Don be overly critical of people on the team (some kid spent the trip making fun of everything the guys did, which was weird. He didn come) and for the love of God don hit on coxswains (another guy spent the entire trip trying to bang a coxswain who was already seeing someone and then messaged his host later asking for her number. Super fuckin weird).
Once again let’s remember that the terms we use today did not exist in Biblical times and thus what we call a UFO, or a flying saucer to them could have been described in a completely different way simply due to constraints with the vocabulary availlable to them. This is where we find terms like chariot of fire, and the like so interesting. Ezekiel himself described a flying machine that was a wheel in a wheel and today UFO scholars are left wondering what did he actually see in the skies..
Money is the hot topic these days. Whether you have it and are afraid of losing it or you don’t know where your next paycheck is coming from, right now we all seem to share some form of ‘money fear.’ What if your beliefs about money were fueling how money flows in, or out of your life? Take this simple test to find out your FEQMoney Money Money, MONEY Some people got to have it Some people really need it Dollar! So goes the catchy theme song from Apprentice. If you listened to the lyrics, they accurately describe some common beliefs we have about money..
According to the British Association of Dermatologists, around one in 50 people will experience some form of alopecia in their lives. But it still a mystery to experts it not known exactly what causes it, or exactly how many people have it in the UK. It thought to be hereditary in about 20% of cases.
Grout; This looks like a paste and is used to fill the gaps in between the tesserae after they have been stuck onto the base. You can buy unsanded or sanded grout. Unsanded grout is finer and is used to fill gaps of only a few millimeters, whereas sanded grout is for wider gaps.
Brimstones are common bright yellow butterflies and are often cited as the first butterflies of the year because adults hibernate over winter in woodlands and emerge on warm spring days. However, new adults emerge from their chrysalis in July and live for a year. Males have sulphur yellow fore and hindwings with an orange central spot, the females’ wings are a more delicate yellow or pale green.
While there’s no denying that it rests squarely on the cheesy end of the electronic music spectrum, Raindrops is a glorious symphony of shrill synth bursts, a bassline that bounces along with irresistible elastic band snappiness, an exuberant falsetto vocal hook (“Just like raindrops! You FEEL so good upon my lips!”) and the occasional faux harpischord breakdown.Florence, revisited: Thanks to savvy Halifax reader Michelle, who suggested it as a potential summer single, I decided to take a closer listen to the tune Rabbit Heart (Raise It Up), a gleaming slice of 80s inspired synth pop from rising UK artist Florence and the Machine. Like Bat For Lashes, Florence Welch (who records with a rotating collective of musicians under the Florence and the Machine moniker) is a member of a new wave of young, vocally gifted singers who seem to draw inspiration from the soaring, ethereal compositions of, retro art pop innovators like Kate Bush, Annie Lennox and the Cocteau Twins.Rabbit Heart (Raise It Up) is the fourth single from Florence and the Machine’s debut album, Lungs. It opens with twinkly harp glissandos, then drops away to a spare, beat oriented backdrop that leaves room for Welch’s keening voice.