“... to talk to about options for women in the military and how an Army career could affect married or family life...”
Why are we so paranoid about what pregnant women see?
As I post in every Egyptian movie thread, the depictions of Egyptians on temples and tombs was never meant to be a literal depiction of their skin color. Usually many different colors were used, from brown to white to cream to green to black.
Yeah. Some of the statistics mentioned in this piece are much better than Russian Roulette odds, but I doubt the author would be down for a game.
So can we talk about people who rail against statistics and think they’re gonna be the ones to beat the odds?
At my school (which required both sexes to wear uniforms), the dress code for the boys was one short paragraph of the student handbook. There were three basic principles: ties were mandatory, shirt had to be tucked in, and pants had to be held up by a belt.
Depending on how fancy/casual this wedding is, I suggest ModCloth. They have a large selection of “special occasion” dresses in various styles and colors + they have a wide range of sizes and shapes for all bodies. ASOS always has a great selection too.
That is shrimp and grits, you ignoramus, and it is delicious.
Yes, but that's the headache to which I'm referring. I'm not saying it can't be done. Obviously there are loads of delightful children who eat a wide variety of food and are grateful for it and have manners and etc. But they don't pop out of your body that way. You must spend years cultivating the child. That is a…
The last chapter in particular is just heartbreaking every time I read it.
Sanderson is a better writer than GRRM and a much better writer than Jordan.
Sorry about the unfounded insult.
Here's a gem of a study. Scientists decided to see if whale vomit, perhaps better known under its far more exotic and marketable name ambergris, lived up to its reputation as an aphrodisiac. They unleashed its main component on some rats, and made my day.
I don't know what to do with good white people.
No, it's not marijuana. It's a close cousin, known as Humulus lupulus, better known as "hops." You know it as a key ingredient in beer, but its fat, resinous flowers are also prized for their flavor and their medicinal properties. We're just starting to unlock the biochemical secrets of hops, and discover why this…
What you're seeing here is an image of Saturn's moon Dione as it passes in front of the moon Titan. The detail is breathtaking, and you can just see the haze of Titan's atmosphere glowing around the curve of the lake-covered moon.
In many cities, it's become popular to hate "gentrifiers," rich people who move in and drive up housing prices — pushing everyone else out. But what's going on in these rapidly-changing urban spaces is a lot more complicated than that.
It may often feel like you're running on a little less sleep than you should. But is how much sleep you're getting (or not getting) a function of where you live? Here are the cities that sleep the most and the least.