Monthly Archives: February 2014

Paradise Found

Great Kiskadees It’s a warm foggy day on the Island.  Decided to take a break from the story I’m working on, stepped out my back door for a needed break and saw two of these beautiful creatures playing on the … Continue reading

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You Wear Your Heart Where?

I’ve never fully understood this heart on the sleeve thing.  A lot of people mention it when describing themselves.  Whether it’s a good thing or a bad thing, I really can’t say.  After all these years of hearing people talk … Continue reading

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Catching Up With World’s Most Interesting Man: In Sochi?

WMIM with friends at a Sochi night spot. During his coverage of the Winter Games, T.A.I.’s correspondent, P.B. Livs recently caught up with the World’s Most Interesting Man, Ernesto Lamas  in Sochi.  Ernesto’s appearance in Sochi created  quite a buzz … Continue reading

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Advice to Senior Citizens Wintering in Deep South Texas

February is drawing to a close and so is another season for the hundreds of thousands that flee their northern homes to escape the brunt of winter.  The migrating herd consists primarily of retirees, farmers, or seasonal workers from the … Continue reading

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Noam Chomsky: Food for Thought in a Reason Starved World

“The point of public relations slogans like “Support our troops” is that they don’t mean anything… That’s the whole point of good propaganda. You want to create a slogan that nobody’s going to be against, and everybody’s going to be … Continue reading

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Honoring the Invisible Olympians: Spotlight on Serbia’s Ivana Kovacevic

  On Thursday, at the Ladies 10km Classic, Poland’s Justyna Kowalczyk crossed the finish to take Gold. A full 17 minutes behind Kowalczyk, a determined 19 year-old struggled to climb the final hill, going so slowly that race officials were … Continue reading

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Honoring the Invisible Olympians: Spotlight on Hungary’s Anna Berecz

From Budapest, Hungary, Anna first tried skiing at the age of one and a half.  She has since made the most of her talents.  The sport of Alpine Skiing has afforded her many advantages one might not have hailing from … Continue reading

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