i better record this condition of peru.priates….xp-45/
Want to revel in your own little corner of airline hell? Why not take one of the world’s longest flights, and really get seriously into a case of airline cabin fever?
There are a number of direct airline flights that clock in at more than 16 hours. Los Angeles to Dubai, Atlanta to Johannesburg, New York to Hong Kong — all of them will cost you an arm and a leg and take about as long as the waking hours in an average day.
Many of the flights shown in the linked article have fancy seats, special tables, and extended entertainment options to make those 16 hours fly by. (Pun intended). But let’s face it: 16 hours on a plane is 16 hours in the company of total strangers, 16 hours in which you could be annoyed by the shrill laugh of the woman sitting behind you or the…
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Take Our Pollpls recover treatment.
It’s autumn. That means it’s time for you to once again reflect upon the many valuable things you learned during high school science class, in that smelly room with the stone-stopped tables and the Bunsen burner devices and the sinks with the odd curved faucets. In addition to dissecting frogs and enduring that first whiff of formaldehyde, a smell that you will dread for the rest of your life, you learned about photosynthesis, and why leaves change color during the autumn.
Photosynthesis is the process by which our arboreal friends take water and carbon dioxide and convert them into oxygen and glucose. The leaves have chlorophyll, a substance that is the crucial agent in the photosynthesis process and uses the power of sunshine to complete the chemical change that is essential to life on our planet. You learned that chlorophyll is a deep, rich green, and during the height…
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pls wait for the 2nd amendement in full swing.such amatuers.martial law.
Last week, in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, a woman working at a food distribution center is beheaded by a former co-worker. Witnesses said that the killer had been trying to convert other employees to Islam, and his Facebook page included a photo of Osama bin Laden and a picture of a beheading.
And now the media is engaged in a debate: should the killing be described as an act of terrorism, or as the deranged action of a disturbed guy who just went “postal” after his firing? An interesting piece in the Christian Science Monitor poses that question and wonders just how terrorism should be defined. Is premeditation required? Does a terrorist act have to be part of achieving some larger terrorist goal?
In some respects, this seems like a debate about how many angels can dance on the head of a pin. After all, it’s not as…
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moh dirt pls sin sity.
stop pulling yourself down i love america more and more since i left the service.
Sometimes you have to wonder how this country once managed to put a man on the Moon. Often it seems like we just can’t seem to do anything right anymore, and our formerly hyper-competent and capable nation is now just a shadow of its former self.
The latest evidence is the developing story about the intruder who leapt a fence and sprinted into the White House. We already knew that the Secret Service somehow failed to unleash a dog that would have knocked down the intruder and left the front door to the White House inexplicably unlocked. Now the Washington Post is reporting that the intruder, who was carrying a knife, made it much farther into the White House than was originally disclosed. He apparently overpowered an unaware Secret Service agent inside the front door — the agent wasn’t warned because alarm boxes nearby had been “muted” because…
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don’t panic take it day by day.
We’ve been dealing a big health scare with Penny. It’s frightening because we don’t know the exact status of her condition or what is causing it, and it’s uncomfortable because it has caused us to start talking about very difficult end-of-life decisionmaking.
Penny is having gastrointestinal problems. We’ve had to buy her special food, and at times she can’t keep it down. If you know Labs, you know that is a warning sign; normally Penny would gladly eat her own weight in just about anything. Last week, things took a turn for the worse. Penny was losing it from both ends without regard for what she was doing, leaving our carpets terribly stained and the house smelling like a latrine. She also was disoriented, apparently uncomfortable sitting, and moving and wandering aimlessly.
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