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Being a single mom was NEVER in my plan. The details of my breakup still remain private, with the exception of close family members and friends who I have shared all the embarrassing details with and of course the ones who are able to put two and two together via social media and whispered about it with others instead of asking me about it. My who I considered family I no longer speak to most of them anymore.
TBWA/Chiat/Day’s San Francisco office was shuttered early in 2007 and resurfaced as Cutwater, an agency wholly owned by Omnicom. Cutwater is headed by Chuck McBride, formerly executive creative director of TBWA/Chiat/Day North America San Francisco. The shop absorbed most the employees and many of the accounts of the TBWA office.
The Working Title team spent three years developing effects, dubbed fur technology, that enable its stars to be covered in photo realistic fur.we first started talking about they were looking at putting prosthetics on the actors, says Donna Langley, chairman of Universal Filmed Entertainment Group. Were all sorts of technical problems with dancers overheating and not being able to keep the fur on. It didn look good, so they went away and solved things.