I bought this cute little mirror from Hong Kong.Its a mirror in a Apple Mac Air case fits easily in the purse.
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A punch perm (パンチパーマ panchi pāma ) is a type of tightly permed male hairstyle in Japan that was popular among yakuza (mafia), chinpira (low-level mafia), bōsōzoku (motorcycle gang members), truck drivers, construction workers, and enka singers, from the 1960s till the mid-1990s. This hair style probably got its name from “needle punch carpeting”, a type of floor covering with a short and tightly curled nap.
The punch perm began to fall out of usage as a result of its general association with the yakuza, as well as normal fashion trends.
A variation of the punch perm that is worn primarily by bōsōzoku is called “aippa”: both sides of the forehead are shaved to create a cross between widow’s peak, an afro, and an exaggerated sculpted early 1960s pompadour.
Another variant is the “iron perm”. While a punch perm is created with rollers and chemicals, an iron perm is created with a heated curling iron. This hair style often involves singeing the hair.
By now you heard of Joseph Kony, thanks to this powerful & emotive 30 minute YouTube clip.I went to go get a sandwich came back and by now it’s hit 19 million viewers from the last 2 million I remember few hours ago.(I’m predicting 45 million views by end of the month)
In a way i feel as if we maybe witnessing history in the making right this moment. This video is awakening youth activism by the masses. Could this video be a first of its kind? I believe so. Does it have the potential to change Africa’s corrupt government system? I’m not sure but it’s all about awareness end of the day.
A good arguments against this video is that people have already been aware of these atrocities in Uganda for years now but and it didn’t receive the same exposure.But goes to show the coming of age for YouTube, Facebook & Twitter.
I haven’t made final conclusions myself yet but I’m interested how it all plays out in the end.