Pretty in pink! The newly crowned Miss America went for a full-on floral theme for her latest look, and she definitely turned heads in her fuchsia floral frock! Did you love the look?
Nina Davuluri is a busy lady! The 24-year-old who was recently crowned Miss America continued her media tour while in NYC, where the former Miss New York promoted her new title in a vibrant fuchsia frock — and her dazzling crown, of course! Nina stopped by Live with Kelly and Michael on Sept. 17 where she was on-hand to discuss her big win — and the fact that she’s the first Indian woman to take home the Miss America title. Way to go, Nina!
View original post 263 more words
lumii complicate de azi nu ma supun si,
vreau sa ma lasi sa-ti amintesc, te iubesc… simplu
zambetelor multe si false le spun
ca vreau sa-mi fii unicul pe care-l iubesc… simplu
parcugand atatea s-atatea spirale
gandurile adusu-m-au la tine si uite de ce vreau sa simt clipele toate cu taine si,
sa te iubesc…simplu
ca-mi e inima plina de dor infometat,
se gandeste la mana calda, ce-o incalzeste cand toate la culcare-au plecat…
mi-esti drag! stiu ce-am sa fac …eu stiu sa te iubesc …doar simplu
You know, it makes me very sad that you have always been angry about me ending up on the bigger vessel. Can I help it that the potter found me more attractive, more noble, a better symbol of our tribe? It might help not to think of your cup as half empty. Think of it as completely empty.
SHARE THIS with someone who needs a laugh! Click here to comment!
US President Barack Obama said on Tuesday that Iran’s new President Hassan Rouhani appears to want to open a dialogue with the United States and that he is willing to test whether this is the case.
Obama’s comment in an interview with Spanish-language network Telemundo was the latest indication the president would like to jump from the crisis over Syria’s chemical weapons to a new search for a diplomatic deal to ensure Iran does not develop a nuclear weapon.
Last weekend, Obama revealed he and Rouhani had exchanged letters about the US-Iran standoff. Both leaders will be at the…
View original post 498 more words
Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu responded Tuesday to what Jerusalem views as Iran’s “charm offensive” by laying down four stiff criteria for determining whether Tehran has indeed abandoned its nuclear program.
“The way to stop Iran’s nuclear program requires four steps: Halting all uranium enrichment; removing all enriched uranium; closing [the uranium enrichment facility at] Qom; and stopping the plutonium track,” Netanyahu told the cabinet.
“Only a combination of these four steps will constitute an actual stopping of the nuclear program, and until all four of these measures are achieved, the…
View original post 732 more words
Khamenei says he doesn’t want nukes; reports claim he’s ready to allow surprise inspections and ‘real-time’ oversight of facilities
Iran is not opposed to dialogue with the West concerning its nuclear program and will show flexibility in negotiations, Iranian Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei said Tuesday.
“I am not opposed to correct diplomacy,” Khamenei said. “I believe in what was named many years ago as ‘heroic flexibility.’”
Khamenei’s comments came a day after German news magazine Der Spiegel reported that Iranian President Hasan Rouhani was prepared to shut down Iran’s uranium enrichment facility at…
View original post 521 more words
Op-ed: Obama knows if he fails to keep his promise on Iran he will be tossed into trash can of history
Barack Obama was born from words. In 2004 he was elected to the US Senate for the state of Illinois and was still unknown on the national level. John Kerry, the democratic presidential hopeful, asked him to deliver the keynote address at the Democratic National Convention. The rumor about Obama’s rhetorical abilities had already circulated among the party’s leaders, and he was also perceived as a person who could help recruit black people in the election campaign.
The national channels failed to cover the address as he was still an unknown figure, and it was broadcast on local TV. That’s when the major buzz began among journalists and broadcasters about a new star…
View original post 477 more words
ROMANE, VREI SA EMIGREZI IN AMERICA? MAI ESTE LOC SI PENTRU TINE …
Pentru toti cei interesati uitati aici un link
View original post 40 more words
Rather than being bad news for Prime Minister Netanyahu’s Iranian strategy, the agreement to disarm Syria of its chemical weapons is proof of its success.
The prevailing argument regarding the U.S.-Russian agreement to disarm Syria of its chemical weapons is that it’s a bad development, even a failure, for Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s Iranian strategy. Since Israel behaved as though it was hoping for a U.S. attack – both behind the scenes and in the dissemination of reports to the effect that Military Intelligence had intercepted conversations confirming that Syrian President Bashar Assad had deliberately used chemical weapons – the natural conclusion is that the cancellation of the operation is a blow to…
View original post 593 more words
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu announced on Tuesday morning, Sept. 17, 2013 at the weekly cabinet meeting that he will postpone his speech to the United Nations General Assembly by one day to make time to meet with United States President Barack Obama.
Netanyahu was scheduled to address the General Assembly on Sept. 30 instead he will now meet with President Obama at the White House in Washington D.C. before flying to New York to speak at the U.N. on Oct. 1.
Prime Minister Netanyahu requested to meet with the President, and the only day Obama was available was Sept. 30; Obama is occupied with hearings for the implementation of his health care reform law, the Affordable Care Act, more popularly known as Obamacare. Obama has refused to meet however, with the new…
View original post 1,058 more words