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Photos Unlimited / Tantrum
« on: July 04, 2018, 09:33:31 AM »
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Photos Unlimited / Dili kaya
« on: July 04, 2018, 09:30:56 AM »
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He he... :)

Photos Unlimited / Clever designs
« on: June 30, 2018, 09:38:49 PM »
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Photos Unlimited / Denims for cowboys
« on: June 30, 2018, 11:16:00 AM »
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Bwahaha! ;D

Tira-Pasagad | Saksak-Sinagol / Ex-hilarated
« on: June 30, 2018, 10:54:20 AM »
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UK Great Britain / 'Last call' for deal, Donald Tusk warns UK
« on: June 30, 2018, 10:06:35 AM »
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Mr Tusk said the "most difficult" issues were as yet unresolved. REUTERS

Donald Tusk has issued a "last call" to the UK to "lay the cards on the table" if a Brexit deal is to be done in time.

The European Council president said the "most difficult" issues were unresolved and "quick progress" was needed if agreement was to be reached by October.

Talks continue over the terms of the UK's withdrawal from the EU in March next year. What happens to the Irish border remains a sticking point.

The UK says both sides want to see a "faster pace" in talks.

By Madeline Farber   | Fox News

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Doctors with Jackson Hospital removed the cyst on May 26.  (Jackson Hospital )

For months, Kayla Rahn of Montgomery, Ala., had unexplained stomach pain and was unable to lose weight. The situation was taking a toll on her life and well-being.

"I couldn't even walk to my car without losing my breath," Rahn recalled to NBC12, adding that she was once asked if she was pregnant with twins.

In May, Rahn finally got the answer to her mysterious medical condition. After her mother took her to the emergency department at Jackson Hospital, doctors informed the 30-year-old that she had a massive cyst in one of her ovaries.

“I do remember telling my mom and busting out crying that they were going to fix it,” Rahn said in a news release sent to Fox News via email.

Philippine Government / Federalism fuzzy to Filipinos
« on: June 30, 2018, 09:27:18 AM »
By: Mahar Mangahas - @inquirerdotnet
Philippine Daily Inquirer / 05:08 AM June 30, 2018

Federalism is not readily definable, but comes in many different forms, shapes and sizes.  Polling about a specific type of federalism will potentially find the extent of public  support or opposition to that particular type. This has serious implications for political partisans.

The administration’s vagueness (deliberate, or accidental?) about what type of federalism it espouses for the Philippines makes it difficult for a politically nonpartisan institution like Social Weather Stations to survey public opinion on the matter on its own account. Is the survey looking for good news, or bad? Good or bad for whom?

The SWS report this week—“One of four Pinoys are aware of the Federal System of Government: 37% support it, 34% are undecided, 29% oppose it,” posted at on 6/28/18—is based on a survey that described federalism only as a system that creates a new level of local government, above the provincial but below the national.


GOOCHLAND COUNTY, Va. -- The FBI is now investigating after a woman shot a New Zealand man outside her Virginia home Friday afternoon.

Troy Skinner, 25, flew to Virginia to meet the woman's teenage daughter after the two chatted online using Discord, a service popular among gamers, the Goochland County Sheriff said.

The 14-year-old girl's mother shot Skinner when he attempted to break into the family's home in the Holland Hills community, the sheriff said.

"He was not invited here, he was not expected here, he had been told in the past that the daughter no longer wished to communicate with him," Goochland Sheriff Jim Agnew said.

We may have answered the Fermi Paradox: We are alone in the universe
Michael J. Coren
June 25, 2018

Alien life should be everywhere. The sheer abundance of stars in the universe (the number far outstrips the total number of grains of sand on every beach on Earth) suggests that, somewhere, an intelligent lifeform should be warming itself on a distant planet. Even if life evolves rarely, ET should be phoning us.

Yet, by all appearances, humanity seems to be flying solo in our galaxy, and perhaps the universe. Many solutions have been proposed to solve this riddle, known as the Fermi Paradox. The aliens are hiding. They’ve entered suspended animation until more propitious conditions arise. A Great Filter makes the leap from “life “to “intelligent life” improbable, if not impossible. They’ve blown themselves up.

Researchers of Oxford University’s Future of Humanity Institute have another answer. It’s likely intelligent life doesn’t exist at all, outside of Earth.

Photos Unlimited / Photobomb level: Expert
« on: June 22, 2018, 03:45:38 PM »
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Heroes, villains, creativity, human frailty: five World Cup moments when art and sport merged
Jun 9th 2018

PELÉ was nine years old when he first saw his father cry. It was 1950, the year of the Maracanazo—Brazil’s devastating loss to Uruguay, at the Maracanã stadium in Rio, which cost the team the World Cup. The child promised his father that he would avenge the defeat. When the two countries next met in the tournament, in the semi-final of 1970, Pelé was playing. With the scores tied at 1-1, he chased a pass deep into Uruguay’s half. The goalkeeper rushed from his line. Their foot race was also the climax of a story, or rather several: the story of the game, of Pelé’s career, of his country’s recovery from the Maracanazo.

With its mortifications and sense of worldwide communion, the World Cup—which begins on June 14th—is a kind of global religion. It is a form of soft diplomacy and a safe outlet for nationalism. For many fans, it is a potent quadrennial madeleine, each tournament summoning memories of previous ones, the lost friends with whom they were watched, past selves. Sometimes the football itself can be cagey and boring. But, especially on its biggest stage and canvas, sometimes football is art. Individual moves can be balletic, a team’s routines exquisitely choreographed. Grand narratives unfold and crescendo, tragedies and unlikely triumphs that feature heroes, villains and occasionally players who contrive to be both.

