cornell art museum One of the disturbing changes I mentioned is always that my fellow oxygen users allow themselves to be fooled so easily. It?s almost as if there is no-one to think on their own anymore. We let trends dictate the way we dress, talk and interact. Where I?m from, inside 90?s you couldn't be caught dead with tight pants (if you don't were Caucasian). Now, a few rap artist wear "skinny jeans" plus it?s okay? Now I?m not implying that there?s anything wrong with wearing fitted clothing, but does media have to give you a natural light for everything? Live your life for you personally. TheCisco Aironet 2700 Series of Wi-Fi access points (APs) deliversindustry-leading 802.11ac performance at a price point ideal for pluggingcapacity and coverage gaps in dense indoor environments. The Aironet 2700Series extends 802.11ac speed and features to a new generation of smartphones,tablets, and high-performance laptops now shipping with the faster, 802.11acWi-Fi radios. The black-tie awards ceremony was held on 15 June at the Royal Armouries in Leeds, at the centre of the country’s great east-west glass manufacturing corridor – where nine out of ten of the UK’s largest glass manufacturers have production sites. A hookah (uqqa, which in Arabic means small box, jar or jug), shisha (Shishe in Persian meaning glass), or narguile (in Persian n?rgil meaning coconut), can be a traditional smoking hookah, also referred to as hookah or kalian. It is really a pipe containing water in their base, a suction tube, the aroma container which is covered with aluminum foil, an on top of that are placed the components of coal. It is used mainly in North Africa, from Morocco to Egypt. The concept of killer kids are few things new, but The Children can safely join the list of great horror movies like The Omen, Home Movie, The Exorcist, The Innocents and Village from the Damned. The film is directed by Tom Shankland who also adapted the script form a narrative by Paul Andrew Williams the director and writer of London to Brighton and The Cottage. Shankland delivers a simple film, which has a simple set up as well as a simple settle. What’s not simple are his sublime directorial flourishes. Shankland might give a few jump scares, but avoids genre clichés and wisely chooses a highly effective slow burn. The journey is unnerving, relentless, full of suspense with a terrifying and brutal atmosphere. Easily one from the best horror films of the decade and determined to be a Brit Classic.