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Find a surface with repeating lines, like a tiled floor. Hold the sunglasses a short distance away from your face and cover one eye. Look through one of the lenses at the lines while moving the sunglasses slowly from left to right and then up and down.
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The problem with the civil rights movement is that that was an extremely large and organised movement. The same can be said, I think, about the equal marriage issue in America, but I not sure. In essence, if our desires require that large of a movement, then political progress will only happen after some catalyst with a critical mass of followers.
But I worry that like most games with serious money lessons this one may demand too much from casual players. They must tough through some big numbers and calculations and a fair amount of pop up written instruction. The play itself should be more intuitive.
Each team has a designated side of the field for the entire first half of the game. Teams switch sides for the second half of the game. Their designated side is the side in which they play defense. Therefore many people supported their most local team, whereas now in the 21st century teams such as Manchester United enjoy great support from a large fan base in continents such as Asia, largely due to the availability of the near global, premier league coverage via television and internet. This has led to increased sales of club merchandise which has further drove the development of club facilities and contributes towards attracting better and more expensive players.This is an obvious benefit to the club and the sport, they have been able to expand their reach, reputation and fan base. However not all effects of the media are positive ones and there are some issues it raises.