Happy Bday to 2PM’s Nichkhun, one of my first ever K-Pop crushes!

Thanks for luring me into the rest of the K-Pop world after I was exclusively YG STANing for the first of my K-Pop years. You got me into variety shows (WGM) and SM groups #Khuntoria, which escalated to these 7 years of being in the K-Pop fandom and starting this blog 2 summers ago.

Which I’m sure me and my followers are not regretting at all XD

The fact you are now 27 really makes me question what I’ve done with my life…you were like 20 not long ago -.-””””

Fighting Khun Oppa & Enjoy Your Bday with your 2PM Brothers! 

(Hopefully they treat you to meal instead of forcing you to pay…because you are rich ^^)

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NOAA: Hottest Spring and Hottest Year to Date on Record

This past May was the hottest on record, according to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA). “The combined average temperature over global land and ocean surfaces for May 2015 was the highest for May in the 136-year period of record, at 0.87°C (1.57°F) above the 20th century average of 14.8°C (58.6°F),” said NOAA. This breaks the previous record, which was set last May.

It was also the hottest March to May on record and the hottest January to May on record as well. So, if trends continue, as they are predicted to, this year will surpass last year as the hottest on record. Many places have been experiencing extreme heat around the world with record heat in such disparate places as India and Alaska. Parts of tropical South America, much of southern Africa and The Middle East, and parts of northwestern Siberia also experienced record warmth, according to NOAA.

The world set records for global precipitation, as well. Some places, such as Spain, experienced the driest May on record with total average rainfall for the month just 25 percent of normal, while Denmark recorded its second wettest May ever. The U.S. had its wettest May on record and also its wettest month ever recorded with Texas and Oklahoma experiencing precipitation that was 500 percent of average, causing catastrophic flooding.

The data confirms what recent reports have found. It was also the hottest March to May on record and the hottest January to May on record as well. So, if trends continue, as they are predicted to, this year will surpass last year as the hottest on record. Many places have been experiencing extreme heat around the world with record heat in such disparate places as India and Alaska. Parts of tropical South America, much of southern Africa and The Middle East, and parts of northwestern Siberia also experienced record warmth, according to NOAA. Climate change will cause more extreme weather, including droughts, floods and heat waves. Another recent report identifies the top states and top cities in the U.S. with the biggest increases in heavy downpours, which are on the rise due to climate change.

Hottest where is your creativity?

Lol we should be creating things to sell/share w/one another like updated accessories. Aren’t you tired of searching for 2pm apparel & getting the same results, the same objects, the same designs from like 7 years ago? Other fandoms are more creative in that aspect w/nail art, phone cases, backpacks etc. Maybe I should try to make something?? If you guys know how to make something nice let’s share the love♡♡

Hiromix. Girls Blue

. 1996 Book. Tokyo. The original “Selfie"girl. Before camera phones.


Born in 1976, Hiromix rose to fame in Japan after winning the 11th New Cosmos of Photography (写真新世紀, Shashin Shin-seiki) award, hosted by the photographic manufacturer Canon, in March 1995. Hiromix was nominated by Nobuyoshi Araki, one of Japan’s best known photographers, for a series of photographs called Seventeen Girl Days. Through her provocative photographs depicting the life from a teenager’s perspective, Hiromix became a media sensation and pop cultural icon in Japan.

“Seemingly overnight, Hiromix had become the nation’s youngest and hottest commercial photographer.

The Japanese have always had a thing with cameras but not until the emergence of Hiromix and a new generation of camerawomen did the relationship turn cozy. Photography had been male territory, staked out by super-serious artists like fashion photographer Kazumi Kurigami or the undisputed master Ken Domon, who spent most of his career shooting Buddha statues.

Women were expected to be on the other side of the lens, to pose and generate sufficient artistic aura. What female photographers there were followed the rules, based on a strict master-apprentice system. Fledglings fetched, carried and swept, besides mastering the technical jargon and lighting all for at least three years before getting permission to look through the sacred lens.

Hiromix sidestepped all that, most likely in her red spike heels. She had never taken a course, never studied with anyone and wouldn’t know a print dryer if she fell over it. She admitted freely that she didn’t know what a strobe looked like but ‘it doesn’t matter because my camera flashes automatically!’”

Shoji, Kaori. “Young Women Behind the Camera Craze in Tokyo.” International Herald Tribune. International Herald Tribune, 16 Jan. 1999.


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Hotter temps, more medical calls at Electric Daisy Carnival

LAS VEGAS (AP) — The weekend’s triple-digit heat is being blamed for a large spike in medical calls at the Electric Daisy Carnival music festival.

Police said there were more than 1,400 medical calls at the event, which took place Friday, Saturday and Sunday nights, continuing into each morning at Las Vegas Motor Speedway. That’s about an 80 percent increase from last year, when there were fewer than 800 calls.

The number of people taken to the hospital this year increased by two to 27, and one death was reported.

The event featured DJs performing on elaborate stages amid a carnival-like setting of rides and pyrotechnic displays. About 404,000 people attended, which was an increase of about 2,000 people from 2014.

