As for how Williamson got Efron those Neighbors (and Neighbors 2) abs, well, a lot of it has to do with eating right. “Zac is very, very disciplined when it comes to his nutrition,” says Williamson. “It wouldn’t be weird for him to be out somewhere and have an alarm set where he’d need to eat. Not everyone is like him in the sense of being willing to do that.” … [Read more...] about How J.K. Simmons Got Jacked—With Zac Efron’s Abs Trainer
“The Board finds that an urgent necessity exists to authorize the Superintendent to contract for goods and services that may be difficult to procure due to the volume of interest at this time, and are necessary to sustain a distance learning model, child nutrition programming, and to ensure safe operations during a period of closure ordered as a result of COVID-19,” the document states. … [Read more...] about Humble ISD to discuss in-person learning, reopening district at school board meeting tonight
Employees of the district will be paid their regular salary or hourly pay, even if they are required to quarantine at home. Those who were receiving hazard pay will return to their normal pay as of Aug. 3 when the district reopens. Other details in regards to employees of the district and the response to the coronavirus and other reopening details can be found from earlier reporting here. … [Read more...] about Humble ISD set to reopen schools in August with plans for in-person classes
Robot food service was a trend even before the coronavirus pandemic, as hospitals, campus cafeterias and others tried to meet demand for fresh, customized options 24 hours a day while keeping labor costs in check. Robot chefs appeared at places like Creator, a burger restaurant in San Francisco, and Dal.komm Coffee outlets in South Korea. … [Read more...] about Demand For Robot Cooks Rises As Kitchens Combat COVID-19
Peacock should have had a leg-up on at least some of its newer competition. After all, it’s free for anyone with a cable subscription, and comes with beloved library options like The Office, Cheers, Frasier, 30 Rock, Parks and Recreation, yada yada. But after so, so many streaming launches in the past few months, a fatigue seems to have set in, stifling excitement for the platform’s shiniest offerings and casting doubt on just how many people will actually sign up for it. And speaking of The Yada Yada, it also doesn’t help that two of NBC’s biggest shows will not actually appear on NBC’s streaming platform: Seinfeld will soon land at Netflix, while Friends now lives on WarnerMedia’s HBO Max. … [Read more...] about What Even Is TV Anymore?