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Pears: Shots fired. #Memes #Pears #Fruit #FoodAndDrinks #AsianPears
Pears: Shots fired. #Memes #Pears #Fruit #FoodAndDrinks #AsianPears

Shots fired. #Memes #Pears #Fruit #FoodAndDrinks #AsianPears

Pears: Pear tree starting to blossom. Last year as a first year fruit, it produced over 50 pears.
Pears: Pear tree starting to blossom. Last year as a first year fruit, it produced over 50 pears.

Pear tree starting to blossom. Last year as a first year fruit, it produced over 50 pears.

Pears: Roses are red, Anakin eats pears
Pears: Roses are red, Anakin eats pears

Roses are red, Anakin eats pears

Pears: come one down to sam's pears, boot city
Pears: come one down to sam's pears, boot city

come one down to sam's pears, boot city

Pears: Forbidden pears
Pears: Forbidden pears

Forbidden pears

Pears: guys why is his name peary he doesn't eat any pears
Pears: guys why is his name peary he doesn't eat any pears

guys why is his name peary he doesn't eat any pears

Pears: Anything but Pears!
Pears: Anything but Pears!

Anything but Pears!

Pears: Pears kinda hot ngl
Pears: Pears kinda hot ngl

Pears kinda hot ngl

Pears: Didn't know 692 pears cost you... everything
Pears: Didn't know 692 pears cost you... everything

Didn't know 692 pears cost you... everything

Pears: Didn't know 692 pears cost you... everything
Pears: Didn't know 692 pears cost you... everything

Didn't know 692 pears cost you... everything

Pears: On Tuesday, he eats two pears
Pears: On Tuesday, he eats two pears

On Tuesday, he eats two pears

Pears: This is Spenser. He really, really loves pears
Pears: This is Spenser. He really, really loves pears

This is Spenser. He really, really loves pears

Pears: As yes pray for pears
Pears: As yes pray for pears

As yes pray for pears

Pears: Tots and Pears
Pears: Tots and Pears

Tots and Pears

Pears: Can't sleep because I can't stop thinking about how apples are mario and pears are luigi
Pears: Can't sleep because I can't stop thinking about how apples are mario and pears are luigi

Can't sleep because I can't stop thinking about how apples are mario and pears are luigi

Pears: Shooting pears
Pears: Shooting pears

Shooting pears

Pears: Pears. I hate pears!!!
Pears: Pears. I hate pears!!!

Pears. I hate pears!!!

Pears: The pears I bought are broken,But it was happy
Pears: The pears I bought are broken,But it was happy

The pears I bought are broken,But it was happy

Pears: This jar has "meat" written on it, with a picture of pears, but contains tea
Pears: This jar has "meat" written on it, with a picture of pears, but contains tea

This jar has "meat" written on it, with a picture of pears, but contains tea

Pears: This jar my grandmother has with "meat" written on it, with a picture of pears and having tea inside it.
Pears: This jar my grandmother has with "meat" written on it, with a picture of pears and having tea inside it.

This jar my grandmother has with "meat" written on it, with a picture of pears and having tea inside it.

Pears: I do prefer pears with cheese
Pears: I do prefer pears with cheese

I do prefer pears with cheese

Pears: Forbidden pears
Pears: Forbidden pears

Forbidden pears

Pears: I eat pears
Pears: I eat pears

I eat pears

Pears: Thanks, I hate pears now
Pears: Thanks, I hate pears now

Thanks, I hate pears now

Pears: pEaRs ! !
Pears: pEaRs ! !

pEaRs ! !

Pears: Shout out to all the pears
Pears: Shout out to all the pears

Shout out to all the pears

Pears: Pears man
Pears: Pears man

Pears man

Pears: Why is the boat influenced by pears?
Pears: Why is the boat influenced by pears?

Why is the boat influenced by pears?

