You clearly took the overly literal meaning of what I said, not what common English language would say I meant. This is basically the definition of strawmanning. I mean come on, your literal interpretation of what I said would mean I think setting up a network of tequila fueled mules to replace a bus line would be a good investment.
Since I spent only ten days in Cuba, this left three weeks of unresolved residence needs that needed addressing, which led to an interesting conversation.”Hi, Mom.””I’m going to Cuba tomorrow.””I’ll be back in ten days, provided that Castro doesn’t arrest me and the INS lets me back in. Ha ha.”A whispered aside. “.
No matter Michael Jordan is on the court or out of court, his bearing is very particular and attracting. Nike saw his infinite prospect, so they signed a contract with Michael Jordan as their main spokesman of ball shoes. The effect that Nike got still far surpassed the effect they planed in the beginning.
In 2007, when Nike released Michael Vick, your company stated that to animals was abhorrent, and unacceptable. To which I must now ask has changed Michael Vick is still guilty of barbarous acts of sadistic cruelty, torture and murder against innocent dogs. The 18 of 23 months that he spent incarcerated for “Conspiracy to Travel in Interstate Commerce in Aid of Unlawful Activities and to Sponsor a Dog in an Animal Fight Venture” does not erase that.
Some saw and were in amazement and they forgot so soon the very act they witnessed. There have been times God could pour Manna on my head and I ask what do we eat tomorrow. It is in knowing Jesus my faith as increased and I am so grateful. This weekend marks a year since a white supremacist rally in Charlottesville, Va., turned violent and deadly. Heather Heyer was killed. Dozens of people were injured when a man rammed a car into a group of counter protesters.
The workers threw stones at factories, smashed vehicles and blocked a major highway in the area, according to garment workers’ groups, and some 200 factories were closed for the day after the protest erupted in Ashulia, the industrial zone where the deadly fire occurred.”There’s also been another fire today at another factory. It’s said to be almost under control.As The New York Times adds, “activists say that global clothing brands like Tommy Hilfiger and the Gap and those sold by Wal Mart need to take responsibility for the working conditions in Bangladeshi factories that produce their clothes.”According to the AP:”The factory in Saturday’s blaze is owned by Tazreen Fashions Ltd., a subsidiary of the Tuba Group that has produced clothing for Wal Mart, at least in the past. Neither Tazreen nor Tuba Group officials could be reached for comment.”Tazreen was given a ‘high risk’ safety rating after a May 16, 2011, audit conducted by an ‘ethical sourcing’ assessor for Wal Mart, according to a document posted on the Tuba Group’s website.