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Halloween is a fun and creative time each fall! In these tough financial times, money is hard to come by for many families. Its easy to throw away money on a whim and purchase a low quality, expensive costume is generic and expresses no individual creativity. This article will highlight how to save money, have fun building your own ensemble, and enjoy some thrift shopping along the way!
Published by Amy Russell 66 months ago in Popular Culture | +2 votes | 0 comments
Reading is one of the most popular hobbies in the world. Even with the advent of Internet, reading is still very popular from around the world. Millions still go to libraries to find and read their favorite books. So, do you want to know the 10 most popular books in the world which are found in most libraries? Check this out.
Published by Nobert Bermosa 66 months ago in Popular Culture | +7 votes | 0 comments
Marriage is an important part of every culture from all around the world. It is the union of a man and a woman and the ceremony by which a man and a woman become husband and wife. Here are some of the most common marriage terms and their meaning. Interesting facts and examples are also included.
Published by Nobert Bermosa 67 months ago in Popular Culture | +6 votes | 2 comments
Students were placed in an intensive learning environment in order to simulate a situation that could occur to new English language learners. The general response to the experiment was positive. Trainees brought their own experiences to the class and on general adapted themselves to learning through trial an error, repeating and understanding through audio and visual cues just as a TOESL student would.
Published by Martin Dansky 67 months ago in Popular Culture | +0 votes | 0 comments
Raksha Bandhan is a festival of India that is celebrated with full pomp and show throughout the country. It is celebrated on the day of Rakha Purnima with great fervour and it is a big day for the brothers and sisters throughout the country. Different customs and traditions are followed in different Indian regions.
Published by Aar Jay 68 months ago in Popular Culture | +4 votes | 1 comments
BIO CRIME - it's the wave of the future for criminal activity, and something you should be very aware of. Though keep in mind, technophobia rarely ever helps - so stay cool, stay informed and stay inspired to learn more about modern bio crime and the potential future of criminal activities and digital terrorism.
Published by Epic Strategist 69 months ago in Popular Culture | +1 votes | 0 comments
This article presents a brief overview of Arabic cultures. Three socializing agents are considered: family, school, and religion. When I met my spouse in Tunisia in the winter of 2003, I noticed that there were many young men who were unemployed, with nothing to do. I immediately predicted that Tunisia was destined for a revolution in the not-too-distant future. (This was seven years before the Tunisian Revolution began in 2010.) Since that first visit to Tunisia, dictators have been forced f...
Published by Deborah Livingston 69 months ago in Popular Culture | +6 votes | 0 comments
A “Cult of Personality” is prevalent throughout history. It can either pertain to leaders, both elected or otherwise, or to cultural figures who changed society. This is a look at how political leaders fed this psychological phenomenon that has now been adapted to artists, artisans and other cultural icons. Hunter S. Thompson is used as an example.
Published by Daniel Payne 70 months ago in Popular Culture | +3 votes | 1 comments
The lists of handguns below are among the lightest, shortest and smallest in the world. Many law enforcers and gun enthusiasts prefer to own small guns with magazine not only because they are light to carry but also they are easy to hide. You can go in public without being notice that you are carrying a handgun. In addition, pistols with magazine fire more bullets faster compared to revolvers. The only disadvantage of this type of pistol is its tendency to jam although this occurrence is very ra...
Published by Nobert Bermosa 70 months ago in Popular Culture | +11 votes | 1 comments
Small guns or pocket pistols are perfect for ladies for self-defense and protection. These small revolvers are also perfect as back-up weapons for police officers and other law enforcers such as detectives, private investigators or secret agents. Owners or carriers of such pocket pistols can go in public without getting noticed of carrying a weapon because handguns are easy to hide
Published by Nobert Bermosa 71 months ago in Popular Culture | +7 votes | 5 comments
Development of human brain coupled with development of society and religion has broadly categorized human behaviors and acts as acceptable and unacceptable. Many unacceptable behaviors and practices such as gambling and stealing, though considered immoral, may not necessarily be taboos. For something to be considered taboo, it has to generate strong social disgust and abhorrence.
Published by DeviPriya Maharana 72 months ago in Popular Culture | +12 votes | 5 comments
Pseudo-science is a group of unproven practices guised as scientifically established and legitimate practices. They are often backed by theories and explanations which seem scientific outwardly but are in fact unscientific and unfounded beliefs. Many of the so-called scientific practices prevalent in mediaeval times were found to be pseudo-science after the development of modern science. Surprisingly, even in the era of modern scientific discoveries there is still widespread belief in pseudo-sci...
Published by DeviPriya Maharana 72 months ago in Popular Culture | +9 votes | 3 comments
In a surprising announcement the Internet has spread the news that the Encyclopedia Britannica will be discontinuing its line of print encyclopedias. It is currently selling the 2010 Yearbook and its 2010 32-volume set. It will be the last year available to the public. Learn why this decision has been made and what going digital will mean for readers of the Britannica. Learn the improvements that have already been implemented and keep track of the educational materials as they appear in the futu...
Published by Darline Kilpatrick 72 months ago in Popular Culture | +9 votes | 3 comments
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