My name is Dom. This is where my flat is, in London, UK.
On the 4th of February 2013, while I was out, someone broke into my flat and stole my iPad and my MacBook Pro.
I was very fond of both of those things and I was sad that they were gone.
I phoned the police and told them what had happened and they were very sympathetic, they came and dusted for fingerprints and consoled me.
I still have no idea where my iPad is, but fortunately I had installed Hidden App on my laptop, just in case it was ever lost or stolen, so I would be able to trace it’s whereabouts. However for over a month whoever was in possession of my laptop did not connect to the internet. Until…
…on the 23rd of March 2013 (my birthday) I received a message from my laptop informing me of it’s location.
To my surprise it was now over 3,000 miles away in Tehran, Iran.
LMAO! Stalking your lappie’s thief.
Q:What happened to you guys? You took down the site? I can't reach The Avatar Portal anymore.
ATLA styled Pesach (Passover). Yetziat Mitzrayim (Exodus) in the ATLAverse.
One of my favorite scenes.
Angry German kid watching ATLA.
AYYYY SEXY LADDAYYY!
The Harbin Ice Festival - Inspiration for the Northern Water Tribe City?
The Harbin Ice Festival is really pretty but also really, really cold. Colder than your freezer: -35C (-30F); so cold that a lot of digital cameras give up and stop working. Not really surprising, since the North East of China is under the direct influence of the Siberian wind.
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The annual Harbin International Ice and Snow Sculpture Festival (哈尔滨国际冰雪节) has been held since 1963. It had been interrupted for a number of years during the Cultural Revolution but had been resumed by 1985.
The festival starts January 5th and lasts one month. However the exhibits often open earlier and stay longer, weather permitting. While there are ice sculptures throughout the city, there are two main exhibition areas: Enormous snow sculptures at Sun Island (a recreational area on the opposite side of the Songhua River from the city) and the separate “Ice and Snow World” that operates each night. Ice and Snow World features illuminated full size buildings made from blocks of 2–3 feet thick crystal clear ice directly taken from the Songhua River. Winter activities in the festival include Yabuli alpine skiing, winter-swimming in the Songhua River, and the ice-lantern exhibition in Zhaolin Garden.