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|Just so we’re all clear, it is okay to miss people you no longer want in your life (idea)|
I saw a macro today that read, "Just so we’re all clear, it is okay to miss people you no longer want in your life."
Useful advice, that.
The decision to cut ties with someone who is a close blood relative or someone who occupies an important emotional role in your life is never an easy one. Sometimes, removing someone important from your life seems about as appealing as cutting off your own arm or leg, but it has to be done to preserve your own mental or physical health. ...
|Submariner, in the dust of Iraq (person)|
|My daughter became a Navy wife at the age of eighteen. College was interrupted and she ended up living in Groton, Connecticut military housing. We visted a few times, pretty bleak place which she tried to make home by stencilling decorative borders, and a sofa with colorful pillows. Our family went on a tour of the submarine. ... |
|The Most Difficult Part of the Story: Beginning, Middle or End? (how-to)|
|What’s the most difficult part of writing a fiction story? The beginning, middle, or end?|
The answer to that question will vary widely depending on the writer and his or her particular fiction project. Most of us start writing a story or novel for a particular reason: we had a compelling ...
|Trent affair (event)|
The Trent affair was probably the closest that Britain came to intervening in the American Civil War and maybe even going to war against the Union. Although we wouldn't like to admit it now, most of the British establishment and the richer parts of British society actually felt much more sympathy for the Confederate side in the civil war than they did for the Union, and when a British mail ship was boarded by Union forces and some of its passengers arrested, it looked like war might be looming.
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- We start with 'Naka Michi', a poem set to music by JohnnyGoodyear
- waverider37 discusses the concept of a 365 Project
- Jet-Poop reads his spectacularly creepy 'Autumn Straw'
- bwerdmuller brings us Glowing Fish's rant about MySpace
- Oolong reads ZorroBandito's notes on the curious yellow-billed magpie
- The podcast closes with Tales of MYSTERY and the UNEXPLAINED by the late WolfDaddy, read by Jet-Poop
This podcast is hosted on SoundCloud.