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Darla Sue Dollman
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Helicopters fly by the same aerodynamic principles as any other aircraft, and the basic principles are really not all that complicated.
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A newly developed technology will allow for male chicks to be identified while still in the egg. This will allow removal of the eggs before they hatch and will end the need for industries to grind the newly hatched males, thus terminating this heartless act. Male chicks are not even considered ‘commercially viable’ for the...Read More
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We the people ought to dismantle the BLM. It's time to shut down this criminal enterprise and transfer these lands to the states.
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Some modern critics disparage fairy tales for their depiction of women. But, the truth is that fairy tales are complex with much to offer women of any age.
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Einstein famously disliked Quantum Mechanics, which explains the behavior of very small objects. What makes tiny particles different from everything else?
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On January 22-24, a good part of the eastern US was pummeled by a nor'easter with roots deep in the Pacific Ocean. What made this storm so strong? And is it just another storm -- or a hint of things to come?
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December 2015, and the full year, were the hottest in tens of thousands of years. Decoded Science breaks down NOAA's latest report on global temperatures.
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After a 30 year wait, the sequel to Star Wars: The Return of the Jedi fails to live up to the hype.
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The Divine Feminine in Fairy Tales
Some modern critics disparage fairy tales for their depiction of women. But, the truth is that fairy tales are complex with much to offer women of any age.
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Gail Russell: Her Life, Films, and Tragic Death
Gail Russell, a dazzling beauty who starred in Angel and the Badman and The Uninvited, destroyed her life and career with alcohol.
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Journalist, Editor, Freelance Writer, Teacher, Blogger
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  • http://supernatural-television.com/
    blogger, 2013 - present
  • http://compassionkindnessandlove.blogspot.com/
    blogger, 2012 - present
  • http://alfredhitchcockeverythingalfred.blogspot.com/
    blogger, 2013 - present
  • http://classictelevisionshows.blogspot.com/
    blogger, 2009 - present
  • http://www.wildwestweather.com/
    writer, 2011 - present
  • http://darlasbookreviews.blogspot.com/
    blogger, 2011 - present
  • http://classicfilmsandactors.blogspot.com/
    blogger, 2009 - present
  • http://wildwesthistory.blogspot.com/
    blogger, 2008 - present
  • http://blessedlittlecreatures.blogspot.com/
    blogger, 2007 - present
  • History's Women: The Unsung Heroines
    Contributor, 1979 - present
  • Dezert Magazine
    Contributing Author, 2009 - present
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Colorado, New Mexico, Texas,
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Darla Sue Dollman is a freelance writer with thirty six years combined experience as a journalist and editor. Her nonfiction articles and fictional short stories are available online and in print. She has photos on the Smithsonian website, and articles in History Magazine and Dezert Magazine, as well as the Decoded websites and her ten blogs. She enjoys reading and writing about history and exploring the American Southwest and photographing wildlife, her pets, and her grandchildren. She can be contacted at theemailformyblogs@yahoo.com

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First writing award was from Denver Womens' Press Club Unknown Writers Contest when I was 18 years old.
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  • Colorado State University
    BA, MFA English, 1985 - 1993
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Origins, Science, and Directions of Quantum Computing
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My dog died because of the response from this clinic. I started calling late in the evening on a Friday night to tell them he was vomiting white foam, drooling (which he never did), he vomited his dinner and was suddenly acting listless. His stomach was quivering and he was hot and trying to get outside to lie on his stomach on the damp grass, which was also out of character. I told them he was fine earlier when I arrived home and started showing symptoms about four hours later. I told them someone poured a toxin on my garden when I first moved in to my house and when I came home that night my neighbors, who were drinking, shouted "How's your dog?" and started barking at me. I told my granddaughter they were calling me a dog--I had no idea what they were talking about. I told them I was being harassed by my neighbors and there was a great chance my dog was poisoned and when I typed his symptoms into Google it showed poison as number one each time The vet techs who answered my calls throughout the night would not listen. I also told them my cat was on thyroid meds. They told me the dog most likely ate the cat food and "He just has a tummy ache, Honey. He'll be fine in the morning. We all like to think of our pets as family." Please--I am a grandmother! Honey? I begged them hour after hour to call the vet or at least allow me to bring my dog in for an exam and they repeatedly refused. At 4:02 a.m. they told me the vet was in the building (apparently they didn't want to wake her up) and I could bring her in if I wanted, but she would most likely send me home and toll me he'd be fine in the morning and it would be a waste of time and money. I even asked if I should give him activated charcoal or something at home and was told there was nothing at home I could give him to help him, that I just had to wait until morning and he would be fine. I KNEW they were wrong! He was in danger and I didn't know where else to go! My granddaughter and I tried to drag Buddy, (he was a 100 pound service dog) who was now unconscious, to the door. He sighed and his sister and friends ran to his side, then he died in my arms on my floor. When I first called the vet accused me of lying. She claimed I only called twice and that her staff would never turn anyone away, then she tried to make me feel responsible, claiming if I had brought him in when he was first sick they could have done x-rays to see what was wrong. I hung up on her, checked my phone and called back to give her the exact times of every time I called that night begging them to help me with my dog. She did an ultrasound on his body and claimed it showed symptoms of cancer. I paid $1000 to have tests done at another clinic six months earlier because his sister has cancer and HIS tests came back clean. I called my former vet and she told me his symptoms sounded like a poisoning, but unless we had evidence of what poisoned him it would be impossible to tell. He was playing like a puppy when I came home that night. I called for my regular vet the next day and told them one of my other animals was showing similar symptoms and they told me they would call around and find a clinic that had time to see the dog--I PAID for insurance to go to this clinic! Think carefully before taking your pets to this clinic. If it is a regular check-up, they are fantastic. If it's an emergency, they will not help you. My dog was a service dog. I am helpless without him. To everyone involved in what happened that night--the shame is all yours.
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