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Thursday, April 10, 2014

1967 Summer Fashion

1967 Summer Fashion


1967 Summer Fashion

Posted: 10 Apr 2014 12:44 PM PDT

Taken on vacation in the summer of 1967, my mother, aunt and grandmother. Mom was wearing hot pants before they were even hot pants, she wouldn't let me wear them though lol.

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Two places full of memories

Posted: 10 Apr 2014 11:35 AM PDT

Wrigley Field and the Field Museum

 

Photo by Instagram user @swatster

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1969 Fashionista Girls

Posted: 10 Apr 2014 11:11 AM PDT

For the assignment: Your favorite 60's fashions.

My little sister and three of my cousins hamming it up for the camera in 1969. Girls always wore dresses back then. That all changed the next year, at least for me in High School it did.

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My favorite spots

Posted: 10 Apr 2014 11:02 AM PDT

Photos by Instagram user @quake18

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Library of Birmingham

Posted: 10 Apr 2014 10:33 AM PDT

Interior of the Library of Birmingham.

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Snow bean

Posted: 10 Apr 2014 10:07 AM PDT

'They say that the bad memories cause the most pain, but actually it's the good ones that drive you insane'

Photo from Instagram user @golden2dew

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Protestas San Cristóbal Cruzada Andina 2

Posted: 10 Apr 2014 07:45 AM PDT

Protestas San Cristóbal Cruzada Andina 2

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Students Making Their Way Out of the Legislature

Posted: 10 Apr 2014 07:05 AM PDT

Students walking in a line to get out of the legislature at 6 p.m. after the student leaders finished their speeches of what will be the next move for the Sunflower Movement.

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He's Home!!!

Posted: 10 Apr 2014 04:36 AM PDT

Specialist Douglas Hatten, a medic in the US Army, has returned home after a 9 month deployment to Afghanistan with the 857th. We are so glad to have him home and appreciate his sacrifice for fighting for our freedom. Thank you Douglas and welcome home!!! We are so proud and we love you!!! Army Strong!!! #RobinMeade #PleaseAirThis #PutOnMorningExpress #MorningExpress

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Students Leave the Legislature

Posted: 10 Apr 2014 01:57 AM PDT

The student-led protesters will leave the legislature at 6 p.m. on April 10, after they leave the legislative building, they will conduct one last rally for this Sunflower Movement which has been operating for over three weeks since March 18.

 

The reason they chose to leave today is that Legislative Speaker Wang Jin-pyng had visited the students inside the legislature Sunday (April 6). He promised the students to pass an oversight bill before the review of the trade pact is conducted. This is what the students have been asking for.

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Moon over New York

Posted: 09 Apr 2014 06:28 PM PDT

While Mars was in opposition, the moon shone brightly over New York.

 

Copyright by Robert Ondrovic Photography

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Protestas San Cristóbal Cruzada Andina

Posted: 09 Apr 2014 06:15 PM PDT

Manifestaciones en Táchira

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Cruzada Andina

Posted: 09 Apr 2014 06:15 PM PDT

Manifestación en San Cristóbal

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Manifestación en Táchira 2

Posted: 09 Apr 2014 05:55 PM PDT

Manifestación en Táchira contra el diálogo MUD-Gobierno

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Manifestación en Táchira

Posted: 09 Apr 2014 05:54 PM PDT

Manifestación en Táchira contra el diálogo MUD-Gobierno

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Andean Crusade Protest at the People's Defender Office

Posted: 09 Apr 2014 05:52 PM PDT

Students from towns of the north of Tachira, walked more than 130 Kms today, at arriving in the State Capital concentrated in front of the office of the People's Defender of Tachira in downtown San Cristobal this afternoon at 5:00 pm and a leader read aloud a letter with security, justice, economy, politics and social demands to be fullfilled in a short period of time otherwise the students will continue the protests in the whole región, it could be heard. Bolivarian National Guards with tankettes and mobile jails were guarding the situation.

