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OLDER FILMS THAT ARE ACTUALLY STILL GOOD TODAY

The Greasers from Francis Ford Coppola's "The Outsiders ...THE OUTSIDERS-1983

ClUELESS- 1995

 

Matilda- 1996

HOME ALONE- 1990

THE CHEETAH GIRLS-2004

   MEAN GIRLS-2004

JAWS 2- 1978

9 MONTHS- 1995

GUESS WHO- 2004

MRS. DOUBTFIRE- 1993

 

MADE IN AMERICA- 1993

SMALLVILLE- 2001- 2011

SLITHER- 2006

HOPE FLOATS- 1998

DREAM GIRLS- 2006

 

WITHIN- 2016

THE SECRET GARDEN- 1993

A CHARLIE BROWN CHRISTMAS- 1965

Annie | Disney MoviesANNIE- 1982

 

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Prom Get Ready Checklist

  • Starbucks
  • Shower
  • Dress
  • Shoes
  • Purse/Essentials:
  • Gum
  • Perfume
  • Phone
  • lip balm/ lip gloss
  • Charger
  • Text all your friends about Your ride to prom
  • Lotion
  •  Makeup(If You Wear It)
  • Quick look in the mirror
  • Post on Social Media
  • Adjust your  outfit 1,000 times before actually going out. 

 

Twilight Saga – Then and Now

Why couldn’t Stephenie Meyer write more books, so that there would be more movies?! As a matter of fact, why couldn’t they just make a movie based off of Edward’s point of view? Even if they did, they couldn’t use the same actors and actresses for the roles. We all know, it wouldn’t be the same. Speaking of the actors and actresses, why don’t we see how MUCH they’ve changed. You know, it has been a while since the last movie.

Kristen Stewart- Isabella Swan

Then

Cannes 2018: Kristen Stewart, Ava DuVernay to join festival juryNow

 

Robert Pattinson- Edward Cullen

Then

Now- 

 

 

Taylor Lautner- Jacob Black

Then

 

Now

 

Peter Facinelli- Carlisle Cullen

Dr. Carlisle - Carlisle Cullen Photo (7400909) - FanpopThen

Now- 

 

 

 

Billy Burke- Charlie Swan

Then

 

 

 

Now-

 

Nikki  Reed- Rosalie Hale

Rosalie - Rosalie Hale Photo (3062236) - FanpopThen

Now- 

 

Ashley Greene- Alice Cullen

Then

Now

 

Mackenzie Foy- Renesmee Cullen

Then

Now

Elizabeth Reaser- Esme Cullen

Then

Now

 

Jackson Rathbone- Jasper Hale

Jasper Hale images I Love Jasper HD wallpaper and ...Then

Now

 

 

Kellan Lutz- Emmett Cullen

Then

Now

 

 

Sarah Clarke-

Then

Now

Changed a lot haven’t they? Which character is your favorite?

The Day I Spoke To Jesus

I  remember when I was in the 3rd grade, an AAP class, and every student was working on their worksheets. I was doing mine too. We were about 15 minutes into the class  period. I then heard a whisper. “Damarea. Damarea.”  The voice called. I looked around, thinking a student or the teacher had called me. Yet, all of the students and the teacher were doing their own thing. I looked down again focusing on my work. “Damarea. Damarea.” The voice called again.

I then remembered what I had  learned in church that day, when God was calling Samuel. By then, the voice was quiet. “Damarea, Damarea.” The voice called. I looked up and replied….” Yes, Lord, your servant is listening.”

I never got a direct answer to the call. I guess, God calls us to push us back on track. Maybe, I was needed for a task by God. I’ve heard that back in the day,God used to talk to people directly. Now, I think that God talks to us, or calls us, but in a different indirect way. Maybe in dreams,or through other people.

Here is my advice to you: “When the Lord calls….Listen.”

News 4/14/2018;

What we know

Strikes in Syria: The US, UK and France launched coordinated strikes in Syria, hitting targets associated with the Syrian regime’s chemical weapons program.

See the many posts on CNNpolitics.com

Assad will see airstrikes as major victory

Analysis from CNN’s Frederik Pleitgen

The overnight airstrikes against Syrian targets by the US and its allies will be seen as a major victory for Syrian president Bashar Al Assad — and his military. The Syrian presidency posted a video on Twitter of Assad casually walking to work in the morning. Syria claims to have shot down many of the missiles that targeted Damascus and the alleged chemical storage facilities near Homs. Meanwhile, Russia appears to be taunting the US, saying the President Trump’s “smart” and shiny missiles were taken down by the Syrian military using weapons developed in the USSR in the 1970s. So far, these strikes do not appear to have depleted the conventional capabilities of the Syrian army.

