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Gulf states and Syria’s neighbors Iraq and Turkey – but not Iran, Wish them all the best! https://tco/II2Atug4wx Melissa McCarthy (@melissamccarthy) February 2 2016 In the years since the show ended McCarthy has become a breakout Hollywood star with starring roles in Bridesmaids The Heat Spy and the upcoming all-female Ghostbusters reboot Gilmore Girls creator Amy Sherman-Palladino said in an interview Monday that McCarthy’s character does not have an active storyline in the four-part series "It was a character we knew we could not count on in terms of story because [Melissa] just simply wouldnt have that sort of time to carve out for us" she said Stars Lauren Graham Alexis Bledel Scott Patterson Kelly Bishop Sean Gunn and Keiko Agena are confirmed to return which will be comprised of four 90-minute episodes one for each season Neither Sherman-Palladino or McCarthy’s representatives responded when asked for comment Contact us at [email protected] Brodkorb was a junior campaign staffer at a local Minnesota parade when he came face-to-face with Jesse Ventura It was 1998 and Ventura former wrestler talk-show radio host and action figure extraordinaire was running for governor as a barnburning outsider and Brodkorb was a skinny kid working for the wrong campaign Ventura had some words for him "Im your worst nightmare" the gubernatorial candidate shouted across the parade according to Brodkorb as the crowd cheered A few months later he was elected governor Venturas victory came seventeen years before Donald Trump launched his fame-fueled bid for president last June But the former Minnesota governors provocative campaign in many ways presaged Trump Like other celebrity-politicians former California governor Arnold Schwarzenegger among them Ventura grew stronger with bombast chest-beating and provocation He was underestimated and ridiculed by his opponentsand then he won "The normal type of things youd expect to trip up a candidate never seemed to stick to Ventura" recalled Brodkorb who went on to be the deputy chair of Minnesotas Republican Party "People were very much enthralled with Ventura because of his personality his style his pointing of the finger his willingness to go after the politicians" "It was very Trump-like" Brodkorb said Like Ventura and Schwarzenegger Trump has a brand identity that has allowed him to coast past more orthodox politicians to success in the Republican presidential primary Those campaigns are a warning to Clinton who is about to face a prolonged and nasty battle against Trump She will have to contend with a celebrity who has so far been insulated from harm: at least in the Republican primary Trumps most far-fetched and brazen statements have only seemed to help his candidacy Clintons aides believe that Trumps celebrity brand will not shield him from attacks in a general election campaign In recent weeks their attacks have been a buffet of messages: Clinton has called him bullying divisive and dangerous and the campaign ads have suggested he is clownish and clueless Clintons allies have already opened planning a barrage on the real estate mogul pointing to a litany of focus groups and research they say show anti-Trump ads are effective with a general electorate The pro-Clinton super-PAC Priorities USA Action will release advertisements in Ohio Florida and other swing states on Wednesday attacking Trump and targeting his statements on women "We recognize the fact that Donald Trump isnt a conventional candidate and we have to be able to pivot and run an unconventional campaign at times" said Justin Barasky communications director for Priorities USA Action "But our overall strategy for Trump remains the same as it would be for anybody else: to aggressively contrast his record with Hillary Clintons" But strategists in both parties say Clinton will need a different playbook to beat a celebrity opponent So far Trump has been immune to the kinds of attacks that would sink a more traditional candidate He dispatched a field of 16 Republican candidates all of whom underestimated his appeal and believed he would eventually be disqualified by his comments about women Muslims and the disabled During Californias 2003 gubernatorial recall and the subsequent 2006 race Arnold Schwarzeneggers seemed similarly immune to fallback The bodybuilder and star of Conan the Barbarian and The Terminator survived a front-page Los Angeles Times story in October 2003 that recorded numerous instances of the actor groping and fondling women A 1981 interview surfaced in which Schwarzenegger explained to Johnny Carson how he and a buddy would purposefully destroy people’s chimneys and ask the homeowners for payments to do repairs After he won the recall Schwarzenegger was berated after he said of a nurses’ union "I kick their butt" His Democratic opponent in his 2006 reelection Phil Angelides attacked the governor on numerous controversies But