Do You Have to Wear Protective Eyewear?Excessive amounts of UV exposure to your eyes can result in damage to the eye itself, the retina, and can cause cataracts and even blindness. I have read stories of people that have gone blind their first time in a tanning bed. While that is not a likely outcome, if you opt away from protective eyewear, it is a possibility..
Mr. PHILLIPS: You know, being new to the university with this position, I think the decisions to start a football team definitely precede my presence on the university. I think one of the things that I believe the former president of the university and the athletic director and alumni had said was we really want to have one of the things that will, you know, kind of bring that traditional college feel to our campus because it, ultimately, it’s about having the students the students having the opportunities that they want to have..
“It’s exciting,” Romano says. “It’s weird because it hasn’t quite sunk in yet. You just get right back in, running. In 1953 he borrowed $8,000 to produce the first issue of Playboy. Hefner was so worried that the magazine would not sell that he left the date off the cover.PhotographsHis mother contributed $1,000. “Not because she believed in the venture,” Hefner later said, “but because she believed in her son.”He’d originally planned to name the new publication Stag Party, but changed his mind at the last minute.”Can you imagine a chain of clubs staffed by girls wearing antlers.”The first edition featured a set of nude photographs of Marilyn Monroe that Hefner had bought for $500.
ROBERTS: Right. Well, you know, I mean, it’s impossible to parse the boxing from the moment in history. But, you know, his boxing skills, his incredible ability to take all those punches, to withstand a rope a dope, all of that, you know, made him this extraordinary athlete that changed the sport.
The popular version of the story is that when the first few bars of Dylan’s electrified music gushed out of the amplifiers, it horrified the crowd especially Pete Seeger, “the gentle giant of the folk scene,” who tried to cut the sound cables with an axe. The real story is a lot better than that and, if not as black and white as the popular one, all the more resonant for being recounted here by one of the best music journalists around. In “Dylan Goes Electric!” Wald carefully lays out the path to Newport, and his readers will itch with yearning as they wait to find out what really happened that night..