First of all I would like to thank to you join the #letspal life . Let'sPal is : Language & Culture Exchange Let'sPal is : Discover the World Let'sPal is : funny& enjoy&smile &cry Let'sPal is : poison and passion Let'sPal is : Save the Planet Let'sPal is : Keep Love Alive Let'sPal is : To be style 1- Complete the all informations about you 2- Upload profile foto ( make sure that size must be less than 4mb and crop it ) 3- Upload cover foto 4- Mention at “ about me “ who are you , You should be make sure that all informations about you correctly writen in the website then it gives you more chance to other members will know who are you , what is your specialist , work , interestings , e.t.c. 5- You should post sometings on the Wall about all what you like tos hare as a your culture , interesting informations , comics , drama , movies , music , Daily activities of you , some discussions ,foto sor more 6- Add more online and offline members over the World by searching , lets start with online member 7- Join and start the conversations under the fotos by comments under the fotos or movies or music 8- You could easly create a Blogs , Poll 9- Create a “ ask sometihngs “ and get answer 10- Join the groups and post what you like I am sure that you will enjoy and having fun by making language practice with all members Please don’t be shy to post or leave the comments or add more friends I wish you these informations help to you how Letspal website Works [img]http://www.letspal.com/PF.Base/file/attachment/2017/01/398ea6d717a5f4a214fcaeac8f76983b_view.jpg[/img]
[img]http://www.letspal.com/PF.Base/file/attachment/2016/12/9799a895e7b9059431aec78a7083edb4_view.jpg[/img] AFTER Christmas, the hoteliers and resaurateurs of KLOSTERS brace themselves for the busiest period of the winter season. This hectic interlude has nothing to do with New Year's Eve, the school holidays or the scheduling of a rowdy snowboarding jamboree on the mountain. The end of January is World Economic Forum time in Switzerland, where the most important people on the planet will be choosing the chocolate-box diplomacy of Klosters, Just a short ski away from the concrete hotels and shopping centres of neighbouring Davos, for their convention base. The Luegisland chalet may host Nicolas Sarkozy and Carla Bruni... or Bono. Why do the big hitters, game-changers, politicians, money men, Euro-aristos and all-weather downhillers come to Klosters ? Because the little Graubunden village does the low-key and discreetly well-appointed snow-and-security thing better than any other resort in the Alps. If it's world-class shopping, apres-ski sushi and party-like-a-Russian #nightclubs you're looking for in a winter sports destination, head for St Moritz or Courchevel. Klosters, meanwhile, is a fabulously snooty, super-civilised, immaculately run farming community that just happens to have world-class skiing at its doorstep. During a high #season week you might just catch a glimpse of Johnny Depp, Julia Roberts, the king of Sweden or Princes Charles walking the aisles at the local supermarket, but you won't see a single franchised retail outlet anywhere. When in Klosters, your schedule is get up early, have a hearty breakfast, ski,ski,ski. Stop for a slab of cremeschnitte and a shot of schnapps. Ski a bit more. Dinner. Disco, maybe. Yes, Klosters might require a more vigorous, thigh-burning schedule than other resorts, but rest assured you are following in the tracks of writers, playboys, Hollywood legends, lotharios, divas, adventurers... more information: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Klosters
[img]http://www.letspal.com/PF.Base/file/attachment/2016/12/f15085ee81d4f04f86af7568ebad7ddb_view.jpg[/img] French car giant Renault was suffering creative status when new design director Laurens van den Acker was appointed in 2009. Reimagining the entire visual language for a car company is a Herculean task, but he managed it and the #Trezor ushers in phase two. An advanced carbon - fibre chassis underpins its swooping bodywork, but the real kicker is the Trezor's all-eletric powertrain. #Renault has been one of the prime movers in the groundbreaking Formula E race series since its inception in 2014, and the company is also Europe's bestselling electric vehicle manufacturer. So the Trezor's 260kW, 350hp motor is battle-hardened and because electric power units deliver all their torque from a standstill, it will rocked to 62mph in less than four seconds. The Trezor's exterior channels some of the most influential car designs of all time: Jaguar's XKSS and Pininfarina's 1970 Modulo, among others. Its body is covered in tiny little hexagons that change form as they flow into the car's curves. There are no A-pillars, so the screen wraps around in an uninterrupted flow, like the visor on a helmet. Yet wood is also a major structural element; there's a naturally finished wooden frame under the vast bonnet that houses sumptuous leather luggage. The occupants access the cabin via a massive single-piece canopy, which hinges forward on flawlessly engineered struts. Inside, the analogue and digital face-off continues, and though the Trezor's lipstick-red cabin has a reconfigurable OLED instrument panel, saddle leather and plump carpet are old-school luxury signifiers. "I think it's a beatiful object," Van den Acker says. "We're a popular brand, and we need to make cars that are easy to like." They need to make this. Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l8L38t3Ch44
