We need about two thousand people for the study and they need to participate in it for about three months. People will be randomly allocated to, either to stretch or not. There are seven stretches, each to be held for thirty seconds. There was some drama between the regulars but nothing outside of high school type rumors and name calling.I felt so bad, the night before I left, a whoe cell of people (about 15 people since they were overcrowded. They had people sleeping under the bunks) was put in the drunk tank with us for a night and a day because they tore up the toilet. They were pretty chill.
The rooms, designated safe areas that would hold all students, teachers, administrators and other workers, are being outfitted with weather stripping and air filters that would prevent contaminated air from leaking in, according to a county emergency official.Workers were sealing windows and installing weather stripping last week and will continue the work at night after classes begin today in the Harford public schools.Deerfield Elementary School, Edgewood Elementary School, Edgewood Middle School and Edgewood High School are the schools closest to a former chemical weapons testing and training area at the proving ground.The Army plans to remove unexploded chemical weapons discarded in the area, known as the Nike site, next year. Also, an estimated 1,500 tons of mustard agent is stored at the Edgewood area of the proving ground.In case of an emergency, the air filters and sealable windows and doors would protect students and adults in the safe areas for up to four hours, said Douglas Richmond, emergency planner for Harford County. That is enough time for a chemical plume to pass over or for chemicals in the air to dissipate, he said.The plan raised some concerns at Deerfield Elementary School last week, when workers began to seal windows in classrooms.
The company has stuck by other athletes with personal problems, such as basketball star Charles Barkley, who famously said in one ad he shouldn’t be a role model.Other advertisers can get away with not mentioning their spokespeople’s problems, but not when the athlete is this famous or when the scandal is so public, said John Sweeney, director of sports communication at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill’s School of Journalism and Mass Communication. Some may question using Woods’ father or mentioning the golfer’s personal problems, but it makes sense from Nike’s perspective.Watch CBS News Videos Online”You’ve stayed with the man, how do you re engage?” Sweeney said. “It’s not a question of what we would like to do under perfect circumstances, it’s like we’ve stayed the course, he’s back, how do we address it?”The ad also plays off Woods’ prodigy aura by using his father, who is partly credited with Woods’ early success.Woods has repeatedly said since re emerging into public life that he strayed from the values instilled in him by his parents.In the commercial, Woods stands outside, on what appears to be a golf course, with the trademark Nike “swoosh” visible on his dark hat and sweater vest.