Aries:flawless diamonds, blood orchids, and volcanic rock Taurus:fossilized bones, chocolate cakes, and quartz geodes Gemini:glow in the dark paint, redwood bark, and raven’s feathers Cancer:romance novels, family heirlooms, and dragonfly wings Leo:shiny chrome, coffee, and wildfire ashes Virgo:whispers, stained glass, and climbing roses Libra:succulents, knotted rope, and fresh paint Scorpio:smoke, alligator skin, and broken statues Sagittarius:powder makeup, red wine, and tapestries Capricorn:melted gold, shadows, and beach glass Aquarius:laser lights, barren trees, and pocket knives Pisces:dreams, wind-chimes, and wildflowers
aries: cigarettes, electricity, bruised knuckles, graffiti, bonfires, thunderstorms, leather jackets, red neon signs, hurricanes, ripped jeans, fingerless gloves, pop punk, street lamps
taurus: dark chocolate, green hair, chokers, thick thighs, sarcasm, smell of money, burlesque, dream catchers, greek sculptures, pitbulls with flowers, shopping carts, doge, grey hoodies, netflix and chill, coca cola, skype calls
gemini: paradoxes, converse, blue hair, band t-shirts, electric guitars, cigarette packs filled with flowers, polaroid pictures, domino, denim jackets, patches, dictionaries, vodka, lana del rey, vinyl records, flannels, wikipedia, 3 am conversations
cancer: teeth gap, moon phases, pools, hickeys, round noses, constellations, retro sweaters, bangs, ocean waves, stickers on laptops, black coffee, blanket forts, golden retriever puppies, playlists, couple outfits, soulmates
leo: warm hands, kadapul flower, lip kits, dubai, sun kissed skin, kylie jenner, glitter, adidas, crowns, sunrise, laughter, upbeat songs, beach, gold jewels, palm trees, bubble tea, positive notes, hot chocolate, loud music
virgo: messy hair, melancholy, school notes, you tried star, mountain paths, question marks, books, barn owls, raindrops on windows, jack daniels, stamp collections, steampunk, saluki, skateboards, honey, latin words, albinism, bukowski, stracciatella
libra: new beginnings, heart shaped glasses, perfumes, french accent, flower gardens, bubblegum, sunflowers, big hats, pop art, heart and peace symbols, superhero t-shirts, citrus lemonade, ginger hair, blurry selfies, rain boots
scorpio: clowns and fools, snake bites, tarot, red lipstick, wolves, guns, cat eyes, knee socks, marilyn manson, vampire teeth, roses, hidden daggers, heels, stained glass, black mouth masks, hamlet, blood stains, lace underwear, tarantula, joker card, pale skin, candles, lap dances, gerard way, smirk
sagittarius: motorcycles, color palettes, world maps, roller coasters, road trips, van gogh, flying balloons, globes, mist, hello kitty band-aids, paper clips, bees, night city, the hippie van, tattoos, philosophy, leather boots, dandelion, closed eyes, street performers
capricorn: bruises, polycephaly, red wine, expensive suits, leather sofas, black clothes, money suitcases, bony hands, iphone, factory clouds, succulents, dobermans, moths, bleeding knees, levi’s undercut, comic books, dog teeth
aquarius: kaiju, metro, dark circles under eyes, glitches, neon car underglow, maelstroms, ufo, bermuda triangle, third eye, amusement parks, ghostbusters, absinthe, anonymous mask, circles in corn fields, illuminati, marianas trench
pisces: lsd papers, dreamy eyes, cotton candy skies, sasha grey, ballads, forget me nots, smudged make up, alice in wonderland, mermaids, bath bombs, stardust, flower power, wisps, heavy guitar riffs, paper airplanes
Today (06.06.17) marks the 73rd anniversary of Operation Overlord, the Allied invasion of Normandy. On June 6, 1944, more than 160,000 Allied troops landed along a 50-mile stretch of heavily-fortified French coastline, to fight Nazi Germany on the beaches of Normandy, France. Gen. Dwight D. Eisenhower called the operation a crusade in which, “we will accept nothing less than full victory.” More than 5,000 Ships and 13,000 aircraft supported the D-Day invasion, and by day’s end, the Allies gained a foot-hold in Continental Europe. The cost in lives on D-Day was high. More than 9,000 Allied Soldiers were killed or wounded, but their sacrifice allowed more than 100,000 Soldiers to begin the slow, hard slog across Europe, to defeat Adolf Hitler’s crack troops.
The Normandy Landings (codenamed Operation Neptune) were the landing operations on Tuesday, 6 June 1944 (termed D-Day) of the Allied invasion of Normandy in Operation Overlord during World War II. The largest seaborne invasion in history, the operation began the liberation of German-occupied northwestern Europe from Nazi control, and contributed to the Allied victory on the Western Front.
The amphibious landings were preceded by extensive aerial and naval bombardment and an airborne assault—the landing of 24,000 American, British, and Canadian airborne troops shortly after midnight. Allied infantry and armoured divisions began landing on the coast of France at 06:30.
