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T Shirt Designer Job
- Made by or having the expensive sophistication of a famous and prestigious fashion designer
- A person who plans the form, look, or workings of something before its being made or built, typically by drawing it in detail
- Upscale and fashionable
- interior designer: a person who specializes in designing architectural interiors and their furnishings
- graphic designer: someone who specializes in graphic design
- architect: someone who creates plans to be used in making something (such as buildings)
- A T-shirt (T shirt or tee) is a shirt which is pulled on over the head to cover most of a person's torso. A T-shirt is usually buttonless and collarless, with a round neck and short sleeves.
- A short-sleeved casual top, generally made of cotton, having the shape of a T when spread out flat
- jersey: a close-fitting pullover shirt
- T Shirt is a 1976 album by Loudon Wainwright III. Unlike his earlier records, this (and the subsequent 'Final Exam') saw Wainwright adopt a full blown rock band (Slowtrain) - though there are acoustic songs on T-Shirt, including a talking blues.
- Do casual or occasional work
- Cheat; betray
- Buy and sell (stocks) as a broker-dealer, esp. on a small scale
- occupation: the principal activity in your life that you do to earn money; "he's not in my line of business"
- profit privately from public office and official business
- a specific piece of work required to be done as a duty or for a specific fee; "estimates of the city's loss on that job ranged as high as a million dollars"; "the job of repairing the engine took several hours"; "the endless task of classifying the samples"; "the farmer's morning chores"
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The hysterical children. That's what stands out most. The red carpet is lined with these screaming tykes, hundreds of small wonders packed ten feet deep on raised platforms. They are reaching out their hands for Him, shoving little notebooks and pink pens into His hand. The desperation in their cries has a familiar, specific timbre; they sound like hungry newborn infants. It is March 27, and I am inching down the red carpet at Nickelodeon's annual Kids' Choice Awards—embedded with Taylor Lautner, Twilight's boy werewolf, now reportedly the highest-paid teenage actor in Hollywood. He's one of the highest-paid actors period, having just signed a $7.5 million deal to play Stretch Armstrong in a big-screen take on a toy no one has seen in thirty years. Lautner's regular security guard, a professional badass, notices me flinching at the shrieking. He smiles: "On the New Moon tour, I took Advil. Preventively." Lautner—dressed in a wool blazer over a white V-neck T-shirt (both gifts from the designer Neil Barrett), his dark hair shellacked into a skyward-pointing spear—seems unfazed. Is it always like this? I ask. So he tells me about Brazil. How he and his Twilight co-star Kristen Stewart were trapped in a hotel suite when hundreds of teenage fans stormed the lobby, outwitted security, and charged the stairs to get to them. "We were in lockdown in this little room for forty-five minutes waiting for the SWAT team to arrive," Lautner says, his eyes wide. "We said to each other, 'Let's say they get into this room. What are they going to do? Tear us to shreds? What do they want?' " Finally we are at the door to UCLA's Pauley Pavilion, finally inside the building, finally moving toward our seats in the front row, when I notice: For a kids' show, this is one fucking starry room. Adam Sandler, Steve Carell, Tina Fey, Robert Downey Jr., Rihanna—they're all within earshot. Avatar's Zoe Saldana is sitting three seats away. Rosario Dawson and Olympic champion Shaun White will present the first award. It's a tribute to the primacy of the youth market. They've all come to kiss the (candy) ring. Lautner, 18, sits down and begins to tell me how honored he is to be here, how honored he's been to be everywhere lately. Like at this year's Oscars, where he introduced a tribute to horror films alongside Stewart. "I would have passed out if she wasn't there!" Lautner says. "You're looking down and you're talking to George Clooney, Leonardo DiCaprio—and they're listening to you!" This is his baseline sentiment: honest, enthusiastic bafflement. It's probably the only suitable reaction. He talks about the MTV Video Music Awards, where he presented a trophy to his then maybe-girlfriend Taylor Swift, only to watch Kanye snatch the microphone. "I was standing behind her as it was happening, and 100 percent I was sure it was staged!" Lautner says, eyebrows raised. "I thought, 'This was something that they rehearsed.' I was enjoying the show! But then Taylor turned around and I saw her face." Just then, at the UCLA auditorium, Jeffrey Katzenberg, the CEO of DreamWorks Animation, suddenly interrupts the conversation with a question. Katzenberg—59 years old, V-neck sweater, pleated khakis—leans in close. "Taylor," he says, "do you have two minutes? Will Smith wants to meet you." A minute later, Lautner returns to his seat, winded. He looks around the arena, at the 7,000 fans and the lights and the cameras, and asks out loud, "Is this really happening? Am I really here?" Those are pretty good questions. He might also ask: What on earth did I do to deserve that $7.5 million contract and the adoration of millions? He's handsome, yes. But in two Twilight films, Lautner has logged fifty minutes of screen time. Total. In the first movie, he spoke 239 words. Oh, and he was nearly fired from the sequel before filming began. (More on that soon.) Finally the lights inside the UCLA arena dim, signaling the start of the show, and when Lautner's photograph appears on the JumboTron, the shrieking resumes. Lautner's security guard rushes over with one last message, whispering something into his ear before disappearing again into the darkness. "What did he just say to you?" Lautner locks eyes with me, touches my leg and laughs. "He said, 'If anything happens—' " Lautner points towards the exit sign—" 'we're going left.' " ***** One week after the Kids' Choice Awards, Taylor Lautner pulls up for lunch in Valencia, California, a suburb forty-five minutes north of Hollywood. This is where he lives, with his parents and younger sister, in a home that's almost indistinguishable from the others in the neighborhood. Lautner suggests the Olive Garden for lunch. "Do you like this place?" he asks, a little unsure, adding: "My father turned me on to it." Without glancing at the menu, Lautner orders the Toscan
