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Interpreting AQ Score: Aspergers Test Quiz Results …
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Several contemporary feminists have followed the Wife's example, challenging male monopolisation of sexual discourse and seeking specifically to reappropriate the word 'cunt' itself, "reinvesting [it] with a more positive meaning" (Deborah Cameron, 1985) to counteract its "anachronistic slur on female sexuality" (Joan Smith, 1998). For example, 'A CUNT IS A USEFUL THING' was used as a placard slogan at lesbian-rights marches. (In , a chapter from their 1996 book , Susie Bright and Jill Posener write that "Lesbians have actually made the world a safer place to say cunt".) 'Cunt positive' writer Jane Mills explains that she is keen to reclaim the word: "to use the word 'cunt' in a positive way, to say 'Right, this is a sexual organ, and we're proud of it', would be no bad thing" (Kerry Richardson, 1994). Whoopi Goldberg's character in also advocates reappropriation: "I have to hear you say it! Oh, come on. C-u-n-t, go on, please! Please! It'll free you!" (Herbert Ross, 1995). This encouragement prompts Mary-Louise Parker's character first to whisper "Cunt" and then to shout and sing it aloud.
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I've followed and written about Amos' albums ever since her Little Earthquakes debut, exploring and trying to decipher the lyrics and their meanings. However, as she herself furnished 1300 words to explain each track on her website, I'm not going to attempt to even try and précis that into a review.
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Ben Arthur - Edible Darling (Bardic)Not sure if he's named after the Scottish mountain they called The Cobbler, seeing as how he's from Virginia and all, but as newly emerging singer-songwriters go Arthur clearly worth scaling to get a view from the top. One of the first signings to the new label, his album's a blend of pop, country (Keep Me Around even has bluegrass banjo), wistful ballads, and FM rock with lyrics that are as darkly witty as they are thoughtful, the title track about a mate who rears pigs for food. It could probably do without the turntable scratchings on the opening Mary Anne, but behind the frills lies a solid collection of memorable melodies with a 60s heart and a propensity for nagging hooks, as much in tune with Lennon (Bloomed) as it is with the current wave of names like John Mayer. He can rock it up for a Stonesy strut on Sight of Your Tears, turn in a softly burred touch of the Paul Westerbergs with Broken-Hearted Smile or just shred you apart with the simple acoustics of Jesus, but whichever approach he chooses he's clearly a name to keep an eye on.Mike DaviesDave Arthur - Return Journey (WildGoose Studios)
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I am, and always have been, very clumsy and have terrible spatial awareness.
I have trouble sleeping – I cannot sleep unless it is silent and pitch black and even then I have trouble switching my brain off.
I do not speak in a monotone, however I have a posh voice for no apparent reason; I live near Liverpool, so nobody I know sounds like me. In addition, I cannot put on accents.
I dislike social situations with people my age and always feel awkward with social chitchat, struggling to maintain conversation
I speak very loudly – I have always attributed this to the fact that my brother used to be almost deaf, but it could be something more
I am very particular about a number of things including the light intensity in my bedroom whilst I am working and sleeping. Bizarrely, I cannot brush my teeth whilst others are in the room.
I am a terrible dancer to the extent that I refuse to do it in front of others.
I often act innapropriately and when i try to take part in friendly teasing I am accused of being offensive
I do not rock up and down, but I do tap my feet on the floor and bounce my legs involuntarily; apparently I am very distracting to sit behind in class or exams.
I have little interest in the things that preoccupy my friends
I do not have a special interest exactly – I show interest in pretty much everything and can act obseeively about these things. I do have a lifelong obsession and skill in History
I am of above average intelligence but maths is actually my worst subject
– having said that I would estimate that I am still in the top 15% of the population. My skill comes in analysis – I excel at History and Geography, and enjoy writing essays on these topics.
I am part of a large friendship group but am not close with anyone (I see them more as allies than as friends)
I often zone out during conversations, particularly if I am not interested
I am actually very disorganised and have awful handwriting.
When I was younger, I enjoyed playing with dolls and Lego, however my games usually revolved around revolutions, wars and natural disasters.
I did not have imaginary friends, but I had imaginary place such as the ‘ Warrington Car Shop’
I always insisted that games were realistic – they could have supernatural elements but only if they followed a set of rules
I often find myself wondering about the concepts of reality, existence and our perception of the universe as well as about human behaviours
I dislike people taking my things without permission – unfortunately due to my response, people occasionally do this on purpose.
I do not like talking about emotions with others, including my immediate family. I prefer to keep myself to myself, even if it is lonely.
I have a tendency to inadvertently embarrass myself. For example, I correctly answered all of the bonus questions on a history test despite having not revised. When an intelligent but lazy classmate accused me of lying, I responded that I was not; in fact I have a book on the subject. This was a source of much hilarity to the class.
I frequently bottle up my emotions and then have a meltdown
I struggle to remember verbal instructions and often fail to hear what is said to me; however I can hear small noises such as the hum of electrical appliances (caused by transformers). I suppose it could be described as selective hearing.
If I am reading, I am unlikely to notice you, even if you are shouting at me.
It also struggle with art, music and technology.
I am not asexual, but have been asked if I am – the truth is I simply do not like to discuss it.
Music in Film - The Canadian Encyclopedia
I am really, really bad at recognising people’s faces. I think I am just developed in a way that my ability recognising human faces is far below average. The problem gets worse when I met large group of people who I did not know such as reception day before starting university, where I met fellow freshers and have to socialise and get to know some of them. I simply cannot match their faces with their names and I always had to pretend that I recognise them when we met in uni in other occasions.