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Crime
Jump to new posts The Dating Game Serial Killer by Vance - Crime/History Ed. @ Today at 12:38 AM

Click on the link below to read about a serial killer named Rodney Alcala, who appeared on and won the Dating Game television show in 1978. The woman who picked him got to talk with him after the show and he just "creeped her out" and she l
Orchids
Jump to new posts Re: Whitefly Infestation by Anu D - Orchids @ Yesterday at 11:21 PM

I have been spraying water on the leaves, especially on the lower surface. This has helped keep down the whitefly populations. 'Persistent is the key'
Orchids
Jump to new posts Dendrobium Farmeri - Farmer's Dendrobium by Anu D - Orchids @ Yesterday at 11:14 PM

The uniquely shaped stems (also called canes) of Dendrobium farmeri bears beautiful and sometimes scented flowers. Check out the cultivation details of this beautiful orchid. Dendrobium Farmeri - Farmer's Dendrobium
Astronomy
Jump to new posts Re: Pluto - it's a whole new story now by Mona - Astronomy @ Yesterday at 10:23 PM

Earlier this month Chandra X-ray Observatory released some interesting results. They made four X-ray observations of Pluto which complemented the data from New Horizons and optical telescopes. There is X-ray emission coming from Pluto. Quote:Duri
Tea
Jump to new posts China Loves British Tea, How Ironic (Article) by Ninjahedgewych @ Yesterday at 08:15 PM

In the article you say "In Britain, sugars and milk or creams and lemon may be added to their tea, but China does prefer not adding them.". I think you may be confusing putting cream in tea, which I have never seen done, with a Cream Tea
Weight Loss
Jump to new posts Re: I'm looking for solution with overweight! by selen @ Yesterday at 07:52 PM

How you feel now?
Yoga
Jump to new posts Re: What Yoga did you Do Today? by Nancy Roussy @ Yesterday at 06:18 PM

I am still waiting for that email from Bella Online.
Clairvoyance
Jump to new posts Re: Christmas Spider by Nancy Roussy @ Yesterday at 04:29 PM

Caught a big one on the floor of the biggest room of the basement this morning !
Meditation
Jump to new posts Re: Lisa's Daily 10pm EST / 8pm MST Meditation by Lisa LowCarb / VideoGames @ Yesterday at 03:09 PM

Evening meditation time. Wonderful writing group tonight. We all help each other reach our dreams. One step at a time. Take five minutes to meditate with me and find the focus to move toward your own dreams! #Namaste
Virus & Spam
Jump to new posts Panda Internet Security Free by Nancy Roussy @ Yesterday at 03:04 PM

Anybody is using this product? Ad Aware told me today I had twenty-five days to download the new version so I did it and a few seconds after it was done instead of the activated message in green it became red and it told me I was not protected, afte
Astronomy
Jump to new posts Re: Europa - subsurface ocean by Mona - Astronomy @ Yesterday at 01:01 PM

Why is NASA so excited about plumes on Europa? With a liquid ocean, even if it is well below the surface, primitive life might exist. But even if a probe and lander was sent to Europe, it wouldn't be able to drill through the ice down to the ocean.
Astronomy
Jump to new posts Re: Rosetta mission nearly over - and Philae was found by Mona - Astronomy @ Yesterday at 12:50 PM

Rosetta has flown about 6.4 billion miles during her mission. But the mission ends on Friday - the rest of her travels will be around and around the Sun on a comet, but ESA won't be able to talk to her after Friday. Why is the mission ending? ESA
Astronomy
Jump to new posts Re: Heavenly Art by Mona - Astronomy @ Yesterday at 12:39 PM

Irish artist Aoife van Linden Tol has been named artist-in-residence of a project being undertaken by Ars Electronica and the European Space Agency (ESA), the first person ever to take on this key role. You can read more about the project here. Slig
Astronomy
Jump to new posts Re: Astro Photographer of the Year 2016 *new article* by Mona - Astronomy @ Yesterday at 12:18 PM

Here is Twilight Aurora, the winner in the Aurorae category. The photographer was Gy├Ârgy Soponyai (Hungary). He said Quote:On the evening of the total solar eclipse in Spitsbergen . . . a very impressive Aurora Borealis was visible. [The] Sun wa
Low Carb
Jump to new posts Re: What's your Typical Daily Menu? by Nancy Roussy @ Yesterday at 09:19 AM

