Bromo Eruptions Not Considered Extraordinary

Bromo Eruptions Not Considered Extraordinary – The government has been handling the impacts of the on-going Mount Bromo eruptions in East Java through general measures as it does not see anything extraordinary in the volcanic activity, a minister said.

“The handling (of the impacts) is being done in a general sense as we don’t see anything extraordinary in the Mt Bromo eruptions,” Social Affairs Minister Al-Jufri told the press in an expose of his ministry’s work program for 2011 in Jakarta on Tuesday.

Members of the Disaster Response Team (TAGANA) observe Mount Bromo volcano as it spews smoke and ash as seen from Ngadisari village in Indonesias East Java province November 27, 2010. Mount Bromo is showing signs of increasing activity, prompting the authorities to raise its status to alert level, an official said.

Minister Al-Jufri explained the general handling of the impacts of the eruptions of Mount Bromo was that the government had been implementing emergency responses by supplying rice and other necessities stocked for emergency purposes in every province, including East Java.

The government has regularly been keeping emergency provisions amounting to 100 tons in every district that can be used anytime a natural disaster occurs , he said.

The 2,392-meter-high volcano in Probolinggo district , East Java province, erupted for the first time on November 27, 2010 and its alert status was reduced to a level lower to ready starting on December 23, 2010.

However, Bromo began to erupt again with thundering sounds and spew thick volcanic ashes on December 30, 2010 that decreasing on January 1, 2011 despite volcanic tremors have been recurring with hot lava visible flowing down its slopes. Bromo is among prominent mount s on Java as its scenic sand desert on its caldera is its most attractive feature that draws many tourists. ( antara )

The come-hither looks on the faces of women eating chocolate in stock photographs

The come-hither looks on the faces of women eating chocolate in stock photographs – If commercial photographs of women eating salad (as first portrayed hilariously on the Hairpin and already countered with Buzzfeed’s men eating fruit salad) tend to convey healthy, righteous fun—why, that woman can’t possibly be depriving herself if she’s laughing!—ads and stock images of women eating chocolate tend to convey pleasure of the bow-chicka-bow-wow variety. Chocolate equals sex. Current TV’s Sarah Haskins has already noted: It’s only normal to look like you’re getting busy savoring that chocolate you’re eating alone.

In the accompanying slide show, there’s a woman about to eat a chocolate bar with a come-hither look in her green eyes. There’s a close-up of a woman’s wet lips as she moves a bonbon toward her mouth. Women eating chocolate tend to have tousled hair and heads thrown back in desire. Sometimes they look guilty, in a seductive sort of way. Sometimes they wear red negligees while clutching candies greedily. There’s one in our collection that’s just a close-up of a woman’s torso with a chocolate bar tucked into the waist of her unbuttoned jean shorts. ‘Nuff said.

They are usually just about to bite. They are beautiful, and they are hungry, and you just know they’re going to eat the whole thing. ( )