Bodrum Gençlik Festivali
BGF'19 Başlıyor.... Konaklama Yapılacak Hotel: Jasmine Beach Bodrum Hotel
(Herşey Dahil Konsept Konaklama)
3 kişilik odada kişi basi 429 tl
2 kişilik odada kişi başı 449 tl 〰️ Ücrete Dahil Hizmetler ▪️ 4 Gün 3 Gece Konaklama
▪️ Sabah, Öğle, Akşam Yemekleri (Açık Büfe)
▪️ Tüm Ara Öğünler (Açık Büfe)
▪️ Sınırsız Alkollü ve Alkolsüz İçecekler 〰️ Etkinlikler > 3 gece Club Etkinliği 🎉
> After Party
> Beach Party ⛱️
> Tekne Turu ⛵️
Eğlence Paketi Ücreti: 80 tl
(3 Gece Club Ulaşım ve Girişleri, 1 Gün Özel Beach Party Ulaşım ve Girişleri ve Tekne turu öğle yemeği dahil) >Abdullah İnal
>Pascal Nouma >Hande Ünsal >Yasin Keleş >Öykü Serter
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Team Crash and Burn
2 1418 April, 2019
Leicht zu transportieren und überall verwendbar.
Als Trainingsgerät ist sie durchaus nützlich für: + Verletzungsprävention
+ Verbesserung der Rumpfkraft des "Cores"
+ Verbesserung der Explosivkraft
Nicht optimal aber durchaus auch für die aerobe Ausdauer, Maximalkraft oder auch Kraftausdauer nützlich.
Und das wichtigste ist, sie bietet durch eine vielfältige Übungsauswahl eine Menge Spaß fürs Training!
Aber auch bei der Kettlebell empfehlen wir: Technik vor Gewicht!
Fakten am Freit... ähm Donnerstag! Schöne Osterfeiertage wünschen wir Euch!
Zukünftig keine Brachfläche mehr: Im Hansator werden auf 6 Geschossen rund 28.000 m² BGF - das bedeutet Bruttogrundfläche - entstehen. Das sind über 4 Fußballfelder, auf denen sich die unterschiedlichen Nutzungen wie Wohnen, Hotel, Handel, Gastronomie und Fahrradgarage darstellen werden. Und das Ganze ohne den Verbrauch von wertvollen Grünflächen in der Stadt. Hierfür hat das Hansator sogar schon den polis Award gewonnen.
#VintageStyle | (Continued) George Jackson was born on September 23, 1941 in Chicago, Illinois. He spent time in California where he developed a fierce reputation on the streets for being a thug. In 1961 he was arrested for robbing a gas station and sentenced to one year in San Quentin State Prison. There, Jackson became political and began denouncing the harsh treatment of inmates by prison guards. He eventually involved himself in many conflicts between prisoners and prison guards, resulting in him receiving additional years on top of his original sentence. While in jail he co-founded the Black Guerilla Family. The BGF's goal was to fight for the rights of black prisoners and improve their conditions. In January of 1969, Jackson and another BGF co-founder, W.L. Nolen, were transferred from San Quentin State Prison to Soledad Prison. That same month a fight erupted on the prison yard between members of the BGF and the Aryan Brotherhood. Prison guards broke up the fight by taking aim at the BGF and shooting and killing W.L. Nolen. A furious George Jackson vowed revenge and got it four days later when prison guard John V. Mills was beaten and thrown from the third-floor of the prison to his death. Jackson and three other BGF members were charged with the crime -- a crime that, if convicted, would send them to the gas chamber. It's in this racially charged climate that Huey P. Newton begged his attorney, Fay Stender, to help and assist Jackson with his case. Fay agreed to help. She began handling Jackson's case and working hard to get his name and writings out to the public. Her goal was to turn Jackson into a prison celebrity the same way she had turn Huey P. Newton into one. And her plan started to work, too, because Jackson's books began flying off bookshelves nationwide. He became a prison celebrity overnight and won many admirers, including Angela Davis, who professed her love for him and vice versa. But Angela Davis wasn't the only woman Jackson was professing his love to -- Fay Stender was the other. And their secret love affair was about to turn deadly -- real deadly! To be continued....
#VintageStyle | (Continued) After the death of Jonathan Jackson, Angela Davis went on the run. She hid out in different motels until she was finally captured in October of 1970. While she admitted the guns Jonathan Jackson used belonged to her, she denied having any knowledge that Jonathan would use the guns to take hostages. Some people believed her side of the story. Others did not. A jury, however, found her not guilty of all charges and cleared her name. Angela Davis went on to live a happy and productive life, but the same, however, would not be said of her comrade and lover George Jackson. After the death of his brother, he became distant, even suicidal by some accounts. He would speak often about death -- his death in particular. And although he seemed to be at peace with the idea of dying, he made it clear that if he had to die, he wouldn't die alone. From the way he spoke, it was obvious that a day of reckoning was coming, and on August 21, 1971, that day of reckoning came. On that day a 9mm handgun was smuggled into San Quentin State Prison, where Jackson was being held as he awaited trial for the killing of John V. Mills. Who smuggled in the handgun remains a mystery to this day, but George Jackson was now armed. As he was being escorted back to his jail cell from the visiting room, he pulled out the handgun and pointed it at the heads of three prison guards. He demanded that they open up all the jail cells. The guards did. What followed next was so bloody and gory that I won't go into details; but when those jail cells opened and those inmates came out, it was a wrap for those prison guards. They were dead within a matter of minutes! Two white inmates were also killed as retribution. After the carnage, Jackson bolted from inside the prison out onto the yard. He attempted to run towards the prison wall but never made it. A guard on the tower took aim with his rifle and fired on Jackson, killing him instantly. And just like that, George Jackson was dead. But the organization he helped create was not (BGF). And they would, in due time, exact revenge for their fallen leader. To be continued...
69 2,18214 March, 2019
Last game ever at the armory tonight 😔 Pull up at 7 #BGF
7 6976 March, 2019
#VintageStyle | It happened suddenly -- so suddenly Fay Stender (pictured standing behind Huey P. Newton) could do nothing except obey the commands of the man who had broken into her home and now held a gun to her head. That man was Edward Glenn Brooks, a high-ranking member of the Northern California prison gang the "Black Guerilla Family." Brooks had tied up Fay's son, daughter and friend before forcing Fay into another room where he yelled at her angrily: "Why'd you do it, bitch?!" Nervously she responded: "Do what? I don't know what you're talking about." Brooks didn't respond -- just glared at her with rage in his eyes. Then... BANG! BANG! BANG! BANG! BANG! BANG! He pulled the trigger six times, shooting Fay at point-blank range as she collapsed to the floor and lost consciousness. But she didn't die. And it wouldn't take police long to figure out a motive for the shooting. They learned that the BGF had put a hit out on Fay for betraying their leader George Jackson (2nd pic). Jackson, who became an author while serving time in prison, rose to fame largely due to Fay, who was an attorney in the Bay area known for representing black prisoners. She had represented Huey P. Newton and helped win his freedom after he was accused of murdering an Oakland police officer in 1967. Now she represented George Jackson. Fay had encouraged Jackson to write down his experiences in prison, which he did. These writings became national best-selling books ("Blood in my Eye" and "Soledad Brother") after Fay used her contacts to get them published. But Fay was doing something an attorney should never do with a client -- she was sleeping with George Jackson. This error in judgement would prove disastrous and fatal for all parties involved. To be continued...