Lewis Aptekar: Spending Time at the Beach

Lewis Aptekar: Spending Time at the Beach

Lewis Aptekar loves to spend his free time at the beach. He lives in Florida as well as California and enjoys spending his weekends by the water. He is an ambitious young professional and the founder of an auto detailing app.

Lewis Aptekar: Spending Time at the Beach

He created Washé to provide a service and to create jobs in multiple states. Lewis Aptekar has built a successful career and enjoys celebrating by enjoying the ocean.

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Lewis Aptekar Shared Most viral videos of 2016

 

Here is the list of top viral videos of 2016:

#1. Adele Carpool Karaoke

#2. Pen-Pineapple-Apple-Pen/PIKO-TARO

#3. What’s inside a Rattlesnake Rattle?

#4. Nike Football Presents: The Switch ft. Cristiano Ronaldo, Harry Kane, Anthony Martial & More

#5. Grace VanderWaal: 12-Year-Old Ukulele Player Gets Golden Buzzer – America’s Got Talent 2016

#6. Water Bottle Flip Edition | Dude Perfect

#7. Channing Tatum & Beyonce’s “Run The World (Girls)” vs. Jenna Dewan-Tatum’s “Pony” | Lip Sync Battle

#8. Donald Trump: Last Week Tonight with John Oliver (HBO)

#9. THE $21,000 FIRST CLASS AIRPLANE SEAT

#10. Brothers Convince Little Sister of Zombie Apocalypse

Humans, not climate change, wiped out Australian megafauna

Watts Up With That?

Monash University, CU-Boulder show steep decline in megafauna shortly after 45,000 years ago

From the UNIVERSITY OF COLORADO AT BOULDER

This is a menagerie of megafauna that inhabited Australia some 45,000 years ago. CREDIT Peter Trusler, Monash University This is a menagerie of megafauna that inhabited Australia some 45,000 years ago. CREDIT Peter Trusler, Monash University

New evidence involving the ancient poop of some of the huge and astonishing creatures that once roamed Australia indicates the primary cause of their extinction around 45,000 years ago was likely a result of humans, not climate change.

Led by Monash University in Victoria, Australia and the University of Colorado Boulder, the team used information from a sediment core drilled in the Indian Ocean off the coast of southwest Australia to help reconstruct past climate and ecosystems on the continent. The core contains chronological layers of material blown and washed into the ocean, including dust, pollen, ash and spores from a fungus called Sporormiella that thrived on the dung of plant-eating mammals…

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I Knew Chelsea Manning in Basic Combat Training. Here’s the Story You Haven’t Heard

Jay B. Huwieler

January 2017 – as one of his final acts in office, President Obama yesterday commuted the 35-year prison sentence of Chelsea Manning down to just four years with a scheduled release date of 17 May 2017. For supporters, it must have been an unbelievable victory, and for her critics, an outrage. For those that have known her, there’s an added dimension of anecdotes, personal interactions, and concrete memories of her conduct, all of which color the quality of that commutation. She is a hero to some, a traitor to others. Either she was an idealistic do-gooder who was intent on revealing state-sponsored human rights violations while exposing the darkest corners of the U.S. Government, or she was a coward suffering delusions of grandeur who invented enemies to blame, lashed out at her own country, and revealed nothing but her own self-sponsored narcissism.  Which one is accurate? Let me tell you a…

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What My Great-Grandfather Taught Me About Trump and the Press

Recommended post. Awesome blog

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The StrangerLongreads has teamed up with The Stranger’s Sydney Brownstone and Heidi Groover, along with photographer Nate Gowdy, to cover the presidential inauguration and protests. Below, a dispatch from Brownstone, on her way to D.C.

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My great-grandfather was a man of few words. I never met him, but I understand he had a thick accent from growing up speaking Yiddish in a shtetl in what is now known as Moldova. The shtetl no longer exists, and neither does the deli my great-grandfather opened in Brooklyn after fleeing to America a hundred years ago.

My great-grandfather also had a thing about TVs. He had never owned one, and my dad assumed that was because he couldn’t spend the money. As a gift, my dad bought my great-grandfather his first television set. But when my father visited him not long after, he noticed something strange had happened to the TV.

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Lewis Aptekar Proud of Revitalized All America City

The Bronx where native Lewis Aptekar can roam today was named an All America City in 1997, a triumphant comeback which began in the late 1980’s. The Ten-Year Housing Plan initiated by the city along with the rebuilding of the social, economic and environmental structures by community members led to the return of retailers like…

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