Shoshone Legends (Folklore, Myths, and Traditional Indian Stories)
Indian languages US Indian tribes Indian cultures What's new on our site today! This is our collection of links to Shoshone folktales and traditional stories that can be read online. Enjoy the stories! Important Shoshone Mythological Figures Issa/Wolf: Creator and culture hero of Shoshone mythology. Coyote: Wolf's younger brother, Coyote is a trickster figure. Nimerigar: A violent race of magical little people who were said to kill and eat people. Shoshone Indian Folklore Western Shoshoni Myths: Collection of Shoshoni Indian myths and legends. Wolf Tricks the Trickster: Shoshoni legend about the origin of death. The White Trail In The Sky: Shoshone legend about the exile of Grey Bear. Queen of Death Valley: Shoshone legend about an ancient queen's wickedness. The Wolf, the Fox, the Bobcat and the Cougar: Legend about four animal spirits that helped the Shoshone-Bannocks defeat the warlike Little People. Recommended Books of Shoshone Myths Additional Resources Indian crafts South American tribes
Scheherazade in Blue Jeans
If you could create anything, anything at all, with no limits..... what would you create? Take a moment and think about that. One of my favorite authors of all time was Robert A Heinlein, and one of my favorite books was actually one of the last that he wrote before he passed in 1986. The basic premise of the story is that the 4 main characters hop into a flying car that had been retrofitted with a mechanical device that allowed the vehicle to travel not only through time, but through dimensions as well. During the course of the story, they make the discovery that truly inspired and creative people actually CREATE. Spoiler Alert! The book ends with a cross multiverse convention of authors/creators and many many of the characters/people that they created in their stories. (Many of Heinlein's books tackle issues and theories and ideologies that we are only now starting to really listen to and understand.) It was 25 years after reading that book that I realized that we ARE creator beings.
What DO you Create?
One particularly distressing hallmark of late modernity can be characterized as a cultural loss of the future. Where we once delighted in imagining the turns civilization would take hundreds and even thousands of years ahead—projecting radical designs, innovative solutions, great explorations, and peculiar evolutionary developments—we now find the mode of forecasting has grown apocalyptic, as climate change and other catastrophic, man-made global phenomena make it difficult to avoid some very dire conclusions about humanity’s impending fate. We can add to this assessment the loss of what we may call the “long view” in our day-to-day lives. As the Long Now Foundation co-founder Stewart Brand describes it, “civilization is revving itself into a pathologically short attention span,” driven by “the acceleration of technology, the short-horizon perspective of market-driven economics, the next-election perspective of democracies, or the distractions of personal multi-tasking.”
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A Comparative Measurement of Black & White Crime in the United States Everyone's talking about race, profiling and crime this week. While many may see this as awful, it's really a great opportunity to have a national conversation about these things. There is no doubt that racial profiling does occur and that it has been made illegal in order to protect innocent individuals. The question is, why does it occur? It bears reminding that, regardless of race, people should be looked upon as individuals and not be unfairly blamed for the actions of others. So, let's dig in. 2+ Races Asian Black Hispanic/Latino Polynesian White It should be noted that the actual white-only population is 63%, whereas whites including Hispanics is 77.9%. Now, let's consider the overall crime rate. Drunkenness Actual Population Murder Forcible Rape Robbery Aggravated Assault Buglary Weapons (carrying, etc) Prostitution Domestic Liquor Laws What if the situation were reversed? What if it were normalized? We don't know, exactly.
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F. Roger Devlin Sexual Utopia in Power:The Feminist Revolt Against Civilization San Francisco: Counter-Currents, 2015 192 pages Hardcover: $35 Paperback: $20 Like many political revolutions, the sexual revolution of the 1960s began with a euphoric feeling of liberation. Every revolution gives rise to a reaction. Contents Preface Introduction: The Facts of Life 1. Index (Print edition only) Praise for F. “‘Sexual Utopia in Power,’ Devlin’s infamous essay that launched a thousand blog posts about female hypergamy, is highly quotable and insightful in its analysis of the contemporary struggle between the sexes. “. . . outstanding (and MSM blacked out) essays on gender dynamics . . .” “If Roissy has anything resembling a mentor, it is F. “Love and sex have never been confusing to me. “Dr. “In a decent world, Devlin would be an instantly-recognizable name and a literary giant.”— Spirit/Water/Blood “I have admired F. “I believe the author is evil.”— Tyler Cowan F.
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During 2004-2007, a team of teachers at FCRR collected ideas and created Student Center Activities for use in kindergarten through fifth grade classrooms. Accompanying these Student Center Activities is a Teacher Resource Guide and Professional Development DVD that offers important insights on differentiated instruction and how to use the student center materials. Frequently Asked Questions about Student Center Activities Grades K-1 Student Center Activities (2005) Grades K-1 Student Center Activities (Revised, 2008) Grades 2-3 Student Center Activities (2006) Grades 4-5 Student Center Activities (2007) Student Center Activities and Instructional Routines Search Tool The K-5 Student Center Activities (SCA) and K-3 Instructional Routines search tool provides teacher's access to the 522 individual SCA and the instructional routines from Empowering Teachers.
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Der Designer Bernd Hülsmann gestaltete eine Schriftfamilie, die Menschen mit wenig oder keiner Leseroutine das Lesen lernen erleichtern soll. ●Semikolon Plus heißt die Serifenlose, deren Buchstaben so gestaltet sind, dass Verwechslungen einzelner Zeichen möglichst ausgeschlossen sind. Für die 7,5 Millionen deutsche Erwachsene, die zu den funktionalen Analphabeten gehören, aber auch für Flüchtlinge, die noch nie Kontakt mit dem lateinischen Schriftsystem hatten, wollte Bernd Hülsmann eine Schrift entwickeln, die durch geschickt gestaltete Buchstabenformen das Lesen erleichtert und dabei ernsthaft aussieht. Denn die verspielten Schriften oder gar die Comic Sans, die häufiger in Lerntexten für Kinder zum Einsatz kommen, empfindet nicht nur Bernd Hülsmann für Erwachsene als Zumutung. Beim Bundesverband für Alphabetisierung in Münster informierte sich Bernd Hülsmann über die Bedürfnisse seiner Zielgruppe. Kaufen kann man die Familie bei URW++. Schriftfamilie Semikolon © Bernd Hülsmann Semikolon
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Alan Moore, where his childhood home in Northampton’s Boroughs once stood. Photo: Dominic Wells I recently spent six hours with Alan Moore. We went on a walking tour of his old Northampton neighbourhood, and stood where his childhood home once stood (pictured above). This is a longish feature. Watchmen is nearing the middle of its 12-issue run. “It’s about time people stopped debating whether comics are art,” Moore tells me combatively, “and just get on with making good art.” Watchmen will later be the only graphic novel placed on Time magazine’s list of 100 greatest novels, and will create a surge in intelligent comics, which itself will create a surge in comic-book movies, leading to today’s overpowering dominance of the big screen by men and women in spandex. In the issue of Watchmen just published when we speak in 1986, a nuclear scientist acquires superpowers and becomes “Doctor Manhattan”. Page from Watchmen. It gets weirder. And what of Melinda Gebbie? © 2012 John Angerson. “No.”
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Blood Meridian - Wikipedia
The majority of the story follows a teenager referred to only as "the kid", with the bulk of the text devoted to his experiences with the Glanton gang, a historical group of scalp hunters who massacred Native Americans and others in the United States–Mexico borderlands from 1849 to 1850 for bounty, pleasure, and eventually out of nihilistic habit. The role of antagonist is gradually filled by Judge Holden, a physically massive, highly-educated, exceptionally multi-talented member of the gang, depicted as completely bald from head to toe. Background and writing McCarthy wrote Blood Meridian while living on the money from his 1981 MacArthur Fellows grant. Describing events of extreme violence, McCarthy's prose is sparse, yet expansive, with an often biblical quality and frequent religious references. McCarthy conducted considerable research to write the book. Elements of the novel are also widely believed to have been at least partially inspired by the writings of T. Plot
Filled with road trips, beachy weekends, and backyard barbecues, summer has always been one of my favorite times of year, (second only to autumn, if I’m being honest.) And with the added bonus of plenty of extra hours of daylight coming your way, you’ll have all kinds of time free for kicking back with some of the greatest summer books of all time. Now, if you’re anything like me, there is always a stack (a really, really tall one) of just-published titles on your TBR shelf — but despite that almost-irresistible siren song of brand new books, chances are you probably also have a handful of books you just have to re-read every summer: maybe you dive back into the Harry Potter series, bury yourself in a pile of your most-loved romance reads, while the days away with graphic novels, or revisit a few of those literary classics you just can’t get enough of. 'On the Road' by Jack Kerouac Click here to buy. 'Wild: From Lost to Found on the Pacific Crest Trail' by Cheryl Strayed Click here to buy.
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Iwan Baan Libreria is a London bookshop with a difference. With categories such as "Utopia", "The Sea and the Sky" and "Mothers, Madonnas and Whores," its curation is eclectic. "I think the best way to be creative is to look outside what you perceive as being ideal," says Libreria manager Paddy Butler. "You may have an idea that is original, but there is no such thing as an original idea. That's Butler's roundabout way of saying Liberia thinks about books in a more offbeat way. WIRED asked Butler to share the five books he thinks we should all be reading. 1. "I think it is one of the most amazing books that have ever been written. 2. "This is such a rich and amazing telling of the lead up of the French Revolution and the subsequent terror that encompassed it. 3. "This is a fantastic novel set in mid-20th century India with the rise of Marxist party. 4. 5. "My final choice is something I am reading at the moment.
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The Best Science Fiction Books of All Time
This story was written in collaboration with Forbes Finds. Forbes Finds covers products and experiences we think you’ll love. Featured products are independently selected and linked to for your convenience. Science fiction is my favorite literary genre by far—I’ve written five sci-fi books myself—so making this list was going to be difficult. There are some truly massive series in here, as well as all-time greats that any literary fan should read, regardless of their favorite genre. The Sprawl Trilogy by William Gibson This classic trilogy from William Gibson consists of Neuromancer, Count Zero and Mona Lisa Overdrive. Read Now Hyperion Cantos by Dan Simmons This cult series by Dan Simmons consists of Hyperion, The Fall of Hyperion, Endymion and The Rise of Endymion. Read Now Ender’s Game Quartet by Orson Scott Card Read Now Snow Crash by Neal Stephenson Read Now Dune Series by Frank Herbert Read Now The Broken Earth Trilogy by N.K. Moving into more modern territory, each entry of N.K. Read Now
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