Be honest about your feelings. Do you actually love her or is this lust or infatuation? Could you stand losing her friendship? Do not be friends with her in hopes that you can change her mind about you. This is unfair to her as friendships should be based on trust and respect. If you truly love her, you will be a good friend first and foremost. Analyzing your own feelings can be difficult but there are a few scientifically proven signals that may indicate whether youБre in love. Do you exhibit any of these feelings? If you believe that she is unique, it may be because your brain has elevated levels of focus and attention. If you think that she is perfect and only focus on her positive qualities, it may be because your memory has increased to accommodate your new feelings of love. ...
WDCS is concerned about the future for these Bolivian river dolphins (also known locally as bufeo) and is actively working with local partners to improveВ protection and conservation in Bolivia. This new legislation bans fishermen from catching the freshwater dolphins and also declares the species a national treasure. The Bolivian armed forces have been called on to protect the habitats of the pink dolphins which is threatened by over fishing, pollution from mercury used in illegal gold mining, and erosion in the Amazon. A feature of this primitive looking dolphin are the 'chubby cheeks' which it is believed may obstruct its downward vision and may be the reason they are often seen swimming upside down. Amazon pink river dolphins are slow swimmers and generally seen alone or in pairs,
I think the questioner is mixing up the two meanings of the word conductor, i. e. , electric conductor vs. heat conductor. Al is an electric conductor, in fact, some wires are made of Al. Its non-conductivity of heat, i. e. , its insulation is due to two reasons: One is, as Mike W. said, the tight wrapping of Al around the food stops convective heat transfer, i. e. , it stops the flow of hot air from inside the foil to outside. ...
Why should we respect our elders? In an orderly community, elderly people are entitled to great respect at the hands of the younger generation. We receive many benefits from our elders. PBesides specific acts of kindness done individually, our elders are, as it were, the custodians of the honor and well-being of the community in general. We always have to look to those older than ourselves, and therefore in experience, for information concerning the traditions, customs, in fact, all matters affecting the common weal. We constantly seek advice also from elders with regard to personal affairs. Their wider experience of life qualifies them to give counsel. A young man or woman, however clever and well up in book learning, has still a great deal to learn of the world from others. Life is in
Is Alcohol a Drug? In this short drug education video, Bobby Wiggins, Drug Prevention Specialist, answers this question. The drug information section of our website also contains a lot more about alcohol. Welcome back to our series, the Б10 Things Your Friends May Not Know About DrugsБ. Alcohol is not a drug. True or false? False. As a matter of fact alcohol is probably the most widely used drug in America. An interesting statistic, not to bore you with statistics, but an interesting statistic, 55% of the inmates that are in prison in the United States, over half are there because of some alcohol related crime. So alcohol is a very, very popular drug. I want to use our line that I showed you in the last presentation to illustrate how alcohol actually works on the body. Once again, as I
Dec. 2, 2008 -- Fast food lives up to its name in a new study of people who frequently eat at fast-food restaurants. Nearly 600 adults and in the Minneapolis-St. Paul area were interviewed for the study in 2005-2006. Most reported eating fast food at least three times per week. After tucking into a meal at a fast-food restaurant, participants rated how strongly they agreed or disagreed with 11 statements about why they like fast food. Here are their top reasons for eating fast-food meals, according to the percentages of people who agreed with each statement: They're quick: 92. 3% They're easy to get to: 80. 1% I like the taste of fast food: 69. 2% They're inexpensive: 63. 6% I'm too busy to cook: 53. 2% It's a "treat" for myself: 50. 1% I don't like to prepare foods myself: 44. 3% My
You may have noticed the president's tweet calling for a rule change in the Senate -- make it 51 votes instead of 60, he opined over Twitter Tuesday, hours after the GOP-controlled Senate's second attempt at passing its health care bill fell apart. And, you might wonder why there's a 60-vote rule in the Senate, when it just takes a straight majority in the House to pass a bill. The answer is that that's what the Founders intended. The Senate was designed to be the "cooling saucer," where the two parties were forced to work together. That 60-vote threshold ensures that in order to pass legislation, the majority party needs to get some buy-in from the minority. However, that has been eroding. Back in 2013, Democrats, who at the time controlled the Senate, were so frustrated by the slow pace
Throughout your pregnancy, the umbilical cord has functioned as the connection between your baby and the placenta. It has brought important nutrients and blood to your baby. During the late stages of your pregnancy, the cord has been passing on antibodies as well, benefiting your babys immune system. Technically, once your baby is birthed, the umbilical cord will no longer be necessary but it is highly advised to wait at least 1 minute before clamping it. When will the umbilical cord be cut? In most cases, the umbilical cord will be cut following birth; however, it does not necessarily have to be cut immediately. According to a review by The Cochrane Library, it is possible that keeping your baby connected to their umbilical cord for a period longer than one minute may result in specific
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The Times-Picayune is marking the tricentennial of New Orleans with its ongoing 300 for 300 project, running through 2018 and highlighting the moments and people that connect and inspire us. Today, the series continues with the adoption by the New Orleans Saints fan base of the "Who Dat" chant. THEN : It was fall 1983, and as part of a prep sports preview package for WVUE-TV, sports anchor Ken Berthelot and photographer Avis Landry captured video of the St. Augustine High School Purple Knights football team engaging in a daily pre-practice chant. Meant to psych the team up, it went, "Who dat?! Who dat?! Who dat talk about beatin' St. Aug? " When WVUE sports director Ron Swoboda saw it, he knew they had something special. "I thought, 'I love this cheer. We've got to play this a few times