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Africa’s (Actually the World’s) Deadliest Animal Shows Compassion

Originally posted on cyrakitty:
If you were to ask a group of people what they thought Africa’s deadliest animal was – not including insects – you will probably get a diverse group of answers from reptiles like the Puff Adder,…

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The Shocking Masks Of War

Today’s (May 28) Mail Online has a fascinating article about a unique art program for soldiers suffering from PTSD. In the program, the troops devise masks to express the emotional trauma they are going through. Three of these, courtesy of … Continue reading

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New Post Up At Facets Of History

A Ship Debased: The Gleb Boky

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First, an apology to my friends…

as well as any casual readers who may be interested. It’s been ten months since my plan to juggle two blogs and since I’ve posted anything. Sometimes, however, life interferes with blogging (or, indeed, with anything we really want to … Continue reading

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An Announcement Concerning History Posts

When I first started this it was intended to just be something fun to do, blogging about all sorts of things that I am personally interested in.  Over the last year, however, it has become apparent to me that it … Continue reading

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A Birthday Post For A Very Dear Friend

Today, June 8, is the birthday of a very dear old friend of mine. Actually, she’s younger than me, so I never thought of her that way, at least not until Pope Gregory XIII came along with his bloody calendar and … Continue reading

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Versatile Blogger Award

I have been nominated for the Versatile Blogger Award by J. G. Burdette over at Map Of Time. Many thanks, J. G. Now for the hard part. As a recipient, I’m supposed to list seven things about myself. Here goes: … Continue reading

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