Lonesome autumn is out. It’s time to get sick, but how? How can you make sure to have enough time to stay home, feeling bad and listen to Lonesome Autumn? The secret key of a lonesome autumn. The secret key of The VALiens and thevaliens.com

There are times in which is nice to have a cold or  a flu. There are multiple reason for that. Skip work for example is one of the most common ones. But sometimes is simply nice to stay under the covers, with a natural status of dizziness. Being mellow and not able to coordinate arms and legs as you wish is also another appreciated fact by many people.

Eat tobacco or tobacco place under the armpits, but also drink an infusion of tobacco (the tobacco goes to great). Alternatively go to sleep with two bars of soap under the armpits. One good method is of course running with toothpaste under the eyes.

Several managers every morning make a cold cold shower and dry off with the full power airco system pointed on a naked, wet back.

For those who have a query really terrible around also recommend to eat a raw potato. Why not.

If you really have no time to lose, you can still grab a handkerchief of someone who is sick and rub it on yourself (or you can try to “sniff it” or, if you are desperate just eat it)

Eating chalk powder or otherwise put on your toothpaste on the lip (internal and external) and fill the air mouth and go to the balcony. (in short sleeves and shorts maybe).

Did you finally get sick?

Enjoy now a real Lonesome autumn.

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Powdered milk or dried milk is a manufactured dairy product made by evaporating milk to dryness. One purpose of drying milk is to preserve it; milk powder has a far longer shelf life than liquid milk and does not need to be refrigerated, due to its low moisture content.Another purpose is to reduce its bulk for economy of transportation. Powdered milk and dairy products include such items as dry whole milk, nonfat dry milk, dry buttermilk, dry whey products and dry dairy blends. Many dairy products exported conform to standards laid out in Codex Alimentarius. currently exist types of artificial milk which have characteristics quite similar to breast milk, not only as regards the amount of basic nutritional substances (proteins, fats, carbohydrates, minerals, vitamins), but also for the quality of nutrients contained in it.

However, there are some rules that must be respected, if the mother decides to breastfeed her son to the bottle. What should ensure an ideal milk. “A good milk should not only allow the best somatic growth of the child, but should also encourage the development of his intellectual capacity, increase resistance to infectious agents, prevent certain ailments (such as allergies, diarrhea, constipation), for which certain nutrients may be a causative factor “What kind of milk to choose from. “In the first six months of life, regardless of any type of predisposition to certain diseases (such as allergies), artificial milk to give the baby formula is adapted, identified with the number 1, the composition of which look to be the most similar as possible to that of human milk, “

 

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That Nigel Mansell was an eccentric driver there were no doubt, but check out in this historical footage what happened as soon as he found out a Ferrari mechanic was listening to Lonesome autumn, the new album of The VALiens.

In the meantime, if you also want to go completely nuts and enjoy the long lonesome autumn, well..

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The New Jersey Juvenile Justice Commission (JJC) understands
that gangs and gang related activities impact every community in
our State. The JJC works with schools, community organizations
and other law enforcement agencies to combat juvenile street
gangs and help young people succeed.
The JJC has responded with a comprehensive program that
addresses youth gangs at all levels. With funding from the NJ
Department of Education, the JJC has developed a cutting-edge
education curriculum, entitled Phoenix, that corresponds with the NJ
Core Curriculum Standards.0a0a0MFM-ThugLifeChooseMFM2This course can be tailored for youth in secure and residential

programs, as well as county-operated detention centers and

community-based programs. The workbook-based lessons
provide structure and support, and clearly identify the progress
of participants. The most important goal of the curriculum is
developing self-efficacy skills, thereby allowing juveniles to
understand how to react to risky situations, and to think through
their actions and responses to avoid future gang involvement.
To expand its reach, the JJC is forming partnerships with
communities to train others in the Phoenix curriculum. The JJC
is also coordinating with the county offices of probation, as well as
the police departments, to build a “safety net” of resources for
youth in the community. 101_2482_2
Experienced JJC staff are available to conduct workshops.
One-day training sessions can be adapted to meet an audience’s
specific needs and information level.

