Morrigan Corde

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Team Canada in Rio 2016 Olympics Inspiration

Although Team Canada during the Summer Olympics, they are not the outranked team across the world. They sure did bring some great Olympics inspiration like no one had ever done before. During the Rio 2016 Summer Olympics Game, Team Canada earned with overall four gold medals, three silver medals and fifteen bronze medals going on best for Top 10 Summer Olympics Team.  For most of Canada, we are clearly outranked for Winter Olympics in parallel with United States of America. Canadian have finally returned home with joy and happiness holding their Olympics medals.

Here’s the photo of Canadian Soccer Women’s Team winning the Bronze medal:

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The Canadian Team left “Thank You” as the final message towards the rest of Brazilian nationality as host nation. Even the host nation, Brazil were in awe and lore for Canadian Team to be fully participated and engaged at the Olympics Game.

Congratulations Brazil for hosting the 2016 Summer Olympics as they pass their Olympics inspirational event towards Tokyo 2020 in Japan for next four years time down the road. There are many dedicated athletes, coaches and sport managers as well as officials who helped contributed for the Rio Olympics to carry on their legacy to support for Tokyo 2020 Summer Olympics Game.

Cruise Ship Design for USS Starship Enterprise

This photo is looking like something straight out of a science fiction technology, this gigantic ship could be the future of cruising or maybe we don’t even know it yet.

Cruise Line Consideration:

Royal Caribbean Cruise Line http://www.royalcaribbean.com/

Carnival Cruise Line https://www.carnival.com/cruise-ships.aspx

Norwegian Cruise Line https://www.ncl.com/

So what the Cruise Line company got have to say about the USS Starship Enterprise. Maybe the Cruise Line Engineering Company end up got nothing much to say about the USS Enterprise, because they don’t even know or understand it. According to the Maritimes Boating and Ship Manufactures, they might proved the fact Enterprise 2000 are still on the list in Canada. The USS Enterprise manufacture of boats and ships already have dated all the way back in the year 1892-1909 circa as Massachusetts Naval Training Ship. In fact the arrival of explorers and settlers in human history went through many names that was being built was torn apart or even drowned to ocean bottoms, we don’t the answer for sure, but we can get some clues. From our understanding of history books and textbooks, we can still rediscovered the Royal Navy HMS Enterprise was built in August 1774. This would be good, if we give back our legendary past into the future what is known as the USS Enterprise the most widely popular science technology to grow for our Cruise Ship economy and culture. The human history during our past are considered as dark ages and we do want to wish the ship Enterprise to grow in enlightenment.

The Cruise Ship economy continued to grow at very expectation standard and is not like Star Trek USS Starship Enterprise where they went unexpected damage report throughout making the film. “These are the voyages for Starship Enterprise, (aka Cruise Ship) to explore new world, to seek out for new life forms, to boldly go where no man (or woman) have gone before.” Thought for thought on all things luxury!!

Spread your ideas of future Cruise Ship towards the Engineering managers!

Here's are mine: 
Cruise Ship Enterprise 
Norwegian Enterprise 
Carnival Enterprise
Give this Reference to: 
International Maritimes Organization http://www.imo.org/en/Pages/Default.aspx
Cruise Ship Job Engine Department Positions http://www.cruiseshipjob.com/engine.htm
Proceed with safety and caution for those Cruise Ship manufactures!

 

Star Trek Histories at 50 — Auxiliary Memory

This book of Star Trek 50 Year Mission is also dedicated to 50 Years of Anniversary Publication Celebration devoted to Gene Roddenberry (1921-1991) and his family of supporters. Some part of the sponsorships did come from the NASA Science Space Astronomy with collaboration from William Shatner and many others actors or actresses who invest between the works of Science facts and Science fiction juggle not quite easily. There are several of them have the experienced and knowledge to explore the space for real unlike most of casting crew who came from Star Wars LucasFilm company are very lacking. This isn’t just a book for Star Trek expanded universe fans. Here is a volume for all fans of pop culture and anyone interested in the nuts and bolts of a television touchstone for anyone who are interested and wanted to read.

“We must question the story logic of having an all-knowing all-powerful God, who creates faulty Humans, and then blames them for his own mistakes.” – Quotes from Gene Roddenberry
“A man either lives life as it happens to him, meets it head-on and licks it, or he turns his back on it and starts to wither away.” – Quotes from Gene Roddenberry
“Time is the fire in which we burn.” – Quotes from Gene Roddenberry

By James Wallace Harris, Monday, August 15, 2016 My celebration of Star Trek at 50 continues, which began with “Remembering Star Trek—50 Years” and then “Star Trek: Dystopia in the Utopia.” I was never a Trekkie/Trekker, never went to a Star Trek convention, and I’ve only read a couple of the novels, so I don’t […]

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Fitness Friday: Olympic inspiration

Let’s watch Swimming and the most inspirational athlete for me is all of Olympian Swimmers!

that cynking feeling

The opening ceremonies for the 2016 Summer Olympics will be held tonight. We haven’t watched network TV since the digital transition began in 2009 so I won’t be watching the games.

I was remembering summer games of the past, however, as I swam in our community pool the other night. I was wondering what I look like from above. It’s hard to appear graceful and sleek while dodging pool noodles and toddlers sporting floaties. Plus, I’m no Michael Phelps. My form, never swim-team-worthy, has gotten rusty over the years. I get distracted trying to keep an eye on Philip. I flail to a gasping stop at the pool edge since I’ve lost my ability to do an underwater turn. No need to time me down to 1/100 of a second either.

But does that matter? No. I can still find inspiration in medal-worthy athletes. I won’t spend hours training as they do…

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