Meizu Pro 6s (4G RAM+64GB ROM) Dual Sim Smartphone (Gold)— $350.25 (Save 28%!)
The Meizu Pro 6s (4G RAM+64GB ROM) Dual Sim Smartphone comes loaded with all the bells and whistles today's consumers demand in a 9mm ultra slim Android phone. In addition to a 5.2 inch screen with 1920 x 1080 high resolution screen, the Meizu packs a standard 4GB of RAM with 64GB of internal storage for plenty of your favorite music and...
Meizu Pro 6s (4G RAM+64GB ROM) Dual Sim Smartphone (Gold)
The Meizu Pro 6s (4G RAM+64GB ROM) Dual Sim Smartphone comes loaded with all the bells and whistles today's consumers demand in a 9mm ultra slim Android phone. In addition to a 5.2 inch screen with 1920 x 1080 high resolution screen, the Meizu packs a standard 4GB of RAM with 64GB of internal storage for plenty of your favorite music and pictures. The 12-megapixel rear camera and the 5-megapixel front shooter makes sure you'll never miss that special shot, while the Wi-Fi, GPS and Bluetooth capabilities will keep you connected no matter where you are! PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS: Meizu Model: Pro 6S 4GB 64GB CPU: MTK Helio X25 Deca Core Screen: 5.2inch 1920X1080P Screen RAM+ROM: 4GB RAM + 64GB ROM Camera: 12.0MP Rear Camera, 5.0MP Front Camera Battery: 3060mAh OS: Android 6.0 OS SIM Card:Dual Nano Sim (not provided) Network: 2G:GSM 850/900/1800/1900MHz; 3G: WCDMA: B1/2/5/8; 4G:FDD-LTE: B1/B3/B7 Feature: Gravity Response, MP3 playback, GPRS, Touchscreen, Message, Bluetooth, Front Camera, Video Player, HD Video Player, Wi-Fi, Email Thickness: Ultra Slim(
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Monday, August 19, 2019
We've all been tempted to bring a little bit of paradise home from our holidays. But the urge has backfired on a French couple, who are facing up to six years in prison for removing sand from a beach in Sardinia, where they had been on vacation. The Italian island's white sand is protected, and tourists face fines and even jail time for removing it from local beaches -- but the couple say they did not realize they were committing a crime.
Police in the northern city of Porto Torres found the sand while making routine checks on cars waiting to board a ferry to Toulon in southern France. They spotted some bottles filled with sand through the window of the car, and arrested the couple, a man and woman in their 40s, police told us.
Overall, 14 plastic bottles containing around 40 kilograms (88 pounds) of white sand were seized, police said. The couple were reported to a court in the city of Sassari for aggravated theft and they risk a fine of up to €3,000 ($3,300) and between one and six years' imprisonment.
How many pairs of eyeglasses do you need? That depends on your vision needs, your vision insurance, your budget – and even your fashion sense.Most people get prescription eyeglasses to correct their vision, but other specialty eyewear includes computer glasses to reduce digital eye strain, polarized sunglasses to reduce glare and block harmful ultraviolet rays, readers to help you see up close, and ski goggles and sports glasses for when you’re on the slopes or riding your motorcycle.
Amidst all the technology and vision optimization, purchasing a pair of glasses remains a very personal decision. The glasses you buy need to feel good, reflect your attitude towards life – even enrich it – and accommodate your visual habits. And let's not forget: glasses should also reflect your personal style. Asking how many glasses you should have is just as personal as asking how many shoes you need.
A second pair of glasses for sunny weather this summer
First-time spectacle wearers often wear their normal sunglasses without prescription if they have low powers. If you suffer from eyestrain with your normal sunglasses but don't want to buy a new pair, self-tinting lenses lenses can be a good choice.
But for a lot of us, it's certainly easier to choose a pair of shoes than glasses. That's why it's important that you work closely with your optician when making your purchase. Your optician should work with you in a professional and fair manner to determine what kind vision support and what kind(s) of glasses you require. Here at jupitoo, it's important to us that we provide the optician with a wide selection of spectacle lenses which stand out from the competition thanks to an optical design tailored to an individual's needs along with enhancing features for spectacle lenses (such as tints, anti-reflective coatings, hard coatings, etc.). they continue to invest in more modern and better spectacle lenses in order to cater specifically to the needs of each particular spectacle wearer: it doesn't matter if it's a single vision or spectacle lens – the choice is yours!
