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European elevators start at 0, American elevators start at 1. Europe  America???

European elevators start at 0, American elevators start at 1. Europe America???

elevators: This is Scout and she also likes to ride in elevators.
 elevators: This is Scout and she also likes to ride in elevators.

This is Scout and she also likes to ride in elevators.

elevators: Just u/Gallowboob headed to the office.
 elevators: Just u/Gallowboob headed to the office.

Just u/Gallowboob headed to the office.

elevators: hugcollector: thisbutgoodomens: itsgoodomens-blog: There is a British KitKat chocolate bar TV commercial that predates Good Omens, and which involves an angel and a devil who are just starting their respective coffee breaks. Both exit from separate elevators, the angel accompanied by several pure-white animals, while the devil turns back into his elevator and screams, in a British accent, “Shut up!” to whatever demons are causing a ruckus behind him. If you are now thinking that this is an extremely unlikely, farfetched annotation – well, so did I, until Terry Pratchett himself gave us the following piece of information (when some folks were having further discussions on how old this ad exactly was): “I’m pretty sure [this ad] started about the same time as Good Omens, because: One night I was sitting there typing away when I looked up and there the angel and the devil were, having a teabreak (it’s not really a particularly Good Omens idea, but I know why people like it…) And I thought, hey, great… And about half an hour later there was an ad (some UK viewers might remember it) for an insurance company which showed a businessman with wide angel wings walking down the street… And then, just when I was doing the bit where Crowley muses that people are much better than demons at thinking up horrible things to do to one another, I switched on the radio; there was a performance of The Tempest, and someone said “Hell is empty and all the devils are here”. It was a weird evening, really.“ (source: The Annotated Pratchett File)
 elevators: hugcollector:

thisbutgoodomens:

itsgoodomens-blog:

There is a British KitKat chocolate bar TV commercial that predates Good Omens, and which involves an angel and a devil who are just starting their respective coffee breaks. Both exit from separate elevators, the angel accompanied by several pure-white animals, while the devil turns back into his elevator and screams, in a British accent, “Shut up!” to whatever demons are causing a ruckus behind him. 
If you are now thinking that this is an extremely unlikely, farfetched annotation – well, so did I, until Terry Pratchett himself gave us the following piece of information (when some folks were having further discussions on how old this ad exactly was): 
“I’m pretty sure [this ad] started about the same time as Good Omens, because: 
One night I was sitting there typing away when I looked up and there the angel and the devil were, having a teabreak (it’s not really a particularly Good Omens idea, but I know why people like it…) And I thought, hey, great… 
And about half an hour later there was an ad (some UK viewers might remember it) for an insurance company which showed a businessman with wide angel wings walking down the street… 
And then, just when I was doing the bit where Crowley muses that people are much better than demons at thinking up horrible things to do to one another, I switched on the radio; there was a performance of The Tempest, and someone said “Hell is empty and all the devils are here”. It was a weird evening, really.“ 
(source: The Annotated Pratchett File)

hugcollector: thisbutgoodomens: itsgoodomens-blog: There is a British KitKat chocolate bar TV commercial that predates Good Omens, and...

