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J. Krishnamurti

J. Krishnamurti

J. Krishnamurti was born in 1895 in small village in India. He was heralded as the long prophesied spiritual leader, but in 1929 he denounced this role. Read More
Justine Lemos

Justine Lemos

Justine Lemos is a talented dancer, inspirational educator, and highly effective yoga instructor. She holds a PhD in cultural anthropology from UC Riverside. Read More
Mad Professor

Mad Professor

The Mad Professor syndrome is exemplified by a scientist who experiments in his laboratory and is often featured in sci-fi movies where the world is at stake. Read More
Megan McDuffee

Megan McDuffee

Megan McDuffee is a San Francisco Bay Area composer for Film, TV, Video Games, and other media. Megan specializes in orchestration and electronic mediums. Read More
Mendocino Volunteer Fire Department

Mendocino Volunteer Fire Department

The Mendocino Volunteer Fire Department is a local non-profit organization that responds to the emergency needs of the Mendocino Fire Protection District. Read More

Multi-slacking

Multi-slacking is the fine art of looking busy while doing absolutely nothing. The required skills are simultaneously using a computer, phone, and tablet. Read More
Multitasking

Multitasking

Multitasking is the human ability to attend to more than one function at a time, for example reading a book and listening to music while attending an event. Read More
Nap Time

Nap Time

Nap time is a short period of daytime sleep. A nap to aid digestion and to refresh the mind and spirit is practiced in many cultures throughout the world. Read More

October 17

October 17 is an important date in history. In 2006 the US population hit 300 million. In 1989 an earthquake in San Francisco killed 67 people. Read More
Olmec

Olmec

The Olmec civilization of south-central Mexico dates from approximately 1500 to 400 BCE. The Olmecs were skilled artisans and craftsmen, well known for statues. Read More
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