Kevin Durant: “Twelve Days of Christmas”. Photo by Jim Beckel, The OklahomanFrom left, Nenad Krstic (12), Nick Collison (4) and Kevin Durant (35) of Oklahoma City react at the end of the NBA basketball game between the Oklahoma City Thunder and the Utah Jazz at the Ford Center in Oklahoma City, Thursday, December 31, 2009. The Thunder won, 87 86.
A moment of silence was observed before the kickoff. Quarterback Robert Council went 18 for 28 for 269 yards and three touchdowns and also rushed for 71 yards in Hull’s spread attack. He found Thomas Martin on a 75 yard touchdown pass to put the Bears up 28 21 in the third quarter.
FOLD: Indianais another Big Ten team that defied description coughing up 92 points at Duke, to winning the conference. The Hoosiers played fellow league contenders Maryland, Michigan State and Purdue just once (how does the Big Ten let THAT happen?I mean the Hoosiers and Boilermakers just happen to be located in the same state!). They face a testy Chattanooga team that counts among its alums Dennis Haskins (Mr.
God may save you from the affliction. He may not. But one thing is certain: whatever he calls you to face, even if it be the hottest flames from the Evil One and his worldly powers, Jesus stands in the fire with you.. Starbucks was the first company in America to give comprehensive health benefits and stock options to every single employee, including the over 65% that were part time at the time. In addition to providing employees with a great benefit plan, Starbucks also offers its employees comprehensive training that enables the organization to promote its products through its employees. Starbucks, by way of word of mouth recruiting, is able to save substantial money on marketing costs and redistribute it to improve the company elsewhere. “Starbucks spends just $30 million annual on advertising, or roughly 1% of revenues.
But cannabis legalization does pose the possibility of more prevalent cannabis consumption, as well as ways to easily conceal cannabis consumption so that no server in a bar or restaurant would ever know.And if that patron, impaired by cannabis consumption, were served one or more alcoholic beverages, and subsequently caused property damage, personal injury or even death, could the establishment that served the alcohol be liable?It is no wonder this is on the minds of businesses licensed to serve alcohol. A restaurant or bar owner has a unique duty of care owed to patrons both while they are on, and once they have left, the premises.In Ontario, for example, the provincial Liquor Licence Act imposes liability on the employees or agents of a commercial host if they sell alcohol to or for a person whose condition is such that consumption would apparently intoxicate the person or increase the person intoxication so that they would be in danger of causing injury to themselves, to another person or to the property of another person. The person who sold the alcohol can be liable for damages if personal or property damage is caused, or if the person dies while intoxicated either by suicide or by accident.That is serious stuff.