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anonymous asked:

do you have any cute outfit recommendations for spring and summer?

; u ; yes i do

  • cute printed tees (1 2 3) + denim jumpsuits (1 2 3) or tucked into denim shorts (1 2 3) + sneakers (adidas super stars, air force, converse etc etc) - I reckon these are super adorable outfits because the little prints on these tees are v cute i like - u -
  • blouses (1 2 3) + shorts + heels (1 2)- if you need a more feminine outfit for date nights and birthdays and dinners and other social occasions u w u
  • chokers are also a big hit this year + any low cut top (1 2) + black converse shoes or black sandals
  • these dresses (1 2) + bag + grey heels - reminds me of song hyo kyo’s outfits in descendants of the sun and i really really like that style at the moment
  • dress (blue pink) + frilly ankle white socks + shoulder bag + white shoes - if you are into the mixxmix’s styles

yay u w u 

At 2 a.m. on June 3, 1980, some poor Air Force staffer deep within the North American Aerospace Defense Command (NORAD) was working the late night shift when he noticed that the screen readout that usually read “0 Incoming Missiles” suddenly read “2 Incoming Missiles.” This was bad enough, but then, perhaps with an innocuous beep, it announced “220 Incoming Missiles.”

Alarms sounded everywhere as the Air Force collectively freaked out all across America. Bombers carrying nuclear bombs began taking off throughout the country. Someone woke up National Security Adviser Zbigniew Brzezinski and told him that the shit was hitting the fan.

Luckily, before anyone could actually fire a missile, someone realized that the hundreds of warheads weren’t showing up on the radar screens. The alerts were canceled, bombers landed and everyone took a deep breath and poured a strong Scotch.

It took three days to figure out what happened. It turned out that a simple computer chip was malfunctioning inside the NORAD computers, causing the display to sometimes show 2s when it should have shown 0s. Allegedly, the chip that caused the crisis cost only 46 cents.

6 Tiny Mistakes That Almost Ended the World


Evacuation of Indian nationals from Yemen.

As the security situation in Yemen continues to deteriorate the Indian government has deployed 2 Indian Air Force C-17s and 3 Air India civilian airliners along with 3 Indian Navy vessels and 2 civilian cruise liners to assist in the evacuation of the 4000 Indians in Yemen.