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Megan Meier: Internet hoax victim


Social networking and it's pros and cons have been debated since the popularity of such sites as Myspace, Facebook and Twitter have increased and become part of the new Internet age. The Megan Meier’s story is particularly disturbing and has all the elements that are facilitating an adolescent epidemic of risk taking and poor judgment.… Continue reading Megan Meier: Internet hoax victim

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History lesson


History serves to inform and prepare. In order to learn we must be acutely aware.  When all has been tried, nothing being a mystery, How are we expected to appreciate history? The most brilliant minds that came before us. The teachers, our heroes, and always the infamous. Einstein, Tesla and Salvador Dali, Allowing every sense… Continue reading History lesson

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Artists on Art


This is a compilation of views from some of the greatest artists on art itself. They not only created beautiful masterpieces, but tried to understand their role in the process. Their views vary, some are spiritual about their work, others are ambivalent, and others are emotional. The common thread is that living life and art… Continue reading Artists on Art

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Oscar Wilde on the Subject of Womend


Women are never disarmed by compliments.  Men always are. That is the difference between the sexes. All women become like their mothers. That is their tragedy. No man does.  That's his. Men always want to be a woman's first love - women like to be a man's last romance. A man can be happy with… Continue reading Oscar Wilde on the Subject of Womend