Mar 20, 2014

I spent too much $.$ today

ifyouwannaloveme:

Starbucks,nails,heels,2cakes,8 dresses,2 necklaces & two concert tickets later brings a whopping $3 to my name.

Good effort 😉 You gotta live, too!

Dec 20, 2013

Perfect beach day. #beach #beachlife #instadaily

Dec 12, 2013
Nice end to a rainy day. #rain #instadaily

Nice end to a rainy day. #rain #instadaily

Nov 27, 2013
Pilbarra sunrise. #instadaily

Pilbarra sunrise. #instadaily

Nov 12, 2013
Enjoying the morning sun. #jackrussellterrier #bonsaithejackrussell #jackrussell #dogstagram

Enjoying the morning sun. #jackrussellterrier #bonsaithejackrussell #jackrussell #dogstagram

Nov 1, 2013
Oct 19, 2013
After months of saving, shopping around and going through the whole buying and moving process, I can finally have a little quiet celebration in my first home. Cheers 👍😃

After months of saving, shopping around and going through the whole buying and moving process, I can finally have a little quiet celebration in my first home. Cheers 👍😃

Sep 29, 2013
Raining in the city. #rain #citylife

Raining in the city. #rain #citylife

Sep 19, 2013
Wolf Digital Publishing - My web adventures now have a name.by George Cinna
Hi there everyone
With all the internet marketing, blogging and web publishingthat…View Post

Wolf Digital Publishing - My web adventures now have a name.

by George Cinna

Hi there everyone

With all the internet marketing, blogging and web publishingthat…

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Sep 13, 2013
wired:

NASA’s Voyager 1 spacecraft, which toured the outer solar system in 1979, has officially entered interstellar space and is now more than 19 billion kilometers from our sun, nearly 130 times farther away than our planet. An announcement today from NASA scientists confirms that the probe has entered a region of space that is outside our sun’s electromagnetic influence.
You might recall the many previous times that this farthest-out spacecraft has been suspected of venturing out into the stars, leading many to wonder if NASA is simply crying wolf again. But an analysis of data from the machine’s plasma wave sensor suggests that Voyager 1 in fact reached interstellar space more than a year ago, in August 2012.
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wired:

NASA’s Voyager 1 spacecraft, which toured the outer solar system in 1979, has officially entered interstellar space and is now more than 19 billion kilometers from our sun, nearly 130 times farther away than our planet. An announcement today from NASA scientists confirms that the probe has entered a region of space that is outside our sun’s electromagnetic influence.

You might recall the many previous times that this farthest-out spacecraft has been suspected of venturing out into the stars, leading many to wonder if NASA is simply crying wolf again. But an analysis of data from the machine’s plasma wave sensor suggests that Voyager 1 in fact reached interstellar space more than a year ago, in August 2012.

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(Source: Wired)

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I have always had an interest in all the awesome stuff that surrounds us and with all the social media of today sharing this with other people became a lot more fun and easier.

I am a bit of a video game addict and must confess to have "lost" a couple of years on world of Warcraft. But my new love is the, world conquering, Call of Duty franchise. I can spend hours on my ps 3 in multiplayer. Thanks to this love for games I have started my own gamer shirt range and is available online at Newbnutta Gamer Shirts. I love t shirts in general and have also started a site called PODTSHIRTDESIGNS and there you will find a collection of funny t shirts, music t shirts and more from various designers.

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