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https://plus.google.com/107461387218239210315 Green Dragon Colorado : RT iStrainGuide: Queen Victoria of England was prescribed cannabis for menstrual cramps by her personal...
RT iStrainGuide: Queen Victoria of England was prescribed cannabis for menstrual cramps by her personal physician, Sir Russell Reynolds
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https://plus.google.com/104857029772299862564 The World Of Luxury & High Glamour : The Luxuries Of Australia's Greatest City: Sydney !!! The Queen Victoria Building, Sydney
The Luxuries Of Australia's Greatest City: Sydney !!!

The Queen Victoria Building, Sydney
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https://plus.google.com/104857029772299862564 The World Of Luxury & High Glamour : The Luxuries Of Australia's Greatest City: Sydney !!! Tea Room at the Queen Victoria Building, Sydney...
The Luxuries Of Australia's Greatest City: Sydney !!!

Tea Room at the Queen Victoria Building, Sydney
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https://plus.google.com/102048104290333815414 ruben alvarez solla : Queen Victoria is currently docked in Skagen, Denmark
Queen Victoria is currently docked in Skagen, Denmark
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https://plus.google.com/101682408943876817151 Elizabeth Garnet : I'll be frank, I'm terrible at modern Roleplays. I was wondering, can I post a Roleplay starter based...
I'll be frank, I'm terrible at modern Roleplays. I was wondering, can I post a Roleplay starter based in an earlier year? For instance, the years Queen Victoria reigned England?
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https://plus.google.com/104389984245885538619 Queeny Cameron : If you google Queen Charlotte of Mecklenburg-Strelitz, you'll quickly come across a historian called...
If you google Queen Charlotte of Mecklenburg-Strelitz, you'll quickly come across a historian called Mario de Valdes y Cocom. He argues that her features, as seen in royal portraits, were conspicuously African, and contends that they were noted by numerous contemporaries. He claims that the queen, though German, was directly descended from a black branch of the Portuguese royal family, related to Margarita de Castro e Souza, a 15th-century Portuguese noblewoman nine generations removed, whose ancestry she traces from the 13th-century ruler Alfonso III and his lover Madragana, whom Valdes takes to have been a Moor and thus a black African.

It is a great "what if" of history. "If she was black," says the historian Kate Williams, "this raises a lot of important suggestions about not only our royal family but those of most of Europe, considering that Queen Victoria's descendants are spread across most of the royal families of Europe and beyond. If we class Charlotte as black, then ergo Queen Victoria and our entire royal family, [down] to Prince Harry, are also black ... a very interesting concept."
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Charlotte of Mecklenburg-Strelitz, Was this Britain's first black queen? - The Guardian www.theguardian.com › News › World news › Race issues Mar 11, 2009 - Stuart Jeffries: Queen Charlotte was the wife of George III and, like him, ... her great-great-great-great-granddaughter (Queen Elizabeth II) had ... England's first Black Queen, Sophie Charlotte born | African ... www.aaregistry.org/.../englands-first-black-queen-sophie-charlotte-born In the opening of Charles Dickens's A Tale of Two Cities she is dismissed in the second paragraph: "There was a king with a large jaw, and a queen with a plain face, on the throne of England." Historian John H Plumb described her as "plain and undesirable". Even her physician, Baron Christian Friedrich Stockmar, reportedly described the elderly queen as "small and crooked, with a true mulatto face". "She was famously ugly," says Desmond Shawe-Taylor, surveyor of the Queen's pictures. "One courtier once said of Charlotte late in life: 'Her Majest...
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https://plus.google.com/106452922952805220670 Andrew Urquhart : Lunar market Queen Victoria market - Melbourne
Lunar market Queen Victoria market - Melbourne
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https://plus.google.com/100147963455970901367 Carlos Lima : http://madmonarchist.blogspot.com.br/2014/09/consort-profile-queen-victoria-of-baden.html
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Consort Profile: Queen Victoria of Baden
The young lady who would one day become Queen consort of Sweden was born Princess Sophie Marie Viktoria on August 7, 1862 in Karlsruhe to Grand Duke Frederick I of Baden (who had a Swedish mother) and Princess Luise of Prussi...
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https://plus.google.com/113612080084272207057 Robert Harvey : This is the extraordinary #Datestone for 1894 on a modest little house in Meadowgate, #Bourne, #Lincolnshire...
This is the extraordinary #Datestone for 1894 on a modest little house in Meadowgate, #Bourne, #Lincolnshire.

I have been photographing local datestones and contributing them to the  #Archive of the #Geograph Project (under the CC2 licence that the project uses).  This one can be found at http://www.geograph.org.uk/photo/4180082 , where there is also a link to a photograph of the house itself.

