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13 Beaches · Lana Del Rey
Lust For Life
℗ 2017 Lana Del Rey, under exclusive licence to Polydor Ltd. (UK). Under exclusive licence to Interscope Records in the USA
Released on: 2017-07-21
Associated Performer, Vocals, Producer: Lana Del Rey
Producer, Associated Performer, Piano, Strings, Synthesizer: Rick Nowels
Producer, Studio Personnel, Engineer, Mixer, Associated Performer, Drums, Percussion, Synthesizer, Keyboards: Kieron Menzies
Producer, Studio Personnel, Engineer, Mixer, Associated Performer, Bass Programming: Dean Reid
Producer, Additional Producer, Associated Performer, Percussion, Keyboards: Mighty Mike
Studio Personnel, Engineer: Trevor Yasuda
Studio Personnel, Engineer: Jordan Stilwell
Associated Performer, Bass Guitar: Kieron Menzies
Associated Performer, Sequencer: Keiron Menzies
Associated Performer, Drums: Mighty Mike
Associated Performer, Synthesizer: Zac Rae
Associated Performer, Harmonium, Synthesizer, Percussion: Patrick Warren
Associated Performer, Strings: Dan Heath
Studio Personnel, Mastering Engineer: Adam Ayan
Composer Lyricist: Lana Del Rey
Composer Lyricist: Rick Nowels
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Armed with nothing but catch poles and a blanket, a couple of conservation officers in Utah caught on video the dramatic moment they managed to release a very angry cougar from a bobcat trap.
The footage is stressful enough to watch in the safety of my own chair behind the computer screen, so I can’t even begin to imagine what these two men must have been going through for the six minutes they faced that angry cougar.
That was so tense and oddly satisfying to watch. Not to mention how that golden hour light shot the production value right through the roof!
Next time, guys, might I suggest you bring some catnip?
Read more: http://www.viralnova.com/cougar-rescue/
After all, bus drivers are the first school officials kids in the morning and the last ones to see children in the afternoon. But recently in McKeesport, Pennsylvania, one school bus driver was confronted with the sad story of a seven-year-old girl who said she couldn’t wake her parents.
The student somehow managed to dress herself and get to school on time, but after trying to rouse them for an entire day, she finally decided to tell someone.
The child came up to Officer Michelle Burton with her homework with a simple request to sign off on it. In Burton’s words, “She said, ‘I did my work.’ She pulled it out and showed it to us. It was math homework. ‘Which number is greater? Which number is odd or even?’ I told her, ‘Sweetie, you probably won’t have to go to school tomorrow. But where you’re going is going to have everything you need.’”
(via The Washington Post)
Cannibalism is still very much alive and well in today’s society in certain places around the world. Although considered disgusting in most locations, some uphold the practice as being deeply rooted in cultural tradition. The reasoning behind a person’s sudden desire to indulge in human flesh can range anywhere from serving as part of a religious ceremony or, sadly, extreme necessity.
Cannibals, eat your hearts out (or ours), because we have a list of nine places where cannibalism is still a thing, legally or otherwise.
Fiji was once referred to as “Cannibal Island,” however, much of the active practice of cannibalism was ended during the 19th century. The Naihehe Caves are home to the last known cannibalistic group left on the island.
The Korowai, a tribe that lives along the Ndeiram Kabur River in Western New Guinea, uses cannibalism as a way to seek revenge. The nearly 4,000 tribesmen believe that a khakhua, or witch man, mysteriously kills off members of their tribe and it is their responsibility to consume the deceased’s body to exact revenge.
Along a portion of the Ganges River in India, the Aghori, a sect of monks, perform acts of cannibalism to experience spiritual enlightenment. Once in the hundreds, the tribe is believed to consist of just 20 members today.
As part of their spiritual practices, the monks drink from bowls created from human skulls and cover their bodies in the charred remains of humans. The Aghori do not kill humans for their consumption, however. The bodies they consume are already dead.
In a 2003 meeting with members of the United Nations after the Second Congo War, Sinafasi Makelo, a representative of the Mbuti Pygmies, claimed that his people were being eaten alive by Congolese rebels from the Ituri province.
Members of Doctors Without Borders discovered evidence of cannibalistic practices not long after the First Liberian Civil War. They took it upon themselves to send the evidence to Amnesty International in hopes of an investigation.
Instead, the evidence was covered up and the current Secretary General, Pierre Sane, went on to say that “what they do with the bodies after human rights violations are committed is not part of our mandate or concern.”
