Corns on the toe are downright painful and definitely cause a lot of discomfort when wearing shoes. I wish the doctor had given some type of antibiotic treatment to my dear Auntie who has a corn on her second toe on the top due to hammertoe. It is irritated by just about any kind of shoe and all the doctor did was try to cut it off with no anesthesia! Yipes.
If you can agree to that premise, then you can get down to ascertaining if the government is doing it in such a way as to not violate our fundamental rights to privacy. But what to do about Corporate spying on individual Americans? Well, it seems nobody wants to do much of anything about this even more intrusive invasion privacy. It seems that so long as the purpose is to earn a profit, invade away, it;s OK; the people don’t seem to care and politicians certainly could give a damn, they are to busy castigating Obama and the NSA for trying to protect us.
While there are plenty of accounts and illustrations that support this theory (some suspiciously from the Middle Ages, centuries after the statue had been destroyed), it’s unlikely that the colossus would have stood over the harbor. For one thing, Chares didn’t have the knowledge, materials or skills to support the weight of a statue in this position. Even more telling, the bustling port city of Rhodes wouldn’t have been able to support its people with the harbor out of commission during the statue’s erection.
SubscriptionsGo to the Subscriptions Centre to manage your:My ProfileCanada’s Jordan Eberle (14) celebrates with teammate Luke Adam (C) after scoring on Team USA’s Jack Campbell as Team USA’s Brian Lashoff (L) follows the play during the third period at the 2010 IIHF U20 World Junior Hockey Championship in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, December 31, 2009. ET). ET).It’s the ninth straight year Canada has played for gold.
Serena Williams’s black catsuit, which she called her “Wakanda inspired” look, by banning the outfit from future tournaments (“One must respect the game and the place,” said the French Tennis Federation president Bernard Giudicelli), it set off a cascade of responses criticizing the change as an example of the sexualization of women, especially black women, while they’re simply trying to execute their job (not to mention the fact that Williams’s Nike designed outfit was specifically designed to avoid post pregnancy health issues). It was summarized pithily by the tennis legend Billie Jean King: “The policing of women’s bodies must end.” This was far from the first time a tennis look pushing the boundaries of fashion triggered censorship on the part of the notoriously conservative tennis establishment nor was it even the first time one of Williams’s own looks was behind the change. It was summarized pithily by the tennis legend Billie Jean King: “The policing of women’s bodies must end.” This was far from the first time a tennis look pushing the boundaries of fashion triggered censorship on the part of the notoriously conservative tennis establishment nor was it even the first time one of Williams’s own looks was behind the change.