JOBzines

Top 10 — SUPER Job Interview Tips … By Kathleen MacNaughton

Use these interview tips for job hunting success! — . It’s a tough job market out there today. And getting the job you want requires more than just a killer resume. In other words, you can’t just sell yourself on paper. You also have to be able to do it in person–in a face-to-face job […]

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HEMPzines

Shakespeare and Cannabis? Seems So …

Did he “puff the light fantastic” or is it just a long establish method to relax the human body after working long hours, exactly as Elizabethans, and modern Americans use ale and wine. — BY DAVID PINCHING – . The recent discovery of a drug-tainted clay pipe in Stratford-upon-Avon, home of Shakespeare, has caused some fervent discussion on the topic of the Bard’s possible hemp usage. In early March of this year, some South African researchers explained that their chemical analysis of seventeenth century pipes had revealed traces of compounds created

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CRAFTzines

HANDMADE TURMERIC DYEING

—- Each Step Of Process —- Do By Hand — Solar Energy Made — By- Fibre2Fashion —   TURMERIC DYEING …       Introduction In recent years the usage of natural dyes and colors for fabric dyeing has witnessed its revival due to hazardous experience due to effects of synthetic dyes and chemicals. The natural dyes are eco-friendly, harmless and non-toxic in nature. Also, the usage of renewable sources of energy in textile and apparel industry has been increased due to many advantages associated with it. Solar energy usage

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ERAzines-60's/70's

1960’s: Glenn Gould’s Electronic Future IS NOW!

Pianist GLENN GOULD shook up the 1960’s by introducing innovative methods of translating music in a new and challenging style that has transended into the 21st century —- by T.L. Hubeart Jr. “One of the certain effects of the electronic age,” said idiosyncratic Canadian pianist Glenn Gould at the outset of a 1964 essay on Richard Strauss, “is that it will forever change the values that we attach to art.”{1} That statement is even more valid today than it was three decades ago–especially since, at the time of Gould’s death in

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BOOKzines

Lewis Carroll – The Hunting of the Snark

In 1876 Lewis Carroll published by far his longest poem – a fantastical epic tale recounting the adventures of a bizarre troupe of nine tradesmen and a beaver. Carrollian scholar, Edward Wakeling, introduces The Hunting of the Snark. Although best known as the author of Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland (1865) and Through the Looking-Glass (1871), Lewis Carroll – the pen-name of Charles Lutwidge Dodgson, a mathematical lecturer at Christ Church, Oxford – was also an avid reader and writer of poetry. He greatly enjoyed the poems of Victorian writers such

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SPORTSzines

MLB Outcomes Rigged By $$, Media, Egos & Influence

HOW BASEBALL ‘SCOUTS,’ FANS, HISTORY & PLAYER-HOPEFULS PAY THE PRICE … By Matt Helke & Mark Clayton – Editors, SPORTSzines ———-  How dare we make such outrageous claims? And how, you may wonder, would we come to such confrontational conclusions? Truthfully, it is easy to explain. Just ask the team owners, and the baseball statistical and SABERmetic and other game analytical specialists, and the MLB team general managers, and the MLB Administrators, and team bankers and accountants and CFOs, they had a hand in the overall MLB illusion whereby they offer monopolized,

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CAMPzines

7 Campsite Cooking Strategies —

Are you sick and tired of not knowing what to bring or what to cook when you go camping? Do you either pack the entire kitchen (including the sink) or you bring the absolute minimum and then have to use a fork as a spatula or two spoons as tongs? If that sounds even the slightest bit familiar then you are in the right place. Over the past decade or so I have refined a list of 7 things that I use every single time I prepare for my next

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GHOSTzines

10 TRUE Haunts To Consider

By Owen Jarus, Live Science Contributor … From a spooky 3,200-year-old tale written on broken pottery pieces to amateur YouTube videos of “ghost chases,” frightening tales of apparitions, demons and goblins have been documented since ancient times and continue to fascinate people today. Although these paranormal events aren’t supported by science, they have persisted throughout […]

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