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  • People start reading comic books and graphic novels for a variety of reasons. The one common denominator I've found is that they rarely begin without someone introducing them to the medium. In recent years, I've taken the role of indoctrinating many people to this fantastic medium.

    The Thirteen Graphic Novels that No Comic Book Fan Should Be Without

    The Thirteen Graphic Novels that No Comic Book Fan Should Be Without

    by Christopher Peruzzi36

  • A brief history of how postage stamps came to be, along with an introduction to stamp collecting. Once described as "The World's Greatest Hobby," stamp collecting flourished until the rise of technology in the 1980s. After three decades of decline, the hobby is now enjoying a rebirth.

    Stamp Collecting: The History and Evolution of the World's Greatest Hobby

    Stamp Collecting: The History and Evolution of the World's Greatest Hobby

    by Peter Messerschmidt6

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  • If you are looking for a decent drone that isn't a toy, these are two excellent choices that won't break the bank. Here is a look at two drones I own that are much more than toys.

    Drone Flying for Beginners

    Drone Flying for Beginners

    by Robert Hampton0

  • Is your speaking voice representing the right image of who you are? If not, there are exercises and information available in this article to help you. Be a winner by learning how to successfully build your image with the use of your voice.

    Your Speaking Voice - How Good Diction Helps

    Your Speaking Voice - How Good Diction Helps

    by Audrey Hunt82

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  • One of the most popular devices for separating fine placer from black sand concentrates is the famous Blue Bowl Concentrator. It is a type of gravity dam - the black sand is washed up and over a hollow plastic cone leaving only fine gold along the base of the cone and the bottom of the bowl.

    Fine Gold Recovery With a Blue Bowl Concentrator

    Fine Gold Recovery With a Blue Bowl Concentrator

    by John R Wilsdon0

  • Getting tired of your favorite deck getting pummeled by the competition? This article describes the methods and habits needed to build a strong Yu-Gi-Oh TCG Deck.

    How to Build a Competitive Yu-Gi-Oh Deck

    How to Build a Competitive Yu-Gi-Oh Deck

    by Zeron8748

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