Will be interested to see what symbol for solidarity with John Lewis looks like ...maybe we at home could wear one?
I had breast cancer last year, and I beat the cancer. My question is, do you have any promotions. I have had implants and they are fine. I also have scars across my breast and I'm so self conscious. Can you please help me?
Ever since the surprise success of the Fox TV show Glee audiences have been exposed to the world of choirs, high school show choirs, and the world of a capella. The film Pitch Perfect deals with the latter of the three.
Pitch Perfect stars Anna Kendrick as Beca, an incoming freshman at Barden College who is forced to go to college by her father who just happens to be a professor there. To know about Pitch Perfect 3 Release Date just take a look and you get all the information you need.
Great article!! Big B, one of the dogs that graduated at the first ceremony, is doing great. We've really bonded well together. He's settled into my life like he's always been here, and yet he's changed it drastically. He saves my life on a daily basis. I can't say enough good things about EENP or the ABLE trainers.
-Amanda Weekley, graduated among the first group with EENP
I can only imagine how tiring this trip would be, but what an adventure and novel book tour! Rock on!
Susie from Indianapolis.
Also, don't miss Illogicon this weekend http://illogicon.org/ - it's another great fan event!
I'm excited for http://raleighsupercon.com, but i mean I'm always excited for NC Comicon too lol! no reason to pick one, go to them all =D!
"Powell has another idea. "I really wish Wake would experiment with taking officers out of the school and evaluate the same kind of data with officers out of schools," he says. "I think we might see a reduction in arrests and out-of-school suspensions. "
Yep and there would be an increase in 911 calls. It's very easy to say remove this, take this out and don't do this when you are not walking the halls with up to 3000 kids a day. And having 1 SRO on a campus the size of the high schools in Wake is a blessing. There's a lot of stuff these advocates and supporters don't see but want to rule on.
Re: "... women in the state already make less on average than their male counterparts...."
Most women's advocates seem to believe employers are fiercely determined to pay women less than men for the same work.
Yet they also seem to think employers' prime modus operandi is greed. ("Corporate greed" is perhaps one of the Left's most salient rallying calls.) Thus they no doubt believe employers would hire only illegal immigrants for their lower labor cost if they could get away with it (many do get away with it), or would move their business to a cheap-labor country to save money, or would replace old workers with young ones for the same reason.
So why do these same feminist activists and women's advocates think employers would NOT hire only women if, as they say, employers DO get away with paying females at a lower rate than males for the same work?
Many of America's most sophisticated women choose to earn less than their male counterparts:
"Female physicians worked about 5 hours fewer per week than their male counterparts through age 54...." https://www.aamc.org/download/426242/data/ihsreportdownload.pdf?cm_mmc=AAMC-_-ScientificAffairs-_-PDF-_-ihsreport
In 2011, 22% of male physicians and 44% of female physicians worked less than full time, up from 7% of men and 29% of women from Cejkas 2005 survey. ama-assn.org/amednews/2012/03/26/bil10326.htm
"...[O]nly 35 percent of women who have earned MBAs after getting a bachelors degree from a top school are working full time." It "is not surprising that women are not showing up more often in corporations top ranks." http://malemattersusa.wordpress.com/2014/04/25/why-women-are-leaving-the-workforce-in-record-numbers/
"Compared to men, women view professional advancement as equally attainable, but less desirable" http://www.pnas.org/content/early/2015/09/15/1502567112.full.pdf
"Salary Secrecy Discrimination Against Women?" http://malemattersusa.wordpress.com/2014/10/27/salary-secrecy-discrimination-against-women/
"Furthermore, laws that mandate special workplace benefits to pregnant women are sexist towards men and biased against single people.."
No, these benefits would apply to any pregnant person, even if they were single of a man. Your premise is nonsensical. Covering a medical condition that only occurs in a limited number of the population is in no way discriminatory against those who do have to deal with that condition.
The word "appropriation" in this article is used in a negative sense, leading one to think that singers such as Elvis Presley were stealing music they performed. This reminded me of a youtube video playing Big Mama Thornton's "Hound Dog" back to back with Elvis' version and stating that "Elvis stoled the song." Actually the song writers, Leiber and Stoller, made much more money from Elvis' version than they did from Big Mama's.
If anything, Elvis' versions of songs from earlier records made many more music buyers aware of artists like Big Mama -- and, for example, Arthur Crudup, Roy Brown and Junior Parker -- I bought records by all of these great artists because Elvis' recordings brought those artists to my attention. Otherwise, it's likely that I would never have heard of them.
I'm sure that it wasn't intentional, but if there's any stealing going on, it's by Indy columnist Allison Hussey who didn't think about the implications of her indicating that her "guitar teacher Max Drake" gave her "a CD-R of Thornton's 'Hound Dog: The Peacock Recordings.' " Burning a CD-R actually eliminates any chance a recording artist (estate or owner) has of collecting any artist royalties from their work.
When introduced to other artists like "Memphis Minnie and other lesser-sung heroes," hopefully that wasn't via "artist royalty free" CD-R's as well.
Well there's a reason for this. Per the GAO, women work fewer and more flexible hours, doing less quantitative and mathematical work, and work in far safer jobs. They also are more likely to take time off for personal business.
Furthermore, laws that mandate special workplace benefits to pregnant women are sexist towards men and biased against single people.
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Just to clarify, basically the only people currently eligible for Medicaid in North Carolina are pregnant women, families with minor children, and individuals who are 65 and over, blind or found (by some very stringent criteria) to be disabled. In addition, the applicant must meet the income guidelines you refer to.
So if you're a person under 65 who is not disabled and doesn't have children, pretty much the only Medicaid coverage you can get is for birth control, even if you meet the income guidelines.
Forget voter fraud as the problem; what is the point of voting at all with judges and legislators in the way of fair, equitable districts?
Yolanda Stith could not be less qualified for this position. What a blatant political giveaway.
I personally am remarkably intrigued to see this production but since I can't drive myself to it I will sadly most likely miss out
Heh. His peers refer to him as "void"
It will be interesting to see where the "protest" theme goes. Will they be collaborating with local protest groups like Durham in Defiance, Beyond Policing, or SURJ, to see what progress could be made on issues that are important to local activists? Or defining "protest" in a different way to avoid engaging with controversial issues?
I dont know what why all the complaints about the ending. Its not horrible and its the most obvious ending - but it would have been much better and more interesting if Sean's suggestions were followed about their children and screen shots from their life.
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