Cambodian troops, like the ones pictured above, were accused of cutting out the livers and hearts of Khmer Rouge soldiers who were killed in battle during the Khmer Rouge Rebellion of the 1970s. They then ate those parts either on the field or back at home for dinner.
When Stefan Ramin visited the beautiful island of Nuku Hiva with his girlfriend, he got more than he bargained for. While on a goat hunt, a cultural tradition in the area, the tourist went missing. His remains were later found near a campfire believed to belong to a tribe suspected of being cannibals.
Accompanying Ramin on the hunt was a tour guide, who later returned to Ramin’s girlfriend, informing her that there had been an accident. The tour guide then tried to tie the woman to a tree. Luckily, she was able to escape, but little is known as to whether the tour guide was a member of the cannibalistic tribe.
Armin Meiwes had dreamed of killing and eating someone since he was a little boy. He finally became successful after joining several chatrooms and posting a wanted ad of sorts looking for a willing volunteer. The lucky volunteer was 43-year-old Bernd Brandes.
The pair shared a grotesque dinner of Brandes’ genitals before Meiwes stabbed Brandes with a 12-inch knife. Meiwes made sure to record the entire affair on video.
He was finally caught after a former contact tipped off the police. Meiwes would not be charged with cannibalism, as it it not a crime in Germany. He was charged with murder.
Ronald Poppo suffered devastating injuries after an attempt to have his face eaten off by a naked man on a popular Florida freeway. The cannibal was identified as Rudy Eugene. Eugene was later shot and killed by a police officer after refusing to refrain from eating Poppo’s flesh. Lovely.
I’m the youngest of three and after my mom’s second boy, she was so determined to have a girl that my parents kept on trying.
Back in 2013, this couple had twin baby girls. While very exciting for them, it was an especially important announcement to the rest of their family. You see, all of the relatives of the family had been having boy babies…FOR 54 YEARS.
So when Mom and Dad flew for 17 hours to surprise the girls’ grandmother with the two little tykes, you can understand why this is her reaction!
For a while, I thought she wasn’t going to let go of those little ones. She just wants to hold and hug them forever. Eventually, grandpa gets a chance though!
Congrats to the happy family.
Read more: http://www.viralnova.com/grandma-babies/
We could go on for days about all of the characteristics that make dogs so incredible, since they’re loyal, they’re loving, and they’re hilarious. There’s a reason why they’re known as man’s best friend, and if you have a dog in your family, you know that there’s nothing they wouldn’t do to make their humans happy.
But did you know that they’re just as dedicated to their fellow canines as they are to us? Just ask this dog. While these two pups were out walking one day, the bigger one saved its smaller pal from meeting a heartbreaking fate.
It’s not like we needed further proof that dogs are the best, but footage like this certainly doesn’t hurt! It seems like there’s nothing they can’t do when their instincts kick in.
Read more: http://www.viralnova.com/dog-savior/
You see, every day when he delivers to one house in particular, he gets to visit with his biggest fan.
Read more: http://www.viralnova.com/cat-mailman-bond/
When you put your dog out for a pee break, you expect them to stop and sniff around for a couple minutes, right? But when April Hamlin of Elkmont, Alabama, let her hound Ludivine out, the pup ended up finishing seventh in a trackless half marathon.
The dog is known for exploring, but he decided to stay on course this time, trailing the leaders of the Elkmont Half Marathon in the process. He even won a medal!
(via The Huffington Post)
Although Ludivine might have skipped out on the entry fee, her unregistered run did bring a lot of attention to the Elkmont Half Marathon, which was held to raise money for a local track team. Ludivine has garnered so many fans that the run is going to be renamed the “Hound Dog Half” in her honor next year.
Read more: http://www.viralnova.com/ludivine/
Dogs living in South Korea have every reason to live in fear. Not only is the dog meat trade legal, but it’s quite common. It’s something that many people in the country fight to criminalize and prevent each day. The organizations PAWsitive Channel, Aniband, and Doggie Protective Services work tirelessly to help these animals in need.
These seven dogs know what it’s like to be tossed around like they’re worthless. Thanks to kind rescuers, however, they’ve been given the chance to lead safe, happy lives.
There’s no doubt that this woman, and other rescuers around the world, live for their courageous work. We can only hope that success stories like this eventually become the norm for the dogs that call South Korea home.
Read more: http://www.viralnova.com/dog-meat/