keep your mind on the mission; an instrumental mix for the ghost assassin who kills in the shadows | listen here
i. helevator (fx only) - two steps from hell / ii. fever dream - brian tyler / iii. great bird of prey - trent reznor & atticus ross / iv. the hollywood droid - two steps from hell / v. the moors - thomas newman / vi. chase across dc - james newton howard / vii. nj mart - marco beltrami / viii. death knell - audiomachine
My girlfriend’’s cousin found this cutie while hiking near Newton, NJ. Steps up, is fairly snuggly, doesn’t like fingers though. We’re gonna take care of him/her for now and perhaps permanently but if there’s somebody missing this birb we’d love to reunite you guys.
pepperandpals, and any other bird bloggers, and everybody maybe? Please share.
For the third year in a row, the 100 most educated places in America have been ranked. Given that only about a third of Americans has a college degree, the top of the list is striking. In all ten spots, from Bethesda, MD to Newton, MA to Cupertino, CA, at least 94% of residents hold a high school diploma or associate’s degree. Far fewer people hold bachelor’s, master’s and doctorate’s, but the top of the list was impressive on those scores as well, with 76% the lowest percentage of people holding bachelor’s degrees.