Daily Archives: February 5, 2020

When doctors make mistakes — Anne Malatt on Life

Doctors make mistakes. No-one really likes to admit it or think about it or talk about it, but it happens all the time. via When doctors make mistakes — Anne Malatt on Life. My paternal grandfather was a good case in … Continue reading

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Freeium Cleaner Program – CCleaner Re-blog February 4, 2020

I posted this article back in April 2019. I use the free version on a regular basis, usually once or twice a day on average. It’s one of several free anti-virus, anti-malware, and similar utilities I use. CCleaner https://www.ccleaner.com/ (not an … Continue reading

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Alabama Online Historical Newspapers — Access Genealogy

Historically, there have been over 2300 newspapers published in Alabama. This list represents those Alabama newspapers which have been digitally copied and placed online. via Alabama Online Historical Newspapers — Access Genealogy.

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This Question Came to My Inbox: “What does the Japanese Saying, “A bat in a village without a bird” mean?” — American in Korea

If you have a bat in a village without a bird, the only thing that can fly is the bat. A bat could pretend he is a bird and get away with it. However, he is still a bat. If … Continue reading

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Atomic Underground Featured Vlogger of the Week – February 5, 2020

I updated this post February 6, 2020 as somehow WordPress overwrote the post in large part. I was able to find the earlier post in History and restore it. I chose Atomic Underground as this week’s Featured Vlogger of the … Continue reading

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Restored B-25 Mitchell medium bombers prepare to take off from USS Ranger during a re-enactment of Doolittle Raid 50 years later. April 21st, 1992. — John’s Navy and other Maritime or Military News

from JC’s Naval, Maritime and Military News https://ift.tt/316Lko3 via IFTTT via Restored B-25 Mitchell medium bombers prepare to take off from USS Ranger during a re-enactment of Doolittle Raid 50 years later. April 21st, 1992. — John’s Navy and other Maritime … Continue reading

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Thank you for your prayers with my ordination: I passed! — The Domain for Truth

Thanks for all your prayers with my ordination interview yesterday: By the grace of God I passed! via Thank you for your prayers with my ordination: I passed! — The Domain for Truth. Congratulations.

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The Impossible Landing – United Airlines Flight 232 – YouTube – TheFlightChannel

I saw this on YouTube – The Impossible Landing – United Airlines Flight 232 – YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fG-6nHwfyts (about 14:40 minutes long). I remember this crash and was surprised at how many survived. Wikipedia – https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/United_Airlines_Flight_232.  

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Warhead (1977, directed by John O’Connor) — Through the Shattered Lens

Somehow, a nuclear bomb falls out of an American airplane that happens to flying over the border between Israel and Jordan. Luckily, the bomb doesn’t explode but now it’s just sitting out in the desert where anyone can stumble upon … Continue reading

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You have a set amount of “weirdness points”. Spend them wisely. – Weirdness Wednesdays February 5, 2020

I saw this last night on https://hackernewsrobot.wordpress.com/2020/02/04/you-have-a-set-amount-of-weirdness-points-spend-them-wisely/ which links to You have a set amount of “weirdness points”. Spend them wisely.: https://www.lesswrong.com/posts/wkuDgmpxwbu2M2k3w/you-have-a-set-amount-of-weirdness-points-spend-them-wisely. I’ve heard of the concept of “weirdness points” many times before, but after a bit of searching I can’t … Continue reading

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