Less important events are glossed over, but as the story gets more involved, it goes into more detail. A series timeline would look like:The continuous story begins on Friday, November 1st, with 26. There no concrete date on anything before then.Then it a week between episodes 26 and 35.Then Friday, November 7th goes from 35 to 46, then there a three day skip.Monday, November 11th goes from 50 to 57.Then Tuesday, November 12th spans from 58 to 101.Wednesday, November 13th spans 102 to 146.And the current in story day, Thursday, November 14th will span from 147 to 176.Friday, November 15th begins with 177 and will stretch on into Volume 3.Some days take longer than others based on how important they are.BananaHammock00 15 points submitted 12 days agoBasically everyone gets an allocated amount of money every year to spend of international guys, and there is a cap to it.
“He might not remember me,” says a lumbering, bearded guy watching from a few steps back, “but I went to high school with that man right there.” The real Pitbull’s ex classmate watches for a couple of minutes before calling out to Tojo, then walking off. A tiny abuelita eyes the photo session suspiciously. Soon she’s trading heated strings of Spanish with an elderly lady, each more frustrated than the last.
As my friend Eric Young wrote in another newspaper last week, no good can ever come of a legendary sporting superstar, the world’s first billionaire athlete and self professed family man, smashing his Cadillac into a fire hydrant outside his mansion at 2.30 in the morning with his beautiful wife smashing the windows with a gold club. No wonder CNN spent a couple of hours with cameras trained on the mansion and the street. Word was getting out.
Outsourcing is one of the biggest ethical dilemmas and choices that a company is faced with in their lifetime. On one hand, there is a greater opportunity to maximize profits using cheaper labor than is found here in the US. However, for many people, it takes away a certain niche something creates when it is made solely in America.
What makes a super human?With 7 billion people, odds are we have a few true superhumans out there. I’ve always wondered if I could be a superhuman, by fate or accident, it seemed only to be fantasy until I came across some truly exceptional human beings. Naturally, when Stan Lee made a TV show purporting to do the same thing, I watched with amazement and skepticism.
This place is an absolute hot spot for capturing EVPs (electronic voice phenomenons). Only two of the three floors are open to the public, but if you can make friends with a waitress, hostess or manager, they be glad to show you the third floor if you sign a waiver saying you will not hold them liable for any injury that may occur since the third floor is the most active but is also in a state of disrepair. Supposedly a woman who frequented the building when it was a brothel used to rent the room at the end of the wing, the only one with it own bathroom.