After stretching, I always warm up my leg muscles with a quarter mile walk. It is equally as important to cool down after each workout. Your heart rate needs time to slow down. But I finally found my happy pace when I started running. I used to say I wouldn’t run unless I was being chased. Then, I suddenly became the girl that liked to hit the treadmill and go outside to just run until I couldn’t run anymore.
It then analysed the resources being linked to by these tweets, and whether these resources were still accessible, had been preserved in a digital archive, or had ceased to exist. The findings were striking: one year after an event, on average, about 11% of the online content referenced by social media had been lost and just 20% archived. What equally striking, moreover, is the steady continuation of this trend over time.
Class action lawsuits are a civil litigation “device.” Civil law, as opposed to criminal law, deals with private disputes where one party accuses the other of injury (physical, psychological, emotional or financial) and sues for damages. A class action is considered a device of civil litigation because it doesn’t change the rules of civil law; it simply allows multiple parties to sue over the same legal grounds. In every class action suit, there is a representative plaintiff or lead plaintiff whose name is the only one to appear on the case, as in the current sex discrimination suit before the Supreme Court, Dukes v.
Viewers were surprised to see Howard, now in his fifties, reuniting with Andy Griffith and Henry Winkler.Obama’s now in power and Howard is back with another liberal political surprise on Funny or Die. The director wants the prez to fight hard for financial reform, so he’s created a six minute short called Presidential Reunion, bringing together almost every comic actor who played America’s head honcho on Saturday Night Live. The skit, which was posted on Wednesday, begins with Obama (Fred Armisen) in the White House bedroom, fretting about the Consumer Financial Protection Agency a new ish proposal being considered in Congress to his wife, Michelle (Maya Rudolph).He falls asleep, and each president from Gerald Ford to Dubya appears in his dream, imploring the newbie to fight hard for reforms and regulations that’ll make things tougher for the banks.No, it’s not the most sophisticated message, but it’s great to see Dana Carvey back as the first George Bush, moving his hands around awkwardly, unable to speak a sentence with proper syntax.