Stay positive! Throwing in the towel is one of the worst things you can do. When you remain positive, it will also show when giving your interviews. Smile, on the inside and out. Visualize yourself as happy.
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Hulton Archive/Getty Images’ /> He’s been a great player for a long time. And obviously he started his career in the States here. It was nice to see that.” With the Mariners leading 3-0, Suzuki grounded out to second to end the third inning. Suzuki grounded out three times as his average dipped to .067 with one hit in 15 at-bats. The Marlins lost 6-1. The 43-year-old got his 3,000th career hit last season, and the Mariners had a pregame video tribute for him on the scoreboard, followed by an introduction at home plate with several former Seattle teammates and current players. Suzuki also had 1,278 hits in nine seasons in Japan. “You know it’s been three years since I’ve been back,” Suzuki said through a translator. “To get that warm reception that I did get, and with the ceremony and with having the guys come out, Edgar (Martinez) and Felix (Hernandez) and (Kyle) Seager and (Hisashi) Iwakuma come out, just grateful.
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Where are we? asks Howard, who has (of course) been working with Whitehall to destroy the world (or whatever) all along. Get More InfoWe are operational, Whitehall replies. And at the end of Thursdays finale, thats where we are with Blacklist: Redemption too. Weve arrived at a pretty satisfying endpoint that could potentially propel us into more, hopefully better, seasons. But the means of getting to this operational endpoint were… rocky. The main problem with this series seems to be that it doesnt allow its characters to be very intelligent, usually for the sake of narrative convenience. The best example of this is taking the seasons strongest episode – Howards reveal to Tom that Scottie was potentially killed and replaced by a Russian doppelganger spy – and then never really mentioning the repercussions of it again. I think Tom gave one tepid, It doesnt really seem like shes an imposter, and then just completely forgot that his not-dead-dad accused his maybe-mom of being his not-mom ever again even though she was very clearly his real mom, all in the name of having him stick with Howard. If, like me, you nearly vomited in your mouth every time Tom said Dad with the desperation of a small child wanting to be told that everything will be all right, then the twist that Howard was the villainous mastermind all along probably wasnt all that surprising.
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