The U.S. Air Force is known to get a bit creative when it comes to their recruitment tools, and this badass Dodge Challenger Vapor is our personal favorite “tool” to date. Built using all sorts of military specific technology, this 4-wheeled assassin is ready for any mission that comes its way. The Vapor supercar is equipped with an infrared thermal image camera on the front bumper that works alongside a roof-mounted 360-degree surveillance camera, allowing the driver to see in darkness.
Reasonable Discussions: Reasonable Discussions: June 29th Here’s your weekly open thread, now operating under the rubric of Reasonable Discussions, as suggested by a few commenters. Thank you for making our site’s community vibrant, intelligent, and fun. http://www.avclub.com/article/reasonable-discussions-june-29th-238918?utm_medium=RSS&utm_campaign=feeds
The name was changed again in 1910 to Bishop Payne Divinity School, when the school was given the power to confer the degree of Bachelor of Divinity. Maintaining an adequate budget to operate and improve the school, and competing with white seminaries, which began to admit black students, were constant challenges that led to the school’s closing in 1949. Its assets were transferred in 1953 to the Virginia Theological Seminary for the purpose of recruiting and educating African American…
MILWAUKEE – Former Milwaukee police officer Dominique Heaggan-Brown, 24, has been charged with first-degree reckless homicide in the fatal shooting of Sylville K. Smith. The incident sparked nights of rioting following the August shooting. Both men are black. http://www.lawenforcementtoday.com/former-milwaukee-police-officer-charged-with-first-degree-reckless-homicide/
College Loans: A Dilemma for African Americans Data from the U.S. Census Bureau shows how higher student loans rates presents a challenge for the Black Community. For example, according to the U.S. Census Bureau, 18 percent of African-Americans 35 years old and older had a bachelor’s degree or higher in 2010. Some 1.5 million African-Americans 25 years old and older had advanced degrees in 2010, and 2.9 million were enrolled in college in 2010, a 1.7 million increase since 1990.
Hue – the name of a color Value – the degree of lightness or darkness in a color; can be expressed by tones, tints and shades Intensity – the degree of purity or strength of a color (hue) or how bright or muted the colors are. For example, an intense red is one that is a very strong, pure red color. When a lighter or darker color is added to a color, the intensity will be less bright. (If you add white to red you get pink, a less intense color strength)