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Technology
by Marlando
7 years ago
Magic: An Unexpected View of the Occult

Magic: An Unexpected View of the Occult is a fun and fascinating make-you-think piece. Beware, however--once you read you probably will never think of magic or the occult in the traditional way again.

Entertainment
by Tina Paxton
9 years ago
Clingman's Dome Hike: One Middle-aged Woman's Big Adventure

Backpacking is not just for the young athlete. Middle-aged totally non-athletic women can enjoy backpacking as well. Life lessons are learned on the trail--if we survive to tell about them!

Beauty
by Gentlemen Prefer Blondes
7 years ago
How to Improve Your Appearance - Men's Health Series Part 1 (Skin)

In this first part of the Men's Health Series, skin is the topic of choice. There is nothing like having clear, beautiful skin whether you are a woman or a man. Too often men act like they do not care about their appearance because they feel that it is not something that proves their manhood. The more women I talk to, the more I learn just how many women wished more men took care of their appearance. Skin is the first and easiest obstacle to tackle, so part 1 of How to Improve Your Appearance - Men's Health Series is dedicated solely to this.

Technology
by scribe3
9 years ago
How to Build a Bird Trap

How to Build a Bird Trap

This essay will tell you how to build a bird trap. But why would one want to do...

Technology
by egdcltd
8 years ago
As Technology Improves Personal Gadgets are Merging

Portable technology is starting to overlap. Although most devices are still bought and sold separately, many of them now have overlapping capabilities. As the overlap between gadgets increases, there will be less and less reason to buy individual items to do tasks when an item that has the same capability as several gadgets combined can be purchased.

Health
by Marlando
7 years ago
Health: A Hypothesis for Self-Healing

I believe that this article can actually be intrinsic in changing a few paths from despair to healing. I hope so!

History
by Amerowolf
4 years ago
Tarrare - The Tale of History's Most Tragic Cannibal

Today, eating mass amounts of food is nothing particularly special. The world of competitive eating is even centered around eating ridiculous amount of food. However, aside from all those non-competitive eaters in the poorer parts of the world, most modern gluttons don't know the true meaning of insatiable hunger, at least not to the extent of one medieval Frenchman. While demonized for being a cannibal, a crime against nature that is certainly hard to accept, this man painted monster by history is a victim of circumstance and disease. This is the tale of Tarrare. He was a man and he was very hungry.

Health
by Yindee
6 years ago
Gluten Free Vegan Bread and Hearty Meals Using Basil or Sabja Seeds

Find out what these little black seeds are, what they do and how to use them to make bread. Here is a unique recipe to make healthy, slimming, vegan, gluten free flat bread with a few cents worth of basil seeds. Basil seeds can stave off hunger, cut cholesterol and eliminate constipation.

Lifestyle
by Marlando
6 years ago
Gay Marriage: A New View

It doesn't matter if you are pro or con on gay marriage this article promises to give new insight into the marriage questions and sets out to settle the issue once and for all.

History
by Crystal
5 years ago
21 Unbelievably Bizarre Foods Eaten in Medieval Times

A list of 21 bizarre foods that were eaten by people in Medieval times. 

Travel & Places
by Yindee
5 years ago
Backpack around New York, Boston and Washington on Two Feet a Day

Ground Zero is a sobering and heart breaking experience. Go quietly, on your own and weep because mankind is so unkind. Washington DC was full of pumpkins. It was Halloween and the President's opulent homestead was also full of them. It snowed in Boston. Hailstones stung our cheeks. Why do we walk everywhere? Old age, I suppose.

Entertainment
by Toebunkers
8 years ago
Best 1990's Films: The Highest Grossing Films of the 1990's

The highest grossing films of the 1990's brought us it's own eclectic brand of aliens, dinosaurs, sinking cruise liners and the slap stick comedy of a kid left home alone by forgetful parents.

Entertainment
by Dallas Dwight
5 years ago
Top 10 Sitcoms Of All Time

I've ordered (what I consider to be) my personal top 10 sitcoms of all time. Of course, this kind of list is purely subjective but I feel strongly about every single show on this list. I encourage you to watch each one and make up your own mind, without letting any negative preconceived notions to color your true opinions of these shows. I don't imagine that being a problem because all 10 of these are incredible in many ways. Let's get started...

Business & Money
by JasonMatthews
6 years ago
Growth of a Venture: Dominating The Market through Management and Contingency planning. Part 2

How can both market and management factors affect the growth of a new venture? Contingency planning is not foolproof. How can an entrepreneur ensure that the contingency plans he or she has devised will keep the business on the path to its goals? This time we discuss the tools both tangible and intangible for predicting market growth and managing your small business through the next big wave.

History
by egdcltd
8 years ago
Heroes Are So Hard To Find

These days the word "hero" is thrown around so indiscriminately it's hard to know who real heroes are anymore.

History
by Marlando
7 years ago
America's War Years on the Home Front (1941-1945)

America's War years on the Home Front attempts to capture life in the U.S. in the decade prior to the start of the war and those years of the war. I believe that all history buffs will enjoy the historic tapastry that I've unfolded. I certainly hope so!

Lifestyle
by Marlando
7 years ago
Tree Climbing: A Philosophy for being a Happier Grownup

I was an extremely lucky kid—I had three great playgrounds. The first was my grandmother’s front yard, the second were the Colorado Rockies and the third was the Wyoming plains. I can’t imagine happier places for any child. In fact, except when I lived at my grandmothers, I lived out in the sticks because my dad was a coal miner—my best memories were living at Rawlins Mine Camp…White Mountain Mine Camp is Rock Springs and Pike View Mine camp in Colorado.

Entertainment
by T_William_Cook
5 years ago
Beauty
by LouisLovesLouis
9 years ago
Dr Perricone Prescription Diet ~ When I Tried The Dr Perricone 3 Day Diet

I can't say it was a miracle, but the Dr Perricone Prescription 3 Day Diet works. Seriously it works. Here's the summary of what you need to do to start looking young again. I don't know how old Dr Nicholas Perricone is, but his face looks flawless on...

Lifestyle
by Yindee
6 years ago
Chocolate Paired With Wine for More Potent Polyphenols

Join us for chocolate and wine pairing. Bacchus is the God of wine and Cacao or chocolate is the food of the Gods. For us mere mortals combining chocolate and wine doubles up as a delicious duo of medicines. Let the food and drink of the Gods become your medicine!

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