While watching Star Trek: Generations we knew something was wrong when, during a face off with the movie’s main bad guy with Captain Picard, Kirk tells Picard to hold off the bad guy for him. James T. Kirk passing the chance to punch a dude? That’s like a heroin addict saying, “Man, can you shoot up my stash for me? I got an errand to run.”.
We are investigating various ways to improve the discord and how to remove the toxicity. While we wanted to be less strict on the rules versus what allowed on the sub, there definitely a line that shouldn be crossed. If you see any toxic users, report them in the issues channel so that an active mod can get to it as soon as possible..
You get zero enjoyment out of watching the Cowboys. You sit in front of the TV and analyze fucking EVERYTHING because you apparently know the most about this sport, especially the QB position. Nobody has ever said you can have a frank discussion, but you never do.
Mr. MIKE BELL (GM Employee): Everybody understands that GM needs to make more money, be more profitable, be competitive, and it’s, you know, it’s a free market and free trade now, so I mean it’s stiff competition out there and there’s so many different vehicles. You didn’t have that in the ’70s and ’80s.
Swinney far from the only sports figure to trademark a name or slogan. Pat Riley has dibs on even though none of his teams ever won three straight titles. Jeremy Lin filed papers for Linsanity. The ad does not express fictional orientation the same way the Nike ad does, yet it still presents viewers with a brief storyline. With features such as Messi, Bale, James, zil, Mller and Rubio, Adidas creates a visually stunning short film that, similar to Nike’s ad, focuses attention on a particular protagonist. However, Adidas takes the approach of hiding the characters face throughout the length of the ad.
There’s hair flipping, ass moving, and theatrics. At one point, Sydney got off her bike and started foot pumping. Part performer, part inspiration coach, she made the class different from any other spinning I’ve ever done. The California law allows citizens to sue companies that conduct “false and misleading” advertising. The First Amendment gives broad protections to political or artistic expression based on the legal doctrine that, except in cases of “actual malice,” even false statements should be permitted in the interest of robust debate. But commercial speech, including but not limited to advertising, has traditionally been accorded less protection in the interest of fighting consumer fraud..