How to French Kiss

French Kissing tips

This is a guide to basic kissing, i.e. you learn the basics and get the basics right, then experiment and try different styles and more advanced techniques.

The basics

1. Brush your teeth, get a good bath, nicely groomed and clean and fresh, before meeting the other person. There's nothing worse than kissing the rear end of a garbage truck

2. Get into a comfortable position - you can't kiss if your back feels like it's gonna break. Suggestion - Sit side by side on a comfy sofa.

3. Hold your lover , firmly but gently - don't cause pain. Suggestion would be to hold the shoulders, the neck or gently on the side of the face, one side or both sides.

4. Move your faces closer. Don't bump noses. Suggestion would be the guy angle his face slightly so you don't bump noses.

5. Kiss gently, normal closed lips kissing, and close your eyes. Closing your eyes increases the sensations you feel, and also sets the mood.

6. Continue kissing gently. Get comfortable with simple closed lips, lip-to-lip kissing before going anywhere else.

7. If fine till here, tentatively, slowly and lightly draw your tongue across the other person's lips.

8. Chances are from here, if the other person lightly parts her tongue, slowly explore the other person's tongue in a light licking motion.

9. The tongue has a very sensitive surface, which is why tongue to tongue is the essence of french kissing.

10. After you've tried lightly licking the other person's tongue, you can try sucking on it, wrestling with it ( see if you can hold it to the floor of her mouth ) and other things like that.

11. Explore the other areas of the mouth. Especially the roof of the mouth. Lightly lick, or tickle the area with your tongue.

12. Don't bite. whatever you do, don't bite.

13. Don't swing your tongue round and round like a windmill. Explore lightly, don't drill your way through.

14. Breathe through your nose. Breathe through your nose. I say again, breathe through your nose.

15. Follow so far? You can lightly use your hands too, lightly rubbing the other person. Suggestions, along the waist, along the back, the arms, especially the inside of the arm, the neck, maybe running your fingers through her hair. Again, don't cause pain.

16. Continue kissing.


by : biLLbud

How to Play S.K.A.T.E

Skate is a competetion between two or more skaters. The rules of skate are similar to the rules of the basketball game horse.

Rules:

In skate the two or more playes start out a game, many times they will pick who goes first by flipping their board into the air and one player calles out griptape or graphic. if it lands on whichever they picked, they go first.
The first player will start out and do a trick. if they land it then the next player(s) will have to do that trick in the same stance.

If the first player lands a trick, and the following player atttemps the same trick and fails to land it, then they get a letter of the word skate. The players continue playing until one player does not land enough tricks to spell out the word skate. If there are more than two players they continue playing (while the players that lost are eliminated from the game)until there is one man standing that hasnt spelled out the entire word skate.


If you are the player that gets to choose the trick and u succesfully land your trick, then you get another turn to choose a trick, this continues until you dont land a trick.
Questions

Can a player do the same trick twice?

No. If a player could do the same trick twice all they had to do was learn like lazer flips or sumthing and they could do it 5 times in a row and i doubt anyone could keep up. A player can do a trick in a different stance.
Like if someone does a kickflip another player can do a nollie/fakie/ or switch kickflip.


This isn't tony hawk version budds

Some people think that when they play skate all the other person has to do is do a trick better than that to not get a letter. Like someone would do a pop shuvit down a two stair and the other player would do a nollie heel and say that the nollie heel was better.

how long do I have to hold a trick
Some people say when your doing a trick all you have to do is stick the landing for 3-4 seconds. So if somone does a tre flip and lands it and rides away clean for 3 seconds then hits a random little pebble its okay. but some people don't like that rule.