neither Schwarzeneggers apparently admiring comments about Adolf Hitler in the 1970s recorded in a screenplay and reported years later in the New York Times nor his comments about "mulattos" and the female form seemed to matter "People already know that these folks are scoundrels that they dont live a normal lifestyle” said Garry South a Democratic strategist in California who closely watched two failed campaigns against Schwarzenegger “Theyve done things that an average person cant do and done things that only a celebrity can get away with" "And I think Trump has a little bit of that inoculation with respect to his background" South said That’s why more traditional attacks on Trump like targeting his philandering his factual errors about the United States’ trade deficit with China or his exaggerated poll number may not work Similarly when Ventura ran for governor in 1998 he aroused controversy with little damage He entertained the idea of legalizing red-light districts and drugs He called the media “jackals” and at one debate in Minnesotas iron range according to Brodkorb Ventura proposed slashing a crucial government fund He ran an outlandish ad where he appeared nude as Rodins The Thinker He later admitted to having spent a weekend at a well-known brothel in Nevada the Moonlite BunnyRanch As governor Ventura gave a raunchy interview with Playboy magazine and refereed wrestling matches Yet he won a three-way election and remained popular throughout his term Celebrity candidates’ provocative comments or gaffes often only reinforce their status as outsiders Alex Conant was a young staffer along with Brodkorb on then-St Paul mayor Norm Coleman’s campaign against Ventura back in 1998 He later became communications director for Marco Rubio in the Republican presidential primary Conant said he saw close similarities between Ventura and Trump "Ventura and Trump positioned themselves as populist outsiders who just ran against the governing class" Conant said "These candidates that enter the race with existing brands have have advantages especially when saying outrageous things is consistent with their existing brand" Not all celebrity politicians have followed the same path Comedian Al Franken author of “Rush Limbaugh Is a Big Fat Idiot” ran toned down and fairly conventional Senate races in 2008 and 2014 And while opponents of Ronald Reagan liked to bring up his Hollywood past the former actor had long since been a political figure by the time he ran for president in 1980 Veterans say the lesson to draw from the losing campaigns is not to underestimate candidates like Trump and to attack hard forcing them to defend themselves And the best way to take on Trump may be to undermine the talking points that have fueled his rise "The way to beat celebrity candidates is to show that theyre hypocrites" said Darrell West a director at the Brookings Institution who has studied celebrity politicians "They set high bar as being above politics and incorruptible so if you can find evidence of things that run contrary to that their support can collapse" The Clinton campaign believes Trumps comments about women will be toxic in a general election The ads released by the pro-Clinton super PAC Priorities USA Actions show women repeating the more provocative Trump vulgarisms Conant the former Rubio aide says he is not prepared to support Trump and he will not vote for Clinton but he has advice for her “Take Trump seriously Don’t assume voters will judge him by the same standards that they’re judging your candidate” Conant said “I personally didn’t take Trump seriously until he started winning and then it was too late” Contact us at [email protected] that’s all.
a project manager for the Adkins Association Inc. an architectural firm in St Paul"Not every post office gets a porch" Saterbak said The company does design work for the USPS Saterbak has reworked everything from old fast-food restaurants to township fire halls into new post offices and he said the USPS is a good tenant In the case of the Embarrass post office as in many current post office remodels the local community buys or puts up the building and the USPS leases it "Once the post office moves in they never move out" Saterbak saidBut they do sometimes closeThe USPS is in the midst of a financial crisis brought about by years of dwindling mail volume According to a USPS report issued in February "Overall the Postal Service continues to operate within an unsustainable business model because of mandated costs such as an unaffordable retiree health benefits program that is not fully integrated with Medicare and an ineffective pricing system"That has translated for example to a net loss of $200 million in the first quarter of the 2017 fiscal year according to the report In previous years the USPS has proposed closing hundreds of post office locations across the countryThe new building in Embarrass was moved into place in November and contractors quickly