In 2014, a series of protests, political demonstrations, and civil insurrection began in Venezuela due to the country's high levels of urban violence, inflation, and chronic shortages of basic goods attributed to economic policies such as strict price controls. The majority of protests have been peaceful, consisting of demonstrations, sit-ins, and hunger strikes, though small groups of protestors have been responsible for attacks on public property, such as government buildings and public transportation. Nicolas Maduro's government characterized the protests as an undemocratic coup d'etat attempt orchestrated by "fascist" opposition leaders and the United States; blaming capitalism and speculation for causing high inflation rates and goods scarcities as part of an "economic war" being waged on his government. Other controversies reported during the protests include media censorship and violence by pro-government militant groups known as colectivos.
Christopher McCandless was an American hiker and itinerant traveler, who after graduating from college in 1990, traveled the United States and eventually hitchhiked to Alaska in April 1992. There, he set out along an old mining road known as the Stampede Trail, with minimal supplies, hoping to live simply off the land. Almost four months later, McCandless' decomposing body, weighing only 66 lb, was found by hunters in a converted bus used as a backcountry shelter along the Stampede Trail. His cause of death was officially ruled to be starvation, although the exact cause remains the subject of some debate. Prior to his untimely demise, McCandless once said, "So many people live within unhappy circumstances and yet will not take the initiative to change their situation because they are conditioned to a life of security, conformity, and conservation, all of which may appear to give one peace of mind, but in reality, nothing is more damaging to the adventurous spirit." This kid seems anxious to get some change. Can you show me where he is?
The X-Files is an American science fiction drama television series created by Chris Carter, which originally aired from 1993 to 2002 on Fox. The program spanned nine seasons, included 202 episodes, and a feature film of the same name. Later in 2008, a second film was made and preceded a tenth season revival, which consisted of six episodes, in 2016. The revival premiered on January 24, 2016. In April 2017, Fox officially announced that The X-Files would be returning for an eleventh season of ten episodes, which would air in the 2017–18 television season. On July 16, 2008, Carter and Spotnitz donated several props from the series and new film to the Smithsonian's National Museum of American History. Some of the items included the original pilot script and the "I Want to Believe" poster from Mulder's office.
That photo was taken at Fantasy Fest in Key West, whose only daily newspaper is the Key West Citizen. Cameron
Ernie - May be a little late in responding, but the newspaper is the Key West Citizen. Didn't officially become the Citizen until 1905. "Though it only became known as the Key West Citizen on April 29, 1905, when the first weekly edition rolled off the presses at 534 Front St. announcing the coming of Flagler's Overseas Railroad to Key West, the paper was actually the result of the amalgamations of several other related publications over the years. Chris
A very underrated show that I really used to enjoy is The Finder; which ran on Fox from January 2012 to May 2012. It is a spin-off of another Fox television series, Bones, and loosely based on The Locator series of two books by Richard Greener. It starred Geoff Stults as (retired) Major Walter Sherman who suffered a traumatic brain injury in the Iraq War due leaving him paranoid, suspicious and quirky, but it also somehow resulted in him now being able to find anything, seeing patterns where others wouldn't. It also served as the final television performance of Michael Clarke Duncan, who died of complications due to a heart attack on September 3, 2012. Perhaps you can honor MCD by following in Walter's footsteps and first find this green kayak, and then if you manage that, find this graffiti covered van.
Students at colleges and universities across the nation and even across the world have been celebrating Earth Day yearly since its inception in 1970. Many colleges and universities host an array of events throughout “Earth Week” and even “Earth Month,” rallying students from all corners of campus to take action and learn about the third planet from the sun. Campus Earth Day celebrations are gaining popularity as colleges and universities continue to increase not only “behind-the-scenes” sustainability measures such as improving the energy efficiency of buildings, but also to promote environmentally responsible habits through energy and water waste reduction competitions to protect the Earth and our resources.
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batshit crazy 'Mattress Girl' Emma Sulkowicz Is Back
game show fails
now this is a goddamn breakfast
man ain't this the truth
Old man plays the theme for The Good The Bad and the Ugly
velma turned out nicely
With the 3d U.S. Infantry Regiment (The Old Guard) at Arlington National Cemetery getting ready for Memorial Day weekend
Octopus Steals Crab From Fisherman
this party just got real
Students despise Obama policies...when credited to Trump
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Feminists sue university for not protecting them from ‘hostile' Yik Yak comments
louder than your mom last night
Giant Crocodile Scares Fishermen in Western Australia
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Vickie6 Nude Selfies!
sexy random photos 479
she likes her ass squeaky clean