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Unadulterated Eye Candy: The Temples of Luang Prabang

As a child of the predominately Christian west I learned the stories of Mary’s virgin birth, the life of Jesus, the crucifixion and resurrection – all themes that have dominated Christian art and architecture for hundreds of years. 324 more words


2015 Gold Cup — Group C preview: Hobbled Mexico still favorites over Guatemala, Trinidad and Tobago, Cuba

In 2013, the last time CONCACF held it’s biannual continental competition, the US national team was placed in the easiest of three groups, and capitalized on said fortune by lifting the Gold Cup trophy at the end of July. 842 more words


Worth watching today - Javascript quirks

For a project I have had to delve into the magic world of Javascript – and I found out it’s magic indeed, as these brilliant videos show: 28 more words


Wat Arun

I visit the striking Temple of The Dawn in Bangkok, Thailand. 274 more words


Review: Boys Don't Knit (In Public) by T.S. Easton

Knitting is a man’s game.

After an incident regarding a crossing guard and a bottle of Martini & Rossi (and his bonehead friends), 17-year-old worrier Ben Fletcher must develop his sense of social alignment, take up a hobby, and do some community service to avoid any further probation.

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Bangkok part 2 & 3

During my final couple days in Hanoi, the overwhelming sensation that I had spent quite enough time in Vietnam came over me. The very next day I caught a flight back to Bangkok. 508 more words

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