The switch to digital television will go on as scheduled after the House yesterday blocked a bill to delay the date, saying postponing the action would only cause confusion for consumers and increase costs for broadcasters.
In 1980, Airborne Express turned Wilmington’s abandoned Air Force base into a hub for overnight shipping. Eight thousand people found work at what they call “the air park.” Then, in 2003 a German company, DHL, bought Airborne in an effort to win a big piece of the U.S. market. It didn’t work. The merger was rocky, there were service disruptions were delayed, and customers left in droves. With last fall’s economic crash, DHL was losing $6 million a day in the U.S.; layoffs started coming by the hundreds.
It’s comforting that, even in these tough economic times, T.I. is still giving the ladies “Whatever [They] Like.”
During the 40-minute speech, Bush also promised to bring an end to the severe war drought that plagued the nation under Clinton, assuring citizens that the U.S. will engage in at least one Gulf War-level armed conflict in the next four years.
Evolution makes no sense at all. I just don’t see how any intelligent person could believe such nonsense. I mean, have you ever seen an ape that could be taught to do algebra? No! Other than the most basic skills (which a dog can also be taught), an ape does not have the capacity to learn anywhere near the human level. Apes are dumb! You can say a dog is smart (and it might be), but it can’t logic like a human being can.
Excuse me, what? An ape can’t logic like a human being can? How long has logic been a verb? Obviously, the author of this article is smarter than me. I just can’t logic the way he does.
Picture yourself in a boat on the river, looking up at orange, red, green, blue, pink or white lights from the Roebling Suspension Bridge cutting across the skies. Those multiple colors might happen.