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Bird flue is back!  Over 100,000 chickens have been slaughtered in Japan to try to stop the spread.  Supposedly this latest strain started in South Korea.
 
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"Virologist Robert Webster, the world's leading expert on bird flu, said: "Nature has already shown us that there is a virus out there that kills most of the people it infects.

"We ignore it at our peril.

"What people don't appreciate is that H5N1 has already been the cause of a chicken apocalypse.

"Once it learns to go human to human there'll be no stopping the damn thing.""
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Thank you for the info, +Jo Dunaway .
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William F. Buckley's younger brother Reid has passed as of Monday.  The notice is published by National Review's publisher, Jack Fowler.  Also a writer and debater, Reid was an advocate for moral courage as well as physical courage and this is an attribute that underlies true bravery.
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I guess I never thought of this before that I can remember.  They do have to learn how to use their trunks.  Be ready for laughs!
 
Sheer awesomeness! 17 Baby Elephants Learning How To Use Their Trunks http://buff.ly/1hAmRHy
"What the heck is this thing on my face??"
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Bwahaha! Had to look at them again, and yes, that's awesome. I love how his eyes bug out :-D 
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Dogs have a protective instinct for the youngest in a family.  That dog was saying, "Don't make me bite your A@* or make this arm into swiss cheese!"
 
Dog protecting a child.
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As my American roots include 2 Native American tribes, I've learned history and heard many of the stories of Indian traditions.  Knowing that many of the Indian tribes probably arrived on this continent from the Straits above Alaska that used to be tied to Siberia and Mongolia, I always surmised that the eagle legends of many tribes originated from the Eagle Hunters of Siberia and Mongolia and Kazakhistan.  National Geographic did a great pictorial article on them back in the 1980's and I just now discovered this blog article covering how the youngsters start their eagle-hunting trainings at 12, 13 and 14.  The photos are ravishingly adventurous and inspiring.  Enjoy!
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Dakota, Creek and Mohegan. Tribes from the Midwest, South and East coast. I'm familiar with the other tribes from those regions and not one can I think of that used eagles for hunting, since it's true some stories are common variations among different tribes.

I don't think it's true that the Cherokee hunted with eagles either, since they were originally an east coast tribe too. Google doesn't have any stories related to them and being hunters with eagles.

Someone probably told you something they made up themselves.
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The Editors at National Review weigh in on their take of how this Ukraine crisis should be played.  Would you agree?  If not, why not?  Should Putin's ambitions be curtailed here or in another of the former Soviet bloc nations?
The U.S. must defeat Putin’s revanchism.
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Yes, the Progressives of yore are the Democrats of today.  Most of them want to be called Progressives rather than Democrat, as they feel they are more liberal than the typical Democrat. Your analysis of the Imperialist ambitions of Middle Eastern countries and cultures is likewise, for the most part, correct.  I think they want to feel like they have all the trappings of democracy without the nonsense of people dictating to the leader, but the leader dictating to the people.  Their cabinet members are merely to keep people in line in different aspects of life under their jurisdiction.  Minorities, whether cultural, religious or political, do have more rights under true democracies or federations, thus freeing individuals from the solid collective.  All of that was to make what point, though, +Joe K ?
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An interesting article on musical sense and ability being passed through the genes.......................
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Watching blood moon live on NASA in between running outside for another snap at different stages......

http://www.ustream.tv/channel/nasa-msfc
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Wishing all of you who are celebrating the holiday around the world a happy & kosher Passover from Jerusalem.
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The green of Spring, renewal, have been reviving spirits through the ages.
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Jack Fowler - Fergus Reid Buckley, R.I.P.
www.nationalreview.com

Fergus Reid Buckley, the youngest brother of our founder, is best known to long-time readers as the face in the advertisement of the Buckley

Biome | Music of the genes
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One of the most famous musical dynasties is that of the Bachs, with seven generations of noted musicians. Is such musical prowess wired in o

Device exploded in bomber's face after he 'forgot about clocks changing'...
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Irish bomber blew himself up after device went off too soon 'because he forgot to put his watch forward'

Reviving A Memory | Peter Stone Brown
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Reviving A Memory. On October 2, 1965, I attended my fourth Bob Dylan concert at Symphony Hall, in Newark, NJ. It was a concert that's barel

How to Save the Internet
online.wsj.com

In The Wall Street Journal, Information Age columnist Gordon Crovitz writes that Congress can override the president's decision to hand over

Designs Worth Discovering: Rookwood Pottery Tile
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Rookwood pottery is part of my design psyche. I remember going to the Rookwood restaurant in Cincinnati when I was a little girl; we sat in

An Amazing Gospel Flash Mob Will Leave Your Jaw on the Floor. WOW.
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Can you imagine being a passerby who got to see THIS amazing flash mob? Wow! When they worship our Lord, they really know how to do it right

6 Coincidences You Won't Believe Actually Happened: Update
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Look, if you dig deep enough everything is an amazing coincidence. But even cynics like us have to admit these are downright freaky.

Victor Davis Hanson - California’s Two Droughts
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An affluent society didn’t bother to add to the inherited system of canals and reservoirs that made it thrive.

Wait Until You See What This Man Did with his Snow Shovel
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One man got a little creative with his snow shoveling. Wait until you see how his prank played o...

The Day of the Passive Patient is Over
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Healthcare is a team sport. And you – the patient – are the No. 1 draft pick. It’s your body, your health, your life. Why shouldn’t you have

Salinger Documentary by Shane Salerno, a Revealing Homerun
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Salinger Documentary by Shane Salerno, a Revealing Homerun - The Huffington Post

Pastafarian politician takes oath of office wearing colander on his head
www.nydailynews.com

A New York politician sported a spaghetti strainer as a head covering for his swearing-in ceremony to make a point about religious freedom.

Ripley’s Exoskeleton From Aliens Is Real And You Can Buy One
www.geekosystem.com

Panasonic loved Ripley's exoskeleton from Aliens so much that they've manufactured their own version - and are going to start mass-productio

Science Finally Able To Tell The Genetic Difference Between Identical Twins
www.geekosystem.com

Scientists at Eurofins have finally discovered a way to tell identical twins apart genetically.

Disturbing Video: Customers Step Over Dying Man
foxnewsinsider.com

Disturbing surveillance video shows convenience store customers stepping over a man who had just been gunned down rather than helping him.

War From Above: Domestic Drones Patrolling the Skies of America
www.globalresearch.ca

The police hope to have drones able to fire “non-lethal weapons” at people they deem to be involved in criminal activity. Non-lethal weapons

Half of Britons 'now using tablets' | The Bookseller
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Book Publishing Industry News. Regular news updates from The Bookseller's news desk. The latest press reports about the publishing sector an