The older one gets, the wiser one is

The older one gets, the wiser one is.
This isn’t due to living a perfect life. It because you’ve heard every lie. You’ve seen everyone act crazy at times and the older one gets, the less they are willing to believe that bull Shit is a diet for mental health! I’m not wise because I lived perfectly. I’m wise because I survived every damn mistake I made and learned. Sometimes I had to repeat the mistake a few more times just to be sure, but I learned. Wisdom is learned, just like being stupid is learned! Some learn quickly, while others seem to enjoy the suffering as a way of life. My friends? Most are far younger than I because they want to live and so do I!! Most of those my age have been through at least four surgeries and are taking medication like it’s candy. I don’t take medicine and I’ve never needed surgery. I’ve got a beautiful almost eight year old son and would like another! I don’t plan on leaving just quite yet. I can tell you this much. My attitude is great so long as you don’t think it’s my job to fix you, listen to your bull Shit or loan you anything. I’ve got enough I’m working on in my own life and you can find out for yourself by making the mistakes you need to ! I’m pretty much live and let live kinda guy. But, I’m also a don’t fuck with me kinda guy too. The older you get, the less a life sentence has meaning! You’ve lived your life and did it your way. Sometimes that was a good idea, sometimes not. But you did it and made it and that alone says something. My battle scars are my testimony to life. I’ve got a lot of them which means I’ve fought hard to stay alive and get to this age. Don’t mistake my age for weakness. A friend of my once said, Wayne I’ve gotten a bit slower over the years. So I got me a few guns. They move as fast as I once did." I haven’t reached that age yet. All I need is a five foot long inch and a half diameter piece of black ebony or walnut. They are stronger than bones and I’m pretty good with a stick. My teacher taught me well! Save on the perfect presents and stocking stuffers for the entire family with lids free shipping coupon.

Vietnam Beach Holidays

Sao Phu Quoc beach is the first place people think of when talking about Phu Quoc and also where you can feel the beauty of Phu Quoc beach.
Possessing special things not every beautiful beach also, with white sand as smooth as snow, blue sea as jade, covered with green forest scene with restaurants, restaurants serving the sea delicious products, … Sao Phu Quoc Beach has made all the visitors come here! How about you?
Sao Phu Quoc beach is located in the southeast of Phu Quoc island, 25 km from Duong Dong town, in An Thoi town with a coastline of over 7 km. In the sunny summer season, due to the east of Phu Quoc Island should hide the southwest wind and calm sea, calm waves this makes Beach Sao more special than other beaches in Phu Quoc.
Sao Phu Quoc beach is one of the most beautiful beaches in Southeast Asia and is often referred to by people as Phu Quoc. Own beautiful and unique beauty because the sand here is smooth white like ice cream, smooth seashore safety, sea blue with the harmony of Phu Quoc mountain and terrain beautiful bow so Bai Sao. become the most expected destination of visitors when coming to Phu Quoc.


Bai Sao is about 25km from Duong Dong town center
Bai Sao is about 25km from Duong Dong town center


