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  • FactWatch: Is America moving towards martial law?

    FactWatch: Is America moving towards martial law?

    2 years ago

    This isn't an ordinary Hub, it's a FactWatch Hub - designed to share and evaluate evidence for or against an idea. I've compiled evidence, and you can add evidence for or against the idea to the Hub as well. By sharing facts about an issue, we can get to the bottom of it.

  • FactWatches: A new kind of HubPage

    FactWatches: A new kind of HubPage

    2 years ago

    With the world doing all kinds of strange loop-de-loops, and issues being addressed in terms of opinions both in the news and online by the public, HubPages allows us to do things differently. Learn how to create FactWatch Hubs for any topic - and create a source of facts about it that other...

  • Organized Stalking - Quelling Dissent

    Organized Stalking - Quelling Dissent

    7 years ago

    In ordinary suburbs in the U.S. and UK, organized stalkers wage a silent war against private citizens. Learn from my experience and that of others just how organized stalking works, and what you can do if you find yourself a target.

  • The Basics of BDSM

    The Basics of BDSM

    6 years ago

    Lots of people have heard of BDSM and "kink", but have never really learned about it or tried it. It's always their friend's-brother's-uncles-co-worker who's told them something about it. Live a little, and discover something that could change your whole life.

  • What is an egregore?

    What is an egregore?

    10 years ago

    From "team spirit" to corporate culture, websites to ad campaigns to nationalism, why do group events seem to "take on a life of their own"? Could there really be a sort of group consciousness behind it all?

  • Ten Quick Ways to Make Money

    Ten Quick Ways to Make Money

    6 years ago

    With finances being tight for a lot of Americans these days, here are ten quick options to raise some cash for extra bills, or even a new startup project. Enjoy.

  • How to Tell Your Boss to Quit Swamping You With Too Much Work

    How to Tell Your Boss to Quit Swamping You With Too Much Work

    17 months ago

    I've seen it before. Bosses dropping workload on you that isn't yours, and overburdening you with more than you can handle, or with more than you're being paid to do. Resolving this is tough for most people, but you can learn some clear, direct and calm communication skills to resolve this...


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