OK Go is a band that became famous from the music video portion of that else. Now, they exploring other creative avenues, including a new app that about words instead of music.The band has entered the app space with its inaugural effort,Say the Same Thing. Similar to the improv game, Mindmeld, Say the Same Thing gives users a chance to play a word game, either with a friend or without (see the new video below for an entertaining demo of the game, which sees players saying a random word then saying other words that connect those two words until they, of course, say the same thing).
Announcing the end of his playing career, Van Damme posted on Instagram: “It’s a wrap!!! I’m officially retiring from professional football/soccer. It was a hard call to make as well as an easy one as my kids were always priority in my choices. As I promised them not to go too far away anymore, there was nothing close enough or interesting enough that came up and that’s okay.
“It was my first infatuation.” They spoke about their lives, their plans for the future. He wanted to become an engineer. She had no idea what awaited her when she returned to Brazil.. 50430 REVISED Consideration of a demolition permit to demolish or relocate seven residential buildings, and conditional uses to construct two four story mixed use buildings with 2,800 square feet of commercial space and 54 apartments, and approve a planned multi use site with seven buildings, including five residences with 13 total units on property addressed as 717 753 E. Johnson Street; 2nd Ald. Dist..
A rising tide floats all boats. Exhibit will include several species of animals, including sharks, stingrays, fish and a variety of marine invertebrates like sea stars, crabs and anemones. It will replicate a mangrove shoreline, which is a tidal ecosystem found in tropical estuaries and lagoons complete with the replication of natural lighting cycles in late spring of 2020..
Would recognize Israel’s sovereignty over the disputed Golan Heights, a major shift in American policy. A Florida man, Cesar Sayoc, pleaded guilty to sending pipe bombs to CNN and prominent critics of President Donald Trump in the days before the 2018 midterm elections; no one was harmed. (Sayoc was later sentenced to 20 years in prison by a judge who concluded that the bombs were not designed to explode.) Facebook acknowledged that it had left hundreds of millions of user passwords readable by its employees for years, storing them in readable plain text.