Anonymous Taught Twitter About the Rohingya Genocide Yesterday, for a few hours at least, the plight of a small indigenous people was given center stage on Twitter. The Rohingya people—who are inhabitants of Burma, known officially as the Republic of the Union of Myanmar—were recognized by several thousand Tweeples during a "twitterstorm" orchestrated by online activists. Fire in the Hole The convoy stops, and the lieutenant lowers his binoculars and opens his door and points at four Afghan men standing on a ridge beside a red telephone tower.
Required Documents for Hong Kong Visa Application: 1. Your valid passport or travel documents in lieu of passport 2. A completely filled out visa application form 3. Your recent photograph (affixed to the application form) 4. Photocopy of proof of your financial standing, e.g. bank statements, savings accounts passbooks, tax receipts, etc. and proof of employment (if any), e.g. company leave letter, salary slips, etc. 5.
The TOR Project provides free, distributed worldwide proxies for anonymous browsing and private downloading . TOR comes with a built-in Firefox add-on, but Chrome users can get a handy on/off button for TOR with this setup, explained by commenter brssnkl. • Step 1: Install TOR ( Note: The "Installation Bundle" packages for Windows and Mac are the preferred downloads ). • Step 2: Install Proxy Switchy!
cone storage "cornet à bidouilles" Made of starch potato, a charming cone to scratch on the wall ( with velcro) to store small things. Price 11 € decorative hanger "Animal Company" This decorative hanger is made of renforced cardboard.
Wear your Fitbit One somewhere near your torso during the day. Some recommended places to wear it are: clipped to your bra clipped to your waistband or pocket inside your pocket Your Fitbit One is always tracking, even when the display is asleep. Press the button to view your stats.
In a recent article, I wrote about a former student who was struggling with more than $100,000 in student loan debt. He’s not the only one. About two hours after my article hit the wire, I received an email from a grad who’s five years out of school, working a great job in a professional... Read more As tax season comes to an end, many Americans grumble about the rates they pay and where their money goes. In the past few years, the Occupy movement, presidential election and tax talk had many raising questions about who pays what in taxes.