• do NOT go in there

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    PHOTOGRAPH

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    ANN MARGARET AND ELVIS PRESLEY 

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  • Farm Bus

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    Can we please try something else?

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    Supergirl by SugoiKate

    2 votes, average: 5.00 out of 52 votes, average: 5.00 out of 52 votes, average: 5.00 out of 52 votes, average: 5.00 out of 52 votes, average: 5.00 out of 5
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    Island by Piotr Dura

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    Guess we can just pray? Nothing else?

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    Olivia Munn

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    Support Cognitive Function With These 5 Lifestyle Changes

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    It is a common misconception that you will lose your ability to remember and learn new things as you grow older. On the contrary, the brain is a pliable organ capable of amazing adaptations. Certain lifestyle choices can help you harness that power and maintain neural networks that support learning and cognitive function. Here are five changes you can make right now to help support better memory and thought processes.

    1. Stay Connected To Others

    There is evidence that social isolation can cause persistent cognitive decline. On the other hand, maintaining strong social connections has been linked to retaining memory and cognitive function. Maximize these relationships by focusing on the quality of your connections to others.

    Your connections may not even be with people. If you are an introvert who loves animals, consider volunteering at a local animal shelter to build relationships with some four-legged friends. Consider rekindling old friendships that have faded with time if you prefer to be around people. You might also want to join a club centered around one of your interests to meet some new like-minded people.

    2. Eat a Balanced (Low Fat) Diet

    While there is a gap in existing research on how diet affects cognitive function, many medical professionals recommend a low-fat, plant-based diet to support overall health throughout later life stages. By choosing to focus on plant-based meals, you take in antioxidants, phytonutrients and healthy fats like Omega-3s that are believed to support healthy aging.

    Poor eating habits may result in lower levels of these nutrients. If you feel that applies to your dietary choices, consider adding brain health supplements to your daily routine. They may help support normal biological processes associated with aging.

    If you decide to improve your diet, check out the Mediterranean Diet for inspiration. It offers balanced meal options that incorporate plentiful nutrients without restricting any food groups. That makes it easy to follow and stick with long-term, which can contribute to success when adopting new habits.

    3. Learn Something New

    Another key to preserving cognitive function throughout your life is to continue learning. Luckily, technology makes it easy to actively engage with learning regardless of your location or ability to get around. Check out the array of free online courses available from places like Coursera and edX.

    Community colleges are excellent places to learn about academic subjects and general self-improvement skills. Many also offer physical education programs, which can help you stay active while learning how to perform new exercises. Some colleges and universities also allow older adults to audit classes for free. If getting a degree isn’t on your wish list, this is an excellent way to learn about a new topic.

    4. Get Up and Move

    Regular cardiovascular exercise optimizes blood flow throughout your body, including your brain. That may be why adults who remain physically active also tend to retain more cognitive abilities as they age. You don’t have to overdo it at the gym to get these benefits. Instead, try a few of these suggestions to get moving and encourage circulation:

    • Take a walk
    • Get outside and garden
    • Enjoy a round of golf (sans cart)
    • Join a senior-focused exercise class
    • Swim a few laps

    5. Get Enough Sleep

    Sadly, many American adults do not get enough sleep. There is a general belief that adults require fewer hours of sleep each night as they get older. However, several sleep experts have concluded that adults over 65 should aim for seven to eight hours of sleep each night. If you aren’t getting that on most nights, you may be living with sleep deprivation.

    Sleep deprivation can cause symptoms with potentially serious consequences. For example, you may struggle to maintain focus or pay attention, have difficulty learning or processing new information, or get confused easily, which mirrors cognitive decline.

    Although you can’t control it completely, you can influence how well your brain ages. Eating right, exercising regularly, learning new skills, staying connected to friends and family and getting enough sleep help support cognitive function later in life.

    “My time has come”

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    Rachel Weisz

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    Hailee Steinfeld

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    Pom Klementieff

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    Recent Comic Cover Updates For 2022-06-14

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    Click For The Comic Covers Uploaded This Week

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    TRUCK

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    Scarlett Johansson

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    Amasra – Turkey

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    Resistance 2

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    Resistance 2: Directed by Brian Hastings. With Troy Baker, David Boat, Emerson Brooks, Dan Brown. The Chimera have launched a full scale invasion on both the east and west coasts of the United States. Hale joins a special task force group put together by the SRPA, who are also resistant to the Chimera virus.

    Due to a fun quirk of how my day job is letting us work, I now have Mondays off, and I’ve decided that Mondays are going to be days that i work on my video game backlog, starting with the consoles that I’ve owned for years and years, but never really gotten around to playing. First up in my ps3, which I’ve had plugged in for about 9 years but have only played about 3 or 4 games on it, so I think I’ve used more power keeping it in standby than actually playing it. That’s changing one monday at a time! I’m planning on playing 1-5pm Eastern, so subscribe to be on twitch if you want to watch the shenanigans: www.twitch.tv/tgiokdi

    First game of this renewed PS3 push is “Resistance 2” a 2008 game that followed up the PS3 launch title “Resistance: Fall of Man” that was released just a couple years prior in 2006. Both of these games came out well after Halo and Halo 2, and have some strong influences but nothing that’s so noticeable that I would say there’s any plagiarism, just some weird coincidences, including the bullshit cliffhanger ending. It’s a solid enough shooter for the time period that I can see why it was as well received as it apparently was. I actually started playing the game back in July of 2015, got distracted by something and never got back to it until June of 2022, so nearly a full seven years later. Total game time was maybe 11 hours, so there really was no good reason to let it sit around all that time.

    My one big complaint is something that I’m not sure if it’s because I’m still not used to the PS controllers or what, but my left hand is killing me from holding down the run button for nearly the entire final level. No, it’s not left stick in like every modern game has done, but it’s holding down the left trigger, which on the PS controllers is a pretty heavily tensioned trigger.

    Want to see the play throughs? here’s the links, though I should warn you the first video has an hour of just one static image because I didn’t notice that the stupid video capture box I have was frozen, but you’ll get to hear me jabber for that entire time like an idiot:

    www.twitch.tv/videos/1496375866

    www.twitch.tv/videos/1502724219

    This isn’t photoshopped by the way, it’s the same day that I finished the game and wrote this review:

    Buy On Amazon!

    Via

    Very true

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    More Nurses are Needed! (1940s)

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    Jessica Watkins

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    Klingon Hair is So Luxurious

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    Manchester, England.

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