Daily Archives: May 28, 2020

Apparently WordPress Got Hungry Today / Glitches – May 28, 2020

I had saved a rough draft for my last post tonight. I don’t remember what it was about due to short-term memory issues, but it was something I was writing from scratch. Most of the time WordPress doesn’t eat my … Continue reading

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USS SS-28 (SS-133) Memorial, Wilmington – North Carolina Thursdays May 28, 2020

For this week’s North Carolina Thursdays post, I focused on USS S-28 (SS-133) memorial. It wasn’t easy to find as several sites didn’t include where the memorial was located. I started with this post from 2018: World War II Submarine … Continue reading

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FINISHED! — Day by Day

I have finished my rough draft of my thesis! 349 pages. 91K+ words. A whole BOOK! I am so excited I don’t know what to do with myself. I didn’t think I would pull this off so quickly. I thought … Continue reading

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If You Get a Second Stimulus Check Before the Next Stimulus Package Gets Approved, Here’s How to Handle It – May 28, 2020

Note: a second stimulus package has not been passed so it has nothing to do with a stimulus check from the second stimulus package. It’s expected a second stimulus package will be passed, probably in late June/early July to August. … Continue reading

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Sedgwick County Commission Decision – May 28, 2020

Recently, the governor of Kansas introduced Phase I of re-opening the economy; followed later by Phase 1.5. Phase II went into effect last Friday and the next phase goes into effect no earlier than June 8. Phase Out, the last … Continue reading

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Parsing the U.S. Copyright Office DMCA Report — Plagiarism Today

Last week, the United States Copyright Office (USCO), released a much-anticipated report about the Digital Millennium Copyright Act’s (DMCA) safe harbor provisions. Over five years in the making, the study is the product of several rounds of feedback and roundtables … Continue reading

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Sites Claiming All Or Many EIP Payments to Be Done Using EIP Debit Cards – May 28, 2020

I saw this in a Facebook group https://www.the-sun.com/news/880887/coronavirus-stimulus-check-junk-mail/. I encourage anyone who gets an EIP Debit card to hold onto it as once a second stimulus package is passed, probably either before the July 4th recess or sometime in August, … Continue reading

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Virtual Travel: Visit the 7 Wonders of the World from Home — Just Chasing Rabbits

  Many of us are looking for ways to explore the world from home; whether we’re cooking traditional dishes from around the world, booking online experiences with locals, learning a new language, or taking virtual tours. For me, life during … Continue reading

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Expedition R12 YouTube Video Ocean Outreach

I saw this on YouTube – https://youtu.be/qDRLqgwTXdc Direct link – Expedition R12 YouTube Video Ocean Outreach:  https://youtu.be/qDRLqgwTXdc. There are several videos on this channel about this submarine. The World War II submarine on eternal patrol, https://www.oneternalpatrol.com/uss-r-12-89.htm , is assigned to … Continue reading

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Neatfi XL LED Lamp (Review) – Best Light for Miniature Hobbies? — Tangible Day

What is my favorite lamp for painting miniatures? As a commission painter who has painted a lot of models over the years, I’ve found that good light is the key to better miniature paint jobs. A bright, diffuse light with … Continue reading

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