The Sherlock Holmes Society of London’s Roger Johnson called the newly restored flick “a wonderful treat.” The first small-screen American take on Conan Doyle’s stories starred Ronald Howard as Holmes and H. Marion Crawford as Watson.
Multiple Shylockian admitted to having a soft spot for this “hilarious” reimagining that flips the personalities of its dynamic detective duo, featuring Ben Kingsley’s Watson as the brain and Michael Caine’s Holmes as the bumbling student. For one of the most recent big-screen adaptations, Linger paid particular kudos to Jude Law, who plays “one of the very best Watson sever” opposite Robert Downey Jr.'s Holmes.
January 28, 2021, This channel, NASA beauty spa, features pimple extractions. January 26, 2021, Ok these are actually blackheads that are on the face of someone named “Happy”, but it’s fun to watch all the same.
January 24, 2021, Blackheads and whiteheads are the gems featured in this Enlist video. January 22, 2021, This poor patient has a severe case of acne.
January 21, 2021, Can we just nominate Loan Nguyen for the cutest pimples and blackheads award? January 19, 2021, A rather large dilated pore of wine (Dow) is featured in this video.
January 16, 2021, Here're a blackheads popping video I’m pretty sure I missed from Loan Nguyen a couple of months ago. In spite of the coronavirus pandemic, and in many cases because of it, grassroots organizing has led to numerous monumental changes this year.
As the community worked to contain the virus through the summer and fall, Young, 31, turned her attention toward U.S. Census and voter registration efforts ahead of the November presidential election. Turnout among Native American voters in Arizona surged compared with the 2016 presidential race, playing a key role in Joe Biden winning the state that hasn't supported a Democrat in the White House since 1996.
And recently, President-elect Biden announced his nomination of Rep. Deb Harland of New Mexico to lead the Department of Interior, which would make her the country's first Native American Cabinet secretary. “This is a proud moment for our people and our youth who can finally see someone who looks like us in a position of change-making power and who will lead us like our ancestors have for centuries,” Young says.
She got four bills passed under the Trump administration, which reflects her unwavering advocacy and fight for Indigenous peoples. Here, Young shares with CNBC Make It her reflections on 2020, and how she's channeling momentum from a challenging year into the one ahead.
“The creation of Protect the Sacred and everything we've accomplished through that, from COVID-19 response and being able to call out for medical volunteers, monetary donations, PPE and essential supplies. “She always reminded me: We're going to get through this as long as we continue to lean into our teachings and our spirituality as Dine (Navajo) people.
Usually for the last two weeks of the year, I indulge in self-care and do my very best to completely unplug and enjoy my family, as well as catch up on TV shows, books and podcasts. “Protect the Sacred will be distributing hygiene kits with disinfectants, hand sanitizer, PPE, gloves, hats and other winter items.
Native people showed up for President-elect Biden and Vice President-elect Harris, and there are things we certainly want to be invited to the table to discuss, like climate change and policies that pertain to tribal communities. We want to continue providing them with opportunities to develop that leadership as advocates and activists, not only in Indian country, but in a lot of communities of color across the nation.
While working full-time at our corporate jobs, we mustered the mental fortitude to come home every day and power through the dark, cold, wintry Utah nights and build the best adventure rig we could envision... Late that spring, our trusty steed, Tony Panza, a beautiful 2017 RAM Promoter 1500 136”, was completed. Tony Panza took us on rock climbing, mountain biking, and hiking trips all over Utah, Idaho, Oregon, Washington, British Columbia, Alberta, Montana, and Wyoming.
What started as a side project to alleviate the burden of setting up a tent and making breakfast on crisp mornings before tackling difficult boulder problems in the desert, quickly became more than something reserved for the weekends. We decided life is too short for regrets this big, and we began building out Pamela Anderson, a 2017 RAM Pro master 3500 159” extended.
Famous As: TikTok (Musical.LY) star In spite of what it might sound like bush crafting isn’t the art of turning shrubbery into sculptures, it’s the method by which people survive in the wild.
