Earlier this year the Guardian vetoed HP sauce for its readers on the grounds that it is the sauce of the establishment. In May, the newspaper then went on to criticise tea drinkers, who… Continue reading The post Is your barbecue racist? The Guardian would like to know appeared first on Spectator Blogs.
It's hard not to let your jaw drop right to the ground reading about the experience the lawyer of artist Atena Farghadani had after being arrested for shaking his client's hand: two prisons, multiple interrogations, a total of four days swept out of his world and into that of the prisoner. Show More Summary
Pin it Welcome to Redeem Your Ground's Doug Scott, an Atlanta landscape designer, blogger, husband, and father of two young daughters. This is the first in a series of posts he'll share this month on basic gardening and how to create...Show More Summary
In case you were wondering, if you run over a police officer with your ATV and knock him to the ground, the NYPD will make it their mission to find you—the way they are hunting for this guy. [ more › ]
“Unless there is a fault, sir,” a voice on the phone tells George, “there are no grounds for replacing or returning your assigned care unit.” “Your assigned care unit.” Finally, some straight-up dystopian language. “Episode 2” movesShow More Summary
Hammocks are a great alternative to camping on the ground in a tent. You don’t have to worry about finding flat and level ground to pitch a tent, you don’t have to worry about rain flooding your tent at night, or about nasty spiders and snakes crawling into bed with you. Show More Summary
Finally, a boot camp where you’re encouraged to get your head in the clouds…er, the cloud. If you’re trying to establish any kind of cloud-based service, for yourself or a client, Amazon’s Web Services takes away the massive problem of actually … Read more ›
Savage Minds welcomes guest blogger Lindsay Bell In the middle of the teaching term, summer is the far away season where you imagine that all of your academic, and possibly creative, writing projects will get off the ground. It is an oasis over the desert horizon. When summer finally arrives, you realize the large, luscious … Continue reading Summer Writing: Practice Community ?
Whether I was commuting on Pennsylvania’s rock-ribbed highways, escaping the teeth-grinding stress of graduate school, or just trying to feed my creativity, these podcasts have always been there to me grounded and focused.
CASCADE, Colorado — Matt Stys funnels a mound of finely ground God?s Gift, a sativa strain of marijuana, into his multicolored glass bowl and takes a hit. ?It allows the images and all the things in your head to lose focus and drift away for a while,? says Stys as wisps of smoke curl from...
FIND YOUR PERFECT BEACH IN TEXAS, with the Texas Coasts Web App. Bryan Preston emails: “It’s a web app guide to all 600+ beaches, boat ramps, camp grounds etc on the Texas gulf coast. We built it at GLO because we’re the agency that’s charged with keeping the state’s beaches open for everyone, and because […]
In recent years, Ruby on Rails has become one of the most popular frameworks for web-app development. BaseRails teaches it from the ground up, using projects to give you hands-on practice. Over seven courses, you learn first the fundamentals, and then the more advanced end of coding with Ruby. Show More Summary
It’s a holiday week amid the lazy days of summer, but there’s still been plenty going on around Microsoft. Round out your weekend of barbecues, parades and fireworks with our quick guide to the week’s most inspiring news and tech highlights. Show More Summary
Congratulations on your efforts to educate the patient on the efficacy of the term “bigot.” He appears, finally, to appreciate that its use confers upon him the status of the aggrieved (and, thus, the moral high ground) in any debate. Indeed, where properly used, it forecloses debate altogether. Show More Summary
America is quickly becoming more politically polarized. And a growing number of Americans' opinions on issues are either consistently liberal or consistently conservative, with less and less common ground. In other words, ideological orientation is aligning more and more with political-party leaning. Show More Summary
Learn proper weight distribution and ground down through your standing leg with these tips for Extended Hand-to-Big-Toe Pose from teacher Siri Peterson. The post Extended Hand-to-Big-Toe Pose: How to Stay Grounded appeared first on Yoga Journal.
BUYERS: Jonny Lee Miller and Michele Hicks LOCATION: New York City, NY PRICE: $2,105,000 SIZE: 1,665 square feet, 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms YOUR MAMA’S NOTES: A late-night digital communiqué from our gal on the ground in New York City, Polly Wannacracker, let us know — and property records do indeed show — that married actors Jonny... Read more »
We are forever confined to our own minds and bodies. Unsurprisingly, then, it's easy to become so consumed by your own experience that you lose sight of what others may be experiencing, or how to ground your own experiences in context. Show More Summary
Originally posted by Moon Valley Canine Training in Sonoma, CA, this handy tip tells you exactly how to know when the ground is too hot for your pup's feet. If you can't hold your hand on the pavement for at least five seconds, you can be sure your dog won't be able to handle walking on it. Show More Summary
Although the FICO score continues to dominate the credit landscape, a rival tool is gaining ground