But I believe that if you would like society to be colorblind, you should strive to be colorblind yourself, not highlighting our differences.CarouselOnFire 6 points submitted 13 days agoI don’t advocate for “colorblindness” at all. I think highlighting our differences is important and if we choose to ignore differences we silence key attributes that make us uniquely who we are today.You can choose to look at it however you choose my intent behind my comment remains to promote awareness for positive contributions that people outside of the norm provide to our society, rather than focusing on ignoring the obstacles that they have had to uniquely overcome (primarily systematic, institutional racism) to achieve great feats.It is empowering to overcome odds, especially in a space (gymnastics) where whiteness / individuals of European descent have historically been the marker for what success looks like.I think we’re both on the same page here just looking st it from two different angles. I see and appreciate your angle.
SubscriptionsGo to the Subscriptions Centre to manage your:My ProfileAs you heard last week on the show, Vladimir Horowitz’s Steinway grand piano is in Montreal. Horowitz is considered one of the greatests pianists of the 20th century. He was legendary for his tone and technique as well as his excitement when performing live.
Eftersom detta trick r ett mycket riskabelt drag, har mycket att lra frn grunderna fr dragande utan skador. Detta drag r mycket imponerande fr massorna, men samtidigt det kan ocks vara en orsak till frlgenhet om det sker felaktigt hamnat som till tlje. Det kan ta lite tid innan frst shooting star pressen, men med korrekta utvas genomfrande flytten, det blir ganska ltt.
Not waste energy on crazy breakaway, not fight in sprints, riders even taking it easy in the last miles because they only have to be good in the 6 7 mountain stages a GT has. Beside that there the one who has to put the ball in the pocket, the one that better than his teammates, the leader, the alien. Chris Froome is probably the best GC rider in the last 20 years or more.
It seems to have good and bad results. I think it is really good for overall profitability. CF is generally too expensive for a large portion of people and it offers gym owners a way to offer cheaper classes and still reach those people. One wonders how long Nike’s been sitting on this congratulatory commercial for LeBron James, which debuted shortly after the Heat completed their five game beatdown of the Oklahoma City Thunder. I mean, it’s not like Nike whipped this up while the Heat were pulling away in the second half of Game 5 or anything. Something like this takes some time, which begs another question: what would’ve happened to this commercial if the Thunder would’ve came back and stole the series from the Heat?Would Nike have thrown it out, like the baby and the bathwater, or would they have sat on it until LeBron actually won a ring? Inquiring minds want to know.As for the commercial itself, it’s very well done.