I got a job in my major right out of college, but I absolutely hated it. I have no desire or interest to return to school, and probably couldn even if I wanted to with my debt the way it currently is.I feel trapped and feel like I have to do sales. If I were just normal, I wouldn feel trapped.
Hopefully someone else can recall this better. The associate who helped me was perplexed that I only wanted the controller and not the console (got one the first time around thanks to Amazon Bookstore). Seems like the controllers are going to be much more popular this time around because you have everyone who didn get one last time trying to get them as well as any people who are still trying to pick up the console.
Measuring impartiality is less about mathematics and more about good judgement but let’s just look at the maths for a moment. In the recent European election, the BNP won more than 6% of the vote across Britain approaching a million people. In some regions it was close to 10%.
“Because nobody themselves actually sees the picture the same way. There are big picture thinkers, there are detailed thinkers. We need them all. Their midfield has so much energy and if we play two CMs against them, we’ll get swamped.In possession, Burnley went long for Wood, who would keep hold of it until their wingers and Jeff Hendrick could burst forward to support, or they build up down the left hand side with Ward and Arfield/Brady who provide a bit of quality with their passing. They only really created one chance in that game (bit like they did against Palace earlier in the season), but once they’ve gone one up they don’t really bother attacking because they know they’re solid enough to sit on it.We don’t have the individual quality to pick teams apart, so we’re crying out for some structure in the final third to compensate for it. Mobility ahead of the ball is vital otherwise we’ll end up with another insipid, disjointed, predictable performance going forward; playing Carroll alongside Hernndez offers us no variety or fluidity in attack and the lack of players interchanging positions makes us so, so easy to defend against.
It’s also a great deal of fun to use.So which Canadian city is abuzz over the iPhone? Overall, it’s Etobicoke, Ontario, says Google Trends Labs, followed by other Toronto area burgs Markham, Mississauga and Scarborough.How about those other tech toys, the consoles? According to the Google Trend Labs numbers, search terms including “Wii” or “PS3” were seen more often in searches conducted from Langley, BC than any other city in Canada, while the most intense interest in the XBox 360 comes from Barrie, Ont.And which console is driving the most interest? Check out this comparison: the Wii has been tops in 2007, except for a burp in September (the launch of Halo 3,) when the XBox 360 took the top spot.An accurate representation of our interests? Hard to say without seeing the numbers behind them. But certainly interesting enough that we’ll be spending more time seeing what makes Canadians tick.Here’s the link to the main Trends page, and one that looks at Canadian numbers.Universe hates Higgs boson, Chicago CubsBy John Bowman, CBCNews. A physicist working on the Large Hadron Collider doesn’t think much of the theory that the universe is sabotaging the project to prevent the discovery of the Higgs boson.