Audi’s Super Bowl ad, featuring a man watching her daughter win on the race track, advocates for equal pay.
The Super Bowl is much more than a sporting event. Ads on football’s biggest night are cultural markers of the nation’s evolving attitude toward women. We see more commercials cheerleading feminist ideals, but they remain interlopers in a room of buxom blondes and nagging wives.
Audi’s new spot on equal pay, airing during Sunday’s game, is the latest buzzworthy fempowerment ad, set to be viewed in millions of homes just two weeks after the nation witnessed a historic rally promoting gender equality. In the 60-second spot, a dad watches his daughter compete in a cart race while contemplating what to say to her about worth:
“What do I tell my daughter? Do I tell her that her grandpa’s worth more…
Gone are the days of having to stand up and walk over to your speaker dock to switch to a new song or station. With wireless Bluetooth devices, you can play your music wherever you go and how you like it without having to lug around a heavy dock for your phone. With the introduction of the iPhone 5 and its new connectors, speaker docks have become a thing of the past. Now may be the best time to invest in a wireless Bluetooth sound system for your shiny, new iPhone 5 whether it be for music, videos, or calls.
Logitech UE Boombox
Logitech’s newest Bluetooth product is the Logitech UE Boombox. As you can tell, the speakers look slick and smooth. The UE Boombox isn’t just all show though, the sound quality is absolutely superb and is a beast all on its own.
For those looking for a premium Bluetooth speakers, look no further. The UE Boombox measures about the size of your standard…
(HELENA) Montana’s top school official laid out her agenda before state lawmakers Friday afternoon.
Superintendent of Public Instruction Elsie Arntzen delivered her first State of Education address, just over a month after taking office.
Arntzen asked legislators not to cut state funding for public schools. She said money from the state general fund covers nearly two-thirds of most school districts’ budgets, and covering a shortfall could require a larger burden on local property taxpayers.
On other education-related bills, Arntzen said her office will often defer to the decisions made by the legislature. She called it part of a commitment to “depoliticize” the Office of Public Instruction.
Arntzen told lawmakers she was elected to protect Montana schools from federal overreach. She pledged that she would advocate for greater local control.
A midcentury house in Laurelhurst is modernized, beautifully.
KRISTIN AND HER HUSBAND had no plans at all to move from their first home, a 1911 Queen Anne bungalow they had meticulously remodeled to the period. But the kids were conked out in the car, and the family randomly had driven by an intriguing midcentury-modern open house in picturesque Laurelhurst — and really, what could possibly happen if Kristin just peeked?
“We pull up, and I run in,” says Kristin, sitting in the impeccably renovated and newly modernized, open house she and her husband now share with their three young children. “I loved the…
In his bold book “The Demon in Democracy”, the Polish philosopher and longtime dissident Ryszard Legutko explains how democracies can quickly turn to totalitarianism.
Polish philosopher and former politician Ryszard Legutko is the author of “The Demon in Democracy: Totalitarian Temptations in Free Societies”, published by Encounter Books (Photos: www.encounterbooks.com)
dialogue with non-Catholics, non-Christians, or even anti-Christians
may sometimes be perfectly appropriate, Ryszard Legutko is quite
right, in The Demon in Democracy: Totalitarian Temptations in Free
Societies, to highlight the fine line which divides Catholics who
are open to civil debate from those who act as useful idiots for the
Left. In particular, Legutkoa professor of philosophy who held
various high-ranking positions in the Polish governmentdescribes
Some people, and you may be one of them, start to feel antsy if they must go even a few minutes without checking their email or surfing the web. For such consumers, prepaid mobile broadband makes life easier. Since WI-Fi will never be available at every single place that we go – not for quite a while, anyway – a Prepaid Internet package can be the next best thing. And many exciting, and money-saving, developments have recently been cropping up as far as prepaid options go.
When you pay ahead of time for your mobile broadband, you in effect pay for all the Internet data you think you’ll need over the course of a set period of time – seven days, perhaps, or a month or even longer. In doing so, you avoid getting locked into a standard two-year contract, which can be extremely expensive to get out of should you come across a better deal before those two years are up.