Monthly Archives: April 2017

Is It Time to Dump the Elitist Term Expat?

The majority of expats are white. That said, the term may be extended to well-heeled others – Blacks, Arabs and Asians — who speak English well, and have professional jobs with white friends who include them in their social circles. … Continue reading

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Make Anything With Polycarbonate Fabrication

Polycarbonate is the most common fabrication material being used by many companies these days. It is a sort of plastic that can be used to produce a variety of materials; specifically in items that are impact resistant and transparent in … Continue reading

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Charter Schools: Whether or Not They’re Part of the Problem or Solution and 19+ Should-Know Facts

As you read on, keep these facts in mind: • The 2015 Kids Count report found that children living in poverty jumped from 18% to 22% between 2008 and 2013. • According to the 2013 U.S. Census Bureau, the child … Continue reading

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Sure It’s Fake – But the Hunger Is Real

Sometimes in anger, in fear, in haste, or maybe while being intoxicated, or consumed by infatuation, we speak, write, or through body language communicate to others a distorted version of what our true thoughts, opinions, or intentions are. Distortion happens … Continue reading

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Suicide Is Not an Escape Route for Problems

Suicide is about people willingly, intentionally or deliberately planning to end their lives on this earth plane for now, for reasons best known to them. The reason may be physical, emotional, spiritual, intellectual, financial, marital, educational or social. But, there … Continue reading

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