Old Navy

17 Jun 19
AbEquine Product Review and Distribution

Firstly, this rug purchase and subsequent review resulted out of a paddock mishap with another rug, as the day prior to purchasing the first one our lovely Warmblood Amira managed to get the quick clip front closure of her WeatherBeeta Freestyle 1680D Detach-a-Neck Heavy attached to a wire fence. Thankfully, while her rug was destroyed, […]

17 Jun 19
Technotification

The software development industry has dominated by men. It’s true that women are also making an impact but their contribution is still not covered widely in the media. In recent years, the number of female software developers has significantly increased. As you might know, the world’s first computer programmer was a woman, and they have […]

17 Jun 19
The Mask Sign

Hi all! Today I (finally) present my project on Shag Harbour; it’s been a long time coming, but it’s here at last. I’d like to dedicate this project to Stanton Friedman, who passed away recently. Mr. Friedman, who lived in Fredericton, was the lead investigator at Roswell and an extremely influential ufologist. He’ll be missed. […]

17 Jun 19
The Handmade Home

If you’ve been following along on our addition progress, I think it’s been a few weeks since we’ve checked in. There was the last day of school, then we were out of town, we hit a little bit of a lull with other deadlines we had and… and… and…  Yay for never ending lists! If […]

17 Jun 19
Hope Church Daily Prayer

“The Mighty One, God, the Lord, speaks and summons the Earth from the rising of the sun to the place where it sets!” … Psalm 50:1 ———— Opportunities To Pray … Tuesday Evening, June 18, 2019 7:00-8:00 pm. Room 106 Thursday Morning, June 20, 2019 8:00-9:00 am. Room 211 Sunday Morning Prayer and Worship … […]

17 Jun 19
Route 66 News

The operator of Mutts in Oklahoma City is seeking a second chance — much like the second chance he’s given his employees — after a storm damaged the restaurant a few weeks ago. The Oklahoman newspaper reports Mutts owner Omar Molina has been busy cleaning the property at 1400 NW 23rd St. (aka Route 66) […]

17 Jun 19
Learning to Be Claire

I wrote this piece in February and now, being out of the country, feel more comfortable posting it to a public forum. The other day, after running errands around my middle class neighborhood in San Salvador, I turned down the steep decline of a road leading to my house. The road I live on is […]

17 Jun 19
My Vintage Inspiration

I had a surprising end of the weekend. Evidently I started to get tired of myself and my moping and ruminating over the new job and so I decided to go for a run yesterday afternoon. If I ever want to have anything cleaned, going for a run is a good idea. I seem to […]

17 Jun 19
Wausau Pilot & Review

Today in History Today is Monday, June 17, the 168th day of 2019. There are 197 days left in the year. Today’s Highlight in History: On June 17, 1994, after leading police on a slow-speed chase on Southern California freeways, O.J. Simpson was arrested and charged with murder in the slayings of his ex-wife, Nicole, […]

17 Jun 19
Mother of Fire

Prologue There is a sun much like our own. Its third planet looks much like our own once did, before the invention of the coal-burning steam engine. Great blue seas separate masses of green and brown land. A good way south of the planet’s equator, a rocky coastline forms the southern edge of the greatest […]

17 Jun 19
fromthetreehouse13

6/12/19 I woke up this morning inspired to write.  After the month of “blabbing” in South America, I was not feeling it the past few weeks, but today – tada! It’s raining.  One of those days back in working world where I would have given anything to just lay in bed and listen to the […]

17 Jun 19
crabandfish garden

This weekend, I rifled through my seed packets and found some “Diggers Club” seeds to plant in the winter garden. Some of them are winter recommendations and others, well, they were just what I had in store. We will be going overseas next week so I had to get these babies planted! The first seeds […]

17 Jun 19
KRQE News 13
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) – Albuquerque police are still searching for a missing 76-year-old man. Everette Curley was last seen Saturday night at the Canyon Point Apartments near Central and Juan Tabo. Curley suffers from dementia and diabetes. Police say he also walks with a slight hunch. Curley is 5-foot-8, has brown eyes and gray hair. He was also last seen wearing a light blue t-shirt under a navy blue sweater, sweat pants and a black house shoes. If you have any information on his whereabouts, you are asked to contact Detective Joshua Thoma at (505) 924-6066 or call (505) 242-2677
17 Jun 19
Arcynewsy

