Pretty Green

26 Apr 19
Everything is bad for you

I’m still dedicated to writing about games that you don’t have to pay one cent for (or one of whatever sub-denomination of currency you use.)  But the problem is that a lot of free games out there are buggy, boring, and/or unfinished, some of which I suspect are student projects that would otherwise be bound […]

26 Apr 19
NYDaily.news

It was a 143-second span of unlocked adrenaline and activated attacking, a little chaos and then a lot of bliss.Vladimir Tarasenko twisted Game 1 around and into St. Louis’ favor.With the game deadlocked at 1-1 and 4:22 left in the second, Tarasenko took his game to a higher gear, an impossible gear, bulldozing toward the…

26 Apr 19

[ad_1] The mysterious purple skyglow named STEVE was unmasked last year. Physicists proved that STEVE was not a new kind of aurora – in fact, it’s not any kind of aurora at all. But that still left one big, gaping question: What exactly is it?   Now we have the answer. Unlike the charged particles […]

26 Apr 19
That Doctor Who Fan Blog

Only in this show could you have a story called Genesis of the Daleks following on from a story called Death to the Daleks. While transmatting back up to the Nerva Beacon from Earth, the Doctor and his friends are sent on a mission for the Time Lords. To stop the Daleks from ever having […]

26 Apr 19
Debbie's Beskope Couture

Colors tells more about who you are, how you feel and how you want to be seen. But combination of colors makes you unique, not able to be predicted and makes you slay in a grand style. Join me as we match our colors rightly and gorgeously. Our first color combo is EMERALD GREEN EMERALD […]

26 Apr 19
Detroit Touring

By Norm Elrod (CBS Miami/CBS Local) — The RBC Heritage has the misfortune to sit in the shadow of the Masters. And much of the golf world is still recovering from Tiger Woods’ fifth green jacket at Augusta. That won’t stop players from stepping up to the tee on Thursday at Harbour Town Golf Links. […]

26 Apr 19
Talkin' with Traci

Hello. As many as you know, my name is Traci. I’m 23 years old and fluctuate between 118-125 lbs, give or take. I’ve always been a healthy person, besides the occasional drink or cookie… alright, I don’t eat well. But I do stay pretty active! I work at a local trampoline park, The Factory, but […]

26 Apr 19
CreativeBlogs

Purchasing property is somewhat befuddling and brings loads of hindrances for you. From the thought of a decent area to structure, you have countless to search for. The equivalent goes for townhouses where you can purchase an extraordinary size at sensible the opus price. Be that as it may, in the event that you feel […]

26 Apr 19
Moving forward

I loooved working in a restaurant. I really did. When you work in a restaurant eventually you get sick of the food and after a while you start to create your own things. I worked at Pizza Hut for 10 years of my life. Through high school and college. If our location never closed, I […]

26 Apr 19
theatreCat

A CLEANSING FURY FROM THE 1880s         Wipes you out every time,  Ibsen’s furious, shocking,  violent assault on the cruel decayed conventions  of his century’s end.   Its indecency –  a plot driven by syphilis, prostitution,  illegitimacy,  female victimhood and religious hypocrisy  –  capsized his first.  “A loathsome sore unbandaged; a dirty […]

26 Apr 19
Jackie Anne Blog

Who saw my crazy plant lady Instagram stories yesterday? Ahhhh I do this EVERY year! The school I work at puts on a greenhouse sale and I get ALL the plants! I always go in with the intention of buying a few… and instead I leave with 30 or so.  I just get so excited […]

26 Apr 19
Old Structures Engineering

This missing building is pretty much in line with my previous examples, but there are some interesting details. First, given the width of the lot, I’d guess that there were two small buildings demolished to create that vacant lot. It’s a busy block and always has been: that’s the old Siegel-Cooper Store on the right […]

26 Apr 19
Cat Rotator's Quarterly

Not everything goes quietly. Remember, this is a rough draft, so typoos and plot points may get corrected and shifted between now and publication. Nothing more happened until the middle of November. One morning, a lamb and a bunny met her in her workroom. She sketched the bunny and it went away, but the lamb […]