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Drowning on Dry Land by Carrie A. Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Tue 26 Aug 2008 4:05pm I'm getting caught up in the hom -hum- ness of life. It's like: wake up, pay the bills, make some jewelry, take pictures of said jewelry, do some more stuff, eat, shower, bed. Okay, I eat more than once. Still. And yet I'm not bored, I don't think. I don't feel like when I was 8, it was not, and Mommmmmm , t ... Read on »
How to protect yourself in Monsoons? {Guest Post} by Perfectskincare C. Facebook Posted Fri 10 Aug 2012 1:30am Monsoon season in India is something that everyone should strive to prepare for. Being prepared can help to prevent injury and emergency situations. Knowing how to prepare is critical because it will mean that you will have everything in place when the monsoons hit. The monsoon season in India is generally from June until September. ... Read on »
Last Judgement by Kate K. Patient Expert Posted Tue 26 Aug 2008 4:25pm I woke up this morning with a curious question in my mind: could the Last Judgement be real? ( I couldn't remember what I had been dreaming but I wasn't feeling particularly negative. ) In my ignorance of Christianity, I don't even really know what the Last Judgement is. I've never read about it in the Bible but I've seen many paintings of it a ... Read on »
Ancestral land (Πατρικά εδάφη) by Maria Verivaki Patient Expert Posted Sun 09 Oct 2011 12:00am Tune in every second day this week to see how we spent our family holiday in Central/Northern Greece.  Evritania is the most mountainous region in Greece. It remains the least accessible for this reason, but at the same time, it also contains some of the most dramatic landscapes you will encounter in the country: tall peaks with sudden d ... Read on »
Land Losses from Global Warming Threaten Countries by Carbon Fund Patient Expert Posted Tue 03 Mar 2009 2:18pm Remember the forced human relocation in the “BnL” satellite in the movie “WALL-E”? Considering climate change indications like rises in sea levels, maybe we will be saying hello to that kind of existence sooner. Global warming had been challenged and perceived as a latent disease. One of the loudest wake-up calls is the Maldives’ announcement that ... Read on »
MOOC Land by Dr. Larry W. Doctor of Philosophy Posted Thu 12 Sep 2013 1:38pm Having taught the first MOOC (massive open source course) in the state of New Hampshire (ok no big deal we are a small state but we do have a state university system with multiple campuses and a number of private colleges, including an Ivy) I have become a sort of point guy for talking about this type of teaching (perhaps “target” might be a be ... Read on »
This Land is Your Land...This Land is My Land by Tricia Posted Fri 12 Dec 2008 3:47pm When all is said and done, these United States, the populated areas anyway, all seem rather similar, eh? I was both relieved and a little bummed by this fact. But let's just say, I am not AS scared about moving to Maryland as I thought I might be. No, it's not Vermont. No place is. I will surely miss these green mountains. Once we are settled h ... Read on »
The Eagleman Has Landed! by Tri to Be Funny Patient Expert Posted Fri 17 Apr 2009 12:31am I'm absolutely beat, but preliminary results are: Swim: 49:58 I was totally trained, but COMPLETELY unprepared for the 3 foot waves in the bay. The Race Director called it the hardest swim ever. Even the pros were 5-6 minutes off from their usual times. It became more survival than swim for many of us. Bike: 3:03 ish (18.6 mph avg) It ... Read on »
I thought that I was in the land of the Bulldogs… by pennylope Posted Fri 14 Sep 2012 10:07pm On Saturday morning, I was getting ready to go out for an easy ride, leaving from the boathouse which is used as the transition area for Augusta 70.3.  I was minding my own business, just gazing out at the dock that you pass right before exiting the Augusta 70.3 swim course. Beautiful, right?  Sure…if you don’t know about all the se ... Read on »
Getting trashed by runner716 Posted Fri 26 Jun 2009 6:39pm For the last week and a half, my goal has been to get trashed every day. No, not that kind of trashed. Trashed as in trying to make my body hurt, trying to tear my legs down until my quads feel like they’ve been sent through a meat grinder, trying to force my heart rate so high its on the verge of beating right out of my chest, trying to ... Read on »