This is an amusing clip shot during the filming of Return of the Jedi.
Yes, I know people clean up after the festival, but what is so difficult in throwing your garbage away so that what little seating is available is somewhat sittable?
Also, I didn’t see any recycling bins for plastic bottles. Pretty bad, especially since they were selling all soft drinks in plastic bottles.
Overall, I felt that the food was mediocre. Good and distinctive restaurants don’t need Taste of Cincinnati for exposure and so they don’t participate.
I like the Ritz and Oreo packaging that I saw the other day at Target. It’s a much cleaner and simpler look with a design aesthetic. I especially like the word Oreo with each letter in a white circle, reminiscent of the white icing middle.
In contrast with the beauty of the new package, we have the old Double Stuf packaging on the right. Yes, it is spelled Double Stuf with one “f”.
It looks like there may be a functional change behind the package redesign. It looks like you can open the Oreo package and reseal it by lift the tab on the top.
From NYTimes.com: A Prom Divided
“It’s awkward,” acknowledges JonPaul Edge, a senior who is white. “I have as many black friends as I do white friends. We do everything else together. We hang out. We play sports together. We go to class together. I don’t think anybody at our school is racist.” Trying to explain the continued existence of segregated proms, Edge falls back on the same reasoning offered by a number of white students and their parents. “It’s how it’s always been,” he says. “It’s just a tradition.”
It’s pretty surprising to me that this type of thing still exists. I wonder which prom Asians would attend if you lived down there.