Required in many cases for junior applicants though.
She pretty much skirted the question in a rather unsatisfying manner, but at this point I don’t totally blame her. I have yet to see anyone commended for saying the “right” thing on this topic. Everyone just gets torn to shreds by one contingent or another who find issues with it.
While I don’t really see how Katy Perry is in the wrong, if I was in her position I’m pretty sure I would just find another property to obsess over. If only for PR reasons.
I watched at least one full season of Breaking Bad, Mad Men, the Sopranos, The Crown. I know they are all beloved and I can appreciate them on a technical level, but none of them contained characters I gave a shit about in any way so I stopped watching.
While I agree that The Walking Dead is terrible these days (and I can confirm the immense relief I felt when I pressed the button to stop recording it), I’m sure some people out there are still genuinely enjoying it and they should continue to do so.
And this will be the struggle straight into 2020. The entire Democratic Party establishment actually needs to shift to the left if they want to harness what voters really want. But they’re not actually that progressive, and will try to shoot down candidates who seem too far out of the mainstream.
Even if he wins the race for governor again this year, his name is pretty toxic across a pretty broad spectrum of the left, and obviously a Democrat from NY is not going to win over many more conservative voters. A couple of years ago I would have thought he was an obvious candidate, but now I actually think it would…
Totally agree. Hopefully there’s another option that picks up steam with the public. But given the nature of politics these days, it seems unlikely.
While that occurred to me, there’s no way the Democratic establishment would have tolerated that. And KG needs their support to make a run for the White House in 2020.
I figure Gillibrand is just immensely confident that Cuomo will win. Personally I would have tried to wait for some reliable polling before putting my opinion out there.
I don’t see anyone claiming that she is qualified. She clearly isn’t.
Hi, I’m originally American but have lived in Australia for a while and travel between the two frequently.
I’ve been on there since 2005 as well, and I use it regularly - but plenty of my friends have deleted their accounts or simply don’t log on anymore and don’t even get email notifications. They’ve peaked in the developed world. The most active users I see in my network are 40+ years old or even grandparents.
I don’t think anyone is going to agree on a clear definition of appropriation. Sometimes we agree on what it is and what it isn’t, but there’s no point in expecting everyone to agree all the time.
It sounds ridiculous because all of it is so contrived, but the Brits on reality TV always feel so much more authentic/genuine? Like “I’m actually this much of a dick and I have no qualms about it being broadcast across the globe.”
We haven’t seen the real fireworks yet. I wouldn’t be surprised if they decide to make an example out of her.
I love pop music and consider myself knowledgeable when it comes to pointless celebrity garbage, but if you put a gun to my head and told me to identify each of the four white dudes from One Direction I’d just have to tell you to go ahead and pull the trigger.
Yeah I’m not even into any dating shows but I’ve caught the UK version a few times and was gobsmacked at the trashiness. Like, I could NOT turn it off. There’s literally no point to any of it. Not to find love. Not to win money. Just to be trash.
Bullshit. If a flight attendant said you need to put your puppy in the overhead bin and keep it there for the duration of the light, I would say I can’t do that. I wouldn’t be irate or shout back, because you’re right, these power tripping air crews are not rational human being to be fucked with. But I would gladly be…
Agreed. Meanwhile I freaking LOVED Downton Abbey, and am considering re-watching the entire series.