In honor of my favorite show - BIG BROTHER - starting tonight I wanted to share this pic of when I met @scottiexxsalton at open casting calls!! He was on last season and happens to also be a fellow Chicagoan. ♥️🏙
It was so fun to go and try out and although I didn’t make it this go around....I’ll probably try again in the future 😏 lol
The actual audition was kind of dumb...they just had the local news team film a short video of us saying whatever we wanted...When I could have just done that at home instead of driving 3 hours to get there but it was a cool experience nonetheless:) and it was fun meeting Scottie!!
At most auditions they have casting people there...they also tell you to not come prepared so standing in front of a huge camera and not have anything prepared to say I kinda sucked and to this day I don’t remember what I said. .
For those of you who don’t know about the show, it’s a game where everyone is in this house without outside influences and each week a person is voted out. There are also competitions that can keep you safe and allow you to pick the two people that the house can vote out. What I like about it is the fact that it’s more then just competitions but also your social skills and there’s really no black and white way to play. Most people who have won have gone different routes with the way that they played the game. Winner is picked by everyone that was voted out and wins $500,000.
If you watch Big Brother lmk in the comments!!
So.. Hello 👋🏻👀... A lot has been going on for the past week(s). (SWIPE ➡️)
First of all.. Last Monday, I graduated from Copenhagen Business School with an A in my bachelor thesis🎓. And Friday I officially became bachelor: BA in European Business 📚
- My entire family, my friends, my boyfriend and my in-laws where gathered at my dads house for the first time ever 💫 It was amazing.. and more famiIy came to graduation.. I couldn’t have asked for more amazing and lovable people in my life 💝
At the same time, someone was missing.. that one person who had pushed me through the beginning of the studies because even though the World🌎 seemed like shit, she wanted me to keep going 🔥.. this Monday was the memorial of my mother’s passing 🙏🏻 The day that marks the year that has went by so fast and with so many experiences that I know she would have loved to experience and joined in on. ✨ Mama.. thank you for all the love you taught me, the courage you brought to me and all the components that made you MY mom. ❤️ And not a day goes by where I wish you could hold my hand and stroke my cheek as you used too.. where I feel the warmth and safety of your touch. As my heart bleeds once again by just thinking about you 💔 I know you are at peace.. it was such a beautiful day, beautiful weather🌤 and the tears were cried, the memories were remembered and the love was felt. I reached for you in the sky and I hold on to the fact that you reached back at me yesterday.. because there is nothing else I can do. It only hurts because I loved and still love you so dearly much. ❤️ A year might have passed.. but nothing’s changed. Du er stadig min Moar og jeg er stadig din lille rapand. 💕
IN THE MEMORY OF MY MOTHER - I ask all of you to hug your loved ones a little more, kiss a little more, show it a little more and give a little more. Remember to feel inside, inside the damn soul - how this nourishes and is what keeps us going 🙏🏻.
Tomorrow 9pm FREE streaming live on YouTube, Facebook and other websites. Tulsi will be live making a case for how we can invest in America for our future and future of our kids. #Tulsi2020#TulsiforPresident#nbc#msnbc
ESPN’s updated 2020 NBA mock draft:
They predict Tyrese Maxey #12 overall to the Charlotte Hornets.
While nothing is finalized as of right now, this would mean that Tyrese would team up with former Wildcat and newly drafted hornet, PJ Washington.
Would you guys like to see this happen? @tyresemaxey
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Israeli soldiers invaded, on Monday morning, Palestinian farmlands lands in Qaffin village, north of the northern West Bank city of Tulkarem, and demolished an agricultural shed and a room, in addition an under-construction room and a water tank.
The landowner, Nizar Abdul-Rahim Ajjouli, said he was surprised to see many army jeeps and soldiers accompanying a bulldozer into his farmland, east of the village.
He added that the soldiers then demolished his agricultural shed and a room, in addition to a large water tank, he used to irrigate his land.
Ajjouli stated that in late April of this year, the army invaded his land, and informed him of their intention to demolish his property by May 30th.
