You can’t beat this for FREE. Looks like a micro-Highland Games (at Loon). With ‘Albannach‘ & Charlie Zahm present the music should be good and ‘Albannach’ always puts on a great, energetic show. This is definitely worth considering. From what I can see the weather will be kind.
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Another Intertribal Pow Wow in New Hampshire, this time in the South tier, just a few weeks after the very successful “Honoring Of The Elders” Pow Wow in Tamworth, N.H. This looks good. Not sure we will be able to make it. That is a busy weekend.
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Attribution WILL be enforced.
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NO post-processing whatsoever.
It is frigging amazing how much disservice we get on Roku/Sling when it comes to cricket.
Willow managed to ruin the 2016 ICC World Twenty20 with their inability to show the correct matches.
And now ‘One World Sports’ has caught the bug.
2nd Test Day 2 highlights were not broadcast on Saturday night — in the allocated 10pm slot!
On Sunday, in the 10pm slot allocated for Day 3 highlights, they showed Day 2! Actually they showed Day 2 highlights — TWICE, back-to-back, 9pm and 10pm!
Couldn’t even see Day 3 highlights Monday morning. Yet again they are showing Day 2 when the Program Guide says Day 3.
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A taser could have worked.
IF any of the bloody zookeepers were brave enough to get close enough.
That was the problem.
Sheer, Utter COWARDICE of the zookeepers.
If you can taser a moose you can taser a 400 pound gorilla.
This was from 2010. 6 years ago!
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There were other options.
Problem was that the pathetic zookeepers were too scared
to go into the enclosure to get close enough.
June 2016 ‘National Geographic’.
Page 35 — “Peru’s World Apart“.
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I have to confess I was surprised (pleasantly, I think). I had assumed, obviously erroneously, that National Geographic’s freedom to print topless (semi-nude) tribal pictures — once it’s trademark — would come to an end when ultra-conservative ‘Fox News‘ acquired 73% ownership of the iconic society (and hence the magazine) at the end of 2015. Well this is the 3rd topless picture they have published in 2016 — with two appearing in the January 2016 issue. Maybe the editor’s want to prove a point as to their independence and rights.
The June picture (above) harks back to the good ol’ days when the magazine was still in monochrome. Straight, unabashed full-frontal. To be honest I missed it the first time around! Then when I saw them during my second browsing … it was like … how did I miss those suckers?
Anywho. I am doing my job of documenting and chronicling the topless in NatG since 2014. This as you can see from the gallery below is the 8th since 2014. Enjoy. Reflect. Rejoice that NatG still can escapes the clutches of ‘Fox News’.
Gallery of the National Geographic topless pictures since 2014.
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Google has NEVER done a Google Doodle for Memorial Day!
I guess it has to do with some kind of policy that they eschew anything associated with war and conflict.
I can understand and appreciate that to an extent.
But, I think Memorial Day transcends war though by definition it is holiday honoring U.S. war dead in all conflicts.