Interestingly, the most efficient hunters in Africa are the African wild dogs.
'Hunting is the pursuit, capture and killing of wild animals as prey for food. Efficiency in hunting is considered as the catch per unit of effort. An animal having a success rate of 30% of the time it attempt to catch a prey is efficient. The African wild dog has a success rate of 80% which rank the African wild dog as one of the world’s greatest hunters. Contrast this with 55% for the Great White Shark and 30% for the African lion.'
I swear, the things you can learn from BBC David Attenborough documentaries is astonishing.
D + H = 1st cousins
D's kids + H's kids = 2nd cousins
D + H's kids = 1st cousins, once removed
H + D's kids = 1st cousins, once removed.
Cousins in the same generational level share a set of grandparents (1st cousins), great-grandparents (2nd cousins), great-great-grandparents (3rd cousins) and so on.
If the cousins are on different generational levels, then they are "removed". Once removed for one generation apart, twice removed for 2 generations apart and so on.
I actually belive that in a earlier instance of this Gif, people talked about that it was drugged as shit. Just so it would be calm. Shit, there is even a page on what drugs to give it!
$0.3 Johnnie Walker Blue Label
$0.4 human blood
$3 HP ink
I think I should refill my printer with the blood of an unsuspecting passer-by.
Edit: I realize these may not be creepy to everyone, but they creep the hell out of me because they are in my presence now and then here. They can sting you with both ends and keep stinging after they are dead. If you only chop them in half and they slither off, congrats, now you have 2 somewhere in your house...ahhhhhrrrgghhh!
When the green British volunteers were marched (!) in ten columns toward the German trenches in the Battle of Loos in 1915, they were mowed down in their thousands until they were stopped by barbed wire. The Germans were so sickened by the slaughter, they stopped firing and allowed the survivors to turn around and return to their trenches. German medics then tended to the British wounded. The Corpse Field of Loos.
You know he had to run a deficit because of the collapsed economy? That is one of the main learnings of the Great Depression and one of the pillars of the macroeconomic response to recessions.
This source has also relevant points:
That should explain it general terms.
Please, for the sake of the nation, don't let partisanship blur your judgement.
Edit: Added more sources. As pointed down before, total government debt is doubled, but the actual deficit ran in the first years of the Obama administration was 10% of GDP. Most of it spent on unemployment benefits.
This should give some context on debt:
Most of it is owed to the Government.
First off, as a man who is old enough to be your GF's dad, "Son, you can touch my daughter, but keep your damn hands off of my guitar!". Laying on it's face is liable to end-up breaking toggle-switches. And that guitar is pristine! (Kids!)
With that out of the way, if you scroll-down to the Daion entry of the Jedistar page linked below, there are so resources linked:
Those Daion's really were nice Japanese guitars, and not just cookie-cutter copies of the the usual American guitars.
There's a bit more info on the page below if you scroll down to the Daion entry:
Some more info:
What a beautful guitar. Pearls before piglets.
Change panties after your ride, and bring baby wipes to get the sweat off of your ladyparts. Staying around in wet panties is asking for a yeast infection, or at least irritation due to a wacked out jungle zone (also moisture exacerbates chafing, something that can happen between your labia and thighs, or between your labia themselves). Use either synthetic blend designed for moisture wicking, or wool for the panty material, as you want something that will dry as quickly as possible and move wetness away from your skin.
Edit: before I get lynched by a pro-cotton gestapo, here is a hyperbolic article about how cotton is a poor material for exertion activities. These are more related to overall performance and hypothermia, but all of the properties (notably, moisture absorption and retention) can translate to vagina unhappiness.
I'll answer part of your question. In Hollywood, the "blonde bombshell" female ideal which is ascribed to Scandinavian women took hold ca 1930-1933. The 1920s were the era of the boyish and flat-chested Flappers, who had short, dark hair - in 1933 silver-blonde Jean Harlow broke through to be the #1 female film star, and Fay Wray got to wear a blonde wig for her role in King Kong.
Swedish-born Greta Garbo (who had light brown hair) was already a star, topping the charts with Grand Hotel in 1932, and Carol Lombard had her hair bleached for a number of hit comedies from 1930-1936.
Nope ... you are safe ... now don't you hold back any more hugs..
> Orangutans, along with gorillas are the most gentle natured of all the apes and will often sit for hours simply gazing at nothing in particular. Attacks by orangutans on humans are virtually unheard of
I feel obligated to correct Orangutan misinformation.
> Orangutans, along with gorillas are the most gentle natured of all the apes and will often sit for hours simply gazing at nothing in particular. Attacks by orangutans on humans are virtually unheard of;
> and in places like Australia otherwise useless land is used for grazing.
This is true and a good point although hoofed animals aren't native to Australia and they've been causing some problems even in those remote parts of the country.
Comfort is the guy who claimed that a banana proves God's existence, because of its obvious design. http://hubpages.com/hub/the-atheists-nightmare
Ray didn't bother researching this point at all; if he had, he would have known that the modern banana is man-made through selective breeding.
This guy is a clown, but unfortunately millions of people listen to him.
There've been a few people (as in seven, I believe) who claimed to have experienced a time slip in a popular street in Liverpool. I thought it was quite interesting that one of them was a police officer.
I don't know what world you're living in, but according to this a pet Meerkat is going to set you back a couple grand.
(But based on my life experience it still seems like the most likely option.)
Oh boy, this is a rough one, and I'm sure I won't be able to point out all the issues with the lawsuit, but it's clear that whoever drafted this wasn't a lawyer. Here's a link to an article about the filing.
R2 (for a few of them):
The suit argues that Bernie should be award all delegates due to the "Fruit of the Poisonous Tree" doctrine. That doctrine only applies to evidence gathered through illegally obtained information. One class in Crim Pro could have taught you this.
Former President Clinton cannot be sued under section 1983, he's not a government actor and he wasn't acting under the authority of the Secretary of State, and Bill's actions weren't conferred onto him by the Secretary of State. A quick search on Google Scholar would have confirmed that is how this section works.
The proof given is certainly underwhelming. The suit argues that disenfranchised voters could have swung the election, but only a poll is given to support this.
I'm not knowledgeable in election law, so I'm sure there's more about how they incorrectly write about state voting regulations as well as voter dilution itself.
I just googled it and it looks like in most places getting a drivers licence isn't any more difficult for a deaf person than a hearing person.
Kinda makes sense when I think about it. A deaf person is way more likely to be aware than a person with their stereo turned up too load.
You also left out enslaving bears in impossibly tiny cages while constantly collecting their bile to the point where they have allegedly committed suicide.
You could just get one of the many dogs that look like wolves and have a pet that's easier to train and more domesticated.
You could just tell people he's a wolf.
This was all I could find, and it's just one sentence in the middle that states a live infant was found, then further down captions this photo by again stating the infant was alive. I realize it's not much to go on, but it seems to be a decent read: http://hubpages.com/education/Chernobyl-Revisited
$5 is far too inexpensive for a handmade hat. She is seriously devaluing her work and the market. The time, energy, resources and effort that goes into making and selling them is far greater than that. Crocheting and knitting are often undervalued, which goes for many handmade items. The skill and energy is rarely appreciated. I am guessing she loves doing it, but she might as well make money doing it.
I know someone already mentioned the copyright infringement issue, but if she does want to sell them legitimately and as an artist, then this is something she should address.
Duh, put the blanket down, fold one side over the poles, then the other over the poles... The weight pins the blanket to its self...
If only Chinese ~~homeopathy~~ required incredibly small amounts of stuff. Maybe then they'd stop having to torture thousands of threatened animals so bad that they struggle from keeping them from committing suicide.
Oh mother of god, a friend showed me Ab Ripper X last night, and muscles I didn't even know I had are screaming today. I think some of these might be what you're looking for. Proceed with caution lol.
So I definitely heard of people having bobcats as pets, and I googled to refresh my memory, and I found these links: https://www.quora.com/Can-bobcats-be-domesticated wherein a farmer describes their experience with domesticating a bobcat, who was nice and then killed their cats.
And this the relevant part of which is:
>Bobcats are a stocky, medium-sized cat native to North America. Bobcats may have the best ‘pet’ personality of all the exotic cats because they bond strongly with their owners. However the catch is that bobcats actually do possess the strength to kill an adult human. They are short, but they are muscular, and they do have success hunting fully grown deer in the wild, making one suspect that they can easily fatally attack humans. Fortunately, this does not seem to have occurred with any captive-bred pet, but it does reveal that this animal should be heavily supervised around children (or kept away from them).
