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From tfa: Fourteen of the 17 watches, with an average price of $4,800, sold in the first six hours. Gilt now holds a watch sale every month. "In certain circles," Mr. Thoreson said, "if you donâ(TM)t have a substantial timepiece with some pedigree, you feel like youâ(TM)re missing out on something."
What a sad, insecure little man.
I'd say closer to 10-15 months.
I take it your diet of tobacco salad with sugar vinaigrette is working wonders for your health?
A friend of mine is a parent in this school system. The PTA (or PTA-style group) actually asked for a low, but fair, settlement; they knew they'd be paying for it eventually.
What do you do, if you don't mind me asking? The people I know who do this are all either ship captains or oil workers.
> If anything, the first MW was more ambiguous in that regard, since at least you had "good Russians" and "bad Russians"; in MW2, the former kind has apparently rapidly died out again, so we're back to good old stereotypes.
I'm not 100% sure, but I believe the guy piloting the aircraft for Soap is Russian. Or at least he has an Eastern European name/accent.
Everyone is airdropped. They hack the US's defense systems so we can't tell they're coming until it's too late.
I'm Colombian too and am happy to see the name of my country spelled correctly. Too often it's spelled Columbia.
"Bothering With the Major Networks"?
'Idealistically' you may want to ignore those guys. But, pragmatically, since they dominate their market, you may want to/have to work with them. Sure, you *might* be able to avoid them. (FWIW, I often feel a similar way about the RIAA)
Twenty, even ten years ago, yes. But today's broadcast networks have the smallest share of the viewing public in their history. American Idol and High School Musical 2 are the closest our era has come to there being programming that a large share of America watches (although the second example is dealing with pre-teens, natch).
This doesn't mean you can avoid the big media companies altogether. It just means that your show doesn't have to be ABC/CBS/NBC/Fox. Some of the best TV of this past decade has been on cable networks.
Unfortunately, due to the recent popularity of Twilight, most of them are 12.