I can’t figure out what’s the proper thing to do when I decide to watch all the Star Wars movies with the kids for the first time. Should we watch them in order of the story line or the order they were released? Personally, I’d like to go in the order they were released, but I think kids would be more entertained by watching the newer ones first.
AT&T Stadium is prepping for the ACM Awards and WFAA stated that turning the football venue into a studio requires the transparent roof to be blacked out. Our local sports reporters are always harping on Jerry for having the venue face west/east instead of north/south because the sun blinds the players on the field during late afternoon games, and never trying to fix the problem by putting up some kind of curtains on those large glass doors facing the west. Many theorize that Jerry had the stadium built in that direction so there wouldn’t be any glare on his big TV. So basically Jerry is showing he’s more willing to block out a gigantic transparent roof for a one-time event instead of making sure his venue adequately blocks the direct sunlight for the stadium’s intended purpose of hosting football games.
This article also stated that this event has been in the planning stages for eight years, though the public announcement was made a year ago and the stadium has only been open for six years. I gotta give Jerry credit, he’s a grand marketer and knows how to make a splash.
Yesterday the ‘CBS Evening News’ stated that only 10% of the cost of food is related to farming, the other 90% goes towards transportation, handling, and processing. So supply and demand of oil affects food prices more than a drought.
I rarely scrub my feet, I tend to think all the soapy water on the shower floor does the job.
Someone from Buzzfeed wore a Fitbit while visiting Disneyland and California Adventure to see how many steps/miles she would track the whole day. All I’ll say is that she didn’t make a marathon but did more than a 10k.
I’ve had my Samsung Gear Fit for 370 days which also tracks steps. Most people have the goal of reaching 10,000 steps a day, but some days it’s just a struggle for me to get over 5,000 steps – that’s what working from home will do for you, though it’s not really an excuse. However, the most I’ve walked in a day is 42,750 steps, which is about 21.38 miles.