Then they meet again. The share price keeps falling as the execs continue to meet without any announcements.Then, they suddenly hold a press conference. Elon Musk walk out and up to the microphone.”Coca Cola was dying, but I saw an opportunity to grow.
OK, that title might be a wee bit incendiary. However, take a gander at the I School doosie of a reality check, and we bet that you too will be gathering your non technological possessions and heading toward a remote wooded cabin in which to live out a more simple existence, of Men style. There were doughnuts of plenty, an appropriate choice since they are essentially just the fried, frosted bastard children of the bagel.
While this moment shows that Pete has failed to grow and consider the consequences of his actions more broadly, it does show that the second season of “Bonding” has done just that. Where once the dungeon was a quirky backdrop, it is now the focal point in a show concerned with questions of sex work, consent, power and confronting past mistakes. If given the opportunity to make a third season, it is clear that there will be a lot of material to work with, from Pete’s budding comedy career to Tiff’s new managerial position..
North Shore Drive will be closed from Proudfit Street to John Nolen Drive. With the flooding all over the westside from Mondays rain we are still getting calls and assessing conditions and we have many people asking for bags. If you believe they would help and you know where to put them you are certainly encouraged to use or other means to protect your residence.
Big studio crews roam across the country and return with suburban blandness.The Big Oranging of America the reduction of nearly every setting to undifferentiated Sun Belt sprawl hit a pasteurized peak when Jan De Bont, the director of Speed (and then Twister and Speed 2) erased the graffiti from his real Los Angeles locations in order to make them look more like people’s TV bred dreams. Leaving movies like these prepares you for nothing more than a ramble down to the video arcade or the high tech burrito outlet. If they live in the center city, it’s in neighborhoods devoid of homeless people or racial tensions but full of crises that culminate in men with worried expressions running away from billowing fireballs.
Big institutions like Arkansas Children Hospital and the Jones Center for Families in Springdale have been the recipients of major gifts to fund particular initiatives in the past couple of years. Children which went public with a $160 million capital campaign last March, has since raised $41 million in cash and pledges to add to the $100 million it raised during the silent part of the campaign. The money will go to children care, research, prevention programs and education.