>The video below shows just how lovable a naturally solitary, bold, top-level predator like a bobcat can become when it is captive-raised. Bobcats can even be friends with deer when raised with them since kitten-hood.
>They also adore dogs and are highly affectionate. Do not think that bobcats are perfectly harmless, as they can have their aggressive moments, and they should, like the others, have a large outdoor cage to retreat to during the periods when they become moody. Being escape artists, these cages should be sturdy and well-designed with a top.
>How much could a bobcat kitten mess you up?
They can kill you, but if properly domesticated and socialized and given plenty of energy outlets you should be okay. Also, the mother might not be too happy and come looking for her kitten but I'm not too sure.
I like your kangaroos, OP. :)
Developing a sense for visual grammar is the key to getting good, IMO. Drawing realistically (particularly from reference) is what's helped me grow the most. It keeps you off stylistic crutches so you can draw more freely. Plus it gives you the why on top of the what which lets you make conscious stylistic decisions.
Here’s the section where I bombard you with links. Sorry! Avoiding symbol drawing is critical to drawing well. Drawabox is dang solid, as well as this handy dandy list of resources. If you're interested I've got a booklist I'd be happy to give you, too.
I think the most important thing is to just draw shit you like tho. Right now you're making a case to yourself for why you want to draw. You probably don't have the same drive as someone who's been drawing for funsies over the course of a few years. Technical exercises are great but they aren't exactly a ton of fun for most people.
My other feel-good-bullshit piece of advice is to try and enjoy the process of drawing. If you get hung up on one far-off objective you're going to hit burn out fast. I really hate piling cliches on you but mindset is critical to sticking to art. Learning anything boils down to withstanding the initial frustration of not knowing wtf you're doing and boy howdy is there frustration attached to drawing.
Finally, I'd recommend starting an art inspiration blog. Physical stuff you want to draw, art tutorials, artists you love and admire, shit like that. Tumblr's shockingly useful for this so long as you can skirt along drama.
I'm happy to answer any other questions you might have. I can't promise that they're great answers but I'll try my best.
Happy doodling! Hope to see your kangaroos in an art gallery soon.
The clearest evidence of their crimes is how some of the banks were simultaneously short selling debt instruments they knew to be bad, while on the other hand, advertising them to investors. That practice fits the definition of fraud yet there haven't been any big prosecutions yet.
EDIT: I'll pass on the downvotes though. Thanks anyway.
It's a crock. Just another scam like amygdala retraining, mickel therapy, reverse therapy, EFT, etc. If you are misdiagnosed and actually have something like situational depression it might help you, but if you truly have ME there is no chance this will do anything for you.
You can read a bit about what it entails here.
Ethnicities are not really science, especially not in 1915. There are lots of migrations across those borders that the only way you can make something scientific is to make it blurry beyond order, or to use something like the most common Y-DNA haplogroup (which also makes nice maps! Except completely different ones...). Suddenly Juozas Gabrys shares an ethnicity with Estonia and northern Russia. Here is a bigger version of the haplogroup map, please compare it to the gut feeling of people in your area. Maps like juozas Gabrys' are not as much lying as they are a creative exercise that plays into people's nationalism. Says more about political history than about genetic history.
I've also had patients with colostomies. I'd like to add that there is no smell when the bag is on, so no one would know he has it when he is just out and about. But when a colostomy is emptied...it gets pretty stinky. Regarding farting, I'm not sure if patients still fart us usual, but gas does build up in the ostomy bag, which can make it noticeable. Here is some more information on "ballooning" and colostomy bag care.
I don't think it's always a sign of helicopter parenting. I used to take my kids down slides (before I learned about the broken leg thing) and I'm very much a free-range parent. But my kid happens to be very nervous about slides in particular: she has no qualms about roller coasters designed for adults, but she won't go in these closed-tunnel slides, for example. I figured going down slides with her a few times would help her feel more secure about them.
> sawed off shotguns
Interestingly, US troops used shotguns in France in WWI, and Germany lodged a formal protest against their use.
edit: It doesn't look like she shows how to do every letter, but you can use this to figure out the rest http://hubpages.com/hub/How-to-make-friendship-bracelets-with-letters-and-numbers-on-them
And guess what? Now that you've taken on the supporter roll by paying child support, she can take you to court and force you to keep paying. DNA link or no.