Pears: Thanks, I hate pears
Pears: Thanks, I hate pears

Thanks, I hate pears

Pears: HE TIMES Monday Jamuary 6 2020 People who sneer at tin openers should can it Carol Midgley Page 26 Comment If Cummings picks fights he'll misfire badly Downing Street urgently needs the shake-up the PMs adviser promises but only if he takes the civil service with him the fulcrum of change. Where was the energy?I expected The West Wing and got The Office The nine to five nature of the place seemed fight with the civil service. The problem with alienating this particular establishment, though, is that the government needs them if it is to successfully implement its manifesto while handling the next round of Brexit negotiations Cummings might wish to junk half of those working in Whitehall and replace them with algorithmic traders but it won't happen. You can change pay structures and incentives and so that the strategist is "recruiting fellow sociopaths to help create a one-party state", another sees it as a "monomaniacal invitation to join a Clare Foges d wrong, and indicative of a deeper problem the British complacency that we don't need to hustle like other countries of our size and rank. This is not born of arrogance but something more subtle a belief that while we may slide from our glory days, things will never get too bad because, well, we're the pilded United Kingdom attitude best expressed in the sick- man 1970s, when William Armstrong then the head of the civil service, was reported to have said that Whitehall job was "the orderly management of dectine". Such defeatism enraged Margaret Thatcher, who loathed the idea of surrendering Beitish greatness-and I think that the instinct his criticisms of Westminster So in his enterprise of rebooting the heart and brain of the British state, all power to his elbow, Yet my cheer for the blog was a wary one, because I fear that the worst of Cummings is in danger of undermining the best. While he is intelligent, energetic, impatient for change, he a pears to be I to the battle Though Cummings praised "brilliant" civil servants in his blog he is savvy enough to know how the job advert would be received as the opening salvo i Whitehall Soon after i published, the former head of the Civil service Lord Kerslake warned against "getting into a war", while over the weekend this paper reported வி Having worked in No 10 for five yean, from 2010 to 2015, Cummings plans get a different response from me call it a wary cheer What springs from the blog indeed from most of his writings, is exasperation at the slow pace of change that government structures allow, the tolerance of mediocrity. the acceptance of wasted resources and time as inevitable. He exudes a fierce GCLAREFOGES on the he eirdos, oddhalk planet-brained mathematicians Your Country Needs Youl Instead of the pointing finger of Lord Kitchemer, we finger of s currently Remember that more flies are caught with honey than vinegar was an urgency, an awareness of the sands trickling through the hourglass which, in my experience, is all too government. have ast week the Dominie prime minister senior strategist used his perscnal blog to put out an extraordinary job advert, calling for the CVs of "weirdos and misfits with odd skills. wild cards, artists people who nerver went to university and fought their way out of an appalling hellhole. an unusual set of people with different skills and backgrounds is a job advert to fire the imagination Cummings call brings to mind the Special Operations on but ultimately most of the same people will be required to make this govermment's agenda a reality-and whether civil servants or anyone else rare in While speechwriting in No 101 worked with many talented and energetic people but I was often frustrated by the way the place seemed stuck in second gear. For most of the summer the building was deserted. Beyond six o'clock it was people don't tend to respond particularty well to being told they are incompetent cr lazy In his handling of officials both inside and outside No 10 Cummings might do well that "more flies are caught with honey than with vinegar". If the fight becomes the story, if he becomes the bogeyman that civil servants love to obstruct, then No 10s ambitions will be dead in the water. courteous and conciliatory animates Cummings in same Dominic Cummingss desire to move fast is laudable and in all our interests I was often frustrated by the way No 10 was stuck in second gear to remember the saying with the stir. Judging from his career before government, at the Department for Education and running the Vote Leave campaign, it seems that not only does he relish a fight, he sees it success. In Cummingss theory of change, just as you can't make an omelette without breaking eggs. you can't make progress w dozens of people the hairdryer treatment, rubbishing whole sectors and becoming a hate figure In each of his political fights he has described an "establishment" that must be vanquished. At the Department for Education it was Executive, the secretive Second World sa prerequisite for War unit nicknamed "the Baker Street Irregulars, after Sherlock Holmess band of urchin spies, on account of its HQ location and the Me nature of its crew aristocrats the Mary Celeste. Many were the meetings that seemed to go nowhere Regular were the out-of-office emails that declared "I am away from my desk and will be returning lin three weeks' timel If while I am snorkelling in anure waters you require an urgent response please contact my colleague, who for the month of August will be at his desk between the hours of 12 and lom" approach will be alien to someone ke Cummings, whose style to date is best described by Facebooks old motto "Move fast and beeak things It is in all our interests for him to move fast, but in his role now as co-steward of the British state it would be better if he did not break things so casually If Cummings a without giving communists, criminals, women and ay men (fouting the conventions of the time) What mattered prospective candidates was not fitting the moulM but merit. Now we are to have the Dowming Street Irreglars with in and scorn was interesting name....
Pears: HE TIMES Monday Jamuary 6 2020
 People who sneer at
 tin openers should can it
