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[Sep. 18th, 2019|02:26 pm]

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DELFI. Nacionālā botāniskā dārza vēsturē pirmo reizi uzziedējusi ziloņkājas juka
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[Sep. 18th, 2019|09:38 am]

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DELFI. Septiņi pašlaik aktuālākie stila mīti: Nedrīkst jaukt kopā dažādus metālus. (...) Taču šobrīd dažādu metālu miksēšana ir atslēga, kā atsvaidzināt savu tēlu. (...) Taču nepārspīlē – vienmēr paturi prātā teicienu "kas par daudz, tas par skādi" un pieturies pie divu metālu miksa.
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[Sep. 18th, 2019|09:35 am]

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DELFI. Ārējais izskats neapšaubāmi ir pirmais, pēc kā citi par mums izdara spriedumus. Piemēram, pēc manikīra, iespējams, var spriest par cilvēka nodarbošanos vai tīrību. Savukārt apģērbs un stils apzināti vai neapzināti atklāj kādu mūsu personības šķautni. Un ir tādas dāmas, kas par savu ārieni rūpējas īpaši, un lai nesabojātu pirmo iespaidu, tic dažādiem ar modi un stilu saistītiem mītiem.
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Ted [Sep. 16th, 2019|03:45 pm]

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https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2019/sep/06/from-mind-control-to-murder-how-a-deadly-fall-revealed-the-cias-darkest-secrets
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Marķētajās zonās dzimušie! Apsveicam ar laimestu loterijā! [Sep. 15th, 2019|07:58 pm]

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Lai top Baltijas Universitāte! [Sep. 12th, 2019|09:44 am]

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[Sep. 12th, 2019|09:06 am]

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Delfu virsrakstā "Bokseris Zutis turpina ceļu uz eliti" man, protams, izlasījās, ka uz elli.
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[Sep. 11th, 2019|02:33 pm]

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Gada pirkums: IKEA memory-foam matracis MYRBACKA - € 449,00 + piegāde uz mājām € 75.
Pirms tam gulēju kādus 10 gadus uz atsperu matrača, labs matracis, ciets, ar visādām ekstrām, utt. Bet vot naktī daudz grozījos, bieži modos, staigāju uz tualeti.
Uz memory-foam, esmu pārstājis grozīties, naktī mostos varbūt kādu vienu reizi - gadās, ka noguļu visu nakti nepamostoties.

Nebiju drošs vai nebūs par karstu, utt - bet viss ir kārtībā. Gribētos pamēģināt kā ir gulēt ar TEMPUR matraci, bet tie sušķi ir savas 6 reizes dārgāki.
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Baltvācu pastarā diena [Sep. 9th, 2019|02:35 am]

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1939. gada decembrī žurnālā "Sējējs" redaktors Jānis Lapiņš, "Baltvācu pastarā diena"
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Ждем ждём, по всем федеральным каналам сей чудесную классику [Sep. 8th, 2019|01:28 pm]

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AOLdn36K7Xk
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History of Italy’s broken banking system [Sep. 7th, 2019|11:43 am]

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https://youtu.be/6NZlY3yyxqw
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[Sep. 6th, 2019|02:56 pm]

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"Even though inequality began to rise after 1980, it took economists a couple of decades to really notice. Among those who turned their attention to the fallout was Milanovic, who grew up in Communist Yugoslavia, spent a couple of decades in the research department of the World Bank, and now teaches economics at the City University of New York. Milanovic originally built his reputation in the late nineties, when, using a giant World Bank database of household incomes, he was able to demonstrate how the benefits of globalization had been distributed among different classes across various groups of countries. The big winners were the “global plutocrats,” whose returns on capital shot up, and the new mass middle class of the emerging world, mainly in East Asia and India, who benefitted from the spectacular growth of their regions. The big losers were Western middle-class workers whose incomes stagnated as the industries they worked in were hollowed out by foreign competition. Hence the visceral appeal of Donald Trump’s protectionist measures against China."

https://www.newyorker.com/magazine/2019/09/02/the-rich-cant-get-richer-forever-can-they
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[Sep. 6th, 2019|01:55 pm]

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"You're biased by living in the tail end of the best century of the best economy in the history of humanity."
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[Sep. 5th, 2019|11:08 am]

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vakances CV.LV portālā sadaļā "Kultūra, māksla, izklaide":

KLIENTU APKALPOŠANAS SPECIĀLISTS/-E ĀDAŽOS (Fēnikss laimētava)
KRUPJĒ AR PIEREDZI OLYMPIC VOODOO CASINO (IESPĒJA STRĀDĀT NEPILNU DARBA LAIKU)
ĀDAŽU ČIPSU EKSKURSIJU GIDS/-E (5 eiro stundā)
KĀRŠU JAUCĒJS EURO LIVE
LTV PROGRAMMU DAĻAS SATURA REDAKTORS/-E
KLIENTU APKALPOŠANAS OPERATORS KINOTEĀTRĪ CINAMON (alga līdz 640 eiro mēnesī)
"LAIMAS" ŠOKOLĀDES MUZEJA EKSKURSIJU VADĪTĀJS / GIDS
SOMMELIER - WINE WAITER uz prāmja (alga līdz 2500)
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[Sep. 4th, 2019|10:21 pm]

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Physical strength is the most important thing in life. This is true whether we want it to be or not. As humanity has developed throughout history, physical strength has become less critical to our daily existence, but no less important to our lives. Our strength more than any other thing we possess, still determines the quality and the quantity of our time here in these bodies. Whereas previously our physical strength determined how much food we ate, and how warm and dry we stayed, it now merely determines how well we function in these new surroundings we have crafted for ourselves as our culture has accumulated. But we are still animals. Our physical existence is, in the final analysis, the only one that actually matters. A weak man is not as happy as the same man would be if he were strong. This reality is offensive to some people who would like the intellectual or spiritual to take precedence. It is instructive to see what happens to these very people as their squat strength goes up.
— Mark Rippetoe
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