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December 5, 2018 0

“The Lure of Falconry” and “Christmas in Colonial America” in Reliving History (Winter 2018)

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Reliving History Magazine Subscriptions Check out the Winter 2018 Issue of Reliving History magazine featuring my articles on falconry and Christmas in colonial America.  Click here to subscribe!  The historical record suggests that not only did falconry affect the development of language, but it also may have been a primary motivation for the English interest in exploring the Americas.   By...

November 30, 2018 0

And in Science News…

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Trump is skeptical of climate change report because of his 'high levels of intelligence'

November 22, 2018 0

Saints and Strangers: The First Thanksgiving

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"In those days, the English really needed to rely on us and, yes, they were polite as best they could be, but they regarded us as savages nonetheless."

November 2, 2018 0

Millennials Spot “Fake News” Better Than Baby Boomers

By celmoreblog

Young people should question their elders mainly because millennials are better able than older generations to distinguish facts from opinions.

October 31, 2018 0

The Refugee Caravan: Fearing Immigrants in the Age of Trump

By celmoreblog

Realistically, your chance of being killed by one of the law enforcement agents being sent to face the refugees is higher than the risk of being killed by a refugee.

October 30, 2018 1

It Is Time to Start Calling White Nationalism What It Is- Terrorism: AN UPDATE

By celmoreblog

The smartest thing to do is to detain all of the white nationalists and people associated with white nationalism, as well as people from regions with a high propensity for white nationalism immediately until we can establish a proper vetting...

October 29, 2018 0

Hope in the Heartland: Is Sharice Davids the Next Political Star?

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“Trump and the Republicans in Washington don’t give a damn about anyone like me or anyone that doesn’t think like them. That’s why I’m running for Congress.”

Music

December 14, 2018 0

“Praying for Time” by George Michael

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"It's hard to love, there's so much to hate. Hanging on to hope when there is no hope to speak...

December 13, 2018 0

“Going Nowhere” by Oasis

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"I wanna be a millionaire so can you take me there. Wanna be wild cos my life's so tame. Here...

December 12, 2018 0

“Runner’s High” by The Hold Steady

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"Man, I'm so sick of running. Someone must have said something."

Politics

November 4, 2018 0

Great Moments of the 21st Century: John McCain, November 4, 2008

By celmoreblog

John McCain was a leader of extraordinary character. This speech highlights some of the reasons why he should continue to...

November 2, 2018 0

Millennials Spot “Fake News” Better Than Baby Boomers

By celmoreblog

Young people should question their elders mainly because millennials are better able than older generations to distinguish facts from opinions.

October 31, 2018 0

The Refugee Caravan: Fearing Immigrants in the Age of Trump

By celmoreblog

Realistically, your chance of being killed by one of the law enforcement agents being sent to face the refugees is...

Humor

November 30, 2018 0

And in Science News…

By celmoreblog

Trump is skeptical of climate change report because of his 'high levels of intelligence'

November 22, 2018 0

Saints and Strangers: The First Thanksgiving

By celmoreblog

"In those days, the English really needed to rely on us and, yes, they were polite as best they could...

October 30, 2018 1

It Is Time to Start Calling White Nationalism What It Is- Terrorism: AN UPDATE

By celmoreblog

The smartest thing to do is to detain all of the white nationalists and people associated with white nationalism, as...

Sports

October 7, 2018 0

Feel Good Sports Story of the Day, Playoff Edition

By celmoreblog

That is a video of a Yankees fan throwing beer at a very sad A’s fan. That poor fan was...

October 3, 2018 0

Why Has the Ronaldo Rape Allegation Been Met with Such Tepid Coverage?

By celmoreblog

"Millions of people want to hear from Cristiano Ronaldo. Far fewer want to hear from Kathryn Mayorga."

August 21, 2018 0

Best Baseball Manager Ejection: Wally Backman Playing for Peanuts

By celmoreblog

Baseball manager Wally Backman gets thrown out of the game for defending his player in one of the most bizarre...

History

December 5, 2018 0

“The Lure of Falconry” and “Christmas in Colonial America” in Reliving History (Winter 2018)

By celmoreblog

Reliving History Magazine Subscriptions Check out the Winter 2018 Issue of Reliving History magazine featuring my articles on falconry and...

