12 World War II Scenes as seen on Google Street View Today
Ever wondered how the World War II moments and views look like today? Thanks to Halley Docherty from The Guardian for sharing such an insightful article: http://bit.ly/1kkKJVn
It seems like too often in campaigns, candidates turn to negative attack ads to get their message across. But who says positive political ads can’t also be effective? Here are just a few examples from this year of good, positive ads that work.
The moon was
Burning orange like a grapefruit,
It’s size more sun-like
Rotund, larger than normal
I thought the world was ending
While driving home
Because earlier that day
A plastic bag full of lettuce
Burned up on the kitchen sink
Because the heat outside
Penetrated the window
Like a magnifying glass
Hitting an ant
As I sat at a funeral recently saying goodbye to a friend who died well before his time, I was really, truly struck by the brevity of life. This great guy who was alive on this earth just 72 hours ago and had years of possibilities ahead of him was now gone forever.
Death is a bit of a downer. We all know that. But it can also teach us things, like the futility of wasting our incredibly short lives worrying about the future instead of enjoying the present.
This is a lesson I was lucky enough to learn quite a few years ago. And when I did, I made a commitment to stop making plans.
Read the rest at Thought Catalog.
1. sitting taller
3. killing insects
47,182. looking up phone numbers