Temperatures this year were about 10 degrees hotter than at last year’s festival, the National Weather Service said. Las Vegas’ hottest day of 2015 came Saturday with a high of 113. Overnight lows were in the mid- to upper 80s each night.

“If you pack that many people into an area in a place like Las Vegas, where it doesn’t really cool off that much at night, you will get an increase in those type of related calls, especially because the overnight lows are not dropping that much,” said weather service meteorologist Justin Pullin.

Last year’s festival had a high of 105 degrees and overnight lows in the 70s and 80s.

Insomanic Productions could not be reached for comment Monday, but police said the festival organizer provided free water bottles.

As of Monday afternoon, the Clark County coroner’s office was still trying to positively identify the 24-year-old man who died overnight Saturday into Sunday.

No fatalities were reported at the event last year, but three people who came to Las Vegas for the festival died.


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The ridiculous reaction to a 35 degree day

OPINION: You would think they would be loving it. But the UK has literally gone into meltdown at the prospect of its hottest day on record, declared almost a ‘national emergency’.

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Call to avoid rush hour in heatwave

Employers should allow staff to travel outside rush hour to avoid overcrowded public transport, health chiefs have said, as Britain sweats on the hottest day of the year so far.
The heatwave could trigger a national alert and Public Health England (PHE) has urged people to look out for those who may feel unwell in the hot weather after temperatures of 29.1C (84F) were recorded at Heathrow Airport this afternoon.
Dr Angie Bone, head of extreme events at PHE, said the heat could be dangerous for older people, young children and those with serious illnesses, and urged employers to be flexible.
She said: “During very hot weather, pregnant women and people who have chronic illnesses, including cardiovascular, respiratory, renal conditions, diabetes or Parkinson’s disease, may experience discomfort if indoor temperatures are particularly hot and in using public transport.
"Employers should ensure indoor areas are kept cool and consider allowing these individuals to travel to or from their place of work during cooler, or less busy times of the day. For those working or exercising outdoors, strenuous physical exertion during the hottest part of the day should be kept to a minimum.”
Her comments were supported by TUC general secretary Frances O'Grady, who said : “Many people travel to work on overcrowded trains or buses, and doing that during the heatwave will be particularly unpleasant.
"Sensible bosses will allow their staff to work flexibly so that they have the option of varying when they arrive and leave to avoid the sweltering conditions of the rush hour commute.”
Tomorrow is expected to be even hotter, with temperatures predicted to hit 35C (95F), making a level 3 heatwave alert likely.
The highest recorded July temperature was at Wisley, Surrey, in 2006, where the mercury peaked at 36.5C (98F).
The level 3 alert - one below a national emergency - is triggered when the Met Office confirms a 90% chance of heatwave conditions. When the alert is issued, social and healthcare services must mobilise community and voluntary support for high-risk groups and media alerts about keeping cool are issued.
Professor Paul Cosford, director for health protection and medical director at PHE, said: “Local authorities and the NHS should now be familiar with PHE’s Heatwave Plan, which aims to reduce health risks related to heat. Those looking after schoolchildren or pre-schoolers during the hot spell should ensure they’ve read the guidance in the plan, which includes specific advice on how to keep children safe on very hot days.
"While hot weather is enjoyable for most people and uncomfortable for some, sadly experience tells us that exposure to excessive heat can kill, with most cases of illness and death caused by heart and lung disease. Because we are not used to these very hot temperatures in England, it’s important that local plans are in place to reduce the impact of harm from very hot weather.”
The heat has also caused problems for rail services, with t rain companies having to cancel journeys or slow them down after Network Rail warned tracks could buckle in the heat.
Several fast trains from London Paddington were cancelled after Network Rail imposed speed restrictions to protect track points.
Some passengers will have to take slower services to Henley-on-Thames and Bourne End, changing at Twyford or Maidenhead.
A spokesman for the company said: “First Great Western is advising passengers that due to the anticipated hot weather Network Rail is to impose a speed restriction in the London Thames Valley area to protect track points on Tuesday June 30.
"As a result there will be no fast trains between London Paddington and Bourne End or Henley-on-Thames from 1200 until 2000.”
He emphasised that only six services out of 1,520 had been affected so far.
Health warnings were issued for people suffering from lung conditions.
Vicky Barber from the British Lung Foundation Helpline said: “During hot weather, the air we breathe has lower moisture levels than usual, which can have a drying effect on our airways. As a result, people with respiratory conditions such as COPD (chronic obstructive pulmonary disease) or severe asthma may find it harder to breathe, feel more tired, or find their lungs feeling heavy or tight.”
She recommended that people with lung conditions avoid going outside at midday, wear loose clothing and drink plenty of water.
The heatwave is being caused by a warm front and tropical continental air mass from Europe pushing across the country, bringing high temperatures, humidity and possibly Saharan sand.
Paul Knightley, forecast manager at MeteoGroup, warned that dust whipped up from the Sahara is being carried by the wind towards Britain where it could coat cars.