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- Am I Damned?: Part 1
- (Excerpted from a planned website, much of this material has already appeared in answer to various questions on the boards, especially in General Earth Spirituality. I will attempt to redact it for this forum, as much of the arguments contained here are basic...
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- Anorexia isn't extreme narcissism – despite what Joan Bakewell thinks
- I don't like to kick someone when they're down, and I don't enjoy seeing people being attacked en masse on social media. But Baroness Joan Bakewell's wildly misleading public comments about anorexia this weekend cannot go unchallenged.
- Joan Bates dead: Founder and 'princess' of Sealand dies aged 86
- As a young woman, Joan Bates was a carnival queen. But it was only after declaring a Second World War fort in the North Sea as the world's smallest kingdom that she acquired more formal royalty as “Princess Joan of Sealand”. She and her husband, Major ...
- Joan Bakewell announces strong Wellcome Prize shortlist, featuring books on
- The shortlist was announced by Chair of the Judges Baroness Joan Bakewell, whose comments on anorexia caused controversy over the weekend. The veteran broadcaster is joined on the judging panel by cancer biology professor and children's science ...
- Heart and Joan Jett rip through the hits at Edmonton's Jubilee Auditorium
- The current day Queens of Sheba tour, featuring Joan Jett and Heart, has also arrived from the South, carrying something possibly even more precious with them: pure, unadulterated rock 'n' roll.
- A Ring Worn by Joan of Arc Returns to France
- “Return it to me!” These are the very words Joan of Arc shouted at the man who stole her ring, Bishop Cauchon, who presided over her trial for heresy in 1431. Now, almost six hundred years and 376,833 euros ($415,063) later it has been returned.