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Apr. 5th, 2014

Morgana, Morgause

Life's Up and Downs

Wow I hadn't realized I'd not posted since last year. Currently in limbo personally as I'm going to be moving this summer. Not sure if I should be on my own or not. Either way it's expensive and I'm going to have to find a job of some sort. Not to mention a reliable mode of transportation. I would take the bus but the schedules and stops are whack in my city.

Meanwhile I did find out that I can attend the local public recreation facility for a big discount. This will mean I'm going to swimming this summer! I hope I can lose some weight this summer as I already have lost at least 10 pounds since December.
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May. 30th, 2013

Morgana, Morgause

'The Color Purple' Author To Alicia Keys: Israel 'Cruel, Unjust, Unbelievably Evil'

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Apr. 17th, 2013

Morgana, Morgause

Spectrum Transfer Policy To Test Government's Resolve on Wireless Competition

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The issue of spectrum transfers has generated considerable attention over the past few weeks as Industry Canada prepares to unveil a transfer policy in response to the proposed sale of spectrum by Shaw to Rogers. Industry Minister Christian Paradis has made it clear that he is uncomfortable with the proposed sale, acknowledging that the intent of the 2008 spectrum auction set aside was not to have the spectrum end up in the hands of incumbents. While the incumbents and their supporters are raising the concerns about market uncertainty and potential lawsuits, the reality is that the government's policy on the Canadian wireless market has been clear since 2007.  Despite the efforts of the CWTA and the incumbents to convince politicians and the public that Canada is a competitive market, the government believes more competition is needed.

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Apr. 4th, 2013

Morgana, Morgause

Cross Post: Tyler Perry's Rape Problem

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Feb. 27th, 2013

Morgana, Morgause

TRAILER TIME: Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs 2

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http://movies.yahoo.com/video/cloudy-chance-meatballs-2-trailer-213031855.html

Jan. 22nd, 2013

Morgana, Morgause

With Narrative Broken, Media May Need New Pro-Obama Narrative on Israel

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Sep. 16th, 2012

Morgana, Morgause

Florida Couple Wins $4.5 million: OB Didn’t Sugest an Abortion for Damaged Child

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Sep. 5th, 2012

Morgana, Morgause

Strike Out: Rockies Cancel 'Nickelodeon Day' In Wake of Biggs' Misogynist Tweets

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Sep. 3rd, 2012

Morgana, Morgause

Nickelodeon Standing By Cyber Bully Jason Biggs

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Aug. 25th, 2012

Morgana, Morgause

Pioneering astronaut Neil Armstrong dies at 82

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Pioneering astronaut Neil Armstrong dies at 82

It's a story that we hoped we'd never have to report. Neil Armstrong, the first man to set foot on Earth's Moon, has died at the age of 82 after complications from heart surgery three weeks earlier. His greatest accomplishment very nearly speaks for itself -- along with help from fellow NASA astronauts Buzz Aldrin and Michael Collins, he changed the landscape of space exploration through a set of footprints. It's still important to stress his accomplishments both before and after the historic Apollo 11 flight, though. He was instrumental to the Gemini and X-series test programs in the years before Apollo, and followed his moonshot with roles in teaching aerospace engineering as well as investigating the Apollo 13 and Space Shuttle Challenger incidents. What more can we say? Although he only spent a very small portion of his life beyond Earth's atmosphere, he's still widely considered the greatest space hero in the US, if not the world, and inspired a whole generation of astronauts. We'll miss him.

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