Whenever certain months roll around, they’re automatically synonymous with sports. For instance, when fall comes, you know that your boyfriend or husband will be glued to the TV screen, watching football all day, and there’s nothing you can do. Here at Lady Luck Casino Marquette, we don’t think the fellas should have all the fun. While your honey is doing his thing, you ladies should have some fun of your own. This is why we’re bringing Hunks: The Show to Lady Luck Casino Marquette. Ladies grab a glass of water because this show is going to be hot!
Lani: I was helping for someone’s project for COMM 245; I was in the video lab, in the studio. I was on campus and decided to contact everyone I knew who comes to the school. I remember I sent out a snap saying guys I think there is a shooting, be careful and then I started sending out individual texts to people making sure they were okay, like hey are you good? Stay out of an area. I didn’t know how many people were getting shot. I just knew it’s not good and that we have to be careful. At first, the campus was like we are unsure, just be careful, and then it took some time till I finally got an email that said stay on campus and were held there for about two hours, I just kept recording.
I played a round of spent and was out of money on day 13. I started by finding a job, the job I got pay around $300 dollars a month. I chose the lowest health insurance plan with a $45 copay. I then hit a car while driving my child to school and had to choose between stopping and paying for damages or to keep driving, I chose to keep going. I also acquired a speeding ticket, which I contested in court and won but missed a day of work and got a strike. I had to make a decision to between my health or paying to see a doctor, I chose to ignore my health and save money. Some damages were made to my car and I asked a friend for help so I could save the money for something else. I ignored my student loans that were due. I lost on day 13 from a phone
It was a cold November morning in the valley of Cowan, when I fired my first shot. It was a smooth and clean feeling after I pulled the trigger. I than saw the deer hunker as the slug hit its side, and it began to run away from us. Dad, knowing I had made a good shot, still decided to jump out of the blind window to end the animals suffering. Unfortunately, when his foot caught, it was all over from then. Once, I was inside the blind and the next I was in the cold crisp air. I then saw Dad on the ground cursing himself for jumping through the window.
Entering my junior year of high school, I felt compelled to start a Bible study at my school. I enlisted some of my friends, and we began building the foundation of, Alive. We were aware that we would face animosity from peers, but we wouldn’t let it stop us. Unfortunately, administration was worried that we would spark an uprising of groups who wanting the opposite of what we were about. The red tape of separation of church and state was brought to our attention, even though we were not doing anything wrong. Nevertheless, my friends and myself put together a presentation and showed it to administration on why they could not stop us. As a result, I felt more empowered. I learned that with hard work and dedication, nothing can stop
The day began like any ordinary day except on this day a scene I envisioned for years was about to occur. Finding me trapped in a moment in space and time with a huge decision to make as my heart kept pounding [IT/DC].
In this situation, I have recently graduated with my business degree and have landed a new position at a company I had been researching during my senior year in college. I have been offered a lump-sum, sign-on bonus of $5,000 and have also recently purchased a new condo and car. My personal debt is comprised of these two new purchases as well as my student loans. When considering my debt reduction and investment earnings potential and any applicable taxes I would personally choose to invest the $5,000 sign-on bonus and pay down my debt. In this example, tax rates are stable over the next 10 years and inflation is low and does not change. With this in mind, I would think it would be beneficial for me to invest some of this money as well pay
“In the depth of winter, I finally learned that within me there lay an invincible summer.”-Albert Camus
I remember when I was a little girl and my Dad had just gotten remarried, my step-mom told me as we walked up to the entrance of Walmart she said that I could now call her ‘mom’.At the time I was six and I really didn’t understand what was going on and I went along with it being the people-pleaser I am. I just remember thinking this is wierd I already have a mom. I grew up hating my step-mother and ended up just calling her Mrs.Jenniffer. Mrs. Jenniffer has two daughters Ashley and Lexi. They were both mean to me, one time when I was 7 or 8 I don’t remember what I did probably just ‘had an attitude’ but Ashley said go to the corner, a common punishment, apparently my nose wasn't in the corner and she didn’t say anything she just sat on my head
I couldn’t wait to tell my friends about my new craving for books! We were starting school in a week. I decided that I needed some answers. I was laying in bed when I had a great idea. I sneak outside and head to the cemetery. Walking up to the giant ink bottle, I notice the door was cracked open a little bit. I open it and walk through. I see my friend Jack lying on the floor with a bite mark on his neck. I knew I had to keep quiet, or the vampire will come after me. So, I run back home as fast as I could.
I walked out of my now ex-girlfriend’s house disappointed because I thought that this girl, Felicia, was the one. I walked out towards the road where my old car was sitting waiting for me to make the somewhat miserable drive back home. I stumbled into my car and began the drive down M-35 back to the small town of Norton, North Carolina. I couldn’t help but ponder what had gone wrong with Felicia to make her think that enough was enough. I knew I had to focus on the road, but I couldn’t because there were a million thoughts going through my head and I had tears in my eyes.
During the 1930’s, as the world suffered the effects of a wide spread depression, many industries were either shrinking or disappearing, with one exception: the oil industry. Despite the economical and social hardships enveloping this time period, oil had become a necessity and as such, it was dealt with differently. Being the the main source of fuel and lightings for millions of people, constituting a variety of countries, exploration for the next generations supply of oil was as exuberant as it had ever been. As the masses became ever-more dependent on this resource, government and world leaders began to play a bigger roll in an industry once dominated by big business. In the fifth installment of the Prize titled, “Crude Diplomacy,” we
Terror fled over the people as the boat went down. People were screaming and trying to find the life jackets. Chloe, Aubriee, and Amanda dropped the lifeboat… they hit the water with a big SMACK!!!
Across the street from my two story house lives an old woman named Betty. Now, Betty has been living there for many years, under the curse of diabetes. Illnesses and crippledness before would terrify me, anyone or anything unlike me gave me shivers. Betty, because of the diabetes, was made to have her leg amputated. Because of this, she can’t walk well by herself or carry out many other basic household needs. When I was younger and before she lost her leg, I would always come and sit with her on the metal bench on her front porch. We would have popsicles and talk, and sometimes she would want me to carry her trash out when she couldn’t. Whenever we could, we would walk up and down the street and talk about life. Everything seemed simple with
Penny checked the time on her smart phone. “We have to be seated before the ceremony begins. I don’t want to be late. Okay?”