For 27 years, Bill Gates has entrusted the management of his enormous wealth and the endowment of his giant foundation to a single man: Michael Larson. He openly judged female employees on their attractiveness, showed colleagues nude photos of women on the internet and on several occasions made sexually inappropriate comments. He made a racist remark to a Black employee. He bullied others. When an employee said she was leaving Cascade, Larson retaliated by trying to hurt the stock price of the company she planned to join. Over the years, at least six people — including four Cascade employees — complained to Gates about Larson, according to former employees and others with direct knowledge of the complaints. Several of them also complained to his wife, Melinda French Gates. Larson still runs Cascade. And on at least a few occasions, Gates pursued women who worked for him at Microsoft and the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. Gates stepped down from the board last year.
A woman in her sixties, after losing everything in the Great Recession, embarks on a journey through the American West, living as a van-dwelling modern-day nomad. Bob : One of the things I love most about this life is that there's no final goodbye. You know, I've met hundreds of people out here and I don't ever say a final goodbye. I always just say, "I'll see you down the road. And whether it's a month, or a year, or sometimes years, I see them again. Sign In. Welcome to the new version of this page.
Free the Nipple?
Older Woman: What is there about showing so much of your breast exposed, except for excitement, for a male! Why so much interest in this? And what is it people want to achieve? That year Ramona Santorelli argued that New York nudity laws were unconstitutional since they single out female nipples. Several justices agreed and effectively legalized female toplesseness in New York.
It was a co-production of Canada and France and written by Laird Koenig , based on his novel of the same title. The plot focuses on year-old Rynn Jacobs Foster , a child whose absent poet father and secretive behaviours prod the suspicions of her conservative small-town Maine neighbours. The adaptation, originally intended as a play, was filmed in Quebec on a small budget. The production later became the subject of controversy over reports that Foster had conflicts with producers over the filming and inclusion of a nude scene, but a year-old body double was used. After a screening at the Cannes Film Festival , a court challenge was launched regarding distribution, and a general release followed in Initially released to mixed reviews, with some critics finding the murder mystery plot weak but Foster's performance more meritorious, the film won two Saturn Awards , including Best Horror Film.