A customer cheers with staff members of Apple Inc. At the new store in Hong Kong’s upscale International Financial Center Mall Saturday, Sept. 24, 2011. Also I must say /u/stitchpirate has hit the nail on the head here with regard to the NYC zeitgeist. Since moving here I have also felt (after a brief adjustment period) that I can kind of just “be myself” when I out and about. If I feeling shitty, or feeling anxiety at the moment, I don feel like I have to put up a facade or a fake smile just to dodge people prying eyes or questions.

The state unemployment rate has plummeted to 7.4 percent from 8.8 percent, the sharpest drop in the country. In part, that is because more jobless workers are connecting with work. But an even greater number of workers have simply given up on finding a job.

Risking Fred’s wrath if she were to be discovered, Sara sneaked into Fred’s basement office safe where she discovered papers she believed to be very important. No one realized it at the time, but these documents were proof of a money laundering scheme Fred had developed by creating offshore shell bank accounts used by his drug dealing clients. In turn, the laundered funds were used as start up funding for some of Atlanta’s nightclubs that were a hotbed for illegal drugs..

Needs better anticipation of when routes open up. Next to no mobility. Struggles to elude early pressure. Gardeners, if you’ve wondered what those tempting tomatoes taste like, but don’t have room to grow them all, head out to the Taste of Tomato in Boulder. Sponsored by Harlequin’s Gardens and Growing Gardens of Boulder County, the Taste of Tomato is an opportunity to sample the love apple in their many forms stripes, color, shape and size. Saturday, Aug.

The Nike CampaignBy the 1990s, disturbing stories were coming from many of the Nike factories throughout the world. Some described child labor, wages well below the poverty level and forced overtime. Others told of physical abuse from factory overseers, exposure to dangerous chemicals and poor air quality.

We don’t know much about what causes earworms, but it could be the repeating of the neural circuits that represent the melody in our brains. It might also have to do with some of the findings of researchers Alan Baddely and Graham Hitch, and the model of working memory, the part of the brain that practices and repeats verbal information [source: Models of Working Memory]. In 1974 Baddely and Hitch discovered what they called the phonological loop, which is composed of the phonological store (your “inner ear,” which remembers sounds in chronological order) and the articulatory rehearsal system (your “inner voice,” which repeats these sounds in order to remember them).