Six Things We Learned About Broadway Hottie Aaron Tveit Today

Posted on January 18, 2021Categories tfznktszTags , , , , , , , , , , ,   Leave a comment on Six Things We Learned About Broadway Hottie Aaron Tveit Today

first_img 2. He has more than one shower song It’s not just “Thong Song.” It totally depends on the day. “Some days I’m screaming Bruno Mars out. Other days I’m rapping in there. Other days I’m singing old Frank Sinatra or Rat Pack songs.” Hmm…do you take requests? View Comments We’re a day late on #ManCrushMonday, but do we really need an excuse to talk about Aaron Tveit? The Graceland star recently chatted with Harper’s Bazaar about the hit USA series, his Broadway career, lady friends and much more. Here are six things we learned today about the stage and screen fave: Aaron Tveit 6. He can apparently travel through time “I’m really looking forward to Holler If Ya Hear Me and After Midnight.” Ummm, we have some bad news for you. We’ll give you the benefit of the doubt and assume you said that before this and this happened. Either way, you should read Broadway.com more, Aaron! 1. He’s a good shot “I can actually shoot a gun pretty well,” Tveit said. Which is a good thing, since he plays a badass FBI agent on Graceland. Of course, he worked with bona fide law enforcement pros to make sure he was handling that firearm just right.center_img 4. He’s ready to mingle “I’m single and dating and looking to find a very nice girl,” Tveit revealed. Quick, Tveitertots, study up! 3. He has a favorite kisser And unless you’re Blake Lively, it’s not you. Sorry. “I was pretty lucky to get to kiss Blake [on Gossip Girl] that often,” he said. “My friends were like, ‘are you kidding me?’” Star Files 5. He’s a total bookworm “I’m a huge Game of Thrones fan,” he said. “Though I’m more of the book snob. I’ve actually read all five books twice.” So, it’s safe to say you know more than Jon Snow?last_img read more

BSN sets national standard for cloth masks

Posted on October 19, 2020Categories wdymosaeTags , , , , , , , , , , ,   Leave a comment on BSN sets national standard for cloth masks

first_imgThe National Standardization Agency (BSN) has issued the Indonesian National Standard (SNI) for cloth face masks, which requires them to have at least two layers of fabric for extra protection in filtering out respiratory droplets.”SNI 8914:2020 requires cloth masks to be made from woven and/or knit fabric from various kinds of fiber. They should also consist of at least two layers of fabric and be washable for multiple times,” BSN standard development deputy Nasrudin Irawan said on Tuesday as quoted by tempo.co.In addition, cloth masks must be packaged into plastic wrapping with product labels attached. The product labels must at least display information about the brand, the country of origin, the type of fiber of each fabric layer, the antibacterial guarantee, waterproof guarantee, “wash before use” sign, washing procedures and the type of mask. For the type of mask, the SNI categorizes cloth masks into three categories, namely Type A for common use, Type B for bacteria filtration and Type C for particle filtration.However, the standard does not apply to nonwoven cloth masks and face masks for babies.Read also: Which face mask should I wear?The issuance of the SNI for cloth masks would not necessarily overcome the health and security problems, especially during the pandemic, Nasrudin said. However, if used correctly, cloth masks can filter out droplets from coughs and sneezes carrying the virus. Regardless, “though washable and reusable, cloth masks should not be used for more than four hours because cloth masks are not as effective as surgical masks in filtering particles, viruses and bacteria,” he said.A study by Indian pharmaceutical company Varsoy Health Care showed that surgical masks had a 90 to 95 percent efficiency in filtering dust particles, viruses and bacteria. Meanwhile, cloth masks only have a 50 to 70 percent efficiency.Previously, health authorities advised the public against wearing face masks made of thin materials, such as neoprene fabric often marketed as a “scuba” mask, and multipurpose scarves, as they were often made of one-layer of fabric. The authorities argued that such masks were less effective at filtering out respiratory droplets. (trn)Topics :last_img read more

Bulldogs Boys Soccer Team Take 2 From Pirates

Posted on September 24, 2020Categories pjgcjovxTags , , , , , , , , , , ,   Leave a comment on Bulldogs Boys Soccer Team Take 2 From Pirates

first_imgThe Batesville Bulldogs Boys Soccer Team won a 1-0 battle against The Greensburg Pirtaes.The Batesville JV also posted a 4-0 victory.Courtesy of Bulldogs Coach Chris Fox.last_img