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宜春市中医院botox瘦脸针botox去皱botox瘦腿多少钱宜春学院附属医院曼托假体型号曼托和麦格脉冲光去痘印多少钱“A DVD retails for or more. Out of that, we writers currently get 4 or 5 cents. We’re asking to get 8 cents per DVD. The producers and others say we’re asking for too much.” That is television writer Saul Bloom’s argument as to why the Writers Guild of America is going on strike tomorrow.The strike by TV and movie writers will greatly affect TV and movie production. The last such strike, in 1988, cost the industry half a billion dollars. That strike lasted five months. Such a strike affects everyone in the business, from TV and movie industry executives all the way down to the people selling popcorn at local movie theaters.All movies currently in production that require the skills of active writers will halt production. TV networks will substitute new game shows and “reality” shows that don’t require professional writers. In addition, of course, there will be plenty of reruns. TV viewers in search of fresh programs might have to switch to cable TV or rent DVDs. A recent nationwide poll indicates that the general public strongly supports the writers, who are thought to be underpaid and unappreciated.“Writers are too demanding,” complained Reese Majors, vice president of CEC Entertainment, a production company with seven shows airing weekly on network TV. “They think they are so special. All they do is type a bunch of words onto a piece of paper. My six-year-old can do that. They claim that writing is work. But how can it be work when it is done in the comfort of their homes? How can you call sitting at home ‘work’? The actors and the crew have to go on location, where they must battle the cold, the heat, the jet lag, and the loneliness of being away from home. No home cooking for them—they have to eat catered meals. But you don’t hear them whining for four more cents per DVD!” Article/201106/139498丰城妇幼保健院颞部颞苹果肌眉弓多少钱 (THEME)ANNOUNCER:I’m Doug Johnson with PEOPLE IN AMERICA in VOA Special English. Today we tell the story of a musician who led one of the most popular American bands during the nineteen thirties and forties. His name was Artie Shaw. Listen for a few minutes to one of his many hit songs. This one is called “Frenesi.” Artie Shaw plays the clarinet. (MUSIC)On December thirtieth, two thousand four, Artie Shaw died after a long sickness. He was ninety-four years old. He was the last great musician and bandleader of what has been called the “Big Band Era.” Some of the others were Benny Goodman and Glenn Miller.In the nineteen thirties and nineteen forties Artie Shaw was one of the most popular musicians and bandleaders in the ed States. Just a few notes from his clarinet could start people dancing. His music sold millions of records. It still is difficult to listen to an old Artie Shaw recording and not tap your foot in time with the music. Or want to dance. Or sing along with his great sound. Listen to Shaw on the clarinet and his band play part of a song recorded in Hollywood, California in nineteen forty. It is called “Summit Ridge Drive.”(MUSIC)Artie Shaw was born in New York City in nineteen ten. His name was Arthur Arshawsky. His parents were poor immigrants who had come to the ed States from Eastern Europe. His family later moved to New Haven, Connecticut. At the age of fourteen, he began to play the saxophone and then the clarinet. From a very young age, Artie Shaw wanted to play his clarinet better than anyone. He wanted his sound and music to be perfect. He worked at this task much of his life.He began working as a professional musician when he was fifteen. He left home and began playing in bands across the ed States.In nineteen twenty-seven, young Artie Shaw traveled to Chicago, Illinois to hear the great trumpet player, Louis Armstrong. He immediately understood that Armstrong’s great jazz sound was the beginning of something new and exciting. Artie left Chicago with a growing interest in jazz music. Soon after, he moved to New York City. He got work playing the clarinet for the Columbia Broadcast System radio network. In nineteen thirty-six, he was given a chance to form a small group and play at New York’s famous Imperial Theater on Broadway. His group was not the top band in the show. But the crowd loved his music. This proved to a major step in his career. Artie Shaw was always trying something new, something different. He heard a young black woman sing and hired her for his band. This was the first time that a black woman sang with white musicians. Racial separation was the rule in many states. Artie Shaw did not care. The young singer was Billie Holiday. She would become very famous within a few years. Listen as Billie Holiday sings with Artie Shaw’s band. This recording was made in nineteen thirty-eight. It is called “Any Old Time.”(MUSIC)That same year, Artie Shaw and his band recorded what would be one of their most popular songs. It sold millions of records. It still sells several thousand each year. Shaw was surprised that it became so popular. The song is “Begin the Beguine” written by Cole Porter. Article/200802/28042Many years ago I that credit cards were the thing of the future. Credit card companies were telling us that plastic would replace cash. Well, this hasn’t happened. People are still using notes and coins. The Internet has increased the use of credit cards, but many people worry about putting their card details online. Lots of personal info gets stolen by fake sites pretending to be famous banks or online stores. Personally, I love credit cards. I always prefer to pay by card than by cash. When you use your card, you get air miles and every six months you can cash them in for presents. I do worry about credit card security. I keep waiting to see a huge purchase on my statement that I didn’t make. Article/201104/131452靖安县蓝光祛痘多少钱

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