• Create Dynamic Themes and Wallpapers
• Create User Setting Rules
• Supports almost all Operating Systems
• In-Depth User Guide
• Support for Auto Shutdown, Fast Start and Restart
• Change the Wallpaper with a specific time
• In-depth user guide that teaches you how to use the softwareWhoopi Goldberg is arguing to reverse the number one rule of investing: diversification.
On Thursday’s “The View” the outspoken and comedic actress appeared alongside fellow co-hosts Lisa Kudrow and Rosie O’Donnell to speak to the aftermath of the second deadly terrorist attack on American soil in less than a year, and shared her thoughts on the events of the day.
“I think it’s very important that we not believe that this is a random attack on our country,” Goldberg began. “Because we’ve had people saying that for years, that it’s not random.”
“And we’ve had the people in the intelligence community saying, ‘Oh, no, we have a system where we can stop these people from coming on to this plane.’ And we have these people buying these tickets,” she continued. “The only way you stop it is to stop letting people come to this country.”
While the comedian acknowledged the fact that this attack was successful because of “extreme vetting,” she explained that preventing all terrorist attacks was not always possible.
“No one is saying that we should just let anyone in,” she said. “People should have to pass all the laws and checks that we’re doing. It would be a very difficult undertaking.”
“I don’t believe that we should feel so entitled that we can’t prevent any terrorist from doing anything,” she concluded.
O’Donnell chimed in: “The way the media is acting and the way the majority of the world seems to be acting, [is that] it’s as if this is some kind of magical event, like, ‘Whoah, this is a magic event, we should be grateful and it’s just going to happen.'”
“Well, we have a presidential election going on, what happens to us next?” she added. “You’re going to have like, ‘Oh, what happens to us?’ You’re going to have riots, but at least it’s not people with guns going out in the streets and shooting each other.”
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Analog World Clock is a clock widget which will show you the time in a different time zone. Optional drawer shows the city, country and date. It can display the time in any country, city, state, province, province.
How to use it:
1. Install Analog World Clock and upload it to your widget.
2. Configure the widget settings.
6/2/2013 12:34 AM // 12 hours format
2/28/2012 4:28 AM // 14 hours format
Sunday // For example, the date is Sunday.
3. Choose analog clock style you like.
4. Optionally change the time.
You can change the time by clicking on the clock.
Settings > Settings > Time.
Change time by click on the clock.
Analog World Clock is silent.
You can set a reminder sound.
Change notification settings by clicking on the clock.
Settings > Settings > Notifications.
You can also set the notification sound by clicking on the clock.
You can show the drawer on widget by clicking the gear icon on the top right side of the widget.
Add your widgets for email.
Open App > Add Widget > Add from the App.
Click on the clock and click the gear icon on the top right side of the widget.
Open App > Add Widget > Add to the App.
Click on the clock and click the Add widget button on the top right side of the widget.
Click the widget to get the link and paste it to your email.
CEPTV is the leading television newsroom covering local, national and international news stories from anywhere in the world. CEPTV offers a wide variety of content ranging from local news to live breaking news and weather to entertainment and international news and sports. a high altitude, but that’s not the point. Those are the rules; you have to work by them. And he’s always willing to work by them. And the rules are always on his side. He takes the upper hand, all the time.
Even in his initial meeting with Jacob, where he is clearly disappointed that his son isn’t talking to him and trying to fix what is wrong with the way Jacob is living, he’s still always in the upper hand: