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New Updates to the Blog

So that this doesn’t come as a surprise to the lovely readers of this blog, there are some changes and updates currently in progress. When you see the title of the blog pop out of your computer screen or you see the news story flowing into your favorite cup of ...

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That’s Not Nelson Mandela! Morgan Freeman mistaken for Mandela in India billboard gaffe

Well, what do you know . . . that case of mistaken identity keeps on going. An Indian owner of a billboard dedicated to Nelson Mandela was recently left red-faced after the discovery that a photo of actor Morgan Freeman was used instead of one of the anti-apartheid hero. The ...

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Indian Woman delivers 10 stillborn babies in one night

In what’s being hailed as a medical record in India, a 28-year-old woman in Madhya Pradesh gave birth to 10 babies in one night this week. All were stillborn. The Indo-Asian News Service reports that Anju Kushwaha delivered nine of the babies late Sunday night before she arrived at a ...

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Announcing NS Publishing

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The Healing Power of Love: Pope Francis blesses man with disfigured face

While many spiritual leaders preach the importance of compassion, Pope Francis gives us all yet another example of what it really looks like to live a compassionate and caring life. Just weeks after a photo of him kissing a man with a rare skin disorder moved many to tears, another ...

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“Niger Bridge can collapse sooner than planned.”: Authorities warn

According to the President of the Onitsha Chamber of Commerce, Tim Anosike, the Niger Bridge which connects Onitsha, Anambra State to Asaba, Delta State, is on the verge of collapse. Anosike said yesterday that the bridge might collapse much earlier than forecasted by its designers. He said this during a ...

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‘Photos can lie.’ Photographer defends Michelle Obama in the Obama selfie pictures that went viral

If you haven’t heard about or seen the Obama Selfie photos, then you probably have been laying low under a rock or something. At Nelson Mandela‘s memorial service held on Tuesday 10th December 2013, the world couldn’t stop buzzing about President Barack Obama taking a selfie with UK Prime Minister ...

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Facebook Might Add a “Sympathize” Button (So You Don’t Have to “Like” When Someone Dies)

Facebook might add a “Sympathize” button, an alternative to the “Like” button. Employee Dan Muriello says, “It would be, ‘Five people sympathize with this,’ instead of ‘Five people ‘like’ this.’…But we made a decision that it was not exactly the right time to launch that product. Yet.” The “Sympathize” button ...

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‘The Pope is a Figurehead.’ – Gabriel Byrne

Irish actor Gabriel Byrne, who has been openly critical of the Catholic Church in the past, is sounding off about Pope Francis. “Like Barack Obama, a bit like Tony Blair, he’s a figurehead, a CEO, a man who does the bidding of the masters who hide behind him,” Byrne said ...

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I AM NOT WONDERWOMAN!

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