2013/05/09 » This Ad Has a Secret Anti-Abuse Message That Only Kids Can See
The Miami Heat have won 22 games straight.
Tomorrow, March 18 2013, they play the Boston Celtics.
In the 2007-2008 season, the Houston Rockets had won 22 straight games.
On March 18 2008, they faced the Boston Celtics.
The Celtics core was made up of Pierce and Garnett.
The Rockets lost, despite the best efforts of Shane Battier.
Rivera has given up series-losing home runs and World Series-ending hits, and was the same man in those moments that he was when in the middle of a pile of giddy Yankees celebrating yet another World Championship.
Here I sit, fuming, all the way from IAD to LAX, the deceptively nice-seeming schoolteacher’s seat back so close to my chin that to watch TV I must nearly cross my eyes. To type on this laptop while still fully opening the screen requires me to jam the laptop’s edge into my stomach.
So, what is it that explains the recent tidal wave of Tide thievery? My best guess is that decisions about what products people steal are just as irrational and fashion-driven as decisions about what people buy. The ‘must-have’ brands of last season become the brands that one would not be caught dead with this season – think of Crocs. No one knows exactly why consumers make some brands popular and others not – for marketers, that is the Holy Grail. Similarly, no one knows exactly why thieves choose to steal certain products over others. Yet, as unlikely as it seems, Tide detergent has become the ‘must-steal’ product of the season.
The interior of the gleaming Terminal 3 of the Beijing Capital International Airport was filled with a thick haze on Thursday. The next day, people working in office towers in downtown Beijing found it impossible to make out skyscrapers just a few blocks away.
755! For reference, NYC is at 14. LA is at 49.
And yet, there are worse things than death. Many of them playing at a theater near you.
Mostly predictable. But what goes on at 7:05 PM and 6 AM is awesome.
Old but good.