Corner stores in Manhattan give you what a old school greek diner gave you food wise. That why we have abundance of popup stores in such spaces in Manhattan and developed portions of Brooklyn ( think Williamsburg, Dumbo, Park Slope )Most of the complains are coming from old timers, such as the ones that live in rent regulated or rent controlled apartments sometimes paying $250 a month for FOUR BEDROOM. I sure what they would really want is that the stores where they shop were also regulated so they could pay 3% of the prices those who showed up after them pay.
Don’t call anyone a bird brain unless you are complimenting them. In the last couple decades, researchers worldwide have been discovering how amazing bird brains are. That should not be a surprise since feathered winged animals that fly have been evolving on earth for more than 150 million years, according to recent genetic analyses..
A fiddle leaf fig needs moist, but well drained soil to stay healthy. The plant will suffer when it gets too little water, or too much water, which drowns roots and encourages bacterial leaf spot. Over or under watering can lead to browning, drooping leaves.
That inflated the price of bread by at least $1.50 between 2001 and 2015.The Competition Bureau investigation began in March 2015 after whistleblowers at Weston Bakeries, its parent company George Weston Ltd. And Loblaw, the country biggest grocery chain, approached the federal department to disclose their participation in the alleged activity, and were granted immunity from prosecution.Loblaw and George Weston (Loblaw largest shareholder) admitted publicly in a December 2017 press release to a role in an price fixing arrangement involving certain packaged bread products. Metro and Giant Tiger have all previously denied participating in any alleged scheme and Walmart Canada has previously declined comment, citing the ongoing Competition Bureau investigation..
JUST imagine no, go on, try that you are Melania Trump, unhappy in the White House. You are a good looking ex model from humble origins in Slovenia who arrived in America determined to find wealth and security by marrying a rich man, and achieved that goal; only to find him making an unexpected run for the White House. You voted for Hillary, and assumed everyone else would do the same.
It’s a well known story that in 1984, Ronald Reagan’s campaign for reelection tried to use Bruce Springsteen’s blue collar protest anthem “Born in the USA” as a rallying cry. By now, most people understand that a song about a Vietnam Vet who ends up unemployed and in jail isn’t exactly an endorsement of trickle down economics. What you might not know is that you probably made the exact same mistake as Reagan about the admittedly less awesome John Mellencamp song “Our Country.”.