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DW: Democracy of the gullible — The Inquiring Mind

July 3, 2020 Conspiracy theories on the internet Conspiracy theories are spreading rapidly on the Internet. And they find an audience that believes them. Scientists are studying why people have a tendency to believe nonsense is true. The Internet has … Continue reading

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Coronavirus survivor Tom Hanks does not ‘have much respect’ for people who shun basic precautions — National Post

LOS ANGELES — Oscar-winning actor Tom Hanks, who recovered after being infected with the novel coronavirus earlier this year, said he does not hold much respect for people who decline to practice precautions such as wearing a mask in public. … Continue reading

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Miami rolls back restaurant dining as U.S. coronavirus deaths top 130,000 — National Post

Florida’s greater Miami area became the latest U.S. coronavirus hot spot to roll back its reopening, ordering all restaurant dining closed on Monday as COVID-19 cases surged nationwide by the tens of thousands and the U.S. death toll topped 130,000. … Continue reading

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AMAZING WASTE – Jesus Reappears to Set Record Straight On Trump – musical parody from Founders Sing — The Inquiring Mind

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  Mae West: Dirty Blonde — Ossurworld’s Irreverence, Irony, Insouciance & Iconoclasm

DATELINE: Way Ahead of the Curve! Mae in Lion’s Mouth! When PBS Masters finally recognizes Mae 100 years after her astounding Broadway run, you know she is still years ahead of the rest of society. How did this woman whose … Continue reading

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David Farland’s Writing Tips: “The One Great Story” — David Farland | Story Doctor

What stories affect you profoundly? Which ones are your favorites? If you had to make a list of the three most influential of stories, could you? About 15 years ago, I heard a wise publisher say that, and I’ll paraphrase, … Continue reading

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Pastor at Calvary Chapel in San Antonio Says ‘I Accept Full Responsibility’ After 51 Church Members Contract Coronavirus — BCNN1 WP

More than a week after at least 51 members of Calvary Chapel of San Antonio in Texas got infected with COVID-19 since the congregation started meeting in person, the church’s pastor says he takes full responsibility. via Pastor at Calvary Chapel … Continue reading

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The Personal History of David Copperfield — Film Mafia

Armando Iannucci’s take on Charles Dickens’ novel immediately announces its intentions with its casting of Dev Patel as David: this will not be your BBC adaptation from 1990, because, for a start, we’re casting race blind. This is a simple … Continue reading

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Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms Tests Positive for Coronavirus — BCNN1 WP

Atlanta mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms announced Monday that she had tested positive for COVID-19. via Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms Tests Positive for Coronavirus — BCNN1 WP

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‘Shoeless’ Joe, FIELD OF DREAMS, and ‘The Hero’s Journey’ — WOODSIDE FILMS

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John Kinsella:“Is this Heaven?” Ray Kinsella: “No. It’s Iowa.” Professor of mythology, Joseph Campbell, was famous for discovering “The Hero’s Journey.” It is the belief in what he called the ‘monomyth’, the theory…

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