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Ghost Ship Adrift

by dloriginal in Paranormal, April 9, 2012

April 5th, 2012 was the sinking of the Japanese ghost ship off the shores of Alaska the right thing to do?

Taking Old and Making New

by dloriginal in Activism, January 29, 2011

To old, to damaged, not to be used any more. Throw it out? NOT.

Until Death Do Us Part – Part One

by dloriginal in Relationships, January 23, 2011

Or at least, until something happens to change what you have so freely committed to.

Who are We Really?

by dloriginal in History, January 9, 2011

History – people, places, events of the past. Our ancestors, their lifestyles, customs and traditions, religious beliefs, social and culture patterns, their problems, aspirations and accomplishment.

Lost at Christmas

by dloriginal in Holidays, December 11, 2010

Remembering the events of what drove her away, she was now ready for whatever her future would hold good or bad.

Do Seasonal Agricultural Worker Programs Help or Hurt Our Communities?

by dloriginal in Economics, December 4, 2010

A program set up by the Government to match foreign workers with jobs in the farming sector which can not be filled by qualified workers and permanent residents of an area.

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