Read this, and hope she never does
E-boats were 100-foot-long torpedo boats capable of almost 50mph and were used to intercept ships in the English Channel. The invasion was called off until the bodies of ten missing men who knew where the invasion would take place were found. Disaster Before D-Day.
During the battle for High Wood (Battle of the Somme 1916) the British had ten machine guns all fire continuously for 12 hours, expending almost one million rounds of ammunition. Two companies of soldiers were used to constantly fetch and carry belts of ammunition. World War 1 History: High Wood-- The Somme's 75 Acres of Hell
> A noticable result of this compromise is that one string of the guitar will always be slightly out of tune, most noticeably the B or G string.
Not if you tune your guitar properly.
The Japanese navy patrolled nearly the entire Pacific Ocean, freeing up the American Navy to concentrate on the Atlantic. At one point they were even protecting the Hawaiian Islands. In addition, a Japanese squadron of one cruiser and eight destroyers protected Allied shipping in the Mediterranean Sea, safely protecting the transport of 700,000 Allied troops.
NOPE NOPE NOPE.
Look, I know blockchains are the buzzword of choice right now, especially among people who glanced at /r/bitcoin and now believe they are magical things that can cure cancer while fixing climate change and ending corruption, but they are not. They are a specific technology for a specific class of problems, which they do handle extremely well, but they are horrible for voting. Plus, you'd need to teach all the random lusers how to use one - rather you than me there...
I believe that is an urban legend. There were slight differences in height, but not enough to account for the radical differences in door and ceiling heights. http://hubpages.com/education/Myths-and-misconceptions-about-history-people-were-shorter-back-then I'm not having mufh luck finfing a source in why houses were small, but I remember reading it was due to economical use of materials.
That being said , there were definitely periods of time, such as Victorian London, where living conditions caused malnutrition and made people smaller. Some places right now, too...
This is wrong. Hillfolk actually grow and smoke a shitload of weed, and Kentucky and Tennessee are in the top three states for outdoor marijuana production in the US, behind California of course.
Perfect example of white, male, heterosexual privilege; although I can't say anything for your unfortunate experience with the "feminist" teacher.
Is it totally unreasonable to believe that blacks, LGBT, and women are at all abused, discriminated against, or otherwise oppressed by society norms?
There are no "heterosexual groups" in schools because heterosexuals don't need support for their sexual orientation or gender issues. People don't experience social abuse or psychological trauma because they were born straight, or born with a gender that matches their sex.
Similarly, non-white people have it way worse than white people. Socio-economically, socio-culturally, and simply socially. Society, whether consciously or unconsciously, rejects and discriminates against people who aren't white. A simple example: multiple studies have shown that having a "black" or "Muslim" sounding name reduces the likeliness of being called back for a job interview, regardless of qualifications. Does that mean the job interviewers are racist? That's a complicated question, because they probably weren't aware of their behavior. Does that mean at least corporate society is racist? Yes.
And women (although in some respects have it the best among discriminated groups) experienced a wide variety of discrimination that they're even often unaware of, partially because certain forms of discrimination are considered socially acceptable. It isn't just straightforward things like pay-gaps or a lack of women in leadership and science positions -- women are objectified, sexualized, etc.
The reason Spike TV is not called "men's TV" is because it doesn't need to be called that. There are plenty of channels already on TV that specifically cater to men. TV has almost always catered to men before women anyway. It's only a recent historical development that we have things like "Lifetime" and "WEN" and talk shows.
Clearly the Hapsburg jaw was a desired trait. ;)
To answer your question more directly, the "desired trait" was "royal blood" and the end goal product was "claim to the throne(s)".
EDIT: It's a minor note, and unrelated to the reason I posted the link, but be cautious. I noticed that the link refers to Prince Charles marriage to Diana as morganatic, which it most certainly was not.
Actually, foxes have been domesticated, there has been a project running for the last 60 years in Russia. http://www.brainpickings.org/index.php/2011/11/21/the-silver-fox-experiment-dog-domestication/
"It turns out that "abject lesson" is an eggcorn, a special form of malaprop (wrong word usage) caused by two English words sounding about the same in a particular dialect. In this case, the culprit might be Indian English, which pronounces the "a" in "about" and "abject" very much like an "o" sound."
