Since reactivating his Twitter account last week, West has tweeted 190 times (and counting), in the stream of consciousness-style that is Twitter at its purest, by which I mostly mean bad. So quick to label him as having mental health issues for just being himself when he has always been expressive is not fair— Kim Kardashian West (@Kim Kardashian) April 25, 2018Yesterday it was announced that Kanye had parted ways with some business people and media outlets made this about Kanye’s mental health. So I’m glad he tweeted about the state of his company and all of the exciting things happening— Kim Kardashian West (@Kim Kardashian) April 25, 2018He’s a free thinker, is that not allowed in America? Over the weekend, reports began to brew — like the best tea does — about West's wellbeing: that he had fired all his management (this has since been confirmed), that he'd been exhibiting "erratic behavior" concerning to his friends (this has since been denied), and that he'd even been feuding with HBIC Kris Jenner (this has since also been denied, by Kris herself). your commentary on Kanye being erratic & his tweets being disturbing is actually scary.
But she wasn't joking around when Kanye circled back to politics again on Wednesday afternoon, with these tweets — messages that, again, spoke of a rapport with his fellow "dragon energy" dude Trump, and his support thereof (though he couched this by also throwing Hillary Clinton love too): Free thinkers don't fear retaliation for your thoughts.
The traditional thinkers are only using thoughts and words but they are in a mental prison.
Almost as soon as you enter, the old-world charm of Umrao Jaan and Pakeezah surrounds you. Small shops sell Chikankari on fabrics like muslin, silk, chiffon and organza, as well as handbags, curtains and bedsheets.
The Lucknow Chikan Emporium at Akbari Gate and Pragati Chikan Kendra are old favourites. The century-old shop makes its galauti kebabs with 160 spices.
Built with shanty scaffolding in Anjuna, this seasonal market still functions in much the same way today.
There’s junk jewellery, bohemian clothes, spices, trance music, tobacco and odd bits and bobs. Arpora Saturday Night Market, Goa More a tourist destination than a market for locals, this is a hub for food, drink, dance and music.But don’t pass over a visit to Swati Snacks at the end of the lane.Absolutely unmissable there: satpadi roti with gatta nu shak (masala roti with besan curry), handvo (a kind of stuffed potato cake) and panki chatni (rice pancakes served in banana leaf).With distinct sections for meat and fish, household items, fruits, vegetables and spices, it is a great place to shop for things when you know exactly what you want.Frequented by locals, it is also a site for tourists to buy cashew nuts, port wine (outside the main market area) and other souvenirs. Chowk Market, Lucknow The vibe: The market begins at the majestic Rumi Darwaza, built in 1784.Curiosity shop: Chowk Market is famous for its thandai, with or without a hint of the “green leaves of happiness” (bhang).