Due to the fact that Tokyo had already been firebombed to a litteral hell on earth (And other cities with it, though, to a lesser extend) the warning is rendered completely meaningless because the Japanese would read and hear these warnings and think something along the lines of “Well no shit, you been bombing us for years now”. The US government knew this, they not stupid. Just to reiterate: The Japanese (civilians) were not warned in any meaningful way.Nehabje 0 points submitted 4 months agoYou can claim they were even remotely adequately warned because with these first few warnings for the first bomb the US didn even mention what the target was, instead listing a host of possible cities.
I suspect that, in practice, NPR will rarely, if ever, use the R word again. Or, it will be couched in some way. What we are witnessing is a shifting media consensus on how to define and use a word with racial implications. “So I am stuck,” Sime recalled. “I could have said, ‘Fuck, I’m going to do it,’ and give up my amateur athletics. But I still was pissed that I didn’t get to go to Melbourne.
There are so many ways a woman can be satisfied other than a penis. Women don really need sex the way a man does, they need intimacy, love and affection. Don make everything about your penis. Newton North is now under budget! Well, sort of . (City of Newton image) In a letter addressed to the city’s aldermen, the School Committee, and the design review committee for the project, Cohen revealed that Dimeo Construction has proposed a guaranteed maximum construction price of $164,900,132. Other costs for the project are expected to total about $30 million..
84 Lumber wasn’t alone in the Super Bowl ad pile on. Many other big brands, from beer giant Anheuser Busch InBev to Audi, Airbnb and Kia autos used their Super Bowl time at $5 million per 30 seconds to break through. The challenge is to get viewers, whether they are chatting at a party or standing among a scrum at a bar, to pause and take notice and maybe talk about it later..
Mr. PHIL FLYNN (Senior Market Analyst, PFGBEST Research): Well, partly because the economy is getting better, believe it or not. We’re seeing more demand, not only here in the United States, but throughout the globe, and that’s driving up the price.
So How Did You Get to This Place, Anyway?You hear about all kinds of Reality shows nowadays: who got booted, who stayed in the game, who quit. Since I’m held in bondage by the dreaded ‘confidentiality agreement’, all I can discuss are my feelings about it. So here’s how it feels to become a Reality Show Reject..