Category Archives: Reading

Kanto Left • Kansai Right?

Is there REALLY A difference between Kansai and Kanto escalator etiquette to stand on Right or Left so others can walk past? Continue reading

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Spike Lee Lights Up Dark Irony

Spike Lee restores Meaning to Media! His new movie, BlacKkKlansman, respins a true story from an autobiography of Colorado Springs’ first African American police officer, Ron Stallworth, and a Jewish detective, Flip Zimmerman, who worked undercover to infiltrate the local … Continue reading

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Your own “i-Kaizen”

A real possibility for change is to take small steps. … Personal example of Kaizen: Practical tips for shedding weight: Continue reading

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Awesome Aviatrixes

Celebrated by Google, Smithonian, Bessie Coleman: First African/NativeAmerican Woman Licensed Pilot from Wikipedia and Smithsonian Mae Carol Jemison: US Astronaut (Endeavor 1992)- Wikipedia  Bessica Raiche, of Wisconsin first solo flight, 1910, dentist, linguist, musician, gynecologist, etc. etc. etc. 9 famous female … Continue reading

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Brainscan Bolsters Belief!

ABC’s 20/20 Again? How much skepticism really an avoidance tactic to protect from a close forensic first look?  But  this time the surprised beneficiary was an unwilling skeptic, an active Harvard trained brain surgeon with a successful career, who thought such reports were … Continue reading

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Love is a Fallacy

“Dating Tips” and Male-Female Communication in a humorous intermediate English Reading Comprehension Exercise “Setting” contains teen slang and style references of  the 1930’s – ’40s era in USA The reader may ‘Mouseover’ or click hints for idioms, euphenisms, definitions Love … Continue reading

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