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Plaza de Paz en Caracas despues de 60 dias de disturbios

Posted: 09 Apr 2014 12:30 PM PDT

Asi queda Caracas despues de 60 dias de distirbios

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Traffic Nightmare as Mating Bull chase Cows on Highway

Posted: 09 Apr 2014 11:18 AM PDT

On Holi Day the day on which Bonfires are lit at night,as I was returning from Ravinder's home in Sarojini Nagar and neared P.A.C. I saw this crazy herd moving on Lucknow Kanpur Highway,let loose obviously by a mischievous mind.

People tried best to avoid them and you could here folks shrieking as they felt terror if the Bull would attack them by horns.That Bull was so reckless that it would time and again just stop and turn in its tracks facing the traffic.They continue to run for several miles and as I turned towards my home they were still running towards Alambagh just crossing Piccadilly Hotel crossing.

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Spread the Good Word

Posted: 09 Apr 2014 08:21 AM PDT

An unnamed evangelist visited the University of North Alabama campus on Tuesday, April 8. The man held a large sign with the words "you deserve hellfire" written on it, while two cameramen wearing hats that said, "OBEY GOD" filmed the entire event.

 

The preacher, who would not give his name or the name of the church he belongs to, began shouting at students, loudly exclaiming that "college students" are "lost and condemned", and that many would be "going to hell". The man made his way across the bridge leading to the university's ampitheatre and continued to engage students as they passed by.

 

Many students congregated around the man as they walked to and from class, shouting back at him. Several students seemed to be upset about the preacher's hateful words and lack of respect for ongoing classes.

 

Richard Crowder, member of the UNA band and a student on campus, said he believes "the best way to prove religion" is legitimate is not to "shove it in anyone's face." Crowder said he believed the preacher was going about preaching in the least effective way.

 

Many other students stopped by to yell hateful comments at the preacher as he was screaming at students.

 

"This isn't the way to witness!" one young woman said.

 

When the preacher condemned all bisexuals, transgenders, and homosexuals as sinners and stated they are going to hell, one student asked why God had made her that way if she was only going to be condemned to hell.

 

"God didn't make you homosexual, God made you a baby", the preacher replied.

 

Several times, the man refused to read requested Bible verses from the copy of the Bible he carried with him.

 

A police officer in attendance told students the man could not be asked to leave unless he began insulting
specific students.

 

After the man had been at the amiptheatre for more than an hour, two students ran circles around the area waving gay-pride flags. Many students cheered and broke into applause. One male student joined the preacher on the stage and began yelling back at him.

 

Around 1 p.m., students began to take hands and create a circle around the ampitheater. I led the prayer for the man, asking that love and acceptance might help the preacher open his eyes and begin having a positive effect on campus. The preacher shouted at the students the entire time we prayed.

 

The preacher stayed for several hours on UNA's campus, with officials having no authority to make him leave.

 

Cards reading "Who Will Jesus Destroy" were handed out on campus, although it is unclear if the preacher was giving them out, or if they were distributed by the film crew or a student.

 

Other students were handing out flyers for the Secular Student Association.

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Sunflower Movement

Posted: 09 Apr 2014 01:12 AM PDT

Around Legislative Yuan, hundreds people, from students to elders, keep rallying and advocating legalizing service trade pace between Taiwan and China. Students came from Hong Kong print brochures to support this democracy movement. Volunteer students are well organized on news publishment, suppliers distribution, civic conferences host, event moving direction, medical support, and anything you can imagine to carry on with the movement peacefully.

This is Sunflower Movement, started from last year when the pact was signed in non-transparent deal, burst out in March 18th when a legislator announced the review process of pact passed in secret, and leaded students occupied Legislative Yuan and more than five hundred thousands people rallied in front of the Presidential Palace to protest this unfair and under-the-table Cross-Strait Services Trade Agreement.

April 7th, a raining Monday night, movement leaders announced there are going to return Legislative Yuan on April 10th 6:00 pm and take more actions instead of simply defending. Sunflower Movement is keeping going.

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