ABC News - New South Wales
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ABC News - New South Wales
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Collective Evolution
3 days
In fact, that frequency is all they are after for it strengthens your slavery and sustains them, no matter what puppet they put in place for you to identify with or project anger on. It's the old game of divide and conquer...and the Matrix has you. Everything that irritates us about others can lead us to an understanding of ourselves. There is no coming to consciousness without pain. People will do anything, no matter how absurd, in order to avoid facing their own Soul. Everyone carries a Shadow, and the less it is embodied in the individual's conscious life, the blacker and denser it is. When an inner situation is not made conscious, it appears outside as fate. ~ Carl G. Jung - At every turn, the synthetic culture of Empire implores us to throw our hearts and minds into unconscious polarization.
Collective Evolution
3 days
In fact, that frequency is all they are after for it strengthens your slavery and sustains them, no matter what puppet they put in place for you to identify with or project anger on. It's the old game of divide and conquer...and the Matrix has you. Everything that irritates us about others can lead us to an understanding of ourselves. There is no coming to consciousness without pain. People will do anything, no matter how absurd, in order to avoid facing their own Soul. Everyone carries a Shadow, and the less it is embodied in the individual's conscious life, the blacker and denser it is. When an inner situation is not made conscious, it appears outside as fate. ~ Carl G. Jung - At every turn, the synthetic culture of Empire implores us to throw our hearts and minds into unconscious polarization.
The Huffington Post
9 days
What is a disc herniation? The intervertebral disc is an elastic soft cushion that is between the vertebrae of the spine (Figure 9). It connects the vertebrae together, gives stability to the spine, and allows the spine to move. The intervertebral disc has two parts; the annulus fibrosus (tough fibrous outer layer) and the nucleus pulposus (soft gel-like inner layer) (Figure 10). If the soft gel-like inner material leaks out or herniates through a tear in the fibrous outer layer, it becomes a disc herniation. A tear of the disc may allow the gel-like material in the center of the disc to protrude and leak out, causing a herniation of the disc, which presses into the nerve root as it exits the spine. This irritates the close by nerve root, causing sciatica. Sciatica is one of the most common symptoms of lumbar disc herniation. Treatment Treatment will initially include anti-inflammatory medication, muscle relaxation and physical therapy.
Politico
a month
Donald Trump and his doctor claim he’s 6-foot-3, but his New York driver’s license says he’s actually an inch shorter. A copy of Trump’s license, obtained by POLITICO through an open-records request, lists the president-elect at 6-foot-2. It may just be an inch, but size apparently matters to Trump. A letter that the businessman candidate displayed this summer from his longtime gastroenterologist — while appearing on the Dr. Oz show — stated he was 6-foot-3, though media reports were quick to point out discrepancies. Slate, for example, posited that Trump was adding an inch to his height to avoid crossing into obesity territory — he also weighed 236 pounds — on the BMI index. That Slate article pointed to multiple media that pegged Trump as 6-foot-2, including Google, though the search engine now has Trump at 6-foot-3. A special edition of Time published earlier this year profiling Trump also listed him at 6-foot-3 while noting “it irritates him that so many media outlets say 6-foot-2.
Washington Free Beacon
a month
In the Eucharist, Christ’s body is the bread, “broken” for us, and the wine is his blood, “shed for the remission of sins.” In The Hurdy-Gurdy , however, it is the peasants who must suffer, who must be broken, for the benefit of those who are supposedly saving them. Fourteen Little Red Huts follows Johann-Friedrich Bos, a one-hundred-year-old “world-renowned scholar” and “chairman of the League of Nations Commission for the Resolution of the Riddle of the World Economy,” who is visiting the Soviet Union to see the successes of the “second Five-Year Plan” and tell the world of socialism’s superiority. Bos is based on Shaw, who turned 75 during his visit to the Soviet Union in 1931. Bos, like Shaw, only wants to see the good in socialism. “Where can I see socialism,” he asks almost immediately as he steps off the train. “Show it to me at once. Capitalism irritates me.
Washington Free Beacon
a month
In the Eucharist, Christ’s body is the bread, “broken” for us, and the wine is his blood, “shed for the remission of sins.” In The Hurdy-Gurdy , however, it is the peasants who must suffer, who must be broken, for the benefit of those who are supposedly saving them. Fourteen Little Red Huts follows Johann-Friedrich Bos, a one-hundred-year-old “world-renowned scholar” and “chairman of the League of Nations Commission for the Resolution of the Riddle of the World Economy,” who is visiting the Soviet Union to see the successes of the “second Five-Year Plan” and tell the world of socialism’s superiority. Bos is based on Shaw, who turned 75 during his visit to the Soviet Union in 1931. Bos, like Shaw, only wants to see the good in socialism. “Where can I see socialism,” he asks almost immediately as he steps off the train. “Show it to me at once. Capitalism irritates me.
