Take reciprocity for example. If you give something to someone anything really you essentially put them in debt. So deep is the desire to unload this debt to free one self from the psychological burden that nearly everybody will “reciprocate.” But the reciprocation does not have to be equal to what they received.
For instance, right now I’m working on a module to create and add products to shared catalogs which are a part of the B2B module suite they introduced a couple months ago. I follow the documentation to the tee, even fixing some issues as usual along the way. My code “should” be working but I get a weird error about Category Permissions when trying to add products to the catalog.
Things were tight back then, but now Brown faces a massive budget shortfall and political gridlock.BLOCK: And Jerry Brown, as we mentioned, served two terms as governor before, but he’s certainly inheriting a state now with a lot of troubles, especially money troubles. What did he say today about how he plans to fix California’s many problems?MYERS: Well, I think in summary, you could say really what he told everybody is get ready for some tough medicine. I think just about everyone has to expect that, it seems.
Please, oh please, oh please, don let my daughter end up like Cecilia Cassini. I mean, I love a bitchy fashion queen as much as the next girl when he knows what he talking about, but not when he coming out of the mouth of a ding dong eleven year old wearing sequins. Oh, this makes me cringe.
I immediately file a claim with the credit card (really there is an insurance company that Visa contracts with, so you deal directly with them). They explain the process and the timing. I get a bill for 5k or something like that. It’s not that hard to say goodbye to a reality competition when your favorites are gone (We miss you, Jamar, Erin and Katrina), but Christina Milian is not quite done saying “trending on Twitter,” Carson Daly’s hand is permanently stuck in microphone holding position and Cee Lo has a couple more Purrfect tees to try out so we understand the purpose this final performance night of “The Voice” serves. Plus, they did a hilarious promo shoot that involves stern glances and wind machines so they gotta show them somewhere. 10 minutes we wish we could get back): A) For the four finalists Jermaine Paul, Juliet Simms, Chris Mann and Tony Lucca this is the “single most important performance of their lives.” B) This is their “chance to be music’s next big star” C) Adam “can’t think of a more important moment than this” D) Christina is sick and uses Swarovski crystals on her eyes in a way we thought only stars of “My Big Fat Gypsy Wedding” would..