So many people underestimate the role fabric plays in their lives. Sure, we all put on clothes every day, many of us without a second thought. But have you ever stopped to think how many important moments and everyday experiences in your life are associated with some form of fabric? From your childhood blanket to your wedding dress, and your favorite worn out jeans, fabric plays a major role not only in how we live but also how we feel.
4 points submitted 6 days agoAhh disheartening news once more. Look, I might be leaning Mourinho out, especially after games like the one yesterday get my blood boiling. HOWEVER, I do still want to see Mourinho finish the season, at this point it not like we can sign a new player, so switching the manager and turning everything upside down right at the start of the season seems like a bad move.
Fox wasn’t meant to play Marty McFly after all.According to director Robert Zemeckis, Eric Stoltz was originally cast in the role until the producers realized he wasn’t nearly funny enough to pull off McFly’s golden pratfalls. Stoltz’s past with Future isn’t exactly news BTTF fans have known the fact for years. But now we’ve got actual footage of it.Zemeckis shot many of the film’s major scenes with Stoltz, but as these high quality clips show, Stoltz could never be as goofball cool as Fox.
I personally didnt do that and didnt encourage it in my team. We had a booking fee and thats all that we would add, and it would be completely transparent. There are great aspects to the company though. UPDATE: According to reports on the president remarks to House leaders, Mr. Trump made the political pressure case. Of you came in on the pledge to repeal and replace Obamacare.
Guess the Obamas aren’t the only ones who’ve had a whirlwind week.On her blog, Johnson provides a clear account of the entire debacle, starting from when she received the tickets in April and touching on her four RSVPs, waiting in line for five hours only to see a mere 21 of the 250 ticket holders allowed entry, then witnessing history “alone in an empty bar on 11th Avenue, sucking on a can of Bud Light, feeling completely emotionally empty.”Her complaints gathered momentum after left leaning, star making (and frequently annoying) news blog HuffPo republished her rant. The next morning Johnson woke up to discover that media blog Gawker had characterized her as an “obsessive” fangirl in a post set up as a head shaking tsk tsk toward the Daily Show’s staff. To wit:Seriously, though, why do shows treat their live studio audiences so almost sadistically poorly like this? Don’t they know the fans who show up for these tapings are INSANE and already have impossibly high expectations and told 200 of their closest friends, in advance, about how awesome everything was going to be, thus guaranteeing they will curse your name endlessly online if they ever get locked out?Despite being a big fan of irony, snickering and Gawker, I have to agree with Johnson (who fired back at the snark patrol in her blog): it feels like she’s being punished for being passionate.