I a BFing mom and do it in public when necessary but I have to agree that policy is policy. I thought FB policy also mentioned that pictures with nipple showing would be deleted (maybe in a different part than is quoted in the article?) and if that is their policy, then they shouldn make exceptions. At least a nipple policy is cut and dry another poster mentioned, pictures of ass cracks and thongs are hardly appropriate either but pornographic? And where do you draw the line on I mean, technically a bare arm or leg is nude are pictures of topless men ok, but not women? It a gray area comment >.
I am very happy with the switch. A7riii is an amazing all around camera. If you can afford the body I would suggest going for it. There are many situations in which world powers must cooperate with dictators on security issues despite their human rights abuses. Even in the context of such tactical alliances, however, it is a mistake to praise relations between an unjust regime and those who suffer under it. Soviet dissidents were acutely sensitive to every statement coming from foreign leaders, relying heavily on the knowledge that they kept tabs on our fate and had not abandoned us to our tormentors.
Gov. Mary Fallin on May 15 vetoed legislation that local sheriffs hoped would mean more money they say is owed to county jails. The veto is the latest volley in a long dispute over the local cost of the state’s corrections system that dates back to at least 2001 the first year the law on state reimbursements to local jails was changed..
Its always one excuse after another, all while renewables have been chipping away at the problem for decades now. Heavily industrialized nations like German are getting almost 1/3 of their power from renewables today and only get 12% from nuclear. That only going to go up.
Gentleman farmers saw fruit cultivation as something particularly refined and European, and a craze for all things “oriental” gave peaches an even greater allure. This cultured crop fit in with the narrative white Southerners were eager to tell about themselves after the Civil War. “Growing peaches for market required expertise that seemed unnecessary with corn and cotton, which any dirt farmer could grow,” Okie writes.
The business world and robotics companies are behind these conservation initiatives. Google donated $5 million towards the World Wildlife Fund’s drone program to prevent poaching. The WWF has had great success protecting rhinos with drones in Nepal.