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Iceland urges customers to make its banned Christmas TV ad go viral

November 11, 2018

Iceland’s Christmas ad, which is focused on the impact of palm oil on the environment, has been banned from TV for breaching political ad rules.

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Brazil’s New President Openly Threatens Genocide of Indigenous Amazonians

November 7, 2018

Along with his pledge to sell off their rainforest home to agribusiness and mining, Bolsonaro has said openly “minorities will have to adapt … or simply disappear”

Brazil’s new president, Jair Bolsonaro, campaigned on a plan to sell off major portions of the Amazon rainforest to agribusiness, mining. and hydro-power.

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November 2, 2018

Conversations with Sasquatch (part 1)

Although some call him Bigfoot, Yeti, Yowie, Babaloo, Misabe, and a variety of other names, I call him Sasquatch, one of his most famous names, coming from the Coast Salish language of so-called BC. I say him, although this specie of two-leggeds also has genders and families, but the ones who choose to show themselves and interact with us Humans are most often wise older males, protectors of their tribe.

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Conversations with a Guardian Collective known as ‘sasquatch’

October 29, 2018

Woman refuses to feed raven. Raven comes back with a surprise.

October 28, 2018
“I used to feed the ravens, usually a box of Kraft dinner. I’d just put the food in the front yard for them. Then one day I was miserable and tired, and when a raven tapped its beak on my window looking for food, I screamed at it, ‘I’m sick of feeding you! Bring ME something for a change!’. Then the raven looked at the food and then looked at me and took off without eating anything. In about half an hour it came back with this big white eagle feather and dropped it on the patio, then looked at me and then ate its food. My husband was flabbergasted. It kind of spooked me but I still love ravens.” — Lorna
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Aluminum hydroxide injections lead to motor deficits and motor neuron degeneration

October 18, 2018


Gulf War Syndrome is a multi-system disorder afflicting many veterans of Western armies in the 1990–1991 Gulf War. A number of those afflicted may show neurological deficits including various cognitive dysfunctions and motor neuron disease, the latter expression virtually indistinguishable from classical amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) except for the age of onset.
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Quote of the day

October 13, 2018