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When I am not saving the world from copious amounts of dog hair armed with my trusty lint rollers, I’m taking pictures. Nature, pets and the occasional human are my subject of choice. My dogs and horse are my muses and I am THAT girl running around after them with a camera to capture their every expression or ridiculous sleeping poses. However, I do venture out into the great wide open and capture beauty other than the glorious underbellies of my beasts.
Living here in colorful Colorado, I am spoiled with an almost daily dose of sunsets to die for. The combination of elevation, Rocky Mountains, and jet stream winds create an enormous cloud-painted deep blue sky. My neighbors probably think I am crazy running outside in my favorite tie dye sweats to grab another shot of the day’s end. I have to navigate a virtual mine field of Canadian goose poop left by a…
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(N.Morgan) Many people are still blind to the fact that we are at such a dangerous and dark time in our world. The governments have turned against their people and the villainous plans of the NWO are being used against us in every way imaginable. Many do not see what is right in front of them, screaming for their attention. Screaming for change and direction.
In the video presentation below, the dark times of the economy, politics, and the New World Order coming into being are discussed.
It is time to awaken from that slumber called denial and wake up to the fact that we are now enemy #1.
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Now that the elections have begun – and we have a good idea as to who’s reigning supreme, let me tell you exactly why this is happening. This is not because we desperately want to see a particular party in power, but because of what our competitive exams and MCQs have taught us – when not sure of the right answer, go with the rule of elimination. So here we are, with a question in front of us – and with four options – A, B, C and D. We are not sure of what the right answer is, but we can’t leave this question unanswered because this will sweetly deduct a score from the total. This is where the weeks of training come in and we proceed with eliminating the one option that we are sure to be incorrect, say we go with D. We are left…
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Barely a few hours after Chandrababu Naidu said at a rally that they would fight alone in Seema-Andhra, the TDP has gone into damage control mode and says the statement was misintepreted.
The TDP leaders while clarifying Naidu’s statement said he only meant that if BJP puts up weak candidates he would fight the battle alone.
However the BJP says that they will hold another round of talks and see to it that the alliance is through. Prakash Javedekar who confirms this says that they would iron out the differences.
These elections are of a peculiar taste for Indian democracy. We are talking about power centers and developments and yes, also about the patent election topics of cast creed and religion. But, in the end they all; i.e. the political parties, want to be termed as ‘secular.’
Talking about power centers, political analysts and critics and people who seem to have good knowledge about Indian scenario (I am not one of them btw), are fearing a centrally controlled government under BJP. ‘Modi will turn to be the one man army.’ They say. But why do we fear that, when we have lived for years under a government which never showed its real handler. UPA has shown, during both its turn, the maze of power, confusing one and every about who had the string of kite it flew, and flew for a long ten years. Aren’t we, the common man, aware…
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