I forgot to mention that there was also onion salt with the bows.
Dreams
Jump to new posts Re: What did you dream about last night? by Nancy Roussy @ Yesterday at 07:50 AM

Another dream came back to me when I was about to eat my breakfast. I was making a toast, I looked at the toaster and it was set near the highest level so I put the bread in but when it came back up it was white and cold but I took it anyway and whe
Inspiration
Jump to new posts Re: Where are you and how is the weather? by Angie @ Yesterday at 07:20 AM

The sun came out yesterday afternoon and I thought we would have a nice day today. But, lo and behold, it rained during the night and again a couple of hours ago. It is damp and overcast.
Sewing
Jump to new posts Harvest Mantel Pennants by Cheryl - Sewing Editor @ Yesterday at 07:03 AM

Draping the colors of autumn on a fireplace mantel evoke the seasonal abundance of harvest time. Sew triangular pennant shapes selecting fabrics in the brilliant golds, yellows, oranges, browns and reds that remind us of the changing colors of leaves
Inspiration
Jump to new posts Re: What will you do today? by Nancy Roussy @ Yesterday at 06:04 AM

Yesterday I went to bed at 3:08 and got up at 11:30. I did something important, washed a load of laundry (1 pajama + 1 panties + 1 pair of socks), contacted SFS for a two-hundred-twelveth time, watched Dr Phil at 15:00, SpongeBob SquarePants at 17:00
Fiction Writing
Jump to new posts Re: What Did You Write Today? by Lisa LowCarb / VideoGames @ 09/27/16 01:18 PM

Asperger's Diner cozy mystery book 9 is loading live onto Amazon! Hurrah! Now to write book 10 so I can compile the boxed set. What are you writing tonight?
Pop Music
Jump to new posts Re: Songs you like but are embarassed to admit by Nancy Roussy @ 09/27/16 12:09 PM

I am embarrassed of a few things but never of what I listen and watch, not even things I loved when young and is now awful.
Frugal Living
Jump to new posts Re: What did you SPEND money on today? by Nancy Roussy @ 09/27/16 12:03 PM

Just made an order on Ardene (115,89$ for 8 shirts - 11,20$ discount - free shipping) this will be enough to fill what is left as far as the space in my drawers goes except for the three that have Minions shirts, the two drawers of the bed are empty
Drama Movies
Jump to new posts Viola Davis, Denzel Washington Film and Trailer by Angela - Drama Movies @ 09/27/16 10:32 AM

The first official trailer for "Fences", starring Viola Davis and Denzel Washington, was released today. Washington also directs this adaptation of August Wilson's Pulitzer Prize-winning play. Washington and Davis won Tony Awards when appea
Astronomy
Jump to new posts Re: Astronomy On This Day . . . by Mona - Astronomy @ 09/27/16 03:18 AM

On this day in 1814 - September 27th - American astronomer and mathematician Daniel Kirkwood was born. Kirkwood studied asteroid orbits, and discovered that there were several gaps in the orbits. They're now named Kirkwood gaps and are caused by Ju
Pagan
Jump to new posts Cannabis and Magick by Ninjahedgewych @ 09/26/16 11:39 PM

With the rise in use of Cannabis for various purposes I thought an article on how it is used in magick now, and historically, might be of interest.
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The Dating Game Serial Killer
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Crime
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Whitefly Infestation
by Anu D - Orchids
Orchids
Yesterday at 11:21 PM
Dendrobium Farmeri - Farmer's Dendrobium
by Anu D - Orchids
Orchids
Yesterday at 11:14 PM
Pluto - it's a whole new story now
by Mona - Astronomy
Astronomy
Yesterday at 10:23 PM
China Loves British Tea, How Ironic (Article)
by Ninjahedgewych
Tea
Yesterday at 08:15 PM
I'm looking for solution with overweight!
by selen
Weight Loss
Yesterday at 07:52 PM
What Yoga did you Do Today?
by Nancy Roussy
Yoga
Yesterday at 06:18 PM
Spiders!
by Nancy Roussy
Clairvoyance
Yesterday at 04:29 PM
Lisa's Daily 10pm EST / 8pm MST Meditation
by Lisa LowCarb / VideoGames
Meditation
Yesterday at 03:09 PM
Panda Internet Security Free
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Virus & Spam
Yesterday at 03:04 PM
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