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Thearroganttexanblog. Calling myself The Arrogant Texan is no joke.


Not a day of my life goes by that I’m not wearing either my state of Texas necklace and/or ring. My daily uniform usually consists of boots, jeans and a Texas music band tshirt. Recently I discovered and fell in LOVE with a Texas-based company that creates amazing tshirt designs that are 100% pure-de-ol-Texas. Oh, and they’re huge Texas music fans! Even better. Two teachers with a passion for Texas, music, art, design, & fashion, decided to combine these to create Tumbleweed TexStyles. I own several of these shirts and koozies, and let me tell ya, it’s borderline embarrassing how often I wear them. Here is me in one of my favorites that I wore on Texas Independence Day. I also can’t get enough of the Texas towns shirt. And if you know me, you know I love my Texas beer…

Peter Greenberg - Accueil. Plowing through Life in the Country…One Calf Nut at a Time. Fyre Festival organizers accused of fraud in $100M class action suit. A $100 million proposed class-action lawsuit filed on Sunday accused the Fyre Festival and its organizers of fraud, alleging the music festival's "lack of adequate food, water, shelter, and medical care created a dangerous and panicked situation among attendees—suddenly finding themselves stranded on a remote island without basic provisions.

Fyre Festival organizers accused of fraud in $100M class action suit

" The suit, filed by Daniel Jung on behalf of himself and all festival attendees, claimed the festival, which was promoted as a supermodel-filled luxury concert event, was closer to ““The Hunger Games” or “Lord of the Flies” than Coachella.” It seeks damages "in excess of" $100 million. Multiple concertgoers said they were left stranded on the private island of Fyre Cay over the weekend after officials placed the event site on lockdown because, according to the tourism ministry, Fyre organizers had allegedly failed to pay customs duty taxes on items imported for the event. ABC News' Joshua Hoyos contributed to this report. A Conference Call in Real Life. Arena concert dressing room. Promoter Info. Booking Contact: Cindy Harper ph: 806.742.7362 Technical Services: Eric Newell ph: 806.742.7362 Sample MapsUnited Supermarkets Arena Tour Production Information Arena Floor The main floor is 30, 141 sq. ft. (192’ x 148’) when retractable seats are not used, and has a permanent wooden floor that can be covered with GymDeck ABS floor protector for non-athletic events.

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The wooden floor is 20, 541 sq. ft. (167’ x 123’) and measures 8732 sq. ft. (118’ x 74’) when the retractable seats are used. Arena Elevations From the floor to the bottom of the scoreboard: in 35’ - out 65’-6” From the floor to the catwalk: 65’-6” From the floor to the rigging beams: 73’-6” From the floor to the bottom of roof steel supports: 79’ From the floor to the top of roof steel supports: 90’-104’ From the floor to the bottom of the balcony deck: 39’-6” From the floor to the Main Camera (West side center-balcony) 45’ From the floor to the Slash Camera Position (NW Balcony) 56’ Grid Overlay Map No Smoking.

The Presentation Secrets of Steve Jobs. Ag Media Summit Event The Dreaded Nightmare of a Conference Call In Real Life. Conference calls are just always awkward.

The Dreaded Nightmare of a Conference Call In Real Life

There's no way around it. Now imagine how much more awkward they would be if everyone could also see each other while on the call. Now THAT would be awkward. Comedy duo Tripp and Tyler have imagined just that situation in their newest spot-on video, "A Conference Call in Real Life. " The sketch perfectly highlights the annoyances that come bundled with getting a group of coworkers together on a conference call, as well as the very real feeling of disconnection from your coworkers that conference calls offer. The video includes all the conference call tropes you know and love: the person whose call keeps dropping and has to constantly rejoin the call, the person who is asked a question and doesn't realize he's on mute. From everyone awkwardly announcing themselves as they walk into the room to the ear-splitting interruptions of an invisible yappy mutt, everything that's annoying about a conference call has been condensed into this one room.