my name backwards spells “disappointment and skin problems”
nice to meet you, Smelborp Niks Dna Tnemtnioppasid
You really shouldn’t put your full name on the internet, it’s not safe.
Smelborp for president
surround yourself with people who
- praise you because they mean it
- don’t want anything but your company
- do their best to understand you
- you feel like you can confront if you need to
- (know they can confront you lovingly in turn)
- make you feel comfortable
- stick with you through good and bad times
- are positive influences on your everyday life
살것같군.원래이런거 하나 찍어줘야 되는거지?
cr. erin’s twitter
erin’s been missing schedules because she is sick
Una giornata di ricerche intense, a caccia di una traccia dell’aereo della Malaysia Airlines MH370, precipitato nella notte di sabato in Asia…
Reuters: Vietnamese rescue planes have spotted large oil slicks and a column of smoke off its coastline, but it was not clear if they were connected to a missing Malaysia Airlines carrier, a transportation ministry official said on Saturday.
A 12-mile-long oil slick spotted between Malaysia and Vietnam on Saturday afternoon is thought to be the first sign that a missing Malaysia Airlines flight with 239 people aboard went down in the waters between southernmost Vietnam and northern Malaysia, according to Vietnam’s director of civil aviation.
“An AN26 aircraft of the Vietnam Navy has discovered an oil slick about 20 kilometers in the search area, which is suspected of being a crashed Boeing aircraft,” Lai Xuan Thanh, the director of the Civil Aviation Administration of Vietnam said. “We have announced that information to Singapore and Malaysia and we continue the search.”
Mr. Thanh said the oil on the surface of the water was somewhat closer to Vietnam than Malaysia, at the mouth of the shallow Gulf of Thailand. The last coordinates automatically transmitted by the aircraft were from on the Malaysian side near the midpoint between the two countries, when the plane appeared to be in stable flight at 35,000 feet.
The discovery came as Vietnam, Malaysia, China, Singapore and the Philippines staged an intensive search for the missing aircraft, a redeye flight that vanished after taking off from Kuala Lumpur early Saturday morning, bound for Beijing, where it was to arrive at 6:30 a.m." —
The New York Times, “Oil Slick Hints Malaysian Plane May Have Crashed at Sea”
Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 has been missing for over 12 hours now. Reports are coming in from thw Vietnamese Navy that the plane went down in the ocean but that news is still unverified by a lot of the major news outlets. We’re not sure how this will end because as it is, the situation is…