I haven’t been able to put my face on her, as one may do, but that’s fine. To do so would be too creepy. The pants that my virtual model is wearing are at least one inch too low on the top, and one inch too short on the bottom, a recent fashion that shortens one’s legs visually. Whatever happened to gals who had “legs up to here”? They’ve become fashion-victims! In looking through the sites where I could use my virtual model, I found very few skirts or trousers that had a regular waist, so I don’t blame the people, I blame the producers of these ghastly creations. How on earth does one determine their size–say you have a 32-inch waist, and order a skirt or trousers that land at the hip, which is considerably wider? And, by the way, there are pantihose on offer at H & M that land on the hip instead of the waist. Pray tell how on earth they stay up, and if indeed they are tight enough to stay up, they will create a bulge! But, of course they are designed for women who, even in winter, want to expose their bare bellies. Why aren’t they up to speed? Low-riders are out, the waist is in! Has the industry caused so much damage that people can’t get out of their rut? My model needs dark boots or socks, by the way, to prevent that break in visual continuity and its resultant leg-shortening effect. I would also add some pearls.
(Natural News) Gulf War Illness (GWI), or Gulf War Syndrome, is the name given to a cluster of chronic symptoms affecting Gulf War veterans and civilian workers. The cause behind these symptoms — which range from fatigue to joint pains to memory problems — has been studied and debated on for the longest time. Yet... Read More […]
(Natural News) People who turn to medical marijuana are often drawn to the fact that it’s natural. This is indeed a great quality from a health standpoint, but environment-minded marijuana buyers, take note: New research shows that marijuana farming in remote locations is having a negative effect on the environment. After studying the ecological consequences […]
(Natural News) The most common lifestyle risk factors of heart diseases and stroke are unhealthy diet, lack of physical activity, tobacco smoke, and heavy alcohol drinking, and in a new study, researchers have discovered another link between gut bacteria and health. The new study has found that the bacteria in the gastrointestinal tract could have... Read Mo […]
(Natural News) What do fear and excitement have in common? Experts reveal, in an article by the Daily Mail, that the “fight-or-flight” response triggered by fear can become a rush of excitement under a different situation. Fear is a fundamental emotion experienced by all complex organisms against perceived danger or threat to their physical being... Read Mor […]
(Natural News) While other people prefer to start their day with a relaxing hot shower, some opt for the more extreme cold shower. A study even says that cold showers will make you more likely to go to work. Cold showers allegedly help to toughen people up, and a Dutch study led by the Academic... Read More […]
(Natural News) Have you ever wondered what drives people to take certain risks, such as going bungee jumping or risking a financial gamble? While a person’s tendency to take risks will often vary, a new study has proven that over time a stable general factor affects general risk preference. Swiss and German researchers have recently... Read More […]
(Natural News) While most of us are proud of our country’s pioneer roots and awed by the strength and resilience of the early homesteaders, few of us would choose to live the way they did. Providing for themselves and their families meant that the frontier men and women worked hard every day from sunup to... Read More […]
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(Natural News) Geoengineering, also known as climate engineering, is exactly what it sounds like. This engineering involves using technology to manipulate the climate system and counter the effects of global warming. Though sound in theory, researchers from the University of Exeter have discovered that the application of geoengineering in one hemisphere coul […]
(Natural News) Adding to the wealth of evidence that prove the benefits of beast milk, a new study finds that breastfeeding could lower the risk of eczema in children by half, as reported by the Science Daily. A team of researchers from King’s College London, Harvard University, University of Bristol, and McGill University assessed whether prolonged... Read […]
Former President Bill Clinton is reportedly facing new sexual assault accusations from four women after flying on playboy billionaire investor Ron Burkle’s private jet nicknamed ‘Air F*ck One.’ Daily Mail UK reports: Attorneys representing the women, who are coordinating their efforts, have notified Clinton they are preparing to file four separate lawsuits […]
Guest post by Joe Hoft To hell with the 1st Amendment – Nazi Sympathizer George Soros funded Media Matters is leading the liberal charge to shut down all conservative speech in America in spite of the fact that a majority of Americans are conservative. Under President Obama the US was caught in a backwards spiral. Unemployment […] The post It’s Not Just Han […]
Unhinged grad student instructor Tariq Khan was arrested after assaulting conservative students, stealing a phone and slamming it on the ground. Khan was later placed under arrest and issued a notice to appear to appear in court for criminal damage to property. And this loon is teaching kids at the University of Illinois. Campus Reform […] The post U of I Gr […]
New York Times reporter Glenn Thrush has been suspended from the paper after details emerged about his alleged “bad judgment around young women journalists.” According to Bianca Padró Ocasio, a friend of one of the women Thrush made unwanted sexual advances towards, the New York Times reporter was well known for telling others he was a […] The post NYT Repor […]
Germany, a country of 82 million, welcomed from 800,000 to over one million migrants and unvetted “refugees” in 2015. Chancellor Angela Merkel welcomed close over 280,000 migrants in 2016. Frau Merkel’s policies have not gone unnoticed. A Syrian refugee family named their fifth child “Angela Merkel Muhammed” in honor of Chancellor Merkel. Population replacem […]
The work on the all-weather road in Uttarakhand has begun with the construction of the 150-km Tanakpur-Pithoragarh stretch which will make it easier for the armed forces to mobilise troops and armaments to the India-China border, officials said on Monday
The Republican president, who has traded personal barbs and insults with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, said the Treasury Department will announce the additional sanctions against North Korea on Tuesday.
India's head coach Ravi Shastri on Monday heaped special praise on Virat Kohli after he notched up his 50th International century and said "sky is the limit" for the skipper who stands at the halfway stage in equalling Sachin Tendulkar's feat.
North Korea may conduct additional missile tests this year to polish up its long-range missile technology and ramp up the threat against the United States, South Korea's spy agency said on Monday, adding that it was monitoring developments closely.
A multinational armada of aircraft and vessels battled high winds and raging seas Sunday as they intensified their search for a missing Argentine submarine, after apparent attempted distress calls raised hopes the 44 crew members may still be alive.
Cult leader Charles Manson, whose followers killed actress Sharon Tate and six others in 1969, has died. He was 83. The gory slayings horrified the world and revealed a violent underbelly of a counterculture that preached peace and love.
Pakistani police say that a head-on collision between a mini-bus and a truck has killed at least 17 people and injured six in the country's south. Police officer Rab Nawaz says the loaded truck crashed into the van near the town of Khairpur on Monday morning.