October 18, 2012




Hello, everyone.







8:29 Los Angeles / 12:29 Rio de Janeiro / 17:29 Paris / 20:29 Mumbai / 00:29 Tokyo


Told you so.













@CIA - Come on Sirs, send me the crazy for me, or a fricking salary.

watching S01E08 tonight















See the sunny 1969.


Red lips





























Well said, Spanx; you didn’t had to care, and she knows why.


Thx, buddy. That’s my dog.





























Presidential Document


Blind Americans Equality Day, 2012


Proclamation 8889 of October 15, 2012


As business leaders and public advocates, teachers and scientists, musicians and athletes, and in countless other ways, blind and visually impaired Americans have profoundly enriched every part of our national life. Today, we celebrate their innumerable contributions, and we recommit to guaranteeing equal access, equal opportunity, and equal respect for all Americans.


My Administration is working to ensure people with disabilities have full access to the education, information, and job training they need. Over the past year, we have continued to implement the 21st Century Communications and Video Accessibility Act, which makes it easier for people who are deaf, blind, or visually impaired to take advantage of today's cutting-edge technologies—including home and mobile broadband. As part of that implementation, the Federal Communications Commission has established video description standards for television stations that help ensure programming is accessible for blind and visually impaired Americans. And in keeping with the promise of equal access to technology under Section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act, the Department of Justice reported last month on our progress toward making Federal resources fully accessible and offered new recommendations to further improve compliance throughout the Federal Government.


We are also striving to open new pathways for blind and visually impaired Americans to pursue careers in all fields, including science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM). To provide more opportunities for students to achieve in math and science classes, the Department of Education is promoting effective learning materials for blind and visually impaired students. This year, the White House honored 14 individuals, including several who are blind, as Champions of Change for their work to expand educational and employment opportunities for people with disabilities in STEM fields. Their example affirms that when the playing field is level, people with disabilities are equally capable of excelling in these economically vital professions.


When the American people have the chance to succeed, we can achieve extraordinary things. Today, we renew our commitment to innovative projects and initiatives that will propel us further toward full access, inclusion, and opportunity for blind and visually impaired Americans.


By joint resolution approved on October 6, 1964 (88, as amended), the Congress designated October 15 of each year as “White Cane Safety Day” to recognize the contributions of Americans who are blind or have low vision. Today, let us recommit to strengthening our Union and ensuring we remain a Nation where all our people, including those living with disabilities, have every opportunity to achieve their dreams.


NOW, THEREFORE, I, BARACK OBAMA, President of the United States of America, by virtue of the authority vested in me by the Constitution and the laws of the United States, do hereby proclaim October 15, 2012, as Blind Americans Equality Day. I call upon public officials, business and community leaders, educators, librarians, and Americans across thecountry to observe this day with appropriate ceremonies, activities, and programs.


IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand this fifteenth day of October, in the year of our Lord two thousand twelve, and of the Independence of the United States of America the two hundred and thirty-seventh.



[Federal Register Document. 2012-25867

Filed October 17, 2012; 11:15 am]

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A salary because, I visibly use my Intelligence to help the country.



And, It’s important to be in love. I mean, I love Lauren with all my heart but, at the

end of the day… am alone. You could be surprised someday to realize that I changed the world because

I was in love. Super in love. Because to be super in love, that’s what Superman do. Love is Almighty.








to save the world.




















break : 6:30pm-7:09pm

























I know I know, “Save Europe”. From not hitting rock bottom ?


















Seriously ?





























Our local newspaper.



City of gastronomy: Tours has a solid appetite.


I know, I know.



















































Cambodian King Norodom Sihanouk mourned : ( 29 photos )






























See 1944 – 7.















Talking with Angels.






























This guy is Jesus-Christ.

“Saul Berenson – CIA’s Middle-East Division Chief”






























You created Arts.

Holy-Mary - October 17, 2012 - 12:13am gmt+1
















including for being spied on.


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