In , 11 Australian commandos , all white, disguised themselves as Malay fishermen by dyeing their skin brown and boarding a fishing boat. They sailed through 2, miles of Japanese-controlled ocean from Australia to Singapore. At one point they even traveled right alongside a Japanese warship without them noticing anything strange which was good, because none of the commandos could speak Malay. They then took canoes right into Singapore Harbor, where they blew up seven Japanese ships before escaping. So racism is OK as long as you have plenty of bombs and canoes. Somehow, this totally worked, and she snagged the plans to a fort and the identities of some Confederate spies before ” escaping ” back to Union lines. Yet neither of her identities were allowed to vote. He found it in two Iraqi troops who were holding up the offensive. Hughes was ordered to take them out. And not out to dinner, unless they both ordered a lead steak.
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We all sit in the freezing cold. We watch the final culmination of years of effort to see our friend and boss become President of the United States. Then for the senior team, you get on a bus and they take you to the White House. They drop you off, and someone shows you your office. At the night after the second full day, the President and First Lady hosted a staff party for people who had worked on the transition, the campaign and the Inaugural Committee.
I missed almost the entire party because I was still in the Lower Press Office figuring out how the next day we were going to send a video link to the weekly address.
Dec 22, · You can’t “unsend” an email. “That’s a farce,” says David Gitkos, vice president of forensic services for Global Digital Forensics. “It’ll put a red line through it on the receiver’s screen, but.
Share shares ‘A bacterial infection is usually more focused and more painful than a viral infection, although viral infections can still be uncomfortable. A virus will also affect the whole respiratory system and nasal passages, not just the throat. Use a humidifier to counteract the drying effect of central heating Eat oranges, high in vitamin C, and oysters, abundant in zinc Gargle with salty water because it will help to loosen mucus Drink tea – it can provide a lift without adding to the dryness DON’T: Drink hot-toddies and coffee because alcohol and caffeine are dehydrating Take aspirin.
The over-counter-drug can dampen your immune response Speak too much because over-using your throat can make you feel worse Smoke or vape during the period of infection There is some evidence that taking vitamin C, found in oranges left , will shorten the duration of an infection, says Alasdair Mace, an Ear, Nose and Throat consultant based at Charing Cross and St Mary’s Hospitals in London. But there’s a catch. There are around a hundred different variants of rhinovirus — one of the most common cold bugs — and each variant is constantly mutating to evade our immune defences, it’s impossible for us to fight off every virus and bacteria we encounter.
Research for Ultra Chloraseptic, a fast-acting anaesthetic throat spray, confirms that nine out of ten adults will suffer at least one sore throat a year, and one in ten people will succumb to five or more infections annually. Gargling with salty water will help loosen mucus and draw excess fluid out of inflamed throat tissue, Mr Mace added. This not only eases symptoms, but will also removes some virus, which gives your immune system a better shot at fighting off the infection.
There are a number of different numbing agents available in over-the-counter sprays but the most effective is benzocaine, which is found only in Ultra Chloraseptic. It works almost instantly and has an excellent safety profile. Zinc, abundant in oysters, may also help shorten the duration of an infection, Mr Mace claims.
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When is the Chequers summit? Ministers have reportedly been told to surrender their phones Image: Jay Allen The Cabinet is being summoned to Chequers from 9. Ministers have reportedly been told to surrender their phones to prevent leaks. They have also reportedly been warned the meeting could drag on for more than 12 hours until 10pm. Expect the full gamut of all the Tories you love Image: AFP The entire Cabinet of more than 20 ministers is expected to be at the summit. This is more than Theresa May’s strong inner circle, the Brexit ‘war Cabinet’, that met at Chequers last time.
Importantly, the full Cabinet is thought to have more of a ‘soft Brexit’ majority than the inner circle. This could change the result. What’s this all about? Fundamentally it’s about two words – hard or soft? Do we want Hard Brexit or Soft Brexit?
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Are you going to Comic Con in ? I hope your holidays involved lots of parties, presents and Christmas cookies – and if you were freezing in the Northeast like I was, a fireplace. But now’s the time to think about where you really want to go and when you need to make it happen. If you’re still new to Comic Con life and all of its reservations, badge sales and budgeting, you might think of going to a Con as some kind of fun activity that either “works out” or it doesn’t.
But that’s just not true.
Mar 14, · Guys, I published this post back in November, Since most of us have to work with women, we need to know how to deal with ‘the question’ at work. What is ‘the question’? Why don’t we have a woman in our lives?
Bedtime Stories 1. Determined not to accept the ban without a fight, the group resolves to force itself back onto the screen by hijacking the jewel in the corporation’s Christmas crown – a live production of A Christmas Carol, staged by an infinitely more esteemed cast. What follows is an anarchic hour of TV in which the performers quickly find themselves out of their depth, with no idea how to direct a live studio, or handle the special effects necessary to bring Dickens’ perennial festive favourite to life.
Plus, there’s the small matter of the real cast, who are less than impressed at having their screen-time stolen by a band of inept replacements 2. Shrek Forever After 3. BBC An extended special featuring highlights of David Attenborough’s recent series, journeying from the intense heat of the tropics to the planet’s frozen poles and through to its unexplored depths to reveal new worlds and extraordinary never-seen-before animal behaviours 5pm – Film: It soon becomes clear that Miss Dandy Jennifer Saunders , who runs Twilight Towers, is up to something bad so Grandpa stages an audacious escape in his beloved Spitfire, helped by grandson Jack.
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Spring TV Preview: Your Complete Guide to the Season’s Premieres. Westworld and The Handmaid’s Tale are returning, in addition to plenty of new shows to obsess over.
Hit the Ground Running: The transition from student to professional can be a rough one. In college, your time was clearly structured, and the expectations pretty easy to understand. More importantly, you were basically only responsible for you; if you decided to slack off, skip class, or phone-in assignments, you only hurt yourself and maybe your tuition-paying parents.
Now you have a supervisor, a team of co-workers, and a whole company relying on you and the work you do every day. If you mess up or flake out, you burden other people and can negatively affect a business and the lives of the people that business employs. In addition to looking out for others, you still have your own future to consider. The economy continues to putter along, and the job market is highly competitive.
Beyond that, you can be a great employee who adds value to not only the company, but to the people around you that you work with every day. With that in mind, the first impression you make at your new job counts for a lot and can help set you up for future success.
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Email Last Updated Dec 22, The only reason he brings in revenue is because he never got married gee, wonder why and can stay out boozing with clients ’til half-past Jimmy Kimmel. He gets by on Tic-Tacs, Visine, and the hard work of others. Mapquest lists him as a detour on the road to success. If only you had just forwarded those observations to your buddy instead of accidentally hitting “reply all,” and sending your thoughts to everyone in your work group — including your boss.
Who knew that, in the information age, “send” would become a four-letter word? The inadvertent delivery of nasty emails to the wrong boxes such as this list of “office hotties” at PriceWaterhouseCoopers that’s making the rounds now can be mortifying at best, job-destroying at worst. In , Stephen J. Dubner, coauthor of the bestseller Freakonomics, blogged quite openly about an email exchange he’d had with researchers he wished to interview. The exchange went bad and he wrote to his coauthor, Steven Levitt, about the “bunch of liars” he’d been dealing with.
Well, he accidentally sent it to one of the liars himself. Several years ago, CNN reported the story of Jamie Diamond, an employee at a public relations firm, who emailed his boss about how to deal with a client.