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By Chelsea Fagan Hey. Yeah, you, with the anxiety. I’d like to talk to you for a second, because I feel – between the all-consuming monster that is Introvert Culture, and the enabling, garbled pseu…
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RIO DE JANEIRO (AP) — It began in a rain-drenched 5,000-seat stadium on an island between Manhattan and Queens. Some Jamaican kid with the improbably awesome name of "Bolt" was in the Big Apple, not so much to announce…
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On a recent trip out west, I visited Grand Teton and Yellowstone National Parks, where I saw plenty of bison dotting the plains. Or were they buffalo? Is there a difference between the two?
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"The fact that people are alarmed about the masculinity of athletes like Semenya, but not the myriad other ways Olympians deviate from the norm, suggests that our anxieties about her might be rooted in something other than a love of fairness."

"It takes something special to become an Olympian, even if it’s an unusually gritty mindset."

http://www.theatlantic.com/health/archive/2016/08/caster-semenya-and-the-abnormal-olympic-body/496724/
Is the controversy over Olympian Caster Semenya, who has high hormone levels, really about fairness?
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Greenland got it's name for a reason...at some point in human history, it was green.
A little worrisome for sure.
 

Beautiful Blue Lakes Are Invading East Antarctica and That's Not Good 
Something strange is happening to one of the coldest places on Earth. Dazzling blue lakes are blooming like summer wildflowers atop the East Antarctic ice sheet’s Langhovde Glacier. And that’s got scientists worried—because they’ve seen these lakes before.
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Why US troops risked their lives in WWII to rescue horses kidnapped by Nazis http://nyp.st/2bMmpPS
“Get them. Make it fast.” In the chaotic last days of the Second World War, Gen. George Patton’s terse command set off a remarkable secret mission to save a group of priceless stallions and b…
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+PBS is airing a piece on Churchill on Sept 11, Called Churchill's Secret. I don't know much about Churchill...history books did not elaborate on him, but on our own president during WWII.
This is a decent article to prep me for the show.

#MasterpieceTheater  #PBS #Churchill  #ChurchillSecrets  
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The 6" rain gauge overfloweth. :/ And most of my driveway is out on the private road.

#Texas #TexasRains #WheresSRVWhenYouNeedHim #FloodingDownInTexas #NotAsBadAsLouisiana 
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The cost of that prob outweighs the cost of bringing in a load of rock once a yr or so. By much dollars.
Honestly, I need a tractor with a box blade. Then I could build it up, put the rock drains on either side of the drive-able portion and maintain it.
Rock runs about $250 or so for 12yds. That's doable.
I've got a commitment to myself of getting a small tractor for this and other uses once the 2 motorcycles are paid off. Prob in 24 months or so...I'm hoping.
If things stop breaking. New dryer being delivered Tuesday. Can't patch the old one any more..
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Scattered across the vast Limestone Massif, in the northwest of Syria, between the Orontes and Afrin Rivers to the west and the Aleppo/Hama highway to the east, are more than 700 abandoned settlements of Roman and Byzantium era dating back to the 5th and 8th centuries. These so called “Dead Cities” —a name given by some early European explorers— exist in a remarkable state of preservation. Largely intact are buildings and houses, hundreds of pagan temples, churches and Christian sanctuaries, funerary monuments, bathhouses, and more.

These villages or towns were once major agricultural producers of wheat, olives, olive oil, grapes and wine. Then the climate changed. Drought and increased temperature caused the land to become unproductive. At the same time, conquest by the Arabs changed trade routes and these villages lost the majority of the business. Eventually, the villages were abandoned and the settlers headed for other cities that were flourishing under the Arabs.
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A team of Peruvian archaeologists have found a collection of offerings from 3,800 years ago which confirm the power and importance of women in the Caral civilization, considered the oldest in the Americas. What were these artifacts, and how are they connected to the roles women held in the ancient culture?
#archaeology #discovery #peru
Peruvian legends speak of a lonely and hungry woman who unleashed her fury against the sun. The star was moved by her situation, and ‘fertilized’ her with its rays. Four days later, the wo
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I've had to add misc nuts (cashew, Brazilian, walnuts, almonds, etc) and possible 'fresh' salads to the list of foods I shouldn't eat.
While on the 21d meal plan, the colitis flared up about a week in and stayed/is still here. I dropped the Primal Fuel shakes thinking it was something in there. But continued with daily salads and the occasional snack of mixed nuts.
Colitis still hanging around...
Doing a little more digging around, I found that nuts and fibrous veggies can be hard on a not well gut. :/
So, salads are off the table as are miscellaneous nuts (friends/family excluded) for a while. And if they're added back, it'll be a rare treat.
Proves my theory that I'm really a carnivore. ;)
Once this flare up heals, I may try adding back sauteed spinach and other leafy greens. Till then, it'll have to be easier to digest, well cooked veggies.
‪#‎GiveMeMahSteaks‬
‪#‎Carnivore‬
‪#‎RealFoods‬
‪#‎BoneBroths‬

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Stomach problems? It might be Leaky Gut. Learn 3 common causes of Leaky Gut syndrome, and how you can begin the process of healing.
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Any time!!! Good luck!! :-)
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Just another person making their way through life the best they can.  I make all the mistakes and occasionally get things right as well.

I am from Louisiana but I dislike beans!!

I am a Paleo enthusiast!  Helping heal a variety of ailments.  It's also opening doors for better cooking and in general, just having more fun!

Most of what I post is info I want to pass along.  There are occasional updates on Blogger that you're welcome to view!

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