Kehe: Jordan, this scene is for you.
Crucchiola: Douchey Jim teaching himself guitar in an empty room?
Kehe: Jim sadly playing guitar in his furniture-less apartment, yes.
Crucchiola: Don’t read me your poetry, Jim.
Kehe: Mac pays a visit.
Apparently he was in a long distance relationship with an Audrey.
Crucchiola: Jim is in an empty room because his GF just broke up with him and took everything.
Kehe: I thought he’d never found love pre-Maggie.
Crucchiola: Ex Audrey called him a “lost boy.”
Good thing Mac is offering him such a big boy job.
She wants him as her news director.
Kehe: Mac has a copy of Don Quixote.
Crucchiola: That Charlie sent her!
Cummings was released on $500,000 bail after an appearance in Manhattan federal court Monday. If convicted, he and the other defendants could get up to 30 years in prison for wire fraud.
About 75 percent of S&P 500 companies that have reported quarterly results so far have beaten Wall Street expectations, according to Thomson Reuters data.
Hanley responded that GOP Team Leader members prefer to hold their discussions offline, and see the site as a toolbox rather than a meeting place.
Columbus, with a population of 229, won the contest with 1,870 demands. The town is located on a bend in the Mississippi river in Hickman County, which is home to just under 5,000 people, according to the U.S. Census Bureau.
__Eric Janszen: __The elevator pitch is that we’ve gone through a series of asset-price inflations that started back in 1995. What really kicked the whole series off were some changes that the Feds made to the U.S. banking system to get us out of the recession that we were in during the early 1990s. That facilitated the beginnings of a growth in credit that supported the two bubbles: internet and real estate.
“I have not seen any samples of toothpaste being given out,” Shukla said. “I could have taken that for free as well.”
“Our idea with casting was that we were going to shoot the series with funny people that we love.”
Universal did not challenge Stephanie Lenz’s assertion that the video was a “fair use” of Prince’s song. After being taken down for six weeks, the video went back online last year, having now generated about half a million hits.
Traditional news outlets have endured hardships for a while now. The rise of web publishing and free content started undermining once beloved magazines and newspapers decades ago now. And those left standing are forced to experiment with new business models and sustain the whims of the social media platforms that now hold news organizations’ fate in their hands.
Microsoft has pulled a phony Mac-to-PC “switch” ad after the switcher was uncovered as a Microsoft PR rep.
Cascio: That the dirty apes have taken over. Just kidding. I think what would be most surprising is how commonplace questions about the environment and energy have become. They’ll be a much more critical part of our social and political conversation.
Zuckerberg, the company’s co-founder, said in a Facebook post the workers will be in addition to the 4,500 people who already review posts that may violate its terms of service.
Roxane Gay, whose 2014 collection of essays Bad Feminist established her as an essential literary voice, is back with a second collection, Hunger: A Memoir of (My) Body. With Bad Feminist, Gay interrogated the longstanding “perfectionism” that defines much of contemporary feminist thought, arguing for a necessary imperfection (hence the title). In Hunger, Gay offers a deeply personal collection of writing, reflecting on our culture’s relationship with food and the body. She looks at the paradox that defines consumption and food today: the obsession with eating food but the disgust for those who eat too much of it. In an age of excess and a culture obsessed with commodifying food, Hunger is a much-needed reflection on eating and the body, served up by one of today’s most important and popular thinkers.
All of the largest publishers, except for Random House, are opting for a model where the publishers set the price and Google and other retailers are simply acting as their agents. In this model, publishers and Google/retailers roughly split the price.
The Scottsdale, Arizona, company can also take credit for hosting Mawsuat.com weeks before the big game. The Islamic extremist site featured a diagram showing how to attack a motorcade, as well as a recipe for making a chemical weapon. The cost to produce the Mawsuat.com site was likely less than $100.
Yet most H-1B workers who are coming home are doing so with the idea of retraining here at a cheaper cost and returning to the States.