Honestly, my complaint, particularly in this episode, is the edit. Clearly they focused on Joslyn, who obviously bombed from what we saw. BUT, even Adore thought it was going to be between her and Trinity. The actual reactions that we do see seem to indicate that it really wasn't quite as horrendous as it was at the time. Hell, maybe the rest of her interview went pretty smoothly (if crude). To me, that means that the editing just got completely out of hand, emphasizing Joslyn's mistake because it was juicier for TV than the others.
And the drama in this Untucked episode was so ridiculously over-contrived.
Trinity didn't put abortion or coming out of someone's private parts in her interview, which was totally disgusting by the way. She didn't say "Cool" when Cher's mother spoke about "The Depression"... There was so much bull going around on this episode it's pathetic. Yet Doo-Raul sends Trinity home. I'm done watching what I thought was the only show NOT tampered with.
Trinity was totally robbed, I'm done with RPDR, something's fishy indeed. There was no way she should have been put up last night. Others screwed up the challenge and runway but still were safe? Trinity messed up the interview but rocked the runway flawless, yet was put up for elimination and sent home? PLEASE! Half of them weren't even dam animals, one said she was a panther mixed with a Mortal Combat character... WTF! Shouldn't you be able to tell what animal it was as they came out. How many had to explain what the hell they were? TRINITY WAS ROBBED! Rupaul and his drag race is obviously fixed.
Another fee? I already pay association fees for my condo. How much is this fee going to be and why don't my taxes already cover this?
Also, I wish CITY would allow another reviewer to tackle comic book hero movies, just for a change. Especially, considering this writer has demonstrated his disdain for them, and their audience, time after time.
Based on his wrap up of both his assumptions of the intended audience for both comic books and this movie (the tired jab about 15 year old boys), he's clearly not up to date with either the movie genre or the source material and the diversity of people who enjoy both.
Our mistake. The mixing engineer The Heroic Enthusiasts contact was *Mick Guzauski,* a Rochester native who worked on Daft Punk's latest album "Random Access Memories."
i hope it works of course. obviously exclusive but who cares if it plants a seed. who will shop? where will they park? what will they sell? clean, well lit, safe, all essential ingredients. i thought most of the money was in the eastern burbs? what about eastview mall? a competitor?
You ought to try enjoying something before you die. You might find it suits you.
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watch the necklace again, the right one is missing ;)
What the hell is Joslyn still doing in the competition? She is bringing nothing on the runway except cheese (and now meat). I feel like this show just drops people when they know that person's story arc is done. Trinity had nowhere else to go (in their eyes). She triumphed last week and overcame her self doubt, so boom!--her story is done and she goes.
I absolutely do not want to see another runway look from Joslyn. If she pulls out the Stephanie Seymour wedding dress from November Rain, I'm done.
At least O'Brien is allowed to break with his party on a couple issues... try to show some independence in the GOP, and they'll bring the hammer down on your head. Just ask Anthony Danielle and Ciaran Hanna in the County Leg. If you don't go along with the leadership's group think, be prepared to lose committee assignments, leadership posts, and most importantly, party campaign contributions.
This trend was started by the late Steve Minarik and now Bill Reilich is carrying on this heavy-handed tactic.
Superhero movies are entertainment, not art. And I find positives and negatives in both the Hollywood blockbuster films and the indie films. But as a summer popcorn film, "Captain America" did its job quite well. It is by far the most mature MCU film to date and evolves the character from a WWII propaganda piece to reflection of contemporary political espionage.
Mick Kawalski [Daft Punk]?
This bonehead idea is a classic case of why government needs to get out of the pump priming "lets spend money to 'create' economic activity" game. The site for this park was chosen purely for political reasons, and makes absolutely no sense since it is not close to anything. When all is said and done, this thing will be a net drain on taxpayers. That $33 million should be refunded to taxpayers, and this thing should be mothballed.
Suburban sprawl and reliance on the automobile for long distance commuting are hardly the way of the future – certainly not “A transformational opportunity” to quote Joe Morelle. The STAMP project is one example of this mindset, but NYS is also funding over $140M on the Kendrick Road/ Route 390 interchange for more single occupant vehicles going to the U of R and MCC. Some say that western NY is 10 years behind the times – the Interstate Highway Act was enacted in 1956. Most regions are now supporting existing infrastructure in urban areas – Eastman Business Park and Rochester Tech Park would be prime sites. - Paul Tankel
I wonder if people living in the city reading the appealing description of the apartments being planned might wonder why the significant tax breaks given to developers will demand rentals that are totally unaffordable to so many. Ironically it is their taxes that make most of that development possible. Would it be too much to ask that all this and other recent downtown residential redevelopment contain a fair mix of more affordable apartments. We wonder why the economic gap contributes so much to the effects of poverty and community distance. Bonnie CAnnan
The arrogance of people like the Commissioner, who are likely part of the larger system that has for years made political decisions or supported those who did that never really addressed the underlying poverty or racism. No it does not mean poor children cannot learn what it does mean is that if you put up enough barriers and let urban communities deteriorate for years, reduce revenue sharing with local governments, further the wealthy with corporate welfare tax breaks, abandon progressive income taxing, segregate housing opportunities to favor the wealthy, what do you think will result?. It is also interesting that most private schools can decide not to accept the common core curriculum and can make local decisions as to how best to meet their students needs.
Could it be that there is another agenda which points to having the responsibility for public education shift to private sources where recent interest shown by Hedge funds could benefit? If you look at privatization efforts elsewhere, one of the strategies is to allow the decline of public services with limited ability to meet boarder needs of the increasingly poor communities . The need continues to increase and so on. Other factors including globalization,, millions of jobs lost to automation and huge tax breaks for the rich are like a vice that continues to squeeze and squeeze. Status quo politicians do not want to go up against the big businesses that fund them or speak truth to the public who often see especially as applies to education an increasingly desperate matter as they fear their children will be caught in a downward cycle of a lower standard of living Just now realizing how serious the economic future could be easily positions them to be caught with stark reality. Bonnie Cannan
Jack Moore called it the "No More Casinos Competition Coalition". I credit the Henrietta Town Supervisor for telling it like it is.
The Seneca Nation already has three casinos in the Buffalo area. Couldn't they just close one? The "complicated" compacts wouldn't have to be reopened in order to build a casino in Monroe County. And what would the coalition say? Closing one casino and opening another isn't really "more". I bet the coalition would change it's name before endorsing a casino in the Rochester area. They know where their customers live and how much hurt that a Rochester area casino would cause.
Land has already been purchased in Henrietta for a casino. It seems like a good location. Gates seems like a terrible location.
I am in complete agreement with the No New Casinos Coalition. But, how realistic is it considering how powerless the town governments are in this particular situation?
Regionally, we need to be good neighbors to the Senecas also. This means supporting them in allowing a casino wherever they want one. We always have the choice of not going. A little personal responsibility can go very long way.
We need an assemblyman who will challenge the status quo and fight for working people and the middle class. That man is Gary Pudup. Gary has the integrity to do the right thing, instead of the politically expedient thing. He may ruffle a few feathers in his own party, but he won't be a party automaton who "goes along to get along".
Don't look for Mr. Lawrence to buck the G.O.P. brass - he was nominated because he will follow the orders of Party fat cats without question - and that type of mentality has been detrimental to people trying to make a living.
Give 'em hell, Gary!
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