Monthly Archives: May 2004

The History of Credit and Debt

Athenian silver “owls” coins “Many believe we live in a time when our creditors force us into money troubles. When we find ourselves with a debt burden, the common lament is that we are victims of moneylenders, payday loan outfits, … Continue reading

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Europe Supported By Africa & America

Europe Supported By Africa & America By William Blake Engravings for J. G. Stedman, Narrative, of a five years’ expedition, against the Revolted Negroes of Surinam, in Guiana, on the Wild coast of South America; from the year 1772, to … Continue reading

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“I really don’t know where to start with this diary, it’s absolutely WONDERFUL. There are really two ways to write in a diary. The rarest form is where the author writes with the intension of no one reading it (or … Continue reading

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The Bad Handwritor Index

Beatles Handwriten Lyrics Sheets The Bad Handwritor Index

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“The written form of Sign Language is the picture-writing also called Pictography and Ideography, because it represents ideas and not words or letters. It is widely believed that Sign Language is the oldest of all languages; that indeed it existed … Continue reading

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The Sorting Game

“How easy is it to group people into “races” based on appearance? What about using individual traits? Does everybody classify the same way? Try your hand at “sorting” individuals and see if it matches how people think of themselves. Or … Continue reading

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O DANDELION, rich and haughty, King of village flowers! Each day is coronation time, You have no humble hours. I like to see you bring a troop To beat the blue-grass spears, To scorn the lawn-mower that would be Like … Continue reading

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Marconi Station

“The Marconi Area obtained its name from the famous Italian inventor, Marconi. From a site here, Marconi successfully completed the first transatlantic wireless communication between the U.S. and England in 1903. Here, the outer beach is famous for its then … Continue reading

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David Graham

“Tirelessly traveling the United States, Graham captures the colorful, sometimes surreal, and often bizarre, in the thoroughly American landscape. Graham seeks out subjects which celebrate our singular freedom of expression in colorful roadside attractions and general oddities: toys and trompe … Continue reading

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