Seriously, clicking any post/comments opens a giant modal, and if you press tab, you notice the tab focus is literally is hidden behind the modal. That the most basic thing you need to do with modals (from an accessibility perspective). When you open the modal, the focus should be within the modal.
Eventually, she lost her driving privileges due to a DUI as well as the respect of her family and former friends. Her life went into a downward spiral: she lost everything she had worked so hard to achieve. But most of all, she lost herself.. And she wishes that people who want to grab photos from the Internet and use them for their own purposes would make an effort to contact their original creators. “Before they used it, how about a call to me?” she asked. But, she admits, that might have resulted in no such memorable meme.
There was always one exception: Queens were allowed to be as strong as any man. Think Elizabeth I, played by everyone from Bette Davis in The Virgin Queen to Judi Dench in Shakespeare in Love, where she startled a theater audience by pronouncing Gwyneth Paltrow’s “illusion” as a woman playing a man playing a woman “remarkable.” Then she notes that she knows “something about a woman playing a man’s role. Yes, by God, I do know about that.”.
There more than a subtle hint of sour grapes in this recently launched petition attempting to ban Cam Newton for his team game against the Seattle Seahawks next season. It true that Newton celebrated quite wildly following his team 31 24 playoff victory two weeks ago, butas we written multiple times: Chill out, fans who don like it. He having fun..
Goodwrench.”My brother has always been ‘work averse,'” Ray Magliozzi, 63, said. “Now, apparently, even the one hour a week is killing him!” “It’s brutal!” chimed in Tom Magliozzi, 74.The pair said they decided it was time to “stop and smell the cappuccino.”The brothers began making “Car Talk” in Boston 35 years ago. It captured audiences there, and soon became a mainstay on NPR member stations remaining so for 25 years.
He turned around and danced back then someone started shooting at him. I downed that man and ran inside after my new friend who just scored his goal. As I turned the corner I danced to assure him it was me and he danced back. The group offered a wide variety of suggestions bolster school security, drill students on what to do during a shooting and raise the age at which someone can buy an assault rifle but in the end, the president remained focused on the solution he often proposes after a mass shooting: increasing the number of people with guns so they can quickly stop shooters with lethal force.”If the coach had a firearm in his locker, when he ran at this guy that coach was very brave, saved a lot of lives, I suspect but if he had a firearm, he wouldn’t have had to run,” Trump said, referring to Aaron Feis, an assistant football coach and security guard who was one of 17 people killed by a gunman last week at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in South Florida. “He would have shot, and that would have been the end of it.”The 70 minute listening session with students, parents and teachers at the White House was a remarkable event with participants’ raw emotions often on display at one point, a student openly sobbed after he spoke, his head down as he wiped away tears and those around him rubbed his back.By hosting the event, Trump signaled he wants to take ownership of addressing the vexing problem of gun violence at American schools. As one parent after another, one student after another, publicly pleaded with Trump to find a solution, the pressure mounted on the president to show that he can move Washington to act on an issue it has failed to confront despite the frequency of mass shootings in recent years.”We’re going to do something about this horrible situation that’s going on,” Trump said.