The most important news in the short overview: Fatal bus accident in Indonesia due to dispute between passenger and driver (11:35 am) 62-year-old dies in glider crash (8:58 am) Deadly Shots at Graduation Party (7.25 am) Argentina and Uruguay: electricity runs again (6:01) Nearly 800 migrants arrested in Mexico (2:46 pm) The news of the […]

17 Jun 19
Metro
‘No more gays in here’ was written on the ground outside the entrance of the cemetery (Picture: SWNS) Visitors have been left disgusted after vandals spray-painted vile homophobic slur over swastikas on a war memorial at a historic cemetery. A tour guide with a group of visitors from New York spotted the graffiti at the New Calton Burial Ground in Edinburgh this weekend. Tombs and monuments of a were hero was left with the Nazi drawings and the phrase: ‘Alwzz hate gays’. ‘No more gays in here’, was written at the entrance to the cemetery. Opened in 1820, notable family plots at the cemetery include that of author Robert Louis Stevenson – the resting place of several members of the family. Graves daubed with offensive words included family tombs to major figures – including rear-admiral Andrew Smith, who died in 1831. Disgusted tourists spotted the vile graffiti (Picture: SWNS) Others vandalised included ornate stone monuments to prominent surveyors and merchants of the 19th century. A mound of ash from a burnt-out fire was seen close to some of the graffiti – along with empty cans of cider. One visitor said: ‘It’s absolutely disgusting. You get jakies in here all the time. ‘The police throw them out but they just come back again.’ Some 300 bodies had to be reburied at the cemetery after the construction of Waterloo Place cut through the Old Calton Burial Ground. It is home to the Commonwealth War Grave for five merchant navy seamen whose bodies were recovered from the sea following an attack on the MV ‘Atheltemplar’ during World War II. There has been an upsurge in attacks in the area (Picture: SWNS) The cemetery also contains four war graves from World War I, of a British Army soldier and officer and a Royal Air Force officer and aircraftsman. It comes just days after graffiti was daubed across another nearby landmark, Jacob’s Ladder. Last week in Motherwell, North Lanarkshire, yobs scrawled ‘scum of the earth’ on a war memorial there – in the week of the 75th D-Day anniversary. Edinburgh city centre councillor Joanna Mowat said: ‘We live in intolerant times with indecent language from all sides of the political spectrum. ‘The tone of political debate has coarsened. ‘It’s very concerning and is the second such incident in a very short space of time which hopefully means it’s the work of one person. ‘Allwz (always) hate gays’ was sprayed above two swastikas on a family’s private plot (Picture: SWNS) ‘Language is used in a casual way which is very, very frightening for members of the community – we need to moderate and be careful of what we say.’ Cllr Mowat has been calling for an anti-graffiti tsar to be appointed by the council after an upsurge in attacks. It was reported last month how yobs sparked outrage after scrawling sectarian graffiti on bus stops in Juniper Green, Edinburgh. Three shelters were vandalised in one night, including one with an offensive slur targeted at the Pope. The New Calton Burial Ground is close to the Scottish Parliament (Picture: SWNS) Cllr Mowar said: ‘There’s more graffiti in the city and we’re getting reports more frequently. ‘If you don’t deal with it, then it’s encouraging to other people because they feel they can get away with it.’ A spokesman for Police Scotland said: ‘Police Scotland were contacted on June 6 by a member of the public reporting racist and homophobic graffiti at Jacobs Ladder Steps at Calton Road. ‘Local officers are aware of the graffiti and enquiries are ongoing out to identify those responsible. ‘Anyone with information are requested to contact Police Scotland on 101 quoting incident number 863 of the 6th of June or contact Crimestoppers anonymously on 08000 555 111.’ [metro-tag-post-strip] [metro-fact-box id=”8027376″ title=”Got a story for Metro.co.uk?” icon=”exclamation” /]
17 Jun 19
evolutionistx

There has been a lot of chatter lately about whether the development of human musical abilities can be explained via some form of sexual selection. Most of this debate has been needlessly heated/involved more insults than it warrants, so I don’t want to pick on any particular people, but all of it seems to have […]