I was 21 and on a wine tasting tour with some friends. There was a long line (maybe 10 people) for the restroom with 3 stalls, two regular and one handicap accessible. I next in line when the handicap stall becomes available, so I walk over and as I shutting the door I see an older woman in a wheelchair the 2nd person in line.
GARTEN: It was 400 square feet. It was so small that you couldn’t get the stove didn’t fit into the kitchen, so it was actually in the store. If you wanted to put something in the oven you had to go into the store. Another couple of months passed and I tried again. This time I took it slow. I was starting to C25K.
Yet it still a matter of letting in light at the level of the lobby. As a result, the arena scoreboard can actually be seen from the Park Blocks outside the building. That wood ship hull, despite its bulk, appears to be lifting like a curtain giving attendees a view out and people in the lobby a kind of extended seat.
But not we have to cast out Sherman Alexie because of allegations that he was boorish in the way hit on women? As far as I know, only 3 women have actually made claims on the record, and those claims are about his behavior being lecherous, but not criminal. And the list goes on and on. And Sherman Alexie didn admit to coercing or forcing anyone into anything.
TORONTO Sears Canada creditors could be a step closer in their attempt to recoup some of the $3 billion in controversial dividends paid out to the company shareholders most notably, Sears Holdings Corp. Chief executive Edward Lampert years prior to the defunct retailer insolvency filing last June.Lawyers acting for the former retailer pensioners will make a motion on Thursday to appoint a litigation trustee in Sears Canada bankruptcy process who will look at ways to increase the pool of available funds for creditors.At issue for the pensioners are about $2.9 billion in special dividends paid out to Sears Canada shareholders between 2005 and 2013, the company continued financial deterioration and while the company pension plan was underfunded, according to a court affidavit from former executive William Turner, head of the Sears Canada Retiree Group.Sears lays off 220 workers at headquartersBe wary of rival chains offers on Sears Canada warranties: expertsCourt filings suggest the pension plan is underfunded by $267 million and retirees are also out an estimated $400 million in unpaid health and life insurance benefits. Retirees, meanwhile, have been warned by the plan administrator to expect a future reduction in their monthly pension cheques.Last month FTI Consulting, Sears Canada monitor in bankruptcy, raised the issue of investigating two particular special dividends paid to Sears Canada shareholders as transactions of interest that required further examination: a $102 million payment issued at the end of 2012 and a $509 million special dividend issued at the end of 2013.The company pension plan had been underfunded on a wind up basis since 2008.