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11 Dec 18
I am kyle tower.

Originally posted on June 25, 2018 at TableTalk. In August 2016, Crossway announced that the text of the ESV Bible would “remain unchanged in all future editions” to provide a fixed translation that could be used “for generations to come.”1 Two months later, however, Crossway issued a retraction. “We have become convinced that this decision was […]

11 Dec 18
Dreads | Dreadlocks by Victor

Here is my entry into the VSAR 302 Fall 2018 Big Mac Challenge. PhotoChallenge I had fun with this assignment because it encouraged open creativity. When this assignment was being presented to the class I immediately started thinking of the foam box from places like Panda Express. I envisioned a broader coverage of light because […]

11 Dec 18
Fashion. Retail. Tech. News.

Happy Monday! Here is a quick recap of news from around the industry in the last week.  Sources are in the hyperlinked text after the headline. Hope your holidays have been successful so far 🙂 Brands + Retailers Marlboro maker buys $1.8B stake in cannabis company.  Adage Amazon tests its cashier-less technology for bigger stores.  […]

10 Dec 18
Forever Fatty Jen

Twice today I walked past the pantry and picked up the bag of mini-powdered donuts with the intent of fully shoving a whole one in my mouth as a quick snack.  And twice today I’ve put that bag back in the pantry and asked myself “what the hell are you doing?!”. This is what it’s […]

10 Dec 18
Pensive Pringles

Hello again my silent friends! Lovely to see you again if you’re reading this. If you’re not then welcome aboard the can of pensive pringles! This week’s emotional analysis is the most socially relevant in today’s time because this one emotion can trigger so many responses in so many different people. Now, this can be […]

10 Dec 18
A loft full of lead

This was an idea I had to link several industrial towers together with walkways. It can basically go as high as you need, so could in theory link a few double height pringle towers together. I have made some changes and even designed an alternative version altogether…

10 Dec 18
BookWhit

Love, Actually… Rumor has it, charming adventurer Christopher Pringle is finally ready to settle down. He’s searching for a free-spirited bride to join him on his travels. But when the matchmaker he hires turns out to be the woman he had a public spat with the day before, nothing goes as planned! Miss Gloria Godwin […]

10 Dec 18
Social Media Tips Washington DC

Pringles' marketing plan around the 2019 Super Bowl spot includes PR, digital and social media. The brand has new product news it could tout in the … This content is been publish thanks to iM DC – Best Tips for Business in the Washington DC area To see the original article, click here

