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airliner - why do aircraft models end their life as freighters?


aircraft models are longer lived in their cargo versions because that is where they end up. most of the cargo aircraft are older passenger aircraft that have been converted into cargo aircraft. as a result, the capital costs are lower compared to that of the passenger aircraft. your aircraft is cheaper, and as a result, you have more leeway in direct operating costs (compared to passenger aircraft, that is).as a world bank report notes:the average operating cost of an aircraft in flight is computed by dividing the direct operating costs plus capital costs by the number of hours of aircraft operation.the capital costs for air freighters are a relatively small part of total operating costs because of their age. the common practice of all-cargo airlines and combined carriers is to purchase us






viacom to shakeup senior leadership


viacom chief executive bob bakish is planning some new senior rank appointments.sources tell the post that scott mills is poised to get new responsibilities and may be named chief operating officer. the insiders said staffers were being informed of the new structure.“they’re already making plans for the organization reporting to him. people are beginning to know,” said a source familiar with plans.mills was formerly the chief operating officer at bet and was promoted in 2012 to become viacom’s executive vp of human resources, reporting to former coo tom dooley. dooley went on to become ceo, then exited the company last year.bakish announced on the firm’s earnings calls last week that he was focusing investment on six key networks: bet, comedy central, mtv, nickelodeon, nick jr. and paramou






committed to counter militant groups in pakistan: bajwa


by: pti | washington | published:february 10, 2017 8:35 am pakistan’s army chief lt gen qamar javed bajwa. (files. source: ap)pakistan is committed to counter all militant groups operating in its territory, the country’s army chief general qamar javed bajwa has ured us defence secretary jim mattis during a telephonic conver ion. the two leaders reaffirmed the importance of bilateral military relationship during their first telephonic conver ion, the pentagon said. “gen bajwa reiterated pakistan’s commitment to counter all militant groups operating in its territory,” pentagon spokesman capt jeff davis said.“mattis recognised the significant sacrifices the pakistan military has made in the federally administered tribal areas, and expressed appreciation for the pakistan military’s recent sup






should maryland transit systems be required to cover a share of their operating


a file photo shows marc train riders walking to catch a brunswick line train in gaithersburg. marc is the only maryland transit system that meets a state requirement that fare revenue cover 35 percent of each system’s operating costs. (anthony castellano/the gazette)maryland lawmakers are considering whether to repeal a state requirement that transit systems cover at least 35 percent of their operating costs through passenger revenues, a mandate that critics say hurts bus and light-rail service in baltimore.a similar proposal died in the general assembly last year. supporters have retooled the bill this year by adding five performance measures, in place of the revenue requirement, that they say would better ensure that transit systems are reliable, fast, frequent and well-used.the mta ha..






pakistan army chief, new us defence secretary in telephone call


washington/islamabad: pakistan is committed to countering “all militant groups” operating within its territory, army chief general qamar javed bajwa has ured us defence secretary james mattis during their first telephonic conver ion.gen (retd) mattis reaffirmed the importance of bilateral military relationship during his conver ion with pakistan’s chief of army staff, the pentagon said.“gen bajwa reiterated pakistan’s commitment to counter all militant groups operating in its territory,” pentagon spokesman capt jeff davis said.“mattis recognised the significant sacrifices the pakistan military has made in the federally administered tribal areas, and expressed appreciation for the pakistan military’s recent support for efforts to defeat isis-khorasan province [daesh],” he said.“both leaders






oceaneering ceo stepping down, president promoted


oceaneering international president roderick larson will advance into the chief executive role in may after current ceo kevin mcevoy steps down.mcevoy, 65, will remain on the board of houston-based oceaneering. mcevoy took over the ceo job in 2011 at the offshore energy services company. he’s worked at oceaneering for 38 years. larson, has worked at oceaneering for five years, serving as chief operating officer and then as president. he previously worked at houston’s baker hughes for more than 20 years.the ceo transition will occur at oceaneering’s annual shareholders meeting on may 5. larson will join the oceaneering board at that time.oceaneering recently posted an $11 million net loss to close out the fourth quarter of 2016 as the offshore sector continues to suffer from the oil bust. f






ola cfo rajiv bansal reportedly quits, technology news, ettech


the most high profile hire made by india's largest cab hailing startup ola, former infosys cfo rajiv bansal, has quit the company as it continues to see a top mana ent churn.ola's chief marketing officer raghuvesh sarup has also put in his papers, said sources familiar with the matter. both bansal and sarup were roped in one year ago at softbank backed ola, which is currently engaged in a tough battle for market share with us-based uber.pallav singh, another early employee who is senior vice president and head of ola money, has been given the additional responsibility as interim cfo. no replacement for sarup has been decided yet.an ola spokesman declined to comment. the top level churn at ola comes as the company also moved chief operating officer and first employee pranay jivrajka to an






hinduja technologies appoints kumar prabhas as ceo


chennai: hinduja technologies, part of the diversified business conglomerate hinduja group, today said kumar prabhas has been appointed as its chief executive officer with immediate effect. prior taking up the new role, prabhas was serving larsen and toubro, technology services as its chief operating officer and whole time director, a company statement said. hinduja technologies is one of the specialised enterprise resource planning and engineering service providers for automobile sector. city-headquartered hinduja technologies has engineering and development centres in chennai and pune. it also has presence in usa, germany, united kingdom, france and japan. he has also worked in leadership roles in various companies including unisys, sasken, wipro and among others, the release added.






