EC: Grindhouse had just been released, and I think they felt burned by that, because it didn’t do well in theatres at all. I think in the wake of that debacle, they began to question not only Fanboys but all of their projects. But honestly, dude, I don’t know.
I recommend the book “Smart but stuck” as one case study talks about I think Focalin(sp?) which is an anti anxiety medication being combined with a stimulant (forget which). All the case studies in the book are of above college students within the top 3% of the pop as far as IQ I believe that have ADHD and how they cope. Might give you some insight but I thought about adding an antianxiety too every time between psych visits.
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We may not get the answer for years.That’s true, but give the 100 46 Red Sox a ton of credit for reeling of one of the best regular seasons in history.Managers don give rah rah speeches to teams before games.This isn football.Boone definitely does motivate his players though with a few words here and there at the batting cage before games, in the dugout during games and on the mound when he’s making pitching changes.And as we mentioned earlier, Boone always is pushing his players by telling them over and over (during one on one talks and through the media) that this team has the pieces in place to win the World Series this year. Happ worked six shutout innings in Oakland, then was yanked with his pitch count at 78 and the score tied 1 1. Happ’s been the Yankees’ best starter by a mile since joining them in a late July trade.
Fantastic that resources like this now exist. In some ways it seems to be reminding us about how we used to learn. Children spontaneously go back again and again to things that delight them (spaced repetition) and they switch activities when bored (Pomodoro).
When Related promptly said it had no intention of building a wall, state Sen. Brad Hoylman cheered that Related was “backing down from their plan to build a 20 foot high concrete wall that would have cut off the High Line from new open space.” Other politicians including Manhattan Borough President Gale Brewer and Council Speaker Corey Johnson piled on with similar sentiments. Although obviously untenable, it served to focus progressives’ free floating rage on a project that has no legitimate reason to be hated.