Military Police- Tactical porta potty clearing house
There is a luck girl on video. Her rank is specialist in Military.
Military Police- Tactical porta potty clearing house
1. I don’t know about all this. Although I’m married to an Asian woman, lately I’ve seen quite a few white women coming here as tourists and many of them are really hot. Anyway, Asian women definitely aren’t any better than white women.
2. Not always, but citizenship rights are definitely a fringe benefit that is included in the package. Obviously Asian women will much more likely marry a guy if his package includes this fringe benefit.
3.I think its because of just general attraction and the fact that the majority of Asian women are actively seeking out white men. Its pretty common knowledge at this point and white guys are taking advantage (not in a bad way). From people I’ve asked the most common answer is “the exoticism” of Asian girls are the most attractive feature. And most of these said women are Asian American and they just simply don’t find their male counterparts attractive. Also status is important to them and Asian men don’t fit in at all within mainstream youth culture. One can superficially see what type of person a white guy is based on the context of pop culture. I know this is more than you asked for but basically my point is that its an assumed mutual attraction between white guys and Asian girls that is now part of our cultural fabric. Well I wouldn’t worry about “losing” white guys to all the asian girls. Its like the white girl black guy phenomenon.
4.I live in Los Angeles, Ca and the volume of straight white males with Asian women is truly amazing. It is almost an epidemic. Almost all day everyday, all I see is white male / Asian female couples. If it is a straight white male over the age of 16, an Asian female is usually attached. I think that Asian women have an obsession about and with whiteness and to a lesser extent view themselves and Asian men as inferior. I think white men go for Asian women because of the sexy girlish appeal that Asian women have. Asian women tend to have a stronger family and social values than some non-Asian women. Asian women don’t have an attitude problem like some non-Asian women. It just seems very odd to see one group not date and marry their own in such larger numbers. However, I think that Asian women are smarter and more logical than non-Asian women.
5. You could call that the “Media Hype” phenomenon. It is obvious that interracial mixing is being encourage and promoted- especially in the US and a handful of other Western countries. I’ve also noticed that during TV programmes where their is a large audience, the cameramen will often search throughout the audience to try to find an interracial couple to target because that, evidently, is the “in” (or PC) thing to do- despite the fact that throughout the audience of perhaps 500 people there might be 4 or 5 interracial couples. The reality is that interracial relationships aren’t really that common, and the interracial relationships that you claim to be so popular in the US aren’t all that. In fact, what few their are there seem to be faddish, and like all fads, will eventually fizzle out.
6.I am sex Asian guy..I do find is great that white guys couple with Asian girls.. they all loom happy with each other, especially the girls…i found some quite avg looking Asians girls so lucky to be with some handsome white guys its great that there is these coupling of gene white/Asian, is the best..it give beautiful babies ;)) best of both world.
7.Asian ladies are not submissive, but respectful of their mates in public. They can and often do disagree with their men behind closed doors. Also, Asian women tend to get just as much as their white counterparts, perhaps more. They just learned thousands of years ago that one can get more with honey than with vinegar! I have been married to an Asian lady for more than 10 years now and couldn’t be happier. Truth is that I don’t see her as Asian, but my wife that I love.
8.I’m an Asian woman with a white man and we have 2 kids together. I asked him why is he attracted to Asian women? He has dated all types of women and ends up in relationships with Asian women. He said that (1)most non Asian women are easy (2) they gossip way too much (3) they are materialistic.
“Gangnam Style” (Korean: 강남스타일, IPA: [kaŋnam sɯtʰail]) is a K-pop single by the South Korean musician PSY. The song was released in July 2012 as the lead single of his sixth studio album PSY 6 (Six Rules), Part 1, and debuted at number one on South Korea’s Gaon Chart. On December 21, 2012, “Gangnam Style” became the first YouTube video to reach a billion hits on the Internet. As of February 10, 2013, the music video has been viewed over 1.324 billion times on YouTube, and it is the site’s most watched video after surpassing Justin Bieber’s single “Baby.”
The phrase “Gangnam Style” is a Korean neologism that refers to a lifestyle associated with the Gangnam District of Seoul. The song and its accompanying music video went viral in August 2012 and haveinfluenced popular culture worldwide since then. “Gangnam Style” received mixed to positive reviews, with praise going to its catchy beat and PSY’s amusing dance moves (which themselves have become a phenomenon) in the music video and during live performances in various locations around the world. In September 2012, “Gangnam Style” was recognized by Guinness World Records as the most “liked” video on YouTube. It subsequently won Best Video at the MTV Europe Music Awards held later that year. It became a source of parodies and reaction videos by many different individuals, groups and organizations while also inspiring dance mobs in Paris, Rome, and Milan, with tens of thousands of participants each. On New Year’s Eve 2012, more than one million people witnessed a live “Gangnam Style” performance in Times Square, New York City, featuring PSY and rapper MC Hammer; as well as in front of the Brandenburg Gate in Berlin.
By the end of 2012, the song had topped the music charts of more than 30 countries including Australia, Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Russia, Spain, and the United Kingdom. Although its reception in Japan remained lukewarm, “Gangnam Style” topped China’s Baidu 500 download list and was labelled by state-controlled media as having a “divine melody.”
As the song continued to rapidly gain popularity and ubiquity, its signature dance moves were attempted by many notable political leaders such as the British Prime Minister David Cameron, U.S. President Barack Obama, and United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-Moon, who hailed it as a “force for world peace”. Its influence on political activism was exemplified by the short film Gangnam for Freedom, produced by the British sculptor Anish Kapoor to advocate the freedom of expression with the support of various human rights organisations such as Index on Censorship and Amnesty International. According to the United Nations’ news division, PSY has become an “international sensation” through his song “Gangnam Style”.
Despite the traffic, I actually snagged a taxi quickly, by offering an off-duty cabby twenty dollars. Stuck in Central Park traffic during the crosstown pilgrimage to Dr. Forest’s funky West Side office, I could not stop thinking about my vacation, because I have bought air ticket on Expedia for Miami. I am going to plan one week vacation with my friends. Every year, I wish I could go to somewhere for vacation, I’ve save money for this vacation, it could make me relax and enjoyably, I do not need think how to treat customer anyway, and just do what you wanna do.
Jennifer Lawrence is congratulated after winning the lead actress Oscar. (Robert Gauthier, Los Angeles Times / February 24, 2013)
It’s hard to believe that it was only two years ago that Jennifer Lawrence, at 20, was in the running for her first Oscar. As Ree in “Winter’s Bone,” Lawrence cut a swath through the bloody Ozark mountains that no one will soon forget. The film, and her Oscar nomination, was an extraordinary coming-out party.
Just as hard to believe that in such a short time — and seven films later — Lawrence is back for another round. This time with the win, taking home an Oscar for her off-kilter and impossibly energetic young widow in “Silver Linings Playbook.” To breathe life into Tiffany — feisty, funny and fractured — Lawrence cut a different kind of swath. And yet another as Katniss the invincible in “The Hunger Games,” though the Oscar doesn’t officially credit that, or “X-Men,” “Like Crazy” or the rest of her good work.
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She may have stumbled briefly on her way to the stage, but those moments are rare. It was as if the academy wanted to recognize the entire range and depth of her work, remarkable for one so young. There is a fierceness that runs through all of her performances that is refreshingly brash.
As strangely charming, as authentic, as original as her “Silver Linings” turn was, it still feels as if Lawrence is only beginning to come into her power as an actress.
I’m not convinced hers was “the” performance of the year. Did she deserve to win? Yes. But I have a suspicion that the best is yet to come.