November 30, 2018 0

And in Science News…

By celmoreblog

Trump is skeptical of climate change report because of his 'high levels of intelligence'

November 22, 2018 0

Saints and Strangers: The First Thanksgiving

By celmoreblog

"In those days, the English really needed to rely on us and, yes, they were polite as best they could...

Culture

December 5, 2018 0

“The Lure of Falconry” and “Christmas in Colonial America” in Reliving History (Winter 2018)

By celmoreblog

Reliving History Magazine Subscriptions Check out the Winter 2018 Issue of Reliving History magazine featuring my articles on falconry and...

November 22, 2018 0

Saints and Strangers: The First Thanksgiving

By celmoreblog

"In those days, the English really needed to rely on us and, yes, they were polite as best they could...

October 26, 2018 0

HimToo Makes No Sense But Reveals So Much

By celmoreblog

Let’s hope we can find a way to stop lightning from striking people dead. But, I would much prefer that...

Global

October 3, 2018 0

Why Has the Ronaldo Rape Allegation Been Met with Such Tepid Coverage?

By celmoreblog

"Millions of people want to hear from Cristiano Ronaldo. Far fewer want to hear from Kathryn Mayorga."

September 30, 2018 0

Ronald Reagan on Free Trade

By celmoreblog

"The expansion of the international economy is not a foreign invasion; it is an American triumph."

September 17, 2018 0

America’s Global Image: Not Great, Again

By celmoreblog

Donald Trump is not making America great again. In fact, global respect for the US has rarely been worse.

Drink Ocean

March 22, 2018 0

Are Children Addicted to Mobile Devices? The Answer is Probably Yes

By celmoreblog

If you are under 18, you are a digital native in a world where mobile devices are an essential part of your...

March 9, 2018 0

The #MeToo Movement and International Women’s Day

By celmoreblog

The #MeToo Movement is going global.  #MeToo and International Women’s Day came together this week to make global headlines.

Philosophy

April 24, 2018 0

“A Masque of Mercy” by Robert Frost (excerpt)

By celmoreblog

As if I asked for one more chance myself to learn to say, "Nothing can make injustice just but mercy."

April 24, 2018 0

“At Last” by Neko Case

By celmoreblog

"I own every bell that tolls me."

February 12, 2018 0

“Relevant” by Emma Stone from Birdman: Or (The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance)

By celmoreblog

"You’re doing this because you’re scared to death - like the rest of us - that you don’t matter. And...

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  • Weekend Sexoscope: December 14th-16th December 14, 2018
    Aries (March 21-April 19) Fiery Aries, Mercury retrograde had you feeling confused, but when Venus connects with Saturn on the 16th, you will be ready to make some decisions concerning your love life. Be ready to say ‘bye boy’ to your lover and say ‘hello you’ to the one who has been trying to catch […]
  • Eyebrows Through the Ages December 14, 2018
    Eyebrows are more than just lines of hair on our foreheads that we pluck, wax, fill in and wish were thicker or thinner. Their main function, one that might not still apply as much, is to keep sweat, rain, and dirt out of our eyes. We also have eyelashes for that. What eyelashes can’t do, […]
  • Looking Good at Work Is a Must December 14, 2018
    Ever since I was a little girl, I always strived to look my best at all times. My motto was, “you can never over-dress.” But, I still stayed within some standards; like I wouldn’t wear a ballgown to school, or an evening gown to a casual office party. I wanted to stand out of the […]
  • Bikini Microblading is a Thing December 13, 2018
    Microblading has quickly become a trend in the beauty industry. People are lining up to pay hundreds of dollars for a semi-permanent solution to hair grooming. But, before we jump into bikini microblading, you have to know about regular microblading. So, what is microblading exactly? Well, microblading is a treatment where a beauty technician tattoos eyebrows […]
  • Celebs with Eyebrows that We’re Obsessed With December 13, 2018
    Since we are obsessed with eyebrows and microblading, we’ve rounded up a list of celebrities who have achieved the ultimate eyebrow goals! Seriously; Their eyebrows are so perfect that they really don’t need to put on any makeup. We’ve consulted websites like Elle, InStyle, and E! to compile our own list of celebs with the best brows that […]
  • Why Do We Try and Make Ourselves “Pretty”? December 13, 2018
    To put our need for makeup into perspective, I always come back to the expectation of job interviews. This is a first impression-based meeting, one that could potentially further a career, and so you’re more inclined to “dress up”. You want to look presentable. Regardless of whether it’s business attire appropriate, I would imagine most […]
  • There May Be a Sexy Reason Why You Still Want to Sit on Santa’s Lap December 12, 2018
    It’s the holidays and it’s time to bring light to a secret holiday kink- Santa. Yes, it’s a real thing and it’s called Santaphilia. Santaphilia is defined as an unhealthy obsession for Santa Claus that turns fetish. But, here at NYGal we want to let you know that this is definitely not unhealthy. Because, girl, everyone gets […]
  • Grow Out Your Lucious Locks Naturally December 12, 2018
    There are two types of people in the world: people whose hair grows out extremely fast and the less fortunate ones whose hair grows incredibly slowly. Only a lucky few enviably get long, healthy-looking hair without putting much effort into it. For the rest of us, it demands patience, effort, and tons of products. Unlike […]
  • Where to Get Microblading Done in NYC for a Killer Brow Game December 12, 2018
    Microblading is a fun, new beauty procedure everyone is talking about. This beauty treatment is a form of tattoo done to the eyebrows for increased thickness and definition. Microblading technicians use a needle to create tiny cuts along your brow line that they fill in with pigment that matches the shade and shape of your […]
  • Get Your Perfect Eyebrow Shape With These Tips December 11, 2018
    Just like haircuts, there isn’t a one-size-fits-all model for eyebrows. How you should shape your eyebrows really depends on the dimensions of your face. We all have that one hairstyle that looks absolutely the best on us – the ‘go-to’ style and color. Well, the same applies to eyebrow shapes. Your face shape plays a […]

