The world is truly Victoria Beckham’s runway, including Paris’s Gare du Nord train station. The fashion designer strutted through the station wearing a flowing khaki-colored dress from her eponymous fashion line, as well as her signature oversized sunglasses, in front of a crowd of fawning spectators.
Having crossed the $1 billion mark at the global box office, Black Panther doesn't exactly need to prove its cultural ubiquity. But a remarkable number of Wakanda tributes are popping up all over the world, from the now de rigeur YouTube fan videos to songs inspired by Wakanda to an Illinois town with a name that isn’t even Wakanda, but just sounds a lot like it.
Less than a month after hitting theaters, Black Panther has officially made over $1 billion at the global box office. It is now the fifth Marvel film in history to cross that mark, after The Avengers, Iron Man 3, The Avengers: Age of Ultron, and Captain America: Winter Soldier. It’s also the first film of 2018 to hit $1 billion worldwide.
@cane51000 I suggest this should have been controlled for or acknowledged. You went off on a lengthy tangent about the WoS. My original point still stands. This is a flaw in the paper, ignores the role peer review may have played in rejecting papers.
@cane51000 Original claim of paper: peer review adds no value. Paper only looks at accepted articles, discards any articles that were rejected via peer review. We discuss, and I point out a study showing at least some percentage of the experimental sample was discarded.
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