Sunday, December 31, 2017

WHO WANTS YESTERDAY'S PAPERS??

“THATS ENTERTAINMENT”: LITTLE GIRL AND ACCORDION


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Yesterday I was still a fool, but today I am a bit wiser:Reading Dostoevsky in Contemporary America

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bloggerkaramazov posted: "by Justin Trifiro The following piece derives from a talk delivered at the Jubilee celebration of the Russian major at the University of Montana. It is with hope that we approach the new year together and closer in spirit... If Dostoevsky were alive and"

Wednesday, December 27, 2017

Cleaning Mobile House

Images choking mobile folders

New Notre Dame Cemetery, Southbridge, MA


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Gargoyles and Grotesques posted: " A Statue of Jesus Christ Seen Raising Its Arms Toward Heaven at New Notre Dame Cemetery in Southbridge, MA"

Tuesday, December 26, 2017

Net neutrality goes to court


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Subject: IRL: Net neutrality goes to court

Listen to the IRL podcast from Mozilla
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In the latest episode of IRL, Veronica Belmont explores the front lines of the fight to keep the internet free and open. Following the FCC's controversial 3-2 vote to end net neutrality, WeRateDogs founder Matt Nelson talks about trolling Ajit Pai with a pay-per-pupper plan. Protesters share their experience on the ground. And the FCC's Mignon Clyburn weighs in on net neutrality's road ahead.

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Monday, December 25, 2017

More than 158,000 new jobs in Greater Boston Area

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