or Connect
New Posts  All Forums:

Posts by Hawkeye

Quote: Originally Posted by edinatlanta Why don't Americans like this more? Because it adds to an already long season, and it increases the possibility of your best players getting hurt before the season starts.
It seems that news of the current economic crisis has yet to reach fans of the Prancing Horse -- despite daily reports of closing banks and tightening credit, the folks at Maranello are still enjoying a banner year, and worries that the new Ferrari California's presumed softness would hurt it in the marketplace appear to be unfounded as the retractable-hardtop GT is already sold out until 2011. Currently on display at the Paris Motor Show, the California shares a...
http://blog.newsweek.com/blogs/stump...y-fashion.aspx
Next Friday is my last day at my company. They gave me two months severance, all PTO about 80 hours. I see it the same way, an opportunity, I've been at my job 2.5 years and it was definitely time to move on. I'm gonna do some traveling and visit friends from college out west for about a month. The recruiter who got me this job called me the other day and I'll probably go see him before I leave and hopefully something might come up when I get back.
"You can't sit on a lead and run a few plays into the line and just kill the clock. You've got to throw the ball over the damn plate and give the other man his chance. That's why baseball is the greatest game of them all." -Earl Weaver
Congrats Phillies. I went to the Sox game two nights ago... Should'a bought tickets for game 5.
Isn't McCain limited to the $84M he took from the government? With public financing, McCain has to stretch his $84 million from early September through Election Day
Quote: Originally Posted by tundrafour Does anyone have any background information on Obama's supposed $3 million overhead projector? "Ironically, the $3 million request was eventually rejected and the planetarium never received the funds, Knappenberger said. "
Quote: Originally Posted by bsyde82 a question about Den....what happens to the stock of previous designers once the store starts carrying someone else? does it go to Odin or something? I think so, I walked by yesterday and wondered why there were so many cp's being displayed in the window of Odin. Just didn't make the connection. The Geller stuff went on sale, then to the Odins.
EG is at Den... As we've reported time and again, Den, the small ("cozy" in Manhattan real-estate parlance) space next to Odin's East Village store has become a second home for emerging designers or popular indie labels without a boutique to call their own—a guest-room futon in the world of fashion retail, if you will. Previous residences by Tim Hamilton, Robert Geller, and others have given Den the designer bona fides of a much larger operation while offering shoppers...
New Posts  All Forums: