I’m glad we did, because it triggered a fascinating debate among our audience with no clear consensus, beyond a feeling that Emily’s use of the word was ill judged. Some felt Channel 4 over reacted because of the previous furore over Shilpa Shetty and Jade; others said it was all good publicity for the show. Some thought that Emily was being scapegoated, while others said that she was a racist.
The better approach takes a few more words. About It the word that some advocates favor. But as the AP notes, has a flavor of euphemism.” It not always accurate either. The chinese makers didn hide the fact that they were reps by making sure the color schemes don exactly match the originals (like using a violet trim instead of blue). Some model numbers of TF there are cheap replicas (injected glossy plastic frames with a horizontal “T” hinge) while others may be authentic TF imports at full MSRP coveted by native chinese that I actually found cheaper as optician overstock out of europe.I almost bought a good looking china TF knockoff, but the $25 price made it so obvious that I was afraid Bhiner would nix my order as being “unlicensed materials” so I left that TF out of my cart. This is why i suspect the starck eyes frames i getting are not typical reps, because the price in china would imply authentic quality outsourced manufacture but without the crazy licensed designer markup from european assembly and distribution i know for certain by end of may.
Meet Diane. She’s a classic multitasker, zipping through the grocery store, steering her wire basket with one hand while she clutches her iPhone with the other. She’s nailing down details for the church fundraiser, which she instantly tweets into cyberspace as she slips her credit card through the self checkout machine.
On average, they estimate a loss of 14 cents a share, and essentially flat revenue growth from a year earlier.Of course, in a strange way no news is good news when it comes to Nortel. It doesn’t do much for the stock price, though. It’s down about 45 per cent this year already and that’s after the share value was cut in half last year.If you don’t already have one, you’ve probably seen them glowing from the dashboards of passing cars: GPS naviation devices.
I don’t think they’re available to the public I only got to see them because I was making a radio programme about the escape. But I suppose you could ring up Bridgend Council who own them and see what they’ve got to say. I think they should be available for people to see..