Monday, July 25. Democracy
A survey by the University of Chicago Institute of Politics found that two-thirds of conservative and independent voters in the United States believe the federal government is corrupt and devious against the common people. 38% of voters, in general, would agree to take up arms against the government as soon as possible. And this happens in the oldest democracy in the world.
Tuesday, 26 July. nap
Antenna 3 has drawn intense scrutiny and revealed the results of a study by Dr. Phyllis Zee, director of the Northwestern Center for Circadian and Sleep Medicine at Feinberg University in Chicago. Phyllis found that regular nappers were 12% more likely to develop high blood pressure and 24% more likely to have a stroke. For his part, Dr. Raj Dasgupta, an associate professor at the University of Southern California Keck School of Medicine, believes that long naps are worse than short ones.
I wonder how a Spanish television, which is famous for sometimes confusing the location of provinces in infographics, has traced these well-known icons to the United States. And to justify everyone that the siesta is bad. Lucky that there is someone above who thinks about our health.
Wednesday, July 27. risk
La Vanguardia publishes a one-of-a-kind report concluding that a third of Spanish minors want to create content for social networks and be influential when they grow up. That’s what they want to live on. Yes, the truth is the source isn’t too clear to say something like that, but the title is huge and striking.
Finally, the lesson wonders what the risk is of a minor uploading photos and videos to the cloud. And to answer is Qustodio, a company dedicated to providing cybersecurity solutions for families. “We help parents protect their children from inappropriate content, cyber predators and cyberbullies, and we provide them with the tools they need to foster balanced digital habits,” it says on its website. So now you know, if you want your child to become a footballer, teacher, journalist, singer, hairdresser, police officer, doctor or astronaut, all you have to do is hire the services of a custodio.
Thursday, July 28. squishy
Maluma made her debut as a fashion designer in her hometown of Medellin. In fact, the singer is the only co-participant in the composition, which is signed by the El Arte de los Suenos Foundation. The collection falls under the category of inclusive and genderless clothing. “Collaborating at this level represents a lot for me, for my career, for my culture, for the next generations, for the dreamers”, declared Papi Juancho. One of the most notable thoughts from the press conference that Maluma called for a presentation: “I’m a man, but I like wearing women’s denim jackets and skirts. What I wear doesn’t define me as a human being. That’s the message that people feel free to be as they are. We’re not here to judge or set a benchmark.”
Oh. Now it is learned that Pretty Boy has turned soft. and enjoy. Well, we already knew the latter because her works, beyond the feminine modification that her videos and some of her songs distill, are a hymn to a sexuality without the excessive complexes. Will Maluma be as delicious as his elected vice president, Francia Marquez? Maybe this is your next confession.
Friday, 29 July. acute
I have gone for a walk. A silent route awaits me in the east of the province. I don’t know who came up with the idea to call the road the Silent Route, with the aim of filling it with motorcycles. It is really contradictory. Despite the fact that I feared the most, the journey has been very quiet. I went as slowly as I wanted to and have stopped as many times as I saw fit to enjoy the scenery. There is no trace of the drivers. I didn’t even get many cars. Of course, one of those brakes had a driver stop at my height to see if everything was going well. Such are the words of people. If you think someone may have a problem, stop and ask if you can help. Silent Route really lives up to its name.
Saturday, 30 July. Devotion
Emma Buzz said at Teruel’s plenary session yesterday, “As recorded, luckily everyone will be able to see, and see, and the people of Teruel will be able to decide what kind of ilk is in this town hall. ” the town hall. I read a story by Pilar Fuertes in Diario de Teruel which states that Emma admits that Torico would object to some bills relating to the arrangement of the fountain column and the construction of a replica of the sculpture. According to Pilar, Meyer said, “I had to prioritize between having a perfect record and arriving on time for Heffer, and I prioritized being on time because that’s what the people of Teruel were asking of me.” Since this is recorded, “to judge like this”, I go to the original source because Emma’s interpretation is surprising to say the least. Pilar’s transcript is exemplary and the reference to the lack of diligence in compiling the file captures the spirit of Emma’s words.
I tell you: the secretary-controller of my city does not pass one, as it should be. If we go along with the story that the water loving population is asking for anything and they must turn a blind eye to speed up the process, they send us on the run because they will sign any such thing. Do not do what is not in accordance with the law. , I don’t know how they’ll run affairs in the capital’s city hall, but Emma isn’t very good with civil servants, I think so. At the end of the plenary session, Emma announced that a new call is planned for the end of August with the aim of approving a 30% reduction in the price of municipal public transport. “I say this for agenda reasons,” Emma explained. In other words, don’t extend your vacation, we haven’t put a plenary session in mid-August so as not to bother you. And also that “the entire administrative file should be prepared.” In other words, some issues take diligence and for others, that’s all.
I encourage the folks at Teruel to watch the two and a half hours of the full session. They help a lot to know about your municipality. In short, if you spend an afternoon watching the Salvame Marathon or the latest Ibai Llanos event, this entertainment is worth watching.
Sunday, 31 July. tessituras
I have to spend all day thinking about my three favorite Spanish pop bands of all time. Yesterday it was a trend to position themselves in the network by three groups. Although it seems very safe, I am very indecisive and it is difficult for me to decide. Please don’t put me in these situations.
image of the week
There are bridges that unite and bridges that divide. It distinguishes, in particular, the provinces of Salamanca and Zamora. You take a step and you have changed the province. There are people who take advantage of the idea that you feel different if you’re on one side or the other. However, the reality is that the difference in landscape or customs is very small. The people who inaugurated the bridge in 1871 thought above all to bring it closer and were still better off than those who do polarizing work today.