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  • 2018 Is The Worst Year Ever For Carbon Dioxide Emissions ! December 14, 2018
    Yes! This ending year could be the worst in terms of global carbon dioxide emissions. We have been in search for the same concern and also had various conversations over the same but here are some stats that would say something. Global carbon-dioxide emissions are expected to hit a record high in 2018. This is […]
  • 7 Most Disliked Videos On YouTube 2018 December 13, 2018
    Whether you are aware or not about the latest video released by YouTube on it’s Rewind time for 2018’s end, but the scenario and expected outcome is quite worse as it is on the track to be most hated or disliked video on YouTube ever. In the seven six days since the video was released, […]
  • 2019 ‘Grammy Awards’ Dates Revealed And Here Are The Nominees December 8, 2018
    Soon you will be catching the award ceremony for the most prestigious ‘Grammy Awards’ in the upcoming year. Nominees for the 2019 Grammy Awards have been revealed. Now in its 61st year, the ceremony recognizes the best recordings, compositions, and artists of the eligibility year (Oct. 1st, 2017 – Sept. 30th, 2018). This year brings several […]
  • Einstein’s Hand-Written ‘God Letter’ Sold Out For $2.9 Million December 6, 2018
    Everything related to Albert Einstein seems to be precious and valuable as no one can expect any suspense over the worth of it. Whether it’s his brain or any study related work, everything produce news and demand over the masses. A handwritten letter by Albert Einstein in which he grapples with the concept of religion has […]
  • More Than 100 Exoplanets Discovered By Astronomers In 3 Months December 4, 2018
    Within few years, space has not been out of reach of our planet’s people who consistently tries to explore many things in this vast universe. Talking about planets other than earth, leave our solar system because astronomers keep their eye on outer systems as well. An international team of astronomers using a combination of ground […]
  • Former President George H.W. Bush Has Died At 94 December 2, 2018
    You probably can’t resist yourself to discuss a matter , when former American president George Bush come into the picture. During his service days , a huge media coverage was there on this man and almost every world got his name in their mind. But here’s the end ! Social media users are sharing a […]
  • First Ever Plane With No Moving Parts ! November 30, 2018
    Can you imagine a plane without any propeller or turbines,blades,fans which are powered by the combustion of fossil fuels or by battery packs that produce a persistent, whining buzz and the plane is stationary while flying in air ? Now MIT engineers have built and flown the first-ever plane with no moving parts. Instead of […]
  • SpongeBob SquarePants Creator Stephen Hillenburg Died At 57 November 28, 2018
    In the interim came a sad news with a shocking wave that favourite cartoon serial SpongeBob Squarepants Creator Stephen Hillenburg has passed away following a battle with ALS,” a Nickelodeon spokesperson said. Stephen Hillenburg, the man who used his background in marine biology to create the wildly popular cartoon series SpongeBob SquarePants for Nickelodeon, has died from […]
  • Ohio Becomes The First State To Accept Bitcoin As Tax Payments November 26, 2018
    For almost 5 to 6 years, we have been surrounded by cashless currencies and cryptocurrencies as well. Never forget bitcoin, which is so much in news that it’s use is now considered to be quite valuable. Here is the example. Starting Monday, businesses in Ohio will be able to pay their taxes in bitcoin — […]
  • The Leaning Tower Of Pisa Is Getting Straighter – Experts Reveal November 24, 2018
    This sounds strange but it is getting somehow different from the previous structural elements of it’s build. Yes! we are talking about ‘The Leaning Tower Of Pisa’ and it is found that inevitably itself it is getting somehow straighter compared to it’s previous photos. The Leaning Tower of Pisa, one of Italy’s most iconic landmarks, […]

