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Poetry at the Post: #NaPoWriMo Day 20—Just The Facts

Just the Facts (a found poem) by Alice-Catherine Jennings 

Texas changed nationality three times between 1821 and 1836.

In September 1995, the French nuclear weapon tests on the Mururoa atoll were launched. 201 more words


Q is for Quaint

I love the word, quaint. Say it out loud. It even sounds quaint.

When I travel, I am drawn to places, I consider, quaint.

In my mind, Vermont is quaint. 435 more words

A To Z Challenge

Poetry at the Post: Finding Salmon in El Centro

It’s Day 17 of NAPOWRIMO and today’s prompt is to try to write a “social media”-style poem. We were to raid FB, Twitter and blah blah blah. 79 more words


Thieves steal deadly radioactive material in Mexico, 5 states on alert


Authorities have issued emergency warnings to five Mexican states after it was reported that thieves had stolen potentially deadly radioactive material, the latest such heist to strike the Latin American country. 74 more words


More Nuke Material Disappears In Mexico

Mexico Scrambles To Find Stolen Radioactive Material

” Authorities appealed for help among Mexico’s population Thursday to locate stolen radioactive material, as the fourth such theft in less than two years prompted officials to mull new security measures.

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Remains of Old Aqueducts: Los Arquitos

When I spent a month in Puebla almost 10 years ago, a lot of people I met there were traveling through Puebla on their way to Oaxaca. 506 more words