- Nov 23, 2005
- Under the highest tree top in Kent
She just forgot the Gucci label on the cardboard box. She would have gone to being photographed in Walmart to being on the catwalk.
Nancy Crampton Brophy allegedly murdered Daniel in 2018 after 20 years of marriage.
Daniel, 63, was shot dead at the Oregon Culinary Institute where he taught people how to cook.
The jury of seven women and five men found Nancy Crampton Brophy, 71, guilty of second-degree murder on Wednesday after deliberating for two days over Daniel Brophy’s death
These clowns are always blind to their own hypocrisy. And always defend their own actions as though it is okay or necessary. Ludicrous.
"The UK's first city mayor to declare a climate crisis has been questioned for flying nine hours to attend a conference to urge leaders to cut CO2."
I'm reminded of the person of royal patronage (I can't remember exactly who but it was probably the ginger whinger Harry) who flew across the world to attend some climate doom-mongering session, only to be collected from the airport in a big 4 wheel-drive jobbie, which was later found to be the vehicle proven to be the most polluting of it's type in the world, or something like that.
I think it is a bit harder to get your hands on a private jet in order to slash its tyres. There certainly aren't very many parked in my street although there are plenty of cars.
There's also the difficulty involved with slashing a jet's tyres. They are pretty robust.I think it is a bit harder to get your hands on a private jet in order to slash its tyres. There certainly aren't very many parked in my street although there are plenty of cars.
I think it is a bit harder to get your hands on a private jet in order to slash its tyres.
Reminds me of how we, the common folk, are constantly being told to take public transportation instead of planes to save on fuel exhaust, even as they are jetting around in their private planes. Ok.
First rules of management and leadership. You are leading by example, whether you think you are, or not.
FULL STORY: https://www.abc.net.au/news/2022-06-13/selwyn-resort-reopening-delayed-heavy-snow/101147706Selwyn Snow Resort delays reopening due to heavy snow falls, after two years of rebuilding
Selwyn Snow Resort was destroyed during the 2019-20 bushfires and was due to open on July 2 after a two-and-a-half-year rebuild.
However, a significant early dumping of snow has forced the business to push that date back again, which Blyton Group general manager Lucy Blyton said was "devastating".
"Mother Nature has not been our friend over the past three years," she said.
"There's so much snow up there so we're at a point where we cannot clear it to keep going. ...