flitting between the two for some years but the ex-fashion designer has now decided her heart lies with cooking.  197 more words

Humble Jumble

Will someone please tell public speakers especially politicians to stop being “humble”.  I don’t believe it and I expect neither do the other listeners/viewers.  The new MP for North Sydney was “humble”, “humbled”, and many other variations of this ridiculous word.  47 more words

Politicians

'No smoking' shooter ponders his fate

According to the Sun Herald, accused Waffle House shooter Johnny Max Mount had one thing on his mind in his first court appearance.

“Is the death penalty going to be involved in this charge?” suspect Johnny Max Mount asked Justice Court Judge Albert Fountain.

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Crime

FOMO

Sam de Brito, in his regular Sun-Herald All men are liars except Sam de Brito column entitled ‘Great Expectations = 24-hour FOMO’ said that happiness is largely determined by a person’s expectations, which are invariably set by the culture in which they live. 455 more words

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18 Years Card-Labour

Excessive debt sentence

Nicole Pederson-McKinnon, in her Sun-Herald column entitled ‘Big bank sentence? 18 years card-labour’, says that ‘the excess debt sentences for the average Aussie is 18 years. 490 more words

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