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About April Flowers

April Flowers is a wandering gypsy, with a deep-seated conviction that every road she has not yet traveled is an adventure waiting to happen. Mentally and emotionally unable to stay in one place very long, April and her bright yellow Xterra can be found anywhere between Texas and South Dakota, following the wind. When she isn't hiking, kayaking, or flipping a coin to decide which way to turn on the next highway, she can be found writing everything from awesome redOrbit.com articles to a truly terrible novel and some stinky poetry.

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Subscription Boxes Unboxed – Loot Crate

Apr 13, 14 Subscription Boxes Unboxed – Loot Crate

Posted by in Media & Entertainment

Subscription boxes are all the rage on the Internet right now. There are several websites dedicated to just listing all the boxes they have found so far. So how do you choose between them? Let me help you with that.

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The Wives Of Los Alamos: A Novel

Apr 11, 14 The Wives Of Los Alamos: A Novel

Posted by in Media & Entertainment, Science

In 1943, a disparate group of scientists was approached about a project to "help the war effort." They agreed, and the Manhattan Project was born. We've spent our lives studying these men, understanding their science, their motivations, and their lives after. But what about the wives and children who followed them into the desert?

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A Pocket Watch From The Future?

Apr 10, 14 A Pocket Watch From The Future?

Posted by in Technology

I love watches, especially pocketwatches. I rarely wear one, but I have a large collection. So when I saw the Kisai Rogue Touch Pocket Watch from Tokyoflash, I had to lay my hands on it.

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Shooting With Timothy Olyphant

Apr 09, 14 Shooting With Timothy Olyphant

Posted by in Education, Media & Entertainment

If you have been following my writing the last year or so, you know I am obsessed with Timothy Olyphant. That is especially true in his current role as US Deputy Marshall Raylan Givens on FX Network's Justified. So you can imagine my immense delight when I discovered this gem.

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Dude! Don’t Bogart The Pizza!

Apr 08, 14 Dude! Don’t Bogart The Pizza!

Posted by in Lifestyle

All pizza is made basically the same way, right? Some dough, a little sauce, veggies, meats and cheese. The ingredients may vary a little, but the basic recipe is the same. Unless, of course, you live in Vancouver, Canada. Mega iLL has a special, extra, ingredient for their pizza—if you are over 18 and have a prescription for medical marijuana, that is.

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Recycling Takes A Turn For The Kinky

Apr 06, 14 Recycling Takes A Turn For The Kinky

Posted by in Lifestyle, Science

Okay, I admit it. I am addicted to sex toy sites. I troll them like crazy looking, and lusting over, the latest and greatest. One of my ambitions in life is to find a way to become a sex toy reviewer so that I don't have to spend money to support my shopping habit.

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WWKRD?

Apr 05, 14 WWKRD?

Posted by in Media & Entertainment

"It's the pretty blond that complicates the scene." Thus starts the adventures of Detective Arthur Wallace in Jonathan Wood's new novel, No Hero. This action-packed, gory thrill ride isn't your normal police story, however.

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Meet Katherine Johnson, A True Pioneer

Mar 28, 14 Meet Katherine Johnson, A True Pioneer

Posted by in Science, Space

Today, women work in every field—from ditch diggers to astronauts. That was not always the case, however. In the not too distant past, the only reason for a woman to go to college was to become a secretary, a nurse, a teacher...or a wife. This was especially true if you were African-American.

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The Wisdom Of Older Women

Mar 27, 14 The Wisdom Of Older Women

Posted by in Education

I attended the funeral of a friend's mom today and it made me start thinking of all the older women in my life who have left and impression. This lady was a big influence in my childhood. I'm a lucky woman.

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Changing The World, One Sanitary Pad At A Time

Mar 25, 14 Changing The World, One Sanitary Pad At A Time

Posted by in Health

Women in First World countries take easy access to sanitary products like pads and tampons for granted. They are on the shelves of every store, available in vending machines in bathrooms, and come in a huge variety of shapes, sizes and capabilities. For women in developing countries, however, this is not true.

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