If you want to correct people to seem smarter than you actually are, please ensure that you are right before doing so, or no one will take you seriously. Would you like to give the person you replied to an 'abject apology'?
http://hubpages.com/relationships/Gay-Men-7-Places-to-Find-Your-Next-Boyfriend-thats-Not-a-Bar This article might help a little bit! Hope this helps you out a lil. The first one probably won't be great help but hopefully the others are.
9ft isn't very large for a great white. The females are always bigger than the males. Adult female white sharks reach an average length of 16'...
Lots of way bigger great whites have been found. most researchers accepted that the largest great white was a 23-foot individual caught in 1987... Though to be fair that size is disputed. Same site mentions a 20-foot being found near Prince Edward island (20ft is also the generally agreed upon maximum for great whites)
I actually wrote a couple articles on this a little while ago. One for the Magic Kingdom and one for Epcot
I actually update them every once in awhile so feel free to pm any other secrets you may have!
Though BMI is not a good measure of individuals, especially if you are athletic or muscular, it is an ok measure of populations. This does not take away from people having an elevated perception of their fitness.
Broward County, where have we seen this before?
> Experts Find Evidence of Electronic "Vote-Flipping" in Tim Canova Loss to Wasserman-Schultz, Call for Recount
> . The Florida 23rd Congressional District, for which the Canova - Wasserman-Schultz was held, includes most of Broward County and some of Miami-Dade, two jurisdictions which, according to the election integrity organization Verified Voting, use the Dominion Systems DS200 and DS850. These are two of the three models of machines which automatically create digital ballot images. Together the three models account for nearly half of US voting machines. (Look up your type of voting machine.)
panem et circenses is not meant literally, it is a political way of keeping populace content with situation (fed and somehow entertained)
On literal, there are indeed some forms: http://hubpages.com/travel/Expat-Living-and-Working-in-Saudi-Arabia-Entertainment-and-things-to-do
Oh , and prayer too. Many times a day.
There was that one time in WW1 when Russia and Germany negotiated a ceasefire so they could deal with a huge gathering of wolves that were attacking both sides of the fight.
I originally saw this as a TIL, but here is the best source I can find for it.
Back in BO2, POWER UPS WERE LIMIITED! There were a set amount of bonuses per GAME, and it was true -- not picking up a max ammo (aside from dog/max ammo rounds) will literally save it for later.
However, in BO3, it's different. Bonuses are unlimited again, and you get 3-5 bonuses per round now. source- http://hubpages.com/games-hobbies/Black-Ops-3-Zombies-General-Tips-and-Tricks-To-Survive
A decrease in the cat population due to superstition and belief had a direct result on the increase in spread of the Black Death. Cats generally used to keep vermin in check but were innocently killed for their obvious connection to Satan and later killed because they were associated with fleas (Black Death spread by rat fleas).
I don't know where I know this from originally but here's a source
Not exactly. The 17 different ways to say the number 2 is referring specifically to the tense. Polish is the most grammatically complex language to learn. Here is the explanation of it: http://hubpages.com/hub/Most_Difficult_Languages_-_Polish
He personally supervised the first chlorine gas attack in 1915. His wife committed suicide from the shame and the day after her death, Haber went to the Eastern Front to arrange a gas attack on the Russians. World War 1 History: Five Obscure WW1 Facts
working link. the Comptroller is a Hillary superdelegate? why the fuck can't Americans get up in arms about how compromised this whole process is?
if what happened really is illegal, then he needs to hold Hillary's feet to the fire and make her speak out about it.
from a quick google search after divorce or here
It's troublesome finding a study on the effects of false allegations, there's this
But the idea that it doesn't cause an increase in suicide rates is somewhat ridiculous
Based on this source and this source, it doesn't sound like it. They are wild animals with sharp teeth and sharp claws, and require a significant amount of training to properly handle.
>what about sloths?
>The Sloth Captive Husbandry Center in Rainier is dedicated to caring for and researching these unusual animals, as well as propagating the species and educating the public on conservation strategies. All its sloths are of the two-toed variety—three-toed sloths cannot survive in captivity due to their specialized diet.
>Although the center is primarily a conservation facility, it is possible to feed and pet the sloths as part of a pre-arranged small group tour. Visitors seeking the ultimate sloth experience should sign up for the very limited "Sloth Saturation Immersion," during which you can hold one of the animals on your lap. The center describes its sloths as "old souls" and advises that cuddling one of them can be emotionally moving.
