Low key, no stress, no pressure, no pretensions. Just a relaxing experience with nice staff. Will be back!. Sandra:Well exciting things as always on the podcast, but the first one has got to be about predictions. We’ve had December, January and thebeginning of February all littered with articles about the next five big technologies, the ten things in 2019, the 15, ah, disruptive innovations, the five techs that would change the world. So we have to address predictions today.
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As an Australian with private health insurance I found it cheaper after health fund rebate to get my multi focals in Australia rather than Samui. I also used Sawang Optical for one set of spectacles and was very happy with them, but I since replaced them in Aus with good results and a cheaper price. In fact, just ordered multi focal rimless transition lenses (Pentax thin and light) and multifocal sunglasses for driving for a total of $505 AUD including frames and options.
But its 143 residents didn’t exactly movethere for literal quiet. Green Bank is located in eastern West Virginia, in what’s known as the National Radio Quiet Zone, where radio transmissions are heavily restricted and cellphones are scarce, all in service of actual radio silence for the world’s largest steerable radio telescope. The Robert C.
And once and for all stop pandering to the taxi industry to garner their cash contributions and votes.Enough is enough.Stu Orpen, North VancouverWho’s really out of step here?This last ditch attempt by the greedy taxi industry to keep out ride hailing reminds me of an old story. During soldiers marching in the Second World War a mother turned to her friend and said: look dear, all of the soldiers are out of step except for my son. Taxi industry is losing more customer respect every time they come up with another feeble excuse to keep out Uber and Lyft.
That could be particularly true of artists with fully stocked arsenals of crowd pleaser tracks, like Disclosure (young, deep house world beaters whose second album, Caracal, was released in September and received largely warm but tempered notices) and Armand Van Helden (one half of the Grammy winning duo Duck Sauce, and one of the most important house music producers of the ’90s). So, yes, when they teamed up on the rave boat, the enormous hits were all present. (The Lawrence Brothers’ “When a Fire Starts to Burn” and “White Noise”? Armand’s “U Don’t Know Me” and his remix of Tori Amos’s “Professional Widow”? Check and double check.) But what made their pairing work so well weren’t the surprises, but in hearing those classics, and a slew of other big records, put together with true party rocking zeal..