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★★★★★#Give #Gifts That #Live 4Ever:Give A #Book★★★★★

★★★★★ http://goo.gl/Wx7Xu6 ★★★★★ RT Give Gifts That Live Forever ╚═►Books #Kindle #read #Lifelong #Happiness #IAN1 http://pic.twitter.com/eK9lZHkEmU ★★★★★ http://t.co/S86WUzqUGW ★★★★★ RT Give Gifts That Live Forever ╚═►Books #Kindle #read #Lifelong #Happiness #ASMSG pic.twitter.com/eK9lZHkEmU — Thomas Jerome Baker (@profesortbaker) December 21, 2013 … Continue reading

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Botticelli’s “Birth of Venus” breathes new life into an ancient religion

The enduring power of Botticelli’s masterpiece is rooted in its profoundly sensual evocation of the eponymous Roman deity. Source: The Guardian Jonathan Jones On Art Blog Sandro Botticelli painted The Birth of Venus in about 1484. More than 500 years … Continue reading

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#Public #Speaking: What Amazing Nonsense You Are Talking!

Pre-Launch Phase: #Public #Speaking What Amazing Nonsense you Are Talking! pic.twitter.com/VQUl8bm2zz — Thomas Jerome Baker (@profesortbaker) September 11, 2013 To be a good public speaker, never give up. Face your fear. “Not everything that is faced can be changed, but … Continue reading

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