"The face of the operation is Briatore (referred to exclusively in the film by his colleagues and angry, chanting detractors as "Flavio"), an anthropomorphic radish who spends most of his time at QPR plotting to fire all of the managers."
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|21 min 39 sec ago||For younger||
Not for "you here" thanks autocorrect
|22 min 13 sec ago||Ronald Dahl esp The BFG||
But almost anything by him makes an excellent read-along because the drawings are great and the language is so much fun
|2 weeks 3 days ago||Football, man. Football and costume design||
Just had to inject some estrogen into this conversation. Over the years I turned my little football fan into Napoleon, Paul Revere, a Civil War soldier; and his sister into Jane Austen and a living American Girl Doll.
|2 weeks 6 days ago||Something does not compute.||
A 30-34 25-75 percentile ACT split implies that 25% of the accepted class had a 35 or 36. A brief internet search says that .38% of ACT scores are 35 and .076 are 36. in 2013, the latest date for which I could find info, 1,666,017 took the ACT.
|3 weeks 20 hours ago||In my neighborhood (Midtown)||
There is a 97% occupancy rate and there must be half a dozen major rehabs underway that will easily pay for themselves because the purchase price is so low
|3 weeks 6 days ago||Benefits of Title Nine, baby!||
I know a lot of trash has been talked in the direction of the Title Nine directives but he next time you are inclined to complain about it, remember that tonight would never have happened without the resources made available to women's sports when Title Nine was passed.
|4 weeks 2 days ago||It's not even dinner time||
And they have already lost today.
|4 weeks 3 days ago||Logan.||
They will treat you very well and the food is fantastic
|5 weeks 19 hours ago||Yikes I hate iPhones||
|5 weeks 19 hours ago||1) My dad and 2) my husband||
My dad grew up in the Depression on a little post stamp farm in Ohio. No electricity no plumbing and horses for the plows. He got himself a pilots license in high school during the war and just after, through an endless series of hitchhiked rides and bus transfers. He went to Korea, came back, and worked his way to become a college professor. He raised four amazing kids. He had a heart attach at 52 and in the subsequent 35 years has run or walked six days a week. He gave me the courage to change careers in my twenties and becomes a college professor myself.
|5 weeks 4 days ago||Do you need equipment||
Should people bring anything?
|6 weeks 2 days ago||Satchels, or drive to Detroit||
For Slows. Cork town location has an epic wait but slows-to-go in midtown has parking and really no lines
|6 weeks 2 days ago||2000 is a big number man||
Congrats to y'all - there are plenty of published authors who would not be disappointed with those numbers. It's the traditional publishing industry's loss and, I hope, your gain.
|6 weeks 4 days ago||Ike St Louis||
Small residential island back behind Ile de la Cite and Notre Dame. Pass by the left of the cathedral and keep going until you go over a pedestrian bridge. There is one main street down the spine of the island. Rue St Louis. The further down you go the better it gets, especially just past Rue des Deux Ponts. Search this neighborhood on Yelp there is a lot
|6 weeks 4 days ago||Yes and no||
Not that its matters anymore but apparently four of the third place teams go through; however at least before Sweden v Australia there was a scenario in which we were third and left behind
|7 weeks 6 days ago||Maine 1979 in a drive-in||
Off Bar Harbour. We were watching Superman and the fog rolled in. Couldn't see the screen. Then Lois Lane fell into a crevasse during the earthquake. Is she dead? What will happen? In he next scene suddenly Superman is flying two villains directly into the hands of justice. No Lois. The End.
|8 weeks 1 day ago||Apologies to BlueSky||
Who had the right idea
|8 weeks 1 day ago||No one has mentioned Homicide||
In no particular order, here are four off the top of my head
|8 weeks 3 days ago||Congrats and welcome||
I am on faculty there; you will likely run across me during the MAP program.
|9 weeks 4 days ago||Fair trade yes||
Give football players a non-football responsibility, other than in the classroom, no. What do you propose the players STOP doing in order to hone their design skills?
|9 weeks 6 days ago||Yes but||
Also that we are not alone. Crazy shit happens to lots of people. So many people have survived
|11 weeks 2 days ago||Didn't they just get a 5 star||
Didn't they just get a 5 star recruit?
|11 weeks 3 days ago||1) Baby laughing 2) "BAAAND,||
1) Baby laughing
|13 weeks 20 hours ago||Definitely felt it in Ann Arbor||
This is the third earthquake since I moved here in 1998 from California. For the most part these small ones in the 4 range are felt by transplanted Californians
|15 weeks 17 hours ago||Um yes||
Commencement at least for my part of the U is Fri May 1st.
|16 weeks 3 days ago||Right, swimming!||
And gymnastics !
|17 weeks 1 hour ago||That seems about right to me||
The stands were occupied most of the way up, but not with any density - people spread out and there were lots of holes. My guess was 30k
|17 weeks 3 days ago||It's the National Collegiate Ahtletic Association...||
They deal with College
|19 weeks 1 day ago||someone with more timethan me says 1 every 400 years|
|19 weeks 1 day ago||Good start but wrong stat||
Your conclusion (na gonna happen) is fine but I don't think we want the chance of a particular given person choosing correctly (147.57 quintillion) but of SOME person doing so - the chance of the event happening at all.
We've got 11.57 million tickets to the "perfect bracket" lottery on ESPN alone. So one way of calculating the chance of someone getting a perfect bracket on ESPN are presumably .....ohf*ck someone else calculate it for me.
But this is still not right, because we are not picking a truly random event. It would only be the right calculation if Kentucky vs. Hampton etc had a 50/50 outcome.
Imagine I, a middle-aged college professor with a negative vertical leap, were playing a competitive game of HORSE v. Trey Burke. And yall were betting on it. Lots of people would win that one, not just 50%, because the outcome would not be a random event. Now imagine Trey Burke is playing vs. 63 middle-aged professors in a bracket. The probability of a winning bracket existingn would not be 1 out of 147.57 quintillion.