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Today is the day!!!! Get

Today is the day!!!! Get out and vote and let's keep moving Birmingham Forward under my leadership. #GPRepost,#reposter,#notetag @jmatthewcobb via @RepostApp ======> @jmatthewcobb:I'm voting for what works. We've made lots of progress the last four years. Let's go for four more. And if it ain't broke... #bellforbham #fourmoreyears #bhamvotes #bham #ala #magiccity #progress #movingforward #birminghamforward #united #forthegoodofthecity #politics #shoutout #appreciation #instapic #instalike #instalove #instagood #instashare #like4like #like4likes #follow4like #follow4likes #jmattspeaks

The Dome homes of Cape Ro

The Dome homes of Cape Romano. It was so exciting to FINALLY see these. Built in 1980 by Bob and Margaret Lee, these dome homes now belong to the ocean. After a few storms and hurricanes the beach has eroded, slipping these eco-friendly domes into the deep end and making them harder to get to. We were lucky and excited to see them before they get completely washed away or relocated. Only way to get here is by boat or kayak if you're willing to paddle the 14 mile round trip. Thank you to El Capitan @asanchezfire And the beautiful co pilot @christie_elaine for getting us there through the crazy storm and of course @mannyprades because it was his bday that day! . . . . #marcoisland #caperomano #Florida #domehomes #MIAexploresthe #igersmiami #mia #magiccity #realflorida #floridacoast #nikonusa #natgeoyourshot #natgeotravel #illgramme#findyourcoast #keepflwild #southflorida #soflo #visitflorida #LoveFL #findyourpark #getoutdoors #gooutside #saltlife #biscaynenationalpark #nps #nationalpark #nps #usinterior



@bigtxdabarber WELL THE WAIT IT OVER FOR THAT EPIC POST HAIR CUT I WAS TELLING YALL ABOUT!!!! I RECALL WHEN FOLKS USE TO MOCK ME AND MAKE FUN OF ME THAT I WAS TAKING TO LONG FOR A CUT. I WOULD BRUSH IT OFF BUT I RELIZE THE STRUCTURE OF HAVING A CLIENTELE WHO WOUDNT MIND LONG AS THE JOB WAS RIGHT AND THAT WE BOTH HAVE THE TIME!! I CAN DO MY THING SO THANKS TO @RACHELNATE FOR ALLOWING ME 1 HOUR AND 14 MINS ON THIS CUT TO LEARN THIS NEW FADE TECHNIQUE IAM WORKING ON AND YES IAM WORKING ON MY TIME TO BE SHORT. BUT UNTILL THEN. IT WILL BE WHAT ITS GONNA BE THANKS IF U SUPPORTED ME OH YA HOUSTON ILL BE HOME IN 3 WEEKS SO STAY TUNED ------------------------------------------ CHECK OUT MY OTHER POSTS ------------------------------------------ #bigtxstyle #YoungMogulsball #atlantahair #barber #BonnerBrothers #LenoxMall #wshh #atlantanightlife #downtownatlanta #labarber #hiphop #dopebarbers #nflbarber #houstonhair #houstontexans #magiccity #979thebox #atlantafalcons #barbersinctv #atlanta #atl #houston #htown #atlantabarber #atlantabarbers #atlbarber #houstonbarber #ubaratl #dallascowboys #airjordan

An extract on #magiccity

The College had roots going back to the introduction of Brigham Young Academy, but the College's more official beginning occurred when the first dean, Harvey Fletcher, organized the engineering program at BYU in 1952. This was the department of Engineering Science that at the time was part of the BYU College of Arts and Sciences. By 1965, there were four engineering departments (Chemical, Physical, Civil and Electrical), with enrollment at the median compared to engineering schools in the United States. By 1969, enrollment had reached the 70th percentile. The college has continued to expand, and now includes 3 main facilities for its students: the Clyde, Crabtree, and Snell buildings. Fletcher's design of the acoustics for the DeJong Concert Hall of the College of Fine Arts at BYU is at times attributed to this college since Fletcher was the first head of the engineering department. However, since acoustics is a sub-field of physics it is also possible to attribute that work more to the College of Physical and Engineering Sciences, which is where both physics and engineering were housed at that time. That college is a partial ancestor of the College of Engineering and Technology but also of the BYU College of Physical and Mathematical Sciences. The Fulton College of Engineering and Technology was formed in 1972 by the merging of the four engineering departments from the College of Physical and Engineering Sciences, which was then renamed the college of Physical and Mathematical Sciences with most of the College of Industrial and Technical Education. The College of Industrial and Technical Education had been formed in 1965 when it was split from the General College, which was separated from the College of Biological and Agricultural Sciences in 1957. The placement of Technical and Industrial Education in a college labeled Biological and Agricultural Sciences had arguably never been entirely logical. It did make a little sense considering one possible program was vocational agriculture, but the general disconnect between the terminology and the actual programs probably explains why the Industrial and Technical Education programs had only been in the College of Biology and Agriculture for 3 years. Prior to 1954 what would become the college of Biology and Agriculture had along with what would become the College of Family Living, which in turn was a predecessor of the College of Family, Home and Social Sciences been the college of Applied Science. Under this name the inclusion of technical education programs had made sense. The specific origins of the College of Engineering Sciences was the Mechanical Arts department. This was organized as a separate department in 1921, although the first teacher at BYU to give classes in subjects related to this department had been Karl G. Maeser (in many ways the intellectual father of BYU). In 1951 the department was renamed from Mechanical Arts to Industrial Arts. In 1952 it was renamed to Industrial Arts and Drawing. It was in 1955 that the department was divided into the Industrial Education Department with the focus on training teachers to either teach at technical and industrial schools or to teach vocational education, popularly known as "shop", classes in high schools or junior high school on the one hand, and the Technical and Professional Institute which in many ways functioned as a two-year technical college within the four-year university. This Technical and Professional institute offered classes in various fields such as printing and physical plant administration that would prepare students for jobs in these fields. The institute also included such programs as the associate degree in nursing program which was at this point kept separate from the College of Nursing because the ability of the College of Nursing to receive full accreditation would have been undermined if it had included an associate degree program. In 1972 when the new College of Engineering and Technology was formed, some programs that had been in the old College of Industrial and Technical Education were not included in the new college. Among these was the associate degree in nursing program which was moved to the College of Nursing, both due to a decision to make it easier to move from the associates to bachelors in nursing programs and in part because of changing attitudes by the accrediting bodies on nursing education that made it possible to now offer both associates and bachelors level nursing programs under the same general heading.