A classic episode of “Cheers” has resident know-it-all Cliff Clavin finally putting his arcane knowledge to the test as a contestant on “Jeopardy.”
“The Trump order is going to be read as giving tacit approval to all sorts of things that may or may not be legal,” Segal told CBC’s Metro Morning, referring to the new executive order issued Tuesday.
As with most retail contests, the signature Tim Hortons promotion has a standard clause in the fine print saying no purchase is necessary to play.
Not to mention the money. Meloff adds that in their first year junior corporate sales reps can expect to make $60,000 a year with commission, and that three or four years in, they have a good chance of clearing $100,000.
He said the 1-2 Switch contains unique features that make it possible for him to play.
The campaign is a B.C.-wide initiative created by the Coquitlam based Children of the Street Society, an organization that warns youth how one sexual photo can be used to extort more photos or favours.
“They have trouble paying attention to the left side of the world or their body, so they’re basically not taking in information from that side of the world,” Dr. Gail Eskes, a clinical neuropsychologist and professor at Dalhousie University, told CBC’s Information Morning. “It’s not that they can’t see it and it’s not that they can’t move in that direction, but somehow they spontaneously seem to forget about it.”
“Luckily for the tool box — that saved his life,” the fire chief said, describing a steel box in the undercarriage which measured three feet by three feet.
Four multinational battalion-sized formations are setting up camp in eastern Europe as a check on Russian expansionism, and one of them will be led by Canada.
“He was hanging by a thread there until we secured him,” he said. “A steel toolbox about three by three feet underneath in the undercarriage was the thing that was hanging.”