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Miss World Canada Anastasia Lin says she was denied entry to China for the Miss World competition because she practices Falun Gong

Wild Hearted In My Dreams©

Copyright 2015

By Felina Silver Robinson


Stripped of all that’s normal

I’m bare and I’m free

I run wild between the trees in the wilderness with thee

Hoping that no one will see

You bring life to my soul

My spirit is alive for a time

Not long enough for me

Before the alarm bell rings

and life gets in my way

1. 30 Years of HIV/AIDS

2. Deck your iPhone out in retro Apple rainbows and air vents

Get your retro-Apple vibe on with a customized iPhone 6S made to evoke the look of ’80s Macintosh designs

3. Retro video format Betamax finally dies


4. Children of Argentina’s ‘Disappeared’ Reclaim Past, With Help

5. Memories of Waco Siege Continue to Fuel Far-Right Groups

6. Forget a Clear Backed Smartphone, I Want This Clear Plastic Apple Newton

7. 110-Year-Old Electric Car Sells for $95,000

110-Year-Old Electric Car Sells for $95,000

8. Turn Your iPhone Into a Crappy 1985 Camcorder With This App

Turn Your iPhone Into a Crappy 1985 Camcorder With This App

9. 30 Years Ago: Yes Release the Tantalizingly Incomplete ‘9012 Live: The Solos’

10. 40 years ago, the ‘Witch of November’ sank the Edmund Fitzgerald

Edmund Fitzgerald

11. Remembering the victims of the Winn Dixie firebombing 30 years ago

Ferry is serving 5 life terms in jail

12. Dr. Strange Comics Were Way Different 30 Years Ago

Dr. Strange Comics Were Way Different 30 Years Ago

13. Couple Discovers They Were Preschool Sweethearts 30 Years Ago


14. Agree? Weight loss struggle harder today than 30 years ago

Hundreds of thousands pack Benjamin Franklin Parkway for Mass

At least 700 killed, 800 hurt near Mecca during ‘stoning the devil’ ritual

Saudi ambulances arrive with pilgrims who were injured in a stampede at an emergency hospital in Mina, near the holy city of Mecca, on the first day of Eid al-Adha on September 24, 2015. At least 310 people were killed and hundreds wounded during a stampede at the annual hajj in Saudi Arabia, in the second tragedy to strike the pilgrims this year. AFP PHOTO/MOHAMMED AL-SHAIKH        (Photo credit should read MOHAMMED AL-SHAIKH/AFP/Getty Images)

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