elevators: enie MZ Elevators <p><a href="http://rushhour2.tumblr.com/post/168809296096/her-name-is-elevators" class="tumblr_blog">rushhour2</a>:</p> <blockquote><p>her name is Elevators</p></blockquote>
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elevators: e ka rdes s oon dhsapeaned Age9, Ce hemar le her and he beipedmould hosupesa The awkwardness soon disappeared. Aged 19, Carey was discovered by Tommy Mottola, boss of the multi-national Columbia label. her he married her and he helped mould her into a superstar covered by "Alot of young women relate to these e signed her. introspective, really honest moments about childhood and overcomind After the rise came the inevitable fall: divorce, a (sort of) nervous breakdown, relative failure and ridicule. Finally, there is redemption via a musical renaissance culminating in her 10th album, The Emancipation Of Mimi. The only constant in the morality tale that is her life has been the constant sneering: she's dull, she's dim, she's a diva. "I don't understand that," she admits. "It's a sexist thing, honestly. If a man, say Mick Jagger, is regarded as a sex symbol- not that I'm calling myself a sex symbol, perish the thought - do people doubt that he writes and sings his songs as they do me? I bring the melody, I bring the concept and I bring the lyrics to my songs. I've always been fully involved in my music. Always." That may not be in doubt. Less clear is why she should be so staggeringly popular. After all, others have the looks and the songs and who wouldn't relish being greeted by a platoon of three-foot candles? "I don't know," she confesses. I've worked very hard, but because of my songwriting my fans relate to me on another level. They hear the personal songs such as Looking In from Daydream, Close My Eyes and Outside fronm Butterfly or Petals from Rainbow where I talk about things that have happened to me. A lot of young women relate to these introspective, really honest moments about childhood and overcoming difficulties. That's whyI have such a connection with my fans. "When people say 'your song got me through a moment of my life', that the validation, the real moment of glory, because you've actually touc somebody's life. I always said that if I became famous, it would validate my existence. It didn't. Instead, the fans compel me to keep going Those fans were desperately needed in her darkest hour. After a lavish ceremony in 1993, her marriage to the domineering Mottola soon turned sour "When you're married to someone who's also the head of your label; when his best friend is your lawyer and his lawyer; when your manager used to work for him and when everybody around you is on s payroll feat. What I'm really proud of is that I paid for half of everything in our mansion, down to the lighting bills and the water in the refrigerator. I knoww that I was never kept by anybody. Overall though, I really do look at what happened as a blessing because I had to go through everything so I could write about it and other people could find inspiration. I had to stop with all the worrying and rise above all the negativity that person had brought to my life and to the people around me. icult situation. For a young woman to get out of it is a By the time they divorced five years later, Carey was emotionally spent and had what is routinely referred to as a breakdown: "I was physically and emotionally depleted from having to fight constantly She fled Columbia and signed to Virgin for $80 million, the biggest reco September 11, 2001 and promptly disappeared. Having followed her wallet rather than her instinct, Carey was soon paid off and moved on. "Anybody would have taken that deal, but now I realise that Virgin weren't equipped to deal with the type of music I make." ract in istory. Her Virgin album, Glitter, was released on When she re-surfaced with 2002's Charmbracelet, "that whole moment was about this supposed breakdown. People wanted me to talk about it and to cry on television with Oprah. People were whispering 'be vulnerable in my ear. People cloud your perceptions sometimes especially when youu don't want them to think you're a difficult diva. Ultimately, you have to trust your gut The joyous experience that was recording The Emancipation Of Mimi (Mimi is her pet name) has completed her recovery. "I'm in the best state I've ever been in. I'm in a great moment. I'm very excited and it's a really great time for me." Not bad going for a woman who, when she isn't demanding red carpets, three-foot candles and breaking fingernails, legendarily refuses to use stairs. "Yeah right," she giggles. "I'm the complete opposite. Actually I've been stuck in elevators in Germany, in Japan and in my own apartment close to where the World Trade Center used to be, so I really, really hate elevators. "But I go in them when I have to. Here in Britain, the elevators seem to be much smaller than in America, so it gets me feeling even more uneasy. All the time I'm saying can't we just take the stairs?' I'm always about stairs unless it's 20 flights, l even use stairs when I'm in my heels. Sometimes, I just don't know what people are talking about." T he Emancipation Of Mimi is out now on Def Jam festivemomentspow:Mariah Carey, 2005
