Arrests of border agents and customs officers “far exceed, on a per capita basis, such arrests at other law enforcement agencies,” the 29-page report notes.
The key has been to try to find which part of the story do you tell first and how do you tell it.(I read book 4 first.)
After updating and setting up Apple Music:
Head to Settings, iTunes and App Store
Tap your Apple ID and enter your password
Tap “View Apple ID”
Under the Subscriptions option, tab “Manage”
Toggle the “Automatic Renewal” option to off
Posted by John at 8:56 PM
My main inspiration for the show and Elliot is a combination of 3 events:
One, my aforementioned frustration with the way Hollywood represents hacking and technology
Two, my personal experience with the Arab Spring, specifically in Egypt
And three, the financial collapse in 2008.
Half of Angolans live on less than two dollars a day, infant mortality rates are among the highest in the world, and the average life expectancy—fifty-two—is among the lowest.
When oil people leave Angola, he told me, they often sell their freezers, packed with American beef, to their successors. “People can charge ten thousand dollars for a well-stocked freezer,’’ he said. He mentioned that a friend once tried to sell him a roll of aluminum foil for a hundred and forty dollars. Espinosa grinned and rolled his eyes. “That crazy Randy,’’ he said. “In the end, I think I paid thirty dollars.’’
Displaying such wealth in a country as impoverished as Angola can be a challenge. One member of the President’s inner circle owns a Rolls-Royce, but there are few good roads in Luanda. So every Sunday he loads the car into a trailer, takes it to the Marginal—a recently renovated two-mile-long promenade along the South Atlantic—drives it for a while on the capital’s only smooth road, loads it back into its trailer, and has it hauled away.
a classic regional Chinese dish called "lion's head meatballs."
The recipe plays the rich and delicate texture of ground pork belly against a clear broth and blanched Napa cabbage, curled against the meatballs to look like a lion's mane.
Company executives stabbed at the orbs prepared by Chef Andy Kao with plastic utensils, nodding in approval with each satisfying bite. The dish was ethereal, comforting and reminiscent of the version the chain's founder, Andrew Cherng, ate as a boy growing up in China.
Panda Express customers will never get to try it. That's because Kao and his team were there to reinvent the dish, frying and glazing the meatballs to make it look and taste more like something that belongs in one of the Rosemead company's 1,800 restaurants.
Over the years, he’s learned the nuances differentiating Manhattan’s private schools: “When you’re at Dalton, you have to keep up with the Joneses; when you’re at Chapin you don’t, necessarily.” Mauro, who is Catholic,
New Yorker writer reminisces about his father, a judge in India who also liked to hunt:
As he was busy in those days, hearing cases in his capacity as a magistrate, he fashioned an arrangement to mix business and pleasure. The pleaders, plaintiffs, and defendants would be instructed to meet him at a certain place along the banks of the Indus. There a large flat-bottomed barge, ordinarily used for carrying buffalo, camels, and the occasional wedding party across the river, would have been requisitioned for the day. The court, twenty or thirty strong, would embark, my father sitting on the foredeck at a desk. The barge would cast off and float down the river, guided by men with poles.
My father would knit his brow in concentration as the pleaders began. Suddenly, Mughla, my father’s notoriously unceremonious hunting guide, would roar from his lookout at the bow, “Gator time, boys!”—or, rather, “Pai chamak di hai!”
"Simplistically yet accurately summarizing the insipid contestant interview part of Jeopardy!"
6/25/15: "I read 50 books a year" "I coined the word 'niblings'" "I went to the ER for a dislocated pinky" #Jeopardy pic.twitter.com/2jE5ULO8tJ— Jeopardy! Stories (@CoolJepStories) June 25, 2015
6/24/15: "I broke into my house to propose" "I own WWII candlesticks" "'Kill that guy' was chanted at me" #Jeopardy pic.twitter.com/78vvqJEGcM— Jeopardy! Stories (@CoolJepStories) June 24, 2015
6/22/15: "I can identify every member of Congress" "I dress up and ride English bicycles" "I win free food" #Jeopardy pic.twitter.com/UGCE66ZEJa— Jeopardy! Stories (@CoolJepStories) June 22, 2015
"an inspector observed that the steam table in the buffet line was turned off, leaving more than 260 pounds of cooked meat between 65 and 79 degrees Fahrenheit for several hours."
Costa Mesa officials including Mayor Steve Mensinger and other city council members repeatedly disregarded city policies and regulations in granting the Leinart flag football league non-profit status and access to city fields. The city’s parks and recreation director said at one point he was so uncomfortable with city officials’ insistence that the Leinart league be allowed to use park facilities that he resigned.
And pools’ “chlorine” smell isn’t actually the chlorine either. The stronger a pool’s scent, the more it is filled with pee, poop, sweat and dirt, says the CDC. “Healthy pools...don’t have a strong chemical smell.”
Here is a very loose interpretation of Bach’s Goldberg Variations.
It will be part of a 3 print series inspired by various classical compositionsand you can pre-order the set right now on the Black Dragon Press shop.
The variants are sold out, but the Regular set is still available.
For more information and pre-ordering, visit:
Usually when it rain, kids aren’t allowed to play outside until the ground is dry. But the new Dai-ichi Yochien in Kumamoto City is designed to make sure the puddles stay exactly where they are.
The courtyard of the school is designed to accumulate rain water so that after a heavy downpour there is a gigantic, pool-like puddle just waiting for the kids to come out and play, explains Taku Hibino. The lead architect at Hibino Sekkei designed the courtyard so that on dry days it can function as a badminton or softball court and in the winter it can even be converted to an ice skating rink.
"Voyage is a 48 page visual essay about the interstellar journey of Voyager 1. Funds from the distribution of this PDF will help in the further development of the Voyage visual series to eventually be expanded upon and published. Voyage is by illustrator Molly Mendoza and was created during her thesis process in partial fulfillment for her BFA from PNCA."
Posted by John at 9:38 AM
On potentially bringing Jar Jar to Disney Infinity:
"I remember when we saw how high he was on the character chart, I was like, ‘This has got to be because people hate him, right?'" said John Vignocchi, vice president of production for Disney Interactive. "I was totally wrong."
After 18 months of internal study, they had concluded that the all-important millennial generation might not be content with a mere mint.
No, the millennials wanted entertainment, release from boredom, “emotional rescue.”
So this month a new and more amusing Tic Tac is coming to store shelves — the Tic Tac Mixer, which changes flavors as it melts on the tongue. From cherry to cola, for example, or from peach to lemonade.