E você vai me ver entrar pela porta daquele barzinho. Os teus olhos vão ficar vidrados em minha presença e você não vai conseguir nem ao menos disfarçar. Você vai esperar que eu vá até você e te cumprimente, como das outras vezes. Eu vou me sentar em uma das mesas e vou ignorar tua presença, por mais que parta meu coração te ver ali e não poder me aproximar. Você vai um sorriso de lado a lado em meu rosto e vai pensar desejar ser o motivo dele, e vai ser bem ai, que você vai outra pessoa se sentar ao meu lado. Isso, essa pessoa vai ocupar aquela cadeira que até então, deveria ser sua. E quer saber o porque daquela pessoa estar ali? Pois você optou deixa-lá. Por mais que eu já estivesse ajoelhada em tua frente implorando pra que você ficasse ao menos mais cinco minutinhos, você se foi, e eu fiquei ali te vendo partir. E doeu! Te ver partir sem ao menos olhar para trás me deixou em pedacinhos. Você me deixou, eu não te esqueci, eu me acomodei ali entre os meus estilhaços e estou me refazendo. Só que tem sido difícil viver sem a parte mais importante que há em mim, o meu coração. E ele está com você, ai nesse cantinho do bar, a poucos passos de mim.
—  amedrontei

probabilmente un giorno io sarò di nuovo io nel modo in cui piaceva a te e tu sarai tu nel modo in cui piaceva a me. E saremo di nuovo noi e di nuovo insieme.
Probabilmente le persone si lasciano per cose peggiori e forse, un giorno, ci rideremo su insieme. O forse no e non ci incontreremo né parleremo né rideremo insieme mai più.
Ma sei una parte di me e lo sarai per sempre. E nonostante il cuore infranto, da lontano, ti voglio bene.

Picasa will be retired in the coming months in favor of Google Photos

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It has been announced that Picasa will be retired in the coming months for Google to focus on a single photo service, that being Google Photos. The aim is to combine the desktop and mobile experiences into a single product, but that doesn’t mean everything you’ve done on Picasa will be lost forever. Google will be rolling out these changes on May 1, so you still have plenty of time to use Picasa before it’s eventually retired.

Should you have photos or videos saved in a Picasa web album and do not wish to move to Google Photos, Google will soon offer a way for you to access all of this content, even after Picasa is retired. (You just won’t be able to upload new stuff.) From March 15, Google will cease supporting the desktop application, meaning there will be no further updates, but it’ll still be usable.

As for developers and third-party clients, some functions of the Picasa API will be retired. It’s worth reminding that nothing will change today, and if you wish to switch to Google Photos, you’ll be able to upload new content and organize your stored media just as you would through Picasa. If you do not wish to use Google Photos, you’ll have to hold out until Google unveils what new tool will be available to access your content once Picasa is shut down.

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New Strains Alert: Mai Tai Cookies, Purple Tangie, Sputnik, Go Time, and More

via Leafly News & Culture : New Strains Alert: Mai Tai Cookies, Purple Tangie, Sputnik, Go Time, and More

This week’s newly added strains are a mix of Los Angeles Cannabis Cup winners, classic genetics, and varieites that are fairly new to the game. Find out if they’re available near you by checking the links below, and don’t forget to leave reviews for the ones you’ve tried. 

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   1. Mai Tai Cookies

Mai Tai Cookies is a CBD-rich hybrid strain bred by Terraform Genetics, who crossed Alien Orange Cookies and ACDC.  She took 1st place for “Best CBD Flower” at the 2016 High Times Cannabis Cup in Los Angeles. This hybrid is very frosty compared to most CBD strains and has a unique aroma of cherries and orange peels.  With a high that is very relaxing and yet functional, patients would typically choose this strain for pain and anxiety. Her flowers have a dense structure similar to that of Girl Scout Cookies and are ready for harvest after a flowering cycle of 50-55 days.