10 Dec 18
The Sun
HOW on earth could I’m A Celebrity . . . Get Me Out Of Here! possibly fill the huge gap left by Noel Edmonds, in the run up to Sunday’s final? That was the question many of us were asking, last week. When it was revealed that Nick’s version of Make You Feel My Love had gone to No1 in the iTunes chart, his deluded David Brent side emerged Step forward, Nick Knowles, DIY presenter, musician, chef, swimwear model, explorer, healer, fully unqualified astrophysicist and all round “hell of a guy”. A phenomenon you’ll be well aware of, if you watch television or engage with Twitter. The Last Leg’s Adam Hills, for instance, is a helluvaguy. So are presenters like Nish Kumar, James O’Brien and all those other blokes who cannot stop wanging on, very publicly, about their feminist credentials and just how much they love the NHS. While others might rely simply on empty words though, Nick Knowles preferred grand heroic gestures, right from day one in the jungle when he threw himself into the water to save four women who were in absolutely no danger of drowning. The idea that Nick Knowles was every woman’s Sir Galahad, was clearly never in doubt then. At least not in his own mind. In his own mind, the idea that Nick was every woman’s Sir Galahad was never in doubt The ever-so-slightly deluded David Brent-side to his character did not fully emerge, though, until the very last week when James McVey revealed Nick’s version of Make You Feel My Love had gone to number one in the iTunes chart. A stroke of genius for production to let the news slip, obviously, and for someone to send an acoustic guitar into camp, so that Nick could delight everyone with an unplugged rendition, which Emily Atack described as “a viral moment,” much like Ebola. Dec was clearly having the time of his life poking fun at Knowles as well, describing him as: “So good at DIY he’s even gravelled his voice.” I need nearly hardly tell you what happened next then. At least this series did end with exactly the right winner in Harry Redknapp The public got rid of Nick Knowles, just as they get rid of any jungle contestant who’s ever shown the slightest inclination to act like an entertaining jerk. This is a problem that dates right back to series one, of course, when livewires Uri Geller, Darren Day, Rhona Cameron and Nigel Benn were all voted out before silent Nell McAndrew, and it continues to prevent a genuinely great line-up from turning into a genuinely great series, even if this one did end with exactly the right winner in Harry Redknapp. I don’t see any way round the problem, either. The voting public just seems to prefer self-absorbed young bores, on “a journey,” to genuine characters. If any of us thought Nick Knowles was finished, the moment Dec read out his name, though, we reckoned without an eviction interview which will surely take its place in I’m A Celeb . . .  folklore. It turns out Nick Knowles wasn’t in the jungle for purely personal or financial gain. It was to heal a divided nation For it turns out Nick Knowles wasn’t in the jungle for purely personal or financial gain. It was to heal a divided nation. “We’re having such a hard time in the UK,” he told Dec, alluding to Brexit, “I thought, if we can get on, it might be a bit of a pointer to the nation.” Gee, thanks Nick. I had been wondering why a cane toad was sat on your head, during the Wicked Warehouse task, but it’s beginning to make sense now. He wasn’t finished either. Nick thought if he and his fellow celebs could get on in the jungle the nation would be inspired after Brexit “I’d like to say one last thing.” Go on . .. “Please support veterans, support the police, support the NHS, support the emergency services. “They have it a lot harder, on a day to day basis, than we have it in here.” A hell-of-a-claim to make when you’ve reportedly just been paid £200,000 to sit around a television set, in Australia, with John Barrowman, but then Nick Knowles is clearly a helluvaguy. [bc_video video_id=”5976533820001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”I’m A Celeb’s​ Nick Knowles states his time in the jungle was to help ‘heal the nation​'”] [boxout headline=”Random TV irritations”] Emily Atack attempting to narrate I’m A Celeb . . .  by taking up squatters’ right in the Bush Telegraph. DIYSOS host Nick Knowles apparently knowing more about the moon landings than Buzz Aldrin and Neil Armstrong. Craig Revel-Horwood ruining his Mr Nasty act with that horrendously-executed spin onto the Strictly set every week. The Apprentice candidates making me eat my own teeth with embarrassment. And the show’s unlikely feminist heroine Karren Brady making a big point of saying: “We’re living in age when we want to empower women, not reduce them to scantily-dressed Santas.” As I’m sure she always told boss David Sullivan. [/boxout] Rare Gem with gob closed SO there was Gemma Collins behaving like a monstrous old boot as usual, last week, when fellow BBC2 diner Adrian Chiles silenced her with a simple question. “Is there anything you can’t stop eating?” Adrian Chiles managed to silence Gemma Collins by asking: ‘Is there anything you can’t stop eating?’ At which point you could see Gemma disengaging from the conversation as she ran through the checklist: “Cakes, buns, crisps, Pringles, biscuits, pies, potatoes, cows, pigs, horses, breeze blocks, deep-fried landfill, light aircraft . . . ” The silence couldn’t last forever, obviously, but it was a nice 40 seconds on BBC2’s I’ll Get This, a celeb dinner party show, that I hadn’t really seen the point of up until the arrival of Chiles, who has a streak of honesty that’s very rare among presenters. Even by Adrian’s own standards, though, his response to the question “Why would you make the best chat show host?” was brutally self-aware. “For a huge amount of money, a big hullabaloo, billboards everywhere, I went to ITV and did another chat show, Daybreak, at which I was s**t. Chiles has a streak of honesty that’s very rare among presenters “I failed abysmally, humiliatingly. I looked miserable, I was sullen, I sat there like a bag of potatoes, I dragged everyone down with me, from the moment I walked in the door at 5am. “So if I ever get the chance to host another chat show, let’s be honest, unlikely, I will be the best chat show host ever, ’cos I know what it’s like to succeed and I know what it’s like to fail, dismally.” A confession that I expected to be met with stunned silence but it was actually greeted by spontaneous applause, from fellow celebs, and a faint whirring noise from Gemma Collins’ brain: “Doritos, kebabs, dips, mini eclairs, maxi eclairs, Jenny Eclairs . . . ” [bc_video video_id=”5976802776001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Inside Gemma Collins’ surprise 31st birthday party for James Argent with Freddie Mercury cake and kararoke”] [boxout headline=”Great sporting insights” intro=”Compiled by Graham Wray”] Alan McInally: “These days, the managerial roundabout swings a lot faster.” Paul Ince: “He took a second touch and hit it first time.” Chris Kamara: “Ryan Sessegnon has been a little bit invisible.” And Paul Merson: “Last week, I was at the game two weeks ago.” [/boxout] I PARTED company with Celebrity Antiques Road Trip the moment the commentator announced: “Russell Kane’s heading for an auction at Penkridge.” Anyone know how much he fetched? UK’S Strongest Man. Best dead-weight lift was, of course, won by Declan Donnelly . . .  who carried about 55 kilos for three weeks. [boxout headline=”Great TV lies and delusions of the month”] This Morning, Phillip Schofield to Gillian McKeith: “You look very glam.” (Tinkerbell, the care home years). I’m a Celeb, Emily Atack: “Rita is one of the best actresses ever.” (She meant Simons, not Hayworth). And The X Factor, Robbie Williams: “If The X Factor was a stick of rock it would have Anthony Russell written all the way through it.” As it actually says “Best before December 2010”. [/boxout] TV Gold Channel 4’s heart-breaking North Korea: Life Inside The Secret State documentary. Michael McIntyre’s very funny and beautifully executed Unexpected Star feature, in The London Ghost Experience. GMB’s Piers Morgan making mincemeat of the indignant Guardian fun sponge who wanted Baby, It’s Cold Outside banned on grounds of sexism. Every single show broadcast on Sunday night, just ’cos none of them was a live May/Corbyn Brexit debate. And Dec making bricks without straw as he introduced the Wicked Warehouse trial, featuring some cane toads and Nick Knowles: “Leathery skin, beady eyes, uses a deep croaking noise to attract mates . . . ” (Turns to camera two, smiles) “You’re ahead of me here, aren’t you.” [boxout headline=”Quiz show dough-balls of the week”] The Time It Takes, Joe Lycett: “Which artist painted dozens of Rembrandt self-portraits?” Graeme: “Van Gogh.” The Chase, Bradley Walsh: “In 1905 Ludwig Roselius invented the method for decaffeinating what drink?” Brenda: “Champagne.” Tipping Point, Ben Shephard: “On the eve of which World War were the famous Keep Calm And Carry On posters first printed?” Raluca: “Christmas.” Bradley Walsh: “In a 2009 film which French fashion designer was played by Audrey Tautou?” Ben: “Gok Wan.” [/boxout] Don’t mention le war FRANCE is burning, Paris is in lockdown and its government’s on the brink. So how many mentions do you think TV’s fearlessly impartial satirical news shows, Have I Got News For You, The Mash Report and The Last Leg, gave it, on Friday? Shows like The Mash Report ignored that France is burning, Paris is in lockdown and its government’s on the brink Correct. None. Because these inconvenient facts don’t fit the narrative and agenda of the BBC and Channel 4, which believe Britain is a basket case and Europe is our only salvation. So it was simply ignored and all three proceeded with the same lazy and witless anti-Brexit and Trump routines they go with every week. There were some slight variations with the other material, obviously. The Last Leg and HIGNFY, ably hosted by Danny Dyer, both invited panellists to be outraged by alleged sexism at the Ballon D’Or awards, held in Paris, ironically. HIGNFY, hosted by Danny Dyer invited panellists to be outraged by alleged sexism at the Ballon D’Or awards While the final Mash Report of the series offered Rachel Parris lecturing viewers about poverty, as only a privately-educated, Oxbridge graduate truly can, before smug-bucket in chief Nish Kumar closed the show by saying: “We’ll be back next year, if the will of the people demands it.” Which is almost the very last thing the will of the people will ever demand. The Mash Report will be back, though. The political agenda of the BBC demands it. [bc_video video_id=”5976971399001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Danny Dyer criticised for ‘wooden’ and ‘boring’ Have I Got New For You performance”] [boxout headline=”Observation round”]Who said the following last week: “Oh my God, there’s a cockroach having dinner on my butthole.” A) John Barrowman doing the Rotten Retrieval trial on I’m a Celebrity? B) Tyson Fury during his Good Morning Britain interview with Piers Morgan? [/boxout] [article-rail-section title=”MOST READ IN OPINION” posts_category=”0″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”popular” /] Lookalikes This week’s winner is I’m A Celeb’s Rita Simons and Lola from Shark Tale Sent in by Connor David. Picture research: Alfie Snelling. [bc_video video_id=”5976217671001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”I’m a Celebrity’s Rita Simons reveals she suffered sleepless night after bingeing on food and coffee after jungle exit”]
10 Dec 18
Dripchapmortlo Site

