The latest revival of Family Feud comes on the Game Show Network (GSN). (The first episode aired in 1976). Steve Harvey is the host and he does a pretty good job. On Family Feud, two families consisting of five members compete against each other by answering popular survey questions.
Today I paid my cell phone bill (45,99$), bought a few things at the biggest Jean Coutu in Rimouski (pack of 4 razors at 5,99$ + vitamins at 13,99$ + round tampons for the face at 3,99$ + an hand soap refill at 2,50$ - total of 30,45$), waxing (arms + half legs + underarms - 49,44$) and gave my part of the satellite bill (100$).
What created the strange spiral structure on the upper left? No one is sure, although it is likely related to a star in a binary star system entering the planetary nebula phase, when its outer atmosphere is ejected. The huge spiral spans about a third of a light year across. The star system that created it is most commonly known as LL Pegasi. The unusual structure itself has been cataloged as IRAS 23166+1655. The featured image was taken in near-infrared light by the Hubble Space Telescope. Why the spiral glows is itself a mystery, with a leading hypothesis being illumination by light reflected from nearby stars.
Image Credit: NASA, ESA, Hubble, HLA; Processing & Copyright: Domingo Pestana & Raul Villaverde Text: Robert Nemiroff (MTU) & Jerry Bonnell (UMCP)
If you were one of the hundreds of loyal readers who read this muffin recipe and said, "WHAAAAT?? This is messed up!" You were right. There was a glitch when I was publishing it, and sadly, I did not catch it. For several measurements, there was just a question mark. I have fixed it, and the recipe works now!
I apologize for the inconvenience, and I will strive to do better. I went back and evaluated the group of articles that I posted yesterday, and yeppers, they all had problems in the translation from my text to the published text. I fixed those rascally question marks! If you find one that I missed, please let me know!!
Power your family's brains with these nutritious and delicious blueberry muffins. They are great nutrition to support good brain functioning that can help to improve the negative symptoms of ADD. Brain healthy foods can be tasty. Try these easy-to-make blueberry muffins.
Rob Reiner directs and stars in "Shock and Awe", a drama about the only journalists who didn't buy the story that Saddam Hussein possessed weapons of mass destruction. The tagline for the film is "The Truth Matters". "Shock and Awe" also stars Tommy Lee Jones, Woody Harrelson, James Marsen, and Jessica Biel. It opens in theaters and VOD on July 13th. Shock and Awe Trailer
Whether designing for chic and feminine, artsy, beachy, bohemian, eclectic or simply good vibes, a few fabric remnants and a little sewing time can change a utilitarian dorm room into a student's relaxing happy place during the upcoming semesters.
The French biopic "Gauguin: Voyage to Tahiti" is playing in US theaters beginning today. Vincent Cassel, a French actor who also appears in English-language pics such as "Black Swan" and "Eastern Promises", plays the disaffected painter who travels to Tahiti in search of new inspiration. Gauguin: Voyage to Tahiti Official Trailer
As a Christian, you die to self. You become selfless. You surrender every part of self to your Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ. He begins a good work in you. Every good and perfect gift comes from the Lord.
It was studying variable stars in the Small Magellanic Cloud that lead to Leavitt's law. She discovered that the time of the variability (period) and the brightness (luminosity) were related. Since all the stars were at about the same distance from Earth, this relationship must be something intrinsic to the stars.
CosmicPursuits gives the lowdown on the sky in July:
It’s another excellent month to feast your eyes on planets. Mercury, Venus, Mars, Jupiter, and Saturn are all easily visible in the night sky with the unaided eye. And while Jupiter and Saturn remain large and bright and beautiful in a telescope, Mars is the main event this month as the planet makes its closest approach to Earth in 15 years. The planet will be a sight to behold without optics as it hovers fat and bright in the southeastern sky an hour or two after sunset, and it will be absolutely beautiful in a telescope. Half the world will also see a long and deep lunar eclipse, and a modest meteor shower arrives near the end of July.
12 July. Mercury reaches greatest eastern elongation, its largest angular distance from the Sun. The planet will now begin to move quickly each day back toward the western horizon. It will reappear in the morning sky later in August.
13 July. New Moon, 02:48 UT
15 July. Another lovely view: look for Venus, a waxing crescent Moon, and the star Regulus in the western sky after sunset. All lie within about 5º of each other.
19 July. First Quarter Moon, 19:52 UT.
20 July. The gibbous Moon forms a triangle with brilliant Jupiter and the 2nd magnitude star Alpha Librae (also called Zubenelgenubi).
24 July. The Moon makes its way along the ecliptic and checks in with the planet Saturn in the constellation Sagittarius. Saturn reached opposition in late June and continues to put on its best show of the year. The planet is located above the Teapot of Sagittarius in the southeastern sky after sunset and remains visible all night long.
27 July. Mars reaches opposition, rising in the east as the Sun sets in the west. Oppositions of Mars only happen every two years and two months, and this apparition is the best since 2003. Mars makes its closest approach to Earth on July 30-31. You can’t miss it. Look to the constellation Capricorn in the southeast (or east in the southern hemisphere), just east of Sagittarius after sunset. You will see a blazing bright planet shining with a steady ochre glow. If you have a telescope, make the effort to observe Mars. You’ll get the best view when the planet is furthest above the horizon a couple of hours after midnight this month. It rises a little earlier each night. Go have a look. Mars won’t be this close again until 2050.
27 July. Full Moon, 20:20 UT
27-28 July. Observers in Europe, Africa, Asia, and Australia will enjoy a total lunar eclipse. In Europe, the partial phase of the eclipse gets underway as the Moon rises on the night of the 27th. In Australia, the Moon sets on the morning of the 28th as the eclipse is in progress. This will be a long eclipse with a total of 1 hour and 43 minutes of totality. Mars, which reaches opposition tonight and shines at a brilliant magnitude -2.8, lies just 5-6º away from the Moon during the eclipse. Alas, observers in North America will miss this event. But we still have Mars!
28 July. The Southern Delta Aquarid meteor shower peaks. Look for 15-20 meteors per hour, with a path that traces back to the radiant in the constellation Aquarius. This somewhat weak shower favors southern-hemisphere observers. The best view is after midnight, and you can see these meteors anywhere in the sky.
Are you looking for a natural way to care for your hair? Tea tree essential oil is so versatile, it has many uses in the house and at home. It is also one of the best natural oils for your hair. This article showcases how it can be used for natural haircare.
I've heard you can do it in bed, in the park, at the lake and some say the plane. Oh and yes, right in front of everyone. Believe it or not if you do it enough you can win a prize. Check out the activity you can do almost anywhere and anytime.