 

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   2. Purple Tangie

A spin on the citrus-loaded Tangie sativa, Purple Tangie is a flavorful strain that invigorates the spirit with uplifting euphoria. In a show of its quality, Purple Tangie took 1st place in the “Best Medical Sativa Concentrate” category at the 2016 High Times Cannabis Cup in Los Angeles. You may find that Purple Tangie offers an energetic kick to your social skills, but this strain can certainly be enjoyed in isolation, especially when you’re occupied by creative projects.

 

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   3. P-51

P-51 is a piney, earthy indica strain that crosses a Tahoe OG male and a Blackberry mother. Created by Clint Pipkin, a grower in both Humboldt County and Northwestern Washington, the male was flowered in a window sill on the Key Peninsula in Pierce County. Thousands of seeds were created during this cross, and Washington producer Rootworx narrowed this strain down to the best cut from 70 phenotypes. This has become Rootworx’s signature strain, resulting in DOPE Magazine’s “Strain of the Month” in June 2015. This deeply relaxing indica has also been deemed “The Tranquilizer Dart” in recreational retail shops throughout Washington State.

Click here for a full list of locations currently carrying P-51

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   4. Go Time

Go Time is a sativa-dominant hybrid strain bred by JinxProof Genetics. A cross between Norton and JOG Kush, this uplifting strain is perfect for perking up moods, stimulating focus, and coercing arousal. Zesty lemon aromas combine with sour, skunky diesel notes with an earthy, hashy finish. As pretty as it is potent, Go Time flowers erupt with bulging calyxes of pastel purples, pinks, and greens underneath a snow-white coat of crystal resin. 

 

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   5. Sputnik

What happens when you cross a space-themed Apollo 13 strain with Black Russian? You get Sputnik, a strain named after the satellite the Soviet Union launched into a quick orbit around the Earth in 1957. Sputnik has an aroma of a sweet fruit with hints of sour and diesel when exhaled. Patients typically look to Sputnik for relief of chronic pain, anxiety, and insomnia.

Click here for a full list of locations currently carrying Sputnik

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   6. KC 36

Cultivated by KC Brains, KC 36 is an indica strain bred specifically to flourish at high latitudes. A cross between White Widow and KC 606, these frosty and compact buds deliver full-on body relaxation alongside a sweet and spicy floral aroma. The peaceful, introspective qualities of KC 36 make this indica a perfect pair for meditation and enjoying nature.

 

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   7. Queso 

Created in 2011 by Kannabia Seeds using Cheese and Afghani genetics, Queso (Spanish for “cheese”) is a hybrid strain that provides powerful body effects and mood elevation. This potent strain is typically used to relieve pain, stress, anxiety, and insomnia. Growers, take note: Queso requires a minimum flowering cycle of 7 weeks , but optimal yields arrive after 8 weeks.

Click here for a full list of locations currently carrying Queso

Browse through other new strains that were added recently to the Leafly Explorer or check out last week’s newest additions!

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Proof that People are Dumb

This post Proof that People are Dumb appeared first on Daily Reckoning.

Wouldn’t be nice if there was a way for us to get a temporary bit of luck?

Believe it or not, there’s an app for that.

It’s called “Lucky Cactus.”

You can buy it for $10. Whenever you need some luck, simply tap the app.

No, I’m not joking.

Here’s the official description of the app:

“What is the Lucky Cactus?
It is a state of mind
Tap it.
It may or may not give you luck
Tap it.
Maybe it will
Tap it.
Money, love, power, whatever you want
Tap it.
Maybe it could all be yours”

Do people actually pay for this? And how is this related to the markets?

People are actually dumb enough to pay for this. (If you own this app, no offense… but I hope you don’t.)

What’s really shocking is that the app has many five-star reviews. It has even saved this user’s life, according to his review…

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Does that app really work…. or are people attributing random positive events to the app, after spending $10 on it?

I hope I don’t have to answer that question.

Anyway, I’m telling you this story to show you that humans are irrational. And our own biases always get in the way of making money in the markets.

For example, now that many buy and hold markets are cratering, you may be hesitant to cut your losses short. And that’s perfectly normal, unfortunately.

