Ayurveda Guidelines for Summer
I’ve written a lot on this blog about my YogiDetox experiences. Cate Stillman, who’s led these is…
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This rekkid is not available on CD, only on cassette. I have it on vinyl. I need it on my iPod.
I just unlocked the 2013 Stanley Cup Final sticker on GetGlue
Don’t miss a moment of the 2013 Stanley Cup Final. Keep watching and checking-in as teams battle for the right to hoist the Cup. Share this sticker proudly, it’s from our friends at the NHL ®. NHL and the NHL Shield are registered trademarks and NHL GameCenter™ is a trademark of the National Hockey League. © NHL 2013. All Rights Reserved. Share this one proudly. It’s from our friends at NHL.
I’m watching Boston Bruins at Chicago Blackhawks
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An unusually wet spring has swollen the Danube, the Elbe and several of their tributaries across Austria, the Czech Republic, Germany and Hungary, forcing the evacuation of tens of thousands of people, disrupting rail and road traffic, and causing damage that some preliminary estimates have put at several billion dollars. The authorities in Budapest declared a state of emergency last week, anticipating that the Danube would crest at record levels in the north of the country. A proposal to extend the state of emergency was to be submitted to Parliament on Monday. The Danube peaked at 8.91 meters, or about 29 feet, Sunday night. That exceeded the record of 8.6 meters, set in 2006, but remained below the 9.3-meter flood walls protecting central Budapest…. In Germany, a dike on the Elbe River burst overnight Sunday, flooding the village of Fischbeck and forcing 1,200 people to flee their homes. In the eastern German city of Magdeburg, the Elbe had begun to recede early Monday, after reaching a record 7.46 meters the previous day. The rising waters severed rail traffic from Berlin to many areas in western Germany, forcing trains to be diverted along many key routes as the mass of water surged north. — Danube Crests Near Record Level in Budapest - NYTimes.com (via dendroica)
Because in reality, this case does not have anything to do with who Bradley Manning is, or even, really, what his motives were. This case is entirely about the “classified” materials Manning had access to, and whether or not they contained widespread evidence of war crimes. This whole thing, this trial, it all comes down to one simple equation. If you can be punished for making public a crime, then the government doing the punishing is itself criminal. Manning, by whatever means, stumbled into a massive archive of evidence of state-sponsored murder and torture, and for whatever reason, he released it. The debate we should be having is over whether as a people we approve of the acts he uncovered that were being done in our names. — Matt Taibbi (via azspot)
The crab catchers.