Bai Sao is not only famous in the country, but also internationally, attracted by many foreign tourists, so all season is crowded here and is always bustling with activities and travel services in Vietnam Beach Holidays. Therefore, at Bai Sao, it is not difficult for you to find a place to stay for yourself with a variety of rooms ranging from motels to luxury resorts.
From Phu Quoc port to Sao beach: If you take the Superdong speed boat will be docked at Bai Vong, go from Bai Vong to Bai Sao following the directions: 
+ Left the port turn left run about 300m to fall 5
+ Turn right and continue to go 3.5km to the big road – named Nguyen Van Cu
Turn left at the large direction to the fork of the airport keep going straight and run about 12.7km
+ You will see a small road on the left leading to Bai Sao, in front of the road with Bai Sao so you will easily see if attention.
+ On the red road there are many small turns but you go to the main branch to get to Sao beach 
From Phu Quoc International Airport to Sao Beach:
+ Left the airport area turn left about 2.5km through the toll station will meet about 500m will go to the junction
+ Turn right and continue about 12.7km
+ You will see a small road on the left leading to Bai Sao, in front of the road with Bai Sao so you will easily see if attention.
+ On the red road there are many small turns but you go to the main branch to get to Sao beach 
The first experience when standing on the Beach Bai Sao is that you are watching the beautiful picture with the harmonious combination between the vast blue sea with white sand stretching, far away there are boats and a The side is the vast green mountains, quietly hear the clap of life and feel the gentle winds.
Free to fall in the blue water, swing along the surf and play on the white sand you will feel light, relaxed, tossed away the burden, tired of hard work days and forget about the sadness in life.
The beach is large enough for you and your crew to play games, organize a great picnic or even an exciting and exciting night out. If you want to have a good space, comfortable to organize picnic in Bai Sao you go through the restaurant area to the wilderness empty yards a few hundred meters away.
Some areas have large rocks with different shapes and perspectives. This will be an ideal place for family and friends to memorize these memorable moments.
The road to the beach Sao and beach has many restaurants, eateries with rich menu, prices are also suitable, in these restaurants also have hammocks for tourists to rest. You can have fun, bathing here all day without having to worry about eating or resting.
Travel activities here are quite bustling with services for canoeing, kayak, windsurfing boat and especially boat to small island fishing snorkeling. If you are not afraid of seasickness you should try a trip to the sea

 It is now known as the last royal palace of Burma’s last monarchy. Built of wood between 1857 and 1859, as part of the founding of the new Royal Mandalay capital of Mindo.
For the most part, the palace is designed in a traditional style. Situated on a square of 413 hectares, this palace was built inside a solid fortified wall and surrounded by a beautiful water moat.


Mandalay Palace is the main royal residence of King Mindo and King Thibaw – the last two kings of the country. Should all parts be magnificent, built of teak and gilded and reddish. Wall system 2 km long, 8 m high, 3 m thick, with 48 launchers. There are 12 doors representing 12 zodiac signs. Each wall has 3 doors divided by the even spacing between the door and the corners. On the outside, there is a moat 64 m wide, 4.5 m deep. It is believed that, under the previous moat, there was a system of pestilence, in order to trap the enemy in case of attack.
Not only that, from the construction of high walls solid with ramparts, moats, water systems, roads, gardens with shady trees, playgrounds, swimming pools, mints, security gate The infantry, the cavalry, the archers, the artillery, the camp, the stables, the audience, the throne room, the religious residence and the monastery and the moral hall were meticulously planned Including various buildings: clock tower, relic tower, Supreme Court, royal tomb, audience hall, lion room, glass palace.
The reflection of Mandalay on the eastern moat is a beautiful sight to view from the southeast corner. The panorama of the palaces and surrounding areas, to the Mandalay hills in the sunset will be a fascinating experience.

Plan ahead

Plan ahead. Mark your calendars. Invite your pals. Spread the word. Share this post. Several contributors to this anthology from the stolen lands of Toronto will join me at Glad Day Bookshop on November 30 (thx to the organizing efforts of contributor Aj Withers!)
And for folks in other parts of Ontario/Quebec, PM or e-mail me if you want to be looped into a Rebellious Mourning book tour. (Or anyone else for the matter; love to travel, especially to share in conversations about counterposing structural losses with collective mourning and resistance.
#RebelliousMourning #CollectiveWorkOfGrief
#MourningOurDead #FightingLikeHellForTheLiving

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However, if these places are too familiar to you, let’s take saigon to phnom penh by boat to make your trip more exciting.

Just realized I’m spending the Star Trek 50th Anniversary here in San Francisco, California, home of Starfleet Academy in the future!

Just realized I’m spending the Star Trek 50th Anniversary here in San Francisco, California, home of Starfleet Academy in the future!
Star Trek has had such an inspiring influence in my life. Despite all the dystopian portrayals of what the future would be like in films and television, this series was one of the few that celebrated that at the core of humanity’s nature is a righteous impulse to explore the universe, help others, and keep improving everything.
Throughout the series self-actualization was made possible by advancements in science and technology, making the perception of scarcity (the source of most wars, poverty, and other counterproductive public policies) a thing of the past.
One of these days I would love to put a group of futurist friends together (or join a group) for a long weekend retreat somewhere and conjure visions of what a new, character-driven science fiction series could look like that still keeps the essence of balancing realism with a positive attitude about the future. #futurism #startrek50 #sciencefiction.

