After Gendotti’s tackle, Slaker had to sit out the game for the next three minutes. The crowd was stunned. Everybody thought Stanford’s physicality and size were enough to overmatch Cal, but Gendotti decided to set the tone himself. “But I played that for Eric B, and he was interested, told me, ‘We can make a record.’ And things turned out where I couldn’t go to college. I had to focus on my rap career; things kind of took off fast. Man, I had no idea it was going to be that big.
Lotito even entered the Guinness book of records when he ate a goddamn airplane. Sure, it took him two years to do it, but he ate two pounds of metal per day during the whole thing. Recent X rays show he still has pieces of metal in his stomach and even a chain still stuck in there..
SHAHANI: Uber uses the sensors in drivers’ smartphones to monitor how they turn left or change lanes or stop. Turns out, 116 respondents say they didn’t realize Uber was doing that. Uber does ask for consent in a long online contract. Bombardier has a corresponding put option, which allows it to sell its stake to Airbus in the same time frame.On Friday, Enders told reporters in Montreal that the company has no plans to buy out Bombardier’s share, and that “we know they are great partners and if they want to stay on the journey going forward they are very welcome to that.”That message contradicts a statement from Airbus’ vice president of communications, Rainer Ohler, who, according to the Seattle Times, said earlier this week that “at the end of the day, this will be an Airbus program.””It’s not forever a threesome. Over time, we take 100 per cent of the program. That’s the end game,” Ohler reportedly said.While Airbus’ leadership is expected to boost the success of the CSeries Enders said he expects to sell “thousands” of the planes and may provide Bombardier the ability to recover some of the billions sunk into the program,the chances of Bombardier taking another run at the world commercial aviation duopoly seem slim.”At the end of the day, the more successful this thing gets, the less likely it is to stay in Bombardier’s hands,” said Richard Aboulafia, an aviation analyst and vice president with the Teal Group.Chris Murray, an analyst with AltaCorp Capital, said the deal also raises questions about Bombardier’s other divisions.”Now Bombardier has four different businesses, and they each have different paths Down the road, do they become a holding company of companies, where they own industrial conglomerates where other people run or manage (them)? It’s a good question, and one I don’t have an answer for, because there are a lot of different ways it could go.”Some analysts say the Airbus deal will allow the company to shift its focus from trying to make the CSeries viable to its more profitable business jet and transportation divisions..