This is based on components of this recipe. It has changed a bit over time. We have this semi-regularly for dinner, and it always makes the best lunches! So I decided to do a batch just for lunches this week.
That's Thai, which I can't read... Huh, found this. Apparently it's Lao Khao, a kind of rice whiskey.
Careful with that axe, Eugene.
Actually you'd be surprised why people choose to live on the streets. Don't assume that because someone is on the street and not in a shelter, that he wants to live a life of zero responsibility.
(You can find similar stories by Googling "why do homeless avoid shelters".)
Shelters often times are actually less safe, and because they are densely packed, your stuff is at risk of being stolen. They're also great places to pass disease around through the air, and they operate during specific hours. And sometimes, those hours clash with the homeless person's job. (Yes, homeless people can have jobs.)
If you weigh 120 lbs, when you do standard pushups you're lifting up 66lbs (source).
Most barbells weight 45 lbs, so if you're able to do at least 5 pushups, doing just the barbell shouldn't be a problem. You want to start at just the barbell and work your way up to develop proper form anyway. I you want to, starting with pushups isn't a bad idea since it might be more convenient. If you want to do more pushups, you can increase your incline by doing pushups off a chair or table and it will decrease the weight (see the source above).
This function does not have an elementary antiderivative. So no finite sum, difference, product, quotient, or composition of polynomials, circular functions and their inverses, hyperbolic functions and their inverses, or exponential functions and their inverses will have a derivative that is the integrand
for more examples
Here's an encyclopedia I'm putting together (full disclosure: these are my techniques) on BJJ. Half guard stuff is in here, in the "guard" section, in about 5 different places:
I'd start with half guard basics: http://hubpages.com/sports/Basic-Half-Guard-Tutorial
Bronx zoo https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xi4NUOTqc3I
more pictures of various snow leopards in multiple locations http://thetadelta.tumblr.com/post/35001760612/snow-leopard-tail-nomming-compilation-because
Though I can not speak for the validity of this practice, nor would I recommend it in lieu of an actual tangible deck that you work with and grow with- for the purpose you can try using a standard deck of playing cards.
Scientists disagree. Veterinary associations are united on it being cruel. It does cause lasting physical and psychological problems.
Just because dogs that have been injured don't spend the rest of their lives crying in a corner doesn't make it okay. I have a paralyzed corgi, she's happy, it doesn't mean her paralysis is okay. I had a dog with crippling arthritis, she was happy, it doesn't mean arthritis is okay.
Keep in mind, Canadian credit unions are not the same thing as the wonderful credit unions you hear about on reddit. Quite often people recommend credit unions because they are non-profit, this is not the case in Canada. In fact, credit unions are not even allowed to claim that they are non-profit in Canada. http://hubpages.com/money/The-Not-for-Profit-Perspective-of-Canadian-Credit-Unions
I tried switching to one, and found it to be almost exactly the same as dealing with the other banks, but actually had worse service.
You should tell her that. From what I read, it takes about three months of therapy before they give you an endo recommendation. However, if she knows you're feeling like this, she might expediate the process. Also check this site out: http://hubpages.com/hub/How-to-Get-on-Transsexual-Hormone-Replacement-Therapy-Relatively-Easy You may be able to bypass the therapy process entirely.
you can, just not good wine. All you need is sugar and yeast. Here's one recipe. Also just leaving an unopened bottle in the fridge or in a warm place with give the sugar in the wine enough chance to ferment as well.
>I can be certain a christian isn't going to crucify my black cat, but I can't say I'd trust the satanist around him.
Interesting idea, historically wrong though
Catholic Church supports killing cats, causes plague, kills millions. >The Catholic Church was the most powerful entity in Europe at the time, and the masses were consumed with the presence of evil and eradicating it in any form it might be believed to take. Because of their secretive nature and their ability to survive extraordinary circumstances, the general population came to fear cats as consorts of Satan. The innocent cats began to be killed by the thousands.
>Pope John XXIII reigned for five years (1410-1415) before he pissed off so many other Catholics that he was striped of his title and declared anti-pope. So what was so bad about this mobsteresque pope? For one he decided to terrorize the students at the University of Bologna by demanding they pay a price to be protected from violent thugs who just happened to be under his order. That's not what earned him his anti-pope title though, that had to be credited to the accusations of murder, rape, sodomy, incest, and piracy.