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All I wanted was a blow dryer

(Please share to prevent this from happening to other girls) So here I am rocking this joe dirt hair style for the new year courtesy of Ulta Beauty and hot tools. I just got done getting all checked out… along with the front of my hair being burned off my forehead and hand are also burned… I realize Ulta does not make this hair dryer but upon researching I’ve discovered multiple reviews of this happening on their very own website. So they knew and continued to sell it. Anyone can look on ulta’s site and see I’m not the only one who’s been hurt. It’s the hot tools turbo ionic dryer. I posted a pic of it. I’ve gotten two from them… the blow dryer that did this to me was my replacement for the previous that also started smoking on me… All I wanted when I called them about this issue was yet again another free replacement blow dryer but this time of a different brand. They offered me a $20 gift card to the store. like really? Do you really think that cuts it?! my hairs gone!!! And It burned me! I should’ve had my pick of hair dryers. so even though I LOVE Ulta I don’t like the way I was treated after this happened. I will now buy ALL of my makeup from sephora. Also a big thanks to Tommy Hannon for calling me right away. All concerned about me and my hair do. I wouldn’t have known what to do with out you advising me on the next step. All I wanted was a blow dryer! Jeez….

The Texas weather is a disaster, almost certainly a climate-change-fueled one

The Texas weather is a disaster, almost certainly a climate-change-fueled one. The social and political response may be another one. Ordinary people are already heroes doing what is needed. The authorities often make huge mistakes, based on their assumptions about human nature and their overvaluation of property, their undervaluation of life. Disaster sociologists say, "There is no such thing as a natural disaster."
Who are you? Who are we? In times of crisis, these are life and death questions. Thousands of people survived Hurricane Katrina because grandsons or aunts or neighbors or complete strangers reached out to those in need all through the Gulf Coast and because an armada of boat owners from the surrounding communities and as far away as Texas went into New Orleans to pull stranded people to safety. Hundreds of people died in the aftermath of Katrina because others, including police, vigilantes, high government officials and the media, decided that the people of New Orleans were too dangerous to allow them to evacuate the septic, drowned city, or to rescue them, even from hospitals. Some who attempted to flee were turned back at gunpoint or shot down. Rumors proliferated about mass rapes, mass murders, and mayhem that turned out later to be untrue, though the national media and New Orleans’s police chief believed and perpetrated those rumors during the crucial days when people were dying on rooftops, elevated highways and in crowded shelters and hospitals in the unbearable heat without adequate water, without food, without medicine and medical attention. Those rumors led soldiers and others dispatched as rescuers to regard victims as enemies. Others were murdered as a result, but not by the people the media scrutinized. Beliefs matter—though more people act beautifully despite their beliefs than the reverse.
Katrina was an extreme version of what goes on in many disasters, where how you behave depends on whether you think your neighbors or fellow citizens are a greater threat than the havoc wrought by a disaster or a greater good than the property in houses and stores around you. (Citizen, in this book, means members of a city or community, not people in possession of legal citizenship in a nation.) What you believe shapes how you act. How you act results in life or death, for yourself or others, like everyday life, only more so. Katrina was, like most disasters, also full of altruism: of young men who took it upon themselves to supply water, food, diapers, and protection to the strangers stranded with them, to people who sheltered neighbors, to the uncounted hundreds or thousands who set out in boats—armed, often, but also armed with compassion—to find those who were stranded in the stagnant waters and bring them to safety, to the two hundred thousand or more who volunteered to house complete strangers, mostly in their own homes, via the Internet site in the weeks after, more persuaded by the pictures of suffering than the rumors of monstrosity, to the uncounted tens of thousands of volunteers who came to the Gulf Coast to rebuild and restore.
In the wake of an earthquake, a bombing or a major storm, most people are altruistic, urgently engaged in caring for themselves and those around, strangers and neighbors as well as friends and loved ones. The image of the selfish, panicky or regressively savage human being in times of disaster has little truth to it. Decades of meticulous sociological research on behavior in disasters, from the bombings of World War II to floods, tornadoes, earthquakes and storms across the continent and around the world, have demonstrated this. But belief lags behind, and often the worst behavior in the wake of a calamity is on the part of those who believe that others will behave savagely and that they themselves are taking defensive measures against barbarism. From 1906 San Francisco to 2005 New Orleans, innocents have been killed by people who believed that their victims were the criminals and they themselves were the protectors of the shaken order. Belief matters.
Katrina is often viewed as a moment when civil society was defeated and disaster capitalism triumphed. The profiteers did well, and the hurricane provided cover for destroying longstanding social institutions such as Charity Hospital, along with most public housing in New Orleans. The toll is enormous. But the balance sheet is more complicated than that. Thanks to Katrina, the Bush Administration lost its mandate of heaven. Perhaps the president and his team should have lost it in the chaos of September 11, 2001, but they cannily framed that situation in a way that led to a surge of patriotic fear and deference and defined the administration as decisive, powerful, unquestionable—until the summer of 2005. Only then did the media and public begin to criticize the administration with the fearlessness that should be part of every era, every democracy. Many reporters standing in the ruins of the Gulf voiced unscripted outrage over the incompetence, callousness, and cluelessness of the federal government during the catastrophe. After Katrina, people who had been afraid to criticize the administration were emboldened to do so. It changed the tone nationwide, and Bush soon became the most unpopular president in American history.
On September 1, the president said “I don’t think anyone anticipated the breach of the levees.” The media later obtained videotape of him being warned of that possibility on August 28. The public too began to speak out more fearlessly that summer. Poverty and race became issues again. MSNBC commentator Keith Olbermann was so outraged by Katrina that on September 5, 2005, he launched into a furious, widely circulated tirade against the Bush Administration, the beginning of his Special Comments that were routinely the most hostile critique of the president in the mainstream media and one of the most noted. “It wasn’t Iraq that did George Bush in–it was the weather,” he said in 2007. By then a liberal black man with a background in community organizing had become a serious contender to succeed that president in the 2008 election—an unimaginable possibility not long before; and another democratic contender for the White House launched his campaign in New Orleans and made poverty its central issue. The nation shifted, not only from deference to the president but from fealty to the politics of the far right, and Katrina was the turning point.
— A Paradise Built in Hell.
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I have seen patrons and baiting customers

