She needs the speech rewritten on the fly, so she has to vamp on her way up the aisle to buy time. Of course, if you’re greeting her in those moments, you don’t think she’s buying time, you just think she’s an idiot. And maybe later, you tell that to the press, and now other people think she’s an idiot, because they don’t know that she was trying to give her staff time to rewrite a speech..
In retrospect, I think some of the disarray comes from the employees. Lately there has been checkers (one boy, one girl both late teens) that acted strangely. They didn care about the accuracy of the checkout and were almost resentful. Yet, as a capitalist enterprise, the main purpose of the Eurocentric media media created by and reflecting the worldview of people of European descent is to create and maintain consumers of all age. And the Eurocentric media is experiencing steady growth and rapid consolidation. The top media corporation that have “dominant” power over American culture have shrunk to only ten.(Ben Bagdikian) Although one of the, AOL Time Warner, is now headed by Richard Parsons, a Black man, the top echelon is almost completely White.
The exhibition also includes several works by John Singer Sargent, including his enormous, horizontal 1919 painting “Gassed,” borrowed from the Imperial War Museums in London. This is a showstopper, not because it captures the agony of war, but because it underscores the range of confusion the war inspired in so many people. “Gassed” shows two groups of young man with their eyes bandaged, each holding on to the shoulder of the man in front as they progress from the battlefield to what is likely a hospital tent just outside of view.
Broennimann, O. Brokovich, E. Bromfield, Kate Bromham, L. I asked her how we could improve our practices, short of everyone purchasing a $500 crate. For dogs 15 pounds and lighter, she suggests full containment in a carrier, and for larger dogs, harnesses are a solid option. Just make sure not to undermine the performance of a harness by adding an extension tether, she said.
She first attended the Cooper Union School of Design in 1866, studying there until 1870 with William Rimmer, Edwin Forbes, Robert Swain Gifford and George Edmund Butler. There, she took classes with her friend Helena de Kay. From 1871 to 1875 she studied at the Antique School of National Academy of Fine Arts, during which time she shared an apartment with de Kay and took painting lessons from the painter John La Farge.