It’s hard to justify paying that hefty a price for a designer labeled pair when you can buy a far less expensive model at Target that was made in the same facility and is essentially a copy of its designer counterpart.Most Read Life StoriesYour guide to the top 10 ski areas within a 5 hour drive of Seattle VIEWWild Ginger turns 30 how is this institution of Seattle dining holding up?Seattle area restaurants that will be open on Christmas 2019A year into her succession plan, Harriet Bullitt prepares for Sleeping Lady to ‘thrive beyond my lifetime’Inside Olympic National Park is one of the hidden gems of Pacific Northwest skiingThe way to assess value is to buy from a store that offers great advice, where you’ll be told whether more expensive frames warrant their higher price tags or if you’re better off going with a lesser known brand. Many independent retailers stock a wide variety of frames. Some companies don’t sell any Luxottica products.
The 90 second ad from BBDO, directed by Furlined’s Dougal Wilson, is perhaps the most extreme mashup of the series to date. The campaign, which aims to cement AT status as an entertainment player, debuted last summer with cinematic spots that unexpectedly morphed from one genre to another a rom com became a horror film while an actioner switched to a musical. It went on to feature a feel good sports film that transformed into a sci fi thriller..
Politics, however, plays out in even more perverse ways than this. Take, for instance, the fact that India regularly loses around 30 percent of the power it produces due to “line loss” the technical term for waste, fraud, and abuse. While line loss is in part due to systemic inefficiencies, poor infrastructure, and illegal power connections, many believe that politicians engage in “politically motivated theft.” A recent study by researchers at the University of California, Los Angeles and University of Michigan shows that line losses operate on an electoral cycle in Uttar Pradesh, the country’s most populous state, with more than 200 million residents.
We’re then introduced to Paige, played by Lindsey Shaw, formerly of ABC Family’s short lived series “10 Thing I Hate About You.” Paige is the first blatantly homophobic presence on the show. Her jab about Emily preferring the breaststroke was nothing compared to her attempting to hold Em’s head under water. (Think the Paige storyline will mimic that of Kurt’s closeted bully on “Glee,” or is she just threatened by Emily’s skills?).