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Saturday August 23, 2014

Educational Stories

  • Little miss beauty pageant rambling. There is a point if you wanna read.

    Wednesday, September 12, 2012 | An Educational story

    (I promise there is a point to this rambling. So read please.)Little miss beauty pageants are just getting carried away, I mean really? Teaching your child to smoke, To be a prostitute? To be what ever along those lines, Is just yet another form of parental abuse! Its just getting out of control, Its getting to be completely bull shit. They need to ban it.... Or make tougher rules. Why teach 4 ye...

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  • Required reading

    Sunday, October 7, 2012 | An Educational story

    My H typed this up for someone and he did it so nicely I decided to save it here so I can copy/paste, when i recommend these books, as I so frequently do.  I labeled it required reading because that is what I believe it to be.
    How To Help Your Spouse Heal From Your Affair: A Compact Manual For The Unfaithful by Linda MacDonald 
    (A must read for the CS) 
    Not Just Friends by Shirley ...

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  • Find Your Inner Neanderthal Published by ScottH under Ancestry 
    SEVEN million years ago ALL OF US were chimpanzees.  Humans and Neanderthals share a common ancestor with chimpanzees — our next closest mammalian relative — that goes back between five and seven million years.
    Neanderthals had bigger brains and muscles, but for some reason Neanderthals —thick boned ...

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  •  the book by William S. Burroughs, see Tornado Alley (book).
    A diagram of tornado alley's rough location (red), and its contributing weather systems
    Tornado Alley is the area of the United States where tornadoes are most frequent.    Although an official location is not "defined,"
    the areas in between the Rocky Mountains and Appalachian Mountains are the areas usually as...

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  • Couples celebrate the "Qixi" festival in China on Tuesday, August 13, the Chinese equivalent of Valentine's Day (actually our valentine's day is the equivalent of their qixi, since their's is 2600 years old and our's is 400 years old), millions of high end professional women face stark choices as ideas about matrimonial hierarchy run up against social changes sweeping Chi...

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  • It is important to note that the colonization of Europe did not occur in discrete migrations, as might appear to be suggested.    The settlement process was complex and in waves from the east and to have been subsequently obscured by millennia [thousands of years] of recurrent gene flow.
    Palaeolithic Era Further information: Paleolithic Europe
    The suggested routes o...

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  • New: Looking for Suggestions

    Sunday, March 30, 2014 | An Educational story

    Hello, I am new to this group. My name is Lisa.  Not only am I looking for friends to aid in support as I begin yet another new diet, I am also looking for suggestions.  I am very overweight (obese) but I have lost weight many times in the past, luckily, I have great muscle tone and once I made the decision to tone up, working out with weights does wonders for me, quickly!!  So, no...

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  • 6.2 percent
    Workers pay 6.2 percent of their earnings into the Social Security system, and employers pay a matching 6.2 percent. Self-employed workers contribute 12.4 percent of their pay to the Social Security Trust Fund.
    $117,000
    This is the income cap for Social Security taxes in 2014. Workers do not pay Social Security taxes on earnings that exceed $117,000 and will notice a bump in their pay...

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  • SKILLS YOU SHOULD ALREADY HAVE BEFORE YOU START KINDERGARTEN

    Friday, July 18, 2014 | An Educational story

    Help kids understand the feelings of others," says Hughes. "I want them to know when a friend is sad by looking at her face and seeing that her mouth is frowning or her eyes are crying."
    This nurtures compassion and empathy, values that are prized
    by kindergarten teachers.
    Strong Fine-Motor Skills
    Your child's hands must be strong enough to master coloring, cutting, pasting, and holding a penc...

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  • CANNIBIS OIL cures cancer and seizures. Carmen CBD Oils//

    Thursday, July 31, 2014 | An Educational story

    A Florida single mother of four announced this week that she believes a strain of cannabis has saved the life of her youngest child, 19-month-old Nettie, after doctors said that no more could be done to keep her alive. “Nettie was going to die,” Rachael Garner told Yahoo Health about her daughter. “I feel 100 percent sure it has saved her life.”
    Nettie — who was born with cerebral palsy...

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