The multimillionaire Academy Award winning actress was so drunk that she said hilariously ridiculous things to the officer, including the lie that she was pregnant. These two clips from her arrest video prove how drunk she actually was, which is probably better for her image than her just being a huge jerk.In the first clip, Witherspoon approaches the officer as her husband is doing a field sobriety test and says, “Can I say something? I’m pregnant and I need to use the restroom.”The officer tells her that there is nowhere for her to go, and says that if she gets out of the car again, she will be arrested. Which is exactly what happened next.In the second clip, Witherspoon puts on her constitutional scholar cap and attempts to tell the police officer what is and what is not illegal.”I’d like to know what’s going on.
Finally he leaned back in his chair, turning his eyes down to the notes he made (few) and then looking over at Alex. What do you think?So loveater is this giant head that eats people in love and stuff and obviously Ladybug had to prevent it from destroying Paris. As a result, she went to Master Fu to take a miraculous but as she was sad about Adrien instead of choosing the bee miraculous she decided to take the dragon one and give it to Kagami (basically because she didn’t want her around her crush).
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More striking, however, are the questions posed by Murray’s closing chapter, which asks the very real question of how does someone like Rosetti, and this kind of life and legacy, get forgotten? How did the history of the Classical Era get simplified down, as Neal Zaslaw laments, as “the least well represented in the area of scholarly publication” and boiled down to being “simply the age of Haydn, Mozart, and perhaps Gluck”? 2 Again, the question is an open door for a new generation of scholars to continue Murray’s work on composers such as Antonio Rosetti, to along the way discover that while we don’t have to deal with periwigs in 2014, many of the issues that contemporary musicians and composers struggle with today have been negotiated and renegotiated in order to define ‘success’ for quite some time. I’m sure more than a few of today’s musicians wouldn’t mind citing this text to argue for bringing back wine and beer as part of their benefits package (99), but I think the violists would definitely take issue with doubling on horn again. In Musicology and Violin Performance from the University of California, Los Angeles, is the Guest Director of the UCLA Early Music Ensemble, and is active as a baroque violinist and violist throughout the United States.