He then filed an appeal, which included proof of ownership of his land, and various other documents, but the army demolished his property without a prior notice, or a final legal resolution to the matter.
You won't see or hear about this on #CNN#ABC#CBS#NBC#FoxNews#BBC because they are #Palestinians including women and children with no Freedoms or Rights being Terrorized every way imaginable every single day by #Apartheid#Israel's Coward Forces led by War Criminal Terrorist #Netanyahu all for to steal their #Palestinian land + homes for all their Illegal Israeli Settlers with support from their US Puppets #DonaldTrump#NikkiHaley#MikePence#JaredKushner / #Jerusalem#Nakba71#bringbackourboys#bringbackourgirls#FreePalestine 🇵🇸 #Palestine#BoycottIsrael#BDS#Google#HandsOffAlAqsa#BreakGazaSiege#WestBank#Gaza
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#No4DealOfCentury Palestinian factions, today, announced a general strike in the occupied West Bank and besieged Gaza Strip, in protest against Bahrain’s hosting of the “Peace to Prosperity” conference.
The conference kicked off today in Bahraini capital of Manama, to discuss the economic aspects of the long-awaited “Deal of the Century”.
Last weekend, US President Donald Trump’s son-in-law and advisor for the Middle East, Jared Kushner, revealed details of the plan, stating that $50 billion would be invested in the region. More than half of this $50 billion would be spent in the economically-troubled Palestinian territories over ten years, while the rest would be split between Egypt, Lebanon and Jordan.
The National Committee for the Great March of Return and Breaking the Siege announced a series of activities, this week, in rejection of the conference. It has called for widespread participation in the general strike, and said it will organize a National Conference in the Strip’s central Gaza City, Days of Palestine further reports.
Meanwhile, the Committee condemned Arab participation in the Bahrain summit, and called on them to respect the united Palestinian rejection of the conference, which, it argues, aims to undermine Palestinian rights and principles.
As part of the activities announced by the Committee and the Palestinian factions, the Palestinian protesters will gather near Israeli checkpoints in Gaza and the West Bank. Witnesses reported that tens of Palestinians are currently gathering in front of Erez (Beit Hanoun) crossing, in the north of the Gaza Strip.
You won't see or hear about this on #CNN#ABC#CBS#NBC#FoxNews#BBC because they are #Palestinians including women and children with no Freedoms or Rights being Terrorized every way imaginable every single day by #Apartheid#Israel's Coward Forces led by War Criminal Terrorist #Netanyahu all for to steal their #Palestinian land + homes for all their Illegal Israeli Settlers with support from their US Puppets #DonaldTrump#NikkiHaley#MikePence#JaredKushner / #Jerusalem#Nakba71#bringbackourboys#bringbackourgirls#FreePalestine 🇵🇸 #Palestine#BoycottIsrael#BDS
The UN Office for the Coordination of Human Rights (OCHA) said that 43 Palestinian-owned homes or structures were demolished or confiscated in two weeks due to the lack of Israeli-issued building permits.
Such Israeli measures led to the displacement of 54 Palestinians and affected many others, according to a report released by OCHA covering Israeli violations in the occupied Palestinian territories between 4 - 17 June 2019.
32 those structures were in 11 “Area C” communities, including the herding community of Khirbet ar-Ras al Ahmar (Tubas), where 11 structures were demolished on 12 June due to its location within the boundaries of an Israeli-designated closed military zone.
In another closed military zone in the south of al-Khalil (Hebron), Israeli forces demolished four homes in Halaweh and Khallet ed-Dabaa communities. Two water cisterns were also demolished in Tammun village (Tubas) due to their location in a nature reserve, affecting access to water for the village’s estimated 13,600 residents.
In the same incident and on similar grounds, Israeli forces cut down 390 trees. One of the cisterns was for public use and was provided, along with 150 trees, by the Palestinian Authority.
The remaining 11 structures were demolished in east Jerusalem, including six in Kafr Aqab and Bir Una — two communities located within Jerusalem municipal areas on the West Bank side of the separation barrier. Read more at https://english.palinfo.com/40552
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