I saw the University of Florida national championship team play, and Joaquin Noah looks like he was assembled from spare parts. Even weirder looking in person than on TV. He was a beast though, hustled on absolutely every play.
Perhaps the rankings are not intended strictly as a measure of alcohol tolerance.Those rankings are comically arbitrary anyway. UGA was #1 in 2010, and fell out of the top 10 in 2013. Nothing changed on campus, the survey just came out a little differently.
Those shows are more than just scripted, they're full of convenient lies.My dad did an episode of Curb Appeal, gave the people a ~40% discount since it was a promotional thing. The show reported that the cost of the job was half of the discounted cost. Every sales lead they got was basically useless, everyone was expecting them to do the work below cost.
Such a perfect condensation of consultant mentality. You can't just steamroll everyone a week in. You have no credibility, even if you're right by the numbers. It's even worse if you're a permanent employee and not a consultant.Why are people always surprised when they're the new hire with a bunch of ideas for how to make everything run better and they face resentment for it? Of course people are going to resent you. You have to be at least in management to get away...
That's their standing policy. It's not especially popular, but that's how they do things.
Many of the times when measurements are wrong, it's because customer provided measurements don't match up with how Luxire does measurements. Is it a gross error, or something that could be accounted for by this sort of error? Obviously Luxire does make mistakes, but this seems to be common with first-time customers.