For the golf enthusiasts among us, however, the preponderance of courses is a delightful benefit of living in this otherwise uninteresting locale, where the only saving grace is the plentiful supply of interesting people.
By the time Abbey Road was released on September 26th, the Beatles' fellowship had effectively ended. On September 13th, John Lennon and Yoko Ono performed at the Toronto Rock & Roll Revival, with a makeshift group that included Eric Clapton, and the experience convinced Lennon that he could no longer withstand the confines of his old band. A week later, during a meeting at Apple – with Klein, the Beatles and Ono in attendance – McCartney tried once more to persuade his bandmates to undertake a tour and return to the stage. "Let's get back to square one and remember what we're all about," he told them. Lennon responded, "I think you're daft. I wasn't going to tell you, but I'm breaking the group up. It feels good. It feels like a divorce."
This is what work looks like now. It’s been this way for so long that most American workers don’t realize that for most of the 20th century, the broad consensus among American business leaders was that working people more than 40 hours a week was stupid, wasteful, dangerous and expensive — and the most telling sign of dangerously incompetent management to boot.
Today, culturally enriching field trips are in decline. Museums across the country report a steep drop in school tours. For example, the Field Museum in Chicago at one time welcomed more than 300,000 students every year. Recently the number is below 200,000. Between 2002 and 2007, Cincinnati arts organizations saw a 30 percent decrease in student attendance. A survey by the American Association of School Administrators found that more than half of schools eliminated planned field trips in 2010–11.
It’s a heresy now (good luck convincing your boss of what I’m about to say), but every hour you work over 40 hours a week is making you less effective and productive over both the short and the long haul. And it may sound weird, but it’s true: the single easiest, fastest thing your company can do to boost its output and profits -- starting right now, today -- is to get everybody off the 55-hour-a-week treadmill, and back onto a 40-hour footing.
Nearly everyone with even a passing knowledge of Marvel superheroes knows that almost all of them debuted in the 1960's, and more serious fans could tell you that there was no "" in the 1950's — the company was known as Atlas Comics from 1950 to 1961 (the 1950's were an infamously bad decade for superhero comics, occupying ).
His plays also include a healthy dose of —allusions to Christian themes are frequent even in stories that took place before Christ was born, there are references to contemporary English clothing and culture regardless of setting, etc., so how much of those errors are just stylistic choices is debatable.
Not that you get much time to run somewhere safe. In addition, the player character works for the "Earthquake Institute," traveling up and down fault lines in California to gather data—that should be the work of the U.S.
Rabbit meat is treif (forbidden under Jewish dietary law) - depending on how observant she is, she wouldn't even touch the body of a rabbit, let alone have a family recipe for cooking it.
And in spite of Cape Verde being off the coast of Africa and a former hub of the Slave Trade, with a 78% Creole and 21% Black population in real life, the only black people seen are the American FBI agents trying to find Neal.
It's possible she meant that only one cannon protecting a given region of space would be insufficient; an attacking force might destroy the sole cannon targeting them.
For bonus points, when the mechanics behind tides were later explained to him, he showed his lack of understanding of the scientific method by claiming that tidal forces are ""
While the presence of the Undeads can be explained away by being Undeads defeated by non-Blade Riders, there is no such explanation for why the Zodiarts or Dopants could be there, other than to have monsters from all the previous series present.
Even the cheapest world atlas would demonstrate Minsk is the capital of a different country bordering Russia, Belarus, and one made before 1991 would have still marked it as the capital of the Byelorussian SSR and a city in the USSR, not Soviet Russia.
In fact, even the fact that the trial was in Starling City is suspicious, in the real world, there probably would have been a change of venue, because it would be impossible for Moira to get a fair trial in the city .