Art has an endless amount of faces. It is as varied as the human condition, and so we as humans find ways to make art out of practically anything we can. Snow, however, has been used to create art for centruries. From snowmen with carrots as noses to these amazing marvels of sculpting you see before you.
You are where you live, or so they say. If that saying is true, then the people living in these houses must be spectacular! Take a peak into some of the world\’s most incredible homes and maybe you will be inspired to build the house of your dreams!
Cross posted by former MP Louise Mensch
Journalists have asked me on Twitter if I really want to see Alan Rusbridger arrested. Yes, I do; and here’s why.
It was always incredibly bad that he had exposed British intelligence agents to foreigners, willfully, having admitted that doing so would expose them. My prior blog below shows how he redacted all their names from the files he FedExed to ProPublica but then decided he couldn’t be arsed on the 25,000 files he sent unredacted to the NYT and Glenn Greenwald.
A comment was left on that last blog that I have to reproduce. It shows that every agent exposed by Rusbridger has had their career ruined for the duration of it; none of them can ever work in the field again. Furthermore, the writer makes the compelling case that the NSA-GCHQ wiki, which the New York Times published extracts from, and…
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There are countless unsung heroes throughout history that are deserving of greater recognition and appreciation. This post strives to shed light on ten such remarkable individuals who have impacted the world. If you have suggestions for other notable persons, please let me know in the comments so I can do a follow-up post and we can continue to exalt these inspirational people and celebrate and share their incredible stories.
1. Niels Bohlin
Inventor of the Three-Point Seatbelt
On July 10, 1962, the US Patent Office issued Swedish engineer Nils Bohlin (July 17, 1920 – Sept. 26, 2002) a patent for the three-point seatbelt. Bolin worked for the Volvo Car Corporation and designed his three-point system in less than a year. Volvo first introduced the seatbelt on its cars in 1959. Consisting of two straps that joined at the hip level and…
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Mayor Norris Nautilust today put the leaders of the Burntfridge investigation to the sword, issuing an edict forbidding ‘any future invention of ridiculous sexual deviations that might ensnare harmless gardeners who employ child labour’. He added that the vitally important City traders in Mendacium justifiably feel they are above the law, but only a pervert would want to stick his cock in a poppy, and as there are no perverts at all anywhere in Mendacium, it was only right to ban the spreading of false rumours.
Late flash: Mayor Nautilust is to sue the German Government for bomb damage to Grade I & II listed Mendacium buildings relating to the period 1940-41, only seven of which once belonged to his family.
“DON’T GO HUNGRY, EAT YOUR CHILDREN” ADVISES LEADING PEERESS
Conservative Peer for the Knightsbridge region Lady Penelope Farquit-Branede’ath offered practical help for…
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The Happy Days at the Pet Adoption Center
When the Great Dane Lily lost her sight, her future seemed equally dark and bleak. However, no one would have expected that her partner Madison would quickly took on the task of “Guide Dog for a Blind Dog.” As long as Madison was by her side, Lily looks like any other normal dog.
Lily turned 6 on 2011, Due to un-repairable damages from Trichiasis during her cub years, she has had to continue living relying on others for guidance, and this was when 7 years old Madison became her assistant.
Manager at the adoption center, Louise Campbell commented, “Even though Madison has never had official training, when she guides Lily, it’s as if she’s a professional guide dog for the blind. Madison will always stay close to Lily and constantly have body contact with her so she knows where to go.” Campbell…
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