1894 was at the height of the Arts and Crafts movement, and I suspect that will have heavily influenced whoever carved this datestone.  1894 was when the Blackpool Tower was opened, the year that Moss opened the National College of Music in London, that Queen Victoria officially opened the Manchester Ship Canal, and Harold Macmillan (who later became prime minister) was born.  and the year when Baron de Coubertin. founded the International Olympic Committee.   And this little house in Bourne was built.

#artsandcraftsmovement #Victorian #Stone #Carving
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https://plus.google.com/113612080084272207057 Robert Harvey : This is the extraordinary #Datestone for 1894 on a modest little house in Meadowgate, #Bourne, #Lincolnshire...
This is the extraordinary #Datestone for 1894 on a modest little house in Meadowgate, #Bourne, #Lincolnshire.

I have been photographing local datestones and contributing them to the  #Archive of the #Geograph Project (under the CC2 licence that the project uses).  This one can be found at http://www.geograph.org.uk/photo/4180082 , where there is also a link to a photograph of the house itself.

1894 was at the height of the Arts and Crafts movement, and I suspect that will have heavily influenced whoever carved this datestone.  1894 was when the Blackpool Tower was opened, the year that Moss opened the National College of Music in London, that Queen Victoria officially opened the Manchester Ship Canal, and Harold Macmillan (who later became prime minister) was born.  and the year when Baron de Coubertin. founded the International Olympic Committee.   And this little house in Bourne was built.

#artsandcraftsmovement #Victorian #Stone #Carving
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https://plus.google.com/113803025597518784626 Theresa Pallett : ** On Friday, September 26th, I participated in a community Terry Fox Walk with Queen Victoria Public...
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On Friday, September 26th, I participated in a community Terry Fox Walk with Queen Victoria Public School. Students, parents and educators wore school colours and/or red to acknowledge Terry Fox and each person indicated on their sticker who they were dedic...
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On Friday, September 26th, I participated in a community Terry Fox Walk with Queen Victoria Public School. Students, parents and educators wore school colours and/or red to acknowledge Terry Fox and each person indicated on t...
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https://plus.google.com/117587997740441102188 Engagement Rings Bergen County : All You Ever Wanted To Know About Earrings But Were Afraid to Ask It is thought that earrings date ...
All You Ever Wanted To Know About Earrings But Were Afraid to Ask

It is thought that earrings date back to 3000 BC where they originated in Asia and appeared in 2 formats, one being the simple hoop earring and the other the more elaborate pendant earring.

The oldest earrings ever found by archaeologists were discovered in royal graves in Iraq and date back to around 2500 BC. Gold, silver and bronze hoop earrings have also been found dating back to 2000 BC in Crete. In those days it was customary to bury jewellery with the dead.

In 16th century in the New Kingdom of ancient Egypt a type of earring called an earplug became fashionable and these fitted snugly into a wide stretched hole in the earlobe. This type of piercing is seen on the sculpture of Tutankhamen.
Poverty in the Dark ages meant that work with precious metals dwindled although some goldsmiths preserved designs that were to later emerge in 7th century Greece. The most popular earrings then there were the pendant type and they often featured a bird or likenesses of the gods Eros and Nike.

In the 2nd century during the Roman Empire, earrings became a popular way for rich women to show off their wealth and the use of precious gemstones in the jewelry also became more popular.

During the Middle Ages, earrings became less popular and practical due to the popularity of elaborate hairstyles and headdresses.  In fact for a time it was considered immoral for respectable married woman not to have their heads covered in public.

In 16th century Italy, hairstyles changed with hair being swept away from the face leaving ears exposed although for another 100 years things stayed the same in England, Spain and France with the wearing of high collars keeping earrings out of fashion.

By the 17th century, earrings became very fashionable accessory for the well dressed lady across the whole of Europe. One of the most popular designs of those times were the very large heavy pendant type earrings called girandoles which were great favorites of Queen Victoria. These earrings required a substantial amount of precious metals and gemstones and so were very heavy, which meant that most people that wore them suffered from elongated earlobes.

Although earrings were popular with wealthy people throughout the ages, they were also popular with poorer people who adopted their own styles which were less elaborate and made from less expensive materials.

It wasn’t until the 20th century that earrings were completely revolutionised. Different fittings appeared such as screw and clip on as well as those for pierced ears and it also became the norm for women to wear earrings in the day and not just for special occasions. The 1960’s marked a massive change for the wearing of earrings when designs became completely unrestrained and it became common to see men also wearing earrings although most only usually wear one earring. Women began to collect earrings and with so many designs available the choices were endless.

Today the choice is even greater and the popularity of earrings increases with many people now having more than one set of piercings in which to display their jewellery. Modern materials such as titanium and different types of plastics have also become popular in the making of earrings because of their lightness, design possibilities and in the case of titanium because of its hypoallergenic qualities.

