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Austinites weighing on parking meter extension
Water Treatment Plant
Austin to explore putting off construction of water treatment plant
Bill Spelman says it will be years before plant needed.
By Marty Toohey AMERICAN-STATESMAN STAFF
“Responsible Water” — Responsible Growth for Northcross spokesman Jason Meeker, who also ran for City Council in ’08
Ban plastic baggies at grocery stores?
Mayor pushing to ban plastic bags at Austin stores
byLarry Kolvoord / AMERICAN-STATESMAN
SMILES’ SPECIAL REPORTS
Toll roads losing money
Political Anomaly: Ron Paul
Norway’s 7/22/11 Attacks: More Updates
Copycat suicide – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
A copycat suicide is defined as an emulation of another suicide that the person attempting suicide knows about either from local knowledge or due to accounts or depictions of the original suicide on television and in other media.
The massive wave of emulation suicides after a widely publicized suicide is known as the Werther effect, following Goethe’s novel The Sorrows of Young Werther.
Copycats of Norway?
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SMiles Lewis has had a lifelong interest in all things anomalous. An early age proclivity at recalling his nightly dreams as well as several personal experiences with ESP, precognition and dream switching bolstered his interest in the paranormal.
In 2003, SMiles founded the non-profit Anomaly Archives that serves as the lending library of the Scientific Anomaly Institute (501c3).
Radio talk show host Robert Larson described Miles as a “Gonzo Alt-Media Proprietor and Informationalist.”
SMiles has been streaming his ANOMALY RADIO Network since last century and podcasting since before the term existed.
In his day job with the Texas State Library and Archives Commission‘s Talking Book Program he manages a Volunteer Recording Studio and audio production department and has been a consultant on two digital audio development documents for the Library of Congress‘ National Library Service for the Blind and Print Disabled.
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