 elevators: e ka rdes s oon dhsapeaned Age9, Ce
 hemar le her and he beipedmould hosupesa
 The awkwardness soon disappeared. Aged 19, Carey was discovered by
 Tommy Mottola, boss of the multi-national Columbia label. her
 he married her and he helped mould her into a superstar
 covered by "Alot of young women relate to these
 e signed her. introspective, really honest moments
 about childhood and overcomind
 After the rise came the inevitable fall: divorce, a (sort of) nervous
 breakdown, relative failure and ridicule. Finally, there is redemption via a
 musical renaissance culminating in her 10th album, The Emancipation Of
 Mimi. The only constant in the morality tale that is her life has been the
 constant sneering: she's dull, she's dim, she's a diva.
 "I don't understand that," she admits. "It's a sexist thing, honestly. If a
 man, say Mick Jagger, is regarded as a sex symbol- not that I'm calling myself
 a sex symbol, perish the thought - do people doubt that he writes and sings
 his songs as they do me? I bring the melody, I bring the concept and I bring
 the lyrics to my songs. I've always been fully involved in my music. Always."
 That may not be in doubt. Less clear is why she should be so staggeringly
 popular. After all, others have the looks and the songs and who wouldn't
 relish being greeted by a platoon of three-foot candles?
 "I don't know," she confesses. I've worked very hard, but because of my
 songwriting my fans relate to me on another level. They hear the personal
 songs such as Looking In from Daydream, Close My Eyes and Outside fronm
 Butterfly or Petals from Rainbow where I talk about things that have
 happened to me. A lot of young women relate to these introspective, really
 honest moments about childhood and overcoming difficulties. That's whyI
 have such a connection with my fans.
 "When people say 'your song got me through a moment of my life', that
 the validation, the real moment of glory, because you've actually touc
 somebody's life. I always said that if I became famous, it would validate
 my existence. It didn't. Instead, the fans compel me to keep going
 Those fans were desperately needed in her darkest hour. After a
 lavish ceremony in 1993, her marriage to the domineering Mottola
 soon turned sour
 "When you're married to someone who's also the head of your
 label; when his best friend is your lawyer and his lawyer; when your
 manager used to work for him and when everybody around you is on
 s payroll
 feat. What I'm really proud of is that I paid for half of everything in our
 mansion, down to the lighting bills and the water in the refrigerator. I knoww
 that I was never kept by anybody. Overall though, I really do look at what
 happened as a blessing because I had to go through everything so I could
 write about it and other people could find inspiration. I had to stop with all
 the worrying and rise above all the negativity that person had brought to my
 life and to the people around me.
 icult situation. For a young woman to get out of it is a
 By the time they divorced five years later, Carey was emotionally spent
 and had what is routinely referred to as a breakdown: "I was physically and
 emotionally depleted from having to fight constantly
 She fled Columbia and signed to Virgin for $80 million, the biggest
 reco
 September 11, 2001 and promptly disappeared. Having followed her wallet
 rather than her instinct, Carey was soon paid off and moved on. "Anybody
 would have taken that deal, but now I realise that Virgin weren't equipped to
 deal with the type of music I make."
 ract in
 istory. Her Virgin album, Glitter, was released on
 When she re-surfaced with 2002's Charmbracelet, "that whole moment
 was about this supposed breakdown. People wanted me to talk about it
 and to cry on television with Oprah. People were whispering 'be vulnerable
 in my ear. People cloud your perceptions sometimes especially when youu
 don't want them to think you're a difficult diva. Ultimately, you have to trust
 your gut
 The joyous experience that was recording The Emancipation Of Mimi
 (Mimi is her pet name) has completed her recovery.
 "I'm in the best state I've ever been in. I'm in a great moment. I'm very
 excited and it's a really great time for me."
 Not bad going for a woman who, when she isn't demanding red
 carpets, three-foot candles and breaking fingernails, legendarily
 refuses to use stairs.
 "Yeah right," she giggles. "I'm the complete opposite. Actually
 I've been stuck in elevators in Germany, in Japan and in my own
 apartment close to where the World Trade Center used to be, so I
 really, really hate elevators.
 "But I go in them when I have to. Here in Britain, the elevators
 seem to be much smaller than in America, so it gets me feeling
 even more uneasy. All the time I'm saying can't we just take the
 stairs?' I'm always about stairs unless it's 20 flights, l even use
 stairs when I'm in my heels. Sometimes, I just don't know what
 people are talking about."
 T he Emancipation Of Mimi is out now on Def Jam
festivemomentspow:Mariah Carey, 2005

festivemomentspow:Mariah Carey, 2005