Daily Archives: August 24, 2020

How Cracker Barrel Made Me Skinny and Other Lessons from a Healthy Professional by Jake Engel — iamnotyourmom.com

Note: This is my third installment ever featuring a guest blogger – a dedicated teammate of mine from work! Many thanks for his willingness to share a story here on my site, especially one that features such good advice from … Continue reading

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Kemper County Historical Museum , De Kalb – Mississippi Mondays August 24, 2020

For today’s Mississippi Mondays post, I checked out De Kalb in Kemper County, and chose Kemper County Historical Museum http://www.kempercounty.com/things-to-do/historic-sites/: as this week’s choice. I am not seeing an official website, other than the Chamber of Commerce. This took a … Continue reading

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New Free Historical Records on FamilySearch: Week of 24 August 2020

I saw this on FamilySearch today – New Free Historical Records on FamilySearch: Week of 24 August 2020: https://media.familysearch.org/new-free-historical-records-on-familysearch-week-of-24-august-2020/. Over 1,000 words, but scroll through the list to see if something interests you. \ Make more family discoveries this week at … Continue reading

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New Court Records Over 379 Million Available for Free – August 24, 2020

In doing research, I came across judyrecords – https://www.judyrecords.com/. As of a few minutes ago, the site offers over 379 million records. That’s more the combined U. S. population. Here’s a breakdown – https://www.judyrecords.com/stats. Assault records 5.2. million+ records theft … Continue reading

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Current DNA Sales August 24, 2020

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Continuing There Are Rules to Writing Books Series – August 24, 2020

My point is not to make my friend a scapegoat, but to address some things he believes as a writer. I see similar things said by writers in various social media groups. They say the book needs to be as … Continue reading

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How many “dark and gritty” Batman reboots do we need? — Crazy Uncle Dennis

“[The Batman] seems to offer nothing fundamentally original or interesting, just another ‘dark and gritty’ take on a character and setting whose darkness and grit have been done to death…” How many “dark and gritty” Batman reboots do we need? — … Continue reading

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Kristie Wolfe turns 1950s fire lookout into off-grid shelter – YouTube Video Kirsten Dirksen

Here’s the link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nfx89LDqrJk Direct video link if above link doesn’t work for some reason: Kristie Wolfe turns 1950s fire lookout into off-grid shelter https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nfx89LDqrJk (about 24:29 minutes long) 6.700th post

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Blackbeard | The Man Behind One of The Most Notorious 18th Century Pirate That Ever Lived — THE CHRONICLES OF HISTORY

The strongest quality Blackbeard had were his ability to terrify others. It was a skill that allowed him to be a successful pirate without having to spill a lot of blood. He had a long black beard that would cover … Continue reading

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Another Round Of Comics To Be Cancelled By DC — The Game of Nerds

The bad news comes after the first round of comics DC plans to end in October. The first round consisted of Batgirl, Batman and The Outsiders, and Justice League Odyssey. With this first set it may or may not include … Continue reading

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