Ken Dunkin Wants His Job Back — CBS Chicago

CHICAGO (CBS) — Ken Dunkin wants his old job back. He was a state representative until former President Barack Obama called him out in 2016. “Where I’ve got an opportunity to find some common ground, that doesn’t make me a sellout to my own party,” Obama said during his address to the Illinois Legislature. When Dunkin…

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Lily — johncoyote

Still, Silent, Safe… until it is not. Floating steady it stays minding its own until its world comes crashing down with a croaking sound. No, not the world but a frog abusing the safety of a surface upon the dangerous water. A trade of poor music for safety was all the Frog had to give.…

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Second U.S. winter storm forces hundreds of flight cancellations — Reuters: Top News

NEW YORK (Reuters) – A second winter storm in as many weeks is causing hundreds of flight cancellations across the United States, airlines reported on Tuesday, potentially dealing a further blow to carriers’ first quarter outlooks.

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Detalles sobre desmantelamiento de grupo terrorista en Venezuela — Cubadebate

Un enfrentamiento del grupo terrorista liderado por Oscar Pérez contra los cuerpos de seguridad del Estado venezolano, dejó un saldo de siete terroristas abatidos, seis personas aprehendidas, dos funcionarios asesinados y ocho oficiales gravemente heridos, según informó este martes el ministro del Poder Popular para Relaciones Interiores, Justicia y Paz, Néstor Luis Reverol.

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I understand why? — johncoyote

I understand why we protect the wildflowers now. A Poem by Coyote Poetry Wildflowers are protected in Michigan. Took me years to understand why. I understand why we protect the wildflowers now. I sit on the hill in the midst of a wildflower field and the small flowers moving in the gentle breeze. I […]

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Remembering Old Science Fiction Short Stories — Auxiliary Memory

by James Wallace Harris, Tuesday, January 16, 2018 I was messaging a friend in South Africa this morning, Piet Nel, about reading old science fiction short stories in retrospective anthologies and best of the year annuals. Piet is reading through the Terry Carr’s Best Science Fiction of the Year series (1972-1987), but he doesn’t have them […]

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Hey Google, y u keep killing my internet — uberfusion

Well this might explain why our router keeps cutting out every day or two. Disabling the 5 GHz band seemed to have fixed it temporarily but every so often, it does again. When your router is on the bottom floor of a 3 story townhouse, climbing down 2 flights of stairs unnecessarily becomes a huge chore. Hopefully […]

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‘She was a diamond’ — johncoyote

She was a diamond A Poem by Coyote Poetry We need to be thankful when we hold something precious in our hands. She was a Diamond 20 Nov. 1994 The drunk man toasted to better days. We touched shot glasses. I asked him. Did he ever see a woman who shone like a diamond? So […]

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Oscar Perez — O Insurgente

“You only have power over people so long as you don’t take everything away from them. But when you’ve robbed a man of everything, he’s no longer in your power – he’s free again.” Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn A boneco Chucky e amigos bem podem limpar as mãos à parede, têm-nas sujas de sangue e hão-de ter.

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