These ill-fated missions were cut short by technical snafus
and operator errors.
The railroads were actually corporate businesses whose financial snafus
mirrored those of modern companies, with debt issues setting off nationwide panics and leaders born of merchants drawn to Congressional subsidies of the Civil War.
But as the Times-Picayune reported a month later, 53 schools with 34,000 students have opened with relative calm and few snafus
. Parents somehow managed to navigate their choices without mass chaos, and now one of America's preeminent cities is getting a dose of educational liberty.
For instance, Fiat has some owners marooned for weeks without their vehicles due to logistics snafus
in Fiat's distribution system.
But following one of Nielsen's worst snafus
in decades -- issuing incorrect ratings for April 8 and then taking nearly three days longer than usual to release final numbers -- TV execs are suddenly nostalgic for Smart.
Dance also tested its audience's patience, not only because of its one-hour length but also because of the technical snafus
that impinged on the projection of Sol LeWitt's accompanying film.
Elegant and costly editions of this kind are the only way -- failing public support, and imagine the ideological and bureaucratic snafus
of public support for an illustrated Bible--to finance work on this scale: living expenses, car payments, books, payments to models, meetings with a board of distinguished advisors, the purchase of tools and supplies.
In past years gay rights backers might have held the White House accountable for such snafus
. Perhaps as a sign of growing appreciation for the power of religious conservatives, more gays are now inclined to echo Socarides's circumspect tone.
But when the fateful eve comes and goes, it is apparent that preparations have largely been sufficient to ensure compliance, with only minor snafus
Of course, the first thing anyone notices is the snafus
: for example, one on-screen statement reads "THIS IMAGE IS BEING SENT OUT OVER THE INTERNET VIA THE WORLD WIDE WEB, FROM A CAMERA INSIDE," while a label encountered later on instructs "THIS IS NOT LIVE ON THE NET.
A complicated series of snafus
involves him in more than the manuscript's return in The Fitzgerald Ruse, a tense thriller perfect for any serious mystery library.
When finally called out on his use of the secret hold, Stevens said he was worried about possible bureaucratic snafus
in implementation and wanted to wait for a cost-benefit analysis.
have prompted sci-fi enthusiasts to sound the alarm about the production of the show.
Thus, although it would be foolish to read too much modern-day meaning into Conroy's skillful burlesque of Foreign Service life, it would be just as foolish to ignore the persistence of the mindset behind the snafus
and shenanigans that he so ably recounts.
From misinterpreting market needs and timing to overbearing marketing strategies, these snafus
are analyzed for their business lessons and provide essential tips on what makes for successful development and marketing.