TOIpune: the people most in the news during the festival season are the jewellers. But you no longer walk into a small, nondescript,mom and pop sarafi dookan with dull displays of ornaments. Like everyone else, the city traders in precious metals, stones and ornaments have gone in for organic restructuring, corporatisation, branding and elaborate showrooms.
“It’s like a mental illness they can’t help it,” cultural critic Wes Jackson told CNN of Wallen and other celebrities who have been caught using the N word. “This White privilege kicks in and for a moment they lose their mind. It’s almost like getting drunk.
I like these results because they mirror my thinking. A tossup to be decided by a sliver of undecideds who increasingly lean conservative. Which is why you won see Mark Pryor or Mike Ross waving a liberal standard in the months ahead. For all the story’s missteps, The Last of Us Part II is a triumphant video game sequel. In every way, it offers thoughtful and satisfyingly complex expansions of the ideas laid out in the previous game. It’s a bigger world, and one brimming with more detail.
The bag is just wayyyyyy to massive, should be way smaller (ignoring how fucked up the badge n form of the bags is) The overall form is somewhat okay of the shoe but the stitching looks so sloppy on the leather part. I really hope there will be a better batch soon since I really want these but not this quality for like $100. Nobody irl would prolly say something abt the quality / if its real cus they probally wont even recognize them as prada since they r somewhat lowkey.
And, and there’s, there’s a bunch of people on the team doing it. We have an IRR person, but or an IR assistant, I should say, but they’re constantly behind. So I’ll step in and return phone calls. The self pity appears to be coming from the parents of the kids who are suddenly trying to victimize themselves over this trip. There was no problem until the group got to go on a field trip. If this group was for deaf kids, or autistic kids, or ESL, it wouldn be a problem.
Mere days remain to the US presidential election, and Newstalk has been running a fairly good podcast, Race to the White House, that covers a swathe of issues. This week Simon Tierney looked at, among other things, polling: that most derided yet important aspect of elections. The host reminded us how badly the polls got it wrong in 2016, when almost all the pre vote data suggested a win for Hillary Clinton.