A. I think that in the height of the lock ’em up era, when politicians were falling all over themselves to pass mandatory and longer sentences three strikes and you’re out laws and trying more kids as adults, politicians just wanted to get criminals off the streets and punish them harshly. I don’t think it was about private prisons and profits, those were unintended consequences.
Risk comes in various forms, but the average investor primary concerns are “credit” and “market” risk. Particularly when it comes to investing for income. Credit risk involves the ability of corporations, government entities, and even individuals, to make good on their financial commitments; market risk refers to the certainty that there will be changes in the Market Value of the selected securities.
In a 2007 blog post, Englund speculated that a well engineered machine such as a car engine has about the same number of cycles as a human has heartbeats about a billion over a lifetime. “Maybe all materials are limited to roughly this number of cycles before major structure damage builds up?” he wrote. “Anyone got an explanation?”.
To be clear, increasing and maintaining the numbers of underrepresented individuals in our academic spaces is necessary, but it is not nearly sufficient. We must maintain a culture that supports the retention and success of underrepresented faculty and students across disciplines. The benefits of such an inclusive culture apply to all members of the academic community and to society at large.
He called me when he reached. Asked me where I was. Seems to appear too (As if he gt frens wif him). In 2004, Marguerite Holloway, an assistant professor at the School of Journalism, found herself writing about the Mannahatta Project an effort by environmental scientists to “recreate” Manhattan in its natural state. The scientists relied in part on Randel’s data. Fascinated by tales of the Albany born surveyor (1787 1865), she says, “I tried to find out as much as I could about him at the time, there was very little.
THE Tongue and Groove club in Buckhead, a well manicured suburb of Atlanta, is the sort of place that might make Carrie Bradshaw and her friends raise their well groomed eyebrows to the roof. Definitely the sort of place that would send Carrie, the New York sex columnist played by Sarah Jessica Parker in the HBO series ”Sex and the City,” straight to her laptop, cigarette dangling from her lips, ironically hip gold name necklace and Playboy bunny pendant nestled in her cleavage. ”It was the sort of place where girls wore miniskirts with more than a hint of spandex, and butterfly clips in their hair,” she might have written.