I mean, I have many women I was very, very forward, advanced on women. And I have many female executives and many of them are making actually more than the men for the same job. So, I mean, the men sometimes don’t like me so much, to be honest with you.
Smith Williams says she has talked about this phenomenon withdozens offootball wives and girlfriends over the years, all of whom echo her feeling of powerlessness when law enforcement, NFL, and NFLPA officials all failed to intervene against signs of domestic abuse. The women, she says, eventually come to believe there’s nothing theycan do fix the problem, so they focus on living with it. “I had friends who had black eyes.
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And it’s an unfortunate double standard that now Muslim Americans are going to be under the microscope. And I agree with Michel, we all have that sort of moment where we hold our breath and we think to ourselves, gee, I hope he’s not one of ours. And as Arsalan said, sometimes they are one of yours..
Time to wipe that smile off your face and amp up the aggression. Pedal harder to “Analog Synths” by aptly named electro pop band The Fitness. After all, urban Darwinism doesn’t favor the meek.. Katie Colaneri is a reporter for StateImpact Pennsylvania and WHYY in Philadelphia covering energy and the environment. Before joining StateImpact, Katie worked as an investigative and enterprise reporter at WBGO in Newark, New Jersey. She covered some of New Jersey’s biggest stories including the devastation and aftermath of Hurricane Sandy in 2012 and Tropical Storm Irene in 2011, as well as the day to day triumphs and struggles to revitalize state’s largest city.