When the seaborne units began to land about 06:30 on June 6, the British and Canadians on Gold, Juno, and Sword beaches overcame light opposition. So did the Americans at Utah. The U.S. 1st Division at OmahaBeach, however, confronted the best of the German coast divisions, the 352nd, and was roughly handled by machine gunners as the troops waded ashore. During the morning, the landing at Omaha threatened to fail. Only dedicated local leadership eventually got the troops inland—though at a cost of more than 2,000 casualties.
The following is a list of items seized from the orange Volkswagen after Ted last arrest in Florida.
Clothing Items :
One pair of white athletic socks with blue bands.
One pair of navy blue socks.
One pair solid white athletic socks.
One pair of white athletic socks with green stripes.
One pair white tennis shorts “Court Casuals” size 32, double black stripes.
One white tee-shirt “J.C. Penny Towncraft”, size 38-40.
One yellow knit pullover shirt “Hanes”, size Large.
Two pair jockey shorts, “Classic Brief”, size 32.
One bath towel, one hand towel, one wash cloth, gold, “Burlington House”.
One beach towel, one bath towel, one face towel, brown, “Burlington House”.
Three pair boxer type shorts, “Hanes”, size 32, blue, green, and yellow.
Two pair gym shorts, one red, one blue.
One shirt. Shirt is burgundy with gold, green and red stripes, with debris and ripped at the shoulder.
One pair of black socks with grey and red bands.
One black and navy belt.
One pair of brown socks.
One pair white athletic socks with blue brand, price $2.35, “Super Sox” by SAI.
One pair blue terry-cloth stretch socks.
One pair white athletic socks with green toe stripe.
Two pair white socks.
One pair white athletic socks with green toe stripes and blue top bands.
One pair navy blue socks “Burlington Gold Cup”.
One pair black socks “Burlington Gold Cup”.
One pair brown socks “Burlington Gold Cup”.
One pair gray and charcoal socks with with red top bands.
One pair navy blue socks.
One pair of Levis Panatela sportwear jeans, size 32 x34.
One pair faded Levis blue jeans.
One pair racket ball gloves.
One Sears brand stopwatch.
One pair blue jockey shorts size 32.
One red nylon down filled vest.
One pair of work gloves.
One pair ski type gloves.
One blue with red and white trim jockey type bathing suit, size 32-34.
One multi-color plaid shirt “Norman”, size M.
One blue terrycloth bath robe.
One brown washcloth “Burlington House”.
One pair corduroy cut-off pants.
One dark blue shirt.
One sky-blue knit pullover shirt.
One faded navy « See Bee » shirt.
Six pair of jockey type shorts.
One blue cotton shirt and one red windbreaker.
One brown knot pullover shirt.
Manicure case :
One Gillette disposable razor.
One can of Noxzema, shaving cream; one tube Revlon Shampoo, one Right Guard deodorant stick, one bottle Sea & Ski suntan oil, one bottle of Jovan musk oil after shave cologne, one small pair of scissors, one large and one small pair of fingernail clippers, one full pack of Dentyne chewing gum, one small tube of Crest toothpaste, one Gillette Tract II razor, one packet of five razor blades refills, one Goodie plastic comb, one Pepsodent toothbrush, one metal nail file, one pair eyebrow tweezers, one hair brush, one soap dish with used bar of soap, and one metal mirror.
Part of a Pensacola journal newspaper, dated Tuesday February 14, 1978.
One “Velox” bicycle tube repair kit.
Three sealed cans of racket balls “Wilson” two balls per can; one racket ball can with one ball “Wilson”.
Two bottles of Vitamin C capsules.
One bottle of Solotron multi-vitamin and mineral supplement.
One bottle of Vitamin E complex supplement.
One Exxon Florida road map.
One map of Tallahassee and Leon County.
One Polaroid Land Camera Supershooter Plus with carrying case, camera literature, and flash cubes.
One Ken-Tech digital clock AM/FM radio.
One bottle of Sudden-Tan bronzing lotion “Coppertone”, appears new.
One box of tobacco “Rum Cake” from Smokers’ World.
Five books : “Navigation the Easy Way” by Carl D. Lane & John Montgomery, “This is Sailing” by Richard Creagh-Osborn, “Let’s Get Well” by Adelle Davis, “Modern Marine Maintenance” by John Duffett, “Piloting, Seamanship and Small Boat Handling” by Chapman.
One magazine, Cruising World, Sailboat Manual.
Thirteen Heineken beer coasters.
One « National » radio and cassette player.
One Panasonic AM/FM radio.
One Panasonic LTD portable black and white television.
One grocery bag containing five cans Chicken of the Sea tuna, one 16 oz., can of Oceanspray Cranberry sauce, six cans Underwood sardines and two cans of Spirt of Norway sardines.
Two pipes, one pipe accessory kit, one Colibri gas cigarette lighter, one leather tobacco pouch with tobacco.
White and brown wrapping paper.
One sheet of imprinted letters.
Four « Megaphone » magazines.
One blue nylon tote bag.
One blue and orange sleeping bag.
One paper bag and one champagne bottle.
One pair of white shorts, half piece of chewing gum and white wrapping paper that items are wrapped in.
One jack and one screwdriver.
One note, one piece of paper, one match box.
One Underwood Letters 33 manual typewriter with carrying case.