When I look back on Monday’s event, I think it hit all of my criteria. It doesn’t mean that it’s perfect. But it sure made me think about a number of new things. Signs of prosperity are cropping up in Prince Rupert. The town recently saw its first near $1 million home a 4,960 square foot residence perched on a bluff overlooking one of the world deepest natural harbours, according to Nikki Morse, a local realtor. The mayor says so many residents are renovating their homes that the municipal landfill is running out of space.
12), cotton (No. 14) and paper waste (No. 15). 8. Don’t Split the Difference. It’s human nature, but it costs you money. So the next time you tell your parents you are bored or you just feel like you need a change of scenery there are limitless, possibilities outside you just have to go and find them. Make it an adventure and see what you come up with. Remember that there are limitless things that the outdoors has to offer, you just have to be willing to look for them and see what happens..
For example, you get talking to a guy in a suit at the city office, bar whatever and after sometime you notice that on his wrist is a thin bracelet made of little wooden beads. You ask about it and you find out he went surfing in Indonesia, or his niece gave it to him, or that he just liked it and actually had to guts to buy and wear it. Seeing and knowing this adds something diferent, but positive, to what your impression of who that man is.
Jason King: So Blonde is the album that was formerly going to be known as Boys Don’t Cry (which has now become the name of a one off 360 page magazine associated with the physical release of the album that you could, briefly, pick up in four pop ups, newsstands and a bookstore, in LA, New York, Evanston, Ill. And London). The original album title would have been especially fitting this week, as it so eerily resonates with the arresting photograph and accompanying video of 5 year old Omran Daqneesh, the baby from Aleppo who sat drenched in blood and dust and stunned into silence after rescue workers removed him from post airstrike rubble and propped him up in an emergency vehicle.
Afterwards, several astronomers began to explore the possibility that Herschel was in fact a planet. These included Russian astronomer Anders Johan Lexell, who was the first to compute its nearly circular orbit, which led him to conclude it was a planet after all. Berlin astronomer Johann Elert Bode, a member of the “United Astronomical Society”, concurred with this after making similar observations of its orbit..