How To Tips / A few smart tips how to save water
« on: June 20, 2018, 03:27:04 PM »
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World Cup Football | Fifa Soccer / Puto!
« on: June 20, 2018, 03:14:03 PM »
'Homophobic and not very clever': why puto chants haunt Mexican football
El Tri’s victory over Germany on Sunday was marred by alleged homophobic chanting. It’s a common trend across stadiums in the Americas

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Mon 18 Jun 2018 17.34 BST Last modified on Tue 19 Jun 2018 12.57 BST

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Mexico fans saw their team record a famous victory against Germany on Sunday. Photograph: Dave Shopland/BPI/REX/Shutterstock

You can say this for Mexican soccer fans: they’ve managed to turn one of football’s least dramatic moments into one of its more controversial and offensive. The pattern is familiar. The opponent’s goalkeeper lines up a goalkick and the chant begins: “Ehhhh…” Then Mexican fans’ voices rise in unison until the kick prompts a cry of “puto!”

The term is homophobic slang for a male sex worker. And its use by fans at matches from Mexico City to California and now Russia continues to give Fifa and the Mexican federation headaches. On Monday, Fifa announced it has opened a disciplinary procedure against Mexico after the chants were heard during El Tri’s victory over Germany.

Homophobia and homophobic chants are not exclusive to Mexico fans. Fifa issued 51 disciplinary actions over homophobia during 2018 World Cup qualifiers. Of these, 11 were handed to the Mexican federation, with Argentina, Brazil, Chile, El Salvador, Honduras, Panama and Peru also receiving multiple fines. Fifa additionally cited Colombia, Costa Rica, Ecuador, Paraguay, Uruguay, Greece, Hungary and Serbia once each for homophobic chants.

Facts and Trivia / Salt lick
« on: June 20, 2018, 03:02:25 PM »
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Inspiration & Hope / What It Means to Be Loved by a Dog
« on: June 20, 2018, 02:53:31 PM »
By Margaret Renkl
Contributing Writer
June 18, 2018

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The author’s dog, Emma. Credit Susan Bryant

NASHVILLE — There’s a story my husband has been telling for nearly 15 years, since not long after United States forces invaded Iraq. In a news report, American soldiers were going door to door with bomb-sniffing dogs, trying to persuade the citizens of Baghdad to adopt a well-trained pet.

Many Iraqis regard dogs as unclean, and American soldiers were making the case for rethinking that policy: Baghdad would be safer if dogs were housed throughout the city, sounding the alarm whenever an enemy tried to plant a roadside bomb in the night. Also, a dog will love you unconditionally.

The Iraqi homeowner in the story looked at the G.I. and shrugged. “Then you would be loved by a dog.”

« on: June 18, 2018, 10:37:36 PM »
by Kori Schake
The New York Times International Edition
18 Jun 2018

The planet is a safer place because of the U.S.-led liberal order. President Trump wants to destroy it.

Decades from now, we may look back at the first weeks of June 2018 as a turning point in world history: the end of the liberal order.

At a summit in Canada, the president of the United States rejected associating the country with “the rules-based international order” that America had built after World War II, and threatened the country’s closest allies with a trade war. He insulted the Canadian prime minister, and then, just a few days later, lavished praise on Kim Jong-un, the world’s most repressive dictator. Without consulting America’s allies in the region, he even reiterated his desire to withdraw American troops from South Korea.

Such reckless disregard for the security concerns of America’s allies, hostility to mutually beneficial trade and willful isolation of the United States is unprecedented. Yet this is the foreign policy of the Trump administration. Quite explicitly, the leader of the free world wants to destroy the alliances, trading relationships and international institutions that have characterized the American-led order for 70 years.

« on: June 14, 2018, 09:28:35 AM »
By The Editorial Board
The editorial board represents the opinions of the board, its editor and the publisher. It is separate from the newsroom and the Op-Ed section.

June 11, 2018

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President Trump at the Group of 7 meeting in Canada on Friday.CreditPool photo by Ian Langsdon

When Vladimir Putin ordered his hackers to surreptitiously help Donald Trump in the presidential race, he could hardly have anticipated that once in office, Mr. Trump would so outrageously, destructively and thoroughly alienate America’s closest neighbors and allies as he did at the Group of 7 meeting in Canada. The lame explanation from Mr. Trump’s courtiers, that he needed to look tough for his meeting with Kim Jong-un, made matters worse by implying that he felt he needed to publicly kick friends aside to impress a murderous dictator.

Nations represented at the meeting — and especially Canada, whose prime minister, Justin Trudeau, was personally insulted in a way defying basic social norms — reacted with horror and dismay. International diplomacy cannot be conducted by “fits of anger,” said President Emmanuel Macron of France, who Mr. Trump only recently embraced in Washington. “In a matter of seconds, you can destroy trust with 280 Twitter characters,” said the German foreign minister, Heiko Maas. Editorials were less restrained: “When roused, we don’t roll over at the request of an insulting bully, no matter how big,” hissed Canada’s Globe and Mail.

Photos Unlimited / "Let me explain..."
« on: June 13, 2018, 06:25:12 AM »
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Inspiration & Hope / Bugsay's philosophy
« on: June 02, 2018, 12:14:46 AM »
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