A situation a lot of UK reporters, and actors, are familiar with, yes?The journalist whose close call with a Yellowstone bison went viral tells of how he was judged on his Baltimore accent – and how he adjusted to do what he lovedwww.theguardian.com
Acting and news reporting are a bit different I think, at least in the UK, where actors are expected to have several regional accents in their repertoire -- that's part of the training at drama school, so you can play a variety of roles.A situation a lot of UK reporters, and actors, are familiar with, yes?
People were surprised that Peter Capaldi was allowed to use his native Scottish accent in the role of the Doctor, and Jodie Whittaker her native Yorkshire accent. David Tennant, also Scottish, had to pay it more London-ish. And don't news reporters have to use the "posh" accent?
“It does not appear to be terrorism-related, but obviously we'll continue to investigate to see if there's some type of nexus,” acting Metropolitan Police Chief Robert Contee said of the attack.
"Whoever or whatever, we just don't know right now, so we have a responsibility to investigate that to get to the bottom of this, whether the attack was at law enforcement or whoever, we have a responsibility to get to the bottom of it."
Pittman said the suspect was not previously known to Capitol Police “so there's no indication at this time that there's any nexus to any member of Congress.”
Prisoners in solitary need to be exposed to COVID too!
San Antonio-based hamburger chain Whataburger has awarded more than $90 million in bonuses to its employees as a thank you for their service during the coronavirus pandemic and severe winter weather that swept the South, according to a press release sent to TODAY.
“The past year reshaped how we live, work and play, with the restaurant and hospitality industry being heavily impacted by the pandemic and this year’s crippling winter storms. We are so humbled and grateful for the loyalty of our customers during this time,” Ed Nelson, Whataburger CEO, told TODAY in an emailed statement. “And we wanted to help ensure that our Family Members and their families were taken care of and thank them for continuing to go the extra mile to serve our guests with great Pride, Care and Love. Our Family Members and guests are the foundation of our success, and we are grateful for both.”
Must've been the life-flight helo. The injured officer that's still alive is reportedly in grave condition; I'm betting both of them were life-flighted to the hospital.
Sorry for the very late response. I saw your post and intended to get back to it, but completely forgot.These are schools, not convents. Aside from the girls who have brothers, cousins and family friends, many girls schools have organized social events with equivalent boys schools. Remember, this isn't some new concept never tried before. Girls-only schools were quite common at one time.
What level of schooling are you talking about here? Viewed as inferior by who? Do you worry that someone who graduates from a girls-only elementary school or high school won't get into college?
At the higher levels, reputation certainly has never been an issue for colleges such as the Seven Sisters colleges in the U.S.
Green’s social media posts last month described searching for “a spiritual journey” within the Nation of Islam, a religious Muslim sect that the Southern Poverty Law Center classifies as a hate group for its “bizarre theology of innate black superiority over whites” and “deeply racist, antisemitic and anti-gay rhetoric.”