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As I watch my daughter open presents this Christmas, I’ll be grateful that eating until she’s full isn’t the best part of her holiday. I’m happy that she can help herself to seconds any night of the year if she wants. And while my family in Zimbabwe didn’t go hungry, many in our village were not as fortunate.
If we define freedom in narrow, political terms, then August 15, 1947, marks a closure. It was the day the political struggle against an imperial power culminated in success and in our Independence Day. But freedom is a broader concept. Physically, the Gear Fit2 is a notable improvement from the original model Samsung launched in 2014. The strap is softer and more enjoyable to wear, and the screen is significantly wider, making it easier to read text and view progress. The Fit2 is comfortable enough to keep on your wrist throughout the day and night.
The survey also showed 45 percent of the people thought renovating classrooms was the most important. A new gym, which was proposed with the bond issue that failed last September, only received 2 percent, while items such as updating technology and an auditorium received more support at 8 percent and 6 percent, respectively. “I was surprised that very few people thought we needed a second gym,” Grimes said.
When former Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling was exposed for making racist comments, his fellow NBA owners rightfully publicly decried his conduct, but I imagine behind the scenes they were cheering. They knew a sale of the Clippers would generate a huge price, but most of them were still surprised by the blockbuster $2 billion bid eventually made by Steven Ballmer. The players, of course, shared in absolutely none of that bonanza.