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A Better Queue

A Better Queue
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Yahoo The 9 Habits of Naturally Thin People They've developed these healthy food and fitness behaviors--and you can too. "In countries with low obesity rates, people still eat breakfast, lunch, and dinner and live life in between," says Victoria Moran, author of Main Street Vegan. Call them picky eaters, food snobs, or whatever else, but… EasyBib What To Watch On Netflix, Part 3: Overlooked Gems | Maureen Ryan Now that I've got the Classics and the Pretty Good Bets lists out of the way, welcome to my list of Netflix's Overlooked Gems. This was the Netflix recommendation roster I had the most fun compiling (it's not every day that having watched so much cult TV comes in handy). Adding to the fun: This list comes with a cherry on top, in the form of some exciting news. HuffPost TV can exclusively reveal that all five seasons of the much-loved NBC spy drama "Chuck" will be available in the U.S. for streaming on Netflix on Nov. 1. "Chuck" is a good poster child for this list, which is all about shows with fervent but smallish fan bases -- these are all shows that, for one reason or another, deserve wider attention but in many cases weren't big hits when they first aired. Once again, here are the caveats for all three lists: They reflect my tastes, and I'll be the first to admit I haven't seen everything on Netflix. "The Trip"/"Saxondale" "Saxondale" isn't well known in the U.S.

Absolute Beginner Part 1: Chords - Guitar Noise So…you’ve just bought your first guitar, borrowed one from a friend or received one as a gift (and if that’s the case, please introduce me to this person…). Now what do you do? Well, if you haven’t got a clue at all, perhaps we can help you. Guitar Noise welcomes you to the first of our Absolute Beginner articles. First, though, one very important thing to know: the guitar is not some magical device that somehow makes beautiful music while you simply hold it. I don’t want to sound like the stereotypical parent telling his child, “Yes, you can have a pet but it’s your responsibility to feed it, walk it, clean up after it, etc.” You will find yourself faced with all sorts of choices and more information than you can possibly use at any given moment. Finally, please realize that as great a tool as the Internet can be for education, it is still only one source. The first thing that you have to know about your guitar is what exactly it does. Chart of Em Chord This is a chord chart. Peace

25 Documentaries Every Arts & Culture Lover Needs To Watch Right Now We've all sat in front of our Netflix accounts, tirelessly sifting through film and television genres like "Dark Biographical 20th Century Period Pieces" and "Quirky TV Shows Featuring a Strong Female Lead," never quite finding that perfect piece of cinematography. Defeated by your own streaming service, you haplessly watch another beloved episode of "Twin Peaks" thinking this just can't last much longer. While we won't deny the overwhelming allure of David Lynch, we will give you a list of 25 documentaries every Arts & Culture lover needs to watch. From Dutch prostitution heroines to the man behind Pee-wee's Playhouse to indie gaming to vintage gig posters, these are the historical gems you should be adding to your queue right now. 1. Cutie and the Boxer (2013) A candid portrait of a 40-year marriage between Japanese "boxing" painter Ushio Shinohara and his wife, Noriko. 2. "Beautiful Darling" tells the story of Andy Warhol muse, Candy Darling. 3. 4. Need we explain more? 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

TasteKid Ancient Egypt and The Alternative Story of Mankind's Origins (Full Documentary) one hundred push ups So, you've completed your initial test and keen to start the program? Excellent news! If you managed 5 or less pushups in the test, follow column 1. For example: let's say you managed 8 pushups. Treat yourself to a rest day before moving on to Day 2, and then again before you complete Day 3. The 5 Best Movies For Mature Audiences In 2013 With some of Hollywood's finest actors and actresses like Robert De Niro and Meryl Streep belonging to the post-50 crowd, tinseltown can't help but cater to the boomer generation at the box office. And we have to say, the studios sure didn't disappoint in 2013. Post 50s make up around a quarter of all moviegoers and that number is likely to keep growing, with studios churning out hits like "Gravity" starring George Clooney and "Captain Phillips" with Tom Hanks. From a hilarious story about a long-married couple, to a dark drama about a dysfunctional family, we've rounded up some of the best movies for mature audiences from 2013. "Le Week-End" As any long-married couple approaching their anniversary, Nick, played by Jim Broadbent, and Meg, played by Lindsay Duncan, are looking to reignite their spark in their now routine marriage. Did we miss any of your favorite films? Earlier on HuffPost50:

The Sixteen Personality Types - High-Level ISTJ - The Duty Fulfiller Serious and quiet, interested in security and peaceful living. Extremely thorough, responsible, and dependable. Well-developed powers of concentration. Click here for a detailed description of ISTJ. ISTP - The Mechanic Quiet and reserved, interested in how and why things work. Click here for a detailed description of ISTP. ISFJ - The Nurturer Quiet, kind, and conscientious. Click here for a detailed description of ISFJ. ISFP - The Artist Quiet, serious, sensitive and kind. Click here for a detailed description of ISFP. INFJ - The Protector Quietly forceful, original, and sensitive. Click here for a detailed description of INFJ. INFP - The Idealist Quiet, reflective, and idealistic. Click here for a detailed description of INFP. INTJ - The Scientist Independent, original, analytical, and determined. Click here for a detailed description of INTJ. INTP - The Thinker Logical, original, creative thinkers. Click here for a detailed description of INTP.

7 Of The Best Movies For Grownups Hollywood sees you, older moviegoers. In case you haven't noticed, there have been a slew of films in recent years catering to older viewers on issues ranging from love and sex (or lack thereof) after 50 to more somber subjects like coping with loss. Why? Well, post 50s are heading to the movies more and more and the industry can't deny the numbers. Viewers over 50 account for a quarter of all moviegoers and that number keeps on growing. "There's been a realization that the boomer generation still really likes to go to theaters and see movies on the big screen -- and they actually have the money to buy the tickets. "I think it was sort of a no brainer on the part of the studios, to say 'this is a unique audience'," Grant says. For a decade, AARP has been publishing a list of films that appeal to its readers. But Grant says older moviegoers shouldn't be pigeonholed when it comes to movie interests; it's not only love and divorce stories that appeal to this age group.

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