I love long distance cycling because it’s a leisurely, gentle, human powered way to appreciate the landscape. It makes a person feel completely alive. Moreover, it transforms that post ride meal whatever is on your plate into a glorious recharge for the body.
For the should been pen. The Stones rugby tackle on the edge of the box. The Gundogan slide tackle from behind. “We have a predator that came from the depths of the cosmos and took over the rule of our lives. Human beings are its prisoners. The predator is our lord and master.
Ive always suspected it cuz she does stuff like the gif all the time with hot female celebs (Do you have any more btw?) She even joked about leaving behind her husband and kids and marrying Madonna. I suspect theres some truth to the “joke”. But recently she was on her friend Andy Cohens show and they played a game where they wrote on a card what each other was into and Andy said Kelly was into threesomes.
From my experience, things from BR Factory are noticeably lower in quality compared to BR Mainline. This is true of many things I looked at, from the chinos, to the shoes, to the suits, etc. While the prices/sales at BRF make some clothes a little cheaper than clothes from BR mainline (for a comparable sale), it not worth the savings in my opinion..
Virtual reality headsets, like the Oculus Rift, create escapes. Put one on, and you suddenly swimming with dolphins or fighting in the Battle of Waterloo. Microsoft HoloLens, by contrast, augments reality holograms and data onto existing surroundings, so you not to the virtual world, as designer Alex Kipman puts it.
Having brought back Colonel Sanders to KFC’s marketing in 2015, Wieden Kennedy in 2017 took the campaign even further. Efforts included featuring the Colonel as a Fabio like hero of a steamy romance novella for Mother’s Day, and making him a playable character in a WWE video game. Meanwhile, a creepy version of the Colonel appeared in a VR Escape Room challenge for staff training to fry chicken.
Item Type:ArticleItem Status:Live ArchiveAbstractThis paper analyses a rediscovered diary by James Petiver, recording a journey he made in 1691. During his two month trip, Petiver left his home in Kendal, travelled to Yorkshire, and subsequently visited Oxford, Essex, and London to botanize and to view scientific collections. Petiver’s diary represents a nascent early modern form of scientific peregrination ‘science on the move’ that was prevalent in England from 1650 to 1750.