How To choose The Most suitable Hats In Summer Time.

Exterior of Santi Giovanni e Paolo (Venice) - Tomb of Marino Contarini.Many girls are trying to wear hats sometimes. However, some of them lack encouragements and experiences to buy a hat. If you are a person who has such a similar thought, I suggest that you should have a try on them. If you are not familiar about choosing a hat, I would like to give you some suggestions in the followings.

To begin with, you should choose a hat that suitable for the type of your face. You should know that not every kind of unique and special hats are suitable for you to wear. The most important thing is that the curves of hat should be harmonious with your face. For example, a person with obvious face curves is not suitable to wear denim hats with equally sharp curves. A large and soft hat, such as bowknot embellish straw hat, will be particularly suitable for people who have a soft figure to wear. If you want to wear hats that artists usually wear, I deem that people who have a relatively flat face should not put all hair in the hat.

For girls who are tiny, I deem that you should choose these hats with the relatively similar colors. The gradually changing colors will make you look having a lengthened figure. Otherwise, you will be looked even shorter. It is also a good way for you to lengthen your height visually. What you should pay attention to are the styles of different hats.

If you don’t know which one is the most suitable for you, try to wear them constantly and change different kinds of hats will make you find the ideal one in the fastest time. Several tips that you should know when you are buying hats will be your benefit.

Don’t look at the small mirror sitting all the time when you put on the hat. You should stand at the front of large and long mirror. Only in this way, can you see the visual effect.

You should buy hats with the fit sizes accordingly. The fit hat with suitable size will not only give you a comfortable wearing, but also show you an even fashion and delicate appearance.

You should buy hats with the principle of practical usages. You should choose hats that can match with different kind of clothes as many as possible. Different and unique printed pattern will be even better for you to choose.

In the hot summer time, how can you lack a pair of chic and cool hat? No matter in your daily life, or during vacation times, no matter matched with casual daily wearing, or sexy beachwear, I deem that they will give you the greatest support!

You’re Quite An Old Soul, Aren’t You.

Positive thought of faith is the only answer to survive amidst chaos.

Tyrant hands of time taunt me.

Apocalyptical warnings make e shudder

In the bottomless pit of dreary dark uncertainties

I am falling and yelling to escape

From the ashes, I wish to rise

Hands offering to lift me up

Steering restlessness into the calm corollary

I know now, that I have the supporting threads

I have with me now the hands, which hold me

Yes, the time which took away, has now given me back

I have with me the gains of my lost time

I know now, that I have the reason to smile

I have with me the faith from dusk to dawn

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Saudi Prince Abdulaziz Bin Majed Bin Jawad Al Saud Arrested

Saudi Prince Abdulaziz Bin Majed Bin Jawad Al Saud is facing a sexual assault charge. The Los Angeles police officers stated that Saudi Prince Abdulaziz Bin Majed Bin Jawad Al Saud tried to force a Beverly Hills estate worker to perform oral sex on him. He also assaulted the woman.

According to the police, Saudi Prince Abdulaziz Bin Majed Bin Jawad Al Saud was released from prison the following day on a $300,000 bail. The police stated that the Saudi Prince does not have diplomatic immunity and is scheduled to appear in court on October 19, 2015. Not only is he facing a sexual assault charge, but he is also facing a false imprisonment and battery charge.

The police officers were called to Saudi Prince Abdulaziz Bin Majed Bin Jawad Al Saud’s estate on Wednesday, September 23, 2015 after a neighbor saw a woman bleeding and screaming for help. The neighbor also stated that the woman was attempting to climb over the property’s wall. When the officers arrived at the scene, they questioned everyone and escorted 20 people out of the house.

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Saudi Prince Abdulaziz Bin Majed Bin Jawad Al Saud’s rented property is 22,000 square feet and reportedly worth $37 million. A neighbor told the L.A. When you loved this article as well as you would want to be given more info with regards to W3Schools kindly pay a visit to our own web-page. times that several foreign officials have rented the home during the past year. Several attempts to reach Saudi Prince Abdulaziz Bin Majed Bin Jawad Al Saud as well as the Saudi Embassy were unsuccessful. Neither the Saudi Embassy nor The United States State Department have commented on the incident.

In the dark Pt. 1

In the dark pt. 1

I had the funniest hotel concierge EVER during a boring business trip. Thank you so much, Ramon!A poetic story to pass the time…hope you (the reader) enjoys.

I woke up in this dark place.

I’m not sure how I ended up here.

Last thing I remember,

I was in Iraq,

Filling my canteen and realigning my gear.

I can smell a foul odor,

Quite similar to death.

I should know what death smells like,

They call me,

Giver of Last Breath.

It’s tagged on my rifle,

A way to deflect my doings onto it.

But now I lay motionless,

No rifle in hand,

Just opened eyes to nothing,

Myself is all I have.

