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The Staves – Mexico (Millie Wild cover)

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What famous children appropriate character can I dress up as? I need the character to be from a book (its ok if its been made into a movie or vice versa) as long as its a book. I’m tanned (in the bronze-ish way), brown hair, brown eyes. I’m a member of staff so it has to be approriate for children! Ideas would be much much appreciated!

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What should the browns and raiders do now? The qb situation for both teams is bad right now, If you were the browns or raiders would youA) Keep losing, and get the number 1 pick. Drafting tebow, bradford or mccoy?B) Get rid of some of the staff at the end of the seasonC) Make a really good trade that will benefit the teamD) All of the above
A.but if you think about it.what choice do they have? they will lose rather they want to or not.

For the Browns, I’ll say C). They have two QB’s and you can’t keep both of them. Trade one of them away while they still have value and be set on a QB.For the Raiders, well I thought it was stupid of them to cut Jeff Garcia. Why did they sign him in the first place? Probably B), but I don’t know if that will even help.

E. Hire a really good lawyer and get Al Davis found insane and get someone in there who knows about football in the 20th Century.

C and A they really need some players that will do the team good because they used to be really good. Go Raiders!

Is the QB situation at both teams really that bad? I think the Browns QB situation isn’t as bad as it looks right now. The QB’s get the blame, but the whole team sucks from top to bottom. The Browns have little talent. They have no defense and no running game. It’s a team that can go 0-16 if things don’t change soon.Because the Browns are so underwhelming, it needs to shorten the game by running the ball a lot and not turning the ball over. That’s why I think Brady Quinn should start, but this flip flopping could kill the team.In Oakland, I think it’s a tougher call because the team runs the ball a lot. Russell is clearly talented, but many question his heart and mind. If Russell can’t convert 3rd and 5 plays, he’ll never be good. I give him this year to improve, and then have a true open QB competition next season if he shows no improvement.

How can i become more diplomatic? When i know the truth is that my opponent has done a great job and on the other hand my team has failed to do the right job, i want to be able to appreciate their hard work and accept that i have failed. Now the problem is that for some reason even i will be able to say all the words to appreciate but my body language and facial expressions does not match.How can i train my mind and heart to like someone even if they are my opponents.
First off, don’t think you’re the best on earth! Learn to appreciate what others do without your big ego. Be kind and polite. YOu don’t really have an opponant as you have someone better than you for the same job. Accept and be glad!

What you have written is very diplomatic , you are already being diplomatic. So what if your team just failed this task, what really need to look at is yourself do you deserve your teams respect. You don’t need to act a certain way or pretend to be someone your not. People always respect a genuine person not a shallow superficial jerk. Ignore your opposition’s results and work as a team member with your team. You will discover all your teams weaknesses and strengths and use them by multi skilling your whole team to carry on the task even if one of the team calls in absent are you skilled enough to do there task ? If not learn and work along side of and with your team. Never make a team member do a task you can’t or you wouldn’t do. Doing this will prove to your team your just a equal to them with more responsibility’s. This is being very diplomatic with your team being a team player earning the full respect from your team. Don’t ever lower your standards by brown nosing with your opponents. Any company owner isn’t interested in this childish behavior. It’s your responsibility to get a very good team together who fully respects you and will keep productivity running with a low absentee and staff turn over. I employed a person like your opponent who’s methods in management and productivity were acceptable only he just couldn’t ever communicate as a team player with my staff. I realized this by absenteeism and a high staff turn over. My current company manager is a one in a million gem who has proven to me this approach works.

How many American servicemen have ben awarded the Congressional medal of honor? Is the medal of honor ever awarded to any nationality other than Americans?
history.army.mil/moh.htmlThe President, in the name of Congress, has awarded more than 3,400 Medals of Honor to our nation’s bravest Soldiers, Sailors, Airmen, Marines, and Coast Guardsmen since the decoration’s creation in 1861. For years, the citations highlighting these acts of bravery and heroism resided in dusty archives and only sporadically were printed. In 1973, the U.S. Senate ordered the citations compiled and printed as Committee on Veterans’ Affairs, U.S. Senate, Medal of Honor Recipients: 1863-1973 (Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office, 1973). This book was later updated and reprinted in 1979

3467 have been issued. only one having been issued to a woman. They are issued expressly to America Soldiers A Brief History — The Medal of Honor*——————————————————————————–The first formal system for rewarding acts of individual gallantry by the nation’s fighting men was established by General George Washington on August 7, 1782. Designed to recognize “any singularly meritorious action,” the award consisted of a purple cloth heart. Records show that only three persons received the ward: Sergeant Elijah Churchill, Sergeant William Brown, and Sergeant Daniel Bissel Jr. The Badge of Military Merit, as it was called, fell into oblivion until 1932, when General Douglas MacArthur, then Army Chief of Staff, pressed for its revival. Officially reinstituted on February 22, 1932, the now familiar Purple Heart was at first an Army award, given to those who had been wounded in World War I or who possessed a Meritorious Service Citation Certificate. In 1943, the order was amended to include personnel of the Navy, Marine Corps, and Coast Guard. Coverage was eventually extended to include all services and “any civilian national” wounded while serving with the Armed Forces. Although the Badge of Military Merit fell into disuse after the Revolutionary War, the idea of a decoration for individual gallantry remained through the early 1800s. In 1847, after the outbreak of the Mexican-American War, a “certificate of merit” was established for any soldier who distinguished himself in action. No medal went with the honor. After the Mexican-American War, the award was discontinued, which meant there was no military award with which to recognize the nation’s fighting men. Early in the Civil War, a medal for individual valor was proposed to General-in-Chief of the Army Winfield Scott. But Scott felt medals smacked of European affectation and killed the idea.The medal found support in the Navy, however, where it was felt recognition of courage in strife was needed. Public Resolution 82, containing a provision for a Navy medal of valor, was signed into law by President Abraham Lincoln on December 21, 1861. The medal was “to be bestowed upon such petty officers, seamen, landsmen, and Marines as shall most distinguish themselves by their gallantry and other seamanlike qualities during the present war.” Shortly after this, a resolution similar in wording was introduced on behalf of the Army. Signed into law July 12, 1862, the measure provided for awarding a medal of honor “to such noncommissioned officers and privates as shall most distinguish themselves by their gallantry in action, and other soldierlike qualities, during the present insurrection.” Although it was created for the Civil War, Congress made the Medal of Honor a permanent decoration in 1863.