SubscriptionsGo to the Subscriptions Centre to manage your:My ProfileLast night, in a whirlwind of bunnies the size of humans, dizzying routines and an armada of tiny talents in tap shoes, the reality competition series So You Think You Can Dance? wrapped up its season by anointing freestyle (aka “everything”) dancer Joshua Allen Lord Of The (So You Think You Can) Dance.In a rare display of rational thought on the part of reality TV viewers, the win went to the right person. As we noted yesterday, Joshua was nowhere near the “untrained” brute that the SYTYCD producers made him out to be. Nevertheless, his success on the show was due to a combination of pure charisma and raw innate talent, rather than the result of a professionally molded automaton landing perfect moves by rote.
From 2004 to 2012, the number of people getting student loans and their average debt have both increased by 70 percent. Student debt is the only kind of household debt that continued to rise through the Great Recession and has now the second largest balance after mortgage debt. Currently, nearly 40 million people owe an average of $26,000 after graduation..
This hasn stopped some of the biggest corporations investing in mindfulness programmes, including LinkedIn, which has dedicated mediation rooms in its Sunnyvale, San Francisco, New York and Sydney offices. In Sunnyvale, a recent count found the nine mindfulness rooms were used on average 15 times a day, with over half of these visits specified as meditation. (The rooms are also used for religious practices.).
Niketown New York is packing it in. It’s also the Trump Organization’s biggest tenant in a single space, with Nike leasing the 65,000 square feet of space. Forbes estimates that the propriety is worth $235 million.Trump also owns the Trump Tower, which is around the block with high profile tenants like Tiffany and Gucci.Nike’s move is likely predominately motivated by a change in its strategy, which is now focused on more experimental and modern conveniences that the aging store could provide.
No. God. Please. And he might groan a little bit, but he’s going to pick it up. When John gets down, it’s because he gets down on himself, because he is a perfectionist. And the great ones, that’s what makes them great. I am not religious, believe in a God concept after a fashion but don’t trust religion. I feel very very wary of religion quite honestly, see loads of corruption in every one I have any experience of (and I have a reasonable range of experiences of loads of different religions). My personal feelings about religion aside, if/when I meet someone who takes comfort from their religion or feel it eases some pain in their life I could not ever imagine trying to talk them out of it and rob them of that comfort.