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The Writing System of the Cryptic Voynich Manuscript Explained: British Researcher May Have Finally Cracked the Code

Humanity will remember the name of James Joyce for generations to come, not least because, as he once wrote about his best-known novel Ulysses, "I've put in so many enigmas and puzzles that it will keep the professors busy for centuries arguing over what I meant, and that's the only way of insuring one's immortality." If Joyce was right, then the author of the mysterious Voynich manuscript (about which you can see an animated introduction here) has set a kind of standard for immortality. Filled...
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Cool Stuff: Awesome ‘Stranger Things’ LEGO Set Turns the Byers Household Upside Down

Just when you thought all of the Stranger Things merchandise had been released, LEGO comes along and delivers an awesome playset that brings to life the Upside Down in an incredibly cool way. The first ever Stranger Things LEGO set lets builders put together the house of Will Byers, complete with minifigures of all the show’s main characters. But what makes these LEGO set truly special is that you’ll also be building an Upside Down version of the Byers household as it appears in the dark, twist...
Tags: Toys, Television, Movies, Sci-fi, Netflix, Lego, Will, Cool Stuff, Lucas, Hopper, Mike, Joyce, Byers, Dustin, Stranger Things, Jim Hopper


Teen-age Temptations #6 - Matt Baker art & cover

Matt Baker Teen-age Temptations v1 #6, 1954 - Influenced by three different men, Joyce struggles with her secret past while holding on to the man she loves. The artwork by Matt Baker is exceptional, with each page demonstrating a high level of craft. The layouts are accentuated by his varied, amorphous text boxes. Patterns, cross-hatching and other fine details supplement the artist's graceful [Author: Ted Ignacio]
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Barnaby Joyce says he got 'more sense' out of officials after sacking department boss

Former minister says he sacked agriculture department head Paul Grimes ‘to remind him where the authority starts from’Barnaby Joyce once said that he sacked the head of the agriculture department Paul Grimes “to remind him where the authority starts from” and boasted he “got a lot more sense” out of bureaucrats after the firing.The revelation was contained in a report by The Project on Monday evening, in which Joyce repeated that he did not know the directors of Eastern Australia Agriculture des...
Tags: Australia news, Coalition, Tony Abbott, Australian politics, Barnaby Joyce, Joyce, Paul Grimes, Eastern Australia Agriculture


Morning mail election extra: Joyce and Palmer roll back the years

Week three: it was almost like old times as BarnabyJoyce and Clive Palmer took centre stage. Plus: GetUp gaffes multiplyGood morning, this is Naaman Zhou bringing you a special election edition of the morning mail for Saturday 27 April. Continue reading...
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James Joyce’s ‘Ulysses’ And The Politicians Who Love It (And Keep Telling Us So)

“In the current political environment, name-checking the writing of James Joyce may not seem like the canniest move. It’s a dog whistle, meant to appeal to refined impulses, to élite rather than populist sympathies. How shall we put it? Joyce is a snob whistle.” – The New Yorker
Tags: Art, Words, James Joyce, Joyce, 04.23.19


Celebrate National Poetry Month with Bernard O’Donoghue

For National Poetry Month, we sat down with Bernard O’Donoghue, author of Poetry: A Very Short Introduction. O’Donoghue discusses the importance of poetry, the influence social media has, and his own process when it comes to writing.Eleanor Chilvers: Why is poetry important?Bernard O’Donoghue: Poetry seems to have been thought important in all known societies, often without argument. Poetry is often thought to represent values other than the dominant materialist assumptions of society. It is the...
Tags: Books, England, London, Featured, Poetry, Poems, Literature, EC, Q&a, Dante, Seamus Heaney, Joyce, Ulysses, VSI, Percy Bysshe Shelley, Matthew Arnold


Best cities for book lovers

Travelers who love reading can do better than carry a novel in their suitcase and pull it out at the beach or on the train to satisfy their literary cravings. Instead, they can plan trips according to their taste in literature and visit the sites of their favorite stories or drink in pubs where their go-to authors once conceived their fictional worlds. Whether it’s having a pint in Oxford, with the ghosts of J.R.R. Tolkien and C.S. Lewis, or daydreaming about Dostoevsky’s masterpieces on the ...
Tags: Travel, Scotland, Boston, US, Iran, Oxford, Un, Edinburgh, Sherlock Holmes, Arthur Conan Doyle, Melbourne, Lewis Carroll, Dublin, Alexander McCall Smith, Oscar Wilde, Tolkien


