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I Hate You by Ilsa Madden-MillsWSJ bestselling author Ilsa Madden-Mills returns with an all-new, enemies-to-lovers second chance romance between the football hottie and the feisty nerd girl he can’t forget.
I want you . . . even when I hate you.
Blaze Townsend: I hate you.
Charisma Rossi: I hate you more.
She’s been expecting this ever since their latest showdown. She had good reason.
Hottest guy she’s ever seen.
Dumped her in front of all her friends.
At her own party.
So no, she’s not about to forgive and forget just because he sits next to her in class. He thinks all he has to do is turn on those baby blues, and she’ll melt right back into his arms. Please. She’d be crazy to let this cocky player affect her again. (Tell that to her body.)
Brainy girl with a dash of bad.
The one who got under his skin.
The one he cut loose.
Blaze knows she’s the riskiest prospect at Waylon University, but none of the interchangeable girls he hooks up with have ever made him feel the way she did. There’s absolutely no way he can have the girl and the game.
So why can’t he stop trying to win her back?
Can this wide receiver score the girl or will he make the biggest fumble of his life?
*Steamy and flirty with all the emotional feels, I Hate You is a new adult standalone romance.
A Visit to Amazon Go Brookfield Place
Right now, selling on Amazon is almost too easy. When my wife and I first learned how to sell on Amazon several years ago, we sold over 60 units in a matter of 8 days with just 3 products listed online with no reviews. Amazon is seriously that powerful. Right now, with all of the various Amazon courses and tutorials out there pushing private label selling, Amazon is slowly getting flooded with a bunch of me too sellers. To me, Amazon is like a drug , a drug that promises you quick sales in a short period of time while making you addicted and dependent on their marketplace. Note: The following are real stories that either I or my close colleagues have experienced first hand from selling on Amazon.
On Monday, Amazon reportedly began a series of rare layoffs at its headquarters in Seattle, cutting several hundred corporate employees. The idea for all this originated at Zappos, the online shoe retailer that Amazon bought in Considering that Amazon reportedly already has high turnover—it is a famously efficient company that asks a lot of its workers—it may seem surprising that it would incentivize workers to walk away. No worker is ever dismissed without good reason, Robinson told me. But that just makes The Offer seem more puzzling. If Amazon wants to retain employees, why would it pay them to leave?
Two dozen Amazon warehouse employees in New Jersey were hospitalized Wednesday, one in critical condition, after a robot punctured a can of bear repellent, according to local reports. In total, 54 workers at the Robbinsville, New Jersey, facility were exposed to fumes. Bear repellent is made with capsaicin, or chili pepper extract; many of the workers experienced trouble breathing and said their throats and eyes burned. The Occupational Safety and Health Administration says it is conducting an investigation into the incident. This particular accident comes with an added dystopian layer, since it was caused by one of the robots Amazon hopes will replace many of its human warehouse workers in the near future. The worker says that accident was caused by someone dropping the can, and they believe no injuries occurred. Lighty, the Amazon spokesperson, confirmed in an email that an incident involving bear repellent did occur at the Indiana facility earlier this year.
Mandatory overtime means employees work up to 60 hours a week
Amazon Prime isn't just for next-day toilet paper anymore: Your subscription includes countless shows even some of Thrillist's own! Here's a slew of options for you, whether you're in the mood for sci-fi, a rom-com, or anything in between -- the best Amazon movies out of the thousands of Amazon movies. Before The Look of Silence , which earned a place on our best movies of list , documentarian Joshua Oppenheimer investigated the Indonesian genocide through the eyes of its perpetrators. Anwar Congo, a gangster sanctioned by the government to eliminate "communists," begins by bragging to Oppenheimer about murdering over 1, people. His glory transmutes into a meta-atonement when Act of Killing casts Congo in the "movie adaptation" of his own life. Watch it now on Amazon.
After Philadelphia City Paper closed, local alt-weekly newspaper reporter Emily Guendelsberger took a pre-Christmas job at an Amazon fulfillment center outside Louisville, Ky. There, she worked as a picker, pushing a cart around the massive warehouse locating items that had been ordered, scanning them, and sending them off on a conveyor belt to be boxed and shipped. She often walked 15 miles a day or more in an The number of coworkers at standup meeting each morning has steadily dwindled to maybe 50 people today — probably a quarter of the crowd it had been when I started a month ago. Standup is less businesslike than usual; there are more smiles and conversation as we stretch.