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Details the year leading to the assassination of Israel's Prime Minister, Yitzhak Rabin (1922-1995), from the point of view of the assassin
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Countries - Israel
director - Yaron Zilberman
creators - Yaron Zilberman
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Terrible headache for days. Terrible day in spanish. Terrible days grace. Terrible days a week. Terrible day for rain sub. Just another terrible day 0:43 / The suns shining and smiling Me: How come. Terrible day for rain meme. I was eagerly waiting for ur video bruh, and finally its here. The best 10 minutes and 19 seconds of the day bro. Please try to post regularly budd. Terrible days off early on. Terrible day of the lord. This film is a re-creation of the life of Yigal Amir, the assassin of Yitzhak Rabin, from the time of the announcement of the 1st Oslo peace accord, to the actual deed. While Yigal was already a nationalist (he starts by being arrested at an anti-Oslo rally) various forces encouraged or abetted him towards assassination.
There is his mother, encouraging him to greatness, as per his name. There are rabbis who proclaim that Jewish law should supercede secular law, and also that Rabin is a "Persuer" and an "Informer" permitting him to be killed. There is a Likud / Bibi rally, where calls to kill Rabin go unchecked. There are girlfriends / potential brides, who just distance themselves from him but not report his thoughts to authorities. About the only person who comes off well is his father, who said that, if Rabin should be struck down, it should be by the hand of God and not of man. I was at the world premiere (see: trivia) where the director said the film project was started 5 years ago, and it is just coincidental that it is coming out as populists hold hate-filled rallies.
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The last vid is just sad. Terrible day not a terrible life. Girl: oh its a black widow on me you put a black widow on me Man: ahh hahahahaha Son: DaDSToPlaUGhinG Literally me ??. Best Things in life: Winning a lottery. Finding diamonds in minecraft. Yode making a video over 5 minutes long. Terrible days. Terrible day for rain gif. Terrible day at work meme. Terrible. I tried it so that you don’t have to. Health and wellness touch each of us differently. This is one person’s story. “But first, coffee. ” This phrase is essentially my guiding philosophy in life. Since my first cup of coffee 12 years ago at age 16, I’ve been completely dependent on multiple steaming cups a day. I’m a naturally tired person. I also struggle to get restful sleep because I have generalized anxiety disorder (GAD). I used to drink a respectable one or two cups of coffee each morning, but since I began working from home in January, my coffee intake has skyrocketed. When a blissful, full pot of coffee is just within reach, it’s challenging not to drink three or four cups before noon. Although I relish the benefits that coffee provides ? the primary one being increased energy ? I know it’s a habit that potentially has its downsides. Experts believe high caffeine intake can make anxiety and sleep problems worse. Despite therapy and other mindfulness strategies, I consistently struggle to keep the worrying and overthinking at bay. It can also be a trigger for gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD) ? which I have. My gastroenterologist has previously told me to stop drinking coffee to improve my acid reflux. I also have irritable bowel syndrome (IBS). I’ve always thought coffee helps with my gut issues, but I know caffeine can be a trigger for people with IBS. I decided to try giving up coffee for one week, not only to see if my anxiety would improve, but to see if my GERD and IBS would, too. All the things I thought during one week without coffee: Day one involved me chiding myself for thinking I could ever take on this challenge without some serious struggles. Here are my internal thoughts and observations about my health over my agonizing week without coffee. ‘I absolutely cannot do this’ It took me three days to actually begin my one-week challenge. On Day 1, my mind felt foggy and I struggled to focus on my work. I guiltily traipsed into the kitchen to allow myself half a cup of coffee. On Day 2, I did the exact same thing, overcome by my inability to simply wake up without coffee. Finally, on Day 3, I battened down the hatches and went coffee-free. I was driving to visit my grandmother in another state, and therefore didn’t have any mentally taxing work to do. This ended up being the perfect day to start the challenge, as I primarily consume as much coffee as I do to focus on my work as a writer. ‘I knew I would get a migraine’ Several hours into the drive on my first day without coffee, I felt an all-too-familiar dull pulsing behind my right eye. I was getting a migraine. I thought this might happen, as I knew that some migraine sufferers can get headaches from caffeine withdrawal. As my head pounded and my stomach began to turn, I popped an Excedrin Migraine (which