|Phantom Elephants, Rhino’s & Coca Cola:
The Elusive Wildness
“I never saw a wild thing feel sorry for itself” wrote D.H. Lawrence. Likewise, I met people who didn’t feel sorry for themselves yet suffered
The Man with Bullets in his Socks by Tom Coote
A man grabbed my arm, flashing his ID as he pulled me into an alley.
My Fabulous Expatriate Life
Oooooh, you're an expatriate. That must be so exciting!
Ski Chalet Winter
I couldn’t ski, I couldn’t bake, and I most certainly couldn’t cook- so when we were hired to run a chalet in the French Alps for the winter season, I was more than a tad apprehensive.
Shadows of Spread Wings
Michael Chacko Daniels
A Wait in Little Polk Glutch
Gender Equality & African Women
Respect and Rights cause division
Protecting Marine Resources in Asia by Jules Kay
The Asia Pacific is an important region for marine resources, home to over half of the world’s underwater species.
Is there anything more amusing than watching the decline of an empire? You can’t help but cheer for the Earth opening up and masonry crumbling into the abyss.
Spain Vacations as turmoil grows by James Skinner
A re-examination of Spain's situation in the world’s fight against the international financial crisis.
A Television Anniversary
The other night on television I saw results of Arabs killing Israelis and Israelis killing Arabs. I was surprised to learn I’d been watching this for over half a century now.
Lebron James Plays Basketball
By all accounts among many of the sporting, national and celebrity press, LeBron James is the most famous man on planet earth
Camping, Dinosaurs and Earplugs by James L Carey
I’ve been camping many, many times. Probably the going rate for a child of middle-class suburban Midwestern parents to whom the smell of burning wood is quite the novelty.
|Da Grin: Made Popular by Death
The first time to hear that a young man called Olaitan Olaonipekun, popularly known as Da Grin was living was when he died...
It's Nearly All Over
I’ll feel relieved when the current tournament ends. My sensibilities have been bleached white and tattered by the ongoing theater of human emotions
Keep it out of consciousness, if you can, the grey noise. Along with the jagged mutterings of strangers tugging at your sleeve
Safety in the Skies
In June 2007, I embarked upon a summer school entitled, “Aviation Psychology summer school” which was based at the University of Graz
Letter from Krakow
John M Edwards
I thought the pale sky above Wawel Castle looked a little sick. The factories pumping out smoke had turned the clouds the color of colostomy bags.
My Conversation with the LSAT
Section 1:Logical Reasoning
Time-35 minutes - 25 Questions