 Carol Midgley
 Page 26
 Comment
 If Cummings picks fights he'll misfire badly
 Downing Street urgently needs the shake-up the PMs adviser promises but only if he takes the civil service with him
 the fulcrum of change. Where was
 the energy?I expected The West
 Wing and got The Office
 The nine to five nature of the place
 seemed
 fight with the civil service.
 The problem with alienating this
 particular establishment, though, is
 that the government needs them if it
 is to successfully implement its
 manifesto while handling the next
 round of Brexit negotiations
 Cummings might wish to junk half of
 those working in Whitehall and
 replace them with algorithmic traders
 but it won't happen. You can change
 pay structures and incentives and so
 that the strategist is "recruiting
 fellow sociopaths to help create a
 one-party state", another sees it as a
 "monomaniacal invitation to join a
 Clare
 Foges
 d wrong, and indicative of a
 deeper problem the British
 complacency that we don't need to
 hustle like other countries of our size
 and rank. This is not born of
 arrogance but something more subtle
 a belief that while we may
 slide from our glory days, things will
 never get too bad because, well, we're
 the pilded United Kingdom
 attitude best expressed in the sick-
 man 1970s, when William Armstrong
 then the head of the civil service, was
 reported to have said that Whitehall
 job was "the orderly management of
 dectine". Such defeatism enraged
 Margaret Thatcher, who loathed
 the idea of surrendering Beitish
 greatness-and I think that the
 instinct
 his criticisms of Westminster
 So in his enterprise of rebooting
 the heart and brain of the British
 state, all power to his elbow, Yet my
 cheer for the blog was a wary one,
 because I fear that the worst of
 Cummings is in danger of
 undermining the best. While he is
 intelligent, energetic, impatient for
 change, he a pears to be
 I to the battle
 Though Cummings praised
 "brilliant" civil servants in his blog
 he is savvy enough to know how the
 job advert would be received as the
 opening salvo i
 Whitehall Soon after i
 published, the former head of the
 Civil service Lord Kerslake warned
 against "getting into a war", while
 over the weekend this paper reported
 வி
 Having worked in No 10 for five
 yean, from 2010 to 2015, Cummings
 plans get a different response from
 me call it a wary cheer What
 springs from the blog indeed from
 most of his writings, is exasperation
 at the slow pace of change that
 government structures
 allow, the tolerance of mediocrity.
 the acceptance of wasted resources
 and time as inevitable. He exudes a
 fierce
 GCLAREFOGES
 on the
 he
 eirdos, oddhalk
 planet-brained
 mathematicians
 Your Country Needs
 Youl Instead of the
 pointing finger of Lord Kitchemer, we
 finger of
 s currently
 Remember that more
 flies are caught with
 honey than vinegar
 was an
 urgency, an awareness of the
 sands trickling through the hourglass
 which, in my experience, is all too
 government.
 have ast week the
 Dominie
 prime minister senior strategist
 used his perscnal blog to put out an
 extraordinary job advert, calling for
 the CVs of "weirdos and misfits
 with odd skills. wild cards, artists
 people who nerver went to university
 and fought their way out of an
 appalling hellhole. an unusual set
 of people with different skills
 and backgrounds
 is a job advert to fire the
 imagination Cummings call brings
 to mind the Special Operations
 on but ultimately most of the same
 people will be required to make this
 govermment's agenda a reality-and
 whether civil servants or anyone
 else
 rare in
 While speechwriting in No 101
 worked with many talented and
 energetic people but I was often
 frustrated by the way the place
 seemed stuck in second gear. For
 most of the summer the building was
 deserted. Beyond six o'clock it was
 people don't tend to respond
 particularty well to being told they
 are incompetent cr lazy
 In his handling of officials both
 inside and outside No 10 Cummings
 might do well
 that "more flies are caught with
 honey than with vinegar". If the fight
 becomes the story, if he becomes the
 bogeyman that civil servants love to
 obstruct, then No 10s ambitions will
 be dead in the water.
 courteous and conciliatory
 animates Cummings in
 same
 Dominic Cummingss desire to move
 fast is laudable and in all our interests
 I was often frustrated
 by the way No 10 was
 stuck in second gear
 to remember the saying
 with the stir. Judging from his career
 before government, at the
 Department for Education and
 running the Vote Leave campaign, it
 seems that not only does he relish a
 fight, he sees it
 success. In Cummingss theory of
 change, just as you can't make an
 omelette without breaking eggs. you
 can't make progress w
 dozens of people the hairdryer
 treatment, rubbishing whole sectors
 and becoming a hate figure
 In each of his political fights he
 has described an "establishment"
 that must be vanquished. At the
 Department for Education it was
 Executive, the secretive Second World
 sa prerequisite for
 War unit nicknamed "the Baker
 Street Irregulars, after Sherlock
 Holmess band of urchin spies, on
 account of its HQ location and the
 Me nature of its crew aristocrats
 the Mary Celeste. Many were the
 meetings that seemed to go nowhere
 Regular were the out-of-office emails
 that declared "I am away from my
 desk and will be returning lin three
 weeks' timel If while I am snorkelling
 in anure waters you require an urgent
 response please contact my colleague,
 who for the month of August will be
 at his desk between the hours of 12
 and lom"
 approach will be alien to someone
 ke Cummings, whose style to date is
 best described by Facebooks old
 motto "Move fast and beeak things
 It is in all our interests for him to
 move fast, but in his role now as
 co-steward of the British state it
 would be better if he did not break
 things so casually If Cummings
 a without giving
 communists, criminals, women and
 ay men (fouting the conventions of
 the time) What mattered
 prospective candidates was not
 fitting the moulM but merit.
 Now we are to have the Dowming
 Street Irreglars
 with
 in
 and scorn was
interesting name....

interesting name....