Much like terrestrial travel, where you end up depends on what you hope to find. As a reader, I look for the random and reflective, preferring an unexpected anecdote to another take on the latest trend. As a blogger, I post about incidents or observations that are often removed from the spotlight, yet connected to broader contexts.
Living the dj/producer life is stressful. Lots of traveling, little to no sleep, lots of shows, interviews, pr, signing. And all that has to be combined with producing to create new tracks. I agree with Jfinn. However, if you haven been to San Diego before, I would highly recommend! Although it could be pricey for housing. Would you be getting relocation assistance? The aerospace industry is very prominent in San Diego so if you are interested in that field I would recommend going with that one.
It’s insane and people are ok with it. People freak out when anti kremlin journalists are jailed which is someone censoring someone else, and there is no difference here. Why don’t the mods let the people decide if the website is shitty or not? Fucking /r/Nawwzis.
Originally published in Dutch, this book offered both a new take on the royal marriage story, with a gay child rather than just gay parents. “I’ve never cared much for princesses,” says the princely protagonist, as he finds a series of potential wives paraded in front of him by his wedding hungry mother. Then, he spots one of the princesses’ brothers.
He’s a Democratic state attorney general surrounded by conservative Republicans who control North Carolina state government. Now those Republicans have put Cooper in an awkward spot. He has publicly condemned GOP sponsored laws on voter identification and gay marriage, yet must defend those same laws in court.
4 in Virginia, then the second presidential one Oct. 9 in St. Louis and the final debate 10 days later in Las Vegas.. Two of the women were late for appointments to get their legs waxed.From our first trip there together, the Russia that we experienced was Putin’s. During his election campaign in 2000, in a grim March that was neither winter nor spring, we had our initial encounter with what would become an ever more artfully “managed democracy” a term that came into wide use for the first time that political season as Moscow’s intelligentsia struggled to understand the political goals of the little known secret police chief who on New Year’s Eve, 1999, had become Boris Yeltsin’s handpicked successor.Trying to understand the Putin appeal, we flew to Magnitogorsk, the rusting steel town straddling Europe and Asia in the Ural Mountains whose founding had been the proudest achievement of dictator Joseph Stalin’s first five year plan back in 1929. When we got off the plane late at night, we were met on the tarmac by a local police official who had been informed that the Washington Post was coming to town and insisted on checking our documents an echo of a Soviet past we thought long gone.