The Sun Daily
a month
"It is getting colder every day," says Afridi who comes from Pakistan's tribal areas bordering Afghanistan. The acrid air inside the warehouse irritates eyes and throat. For heat, the migrants burn whatever they can find. The lucky ones put carpets on the glacial concrete, while others use cardboard. Those who get up from their blankets, tired-looking, try to warm up with a hot tea and eat some bread. Those first up head towards two fuming barrels filled with heated water to wash up. €7,000 journey The young men, some of whom are still teenagers, refuse to go to one of the 13 official reception centres which accommodate some 5,300 people, according to the Serbian refugee agency. Serbia lies on the so-called Balkan route that has been taken by hundreds of thousands of migrants from the Middle East, Asia and Africa since 2015. The route was effectively shut down in March, but migrants have continued to cross the region in smaller numbers, often brought there by traffickers.
BBC News 24
2 months
Speaking about two minds now, Boris Johnson and diplomats say Boris Johnson was misquoted over migration, after being Quakers quite a lot last week as saying that he is in favour of free movement. But that was his position, was it not, when he was London mayor? He has had so many different positions that frankly I struggle to keep up with it. This stems from the fact that he met, and this irritates me as well, 27 other member states, and there are 28 member states in total, and it was reported that he made movements towards public movement and it has been strenuously denied today.
Sky News
2 months
A freelancer from another party who could not get himself elected. Tom Slater, do you agree that Nigel Farage's is limited? I think it is and I think it is a case of opportunism, him trying to build his profile and stick the knife to the government at the same time. What really irritates me is that Nigel Farage in certain sections of Ukip are colluding in the idea that Trump is the same as Brexit.
TIME - Top Stories
2 months
Everybody coughsit's the number one illness-related reason people go to the doctor, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Most cases of cough are temporary, says Peter Dicpinigaitis, MD, director of the Montefiore Cough Center and professor of clinical medicine at Albert Einstein College of Medicine in New York City. But even a short-term cough can be a sign of a bigger health issue that needs to be addressed by a doctor. Here's how to narrow down the possible culpritsfrom asthma to pneumonia to whooping coughso you can get better, fast. A cold virus A cough you've had for three weeks or less is most likely due to the common cold . Unfortunately, this coughwhich is mainly a dry cough, with some clear mucuscan persist for a month or more after the rest of your symptoms are gone. The virus irritates nerve endings in your air passages, and they can stay sensitive for quite some time, says Dr.
BBC News 24
2 months
Clearly there is something in the trade deals the US has with the outside world that irritates him and irritates millions of workers who voted for him. Let's look at some of the problems he highlighted. He said a third of US manufacturing jobs have been lost since 1994.
Design Sponge
2 months
Our absolute favorite thing about EBTH is every piece starts at $1. None of this outrageous starting pricing like some high-end sites. It irritates me when I see a wonderful vintage piece only to find out it is already overpriced and the shipping cost makes it overpriced by 300%. Now to the fun-for-you part! Were giving away a $500 gift card to EBTH. Here’s how you enter to win: Go to EBTH and have a look around. Pick at least one favorite piece that you’d use your gift to buy. Share it in the comments below. I’ll see you back here next week with some of our favorite vintage jewelry and clothing! Images above (clockwise): 1. Botanical Print | 2. Fabric Collage | 3. Mid Century Wood Sculpture | 4. Framed Butterfly Collection
BBC News 24
2 months
In his first speech yesterday, Donald Trump said America would have some special relationships with other countries, but clearly there is something in the trade deals United States has with the outside world that irritates him and millions of workers who voted for him.
BBC News 24
2 months
But what could it mean for Britain in a post-Brexit world? In his first speech yesterday, Donald Trump said America would have some special relationships with other countries, but clearly there is something in the trade deals United States has with the outside world that irritates him and millions of workers who voted for him. Let's look at some of the problems he highlighted. He said a third of US manufacturing jobs had been lost since 1994, since the US signed a trade deal with Canada and Mexico known as NAFTA.
