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Eyewitness to history: Who was Elton C. Fay? — theleansubmariner

Eyewitness to history: Who was Elton C. Fay? Elton C. Fay, was an Associated Press reporter who covered the Pentagon from the days of World War II to the Vietnam War. His death was recorded in a common obituary and … Continue reading

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My Top 20 Films (Special 200th Blog Post!) — Daniel Robinson: From Reel to Real

SO, just like that, my blog has hit the major milestone of 200 posts! To celebrate this, I thought I’d write about my 200 favourite films. Then, like any sane person, I immediately decided I’d divide that number by 10 … Continue reading

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10 U.S. State Parks that are Worth a Visit — From The Darkness Into The Light

DISCOVERY Let’s face it. The 59 U.S. National Parks are incredible in their own unique way. But they get all the hype, while the over 10,000 beautifully-preserved State Parks are essentially hidden in plain sight. Believe it or not, there … Continue reading

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From Clark Gable to Jim Morrison, Route 66’s Barney’s Beanery Has Seen it All — Atomic Redhead

Hollywood has seen a great deal of changes over its lifetime, and one place that has witnessed it all is Barney’s Beanery. Once a humble California Craftsman home surrounded by poinsettia fields it has morphed to become one of the … Continue reading

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Monday chuckles — bluebird of bitterness

via Monday chuckles — bluebird of bitterness. Saw this on Monday,. and as someone who has knee issues as well as somebody who has owned a few hamsters, it caught my attention. Since somebody on Twitter asked, I added on … Continue reading

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#Genealogia.org.mx 35022 Fwd: Claim a free Findmypast DNA kit at FGS 2019 — Sociedad Genealógica y de Historia Familiar de México

Claim a free Findmypast DNA kit at FGS 2019 · Exclusive to FGS attendees, Findmypast will be offering a FREE Findmypast DNA kit for every GEDCOM uploaded to the Findmypast family tree · Upload your tree at the Findmypast booth … Continue reading

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My contributions to Google Maps — susiesopinions

I don’t know how to slow down when it comes to reviewing on sites. That’s what got me started on Google Maps. Then of course, the photos, videos, adding businesses, rating them, and answering questions. I have done well, and … Continue reading

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Mom warns against co-sleeping after infant’s death: ‘Not worth the pain and heartache’ — My Health Matters Today

Whereas the precise explanation for his dying was not decided, a pediatrician instructed investigators that there was proof of “hypoxia and mind injury due to lack of oxygen and blood to the mind.”(iStock) Almost a 12 months after Stacey Costello … Continue reading

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Air Aces of World War One — Malcolm Marsh – Author

Captain Albert Ball V.C. – British Ace 1896 / 1917 Pt.2 In June 1915, Ball decided to take private flying lessons at Hendon Aerodrome, which would in turn give him an outlet for his interest in engineering and also possibly … Continue reading

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5 Ways To Promote Your Blog & Business — New Lune

Are you a blogger or small business looking to grow your traffic? Do you want to promote your blog or business without doing a lot of work? Then look no further cause I’ve got you! In today’s post, I’m going … Continue reading

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