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Diana Sprain
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I'll have mine with cream: The origina of tea
I always start my day with a refreshing cuppa. For those
of you non-British folks, that means a cup of tea. Now, I am an old-fashioned
English gal and I prefer my black tea hot, with milk (cream) – no sugar. My
mother didn’t let me have tea until I was a te...
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Marleau's Marvelous Milepost and other hockey news
Patrick Marleau scored a huge goal in the San Jose Sharks' game against the Vancouver Canucks last night. The 37 year old Center activated the red lamp for #500 (19 for the season to date) in the first period. Ever so humble, Patrick credited his teammates ...
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CALEXIT: a reality or a pipedream?
The loony liberals in California are at it again. A group of way-out
there folks has actually filed a petition to put a measure on the 2018
ballot to start the process to have California succeed from the Union.
Part of the group's process will be an appe...
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The #IAM911 movement
You may have heard of it on on the the social media sites - or not. "In the Trenches" on Facebook, '#IAM911" on Twitter, or The Jabberlog web blog was started by a former dispatcher in support of 911 dispatchers. Why? This year the Federal OMB Division was ...
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Houses of the Lord: Monasteries in England
In the year 300, an Egyptian called Antony decided to
lead a life of prayer. He said goodbye to the village and his family and became
a hermit. He was considered a monk by those who knew him. Others soon followed
his example, swearing celibacy and devotion ...
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