Too bad.CEO’s say whatever they feel. No facts, proof or references. Just words. Curious, I tried the other 2 languages and it was the same way for each one(from what I can tell). Awesome attention to detail.10/10 $30Looked great, better than anything I seen at my local tackle shop, but they were the size of my pinkie nail. Maybe for catching guppies?3/10 $5Decorative hanging cascading cloth baskets:I received only a single cloth bag and a wooden dowel.
2 weeks later, I got a notification on my phone saying they were delivered. I went home as fast as possible and opened them the second I saw the box. Right in front of me was a Ray bans box. Another issue I have a problem with is photographing minors without parental consent. This should be outlawed! Where do they get off?? Paparazzi must be stopped, as well as those taking anonymous photos of children for the purpose of child porn with the aid of Phototshop. I even find many of the tv commercials disturbing too! Just yesterday I watched a huggies ad and the camera zoomed in on the toddler crotch as he put on his pull ups.
Of the 261 men killed by the explosion in the Dennis Section of the mine, at 2 am on Saturday 22 September 1934, only 11 bodies were recovered. All had died from poisoning by carbon monoxide, a gas known to miners as afterdamp, which is formed following an explosion of firedamp. Three members of a rescue brigade died from the same cause later that day as they tried to find survivors.
SubscriptionsGo to the Subscriptions Centre to manage your:My ProfileWhile cleaning out my inbox today, I came across Merrill Lynch’s annual wireless matrix, a measure of cellphone revenues, prices and other statistics from around the world. Although the survey, which has near Bible status in the wireless industry, was released in June, it’s particularly pertinent given the report released today by Canada’s biggest ISPs about how the country’s broadband service is world class by every measure. [UPDATE, Nov.
I was progressing well until 4 months after surgery one of my bars was starting to flip. They had to go back in a fix it putting me back to the beginning of the recovery process once again. It wasn as bad going through it the second time because my chest was already used to it.
It raises some interesting dilemmas for us though: without Radio 1’s 10 million plus audience Newsbeat wouldn’t exist. But what happens when the station itself IS the news? Does this cramp our journalistic vigour or make us feel we shouldn’t take on “the mother ship”? I don’t think it does nor should it ever do so. If we argue that our job is to report the news without fair or favour for other organisations, why should Radio 1 be exempt from that rule? I think pulling our punches would be failing our listeners Radio 1’s listeners.