The New Jersey Juvenile Justice Commission (JJC) understands
that gangs and gang related activities impact every community in
our State. The JJC works with schools, community organizations
and other law enforcement agencies to combat juvenile street
gangs and help young people succeed.
The JJC has responded with a comprehensive program that
addresses youth gangs at all levels. With funding from the NJ
Department of Education, the JJC has developed a cutting-edge
education curriculum, entitled Phoenix, that corresponds with the NJ
Core Curriculum Standards.
This course can be tailored for youth in secure and residential
programs, as well as county-operated detention centers and
community-based programs. The workbook-based lessons
provide structure and support, and clearly identify the progress
of participants. The most important goal of the curriculum is
developing self-efficacy skills, thereby allowing juveniles to
understand how to react to risky situations, and to think through
their actions and responses to avoid future gang involvement.
To expand its reach, the JJC is forming partnerships with
communities to train others in the Phoenix curriculum.

706 The JJC is also coordinating with the county offices of probation, as well as
the police departments, to build a “safety net” of resources for
youth in the community.
Experienced JJC staff are available to conduct workshops.
One-day training sessions can be adapted to meet an audience’s
specific needs and information level.

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About Locorotondo

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Locorotondo is a small town in the region of Puglia in southern Italy. It is situated between Martina Franca and Alberobello in the Valle d’Itria, a green stretch of countryside dotted with the famous whitewashed cone-roofedtrulli houses. It is officially one of the Borghi più belli d’Italia, the most beautiful villages in Italy. As well as its picturesque appearance the town is also known for its wine production. The town lies in the Province of Bari.

Things to see in Locorotondo

Locorotondo doesn’t really have any specific tourist attractions; the town itself is the main sight. It’s just a pleasant place to spend an hour or two wandering, taking photographs and sitting at cafe tables. If you are touring by car, it makes a nice peaceful stop, and its location on a railway line means that public transport travellers too can easily break a journey here.

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The historic part of town – the centro storico – is circular and perched on top of a hill. It’s a whitewashed maze of little lanes lined with historic buldings, some humble and faded, others retaining rather grand baroque archways and architectural details. As well as the little rural trulli houses, which you can see outside Locorotondo, this area is also notable for another unusual type of building. These are houses with pointed gable roofs – uncommmon in Italy – called cummerse. You’ll see whitewashed examples of these in Locorotondo’s tightly-packed centro storico. It’s a pretty and well-cared-for centre, with flower pots ornamenting external stone staircases and balconies.

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Piazza Vittorio Emanuele, at the top of the hill (see our directions from the railway station below), is the nearest thing to a busy hub in the old town. It is a small square with a cafe and a tourist information office where you can pick up maps and leaflets. Opposite is a little park with views over the countryside below.

There are a few churches to visit in Locorotondo, although you may be unlucky – as we were – and find some closed. One of the most notable is the attractive Romanesque Chiesa della Madonna della Greca which dates to the twelfth or thirteenth century, and has a central rose window.

A panoramic street encircles part of the hilltop town centre, and offers great views over the Valle d’Itria. A patchwork of field, vineyard and olive grove is dotted with the cone-shaped roofs oftrulli houses and farms. If you have a hire car, you may well have explored some of the quiet rural roads of the area. If you are depending on public transport, Locorotondo offers a good chance for close-up views of the countryside. It’s possible to wander down little lanes from the town centre and find yourself between fields in a matter of minutes, with picturesque views back to Locorotondo on its hill. Although the little trains afford good views, we appreciated this chance to see the countryside at more leisure – until we were scared by aggressive guard dogs, anyway. Watch out for both dogs and speeding traffic on the narrow lanes outside town.

Locorotondo hedges its bets with two patron saints. San Giorgio (St. George) is celebrated with a market fair on the 22nd and 23rd April, and San Rocco (St. Roch) is awarded a day of musical celebrations (called la Diana) finishing off with fireworks on the 16th August.

Locorotondo wine

Cantina-del-Locorotondo-white-wine-tasting-300x223Locorotondo is known for its wine, which you’ll find in restaurants throughout the Puglia region. The principal wine produced locally is white and lightly sparkling. It’s cheap and decent; certainly good enough to take home to your holiday trullo for an evening drink. There are also local reds and other whites, still and sparkling.

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The main wine producer is a historic co-operative called the Cantina Sociale del Locorotondo. It dates to the 1930s, and managed to obtain a prized DOC classification for the local white wine in 1969. The headquarters are on Via Madonna della Catena, across the railway just below town – it’s close to the station so is handy for train travellers. It sells directly to the public, so you can wander in to taste the different wines and buy cheap bottles either singly or in bulk. An isolated trullo sits in the middle of the car park, with more smartened-up trulli down a lane alongside.

Locorotondo travel

The principal airports for Puglia are Bari and Brindisi, both served by budget airlines from the United Kingdom. Locorotondo is on a little regional railway line, operated by a company called FSE, and can be reached by direct train from Bari, around 50 miles away. Note that the train service is replaced by buses on Sundays.

