The Mercedes demo on the show floor took the form of a virtual drive in a simulator through San Francisco with points of interest circled, the idea being you could gesture to get more information. The gesture you’d use in a busy urban area might be a raised middle finger because of the potential information overload: restaurant, bar, jewelry shops, tour bus stops, bridge and tunnel congestion. And that’s even before you wonder who’s providing the POI information and is it there because it’s the best, or because it pays the automaker the best.
Dancing away the racism of murderous cops won’t actually do anything. But thanks for trying!A bit insensitive as you’re a person with a platform to voice their concern, you should be doing a lot more. Having your adopted black son dance ain’t going to force change to happenHowever, the comments on the same video on Instagram were much more positive with one user writing: “I looooove this!” Another said, “So good David.”.
On the old, 1893 (but surveyed earlier), geological map, of which a small part is provided above, Calshot Spit is shown long before the development of Fawley Power Station. Note particularly the Barton Clay and Barton Sand outcrops nearby, the originally greater extension of the estuarine alluvium, and the (in purple) Pleistocene gravel on the high ground. It is believed (in 2018) that it is possible that the construction of new houses might take place somewhere in the area.
The nomination of the former Speaker of the House of Commons will not be passed on the Queen for approval because he is the subject of an investigation into alleged wrongdoing and will not pass a “propriety test” unless he is cleared before the nominations are sent. Former senior parliamentary official Lt General David Leakey is among the complainants. Leakey, who served as Black Rod, accused Bercow of “intolerable rudeness and explosive behaviour” in a report passed to the parliamentary commissioner for standards..
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At least, this is what they want us to believe, and perhaps in the beginning they actually do believe this. When it comes down to it, though, censorship is inherently selfish. Curbing creative thought and creative actions to match a pre designated ideal stifles freedom.