Singers/bands like emilie autumn,the pretty reckless,and butcher babies. They’ve been insulted because of what clothes they wear. I personally don’t care for what clothes they wear it’s the music that counts.
J'espère que tu passes de bonnes vacances à Nantes, à Bordeaux, en Argentine ou je ne sais où. Dans le Sud, quoi ! Depuis ton échange Erasmus de l'année dernière, il y a eu pas mal de changements ici. C'est qu'on aimerait pas trop rater notre premier semestre comme l'année dernière ! Enfin toi, tu t'en moques, t'étais pas là. Du coup, on s'est débarrassé du prof de littérature brésilien qui suivait pas le programme, M. Saad, et on a fait revenir M. Duhamel (pas l'arbitre qui ressemble à Florent Balmont, hein :-P) pour travailler notre efficacité. On va aussi avoir un nouveau prof d'anglais, Andy Delort. Pratique si jamais on a besoin de voyager en Europe à la fin de l'année, même si ça me paraît compliqué vu le budget de la fac En revanche, il y a ce nouveau prof, M. Alhadhur. Je sais pas ce qu'il enseigne, mais il me fait déjà peur. T'imagines le flocage si son prénom c'était Bernard ou Bertrand ? LOL ! J'espère qu'on pourra quand même se croiser cette année, même si t'es à la fac de Saint-Naz’ !
Besos amigo !
La promo 2015-2016 du Stade Malherbe de Caen
PS : Un certain Jeff Louis a aussi débarqué de Belgique. Paraît qu'il va super vite. J'arrête pas de lui demander c'est quoi son nom de famille, mais il s'énerve tout le temps. Comme quoi, on peut être belge et ne pas avoir d'humour !”
La visite médicale
L'année dernière, la greffe du front (de l'attaque) avait pourtant bien pris avec Sala et Benezet. Mais il a fallu amputer et trouver deux nouveaux greffons. Enfin, nouveaux Delort, oui. Duhamel, c'est une autre histoire. Enfin, le Stade Malherbe fait ce qu'il faut pour ruer dans les brancards de la Ligue 1 à nouveau, et surtout éviter le coma artificiel dans lequel il avait été placé une bonne partie de la saison de l'année dernière. D'abord, diagnostiquer les symptômes bien en avance (…) Lire la suite sur sofoot.com
Japan council hails Conchita Wurst visit - quietly
Cross-dressing Austrian diva Conchita Wurst was in Tokyo Thursday for a low-key meeting with the mayor of the trendy Shibuya district, which is set to become the first Japanese municipality to recognise same-sex partnership.
But the event, which could have helped create momentum for the gay rights movement in Japan, took place behind closed doors, with officials from the liberal council blocking reporters and putting their hands in front of cameras.
AFP reporters waiting to see her outside Shibuya City Hall were barred from getting near Conchita as she was guided into a van.
Shibuya’s media blackout stood in marked contrast to the attitude of the Eurovision Song Contest winner, who tweeted in Japanese about her meeting with the mayor.
“Today I visited Tokyo’s Shibuya City Hall, where the council decided to certify gay partnership as equal to marital status for the first time in Japan,” she tweeted in Japanese with a photo of her meeting with the mayor.
Soon afterwards she also wrote the same message in English.
The bearded lady’s visit came after Shibuya assembly members voted to allow their officials to start giving out the “partnership” certificate for gay couples, the first such recognition of same-sex unions in Japan.
The certificate will carry only symbolic significance, since the Japanese constitution identifies marriage as a union based on mutual consent of the parties from “both sexes”.
Shibuya officials say they will encourage hospitals and landlords to accept the certificate to try to ensure same-sex couples receive similar treatment to people who are married.
A city spokesman said there had been no intention to keep Conchita’s rendezvous with the mayor a secret.
“Since it was their first meeting, the mayor wanted to see her quietly to build a trusting relationship for the future,” he said.
Asked what the European celebrity and mayor Ken Hasebe talked about in the 30-minute meeting, the official said it was “just a casual greeting.”
“They also talked about how the new system came to a vote in the council,” he added.
