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Lumia 930 beats iPhone 6 in blind photo comparisons. Just sayin'
I remember when I first started wearing eyeliner I put it on so thick and uneven but eventualy I got used to it and I was applying it super thin so from one end of scale to ano…
I'm a firm believer of "practice makes perfect" however, in the case of eye liners, a certain extent of "artistic ability" also tends to play part. I usually imagine my eye liner brush as a paint brush and my face as my canvas (which in all honesty is how it works for me because make up IS a form of art..a beautiful, indulgent form of art, lol) and then imagine myself painting. It usually works out quite well, although adjustments are always needed :)
I usually ask people for tips , you should try that too don't you think so
I'm not familiar with Broad City, sadly.
Red Reddington. If you have to ask "why", you'd never understand the answer.
In real life she would be the worst. I mean just the worst. If I could be friends with someone from TV it would be George W. Bush. He's an awesome artist and doesn't put on airs. Most artists are not like that. He's the real deal. Not a poser artist. I hate those kinds of people.
To be honest I see an awful lot of people (perhaps the majority) standing gawping ... staring ... and not helping or doing anything useful ... and personally after a lifetime of w…
How is it a security camera when it's shaking like someone's holding it? My husband and daughter swear that if this is a person holding the camera why are they videoing a quiet corner ? Either way it's pretty amazing to see that explosion happen at the exact moment that it did.
Bottom video: help was on the way, before help even arrived. Kudos to the civilians who treated the person caught in the blast, and the lady stuck on the fire escape. Give 'EM Keys to the City.
Pretty classless of the Army to throw in that "misbehavior before the enemy" charge.
If the politicians stay out of it, he'll be doing 20-25 at Leavenworth, and hopefully be bunked with Bubba.
Best Solution for Jeremy to take his 30% of Top Gear and move to the USA and hire Richard and James May I'm sure Discovery, ABC, NBC, or CBS would re-name it something differe…
Top Gear will never be the same and I for one wont be watching the new format without Clarkson
Jeremy, James and Richard should move to netflix and start a show named "THE INTERCEPTORS".
My Swedish grandfather was "adopted" by a family that sent him to work in the copper mines in Upper Michigan when he was a young child. The family used the money he earn…
is there any kind of fund for the survivors?? I feel obligated to participate, I purchased meow mix cat food...
This story seems really incomplete. It goes from finding the men to following the fish. Are the men still there!?! Forgive my ignorance but is slavery legal in Indonesia? What is being done besides "appreciate[ing] the information and want[ing] to do something about this?
My wife has been making me the best beef soup for over 30 years. Weirdly there's now two ingredients she can't remember the names of but she knows to add them every time. Th…
What an awful group of diseases... I imagine it to be like backward evolution, from an emotionally mature human to a purely reactive lizard, the long climb of childhood into the light reversed, going back to where we came from, but without the protection of a nurturing mother. In the end, with all control over fear lost, we can only rely on the mercy of our environment to not arouse the most deep seated emotions in us. Let it be quick.
My FIL was diagnosed with dementia just 3 years before he died. We was very active the 20 years or so after he retired but after surgery to remove a cancer from his bladder he had to slow down considerably and so did his mind. His wife and other two sons could not and would not care for him and wanted to put him in a nursing home. My husband and I knew we wouldn't have him long if this happened so we moved him in with us. Even before he died he still had lucid moments when he would tell us how much he loved us and how sad he was that the rest of his family had given up on him. Even on his worst days he would get so much pleasure by simply tossing playing cards at me, after picking them all up he would look at me and wink and ask if he could do it again. Yes, it was child like but it did make him happy. Regardless of the regression he was experiencing his basic personality never changed, he was sweet and fun loving all the way to the end.
Boston's other sister city (Chicago) we have what it needs...
"A low value for human life gets results. Say what you will about Boston, but it's not a wicked place." - Author of article.
I laugh at how liberals contradict themselves from one sentence to the next. "Oh Vey!!! kill the goyim so we can have our games... we're not wicked!!!"
MFW 99.9% of america was too stupid to pick up on this :/
I like that
One of the many American Obese Factories, instead of a gingerbread house to lure children they use toys and balloons, yes kids you too will end up like a balloon
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Champions of what, Mr. Matthews? Of a generation whose verbal and mathematical skills have sunk SO low, when you have the highest technology at your fingertips? Gutenburg's generation thirsted for a new book every six months. Your generation gets a new web page every six seconds. And how do you use this technology? To beat King Koopa, and save the princess. Shame on you. You deserve what you get.