Showing posts from August, 2021


 August is the time for back-to-school prep, embarking on summer travel, and getting together with friends and family for cooking out, hanging out, or a bit of gaming. Even as Americans take extra precautions over a potential resurgence in the coronavirus, leisure travel remains way up this summer compared to last, and nearly at traditional levels in many areas. All that moving about-whether it's back to school , between home, the dorm, or the office, to a summer travel destination, or simply to a friend's house for a night of videogaming-means students and gamers need a reliable way to organize, transport, and safeguard their mobile electronics and accessories. They can count on Mobile Edge for the right protective laptop case, gaming backpack, travel tote, or messenger bag to fit their gear, their fashion preferences, and their lifestyles. People are eager to get back to a sense of normalcy , whether that's taking a summer vacation, doing a bit of travel, gaming with


 It could be argued that earlobe stretching has been in fashion f or millennia since it has been common in many civilizations for thousands of years. Some don't just leave it there, and have made stretching of lips and even the fleshy parts of nose into an art form. However, in Western civilization today, it is the next logical step after tragus and other forms of cartilage piercing have become commonplace. In earlobe stretching, or earlobe gauging as it is technically known, the original ear piercing is allowed to fully heal while remaining open, and then increased in diameter, or gauge, in small increments, each step being permitted to heal before continuing with the next. The 'gauge' reference begins at the highest figure, 20g, for the smallest size hole, 0.8 mm and goes all the way down to 00g, or 9 - 10 mm. So as the diameter of the piercing increases, the gauge drops, and after 00g any further increase is expressed in the diameter of the pin, the step after 00g bei