Although I've always thought that you could go to any most downtown city centers and find plenty of beautiful, still this list is interesting because of the aggregate nature of the list. Several of these women I'd only heard of. I think it would be cool to take these name (whichever ones you like the best) and them bring them up in Google Images and see what pops up (no pun intended).
Yesterday Shona Banda, the Kansas medical marijuana activist whose home was searched after her 11-year-old son challenged anti-pot propaganda at school, failed to regain custody of the boy, who is ...
The graphic says, "Legally kidnapped" but of course there really is no such thing. You know what part of the problem is?
The pigs do stuff like this by surprise and people have no time to think about how to react. I'm of the opinion that a certain percentage of people would resist if they had time to actually make that decision.
But I also think that there is developing a collective consciousness that's pretty well come to the conclusion that they're going to have to resist in whatever way possible even if it means grabbing a gun and saying, "No....it stops here and now...with me...come hell or high water."
And that's what it's going to take to get these forces of evil to cease and desist. What we're seeing here, at its core, is a manifestation of pure evil. And evil doesn't stand up to the light of truth. Sometimes truth hurts even the people who convey it but....that didn't stop our founding fathers, right?
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Great movie about an unknown battle in a largely unknown war. I think it's interesting to listen to the accents of the Aussies, Kiwis, and Canadians...and try to tell the difference.
I can verify that Korea, north and south, is a bitch to fight for. It's rocky and rough as hell. And colder than a witch'es tit in the winter. But now it's amazing how beautiful the country is. Especially in the Spring and Summer.
The movie makes a point that so true. The average soldier just does what he's told. Neither our side nor theirs really had any drudge against the other.
It's just those fucking politicians that get people killed. Real people can and do usually get along.
I'd be willing to bet that anybody who loves music would be fascinated with this page. Look up on the top, pick any one of those names, and plug them into Grooveshark and listen to the artist. I'm listening to Amalia Rodrigues now. She's commonly regarded at the Queen of 'Fado' style. I think she's now decease too...and Mariza has taken over the 'queen' title.
Fado is a beautiful style... almost impossible to imagine until you've heard it. In my mind, its similar to the style known as 'morna' although I've never had the benefit of talking to somebody who really understands the genre to find out for sure.
This is funny. The Muslim baker-guy saying, "No...no... I don't want it." Which really means, 'Are you crazy! Fuck-off!!'
Which...he has every right to say any way he wants to say it. The commentator here makes the real issue perfectly clear and I'm glad somebody finally is. I find it strange that it takes Muslims, in a traditionally Christian country, to have the balls to stand up against what even 'Nature' says is wrong.
Guy don't fuck each other....period. Not only is it immoral. It's just plain stupid.
I get the feeling that 'the right' is starting to wake up though and I think it's going to be interesting to see where this battle goes. There are, after all, more of us than them.
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The video of these animals' mad dash for that food reminds me of the dash for seats on many airlines in 3rd world countries (I remember Vietnam Airs in Pleiku in particular...back in 1969). It looks funny when the animals do it.
New research has shown that diet soda is actually responsible for more weight problems than regular soda.
I don't doubt this a bit. Down here in Barranquilla, Colombia I see people in convenience stores all the time lugging out huge litter bottles of this crap. I do like Dr. Pepper but I don't drink it because it's not available here anyway.
Japanese authorities close off a playground in a Tokyo park after an unusually high level of radiation is detected, report local media.
The headline SHOULD read something like: Officials Finally Admit Tokyo Is "HOT". Lots of people know that Fukushima has contaminated much of the country. Not to mention the ocean(s). I said it then and I'll say it again. We haven't really even begun to see the repercussions from Fukushima.
I actually haven't read or looked at Cosmo in a long time. But... I don't wouldn't doubt that it has evolved a lot consistent with current pop culture and could be considered 'porn' in comparison to what it used to be like many years ago, or lots of other magazines I remember when I was growing up.
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This is some awesome wisdom. Absolutely breath-taking. These are 10 jewels that a culture could grow strong by. It's amazing that people of such wisdom weren't prepared to cope the advent of the white man. Considering the magnitude and impact of the events of that era, one can only assume there was something cosmic involved.
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This is one of the gratifying things about living abroad although perhaps i n some countries more than others. This particular exchange was in Bangkok's Chinatown and, in case you don't know it, it's pretty well accepted that if you want to get anything done in Thailand... you go to a Chinese businessman. They get stuff done.
I don't think there is much of a Chinese business community in Colombia, where I am now, but you do have these unexpected encounters with people who you have honest if brief man-to-man conversations with. I've had several with taxi drivers which in itself that unusual. Taxi drivers come in all types... usually friendly and pretty good at dealing with people when they want too. But the idea of having them with somebody in a foreign country just goes to show you how much alike everybody in the world is.
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This is hilarious. If you've ever seen a group of kids (usually girls if they're younger or Brit rugby or soccer fans if they're older) getting into the spirit of song...this is the way it starts. First one...then everybody else thinks, "Hell yeah...! I feel like singing too!"
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I thought this was a very good movie. In some ways it almost bordered on 'cheesy' but still it was enjoyable. Why? Because it was about 'seeing the future' and 'love'. Interesting combination of elements, I thought.
The popular online home-rental service Airbnb will allow American travelers to book lodging in Cuba starting Thursday in the most significant U.S. business
I suppose some of the Miami-based salseros and casineros have already established their own 'trade' and travel-routes with Cuba but dancers in other parts of the US probably have not. So, this is going to be a hot item for them. It'll probably take a while for studio owners and professional dancers and teachers to work out their own programs for taking groups to Cuba but... I'll bet they will. And I think it'll be a really big deal when it happens.
This looks very interesting. If I had a 'home' I'd be interested in doing something like this... although probably not on this scale. But I love veggies (and the idea of having free eggs) and it's a fact that most restaurants simply don't serve enough good vegetable dishes. Notice their dinner table in this video too...and the non-electric devices (like the blender) they use.
A luxury home doesn’t always necessarily mean thousands of square footage, towering great rooms and gilded toilets. Take these homes for example: to begin building one of these epic houses, all you need is $2,000. That $2,000 will buy you a shipping container. What you do with that shipping container… well, that’s completely up to you. Some creative people have found a way to transform this rudimentary “room” with metal siding into luxury housing that blows us away. These homes are epic.
I think many of these are just fantastic. I'd very happily live in something like this.
Over the years, Sunni-Shia relations have been marked by both cooperation and conflict. Sectarian violence persists to this day from Pakistan to Yemen and is a major element of friction throughout the Middle East.
Funny world we live in.... NWO going wild trying to enslave everybody, Sunni and Shiites trying to kill each other plus everybody else, but Grooveshark.com still has a great selection of world music (like Rosana, singing 'Nada de Nada' which I'm listening to right now in Barranquilla, Colombia) still has great music in spite of their totally fucked-up new user interface. Sounds like Monty Python in real life.
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