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This One Trait Is the Key to a Successful Relationships


You will learn how to make your woman happy!.....Well, at least in the bed room.


 Are you and your love meant to be? If you share a sense of humour, you just might be, according to U.K.-based dating coach, James Preece.

According to Preece, a shared sense of humour is the No. 1 trait a couple must share for long-term success. “When this is in alignment, you'll be able to see the funny side of most situations and generally be more relaxed about what life may throw at you. Any arguments can be diffused and you'll appreciate each other much more,” he told the Daily Mail.

Not just any sense of humour will do though. Preece added that in order for your relationship to work to its fullest, you and bae have to share what’s known as an “affiliative” humour.

“This is the the type of humour that boosts happiness, well-being, and brings people together. It's all about finding common ground with shared stories and anecdotes,” he said. “When you can both laugh about things together then you'll naturally bond and be a stronger couple.”

  • Admittedly, the science behind this is shaky. That said, while there's no real formula for the perfect relationship (though it'd be great if that existed!), laughing more together certainly can't hurt.

At the movies in 2018

Leading the pack for our picks for movies to see in 2018 is Black Panther.


Black Panther' (Feb. 16)

Chadwick Boseman’s Wakandan king T’Challa is the masked star of the show, but he’s surrounded by warrior women just as skilled as he is. Okoye (played by Danai Gurira) heads the Dora Milaje, T’Challa’s personal security force, while global operative Nakia (Lupita Nyong’o) is a "war dog." “She’s very passionate about her work,” Nyong’o says. Nakia’s relationship with T’Challa is “significant,” she teases, and when opposing forces challenge his reign, “she has to decide where her allegiance lies and what comes first.” Okoye’s loyalty to Wakanda and its people drives everything about this traditionalist with a wry sense of humor. “It’s her job to take care of it, and she takes that job seriously,” says Gurira, adding that Wakanda is an “astoundingly cool” place. “It’s a world that is utterly plausible and tangible and yet a little larger than life at the same time.”


'Avengers: Infinity War' (May 4)

All of Marvel’s mightiest heroes heed the call in the third Avengers film. And that means never-before-seen pairings like Tony Stark/Iron Man (Robert Downey Jr.) fighting alongside Doctor Strange (Benedict Cumberbatch), and Thor (Chris Hemsworth) meeting the Guardians of the Galaxy. Downey’s 5-year-old son watches the opening sequence to the Guardians sequel on a loop and “now I get to tell him that I know those guys. 

Alita: Battle Angel

This one may end up being a sleeper hit. An action-packed story of one young woman's journey to discover the truth of who she is and her fight to change the world


Pacific Rim Uprising


Jake Pentecost, son of Stacker Pentecost, reunites with Mako Mori to lead a new generation of Jaeger pilots, including rival Lambert and 15-year-old hacker Amara, against a new Kaiju threat.


Hellboy


We've always been fans of this series. So we're biased. 


Hellboy comes to England, where he must defeat Merlin's consort and Nimue the Blood Queen. But their battle will bring about the end of the world, a fate he desperately tries to turn away.


X-Men: Dark Phoenix


Jean Grey begins to develop incredible powers that corrupt and turn her into a Dark Phoenix. Now the X-Men will have to decide if the life of a team member is worth more than all the people living in the world.


Tomb Raider


Lara Croft, the fiercely independent daughter of a missing adventurer, must push herself beyond her limits when she finds herself on the island where her father disappeared.


2018 looks like it won't disappoint in the movie department. We shall see if thats true or not.

No, Trump's approval rating hasn't caught up to Obama's

President Donald Trump claimed Friday that his approval ratings at this point in his presidency rival those of Barack Obama, citing a report from "Fox & Friends." 

"While the Fake News loves to talk about my so-called low approval rating, @foxandfriends just showed that my rating on Dec. 28, 2017, was approximately the same as President Obama on Dec. 28, 2009, which was 47%...and this despite massive negative Trump coverage & Russia hoax!" he tweeted.


But the truth, across almost every reputable poll, is that Trump's approval ratings have lagged behind those of nearly all of his predecessors, including Obama, since day one of his presidency. 

