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as its own sky

and caught as its own level

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as its own sea

and making as its own connection

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Osokoo-Apuutoo(Prod By AT)

Osokoo kumasi Base rapper has made it again with a new controversial rap tune titled “APUUTOO”.You will love this one.Grab a copy below And Enjoy. 7 more words


OSHA to Roll Back Rules on Toxic Mineral at Construction Sites

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration proposed on Friday a rollback of some Obama-era rules to protect workers in the maritime and construction industries from beryllium, a potentially deadly mineral.Shortly after President Trump’s inauguration, the agency said it might peel away some restrictions, and OSHA’s proposed new rule follows a lobbying campaign by sellers of a waste product known as coal slag, an abrasive used for sandblasting in shipyards and at construction sites.OSHA’s step is another twist in a four-decades-long effort to lower workers’ exposure to beryllium, an industrial material linked to a debilitating lung ailment called chronic beryllium disease, which is estimated to kill 100 people annually.

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Roadtrips, Deadlifts and Grumps!

Monday saw the start of my deload week, I am definitely not a fan but it is necessary and my body definitely felt it today! 461 more words


Willie Nelson At Dallas Sportatorium; Poster; 1978

Willie Nelson At Dallas Sportatorium; Poster; 1978
Willie Nelson At Dallas Sportatorium; Poster; 1978 Venue: Sportatorium Musical Artist(s): Willie Nelson, Ray Wylie Hubbard, Delbert McClinton Poster Artist: Not Credited Dimensions: 11" X 17" Approximately Condition: Good Or Better First Printing: Yes, This Venue Shipping: No Additional Charge For Mailing To Continental U.S. 53 more words


13 people confess the illegal thing they're really good at

Most of us have broken the law at some point in our lives—whether it be a minor infraction like jaywalking or something more severe like grand theft auto. 547 more words


Study:Why You Should Be Yourself At Work

Hiding your true self at work may damage your career, science says so. University of Exeter researchers have found that failing to reveal “stigmatized characteristics” such as being gay or suffering from a mental illness reduces people’s self-esteem, job satisfaction, and work commitment. 111 more words