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What You Didn't Know About Memorial Day

Fun facts about the holiday. Do you know this?

Memorial Day became the official title in the 1880s, the holiday wouldn’t legally become Memorial Day until 1967. 111 fler ord


How We've Become Casualties of Financialization

I’m proud of my bachelor’s degree. It came from one of the truly great colleges this world has to offer, regardless of size and study. With its credentials in business academia, … 1 994 fler ord


What Would Your Name Be If You Were Born Today?

Time magazine released a new ”quiz” of sorts that let’s you know what your name would be if you were born today.

Here’s how it works: It looks up the popularity of your name from the year you were born, then shows you what name is currently ranked in that spot today. 67 fler ord


Factoids Of The Day: 5.24.2016

From The Economist, May 21st-27th, 2016

”The Grim Prospect”

”In America some 40m people are prescribed antibiotics for respiratory problems every year. In 2013 a paper published in the Journal of Antimicrobial Chemotherapy estimated that two-thirds of those people may well not have needed the antibiotics they got.” 56 fler ord


"Punctuation, is? fun!"*...

The average tweet is not an especially remarkable thing. It can contain letters (and almost always does), marks of punctuation (perhaps more of an acquired taste in this context), and pictures (mostly of cats and/or the photographer themselves).

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The Darkness of Porn...the Light of the Gospel

I just read a piece by Denny Burk and it is about pornography consumption in the USA and it is not pretty.  He covered a recent disturbing article in Time magazine on the consumption of pornography in America. 1 335 fler ord

Pop Culture

James Nachtwey Receives Top Spanish Honor

James Nachtwey, one of the world’s most renowned conflict and humanitarian photographers, has been awarded Spain’s prestigious Princess of Asturias Award for Communication and Humanities. He has been a contract photographer with TIME for 32 years. 363 fler ord