Daily Archives: January 30, 2020

EVOLUTION of MECHAGODZILLA: Size Comparison (1974-2018) – YouTube Video FilmCore

I saw this on YouTube today – EVOLUTION of MECHAGODZILLA: Size Comparison (1974-2018) – YouTube Video FilmCore https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n3KoZh6QBr8 (about 4:37 minutes long). What is Kaiju? As part of my on-again, off-again Godzilla/Kaiju theme series – https://upsdownsfamilyhistory.wordpress.com/tag/kaiju/, see also Trivia Question: Kaiju … Continue reading

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Columbia Theater Cultural Resources Center, Columbia – North Carolina Thursdays January 30, 2020

I continue my head north for this week’s North Carolina Thursdays post. I have distant relatives who lived in Tyrrell County and checked out Columbia and found Columbia Theater Cultural Resources Center: https://www.visitnc.com/listing/jzsc/columbia-theater-cultural-resources-center. It’s operated by the same group that … Continue reading

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How To Stay Creative With Your Blog — Jenny in Neverland

So you’ve started a blog and are super motivated to do ALL THE THINGS. But after a while – whether that’s a couple of weeks, a couple of months or years – you feel that initial creativity dwindling. We’ve all … Continue reading

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Teaser: Faces of Auschwitz || Documentary — Faces of Auschwitz

In 2018, the world-renowned digital artist Marina Amaral is given unprecedented access to the archives at the Auschwitz-Birkenau Museum, where almost 40,000 registration photographs of people who were imprisoned at Auschwitz are preserved. By colorizing the black-and-white photos taken when … Continue reading

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Why don’t you comment on blog posts? —

I feel like I’ve been wanting to ask the rough questions here lately, so… here goes. I’ve been talking about reading blogs, what makes me read and stop on a blog and what makes me skip it altogether. I’ve been … Continue reading

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Should Your Church Use Social Media? January 30, 2020 Part I

Should Your Church Use Social Media? This is a common question/debate in many churches. The size of the church doesn’t appear to make a difference as I have visited ranging from a handful of regulars to churches with several hundred … Continue reading

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How I Blog Consistently Everyday — Love, Geeky Girl

Hey guys! Welcome back. I hope you are having a great day. I’m still not feeling great, so I’m home for the day. So I thought I would share with you the answer to a question I get all the … Continue reading

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Nonprofits and Me, a Brief History – January 30, 2020

I am giving a bit of my background for a series of posts on nonprofits I am in the middle of developing, specifically for churches, although the posts apply to other nonprofits as well. I have worked for numerous nonprofits … Continue reading

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Hearing Loss Warning Signs — Lynn Thaler

Ten Warning Signs of Hearing Loss: People seem to mumble more frequently. You experience ringing in your ears. You often ask people to repeat themselves. Your family complains that you play the radio or TV too loudly. You no longer … Continue reading

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Sugar-Free King Cake — David’s Way to Health and Fitness

Nutritional Info Serves 24 Calories 190 Fat 15 grams Net Carbs 5 grams Protein 7 grams King Cake 2 cups fine almond flour 1 cup coconut flour 1/2 cup unsweetened protein powder 1 Tablespoon xanthan gum 1 Tablespoon baking powder … Continue reading

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