Monthly Archives: April 2011

Westminster Abbey, London


Westminster Abbey, London Originally uploaded by JoeDuck Hey, if I was here NOW I’d be in the Royal Wedding! But I’m not. This was from a 2003 trip to England and France. Advertisements

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American Idol – still predicting a James Durbin win


In my last American Idol Contestants post I predicted James Durbin will win and I’m sticking to that story, especially after tonights brilliant performance of Carol King’s Tonight You’re Mine.     Although all the remaining folks are exceptional singers … Continue reading

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Obama’s Birth Certificate. Official Copy. Long Form. CASE CLOSED!


Another curious episode in the history of the democratic party  comes to a close today as Barack Obama released a photograph of the long form official vault copy of  his birth certificate.  Signed by all the responsible parties needed in Hawaii … Continue reading

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History of the Democrats – part deux. The SEO edition.


Well, my “history of the democratic party” experiment has been very interesting to say the least.   The original article at Travel and History is ranking pretty well at Google – currently 15th.  However the previous post here at JoeDuck, … Continue reading

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History of the Democratic Party


Over at Travel and History I have penned an article about the History of the Democratic Party of the United States called, not surprisingly, the ” History of the Democratic Party “.     Based mostly on a very abbreviated version of … Continue reading

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Rulers of England


Rulers of England In honor of the upcoming English Royal Wedding and the fact I’m watching “The Tudors” on Netflix right now, I thought it would be fun to post a list of the rulers of England. This is a … Continue reading

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Tibet Solution? Tourism.


As a big fan of China, Tourism, and individual freedoms and rights I think a solution to the challenges facing Tibet are these  (I wrote this a few years ago at my website that features the Qinhai-Tibet Railway sometimes called the … Continue reading

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