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Recycled paper can be reconstituted into new paper that can be put to good use all over again. Old paper, that has already been used for packaging, printing and even for wall papering can be used once more and given a new lease of life. The best paper to use for recycling is 100 per cent consumer recycled paper that has been used just once before, perhaps as writing paper or other forms of stationery as it is usually of the highest quality. So-called consumer recycled paper is made from scraps that can no longer be used for the intended purposes and is ideal for repurposing into new forms of... Read More

AN ORCA WHALE'S DREAM TO BECOME A COMMERCIAL PILOT. RIGINAL.

Okay, there's no SEX, violence, risky fish-finger argumental self- seeking 'suck up' "to my 'one' loyal reader" in this fishy tail. He has left the building. Along with Avarice...umm, Elvis. Arguably one of THE greatest singers ever.No Teledus scrabbling amiable shit in this post imploring people to "visit me on my site" because i don't have a 'site.' Sight unseen who bloody cares? I don't go out of my way to swear or sexually demean animal persons place or thingys. At least i'm not noun for it. If you do in fact possess de-mean... Read More

The debateI'll get right to it: The scholars who doubt your intelligence and reading skills are narrow dimwits. And, you have every right to tell them to attend to their own reading abilities. You are able to read critically in the form they desire, as well as reading in diverse ways.A faction of scholars have created a Brain Trust under the helm of Nicholas Carr, who escalated the debate with his 2008 article "Is Google Making Us Stupid?" in the Atlantic, which I have debated handley. Carr stated that digital media "supply the stuff of thought, but they also shape the process of thought. And... Read More

This is the third article in my series of “Celebrating America’s Freedom.” I found some interesting facts on just4kidsmagazine.com that I thought would be fascinating to share with you. So, without further ado, here we go….

The Declaration of Independence is a document written by our Founding Fathers declaring America's independence. A committee of five men, Thomas Jefferson, John Adams, Benjamin Franklin, Roger Sherman, and Robert R. Livingston were appointed to write the document. The first draft of the Declaration was written by Jefferson, in seclusion. He spent several days... Read More

According to popular legend, the first American flag was made by Betsy Ross, a Philadelphia seamstress who was acquainted with George Washington, leader of the Continental Army, and other influential Philadelphians. In May 1776, so the story goes, General Washington and two representatives from the Continental Congress visited Ross at her upholstery shop and showed her a rough design of the flag. Although Washington initially favored using a star with six points, Ross advocated for a five-pointed star, which could be cut with just one quick snip of the scissors, and the gentlemen were... Read More

Independence Day is one of my favorite times of the year. The picnics, barbeques, fireworks, parades and spending time with family and friends make it a day of great fun. In remembrance of our freedom, I decided that for the next few blogs leading up to July 4th, I will post some stories that give us a historical background as to how some things in America came to pass. Today's story: The Birth of the Fourth of July.

Independence Day also known as 4th of July is the birthday of the United States of America. It is celebrated on July 4th each year in the United States. It is the anniversary... Read More

Famous last words of a boy who is headed out to play in the mud with his ol' man. We both knew before we left the shop to head down to the creek that there was a 100% chance that we would soon be wet and muddy. But, let's back up just a bit. This past Sunday I had plans with my son to go ATV riding down at the creek. We have been putting it off because where we like to go has been under water for the last few weeks. When we went to go look we were pleased because it appeared to as if the water had began to run off. So, we thought it was okay to go riding. For the most part most, the areas... Read More

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The Resilience Reflex Transform Barriers into Opportunities

There is a book tour on her site. http://zaheennanji.com/book/booktourzaheennanjiresilience.html

The Writer's Ego

Shaun you're probably nearer the mark than most. "mmm...right right" spoken with contemplative "yawn" inflection when you join a writers' group or dare blurt out in front of established writers (any writers) you tend to scribble, usually sending all...

The Writer's Ego

Very interesting train of thoughts, but I found myself asking, what about those that write under a ghost name...is it to keep their privacy, or perhaps lack of ego...I actually can see both sides, especially when you are talking about writing fiction....


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