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Shock in Athens: People Find Food in Garbage Bins
Fish eggs, rotten vegetables, cracked eggs, expired dairy products, a loaf of old bread… They pick everything they think they can eat from the big garbage bins standing outside super-markets and restaurants. They set aside their dignity and dig deep in the stinking bins to secure something to eat.
There is a song, Stray Cat Strut, by the Stray Cats, with the line “Get my dinner from a garbage can”. While eating garbage may be really unhealthy even for cats with nine lives, it is horrible to see the results of Friedmanite–Thatcheritevoodoo economicexperiments on human beings with just one life.
A piece, a handful of something eatable. Old and young, jobless and pensioners, Greeks and immigrants. People who cannot even afford to buy a loaf of bread…
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Friedman was an American economist and a leading US advocate of monetarism, the belief that a nation’s money supply is the chief determinant of its economy. He wrote numerous books and was a frequent television commentator and magazine columnist, which made him one of the most publicly familiar US economists. Friedman served as an adviser to US presidents Richard Nixon and Ronald Reagan. To what South American country did he provide economic advice following a military coup? More… Discuss
The fictional, crime-fighting vigilante known as The Shadow originally debuted as the announcer of Detective Story Hour, a radio program that was quickly eclipsed by the popularity of its own narrator. The following year The Shadow got his own magazine and became one of pulp fiction‘s most enduring heroes, entering film and television. The radio show was re-named The Shadow and ran for more than 25 years. What comic book hero refers to The Shadow as his “biggest inspiration”? More…Discuss
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Uganda’s president is urging citizens to refrain from having physical contact following the news that a person infected with the Ebola virusdied in the capital. Since the Ebola outbreak began in westernUganda three weeks ago, the virus has claimed at least 14 lives. It initially went undetected because patients were not showing some of the typical symptoms, such as hemorrhaging. Ebola is extremely virulent and often fatal. It has no known cure and no vaccine. Health officials hope that isolating those infected and disrupting the chain of transmission will be sufficient to contain the outbreak. More…Discuss
Johann Strauss II. – Geschichten aus dem Wiener Wald (Walzer, op.325) (Music for a Monday Afternoon)
As to the sufferers, whose sole inheritance was labor, and who had lost that inheritance; who could not get work, and consequently could not get wages, and consequently could not get bread; they were left to suffer on, perhaps inevitably left.
Scientists say warmer seas are responsible for the emergence of a gastroenteritis-causing group of bacteria in northern Europe and outbreaks elsewhere in the world. They found that every year that the Baltic Sea’s surface temperature rose one degree, the number of Vibrioinfections in the area rose by nearly 200 percent. These bacteria are generally found in tropical marine environments but are spreading in areas that are warming, and the Baltic Sea in particular has been warming at an unprecedented rate. Vibrio outbreaks have also been recorded in Chile, Peru, Israel, the northwestern US, and northwestern Spain and have been linked to warming in these regions. More…
A blowgun is a hollow tube out of which a dart or an arrow is blown. The projectile is usually tipped with a poison, like curare, to stun or kill prey. Usually used for hunting and rarely in warfare, blowguns vary in length from 18 in (45 cm) to over 23 ft (7 m) and are often crafted from cane or bamboo. The arrows, made to fit snugly in the gun’s tube, are fashioned from palm leaf midribs or bamboo splinters. Blowguns were widely used by prehistoric peoples and are still used in what locations? More…
The sport blowgun, called blowgun or blowpipe in English (and Fukiya in Japanese), is a sports of shooting of darts on target dot. The blowgun is a modern tube aluminum (max 122 cm, 1016 cm diameter) with a mouthpiece, which propels the breath of the drawer 5 small darts in steel with a small conical plastic.
The target is a single official printed A4 sheet and attached to a cardboard, foam, compressed straw or another. It has three circles of radius 3, 6 and 9 cm, equal to 7, 5 and 3 points from the center. The distance to the target ranges from 4 to 10 meters according to FSSA 1 .
For teaching in schools, mini-shields of archery will be used (with 5 colors from the periphery to the center: white, black, blue, red and yellow).
Historically, France, the blowgun sport was practiced in the mining areas of the departments of Nord and Loire . If this historical practice of the blowgun seems to have disappeared in the North, she is still alive in the region of Saint-Etienne (see article Sarbacane (Loire) ).
The practice of the blowpipe is not only very simple and surprising, but also has beneficial effects on health (abdominal and chest muscles, respiration, blood oxygenation, concentration, stress) and can be framed as young as 6 years. More…
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The miracle of nature: So easy to let miracles goes unnoticed, unless we take time to understand our role: Ia a reasoning species, how is it that we are so unreasonable? Thanks Ann for this video!