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One of rock band Fleetwood Mac's most quietly creative forces--singer, songwriter, and keyboardist Chrisitne McVie--is back with the group after a roughly 16 year absence. And, boy, howdy, did we miss her!
This article promises to make you think and feel as information unfolds about our legal, penal and judiciary systems that perhaps you never would have dreamed of. And so, be prepared to be shocked especially if you've never had any dealings with law enforcement...and if you have, be prepared to wallow in a few old memories. No matter who you are this piece concerns you and those you love. Worth the read!
This essay explores Roy's writing style, specifically her use of colors and scene in her vivid prose to create unforgettable people and places in her novel The God of Small Things.
Planet earth; An Adventure into mind, madness & motivation is a must read for anyone interested in making the world a happier more loving place. It is a sit back and read article so pour a glass of wine or cup of coffee and dig in. For some it will be a shocker...so don't expect the expected.Nevertheless, if you've ever looked out and wondered why your world isn't happier, safer and more content this read attempts to answer those questions and more, how to set things right.
Joseph Carey Merrick lived his life in Victorian England as a "human novelty exhibit". As the infamous "Elephant Man" Merrick's grotesque appearance was sufficent to incite public outrage; he made women faint at the sight of him. Beneath his hideous deformities, however, lay the spirit of a sensitive, albeit wounded soul, with intelligence and respect for other living things, including those who'd wronged him.
There are very few members of royalty who will ever--certainly in this day--put their lives, literally, on the line to do something they think might better the perception of their people. The Indian princess, Noor Inayat Khan, was one such rare royal personage--she acted as a spy on behalf of the British during World War II and was executed by the Germans.
Ruth Ellis, the last woman executed in Britain before it abolished capital punishment, was a bleached-blonde party-girl. Her crime, shooting her lowlife boyfriend to death was, was not very interesting or unique. The only reason Ruth Ellis' execution is remembered today is simply this: she was pretty. And pretty people make for better copy.
The mannish 17th century queen of Sweden, Christina, was anomolous in her day. Preferring men's clothing, engaging in manly pursuits, and a scholar, she also abdicated to pursue an interest in Catholicism (illegal in Sweden then). Her androgynous appearance, attachments to at least one woman, and failed "love" interests in men have led many to believe she may have been a hermaphrodite.
If you've ever wondered why you are skeptical when it comes to your religion or religion itself, you will find this article unique and intriguing; it is indeed a new prospective to ponder. And, if you are a seeker, you might even find a spirituality that you never thought possible to have. If religion interests you, Religion: A Perspective to Ponder, is a MUST READ.
How to Make a Home More Green Energy EfficientRecently, we have begun to witness an increased emphasis on the importance of environmental friendly, and energy efficient, technologies. The truth is, however, that the â€œgreenâ€ movement isnâ€™t new by any means. Fortunately, there are many simple things that each and every one of us can do make our homes even that much more green energy efficient, that wonâ€™t wreck or ruin a family who is living on a tight budget. If you have already begun thinking of ways to save money on your energy bills, then you have certainly reached this article in time. The smart changes that I present can really manifest in decreased energy bills, considerable savings, and a more eco-friendly consideration, especially in the long term.As a general background beyond societyâ€™s desire to â€œgo greenâ€, it has been shown that entire communities can benefit from these clear and distinct initiatives, whether pursued on the national level or within the confines of our own homes. After all, we have to begin somewhere. To make your home â€œgreenâ€ simply means that you are taking the necessary steps to decrease our natural overconsumption of energy sources by using natural heating and cooling devices. Not only are we concerned about overconsumption of resources, but we are also concerned with providing renewable energy alternatives like wind and solar panels. These two energy sources, in particular, has also proven to be environmental friendly as well as cost effective in the long term. [read the rest]