You have to push play. Nothing in the world will prepare you or make you think that you are going to hear what you are going to hear from this guy. When he started singing I stared mouth open.
My eyes red?
What you talkin bout bruh?
Haha…Boy you wild…ahem…yea…
So many emotions….
Slightly weird DIY E-Waste Planters
- Switch Plate Planters by ReadyMade reader Kelly D., at Apartment Therapy
- Floppy Disk Planters, by Anjelika Temple at Brit & Co
- Fully operational Bio-Computer, by Mike Schropp at Total Geekdom
- Planters in old computers, by heySkippy at Airbrushforum.org
- Boombox Planter, photographed on Flanagan Lane in Melbourne, by Mark Holsworth
- Various outdated appliances used as planters, original image source unknown
- Typewriter planter (tutorial), by etsy user besserina.
Aasif Mandvi interviews Fox Business commentator, Todd Wilemon.
"Why are you poor? Stop being poor. Be rich like me!" - Fox News commentators, GOP congressmen, and late night informercials on real estate flipping.
Does he really believe that a GED and a job for a year will pull you out of poverty? Lmao
Neil DeGrasse Tyson Explains Why The Cosmos Shouldn’t Make You Feel Small
When it comes to “callings” we usually think of people who feel drawn to religious career paths. But if you ask Neil deGrasse Tyson how he became an astrophysicist he says: “I think the universe called me. I feel like I had no say in the matter.”
Tyson, director of the Hayden Planetarium at the Museum of Natural History in New York, is a prolific writer and frequently cited authority on astronomy in the popular media. He’s hosted a four-part series on Nova and appeared everywhere from The Tonight Show to The Daily Show to Wait Wait … Don’t Tell Me!
This spring, Tyson hosts a new TV series called Cosmos: A Space-Time Odyssey. It’s an update of the influential 1980 PBS series Cosmos: A Personal Journey. (source)
Cosmos will be on TV tonight at 9pm EST, on FOX!
Alfalfa sprouts are the shoots of the alfalfa plant, harvested before they become the full-grown plant. Because they are so small, the sprouts contain a concentrated amount of certain vitamins and minerals such as calcium, vitamin K and vitamin C. Alfalfa sprouts contain just 8 calories and 0 grams of fat per cup.
Vitamin K helps with blood clotting when you injure yourself or have surgery. Your intestines make some vitamin K, but the rest of what you need should come from nutritious foods. A vitamin K deficiency, though uncommon, can cause excessive bleeding. The daily requirement of vitamin K is 90 micrograms for women and 120 micrograms for men. One cup of alfalfa sprouts contains 10.1 micrograms of vitamin K.
One cup of alfalfa sprouts supplies 2.7 milligrams of the 75 to 90 milligrams of vitamin C you need each day for a strong immune system and healthy skin. A serving of alfalfa sprouts supplies small amounts of bone-building calcium and potassium for healthy muscles and a normal heart beat. You also get tiny doses of magnesium, iron, folate and vitamin A from a serving of alfalfa sprouts.
Alfalfa sprouts are one of the most significant dietary sources of phytoestrogens, which are beneficial compounds in plant foods that can help reduce your risk of heart disease, cancer and osteoporosis, according to Michael T. Murray, author of “The Condensed Encyclopedia of Healing Foods.” The phytoestrogens in alfalfa sprouts might reduce symptoms of menopause as well. Murray also notes that alfalfa sprouts contain compounds called saponins, which can help lower your LDL, or bad, cholesterol while also increasing your HDL, or “good” cholesterol. Saponins might also help boost your immunity.
A collection of picturesque beach images featuring Oroma Elewa and a friend on Mikadi Beach in Kigamboni, Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania, wearing pieces designed by Yodit Eklund for Bantu Wax. Art direction was also done by Oroma Elewa herself.
All Africa, All the time.