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Make Up Spel
- Cosmetics such as lipstick or powder applied to the face, used to enhance or alter the appearance
- makeup: an event that is substituted for a previously cancelled event; "he missed the test and had to take a makeup"; "the two teams played a makeup one week later"
- The combination of qualities that form a person's temperament
- constitution: the way in which someone or something is composed
- constitute: form or compose; "This money is my only income"; "The stone wall was the backdrop for the performance"; "These constitute my entire belonging"; "The children made up the chorus"; "This sum represents my entire income for a year"; "These few men comprise his entire army"
- The composition or constitution of something
Ker Plunk Game
Remember those games you loved as a kid' They're back and better than ever! There's a whole new look to Mattel Classic Games, but the fun hasn't changed a bit. Look for Mattel Classic Games and share the memories with a new generation. A classic skill and action game, Ker Plunk! is where you take your pick and pull a stick. If all the marbles fall, you lose it all! You're only sunk if they go...Ker Plunk! For 2 to 4 players. Game includes game base, tube, tube connector, sticks, marbles and instructions. Tube measures 6.94"L x 12.25"H. Products and colors may vary.
The object: try not to lose your marbles. A long-time favorite, Ker-Plunk takes a steady hand, as you skillfully remove the sticks from the marble-filled tube. A clear plastic tube is filled with marbles, which are supported by crisscrossing sticks inserted through the tube. Each player takes a turn removing a stick from the tube, trying to dislodge as few marbles as possible. As the game progresses and fewer sticks remain, it gets harder to keep the marbles from going ker-plunk! Play continues until all the marbles have fallen. The player with the fewest marbles in his compartment wins! For two to four players. --Alison Golder
EROS 1996 RIP Tupac
Painted in 1996 at the Strip Wall in the Twin Cities. Freestyle gettin' loose. The good ole' days when kids would hit it up in the daytime in droves. I'm sure I painted this at one of those times. Check the double outline color. The idea behind the middle was to actually sort of have a crazy mind altering effect on you like the twilight zone. Unfortunately, I don't really remember who I painted this with. As I now know, it would appear that I took the bad spot that you couldn't get good photos from, due to a giant fire hydrant. Crazy thing is, I don't think I have ever still to this day ever seen a fire hydrant placed in such a peculiar spot. Behind some industrial business, next to some railroad tracks......... Crazy. Anyway, it made for some bad photos. This is actually the best one of the whole wall I got and this piece was pretty far out there, as far as, style goes for that time period of graff. Way more complicated than what was mostly happening in the American Graff. scene at the time. Funny story about this location, after it got hit up so many times, the business owners started to get a little pissed off and would call the cops and complain that they would need to patrol the area better. One time after Monk and I had been working on a gallery show for Intermedia Arts in Minneapolis, we decided to roll out to the wall and check it out. I literally drove my car right down the dirt road and railroad entrance to the spot. A risky move but I didn't give a shit at the time. So, we roll up to the wall and stop. We are say about 50 feet away and up a small hill from the wall. There is like 10 kids painting at the time, so it was cool. We park and start to chill and talk about what was up, when we see a fucking squad car roll up to the spot from the area we came in. I was pretty much fucked and at the time, I was under the impression that the wall was actually legal by how much action it was getting. So, I was pretty pinned in and had nowhere to go with my ride. That's when I realized that this wall was actually illegal. It turns out, everyone but myself seemed to know. The cop rolls up to it and all ten writers, except one, basically take off running in all directions. Monk, Spel and Myself just remain sitting on the car, in anticipation that the cop would just look at the wall, here our story and let us go so he can go catch real crime. Not quite what happened. Here, this rookie cop, rolls up all hyped up and basically, goes ape shit on us. We tell him our story but he just wasn't buying it. He arrests us and puts us in the back off the car. I guess our story of just coming from I.A. after painting a mural didn't quite jive with him. Hell, our hands were covered in paint and I had a backseat full of hundreds of cans of paint. Of course he searched it and thought that he had got his man. So, as were sitting in the car, he calls his Sargent out to help with the arrest and figure out what to do next as far as evidence and shit. So, as were sitting in the car, I look over at Spel and Monk and tell them to clean the paint off their hands. We all did. Luckily, he didn't have enough handcuffs so our hands were free. Us thinking we were going to be set free, basically just got in the squad car. Here this fucking rookie is steady walking along the tracks and picking up any can he could find and starting to pile them on the hood of the car. Once the Sargent arrived, he pulls me out and is like,"Show him your hands." So, I do. My nice and clean, no Paint on them, hands. The Sargent looks at them and was like "what? I don't see anything on them." That inferiorated the rookie and he started to go flipping off. I guess we made him look like quite an ass. So, after about 10 minutes of him going off, his Sargent finally just said, "Book 'em." To make this piece of shit rookie feel good. Sucked for us, we got to spend the weekend in Jail and my car got towed. Literally, for doing nothing but rolling up to a wall. Fuckin' Rookies! That's what I can't stand about them suckers, they have no ability to think. Even if we were painting, this wall was far enough out of the main city that it couldn't have hurt anything. Bitch ass, Rookie. Fun times!
