The person only replied that their friend (singular) is going to sit with them, then gave me the look of no you can so I just said and sat elsewhere. To be honest, I need an outlet. Somewhere I can let go of all the things I keep bottled up. I had serious attitude problems and was mad at the world, willing to risk it all for the sake of winning an argument. I have been taken care of, by Divine intervention, multiple times, it could have went it could have not been as easy as it turned out. I’m glad to hear you Justom with your own solution to stay safe, Peace, dust7 years ago from 41042.
“You thought the other time was bad.” just what is she speaking of? She looks over at the man she sexes and raises an eyebrow. “I just. Nevermind Avery.” It’s hopeless to put what she was thinking when she proposed him meeting Delia.. This study critically examines the ways in which the nationwide Diabetes UK/Tesco public health promotion campaign (2013 2014) sought to raise awareness of Type 2 diabetes. Conducting a multimodal critical discourse analysis of six campaign images, we identify the presence of fear inducing, stigmatising and commercial strategies, through which the campaign emphasises the dangers of diabetes and advocates personal responsibility for assessing both individual and others TM risk of the disease. Specifically, three discursive techniques are deployed in this campaign to achieve these ends: (1) the depiction of grief and amplification of diabetes related danger, (2) the promotion of diabetes risk and responsibilization of individuals for their health, and (3) the commercial branding and framing of the Diabetes UK/Tesco partnership as providing tools for diabetes prevention and management.
It is funny to think that the first tunics were actually worn by men; soldiers and workmen. Any how, current modes of fashion have made tunics an ideal choice for the stylish woman. The versatility of the tunic is what we all take our hats off for, pair it with denim or leggings, accessorise with the 70s flare or just keep it simple.
Gillette is getting a little artsy. The brand has tapped Oscar winning director Michel Gondry (Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind, Be Kind, Rewind), known for his off kilter, innovative storytelling, to direct its latest project, “Training Tracks.” One of the marketers’ last efforts out of BBDO, New York, the music video stars Denver Broncos corner backs Champ Bailey and Kayvon Webster, Cincinnati Bengals running backs Gio Bernard and BenJarvus Green Ellis and former Notre Dame offensive guard Mike Golic Jr. Training in the gym.