A preemptive fuck you to everyone. All you do is say you want to kill yourself yet somehow i always the 14 year old and you all so mature, Jesus Christ go to hot topic and listen to My Chemical Romance and cry or something. There nothing mature about being suicidal, sad, depressed, sympathetic, or any of that lame emo shit you all love so much, that is childish, and every adult understands that fact.
And sitting on top of his head is that great Stetson hat. No cowboy is complete without one. Timothy Olyphant is to the cowboy hat what Michael Jordan is to Nike sneakers. “It was a pretty long process. After my visit I really like Indiana, but I wanted to take a couple of more visits first,” Ziemba said. “It’s been great though.
Whether that’s true or not, this is a turning point. Emily Bell, the founding director of the Tow Center for Digital Journalism at Columbia’s Graduate School of Journalism, tweeted on Monday: “What Facebook demonstrates via the somewhat inevitable Infowars decision, is that editorial decisions do not scale, they are culturally specific and liable to change over time. Put that in your algorithm.”.
But preventing them typically involves one of two things getting involved in nation building (a la Wal Mart’s donations in Bangladesh), or diversifying supply chains and moving them closer to customers (which is increasingly the practice of large multinational firms like Caterpillar, which pushes “localnomics” not only to reduce risk but also energy costs involved in the transport of goods from far flung places). Eric Olson, a senior VP at BSR, a non profit that works with 250 global companies on sustainability and issues like supply chain strategy, says that events like those in Bangladesh are encouraging a number of companies to rethink far flung supply chains, and move business closer to home. “Even if multinationals are policing their direct suppliers, it’s impossible for them to investigate every small scale, household operation surrounding those factories,” he says, noting that he’s seeing the trend towards more local sourcing amongst white goods makers, electronics firms, and automotive companies, because of high energy costs.
As members of the President’s manufacturing council stepped down, CEOs from Intel, Apple and JP Morgan responded to Trump’s lack of condemnation for racist behaviour with Doug McMillion, CEO of Walmart, commenting, “As we watched the events and the response from President Trump over the weekend, we too felt that he missed a critical opportunity to help bring our country together by unequivocally rejecting the appalling actions of whitesupremacists.” Trump’s reversal of policy on climate change in March was also met with corporate critique. Amid claims that “Climate change is real!”, Mars Inc, Staples and The Gap publicly challenged the President’s decision to dismantle Obama’s stretching clean power plan. Corporate America vs Trump has shown that, for better or worse, business leaders no longer believe that their economic position precludes explicit political activism..