[S2E3] Help ^HOT^
It wasn't looking good for Hen for awhile, as she was completely isolated and trapped in that underground parking garage. When she heard the cries of someone else, I was hopeful that she'd be able to get some help in getting out of there. But that wasn't meant to be.
Their plan to pull the debris with the massive SUV was pretty smart, given the situation and their limited resources. It wasn't surprising when the chain snapped, but it was surprising when Buck, Eddie and a team of fellow firefighters showed up to help them find Hen.
The kids show Barney and Baby Bop their school routine through pretend play, while learning about being good helpers.Songs Barney Theme Song
There Are Seven Days
The Barney Bag
The Fishing Song
Please and Thank You
People Helping Other People
Turn Off the Light
I Love You
Eddie, Buck, and the rest of the crew eventually join them to help with the rescue efforts, and they are successful! Phew, it was quite the rush watching this all go down, fearing for who might leave us too soon.
John B speeds through the streets, desperate to get to help for Sarah. Eventually they arrive to see a shady doctor, who agrees to operate after being handed some gold. Despite regaining consciousness after initial surgery, Sarah suddenly goes into cardiac arrest.
Microsoft can help. The company has launched a five-year campaign called Get On 2021 to help 1.5 million people build careers in technology and help 300,000 connect to tech job opportunities. Microsoft is working with its 25,000-strong partner community and customers to create, expand and accelerate pathways into tech careers, widening access and building a more diverse tech specialist workforce.
Companies like Microsoft are definitely up there when it comes to digital skills and being taught certain things. Catch22 has definitely helped me. It was more of a personal thing there as well, but they definitely helped me and gave me other opportunities.
VICTORIA: As it happens, Microsoft has already assisted me in getting those digital skills. In July I did the Digital Edge Catch22 programme and what happened there was, I learned about the potential of augmented reality in various industries and I even got to devise and present my own idea for a digital product, exploring the ideas for commercial viability and how you can use digital technology to address social issues in society and really help people. So, among other technical skills and employment skills, these were the things that Microsoft really helped me with. Also, hearing experiences from Microsoft apprentices and employees about their journey within technology or within Microsoft for me, I found particularly inspiring and uplifting, and hearing those really motivated me to upskill and chase my passions. And it really galvanises me to want to learn more about technology and be more passionate and really aspire to more.
Meanwhile, in Starling City, Arrow enlists the help of his trustworthy companions, John Diggle (David Ramsey) and Felicity Smoak (Emily Bett Rickards), to help him track down the nefarious serial killer, Barton Mathis (Michael Eklund), aka the Dollmaker. Diggle didn't have much to do this time around other than make snide comments, but hey, someone's got to bring the snark. It's usually Felicity, but she was busy gathering intel on Black Canary based on her M.O., tracking down secure toxicology reports hidden away by the police, narrowing the search down to one particular brand of skin cream (to which Diggle laid down some snark), and finally offering herself up as bait. Felicity is just the tops.
Seems the Hestia familia quadrupled in size overnight. Hermes was also running around to get help for them so they really do have tons of support. It was quite sweet to see them all coming through for their friend, all determined and stuff. All in all a cute episode. I look forward to seeing them storm the castle.
Naturally a struggle ensues and while the security forces are dispatched with, poor Elnor takes one in the chest, while Rios desperately tries to evade Confederation starships that are hot on their heels. Fun fact: according to production designer Dave Blass, the first pursuing ship that Seven is able to destroy in the CSS Dougherty, named after the somewhat shady Admiral played by Anthony Zerbe in "Star Trek: Insurrection." Raffi frantically tries to help Elnor and Jurati is face to face with Borg Queen. The only way to save the situation is to connect the Queen to La Sirena, which she does.