Best of Eye Prefer Paris: Parisian of the Month: John Baxter

I am taking a blogging break this week. I am reposting some of your favorite Parisian’s of the Month. See you next week with all new content.   Where were you born and where did you grow up? I was born in Sydney, Australia, but mostly grew up in a country town called Junee. Think Modesto, California, and you'll have some idea. When George Lucas, who was born in Modesto, had his STAR WARS hero Luke Skywalker say of his home planet "If there is a bright center to the universe, this is ...
Tags: Travel, Hollywood, France, Africa, Ray Bradbury, Los Angeles, Rome, Paris, Shanghai, Robert De Niro, Stanley Kubrick, Modesto, William Gibson, Tehran, Michael Frayn, George Lucas


Morning mail: Joyce under the pump, Sri Lanka warnings, climate strike call

Tuesday: Barnaby Joyce’s role in the $80m sale of water under further scrutiny after shambolic radio interview. Plus: is Bernie Sanders the one? Good morning, this is Helen Sullivan bringing you the main stories and must-reads on Tuesday 23 April. Continue reading...
Tags: Barnaby Joyce, Sri Lanka, Bernie Sanders, Joyce, Helen Sullivan


Barnaby Joyce dodges questions about who profited from water buyback in combative interview

Former agriculture minister says he has ‘no problems whatsoever’ with unredacted documents about transaction being releasedBarnaby Joyce has attempted to pin blame for a controversial $80m water buyback on the Queensland Labor government in a belligerent marathon interview.Speaking to Radio National’s Patricia Karvelas on Monday evening, Joyce brushed off threats of a royal commission into the issue, arguing it would have to examine the previous federal Labor government and the state government,...
Tags: Labor, Australia news, National party, Barnaby Joyce, Murray-darling Basin, Joyce, Patricia Karvelas, Queensland Labor, Radio National, Eastern Australia Agriculture EAA


Why The Army’s M-4 Rifle Refused To Work In A Bloody Battle

The National Interest: The U.S. Army’s standard infantry weapon repeatedly overheated and jammed during a bloody 2008 battle in Afghanistan. The Washington Times reported last week on the reported failure of the M-4 carbine during the fierce firefight in Wanat, during which the Taliban nearly overran an Army outpost. A direct descendant of the Vietnam War-era M-16, the more compact M-4 is the Army’s standard-issue weapon. The ground combat branch has half a million of the semi-automatic weapons ...
Tags: US, Afghanistan, Military, Taliban, Army, Helmand Province, Usmc, U S Army, Washington Times, Joyce, National Interest, AR-15s, Eugene Stoner, Observation Post, Wanat, Battle of Wanat


After an initial patch of rough seas, Fishing Vessel St. Jude is reeling in prized albacore, and accolades

Joyce and Joe Malley’s troll-caught tuna has found fans in Seattle-area restaurants, groceries and farmers markets.
Tags: News, Life, Seattle, Pacific NW Magazine, Joyce, Joe Malley


Argand promotes three

Argand Partners has promoted Joyce Schnoedl to partner; Dino Sawaya to principal; and Janel Maki to operations manager. Based in New York and the San Francisco Bay area, Argand is a middle-market buyout firm. PRESS RELEASE Argand Partners, the New York and San Francisco Bay Area-based middle market buyout firm, is pleased to announce the promotion of Joyce Schnoedl to Partner; Dino Sawaya to Principal; and Janel Maki to Operations Manager. “Joyce provides important leadership across our firm in ...
Tags: New York, Trends, People, Harvard University, Deutsche Bank, San Francisco Bay, San Francisco Bay Area, Joyce, Dino, Maki, Magna Cum Laude, Harvard Business School, Janel, The University of New South Wales, The University of Sydney, Argand Partners


