As Sundance kicks off on Thursday, pay attention to the buzz surrounding the lineup’s docs. They promise juicy insights into subjects like cults, Michael Jackson, gun laws, North Korean dictators, Maya Angelou, tickling and the Internet. Honestly, we’re probably more jazzed about the documentaries on this year’s lineup than anything else.
The laundry, I think is the most tedious, never ending, annoying chore there is, I hate it. You never finished, just when you reach the bottom of the basket, the clothes on your back are dirty. I am trying to teach my kids this right now, to throw their clothes in the laundry, instead of dropping them right where they took them off.
Thought of these machines as worms eating through the mountains, says Hansuedi Herger, a native of the Uri canton, under which some of the drilling took place. Herger is excited that Uri, which is in the German part, will now be much closer to Italy a 30 minute ride instead of 1.5 hours. The capital of Uri, and Bellinzona, the capital of Ticino, will be like sister cities, he says..
White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders did not respond Monday to a request for comment about the criticism of Trump’s remarks. Asked about the criticism at a briefing for reporters Monday, Sanders said she believes Trump was joking. Trump’s supporters have arguedthat his comments were intended as humor, echoing a refrain from the presidential campaign that his backers and advisers alike took some of his remarks seriously but not literally..
Dr Ray Gambell: I think the main argument for the resumption of commercial whaling is that it is one way of utilising a natural resource of the oceans. The world is getting more and more people with more and more food requirements. The resources of the ocean are one way that the human population can be fed and whales are part of that total food base if you believe that they should be hunted at all..
Opponents doubt her pledge not to. JORGE G. CASTANEDA, Jorge G. And while lethal engagement can be restrained by human compassion it is just as often fueled by our basest instincts: rage and revenge. One need look no further than the civilian atrocities perpetrated by soldiers in Darfur, Rwanda, or Syria to see the possible effects of unchecked human emotions. Department of Defenses’ stated goal of increasing the autonomy of weapons systems over the next decade, the real question then becomes how best to ensure compliance with customary international legal standards..