The Politician’s Smile

The Seeker's Dungeon

The politician’s smile, so beautiful in its wretchedness, like a “total Monet” it lures us in only to let us down.  Molded in, at least part, by self-interest it is a heavy chisel which defines our fate.  Victimizer, victim, or solution, the role we play may change from day to day, but the question remains the same: what are we willing to pay to ensure our security over that of our sisters and brothers?

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Movies !

This is a list of movies Angela saw during Christmas break.

1. Zombieland (funny movie, a little bit short though)

2. Pride and prejudice (cute)

3.  This is the end (silly one)

4. Lone ranger (amazing!)

5.  Pacific rim (i have seen only half of the movie but it seemed interesting)

6. Cloud atlas (mixed feelings)

7. Great Gatsby (i have seen only half of the movie but it seemed interesting)

8. Frozen (absolutely cute)

9. After earth (awful )

10.   Hobbit (huge, but loved it!)

11. The green hornet (pretty cool!)

 

Apparently Angela spent almost every night of her vacations watching movies…

 

The next list is the list of movies Nancy wants to see.

1. Great Gatsby

2. Catching fire

3.Zombieland

4 . Percy Jackson and the sea of monsters

5. The wolf of wall street

6. Cloud atlas

7.  Frozen

8. Gravity

9. Ender’s game

10. Brave

Nancy hopes to find time in order to see them.

 

Angela&Nancy

Hot Air Balloon

On November 21, 1783, in Paris, France, the first untethered manned flight was performed by Jean-François Pilâtre de Rozier andFrançois Laurent d’Arlandes in a hot air balloon created on December 14, 1782 by the Montgolfier brothers.

What is a Hot Air Balloon?  A hot air balloon consists of a bag called the envelope that is capable of containing heated air. Suspended beneath is a gondola orwicker basket (in some long-distance or high-altitude balloons, a capsule), which carries passengers and (usually) a source of heat, in most cases an open flame. How it works? The heated air inside the envelope makes it buoyant since it has a lower density than the relatively cold air outside the envelope. But hot air balloons, as with all aircrafts, cannot fly beyond the atmosphere. 

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We’ve never been in a Hot Air Balloon. but it’s on our list…

 

Angela&Nancy

 

Places you should see before you die

1.Greek Islands, Greece

There is no accurate information on just how many islands there actually are in Greece. There have been estimations as low as 1,200 and some as high as 6,000. The largest however would be Crete at 3,219 square miles.

2.Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe, Africa

If cruises, bungee jumping, kayaking or rafting sound like something you’d like to pursue, you’re going to love Zimbabwe.

3.Rome, Italy

You can visit the coliseum while it’s still standing, the Sistine chapel and many other natural man-made historic buildings in the area. Also, make sure to visit the Vatican while you’re here.

4.Hong Kong, China

There’s a Disneyland here as well. Also, take an aerial view of the walled city that was supposed to be a military fort originally.

5.Northern Lights, Norway, Canada, Iceland

The Northern Lights are one of the most beautiful and natural views that nature has ever created. They come around during certain seasons, so plan your vacation around those times if you plan on seeing them.

6.Taj Mahal, India 

7.Tibet, Himalayas

Some of the most scenic mountain views and hiking locations reside here.

8.Chichen Itza, Mexico

While here, you HAVE to visit some of the pyramids here including the Xichen Valladolid and the Chichen Itza.

9.Giza, Egypt

The obvious and main attraction here would be the Giza Pyramid and the Sphinx.

10.Outer Space, Virgin Galactic

Through Virgin Galactic, you can actually book a spot to go into space. However, it’s nowhere near cheap. It starts at $20,000 and goes up to $1 million depending on the type of trip you’re looking to get.

Angela&Nancy