During the Battle of Shiloh in 1862, 3000 soldiers died and 16,000 were wounded. Soldiers often succumbed to the worst of deaths, bacterial. They marched on, in spite of wounds in horrible conditions and weakened immune systems, unable to fight these bacteria. Show More Summary
For pure entertainment value, Saturday night's CIF state championship Open Division bowl game between Corona Centennial and Concord De La Salle at StubHub Center provided more oohs and ahhs than any roller coaster ride.
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On December 20, 1943, exactly 71 years ago to the day, a badly damaged American bomber was flying over German airspace. Piloting the plane was a 21-year-old on his first mission. Half his crew lay wounded or dead. A German fighter flew in and lined up right behind the bomber. Piloting that fighter was one of […]
It seems as if more and more baby boomers are moving abroad for retirement. The post Five enticing reasons for boomers to stay retired overseas appeared first on BoomerCafe.
Should we just get rid of grand juries altogether? That’s a big question many folks are rightly asking, from average citizens marching through streets for justice on freezing days to thought leaders and activists searching for next steps as frustrations boil over. The question isn’t new, either, especially in discussions of police brutality, misconduct and excessive force.
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There's a fine line between fun and terrifying indeed. The post Climb a Rock Face Barehanded. No Ropes. Your Safety Net? A Parachute. appeared first on The Good Men Project.
The SPCA says "Dogs this smart deserve a home." How about a paycheck? The post Driving Dogs? Is Man’s Best Friend His Next Chauffeur? appeared first on The Good Men Project.
We've long been told to seize the day, but Luke Davis thinks it's time to challenge the monsters that live in the dark and reclaim the night as well. The post Carpe Noctem — Seize the Night appeared first on The Good Men Project.
Even though Aunt Junes' sweater with the ruffles and sparkly snowflakes isn't your style, you can't let on like her gift sucks until after she leaves.
Jason Offutt’s first novel, “A Funeral Story,” is here. Flirting with the bereaved isn’t easy Deever Dickson is a normal guy. He has friends, mows the lawn, bowls on Saturday, and hates his job. But Deever has a secret. A secret that rates so high on the Creepometer he can’t tell anyone – ever. Show More Summary
Asking yourself, "where is the hope in today's world?" Check out this 2 minute video from a guy who has had enough of violence against women, and then share it The post Can Hip-Hop Prevent Honor Killings? appeared first on The Good Men Project.
From an eating disorder, to relationship fears, this helped Hilary Lauren turn life's mountains into molehills. The post The Only Thing You Need to Know to Get Over Anything appeared first on The Good Men Project.
It is a badge of honor – and a sign of true wisdom – for any man to proudly call himself a Feminist. The post 7 Reasons All Men Should Be Proud Feminists appeared first on The Good Men Project.
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The California Interscholastic Federation continues to seek ways to increase fan and school interest in its state championship football bowl games, with the latest effort an expected increase in the number of teams participating in bowl games in 2015.
This has never happened before yet we witnessed it. Sony pulled a movie "The Interview" because of threats from a group of hackers. These hackers sat half way around the world and got into Sony's offices and twisted their arm. The sheer magnitude of this episode is mind boggling. Show More Summary
More than a few Christian pastors call for horrific treatment of LGBT people including shame, ostracism, psychiatric abuse and even death. One woman walks into their churches and confronts them face to face. This is her story. The post...Show More Summary
Adherents of Tibetan Buddhism believe the Dalai Lama, the religion’s highest spiritual authority, has been reincarnated in an unbroken line for centuries. But the current Dalai Lama says he may be the last.