us troops have come 'under fire' in and around mosul, official says


u.s. troops have come "under fire" and have "returned fire" in and around mosul as allied forces try to retake the city from isis, a u.s. military spokesperson said on wednesday.“when someone is shooting at you, that is combat,” said col. john dorrian, the baghdad-based spokesman, to pentagon reporters.while dorrian said u.s. troops are operating “very close” to the front lines, he also added they do their best to avoid it, although circumstances can change where exactly the front lines are.the news comes days after the u.s. commander of american and allied forces in iraq and syria told fox news' jennifer griffin and other traveling press in baghdad that u.s. troops were operating closer than ever to the front lines.isis is estimated to have between 1,000 and 3,000 fighters in...






infosys: infosys board hikes salary of coo pravin rao


bengaluru: the board of software major infosys ltd on thursday approved pay revision of its chief operating officer (coo) and whole-time director u.b. pravin rao. in a regulatory filing to the bse, the it major also said that the board had recommended the appointment of additional director d.n. prahlad for the approval of the shareholders through a resolution as an independent director. "prahlad was appointed additional director at the board meeting on october 14, 2016," said the filing. the board also recommended adoption of new articles of association of the company in conformity with the companies act 2013, to the shareholders for approval.






nine reveals massive write down in value of its television network, leading to $


nine entertainment company has reported a $237 million loss for the six months to december after reducing the value of the goodwill associated with the nine network from $422 million to $162 million. the write-down will close the gap between nine's book value of its free to air network and the current market value.  nine entertainment company's chief executive hugh marks says ratings are improving.  photo: janie barrettnine's shares jumped after management said full-year pre-tax earnings will meet analyst forecasts. the stock was up 5.4 per cent higher at $1.02 on thursday morning. the company did not change the value of its free-to-air broadcasting licences, which it still carries at $478 million in its books. operating earnings were down 6 per cent at $120 million, comp...






soda sales fizzle by 50% in philadelphia after soft drink tax


philadelphia — some philadelphia supermarkets and beverage distributors say they're gearing up for layoffs because the city's new tax on soft drinks has cut beverage sales by 30% to 50% — worse than the city predicted. jeff brown, who owns six local shoprite supermarkets, told the philadelphia inquirer he expects to cut 300 jobs. bob brockway, chief operating officer of canada dry delaware valley, has predicted a 20% workforce reduction by march. city officials expect business to rebound once customers get over sticker shock. they suggest the industry may be engaging in fearmongering to stop the spread of the tax to other cities. mayor jim kenney pushed through the 1.5 cent-per-ounce tax on sweetened and diet beverages to pay for nearly 2,000 pre-kindergarten slots a...






ramsay health care flags retirement of ceo chris rex, profit up 13.8 per cent


ramsay health care has announced that chris rex plans to retire this year after nine years as managing director and chief executive as it delivered a 13.8 per cent rise in interim net profit to $255.9 million.the company said it had a "comprehensive" ceo succession process under way. mr rex would continue to lead the company in the meantime. ramsay ceo chris rex has flagged his retirement. photo: daniel munozramsay chairman michael siddle paid tribute to mr rex, saying he had been instrumental to the company's success."during his time as ceo, ramsay has become one of the largest health care companies in the world, operating 220 hospitals and facilities across six countries, and is a market leader in france as well as australia," he said in a statement to the asx on thursday morn...






emails show new epa chief is cozy with the fossil fuel industry


pruitt was particularly tight with devon energy, an oil and gas company operating from oklahoma city. the emails show his office coordinating many meetings, dinners and speaking engagements with the company. in one instance, pruitt met with both a coal industry lawyer and the conservative federalist society think tank to develop a "clearinghouse" that would fight federal regulation. in another, the american fuel & petrochemical manufacturers lobbyist group coordinated with pruitt when opposing the feds' renewable fuel standard program (which requires that transportation fuel include some renewables) and ozone limits. these pro-fossil fuel groups even fed pruitt language for letters and petitions, showing that they were effectively dictating some of his environmental policy.the disclosur...