Syria: Airstrikes “pose threat to international peace”

Syria’s Foreign Ministry said the joint US, UK and French airstrikes were a “flagrant violation of international law and the principals of UN charter,” according to the state-run Syrian Arab News Agency.

“Syria calls on the international community to strongly condemn this aggression, which will lead to nothing but the igniting of tensions around the world and pose a threat to international peace and security as a whole,” the Ministry said.

Putin calls for UN Security Council meeting on Syria airstrikes

Russia is calling for an immediate United Nations Security Council meeting to discuss the “aggressive actions” of the United States and its allies, Russia’s President Vladimir Putin said in a statement Saturday.

May defends refusal to allow vote on Syria strikes

Responding to a question about why she did not seek parliamentary approval before launching military strikes on Syria, flouting convention, British Prime Minister Theresa May reiterated that she felt the action was necessary.

She said the action was taken “in a timely fashion” in response to last weekend’s alleged chemical weapons attack.

“For operational security reasons, it was right we acted in the way we did,” May said.

May said she would make a statement to Parliament on Monday.

UK’s May: Strikes should deter those who would use “nerve agent on Britain’s streets”

British Prime Minister Theresa May said that the strikes against Syria were “absolutely in Britain’s national interest.”

She said the action was taken to reinforce international norms against the use of chemical weapons, adding that the use of a “nerve agent on Britain’s streets is part of a systematic pattern of disregarding these norms.”

The UK government has accused Moscow of being behind the poisoning of former Russian spy Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia with a nerve agent.

The Syria strikes send a “clear message to anyone else who thinks they can use chemical weapons with impunity,” May said.

                                                                                                             ———-CNN News.com

NCAA Approves 2018 Kickoff Rule Change; Impacts Fair Catches Within 25-Yard Line

A drastic change is coming to college football in 2018 as player safety continues to be a top priority.

According to Greg Johnson of NCAA.com, the NCAA Playing Rules Oversight Panel has approved a new rule that will allow players to call for a fair catch anywhere inside the 25-yard line on kickoffs and have it result in a touchback, with the football being placed at the 25-yard line.

Previously, touchbacks only occurred when the kickoff was fielded in the end zone.

This new rule will help prevent teams from trying to pin opponents deep in their own territory by skying the kickoff and not giving them much of a chance at a return. In the past, any fair catch in the field of play would result in the ball being placed at the spot where it was fielded.

TAMPA, FL - JANUARY 09:  Kicker Greg Huegel #92 of the Clemson Tigers kicks the ball off to start the 2017 College Football Playoff National Championship Game at Raymond James Stadium on January 9, 2017 in Tampa, Florida.  (Photo by Tom Pennington/Getty Images)

Increasing the ability to call for fair catches is the latest of several rule changes in recent years. Back in 2012, the NCAA moved kickoffs from the 30-yard line to the 35 and made it so the football would be placed at the 25-yard line, rather than at the 20, on touchbacks.

As much as a game can be changed on special teams, kickoffs are viewed as the most violent play in football. Eleven players from both sides start from opposite sides of the field and go head-to-head, frequently resulting in collisions.

The most notable injury on a kickoff happened to former Rutgers Scarlet Knight Eric LeGrand, who was paralyzed in a freak accident in 2010.

Rules have been tweaked in recent years to try to encourage touchbacks. And it’s not just college football that’s affected—the NFL has eliminated kickoffs from the Pro Bowl.

The new fair catch rule is the most drastic change that will go into effect next season, but it’s not the only one. Offensive players will not be allowed to block below the waist more than five yards beyond the line of scrimmage, nobody other than interior linemen will be allowed to block below the waist unless it’s from the front and a 10-second runoff will occur when instant replay overturns a call on the field inside of the final minute of a half on a play in which the clock would not have been stopped.

The full list of rule changes can be viewed on the NCAA’s official website

KARINA GARCIA GETS NEW HOUSE ON YOUTUBE

The Slime Queen Youtube star, Karina Garcia gets engaged! Then, with that she gets a new house! In 2018, she posts a YouTube video titled.

Sneak Peak of My New House( Not Clickbait)

Check Out Her Youtube channel

Good Reads For 2018

Coffee Shops Are Better Than Classrooms - Looking UpLooking Up

Twilight Saga

A girl moves to a new school from Arizona, and meets a charming boy who is seems a little abnormal.

Twilight

The Book Of Dust

The Rights Of man

 

Fifty Shades of Grey

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