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Jo Dunaway
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Research Data Collector, Freelance Writer, Media Consulting
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Here are some lovely, lovely harbingers of spring in the Netherlands...

https://www.houzz.com/ideabooks/84114508

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I DIDN'T BUT NOW I WISH I HAD...
You don't hear those words all that often from Democrats, whether they be Hillary or Bernie supporters. You don't hear it that often from many libertarians, either. You don't even hear it from many Republicans, though fewer of them voted for the opposition in the general election. But the last 100 days has stupefied and surprised many Americans. Here and there, you are now hearing that phrase "I didn't, but now I wish I had" Give this guy a listen. He's one of those whose eyes were opened during the last 100 days. Listen and hear why he changed his mind.

https://youtu.be/Hi_pVDdE9JU

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Alone time.......

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When I was 5 years old, this building which had originally been built as an opera house but later became the Cincinnati Public Library was demolished. However, though it has been replaced, the old one held all the charm of a book lover's paradise...Here's a collection of photos of its layout in "the good old days"...

https://www.buzzfeed.com/briangalindo/15-gorgeous-photos-of-the-old-cincinnati-library

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If you've ever wanted to know more about the Cold War, there is a museum in Washington, DC that can bring you up to date from the 1940s onward. Their website includes information, essays, trivia games that you can't progress in without giving right answers, and many, many photos. If you can't enjoy the museum in person, this is the next best thing.

http://www.coldwar.org/

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It's worse than I thought. We must get back to teaching children "how to think", not "what to think". Mental laziness is too tempting otherwise. Mandatory critical thinking subjects must be reintroduced and far more history, so that people can learn from others' mistakes.


http://www.intellectualtakeout.org/blog/new-reuters-poll-proves-many-americans-cant-think-themselves
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