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THE INTERNAL RHYME Shame GAME Claim

Robin Brown

Good Evening, ladies and gentlemen and welcome to the "LYRICAL CHANNEL 24-7-365" ... coming to you live with style... and a smile... all the while... spittin' prime time Internal Rhyme... pretty much all the time... just to redirect... that disrespect... and shame that we tend to blame... the rap and rhyme game for(4)... 3... 2... 1... Spit it, slam it... rap it ‘til...
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Mustard Pickles - vintage recipe from Quebec Canada

Jessie Eldora

LUCY'S MUSTARD PICKLES – Quebec recipe – Dutch Pickles 2 cups peeled cucumbers, cut to size 3 small red pepper, some green, chop small bits 2 cups, chopped onions /or silver skin onions 1 small cauliflower, break into florets 2 cups diced celery 4 c. green beans, cut, in bits (when cut in thirds, beans tend to be crunchy). Optional: 2 c sliced green tomatoes and/or 1.

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How to Make All Kinds of Healthy Vegetable Chips

Arlene Wright-Correll

How to Make All Kinds of Healthy Vegetable Chips© By Arlene Wright-Correll First off let’s talk about potato chips and what you can use to make them. You can use just about anything including string beans. You need a one or two potatoes to serve four people as a side. (When using radishes, squash, sweet potatoes, zucchini, Kale or baby spinach, just figure out how much you will need per...

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A Strange Age

Sara O'Rourke

To write it takes an idea, usually bright and full of conviction at the time, or at least the scent of your getting closer to something enlightening, which you find as you unravel its disguise as you tap at your keyboard. I used to be full of ideas, full of 'first-time' feelings and concerns that felt too important not to document. It is only now, perhaps, slowly accepting that I will soon be approaching 'middle-age',...

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Welcome to Your Delusional Democracy

Joel Hirschhorn

For some years I have used the term “delusional democracy” to describe the condition of the US. It seemed obvious to me that the vast majority of Americans have deliberately chosen to fool themselves. They have been brainwashed to believe what no longer is true. Become convinced that you do not live in a true and terrific democracy, or that your democracy is the best in the world. I stopped believing this myth many...

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Her Metaphoric Fairytale

Ella Camp

Maybe if she had been prettier, smarter or better armed with life's wisdom, perhaps she wouldn't have allowed him to cast that dark pall over her dreams of love- a darkness in which she stumbled down into a valley of thorns- thorns that pierced her heart of desire. How could she have gotten caught up in the snags of wild promises of romance and devotion? The only excuse she could offer seemed weak and feeble. She...

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A Hot Tongue Can Lead To A Cold Heart

Susan Thom

There are many reasons one may spew out words of hurtful anger, but so many times, the situation can change, if we help it along. When we stub our toe or fall outside, or had a bad day, we are prone to let our voices get out of hand and our words mimic the devil in disguise. If we have kids, there is always something to do or cleanup. Do we really want them growing up blaming everything that angers them or changes their mood? A good.

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"The Pig and Potato War" between the U.S. and Great Britain

Jack H. Schick

Lyman Cutlar took advantage of the Donation Land Claim Act * and got his property on San Juan Island in the strait between Vancouver Island and the North American mainland for free. Cutlar established a small farm and, taking advantage of the optimal climate and soil, planted a rather large potato patch. Things were going pretty well for him until June 15, 1859. When he looked out his window he saw a large, black pig rooting up his...

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Paradise Lost........And Found - Life Cycles and Muhammad Ali

Neil Killion

ALI DEFEATS LISTON FOR THE TITLE IN 1962 The whole world knows about the recent death of boxing legend Muhammad Ali and there will be many tributes and obituaries, but since I alone can provide a unique insight into two of his most important years in career terms, this will make it different. What, however, is more remarkable is that these two key years in Life Cycles Theory are the same for everyone. You see I advocate a...

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All Lives Are Sacred Under The Eyes Of The Great Spirit

Jim Fargiano

Jim Fargiano July 8, 2016 When the worst of human behavior is exhibited, it is the perfect time for you to redouble your own efforts to exhibit the innate love and bond you have with God and the angels who want to make life safe. This is something that clearly does not, nor should ever be thought of in terms of who is what skin color, what ethnicity and so forth. All lives are sacred under the eyes of the Great Spirit, as they...

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Life Is Like A Millionaire

Hilda Cang

"MONEY often costs so much." - Ralph Waldo Emerson. In order to provide a better family life for his wife after their second baby was born, James decided to work harder and smarter so that they could live a happier life. His personal theory and belief is that money is a factor of creating happiness in a sense that no one could disagree with, by all means. Likewise if a man is unable to take care of his family then he would.

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Wake Up Everybody, Again, or Still

Steve Kovacs

Memory lane. 1975. 'Harold Melvin & the Blue Notes' featuring Teddy Pendergrass were on top of the soul music charts with several songs, including ‘Wake Up Everybody’. That song was, and to this day, is one of my favorites. It’s about how bad the times were back in the 1970’s and specified loads of problems going on back in-the-day like: cheating businessman, poverty, false preachers, dope users and..

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