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3 Secrets On How Male Porn Stars Enlarge Their Penis

3 Secrets On How Male Porn Stars Enlarge Their Penis

Have you ever wondered how male porn stars become so large, as far as penis size goes?

Maybe you just shrugged it off and thought “good genetics” were to blame. But the more you watch adult film, the more you notice how unlikely it is that so many of these men just happen to be blessed with superior penis size genetics.

The truth is, there are a few tricks to the trade as far as penis enlargement goes. There are some “secrets” as to why so many of these guys are well above average.

Here are 3 secrets on how male porn stars enlarge their penis:

  1. Behind the Scenes. I was privy to some behind the scene footage of male adult film performers in the moments leading up to being in front of the camera. And what I saw was both unusual, and sort of shocking as far as how easy it was to get a bigger penis fast. First of all, I noticed that many of these guys did not seem that “huge” to begin with in the flaccid state (this is the normal, non-erect state of the penis). They seemed fairly average. But then they began doing something. They would grab their penis just before the head (and remember this is off camera, just moments before they were to perform on camera) and they would begin “tugging” on their penis. Basically they would stretch out their penis and hold it for a few seconds, release and repeat. Each guy seemed to have his own method as far as how long he would tug, or stretch it out. And some guys would employ a very slow massaging tug with each hand, starting at the base and holding fully extended at the head. But essentially, the results were the same. The guys would appear noticeably larger right before the camera would turn on. It really was that noticeable. Some guys went from a visibly average size, to a seemingly larger than average size. So essentially, these guys were simply doing repeated tugs or stretches, which enlongated the flacid penis, making it appear much bigger. I would say this tugging process really did not take but a few minutes, though I would also say that these guys are experienced and likely have their tugging technique down to a science where they can achieve greater penis size in very little time.
  2. The Big Visual Trick. This is something many guys may have heard about, but this visual trick really needs to be stressed. It’s about shaving the pubic hair. Tell me the last time you’ve seen a male porn performer with full growth pubic hair. Of course, you haven’t. Now tell me the last time you’ve seen a male performer with ANY pubic hair. Maybe occasionally, but not very often. This is because that they know very well how any amount of pubic hair can visually take away from large size appearance. In fact most male performers are so aware of this
Destruction Of The Rain Forest – Not All Acai Products Are Equal

Destruction Of The Rain Forest – Not All Acai Products Are Equal

The Amazon joins 1.2 billion acres on the South American continent's north side of which the part is in Brazil and covers almost one half of that intensive country. Tha matter of fact is, the Amazon and its fertilizer ground for various plants and animals that thrive in its exotic climate, that the products from the Amazon are better than what we call organic – they are wild. Things that grow in the wild are strong in their own defense mechanisms to fight against insects and all manners of combatants, as a result. Amazon products such as the Brazil nut, guarana, and the Acai berry being recognized for their complex make up and concentrated nutritional values.

Destruction of rain forest!

Deforestation of the Amazon rain forest reached its highest in the years of 2004 and 2005. Satellite photos show loggers burned and cut down a near record over 10.000 square miles of rain forest in 2004 alone.

One of the main reasons is the world demand for heart-of-palm which is a Salad Garnish. It was known, poachers were illegally chopping down 5,000 to 10,000 palm trees a week. This was just to get the 30 to 40 cm (12 to 16 inch) section found near the crown of a 20 meter (65 foot) palm tree.

Just for this delicacy one poet would have chopped down an average of 50 trees a day only to earn roughly $ 1 for every tree from which the heart-of-palm was removed. Once the heart is removed, the tree dies and rots.

The harvest of a palm tree that has grown for over 100 years has just enough of this delicacy to fill two 14-oz cans of heart-of-palm. This would retail in a supermarket for less than $ 5.00 per can. To feed salad bars and salad connoisseurs world-wide, is this worth destruction of the palm and the rain forest? It is specifically a waste because the heart-of-palm has no particular nutritional value beyond its fiber.

This is not the case with the Acai berry which has significant nutritional density and the harvesting of it is a complete different approach.

Harvesting the Acai this way may safe the jungle!

Because of the huge interest and demand of the Acai berry, this has started to help the locals to realize that cutting down these precious palm trees just for a few inches of the top core of the tree was no longer a solution, and found that there Are better options available. Every palm tree produces an abundant crop of Acai fruit twice a year. Within a few years, the value of the palm fruit itself exceeded by the value of removing the top core of the palm just for the use as a salad garnish.

Therefore, a legitimate reason was found not to cut down those trees by harvesting the Acai berry another way.

Laborers now climb high into the 90-foot palm to collect what is known as the Black Pearl of the Amazon.

As …

Georgetown MBA Exposed

Georgetown MBA Exposed

Georgetown MBA full-time program though slanted towards general management studies is suitable for arts, science, or technical undergraduate degrees. Georgetown also offers a 60-credit program you can handle without taking leave your job since there are provisions for both online and evening programs.

The program which duration is usually twenty one months requires you to take part in a 4 one-week residences, one of which is international. You can also undertake a course of study that makes it possible for you to bag joint degrees in combination such as MBA / JD, MD, Masters of Science in Foreign Service or Masters in Public Policy.

The discipline is mostly sort after petitioners are non-profits, consulting and finance. The total number of applicants for the class of 2012 was 1,760. Out of this number, 37% or 649 applicants got admission. Considering the high standard of Georgetown MBA programs the average GMAT score of students are usually 685 while the average undergradation GPA is usually 3.35.

Georgetown MBA Evening Program

If you are a middle manager with substantive work experience the Georgetown MBA Evening Program (EP) is for you. As a first line manager who has a defect work experience than the typical full-time student, the 60-credit program should not be much problem in spite of your responsibilities at work. It is the same staff who will teach you that teach students of the MBA Full-Time Program. The curriculum is the same for three years for Georgetown MBA programs for both full time and part time students. …

Weird Science – What Findings Are True?

Weird Science – What Findings Are True?

Some pretty weird things are going on in laboratories that study the tiniest of things.

"In the quantum world there is a sense that things do not like to be tied down to just one location or follow just one path. can have an immediate effect somewhere else even if there is no-one there. " ('The Fabric of the Cosmos'by Brian Green, Columbia University)

For example in the well-known "double slit experiment," physicists discovered that light particles respond differently when they are observed. How weird is that? Even more incredibly, researchers later found the particles acted as if they knew they were going to be observed in the future, even though it had not happened yet.

Scientists are baffled and even shaken to the bone, by such discoveries. This is because the results seem to defy basic assumptions about time and space, causality and certainty. Neverheless, faced by repeated experimental evidence, they do accept the reality of the finds.

Non-acceptance of weird parapsychological findings

Parapsychological research findings are also weird. Those few scientists working in this field say that they have clearly shown the reality of mind-to mind connections (telepathy), perceiving distant objects or events (clairvoyance), perceiving future events (pre-cognition) and even mind-matter interactions (psychokenesis) .

For example numerous studies demonstrate a consistent – albeit small – effect of mental impact on dice throwing. In his book Entangled Minds , Dean Radin academic parapsychologist, demonstrates how sceptical debunkers – who he says mistakenly claim the weird results are due to either chance, sloppy work, selective reporting or fraud – can not actually explain away these results.

The findings of quantum mechanisms are just as counterintuitive and even more outside everyday experience than the results of research into parapsychology, yet science does not accept psi.

"Within the scientific orthodoxy psi has been regarded as either a genuine hot potato or a Mr Potato Head toy." (Dean Radin)

What is the cause of this resistance to findings in parapsychology?

Culture of superstition regarding the weird supernatural?

Have most scientists thought of psychical phenomena as not being amenable to understanding because of the association of psi with the word 'spiritual'? This is the notification that natural science can not conceive of anything 'supernatural'. If so, it can hold out no hope of explaining such weird befits as spirits and a spiritual afterlife, in terms of a physical theory.

However, even though they do not claim to remotely understand the perplexing findings of quantum mechanics, this object does not seem to have stopped doctors in general accepting them.

Natural-minded orientation of science

We can certainly assume individual scientists have different philosophical beliefs concerning the nature of reality. Some may be dualists and consider that science and religion are concerned with different spheres of reality – the empirical and the spiritual. However many are probably monists believing that a variety of existing things can only be explained in terms of a single material reality – the one that can potentially be studied by science.

Emanuel …

Virtual Schools – The Development and the Benefits It Brings

Virtual Schools – The Development and the Benefits It Brings

1. Introduction: Virtual Schools

A virtual school or cyberschool describes an institution that provides courses taught entirely or partially through online methods. Although there are hundreds of thousands of commercial and non-accredited and which are available online, the term “virtual school” is used for accredited schools that offer full-time courses designed to lead to the receipt of a diploma. All or most of the services for students led by Internet technology. Virtual schools differ from traditional schools through physical media that connect administrators, teachers and students. Virtual schools are public schools about distance learning.

There are different models of virtual schools. And teaching models range from fully independent (asynchronous) semester courses with teachers facilitating virtual (synchronous). The size of virtual classes varies from some 25 students per class to about 200 students in a class section depending on the technology used for communication. Students establish contacts with teachers and collaborate with other students through web communication devices provided by the exchange distribution platforms like Blackboard, or other options that facilitate the commission of a lesson.Communication can often be made by phone. To help with communication many virtual schools have implemented their programs to assist in building maintenance courses and student profiles. There are also many books and training manuals to assist in the development of these schools and educational courses.

Most virtual schools today are descendants of correspondence schools. Often called as schools with long-distance correspondence they offer students an alternative compared to traditional form of tedious meetings and boring inside a school. These schools used the postal service for student-teacher interactive komunikin or use two directional radio broadcasting, television tapes ever with pre-recorded. Students were expected to learn the appropriate materal individually and sometimes meet with a supervisor to be tested. Modern virtual schools offer more or less the same alternative for students with a greater range and often interactive.

Virtual schools already exist around the world. Some of them are integrated into public schools where students sit at computers in labs and do their work online. In other situations students can be totally “home educated” or may pursue any combination of private schools, public or virtual.

2. Who use the distance learning networks?

Imagine learning with friends online, expertise and resources that are available at any time you want or need. These classmates are from urban or rural areas or from countries very remote and forgotten. They, like you do not need to leave their home. You can learn all together without being in the same place, in the ordinary sense, but in a virtual space, a “cyberspace”, using systems of networks that connect people anywhere around the globe. Students can enter a virtual classroom, wherever located, just have to own a laptop and a modem, a phone line, satellite or radio tapes. Network connection using one of the mediums mentioned above turns your computer screen into a window to the world of learning.

Networking is the name used for these shape spaces that have broken the barriers …

Good Science Fair Projects On Trees

Good Science Fair Projects On Trees

In a previous article "Let's do a green science fair project" we had a look at the effects on soil erosion and rainfall of the cutting down of the rain forests. Our theme is still having a look at how nature works and what we can do to preserve our planet. Today we are going to have a look at trees and how they grow. We are going to try and understand why they differ in different parts of the world. This is a very good science fair project for someone who is interested in nature and loves going for walks. Remember, when you're doing this science fair project to take an adult with you to ensure your safety. Please do not go wandering on your own. To be honest this is probably a good science fair project for adults as well! A walk in nature is always relaxing.

In different parts of the world trees grow differently according to the kind of weather you get in different parts of the world. This is a good science fair project to not only learn about trees but also what the effect of weather is on the way that trees grow. Trees can be studied in your garden or when you go for a walk in a park. Choose an area that has a lot of different trees that you can study.

First we need to know a little more about trees in general before we continue. You get several different kinds of trees. In the tropical rainforest, at the equator, the weather never changes much and winter and summer have temperatures that are very close together. We have already seen how the trees influence the rainfall in our previous article. In the tropical forests most trees are evergreen as heat and water are not a problem. In areas where the weather is moderate trees have broad leaves that they shed during winter to slow down the tree's metabolism and conserve water for when it is less plentiful because the ground water is frozen and this also reduces damage by frost.

Our first project is to try and identify some trees in our area and then in a later project we are going to measure them.

This is what you will need to help you identify them:

* A field guide to the local trees

* A notebook

* A pen

* Colored pencils

This is what you need to do when identifying the trees:

1. Whilst walking in the area you have chosen, try and identify the trees according to your field guide.

2. Look at things such the general height and shape of the trees.

3. Use the appearance of the bark as well as the leaves to compare with your field guide. Look at the color and shape of the leaves and the fruits and the seeds of the trees to help you.

4. Make meticulous notes and drawings for your display.

5. Give attention to the height of …

How to Handle Sudden Unemployment

How to Handle Sudden Unemployment

Unemployed or Un-empowered?

With our current worldwide recession now taking a firm hold, there are many people who have spent most of their working lives in one job and suddenly they have found themselves out of work and on the statistical ranks of the unemployed. Initially, just like their previous work mates, they simply accept their fate and go off home on that last fateful day of working. However, within a short period of time they find the second stage of affect starting to set in and with it can come depression and a feeling of panic and overwhelming thoughts. What will they do and where will they go from here they ask themselves and also statistically, there is a tendency for verbal aggression to suddenly become part of their life. They have been in the one job since leaving school all those years ago and as such, have had no other training or further education to prepare them for alternative work choices. This in itself can give rise to both panic and impulsivity.

In reality, if logical thought processes are retained and are working correctly, there are actually many options open to many of these people, although with the options there comes little or no assistance from our beloved Canadian Government. Without of course, you happen to qualify for Employment Insurance payments and want to count that as assistance. So what should these people do then? Firstly, they should sit down are draft out a new resume, as the chances are they have not done one for many years. They can find free help of resume writing on many of the job sites on the net, such as workopolois.com or monster.ca and in drafting this document, it is important to make themselves stand out from the crowd in whatever way way they can . A resume is a selling exercise with which you wish to sell yourself to an unseen audience, sometimes the potential employer. Remember that even in times of recession, employers will always look seriously at anyone who appears to be good at presenting themselves and shows that they know what they are talking about.

The first page of a resume should be your covering letter and it can be far more important than anything stated within the resume itself. You really have to attract the employer and especially within the first nineteen words statistically speaking. Be bold and tell them straight why they would gain from employing you as against someone else and always remember, you only get one chance at giving a first impression. Tell them what you can bring to their table. Such as, reliability, dependability, work ethics, people skills, enthusiasm and an ongoing qualification to learn more. You are now looking for permanency of employment so let them know you are hiring, if successful in your application, to take the position on a long-term basis as employers really like to hear that. Before finishing your resume, do a little research on the net. …

Train for a Career as a Central Service Technician

Train for a Career as a Central Service Technician

Patient care inside a hospital is the top priority of all medical professionals. With the correct education from an accredited voluntary school students can become a part of the medical field as a central service technician. The proper procedures to complete career responsibilities are available in two forms.

The most completed form of education is at the certificate level. Students work through a concentrated area of ​​study that trains them to process medical equipment and supplies inside a hospital. Instruction teachers students to fulfill the career's specific duties, which typically includes working with medical equipment to sterilize, process, and decontaminate it before and after surgery. Length of study changes depending on the college students are attending but most require students to complete 300 to 400 classroom hours to graduate. Certificate programs typically comprise clinical hours that have students working directly with other medical professionals and equipment inside a medical facility.

Students that pursue an associate's degree will find that education is extremely similar in regards to central service courses. The difference is the length of study and the courses taken. An associate of applied science is the standard form of education and lasts approximately two years. Students complete all central service courses taken at the certificate level and general education courses. Students that have an associate's degree have more career opportunities.

The different practices of the field are broken down into two main categories. Both levels of education examine general central service skills and infection control knowledge. General technician courses may include:

  • Medical Terminology
  • Cleaning Tools
  • Anatomy
  • Inventory Management
  • Regulations and Standards

These courses are essential to understand the proper procedures required by the healthcare field. Students can expect to follow these courses while examining a technician's role inside the workplace. Some functions learned inside a management course include billing, communication, and quality assurance. These aspects integrated into procedural methods prepare students for a career. Infection control courses may include:

  • Microbiology
  • Disinfection
  • Low and High Temperature Sterilization
  • Decontamination Preparation and Transport

Inside typical infection control courses students are taught to properly handle and disinfect used medical equipment. Training is focused on teaching students the different functions and handling techniques for surgical instruments. A packing and sterilization course teachers students how to assemble supplies and care for instruments. This is explored by working to teach students sterilizing, monitoring, and distribution methods for medical equipment. Procedural based courses are integrated into clinical hours to adequately prepare students to take on all job responsibilities.

Train for a career as a central service technician by finding the right program inside a voluntary college. Accredited certificate and associate's degree programs are available making this career highly accessible. There are numerous agencies like the Accreditation Council for Independent Colleges and Schools ( http://www.acics.org/ ) that can fully accredit quality educational programs. Full accreditation will ensure that students receive the best education possible. Students should enter an online central service training program and begin the learning process to become a medical professional.

DISCLAIMER: Above is a GENERIC …

Education and Religion – Are They Separate and Does This Matter?

Education and Religion – Are They Separate and Does This Matter?

Education is inherently spiritual in nature, although there has been much said and done over the years to mask this purpose. Yet, at its very core, the goal of an educational system is to change minds so that information can be transferred, to present cultures and characters to the learners so that they can see how those values ​​have been successful (or not) over the years , to share systems of order, organization, and structure that benefit all people, and to do all of this from the time of youth through adulthood. The word education comes from a Latin term (educatus) having to do with "leading forth" and "rearing" of a child. In this sense, educational goals are no different than the goals of discipleship in a religious context, and this knowledge must impact all that we aim to teach or share with others.

One primary tenet of education is to present data and transform the understanding of information in the mind of another. That does not necessarily mean that we are going to convince another of our opinions, although that does happen in education, but we are certainly trying to transfer knowledge to someone else. This may take the form of sharing information, teaching someone to learn a new skill, or showing how to apply the knowledge for their personal use and enrichment. Once this information is presented and students learn to apply the information correctly, the next step in education is to seek the advancement of the student because they possess this knowledge. Knowledge increases awareness and competency, and this is good for all involved – both the student, and the student's community. With knowledge, a student can take positive action, and positive action is the evidence of the learning. Another pillar of education is the reviewing of history and the knowledge left behind by other cultures and civilizations, as well as of the character of those leaders. What area of ​​learning does not have its heroes and villains, its good examples and bad? None come to mind. All arenas of education – history, science, philosophy, math, literature, and yes, even religion – have their cultural stalwarts emblazoned on the annals of history and in those stories, there is much to learn from both positive and negative behavior. But none of this is unique to an educational system. Every step of the learning process and its goals can be said to be also true of the process of discipleship. And, the sharing of faith and converting of disciples far predates the structure of an educational "system." The making of conversions has at its heart the transference of information, the hope of application, and the betterment of a society. Therefore, education is inherently theological in nature.

So while we have tried to separate the role of the church from our educational system, we can not ignore that they are more alike than dissimilar, and more compatible than not. This is why it is so critical to look at what …

Homework Organization For Students (And Their Parents)

Homework Organization For Students (And Their Parents)

I spend a lot of time at my seminars and workshops, on the phone and via email discussing the subject of homework organization. Actually, I spend a lot of time listening to parents complain that their children’s homework disorganization is driving everybody crazy!

Many students have such a hard time getting it together that by the time they finally sit down to do their homework, they are exhausted. No wonder they don’t want to do it! Getting organized will help alleviate exhaustion, bad attitudes, procrastination and rebelliousness.

Homework organization just makes life easier for everyone.

These are the homework organization tips that I use as a student, teacher and parent. Print this list and read it with your children. Then, post it on the fridge and refer to it often so that everybody (parents, kids, babysitters, grandparents) will be on the same organized page.

At School:

  • Write down every, single homework assignment in one place. I strongly recommend using a bound or wire notebook- definitely NOT a loose leaf binder. I don’t care how careful you are, pages will fall out, and then what? You won’t know what to do nor when to do it! A plain notebook is fine, but a datebook or calendar is the best. Some schools even provide these to students. Use it.
  • Write down homework assignments as you get them. This is mostly for older students that change classes and teachers, but it is a good habit for everyone. If the teacher says, “Oh, tonight I want you to read Chapter 4,” write that down in your notebook.
  • Write down every, single due date for a project or paper- even if you have a handout or syllabus. Handouts disappear (I think they hang out with loose socks), but you will still know what to do and when to do it if you have everything written down in your homework notebook.
  • Keep ALL of the day’s homework assignments together in one place. Don’t have a special place or page for math, another for writing, etc. You want to see everything in one spot.
  • Check your homework notebook Three (3) Times A Day: Before you leave school (or each class), double check to make certain that you have everything (books, paper, materials, etc.) that you will need later.

At Home:

  • Before you start doing your homework, look at your notebook and make sure that you are doing the right assignment, the right page, etc.
  • Before you put everything away, take one more quick look. Did you do everything? Good!
  • Make a decision about where you will put your completed homework: into a binder pocket, a special homework folder, etc. You may decide to have a color-coded folder for each class. If you choose to use folders, I strongly recommend using 3-hole punched folders and keeping them together in a 3-ring binder. Whatever you choose, stick to it! Don’t put your homework in your a binder today, a folder tomorrow… And, never, ever fold your homework into a