I try to stand up.

I have no strength.

How long have I been here?

Who put me here?

Why am I here?

I feel a jolt of energy rush through my body.

A jolt, enough to stand me up.

Dark becomes light,

And odor becomes a refreshing breeze.

I am no longer in my tomb of darkness,

I am being pulled out by something…

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….that feels likes fulfillment, as I’ve met my destiny.

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Discord In Concord

Concord, Massachusetts, now there’s a town that has earned its place in history. The seedbed of American democracy, it was at a meeting in 1774 that the residents agreed to form a militia, volunteers who could be ready in a minute to face any approaching danger. Some months later these minutemen saw action against three companies of the British Army on the town’s North Bridge, firing a shot heard around the world.

Another shot has been fired from Concord that has been heard around the world, yea, even so far as Advanced London. The enemy this time is not redcoats but felines. Yes, some of the townsfolk were aiming their muskets against the town’s roaming cats. Are there any German Rex cats in the population, I wonder, pussies of possible Hessian extraction?

Lydia Lodynsky, a local resident, something of a minutewoman, took up arms against a sea of outrageous cats and by opposing feline troubles hoped to end them. Apparently these free rangers had been invading her garden and making away with the local bird population. So she proposed Article 45, a new by-law intended to stop cats entering neighbouring properties without the owner’s permission.

It’s a case of three strikes and you are out. The owners of deviant wanderers found trespassing three times would, under the proposal, have to work with an animal control officer to ensure their confinement; to ensure, in other words, that pussy is kept in the pen. Cats found ‘running loose’ could also be impounded or quarantined. In a letter to the local press Ms Lodynsky said that her proposed bylaw would create “a platform for addressing cat-related disputes as a result of free roaming.” Quite frankly, it all sounds vaguely Un-American.

The media, as the media is wont to do, had fun with this, calling it a leash law, though in fact she was not proposing that cats, free spirits in ever there was, be led around like slavish dogs. But leash law is how some of the local residents, those in opposition to 45, saw it. One even invoked the spirit of Henry David Thoreau, a former resident who sought freedom, transcendental enlightenment and communion with nature in a cabin on Walden Pond. Interviewed by the Boston Globe, she said “I feel confident that Thoreau would not want cats on a leash. It seems to inhibit their freedom to roam and discover.”

Fortunately for the freedom of cats to roam and discover (including discovering birds in Ms Lodynsky’s garden) the proposal was shot down at last Wednesday’s town meeting. Speaking against Article 45, Mr John Flynn said that he did not want Concord to be known as the first town in the country to ban cats. This was followed by Mr James Brown, who in one of the final arguments said “this kind of legislation hurts the town and I don’t want my tax dollars spent that way.

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Dressing A Soldier For The Last Time

This is a picture behind the scenes at Dover Air Force Base where the bodies of fallen soldiers are prepared for burial.

And that includes being properly dressed, all the way down to the smallest detail.
In this picture Staff Sgt. Miguel Deynes is making sure the uniform is just right for an army pilot recently killed in Afghanistan.

There is a very specific process once a fallen soldier is returned home.

The bodies are flown back to the U.S. on a cargo jet.

A team of service members wearing white gloves carries the coffins, covered with flags, to a white van that takes them to the Armed Forces Medical Examiner.

The remains are washed, the hands are scrubbed clean, and the hair is shampooed. If necessary bones are wired together and damaged tissue is reconstructed with flesh-toned wax.

Sometimes they will use photos, sometimes just intuition to recreate the wrinkles in faces, and the lines around the mouth or the corner of the eyes.

“It has to look normal, like someone who is sleeping.”

Once the body is ready then the uniform is prepared.

That includes putting medals in the proper order on the ribbon rack above the jacket’s breast pocket.
During the height of the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan 10 to 20 bodies were arriving every day.

The embalmers often worked all night to get the bodies home on time. That can take an emotional toll so the mortuary has a large gym so workers can blow off steam.

Many say they are haunted by how young the fallen soldiers are, and by how many of them leave behind small children.

That’s why Sgt. Deynes says they are advised not to do research into the backgrounds of the soldiers.

“If I knew the story of every individual who went through here, I would probably be in a padded cell.”
The dress uniform being prepared in this particular case will be in a closed casket.

Even so, it will be perfectly tailored, starched and pressed. Everything will be checked down to the last detail.
Sgt. Deynes says, “They’re (the family) not going to see it. I do it for myself.

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PETN, Piss And The TSA’s Through The Looking Glass Wednesday

[성경이야기]하나님을 왜 아버지라고 하나요? - 포스트Thomas Sawyer is a retired special education teacher. As such he is experienced in explaining things, even to folks who have difficulty understanding. Sadly, TSA agents at Detroit Metropolitan Airport seemed utterly unable to understand Mr. Sawyer’s explanation that he is a bladder cancer survivor and wears an ostomy bag to collect his urine. Two male TSA agents roughly man-handled his ostomy pouch, leaving Mr. Sawyer to rush to catch his flight mortally embarrassed, crying and covered in urine. What Sawyer found most disturbing is that the agents quite refused to listen, even as he tried to explain about his ostomy bag and why it should not be roughly handled.

