I do think that Bob Iger is probably worth a lot of what he gets paid. The bigger question is — why is the company able to give Bob Iger so many incentives, but can’t pay their employees (especially their park employees) a living wage. If Disney has the money to pay Bob Iger so much, it probably also has the money to…
You’re not wrong on the numbers but speaking as a former Disneyland employee of 7 years who was homeless for part of that time (living in my car in the Disneyland employee lot and showering in cast costuming), $300 would mean the world to most Disney employees.
And she’s given away 70 million over the last 30 years. What’s your point?
I mean you can read it that way. It's a stupid way to read it, but sure.
It’s easy to shit on Iger, but think about this: Walt Disney Company made 56 billion last year. They could have given everyone a 15% raise and paid Iger his full wage and bonus, and still have over 55 billion left. It’s not even close to an either/or situation.
Two things in this episode that almost never happen in the show:
I think Tormund is safe. They need a POV character for the Free Folk. Not sure why you think the Night King and Ice Dragon are done next episode. I’d put money on the heroes losing the battle, and having to retreat to the Iron Islands (why else have Yara mention it), before some last stand in King’s Landing.
I hope they give him valaryan armor and a Dragonglass spiked collar!
He was one week from retirement
He’s buying the farm alright.
Arya got some. I’m sure there is a Needle joke somewhere.
Florence and the Machine I think?
Also now would be a good time for Howland Reed to show up
Hey, all other great moments aside, we FINALLY got to see GHOST again!
Eh, he’s no TAMMY
Just because it wasn’t done this way doesn’t make it pseudoscience - it is most certainly very real science. You might want to get your blood pressure checked though....
You took an awful lot of words to say “I’m not an engineer and this doesn’t fascinate me, so we shouldn’t spend time one this”
P.S. If you are in an engineering field, kindly stop. Brute force is not how humans became the top of the food chain and it certainly won’t be the basis for us to continue to progress.
You did, but rice, in my experience rarely takes more than 45 minutes to cook, so you’re not getting the full benefits of that little leaf.
Also, when I add it to rice (and really anything in which you’re using a bay leaf), I tend to toast the rice and the bay leaf at the beginning. I’ve found that heating the bay…
Bay leaves impart a subtle flavor and are especially important for dishes that cook longer than an hour. This home cook does not approve of these wishy washy bay leaf takes.