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Layla Abdullah is a Resource Coordinator for the Supervised Release program at Brooklyn Justice Initiatives. Abdullah previously interned at Project More, an organization that works to reintegrate formerly incarcerated people into the community and help provide services to their families.He leads the Center's work on a range of national criminal justice reform initiatives, including the Mac Arthur Foundation’s Safety and Justice Challenge.
Speaking of earnings things are still going great so Bears really don’t have much to hold on to other than CAPE and Valuations and “Long in the tooth” and other ways to say “I missed the whole thing so now I have to scare everyone else.” AAPL reported last night and the company appears to be well on their way to Dr. I mean at this point if they hadn’t returned cash to shareholders via dividends they’d have nearly half a TRILLION sitting in checking accounts in Dublin and that random tiny office in Nevada. Heck yea I am, so is Josh Brown and I agree with everything he says in this link. Which means the Bears are about to get pounded by the Packers. 2) Summer is winding down, have back in school kids. The DJIA hit 22,000 for the first time ever so all the people playing at home got excited however the Nasdaq and S&P both sold off most of the session. Let me tell you since that’s the reason you came to this fine recap. Just yesterday I was crushing hot dogs and cold beer on the 4th of July and now it’s freaking August? When August hits a couple things come to mind 1) Football is imminent. Yes, always, there will always be things to wring your hands about but you can’t miss out on years like this ( 10%) because you’re scared of your shadow. This one: the low of 2017 is the first trading day of the year. After the open, AAPL’s 5% gain should’ve driven every single index to new highs but it didn’t and that’s ok.He was previously the director of the Red Hook Community Justice Center and led the planning and rollout of Brooklyn Justice Initiatives.He was also involved in planning the court and clinical operations for Newark Community Solutions."He says he's got a machine for seeing by wireless. 'Stooky Bill' made history as the first moving image on a screen The head of a ventriloquist's dummy called "Stooky Bill" was successfully transmitted to the "televisor" on 2 October, 1925.
The lucky dummy's features were shown at five pictures per second - quickly followed by an office worker named William from downstairs, who unwittingly became the first person to be televised in full tonal range.
600 companies report today and tomorrow so if you are looking for analyst reports at midnight with quotes like “we are cautiously optimistic” this is your week baby.
Because it’s August and no one is paying attention right now.
His first television set used an old hat box, a pair of scissors, some darning needles, a few bicycle light lenses, a used tea chest, and sealing wax and glue.
His landlord eventually asked him to move out of his workshop - and he set up shop in Soho in London instead. One staff member quoted him as saying: "For God's sake, go down to the reception and get rid of a lunatic who's down there.
Many historic sites outside the Minneapolis city limits are associated with pioneers who established missions, farms, and schools in areas that are now suburbs in that metropolitan area.