Android phones are great in terms of customization and UI, but they lack in a number of departments. First, phone quality. All of my android phones went to shit within a year, 2 only lasted 2+ years (galaxy s5 and 9+). “Imagine a president who publicly announces, ‘I no longer promise to preserve the Constitution,'” they add in the letter. “Such a declaration would not be illegal indeed, the First Amendment would almost certainly bar Congress from making it illegal but the president could still be impeached for betraying the oath of office.”They also argue that the First Amendment, even if it did apply here, is about stopping the government from barring various forms of speech press, religion, assembly, petition not shielding those already in it from the consequences of the actions they have encouraged with their words. Under free speech rules, people can still be punished for directly inciting lawless action, which is the essence of the charges against Mr Trump..
The European Commission said the deal between the world’s largest supplier of eyewear and Europe’s largest optical retail chain could also reduce competition, confirming a story on Jan. 31. It will decide by June 22 whether to clear or block the deal.”In this consolidating market, we need to carefully assess whether the proposed merger would lead to higher prices or reduced choices for consumers when they visit their local optician,” European Competition Commissioner Margrethe Vestager said in a statement.Retailers and rival lens makers have voiced concerns to the EU watchdog, sources had told .
It can’t be its intention, but the theming and details in this spot are so rich, there’s a danger of overlooking the for sale merchandise. The signage outside indicates this is the Royal Street Jazz Preservation Hall, and inside there’s a jazz club, with musical instruments set up for a band called the Tributes in a corner (and many, many masks for sale). Then things get more salty with a graveyard and pirate moments (ropes, rum, etc.).
These exciting pieces provide us with a glimpse into that stage in her development when the painterly techniques of her earlier work ran headlong into the more freewheeling design concerns that drove her work forward in the 1990s.” Robert AyresARTnews, Summer 2005″Moving away from the dense packed compositions full of bright color juxtaposed with dark, hovering, ominous shapes, Sochynsky is finding a new voice in small whimsical floating objects. Individual shapes, often ambiguous and imbued with a personal twist, rendering them momentarily reminiscent of recognizable forms. And yet they simultaneously obscure any particular association, as they hover hauntingly reminding of us of the often surreal juxtaposition of images found in her monumental works.