No longer a citizen of one exclusive nation, Garry claimed his status as a citizen of the world. Why would Garry Davis, a Broadway actor and comedian who just wanted to make people laugh, give up his US citizenship in favor of world citizenship? To answer that question, I will need to take you back to the early s.
Before getting into yesterday, let me tell you about today. This morning to be specific.
It is absolutely beautiful outside! The water a mirror. A blue and white sky. If today ended at this moment, it would have been a perfect day.
My yesterday was easy going all day. Just flowed along from one pleasant experience to another. I have to find a new word. Babysitting does not seem to fit any more.
Robert and Ally are big. They act like adults. We decided to order two things and share. A meatball sub and four cheese pizza. We agreed the sub was outstanding. None of us were completely pleased with the pizza. One of the cheeses was gorgonzola. I enjoy gorgonzola on a salad.
But heated and melted on top a pizza, too rich! We tried to figure out what the cheese was that was adversely affecting the pizza. Robert came up with the gorgonzola The grandkids wanted to make their own pizzas.
Unfortunately, there was no room at the bar.
Four other kids were seated making theirs. We agreed, another time. Took a three hour nap in the afternoon. Always a good crowd fridays.
Chatted at length with David. Hellos exchanged with Don, Hershel, Erika, Toni, and others.
They had just finished dinner with friends. The room was relatively quiet. I sat at the corner of the bar.
A few locals nodded hello. My reading material while eating. Mike Emerson was playing the guitar and singing. I enjoy his work and him personally. The music was nostalgic. Not because I researched it. I preferred the Cary Grant one.
Harmony and Andrew were working the bar. Harmony took care of me so I did not have a chance to chat with Andrew.The subscription details associated with this account need to be updated. Please update your billing details here to continue enjoying your subscription.
Download-Theses Mercredi 10 juin In the article, “Going for the Look, but Risking Discrimination,” the author Steven Greenhouse states that many retail companies are continuously searching for workers who are “sexy, sleek or simply good looking” to enhance the image of the company.
Lemon Bay High School Intensive Reading Going for the Look, but Risking Discrimination by Steven Greenhouse The New York Times, July 13, 1 A funny thing happens when Elizabeth Nill, a sophomore at Northwestern University, goes shopping at Abercrombie & Fitch. 1) IN THIS CORNER: Hiring based on attractiveness can lead to a discrimination claim "IN THIS CORNER: Hiring based in attractiveness can lead to discrimination." September 16, "Going for the Look, but Risking Discrimination," Vocabulary from the article May 7, By pfmlures.com (NY) For The New York Times, Steven Greenhouse reports on a .