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Did Charging Cell Phones Start This California Boat Fire

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The Coast Guard released footage of the September 2nd 2019, morning boat fire which killed 34 peopleThe Coast Guard found that all six crew members were asleep when the fire started. The fire sank the boat off the coast of Santa Cruz and all the crew except for one who was sleeping below deck escaped. Everyone […]

The Last Black Man in San Francisco; It Can Happen Anywhere

​I woke up at 4:00 am this morning and eyeballed my Feedly feed. I was enjoying the time off from my day job when I ran across an article that summoned my undivided attention. The Last Back Man in San Francisco. What could this be about? In today’s America, anything can and will happen.  This is […]

Joy Ann Reid Schools Killer Mike on Instagram, Twitter Reacts

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Now, I’m not a Killer Mike fan. In fact, although I’ve heard his name before, I know very little about him. Whenever I hear his name, I think of Marines and L.A. Street gangs. Although they’re two completely different types of groups and I doubt Mike could make through Marine Boot Camp, both like to use colorful […]

The more things change

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I’m sure that you’ve heard the saying’the more things change, the more they stay the same. Some things never change. And as quiet as it’s kept, some do. Just when I thought the world was going to hell in a hand-basket, (it is) I ran across this video on YouTube. I hope it brightens up […]

Unique Russian Women’s Dance Group You Never Heard Of

Recently Russia did some low down dastardly things to America. Lately, we’ve heard so much about how Putin tried to influence our last  Presidential election that it’s easy to forget that ordinary everyday Russians are no different from us. Today while I was roaming the internet, I found a mesmerizing video of a Russian women’s […]

Katherine Johnson NASA Original Hidden Figure and Wonder Woman

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This week 99-year-old NASA groundbreaker, Katherine Johnson was honored during a ribbon-cutting ceremony. A remarkable mathematician Katherine Johnson’s contributions were crucial to the success of NASA’s first space missions. In her honor,  this week NASA opened the Katherine G. Johnson Computational Research Facility. The Research Facility is another example of how things will never be the same […]

What Makes America Great Now

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What makes America Great

What makes America great now? Our great country’s current political climate is putting all our differences on display for the whole world, and that’s a good thing. Think about it, even if our present day government can’t succeed in building a “solar wall” on our southern border, it’s becoming quite successful at getting people to put […]