Sponsors to amend puppy-mill bill
Ray Lesniak and Assemblyman Dan Benson announced Tuesday that they will revise S-63 and its companion bill, A-2338, to prohibit breeders from sending animals into New Jersey if their inspection records are not posted on the U.S. Department of
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New. New dust jacket. 1481494643 Your favorite YA authors including Ellen Hopkins, Maureen Johnson, and more recount their own experiences with mental illness in this raw, real, and powerful collection of essays that explores everything from ADD to PTSD. Have you ever felt like you just couldn't get out of bed? Not the occasional morning, but every day? Do you find yourself listening to a voice in your head that says "you're not good enough, " "not good looking enough, " "not thin enough, " or "not smart enough"? Have you ever found yourself unable to do homework or pay attention in class unless everything is "just so" on your desk? Everyone has had days like that, but what if you have them every day? You're not alone. Millions of people are going through similar things. However issues around mental health still tend to be treated as something shrouded in shame or discussed in whispers. It's easier to have a broken bone-something tangible that can be "fixed"-than to have a mental illness, and easier to have a discussion about sex than it is to have one about mental health. Life Inside My Mind is an anthology of true-life events from writers of this generation, for this generation. These essays tackle everything from neurodiversity to addiction to OCD to PTSD and much more. The goals of this book range from providing home to those who are feeling alone, awareness to those who are witnessing a friend or family member struggle, and to open the floodgates to conversation. Participating writers include E.K. Anderson, J.L. Armentrout, Cyn Balog, Amber Benson, Francesca Lia Block, Jessica Burkhart, Crissa Chappell, Sarah Fine, Kelly Fiore, Candace Ganger, Meghan Kelley Hall, Cynthia Hand, Ellen Hopkins, Maureen Johnson, Tara Kelly, Karen Mahoney, Melissa Marr, Kim McCreight, Hannah Moskowitz, Scott Neumyer, Lauren Oliver, Aprilynne Pike, Tom Pollack, Amy Reed, Cindy Rodriquez, Francisco Stork, Wendy Tolliver, Rob Wells, Dan Wells, Rachel Wilson, and Sara Zarr.
The team officially rebranded itself in 2011, disassociating itself from the teal and gold after unveiling the new America’s red white and blue jersey color scheme. The Wizard logo got an American paint job, and Ted Leonsis unveiled the “monument ball” and a soft “dc” alternate logo based on a retro Baltimore Bullets logo design. “The new primary logo incorporates the “monument ball” design that has been in place since 2011 in combination with the iconic striping from the team’s uniforms, the three stars that represent D. C. , Maryland and Virginia (which are also featured... Changing a franchise’s name rarely occurs. But recently, The New Orleans Hornets and Charlotte Bobcats changed each franchise’s names to the Pelicans and Hornets, respectively. Each franchise had a lack of fan connection to the name and low brand loyalty. The Pelicans had recently been bought from the NBA by Pelicans and Saints owner Tom Benson. The Hornets name had little connection to the city. Before moving to New Orleans, the Hornets played in Charlotte from 1988-2002. Before moving to New Orleans, the Hornets played in Charlotte from 1988-2002. Benson and his brain trust chose to rebrand to the Pelican as the symbol of the franchise... The bird had once been endangered (you see the New Orleans franchise symmetry here. Benson owned the Pelicans name, according to NBA. The Pelicans were once the nickname of a former minor league baseball team over 70 years ago, so the NBA could expedite its wacky rebranding rules in favor a re-brand to a franchise that desperately needed one. Then, in a circumstance of opportunity, owner Michael Jordan had the chance to rebrand Charlotte back to “Buzz City” after New Orleans relinquished its name. For the Wizards, it’s not so simple Dan Steinberg, of the D. C. Sports Bog, chronicled the decision-making process to go away from the Bullets to the Wizards in nicely here , but I’ll summarize. The original Baltimore Bullets old marketing slogan, “faster than a speeding bullet,” began to lose its meaning after years of gun violence associated with the District. The team moved to the Washington area in 1973. 24 years later, rumblings came out that Abe Pollin wanted to change the name to something that associated less with gun-violence, it did not go over smoothly with all Washington fans. Most notably Tony Kornheiser and Tom Knott of the Washington Times argued there was no correlation between a team nickname and a city’s behavior. Knott cited the 189 murders the year the Bullets won the NBA Championship in 1978 compared to the 416 recorded in the city in 1994. After Israeli Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin was assassinated in 1997, Pollin, who had a close friendship with Rabin,... Pollin told NPR in an interview that he had been thinking about changing the name for over a year before Rabin’s death. When asked why he had not changed the name for the season prior, Pollin explained to NPR that the league has restrictions on how soon a franchise can change its name, which typically takes up to two years. To decide the new name, over 500,000 fans submitted name ideas to Boston Market, which ran the renaming contest. Fans submitted 3,000 different potential names such as the Washington Monuments, Washington Generals, Washington Geckos and Washington Funkadelics, to name a handful. Fans then got to vote on the five finalists chosen by Pollin and a committee. Each vote made a $1 donation to anti-violence efforts, all in tune with Pollin’s removing the franchise from the Bullets’ connotation. All five selected suggestions faced heavy backlash as the names had little or no connection to the city, and fans and critics felt as though the committee could have chosen more topical options out of the 3,000 options. According to the Steinberg post, former Bullets President Susan O'Malley said that copyright restrictions had kept the franchise.
Dan-dan Mian I Szechuan Recipe (green onion, noodles, ground pork, pork, sauce, soy sauce, vegetable oil, peppercorn, vegetable oil, sherry, black vinegar, soy sauce, chili oil)
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Dan Fay Martini (gin, ice, green olives, lemon zest, vodka)
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