I’m not certain that equating GE’s equipment/software with humanity-enslaving code-based villains constitutes a good ‘branding image’
I AM A PRINCESS AND THIS IS MY TIARA
Yesterday I got a message from my son that said, “I love you mom. Thank you for spending time trying to be the best mom to Cody and me. You are the best we could ever ask for”
That made me really think about what true love is. I love my kids and parents without even thinking about it. It’s just there. And they feel the same about me. I think that is what true love is, for me at least. I thought that I had found true love before in another person, but I don’t see how a true love can be turned on and off, especially so easily even when you make a dreadful mistake.
I have hurt my parents and sons before and they have hurt me, but we forgave each other and worked through it because that is what happens when you have people who you truly love. Forgivness is part of true love and of families. If I end up without someone to share my life with I think it will be OK because I will always have the undying love of my family and I love them.
The Flyboard from Zapata Racing is basically a water powered jetpack similar to this one that this guy used to almost eat a dock, except for your feet. So, in summary, exact same thing but strapped to your feet. I guess it’s all a mat…
My son Cody would LOVE this!
Meet Kim Shee-Yoon. You can call her Eve, as that’s what she’s called in game. She’s been playing StarCraft since grade school (Terran, if you’re interested). She’ll be turning twenty-two this year. As of last month, she holds the distinction of being the first woman to join a pro StarCraft 2 team. Naturally, this news was greeted with cheers, accolades, and parades in her honor. And by that, I of course mean a massive facepalming dramafest like only the internet can provide.
The man above is Paul Jacob French, a native Australian who has committed himself to walking across his home continent in the name of charity. Namely, the Starlight Children’s Foundation, which aims to make the lives of ill children and their families more manageable and uplifting. His Gump-like journey will take him from Perth to Sydney, a total of 5,000 km or over 3,100 miles. After the jump, more on his mission and a couple more silly pictures.
It seems too pretty to drink… (Taken with Instagram at Bayswater)