The report shows Americans are using energy more efficiently, and the agency projects that will continue. Despite a growing population and a growing economy, consumption is expected to be relatively flat through 2050. For decades. The Ramses colossus rested among the ruins of ancient Memphis (modern Mit Rahina), on the West Bank of the Nile some 25 miles south of Cairo for more than 130 years. In 1954, Egypt’s president Gamal Abdel Nasser ordered that the statue be brought to Cairo to celebrate the second anniversary of the 1952 Revolution, which abolished the constitutional monarchy, and to affirm Egypt’s ancient legacy. The fragments were transported by tank (the lions of the Giza Zoo were said to have roared in unison as the great pharaoh passed by) and the statue was reassembled, restored, and erected in the center of Bab Al Hadid square in front of Cairo’s main train station..

Comment number 6. At 11:49 26th Apr 2011, Bauer wrote: I am in the middle, I simply do not care. I am not going out of my way to avoid the wedding but nor am I making any plans to watch it. But there was someone who could and that happened to be the local chief of police, a guy named Bill Obanhein, who we called Officer Obie. GUTHRIE: (Singing) He said, Kid, we found your name on an envelope at the bottom of a half a ton of garbage and just wanted to know if you had any information about it?’ And I said, Yes, sir, Officer Obie, I cannot tell a lie. I put that envelope under that garbage.’Mr.

Multiple media outlets are reporting that some Pulse regulars recognized Mateen, saying that he had spent time at the nightclub before the shooting early Sunday. Officials with knowledge of the investigation.Ty Smith told the paper that Mateen would sometimes “get so drunk he was loud and belligerent.” Smith and his husband, Chris Callen, also spoke to The Canadian Post and said they had seen Mateen at Pulse multiple times. They noted that straight people patronized the club as well as gay people, and wouldn’t speculate on Mateen’s sexuality.”He couldn’t drink when he was at home around his wife, or family.

The movies most commonly associated with the Sundance Film Festival are indie darlings daring dramas like “Sex, Lies and Videotape,” moody meditations like “Garden State” and surprising comedy gems like “Little Miss Sunshine.” But Sundance is always a hub for the year’s hottest documentaries. “Hoop Dreams,” “Super Size Me” and “Man on Wire” all premiered there, after all. In fact, two of 2016’s Oscar nominated documentaries “Cartel Land” and “What Happened, Miss Simone?” were highlights at last year’s festival, while “Going Clear,” “Kurt Cobain: Montage of Heck,” “Best of Enemies” and “The Hunting Ground” also bowed this time last January..