The full tang blade is just as comfortable cutting small branches to cover your shelter as it is gutting your catch or skinning a rabbit. You can lean into the task at hand with confidence knowing the full tang, drop point blade won’t let you down.
The blade here is tough enough to meet the demands of wild and won’t back down from its duty to help provide shelter and sustenance regardless of conditions. This is a knife that feels great in your hand and makes the performance of typical survival tasks easy, so you can concentrate on things like plotting your escape route or finding water.
It’s a thin blade, good for carving, yet it’s tough enough to harvest the wood you need to get a fire going and shelter built. The Tungsten DLC anti-corrosive coating protects the high carbon blade from the elements to give you years of faithful service and the over-molded rubber handle ensures you can direct your energy effectively without worrying that your hand will slip.
This bush craft knife is fairly light, so it won’t wear you out, safe to use, modest at 3 ¾ inches and boasts a sure grip thereon handle. This bush craft knife was designed for the Swedish armed forces with survival in mind, so it should be no surprise to anyone that it excels in this arena.
It’s comfortable to hold, can really take a pounding, might struggle a bit with larger branches due to its light weight but will otherwise rise to every occasion in spectacular fashion. Finally, the thereon handle is surprisingly comfortable and provides a nice firm grip whether you’re bare-handed or wearing gloves.
The Condor Walnut Handle Bush craft Knife takes its design cues from the past but don’t let that fool you. It’s ideal for survival-related cutting and chopping tasks with its 1075 carbon steel blade and slightly heavier than average weight of 12 oz.
The spine of the blade can be used to activate your fire starter and will send a generous shower of sparks raining down on your kindling, birch bark or whatever. Edge retention is excellent and the drop point blade, so favored by survival minded outdoors men, is ready for a full day of notching, chopping and whittling as well as gutting, cleaning and skinning.
The full tang blade sees to it that this bush craft knife won’t wilt under pressure or separate from the handle like many EDC knives can do when stressed. The G10 handles are extremely tough and the full grain leather sheath is all business, cradling the knife effectively so that, even if you’re on the run it won’t flop around and cause problems.
This is a bush craft knife engineered to exacting tolerances and crafted from high quality materials that will deliver when called upon. The full tang drop point blade will pierce, notch, chop, slice and dice until the cows come home while the grip jumping on the textured TPE handle ensures that your hand stays in place and the blade is always properly aligned to address whatever material needs attention.
Comes with heavy-duty black nylon sheath, sharpening stone and ferry rod to up your survival odds. The TPE rubber handle which is responsible for giving the knife a more domestic air is actually incredibly comfortable and allow you to hold your grip even while leaning into more labor-intensive tasks like splitting wood.
Hunters, fisherman, backpackers and mountain rescuers are all going to appreciate the degree of effectiveness the Craft line bush craft knife provides whether you’re building traps or notching poles for your emergency shelter. The robust finger guard keeps you safe from the razor sharp 12c27 Sandpit stainless steel blade, and it comes with a hard plastic combination sheath for effective storage and transport.
The Schrader Extreme Survival Knife lives up to its name with a 6 inch 1095 high carbon stainless steel blade and a beautiful ring-textured contoured handle that arcs ever so slightly forward, so you can maximize the force you bring to bear on the task. The drop point blade is full tang and can easily handle tasks you wouldn’t normally assign to a knife like splitting logs.
It boasts a contoured Marta handle, full tang blade and steel bolster that can double as a hammer if needed. The Selkirk is a high quality bush craft knife that will take on all you're cutting, chopping, cleaning and self-defense tasks with alacrity.
There’s a fire starter built into the handle to get your camp fire going and enough blade to hack through even decent sized branches to keep it going. The gentle arc to the handle and blade allow you to project maximum force upon the task at hand and when you’re done stow it away in the sturdy nylon sheath.
The main attraction is the ultra-sharp 4.1-inch hardened Sandpit 12C27 stainless steel blade, designed for food preparation, cutting tinder, and general carving.