I was diagnosed with type 2 diabetes over 15 years ago. I weighed over 200 pounds at the time of diagnosis. My form of exercise is walking since I don drive. “That’s the difference in the kids today and the mentality of Connors and McEnroe and Navratilova and Evert,” Feinstein says. “When they came up, they were taught that what you’re in the game for is to win Grand Slams. Now these kids are taught that what you’re in the game for is to get contracts.
They didnt slide on my head as easily like the pairs Ive tried on in stores. They also looked a tad different on my face. After doing some digging I discovered mine were fake. Nowadays, the fashion of hats is no more what it used to be, and most of the know how has disappeared from France. In the 1950s, all men and women were wearing hats, and it is not the case anymore. If you have a look in the Streets of Paris or New York, you will see very few people with a hat on the head.
Michelle Langstone, NZ HeraldYou standing there, politeness personified, with your weary traveller feet tucked neatly behind the marked line, and people strangers just wander directly into the space in front of you, a space that can be more than half a metre, and stay there. Jammed in there, slavering for their bags, they look like hyenas waiting to pounce on a wounded animal, and the bags haven even been loaded on the carousel yet. THERE ARE NO BAGS, MATE..
So, this just makes me wonder if I understand this right: If the expansion is accelerating, then in the past it must have been slower, so if we look at very distant galaxies, for instance at a distance of 10 billion light years away, we should see them flying away from each other more slowly than objects that are closer by. We see very distant objects in the state they were when light left hem, so very long ago, when expansion was said to be slower than today, right? I know the balloon analogy so I understand that their speed flying away from us will be higher, the farther the objects are, but you are talking about the acceleration, so that would mean not the speed but the the rate of CHANGE in speed over time, on top of the balloon effect. So is it like a balloon where you inflate air into, at constantly increasing rates? Like today 1 liter/hour, tomorrow 2 liters/hour and so on?.
I am Tink, I 30, she/her. This is a Supernatural blog, Destiel and lots of general Supernatural meta and discussions. I also enjoy speculating. Last week my sister and I were planning a tip of the cap to my mother Buffalo, NY, roots an evening of pizza and Buffalo wings. Of course there no beatingBocce Club Pizza, but I didn have time to have one shipped cross country (they deliver NATIONWIDE best news ever). So, I thought parsimoniously, why not saut up those beet greens with a little olive oil and garlic to throw on a pie?.