Symbiosis Centre for Distance Learning (SCDL) is one of the largest autonomous distance learning education institute in India. SCDL offers Distance Education in Post The huge impact created by Tech Total in the domain of Technical writing, Instructional designing and E-learning heralds a new era in knowledge based companies. The Insider’s Guide to Technical Writing […]

10 Dec 18
Capital Growth Management Inc.

[ad_1] CINCINNATI — David Dougherty isn’t the first local executive to launch a new career in retirement. But he might be the only one pursuing two Next Act careers at the same time. Dougherty, 62, is the former CEO of Convergys Corp., a call center operator where he worked for 20 years. Now he’s launching a […]

10 Dec 18
A Fondness For Reading

In the last few years, I have fallen in love with the Fairacre series, by Miss Read (the pseudonym for English author, Dora Saint). Fairacre is an imagined English village, and the stories about the life and people in this village as told by the village school teacher are absolutely delightful. Not everything is idyllic […]

10 Dec 18
Don Tony And Kevin Castle Show

[iframe style=”border:none” src=”//html5-player.libsyn.com/embed/episode/id/7842395/height/100/width/480/thumbnail/no/render-playlist/no/theme/standard/tdest_id/230347″ height=”100″ width=”480″ scrolling=”no” allowfullscreen webkitallowfullscreen mozallowfullscreen oallowfullscreen msallowfullscreen] RUNNING TIME: 3 Hours 38 Minutes Hosted by Don Tony SYNOPSIS: Episode 49 (12/04 – 12/10) Terry Funk makes his pro wrestling debut (1965). DT researches and clears up inaccuracies previously reported about his debut match. Bruno Sammartino def Stan Stasiak to win WWWF […]

10 Dec 18
LowcoSports

Another week of the high school basketball season is in the books, and we saw a number of performances worthy of the RBC Heritage Player of the Week award.