(She now boasts nine locations in NYC alone.) Essentially, the brew combines corn flakes and brown sugar steeped in milk, strained and poured into a soft serve machine with a pinch of salt. The frozen concoction comes out slightly tangy, a little icy and tastes remarkably similar to the leftover milk at the bottom of a bowl of cornflakes. It served in a cup with a sweet and flaky cornflake crunch topping..
Never use PIN numbers that are obvious, such as your birth date, street number, phone number, the last four digits of your social security number or any consecutive numbers. Memorize your PIN number do not write it down. If your mother’s maiden name is requested for security purposes, use a password instead one you will remember..
I did not plan to do any electric shock obstacles because, really, what’s the point? Yet when the time came to army crawl through the mud through unavoidable voltage, I threw down for my teammates. Must have been that adrenaline. Or the Adderall.. And we were off! This was happening. I was eager to get moving and warm up! I was a little anxious that I didn have a plan like prior years. What pace was I shooting for? The not so great long training run and the poor night sleep threw any plan I had (not that I really had one) out the window.
“The family that eats together, stays together”, goes the old saying. Adding a dash of sarcasm to this predicament is the Swedish furniture giant IKEA, which in its latest ad film ‘Let’s Relax’, takes a dig at foodies who love to ‘Instagram’ about food before partaking in the actual activity itself. The spot, which was uploaded on the brand’s YouTube channel on July 31, has already clocked six million views, and is still counting..
It was emotionally draining. The politics of working there was like being in high school with bullying, sexual harassment and blatant assault, and just generally things were poorly handled. It became detrimental to my health.. If you dig to the bottom of any of the recent news reports on men who’ve been accused of sexual misconduct, you’ll typically find a twisted corporate culture.At NBC News, for example, it was widely known that “Today” show host Matt Lauer who was fired for alleged sexual misconduct late last year often behaved in ways that crossed the line into harassment.He was “flirtatious, would frequently make jokes, some with sexual overtones, and would openly engage in sexually oriented banter in the workplace,” according to an internal investigation that NBC conducted in the months after Lauer left the company.For its investigation, the news network said it interviewed 68 current and former employees about Lauer’s behavior. The report claims that no high up executives were aware of his misconduct.The NBC report, which wascriticized for being conducted internally and not by an outside law firm, ultimately concludes that the company doesn’t have a culture of harassment. “[T]he investigation team does not believe that there is a current widespread or systemic pattern of behavior that violates Company policy or a current culture of harassment in the News Division,” it says.But the details in the report belie that claim.Several of the women interviewed said they believed Lauer was hitting on them, particularly by complimenting their looks in sexually suggestive ways.