I survived my Seder. Now I just need to burn off the meal and hope the rain doesn’t mess with my flight. Today’s headlines include a look at Turner Broadcasting as it begins an executive overhaul. I do think there is a difference between scientific reasoning and just being dismissive. I’m all for debunking but internet diagnosing someone as a sleepwalker, as a relevant example, is not groundbreaking or helpful. Just phrasing things a little more kindly might help to spark a useful discussion versus downvotes.
I was not taken seriously at Emerg. Finally saw my family doctor who is awesome and she swabbed it, got me an ultrasound and just generally listened to me. Turns out it had some nasty stuff starting to grow in there and I was on some potent antibiotics for awhile.
My hands and fingers sweat like crazy. The only way to not have to restring my guitar every week is using coated strings. I prefer Elixir nano web. Here Roosevelt would be poised to mobilize hundreds of thousands of unemployed and desperate men by decree, apparently to guard banks or put down rebellions or do anything else he wished during “any phase” of the crisis, with the insistence that they were dutybound to obey his concocted “command.”That word “dictator” had been in the air for weeks, endorsed vaguely as a remedy for the Depression by establishment figures ranging from the owners of the New York Daily News, the nation’s largest circulation newspaper, to Walter Lippmann, the eminent columnist who spoke for the American political elite. “The situation is critical, Franklin. You may have no alternative but to assume dictatorial powers,” Lippmann had told FDR during a visit to Warm Springs on February 1, before the crisis escalated.
Having modelled for Ralph Lauren during her teens, Hope Hicksstill subscribes wholeheartedly to the ultra groomed, All American style. Her everywoman way of dressingcomprises the classic ‘power arm’ shift dress in pretty prints or bright block colours. “Dressesare easiest for me, especially on the road,” Hicks said in a blog post on Ivanka Trump’s website in2015 when she was working at the Trump Organisation.
6. “This is a risk,” says, um, I don’t really know his name. The guy who looks like Draco Malfoy. A day later he uploaded an apologetic post claiming it was delivered in a fit of intoxication and rage and he did not mean what he said. But the damage was done. The man lost his job and on return to India has been placed under arrest..