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Saigon Phan Thiet 2 Days

Self-centered at the appointment in District 1, departing to Phan Thiet, on the way to visit Long Thanh breakfast. Starting Phan Thiet Tour – Ke Ga Lighthouse 2 Days 1 Night. After that, the delegation started the dream road with Ba Ria – Long Hai – Loc An – Ho Coc – Ho Tram – Binh Chau – Ke Ga – Suoi Nhum, connecting the beaches, the most beautiful resorts Southeast South Pole and South Pole.
You can see the natural scenery with blue sea, white sand and sunshine, along with the special artisanal resorts and resorts such as Anoasis resort, Tropicana resort, Lazi Beach Resort, Rock Water Bay, Sai Gon Suoi Nhum, especially Five Star Casino Hotel The Grand – Ho Tram Strip …To Ham Thuan Nam (Binh Thuan province – the province with the largest area of ​​dragon fruit in Vietnam) do not foot to you to view and take pictures of a dragon fruit garden along the road.
Continue to visit Ke Ga Lighthouse – the oldest lighthouse in Vietnam with over 115 years of age by boat or basket full (cost self) of fishermen in the sea, the delegation can conquer 183 steps inside Hai Post to enjoy the pristine beauty of the sea here. Continue Saigon Phan Thiet 2 Days to conquer Mui Ne sand hill, you join the beautiful scenery on both sides of the road and watch the boats of fishermen on landing at Mui Ne boat landing. After enjoying the sweet taste of coconut 3 times (cost self-sufficiency), you continue to conquer Sand Hill, watch the immense desert subdivision, join the game sand slide and admire the sunset. kissing on the sea.