has caffeine). But the migraine just wouldn’t go away. I took some ibuprofen before finally admitting it was time to take one of my prescription migraine medications. The following day, I got a mild migraine, though I was able to nip it in the bud with medication before it grew too unbearable. On my third day without coffee, I had a dull tension headache. It wasn’t until my fourth day without coffee that I didn’t get a headache. ‘I haven’t taken my GERD medication in days, but I don’t even need it’ I’ve been on a daily GERD medication, omeprazole (Prilosec), since last July when my acid reflux could no longer be controlled by the occasional Tums. I typically take omeprazole in two-week treatment doses, meaning two weeks with medication, then one week without. When visiting my grandma, I packed my GERD medication, as I was in the middle of a two-week dose. Several days after I got home, I realized I hadn’t taken the medicine on my trip or unpacked it yet, meaning I hadn’t taken it in nearly a week. Although I had a bit of reflux over the week, it was nowhere near as severe as it usually is without medication, which is likely why I forgot to take it. I eat a fairly healthy diet low in foods that exacerbate GERD, like garlic, alcohol, and fried foods. Coffee is one of the only GERD triggers that’s part of my diet, and I’ve always wondered if it was the culprit. ‘I can’t poop’ I have irritable bowel syndrome (IBS). It’s secondary to celiac disease, which can wreak havoc on my gut health. I’m constipation-prone, so I often have long bouts of constipation several times a year. Around my third day without coffee, I realized I hadn’t pooped since before the challenge. Caffeinated drinks are known to have laxative-like effects for many people, myself being one of them. I decided to take MiraLAX, an over-the-counter stool softener, to help my constipation. I ended up needing to take the stool softener several times during the challenge, but I was never fully regular. ‘The afternoon energy slump is real’ Although it wasn’t easy, I managed to get through most mornings without coffee. The brain fog eased up each day, and although the start to my morning was slower, I eventually got work done. The real struggle happened around 3 or 4 p. m., when I felt myself beginning to wane. I’ve always enjoyed several cups of matcha green tea at night, as the caffeine content is minimal, and I find it settles my stomach. I came to long for this small burst of caffeine each night, and began brewing matcha earlier and earlier in the day. One night during my challenge, I had plans to see Journey at Wrigley Field, a long-awaited family outing. Right before we left, I joked with everyone that I needed a nap. My twin brother ? also a major caffeine addict ? tossed me a 5-hour Energy Shot. I’d never tried one. But desperate times call for desperate measures. I drank the shot and felt relief wash over me as my body filled with energy just 20 minutes later. Maybe I’m not meant to live a life without caffeine, I thought. ‘I don’t think my anxiety has improved’ Unfortunately, my anxiety didn’t noticeably improve during this one-week challenge. Everyone with anxiety finds solutions that work for them. For me, coffee isn’t it. I also didn’t feel any significant improvements to my sleep. I still tossed and turned like I always do. I’m self-employed as a writer and often find my most productive time is from 7 a. m. to 12 p. m., when I’m full of caffeine and can plow through my work. And the more work I get done, the less anxious I often feel. Without coffee, my morning productivity slowed. I didn’t write as quickly. My deadlines inched closer with less work than usual to show for my hours at the computer. It’s almost as though coffee lessens my anxiety, as it gives me the energy I need to meet all of my deadlines. If copious coffee intake is one bad habit of mine, I can live with that Maybe it’s because my experiment was only for one week, but I never reached a place of comfort without coffee. I still felt foggy most mornings, and unable to fully focus on my work. The headaches went away after just a few days, but my yearning for coffee did not. I counted down the days until my challenge was over and I could once again enjoy several heavenly cups of coffee each morning. I woke up on the first day after my challenge and excitedly brewed a pot of coffee, only to find myself stopping after one cup. My GERD had returned. Although life without coffee didn’t improve my anxiety or IBS, it did improve my GERD. I’ve been weighing whether the benefits I reap from coffee outweigh the need to take a daily medication for acid reflux. The only way to know will be giving up coffee for longer than one week, and I’m not sure if I’m ready to do that quite yet. Jamie Friedlander is a freelance writer and editor with a passion for health. Her work has appeared in The Cut, Chicago Tribune, Racked, Business Insider, and Success Magazine. When she’s not writing, she can usually be found traveling, drinking copious amounts of green tea, or surfing Etsy. You can see more samples of her work on her website. Follow her on Twitter.
