“Most young people, I think, spend their time at malls, clubs, bars or lesser known spots of their choice,” says 21 year old artist Kyaw Moe Khine. “I grew up hanging out at book and movie rental stores, and started hanging out at Internet cafes around seventh grade. I might have gone to the tea shops if all the people from those places went there.”.
A Pew Research Center poll in January asked Americans to rate the prospects for many of the leading presidential candidates. The question was whether they would make good or bad presidents. For Clinton, 35percent offered a positive response while 44percent were negative.
CBS news executives liked Safer better and gave him a job in the London Bureau. The young correspondent took over his new job behind the desk once occupied by another CBS legend, the late Edward R. Murrow. But few come to happy hour to continue talking about what they talk about at work, unless prodded by a reporter who wants to talk about existential matters (“You used the word ‘existential’ at a happy hour?” says one House staffer on the patio of Union Pub, her eyes narrowing behind Ray Bans). It does help, however, to be around like minded ilk when the conversation veers toward the wonkish. “There’s no talking in circles, or saying, ‘Oh, are you a Democrat?’ There’s a freedom of conversation.”.
It acts as a “service layer,” which gathers information on the different marketplaces selling that specific item. For example, say you want to sell your Kindle. Sold knows the approximate running rate and will generate a fair price for the item in its current condition.Here is how it works:After you describe the item you are selling, Sold asks you to take at least four pictures of the item, giving you tips on what to show in the pictures (to get the most value for the item).
Since 1984, MTV has given out awards to honor achievements in the world of music videos. But the Video Music Awards have long been about moments as much as trophies: Madonna kissing Britney Spears in 2003, Kanye West busting into Taylor Swift’s speech (which gave the world “I’ma let you finish”) in 2009, the culmination of a Nicki Minaj Miley Cyrus feud (which gave the world “Miley, what’s good?”) last year. It’s a long tradition as far back as the mid ’80s, Madonna was using the VMAs to cultivate controversy but since the rise of social media, this particular awards show has played the hashtag game brilliantly..
But his legacy got a little more complicated in 2010. The Commercial Appeal newspaper, which covers Memphis, discovered Withers essentially lived a double life, having worked as a paid informant for the FBI for years. Was he a traitor to the civil rights movement he so eloquently photographed or is there more to his story? That’s what Stuff They Don’t Want You To Know hosts Ben Bowlin, Noel Brown and Matt Frederick discuss with Mark Perrusquia, the Commercial Appeal reporter who originally broke the story, in the podcast, Ernest Withers: Civil Rights Hero, FBI Spy..