jerkstorecalling said: That show, eh?
The New York Daily News has laid off at least 17 newsroom staffers, including five photographers and four photo editors, according to the New York-based publication Capital. Among those who lost their jobs were photographer David Handschuh, who has been with the paper for 27 years; and Jim Alcorn, the paper’s second ranking photo editor.
Reached by telephone, Handschuh told PDN that he was “absolutely speechless” yesterday when he was called into the office from an assignment, “and told I was no longer an employee of the New York Daily News.
“I was shown the door and walked out by myself.”
Handschuh says the other photographers laid off with him include Andrew Theodorakis, Aaron Showalter, Enid Alvarez, and Mark Bonifacio. Besides Alcorn, the photo editors who lost their jobs were Karlo Pastrovic, Kevin Coughlin, and David Pokress, Handschuh says.
I’m quite frankly impressed and happy to know how much skeleton content is on tumblr.
tumblr. why does it matter if chicken is mechanically separated a la Slim Jims. Serious question (v serious). ?
The good thing is that I’m clearly not bitter about anything.
Infidelity happens and when it does it more often than not ends the relationship. Infidelity in marriage is a different story. In marriage, there is an emotional relationship as well as a strategic partnership. I know this sounds unromantic. If your spouse sleeps with somebody else, you should probably divorce that person. That said, dealing in absolutes in marriage will lead to extremely unrealistic expectations. I think there are mistakes that are indicative of failing relationships/marriages. The harsh reality is that there are mistakes that are actual mistakes, though these may be treated differently in relationships versus marriages. Obviously this varies person to person, but I don’t think infidelity should unequivocally end a relationship.