Monthly Archives: November 2016

Spelling benefits:

Good: benefits Bad:    benifits When one judges their level of benefits obtained through work, the more the better. So two Es is better : bEnEfits.   Do you have a better idea? If so please feel free to give that … Continue reading

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Spouses of writers:

At Life the Universe and Everything symposium, there was a panel on spouses of writers. Any inaccuracies or confusion, it is the fault of the note taker.   Arrange for your partner to have creative time each day and they … Continue reading

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Terrorism and CERT:

After over six months of having taken the CERT class I’m taking this quiz from memory. We’ll see which of the following questions I answered correctly. You’re having a business lunch downtown when you hear a loud explosion. You follow … Continue reading

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Events after the blood moons:

These are some notes from a lecture I attended at an emergency / BofM conference. I did not catch the name of the presenter but he has written at least one book and produced DVDs. He’s associated with the website … Continue reading

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Reflective Pronouns: 

It looks like Microsoft word may have it wrong when it complains about reflective pronouns. . It always complains when I use himself when referencing a he in the same sentence.  An example: He stood at the lake, looking down … Continue reading

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YA fiction trends: 

At Life the Universe and Everything symposium, there was a panel on YA fiction trends. Any inaccuracies or confusion, it is the fault of the note taker. Time travel and Pirates the books are coming out Fantasy from the sources … Continue reading

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CERT class review disaster psychology: 

After over six months of having taken the CERT class I’m taking this quiz from memory. I know one of my answers is wrong already. I don’t know how many I have correct. I need to review the chapters to … Continue reading

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Addiction class 6: A change of heart

Here are my notes for this week’s addiction class. The topic is on a change of heart. Any inaccuracies in my notes are the fault of the note taker. All of us are affected by addiction either our own or … Continue reading

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The 60 Minutes Interview George Soros Tried To Bury!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p8Ux5b6YM9A

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Spelling Condolences: 

Good: condolences Bad:   condolances I need to remember there are two Os and two Es. We express our cOndOlEncEs when a couple two Os or Two Es loses their partner. Thus two Os and Es. I can’t think of any … Continue reading

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