Daily Archives: February 7, 2020

How Authors Can Market Books for Free — Housewife Hustle

When I started writing Eat the Damn Muffin, I had an extremely small budget. I didn’t write my first book in attempts to… The post How Authors Can Market Books for Free appeared first on Housewife Hustle. via How Authors Can … Continue reading

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Dad You Are Not Forgotten R. I. P. February 7, 1977

It’s hard to believe it’s been so long since Dad passed away. It was about this time of the night when he died. I never know how the anniversary will hit me. In some years, it’s harder than others. In … Continue reading

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Popsicle Society – Featured Blogger of the Week February 7, 2020

This week I chose Popsicle Society as this week’s Featured Blogger of the Week – https://popsiclesociety.com/. I started following her blog for one reason – the name. I loved popsicles growing up and the blog name appealed to me. I … Continue reading

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Discovering our world: Dalmatia — Popsicle Society

Hello my dear readers, Have you heard about Dalmatia? Shame on me but I didn’t, until I did the research for my sage post, as it seems that the perfect blend between the Dalmatian limestone cliffs called karst, its specific … Continue reading

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The 4th Spy at Los Alamos – conclusion — Pacific Paratrooper

The new documents show that Mr. Seborer worked at the heart of the implosion effort. The unit that employed him, known as X-5, devised the firing circuits for the bomb’s 32 detonators, which ringed the device. To lessen the odds … Continue reading

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Corolla Wild Horse Summer Safety – YouTube Corolla Wild Horse Fund

I saw this last night on YouTube – Corolla Wild Horse Summer Safety: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8b7sLCmob6E (around 2:22 minutes long).  

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Two Kansans killed at Pearl Harbor are identified – KSN TV February 4, 2020

Initially, I saw an article on my phone on Hays, Kansas news – Remains of Kansas man killed in Pearl Harbor identified announcing that Rex Wise had been identified. When I typed Rex Wise Pearl Harbor, I came up with … Continue reading

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Brand new family records from Britain, North America and beyond… – FindMyPast Fridays February 7, 2020

I did not see anything last night on FindMyPast. Here’s this week’s FindMyPast Fridays –  https://www.findmypast.com/blog/new/british-american-canadian-records. They can usually be found at https://www.findmy past.com/blog/new/, either Thursday or Friday, depending on when they get posted. Niall Cullen 07 February 2020 It’s … Continue reading

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Chess: A “Gateway Drug” into Miniature Wargaming? — Tangible Day

Chess is an ancient game of tactical strategy. It is one of the oldest and most revered board games you can play. Even in this modern, digital age of video games, chess remains as popular and relevant as ever. I’ve … Continue reading

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Transparency Report Shows Ancestry.com Rejected a Warrant Demanding Access to Its DNA Database – Techdirt February 6, 2020

Thank you to the IT person at Midwest Historical and Genealogical Society (MHGS) for bringing this article to my attention – “Transparency Report Shows Ancestry.com Rejected a Warrant Demanding Access to Its DNA Database” https://www.techdirt.com/articles/20200205/12251843861/transparency-report-shows-ancestrycom-rejected-warrant-demanding-access-to-dna-database.shtml. From the article, it sounds … Continue reading

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