Neither 1977's Just Family nor 1979's Bad for Me, the two albums combined for this Collectables release, can be considered Dee Dee Bridgewater's best work, but fans of mature, mid- to late-'70s R&B should find them moderately appealing. Though Bridgewater wouldn't really hit her stride until her return to jazz in the '90s, she was more than competent when it came to fitting in with the likes of Phyllis Hyman, Patrice Rushen, Minnie Riperton, and Patti Austin. Confoundingly, her only two chart hits -- the title tracks -- are contained here, while \"Children Are the Spirit (Of the World),\" \"Sweet Rain,\" \"Open Up Your Eyes,\" and \"Don't Say It (If You Don't Mean It)\" would have to be included on an anthology of her first five albums. Just Family and Bad for Me would have benefited from a track or two with the contagious energy heard on her version of Allen Toussaint's \"It Ain't Easy\" (found on her self-titled 1976 album for Atlantic), along with a couple sweeter ballads.
MDA initiated the Hypersonic and Ballistic Tracking Space Sensor, or HBTSS program, in 2018 to address the requirement to detect and track hypersonic threats and ballistic missiles. MDA is collaborating with the U.S. Space Force and the Space Development Agency to deploy a system that will provide a rapid capability using mature technology and operate as an element within the larger Unified Overhead Persistent Infrared Enterprise Architecture. The program will provide fire control quality tracking data on hypersonic threats for handover to missile defense sensors and engagement by missile defense weapons.
ADM. HILL: Yeah, we assessed all of those areas, particularly the ones that were the most mature and the most capable today across those mission sets. So -- so you will see a heavy interest in mobile -- mobile launchers, so when we talk about distributed systems, it is about being as mobile as possible, so you're going to see a distributed system that is mobile.
You know, the -- the requirement from the combatant command is clear. Timeline's clear, which is why we went with the more mature technologies. And I'm not talking a lot about new things here today. We're going to leverage what we have with Aegis fire control, what we have with IBCS, where we are with SM-3 missiles, SM-6, sea-based terminal, and then Patriot. So, I think we're on a good path.
We just had a team return. You probably know that there's a small percentage of the land that is available for us to land this -- this capability, so we're going to stay very close to the Joint Regional Command there for land allocations and siting. And when you think about mobility, that means a lot of gear going on to the land. And so right now, it's just moving as fast as we can with the most mature technology, prioritize those things that we need to buy now, prioritize those engineering studies to -- to integrate and pull them together. And we're going to -- we're going to get pretty dog on close to that time line.
Dexter is Dexter from Dexter.What He hates people, is super smart, and has an oblivious sister. It makes everything slightly less confusing. I like this one, but it is immediately jossed by the fact that Dee Dee knows about the lab, while Deborah knows nothing of Dexters \"hobbies\". can this hole in the theory be patched So, wait, does that mean Mandark dismembers hookers His parents named him Susan, who's surprised Alternatively he buries boys, slices young women in bathtubs, throws family mothers from bridges and blunts family fathers to death with hammers. In this order. Dexter has red hair, trouble fitting in with normal people, above average intelligence, talks to himself constantly, and clearly feels some level of disgust with the world around him. Perhaps the \"secret lab\" under his house is really just young dexter's way of referring to the basement where he butchers animals. Dee Dee is obviously a nickname, short for Deborah, Dexter's childish and easily-excitable sister. As for Dexter's taller, thinner, dark haired evil counterpart, that would have to be Mandark. Obviously no young man would want to go through life with the name Susan, so he switches to Brian later in life. Dexter's accent is obviously an affectation, as no members of his family share this accent. Presumably he drops it once he begins to mature. The show Dexter's Lab is set before Dexter's 'dad', Harry, realises exactly what his son has been doing down in the basement. Continuing on from the above troper's guess, Dexter's Lab is seen from Dexter's point of view as a young child, hence the cartoony style, lightheartedness, and no hint of Harry not being Dexter's real dad. Alternatively, Dexter and his family were on a drive home from a vacation to Miami but they crash and only Dexter survives. The crash had traumatized him (which explains why he's so f$#@ed up), but his vision improves (which explains why he no longer wears glasses). He later gets picked up by the police who take him to an orphanage, gets adopted by the Morrigans, and the rest is history. Honest Trailers already made a parody video about this.
Musically, what is the synergy like with you guys during the past 10 years, doing Kings and Queens of the Underground and this new stuff What is your working relationship like now in this more sober, older, mature version of you two as opposed to what it was like back in the '80s
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