Did you ever find anything out? There is now a class action lawsuit against your friend and I think you owe your readers at least an apology for recommending a scam project that has stolen hundreds of thousands of dollars from people who paid based on your recommendation.
It's hard to see either of them getting out of there safely with two civilians in tow, so it was lucky -- maybe even Chinese fortune cookie lucky -- that Herrmann and Cruz were trapped in the elevator together.
Ritter: Yo, why you in such a good mood, lieutenant?Herrmann: I tell you. We have Chinese food last night, and you know what my fortune cookie said?Ritter: Nah.Herrmann: Tomorrow is your lucky day, and look at this, we catch a fire before breakfast.
Join OverDrive's staff librarians to hear about the best books coming out this spring. We're sharing can't-miss titles for all audiences, plus highlights for Fantasy & Sci-Fi, Nonfiction, Historical Fiction, and Romance genres. Bonus: You'll receive a link to easily shop all the titles mentioned!Duration: 60 minutesAudience: Public library staff involved in selecting, purchasing, and/or readers' advisory.Note: Times shown in Eastern Standard. We understand the timing may not suit everyone but signing up ensures that a recording is sent the day after the live session so you can view at your convenience
Watch our panel of experts discuss BiblioLabs' Indie Author Project from the library and author perspective, and demonstrate best practices for adding those Simultaneous Use titles to a digital collection in Marketplace.Learn more about the Indie Author Project, including information for libraries and a submission rubric for authors here. Read a terrific interview with award-winning author Ran Walker on our Perspectives on Reading blog here.
This is your LAST CHANCE to purchase Leider's gift certificates to support the Woodlawn PTO this year! We now have a link on Membership Toolkit for you to share with grandparents, family members, friends, and neighbors: they can purchase the certificates without being a member. Copy/share this link: Questions?? Contact Susie White at [email protected]
Did you miss the School Kidz Sale? It's your lucky day!! We have a limited supply of school supply kits for sale. They will be on sale throughout the summer but they are going fast! Link through the toolkit:
The names keep changing but the pitch is always the same -- try out a brand-new set of high-tech golf clubs free for 90 days. All you have to do is put the full price of the clubs on your credit card as a "deposit." Then, if at the end of the 90 days if you're not completely satisfied, you return the clubs, get your money back and owe nothing.
Also, as I mentioned earlier, you may need to periodically add more unsubscribe message phrases to your rule list over time if you notice any emails start sneaking through. As you do, be sure to let me know so I can add them to the master list on this post!
My spouse and I stumbled over here from a different web address and thought I should check things out.I like what I see so i am just following you. Look forward to exploring yourweb page for a second time.
This example is a reminder to boil your subjects down to bare essentials to motivate the highest possible percentage of readers to open your emails. From there, you can offer the full info and drive more traffic to your website.
So what did you come up with? Was it mostly positive stuff like: "My day's going great! My grandmother made me pancakes for breakfast. I sat with my friends at lunch, and I actually enjoyed English class today!" Or did your mind land on what went wrong: "My grandmother cooked breakfast and it made me so late I missed the bus. My friends wasted the entire lunch period gossiping about a boring TV show, and I had English class today. I hate Thursdays!"
Imagine your brother is texting while he drives you to rehearsal. Your negative thinking alerts you: "Hey, this isn't good!" So you tell your brother to stop, if not for his own safety, for yours. In this case you're combining pessimistic thinking ("Texting leads to car crashes!") with optimism ("I know I can do something about this.").
Just about all of us go through a rough patch now and then where it can seem like nothing's working. It's healthy to identify feelings when we're discouraged, and it's OK to talk about what's wrong. Confiding in someone can lift your mood and remind you of the optimistic possibilities. Negative thinking can help you move forward, as long as you don't get stuck focusing on what's wrong.
Optimism is a thinking style that can be learned, which means that pessimism can be unlearned! It can take a little while, so don't feel discouraged. Becoming more aware of the two styles can gradually help you start noticing more ways to be optimistic. Just keep telling yourself, "I can be more optimistic and I'm going to keep practicing!"
Doc Brown: You see, while we were in the future, Biff got the sports book, stole the time machine, went back in time and gave the book to himself somewhere in the past. Look, it says right here that Biff made his first million betting on a horse race in 1958. He wasn't just lucky, he knew, because he had all the race results in the sports almanac! That's how he made his entire fortune! Take a look at this with a magnifying glass.
Doc Brown: We can't, because if we travel into the future from this point in time, it will be the future of THIS reality, in which Biff is corrupt, powerful, and married to your mother, and in which THIS has happened to ME!! [holds up newspaper reading "EMMETT BROWN COMMITTED"] No, our only chance to repair the present is in the past, at the point where the time line skewed into this tangent. In order to put the universe back as we remember it and get back to our reality, we have to find out the exact date and specific circumstances of how, when, and where young Biff got his hands on that sports almanac.
Doc Brown: Don't worry, Marty. Assuming we succeed in our mission, this alternate 1985 will be changed to the real 1985, instantaneously transforming around Jennifer and Einie. Jennifer and Einie will be fine, and they'll have absolutely no memory of this horrible place.
Western Union Man: Western Union. Actually a bunch of us at the office were hoping that you could shed a little light on the subject. You see, we've had this envelope in our possession for the past seventy years. It was given to us with explicit instructions that it be delivered to a young man of your description answering to the name of Marty at this exact location, at this exact minute, November 12, 1955. We had a little bet to see if this "Marty" would actually be here. Looks like I lost. [chuckles]
When Bill Murphy Jr. (author of this post) was single, he set a goal: Date 100 different women in a single year. The idea was that he only needed to be right once. It worked. The same thing applies in other contexts. Would you feel lucky if a new connection led to a great opportunity, or would you think that you had improved your odds of knowing the right person simply by meeting more people?
Think about your goals every day. Imagine what success will look like, and work backward to figure out how you will get there. A few years ago, I wrote a book with a professor who had been trained as an engineer. His first order of business was to send me a 365-column Gantt chart, with the last day representing publication. It was overwhelming at first, but I came to appreciate it. Figure out where you want to be a month or a year from now, and work backward.
Stories are the most powerful form of communication. The great news is that you get to craft your own story. The way you tell it impacts everything about your relationships with other people. Remember, the story needs structure. It needs a theme and compelling characters. And it needs to involve a worthy struggle. Can you describe those elements in your life?
We do behavioral interviews, a style that helps the hiring team understand your thought process and how you could potentially work on their team. This is situational based and includes a follow up question to reiterate a time you have been in a situation similar. Be prepared for this.
Your interview panel will give you time to ask questions. This is your opportunity to ensure that the role is a good fit for you, and the types of questions you ask will say a lot about who you are as a candidate. This is a time to build rapport with the team. A few good types of questions include:
Travel is designed to take you out of your comfort zone and introduce you to new places, people and experiences. While this trip outside your daily life is a coveted part of any vacation, it can also be unnerving or downright anxiety-inducing. To help ease the strain of travel, many voyagers have turned to superstitions designed to help them arrive safely at their destination and ensure the trip goes smoothly. From lucky charms, to when you should leave, to choosing the right flight number, these superstitions run the gamut, leaving nothing to chance. Before you plan your next vacation, check out these 10 travel tales to discover some that might help ease your travel fears.
You might feel like you hit the lucky jackpot today with this Low Carb Mock Rye Bread recipe! I certainly hope so, because I sure did. I wanted a Reuben in the worst way but also wanted to stay on plan. The struggle is real sometimes. Having a tasty substitute for our favorite off-plan foods helps us keep on track! 2b1af7f3a8