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 The Portuguese Discovery of AustraliaThe Portuguese Discovery of Australia by Warren Reed
Most Australians are aware of Dutch visits to the west coast of Australia in the 1600s, with a number of the Batavia (Jakarta)-bound vessels involved famously being wrecked there.
 Wilhelm Reich: A Taoist in Freudian DisguiseWilhelm Reich: A Taoist in Freudian Disguise by Rene Wadlow
Wilhelm Reich (1897-1957) whose birth anniversary we note on 24 March was part of the Vienna circle of Sigmund Freud in the 1920s after the First World War in which Reich had served in the Austrian army on the Italian front.
 Poetry Class and the Baby Handiwipes and TP BluesPoetry Class and the Baby Handiwipes and TP Blues by Leah Sellers
"Maybelle, I sure am enjoyin' this Poetry Class I let you talk me into attendin' with you. And who'd have thunk it!" Jimmie Bea snorted with laughter.
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 Dupenews: UK coronavirus definitely blueDupenews: UK coronavirus definitely blue by Theodore K. Nasos
Leave voter and toilet-paper consumer, Suzy Bex from Oxfordshire has made public her demand from now on all iconographical representations of the coronavirus progress globally to show UK coronavirus in blue.
 Albert Einstein:  Remember Your Humanity and Forget the RestAlbert Einstein: Remember Your Humanity and Forget the Rest by Rene Wadlow
14 March is the birth anniversary of Albert Einstein, born in Ulm, south Germany, in 1879 and died in Princeton, New Jersey in 1955. I was a student at Princeton University from 1953 to 1956...
 The InheritorsThe Inheritors by Jan Sand
A look at the rise of machine technology presents the basic talent of humans to devise instruments to confront the problems of civilization to beat back the vagaries of nature.
 Dupenews: Sit on mummy's chair, babe!Dupenews: Sit on mummy's chair, babe! by Theodore K. Nasos
It emerge that another woman has claimed that Prince Andrew allowed her to sit on the Queen's throne at Buckingham Palace. According to the claim Prince Andrew often used Queen Elizabeth's chair as a babe-trap...
 Manish's Zodiac Signs Predictions for March 2020Manish's Zodiac Signs Predictions for March 2020 by Manish Kumar Arora
Manish's Zodiac Signs Predictions for March 2020
 The two faces of hunger #1The two faces of hunger #1 by Katerina Charisi
The first time I openly admitted - more to my own self than any other - that we are dealing with a really serious financial struggle, it was after a bad week with very little and poor meals...
 Always on guardAlways on guard by Katerina Charisi
I'm tired of disciplining. In my wills and my fears. In my thoughts, my feelings, to impose the musts. But that's how it goes with loners, my friend. They can lever let go.
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