2008 Sasquatch Music Festival Worth Attending I like to visit with my friends and I like to cook and when I put these two things together it is called a party. I have never thought of myself as an event planner but I do love to plan parties at my home and I have become quite efficient at it. Trust me I am no Martha Stewart and lets face it most of us are not. The important thing is do what you love. If you want a theme party do it, and if you want an intimate dinner then have at it. You are in the driver"s seat. The important piece is to plan. Never be afraid of too much planning but do not let the planning take away the fun. Stay flexible. Summary: With a grand total of 42 acts and counting, Mile High festival wristbands is going to be a tough act to follow. With two hometown bands in the line-up, 3OH!3 and The Fray, you will be hard pressed to find another festival swelling with pride. Dick"s Sporting Goods Park should accommodate festival goers quite easily, providing open space and lush grass. Think Glastonbury, U.K. Never the same work out twice. I like sport wristbands to switch things up every time I exercise. You may do some of the same basic exercise, just tweaked each time, or opt for a completely different work out every time. Need ideas? Google has got you covered here! JON AUER: To me, it"s become both less precious and yet more accomplished somehow. I"d point to the years of experience, together and apart, as the reason - we have so much more creative "water" to draw from "the well" so to speak. Deciding on what event wristbands you want to host will help narrow down your choices. If you would like to host Murder Mystery Play, it will require a good size place and extra people to perform. If you wish to host a Mystery game, you can host in your own home or find a small venue that will not require many extra people to help you. AB: Well, I can"t speak for Justin, although I probably could. But my influences range from Prince to Depeche Mode. I"m a huge fan of Georgio Moroder, who did a lot of the electronic dance music in the late seventies and eighties. He did the soundtrack to Scarface, a lot of Donna Summer music . . . I really like that instrumental, dance music, but I also really like classical music: Bach, Beethoven, Bosner. The rhyme does go into strange details about the horse, that most of it is made of hay or straw. Unless this is a metaphor for tangled hair it unlikely that this was a real horse, I should imagine... Maybe the rhyme came from a toy horse. The hay is described as "pounce" which I haven"t heard used as an adjective, and draw a blank.

 

Erik is surprised, again. This time, the reasonis China’s “beauty”apps.

These apps have been around for years. But it is also surging in popularity as Chinese people brighten up their skin, enlarge their eyes and perform extreme makeovers on themselves.

Erik’s first try startled him, when he sawgalaxies swirling around his face, and ghostly, glittering whales floating around his hair amid a sea of sparkles.

He started to realize that China’s super-popular selfie apps are literally recreating the world.

His Chinese friends told him that some “beauty apps” alter reality to make it picture perfect for social media.Some automatically apply cosmetics. Users can try on virtual lipstick from the likes of Dior and Giorgio Armani, who have stores in these apps. The idea is you do not have to visit a store to try the product on. Looks great, doesn’t it?

Moreover, he was told that the biggest beauty app in China is Meitu. There are even so called “beauty smartphones”. They cost up to 8,000 yuan but their sole function is as a camera that automatically morphs your personal appearance.

This inspired Erik to download the app, and according to him, he justtakes its functions to the extreme to see how far theygo. He has found out the names of the selfie filters included “cheese,”“jungle” and “ethereal”.Their filters for other photogenic subjects are more generic, for now — a “food,”“scenery”and “objects” can all make photos more interesting.

Although Erik, anAmerican in his thirties, living in Beijing, may not use the app as frequently as Chinese young ladies, he admits it is a fun way to make himself shine on social media, and his daughter really loves it!

How frequently do you use these beauty apps? Do you only use their basic functions?Or do you create extreme makeovers on your face?

 
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