Derren Brown - TV Mentalist
Portraits of the mentalist Derren Brown - a set used as the main images on his website and also in various magazines. Here is the interview I did with him, way back in 2003 for Naked - Magazine of the Weird and Wonderful MIND BENDING: The art of Derren Brown’s brain-sucking! The melancholic whine of a violin solo punctuates the air. Leather-bound books adorn the antique shelves. Dark and brooding portraitures fill the walls and loom above staring down. A tiny parrot flies around the room as the dead eyes of stuffed animals watch ominously. You sip cautiously at your lapsing douching tea and await a flamboyant entrance from Sherlock Holmes. Instead enters a meticulously presented, goatee-bearded Lincolnshire-man, with frilly white shirt and crush-velvet jacket. This is in fact the esoteric flat of the enigmatic Mr. Derren Brown. He is the startling ‘psychological illusionist’ who has dazzled millions of television viewers with his Channel 4 specials and his own series Mind Control. He is also an accomplished painter, with dozens of large-canvas portraits of celebrities in his own inimitable style. Derren’s many skills have involved reproducing a successful seance, spoon-bending, passing the Zener card ESP test plus dozens of amazing feats of mind-reading. Yet Derren Brown claims to possess no psychic ability whatsoever, preferring to rely upon a variety of psychological techniques, magic tricks and showmanship. Determined to discover the truth behind this psychic veil, Naked interrogated the man just before he embarked upon a national tour of his live show and becomes an international superstar… NAKED: What is your background in magic? How did get interested in the mind control aspect? DERREN: I sort of had an interest in magic when I was young and I remember going out and buying a few little magic tricks and things. Then when I came to university I saw a hypnotist and just thought that this was what I wanted to do with the rest of my life. It just seemed such an amazing thing. But I didn’t really want to be a stage hypnotist. I was just very aware that when people booked a hypnotist they wanted people to take their clothes off and that wasn’t really what I wanted to be doing with it. So I started doing the close-up magic instead, which was a lot more flexible. Hypnosis would always depend on all sorts of conditions and the audience being right and all that. It was always a bit of a hassle, but I always retained an interest in the hypnotic techniques even though I was performing the hypnosis less and less. And I just thought that magic could be a lot more than it is or has been. I wanted it to be a bit more meaningful than someone just doing card tricks or making people vanish. It should get under peoples skin more. So I had this idea of combining the psychological techniques with the magic aesthetic and wanted to take people to the edge of their understanding of things. Doing it to create an effect rather than making people take their clothes off on stage. NAKED: Weren’t you a hypnotherapist for some time too? DERREN: Sort of. Unofficially. I was really just experimenting with the hypnosis that I had become so interested in. But it was just so boring listening to peoples problems all day. And also there’s just so much nonsense associated with that whole field, so easy to convince yourself you’re having an affect on people when you’re not. I actually went on a course – and I was just so horrified by the whole scene. It was so sickening and evangelical, just that sort of completely self-contained internal logic. It put me off doing all that sort of thing. NAKED: So was there any kind of mentor for you, or is it more of your own take on a whole different set of practices? DERREN: I had loads of favourite magicians. Now the one person who I consider my hero is a guy called Chan Kumasta back in the fifties. He was just superb. Kumasta had a great psychological handling of people and just such a joy to watch, a real genlemenly charm. He was a great performer with an incredible performance. He was Polish as well, so he had this great, strange East European charisma about him. He had so much presence it was fantastic. I think that his example struck me as the way to do it. I thought that would be a great thing to achieve in some form. NAKED: How do you choose your victims? Are some people more or less compliant than others? DERREN: It depends on the nature of the stunt and on having a certain psychological environment or someone in a particular psychological state in order to get it to work. For example, we had a chess expert on the show and played this mastermind game with him. In order for it to work, I had to get him in a particular state. It was important that I made it a real challenge and was quite arrogant with him really and put him in a quite quietly aggressive state. So sometimes it’s that. It’s all about patterns of predictability. In other situations
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Anyone who has suffered knows that there is no such thing as"getting a grip on oneself" or "pulling oneself up by thebootstraps. The only bootstrap in the Christian life is the Cross,"says Mason. "Sometimes laying hold of the cross can be comforting,but other times it is like picking up a snake."
Job knew this firsthand. From him we learn that there are noeasy answers to suffering. That the mark of true faith is nothappiness, but rather, having one's deepest passions be engaged bythe enormity of God. And through Job we learn the secret of thegospel: that "mercy is the permission to be human." The Lord nevergave Job an explanation for all he had been through. His onlyanswer was Himself. But as Job discovered, that was enough.
The Gospel According to Job sensitively brings thereader to this realization, using a devotional commentary formatthat reminds them that it's all right to doubt, to be confused, towonder--in short, to be completely human. But what will heal us andhelp us endure is a direct, transforming encounter with the livingGod.