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Different Eyes and Blurry Lines

Did you watch the Golden Globe Awards ceremony recently? Perhaps you don’t watch award shows, I get it. I have definitely stopped watching most, but I do enjoy the performing arts and happened to turn on the TV for about 30 minutes that night. 763 woorden meer

Frosty first foray

The last time I threw a leg over Lapierre was 57 days ago. That’s 1,368 hours off the bike. Too many.

When circumstances presented an opportunity today, it was time to end that slothful streak. 370 woorden meer

A Professional Journalist, Writer, Blogger: Getting To Know Sir Romanus Ngobesing

I call him Sir Romanus out of respect and much regards. Since we connected in this space, he’s been a voice of encouragement and support. He uses his blog actively as a platform to inspire and promote others and his openness is just heartwarming. 1.728 woorden meer

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"A nation of sheep will beget a government of wolves.”

“A nation of sheep will beget a government of wolves.”

― Edward R. Murrow, journalist, Quotes for Now

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Hossein Fatemi, Iranian Foreign Minister (1919-1954)

A true patriot, Hossein Fatemi’s devotion to the cause of independence and democracy in Iran was paid in blood. He was undoubtedly the most vital member of Mossadegh’s nationalist government, and remains Iran’s youngest Foreign Minister ever. 12 woorden meer

Artist and Their Capacity: Jean-Michel Basquiat and Warhol and Dali

Jean-Michel Basquiat was a groundbreaking artist. His artwork has established a generation full of repeated trends that he adapted into society. His work was distinctively different from others, and not to discredit any of the old-time artists. 208 woorden meer

Jogger gives literal answer to reporter's question

A Melbourne woman gave a memorable response to a reporter’s question on Wednesday when interrupted on her morning run.

Erica O’Donnell was jogging in a Melbourne park when Seven Network’s reporter Michael Scanlan attempted to ask her a question about exercise practices. 64 woorden meer

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