Chicagoan Francesca Folinazzo (Frank) founded Roots Music Rambler as a music and travel blog in a pre-pandemic world. COVID killed events and travel plus her desire to play her banjo. Falls texted her in 2023 and said, 'Let's bring it back as a podcast!' He was raised on John Prine, babysat on Waylon Jennings and taught to drink and cuss the proper, mountain way. He hails from Pikeville, Ky., the birthplace of Dwight Yoakum, whose annual festival is Hillbilly Days.

The Body Part You Wash First Reveals Your Personality

Early morning routines often begin with bathing for most people. However, the way we bathe is never the same. We might not have noticed, but there is a tendency in all of us to start the bathing with a certain body part. Subconsciously, the decision is made by our body and it tells a lot about our personality. For example, if your head or hair is the part of your body you wash first in the shower, you are a person who likes discipline and order.

At Bright Side, we put together observations on the body parts we wash first while bathing and related them to the function of our minds.

TIMESTAMPS:
If you wash your face first 0:42
If you wash your arms or legs first 1:16
If you wash your privates first 1:56
If you wash your chest first 2:25
If you wash your hair first 2:51
If you wash your shoulders and neck first 3:22
If you wash your back first 3:47

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SUMMARY:
– If you wash your face first, you are basically tending to all the 5 senses — smell, sight, taste, touch, and hearing. It means you are very concerned about how you are perceived.
– If you are among those who pay attention to their feet first, you can call yourself a humble and down to earth person. However, you have no fear of expressing your choices.
– If you wash your private parts first, you are probably a very shy person. You can call yourself an introvert, or the one with low self-esteem. You are not given much attention in social groups, however, those who know you closely will say you’re the most genuine person on earth.
– If you have noticed yourself scrubbing your chest first while bathing, you are in all probabilities confident and comfortable in your own skin. You are practical and very straightforward.
– If your head or hair is the part of your body you wash first in the shower, you are a person who likes discipline and order.
– The most hardworking people often wash their neck and shoulder area first. Shoulders denote burden and you always want to get rid of the burden of achieving everything with perfection.
– Your back reflects your consciousness. The back involves your spine and your nervous system that plays a big role in the functioning of your brain. Washing your back first says a lot about your reserved nature.

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THE VICTIM – Film COMPLET en français

En jouant les rôles de victimes sur les reconstitutions de scènes de crime, une jeune actrice commence à se faire connaître et participe à toutes les enquêtes policières. L’une de ses reconstitutions ne se passe pas tout à fait comme prévu et la jeune femme commence à entendre des voix et distinguer des personnes… Petit à petit, elle perd le contrôle, mettant sa vie en danger.

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How to Survive Being Lost at Sea

How to Survive Natural Disasters. No one in the world is 100% safe from natural disasters, and you should know exactly how to save your own life and help others in case you find yourself in a critical situation. Pay attention to the right course of action that will help you to survive and assist those around you. Here are some recommendations about what to do and what not to do in critical situations.

How to survive an earthquake 2:11
If an earthquake finds you inside, fall to the floor and use anything nearby that is sturdy and strong: a desk, a bed, or a table as a cover. If there’s nothing nearby, crouch in an inside corner of the building. Protect your head with your arms. DO NOT go outside. You’re safer inside the building. DO NOT hide under doorways. It’s not safe. Stay inside until you feel the shaking stop. If you are outdoors, stay clear of buildings, utility wires, streetlights, and other objects that may fall. If you’re driving, stop the car immediately, but don’t leave it. If you are trapped under debris, don’t panic, and don’t try to get out on your own. Wait for help.

How to survive a tornado 5:28
If you’re inside when tornado hits, immediately stop whatever you are doing. Find a shelter. If you can’t reach an underground shelter, go down to the basement. If you can’t get underground, find a room without windows. It should be the closest to the center of the house and on the lowest floor available. Wherever you are, lie down or crouch on the ground with your face turned down. Cover your head with your arms.

How to survive a tsunami 7:34
The first thing you need to do in case of tsunami is move as far away from the shore as possible. Find higher ground. It’s best if you can get as high up as 100 ft above sea level. If you live in an area that can be affected by a tsunami, plan an evacuation route. This will help you in a critical situation.