I remember the day well, the trio of friends I was with, the crows a mish-mash of tropes-the elderly, toddlers, teens,nuns Hasidic jews, women in hijabs-that moved as an amoebic unit, lurching across London. On a cold,grey Saturday in February 2003, I lined up on the Embankment, ready to march to Hyde Park in protest of the Iraw war in one of the biggest day of protest the world had ever seen. Tony Blair had mobilised the troops so we mobilised ourselves. I was 15,and when I went out I borrowed my dad's Nokia 3210. Its talents were texts, photne calls and Snake. Those days were a seminal moment in the history of communication. It was the crack of dawn of the digital age, before social media existed, before we felt the need to broadcast our breakfasts everyday and post selfies of existences superior in their appearance to their reality. At my liberal north London grammer school it was normal and encouraged to be politically aware, to discourse on current affairs, to have opinions on social injustice, politics, classism and racism. We talked about these topics in the classroom and we talked about them in the Wetherspoons on Camden High Street over $1 bottles of WKD. Iargued with my friends over the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, our throats hoarse from smoking endless B&H Golds in the woods next to school, dodging the resident flasher. We had the privilege of a good education, and we were defiant, opnionated and hopeful. We were #woke. In fact the term hadn't been invented then, though its essence has always existed. It arose out of the Black Lives Matter movement, which surfaced following the death of 17-year-old Trayvon Martin in 2012 and the ensuing acquittal of his killer, George Zimmerman. #StayWoke accompanied social posts about police brutality, racism and the industrial prison complex, reminding us to look beyond face value and to question the status quo. Nearly five years after Martin's death, #woke is one of MTV's top slang words for 2016 and the Urban Dictonary defines #wokeness as being socially aware in relation specifially to social injustice. Matt Mcgorry, the one-legged guard in Orange Is The New Black, has a whole Buzzfeed article dedicated to his wokeness, with pictures of him reading The New Jim Crow with witty captions acknowledging his own white privilege. But what does it really mean to be woke in Britain today ? I pose this question knowing that I haven't marched for anything for a long time and knowing that my dinner party conversation is less toppical than it once was, my politicising mosly relagted to social media. After the last general election something happened on #twitter. Thousands of Brits annoucned that - so incesed were they at the prospect of a Tory government - they were moving to Scotland. The comedian David Trent noticed what was going on. "I understood the idea," he says, "but after seeing 20 of them in a row, I thought of course you're nt f**ing moving."
THIS isn't Thomas Heatherwick's first rodeo. The British designer behind the 2012 Olympic Torch, the new Routemaster bus and the propesed Garden Bridge across the Thames knows how fearless design can divide opinion. So no wonder when he unveiled his plans for Vessel, a 150ft Escher-like creation with2,400 steps, he called out some snarky comparisons before anyone else could have the pleasure: it resembled a rubbish bin, he said; it was inspired by a skip. Whatever your sentiment (Art News' reviewer said it was " so ill- conceived that at first I thought it had to be a joke"), this centrepiece for the $25 billion Hudson Yards skyscraper development on the West Side is happenening- and will be a significant addition to the Manhattan skyline when finished in 2018 Heatherwick's hope is that it will fill with people delighting in its multitudinous perspectives on the city and runners repuposing it as a jungle gym. We suspect he will be vindicated. [img]http://www.letspal.com/PF.Base/file/attachment/2016/12/c8206e28e0d70ce4c6172c9cb3377859_view.jpg[/img]
, every wants to date a that has a muscle and cool style, romance behaviour and sure pocket or ..... figure [img]http://www.letspal.com/index.php/file/attachment/2016/10/7be454d3e0ced68b9a94b95e4708bc7a_view.jpg[/img]
I heard that human have their second puberty, its like the same as our first puberty, our voice and body changing, fall in love again, i still not sure about it because i still not feel that second puberty. This second puberty is part of growing up. If it hasn't happened to you yet, don't worry, because it will. It can happen at any time, whether you're 30 years old or 80 years old. When the time comes, your body will begin changing in sickening and terrifying ways [img]http://www.letspal.com/index.php/file/attachment/2016/10/53db398fa0622b7d08bd7bc6ae5237a2_view.jpg[/img]
Ive reading book about Female brain and Male brain with the tittle "The female brain" and other book is "The male brain" those book explain about how female and male from they're born, even before born, about emotion, hormone and other things for me this book is very interesting to read.
i do all of these, my favorite is standing on my father feet, he hold my hands and start walking. small pure village girl grow up, ahh i see, thats why i have muscles lol lets see how much memories that you make in your childhood :) [img]http://www.letspal.com/index.php/file/attachment/2016/10/cab44543bee9a7fb63a2dddbdad39a9e_view.jpg[/img]