hide captionThe word "Hater" — as it's often used today — is derived from the term "Player Hater," a phrase popularized by late rapper Notorious B.I.G., shown here clutching his Billboard Music Awards in 1995. Mark Lennihan/AP The word "Hater" — as it's often used today — is derived from the term "Player Hater," a phrase popularized by late rapper Notorious B.I.G., shown here clutching his Billboard Music Awards in 1995. Haters are here. And there. 'Haters' Are Going To Hate This Story
Imagine going into an espresso bar, as I did in Tokyo, ordering a single shot, and being told that it's not on offer. The counter at No. 8 Bear Pond may feature the shiniest, spiffiest, newest La Marzocco, as well as a Rube Goldberg–esque water-filtration system, but the menu, which lists lattes and Americanos, makes no mention of espresso or cappuccino. "My boss won't let me make espressos," says the barista. Made Better in Japan
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Business Week Popularity 2011 Are you aware that hotels have facilities to support a number of occasions? Even though they are very well referred to as a weekend lodging option, you will find other facilities on their grounds. They can provide the right spaces for any marriage ceremony and reception, a conference area, or perhaps a banquet space for any political event. If people choose to spend the evening after one of these simple occasions, it is a win-win situation for those concerned.
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