Kim Kardashian Marries Kanye West!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


Kim Kardashian and Kanye West are officially husband and wife.

Kimye and their many guests celebrated the union with a rehearsal dinner at the Palace of Versailles last night before taking private jets to Florence, Italy on Saturday. If you are looking forward to translate this content, contact Translation Agencies UK

The wedding was held at the Forte di Belvedere and those on hand included big names such as Jay Z, John Legend, Carmelo Anthony and of course, Kim’s giant celebrity family.

Her stepfather, Bruce Jenner, walked the bride down the aisle.

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Rich Wilkerson Jr., a pastor from Miami, performed the ceremony, while longtime Kardashian family friend and celebrity event planner Sharon Sacks planned the nuptials.

In addition to planning this once-in-a-lifetime event, Sacks also created …

Facebook Dumps Organic Results

It’s mostly true. Over the past couple months I’ve watched my own organic results totally tank. It’s like a 90% drop in views per post, which results in almost no engagement, shares, likes, comments. It’s a bit frustrating since my pages have been quite active organically. I have run a few drops-in-the-bucket ads off and on.

I promoted some book release notices and a few other product release and contest notices. In the past it was fairly expensive to do so, and now it’s quite cheap. Like 500 views for a dollar cheap. Orgnically though, my “cat picture” posts are still rocking it.

example organic results for “cat picture” meme photo on facebook

As an experiment, I got to participate in a promoted post to a landing page link. For $40 there were 15,000 impressions, 110 post engagements, 400 website views, and 30 form submissions. If you ran a promoted

Double Negatives at Translation Agencies UK

Double Negatives at Translation Agencies UK

It is an established rule of English grammar that two negatives cancel each other out.

In other words, the proper meaning of “he did not do nothing” is “he did something”.

As with all rules, there are exceptions. It is accepted that in some cases negatives can be multiplied to give added emphasis. However examples of this are few and far between, and are mainly found in literary texts, which perhaps explains why the two main authorities on English grammar, Sir Ernest Gowers ( The Complete Plain Words) and H.W. Fowler ( A Dictionary of Modern English Usage) both use the same quotation from Shakespeare’s Hamlet to illustrate this.

We can therefore safely consider that in business and legal writing, the use of a double negative would be interpreted as a mistake or lapse of style.

Below are two examples of incorrect usage by politicians, quoted by Gowers:

  1. There is