On the flip side, I like Michigan. Call me a bandwagon Wal Mart fan or whatever, but a few of my friends went there, and when I visited for our 2015 game it was an awesome experience (even though we got dickstomped). Ann Arbor is a beautiful town, the tailgates were amazing and made me feel excited like a freshman again, the people were nice, and the atmosphere in the Big House was incredible.
I do not see the fisheye lenses problem at the edges some have reported. But the distortion people mention to me is very minimal. So minimal it’s really a non issue.. Over the past few months I hit AMEX hard, even though I was under 5/24 (I now realize my mistakes). I been focusing on business cards and slowing down on the personal side to dip under 5/24 in a few months. I love everyone thoughts on a plan of action going forward..
W O W. Jackie Aina has Lie abetes. She dodged the proof question yet again and it not worth the hassle to sue Paige BUT it was to accuse her in a video and put it up???. The first negative reply he got challenged the general claim. If he meant only at EA, he would have immediately qualified it when first challenged. But he didn He persisted to argue on the basis that developers wouldn create work for themselves, etc.
My family would pile into our station wagon and road trip from Atlanta, loaded down with snacks and music for the ride. We’d spend days breathing in the ocean air, watching scenic sunrises and sunsets, laughing joyfully. Atlantic Beach, dubbed “Black Pearl,” emerged in the 1930s as a haven for local black residents and vacationers from out of town gathering at the Grand Strand stretch of Myrtle Beach..
In a wide ranging interview, veteran Microsoft Researcher, Dr. Steven Drucker talks about his work in data visualization, the importance of clear communication in a world of complex algorithms and big data, and the long, slow work of big breakthroughs. He also offers some pro tips to aspiring researchers, and tells us why stand up comedy is an important skill for computer scientists.
“The reason we evolved to a more centralized system is because local school districts failed to act effectively on their own,” said Thomas Toch, an education policy expert at Georgetown University’s McCourt School of Public Policy. “Many students were left behind in the era of local control, and now we’re going back to that era. It puts school districts in charge of fixing failing schools, the same school districts that are running the failing schools now.”.