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Class Heroes: A Class Apart

By: Stephen Henning

...td www.elucidox.com Cover design Andrew Clarke www.clarke-design.co.uk For more news on the Class Heroes series, see www.classheroes.com Ta... ........................................................... 18 Chapter 3 – Breaking News................................................... 31 Chapter ... ...er hospital bed. She tried to read the article about her on the 24/7 Interactive News website, but her eyes kept flicking nervously to the door of h... ...ith just the right level of casual flirtatiousness, while still maintaining her television mystique. She’d been developing this little friendship s... ...her. “Oh, not you. I didn’t mean you. I meant the others, and that.” “Like the BBC? I know the feeling. They’re so boring, aren’t they? ITV are as... ... the events on her brother’s ward, Samantha Blake was sitting up in bed with the television on. It was part of the baffling logic of the hospital th... ...no remote control either. A nurse had switched the set on for her and left it on BBC 1, so she was stuck with horse racing. Fortunately her phone wa... ...ht Jasmin, and then realised how amusing ‘Glennis and Dennis’ sounded. “Are you BBC?” asked Mrs Randerson keenly. Jasmin could feel her throat thic... ...the second time something like this had happened. As she was pondering this, the television buzzed into life. Just static, but it was nerve-jarringl...

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Empire and Wars

By: Sam Vaknin

...lanced Chinese Communist party. In an interview he granted to Xinhua, the Chinese news agency, last week, Shen Jiru, chief of the Division of Int... ...or knowledge. Velvet hands couched in iron gloves, ignorance disguised by economic newspeak, geostrategic interests masquerading as forms of govern... ...ltant position with a firm you formerly oversaw or regulated, your own talk show on television, a cushy job in the administration? The truth is tha... ...ident Vladimir Putin warned on Tuesday, in an interview he granted to TF1, a French television channel, that unilateral American-British military ac... ...ing old alliances and constructing new bridges. According to Interfax, the Russian news agency, yesterday, Russia has made yet another payment of $... ...nt with Baghdad to rehabilitate some of its crumbling oil fields. According to the BBC, Lukoil also inked unusually favorable production-sharing ag... ... typical daily occurrence, bucking a global trend, Matsushita intends to expand its television factory in Plzen. Its investment of $8 million will e... ... need also be mentioned." Still, the Wall Street Journal, Time Magazine, and the BBC have all reported recently that the streets of Baghdad are t... ...to be. Infant mortality figures are suspect as are most other Iraqi statistics. The BBC interviewed an Iraqi defector whose two year old daughter wa...

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Cyclopedia of Economics

By: Sam Vaknin

...igest the few sectors hitherto left untouched. To say the least, these are not good news. But we libertarians - proponents of both individual freedo... ...hat we are commemorating, would we still drink to it if we were to receive some bad news about our health and imminent demise? Not likely. But why?... ...phagy) is an age- old tradition that, judging by a constant stream of flabbergasted news reports, is far from extinct. Much- debated indications exis... ...h an independent copy of a book of instructions). The receiver can be passive (as television is). In such a case we will not be justified in sayin... ...n vitro fertilization to space travel. Every technology can be potentially abused. Television can be either a wonderful educational tool - or an a... ...man species be any different? Effects on Society Cloning - like the Internet, the television, the car, electricity, the telegraph, and the wheel b... ...or, a channel, a voice, and the very depth of our souls. Home On June 9, 2005 the BBC reported about an unusual project underway in Sheffield (in ... ...ically speaking, passionate love closely imitates substance abuse. Appearing in the BBC series Body Hits on December 4, 2002 Dr. John Marsden, the h... ...sed model of falling in love. Each stage involves a distinct set of chemicals. The BBC summed it up succinctly and sensationally: "Events occurrin...

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Cyclopedia of Philosophy

By: Sam Vaknin

...igest the few sectors hitherto left untouched. To say the least, these are not good news. But we libertarians - proponents of both individual freedo... ...hat we are commemorating, would we still drink to it if we were to receive some bad news about our health and imminent demise? Not likely. But why?... ...phagy) is an age- old tradition that, judging by a constant stream of flabbergasted news reports, is far from extinct. Much- debated indications exis... ...h an independent copy of a book of instructions). The receiver can be passive (as television is). In such a case we will not be justified in sayin... ...n vitro fertilization to space travel. Every technology can be potentially abused. Television can be either a wonderful educational tool - or an a... ...man species be any different? Effects on Society Cloning - like the Internet, the television, the car, electricity, the telegraph, and the wheel b... ...or, a channel, a voice, and the very depth of our souls. Home On June 9, 2005 the BBC reported about an unusual project underway in Sheffield (in ... ...ically speaking, passionate love closely imitates substance abuse. Appearing in the BBC series Body Hits on December 4, 2002 Dr. John Marsden, the h... ...sed model of falling in love. Each stage involves a distinct set of chemicals. The BBC summed it up succinctly and sensationally: "Events occurrin...

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