There is now a never ending choice of different types of earrings from modern trendy cheap and cheerful everyday earrings to the more expensive gold, silver or platinum earrings inlaid with diamonds and other precious gemstones.
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https://plus.google.com/113612080084272207057 Robert Harvey : This is the extraordinary #Datestone for 1894 on a modest little house in Meadowgate, #Bourne, #Lincolnshire...
This is the extraordinary #Datestone for 1894 on a modest little house in Meadowgate, #Bourne, #Lincolnshire.

I have been photographing local datestones and contributing them to the  #Archive of the #Geograph Project (under the CC2 licence that the project uses).  This one can be found at http://www.geograph.org.uk/photo/4180082 , where there is also a link to a photograph of the house itself.

1894 was at the height of the Arts and Crafts movement, and I suspect that will have heavily influenced whoever carved this datestone.  1894 was when the Blackpool Tower was opened, the year that Moss opened the National College of Music in London, that Queen Victoria officially opened the Manchester Ship Canal, and Harold Macmillan (who later became prime minister) was born.  and the year when Baron de Coubertin. founded the International Olympic Committee.   And this little house in Bourne was built.

#artsandcraftsmovement #Victorian #Stone #Carving
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https://plus.google.com/113612080084272207057 Robert Harvey : This is the extraordinary #Datestone for 1894 on a modest little house in Meadowgate, #Bourne, #Lincolnshire...
This is the extraordinary #Datestone for 1894 on a modest little house in Meadowgate, #Bourne, #Lincolnshire.

I have been photographing local datestones and contributing them to the  #Archive of the #Geograph Project (under the CC2 licence that the project uses).  This one can be found at http://www.geograph.org.uk/photo/4180082 , where there is also a link to a photograph of the house itself.

1894 was at the height of the Arts and Crafts movement, and I suspect that will have heavily influenced whoever carved this datestone.  1894 was when the Blackpool Tower was opened, the year that Moss opened the National College of Music in London, that Queen Victoria officially opened the Manchester Ship Canal, and Harold Macmillan (who later became prime minister) was born.  and the year when Baron de Coubertin. founded the International Olympic Committee.   And this little house in Bourne was built.

#artsandcraftsmovement #Victorian #Stone #Carving
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https://plus.google.com/114735715596194428779 David Dhannoo : Together … Apart When Queen Victoria saw an orangutan named Jenny at the London Zoo in 1842, she declared...
Together … Apart

When Queen Victoria saw an orangutan named Jenny at the London Zoo in 1842, she declared the beast to be: "frightful and painfully and disagreeably human." (http://goo.gl/vmxTQv). 

The Victorians were unique in many ways, one of them being in their unshakeable belief in their own superiority both as a culture destined to tame the world and “make it England” and a species. It takes a singular focus upon one’s own perception of destiny to manifest that kind of hubris and, that particularly pivotal moment in history, the Victorians showed they were as capable of discrimination as anyone. 

Historically, ‘different’ has always been ‘bad’. We have learnt to fear the outsider, the outlier, the loner because they represent elements that are inherently disruptive. Their very existence threatens the corpus of the community, challenges the stability of the order created by homogeneity and threatens our comfort zone. What might have been OK-ish in earlier times when long-term survival was itself an uncertainty is not quite the case now. Yet ‘different’ still threatens us. 

In Google+ alone women as intelligent and outspoken as +A.V. Flox  or +Pam Adger  find it difficult to get the engagement they deserve because they are “different”. And here, the differences are small. Consider how much bigger they are when, in an entirely different context, the hardened warrior fighting next to you, really wants to be a woman: Kristin Beck (who used to be Christopher) is a Purple Heart-decorated Navy Seal who’s taken part in some of the most dangerous assignments in the world: http://goo.gl/8zKPs2. Her transformation and book on the subject somewhat cheekily titled Warrior Princess (http://goo.gl/TtGXTd) highlights both that we can never really know others if we are not prepared to be more open in our mindsets to begin with and that really the differences we so fear are monsters of our mind, created by our lack of knowledge and understanding. 

When it comes to dealing with ‘others’ who are really different from us our reactions are tinged not just with ignorance but also fear. We often feel small, alone, isolated, powerless. We’re OK to understand, for instance, that low speed limits in built-up areas lead to fewer fatal traffic accidents, because here what we have to do is a collective thing that takes the pressure off us. For an improvement to happen we must collectively agree to drive slower in the city, at least some of the time. But there is no moral imperative involved. We do not feel the need to drive slowly, for instance, if there is no traffic, no cops and no traffic cameras around. The pressure of what we have to do is minimal, and this makes our collective willingness to support something like this, maximum. 

