Monthly Archives: November 2010

Social networking…guilty until proven innocent.

ShareTweet I’m not a gadget guy, I can’t keep up with the latest technology and I don’t want too. I think many gadgets got it right a long time ago.  I don’t want their newer version.  But because I don’t … Continue reading

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The Last Giant

ShareTweet Andre Roussimoff was a French wrestler and actor better known as Andre the Giant. He was a gigantic being whose height and weight were never officially recorded. Like the giants of legend the exact dimensions of Andre the Giant … Continue reading

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Feeling The Energy

ShareTweet Maybe you have read about the healing power of chi or ki energy or heard it described but feel you will never experience this “mysterious” phenomenon yourself. Though differing from many western concepts there are physiological explanations for this … Continue reading

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The Oldest Shoes In The World

ShareTweet The oldest shoes in the world are a collection of sagebrush sandals discovered in a cave near Fort Rock, Oregon. The sandals were covered by a deep layer of volcanic ash and have been carbon-dated as over ten-thousand years … Continue reading

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College Football

ShareTweet There are four college football games today that pit two ranked teams against each other. Let’s take a look at each of them… #14 Virginia Tech at #24 Miami The Hokies have won 8 straight since dropping an early … Continue reading

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The Healing Power of Animals

ShareTweet Animals are awesome! It’s difficult to feel sad when observing or interacting with animals- wild or domestic. People often speak of a connection that goes deeper than words and seems to speak of a shared past. Scientific research has … Continue reading

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Why Is The Sound Of OM?

ShareTweet If you have ever attended a yoga class (or seen one on tv!) you undoubtedly have heard the long chanted OM sound that begins and ends the period of exercise. The sound is often described in metaphorical terms by … Continue reading

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Take the Money and Run

ShareTweet With every sports reporter on the planet consumed with whether Cam Newton took money to play college football, I thought I would make it easy for them. Cam Newton and his father Cecil knowingly asked for cash to play … Continue reading

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A River of Health

ShareTweet Along with the respiratory(breathing) and circulatory(bloodstream) systems, the lymphatic system plays a crucial role in maintaining and regaining health against illness. The lymphatic system creates and distributes the clear fluid that lubricates our joints and brain and is crucial in carrying … Continue reading

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College Football in November

ShareTweet The college football season enters enters the final month of the regular season this weekend with 5 match ups of ranked teams. Let’s take a look at each of them #22 Baylor at #19 Oklahoma State Nope, this is … Continue reading

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