It’s just the way our brains are wired. But it can often lead to financial ruin.

Don’t believe me? Well, maybe a Nobel Prize winner will convince you…

My Conversation with a Nobel Prize Winner

Princeton Professor Daniel Kahneman is the first psychologist to win the Nobel Prize in Economics. He’s been a guest on my podcast, and I always find his work fascinating.

A common bias that tends to cost people a lot of money in the stock market is called mental accounting.

We tend to keep our money in different mental accounts for which we have different rules.

For example, one mental account might be vacation money. Another might be retirement money. The rules on how you will spend the money on those mental accounts are entirely different.

“That’s pretty sensible,” Kahneman explains, “because mental accounting is a tool of self-control.”

“But more foolishly,” continues Kahneman, “investors tend to view each stock that they buy as a mental account and they want to sell it when it is a winner. So they tend to sell their winners and to hang on to their losers in their portfolio.”

“When you sell a loser, you don’t just take a financial loss; you take a psychological loss from admitting you made a mistake. You are punishing yourself when you sell.”

Nobody likes to close a losing trade and admit they were wrong. It can be painful.

Which is why when a stock you hold starts to move lower, you want to hold on to it, hoping for a recovery, a rebound in price.

Don’t do it.

That’s a sure way of losing a boatload of money… or even getting wiped out.

This Simple Concept Could Save you in 2016

Trading and psychology are tied together. Your emotions and trying to make money are tied together. You can’t separate the two.

You want to be a trader and you don’t want to have to think about your mind?

You think you’ve got it all figured out, and you just need to know which stocks to buy, and that’s all you need?

You think you don’t need to think about what Daniel Kahneman has to say?

I guaranteed failure if you ignore your personal psychology.

No ‘ifs’ or ‘but’s’ about it. You will not make it.  Your money will drip, drip, drip a long bloody drip out of your pocket.  It will be gone.

That’s what’s so great about trend following. By using computer systems to follow our rules, we remove emotions out of the equation.

There’s no risk we’ll fall into the mental account trap.

The S&P 500 index is already down 12% since peaking last November. Many stocks have already dropped by more than 40%. This could be the beginning of a nasty bear market.

Don’t keep on holding to stocks that are in a downtrend. Follow the trend. If the trend turns down, get out.

If you’d like to know more about your money and psychology, you can listen to my conversation with professor Kahneman by clicking here.

Regards,

Michael Covel
for the Daily Reckoning

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é um romance adulto, focado em um garoto de 15 anos e uma mulher mais velha. Infelizmente é bem curtinho, 45 minutos de filme. A graça é você assistir em Full HD e curtir a animação incrível da obra. 


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Demon Queens (long may they reign)
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Illyana and Leah, sitting in many trees, K-I-S-S-I-N-G. And F-I-G-H-T-I-N-G E-V-I-L! And being B-A-D-A-S-S and R-U-L-I-N-G!

If you wouldn’t buy the Hel out of this book if it was real, I’m not sure what you’re even doing here. (Not on this blog or on Tumblr. On this plane of existence.)

5G speeds could let you download a TV show in 3 seconds, and AT&T just unveiled its road map

Verizon may have unveiled its road map to accessing 5G wireless speeds last September, but AT&T doesn’t want to be left in Big Red’s dust.

The telecommunications corporation released its plan to make 5G speeds accessible for the average consumer — and it starts with a partnership with Ericsson and Intel, with lab tests done withing the second quarter of the year. Then, outdoor tests and trials will take place over the summer, and fixed locations in Austin will likely receive field trials of the new 5G network.

Related: Verizon will be the first to test insanely fast 5G wireless in the U.S.

5G is hardly an incremental upgrade over 4G LTE, which currently offers up to 100Mbps in speed. 5G offers speeds that are 10 to 100 times faster, about 1Gbps — that could potentially allow you to download a TV show in three seconds. AT&T says 5G will also reduce latency as well — as in the time it takes for a video to start streaming after you hit play. That could be reduced to as much as a 1- to 5-millisecond delay.

