Cockatiels 0 comments on Curvy Crest

Curvy Crest

Pinky is happy to be sitting on the couch. You can tell by the very curvy crest he is displaying.

Photo by Shawn Thorpe.

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Neko Atsume, Other Video Games 0 comments on Neko Atsume: Mushroom House

Neko Atsume: Mushroom House

Neko Atsume is a game where the goal is to collect cats. Players do this by adding interesting items into their yard/home and waiting for the cats to use them.

The Mushroom House costs 25 gold fish in the Neko Atsume store. The flavor text for this item says: It’s as if a mushroom is growing in your room. A fluffy bed-house for cats. The inside is made of pure organic cotton.

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Diablo III, Diablo Seasons 0 comments on Season 18 (Season of the Triune) – Progress

Season 18 (Season of the Triune) – Progress

I started off Season 18 fairly early, but not on the first night it opened. Unfortunately, I was unable to create much content from it due to technical difficulties and chronic illness getting in the way.

Much of my time was spent playing Classic WoW with a friend. By the time I decided to focus on Season 18, it was nearly over. I didn’t get very far in the Season Journey this time around.

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Book Reviews, fiction 0 comments on Drinking Closer to Home – by Jessica Anya Blau

Drinking Closer to Home – by Jessica Anya Blau

Anna, Portia, and Emery – three siblings who are now adults, have returned to their parent’s home. Their mother, Louise, is in the hospital after suffering what has been described as a “massive” heart attack. The siblings are there to be able to visit their mother at the hospital, and also to provide emotional support for their father.

Drinking Closer to Home is about a quirky family, each with their own unique problems. It is about living through situations that I would consider to be neglect, and somehow, being able to come together as a family during difficult times.

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Coloring 0 comments on Johanna Basford 2019 Coloring Calendar – September

Johanna Basford 2019 Coloring Calendar – September

I have learned that my chronic illnesses make it extremely difficult, if not impossible, to complete a “do one every day” project. I end up finishing some, but not all, of the pages in a month before the calendar flips. As such, I have fallen behind.

That said, I did manage to complete all of the coloring pages for September 2019, so here they are!

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Medium 1 comment on The Rules of Impeachment

The Rules of Impeachment

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Impeachment is a rarely used process that is the first step towards removing a President from office. (It can also be used to remove judges and other governmental officials). Impeachment doesn’t refer to the removal of an elected official from office. Instead, it refers to a two-step process that could potentially, result in the removal of a specific government official.

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Planned Parenthood Awarded $2 Million in Damages Over Secretly Recorded Videos

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A federal jury in San Francisco found that the Center for Medical Progress (an anti-abortion group) and its president, David Daleiden, broke multiple federal laws when they secretly recorded and released (highly edited and altered) videos of Planned Parenthood employees.

Here are the facts about this lawsuit:

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