by : biLLy

Ethical Hacking

Ethical Hacking: Teaching Students to Hack
The growing dependence and importance regarding information technology
present within our society is increasingly demanding that professionals find more
effective solutions relating to security concerns. Individuals with unethical behaviors are
finding a variety of ways of conducting activities that cause businesses and consumers
much grief and vast amounts annually in damages.
As information security continues to be foremost on the minds of information
technology professionals, improvements in this area are critically important. One area
that is very promising is penetration testing or Ethical Hacking.
The purpose of this paper is to examine effective offerings within public and
private sectors to prepare security professionals. These individuals must be equipped
with necessary tools, knowledge, and expertise in this fast growing proactive approach to
information security. Following this examination a proposed model of Ethical Hacking
instructional plan will be addressed.
Ethical Hacking
One of the more effective ways of testing network security is penetration testing
or ethical hacking. Activities focus on the identification and exploitation of security
vulnerabilities, and subsequent implementation of corrective measures (Using an Ethical
Hacking Technique). Organizations are increasingly evaluating the success or failure of
their current security measures through then use of ethical hacking processes. According
to some “’ethical hacking’ may be one of the most effective ways to proactively plug
rampant security holes” (Yurcik & Doss, 2001). Moreover, many security experts
encourage organizations to hire ethical hackers to test their networks (Leung, 2005).


by : biLLy

Help Others

One gauge our success is an advantage to promote the people who really can not afford to provide such assistance Staple food, etc.. Success is measured by the ability we start helping others, creating job opportunities as much as possible, so others have a more advanced again with the same values with us.

Worship is good, good morals, kept trying to learn more science, work hard with helping each other.


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Diabetes

Type 1 diabetes mellitus is a condition in which the body has mistaken its own insulin producing cells to be a foreign or enemy germ cells. The body then tries to kill these foreign or enemy cells through the actions of the immune system. When enough Insulin producing cells have been destroyed, the body can no longer make enough insulin to maintain normal glucose levels, and the body gradually develops Type 1 diabetes mellitus.

In Type 2 diabetes mellitus, the main problem is that the body becomes resistant to the actions of insulin. The body tries to make up for this by making more insulin. After some time, the body is no longer able to make enough insulin, and the person develops diabetes. This process can take some time, and the person can go through several stages such as:

a. Insulin resistant with increased production of insulin and acanthosis nigricans (thickened skin and a dark colour around the neck and other skin fold regions) but normal blood glucose levels

b. Insulin resistant with increased production of insulin but insufficient for the body's needs and impaired glucose tolerance or impaired fasting glucose or diabetes mellitus.

-Impaired glucose tolerance means that the body can no longer achieve normal glucose levels after a test meal of 75g of glucose.

-Impaired fasting glucose means that the body can no longer achieve normal glucose levels even after the person has fasted overnight.

c. Insulin resistant with decreased production of insulin, giving rise to Type 2 diabetes mellitus.

Type 1 or Type 2 diabetes mellitus?

Type 1 Diabetes mellitus is still the more common type of diabetes in childhood and the teenage years in many countries. However, all over the world, we are seeing an increasing number of older children and adolescents affected by the spectrum of Type 2 diabetes mellitus related illness, which includes insulin resistance with normal glucose tolerance, impaired glucose tolerance on the oral glucose tolerance test, impaired fasting glucose with or without impaired glucose tolerance, and Type 2 diabetes mellitus.

The use of fasting blood glucose samples alone for case finding in paediatric and adolescent patients is not recommended because patients in this age group with problems of glucose tolerance will often have normal fasting blood glucose values but abnormal 2 hour post glucose tolerance test values (ie blood glucose >7.8 mmol/l and above).

Type 2 diabetes patients often may not notice any symptoms of ill health. However, their bodies will still be affected by high blood glucose values.

It is important to test for this condition if a person is at high risk of Type 2 diabetes, because early treatment and preventive measures can prevent impaired glucose tolerance progressing to type 2 diabetes.

Risk factors include obesity, lack of exercise, a family history of type 2 diabetes mellitus or diabetes in pregnancy, a birth weight above 4kg or a history of having been a premature or IUGR (intra uterine growth retarded) infant.

How do we treat diabetes mellitus in childhood and adolescents?

Not all Type 2 diabetes mellitus patients can be successfully treated with oral medications alone. Some will do better with insulin or a combination of insulin and oral medications, especially in the initial stages of their condition. With individualized therapy and lifestyle changes, some patients are able to improve and then require only oral medications to achieve good diabetes control.

The objective of good diabetes treatment is not to take less medication or fewer injections, but to manage the condition as a whole so that the person with diabetes is able to take part in all normal daily activities with minimal restrictions as a result of the diabetes, to achieve optimum long term health and reduce or delay the onset of diabetes complications. We now have a variety of newer insulin analogues (improved compounds based on natural human insulin) and oral medications which can together help the person with diabetes achieve his or her goals.


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