'Shadows' gets staked in the heart
“What We Do in the Shadows” opens with a very pale hand reaching out of a coffin to shut off a digital alarm clock. It's six in the Good satire is incredibly hard to achieve, requiring some tight, sharp writing and genuine understated wit ...
April 2, 2015
Apple Watch review: Is this smart watch worth buying?
These range from detailed analogue faces with extra complications (on a traditional watch these are the extra elements that inform the watch face, like multiple time zones and moon phases) to bright digital clocks. These faces are hugely Thankfully ...
April 8, 2015
All 63 major Apple Watch apps to download at launch
Apple Watch straps the alarm to your wrist and the digital crown sets the right time. Siri also helps out, World clock needs to come to an Apple Watch face near you. .. It's meant for weeding out sharp and flat notes with the right levels. Apple ...
April 9, 2015
April Fools' Day 2015: The best stories from around the web
The idea is you can use the app to send the smell of roses to a loved one or the smell of coffee to yourself when your alarm goes off in the morning. Customers basically place their coffee order, then let Costa staff know what time to wake them ...
March 31, 2015
50 best iPhone games 2015
Beat Sneak Bandit is part rhythm-action, part platformer and part stealth game, with the titular hero aiming to steal back the world's clocks from the nefarious Duke Clockface. You move on the beat, rebounding off walls, and avoiding guards and alarms ...
March 21, 2015
20 Alarm Clocks That Will Mess With Your Mind In Order To Wake You Up
Several inventive companies have attempted to change the way we wake up, both through a new level of comfort and even some discomfort. From an alarm clock that delivers us the wonderful smell of bacon, to a clock that literally flies away and makes you ...
December 26, 2014
Astronauts back in US segment of space station
CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. — Astronauts have returned to their home on the International Space Station after an alarm suggesting a possible ammonia leak forced the crew to seal themselves in a Russian segment of the orbiting outpost — twice. In an update ...
January 14, 2015
This has caused HUGE issues come morning time when I come in and kindly wake them up with my sweet morning singing. The frustrating thing is, they just don't appreciate the fact that after long nights of feeding baby and waking #3 up to go potty so he won't wet the bed, I still get up at 7 sharp so I can put on my happy face, climb the longest stairway in the... And yesterday morning after a particularly difficult wake up, #1 informed me that it was all MY fault. wait for it. I wake them up too early. Their grumpiness has NOTHING whatsoever to do with the fact that I have to fight them every night to get their butts in bed and STAY in bed by 8. No no no. the fact that they sneak toys and books and flashlights under their covers and giggle until... It's ALL my fault because I wake up the little angels too early. "It's my fault you are tired in the morning because I wake you up in time to get ready and catch the bus to school. Even though you guys made bad choices last night and stayed up too late. "Okay, since me waking you up is such an issue, I won't do it anymore.
For him, 12am is an exciting time. New possibilities. Endless possibilities The only thing I want to punch in the morning is my alarm clock. ) Regardless, we all have different schedules. But we all have developed a unique relationship with our bed that is hard to sever come wakey-wake time. But wouldn’t it be nice to develop some element of sentiment in which we look forward to getting up. Don’t get mad, get even. Plan an exit strategy that will give you plenty of time to make your real entrance right on time.
I turned off my Big Ben alarm clock at 0230, the usual wake-up time for our Linebacker mission. When the scheduling board simply indicated “Special”, we knew it would be a 0400 mass briefing at Wing Headquarters for a bombing mission over North Vietnam. The schedule was normally posted at the end of each day’s flying, and the previous day I had seen my name listed for the number four position in Jazz Flight for today’s Special. After breakfast, I walked to the 8th Tactical Fighter Wing Headquarters building, and performed my usual routine of stopping by the Intel desk and checking the Shoot-down Board. The Shoot-down Board was a large Plexiglas-covered board that listed the most recent friendly aircraft losses, written in grease pencil. We could tell, at a glance, if any aircraft had been shot down the previous night, the call sign, aircraft type, and survivor status. There were no friendly aircraft losses over North Vietnam to enemy action in the previous day. The Special for the previous day had been canceled when the strike leader, my Squadron Commander, Lieutenant Colonel Brad Sharp, crashed on takeoff when his left tire exploded at 160 knots.
'Shadows' gets staked in the heart
What We Do in the Shadows, 86 min; not rated “What We Do in the Shadows” opens with a very pale hand reaching out of a coffin to shut off a digital alarm clock. It’s six in ... requiring some tight, sharp writing and genuine understated wit.
April 2, 2015