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Mac Tropical Taboo Mineralize Rich Lipstick Divine Choice

Published on: 20 May 2013 in MAC Summer 2013 Makeup: Tropical Taboo Collection

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Isidore says:

Posted on 28 Feb 2014

So someone I know aeildcntalcy knocked some Coke onto my Nikon L2 last thanksgiving and as such left me with a sticky lens and shutter doors. There is a faint spot in the lcd but other than that everything seems to work fine. Would I ruin the lens if I cleaned it with a q-tip and some rubbing alcohol or do you have any suggestions on what to clean the sticky shutter doors with?Thanks!

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Shizuka says:

Posted on 28 Feb 2014

-The enemy for now is the Gaddafi forces and Rundle, Mark and so forth are ivevlond to the extent of advocating that the U.S. etc make limited war on behalf of the people on the rebel side. All are disregarding the civil war aspect of this fighting and have backed taking sides and uniting with the ‘great Satan’. Well done. All are being surprised by events.I can't speak for Guy, but I don't think I'd accept that in my case. I think what we need now is a better political definition of what the aims of the intervention are, if, and I think it's still an if, its humanitarian objectives have been achieved. That has to take into account the fact that the political reality is that, to some degree, there has already been a choice made against Gadaffi's power surviving. The resolution itself, reading of whose is essential, notes the reference to the International Criminal Court.If it proves to be the case that the Libyan revolution cannot overthrow Gaddafi on its own, I would imagine that further political debate, and perhaps another UN Security Council Resolution, would be necessary. That tension has, to be sure, been present from the beginning.

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Wagnho says:

Posted on 01 Mar 2014

just because Schmitt was an arch-reactionary pro-imperialist doesn't mean he didn't have some itmnrpaot insights about the actual operation of international law. I'm not supporting the rule of law we have now, just cutting through the mystifications created by those who imagine it operates through the respecting of legal norms.To ask whether I support international human rights norms is therefore a bit like the question about when I stopped beating my wife. In reality (rather than legal ideology) those norms are subject to the balance of forces between capitalist nation states within a wider international state system. Hence their apparently inconsistent application (when actually other logics are far more consistently applied).Do I support the struggle for greater rights by ordinary people? Absolutely. But that can't be divorced from the power relations at play, although the defenders of Western military intervention seem to believe they can be.

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