Daily Express - Football
2 months
TIME - Top Stories
2 months
Evolution believes that reality is way more interesting than anything they could orchestrate. They dont want producers going in and trying to manipulate. Yes, they go up and say, Tell us whats on your mind. You might think that [someone] is a silly tart and shes late all the time and it irritates the hell out of you. In reality, you might not say anything. In a reality show , it's a prerequisite to say whats on your mind. When you say, Oh, it was the editinguntil now, Ive said no. But if I get a bad edit now, then fk you, Evolutionit was the editing! Do you think Vanderpump Rules will have a similar longevity to Housewives? Weve seen a couple come out of itStassi and Kristen. Then new characters like James and Lala come in. Next youll see Arianas brother.
OK!
2 months
The Walking Dead Season 7: Viewers were left irritated by episode 3 as Daryl Dixon was tortured by Negan [AMC/Fox] SPOILER ALERT: Daryl was kidnapped by the group in episode 1 of the new series after he and Rick Grimes attacked them. In the shocking first episode of the series, Glenn Rhee and Abraham Ford were killed off by Negan in a brutal double murder that left fans heartbroken. Daryl was blamed for Glenn’s death after he went for Negan, causing him to kill another of the group ...
Techradar - Reviews
3 months
And it's a design that remains relevant through the iPhone 6S. The battery life upgrade is a real plus too. Yes, it falls a little under hard use, not to mention after more than a year of working, but the main problem with the 5S was the fact the phone would be useless by the end of the working day even when not put under a lot of strain; that problem seems to have been resolved. The camera quietly impresses, and the new modes are helpful at times, if not always useful. While it irritates that there's no 16:9 mode for snapping, the results are still almost always something I'd want to share. We disliked The iPhone 6 is still a sensational handset, but not flawless. There are two issues that have to be raised. The first is the screen. It's a tricky one, as it could sound like I'm being rather hypocritical given my point about not basing a feeling about a phone on a spec sheet.
EDIS Emergency & Disaster Alert
3 months
300 pupils from the Leonard Connor School were evacuated on Monday morning because of a substance suspected to be sulphur dioxide in the air at the school. One teacher fainted and was unable to go to the St. Maarten Medical Center (SMMC) because there was only one ambulance in service busy with another emergency. Sulphur dioxide is a toxic gas with a pungent, irritating smell. It also affects human health when it is breathed in. It irritates the nose, throat, and airways to cause coughing, wheezing, shortness of breath, or a tight feeling around the chest. Parent Teacher Foundation President ...
The Huffington Post
3 months
As in any walk of life, among travelers, there are good guys and bad guys. Naturally, you and I fall squarely in the good-guy category; here, we're all above average. Still, it's worth considering what makes a bad actor, travel-wise, and reality-checking our own habits. You know, just in case. As comprehensive a list of objectionable travel behaviors as you'll find anywhere was just published by Business Insider , reflecting interviews with more than 60 working flight attendants. Of course, the fact that something rankles a flight attendant doesn't make it wrong. But flight attendants have a heightened sense of onboard propriety, and if something irritates them, it probably has a similar effect on others. And really, it's always a good idea to avoid biting the hand that feeds you. RELATED: 8 Tips for Healthy Living on the Road So, what do flight attendants find most annoying about their charges? In no particular order: Hogging the overhead bins Not saying "hello" to the crew when boarding Giving the attendant trash while they're serving meals Putting their feet on walls or other passengers' seats Asking What do you have?" (There's a menu) Ignoring the safety announcement Not specifying how you take your coffee Not taking responsibility for your belongings Occupying the lav when the plane has begun its descent Wearing headphones when speaking to the attendant Ringing the call button unnecessarily Poking attendants to get their attention Going to the lav when the seatbelt sign is on Overreacting when a meal choice is unavailable Acting entitled Going barefoot (especially when visiting the lav) Asking to borrow the attendant's pen Snapping your fingers to get attention Using the galley area to stretch Blaming attendants for mishaps beyond their control Expecting attendants to be as informed as the captain Comparing the list of gripes to my normal travel habits, I came away with a clean bill of behavior.
OK!
3 months
The X Factor star, who was speaking to hosts Rylan Clark Neal and Dan Neal live from the show's studio, appeared to use one certain word quite A LOT. As the interview took place and the contender spoke about a range of subjects including how she was dealing with the negative criticism, viewers picked up on the fact that the star kept on saying "you know." "How many times is Honey G going to say "you know" on #ThisMorning?," questioned one fan. While another added: ...
Sky News
3 months
That irritates the lungs and can cause asthma, and is produced by cars. What can you say about the overall UK picture? Look at the map and you will see there's only a few areas in green, that is good air quality.