I guess I in sort of a desperate spot so I was willing to put up with it, but you gotta put your foot down. I wouldn close the door, but at some point you gotta just let it go and see what she does. If she actually interested and worth your time/effort, it work itself out.
But I must admit, Mr Burnett, that when I read your opening paragraph of this post, the first thought to enter my mind was, “Wow, BBC News winning an award from Amnesty International. There’s a surprise.” The poster above me, “A P”, is absolutely correct: Perceptions matter. Perhaps Fox News’s policy makes sense..
When sun hits PSCs in early spring, large amounts of chlorine monoxide form from the substances that contain chlorine. Fortunately, by early summer, ozone from other areas comes in to help fill this hole [source: Fahey]. But because of our CFC production, the hole returns each year.
That’s not to say I don’t understand any of the plenitude of allusions, in fact, I am able to comprehend virtually every single one. For example, one minutia most of you would fail to notice is when Susan’s chin moves two extra pixels further than in any of the previous episodes when she talks during the seventeenth second of the fifth minute of season 3 episode 10. Hardly any of you would conceive of the fact that this is a reference to the exact number, down to 84 significant figures, of the percent change in total nitrogen in the Earth’s atmosphere due to the eructation of a small cynodont 257 million years ago.
Oh man, I worked in my college’s wellness center and we’d go on the intercom and let everyone know they have 10 minutes to finish their workout and get their shit before we closed. If they weren’t out of the place after the lights were turned off and we locked up they would be locked in and any attempt to get out would set the alarm off. Apparently that only happened once well before I started working there, but people still regularly wouldn’t get off the treadmill until they were running in the dark.
Comment number 3. At 11:29 10th Oct 2008, ObsoleteExocet wrote: Whilst the “policy” may be correct I just wish the BBC would follow it to the letter particularly in terms of accuracy with regard to “news”. The biggest criticism of any media outlet comes form “managing comment” as if it is “news”..
First, I feel that cumin has no place in Thai cuisine, so you should nix that. If you see any recipe that has cumin as an ingredient, disregard that recipe as bullshit. Look for recipes for panang curry paste and go from there. The initial crew came together right away: Zack and I got together one night and laid down The Gaudy Side of Town. The next day I called [Megafaun’s] Phil Cook and started to plan a session at [Justin] Vernon’s place. Adam, Zack and I worked on tracks once a week or so for a few months, I had [jazz saxophonist] Michael Lewis come over, then we met up with Megafaun at [Wisconsin studio] April Base.