Bear & Son 444 Kraton Guthook Knife with Leather Sheath – Review

Bear & Son 444 Kraton Guthook Knife with Leather Sheath Idaho – -(AmmoLand.com)- Here is a review for those of you out there that like a knife with a gut hook. I recently received a Bear & Son Black Guthook Knife to review and thought a lot of you might find it interesting. Bear & Son 444 Kraton Guthook Knife with Leather Sheath And since I recently met the dad and son of Bear & Son Cutlery at the SHOT show, I thought it’d be fun to run a review on a couple of their knives. It’s always fun ...
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PE-backed Norican Group president/CEO to resign

Robert E. Joyce Jr, president and CEO of Norican Group, a metallic parts enhancement company, will resign, effective March 31, 2019. Joyce has been leading the company since 2002. Norican Group is backed by Altor Equity Partners. PRESS RELEASE TAASTRUP, Denmark, March 29, 2019 /PRNewswire/ — Norican Global A/S (“Norican Group”), a majority-owned, private equity portfolio company of Altor Fund IV Holding AB (“Altor”), was informed yesterday by Robert E. Joyce, Jr of his intent to resign his dutie...
Tags: Board of Directors, Trends, People, Denmark, Rob, EBITDA, Joyce, PE, Altor, Altor Equity Partners, Robert E Joyce Jr, Norican, Søren Johansen, Norican Group, Altor Fund IV Holding AB Altor, Jean Marc Lechêne


Lin Shaye is Crazy Obsessed in Trailer for Horror Film 'Room for Rent'

"Silly me… I can't quite reach my towel." Uncork'd Entertainment has debuted an official trailer for Room for Rent, an indie horror thriller from Arizona-based filmmaker Tommy Stovall. Horror icon Lin Shaye stars in this suspense thriller as a lonely widow who rents out a room in her house and becomes dangerously obsessed with one of her younger guests. When a friend’s betrayal derails Joyce’s fantasy world, she seizes control of her own destiny with a deadly mission to finally get what she ...
Tags: Movies, Trailer, Horror, Arizona, Indies, Joyce, To Watch, Lin Shaye, Tommy Stovall, Ryan Ochoa


Braves acquire veteran OF Matt Joyce from Giants

KISSIMMEE, Fla. (AP) — The Atlanta Braves have purchased outfielder Matt Joyce from the San Francisco Giants, bringing in another option for their fourth outfielder spot. The 34-year-old Joyce joins his third team this spring. He signed a minor league deal with the Giants on Wednesday after opening spring training with the Cleveland Indians. Adam […]
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Outfielder Matt Joyce joins Giants on minor league contract

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Outfielder Matt Joyce has reached agreement on a minor league deal with the San Francisco Giants following his release by Cleveland. The Giants announced Wednesday the non-roster addition of Joyce, who is 34 and spent the past two seasons across the bay with Oakland. He played in just 83 games last […]
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‘Stranger Things’ Season 3 Trailer Breakdown: The Upside (Down) of a Teenage Wasteland

It’s the first day of spring, which means summer is right around the corner. And you know what that means: Stranger Things is back. The third season of the hit Netflix series just debuted its official trailer, giving us a glimpse of a summer of big changes for the kids of Hawkins, Indiana. Aside from the obvious first trappings of puberty, the gang’s dynamic is shifting as romance is in the air and fireworks are flying. But greater changes are afoot in Hawkins, as a new morally corrupt Mayor Kl...
Tags: Television, Movies, Dart, Horror, Sci-fi, Netflix, Steve, Lucas, Hopper, Maya, Billy, Mike, Jonathan, Erica, Hawkins, Joyce


Virginia Woolf & Friends Name Their Favorite and Least Favorite Writers in a Newly Unearthed 1923 Survey

Celebrity Twitter can be fun… sometimes…. Tabloids still have mass appeal, albeit mainly on the web. But for those who want to see the introverted and bookish caught off-guard and off the cuff, times are a little tough. Writers can more easily control their image than actors or pop stars, naturally. Most aren’t nearly as recognizable and subject to constant pop culture surveillance. Literary scandals rarely go beyond plagiarism or politics. Sometimes one might wish—as in the days of mean drunks...
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Boy’s letter to Qantas CEO