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Hundreds of thousands of peaceful protesters of all ages returned to the streets of Hong Kong Sunday, in a massive show of solidarity for a movement that appeared on the verge of losing popular support.
Protesters defied torrential rain, a police ban and menacing threats from the Chinese government to come back out for the 11th consecutive weekend of mass demonstrations. Organizers claimed as many as 1.7 million people joined the rally, with protesters thronging westwards from Victoria Park through the downtown areas, transforming much of the city center into a sea of slow moving umbrellas.
A police estimate put the number of people at the rally's starting point at 128,000. CNN cannot independently confirm either figure.
Aerial shots show wide paths and parkways crammed full with families, young people and seniors.
The demonstration was widely viewed as a test of the movement's durability following weeks of escalating violence between police and protesters. One of the slogans of the march was "Hong Kongers Assemble: Peaceful, Rational, and Non-Violent Protesters Stand Out."
The rally was organized by the Civil Human Rights Front, a more traditional pro-democracy organization responsible for arranging two huge peaceful marches in June which attracted hundreds of thousands of participants.
Police had not given permission for protesters to march out of the park to Chater Garden in Central District as planned. But by 6 p.m. local time protesters had congested several main roads through the city's main shopping area of Causeway Bay and some had pushed on to Admiralty district, near to the city's Legislative Council offices.
Friday, August 16, 2019
During the 2010s there have been 351 deaths from mass shootings in the US. Gun control has been a big debate in the US government and has determined the fates of political leaders. But why is it so hard to control, and why can’t the US just implement a strict gun ban?
For those living in the UK it seems unfathomable to hear news reports about mass shootings taking place around the world and in particular the United States. It's difficult to comprehend why people want/need guns considering a variety of countries have very strict gun laws whilst on the other side of the pond they consider it an important, almost integral, part of their lives.
Gun control has been a very serious and very real debate in the US for many years now with many politicians and celebrities advocating for different sides. As easy it seems to place a total ban on guns, sadly there’s no one answer to the debate. Some feel as though it's their god-given right to have those guns as much as others think it’s their right to make a cup of coffee each morning - and that is why this argument is so messy. To begin the debate it has to start with the matter of culture and then, perspective. For anyone reading this who doesn’t live in the US or isn’t aware of the culture difference then you must first understand why it is they want to avoid bans and restrictions.
Going back to the 2000s when George W. Bush was President of the United States, his Vice President Al Gore began advocating for stricter gun laws. Al Gore in his younger days never fought for gun safety after believing that guns didn’t pose a national threat to public safety. The turning point in his political stance on the debate came one month after the Columbine High School shooting, where 13 people died. After that, he became a prime advocate for change and in turn became the key target of the National Rifle Association (NRA). The famous Charlton Heston speech was given at the time of him being the president of the NRA; “for everyone who can hear the sound of my voice, to hear and to heed and especially for you Mr [Al] Gore, [you can take it] from my cold dead hands”. The historic speech caused eruption amongst those listening in front of Heston putting their hands together and cheering. The impact was huge to have the Hollywood legend at the forefront of the NRA showing his support for guns and since then the NRA has become a major political force with over five million members and even more capital. It can make or break politicians that either stand with or against the use of guns. Today there are many politicians and celebrities who have shown support for the organisation, including Chuck Norris, Whoopi Goldberg and the current President of the United States who was given $30 million USD during his 2016 presidential campaign to help him get elected.
Thursday, August 15, 2019
You have heard about JUPITOO prescription eyeglasses and fashion sunglasses, They both serve different purposes. They are a hybrid of prescription or power eyeglasses and sunglasses.
· Jupitoo glasses help Protect against dust, and microorganisms getting into your eyes. Unlike eyeglasses, they protect again harmful ultraviolet (UV) rays. And on top of it all, your prescription is already in the lenses. Sunglasses literally are a one-stop solution for protecting your eyes.
· They are more than just a fashion accessory too. Jupitoo Sunglasses protect your eyes from the sun’s harmful rays. That being said, they can still look great, sunglasses aren’t just reserved for those with contacts or no need for corrective lenses.
· This isn’t just for summer either. Sunshine happens all the time, even in cold months. So having sunglasses can protect you all year long. Stop squinting in the sun because you forgot to wear contacts. You can also customize your lenses to be different colors, varied darkness, and polarized. And you can see? What’s not to love…
'Today we honor you King'- Lauren London remembers her late partner Nipsey Hussle on his 34th birthday
Lauren London, the partner of late American rapper, Nipsey Hussle, who was murdered on March 31st, 2019, has remembered him on his first posthumous birthday
The rapper would have been 34 today, August 15. His untimely death left the Hip-pop World heartbroken.
