Rare Film of Sculptor Auguste Rodin Working at his Studio in Paris (1915) In the past few days we’ve featured a series of remarkable little films of French artists Pierre-Auguste Renoir, Claude Monet and Edgar Degas. Today we wrap things up with just one more: a rare glimpse of the great sculptor Auguste Rodin. The footage was taken in 1915, two years before Rodin’s death. There are several sequences. The first shows the artist at the columned entrance to an unidentified structure, followed by a brief shot of him posing in a garden somewhere. The Ladder Theory Ladder Construction So it should be self-evident, if you are following this at all, that the people you want to have sex with the most will be at the top of the ladder. Descending down to the bottom of the ladder we pass the following people: 1. The people we really want, who may even be out of our league, are on top. 2. Then come the people we like. 3.
ADHD: How It Manifests Differently in Girls and Women 12/14 by Attention Talk Radio Featured follow Call in to speak with the host Psst! Have you noticed there's a difference between men and women? For VE Day, Watch This Technicolor Film of Berlin, Two Months After World War II On the 70th anniversary of VE Day, a remarkable film shows Berliners cleaning up a city in ruin. These days, Berlin is a nexus of 21st-century cool. New York magazine recently called it the “post-tourist capital of Europe,” capturing the trend of younger visitors coming for multi-month stays, drawn by its surplus of affordable housing, dining, and culture. In the wake of a uniquely tumultuous century for the city, Berlin has captured the world’s imagination in a way that would have been unthinkable just 15 years ago. But its scars are still visible.
"Smart bomb" mouthwash aims to end tooth decay: Will it work? - HealthPop (CBS) Has tooth decay met its match? PICTURES: Foul mouth: what yucky signs say about your health Dentists are smiling over a new report that UCLA researchers have developed a new mouthwash that might make dental cavities go the way of the dodo bird, CBS Los Angeles reported. ADD Crusher: Blog Alternative ADHD Treatment: Stop Losing and Forgetting We ADDers tend to forget important things and lose important stuff. Not just misplacing a business card and forgetting to water the plants – but misplacing the car and forgetting to feed the kids! The culprit is weak working memory: inability to temporarily store and call up info. A Built-In ADHD
Enter every schoolboy's nightmare From his Freaks and Geeks days to last year’s Palo Alto, memories of the awkwardness of high school have filtered through many of James Franco’s projects. The latest is this short, which opens the actor-turned-producer’s The Heyday of the Insensitive Bastards: a series of vignettes based on short stories by Robert Boswell. Directed by on-the-rise talent Mark Columbus, Guests tells a story of two pervasive forces of nature: the unrelenting bully who targets Charlie (Modern Family’s Rico Rodriguez), and the cancer that is killing his father (Matthew Modine). For Columbus, the film aims to capture the strange ways that memory works. “The way I imagine everything in my memory is always washed out and sun-dried, with details on the weirdest things,” he says. “Such as the little crevices on concrete walls, or dust particles floating in a still room.”
Science Homework Help - Free Science Videos Study Your Way Easy Help. Fun Teachers. Expert teachers who know their stuff bring personality & fun to every video. Key Concepts explained. Crush ADHD Mental Overwhelm by Finding the Sweetspot for Your Thoughts Think you can’t control your thoughts? Hmmm. Did you wet your pants today? Did you cry and stomp your feet today over anything? No. You’ve learned to control your bladder.
Documentaries, Films, and Videos About ©2016 VICE Media LLC United States The VICE Channels Nutrition and Physical Degeneration Title: Nutrition and Physical Degeneration Author: Weston A. Price * A Project Gutenberg of Australia eBook * eBook No.: 0200251h.html Language: English Date first posted: 2002 Date most recently updated: April 2012 Project Gutenberg of Australia eBooks are created from printed editions which are in the public domain in Australia, unless a copyright notice is included. We do NOT keep any eBooks in compliance with a particular paper edition. Copyright laws are changing all over the world. New Functions Rev. 2.0 Overview The Calendar Layout has been expanded to show more than one month.The main dialog offers a third layout typically to show three months. The selected day in the month grid will be expanded, that way all events of that day are shown directly.Printing is more flexible and can be modified by the user.An Agenda page showing Todays, Upcoming events and the ToDo’s List can be shown at startup of ReminderFox’s host application (Firefox, Thunderbird, Seamonkey). Calendar Layout The “ReminderFox Dialog” has been expanded to have three layouts: Calendar onlyMainList and CalendarMainList only