Daily Archives: March 11, 2019

Isn’t Romantic? Starring Rebel Wilson

 Isn’t It Romantic is a love laughs movie as seen from its title starring Priyanka Chopra, Rebel Wilson, Adan DeVine not to forget Liam Hemsworth. Todd Strauss- Schulson is the known director of the film. The hardworking writers of this particular film include Dana Fox, Erin Cardillo and also Katie Silberman.

The movie was let-off currently in 2019 the month of February by Warner Bros Pictures and its mainly about a lady who is pounded on her head who later finds herself in a world of romantic comedy acting after waking up. The movie’s crew includes Rebel acts as Natalie, Liam Hemsworth as Blake, Adam DeVine as Josh, Priyanka Chopra as Isabella, Betty Gilpin as Whitney, Brandon Scott Jones as Donny, Tom Ellis as Doctor Todd, Jennifer Saunders as Natalie’s mother and finally Big Jay Oakerson as Gary. Read more: Isn’t it Romantic Trailer | Glamour and Pitch Perfect for Rebel Wilson | VanityFair

All the actors have their respective roles in the film as follows; Natalie who lives in New York poses as an Australian architect, Blake is a customer and also in love with Natalie, Josh is a best friend to Natalie and also in love with her, Isabella is a yoga ambassador, Whitney as a best friend and also an assistant to Natalie, Donny is a friend and neighbor to Natalie while Jennifer is Natalie’s mum. The good news is that the film will soon be let-out on Netflix.

Natalie, originally known as Rebel Wilson is known to be a writer an actress and not to forget a producer. Rebel Wilson has shown up on a number of films including the Special Broadcasting Service and, in The Wedge, not to forget Bogan Pride which she was the writer, producer and the starring.

Rebel has won a number of awards such as the best actress award among others. In the pitch Perfect film series, Rebel Wilson stared as Fat Amy and this led her to being given several awards. Other films acted by Rebel include Struck by Lightning, A Few Best Men, Bachelorette, What to Expect When You are Expecting and Super Fun Night. Due to her known prowess and talent Rebel won the Teen Choice Award and also the Best Breakthrough Performance award.

Rebel Wilson whose origin is Sydney went to Tara Anglican School for Girls has one brother by the name Ryot and two sisters namely Annaleise and Liberty. Their mum is an expert in the dog handling field. Rebel Wilson says that acting was not her primary choice but Mathematics since she was very good at working with figures. She pursued her bachelor’s degrees both in Laws and Art at the University of south wales. Rebel later on decided to venture in to the acting career.

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Felipe Montoro Jens Experienced Entrepreneur

Felipe Montoro Jens is the Chief Executive Officer of EnergiparCaptacao S.A. and also Chairman of Concessionária do Centro Administrativo do Distrito Federal S.A. He has had years of experience in the fields of finance and finance strategies for both individuals and corporations. Felipe Montoro Jens specializes in infrastructure. He received his business degree at the Getulio Vargas Foundation. He continued his education at the Thunderbird School of Global Management to be able to compete in the international world of business. Upon graduation, he was able to begin working in the business world of Brazil. Felipe Montoro Jens did his best to show that he was able to compete in such varied industries as chemical development. Gaining more knowledge as time went by he was able to begin working beyond the borders of Brazil. View Felipe Montoro Jens profile at Linkedin

On his way to the top, he accepted positions in different companies with a strong international presence. Soon he showed his expertise in the Brazilian business world and was able to work around the globe. At one point he accepted a position in Portugal and making use of his entrepreneur skills he was able to raise much-needed capital in European and Asian markets. He also oversaw new investments for this capital and put into use his knowledge of markets for mining, oil, and energy in developing parts of Latin America and Africa.

Altogether Felip Montoro Jens has had 25 years of experience in the world of international business. He puts his expertise to work when assisting corporations with infrastructure projects. He has shown that he can find innovative and cost-effective solutions for state governments and does his very best to make corporate waste elimination more profitable within the financial world. Felipe Montoro Jens has built a name for himself and is now well-known in the international business world.

