Daily Archives: January 18, 2019

Cosmosphere Hutchinson Kansas

I have only been inside the Cosmosphere – https://cosmo.org/ (official website) in Hutchinson, Reno County, Kansas once several years ago. You can see some additional information on Wikipedia: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cosmosphere. General list of attractions: Notable Items on display: Germany Restored World … Continue reading

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Today in Literary History – January 18, 1936 – Rudyard Kipling dies — bookworm norm

The Nobel Prize-winning author and poet Rudyard Kipling died January 18, 1936 at the age of seventy. His body was cremated and his ashes were buried in Westminster Abbey next to the graves of Charles Dickens and Thomas Hardy. Kipling … Continue reading

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Zedge App Review – January 18, 2019

Updated July 12, 2019. Zedge App Review, both Android, https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=net.zedge.android&hl=en_US, and iOS/Apple devices: https://www.zedge.net/app/. I found this app worth it. I don’t have any of the Paid content, but the free content more than meets my need. I would give … Continue reading

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HIPAA One of the Most Misunderstood U. S. Laws Out There

HIPAA One of the Most Misunderstood Laws Out There. Standard medical and legal disclaimers since this post covers medical and legal angles: I am not a medical health professional and any comments I post are not intended, nor should they … Continue reading

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Good Vibrations: A Brief History of Electric Football — We Are the Mutants

With the passing of Christmas and the arrival of the NFL postseason, minds turn to one of the premier football toys from the era before kids were able to hook video game consoles up to the living room TV. Before … Continue reading

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DNATribes Shutting Down

I saw this briefly reported on the International Society of Genetic Genealogists (ISOGG) Facebook group, but no details were provided, other than DNA Tribes was shutting down.. When I went to DNA Tribes website a few minutes ago: http://dnatribes.com/, I … Continue reading

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My 23andMe Ethnicity Update Results January 2019

Today I received an e-mail from 23andMe announcing my ethnicity results have been updated. I am not seeing much of a difference between the before and after results, other than the 120ish new areas – mainly Yakut now being classified … Continue reading

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Paladin Roleplaying Dice Review

In yesterday’s post, My Dice Company Standard – Old Gamescience Dice, I mentioned Paladin Roleplaying dice. I own several sets of the dice and as a late Holiday/early Birthday present will be getting several more sets. It’s a United Kingdom … Continue reading

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A Budapest Tourist Travel Guide — Diary of a Spanglish Girl

From somebody who didn’t want to go to Budapest. Budapest, we’ll be back someday. via A Budapest Tourist Travel Guide — Diary of a Spanglish Girl. I haven’t been even though I have wanted to go for a long time, but … Continue reading

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FindMyPast Fridays January 19, 2019

They posted it on Thursday, January 18, 2019, but here’s FindMyPast Fridays for January 19, 2019: https://blog.findmypast.com/findmypast-friday-january-18th-2019-2626273072.html. England Roman Catholic Parish Baptisms Over 65,000 exclusive new records covering the Diocese of Middlesbrough have been added to our collection of England … Continue reading

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