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Star With No Make Up
- The combination of qualities that form a person's temperament
- The composition or constitution of something
- makeup: an event that is substituted for a previously cancelled event; "he missed the test and had to take a makeup"; "the two teams played a makeup one week later"
- constitute: form or compose; "This money is my only income"; "The stone wall was the backdrop for the performance"; "These constitute my entire belonging"; "The children made up the chorus"; "This sum represents my entire income for a year"; "These few men comprise his entire army"
- Cosmetics such as lipstick or powder applied to the face, used to enhance or alter the appearance
- constitution: the way in which someone or something is composed
- (of a performer) Have a principal role in a movie, play, or other show
- (astronomy) a celestial body of hot gases that radiates energy derived from thermonuclear reactions in the interior
- (of a movie, play, or other show) Have (someone) as a principal performer
- feature as the star; "The movie stars Dustin Hoffman as an autistic man"
- leading(p): indicating the most important performer or role; "the leading man"; "prima ballerina"; "prima donna"; "a star figure skater"; "the starring role"; "a stellar role"; "a stellar performance"
- (of a person) Perform brilliantly or prominently in a particular endeavor or event
star with no make up - Silverhill T10
Silverhill T10 Torx Driver for Tamper Resistant Screws
If you want to open your PS3, then you need a tamper resistant screwdriver size T10 to remove the first screw. After that, the rest of the screws require a standard phillips screwdriver. Why buy a whole set, when you need just one screwdriver? This driver has a small hole in the tip, to bypass the post in a tamper resistant screw, like the ones found in the OEM Playstation 3. The screwdriver handle is easy to use, the yellow part turns freely in your palm while you are applying pressure to it. Handle is also ergonomic for ease of use. It starts with a high quality handle, but, the metal shank is Chrome Vanadium Hardened Steel (CR-V) 6150. This is high quality metal. We chose this metal so that the screwdriver will last longer. High quality design, high quality material, and an excellent price.
Make it SUPER HAPPY FUN TIME
I used to love The Next Generation. It was great. I found myself forgiving the fact they had no internet, and sat in chairs on a spaceship with no seatbelts. And some of the crew have to stand up. For hours probably. They took their families with them into really dangerous situations and wore really dull clothes. They put the bridge on top of the hull in possibly the most strategically dumb place to put a bridge imaginable. They never, ever used the captain's yacht. And when it was all over, they started making films, carrying on where the original series left off. 'Generations' was lacklustre and contained the most ridiculous plot device ever, a big space-bourne electrical storm that would happily chew up starships, yet allow people like Malcolm McDowell in untouched and then let them live out perfect lives forever. My inner geek would rationalise this by suggesting the Nexus was some sort of imaging or storage device created by an ancient civilisation that has gone awry, but that would be silly. Anyway, it does contain the outstanding sequence where the saucer section of the Enterprise crash lands on the surface of a planet, which is fantastic. The fact they get pwned by a shitty old Bird of Prey captained by Klingon Fat Slag-alikes Lursa and Be'tor lets it down a bit. Next came 'First Contact', which has a few daft bits, but rips along fast enough for you not to care. The Borg are ace baddies and are truly creepy. Worf and Picard get to act all hard and we get starships fighting a Borg cube. Acers. So why was Insurrection the pile of cack it ended up being. Basically, nobody gives a shit about the hippies living on the planet of eternal life in their shit clothes and soft focus hair-waving. Pah. They might as well have been Ewoks. At least we could have had a laugh when they got shot. And why am I bothered now, so long after the event? Why am I even writing about this film? I have to. Perhaps, like Annorax from the terrible Star Trek Voyager I want to rewrite history, as the writers of Trek are so fond of doing with their constant trips into the past. By the way, Voyager was endemic of that whole Insurrection era, kind of like; 'the fans will buy any old tat.' Well, some of us did and some of us didn't. So here is my rewritten storyline for Star Trek Insurrection. I think it would have been much better, and they might not have made Nemesis then. Which was a bit like they thought, hey, Wrath of Khan was good, let's do that but with Data getting killed. A sad ending to the