And coming in at number eight just after the Nintendo Wii was the iPhone.Not bad for a product that isn’t here yet.Posted: 2007/10/11 at 10:06 PMActually, although the concept of Holt Renfrew carrying the iPhone was somewhat ridiculous, the idea of a $799 price would not have been unreasonable if Apple were to actually sell the iPhone unlocked since unlocked cell phones have traditionally carried a higher price due to the lack of any carrier subsidies (although AT doesn’t subsidize the iPhone directly, they do pay Apple a percentage of the iPhone service plans, which is an indirect subsidy).Of course, in light of the rumour that Apple isn’t even talking to French telecom providers due to the laws requiring an unlocked version be available, it’s unlikely that they’d actually consider such an approach.Universe hates Higgs boson, Chicago CubsBy John Bowman, CBCNews. A physicist working on the Large Hadron Collider doesn’t think much of the theory that the universe is sabotaging the project to prevent the discovery of the Higgs boson. Might as well say that Nature hates.
Cynthia, in agreement with your comment, be aware that the the rod scripture has been utterly MISINTERPRETED for centuries. The biblical is a shepherd rod, which is straight and is extended to the sides of the sheep in order to keep them on the path, straight and narrow like a guard rail on the freeway. It may also be used to fight off attacking animals or thieves..
I am a young Mexican practicing Catholic. I don hate gay people, I am very close to a gay person and he is a good guy. But I don think gay marriage should be legal, because I think the family is the basic social unit and a family is one man and one woman.
Walking to the stadium from the parking lot there were a lot of insults a lot of yelling far more than usual, intimidating but not over the line. At a certain point it got very dicey, people started throwing stuff at us, including a unopened can of beer that narrowly missed my head. Once in the stadium the row of Eagles fans behind us were rowdy; it just started just as insults and progressed to them dumping beer on us and throwing trash on us.
BBC Review There’s no getting round it: Shearwater’s latest is a profoundly beautiful record.James Skinner 2010Buoyed by Jonathan Meiburg tremulous vocals and constantly in thrall to the natural world, Shearwater music is a rich, suggestive thing. Probing appreciation of our environment has manifested itself across their discography; most recently on 2008 excellent Rook, which masterfully evoked all manner of avian concerns (principally, that of flight itself). The Golden Archipelago is the third in a loose trilogy also comprising 2006 Palo Santo, and finds Meiburg broadly contemplating life on remote islands, many of which he actually visited.Numerous acts have plied similar waters in recent years (fine offerings from Bowerbirds, Midlake and Andrew Bird spring to mind), but with The Golden Archipelago, Shearwater really go for broke a limited run of Meiburg assembled were even made available, illuminating its central themes via his studies.