While Japan is largely tolerant of homosexuality, there is no specific legal protection for gay people, who complain that they may be prevented from visiting sick loved ones in hospitals or may be refused a tenancy because their relationship is not recognised.
Thursday’s meeting came a day after around 450 people from sexual minorities appealed to the Japan Federation of Bar Associations to support their call to legalise same-sex unions.
Shibuya, famous globally for its “scramble crossing”, is a liberal-leaning part of Tokyo and home to trendy cafes, bars and nightlife popular with younger people.
and friend codes are usually for if you wanna play a game with someone else. It depends on the game tbh and other stuff but if you have any 3DS-related questions I’d be happy to answer haha ^_^
added you! i think i have to give you mine too so, 0361-9759-1750 :DD
i have no idea how this works lmao, the last nintendo console i owned was a game boy color and that was 15 years ago. I FEEL SO OLD
We’ve heard of personal assistants who will help you deliver what you need with a single text. But we probably wouldn’t have expected someone to start a messaging service that basically tells you where to eat, what films to watch, or what classes to learn.
DoThisWhen.com is just that. Made for the lazy, bored, or perpetually undecided, the messaging service is driven by the power of recommendations. The process is simple: simply send a message with the type of recommendation you want, the area, and your budget. For example, a $10 lunch recommendation would be prompted by “Eat Orchard $10″.
Who makes the recommendations? No one knows. Does it matter? Not really. After all, the point of the service is to assuage either sheer boredom or indecisiveness. Any recommendation will do; you just need a third party wildcard to do it.
We did a test to see how the service worked, and from the responses, it’s quite clear that the service is manned by actual people, causing just about any entrepreneur to scream “scalability” in their mind.
I sent my first message out at 8.10am trying to find breakfast places around my office, and was notified that I would only get one recommendation at “this early time”. Powered by what could be guilt, I received two more recommendations twenty minutes later.
Clearly, DoThisWhen is not a morning person.
I tried again at 11.42am, and this time the service took a mere 7 minutes to respond. I tried a much farther location this time, but that didn’t affect their speed in replying.
Learn, on the other hand, took much more time. On top of recommending food, DoThisWhen also recommends movies to watch and lessons you can pick up and learn. This response took a whopping 5 hours, coupled with a prompt, and offered classes that seem to have no correlation to the location I named.
When I asked what the basis of the classes were, DoThisWhen shared that they have limited support for location-based lessons, and thus the classes recommended won’t take your location into account. Still, I thought that 5 hours would have been enough to find something relatively close.
Despite taking most of the day to reply, it seems that the recommendations that DoThisWhen offers are of some standard, albeit one we have no knowledge of. I inquired further, and the respondent said, “We are impartial in our recommendations. We want the best for our users and not be influenced by advertisments or deals.”
So the next time you’re stuck deciding what to eat for lunch and need some random recommendation to get you going, you may want to try this out. Just for the heck of it.
Jenna’s Playlist: Paul Simon, Willie Nelson, and a Little Tupac
A new study from the University of Cambridge shows that a person’s favorite music can say a lot about them. Kathie Lee and Jenna pose the question, if you could only listen to one type of music for the rest of your life, what would it be?
Nevada Exploration Inc. (“NGE” or the “Company”) (TSX-V:NGE) announces that the Company has withdrawn the appointment of Dr. Matthew I. Leybourne as director. Dr. Leybourne is unable to complete the appointment process at this time for personal reasons. The Company’s board and management would like to thank Dr. Leybourne for his consideration of the position, and plan to look for opportunities to work together in the future.
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NGE is aggressively applying the latest in covered deposit exploration technology to identify, acquire, and advance new exploration properties in Nevada’s highly prospective, yet underexplored covered basins. Specifically, NGE has developed proprietary hydrogeochemistry (groundwater chemistry) exploration technology to explore for gold in Nevada’s covered basins where traditional exploration techniques are challenged.
Using its industry-leading exploration technology, NGE has assembled a portfolio of new gold projects, and with interests in more than 80 square kilometres (31 sq mi), has established itself a major player in this world class jurisdiction. NGE’s business model is to leverage its properties and technology to create shareholder value through generative exploration, joint ventures, and other exploration partnerships.
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