AT&T has to wait until 5G standards are set in stone by the 3GPP first. The 3GPP is the international body that sets the network standards, and it’s currently working on standards for 5G, but the first phase of two will only be complete in the first half of 2018.

AT&T says its wireless network’s data traffic saw more than 60 percent coming from video last year, and said “4K video, virtual reality, and IoT will drive the next wave of traffic growth.”

Related: We may not need 5G Speeds by 2020: Here’s Why

While companies are rushing to be the first to make use of 5G capabilities, some are calling to focus on industry standards reform, changes to Intellectual Property rules, and alterations to how spectrum is allocated, before setting such a quick and firm road map for 5G wireless, which is expected to be see nationwide deployment by 2020.

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Aéroport Notre-Dame-des-Landes : le référendum impossible ?

Notre-Dame-des-Landes François Hollande a annoncé jeudi soir la tenue d’un « référendum local » pour débloquer le projet d’aéroport près de Nantes. Mais, en l’état des textes, ce n’est pas possible.


Après plus de quarante ans de retards et de blocages, le projet d’aéroport de Notre-Dame-des-Landes (Loire-Atlantique) va-t-il enfin sortir du bourbier ? Pour relancer le chantier à l’arrêt depuis 2012, François Hollande a annoncé jeudi sur les plateaux de TF 1 et France 2 qu’un « référendum local » serait organisé pour décider si oui ou non l’aéroport verrait le jour. « D’ici le mois d’octobre », a-t-il précisé. Mais un détail pourrait réduire à néant cette belle idée de démocratie participative, une telle consultation est en l’état juridiquement impossible à organiser.

Il faudra changer la loi

« Il faudrait changer la loi, explique Arnaud Gossement, avocat de l’environnement. Concrètement, une commune, un département ou une région ne peut pas organiser de référendum sur une décision prise par l’État. » Le problème n’est pas tout à fait neuf : l’année dernière, Ségolène Royal avait aussi évoqué la piste du référendum local sur Notre-Dame-des-Landes, sans donner suite. Depuis novembre 2014, une commission parlementaire (la commission Richard) planche sur un nouveau type de « consultation locale » qui permettrait d’interroger à l’échelon de la commune ou du département sur des projets nationaux. « La commission a abouti à une ordonnance qui exclut spécifiquement les projets d’intérêt national… comme l’aéroport Notre-Dame-des-Landes », précise Arnaud Gossement. Ce texte sera toutefois examiné mardi lors du prochain Conseil national de la transition écologique.

Il faudra choisir à qui l’on pose la question

Si ce verrou sautait, resterait la question du périmètre du référendum, « question capitale » pour la fondation Nicolas-Hulot. « Nous penchons pour consulter les deux régions impactées. A savoir les Pays de la Loire et la Bretagne », précise Denis Voisin, porte-parole (…) Lire la suite sur LeParisien.fr

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Ligue 2: toujours pas de miracle pour le Paris FC contre Nîmes (0-0)

Têtes basses, les joueurs du Paris FC rentrent aux vestiaires. Ceux de Nîmes vont saluer leur supporteurs qui ont effectué le déplacement en nombre. Revenus de l'enfer après leur 8 points de suspension, les Crocodiles qui ont repris la bagatelle de 15 points aux Parisiens, savourent à leur juste valeur ce point ramené de Charléty (0-0).

Pour le PFC (15e nul !), c'est la désolation et une nouvelle désillusion. Ils n'ont maintenant plus marqué depuis cinq matchs et sont plus que jamais lanterne rouge. Le maintien tient presque maintenant du miracle. Un énorme gâchis pour le club de la capitale qui se rêvait grand mais devra désormais effectuer son examen de conscience. Car l'intersaison a été complètement ratée. Le PFC a aussi commis l'erreur de se voir trop beau cet été.

