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In the current ultra-managed, publicist-controlled, sound-byte-driven media atmosphere, you don’t get to hear stars really speaking their minds anymore — at least, not about anything fun, like how they really feel about their fellow stars.
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Dec 07, 2018 · Startups news from the , including the latest news, articles, quotes, blog posts, photos, video and more.
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The things that (heartens me? squicks me out? makes me unable to think straight?) is that Trump hammers away with pure insanity at things that make his appeal more narrow and unappealing: His vendetta against the "Mexican" judge, the heat in the hotel room, and …
The New ’10s / Useful Notes – TV Tropes
The pop culture of this decade has been a product of both the Iraq War and the Great Recession. Escapism returned to the media spotlight, with superheroes, music, fantasy and new talents taking over the place of the sardonic comedies (i.e., The Office (US)), Reality TV shows and Police Procedurals that dominated the previous decade. Even movies of The ’90s and 2000s have received "shiny
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At every turn when there has been an imbalance of power, the truth questioned, or our beliefs and values distorted, the change required to restore our nation has always come from the bottom …
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Congratulations Katherine Maloney Perhach who was the chair of Quarles & Brady’s Financial Institutions Litigation Practice Group and a leader of the firm’s Financial Services Industry Team.
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The Third Circuit has posted this announcement on its website:. Wednesday, December 5, 2018 – National Day of Mourning. The United States Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit will observe the National Day of Mourning on Wednesday, December 5, 2018.
In March, Chris C. was disqualified from driving for Uber. The reason? Two criminal convictions had been found in his most recent background check.