The couples first met at on social media where they started conversing because they had so much in common as identical twins. After getting on so well, they set up a double date. It was quickly crystal clear that both relationships were serious and so they took the next natural step: a double wedding.
Rostislav said: 'When we met them they were just as shocked as we were. And then… love.' When asked if he ever got confused to the two brides, he shook his head and said of his new wife: 'I'd know her through galaxies.'
She said the project was a form of 'therapy' after watching her mother suffer with Alzheimer's Disease.
While attempting to do a commercial for the chicken pot pie at Dysart's Restaurant in Maine, this gentleman has a little problem with saying his lines. This just gets funnier and funnier as it goes on, and it is imperative that you watch until the very end. This is the hardest I've laughed all week.
video at the link
Diversity Training Fails from the Harvard Business Review
‘Laboratory studies show that this kind of force-feeding can activate bias rather than stamp it out.’
OPERATION "LITTLE VITTLES". Not surprisingly, dropping candy from a military airplane was against regulation, but Halvorsen was resolute. First, he convinced his copilot and their engineer to give him their weekly candy rations. Then he tackled the problematic physics of “candy bombs”: Chocolate dropped from a plane going 110 mph hurtles toward Earth at alarming speeds. Halvorsen’s solution was to craft mini-parachutes from handkerchiefs and attach them to the candy with twine.
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