Free Will Astrology: Week of August 5, 2021

Taylor Creek and Klondike fires, Rogue-Siskiyou NF, Oregon, 2018. / Forest Service Photo: Kari Greer RAM (March 21-April 19): Filmmaker Federico Fellini had an unexpected definition of happiness. He said it was “to be able to speak the truth without hurting anyone”. I suspect that you will have abundant access …

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The PH Air Force reservist is Ms. Tourism Universe

Hemilyn Escudero-Tamayo from the Philippines leads this year’s winners in the Mrs. Tourism./FACEBOOK PHOTO MAKATI CITY, Philippines — She has just successfully completed her master’s thesis, but beauty queen Hemilyn Escudero-Tamayo has added another feather to her cap, or rather, a jewel to her crown. The Philippine Air Force reservist …

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Boeing Starliner Ready for Crucial Orbit Launch

By Eric M. Johnson SEATTLE, Aug. 3 (Reuters) – Boeing Co’s CST-100 Starliner is about to take off from Cape Canaveral, Florida on Tuesday for the International Space Station as part of a crucial test flight after a failed almost catastrophic when it debuted in 2019. The unmanned mission scheduled …

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Searching the Sky: meeting a real astronomer

David Bumgartner writes about connecting with a cousin with similar interests. This article was written by David Baumgartner as part of a local astronomy series. Few years ago when i was spending time in the air force my mom shed some light on something that had probably weighed on her …

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“Space Jam: A New Legacy”: what is the moral? | Opinion

You might remember Michael Jordan from the decisive basketball game in the original “Space Jam” movie. At halftime, his fictional team “the Tunes” is desperate, sure they can’t beat the evil Monstars. Jordan, in a classic twist, gives them “magic juice” (spoiler: it’s just water) to play better, only for …

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