IMHO black is just more versatile, particularly when it comes to more refined footwear silhouettes such as you find in SLP boots, because it provides an inconspicuous, neutral point at which the eye comes to rest having traveled down the body. With SLP, sometimes you can make this a little more interesting by wearing boots with, say, 40 60mm heels which are slightly higher than common. Or the chain harness.
If she can’t handle the heat of somebody being upset over that, she shouldn’t work in a customer service job. The man was calm and assertive until the stranger walked up to antagonize him for “harassing” the attendant. If the attendant had been a man, I bet nobody would’ve interjected themselves into the situation, but because she’s crying we say “Woe is she.” Nah, she chose who she worked for, she chose to uphold their stupid policy.
There is also no point in wanting the capacity for personal intimidation from a female police officer anyway. Every police officer, regardless of sex, has a capacity for intimidation by virtue of having the full might of the state behind them. But in terms of sheer physical presence, it’s impossible for a woman to be intimidating to a man.
The most interesting development on Together, however, is how relatively delicate and restrained many tracks seem, compared to New Pornographer albums of yore. It’s a subtle shift, but a nice one, and it does draw attention to some of the sharp songwriting particularly on the handful of tracks by Destroyer main man Dan Bejar.Standout tracks: The gently lilting Bejar penned Silver Jenny Dollar; the Case sung, AM radio ready Crash Years, which features a sweet whistled bridge; A Bite Out of My Bed, a horn driven number with a vocal melody that recalls the glorious Fake Headlines (from debut album Mass Romantic).BONUS ROUND: Check out Broken Social Scene’s performance live on CBC Radio’s Q.FILM REVIEW: Titanic 3D minute by minuteJames Cameron’s Titanic was always a marathon at three hours and counting. As it returns in 3D, Eli Glasner examines the experience minute by minute and discovers Cline Dion’s ubiquitous soundtrack, and James Cameron’s risible dialogue, have not improved with age.