I believe this man wins level 6. Of course, he already had the advantage of being the pope, but such is life.
That's the real irony: the guy is not even using a BB gun (at least not a classic one): > From a lethal stand-point Airsoft Guns are safe. The plastic Airsoft Ammo that it shoots is too slow and light to penetrate the skin, and cause damage to internal organs. http://hubpages.com/hub/Airsoft-Safety
So picture this guy all stubbly and wild-eyed after keeping a 72 hour watch. Suddenly it happens: the mouse creeps out of hiding and stops, sniffing the air. Slowly, oh so slowly, our hero raises his weapon. The mouse twitches, our hero freezes. As the mouse starts to feed, our hero lowers his eye to the barrel braced on the couch. "One shot." our hero tells himself "make it count". Well sighted on the unspecting vermin, our hero slowly squeezes the trigger Then, with a plastic cough, the weapon spits once catching the mouse in the shoulder. Startled and bruised, the mouse scampers away and the vigil resumes.
From the side bar: Quick & Dirty Drawing FAQ
> Fretting about the “correct” way to learn is a way of procrastination. As you go along, your questions will become more specific – and thus easier to find an answer to.
Pick one, stick with it for a while, see if you like it, then try the other for a while. What's important is just to practice a lot.
Intuition is in the heart and the gut, both of which contain Neurons
All the 'DMT' talk is just surface level/entry level kindergarten intro to Spirituality.
If you want to access Enlightenment, you loosen your consciousness from the head space and get it to enter into the heart where Oneness is and into the Gut where Being/Will is.
These are the esoteric core secrets of all religions, from zen, to taoism, to what the monks practice in eastern christianity and buddhism and etc.
They literally ignore DMT stuff because they are just rest stops (attractions) along the way
I'm going to just point out the 'not natural' part of it because that's very wrong. I'm sure you've seen hundreds of links to evidence of animals who pursue gay relationships, so I'm not going to add to that. Instead, think about something else which is, based on the percentage of people with it, "not natural": left handedness. Historically, they were persecuted and associated with the devil. They were taught to do things the "normal" way, and it didn't help them. Are you left-handed-phobic?
This is a great question. Others have touched on this, but sometimes there are plenty of shelters but they're not seen as safe places to be. Here's a good in-depth overview of some fears/concerns.
It's certainly a contender since it covers such a huge area. If we add things to the list that'll ruin your day if you're allergic to insect stings, we have:
... and there's probably more.
Source: http://hubpages.com/animals/Top-10-Most-Dangerous-Animals-in-Texas + a few things I learned on Reddit.
It's your perspective. The shuttle looks curved to me. It looks like you're trying to draw the whole picture at once, and that's usually how you end up with what some people call symbol drawing. That article is really helpful in teaching your brain to draw what's actually there versus what you're interpreting. Instead of trying to draw a space shuttle, you want to draw an offset rounded cone attached to a tube. Once you get the basic shape down, then add the details.
Another suggestion I have is the thumb-pencil measuring technique. It may look silly, but it really does work.
Honestly we don't know. We do know that dog's can have genetic defects, and there are dogs who can appear to have similar characteristics that people have with down syndrome. Some vets say yes, some vets say no, but it isn't commonly studied.
There are absolutely dog's with mental difficulties and physical limitations due to genetic problems. To what extent those problems mirror known human genetic issues is still unknown.
You'd think so in theory, but not in practice. People have been trying for years to prove that deaf drivers are less safe than hearing drivers, but they haven't been able to. The last few decades of research shows that deaf drivers are just as safe as hearing drivers, since driving is mostly visual.
I can do 50 pressups no problem, I'd aim to do 3 - 4 mins with good form. 100 is hard around 70 - 80 i just run out of steam. I weigh 176pounds, male and train a lot. She weighs double me, females are usually have weaker upper body strength I just don't believe it is even possible for her to do one.
Edit - ok so i got curious and looked on googled it. This website suggests when doing a push you are lifting 56% of your body weight, so she's pushing 168 pounds or 76kg
I've read articles that say Polish is the most difficult language to learn to speak for a native English speaker ( here's one and here's another ). And I'm inclined to agree.