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  • Emmanuel Macron seems to be surrendering. Or is it tactical retreat? December 13, 2018
    WHAT SORT of leader surrenders to the crowd? Any French president of the modern era, you might reply. On December 10th a queasy-looking Emmanuel Macron joined the long list of presidents who have been thrown off course by street protests. Hoping to placate the mob, he promised to increase the take-home pay of minimum-wage earners […]
  • Can anyone stop Congo’s president from doing a Putin? December 13, 2018
    CONGO HAS many problems, but paying the pensions of ex-presidents has never been one of them. Since independence in 1960 all its leaders have either died horribly in office or soon after being overthrown. Patrice Lumumba, its first prime minister, was murdered after less than a year in power. Mobutu Sese Seko, who ruled larcenously […]
  • The Fed needs a new strategy for 2019 December 13, 2018
    JEROME POWELL, chairman of the Federal Reserve, says “basically everything” keeps him up at night. As well it might. The fiscal stimulus from President Donald Trump’s tax cuts, which in 2018 has shielded America from a global economic slowdown, will soon begin to subside. The president’s trade war is sapping confidence. The S&P 500 index […]
  • The real lesson from Theresa May’s bruising week December 13, 2018
    DESPERATE, NO-HOLDS-BARRED scrapping has become Britain’s day-to-day mode of government. On December 10th a landmark vote on Theresa May’s Brexit deal was cancelled at the last minute, ambushing ministers who were giving live-broadcast interviews confirming that it would definitely go ahead. The next day Mrs May began a tour of Europe, promising to get better […]
  • How the 0.001% invest December 13, 2018
    THINK OF THE upper echelons of the money-management business, and the image that springs to mind is of fusty private banks in Geneva or London’s Mayfair, with marble lobbies and fake country-house meeting-rooms designed to make their super-rich clients feel at home. But that picture is out of date. A more accurate one would feature […]
  • How to save Ethiopia’s democratic revolution December 6, 2018
    ETHIOPIANS ARE calling it their third revolution. The first was the fall of Emperor Haile Selassie in 1974. The second was in 1991, when Ethiopians kicked out the Derg, a Marxist junta that had forced peasants onto collective farms at gunpoint, causing mass starvation. Now, after 27 years of less homicidal but still authoritarian rule […]
  • Even by the standards of poor countries, India is alarmingly filthy December 6, 2018
    INDIA STINKS. If at this misty time of year its capital, Delhi, smells as if something is burning, that is because many things are: the carcinogenic diesel that supplies three-quarters of the city’s motor fuel, the dirty coal that supplies most of its power, the rice stalks that nearby farmers want to clear after the […]
  • The coming of low-Earth orbit satellites December 6, 2018
    SPACE IS BECOMING more crowded. On December 3rd a Falcon 9 rocket made by SpaceX thundered into the sky. On board were 64 small satellites, more than any American company had launched before in one go. They have an array of uses, from space-based radar to the monitoring of radio-frequency emissions. One, designed by Trevor […]
  • Emmanuel Macron’s problems are more with presentation than policy December 6, 2018
    IT IS A long way down from Mount Olympus. Last year Emmanuel Macron strode into power with a mandate to reform France. This week France looked unreformable. The streets of Paris have been littered with burned-out cars and glass from smashed shop windows. Parts of the countryside are paralysed, as protesters in high-visibility yellow jackets […]
  • The best way out of the Brexit mess December 6, 2018
    IT TOOK THERESA MAY a year and a half to reach a deal with the European Union. It looks as if it will take Britain’s own Parliament less than a month to throw it out. An imminent vote on whether to approve the prime minister’s Brexit agreement seems almost certain to be lost by a […]
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