Adam Lovejoy writes from London about the evening rush hour and asks why do people rush home during rush hour? I have researched some things to help people when rushing home to help them relax and have singled out some interesting news related to the topic of rush hour from around the world for you to feast your eyes on. Do you look up, look down at the feet or try and read the back of someone else’s paper on the way home during the rush hour squeeze.
Adam takes a good look at the behaviours of people who are watching trash on the box and has found that people who watch over three hours everyday are possibly addicted. He describes his own patterns with what he likes to watch and when the television gets switched on. Adam has reccomended some times of the day when you should enjoy your social life, cultivate those hobbies and avoid the Rush hour. Rushing is the same I imagine in North Carolina. This rule was changed after the 1941 Academy Awards. People used to rush home to listen to the awards on the wireless.
Rush Hour as well as a good film with an interesting soundtrack is to travellers what a stampede is to bisons. The Academy Award for Best Original Song is another pass time you could create to make you more productive especially if you like music and want to be successful. If you like films then The Online Film Critics Society Award for Best Actor is a good place to start becuase the annual film award is given to writers by the Online Film Critics Society who are looking for the best lead actor of the year, this could help you be a better traveller perhaps because you would behave better and therefore stand out when everyone else seems hemmed in.
[http://youtu.be/ohJZ3po8BI0] Main Title – Lalo Schifrin – Dirty Harry Soundtrack
He is something interesting to think about when you are rushing around of an evening: A jazz musician named Lalo Schifrin from Argentina composed played the piano and was also a very good conductor for films and TV scores. He composed the Theme from Mission: Impossible and in his hayday recieved Grammy Awards and a handful of Oscar nominations. Schifrin has worked with Clint Eastwood and his success in the Dirty Harry films. He is a Jew born in Buenos Aires, Argentina. At age 16, Schifrin began studying piano with the Greek-Russian expatriate Andreas Karalis, former head of the Kiev Conservatory, he did very well and had a successful career, his music could be played underground and on the buses during rush hour.
[http://youtu.be/LkVGfVXPy18] Lalo Schifrin – Danube Incident
The race between the place of work and getting home Adam says is sprinkled with many possibilities those performers who have a song are not credited with the Academy Award unless they contributed either to music, lyrics or both in their own right. And the same goes for travellers to and from work. This has not changed since the 1930s to1950s Mercer wrote and performed the most popular hits compositions for movies and Broadway shows, he liked his Academy Award nominations and because of this he worked for Capitol Records. He is not one of those people you would see rushing home in the evening rush hour.
Years ago the train travelling over the The I-35W Mississippi River bridge, The bridge during the evening rush hour on August 1, 2007 collapsed into the river and riverbanks killing thirteen people and injuring 145, so when you are rushing home be sure to look out for your fellow passengers because you never know what might happen.
The coffin in the living room that people keep themselves in creates a lot of trouble and if god help it they kick the bucket they will leave a legacy of junk food and suffer the effects of watching the TV screen. Below this post is some interesting news about television in London so be sure to check that out too.
There are things to look out for during the busy travelling rush hours of an evening to tell if people just want to get home and watch television. You can tell who are focused and who are participating rather than passively watching. Adam reveals all the tell tale signs over on
- Lebedev and Evening Standard win London TV licence (theweek.co.uk)
- Russia press baron to set up TV station (bigpondnews.com)
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- Why Our Brains Love Sugar – And Why Our Bodies Don’t (psychologytoday.com)
- Subways; From NYC to Tokyo (templejapan.wordpress.com)
- Stampeders! (learningheartsathome.wordpress.com)
- [Teleleli] d6 Shooters: Day 19. (apolitical.info)
- Watch: Deadly Inferno Inside Nightclub (abcnews.go.com)
- Better Health (sherryfredley.com)
- Nothing makes me want to break fingers more than a dud television show (newstatesman.com)