Daily Archives: March 5, 2020

Horoscope♉: 03/05/2020


Decisions don’t have to be as hard as you make them, Taurus. You may feel as if a strong force is pulling you in a clear direction, so don’t resist it. You’ll only drive yourself crazy trying to list all the reasons why you should or shouldn’t go the way you’re destined to go. Make things easier on yourself by going with the flow instead of letting your mind interfere with constant chatter and resistance.: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.tfd.mobile.TfdSearch

Today’s Holiday: Amalaka Ekadashi

Today’s Holiday:
Amalaka Ekadashi

Among Hindus, who respect all animate and inanimate things because they are manifestations of the Universal Spirit, this is a day for worshipping the Amalaka tree, where Vishnu is believed to live. An Amalaka tree is ceremonially bathed and watered, a fast is observed, and Brahmans are given gifts. Amalaka Ekadashi also marks the beginning of the Holi or spring festival in India, where people splash each other with colored water and red powder and indulge in eating and drinking. More…: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.tfd.mobile.TfdSearch

Today’s Birthday: Louis Francis “Lou” Costello (1906)

Today’s Birthday:
Louis Francis “Lou” Costello (1906)

Costello was an American comedian who, along with Bud Abbott, formed the comedic duo of Abbott and Costello. From 1931 to 1957, Costello played a bumbling, cheery dimwit alongside Abbott’s “straight man” in various stage, radio, and TV routines, the most famous of which was their “Who’s on First?” skit. Regarded as the archetypal team of burlesque comedy, the pair starred in movies such as Buck Privates and Abbott & Costello Meet Frankenstein. Why did the two eventually part ways? More…: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.tfd.mobile.TfdSearch

This Day in History: Walter Cronkite Signs off CBS Evening News (1981)

This Day in History:
Walter Cronkite Signs off CBS Evening News (1981)

During his career as a broadcast journalist, “Uncle Walter,” as Cronkite was affectionately known, was identified in public opinion polls as the most trusted man in America. He was managing editor and anchorman of The CBS Evening News with Walter Cronkite for almost 20 years and covered the first televised US presidential election, the 1969 moon landing, and the assassination of US President John F. Kennedy. In 1981, he signed off for the last time with what famous phrase? More…: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.tfd.mobile.TfdSearch

Quote of the Day: Gilbert Chesterton

Quote of the Day:
Gilbert Chesterton

There is but an inch of difference between the cushioned chamber and the padded cell. More…: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.tfd.mobile.TfdSearch

Article of the Day: Lake Guatavita

Article of the Day:
Lake Guatavita

Lake Guatavita is a small crater lake in the mountains of Colombia that has been the site of a centuries-old treasure hunt. It is likely the source of the legend of El Dorado, which allegedly began prior to the 16th century, when a local Chibcha chief would ritually coat himself in gold dust, bathe in the lake, and cast offerings of gold and jewels into the water. Since the arrival of the Spanish, numerous attempts have been made to recover the supposed treasure. What strategies have been tried? More…: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.tfd.mobile.TfdSearch

Idiom of the Day: harp on the same string

Idiom of the Day:
harp on the same string

To dwell tediously and repeatedly upon a single subject or topic, especially in complaint. Likened to playing the same note over and over again on a harp. Watch the video…: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.tfd.mobile.TfdSearch

Word of the Day: imperious

Word of the Day:

Definition: (adjective) Having or showing arrogant superiority to and disdain of those one views as unworthy.

Synonyms: prideful, sniffy, supercilious, swaggering, haughty, lordly, overbearing, disdainful

Usage: She gave him a witheringly imperious look and sauntered off with her nose in the air.: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.tfd.mobile.TfdSearch

Watch “Antonín Dvořák – Le Rouet d’or/The Golden Spinning Wheel, poème symphonique B. 197 (op. 109)” on YouTube

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Ces Poèmes symphoniques sont des œuvres de la maturité d’Antonín Dvořák et ont été inspirés, à l’exception du Chant du héros, par des contes en vers de Karel Jaromír Erbenissus des légendes populaires transmises par la tradition orale tchèque. Ils ont été composés après son séjour américain, lors de son retour en Bohême en 1896 et constituent les dernières œuvres pour orchestre du compositeur. Au nombre de cinq, ils sont représentatifs d’une musique à programme. Ils peuvent être rapprochés, dans la démarche, des Ouvertures de concert ou du cycle Má Vlast de Smetana.
Les trois premiers, entrepris en janvier, sont rapidement achevés dès avril et le quatrième, la Colombe, à l’automne. Le Chant du héros est composé début 1897.

L’Ondin (Vodník), B. 195 (op. 107)

La Sorcière de midi(Polednice), B. 196 (op. 108)

Le Rouet d’or(Zlatý kolovrat), B. 197 (op. 109)

La Colombe(Holoubek), B. 198 (op. 110)

Le Chant du héros(Píseň bohatýrská), B. 199 (op. 111)

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My rainbow cactus

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Watch “Top 10 Best Classic Looney Tunes Cartoon Compilation [HD]” on YouTube

Watch “BETTY BOOP: Riding the Rails (1938) (Remastered) (HD 1080p)” on YouTube

Quote: Six ethics of life.

Quote: Six ethics of life.

Quote: Six ethics of life.


Quote: Accept your past…

Quote: Accept your past...

Quote: Accept your past…


Quote: People think you’re crazy…

Quote: People think you're crazy...

Quote: People think you’re crazy…


Quote: People think you’re crazy…

Quote: People think you're crazy...

Quote: People think you’re crazy…


Quote: Start where you are…

Quote: Start where you are...

Quote: Start where you are…


Quote: Start where you are…

Quote: Start where you are...

Quote: Start where you are…


Watch “Beethovenovy Teplice (Klára 5,5)” on YouTube

Hematopoiesis from pluripotent Stem Cells

Hematopoiesis from pluripotent Stem Cells

Hematopoiesis from pluripotent Stem Cells