The typical example given is the word "dwa" (two) which has 17 grammatical forms! Not all of them occur regularly in day-to-day speech, but listening to Polish radio, I do hear quite a lot of the forms often.
I consider myself fluent in Polish - grew up speaking only Polish before preschool, went to Saturday Polish school for 12 years, and speak Polish with family on a daily basis. Even with so many years under my belt, my biggest issue is the number two, specifically, using the correct gender form ("dwa okna" vs "dwie ściany").
But don't be discouraged. Polish is a fun language, and with persistence you will learn. Immersing yourself in Polish helps, as there are some things you'll only discover when a native speaker points it out. Example: "[You] Take a picture". Literally translated into Polish it would be "Weź zdjęcie", but the correct phrase is "Zrób zdjęcie" ("Make a picture").
According to this page they rarely attack humans. Unlike chimps. It seems like we got our warrior nature from chimps and our sexual mania from bonobos.
^^I ^^am ^^aware ^^that ^^isn't ^^how ^^it ^^works.
Each plague targeted a specific Egyptian deity, the 10th plague was targeted at Pharaoh and his inability to protect his people.
You know it isn't real right? It's just a story to show how God is better than all 10 Egyptian gods together.
I used this recipe but with chicken, broccoli and cheddar instead of bacon and swiss. It made 18 mini quiches, cooked for about 25 minutes. The bisquick trick really works nicely!
The answer is inclined push ups. See the bottom of this article.
Start doing inclined pushups against a wall. Progress to doing them against a counter top. After that do them against a chair or bench.
I hate to say it, but two clowns in a 14g tank is not a good idea. It's just not enough space to allow two fish of that size to cohabitate. One clown might work out in a tank that size, but I would advise you to instead consider two or three smaller fish and maybe a sexy shrimp or two. Smaller fish could include various kinds of gobies. You could also in a 14 gallon tank set up a shrimp with a shrimp goby.
I appreciate the OP starting this topic. For everybody's entertainment, I would like to provide these 2 links:
I hate feeling like a burden, too. But if you don't say anything, you will end up causing him more stress. He will feel like something is wrong, and when you don't tell him it will just end up causing a lot of frustration. I know it's hard, but it's better to be up front about your needs than to prolong the pain for both of you.
Check out this website. I do assertion training for a living now, and I think it might help you. I promise you won't seem selfish, and it has helped me relieve my anxiety a lot! http://hubpages.com/hub/Effective-Communication-Strategy-Communicate-Assertively-With-I-Statements
They are being told that they are special delicate princess's with a very dangerous job so they must err on the side of caution. This is of course, bullshit.
For those who didn't immediately run to google to look up more info -
"Actually the boiling removes the dissolved oxygen in the water which comes out of solution as the water freezes forming micro-bubbles and making the ice look "cloudy". "
bonus : "Boiling also tends to precipitate some minerals onto the pan surfaces if their concentration reaches saturation. This is especially noticeable if you are boiling hard water, which contains higher concentrations of calcium and magnesium ions than soft water.
The most nearly mineral-free water would result from trapping and re-condensing the steam from the boiled water."
Maybe he means he knows of a billionaire who drives a crappy car. I've read the IKEA guy does, and that he lives a relatively modest lifestyle. I've also read stuff about the Amazon guy, too (although I'm not sure if he's a billionaire).
Found this article: http://hubpages.com/hub/The-Lifestyle-of-the-Rich-But-Frugal-Billionaires
I don't know much about that site, so sorry if it's a well-known shithole, I'm just too lazy to look into this further.
uhh, every predator does this.
edit: due to donwvotes i feel i should clarify.
humans are not the only animals that kill. that should be pretty obvious. however, most people don't realize we also are not alone in killing for fun. Dolphins have been known to hunt for sport for a while now, and many other animals seem to. Not only that, but we aren't even the only animals who conduct organized warfare. Ants and Chimpanzees do too. And we most certainly are not the only animals that will overhunt another species to extinction. That has been happening since life began, and is a primary driving force for evolution.
On the flip side, we are the only animal that tries to kill its prey as quickly and painlessly as possible. Obviously not all hunters do this, but most do. I have always found this interesting, because empathy is a requirement for any sort of social structure, yet most social animals seem to have no qualms about killing members of other species. Perhaps our empathy gene became to generalized, and thats why we care about animals?