Representative John Mica (R, Florida) rails that the TSA is out of control and is quite failing to listen to the concerns of ordinary travelers. It is hard to disagree with him about this, although it seems clear that Mica is primarily hoping to turn over airport security to the large corporations who have bankrolled his political campaigns. Mica also consistently fails to mention that even if the airport screeners were private contractors rather than TSA employees, they would still be required at this time to use the porno-scanners and conduct the much-criticized sexually abusive pat-downs.

The Los Angeles Times, which has published some of the best reporting on the TSA issue, made clear in this article that TSA chief John Pistole is primarily concerned about the plastic expolosive PETN, which was used both by the “shoe bomber” and by last Christmas’s crotch bomber. Pistole is right to be worried about PETN; indeed Al Qaeda has made clear they are determined to use PETN to blow up airplanes. The problem is that not only are the porno scanners and sexual assaults a horrible affront to our civil liberties– they are also ineffective at detecting PETN. While Pistole’s heavy-handed approach may be somewhat understandable, what is incomprehensible is that his boss, Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napalitano and her boss, President Barrack Obama seem to be utterly deaf to the protests the TSA’s gestapo security tactics have drawn.

The grassroots protesters who organized Opt Out Day on Wednesday November 24th claim that the TSA blinked– Gizmodo published numerous tweets from travelers who found that the porno scanners were not in use at airports all across the country on the day before Thanksgiving, and even mainstream media outlet (a website published by a number of new Jersey newspapers) reported that the porno scanners were not used at Newark airport on that date, although other media continue to report the TSA party line– that there was no protest and that most all travelers are satisfied with the new security arrangements.

I’m inclined to believe the first hand reports of travelers who say that the porno scanners were not in use and that TSA agents dialed down the sexual abuse to thwart Opt Out Day. But as long as the TSA continues their official policy of treating ordinary travelers like criminals, I will continue to refuse to fly. And I will continue to mourn the loss of my civil liberties, which I fear may be gone forever.

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Appalling Stuff, Don’t You Agree.

Mark Mardell, for you Americans and Canadians, is the North American editor of the BBC. You may never have heard of him, in which case you are fortunate; I rather wish I’d never heard of him either. If you are under the impression that the BBC is the beacon of journalistic integrity, a threadbare myth, I assure you, Mardell’s reports should be enough to disabuse you. But, of course, you live in North America; you don’t have to listen to him. We don’t and we do.

Mardell and the BBC are on a retainer for Barack Obama. Oh, I have no evidence here; it’s just that the quality of reporting would lead one to such a supposition. Take Mitt Romney’s recent brief foreign tour. It was all a public relations disaster, according to the Beeb. Mardell even began one of is blogs with the words “Mitt Romney has offended again.”

What was the specific nature of his alleged offence, you may wonder? Why, he said that the economic vitality of Israel compared favourably with its neighbours, something he attributed in part to the ‘power of culture.’ This was no rant, Mardell assures us, merely a ‘discursive chat.’ Well, at least you can take comfort from the fact that Romney does not rant.

Romney’s words here seem to me, despite the accusations of ‘racism’ by the Palestinian authority, to be wholly unexceptional: the democratic culture of Israel is far superior to that of any of its Arab neighbours, sunk for generations in nepotism, tyranny and forms of economic sluggishness that have hardly changed since the days of the Ottoman Empire.

So far as culture in general is concerned it would be far too tiresome to list all the Jewish thinkers, artists, musicians and scientists who have contributed to a common humanity. On the other side there is…oh, yes, there is the stone-throwing Edward Said.

Israel represents our values, the values that we once promoted, values that the BBC and its acolytes would now call into question. It’s all a question of cultural relativity, you see, with no system being inherently superior to another; and if the Arabs are failures, why, then, it’s all the fault of the Jews.

You might be interested in some more of Romney’s ‘gaffs’. In Britain he said there were some concerns about the security of the Olympics. Gareth It’s true; there were. In Poland he met Lech Walesa, the former Solidarity leader, praising those who stood against the all powerful state. In Israel he also said that Iran should be confronted, not appeased. Appalling stuff, don’t you agree?

You don’t get your news about American politics from the BBC. Neither, as a matter of fact, do I. I’m now in the habit of looking beyond the bias for a more balanced and nuanced assessment. I dislike the attempt to manipulate my views by a left-wing and state-funded broadcasting service that seems to have absorbed its journalistic ethics from the likes of Josef Goebbels.