The railway station is outside the main part of town, on the plain. It is only a short walk to reach the historic heart of town. From the front of the station walk to your right along Via Martiri della Liberta. Then turn left on the main road, Via Madonna della Catena. Continue walking up this road until you reach Piazza Aldo Moro, where the town hall is situated. Then take the road to the right, Corso XX Settembre, which leads up to Piazza Vittorio Emanuele and thecentro storico.

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Around Locorotondo

Locorotondo is conveniently-placed for exploring the rest of the Valle d’Itria, and it is on the little FSE railway line between the more famous destinations of Martina Franca and Alberobello (each town is just a few minutes’ train ride away). It combines well with these towns as part of a tour either by car or train. We visited Locorotondo as part of a day trip from Alberobello, combining it with a longer visit to Martina Franca. Other sights in the area include the show-caves at Castellana Grotte, and the ‘white towns’ of Ostuni and Cisternino.

Countryside trullo outside LocorotondoView over countryside from Locorotondo

Locorotondo accommodation

If you are travelling around Puglia by public transport, you’ll probably find Alberobello or Martina Franca more practical for overnight stays, with more transport, restaurant and shopping options. Those driving hire-cars, on the other hand, will probably be tempted by some of Puglia’s lovely countryside accommodation. If, however, you fancy spending a night in this charming litttle town, you can sleep below the pointed gables of Locorotondo in one of the mini-apartments of Sotto le Cummerse, an albergo diffuso (‘scattered hotel’).

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Vitantonio Liuzzi, hometown hero.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Human poo can be a tricky one!

 

Fabric

1. Pretreat or soak in warm water with a laundry product containing enzymes.

2. Launder, using chlorine bleach, if safe for the fabric, or oxygen bleach.

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Upholstery

1. Mix one tablespoon of liquid hand dishwashing detergent with two cups of cool water.

2. Using a clean white cloth, sponge the stain with the detergent solution.

3. Blot until the liquid is absorbed.

4. Repeat Steps 2 and 3 until the stain disappears or is no longer absorbed into the cloth.

5. If the stain remains, use an eye dropper to apply hydrogen peroxide, and then apply a drop or two of ammonia.

6. Sponge with cold water and blot dry.

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Carpet

1. Mix one tablespoon of liquid hand dishwashing detergent and one tablespoon of white vinegar with two cups of warm water.

2. Using a clean white cloth, sponge the stain with the detergent/vinegar solution.

3. Blot until the liquid is absorbed.

4. Repeat Steps 2 and 3 until the stain disappers or is no longer absorbed into the cloth.

5. If the stain remains, use an eye dropper to apply hydrogen peroxide, and then apply a drop or two of ammonia.

6. Sponge with cold water and blot dry.

 

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Sherlock Holmes enters his drawing room to find it being burgled, but on confronting the villain is surprised when the latter disappears. Holmes initially attempts to ignore the event by lighting a cigar, but upon the thief’s reappearance, Holmes tries to reclaim the sack of stolen goods, drawing a pistol from his dressing gown pocket and firing it at the intruder, who disappears. After Holmes recovers his property, the bag vanishes from his hand into that of the thief, who promptly disappears through a window. At this point the movie ends abruptly with Holmes looking “baffled”.

The earliest known film featuring Sherlock Holmes was produced for showing in Mutoscope machines in amusement arcades. Running time: 30 seconds. The production date was 26th April 1900.

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The Ombalantu baobab tree, known also as a Tree of Life or Omukwa waaMbalantu, is a giant Baobab tree, an Adansonia species, situated in Outapi in the north of Namibiaon the Main Road 123 from Tsandi. It is 28 metres (92 ft) tall, 26.5 metres (87 ft) in diameter, and estimated to be 800 years old.

‘The tree of life’ or the ‘Upside down tree’ are just some of the names used to describe a tree, which not only awes with it’s sheer size and odd look, but also offers shelter to animals and people, tools such as rope and cloth, medicine and nutrition.

The by-names differ from tribe to tribe, country to region, and is a clear sign that this tree, despite it’s awkward look and formiddable size, is one of the most beloved features of the African bush, and it’s most useful.

The tree trunk has a door going onto it and can accommodate about 35 people. It has served as a chapel, post office, house, and a hiding site during various stages of Namibian history. Today the tree is a tourist attraction, known under the name Ombalantu Baobab Tree Heritage Site. Since December 2004the site features a display of its history and role in the Owambo community, as well as the history of the Namibian struggle for independence

 

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