All is well here, although only because I’ve given up, in the most relaxed way possible. I’m still trying to get everything done by the 20th, but I understand that’s tomorrow and that I live in a world of dreams. Even if I don’t totally finish, I’ll be close enough that the last few days of the holidays won’t be an enraged blur of wrapping paper and baking. The gingerbread was baked last night, dinner for tonight is almost made, and it’s a simple one, so it’s bubbling on the stove, making the house smell like I’m ready, even if I’m not. A little while ago I got this huge urge to vacuum, and then realized that only a fool vacuums *before* a two year old comes to your house for dinner. I’ll clean up the crumbs he leaves behind tomorrow. It was always a pipe dream to have the knitting done by the 20th – I haven’t thought I would make that for a while… but I stand by my idea that I’ll be knitting for me on Christmas Day, with a cup of eggnog and the tree twinkling next to me. I don’t have that much to knit really (sorry, let me just stop laughing enough to type.) No, really – it’s not that bad. A pair of Cloisonée mittens remain to be finished…
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Men have been a symbol for power and strength even from before. Most remarkable men of revolution from the past have different looks and nationalities. From different eras, most of these men had also different styles and of course, the field they are good at; whether it would be Science, Math, Evolution, Astronomy, and even in the field of war. Most of these men have one thing in common, they all have beards! Beards, from men of revolution in different fields and all the branches of human intellect, have been a symbol of morale, style, and sometimes, poor hygiene! Beards have been there in our times from the past and even in our future, shaping different faces from different styles in the form of facial hair. These men were one of the few inspirations of today’s different styles of beards. There are a lot to choose from actually, but there are also a lot of factors that would fit the selected style of hair to the contours of your face, mustache, and hair making it more balanced and appropriate. Beards for men will only grow and grow as time goes by; this is why we’ve gathered 10 of the popular beard styles used by men today. Will you be able to fit into these styles?
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — Whether they shoot BBs, pellets, paintballs or nothing at all, imitation guns can be indistinguishable from the real thing — it’s one reason why some criminals gravitate toward them. Plus they’re cheap and easy to get.
As Ohio authorities investigate the fatal police shooting of a 13-year-old boy who officers said pulled a realistic-looking BB gun from his waistband, law enforcement agencies are grappling with the use of fake guns to commit very real crimes.
TORONTO – The overwhelming popularity of this season’s hottest toy, Hatchimals, has taken many by surprise – including its Toronto-based toymaker, Spin Master.
The furry, robotic bird-like toy animals that hatch from an egg when rubbed have been selling out at stores across North America, Europe and Japan since its launch on Oct. 7.
Some experts say this is a common risk that companies encounter when available stock can’t meet high demand, because perceived value – especially in toys – can be time-sensitive.
“These toys tend to be trends and fads. What’s hot this Christmas probably won’t be hot next summer,” says June Cotte, a consumer behaviour researcher and marketing professor at the Ivey Business School at Western University.
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As HBO’s “Game of Thrones” rises in popularity, so does the ferocity of its dragons.
This story first appeared in the April 07, 2015 issue of Variety.
Creation of these monsters is overseen by vfx supervisor Sven Martin and vfx producer Viktorija Ogureckaja of global effects powerhouse Pixomondo. For the show’s fifth season, their Germany-based team has taken the creatures to new heights of sophistication.
“They are growing with every season, and the textures are getting 10 times more complex,” Martin says.
In the latest iteration, the skin under their forelimbs and around their wings has more translucencies, giving the dragons more visual interest and apparent flexibility in flight. Individual scales are modeled drier and darker, and they’re more closely attached to the skin — a process that has considerably increased computer-rendering time.
Not all vacuums are created equal and Fisher-Price is giving kids ages 1 to 3 a super-cool toy vacuum that features more than 30 sing-along songs, tunes, and phrases making this annoying (or at least I find it annoying) chore a lot of fun. I’d like to say that I am not supporting that parents delegate household maintenance to babies, but they’re never too young to learn and this toy not only inspires early role play, but also introduces colors, shapes, letters, and more to little tikes!
The only way I know to change the footer to take away the “powered by WordPress” is to Appearance – Editor – Footer.php However I cannot find the text to edit to fix that in this theme. Is there an alternative way specific to the theme? Can’t seem to find it on theme options either.
WHY? WordPress is free and it is wonderful. Why not give credit where credit is due?
Is this also the same way as the theme tempera?
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