Monday, August 12, 2019
We need to talk about the Instagram algorithm.
And if just seeing the word “algorithm” freaks you out, we get it.
Many brands were absolutely rocked by the 2018 Facebook algorithm update that resulted in a nosedive of organic reach.
Meanwhile, you may have noticed that your Instagram content hasn’t scored the same engagement as it did in the past.
This has rightfully left brands wondering: what’s the heck is going on with the Instagram algorithm? Are we going to see a repeat of last year’s Facebook frenzy?
In this guide, we’ll break down the state of the Instagram algorithm as we know it. We’ll likewise dive into some specific strategies and tactics to ensure that you’re maximizing your organic reach as the algorithm continues to
To better understand the present day Instagram algorithm, let’s turn back the clock.
Saturday, August 10, 2019
📣Tells a Thrilling story of Ada, a medical doctor in the UK trapped in a sham marriage.
💔And the Culprit 🎩Raymond (Daniel Lloyd) a rich spoilt Lazy brat played into a murkie relationship 💣
📺Watch the twist & turns as the 📽movie critically sheads light the endemic situation of relationships in diaspora,
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Thursday, August 8, 2019
If you don't already own a pair, you may be unclear on the benefits. We'll run through a list of a few.
So, what are prescription sunglasses?
Well the answer is pretty self-explanatory; they are a pair of sunglasses with your own corrective lenses built in. For people with refractive errors, they are perfect as they protect the eye from sun, whilst offering you focused vision.
You can get most common prescriptions fitted into a pair of sunglasses, with the option to customize the frames to be bi-focal or light changing. Almost any pair of sunglasses can be fitted with a prescription lenses so you don't need to battle with style over substance. Gone are the awkward days of wearing two pairs of glasses come summer (sunglasses over prescription chic) or dry eyes due to excessive contact lenses use.
Next we'll look at the best prescription sunglasses, because they are gaining in attention and are the best way to keep your eyes protected and look fashionable come the summer days.
Monday, August 5, 2019
The sort of impossible ethical dilemma thrown up at the start of a new BBC documentary on Great Ormond Street Hospital aired tonight, is something to which Dr Joe Brierley has become well-accustomed.
The programme follows a set of conjoined twins, Marieme and Ndeye, who have defied all medical expectations to survive to two-and-a-half-years-old. The twins are conjoined in a certain way meaning they have shared circulation but separate hearts and lungs. While Ndeye’s vital organs are healthy, Marieme’s heart is desperately weak. If she dies, her stronger sister will die with her.
As their health deteriorates the hospital – and their father, Ibrahima – are forced to discuss whether or not they should operate to separate them: perhaps prolonging one twin's life but almost certainly ending another.
As chairman of the hospital’s ethics committee, Dr Brierley, a consultant in paediatric intensive care, leads a series of discussions with colleagues and the father of the girls to determine the best way forward. It is tense, painful viewing as they consider an effective death sentence.
“As a father, how do you get your head around the fact people are even thinking like that?” says Dr Brierley, 50, himself a father of four children, one of whom has suffered their own health complications. “If a decision like this doesn’t weigh on your mind you’re in the wrong job.”
A photo was circulated online shortly after A$AP Rocky was released from prison and it was claimed that the rapper was pictured partying with some white girls shortly after regaining freedom. This angered black women and they took to Twitter to drag him.
The rapper who was locked up in jail in Sweden and faced trial for assault charges, was freed on Friday and he returned to the US on Saturday.
Sunday, August 4, 2019
It’s been one year since Mac Miller released “Swimming,” the last album of the hip-hop artist’s short-lived life. But while the 26-year-old may be gone, he has not been forgotten. Fans across the world took to Twitter to celebrate the album and highlight the impact Miller had on their personal lives. Released on Aug. 3, 2018, “Swimming” was a 13-track album that seemingly detailed the singer’s struggle with heartbreak, mental health and drug addiction.
Released several months after his break up with singer Ariana Grande went public, the album was distributed by REMember Music and Warner Records.
Nigerian singer, Tekno alongside four others risk being jailed for two years after publicly shooting a music video featuring semi-nude women dancing erotically in a see-through truck in Lagos recently.
A video made by an astonished woman, went viral few days ago of a see-through truck which had half-clad ladies dancing, like they were in a sorta mobile club.
News later spread that the scene was from a music video singer, Tekno was shooting.