Daily Archives: March 30, 2020

Copyright and Tattoos — Plagiarism Today

If there’s one thing that people who follow copyright law love, it’s a good “I didn’t think of that before” moment. One such moment hit in a major way in 2011 when tattoo artists S. Victor Whitmill filed a lawsuit … Continue reading

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Two Re-blogs – Mississippi Mondays March 30, 2020

I decided today two re-blogs were this week’s Mississippi Mondays post. First, Who remembers Burger Chef? — Preservation in Mississippi and next ‘it’s easy to overlook the impact of COVID-19 on people with serious mental-health issues’ — Mississippi Business. Past Mississippi Mondays posts – … Continue reading

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We had a Zumba class today via Zoom — susiesopinions

One of our instructors did a Zumba class from her home. It had just started by the time I logged onto Zoom. Paola was doing the warm up, and I could see her, with me in a square in the … Continue reading

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Bipolar Depression I and Shelter in Place – March 30, 2020

I don’t talk much about my Bipolar Depression on my blog. Specifically, it’s Type I, mixed states, ultra ultra rapid cycling. Ultra ultra rapid cycling can occur a lot more often than rapid cycling and ultra rapid cycling. On a … Continue reading

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Who remembers Burger Chef? — Preservation in Mississippi

Who remembers the fast food chain Burger Chef? A few years ago, I passed through Laurel and saw a relatively intact Drive-In that was being used as a coin laundry it had a distinct look, one that I couldn’t place … Continue reading

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‘it’s easy to overlook the impact of COVID-19 on people with serious mental-health issues’ — Mississippi Business

By JULIE WHITEHEAD / Mississippi Center for Investigative Reporting Cortney Hood of Tupelo knows the coronavirus pandemic is rattling her. She can see it in her daily routine. “My anxiety manifests more at turning off all the lights because that … Continue reading

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List of the members of the Baptist Church in Sardinia, Erie County, New York — Access Genealogy

A list of the members of the Sardinia, Erie County, N. Y., Baptist Church. It was the first Baptist Church organised in this section. It was 20 miles to the nearest church of that denomination at the tine it was … Continue reading

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Southerners During Quarantine – YouTube Video It’s a Southern Thing

I understand COVID-19 is a serious and potentially deadly virus. Please don’t think I am making fun of the virus, those who are infected, or those who have died. I have friends with relatives who are infected. No doubt I … Continue reading

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Why We Should Share Our Mental Health Stories — The Bipolar Writer Mental Health Blog

understand that not everyone is in a place where they can share their story, but when you are ready you should. I think the best thing I did in 2017, was find my place in my blog where I can … Continue reading

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March 30, 1945 We’re All Jews Here — Today in History

  “We’re not doing that. We’re all turning out”. via March 30, 1945 We’re All Jews Here — Today in History.  I found this story back January, 2020, but decided to re-blog it today in memory of the liberation of the … Continue reading

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