Holland’s Hidden Treasure - The Hoge Veluwe National Park
National Park De Hoge Veluwe covers around 5,500 hectares, making it one of Holland's largest National Parks. The park is an ancient man-made landscape with a high historical value. The Hoge Veluwe is made up of around 50% woodland and 50% open land. It is home to a rich and varied world of plants and animals. The wildlife is amazing: red deer, moufflon, roe deer and wild boar can suddenly jump out in front of you. At a number of hides they can often be seen clearly, particularly early in the morning or at sunset. The park is home to some 200 red deer, 200 roe deer and wild boar. It's is particularly famous for its rare animal and plant species which are native to a heathl and driftsand landscape. The Hoge Veluwe is a park where visitors can still find plenty of space and peace. Where you can walk undisturbed for hours, or cycle using one of the free white bicycle. It is home to many endangered plant and animal species. Have you ever come face to face with a red deer, moufflon or roe deer? It can happen at De Hoge Veluwe!
A photo of two Red Deer at the National Park De Hoge Veluwe - the Netherlands. When food is very hard to find in the harsh winter they have to eat the fibres of tree trunks.
De natuur van Het Nationale Park de Hoge Veluwe is op zijn zachtst gezegd indrukwekkend te noemen. In het Park wisselen prachtige landschappen elkaar af: weidse heidevelden en grasvlakten gaan over in stuifzandlandschap en loof- en naaldbossen. Deze landschappen herbergen een grote diversiteit aan planten- en diersoorten. Van de zeldzame parelmoervlinder tot het imposante edelhert. De paartijd oftewel de bronst in September is een interessante periode en zeker de moeite waard om dat in De Hoge Veluwe eens in het echt te beleven! Tijdens de bronst trekken herten soms vele kilometers weg van hun normale leefgebied, om ieder jaar op dezelfde plaats op zoek te gaan naar de vrouwtjesherten hinden. Soms zijn er zelfs herten van het Planken Wambuis, een natuurgebied wat aan De Hoge Veluwe grenst, die op hun zoektocht naar hinden over het Hoge Veluwe hek van 2 meter hoog springen! Binnenkort worden de hekken overigens verlaagd voor de herten. Er heerst tijdens de bronst een fikse concurrentiestrijd en alleen de sterkste mannetjes zullen met de hinden paren. Wie het sterkst is wordt bepaald door een uitgebreid spel vooraf. Door te burlen, elkaar hun krachtige lijf en gewei te laten zien, sloven de herten zich behoorlijk uit om de sterkste te lijken. Lukt dat niet, dan wordt het knokken geblazen. Het hert met de meeste kracht en het grootste uithoudingsvermogen wint. De herten in de leeftijd van 8 t/m 12 jaar maken de beste kans. In de zomer zijn de dieren roodbruin van kleur, in de winter grijsachtig bruin. Het gewei wordt elk jaar afgeworpen onder invloed van geslachtshormonen. Oudere herten doen dat gedurende de laatste wintermaanden, jonge dieren meestal in maart of april. Het edelhert is een opportunist wat het voedselverzamelen betreft. Ze eten graag gras, maar ook loof van bomen en struiken. Op de Veluwe eten ze in de herfst veel eikels. Bij voedselschaarste in de winter eten ze vaak boombast, ze passen ze hun stofwisseling zo aan dat ze minder gaan verbruiken. Ze lijken dan ook wel minder schuw te zijn. In de winter is dat een spectaculair gezicht. Het witte besneeuwde winterlandschap is indrukwekkend kaal en stil en geeft een rustige, egale omgeving waardoor de herten direct alle aandacht opeisen.
make up spel
Twister is the game that ties you up in knots. Spin the dial and move a hand or foot to the colored circle on the floor mat. Can you get there' don?t touch the mat with anything but a hand or foot. It is for 2 or 4 players. It includes a spinner, a mat and instructions. Instructions are available in English and Spanish.
Over forty years old and going strong! Soon after its release in 1966, Twister was made instantly popular when Johnny Carson and Eva Gabor played it on The Tonight Show. Such a simple concept, with so much potential for hilarity. The game includes a plastic mat with red, blue, yellow, and green spots; a spinner; and instructions. To play (as if you didn’t already know…), two to four players face each other, with the plastic mat in the center. A referee spins the spinner, then calls out the body part and the color the arrow points to ("Left foot, blue," "Right hand, yellow"). All players, at the same time, follow the directions, placing the appropriate body part on a vacant circle. Players become increasingly entangled, until someone (or everyone) finally topples, and is eliminated. The last person standing—er, crouching—wins. If this doesn’t bring families and friends (and celebrities) closer together, we don’t know what does! Out-and-out fun. --Emilie Coulter
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