“God damn America”, screeched Jeremiah Wright, Obama’s personal pastor, at the end of one of his ranting sermons, something the Beeb downplayed at the time. Never mind that; just concentrate on Romney, who thinks that an open and democratic society is superior to backward obscurantism. Shocking.

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Nicolas Cage Makes A Return To The big Screen

Search Engine Optimization Google Search ENicolas Cage is nearing his mid-50s, and the Californian actor and producer is set to feature in a new cop film alongside Australian-born actor Dwayne Cameron. #211 stars Cage playing a police officer trying to foil a bank robbery with his partner (Cameron). Cage is renowned for playing the good guys in Hollywood movies and has played parts in romantic comedies, science fiction, dramas and action films. He is most famous for his starring roles in Moonstruck, Wild at Heart, Honeymoon in Vegas, Leaving Las Vegas, Con Air and Face/Off.

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Perhaps his least successful film was Captain Corelli’s Mandolin(2001), which received poor ratings and has been named as one of the worst film adaptions of popular books by sites such as Promopony. Although the film wasn’t overly terrible, it seemed to skim the most important key parts of what is a beautiful story, making it seem a somewhat simplified version of what could have been a stunning film. However, Cage was undeterred by the flick’s poor critical reception, coming back to Hollywood the following year with his directorial debut Sonny, which was a low-budget drama about a male prostitute starring James Franco. Cage continued to direct with subsequent film Shadow of the Vampire, and he has since turned his hand to television as well – being listed as executive producer for The Dresden Files on Syfy.

Nicolas Cage separated from his third wife, Alice Kim, in January 2016. They married in 2004 and had a son together, Kal-El, in 2005. Cage’s previous wife was the daughter of Elvis, Lisa Marie Presley, but they were divorced within two years. Patricia Arquette was Cage’s first wife and the rumours say that the couple separated not long after they were married – but the divorce took place six years later. Nicolas also has a son, Weston Coppola, from a girlfriend he met in 1988, actress Christina Fulton.

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Nicolas Cage has starred in numerous forms of media over the last 35 years, including reportedly in over 50 films. He has been twice nominated for an Academy Award and won Best Actor in his role for Leaving Las Vegas in 1995, together with many more awards for this blockbuster movie. His films Honeymoon in Vegas, Moonstruck and Adaption were all nominated for awards by Screen Actors Guild, BAFTA and the Golden Globe. The last film he starred in was the successful Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance released in 2013. Not only that, but his love for producing and directing has perhaps taken a forward step in his life, showing us an alternative set of skills behind the scenes. After a four-year break from acting, many wondered if Cage’s acting days were over and his role as director had instead taken preference, but with the upcoming release of #211, it seems he is not quite ready to step entirely behind the scenes just yet.

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4 Career Paths For Science Graduates

Picture a world without scientists. Disease would overtake the world, technological advancements would falter, and the environment would probably take a turn for the worse – after all, it was the science community that warned the world about the ozone layer and the melting ice caps. People who undertake degrees in science are responsible for many parts of society that are vital to the everyday lives of the billions of people who share this planet.

Schultüte, Student, BoardIf you’ve decided that a career in science is for you, then you’ve probably studied physical or life sciences. You’ve got your degree now, or you’re about to complete it, but the problem is that you’re just not sure which path to go down. Where should you let your science degree take you? Below is a guide to four career paths that are perfect for science majors.

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1. Wisconsin–Madison Chemist

Chemists study chemicals and how they can be used to improve the world. To land a job as a chemist, you will either require a degree in science, which you already have or are working towards, or you may require a PhD, depending on which area you want to go into. Don’t settle for an area that you’re not interested in, if you require further education to get to where you want to go, then it’s vital that you undertake that education, regardless of how long the process will take to get the training that you require.

2. Biochemist

Got a keen interest in biology? Then working as a biochemist could be the ideal role for you, as biochemists study chemical and physical properties of living things, and can often focus on medicine, such as the clinic does, researching gene therapy and other interesting treatments. To land a role as a biochemist, you will require a degree in science or biology, and you may also require a PhD, again depending on what role you opt to apply for.

3. Science teacher

Are you someone that has a passion for teaching others about your passions? Are you good with children? Then perhaps you might want to consider becoming a science teacher and sharing your love of this subject with others. Of course, to do this, not only will you require a degree in science, but also a teaching degree or diploma.

4. Environmental scientist

Do you care about the environment and want to learn more about its many processes? Then perhaps working as an environmental scientist could be a good option for you and your career. Just think, you could be responsible for helping to save an animal or plant species from extinction – how amazing would that be?

There are plenty of roles in science that you can choose from if you’ve got a degree in the subject, it’s just a case of taking the time to find the option that’s the best fit for your skills and interests. The ideas above are only four suggestions out of hundreds; hopefully, however, they will help to make the process of choosing a science-related career path, that little bit easier.