franchise. Anyway. Insurrection takes place about the time of the Dominion war as seen in Star Trek: Deep Space Nine. So what do the writers of Insurrection do? Send the Enterprise off on some pissy mission to some nothing planet full of smug tossers. In the words of Winehouse: NO. NO. NO. You don't send your most famous ship off to hide. Picard would have bitten his cup of Earl Grey tea in half when he got those orders. So NO. In my version, the Enterprise is en-route to join the fleet amassing to battle the Dominion when they get a message from Captain Sisko, aboard the Defiant. Starfleet headquarters have lost contact with two other starships on their way to join the fleet and the Enterprise is the closest vessel to the missing ships. Picard orders the Enterprise to the last known co-ordinates of the vessels. They soon find one of the starships, the USS Shackleton, severely damaged and drifting. There is no sign of the other ship, the USS Wellington. An away team beams over to the Shackleton and finds the crew dead. Geordi and Data quickly confirm the crew have been killed by phaser fire. The Shackleton has apparently been attacked by the Wellington. Ooo. The Enterprise crew find most of the ships armaments, photon torpedoes, phaser rifles and the unknown contents of a cargo bay have been taken. During a briefing from Starfleet, it turns out that the Wellington was a kind of 'Dirty Dozen' starship, crewed by convicted ex-starfleet officers and personnel. The Shackleton was escorting the Wellington to the battle. On board was a transmitter which would detonate explosives aboard the Wellington if the convicts tried to escape. Somehow the convicts had disabled this control and escaped, attacking the Shackleton during the process and killing all those on board. Picard's orders have changed. He has to stop the USS Wellington at any cost and retrieve the secret weapon stolen from the Shackleton. As he give the order to begin the search, a distress call from a cargo ship comes in. The ship is being attacked by a starfleet vessel... Doesn't that sound better? The baddies could be a crew of nutcases, murderers, cannibals, you name it. There could be any number of admirals on board, as they are notorious for going bonkers. You could even have kept the bloke who played the baddy in 'Amadeus' in it as the baddie. He wouldn't have had to wear make up either. A bonus for him and a cost saving for the production. I haven't really worked out w
With The Roses
Going to have to switch to full view for this one. It's real small for some reason. I have been wanting to do this photo for a long time. So when I met Michelle and she knew where a rose garden was, I got really excited. We headed over there and it only took like less then five minutes to get all the shots. It was quite a good time. Michelle is the girl who did the make-up in the "Mel" and "Shadows Are Security" photos. She is very talented and beautiful(and single rawr). You all please thank her for me please. Anyways, this poem is extremely important to me. As some of you may have seen in my journal, I have the last four lines tattooed on my wrist. It means quite a bit of different things for me personally. I wrote it the first day I got to college, I knew I did not need to go to college, but there I was. I spent my time writing this instead of listening to my professors. Now hear I am, a college drop out haha, even though I was one year from finishing my degree. I couldn't be happier though. I am doing what I love to do, and that is creating art. I hope you all take what the poem says to heart, because it always keeps me positive whenever things are hard. As I Walk With The Roses No Hole Breaks My Step No Thorn Pricks My Finger No Sun Burns My Neck As I Walk With The Roses No Wind Hurts My Eyes No Daisy's Decumbent No Friend Tells Me Lies As I Walk With The Roses No Intrigue For Time No Rain Comes To Fall No Stars Unaligned As Walk With The Roses And No Worries Come Ahead I know At This Moment That I Must Be Dead. I'm allowing this one to be downloaded. Have fun.
star with no make up
Escape from the wampa ice creature with Luke Skywalker!
While on scouting duty on Hoth, Luke Skywalker is savagely attacked and captured by a ferocious wampa ice creature. Can he use the Force to recover his lightsaber before the wampa gets him? Or will pilot Zev Zenesca save him using the snowspeeder?
Includes 3 minifigures: wampa ice creature, Luke Skywalker and Zev Zenesca
Features wampa cave and snowspeeder
Wampa cave features lightsaber catapult function and skeleton
Snowspeeder includes opening cockpit and realistic tow cable with string and hook
Combine with other Hoth sets from LEGO Star Wars including Echo Base 7749, Rebel Trooper Battle Pack 8083, and Snowtrooper Battle Pack 8084
Wampa cave measures 7? (18cm) long and 4? (10cm) wide
Snowspeeder measures 7? (18cm) long