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Wednesday, 29th July 2015

U-turn, n.

Pronunciation: /ˌjuːˈtəːn/
Etymology: < U n. + turn n.

An act of walking or pacing genteelly around or about a limited area, as your park, garden, or sequence of streets; a short walk (or ride) forth and back, esp. 11 more words

Journal

Fetus

Two tiny embryos
Born only 10 miles apart
Both girls.
12-and-a-half-years between them.

The first, planned and loved,
She’s an English major,
A product of a sheltered upbringing. 32 more words

Writing

Beijing Backpacking, Day 13: A View From The New Top

THERE’S NO ESCAPING the advent of new wealth in China. It’s a characteristic of almost any emerging market that new developments dot the skyline.

But it’s also a characteristic that authorities, or at least some major developers, have specific plots of land some distance from the traditional city centre where much of this new development is concentrated. 282 more words

Beijing Backpacking Blog

What is success?

suc·cess
səkˈses/
noun

the accomplishment of an aim or purpose.

“the president had some success in restoring confidence”
synonyms:favorable outcome, successfulness,successful result, triumph;
“the success of the scheme” 262 more words

Culture

The Rich stay Rich and The Poor were always Wealthy.

Who are you?

The world claims you’re disgraceful,

history tries to erase you,

society points to you as the enemy..
Who are you?

When hard work isn’t paying well, 147 more words

Flattery & Ingratiation works - if you have class

Flattery generally gets a bad press.

Abraham Lincoln said “Knavery and flattery are blood relations“, Dante said that their words were the equivalent of excrement, in the 8th Circle of Hell, and Dale Carnegie said that flattery; “ 496 more words

Psychology

Top up

To up
A face says comfort
:33 M5

Twinkling, a face
Says Comfort Fort
33 5M whiteman

A face say yes
Fort manned
FF yes Fort candies