ELIZABETH DILLER (architoct): The Statue of Liberty negotiates a life inside and outside the media: it’s a postcard image and an elaborate viewing tower overlooking another postcard image. It’s also an inhabitable colossus that negotiates two radically different systems of logic one for the figural exterior and another entirely discrete system for the nonfigural interior. You might imagine the interior armature would faithfully take the form of an analogue skeleton.
Beside the point though. If it was an exercise in public relations then why were they trying to keep it secret at times so that Harry could actually serve without the media telling everyone where he was stationed? I no PR expert but I think the first step of PR is to actually tell the public shit worth hearing about. And I guessing you believe none of the royals have any self agency what so ever then?.
Not trying to be critical I just thought you maybe consider that next time. It fucked up either way. Don worry about making sure people know you aren a fan. I guess it was fear of burning out that kept me away from roads last year but since I have nothing to really worry about I thought that I might as well. All my runs have been easy runs which means no tempo workouts, speed, or anything save for some strides. My mileage progression has been 24 30 37 miles leading up to the race on Thursday.
Paul Kim and Ken Lo started off slinging handcrafted ice cream out of a smart cart at outdoor markets, eventually opening this edgy ice cream parlor on Manhattan Lower East Side in the summer of 2015. They have since joined the ranks of NYC most experimental ice cream innovators, offering a constantly rotating array of bold flavor combinations. One of the debut combinations, Mahjong, merged Chinese and Belgian staples with a mix of jasmine tea, white peach and lambic in a refreshing sorbet.
I highly recommend it. I am now going barefoot inside the house all year. It took a while to toughen up my legs, ankles feet, but it was worth it in the end. I blame the electoral college. And Citizens United. And lobbying in Washington in general..