Monthly Archives: March 2013

Originally posted on Binkis Weblog:
Picture was shot by: Andy Teo (Flickr) This is an article I found over at “PositivelyPresent.com” just searching the net. I was going over the positive results of being open minded in my head, typed…

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Originally posted on Rosanne E. Lortz:
Sometimes when my blog sits forlorn for a three week span, it means that I haven’t been reading much and, consequently, have nothing to write about. Other times it means that I’ve been reading…

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Originally posted on Skaneateles:
In 1807, New York attorney John Treat Irving was waiting for his case to be called in court, and used the time to write a letter to his brother-in-law, John S. Furman of Skaneateles. Furman had…

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Originally posted on InTheMoment:
  President Barack Obama is looking to regain momentum against Republican nominee Mitt Romney at tonight’s debate, but a leading expert says that on Israel, at least, very few differences between the two candidates will emerge…

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Originally posted on Rosanne E. Lortz:
Born a slave in 1856, Booker T. Washington was only a child when the American Civil War commenced. After the war ended and the slaves were emancipated, young Booker moved to West Virginia with…

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Originally posted on Binkis Weblog:
Anyone ever wonder why we put Booker T. Washington on the” Binkis” Thousand Dollar Bill? Well check his Autobiography ” Up From Slavery ” The man had some great ideals and is a phenomenal inspiration…

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Originally posted on The Pantheistic Poet:
This was inspired by one of my favorite authors, Robert Greene. This is a 34-part haiku chain poem. Some of the haiku even rhyme. I think that I’ll call my rhyming haiku Haiku Rhyme…

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