Lucy

14 Dec 18
News Exc Celebrity

Article and photos from hienalouca.com

Lesbian porn has been crowned the most popular genre of 2018 on leading adult film sites Pornhub and YouPorn – and it’s all largely thanks to female viewers, according to the statistics.

Boasting a collective 40 billion yearly visits between them, the two sites released their annual ‘Year in Review‘ reports this week, and found ‘lesbian’ to be the most commonly searched term across the board. 

Interestingly, the category was deemed to be the most popular search for women across the two sites for the second year in a row. 

Pornhub has said that across 2018, women, who make up 30 per cent of their audience, were 151 per cent more likely to watch ‘lesbian’ videos than their male counterpart

14 Dec 18
Fig Tree Lane Event Hire, wedding and event hire grafton and yamba

Morningside | One of the prettiest destinations for a wedding on offer in the Clarence Valley. This venue will take your breath away. With panoramic river views, onsite accommodation and a friendly and passionate wedding coordinator available to you, this venue has everything you need to create a truly amazing day. What sets this venue […]

14 Dec 18
Mighty Lady Art
14 Dec 18
Pleasant Island

Anthony B van Fossen Pacific Islands offshore financial centers (ofcs) are battling for their survival against the danger that international organizations will cut them off from the global financial system.1 This threat is supported by accusations that offshore centers in Oceania promote money laundering, harmful tax practices, and instability in the world financial system.2 The […]

14 Dec 18
The Importance of the Obvious

In the spirit of Giorgio Vasari’s great series of biographies, Le Vite (itself a tribute to Plutarch’s classic, Lives), we offer features to each of the portrait painters, sculptors, engravers, and cartoonists of the Coolidges (the President, First Lady, the Colonel [Cal’s father], and the Coolidge boys – John and Calvin Jr.) in the posts […]

14 Dec 18
Black Wide-Awake

The Carolina Times, 30 March 1940. Lucy Hines Darden High School Rev. Jeans — Robert L. Jeans. Mr. Satchel — Spencer J. Satchell. E.M. Barnes — Edward M. Barnes. Nannie Barber — Nannie Carroll Barbour Barnes. Rev. Mrs. H.L. Daniels — Hattie Owens Daniels. Mrs. J.L. Owens

14 Dec 18
Lucy

Hello… Greetings to all of you. In this activity I would loves to tell you about my life as a young adult. Before anything else I would like to introduce myself. My name is Lucy and I am 21 years old. I was born on 15th March 1997 at Hospital umum Miri. My father is […]

14 Dec 18
The Stone Table

How does God look at a woman? I think it is relevant to say that He sees her as more precious than the current culture does. A culture that takes away from the beauty she provides to this world, and the importance she has in it. In the Garden of Eden, God placed in Adam’s […]

14 Dec 18
9to5Mac
The legal battle between Apple and Qualcomm, as well as the FTC’s lawsuit against Qualcomm, continues today. Reuters reports that a federal judge ruled today in the FTC’s case against Qualcomm that the chipmaker cannot use evidence of Apple’s move to competing suppliers like Intel to fight allegations that it acted in a way to preserve a monopoly on certain smartphone chips. Back at the beginning of 2017, the Federal Trade Commission filed a complaint against Qualcomm, alleging that the chipmaker engaged in anti-competitive practices to help it monopolize the market of a “key semiconductor device” used in the iPhone and iPad. Qualcomm hoped to use the fact that Apple moved to Intel as its modem supplier for the latest iPhones as evidence it did not engage in monopolistic practices. Judge Lucy Koh said today in the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California, however, that Qualcomm cannot use this as evidence to defend its practices. Judge Koh said that the case is about Qualcomm’s business conduct, not its market power: “Qualcomm does not argue that any post-discovery evidence shows a change in Qualcomm’s own business conduct. All of the proposed evidence relates to alleged shifts in Qualcomm’s market power,” Koh wrote in her decision. Further, an attorney for the FTC today said that there are “still discussions going on” between the FTC and Qualcomm about a settlement. A Qualcomm attorney, however, said the company had “no news” about the status of those talks. As Qualcomm goes up against the FTC, it is also battling Apple. Earlier this week, China granted an import ban and sale ban as part of the Apple vs Qualcomm case, but Apple said that all iPhone models remain available for customers in China. The “victory” was short-lived for Qualcomm once it was revealed that the injunction applied to older iPhone models, and only on the basis of the version of iOS they ran when they first went on sale. Related stories: FTC complaint alleges Qualcomm forced Apple to use its baseband chips for lower patent royalties [U] China grants iPhone import and sale ban over Qualcomm dispute, but Apple seemingly has a workaround [U] iPhones may still face US import ban, says ITC, in latest Qualcomm development Qualcomm says Apple in breach of China iPhone sales ban because it is still selling iPhones in China Qualcomm now tries to get this year’s iPhones banned in China through 2nd injunction Subscribe to 9to5Mac on YouTube for more Apple news:
14 Dec 18
From The Recamier

Today is the Memorial of Saint Lucy, Virgin and Martyr (died about 304). And today is the first day of the two-day Geminid Meteor Shower.

14 Dec 18
Three Great Things

http://traffic.libsyn.com/threegreatthings/18_12_13_-_Thu_of_2nd_Advent.mp3 The Lord speaks to the people about John the Baptist as the fulfillment of the Law and the Prophets.  He is Elijah, who points out the Lamb of God, and from this foundation of faith we take our part in God’s great story of salvation history. Mass Readings – Thursday of 2nd Advent (St. […]

14 Dec 18
TVLine

The residents of Greendale are in for a festive fright when Chilling Adventures of Sabrina‘s holiday special drops on Friday