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Michael Trigg @ michaelt
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  • The Word Honesty. Is It Overused?

    Why do so many people, particularly those being interviewed on the Net, TV, and radio use the word "honest" or variations of, so frequently?A typical response by a celebrity or a politician or a writer (as a few examples)...

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    This Is What Being Human Is All About

    https://pippies.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/08/Humanity-at-its-best1.mp4 source Humans and animals share this planet. Animals can do without us, or many of them anyway. We humans cannot do without animals. I think this video is a heartwarming look at how people can work together for a common cause,...

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    So You Think Masks Don't Work In Preventing The Spread of COVID?

    https://pippies.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/08/Mask_No-Mask-Demo-with-Agar-Plates.mp4 source Masks alone will not prevent you from catching the COVID virus but they do help to remind you to practice good hygiene and public health measures and by wearing a mask, you are indicating to others you are serious...

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    The Shipping Industry And Our Degrading Oceans. Who Is To Blame?

    Consumerism is despoiling our oceans. Most of the goods we humans consume, particularly in Western countries, are manufactured in low-cost countries and shipped by ocean cargo freighters. Many cargo ships still use bunker fuel, the sludgy dregs of the petroleum...

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    The Tree Graveyard

    Recently, my wife and I drove from Vancouver up into the Kootney area of British Columbia to visit our daughter. She lives in a small town in the Columbia Valley which is itself in the Kootenays, in the foothills...

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