Throw homelessness in this: http://goo.gl/mo8jw4 and the dynamic changes. We resist knowing anything much about it because we sense that the moment we do a moral imperative is placed upon us to do something about it when we most probably can’t. This places us in a situation of dilemmatic pressure where our very identity and truthfulness is challenged. Rather than be false to ourselves we run back into the collective, away from the pressure and ‘safe’ within the generalized ignorance. This only widens the divide. 

In a transparent world, where we see almost everything, and frequently thoughtlessly act upon some of it: http://goo.gl/As8yjV. Having the ability to really know and really think does not automatically require that we act. The basis of action is conviction. Conviction is driven by value systems. Value systems are the result of careful thought. Proverbial lines in the sand we will not cross. They don’t come easy. The selfies here are thoughtless acts that, in their turn, will challenge some of our perception and lead us to a gradual questioning of not why is a person homeless/poor/sick/lonely? But the much deeper one of why is this possible to happen so easily today? 

Just how deeply rooted in cultural differences our perception of the world is, is driven home by a brief TED Talk given by a former musician and clown by the name of Derek Sivers: http://goo.gl/1pDUHl. It goes even deeper when you consider that our cultural identity within the ‘collective’ is also the root behind the problematic nature of our psychoses: http://goo.gl/NdKslV (at least in the West).

In some ways we’re trapped within our ancient selves as Mark Bowden, a body language expert, makes abundantly clear: http://goo.gl/zKUppY in a video surfaced by +Marguerita Farrell.  His call for “being less authentic” is not so much a call to truly lessen authenticity as to not subscribe to the notion that “brutal honesty” is the best policy. 

All of this is important because whether we like it or not we live in a world that is increasingly transparent. One person’s business trip, shared, becomes another’s window of opportunity: http://goo.gl/rNVkhq, a chance to learn something new, see something different, escape stress through a momentary distraction. These acts now connect us more than divide us. Whether our differences are sexual or cultural, we need to find ways to overcome them. 

That is one of the points made by +CJ Liu's  interview of +Clive Thompson: http://goo.gl/JncSBY. When we are still biopsychologically ancient, yet live in a world that’s very much the future, we owe it to ourselves to be aware of our biases as +Denis Label says: http://goo.gl/4Ejsxv

Back in the year 2000 we were questioning whether globalization is going to be ‘good’ or ‘bad’: http://goo.gl/WFyEk9 whether its potential was going to be realized. We live in times that have become more complex. We know that there will be no easy answers coming down from above any more. Our progress through the world is what we bring into the game. Our understanding, our thoughts, out insights, insignificant as they may be when they take place inside our heads, acquire power, momentum and drive once they seep out outside it. 

‘Small’ things like a music video created, very specifically to celebrate the culture of a country that is usually cited as a joke when it comes to progress or freedom, suddenly becomes part of a thread weaving a new narrative across the world. Shared by +John Kellden  (http://goo.gl/3Lfngf) it illustrates how, ultimately, we all want very similar things. The power of the dance to show the needs that drives us speaks to us at a much deeper, more atavistic level than any writing, documentary or presentation could. 

Just like the Victorians, we straddle an Age of Transformation. Transparency, connectivity, shared digital spaces and the online ‘conversation’ are all catalytic processes. They are grindstones of a sort, smoothing out, perhaps, some of our roughest edges. But instead of milling us all into the same shape, they act as a guide, providing a massive picture where we can better find where we fit. It takes a little thought. Time, patience and the willingness to accept that imperfect as we may be, we can change the world just by being us and thinking differently. 

You know the drill. If you have not got, by now, mountains of these: http://goo.gl/rj051T and piles of these: http://goo.gl/nBDhlJ and an endless supply of this: http://goo.gl/XT3O6M then you really need to get the ingredients for a perfect Sunday together, pronto. I really hope you're having one awesome Sunday, wherever you are. 

#davidamerlandsundayread  
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School Photographs

As we stood and waited in line, we laughed about some of our own experiences from many years ago of school photographs. “Which of us will need to sit down in front with their legs crossed?” we wondered. “Have you worn the proper school knickers”, I asked Sue, reminding her to “cross her legs” if she had to sit down the front. The idea of sitting for a modern day “class photograph” was an enticing one, and why we could be bothered standing in line outside the Queen Victoria Building in Sydney on the weekend.

As part of Art and About in Sydney, there’s a photographer re-creating “school photographs” with a modern twist. The “modern twist” is that everyone’s much older, and there’s definitely a much larger level of cultural diversity in the photographs of modern day Sydney than you would find in the photographs of, for example, South Lismore Public School in the early to mid 1970s or Richmond River High School in the late 70s to early 1980s.

It was a really fun project to participate in. Best of all? You got a free photograph at the end.
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