Website: http://www.felipemontorojens.com.br/

 

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Betsy DeVos and Public Education

Elisabeth (Betsy) Dee DeVos, a prominent and wealthy Michigan Republican was appointed U.S. Secretary of Education on February 7, 2017, in a 50-50 confirmation vote in the Senate, with Vice President Pence casting the deciding vote to break the tie and confirm the appointment. Her appointment was strikingly contentious, due to her past extensive involvement with and support of for-profit, charter, and religious education, often at the expense of public schools which lose funds diverted to voucher and school choice programs. She remains a controversial figure in the education community.

 

According to the New York Times, DeVos has spent decades trying to steer money from public to charter schools. She opposes close oversight and performance standards being applied to for-profit schools, instead trusting in the free market and parental choice to insure school quality. Her influence, it is argued, was an important factor in the growth of many underperforming charter schools and increasing problems in the public school system in Detroit, where she had outsized influence as a Republican political operative and philanthropist and where she has strongly opposed moves to close failing charter schools and impose more accountability on them.

 

In her years as a Republican activist and wealthy philanthropist, she has become known as a canny political operative, characterized for being polite under pressure and reaching out for discussions to unions and other opponents, though she has also been widely criticized for her lack of knowledge of education policy and pedagogical theory. Although she paints herself as a reformer, she is widely perceived as hostile to public education.

 

One particularly controversial aspect of her tenure at the Education Department has been her unwinding of a special team focused on widespread problems with for-profit colleges, including DeVry Education Group. The team was unwound after DeVos appointed Julian Schmoke, a former dean at DeVry, to lead it, a move that many consider a conflict of interest for Schmoke, who should not be in a supervisory role on a team investigating his former employer. The team, set up after the collapse of the for-profit Corinthian Colleges, was investigating predatory practices and lack of educational standards, with students often incurring substantial debt loads with little to show in the way of employment or employable skills. A particular concern was use of tax monies and federal student loans for tuition payments to for-profit colleges acting as a de facto subsidy to private companies.

 

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Rick Cofer And The Austin Single Use Plastic Bag Ban

Austin, Texas, is just one of the places where single-use plastic bags are banned. The movement all started in 2007 when the Austin City Council decided to evaluate and recommend strategies to minimize the usage of single-use non-compostable plastic bags. The city council raised awareness about the environmental effect in using this kind of plastic bag and introduced the use of reusable and recyclable paper bags as well as compostable plastic bags.

One year later, in 2008, the city council introduced the resolution encouraging people to voluntary avoid using single-use plastic bags. The council also set a goal to reduce the plastic bags entering their waste stream by fifty percent in 18 months. This plan failed, with the reduction only amounts to 20%. However, the important part is that there was still a reduction in plastic usage and that there are more people who are interested in the project. In 2010, an additional step was done by the Austin City Council, which is to research how the processing of plastic bags in the waste stream affects the cost to taxpayers, reports lookthinkmake.com

The Austin City Council made a surprising discovery in 2011 after its research a year earlier. The council found out that approximately $850,000 was being used per year to process plastic bags. This cost did not even include the cleaning of plastic nor its environmental and wildlife impacts. Finally, in 2011, the Austin City Council decided to make the resolution for the city ordinance to phase out single-use non-compostable plastic bags in retail establishments and was replaced with washable cloth bags. The ban was officially declared in 2012 with the ordinance number 20120301-078. This effort was made possible thanks to people like Rick Cofer, a criminal defense lawyer in Austin, and his colleagues who spearheaded the project.

However, there were movements to bag the plastic bag ban starting in 2014, which is spearheaded by Attorney General Greg Abbott. Abbott claims that plastic bag bans are legal IF they do not aim for solid was management. This argument was used during the bagging of a plastic bag ban in Laredo, Texas in 2015. They argued that plastic bags are not “garbage” and therefore is not covered by the solid waste management law. In 2016, the Laredo bag ban was lifted. Legal professionals like Rick Cofer disagreed to this change ban lift.

Unfortunately, the bag ban in Austin was also lifted in Austin as the Texas Supreme Court ruled out that city ordinances cannot contradict the state law. The ban lift happened last year in Austin, with the anti-bag ban movement spearheaded by Attorney General Ken Paxton. Paxton also said that these bag bans across Texas are illegal.

Rick Cofer believes that big retailers will continue offering washable bags because it would also bring a substantial amount of income. Cofer believes that in Austin, where people shop their environmental values, the large retailers will continue to not give single-use plastic bags for free.

https://www.kut.org/post/task-force-talks-trash-and-cash-recycling-all-austin-parks-and-facilities

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