Virgin Atlantic has a history of technological innovation, becoming the first airline to allow mobile connectivity and SMS texting on board in 2011. 3G is now available on all 10 of Virgin Atlantic A330 aircraft and wifi is currently being trialled on three of these. All 16 of Virgin Atlantic 787s will have the latest 4G technology available on board..
Including moms. While I don’t know that any scientific study has been done on the demographics in the, um, like 4 days that this game has been out, anecdotal evidence points to moms everywhere playing. One mom I know posted “I’m at the park with the kids watching them play, everywhere I look people’s noses are in their phones.
Here are her responses, edited for space and clarity.Q: Have our bodies actually built up toxins during the weeks of holiday partying? Do we need to do something about it ASAP, as many marketers would have us believe?A: A toxin is a substance that’s considered poisonous, so unless those extra cookies you’ve been eating over the holidays are laced with arsenic, I don’t think you have to “detox” on Jan. 1. Besides, our bodies are designed to detox 24/7.
It’s a fucking game. Boo fucking hoo that the millionaire took what you consider to be the easy road. There have been plenty of stacked squads in the past. They had to earn their keep like everyone else. Wells and the half dozen Arabs living in this village, just outside Akora Khatak, survived on stale bread and scraps of lamb. Wells did not want to guess how much weight he had lost.
Like The Smiths’ How Soon Is Now? in the 80s and Pulp’s Common People in the 90s, My Generation is a song that captures the youthful zeitgeist of its time and has become indelibly linked with the era that made it famous. The Who’s turbocharged hit was the sound of mid 60s rebellion, and it was so dangerous the BBC decided to ban it. But wait a minute; the song didn’t offend censors at the implication of a swear word that never quite materialises, or because of the anarchical outro they’d play live that would sometimes involve Pete Townshend smashing his guitar to pieces and Keith Moon blowing up his drum kit the record was actually banned because of Roger Daltrey’s vocal stutter, and the fear that it might be offensive to other stutterers.
It was another Safer story that would become one of the program’s most honored and important. “Lenell Geter’s in Jail,” about a young black man serving life for armed robbery in Texas, overturned Geter’s conviction 10 days after the December 1983 segment exposed a sloppy rush to injustice. Safer and 60 Minutes were honored with the industry’s highest accolades: the Peabody, Emmy and duPont Columbia University awards.