Podcasts are also a keen interest of mine. Some of my favorites that I recommend to everyone are Mike Duncan Revolutions, Robin Pierson History of Byzantium, Astonishing Legends, Lore, and This American Life. I also thought much about creating a podcast with a friend of mine based the sorts of topics covered in this blog, which could become a reality someday if there sufficient enough interest in such topics..
As for my blogging, never before have I gone a full calendar month without a single post. As has been my habit of late, I will probably post a few retrospective posts in the next week or two to highlight some of the more memorable happenings of the month of August and early September. I will mark these titles with an asterisk on behalf of the diligent and thorough reader..
The Blessings of LibertyI suppose Gouverneur Morris might have written, “And to promote these blessings of liberty.” It seems to be the aforementioned list to which he refers. We the People promote the blessings of liberty. We don’t simply let whatever happens, happen.
Zambia’s Eastern province,local women are turning snare traps into jewelry. Snare traps are among the cruelest tools poachers use to entrap and kill animals. But combined with lapis lazuli, turquoise, tiger’s eye, agate stones, and freshwater pearls, the wire used in these traps has become stunning jewelry with a global market.
When soluble fibers mix with water, however, they form a kind of gel or paste in the digestive tract that slows down the process of digestion. Soluble fibers are found in oat bran, fruit and some nuts. Both kinds of fiber are considered important to a healthy diet..
TERROR IN AUSTRALIA?: Police in Melbourne, Australia, say they have arrested the driver and one other person after a white SUV plowed into a crowd of pedestrians, injuring at least 14 people . Police said at a news conference that they believe it was “a deliberate act,” but that they do not know the motivation behind the attack. After the white Suzuki SUV crashed into a bollard, a steel safety post meant to insure pedestrian safety, police wrestled down and cuffed the driver.
Have you ever heard of anyone overdosing on pot? Famous or not. And look at the medical aspect of it all and try and help the sick. I said my peace. Get daily updates directly to your inbox+ SubscribeSee our privacy noticeThank you for subscribing!Liam Rosney was asked by Sgt Steve Richards at the scene of the collision in Connah’s Quay who was to blame for the death of Carol Boardman after the white Mitsubishi Warrior he was driving ran her over on July 16, 2016.Mold Crown Court heard he told the officer: “Nobody. If anything she shouldn’t have been there. It was an accident.”The Daily Post reports that Mrs Boardman was out for a bike ride, but fell off her bicycle at a mini roundabout on the B5126 Mold Road at the junction with Ffordd Llanarth, just seconds before she was hit by Rosney’s pick up.(Image: Julian Hamilton, Daily Mirror)The 75 year old retired cook, of Clydesdale Road in Hoylake on the Wirral, was rushed to the Countess of Chester Hospital but died of multiple injuries in the early hours of the following morning.During the interview with Sgt Richards in a nearby police car, Rosney said he remembered “going over something” and stopped his vehicle.