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killjoyhistory: Gerard Way Gerard Way listens to Danger Days and livetweets his thoughts (3/31/2013). : t1 XOBillie and 2 others Retweeted Gerard Way @gerardway 31 Mar 2013 Shit. I'm real mad about 'Twilight' on this 507 2.2K 2.7K n MCR FANS and 1 other Retweeted Gerard Way @gerardway 31 Mar 2013 Vampire S- The perfect end credits to the film. th Catheadx and 2 others Retweeted Gerard Way @gerardway 31 Mar 2013 "Kids..." Clearly the best song on the album. Should have been the first single. 522 2.3K 2.8K Nene Chan. and 2 others liked Gerard Way @gerardway 31 Mar 2013 Wow.."Kids..". All of the sounds are vintage analog by Jamie M. He also used a sample from his youthhehad beenholding onto for s0 years th lightning ray toro and 4 others Retweeted Gerard Way @gerardway 31 Mar 2013 DESTROYA is a workout live, but also the one where I am most in-tune with my body and emotionally out of control 451 3.2K 3.7K th teeh and 6 others Retweeted Gerard Way @gerardway 31 Mar 2013 DESTROYA...got a feeling this is going to be the best song on the album 678 th 3.33.6K Gerard Way @gerardway 31 Mar 2013 So far '"Summertime" has the best vocal sound on the album... Gerard Way @gerardway 31 Mar 2013 Wow. "Summertime" sounds fucking great. 574 t 2.5K 2.7K E Gerard Way @gerardway 31 Mar 2013 *smoke break* 384th 1.82.0K t Désillusionnér击卅'18 and 2 others Retweeted Gerard Way @gerardway 31 Mar 2013 Hard to think during "S/CIA/R/E/C/RIOW".sucks you in. Song is about atomic war and the lie you would tell your child getting to shelter 337th 2.8K3.6K Gerard Way @gerardway 31 Mar 2013 Also the best use of "You Motherfucker" ever. Hands down. Come at me. 565 3.2K 3.9K ti To and 2 others Retweeted Gerard Way @gerardway 31 Mar 2013 "Save Yourself".Fav lyric of all time is on this- "it's ain't about all the friends you made, but the grafftl they write on your grave' Hat 359th 3.33.9K Gerard Way @gerardway 31 Mar 2013 "Party Poison"- Airi did an amazing job with the Japanese. She is also the BLI woman in the videos.. 304 1.7K 2.3K riley Gerard Way @gerardway 31 Mar 2013 @Makeawish t and 2 others Retweeted My fav memory of "Only Hope" is dedicating it to a girl who was at a show via th space amelia and 1 other Retweeted Gerard Way @gerardway 31 Mar 2013 Hahaha... "Planetary" is fucking awesome. Control room was like a rave when we did it. Prob the most "bold claims" of any lyrics I've written th MCR FANS and 1 other Retweeted Gerard Way @gerardway 31 Mar 2013 Last chorus harmonies on "Bulletproof" were stacked to sound like @stryperband. Rich Costey and I orig concieved them during CW mixing SNene Chanand 2 others liked Gerard Way @gerardway 31 Mar 2013 Lots of use of the word "pigs" on this album... 377th 2.02.4K Gerard Way @gerardway 31 Mar 2013 Some of the guitars in Na Na Na are actually keyboard guitar samples that we called "Black Metal Guitars" 1671.9 2.4K Gerard Way @gerardway 31 Mar 2013 The ". thought you was Batman" line is prob one of my favs I ever wrote...followed by my best Patti Smith impression on the bridge 229th 2.2K3.0K colexoxo and 2 others liked Gerard Way @gerardway 31 Mar 2013 Ahhh @steverigh... so much fun to record this intro. He showed up already dressed as Dr D.. 101 859 1.5K killjoyhistory: Gerard Way Gerard Way listens to Danger Days and livetweets his thoughts (3/31/2013).
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lubricates: kemetic-dreams: Nigerians Are Building Fireproof, Bulletproof, And Eco-Friendly Homes With Plastic Bottles And Mud By Editorial_Staff -Nov 23, 2015 AFRICANGLOBE  – These colorful homes are bulletproof, fireproof, and can withstand earthquakes. They also maintain a comfortable temperature, produce zero carbon emissions, and are powered by solar and methane gas from recycled waste.Plastic is everywhere. In fact, the environment is so riddled with it, researchers predict that 99% of all birds on this planet will have plastic in their gut by the year 2050. It is not enough to persuade people to use less, plastic needs to be repurposed and reused to be kept out of landfills. Despite informative infographics, emotional statistics, and recycling programs, many nations – especially the United States – continue to toss plastics into landfills without much care. This unfortunate reality has spurred many to get creative with the discarded byproducts of society. Some have used plastic waste to construct marvelous sculptures and raise awareness about the issue, while others are re-purposing it entirely to construct eco-friendly homes. As phys.org reports, the housing crisis has become so bad in Nigeria, nearly 16 million units are required to address the shortage. Because crafting traditional homes would be far too expensive for most, locals adopted the idea put forth by two NGOs and are now building plastic bottle homes. The solution not only cuts costs for building a house, it is beneficial for the environment. Founded by Kaduna-based NGO Development Association for Renewable Energies (DARE), with help from London-based NGO Africa Community Trust, the project is solving two problems at once by addressing the homelessness issue and helping the environment. Not only will there be less plastic in landfills, the house is designed to produce zero carbon emissions. In addition, it is completely powered by solar panels and methane gas from recycled human and animal waste. To create a two-bedroom bottle house, workers fill plastic bottles with sand and then hold them together using mud and cement. This forms a solid wall that is stronger than cinder blocks. That’s not all: These colorful homes are bulletproof, fireproof and can withstand earthquakes. They can also hold a comfortable temperature year round. The buildings can be built to three stories, but no higher, due to the weight of the sand-filled bottles. And, of course, the magnificent diversity of recycled bottles give each house a unique and bright look. A two-bedroom house requires 14,000 bottles to complete. To put this into perspective, Nigeria throws away three million bottles every day. Clearly, there are plenty of bottles which can be repurposed to build every individual in their own abode. At least Nigeria isn’t as wasteful as the United States, which discards 130 million bottles per day. That’s 47 billion bottles every year – nearly 80% of which end up in the landfill. If the United States were to save these bottles and re purpose them into houses like folks in Nigeria are doing, 9,257 houses could be built per day. That is nearly 3.4 million houses a year, reports Off Grid World. With 3.5 million people living on the streets in the U.S., is this the solution needed to remedy the homelessness crisis? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Hu0z6zyc2J8 pls spread this is important: lubricates: kemetic-dreams: Nigerians Are Building Fireproof, Bulletproof, And Eco-Friendly Homes With Plastic Bottles And Mud By Editorial_Staff -Nov 23, 2015 AFRICANGLOBE  – These colorful homes are bulletproof, fireproof, and can withstand earthquakes. They also maintain a comfortable temperature, produce zero carbon emissions, and are powered by solar and methane gas from recycled waste.Plastic is everywhere. In fact, the environment is so riddled with it, researchers predict that 99% of all birds on this planet will have plastic in their gut by the year 2050. It is not enough to persuade people to use less, plastic needs to be repurposed and reused to be kept out of landfills. Despite informative infographics, emotional statistics, and recycling programs, many nations – especially the United States – continue to toss plastics into landfills without much care. This unfortunate reality has spurred many to get creative with the discarded byproducts of society. Some have used plastic waste to construct marvelous sculptures and raise awareness about the issue, while others are re-purposing it entirely to construct eco-friendly homes. As phys.org reports, the housing crisis has become so bad in Nigeria, nearly 16 million units are required to address the shortage. Because crafting traditional homes would be far too expensive for most, locals adopted the idea put forth by two NGOs and are now building plastic bottle homes. The solution not only cuts costs for building a house, it is beneficial for the environment. Founded by Kaduna-based NGO Development Association for Renewable Energies (DARE), with help from London-based NGO Africa Community Trust, the project is solving two problems at once by addressing the homelessness issue and helping the environment. Not only will there be less plastic in landfills, the house is designed to produce zero carbon emissions. In addition, it is completely powered by solar panels and methane gas from recycled human and animal waste. To create a two-bedroom bottle house, workers fill plastic bottles with sand and then hold them together using mud and cement. This forms a solid wall that is stronger than cinder blocks. That’s not all: These colorful homes are bulletproof, fireproof and can withstand earthquakes. They can also hold a comfortable temperature year round. The buildings can be built to three stories, but no higher, due to the weight of the sand-filled bottles. And, of course, the magnificent diversity of recycled bottles give each house a unique and bright look. A two-bedroom house requires 14,000 bottles to complete. To put this into perspective, Nigeria throws away three million bottles every day. Clearly, there are plenty of bottles which can be repurposed to build every individual in their own abode. At least Nigeria isn’t as wasteful as the United States, which discards 130 million bottles per day. That’s 47 billion bottles every year – nearly 80% of which end up in the landfill. If the United States were to save these bottles and re purpose them into houses like folks in Nigeria are doing, 9,257 houses could be built per day. That is nearly 3.4 million houses a year, reports Off Grid World. With 3.5 million people living on the streets in the U.S., is this the solution needed to remedy the homelessness crisis? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Hu0z6zyc2J8 pls spread this is important

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fictional-sailor: sgtgrunt0331: muppetz540: Professional Grass Growers save little girl from Kill Zone This guy has nuts the size of wrecking balls! Well done sir! Rah! From an article on Business Insider  David Eubank, a Special Forces soldier turned aid worker, was filmed as he ran out in the open amid ISIS sniper fire to rescue the girl as two other men covered him with rifle fire. “I thought, ‘If I die doing this, my wife and kids would understand,’” Eubank told the Los Angeles Times. According to the Times, Eubank’s dramatic rescue played out on a street in the Iraqi city of Mosul, where ISIS snipers were firing at civilians who were attempting to flee. Wearing only a T-shirt, a bulletproof vest, and a helmet, Eubank is seen running out into the street approximately 150 yards before picking up the girl and bringing her back safely behind a tank. Eubank, 56, served for a decade with the US Army Special Forces. After leaving the military, he founded an aid group called the Free Burma Rangers, which seeks to bring “hope and love to people in the conflict zones of Burma, Iraq, and Sudan,” according to its website. : YRgif fictional-sailor: sgtgrunt0331: muppetz540: Professional Grass Growers save little girl from Kill Zone This guy has nuts the size of wrecking balls! Well done sir! Rah! From an article on Business Insider  David Eubank, a Special Forces soldier turned aid worker, was filmed as he ran out in the open amid ISIS sniper fire to rescue the girl as two other men covered him with rifle fire. “I thought, ‘If I die doing this, my wife and kids would understand,’” Eubank told the Los Angeles Times. According to the Times, Eubank’s dramatic rescue played out on a street in the Iraqi city of Mosul, where ISIS snipers were firing at civilians who were attempting to flee. Wearing only a T-shirt, a bulletproof vest, and a helmet, Eubank is seen running out into the street approximately 150 yards before picking up the girl and bringing her back safely behind a tank. Eubank, 56, served for a decade with the US Army Special Forces. After leaving the military, he founded an aid group called the Free Burma Rangers, which seeks to bring “hope and love to people in the conflict zones of Burma, Iraq, and Sudan,” according to its website.
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