Benny the T.

Hi, my name's Ben. I am 1
22 years of age, about to head off on a Chinese adventure! I am a History Major with a double Minor in music and anthropology, fresh out of Whittier College. My interests range from history to music, contemporary and classical, from video games to steampunk, from nature to society, to everywhere in between. During the summer, I hope to start writing for this blog as well as continue my reposting from other blogs. At some point, I might actually get a blog started to share my China experiences. Stay tuned for bigger and better things!

Twin 1,300-Year-Old Villages Discovered in Arizona Sand Dunes →


Archaeologists exploring the high desert of northern Arizona have found a pair of “matching” villages that date back some 1,300 years, revealing evidence of a crucial phase in Southwestern prehistory.

Researchers found the two large settlements — about a kilometer apart from each other —…

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Blond naked Ebony girl on all fours is waiting for doggy style here


Blond naked Ebony girl on all fours is waiting for doggy style here

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Geeks of Color Go Pro: Working in the Industry at New York Comic Con →



Happy to present my line-up of panelists for the first of two panels I’m moderating at NYCC.

RSVP here on Facebook


Thursday, October 9th

8- 8:45 PM

Room: 1A18

How can fans of color become successful creators? Experienced PoC in TV,…

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A day in life of a Cartier-shopping beggar in China →


China challenges a lot of conventional believes, such as about development model or political system. This time, China may give a new perspective on what it’s like to be a beggar.

While most beggars beg to survive, some entrepreneurial beggars in China have turned panhandling into a low-cost,…


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Lindisfarne treasure hoard: Plea to raise final £3,000 →



Campaigners aiming to buy a hoard of treasure unearthed in Northumberland are appealing for the public to help raise a final £3,000.

Builder Richard Mason found a pottery jug on the island of Lindisfarne in 2003, but it was not until 2011 that he found the jug contained 17 rare coins.


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Historic canoe removed from Pearl River bank →



A historic dugout canoe thought to date to early 1800s settlement in Mississippi is being extracted today from its Pearl River resting spot by a suite of cooperating state agencies.

Mississippi Department of Wildlife, Fisheries & Parks (MDWFP) conservation officers Kallum Herrington and Mike…

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