• Texas independence day

    Texas Independence Day is an annual celebration on March 2nd that commemorates the adoption of the Texas Declaration of Independence from Mexico in 1836. It is a state holiday in Texas and is celebrated with parades, speeches, and various festivities throughout the state. On March 2nd, 1836, a group of 59 delegates gathered at Washington-on-the-Brazos […]

  • Cahokia Mounds

    Indian mounds near St. Louis Missouri include the Cahokia Mounds in Cahokia Illinois.  St. Louis used to be referred to as ‘Mound City’ because of the earthen mounds that dotted the city. But, except for Sugarloaf Mound, they are all gone. Sugarloaf Mound was bought in 2009 by the Osage Nation and will be preserved. […]

  • Amazing in Nome Alaska

    Nome, Alaska was established in 1899 during the height of the Klondike Gold Rush. At the time, the area was inhabited by Inupiaq Eskimos who had lived in the region for thousands of years. Nome was originally a tent city of gold prospectors and miners who had come to the area to search for gold. […]

  • Independence

    Many countries around the world have gained independence from their colonizers over the past few centuries. Here are some examples: The Netherlands had colonies in various parts of the world, including: The Zulu Kingdom, which was a powerful state in southern Africa during the early 19th century, engaged in a number of military campaigns during […]

  • Alpharetta Movers

    Don’t Get Caught Off Guard by Moving Company hidden Charges Search for movers in Atlanta and find Mark the Mover, the most respected. When you search for a plumber or a moving company, don’t waste your time dialing 800 numbers or going to billy, you want a local respected mover for your household that will […]

  • Minivan Hit By Amazing Series

    It was a amazing fall day in October, and four college students were driving the minivan to the forest preserve to plant trees, a big hit because they got extra credit from their guidance counselors. The students were all wearing their seatbelts. The driver was a lacrosse player named Jack, and he was very careful […]

  • The Incredible SpaceX Raptor Starship engines

    Florida today asked in 2021 how SpaceX got such cool names for their rockets. In this article they have a terrific photo of the Falcon rocket. But our favorite Elon Musk name for stuff has to be the Raptor engines. Raptor, love it. The new Starship Raptor engines are bigger and more efficient. On the […]

  • Wikipedia and the deep south

    First of all Wikipedia calls South Carolina the deep south. I have been to Myrtle Beach. It is nothing like Jackson Mississippi. It has more golf courses. Interestingly, South Carolina has roots with the Latin interpretation of Charles, as in King Charles I who lived in the first half of the seventeenth century and ruled […]

  • Five largest malls in USA

    5 planet alignment As a comparison, the Perimeter in Sandy Springs/Atlanta, on the top end just north of the outer loop has a retail space of 1.6 million square feet, and anchor tenants like Nordstrom, Von Maur, Dillard’s, Macy’s and Target. Perimeter mall is also surrounded by a rich variety of strip mall shopping, such […]

  • What is SEM

    SEM stands for Search Engine Marketing in the search world. It is the process of promoting a website by improving its visibility in search engine results pages (SERPs). This can be done through a variety of methods, including search engine optimization (SEO), pay-per-click (PPC) advertising, and social media marketing. SEM is an important part of […]