How to survive a hurricane 8:20
When you hear an announcement about an approaching hurricane, follow the instructions from the authorities. When the hurricane approaches, stay clear of glass doors and windows. Whatever the reason, DO NOT go outside. Even if you think that the hurricane has passed, stay inside until the authorities confirm that it’s safe to leave buildings. After the hurricane is over, DO NOT drink tap water. It may be contaminated with bacteria.

TIMESTAMPS
Rip current 0:52
Earthquake 2:11
Tornado 5:28
Tsunami 7:34
Hurricane 8:20

SUMMARY
-Your primary goal is to get back to calm waters. You should NOT try to swim against a rip current. Try to stay calm and persuade yourself that you have the situation under control.
-If you’re inside, fall to the floor and find cover. Stay away from windows, glass objects, outside walls and doors. If an earthquake gets you outside, stay clear of buildings, utility wires, streetlights, and other objects that may fall.
-When a tornado hits, find a shelter immediately. If you can’t get underground, find a room without windows. If you’re driving when you hear a tornado warning, try to get to the nearest building as quickly as you can.
-In case of tsunami, move as far away from the shore as possible. Find higher ground. Don’t use tall buildings and high trees to seek shelter from a tsunami.
-As soon as you hear a hurricane warning, fill all containers in your home (including bathtubs) with water. When the hurricane approaches, stay clear of glass doors and windows.

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10 Tips That Could Save Your Life One Day

Going one on one with nature is not the only situation you need survival tips for. In fact, big city life is also full of surprises and danger. Here’s 10 of the best advice to help make sure you don’t panic in dangerous situations. It’s a good idea to know what to do when the situation demands it in order to avoid misfortune. We hope you will never get in trouble, but in case that happens, you will know what to do.

TIMESTAMPS
Don’t be afraid to be rude 0:59
Show the taxi driver someone knows you got in his car 1:41
Don’t underestimate ixodid ticks 2:35
If a person says they won’t touch you, be on your guard 3:47
Keep the money for an emergency 4:37
Avoid the crowd effect 5:29
Mark your way to safety 6:09
What if you can’t open the window of a sinking car 6:48
Remember the simple safety rule for staircases 7:36
Use keys for self-defense properly 8:19

SUMMARY
– You should always be bold enough to refuse spending time with people who seem strange. If you’re afraid to be alone in the elevator with your neighbor and feel that something’s not right, don’t ignore your instincts just to avoid offending someone.
– Before getting into a taxi, write down its number. If the taxi driver seems to be acting strangely, phone someone you know (it can be anyone, really), or simply pretend that you’re making a phone call. During the conversation tell them the taxi’s number.
– Remember that ticks can latch onto you even in an ordinary park, so always be careful. You can use some bug spray to protect yourself. If it happened, and the tick burrowed into your skin, you can try to remove it. Try to grab it with some tweezers close to the head, and very carefully prize it out. Do not try to do it with your fingers – you won’t be able to grip it tight enough.
– If someone says, seemingly out of nowhere, that they don’t intend to touch you, this should raise the suspicion that they want to do precisely that. Statements of this kind should always set alarm bells ringing in your head. Just think of it – if you are a nice friendly person why would you even think about hurting anyone?
– It’s a great idea to hide some money inside your phone case. There’s always a chance that you’ll urgently need some cash (for example, to pay a taxi driver). Having some emergency money might just save you if your wallet/purse or bag gets stolen or lost.
– If you or someone you’re with suddenly feels unwell in a public place, don’t ask everyone around you for help all at once. Instead, find the nearest individual, and ask them specifically.
– Even if you feel totally safe at a stadium or a cinema, and believe nothing can go wrong at a huge mall, it is better to be safe than sure. So, the second you get in, take a look around and mark your way to safety in your mind.
– You should always have something heavy inside the car that can be used to break the window if necessary. A steering wheel lock, fire extinguisher, or any other heavy object would be suitable for this. Some people believe the best thing you can use is the headrests.
– Over 1 million injuries happen because of stairway falls every year, to be precise. So, never put your hands in your pockets when climbing or descending a staircase so that you can easily catch the handrail if you slip.
– It’s much more effective to hold your keys as you would a knife or clutch them in your fist. This way, you won’t have to look for your keys, and it will be easier to defend yourself. See, not everyone knows how to work a knuckle-duster, but you most definitely know how to hold and use a knife.

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