Natsumi Hayashi flies out of a ticket gate in a "Today's Levitation" photo. (Provided by Natsumi Hayashi/ (C) Natsumi Hayashi, courtesy of MEM)
Acquaintance with truth must come suddenly, like a blaze kindled by a leaping spark.
MIAMI — The Merry Widows, as they call themselves, were blinged out, Florida-style, to celebrate Elayne Weisburd’s 79th birthday at a sprawling community for seniors. Mylar balloons levitated above their table, and sparklers twinkled from a cake.
By ARIEL KAMINER
Part art installation, part adventure ride, part spiritual journey, “The Ascent” claims to let users harness their brains’ own electrical impulses to levitate themselves.
Bling bling is a word rappers sometimes use for "jewelry," derived from the sound of jewelry knocking against jewelry, as often seen worn by rappers. [Orig. Black US] By extension, bling bling can also refer to obvious and appealing wealth.
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Calder’s favored materials were wire, sheet metal and wood, which he bent, cut and carved into attenuated, levitating forms that banished sculpture’s ages-old weight and bulk.
having way to mch bling bling and ending up looking like mr t
hes totaly blinged out he looks like a moron!
intr. & tr.v., -tat·ed, -tat·ing, -tates.
To rise or cause to rise into the air and float in apparent defiance of gravity.