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Did you know... ... that today, besides being Thanksgiving in the United States (Happy Thanksgiving!), is Amistad Victory Day? In 1841, the slaves who seized the Amistad in 1839 were freed by the Supreme Court. The rebellion broke out when the schooner, traveling along the coast of Cuba, was taken over by a group of … Continue reading Did you know…

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Did you know... ... that today is the Birth of Air Jordan? In the 1986 playoffs, Michael Jordan of the Chicago Bulls scored 63 points to erase Elgin Baylor's playoff scoring record. Even with his heroic effort, the Boston Celtics still won 135-131. "TV Guide" called this game "the birth of Air Jordan." ~~~ Today's … Continue reading Did you know…

WORD OF THE DAY


WORD OF THE DAY Tiffin TIH-fihn Part of speech: noun Origin: Indian, early 19th century 1 A light meal, especially lunch. 2 A type of lunchbox. Examples of Tiffin in a sentence "Would you like to join us for a tiffin before you leave?" "My husband always packs up the leftovers in a tiffin for me to take to … Continue reading WORD OF THE DAY

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Did you know... ... that today is Fingerprint Day? In 1902, Denmark became the first country to adopt fingerprinting as a way to identify criminals. Human fingerprints are difficult to alter and durable over the life of an individual, making them suitable as long-term markers of human identity. The first documented fingerprints were taken in … Continue reading Did you know

Seasoned Nuts Quotable


“Having the basics—a good bed to sleep in, good relationships, good food, and good sex—is most important, and those things don’t get much better when you have a lot of money or much worse when you have less. And the people one meets at the top aren’t necessarily more special than those one meets at … Continue reading Seasoned Nuts Quotable

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Did you know... ... that today is the birthday of the Videotape Recorder? Ampex demonstrated the first practical commercial videotape recorder in 1956. Get this - the selling price of these first VCRs was $75,000 per unit! Yikes! ~~~ Today's Inspirational Quote: "I would rather have questions that can't be answered than answers that can't … Continue reading Did you know…

JAY PARKHE’S Dark Poetry : Modified in “Corona’tion” times – Trilingual.


मै मोड़ी भाषा में गाता हूं (प्राचीन मराठी) मैं संस्कृत में प्रार्थना करता हूं मैं अपने दर्द को इ तनी पुरानी भाषा में व्यक्त करता हूं यहां तक ​​कि पृथ्वी को भी अब याद वो भाषाएँ नहीं है, इतना अर्ध -मृत, अर्ध-सेवानिवृत्त मुझे कोरोना वायरस का भय दिखाया कि यह मुझे चाहता है धूल में … Continue reading JAY PARKHE’S Dark Poetry : Modified in “Corona’tion” times – Trilingual.

What Does WhatsApp University ? think about Novel Corona Virus.


This is a forwarded message - I do not know who wrote it.  I agree with some observations and disagree with some.  I leave it to readers's judgement to take it or leave it. Quote "Is the Corona Virus a deliberate Bio-warfare attack by China virtually amounting to WWIII? The speculation doing the rounds on … Continue reading What Does WhatsApp University ? think about Novel Corona Virus.

Dark Poem by Jay Parkhe


Doing a bit of Dark Poetry I awoke and flung the universe off discourse Deep into that darkness tapping I heard a planet, splendid canvassing By then I saw the quantum mechanics Of the Leaking? Weeping Uranus So infamous for his Ups n down/ Uncertainties On thisday my soul grew plutonian Once upon a midnight … Continue reading Dark Poem by Jay Parkhe

Loose Nuts- FAscinating News via PNUTs Newsletter I subscribe and recommend


Training To Be Fired “Outskilling” is a new trend hitting workers across the country, but experts are not sure if this is the solution to the “automation takeover.” Programs are being developed and implemented to help workers prepare for potential layoffs by providing them skills and training to further their careers in an automated world, but no … Continue reading Loose Nuts- FAscinating News via PNUTs Newsletter I subscribe and recommend

Darius FoRoux Newsletter – I subscribe and recommend


On The Cyclical Nature Of Life 4 min read ​Read this on DariusForoux.com​ Up and down. That’s how you can describe real life in three words. But instead of accepting that life is cyclical, and that bad times are normal, we expect that we should always be on an upward cycle. Almost everything we do … Continue reading Darius FoRoux Newsletter – I subscribe and recommend

Wisdom Quotes


Don't try to be better than everyone else, be better than you were yesterday. I don't believe you have to be better than everybody else. I believe you have to be better than you ever thought you could be. (Ken Venturi) You can't discover new places if you never leave the comfort of your home. … Continue reading Wisdom Quotes

The adversarial culture in philosophy does not serve the truth | Aeon Ideas


via The adversarial culture in philosophy does not serve the truth | Aeon IdeasAdversarial criticism is commonly driven by a binary understanding of ideas. Claims are either true or false; arguments are either valid or invalid. If this understanding is correct, then the exclusion of false or invalid points does indeed seem to leave us … Continue reading The adversarial culture in philosophy does not serve the truth | Aeon Ideas

Ethical Alliance Daily News 


Ethical Alliance Daily News  United States: Food Company Reports Bribery, Environmental Issues to U.S. Authorities Jan 08, 2020 08:00 pm Landec Corp. , a California food company, has disclosed potential bribery and environmental law violations at a facility in Mexico to U.S. authorities. The Santa Clara, Calif.-based company is cooperating with investigations by the U.S. … Continue reading Ethical Alliance Daily News 

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Did you know... ... that today is Johnny Cash's Road Day? In 1982, the Johnny Cash Parkway opened in Hendersonville, Tennessee. John R. "Johnny" Cash, AKA "The Man In Black," was an American singer-songwriter, actor and author, who has been called one of the most influential musicians of the 20th century. ~~~ Today's Inspirational Quote: … Continue reading Did you know…

The adversarial culture in philosophy does not serve the truth | Aeon Ideas


via The adversarial culture in philosophy does not serve the truth | Aeon Ideas Adversarial criticism is commonly driven by a binary understanding of ideas. Claims are either true or false; arguments are either valid or invalid. If this understanding is correct, then the exclusion of false or invalid points does indeed seem to leave … Continue reading The adversarial culture in philosophy does not serve the truth | Aeon Ideas

WORD OF THE DAY


WORD OF THE DAY Superannuated soo-pər-ANN-yoo-ey-ted Part of speech: adjective Origin: Latin, 17th century 1 Outdated, or obsolete 2 Too old to work; retired due to old age Examples of Superannuated in a sentence "Every time Apple releases a new model, a wave of superannuated iPhones are discarded." "After a few accidents at work, he was superannuated and invited … Continue reading WORD OF THE DAY