“I mean, what kind of sense are you talking about? Like a sixth sense? A seventh sense? Absolutely, just from yesterday’s conditioning test, a lot of the guys are in the best shape I’ve seen. The new faces are very, very healthy and in shape. That motivates us a little bit more.
Are going to offer people a whole new way to enter the Mercedes family, Joachim Schmidt, head of sales and marketing for Mercedes, said, according to the Detroit Free Press. Will be much more attainable and win over customers who never thought they could consider a Mercedes. So is the downscaling a sign of desperation?.
The two fighters came to blows at a news conference in August, a melee that left a security official with a broken rib and both fighter facing fines and community service. The bad blood has continued to boil since their first meeting, when Cormier insisted Jones disrespected him. Jones disputes that view, saying Cormier took offence at a joke..
Grizzled tech veterans recall the age when notebook computers didn incorporate a pointing device you either plugged in a mouse, strapped on some sort of ungainly offboard trackball or did without. That changed in 1991 when Apple announced its first PowerBooks, which put a palm rest area below the keyboard, with a sizable trackball in the middle. Trackballs didn last all that long before giving way to touchpads, but the palm rest is still a standard feature on nearly every laptop..
There’s no question that Wieden Kennedy’s “Earl Tiger” created a genuine phenomenon. According to Visible Measures, in less than 48 hours, it was viewed online more than 2.2 million times, drew 6,700 comments and generated more than 40 parodies that themselves drew more than 200,000 views. The ad also ran on ESPN and CBS (not to mention all of the free media impressions it generated by making news internationally)..
Billed as a libertarian style group supporting the free choice of consumers, The Center for Consumer Freedom runs websites and ad campaigns opposing food related attacks on our liberty. So for instance, when other groups concerned about childhood obesity push to ban toys from Happy Meals or ask the Girl Scouts to sell healthier snacks, The Center for Consumer Freedom is the one who jumps in and says people should be able to eat what they want, dammit. So it comes off as kind of a group of regular dudes restoring some common sense to a politically correct world.
2 points submitted 1 year agoWhen I started I was really strict, but I haven been as strict on myself in a long while so it a little tough to remember all the things i used to eat. I would eat things like bacon/eggs/cheese for breakfast, mozzarella with sun dried tomatoes (just a few) and kalamata olives for lunch, and dinner could be steak or lettuce tacos or sausage or breadcrumb free eggplant parm (basically just grilled eggplant with browned cheese on top). Any combo of those foods in various proportions.