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1. Environmental Disasters of World War II
Environmental Disasters of World War II
Millions of people visit the U.S.S. Arizona Memorial at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, every year, and one of the enduring images many of them take away is the oil still leaking from the wreck of the stricken battleship, 70 years after she was sunk during the Japanese attack that brought the United States...
Culture & Society - Sat, 13 Sep 2014 04:21:34
2. 12 Things I Still Don't Get About America
...part of me is still convinced that I'm among an alien species. Perhaps it's because I can't see why anyone would want to tip a boatload of perfectly good tea into a harbour. Perhaps it's the way their presidents aren't elected by real people. Perhaps all those Hollywood movies in which aliens ...
Entertainment - Thu, 17 May 2012 19:57:17
3. Around the United States in 50 Half Marathons
As you may have read in my profile, my wife and I set the goal a couple of years ago of completing a half marathon in all 50 states. Why half and not full? Well, a few reasons. My wife completed one full marathon, said, "OK, done that, never again" and crossed it off her bucket list. As for me, ...
sports-and-recreation - Tue, 17 Apr 2012 03:55:46
4. Generations Remembered
A few years ago I was contacted by a gentleman with the same last name as me: which got my attention right away, since there aren't that many of us about. (My Squidoo username is not my real name.) He explained that, as a hobby, he researched the genealogy of our surname, and needed my assistance...
relationships-and-family - Sun, 20 May 2012 08:57:17
5. The Church and the Rise of the West
After the fall of Rome in 476, the lands she had controlled dissolved quickly into a stewpot of barbarian territories, administered under varying degrees of anarchy. An empire which at its height had stretched from the Atlantic to India now had no centralized government. The Christian Church, wh...
culture-and-society - Sun, 20 May 2012 08:36:25
6. UK Comedy Classics: Red Dwarf
Dave Lister is the last human alive. But he's not alone. Red Dwarf is the classic, long-running BBC sci-fi spoof created by Rob Grant and Doug Naylor, set on board a vast mining ship stranded 3 million years from Earth following a nuclear accident that wiped out the entire crew... or almost the ...
Entertainment - Sat, 10 Mar 2012 04:53:19
7. Marathon Tourism
In my lens Around the United States in 50 Half Marathons, I chronicle the progress my wife and I are making in our quest to complete a half marathon in every state of the Union, with a brief review and account of our experiences of each race. The burgeoning popularity of marathons, half marathon...
travel-and-places - Thu, 08 Mar 2012 18:06:41
8. Photographs of the Last Day
My father's favourite pastime was hiking, and he died suddenly on his way home from one 25 years ago. There were no such things as mobile phones in those days so we didn't immediately know how he'd spent his last day on the planet, other than doing something he loved. Among his effects was his ca...
books-poetry-writing - Sat, 14 Jan 2012 07:04:46
9. UK Comedy Classics: One Foot in the Grave
Created by the esteemed comedy writer David Renwick, One Foot in the Grave follows the misadventures of Victor Meldrew, an average man in late middle age who is forced into involuntary retirement and decides to fight back against a world he is convinced is out to get him. With his long-suffering...
Entertainment - Thu, 01 Mar 2012 06:19:50
10. UK Comedy Classics: Father Ted
The brainchild of writing team Graham Linehan and Arthur Mathews, Father Ted is indisputably one of the great TV comedies of the 1990s. With an Irish setting and cast but funded and produced by Britain's Channel 4, the show chronicled the lives of a set of misfit priests banished, for reasons of ...
Entertainment - Thu, 01 Mar 2012 04:57:18
11. Life Truths We've Learned from TV and Movies
Ok, so we all know that what we see when we push the "On" button on the remote or sit down in the dark in a room reeking of popcorn is fantasy... right? Well, maybe. Sometimes it's hard to make the distinction, particularly when the same things keep happening over and over again onscreen, so of...
Entertainment - Thu, 23 Feb 2012 18:15:02

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