The cleanest comparison between the approval ratings of the two presidents is Gallup's daily tracking polls, which are released as both three-day rolling averages and weekly averages. The three-day averages released on December 28, 2009 -- the day Trump cited in his tweet -- showed 51% approval for Obama with 43% disapproval. On December 28 of this year, Gallup released a three-day average showing 38% approval for Trump with 56% disapproval.


The weekly numbers tell a similar story: For the week ending December 27, 2009, 51% approved of Obama, and for the week ending December 24, 2017, 37% approved of Trump.

That gap is mirrored in other polls with long-term trends and similar methodologies now as they had in 2009. In CNN's polling among all adults, 35% approved of Trump in mid-December 2017, while Obama held a 54% approval rating in December 2009. CBS News finds a 14-point gap between Obama's approval then (50%) and Trump's approval now (36%). NBC News and The Wall Street Journal show a smaller 6-point gap on approval, but Trump's disapproval number (56%) tops Obama's by 10 points (46%). And the Quinnipiac University poll finds a 9-point gap between Trump's approval (37%) and Obama's positive rating (46%) among registered voters.

iPhone X vs Galaxy Note 8: Which phone has better business specs?

Based on specifications, how do these devices compare for business buyers? You can't look at speeds and feeds alone when it comes to flagship smartphones and their overall business worthiness


With Apple's iPhone X was finally available for pre-order on Friday, Oct. 27, it's worth looking at how Apple's flagship and Samsung's latest Galaxy devices compare for business buyers.When it comes to stacking these phones up against each other, particularly in the consumer space, the raw hardware specs are what usually make one phone stand out against another.However, as I have been quickly learning, although they are good general indicators of technological maturity, you can't look at speeds and feeds alone when it comes to flagship smartphones and their overall business worthiness.It should be noted that when it comes to raw industrial design, none of these phones, with the exception of the Samsung Galaxy S8 Active are particularly well-suited for vertical market, field-oriented applications.

That's because, even though they may be IP67/IP68 water resistant, they aren't hardened in any way against drops or side impacts out of the box -- they are made to appear as objet d'art more than anything else for marketing purposes.So, keep in mind that the base level specs in terms of overall weight and dimensions are going to change a lot (such as 50g to 60g additional heft and several millimeters of additional thickness) once you put a protective case such as an OtterBox or LifeProof on them.

Meet the new boss: Laura Dern's Admiral Holdo aims 'to shake things up' in The Last Jedi

Things are falling apart.Although the Resistance took down the First Order’s planet-demolishing Starkiller Base in the previous film, The Last Jedi finds the forces of General Leia Organa depleted and scattered. The capitol of the new Republic has been destroyed, the galaxy is a mess, and the First Order is wounded but lashing out more violently than ever.Into this chaos rises a new leader: Laura Dern’s Vice Admiral Holdo.“She enters the Resistance to shake things up,” Dern tells EW.The question is whether that’s a good thing. In real life, we all know what it’s like to meet a new boss. Sometimes you see eye-to-eye. Sometimes it’s a disaster.Fans aren’t supposed to know whether they should trust her. Poe Dameron, the X-wing ace played by Oscar Isaac, certainly isn’t sure, which is why the two are side-by-side on EW’s The Last Jedi covers. Their stories are interlocked, even if they’re at odds.“It’s definitely appropriate that they’ve paired us because a lot of the friction and conflict comes between Poe and that relationship with Admiral Holdo, who is this person that’s been — at least temporarily — put in charge of the Resistance,” Isaac says.

Poe’s loyalty is to Leia. And Holdo has a different style, a different approach, and very different ideas. But even the audience isn’t supposed to know whether she’s right.“You have to sort of figure out who’s side you’re on or what your feelings are about her,” Dern says.Some of it has to do with judging people based on their appearances. Fisher used to joke that the Leia dressed like “a fancy gas station attendant” in The Force Awakens, but Holdo arrives wearing gowns and sporting extravagant violet hair. She looks like polished brass amongst the dingy and battered Resistance survivors.

