1. Be like Nike, and JUST DO IT. Don’t ask what you can do to help, chances are they are not going to ask. Edit: Really, I think the most credible explanation is that we didn find any deals we considered valuable. Likely didn want to pay the inflated prices (though perhaps the market is now set) for players that would improve the starting XI. Didn feel there was much value for players that would increase depth outside of a couple we went for such as Grealish, and they shut the door on that..
(Nice dressy clothes wre nice but not too upscale) You drive to the secluded spot, don tell what is coming, just say you thought maybe some starwatching would be cool, have her walk out and look at some stars to get her night vision while you get things together. You can tell her you have a surprise at this point. Put the car between her and where you will set up away from the car.
If you want an example of this, check out the book Bad Blood by WSJ reporter John Carreyrou. It documents the rise and fall of Theranos, one of SV’s unicorns a few years back, and how they used these things like “passion”, the mission, and “change the world” mystique to fleece investors and business partners and bully their employees into being 90 hour a week zealots lest they be fired or relegated to outsider positions. All about his time working at a company called Hubspot and how their army of 25 year old entry level employees are willing participants in a cult like work culture that leaves no room for individuality, work life balance or rational thought..
Republicans like George W. Bush, the Bible, country and western music, and camping. It isn too surprising that Democrats like the Obamas and The Colbert Report or that many Republicans like George W. Hopefully you have taken my advice to heart and have actually taken the time to think before I hand you over all the answers. This is what I detest about school/college, all too often, it’s just finding (mostly memorizing) the “right answers” to ace a test. Nobody thinks anymore.
As this mini documentary from the Pulitzer Center shows, children as young as 13 are forced to work in the mines for as little as 2 dollars a day. They wear no safety protection, carry a store bought, battery powered flashlight, and often die from brutal working conditions that result in suffocation, cave ins, and death from sheer exhaustion. Multinational corporations like Apple, Samsung, Dell, and HP all depend on the Congolese mining operations for their raw materials, as 80 percent of the world’s coltan supply comes from the region.