What Was Your Favorite Post You Wrote in 2015?

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The last few weeks of the year are the perfect time to look back and reflect on our most memorable work, so we asked a few bloggers to tell us about one blog post they put together in 2015 that they especially liked. Here are their responses.

Myfanwy, myf draws apparently

Favorite post:“How I experienced the life of a model, with Gudrun Sjoden”


I think I’d have to say that my favorite post was my account of traveling to Stockholm in Sweden to be an unlikely fashion model; it describes a rare and treasured couple of days, and then I got to relive the pleasure all over again by drawing and sharing it on WordPress.com! The comments were so warm and appreciative that I really got the feeling I’d added just a little bit of joy to the internet.

It was a welcome affirmation that people enjoy my view…

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Christmas My Way

The tastemonials

Heikes Weihnachten

Weihnachten früher – das war ein Erlebnis, ein Märchen und noch mehr. Unvergesslich der Augenblick am Heiligabend, wenn meine Geschwister und ich endlich das Wohnzimmer mit dem geschmückten Baum betreten durften. Mein Vater spielte Weihnachtslieder auf dem Klavier, wir sangen Lieder und ein Berg Geschenke leuchtete im Kerzenschein. Es duftete nach Buttergebäck, später lief ‘Der Tiger von Eschnapur’ im Fernsehen und die Weihnachtsgans

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Conan The Barbarian (2011)


Another “undreamed” classic tale denied from its journey to seek out retribution from its creator!

Conan the Barbarian

Nu Image Films, Millenium Films and Paradox Entertainment in association with Lionsgate present…

From the creator of “Kull the Conqueror” and “Solomon Kane”…

Robert E. Howard presents his fantastic fantasy world of Hyboria! His creation Conan, a Cimmerian warrior born in the battlefield has transcended from the pages of supernatural elements of magic, monsters and adventure! In 1932, his imagination came into fruition when he was selling Mexican gastronomic and cheap wine in the barren hills of southern Texas and thus the book of the famous barbarian was born!

Though many continued his work since his suicide in June 11, 1936, it was passed on to friends and relatives until The Baums family sold their rights to a Swedish Company, Paradox Entertainment Inc. which took part as a studio in producing the film!

Morgan Freeman…

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Derecho: “Artículo 19 Constitución Nacional Argentina”.-

⚡️La Audacia de Aquiles⚡️

Moral Pública/ Moral Privada.- 

El alcance de la moral pública está definido por el propio Art. 19,  que presupone que las acciones que la ofenden son coextensivas con las acciones que perjudiquen a terceros.  La moral pública es la moral intersubjetiva.
Art. 19.- Las acciones privadas de los hombres que de ningún modo ofendan al orden y a la moral pública, ni perjudiquen a un tercero, están sólo reservadas a Dios, y exentas de la autoridad de los magistrados. Ningún habitante de la Nación será obligado a hacer lo que no manda la ley, ni privado de lo que ella no prohíbe .
Stuart Mill, liberalista, considera que cuando una conducta no afecta los intereses de terceros debe haber perfecta libertad, jurídica y social para realizar la acción y atenerse a sus consecuencias. De acuerdo con  Mill:  Una acción es inmoral si y sólo si  sus consecuencias implican más frustración…

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Hello Can You Hear Me

Through Open Lens


F/ 5.6, 1/80, ISO 500.

Day 360 / 365

A young businessman had just started his own firm. He rented a beautiful office and had it furnished with antiques. Sitting there, he saw a man come into the outer office. Wishing to appear the hot shot, the businessman picked up the phone and started to pretend he had a big deal working. He threw huge figures around and made giant commitments. Finally he hung up and asked the visitor, “Can I help you?”
The man said, “Yeah, I’ve come to activate your phone lines.”

Interesting Fact: The first public coin telephone was installed by inventor William Gray at a bank in Hartford, Conn. It was a “postpay” machine (coins were deposited after the call was placed). The first pay phone was invented in 1889 and by 1902, there were over 81,000 pay telephones in the United States. In 1889, the…

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