Me at all family functions.
I hate being sick.
omg. I cried so hard watching this.
Sushi dinner - oysters, sashimi (uni, scallop, fatty tuna, salmon, salmon belly, sweet shrimp, and giant clam), teriyaki cod, tamago, and chawanmushi | Tenya 天家 | Shanghai Pudong IFC | Shanghai, China | ::KIKI::
"A lawmaker from the ruling United Russia Party says the ‘unreasonably gigantic’ suitcase blocks views of historic sites like St. Basil’s Cathedral and the Kremlin tower. A Communist Party lawmaker says the installation undermines ‘state foundations’ and mocks the Red Square, which is also home to the tomb of former Communist leader Vladimir Lenin.”
In 1982, James Bamford published The Puzzle Palace, an unprecedented journalistic look at the National Security Agency. This is an opportune moment to revisit it. Current readers can’t help but be struck by its portents of things to come. As well, the sudden interest in the NSA following the Edward Snowden leaks has exposed a huge gulf between what surveillance state nerds know to be public information and what the general public actually knows about the secretive agency.
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I love lea salonga. she’s forever young and forever amazing.