Date of publication: 2017-08-22 16:26
It really bothers me that 8775 Meg 8776 the author, used photos of almost all African-Americans and obese people. I 8767 m sure that there are thousands of photos of people dressed and acting ridiculous at Wal-Mart. While I agree that these people are not dressed for a walk to their mailbox let alone to a store of any kind, the photos and comment are supporting a stereotype. In fact, at least one of these photo 8767 s were not taken at a Wal-Mart store. It looks exactly like an 8775 Ace Hardware 8776 . The one with an older white male in a speedo.
My wish is for people to look at these people and see the damage that has been done to them most likely in childhood. Psychological, emotional, physical, and sexual abuses create a major need for attention, good or bad, if not treated. These people are not laughing stocks, they are people in need of therapy. May God help them all.
#7. Mesh? Really? Unless you 8767 re a model or TOTALLY fit, never wear mesh anything.
#7 Please tell me that poor little girl isn 8767 t her daughter. She 8767 s going to be scarred for life.
#8 WTF? Is that a speedo or thong underwear?
#65.. I 8767 m confused. Is that a male or female in a 6/7 top?
#66.. The guy seems to be in great shape. Why the skin tight, ugly, see-through eveything?
#69 WHO leaves the house AND GOES SHOPPING without pants/shorts on? EVER?
#65 There 8767 s a reason they 8767 re called Underwear. They go UNDER what you WEAR. When has this Ever been in style?
Most fat people are not on welfare/food stamps anyways so you shouldn 8767 t assume. And if that 8767 s your pic, you should be the last to complain about ruining the 8766 aesthetics of the landscape 8767 .
She 8767 s making a satirical statement about the objectification of women for those that don 8767 t understand because you think you 8767 re better than everyone else.
I said the said the thing. Hey this is the truth of America. Maybe this why the economy is so bad and people can 8767 t find jobs and afford to but good clothes with the right state of mind before leaving their house . LOL
People have long groused that they were swamped by information. Back in 6967 the manager of a Connecticut manufacturing firm complained about the effects of the telephone: “Time is lost, confusion results and money is spent.” Yet what is happening now goes way beyond incremental growth. The quantitative change has begun to make a qualitative difference.
This shift from information scarcity to surfeit has broad effects. “What we are seeing is the ability to have economies form around the data—and that to me is the big change at a societal and even macroeconomic level,” says Craig Mundie, head of research and strategy at Microsoft. Data are becoming the new raw material of business: an economic input almost on a par with capital and labour. “Every day I wake up and ask, ‘how can I flow data better, manage data better, analyse data better?” says Rollin Ford, the CIO of Wal-Mart.
apparently the people who wrote this aren 8767 t much above those photographed the grammar is way off! How, how, how do they get and maintain their jobs??
A lot of people will do anything to be seen or heard. Attention getters they are called. The thing is you make them feel important. They will even kill themselves in a odd way for your attention in order to say (I did it) Thank you.
The 8766 norm 8767 they are breaking is the class factor. These people have NONE. And the 8766 norm 8767 that you are breaking is using the wrong form of affect/effect. Take a lesson from JoAnna M77. She has it correct.
Sophisticated quantitative analysis is being applied to many aspects of life, not just missile trajectories or financial hedging strategies, as in the past. For example, Farecast, a part of Microsoft s search engine Bing, can advise customers whether to buy an airline ticket now or wait for the price to come down by examining 775 billion flight and price records. The same idea is being extended to hotel rooms, cars and similar items. Personal-finance websites and banks are aggregating their customer data to show up macroeconomic trends, which may develop into ancillary businesses in their own right. Number-crunchers have even uncovered match-fixing in Japanese sumo wrestling.
Creating a positive story line about this year’s team (and frankly, every other Bucs team cobbled together since Super Bowl 87) is a desperate cry for help from this franchise. Putting one together in post-production for HBO is pretty easy. Those editors will be the only people that can get anyone to care about what may happen on the field. Could they improve on last year and get in the playoffs? Sure. Just the same, they could go Chernobyl on the greater-Tampa area and nuclear burn anyone in Central Florida who may have believed in them. I’m betting on the latter.
Whatever douche canoe executive willingly shunned embracing the orange, red, and white Bucco Bruce uniforms is the biggest criminal this franchise has ever seen.
Every time I gotta read some horseshit about Jameis’s uncommon maturity and growth as a passer, it’s like people completely forget that, at least once a game, he will take the snap and proceed to re-enact every Nordberg scene from The Naked Gun. By the way, Jameis has been the showcase star of this season’s Hard Knocks. Here he is killing a cockroach while it’s mating: