10 признаков того, что скоро новый год 😆
Пользуясь случаем, хочу предупредить: в связи с предновогодним ажиотажем немного увеличатся сроки изготовления индивидуальных заказов: на данный момент сроки составляют 4-6 рабочих дней. Время комплектации заказов по каталогу остаётся тем же: 1-3 рабочих дня 😊
Позаботьтесь заранее о заказе заготовочек, напишите Лаззерке о своих желаниях ))
I'm pleased to announce that we're #expecting#newbaby
The 25mm & 38mm have been together for a while now and thought it was time for a new addition to the family.
We'll be dipping into the #stagparty#henparty sector now, with fully personalised badges
All of our Junior Kickers classes (2.5yrs - 3.5yrs) will be working towards their Physical Literacy Badge this quarter (presented in last week of the year). To earn this badge, the Junior Kickers in this age group will need to demonstrate good discipline and etiquette, demonstrate a wide variety of movements (running, walking backwards, accelerating) and show they are able to demonstrate basic techniques for goal scoring!
We can’t wait for everyone to earn this badge, keep working towards it, only 5 more weeks!
0 52 hours ago
곧 텀블벅 업로드 예정입니다! 많은 관심 부탁드립니다😀😀
1 132 hours ago
DAY 98 “Awe”: There’s a video I watched today that made me cry, smile, and get goose bumps. It’s a 5 minute clip of 66 year old bodybuilder, William Reed, seeing new colors for the first time.
His wife or sister films a colorblind William, who saunters out onto the front porch as his family sings “Happy Birthday” and bats balloons at him. He’s gruff, hiding any sort of emotion behind a thick, walrus mustache.
He slowly unwraps his birthday present and opens it, confused by what he pulls out. Sunglasses? Then he puts them on.
At first, he just quietly stands there, in total shock. Then, he begins sobbing, with complete disregard for what the rest of his body is doing. He spins in circles, gasping at the colors in the balloons and flowers, swinging his arms at sides like a 6 year old kid on Christmas morning.
The glasses brought out hues he couldn’t see before differentiating colors and increasing vibrancy and saturation. Non colorblind people can see up to 7 billion hues. People with red-green colorblindness can see anywhere from 10,000 – 100,000.
I watched other videos showing what that’s like. Everything was portrayed in a faded, sepia tone. All because the ratio of light signals sent to the brain for interpretation are skewed.
Yet even those of us with full color, 20/20 vision have limits to our perception. We can make tools and run tests that help give us an idea of what ultraviolet light looks light. But we can’t see it with our own eyes. We’re precluded from a view of the fullness of reality because we’re human. No matter how much you or I want to know what the Universe is like for a bat, we won’t be able to. We’re confined to our perspective.
In “The Allegory of The Cave”, the philosopher Plato famously compared our condition to being chained up in a cave, facing a wall. All your concepts of the world would be based on the flickering shadows projected by a light up on the cave wall.