An In-Depth Comparison of Three Travel Magazines, Conde Nast Traveler, Travel 50 and Beyond and Vacations Magazine

An In-Depth Comparison of Three Travel Magazines, Conde Nast Traveler, Travel 50 and Beyond and Vacations Magazine
Article by Shauna Hanus
Conde Nast Traveler Magazine, Travel 50 and Beyond Magazine and Vacations Magazine are three of the travel industries leading magazines.
Commercial Real Estate Investment & Investment in Stock An In-depth Comparison of Your Options

Commercial Real Estate Investment & Investment in Stock An In-depth Comparison of Your Options
Article by Massi Karimi
IntroductionAre you confused about your investment options?Is everyone giving you just their opinions and not facts?Do you want to base your decision on an opinion or fact?As a customer you must be informed about your options.

We all know the pain of having something we love getting misrepresented by a small portion of the fandom; usually the part that attracts negative attention and reflects poorly on the entirety of the fandom. Well, I bring you this Read More on the behalf of Yun Kouga’s Loveless.

Loveless is a psychological/ fantasy coming of age story about the young protagonist Ritsuka Aoyagi, a 13 year old boy suffering from amnesia, an abusive home, an identity crisis, and the rather recent death of his beloved older brother. The story’s main focus is on the power we give to words, and the power we take away from them through over-use. (Such as “I love you”.)

It is not about the sexual or romantic relations between a young boy and an adult man.

Not only is there blatant evidence within the story, but this has been expressed by Yun Kouga herself, along with the editors of Tokyopop. (Before the company went under.)

A more comprehensive insight is provided under the cut, along with a few spoilers to help you better understand the true masterpiece known as “Loveless”.

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anonymous asked:

How much wood could a woodchuck chuck if a woodchuck could chuck wood?

That’s impossible to know. Simply stating that a woodchuck could chuck wood has no bearing on the amount of coordination it would have in it’s wood chucking. The more coordination, the less energy used and the more wood it could, in turn, chuck.

Nevermind that no duration is given. The longer the duration, the more outside influences could skew the data.

Edit: I am so sorry, I completely forgot that no weight is given for the wood in question. Or if the wood would be of a controlled weight/weight distribution.

Lacan experiences a feeling of discomfort, which occasioned by a lurking political guilt at his own privileged position in relation to the working class fishermen.
—  As a result, the flashes of light [from the sardine can in the water] bring to the surface, indeed create in the young Lacan a palpable and excessive anxiety, even shame, about who he is and what he is doing. ..The discomfort …that the young Lacan experiences ..contributes to a self-centered anxiety about his identity. This anxiety, in turn, is transformed into an experience of being externally scrutinized - an anonymous look from elsewhere by an invisible other before whom the young Lacan is reduced to anxiety.. ..A conscious look that is directed outwards transforms into a self-consciousness that returns to its agent as anxiety in relation to the scrutiny of an externalized anonymous Other.
..The gaze may be thought of as an external point from which an anxiety provoking look assails the subject. [..The gaze as the sardine can that triggers this anxiety is] not an eye that looks back at the subject, letalone a mirror in which the subject sees himself looking. ..It is a point of failure in the visual field in the case of the tin can, a point where perception breaks down and the stuff out of which perceptions are constituted
The gaze, Lacan then adds, ‘is presented to us only in the form of a strange contingency, symbolic of…the lack that constitutes castration anxiety’: ..‘It surprises [the viewer], disturbs him and re-duces him to a feeling of shame’ (Lacan 1981: 96, 72, 84).
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Benedict Cumberbatch - Interview re Stuart A Life Backwards Part 1 (by romangirl88)

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Ingredients In Depth 4:

Maguey (Agave americana)

Miel de maguey (sweet maguey sap):

Production begins with la raspa, the scraping of the center of the plant to begin the flow of liquid, which is then sucked out into an acocote or gourd. Nowadays, plastic containers are used in place of squash gourds, but the process is essentially the same. The aguamiel is deposited in buckets and brought to la pala, where it is boiled down to syrup. La pala gets its name from the Spanish word for paddle, since a wooden paddle is used to stir the aguamiel constantly until it reaches the desired consistency. This is hard work, requiring constant movement in a room that fills with white smoke as the aguamiel is boiled. More >

Pulque (fermented maquey sap):

Generally speaking, producing pulque is a little like caring for a sourdough starter. It is a process of natural fermentation that must be kept in balance by consistent care of the stock. The tlachiquero — the person who harvests aguamiel (sap) — must collect the sap aguamiel from his maguey plant two times a day, and three times in the hot season. Aguamiel is thin and tastes sweet with a hint of that bitter flavor that aloe vera juice has.

Don Joaquin told us that there are a number of maguey species and that each one produces a pulque of a different flavor and consistency. The names of maguey varieties appear to vary from region to region, and he calls the three varieties that he prefers, Chalmeca, Malinalqueño, and Verde. More >

Mixiotes (meat steamed in maguey leaves):

The word mixiotes refers to one of the most delectable dishes within the wide spectrum of Mexican cooking, as well as the wrapping used to contain these steamed individual meat stews.

This wrapping, also known as a mixiote, is the outermost layer of a maguey leaf, called a penca. This thin outer leaf layer is similiar to parchment paper in thickness and consistency. More >


Univision's president of news Isaac Lee releases statement after Donald Trump booted anchor Jorge Ramos from press conference: 'We'd love for Mr. Trump to sit down for an in-depth interview with Jorge to talk about the specifics of his proposals' - @THR

Univision’s president of news Isaac Lee releases statement after Donald Trump booted anchor Jorge Ramos from press conference: ‘We’d love for Mr. Trump to sit down for an in-depth interview with Jorge to talk about the specifics of his proposals’ - @THR

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A Phase.

We all go through phases at multiple points in our lives.  These stages could be happy or sad.  There are times where you could be at your highest point, like going out with friends and just enjoying life.  But you can’t always be at the highest point, sometimes we can also be at our lowest. Being at our lowest point could effect our daily lives in multiple ways.  Sometimes you can just feel empty, as if you are missing something, or even someone important in your life.  Some days you can just feel like crap, period.  The phase we all, at one point in our lives, go through.  The phase where we just want to be independent at the end of the day, and cuddle in our bed.  The phase where you just want to be alone and maybe cry yourself to sleep, because that’s what just helps.  The phase where your feelings aren’t set at a clear point, not understanding what it’s telling you exactly what to do. 

soundoflonesomeness asked:

Does a set of all sets contain itself?

Look at it from a viewpoint of tiers to visualize it better. Pretend that each tier contains all the sub tiers below it.

The one at the top contains all tiers, but not itself, because the top tier has no original content to contribute.

A set of all sets does not contain itself, because it has no substance to contribute. You could argue that it does, saying you’re adding the zero of it’s non-material, but the end result doesn’t change regardless.

So, in the end, it’s just irrelevant.