DeRozan unhappiness is understandable. He had agreed to remain in Toronto past the point where previous franchise stars had either bolted or forced their way out of town, he genuinely grew to love Toronto, and when the team asked him to change his game shoot threes! pass more often! he had done so. There also the part that athletes sometimes don like to admit: a trade is a blow to the ego.
He prefers one glass of beer to a bottle of vintage champagne.So the obvious question one I am grilling him on before he has even buttered his bread is exactly how does somebody (to take just a random example, say, a lowly paid journalist) become a billionaire?The good news, first, is that it is getting easier. In Britain alone, the number of billionaires has increased from 53 to 113 in five years. For 2015, there are 290 newcomers on the Forbes global rich list.easier than ever, Wilkin says.
Is in the only sport where we don practice at full speed, Souza said, that what I trying to accomplish. Having a coach stand that close and throw as hard as he can, Souza is able to replicate the speed of a major league pitch. The tiny baseballs cut and curve and slide and come toward Souza like the pitches he will see later that day..
Sure, there is a time and a place for everything, and no one should show up rocking a pair of brotastic Chubbies to the White House or a pair of basketball nuthuggers to a job interview, but a man in a pair of tasteful shorts can be just as fashionable and dressed up as a dandy in a three piece suit. Just look how good fashion icon Nick Wooster looks wearing shorts with blazers. Oddly enough, one of his fashion essentials is Metropolitan Life by none other than Fran Lebowitz.
3. The Sin of Vagueness is committed by every claim that is so poorly defined or broad that its real meaning is likely to be misunderstood by the intended consumer. “Chemical free.” In fact, nothing is free of chemicals. My life is my life and my life decisions DO NOT effect you. My opinion is MINE and your opinion is YOURS. Don shove your opinion down my throat.
No doubt our opinions are in some places monetized and our vocalization of them surely buoys the price of Lemonade on up to $17.99. But what Beyonc’s got us talking about now is what we women are really always talking about, under our breath, late night on the phone, after the kids are down, over coffee, at the bar, in tears, irrespective of anybody’s album drop: our worth. The video version of this album reflects the private lives of a certain group of women who share a set of memories and experiences; the arc of its narrative will be harrowingly close to home for all of us.