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  • Elaine Flinn is known around here parts as the Evil E, so you can also use that moniker to avoid confusion.

    TO JUDGE, OR NOT TO JUDGE: THAT IS THE QUESTION

  • He and Nick Meyer — who was tabbed to direct so as not to ruffle Shatner’s feathers — then hammered out the story with some help and Meyer and Denny Martin Flinn worked out a script, which ST patriarch Gene Roddenberry hated (more on that later).

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  • Having said that - and knowing Ms. Flinn is one of the maligned judges - I thought I would cross post my comments here.

    TO JUDGE, OR NOT TO JUDGE: THAT IS THE QUESTION

  • According to Bloomberg News' Ryan Flinn, Facebook has the lowest median age of workers at tech firms -- 26.

    Pamela Tom: Go Gray and Go for Broke

  • In Flinn's article, 27 year-old Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg is quoted from a company website, "We don't really believe you have to have a lot of experience to make a big difference."

    Pamela Tom: Go Gray and Go for Broke

  • Directly engaging her prey in the poultry section, Ms. Flinn explained to her that, by simply learning how to cut a whole chicken into pieces at home instead of buying precut breasts and thighs, she could get twice the bird for her money.

    Between Foodies and Frozen Dinners

  • George Bates Such transformation, Ms. Flinn notes, is possible outside of what she calls "the foodie bubble," that "magical place where everyone talks about . . . perfect local peaches, and smoked duck prosciutto," where people "name-drop obscure chefs and discuss how many recipes they've tried from The French Laundry Cookbook."

    Between Foodies and Frozen Dinners

  • When the user of the cart, "a heavyset woman in her late thirties," hove into sight, Ms. Flinn decided to shadow her, watching aghast as she "stocked up on packaged waffles and pizza pretzel bites, a collection of frozen dinners, chicken potpies, and a family-style package of pot roast with mashed potatoes and gravy."

    Between Foodies and Frozen Dinners

  • Touched, it occurred to Ms. Flinn that others might profit from some simple but vital food training.

    Between Foodies and Frozen Dinners

  • Ms. Flinn, who earned a Parisian diplôme de cuisine at Le Cordon Bleu, is a widely published food writer who, unexpectedly, had a Road to Damascus experience in a neighborhood supermarket.

    Between Foodies and Frozen Dinners

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