Forgot Password? What good is a lake with a hole in it? Two holes at the bottom of Oregon's Lost Lake suck the water dry every summer.
The year-old actress kick started her pop career in when she released her singles 'Swag It Out' and 'Watch Me', before dropping her self-titled album in after she was signed by Hollywood Records the year before. But she has admitted she has no plans to release anymore music any time soon because she felt like the nitty-gritty industry took away her passion for singing. Speaking to Paper magazine, she said: "I think the [music] industry takes a little bit of passion away from you.
You need to consider your employees. Happy employees will work harder. Demoralizing work environments, micromanaging with high expectations are never going to increase productivity.
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Certain peoples believe the heads provide spirit to the communityothers use them to intimidate their foes, and still others shrink them and keep them as souvenirs. Even Disneyland has an animatronic head called Shrunken-Head Nedbecause nothing quite says family values like ritualistic decapitation. Meanwhile, the aptly named assassin bug looks on and wonders what all the mercy is about, for this insect impales its prey and sucks it dry, then attaches the entire corpse to its back.
Info Magazine. Steve Stuebner Feb. Environmental groups seek federal remedies to improve the Snake River's flows.
This is fantastic. Really "a center of the world". We took the 4 and a half hour Vatican Tour with City Wonders. Our guide, Dorina, was fantastic.
A vicious species of tick originating from Eastern Asia has invaded the US and is rapidly sweeping the Eastern Seaboard, state and federal officials warn. The tick, the Asian longhorned tick or Haemaphysalis longicornishas the potential to transmit an assortment of nasty diseases to humans, including an emerging virus that kills up to 30 percent of victims. It currently poses the largest threat to livestock, pets, and wild animals; the ticks can attack en masse and drain young animals of blood so quickly that they die—an execution method called exsanguination.
Want to read Slashdot from your mobile device? Point it at m. Wow, I used to trust Ars to bring me researched, objective science and technology news -- but no more. Well I live in New Zealand, one of those countries which has this tick -- in fact we only have two tick species here and this is one of them.