Got a ham/egg croissanwich from Whole Foods. It was bad, mostly because of the eggs but the croissant may be problematic as well. (Gluten?) The ham barely had any taste; the eggs were overwhelming and yet too soggy (like bad scrambled eggs rather than an omlette which would have been better for a sandwich). The only good part might have been the cheese. I have not been impressed with the prepare food from WF so far, except for the sushi.
She has a big fanbase in Japan, but did she have to play a Japanese character? Wouldn't that upset her Korean fanabase? (Unless
she is playing a Korean Japanese who moved or was born in America. Unlikely?)
According to this review: "And Aya is Korean but lived her whole life in Japan." Can Aya also be a Korean name? Was the script originally written as such or was it adjusted in order to placate fans from both Korea and Japan?
She has a Korean accent when she speaks English, from what I heard in the trailer.
You could say Tina Fey is poking fun at herself, but nonetheless, the modern feminist is a consumer, and this ad caters to the consuming power of single women. I saw the long version (the complete version) last night at the theater, cut with many scenes of Tina Fey using her credit card for various purchases.
Lifesite News: "The Paulist Order has been serving the parish for just over a century. Bishop Barber had originally requested the Paulists as a whole withdraw from the parish but later altered his instruction. The priests who will be replacing Campbell and Edens are also Paulists and Barber later stated he was impressed by them."
While driving up to Berkeley today on 880 I passed a car that had pulled over onto the shoulder? on the underpass (actually the very small portion marked off by the white line, right before the curve of the on-ramp. The three occupants (2 men, 1 woman)were kneeling and praying - Muslims.