Knights of the Pain Table

A Camelot for Sufferers of Chronic Pain

Malfunctioning Circadian Clock May Cause Some Diseases and Disorders

| March 31, 2011

Untitled Document Our Circadian Clock and New Research The term "circadian" comes from the Latin ‘circa’, meaning "around", and ‘diem’, meaning "day". A circadian rhythm is an endogenous (self-sustained) driven 24-hour cycle in biochemical, physiological or behavioural processes. It is adjusted to the environment by external cues, such as daylight. A great deal of research […]

Medieval Life 105 – Great Fairs

| March 30, 2011

Medieval Life 105 – Great Fairs Great Fairs in the Middle Ages Seasonal fairs, markets and festivals offered a much needed respite from the daily workload of the peasants and town dwellers. Fairs grew out of religious festivals which came from "holy days". Merchants would come from all over Europe to buy and sell during […]

Drake Seeketh Old Money at the Junos of Minstrels

| March 29, 2011

Untitled Document Drake and Old Money From the nyght of the Junos, where minstrels dwell, an instant of merriment didst goeth so well. Master Drake, with unmatched charm, didst seek, "Old Money", by getting his Jester on. "Canary Yellow with Loafers On" didst capture the daunce of the "Double Mirror", whilst walkers of gold ankle […]

A Tender Herted Dog Protects A Wounded Friend in Japan After Tsunami

| March 27, 2011

Untitled Document Tale of Chivalry "But the tender heart o’leesome love The gowd and siller canna buy" ~Robbie Burns A tale of chivalry amidst the horrific devastation in the Arahama area of Japan will touch thee deeply. The northeast coastal area of Japan experienced a 9.0 earthquake followed by a killer tsunami that obliterated entire […]

Jennifer Hudson – Where You At -You Said When the Storm Came

| March 26, 2011

Untitled Document Jennifer Hudson – Where You At Jennifer Hudson has returned to the stage with a new album, her first one, since the tragic murders of her mother, her brother and her nephew in Chicago in late 2008. With amazing inner strength and courage she has let music be a bridge to help her […]

Elizabeth Taylor- A Violet Floweret Embathed in Heavenly Light

| March 24, 2011

Untitled Document Elizabeth Taylor (1932-2011) "And raised to heaven her eyes so blue-" ~ S.T. Coleridge To yon starry world Dame Elizabeth Taylor was called yesterday, where she didst join many great stars who went before her. The world shall miss this shining star on this earthly stage. Beauty born, her life seemed nature blessed. […]

Lack of Coal at Madison High – Our Miss Brooks Old Time Radio 1949

| March 22, 2011

Lack of Coal at Madison High – Our Miss Brooks Old Time Radio 1949 Lack of Coal at Madison High – Our Miss Brooks "You don’t understand Miss Brooks..Let me put it this way..in the stockyards when they want the sheep to run a certain way they don’t send out a little lamb out to […]