“We take photos with sunsets. Humans are actually hardwired to associate sunsets with chemistry. It’s actually a type of optical illusion. These images were totally calculated and basically a form of cheating. We’ll stop at nothing to win.” -Misha
Tara Chambler in Every Episode» Dead Weight Don’t get me wrong, an M4 is great for close combat, but as a field weapon? With all that dirt and dust, no, thanks. I’ve never really been into big guns anyway. I’m more of a Smith & Wesson gal. Less fuss, you know?
Prince Harry visited Fulham’s Hurlingham Club where he met the Joyful Noise choir, a collection of people of different faiths, ethnicity, sexual orientation and gender, all living with HIV.
The choir were rehearsing ahead of their performance at the nOscars, an awards ceremony established by NAZ in 2012 to highlight the programmes, people and media which challenge HIV and homophobic stigma.
The nOscars event is one of the largest awards ceremonies of its kind and aims to put a spotlight on the poor sexual health outcomes of minority groups.
Prince Harry also heard about NAZ’s wider work in providing sexual health promotion and HIV support services to black, Asian and minority ethnic communities in London. November 15, 2016
An Olympic hopeful in the 200 meter breaststroke, Meghan J. “Valkyrie” Castellano’s dreams of gold were dashed in her junior year, when she broke her arm in a car accident. She spent the next two years doing rehab with her father, an army training officer. While working as a Naval Intelligence Officer, she was chosen to be one of the first women admitted to SEAL training.