You know a kid is ambitious when they start planning their business ventures at age 10. Alex Jacquot, a young boy from Australia, wrote a letter to Alan Joyce, the CEO of Qantas Airways, for some advice for the airline he wants to start and the response went viral. Our competitors don't normally ask us for advice, but when an airline leader reached out, we couldn't ignore it.Naturally, there was only one way to respond: CEO to CEO. pic.twitter.com/JTFpzn5a6Y — Qantas (@Qantas) 11 ...
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Boy, 10, writes viral letter asking Qantas CEO for advice on how to start an airline

Australian schoolboy Alex Jacquot, who dreams of setting up his own airline, has penned a letter to Qantas CEO Alan Joyce asking for advice. The letter, and Joyce's response, have gone viral.
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Boy, 10, pens viral letter asking Qantas CEO for advice on how to start an airline

An Australian schoolboy with dreams of setting up his own airline has penned a letter to Qantas CEO Alan Joyce asking for advice. The letter, and Joyce's response, have gone viral.
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Andrew Robb blames Turnbull and Joyce for 'toxic' relationship with China

Former trade minister delivers scathing criticism of Coalition colleagues for souring relationsThe former trade minister Andrew Robb, who took an $880,000 job with a Chinese company as soon as he left parliament, has blasted his former party room colleagues and Australia’s security agencies for creating a “toxic” relationship with China.Robb confirmed he had left Landbridge, which holds the lease over the Darwin port, late last year, after a health precinct project he had been working on was rej...
Tags: Australia, China, Australia news, Asia Pacific, Coalition, Australian politics, Malcolm Turnbull, Barnaby Joyce, Darwin, Andrew Robb, Turnbull, Robb, Joyce, Beijing Continue, Landbridge


‘I understand what it takes’: McCormack swipes at Joyce on successful marriage

Deputy prime minister’s comments follow Joyce’s claims the Liberal and National parties aren’t ‘married’Deputy prime minister Michael McCormack has taken an extraordinary swipe at Barnaby Joyce, after the backbencher argued the Nationals were not “married” to the Liberal party.McCormack said he understood what it took to have a successful marriage. Continue reading...
Tags: National, Liberal, Barnaby Joyce, Joyce, McCormack, Michael McCormack


Scott Morrison rejects Joyce's 'hypothetical' call for greater coal-fired power

Prime minister says Nationals’ push is ‘hypothetical’ because Queensland would not approve new stationScott Morrison has rebuffed Barnaby Joyce and insurgent Nationals’ call for more coal-fired power, dismissing it as a “hypothetical debate” because the Queensland government would not approve a new power station.On Monday, Joyce demanded the Coalition commit to taxpayer support for a new coal-fired power station, dismissing concerns the plan would harm the government by noting the Nationals are ...
Tags: Coalition, Queensland, Scott Morrison, Barnaby Joyce, Morrison, Joyce


Nationals destabilised as Barnaby Joyce declares he would stand for leadership

Michael McCormack says he is not going anywhere but MPs are critical of his performanceBarnaby Joyce has declared he will be a candidate if the deputy prime minister, Michael McCormack, spills the Nationals leadership, but the current Nationals leader insists he is going nowhere.The declaration of intent by Joyce to the Northern Daily Leader on Friday will keep the spotlight trained on internal party tensions after the former Nationals leader suggested in October he would retake the leadership i...
Tags: Australia news, Australian politics, National party, Barnaby Joyce, Joyce, Michael McCormack


Comment on date breakfast squares by Joyce

Have made a similar recipe many times with raisen filling and they are equally tasty! I need to make these soon!
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Joe Joyce result: British heavyweight stops Bermane Stiverne to move closer to world title shot

Joe Joyce battered Bermane Stiverne to secure a sixth round stoppage victory and move closer to a world heavyweight title shot. The win secures ‘The Juggernaut’ a shot at WBA regular world title holder Manuel Charr and perhaps Anthony Joshua further down the road. Expectations were high on Joyce entering the fight given Stiverne was eviscerated last time out in his rematch with Deontay Wilder 15 months ago, and seemingly sauntered through his training camp given he tipped the scales 15 pounds he...
Tags: News, Anthony Joshua, Wba, Deontay Wilder, Joyce, Bermane Stiverne, Stiverne, Joe Joyce, Manuel Charr