SOCIAL media users are mocking a a BBC headline that looked like it was quoting the two-day-old royal baby. Twitter piled in when the BBC News account shared a story about Kate Middleton that read: "Royal baby: 'New mums have so much unnecessary pressure". Users joked that the still-unnamed tot was very eloquent for a newborn - and praised the BBC for getting a rare exclusive. One sniggered: "Fair play to the BBC for getting a quote out of the royal baby." Another smirked: "Speaking after a day. Quantum mechanics by the weekend. A third user quipped: "What's it's thoughts on Brexit?" Latest arrival to the Royal Family wows the world as the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge show off their new Prince MOST READ IN NEWS'IT'S DISGUSTING' Alfie Evans hospital ‘on lockdown amid calls to storm building’ IN THE DOGhouse Pregnant Pippa Middleton booted out of Tesco for taking dogs in store 'A RUBBISH FATHER' Single mum's brutal open letter to dad who won't pay Child Maintenance PICKERING … [Read more...] about BBC royal baby headline mocked for looking like a quote from the new arrival
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THESE stunning skyscraper designs offer a shimmering glimpse of what our skylines could look like in the future. Submitted to a prestigious architecture contest, they include a foldable building for disaster zones, a post-apocalyptic haven and a vertical city over a volcano. The annual award was set up in 2006 by eVolo magazine to recognise "visionary ideas". They want projects that "challenge the way we understand vertical architecture and its relationship with the natural and built environments". First place was awarded to Skyshelter.zip, designed by Damian Granosik, Jakub Kulisa, and Piotr PaAczyk from Poland. Inspired by origami, it is a foldable skyscraper which can be easily transported and deployed in disaster zones. Tony Leung from Hong Kong was second with his Japanese Shinto Shrine, an urban farming skyscraper. With rice paddies for roofs, his ambitious design seeks to combine modern living with more traditional Japanese pursuits. In third was Claudio Araya Arias, from Chile, … [Read more...] about Mobile skyscrapers, printed buildings and homes above volcanoes reveal the high life of the future
"I lost everything. I lost my health. I became diabetic, addicted to alcohol and suffered from depression," she tells The Local. "I had two daughters aged six and eight years old and I basically had a nervous breakdown.I lost my relationship with my partner. I couldn't take care of my children and I can't tell you how upsetting that was to me." Belinda Mullinix (pictured in centre below with her two daughters) believes the accountant, the property owner and the barmaid who sued her for lost wages, who were all British expats, were all in on the stitch up. For Helen Wood the impact of losing their savings to a rogue tradesman was similarly distressing. "I felt so guilty. I was heartbroken and it still upsets me," says Helen, who lost over €11,000. "We had worked so hard for that money. And it was like someone had held us up at gunpoint and stolen our life savings." "There was anger and embarrassment. I thought I had done the right thing and I was ashamed of what had … [Read more...] about How foreigners in France fall victim to being conned by fellow expats
In case you plan to buy a new conservatory these days, or if you are getting the roof of your house replaced, then how can you calculate the cost that would involve in the project? The budget to install conservatory, as a matter of fact, involves a number of factors. Certain aspects might help you to cut down on your overall estimation, while there are also factors that might make you make you pay extra. Here’s insight to help you get started. #1: Size Matters A bigger conservatory would inevitably come dearer to that of its standard sized counterparts. In case your room has no conservatory at all and you are going to build it for the very first time, then make sure that you have a well-chalked plan on how large you want it to be. #2: What’s Its Shape? The shape of the roof of your conservatory has much to do with the amount of money that you will need to shell out. If you want to go the economical way, then a traditional lean-to variety might suit you … [Read more...] about What Affects The Cost Of Installing Your Conservatory Roof?
In this article I’d like to cover the premise of movement dysfunctionality, how movement dysfunctionality negatively impacts the entire body’s operation, and why corrective exercise must be employed appropriately in the resolution of any movement dysfunctionality, irrespective of the client’s transient health, fitness, performance, or aesthetic goals. To begin, in using the term “corrective exercise,” I am referring to the aggregate system employed to correct and resolve virtually any imbalance, obstruction, muddling, inappropriateness, failure, or dysfunction within the client’s collective complex relating to movement of the body (including the sensorimotor system, fascial and extracellular matrices, and the body’s gamut of electromagnetic fields). Far too often, almost any idea even relating to corrective exercise is dismissed or scoffed at by personal trainers, physical therapists, and strength and conditioning coaches due to the … [Read more...] about Movement dysfunction, corrective exercise, and holistic health