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Against The Current Memory Legends

What a way to open up this article! Do you agree Perceptive Readers? You will appreciate this Against the Current Featured Article on the pocbooks.com website

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Twitter Yes I Publicly Believe This

Enjoy these serious thoughts posted on Twitter October 12 and 13, 2020. They may resonate with you, more that you know. Either way, if you want me to expound further, then just ask and I will make it into a Perceptive Readers podcast. Have a thought-provoking day. Did you see the Huzzaz presentation on the Sages Quantum Poetry Page?

WHEN The Good Guys Act like the bad Guys

And the sincere stuck in the middle of the valley

The bad Guys act like the Good Guys.

All ascribing to this mess should be ashamed of themselves.

You don’t have to wait for a specific day to mete out justice.

When a child cries for milk, you feed the child.
You don’t say wait until payday which is days away.

You find someway to feed that child today.

Protecting people and property from harm is not an experiment. You don’t play with people lives like this. You can try and make it political all you want. Life isn’t what you are sneakily and coercely trying to make it. Especially with certain persons.

If someone treats you bad, just remember that there is something wrong with them, not you. Normal people don’t go around destroying others. – Quote

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Masterminds in Tier Gaming

Have you ever been drafted into a game because someone placed you in it without your knowledge?

And the people you play against get to see every step you make and all your cards 24 hours a day. Very few people could deal with it 10 plus years.

Would you not say, “Oh, by the grace of the Grand One, I earned every penny of it, and my professional riches/crew

Think Billions to trillions 8TT
Humans are priceless”

Oh, and did I mention, you play(ed) against the smartest computers and minds in the world?

What a Story that would make?

What cracks you up at least for a few moments, is every single one of them get their technology upgrades & recreation everything at a snap of a finger, recuperating from the battles . While you don’t get the same perks. Its like you are using sticks & stones against their tech.

With that said, the maintenance on pocbooks.com should be finished by this evening. Coffee and a Smile

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Taylor Davis Violin Lessons

Taylor Davis Violin Lessons & May It Be

A Social Sharing Thursday Featured October 1, 2020

There are characters that come to mind when I think about the violin. One being Sherlock Holmes, who is a more than brilliant detective created by Arthur Conan Doyle. You see, along with Sherlock’s solving crimes using forensic science and power of deductive reasoning, he needed ways to relax his complex mind. Sherlock, by playing the violin, his musical experience became a salve for his mind.

Taylor Davis’ Music is a pleasure and salve as well

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You will find Taylor Davis grew up enjoying video games; to say it inspires her music today may still be an understatement.
However, you will find along with happy and thrilling tunes she plays in violin performances; Mrs Davis also exhibit the mind soothing salve skills of Sherlock Holmes if you can imagine. Listen to the song “Everlasting” and you will see what I mean.
Better yet, here is the video of a new cover release titled “May It Be” with Instrumental & Mix by @lukethomasmusic

Taylor Davis Violin Lessons
Did you enjoy the above video? Are you contemplating getting violin lessons from Taylor?
Well, for this Social Sharing Thursday, here are the links to her pertinent pages to get you started right away!

F A C E B O O K ➜  https://facebook.com/TaylorDavisViolin

I N S T A G R A M ➜ http://instagram.com/taylordavisviolin

T W I T T E R ➜  https://twitter.com/violintay

W E B S I T E ➜  http://taylordavisviolin.com/

P A T R E O N ➜  http://patreon.com/taylordavis

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Please email for business enquiries only: taylordavis@studio71creator.com

The Choices of Sharing Joy

These Social Sharing Thursdays were a highlight for many in the year of 2019. It ran for two months. Did Thursdays not cause your day to experience a deep thought, if not outright joy? Welcome to the Autumn months of 2020
Have a wonderful day

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A Study Experiment Revisited Perceptive Readers

In this Perceptive Readers a Journalist Report is Discussed:

Bad Blood: The Hidden Horror of the Tuskegee Syphilis Study By Beth Colman August 10, 2020 www.mentalfloss.com

You may want to search the four part series as well: The Lion Leader and Sage Part -Article Podcast
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Commentary vs Journalism What is The Difference

Commentary vs Journalism What is the Difference This article was originally posted on May 27, 2019 at pocbooks.com

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Chapter 8 Mark Twain Perceptive Readers Podcast

In this Mark Twain Reading of Chapter 8 The Prince and the Pauper; we think about why Books from prophets, sages, and the divine, men and women read to find positive answers. Thank you for sharing and subscribing to the Perceptive Readers Podcast

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Mark Twain Prince and the Pauper Reading Chapter 4-Article Podcast

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  1. Opening Thoughts in Consideration
  2. Reading and commentary on a Mark Twain Classic the Prince and the Pauper Chapter 4
PerceptiveReaders · On Mark Twain Commentary and Reading 4

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Mark Twain Prince and the Pauper Reading Chapter 3-Article Podcast

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* Opening Thoughts in Consideration * Mark Twain’s The Prince and The Pauper Chapter 3 Commentary and Reading. * Perceptive Readers podcast is now on Spotify

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Chapter 1 Mark Twain Prince and the Pauper Reading Commentary

Mark Twain Commentary and Reading 1Thoughts in Consideration Opening & Chapter 1 of The Prince and The Pauper for commentary & Reading.

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Perceptive Readers Jasmine Thompson-Article Podcast

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PerceptiveReaders · COLOUR of Jasmine Thompson – Commentary

This addresses the music and subject matters in the songs of Jasmine Thompson in a conversational manner.
Perceptive Readers Jasmine T. Reference
Based on A COLOUR of Jasmine Thompson — Commentary article.
The Colour EP came out on April 5, 2019.

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