2:46 even the oven is begging you to stop taking pictures and fix it. Terrible days. Terrible day in the neighborhood. 12 terrible days of christmas. Very well-made and difficult to watch, this film does justice to its topic. As a potential assassin Igal Amir needed only a few (but powerful) motivators to lead him to a gun and help him pull the trigger. In doing so he changed to course of history. With great restraint this film delves into both Amir and the influences around him leading eventually to the murder of Prime Minister Rabin. The direction and acting are on a very high level and anyone wishing to gain insight and learn lessons from this horrific event should invest the time in seeing this film. It provokes thought as well as feeling, thus qualifying it as an important piece of film making.
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Or eating Nutella straight out of the jar with their bare hands. (Okay, the Nutella thing is acceptable since I still do it at the age of 35). And when your kid hits their third birthday, some childless moron inevitably says, “Well, at least you’re out of the terrible twos. ” The truth is, three-year-olds are just as bad ? but they just don’t have a catchy nickname like the “terrible twos. ” If someone had coined the phrase “thrashing threes” or “thunderous threes”, we would learn not to raise our expectations for kids once they turn three. Last week our niece celebrated her third birthday and it reminded me that my sister and my brother-in-law are probably in for a rough year. So this week, I wanted to write about the five reasons why I think three-year-olds are probably tougher to handle than two-year-olds: 1. The great nap debate There is no question that a two-year-old child needs an afternoon nap on a daily basis. Most two-year-olds fall asleep around 1 p. m., coinciding nicely with when the worst daytime television hits the airwaves for exhausted parents. “I haven’t stopped moving all day and I’m getting another rerun of Montel … are you kidding me? ” But when a child turns three, the napping becomes more of a challenge. Some days they need it and some days they don’t. But good luck trying to figure out when they need a nap and when you can push them through. And there are only two possible outcomes: Outcome #1: At 5 p. m., you will say: “He’s driving me crazy ? I should have put him for a nap. ” Outcome #2: At 8 p. m., you will say: “He’s driving me crazy ? I shouldn’t have put him for a nap. ” 2. They’re always asking “Why? ” An example of a normal conversation with a three-year-old goes something like this: “Time to put your shoes on. ” “Why? ” “Because we need to go to the store. ” “Because Daddy needs to pick up some beer and Tylenol. ” “Because we ran out of both while watching In The Night Garden yesterday. ” Three-year-olds have a tendency to go through a phase where they ask “Why? ” to everything you say. At first, it’s really cute and endearing. They’re showing an inquisitive nature and it’s hard not to answer the question honestly. But then, as the weeks go by, the “Whys” gradually shift and take on a more whiny tone. And by the end of the “Why” cycle, they sound eerily similar to the love-child of Richard Simmons and Pauly Shore. 3. They are pickier eaters Once kids turn three, it seems like they gravitate to only one type of food for extended periods of time. For our oldest daughter, she would only eat chicken fingers and fries at that age. For some kids they only consume cheese pizza. And you had better be clear: Does the sauce go on top of the pasta or on the side? If you prematurely put tomato sauce on pasta for a three-year-old without prior consent, it’s essentially a declaration of war. 4. The struggles potty training When a two-year-old does a poop in their diaper, it’s no big deal. But when a three-year-old does the exact same thing in their underwear, it’s the most revolting thing ever. Trying to train a three-year-old is extremely difficult, especially when you have to lug a Dora potty seat along everywhere you go. When you’re struggling with potty training you really long for the simple days when the child could urinate freely in their diaper without leaving a puddle in the middle of the aisle at Bulk Barn. 5. The tantrums are worse A three-year-old tricks you because you think you can reason with them, but it turns out they’re actually just a two-year-old in a slightly bigger body. No three-year-old truly understands the concept of sharing, but because they’re out of the “terrible twos”, we just assume they’ve reached a greater state of enlightenment. Truth is, their tantrums are worse as a three-year-old because they are bigger, stronger and have a louder voice. Nothing raises the blood pressure of an exasperated parent like a full-blown meltdown from a three-year-old. And pretty soon, you feel like you are going to end up on an episode of Montel titled “Help: My three-year-old is acting like a two-year-old. ” Read more: Is my toddler’s bad behaviour normal? How my picky eater became an adventurous foodie Snooze control: An age-by-age guide to naps.
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