began to remodel the structure installing PO boxes and other post office features — including that wide front porchThe move will change Elj’s life "back to wonderful" he said Elj has worked as a rural postal carrier for more than a decade and currently drives a six-hour route in the Embarrass area When the new post office opens he will no longer have to drive to Tower and back before beginning his routeElj worked for a few years out of the old Embarrass Post Office which was a small cramped space alternately hot in the summer and cold in the winter he said"I didn’t think it would reopen" Elj said "It was such a small office and I really didn’t think the Postal Service would do anything about it But the community voiced their opinion enough times" to urge them to reopen the office"All potential projects receive a planning and financial review and are subject to approval at the district area and headquarters level" said Peter Nowacki a spokesperson for the USPS in a statement about the Embarrass project Nowacki said the USPS had an "increased" budget from 2016 to 2017 for updating and improving facilities though he could not release specific numbers about the Embarrass Post Office"While times change and people’s methods of communications have evolved we still provide an essential communications link that connects friends and family and drives commerce" Nowacki saidAnd in Embarrass that link now comes with a veranda"Whitey he was a great man" said Greg Stennes a one-time manager and later partner in East Grand Forks’ iconic restaurant and bar "He would deliver food to people at home every Sunday people who couldn’t get out particularly women who had worked for him"We had some of those gals there years before me and they stayed until they couldn’t carry a tray anymore"Stennes said Larson also was very generous and always made sure to give employees a "nice Christmas bonus when it really wasn’t customary"Glitz and glamourLarson knew a lot of people and he "ran in a crowd" Stennes said "He must have been a pretty high roller in those years"Even movie star legend Clark Gable once bellied up to the famous horseshoe-shaped bar which was wrapped in stainless steel and built during the Great Depression It was the year of "Too Hot to Handle" and Gable was the hot news in town that October 1938"It was a glitzy place" Stennes said The restaurant and its fancy Art Deco design were featured in both the Saturday Evening Post and Time magazine in 1939Times were goodBut when the Minnesota Legislature in 1973 lowered the legal drinking age to 18 Stennes said Larson was ready to retire"When that happened Whitey wanted to get out" Stennes said "He didn’t want to mess with it"He sold the business to four partners who then hired Stennes on as part of the management team Stennes received a 10 percent share in the business and also was given first option to buy anyone out which he later did twiceMixed crowd"We took over the day the drinking age changed to 18 (June 1 1973) and it was Saturday night every night for the first 10 years It was just insane" Stennes saidLater the restaurant purchased Black’s Bakery next door when Viggo Nelson hung up his apron Business was booming and Whitey’s needed the space It soon expanded with the addition of two connected saloons — known simply as the back bar and the side bar"Our biggest challenge was we had such a melting pot of customers" Stennes said "We had bankers to bikers to college age and everything in between"When every booth table and barstool were full Stennes said Whitey’s packed in 500 people with standing room only "People have a high tolerance for that as long as they’re having a good time" he said "Our main thing was to protect the restaurant business though We had a good thing going before that 18-year-old drinking law We didn’t want to jeopardize the success of the restaurant"But Stennes said the new space created a place for everyone And the bar followed a strict protocol to keep the rowdy "kids" in lineIt was mutual respect he said Many times he would have to tap a young college student on the shoulder and ask him to imagine his grandmother was trying to enjoy a nice meal in the next booth That usually did the trick"We embraced the opportunity but they had to behave themselves" Stennes said "They had the right to come in there like anybody else but there were rules of engagement"It was a good run for Stennes but he retired and sold the business in 2010The restaurant and bar stands today along the riverfront It survived the Prohibition the whittling down to only five city liquor licenses in 1947 and a giant flood 50 years later Though the original building was destroyed in the flood it was rebuilt a few doors down with its salvaged horseshoe bar intact"Whitey was very good to me" Stennes said "And I was good to them I think"[email protected] The government announced on Friday that without enabling legislation. 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