Manufacturing has a polluting, agitating effect.
Forestry and fruit growing do not have negative effects.
apparently (fairly sure i saw this on Austin's tumblr), jaxin told Austin he was going to propose to his girlfriend, and knew Austin was thinking of proposing to gielle, so jaxin asked Austin not to make it public if he did propose, because he wanted his own proposal to be noticed. then Austin proposed to gielle, of course saying yes, and in the heat of the moment, he tweeted that he proposed etc., and then jaxin started sending him messages (i'd rather not quote, cos i can't remember them 100%). and basically jaxin got superpissed at Austin, and then Austin got kicked out of/left the band. love both of them though, and gielle is pre hot too. just sayin'.
MTV famously claimed its first casualty with its premiere video, aired August 1, 1981. But since video killed the radio star, what has the network accomplished? You know, besides forever changing youth culture and foisting Carson Daly on the world. Here, on the occasion of MTV's 25th anniversary, we look at some of the more notable accomplishments for which the network can be thanked-or blamed.Gave everyone A.D.D."The MTV style" of quick cuts and whipsaw cameras-known among veteran film editors as "frame-fucking"-is now the de facto visual language of American culture, from Michael Bay summer blockbusters to commercials for Sunny Delight.Made Madonna possibleWithout a medium in which to enact her famous image reinventions, Madonna would have remained just another vocally challenged sexpot leaking from the radio. Instead, she's the quintessential pop star of the age.Made Jessica Simpson possibleBefore MTV's Newlyweds rescued her, Simpson was just another floundering ersatz Britney Spears. MTV allowed her to reinvent herself as a dizzy Gen-Y Charo-and thus become the poster girl for a fizzy culture in which talent and celebrity are permanently cleavaged, er, cleaved.Invented reality TVIn 1992, eight years before Survivor, a do-gooder documentarian (Jonathan Murray) and a soap-opera veteran (Mary-Ellis Bunim) launched a docu-soap called The Real World. By the time the rest of the planet caught up, MTV had already forged ahead, creating hypercompelling pseudo-reality hybrids like Laguna Beach.Showed it was okay to be gayLong before Brokeback, there was the aforementioned Real World, which has featured gay cast members in twelve of its seventeen seasons-from the wacky, alcoholic bisexual Ruthie to the sympathetic AIDS activist Pedro, who married his boyfriend on the show.Enabled StarbucksFrom the September 1991 debut of Nirvana's "Smells Like Teen Spirit," it was a short slide to the national hegemony of flannel shirts, ennui, and a Seattle-born coffee franchise. The flannel's disappeared, the ennui's come and gone (and come again), but the macchiato addiction is holding steady.Put a gag on horny midgetsThe MTV-produced halftime show at Super Bowl XXXVIII-a fumbled effort to lure "the kids"-led to Janet Jackson's "wardrobe malfunction," which led to a national hysteria, which led to the FCC crackdown on Howard Stern, which led him to defect to Sirius. So, in a sense, MTV made the satellite-radio star.Neutered hip-hopWith the Run-DMC-Aerosmith "Walk This Way" video in 1986, rap crossed the color barrier for good, colonizing the suburbs and transmuting the genre from a potent protest movement (Public Enemy, N.W.A) to a Diddy-fied venue for TV-friendly gangsta clichés.Corrupted your daughter and called it empowermentSure, MTV's Spring Break, pimping wasted, bikini-clad girls and their amateur stripper moves since 1985, is merely a ribald update of American Bandstand. Then again, by that logic, Girls Gone Wild is merely a ribald update of MTV's Spring Break.Legitimized talking headsNo, not the Talking Heads-rather, the network's parade of nattering, disposable veejays. MTV almost single-handedly debased the idea that people on TV should have some idea of what they're talking about. Fast-forward to our current cable-news punditocracy, where half the commentators make Regis Philbin sound like Walter Cronkite.Nurtured an art formThe past decade's most visually inventive film directors, from Michel Gondry (Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind) to Jonathan Glazer (Sexy Beast), all cut their teeth on these strange, rule-busting, three-minute waking dreams-with MTV serving as their 24-hour televised gallery.Defeated communismSatellites started beaming MTV Europe into East Berlin on November 7, 1989; two days later, the Eastern Bloc was history. Coincidence? Okay, maybe. But two decades ago, MTV was as compelling a symbol of Western society as Levi's or Coca-Cola.Killed the music videoTry to find videos on MTV now, and you'll run into a wall of shows like Yo Momma or Date My Mom. But don't bother pining wistfully for bygone days when MTV played Aerosmith's "Love in an Elevator" every hour on the hour. It only makes you seem old. About as old as MTV, actually.
you can't he's a fictional character not real
The three major messages that the president sends out to the congress are the state of union, the economic reports and the budget message. He sends these messages out using his message power.
A- Is a fictional character so no you wont get messages from her........and neither will people in the united states. - I know A is a fictional character, but I'm a huge fan of the show and I saw on the abcfamily site that you can get those texts and I was wondering if it's possible outside the US
It gives you sense of achievement for your day-to-day busness activity
Activity involves action and communication is an action of speaking or relaying a message between one or more people.
it is a time index of recent activity from a sender and receiver of messages from people over Facebook messenger
The spinal cord as well as the central nervous system interact with the brain sending messages known as the reflux which transmits the messages on how the body reacts.
There isn't any. You're thinking of the nervous system - but the messages are all chemical. The electrical activity is a side effect.
It depends on whether they have some interest in you or believe you are engaged in criminal activity, and they get court approval to monitor your text messages.
He has made the movies Zombies in the Snow, Werewolves in the Rain, Vampires in the Retirement Community, and Realtors in the Cave. Each of his movies contained hidden messages to fellow volunteers. Keep in mind that Dr. Gustave Sebald is a fictional character and all of his work is fictional as well.
Generally, depressants slow down neurotransmission (messages sent from neuron to neuron) reducing overall activity in the brain, whereas stimulants speed up the amount of neurotransmission, hence increasing overall activity in the brain.