KEEP'N YOU POSTED!

Trump administration to end protected status for Haiti

  • The Trump administration has announced it will end the Temporary Protected Status designation for Haiti by July 2019, potentially forcing tens of thousands of Haitian immigrants to either leave the US or live in the shadows.
  • TPS is an immigration status allowed by law for certain countries experiencing dire conditions, such as a natural disaster, epidemic or war. It protects individuals from deportation and authorizes them to work in the US.
  • In May, former Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly, who now serves as White House chief of staff, extended the protection from deportation for Haitians for an additional six months. When Kelly temporarily extended the status for Haiti, which had received the designation after an earthquake devastated the island in 2010, he warned the nearly 58,700 recipients living in America to prepare their affairs for going back to Haiti or to find another way to apply to stay in the United States.
  • "Based on all available information, including recommendations received as part of an inter-agency consultation process, Acting Secretary Duke determined that those extraordinary but temporary conditions caused by the 2010 earthquake no longer exist," a statement from the Department of Homeland Security said. "Thus, under the applicable statute, the current TPS designation must be terminated."
  • According to DHS, the department can designate a country for Temporary Protected Status when it has been affected by "conditions in the country that temporarily prevent the country's nationals from returning safely, or in certain circumstances, where the country is unable to handle the return of its nationals adequately."
  • This can include situations like civil wars or natural disasters. Individuals who are already in the United States from the designated countries are eligible and are then protected from deportation.

4 Ways to Give Her an Orgasm She'll Never Forget

  • 1 PREP PROPERLY
  • Replace “inhibitors” (chores, kids) with “excitors”—early photos of you two, music, a scented candle, says sex therapist Ian Kerner, Ph.D. Tell her how great she looks in candlelight. Nicole Prause, Ph.D., found that body-negative thoughts curbed women’s arousal while they watched porn.
  • 2 GO SLOW
  • Don’t zero in on the nipples or clitoris too early—they’re not “on buttons,” and being touched in those areas can be painful if she’s not aroused yet, says sex therapist Lori Brotto, Ph.D. Watch her body—erect hair follicles is a good sign—and follow her lead; tell her, “I am guided by you.”
  • 3 NO, SLOWER!
  • Ready for penetration? Ask first. Wet doesn’t mean ready. (That’s why lube is a poor substitute for foreplay.) Her vaginal walls should be engorged and “pillowy.” Tease the vulva with your penis; play with shallow thrusts, says Kerner. Or have her do that herself. You can watch.
  • 4 STIMULATE MULTIPLE AREAS
  •  Some experts say female orgasm can be generated from several spots beyond the obvious clitoris—nipples, earlobes, cervix, G-spot. Do your own experiments, says Kerner. Kiss her neck, caress the small of her back, whisper in her ear. And try stimulating the clitoris during penetration.

GAME ON! (or not)....

  • When it first released in 2011, L.A. Noire was an anomaly; its facial capture tech was an innovative showcase of animation, and it's focus on slower-paced interrogation puzzles widely contrasted the big-budget shooters of the time. Six years later, the game has surprisingly managed to make its way onto Switch. While a few sacrifices were made in performance and graphical fidelity to get L.A. Noire running, the ambitious spirit of this stylistic 1940s-era detective adventure remains.L.A. Noire's principal 21 cases are all present, including all of its DLC cases. As budding LAPD detective Cole Phelps, you spend the bulk of your time gathering evidence, interrogating suspects, and making accusations. Phelps is a fascinating, yet morally flawed, character whose checkered past is compelling to see unfold as the story goes on. The cases you solve remain interesting and well-paced, balancing slower, more meticulous investigative moments with brief shootouts and vehicular/on-foot chases. On Switch, the game controls as well as it did on previous generation consoles, especially when playing docked with a Pro Controller. It also offers motion and touch controls, which are welcome additions that make L.A. Noire feel more involved. Motion controls allow you to use the right Joy-Con to control the camera and physically manipulate objects you pick up, while touch controls command Phelps where to go and what investigate by simply tapping the screen. However, both control schemes don't feel as functional as playing with a traditional gamepad setup.


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