NBA players dominate the rest of last night’s new TV commercials: James Hardens stars in a spot for Adidas, and Foot Locker has Russell Westbrook telling a young fan to shake of a group of naysayers that include ESPN’s Jalen Rose, CNN’s Sanjay Gupta, Dr. Phil and Melissa Rivers. Finally, LeBron James takes on the Twitter user who dared bet that “The King” hardly drives a Kia.

I’m a Denzel stan but I agree with almost everything you said here however I think the production is better than you give it credit for. It’s definitely not amazing but it doesn’t sound like everything else like what you’re saying. However the lyricism I completely agree with everything you said however Denzel never tries to be a lyricist and in the lane of modern trap rappers he is definitely above average.

Bach, Aria BWV 590 “Il est plus tard que tu ne crois” Quand tu ne rencontreras plus en toi aucun. King’s X King is coming Une immense machinerie Stone Temple Pilots Interstate Love Song Au frigo. Sylvain Tesson, 50 minutes d’intelligence. Sadie isn’t the first person to send a message in a bottle. That title is thought to have gone to Greek philosopher Theophrastus around 310 BCE who wanted to prove that the Mediterranean Sea was connected to the Atlantic Ocean. The oldest message in a bottle was found on a German beach after 108 years! It was released in the North Sea in the early 1900s as part of research into ocean currents..

However, there are definitely elements that make for a meaningful lesson and those elements are wide in scope. For example, there MUST be some sort of way to assess how well students are learning. The getting and giving of feedback is essential for a learning experience.

Another idea worthy of further exploration is the approach of the Worker Rights Consortium, the only monitoring operation of any size that has remained out of the grasp of corporate overseers. (Small local operations such as Central American human rights groups COVERCO and EMIH do admirable work, but the impact is limited) The WRC has propounded a plan that would steer university bookstore buyers in the direction of “better” garment shops (college logo apparel is a $2.3 billion industry). Though students have won agreements at more than two dozen schools, it is difficult for the WRC to recommend even a small number of “better” suppliers mostly due to the lack of real collective bargaining..

What is it about Ross or his music that makes him suitable for this ad? Sure, he looks like an offensive lineman, but I can’t imagine him taking off his shades pretty much ever. He’s a funny guy. Though occasionally his lyrics are extremely offensive/boring to me as a woman, I laugh every time I hear this part of “Maybach Music:”.