I want to find out what your thinking was, what your feelings are and, did you learn anything?”The insinuation is that Earl is holding Tiger to account for his much publicized philandering. As a concept, a way of addressing Tiger’s malfeasance without destroying his career, it’s pretty damn shrewd. It’s also seriously problematic.For one thing, Earl died in 2006, long before Tiger’s affairs filled the tabloids, so the set up is disingenuous.
Interrogations is an easy one. Cops lean hard on people, accusing them, using mental tricks and sophistry, using threats like, “I have evidence. Unless you admit to this crime right now, your penalty will be five years. This actually lays your own personal bias out to bear more than anything. The evidence shows that aggressive women are seen as aggressive unlike men. It also shows then women are more put off than men when they fail.
Me, a great advantage is he knows many of the players. And he knows them well, the president elect said in the clip released Saturday. Does massive deals in Russia, he does massive deals for the company. News at 10.e: This isn a pro FOX argument, but a reality check that there are significant numbers of young elements of the radical right. Significant numbers of old people watch left leaning news. And NOTHING is as clearly delineated as we would like this to be.
The problem, of course, is not that a white diner falls in love with an immigrant cuisine. Bayless, a James Beard Award winner multiple times over, has faced the question of cultural appropriation so often, he once wondered aloud if it’s a matter of reverse racism. Weekly.
Promotional Coca Cola “Coke” Bauer’s: to a comment left below I was made aware of a very special, very rare pair of Bauer’s. Coca Cola teamed up with Bauer to make a promotional pair of skates. Completely red on what looks like a Turbo 33 Boot. They definitely had a healthy amount of crowd energy to feed on, since the place was packed with tipsy revellers in a partying frame of mind. Giant screens showed animated silhouettes of happy dancers (who looked suspiciously similar to those featured in the iPod ads did Apple throw ’em in for free?), shimmying in a strobe lit frenzy as the Ting Tings blasted through repetitive explosive guitar chords and choppy beats. At times, I wondered whether they were synching their movements along with pre recorded riffs the sound was a little too lush for the rudimentary set up.