Daily Archives: January 29, 2020

Mary Hallberg Featured Vlogger of the Week – January 29, 2020

I chose Mary Hallberg as this week’s Featured Vlogger of the Week. I am not into her paranormal videos, and some of her crime-related videos can be graphic. Some basic stats of Mary Hallberg’s YouTube channel – joined Oct 1, … Continue reading

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Exploring the Babylon 5 vs. Deep Space Nine Plagiarism Allegations — Plagiarism Today

1993 was a banner year for fans of space station-based science fiction. Not one but two prominent series got their start that year. The first, Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, a continuation of the long-running Star Trek franchise. The second, … Continue reading

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Reblogs: Special Offer — Cristian Mihai

Today only, a reblog costs as low as $14.99. Lowest price ever. That’s an 85% discount from the usual $99.99 price. Also, you can purchase as many as you want, and use them whenever you need them. Grab them while … Continue reading

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Happy Kansas Day – January 29, 2020

Happy Kansas Day 2020. It was on this date in 1861 Kansas became a state. It was first celebrated in 1877 as an unofficial holidey – http://www.holidayscalendar.com/event/kansas-day/. It is not a public holiday. From the link above:   It’s illegal … Continue reading

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the dark side of youtube – YouTube Video Isabelle Weall

I saw this on YouTube – the dark side of youtube – YouTube Video Isabelle Weall: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T160JJXGWjY (about 20:10 minutes long). It’s sad Isabelle has to make this point and it happens to her on other social media as well. … Continue reading

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Staycation Booking Tips — Gillian Finn

  Hi, loves! Last weekend Matt and I enjoyed a little staycation in our very favourite local hotel; Hotel du Vin, Newcastle. We’ve stayed there many times before and it always feels like such a treat, so much so that … Continue reading

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MyHeritageDNA Valentine’s Day DNA Pre-Sale – Ends February 3, 2020

I mentioned the MyHeritageDNA $49 sale in my last update yesterday, but the post is long enough many don’t read it (I always put the sales updates near the top showing new sales, sales ending, sale prices changing up or … Continue reading

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Visiting an Ancestral Home: A Life-Changing Experience – FamilySearch January 24, 2020

I found this several days ago on FamilySearch – Visiting an Ancestral Home: A Life-Changing Experience: https://www.familysearch.org/blog/en/visiting-an-ancestral-home/. January 24, 2020  – by  Sunny Morton An ancestral home is a house, village, or region where your family lived in the past. Visiting … Continue reading

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Black History Month Is for Everyone – FamilySearch January 28, 2020

I noticed this last night on FamilySearch – Black History Month Is for Everyone: https://www.familysearch.org/blog/en/why-we-celebrate-black-history-month/. A lot more in the link, but trying to stay in the 550 – 600 words/posts. January 28, 2020  – by  Paula Whatley Matabane February provides … Continue reading

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A snake fighting a cat while being eaten by a frog, all watched by a curious kid — Will S.’ Random Weirdness Blog – Weirdness Wednesdays January 29, 2020

You know what they say: it’s a frog eat snake fight cat world out there. — Lucas LeDoux (@LukieLedoux) January 13, 2020 via A snake fighting a cat while being eaten by a frog, all watched by a curious kid — … Continue reading

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