Also, I don know much about BLM TO except for the Pride stuff, but if you take a look at their demands and ignore the far fetched or generally worded demands, to me, it really seems like they just asking for more accountability for cops, which is a good thing. Just my 2 cents. Also, I doubt criminals really know and/or care for BLM; regardless of if BLM was here or not, they still probably continue to commit crimes, all BLM seems to be asking for on some of their demands is just accountability.
So in summation, there is a lot expected of managers, a lot more than a lot of people truly realize, but I still love my job and that what is important. You can do it for the money, you have to love this stuff. We are in retail, so the days others are out enjoying the long weekend or holiday, we are there working 12 hour days.
“There’s almost nothing that lasts for 30 years,” said Noll, a professor emeritus in Stanford University’s economics department. “The NFL and, really, the major professional sports in general have had a huge run of popularity. That’s very unusual. But the same ocean that connects all of Oceania also delivers plastic pollution. Our published research indicates that more than 100,000 tons of it are floating in the Pacific alone, much of it washing ashore far from its source. In 2017 researchers found a fishing crate on Rapa Nui (Easter Island) that had floated some 4,000 miles from its South Pacific origin..
Because of these factors, Finland was counted among the high risk markets.18 Tobacco companies considered Finland even more dangerous than Sweden, where the state owned the biggest tobacco company in the country, the Swedish Tobacco Company.19ETS was not the only concern. The importance of Finland as a market area is highlighted by an incidence where the CEO of PM, Geoffrey Bible, asked his staff to update him on the development of class action legislation in Finland.20 PM feared that Finland, together with Sweden where similar legislation was being discussed, would introduce new tobacco control initiatives and push for them in the European Union (EU).21Before the mid 1980s, PM argued that the Nordic market was characterised by a lack of coordinated lobbying activity. The threat of ETS, together with new initiatives to introduce tobacco restrictions, brought the local tobacco manufacturers together.22 The idea was to strengthen the National Manufacturers Associations (NMAs) in each market in order to combat tobacco control initiatives.23″Motivated by the deteriorating ETS trend, the industry has organised for the first time a Nordic NMA Working Group to address the ETS issue.