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Taroko Gorge
Taroko Gorge Hot Springs

Denni Schnapp in Taiwan
I had planned to spend a few days hiking in the area apparently starting with immediate effect.
Sojourn in Sopron
An Austro-Hungarian Border Town with Bite! John M. Edwards

During a week-long road trip from Budapest to Salzburg, I convinced my friend to make a stopover in one of my favorite foreign finds: Sopron
My Peck of Gold
Michael Chacko Daniels

There’s a memorial plaque on Market Street that I pay no heed when I wait for San Francisco’s California Street cable car

Surfin’ Safari in the UK
Peter A. Carrigan

I would’ve once thought a British surfing safari was a world of wrong, a contradiction in terms.

Stimulus Bill 2021
The Politics of Money
James Campion 3.06.21
The $1.9 Trillion Stimulus Bill
– A Perspective

People are still hurting. Businesses, even if opened in states like Texas and Florida, have already endured heartache and will be courting wary customers whose trust in politicians is shaken. Can you blame them?
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The Importance of Having a Dedicated Writing Space
Indiana Lee
From creativity to avoiding distractions, personalization to intense focus, there are many reasons to dedicate a specific environment to your writing.

The Quiet Man
Noise that Follows A Quiet Man
James Morford

Years ago on television I saw the John Ford directed film, “The Quiet Man.” The film’s best scene is the fist fight between John Wayne and Victor Mclaglen.
Knowledge Overload? - Learn to Filter - Sara Troy 3.1.21
There is so much information out there, that it is hard to know what we should hear and what to dismiss.
The Basilica is a Step into History
Alexandra Kenkelen

Florence: the city of the Medici, of Renaissance excellence, of epic history. 

REVIEWS Film & Books
Crystal Ball
Linn Li

"If you could forsee your fate, will you still like to continue it?"
The Hitcher of '46   
Martin Green

It was 1946. He was 17, a high school senior. He’d been let off on the main street of a small Midwestern town. It was mid-afternoon. He hadn’t eaten since the morning. 
The Guru will see you now

Sam Hawksmoor

The patient sat upright on the chair; bare feet planted squarely on the floor as instructed.  He was dressed in a pale blue hospital gown and seemed nervous. 

This is how thr world ends
This Is How They Tell Me the World Ends by Nicole Perlroth.

Charlie Dickinson review
Bloomsbury Publishing, New York,
Pub: 2.19. 2021.
Cyberwar- a chilling vison of our very near future

Great fleas have little fleas upon their backs to bite 'em and little fleas have lesser fleas ...ad infinitum - Augustus de Morgan
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