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National Sex Offender Public Database
The Dru Sjodin National Sex Offender Public Website (NSOPW), coordinated by the U.S. Department of Justice. This Website is a search tool allowing a user to submit a single national query to obtain information about sex offenders through a number of search options including name, zip code, city, and state.
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Check out Bible Blender!
Check out Bible Blender for bible study blended with science, history, technology, and your analysis.
Visit Reeko's Mad Scientist lab
Visit Reeko's Mad Scientist Lab for kid-friendly science experiments, science games and jokes, and interesting (to kids) science news.
Check out Geek Slop!
Visit our sister site, Geek Slop, for bite-sized chunks of news and interesting articles for geeks and other superhero types.
Check out Wilderness Arena
Interested in wilderness and urban survival techniques? How to make a powerful bow out of PVC pipe or a Bog Ken shelter in the wild? What would you do in a zombie apocalypse? Check out Wilderness Arena's encyclopedic cache of survival articles, prepper news, and other survival-related knowledge.
Visit Altered Dimensions for the best esoteric and paranormal stories and news.
Mind Scurry lets your imagination run wild.
Report an Abuser
Afraid to contact the local authorities about a child abuse incident or would rather remain anonymous?