Nancy and Jonathan set a meeting with Mrs. Holland over the phone to talk about Barb while Hawkins Lab staff listen in. Hopper and Owens watch as his men take samples of the infected soil and pumpkins, the latter telling the former to think of a cover story to tell the town and keep the area clear. Hopper gets a call from Powell, who is at the scene where Eleven used her powers in front of the mother. He leaves quickly. Eleven arrives at Hawkins Middle, smiling as she sees Mike's bike. The boys split up and search the school, Mike encountering Max also searching for Dart in the gym. She asks why he clearly does not want her around, and he tells her the group does not need a new member, accidentally referencing Eleven and inadvertently revealing he does not want a new girl replacing her. As she skates circles around Mike on her board and he briefly warms to her, Eleven follows his voice to the door of the gym and sees the situation with no context. Enraged, she trips Max using her powers and becomes heartbroken when Mike helps her up. Realizing Eleven might be nearby, Mike hurries out of the gym to where she just was, but does not see anyone.
Loneliness is more than an emotional experience. Recent research has shown that loneliness and social isolation are harmful to our health. Loneliness is also not about the number of people you know, but the quality of connection to those people. In this episode, we talk about some strategies to help overcome loneliness.
Di Gill has been working with the Rural Adversity Mental Health Program for over 10 years. Based in Canowindra, Western NSW, Di is well integrated with local communities and understands the hardships that extreme weather can cause. Over the past year, Di has dealt with fires, floods and drought. Di will often be a central contact when there are emergencies and disasters in the community, helping people get the mental health support they need.
Season 2, Episode 3, was a prime example of this. Abed declared that he was not interested in the episode's main and side plots and relegated himself to a background player. He was essentially involved in a "secret plotline," where he interacted with a pregnant woman on several occasions. Eventually, he ended up helping deliver her baby in the final background scene before rejoining the gang at the end of the episode.
Partway through Season 2, Shirley discovered she was pregnant. The father was either her ex-husband, who she had recently reconciled with, or Ben Chang. Thankfully, it turned out to be her ex-husband. In Season 2, Episode 22, she was trapped on campus when she went into labor, thanks to a race riot Dean Pelton had accidentally instigated. However, Abed put the knowledge he arbitrarily gained in Episode 3 to good use and helped deliver the baby.
Abed's choice to stay in the background of Episode 3 allowed him to help his friend in Episode 22. This could all be a coincidence, but things were never that easily explained when it came to Abed. As Jeff Winger said, "Abed's a shaman. You ask him to pass the salt, he gives you a bowl of soup. Because you know what, soup is better."
The truth of the situation will never be revealed. As Rick and Morty fans know all too well, Community creator Dan Harmon loves being stingy with answers and resolutions to plotlines. But knowing his storytelling style, the fact that Abed was so perfectly prepared to assist his friend was more than a coincidence. If Abed hadn't been able to step in, no one else in that room was capable of helping.
He said community groups and faith-based organizations could help fill the gap for a person like Alexis. And he was right. After Alexis slept outside in the rain under that COVID vaccination canopy, Dominique and Roishetta paid out of pocket to get Alexis into a hotel.
John Long: You just. No, the system is not designed to be that way. But there usually are reasons why, you know, people have fallen through the cracks or aren't being helped by the system that's in place.
And FEMA keeps getting called in to help, contributing to uneven recoveries that can change a community forever. Beverly Wright says she saw it happen as a resident of New Orleans, in the wake of Hurricane Katrina.
Garrett Graff: Lo and behold, the government was like, well, we've built all of this disaster relief and response capability, so let's begin to deploy some of that expertise, some of that stockpile to help rebuild from these more routine disasters.
As Luther's affection for Jenny grows, so does his determination to protect her and help her back on her feet. Baba, however, is determined to keep Luther on a tight leash. To add to Luther's difficulties, he is called in to investigate a man whose brutal and escalating murders seem to have no motive, leaving Jenny alone and vulnerable.
While they are resting from helping Jesus as He healed local people, Simon, Andrew, and Thomas set up shelters and rest by the campfire. Simon asks Andrew to ask open-ended questions since Simon was too tired to think. Andrew asks the group what un-sinful things they would do to get money. The disciples offer various responses. During a discussion about education, Thomas says that he never did well in school and was working for the family business as soon as he had graduated. 041b061a72