That said, Meghie is fully aware that achieving that level of gender and ethnic parity in front of and behind the camera is a steep hill to climb, particularly for directors like her. According to the Directors Guild of America, women make up 17.1% of its members, but of those, only 4.5% are black. … [Read more...] about ‘The Photograph’ is the black love story you’ve been missing
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There are a lot of trading strategies using RSI; below mentioned is one of the most popular among the trading community which involves buying after completing retracement for higher movement; however the support of another momentum oscillator stochastic can give additional support. … [Read more...] about RSI pullback in Tata Motors suggests buying opportunity
Poorer consumers have padded the balance sheets of wealthier companies through prices that are higher than they would have been with more aggressive antitrust enforcement. I and other researchers argue this has contributed to soaring economic inequality since around 1980. … [Read more...] about The T-Mobile/Sprint merger will increase inequality in the U.S.
Start with Season 3 Seasons 1 through 3 were interesting, but a lot more chill and less ridiculous than the ensuing seasons . Season 4 is when the show started to blow up. However, we were blessed with Loren (from Florida) and Alexei (from Israel) in season three. They are possibly the sanest most genuine couple in the franchise, and fans are rooting for them. It’s important to remember them because they appear on Pillow Talk, and they’re also expecting a baby, which means we’ll probably see them again on a new season of Happily Ever after soon. … [Read more...] about The casual fan’s guide to jumping into TLC’s ridiculous guilty pleasure ’90 Day Fiancé’
3. The Audiophile CD Player Beginning almost a decade ago, folks in high-end audio circles began to realize that the early models of the PlayStation 1 console contained respectable D/A audio circuitry while being available at ridiculously low prices ($5-$20) in the secondhand market due to their abundance. Audiophiles latched on to the PS1, modifying the console both externally (for visual appeal, because CD players housed in wood or brushed aluminum sound better) and internally (because CD players you tinker with endlessly sound better). These hobbyists’ efforts result in fun and creative uses of old game consoles, and despite the fact that they don’t sound any better than 99.99% of other CD players to most of us, they sure do look cool. … [Read more...] about 10 PlayStation Oddities