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  • Advice on Visiting Disney World

    13 October 2019

    Visiting A Disney World is like visiting a US hospital, you will be mercilessly fleeced. Methodically, deliberately, outrageously. Take it is not a joke anyone. It starts when you exit Orlando International Airport onto one of two toll freeways leading...

  • The Crucial Common words

    13 October 2019

    The Crucial Words in order to learn English Children need to learn just 100 words and 61 phonic skills to read the English language The English language looks highly irregular, but a significant part is regular, so can be learnt through core skills -...

  • Love, Patience, Charity and Freedom

    09 March 2017

    On the Ninth of March 1522 This was a time when Martin Luther started to put his emphasis on Love. This was one of his key ideas that welded our Modern West on patience. He also promoted the idea that any decent society should contain charity. This was...

  • The white Willow

    17 May 2018

    The White Willow. The White Willow is common along tiver banks in Britain. It is an erect, comparatively large tree, growing sixty to eighty feet high. The leaves are two to four inches long, very slightly toothed, and are narrow and pointed at the tips....

  • Camouflage

    16 May 2018

    Coats and Camouflage We wear jerseys and thick coats in cold weather, and light clothes in the Summer. For the same reason bears, arctic foxes and arctic hares, and musk oxen, which all live in a cold climate, grow thick woolly coats, and animals which...

  • The Crack Willow

    16 May 2018

    The Crack Willow The Crack Willow is one of the most common willows in Britain. It is frequently called 'Withy' by country people, but that name is also commonly applied to the Osier. Though the Crack Willow prefers damp situations, you may also find...

  • Anger spread by Facebook

    15 May 2018

    Anger is being spread by Facebook Creating Angry People. Farcebook on the Internet allows people to express their hatred towards everyone and everything and get away with it because it is still perceived as 'the virtual' world, which means it isn't 'real'....

  • Freedom For Privacy

    15 October 2019

    Governments always hate things they cannot control. They will always say they need the power to stop this or that although they are the biggest abusers of power. Encryption, the internet, social media challenges the power of the State and the State will...

  • A concern for the future.

    14 May 2018

    A concern for and commitment to promoting the well-being of future generations. To encompasses things like teaching, mentoring, activism, leadership, and other prosocial activities aimed at leaving a positive legacy of the self for future generations....

  • The felling of Holly Trees

    14 May 2018

    This was inspired by I Hate Lawyers @AlvinB1959 He told me about the felling of trees Specifically the felling of the Holly Trees The cutting timber way back in his youth. He remembered cutting down Holly Trees and that they had to be careful trimming...

  • Why is Facebook free?

    14 May 2018

    Do you know why Facebook is free? Because they track your exact location all hours of the day. They track every word you say in “private” messages. They track every website you visit when you’re not on Facebook, even the naughty ones. They also do this...

  • What makes Scotland Independent

    16 October 2019

    What Makes Scotland an independent country. Here's how Scotland measures upon the criteria that define an independent country or state. Space or Territory With Internationally Recognized Boundaries Boundary disputes are OK. Scotland does have internationally...

  • What Are Cliques?

    14 May 2018

    What Are Cliques? Cliques are groups of friends, but not all groups of friends are cliques. The thing that makes a group a clique is that they leave some kids out on purpose. Usually one or two popular children control who gets to be in the clique and...

  • You have lost your name: Nelly Sachs

    14 May 2018

    You’ve lost your name but the world rushes up and offers you a grand choice You shake your head yet your beloved once found you the needle in the haystack Hark: he’s calling you now Dein Name ist dir verlorengegangen aber die Welt eilt herzu und bietet...

  • The Ilex

    13 May 2018

    The Ilex The Ilex is also known as the Holm Oak, or the evergreen Oak. Both these names are really better than Ilex, because Ilex is the scientific name for the holly and this tree is an oak and not a holly. It was introduced into Britain from the Mediterranean...

  • The Giraffe.

    13 May 2018

    Necks and Names The very long neck of the giraffe is another example of the way in which animals evolve to suit their conditions of life. The giraffe feeds on leaves, so it has a long neck and long legs to reach the branches of tall trees. Right down...

  • The epidemic of dishonesty

    13 May 2018

    The epidemic of dishonesty This period that we are living will become known as the dishonest era. Politicians speak as though they are above the truth, and they act as though they are above the law toleration of dishonesty, so as a result we get criminality....

  • War, Famine and diseases are the normal for humanity.

    15 November 2020

    War, Famine and diseases are the normal for humanity. This is what humanity has always faced, most of us are lucky we have lived in a period of time which has been OK. We also live in a country that hasn't had to face anything horrific for many decades....

  • Norman houses 5

    20 April 2017

    Norman houses In the Norman house there was never enough hay for all the cattle in winter, so most of them were killed in the autumn. The meat was then put into barrels of salt water to save it from going bad. Everyone soon grew tired of eating salt meat...

  • Duolingo now crowdsourcing!

    02 March 2017

    . Crowdsourcing is now being adapted by lots of established firms. Duolingo are crowdsourcing so as to make computer conversations more realistic. Crowdsourcing is a way to achieve a business plan at a cheap layout. A wonderful way to exploit workers...

  • Krakow

    17 October 2019

    After all what is a book festival? Book fairs and festivals are community-centered events that bring books and authors and the publishing world to the reading public. Whether local, regional or niche-based, these literary events celebrate and showcase...

  • Soon is a Scottish Independence

    18 October 2019

    Yes, independence for Scotland now regardless of the fact or form of Brexit, and I think we should use the Referendum Act to get on with scheduling a referendum for this spring and summer with a vote in September 2020 and demand the transfer of the necessary...

  • Psychotic experiences from air pollution

    28 March 2019

    Psychotic experiences from air pollution No need to spend money on drugs just take a walk in the city or play in the park where cars are parked or just study in the school with cars idling outside. Dirty air 70% leads us all to a paranoia People living...

  • viewing Cherry Blossoms in Japan

    12 May 2018

    You can view cherry blossoms and cherry blossom trees all over Japan, including castles, temples, shrines and gardens. When in full bloom, the cherry blossom trees can look completely white from top to bottom. Sometimes the Japanese visit their sacred...

  • Edinburgh

    18 October 2019

    Edinburgh events as Krakow have an International Book Festival At the same time that the Krakow International Book Festival will soon start we hear from Edinburgh that they will also have another new winter event with Tom Fletcher, songwriter and lead...