Pat Quinn shakes hands with Joliet Mayor Tom Giarrante before speaking Friday. By FELIX SARVER – firstname.lastname@example.org JOLIET Gov. Pat Quinns appearance in Joliet was met favorably by some members of the Joliet Region Chamber of Commerce & Industry. Related Links Rauner greets voters at Portillo’s in Batavia Quinn came Friday to the Patrick Haley Mansion in Joliet to speak about issues at the core of his Democratic bid for governor in November. He also touched on many issues in Will County, such as increasing truck traffic, the Illiana Expressway and South Suburban Airport projects. Education and infrastructure investment were issues Quinn touched on that resonated with Russ Slinkard, chief executive officer and president of the Joliet Region Chamber of Commerce & Industry . Slinkard said Quinn did a good job outlining his ideas for education and state infrastructure, but he also wished Quinn would have spoken more about the Illiana Expressway, which he only touched on briefly. He said Quinn offered a better presentation than his Republican opponent Bruce Rauner. I will say, I thought Quinn was much more forthcoming with what his vision was, what his direction would be [and] what he hopes to provide, he said. In June, when Rauner appeared in Joliet for a luncheon hosted by the Chamber, Slinkard said at the time he would have appreciated more details from Rauner about how he would enact his plans.
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Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor doesn’t worship Tolkien, it challenges him – Yahoo News
Of Elves and Men Why Shadow of Mordor’s undead Elven hero and sexy Sauron are such a big deal There are moments when Talion is staring off into the distance and Celebrimbor will just appear and say, “Hey. You should be doing this.” Whenever Tal makes a major decision, CB (as he is referred to internally among the Shadow of Mordor team) is immediately there to comment. It’s less of a haunting or a possession and more of a devilish “angel on his shoulder” kind of relationship. It’s another way of http://www.13abc.com/story/26591223/riskassessmenttemplateorg-announces-online-launch-of-global-risk-management-risk-assessment-template-packets-for-instant-download-for-businesses exploring the emotional bond between men that Tolkien so often praised in his books, and is so often lacking modern pop culture. Ratbag’s addition, based on trailers, could be written off as a silly addition meant to bring something interesting to the plot. By having one Orc front and center in Talion’s quest, we are given a more intimate look at how their society works.
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