When friend lists get to hundreds of people, it is very hard to keep track. I try to read and comment as much as I can but I agree with Duffsmom that time is an issue. Often I want to write a comment but it really boils down to the question of time..
LG G7 One Motorola P30 Note vs. LG G7 ThinQ Motorola P30 Note vs. OnePlus 6 Motorola P30 Note vs. Suppose a postage stamp were issued to commemorate the birthplace of democracy and western culture. What picture would be chosen for it? Very likely it would be a view of the Acropolis, the hill where the graceful, white Parthenon rises against the blue sky of Greece. See more pictures of ancient Greece..
Of course, it ultimately comes down to the individual, but generally it seems that upgrades to the 5S may not be quite enough to prompt a mass exodus from iPhone 5.View GraphicIf you skipped out on the last iPhone update, however, and have a 4S or other older iPhone, then an upgrade makes more sense. Apple’s made quite a few changes here that make it worth your while to upgrade, including its decision to change its charging ports and screen size. Going to the 5S, or even the 5C, from the iPhone 4S still means a technical and physical upgrade that’s worth doing..
Nike’s latest killer ad campaign has literally gotten the axe. Responding to a huge amount of angry phone calls and emails, NBC is cutting a Nike commercial that spoofs horror movies. The parody, which debuted this weekend during the network’s Olympics coverage, features distance runner Suzy Favor Hamilton being pursued by a hockey masked, chainsaw wielding psycho (who bears a remarkable resemblance to Friday the 13th’s Jason and Halloween’s Michael Myers).
Before I only needed to psych myself up for literally two seconds, whereas now I had to keep talking myself through more than 26 miles. (Side note: This weightlifting playlist will help get you extra psyched for those heavy pulls.) Just when I thought, “What else can I learn about myself?” running taught me a whole new side to my personality that I grew to love and develop.A few months ago someone asked me, “Why don’t you go back and take all those powerlifting records at your current age level?” It was an interesting thought, but one that I don’t think I’ll actually pursue. I don’t know if I want to go back into that competitive frame of mind, but I love seeing how the female powerlifting community has changed since I competed.