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John & Kyla Cooper October 8th, 2011 Song by Snow Patrol -Just say yes.
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Kendall Frisoli & Cooper Kass TOHS Talent Show 2012
Kendall and Cooper are performing for the first time together at the Thousand Oaks High School talent show. They are playing an original song titled, “You an…
Did one of Anderson Cooper’s Brothers kill himself? and if so, why?
Downloadable sheet music: Just Say Yes (Cooper)
YesAnderson Cooper’s older brother, Carter Vanderbilt Cooper, committed suicide on July 22, 1988, at age 23, by jumping from the 14th-floor terrace of Vanderbilt’s New York City penthouse apartment. Gloria Vanderbilt later wrote about her son’s death in the book “A Mother’s Story”, in which she expresses her belief that the suicide was caused by a psychotic episode induced by an allergy to the anti-asthma prescription drug salbutamol. Anderson cites Carter’s suicide for sparking his interest in journalism. “Loss is a theme that I think a lot about, and it’s something in my work that I dwell on. I think when you experience any kind of loss, especially the kind I did, you have questions about survival: Why do some people thrive in situations that others can’t tolerate? Would I be able to survive and get on in the world on my own?”
Is a 2002 mini cooper a good first car? I’m 15 years old, and starting to look around for my first car. I love love love the mini cooper or the Volkswagen Beetle. I’m not sure yet. Oh i also found a 2003 Mitsubishi Eclipse GTS. But i found a almost $7000 2002 mini coop. What other cars would be a good first car?
Yes Mini cooper is good, very cheap on petrol but $7000 is too cheap so there will be something wrong with it. I think good first cars are Suzuki Swifts- bit more expensive but with a first car you don’t want it to break down and your want something that is cheaply insured.Another one could be a Toyota Corrolla- Reason being is both of these cars are cheap on petrol and not every 16 year oils has the money to keep paying for fuel. If $7000 is your budget don’t go for anything over 2005 or european because there will be something wrong with it or high K’s!!Japanese cars are good first cars- Always reliable as a first car.Just always keep a tool box and a spare wheel in the back 🙂
Are John Travolta and Anderson Cooper really gay (or bi)?
John Travolta: I think he might be bi, he has a wife and 2 kids. Anderson Cooper: Yep! He has admitted it on many interviews.
YES and YesCooper has come out now. It is official. Case closed.Travolta’s excursions in the bath houses of Hollywood are legendary. So many people have seen him engaged in sexual activity with other men, or have been propositioned by him, that this doesn’t even qualify as a secret anymore.
mini cooper, yes or no? new car purchase
my sister looooooves her mini. She has not had any problems with it, she actually had a base mini, then traded it in for MORE than what she paid 6 months later for a mini cooper S! She looooooves this one too. It’s like an oversized go-cart, awesome cornering abilities, it zips around with lots of speed, handeling awesome the thing really sticks to the road, safety is awesome too (there was a crash test done with a head on with a Ford f150 pick up truck, the mini won by a landslide). The minis have tons of aftermarket parts and mods if that’s what you are into, if not you can customize them hundreds of ways what the dealer stuff. By the way, I am not bias at all, I have a chevy impala ss, a BIG car, unlike my sister’s little one. Thats the only downside, yes you can seat 4 people, but you have a fairly small trunk space. However so far she has seemed to do fine with the space she has, no problems yet. Oh, and another great thing, mini cooper dealers actually have events all the time, like mini drive in movie rally, and picnics, and halloween costumes (for your cars!) contests. It is definitely a fun cult-like atmosphere. There are mini cooper clubs all over the place. I know 20 year olds who own them, all the way through 65 year olds. It’s fun for everyone! I hope this helped.
depends on which one u want. get the s and get the special packages so yours is cooler than anyone else’s. you can upgrade it engine. its with BMW so u know its good. its better than getting a ford focus or a chevy. its small fuel effiecent powerful for its size. its got amazing handeling too. i think u should. look around for locla dealerships to see which one has the best but check online first. there are special editions of mini coopers too. some are more powerful while others have better handeling and acceleration.
It really depends on what you really need. I have 2 MINI Coopers. One MINI Cooper S JCW and one MINI Cooper automatic. I LOVE my MINI’s. I had a BMW 325is, Ford Mustang, Chevy Camero, Jeep Wrangler, Honda Accord and a Honda Civic before I got these. These are by far more fun, better resale value, safe, handle better, good gas mileage and not so vanilla. I do admit that the MINI is not for everyone. But you know what, for what you get at this price range you can’t touch with other brands. By far the funnest car I’ve ever owned.
Very vague questions. Mini vs. What else?Without knowing what you’re comparing the Mini to, I will say this.I have driven the Mini’s and the ONLY way I would buy one is if it was the Cooper S model. The non S model is way too slow.For the same money. I’d wait for the 135i BMW to come out. 300hp engine for $35k.
what is the Cooper v Aaron case about? Can someone tell me what happened in this case. Who is the plaintiff, who is the defendant. How did it start? What was the decision made? and are Cooper and Aaron real people?
Cooper v. Aaron was a landmark decision of the Supreme Court of the United States, which held that the states were bound by the Court’s decisions, and could not choose to ignore them. In the wake of Brown v. Board of Education, the school district of Little Rock, Arkansas formulated a plan to desegregate its schools. Meanwhile, other school districts in the state opposed the Supreme Court’s rulings and attempted to find ways to perpetuate segregation. The Arkansas state legislature amended the state constitution to oppose desegregation, and then passed a law relieving children from mandatory attendance at segregated schools. The school board of Little Rock nevertheless continued with the desegregation program. On February 20, 1958, five months after the integration crisis involving the Little Rock Nine, members of the school board (along with the Superintendent of Schools) filed suit in the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Arkansas, urging suspension of its plan of desegregation. They alleged that public hostility to desegregation and the opposition of Governor Orval Faubus and the state legislature created an intolerable and chaotic situation. The relief the plaintiffs requested was for the African-American children to be returned to segregated schools and for the implementation of the desegregation plan to be postponed for two and a half years. The district court granted the school board’s request, but the United States Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit reversed. Prior to the Eighth Circuit’s decision, the Supreme Court had denied the defendants’ request to decide the case without waiting for the appeals court to deliberate on the case. In an opinion signed by every justice, the Court noted that the school board had acted in good faith, and that most of the problems stemmed from the official opposition of the Arkansas state government to racial integration in both word and deed. Nonetheless, it was constitutionally impermissible under the Equal Protection Clause to maintain law and order by depriving the black students their equal rights under the law.More importantly, the Court held that since the Supremacy Clause of Article VI made the U.S. Constitution the supreme law of the land, and because Marbury v. Madison gave the Supreme Court the power of judicial review, then the precedent set forth in Brown v. Board of Education is the supreme law of the land, and is therefore binding on all the states, regardless of any state laws contradicting it.Moreover, since public officials are required to swear an oath to uphold the Constitution (as per Article VI, Clause 3), for these same officials to ignore the Court’s precedents is equal to a violation of that oath. Even though education is the responsibility of the state government, that responsibility must be carried out in a manner consistent with the requirements of the Constitution, particularly the Fourteenth Amendment.
Yes — William Cooper (Little Rock, Arkansas Independent School Board president) versus John Aaron (plaintiff suing for admission)Decided Sept. 12, 1958 — announced 9/29/58In an opinion signed by every justice, the Court noted that the school board had acted in good faith, and that most of the problems stemmed from the official opposition of the Arkansas state government to racial integration in both word and deed. Nonetheless, it was constitutionally impermissible under the Equal Protection Clause to maintain law and order by depriving the black students their equal rights under the law.