Dans le match de la dernière chance, vendredi soir, les joueurs de Vasseur ont pourtant, une nouvelle fois, tout essayé. Après un une-deux avec Gamiette, Bamba n'appuie pas assez sa frappe (2e). Si Thébaux se montre décisif sur une frappe de Mounié (18e), le Paris FC finit très fort la première période. Bamba voit d'abord sa frappe repoussée par la main de Michel (28e). Très percutant, Diarra, arrivé d'Auxerre (L2) trouve la barre transversale après une superbe frappe et un ballon récupéré (31e).

Toujours aussi dangereux, l'international malien manque de justesse et le cadre (43e). Et alors que tout le stade Charléty croit enfin à l'ouverture du score sur une tête d'Ismaël Keita (44e), il est refusé par l'arbitre pour un tirage de short peu évident. Une décision qui a provoqué la colère de Jean-Luc Vasseur, rappelé à l'ordre par l'arbitre. Son adjoint Sébastien Gondouin, qui avait pris de la hauteur et des notes dans la tribune, peut redescendre pour la mi-temps avec des pistes d'ajustement.

Les Parisiens reviennent avec les mêmes intentions mais se montrent plus brouillons et moins dangereux. Vasseur joue son va tout avec les (…) Lire la suite sur LeParisien.fr

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Me lembro quando disse que se estivesse inseguro , bastava eu dizer que te amava e tudo ficaria bem , no entanto eu fiquei insegura com sua insegurança e simplesmente concordei com o fim de tudo.
Hoje o que eu mais queria era voltar o tempo e dizer que te amava , gritar o mais alto possível o quanto eu te amava , e não ter deixado você partir. Bom , mas aprendi a lição , e por mais que o tempo passe , na primeira oportunidade que eu tiver de provar o que ficou subentendido , eu provarei .
—  M.S
The ’90s Beauty Trend Rihanna Is Bringing Back—Just in Time for Her Puma Show
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With all of the contemporary beauty looks popping up at New York Fashion Week—from Derek Zoolander’s reimagined Blue Steel to Yeezy’s hair-to-sweats coordination—leave it to Rihanna to throw it back a bit. The songstress arrived in New York for today’s Puma by Rihanna show—which showcases her latest collection as creative director for the brand—rocking a sleek, chin-level chop accented by thin brows, rounded aviators, and a burgundy pout. The overall vibe was decidedly ’90s, albeit carried off with a modern rebellion that’s all RiRi’s own. If her hair and makeup are a hint at what’s to come, Puma by Rihanna may be the most street style-ready show of the season.

André Leon Talley talks to Rihanna at the 2015 Met Gala:

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Sono innamorato di te,
e so che l'amore
non è che un grido nel vuoto,
e che l'oblio è inevitabile,
e che siamo tutti dannati
e che verrà un giorno
in cui tutti i nostri sforzi
saranno ridotti in polvere,
e so che il sole inghiottirà
l'unica terra che avremo mai,
e sono innamorato di te.
—  John Green
A Sneeze May Be Even Ickier Than You Thought

Slow-motion photos reveal a ‘sheet’ of expelled fluid that then breaks apart, researchers say A Sneeze May Be Even Ickier Than You Thought

tanadhal asked:

“May I have this dance?” ;^)

ask my muse for a dance.

            “Why, Fen.”  She’s saying FEN more than FENRIEL now.  She isn’t sure what that means.  Body twists upon the balcony to face him.  “Be careful, now, or I’ll get it in my head that you like me.”  What a funny game they play; she has not been SUBTLE with her affections { but when is she subtle about anything? } and he does this sort of thing; offers his hand to take, rests one upon her hip almost before she’s aware she has accepted.  He is so much taller than she is that, when she shifts arms to hook them over his shoulders, she must STRETCH ‘pon the tips of her toes for just a moment.  

                                           And yet, despite it all, she is HAPPY here, holding him near and laughing softly.  The sounds of Halamshiral fade to something soft, and for a moment — garish red garments aside — they are merely THEMSELVES.  Fenriel and Ahvir.  Against her better judgement she lays her head upon his chest and smiles.

                            It feels like home.