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Daily Archives: 15-October-2013
Candle Flame in Space
Quote of the Day Only enemies speak the truth. Friends and lovers lie endlessly, caught in the web of duty. — Stephen King I saw this photo posted by Robert Frost here. It shows a flame on Earth (left) and … Continue reading
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World War 2 Industrial Casualties
I like to watch authors discuss their history books on BookTV. I listen to BookTV while I work around the house. One weekend, I heard two historians (I did not write down their names) discussing World War 2 and each mentioned a statistic that sounded something like this (my wording). Continue reading