emails show new epa chief is cozy with the fossil fuel industry


pruitt was particularly tight with devon energy, an oil and gas company operating from oklahoma city. the emails show his office coordinating many meetings, dinners and speaking engagements with the company. in one instance, pruitt met with both a coal industry lawyer and the conservative federalist society think tank to develop a "clearinghouse" that would fight federal regulation. in another, the american fuel & petrochemical manufacturers lobbyist group coordinated with pruitt when opposing the feds' renewable fuel standard program (which requires that transportation fuel include some renewables) and ozone limits. these pro-fossil fuel groups even fed pruitt language for letters and petitions, showing that they were effectively dictating some of his environmental policy.the disclosur...






weatherford cuts 1,000 jobs, loses $549 million in fourth quarter


weatherford international cut another 1,000 jobs in the fourth quarter as it idled its u.s. hydraulic fracturing, or fracking, business.financially struggling weatherford opted to scale back in the quarter in a move seen largely as temporarily bowing out against competitor halliburton’s dominating u.s. fracking position. the job reductions — through layoffs or attrition — come after weatherford already had cut 8,000 jobs in the first nine months of 2016 in preparation of a slow oil price rebound.the moves come after longtime weatherford chairman and chief executive bernard duroc-danner abruptly resigned in november. chief financial officer krishna shivram stepped into the ceo role.weatherford lost $549 million in the fourth quarter, but that’s still an improvement from a $1.15 billion loss






shares buyback: infosys seeks shareholders' nod to amend articles of association


bengaluru: infosys is asking shareholders to approve an amendment to its articles of association allowing it to repurchase shares, a change that would help the it company mimic the moves of its larger rivals. the company will also ask shareholders to approve independent director dn prahlad's appointment to the board and the revision to chief operating officer ub pravin rao's compensation, it said in a filing to the bombay stock exchange. infosys' current articles of association do not explicitly mention share repurchases. the amendment would set the stage for a buyback, allowing the board to consider such a proposal. the results of the shareholder vote would be announced in april, the company said. infosys' founders, who own close to 13% of the company's shares, w...






shares buyback: infosys seeks shareholder nod to amend articles of association


bengaluru: infosys is asking shareholders to approve an amendment to its articles of association allowing it to repurchase shares, a change that would help the it company mimic the moves of its larger rivals. the company will also ask shareholders to approve independent director dn prahlad's appointment to the board and the revision to chief operating officer ub pravin rao's compensation, it said in a filing to the bombay stock exchange. infosys' current articles of association do not explicitly mention share repurchases. the amendment would set the stage for a buyback, allowing the board to consider such a proposal. the results of the shareholder vote would be announced in april, the company said. infosys' founders, who own close to 13% of the company's shares, w...






md anderson cancer center's financial woes deepen


md anderson cancer center lost another $58 million in december, according to the center's records, a continuation of mounting operational deficits that caused it to lay off 778 employees last month.the december loss brings the institution's total operating deficit to nearly $170 million four months into fiscal year 2017. the world renowned houston cancer hospital lost $266 million in the previous fiscal year.dan fontaine, md anderson's chief financial officer, said he's optimistic january will show financial improvement, because many patients delay december appointments until the holiday season is over.but he said it'll likely take until spring for the cancer center to realize financial benefits from the layoffs and begin turning the corner from its financial doldrums.






md anderson cancer center's financial woes deepen


md anderson cancer center lost another $58 million in december, according to the center's records, a continuation of mounting operational deficits that caused it to lay off 778 employees last month.last month's loss brings the institution's total operating deficit to nearly $170 million four months into fiscal year 2017. the world renowned houston cancer hospital lost $266 million in the previous fiscal year.dan fontaine, md anderson's chief financial officer, said he's optimistic january will show financial improvement, because many patients delay december appointments until the holiday season is over.but he said it'll likely take until spring for the cancer center to realize financial benefits from the layoffs and begin turning the corner from its financial doldrums.






jost capito exits mclaren after ron dennis departure


by: reuters | london | published:february 7, 2017 7:19 pmchief executive jost capito is leaving mclaren following the departure of ousted boss ron dennis, the formula one team said on tuesday.“regrettably we have not been able to find common ground with jost with regard to what is and will be needed to make the team successful again,” a formula one spokesman said.“as a result, we have agreed that he will leave mclaren racing and will now consider other opportunities.”capito, a former volkswagen motorsport director, was recruited by dennis in january last year but did not start work at honda-powered mclaren until september due to previous commitments.mclaren shareholders removed dennis in november, with american zak brown coming in as the new executive director.brown has been working along






does arizona rank last in teacher pay?


arizona education advocate erin hart was correct when she told the republic that the state ranks 50th in median teacher salary.(photo: getty images/istockphoto) 1740 connect 168 linkedinemailmorethe media: internet.who said it: erin hart.title: chief operating officer for expect more arizona.the comment: "when you look at median pay for teachers, arizona is 50th."the forum: interview with the arizona republic/azcentral.com on dec. 14.what we're looking at: where arizona stands in state rankings based on the median salary for teachers.analysis: in an interview with the republic about lobbyists' call for increased school funding after the passage of proposition 123, hart stated that the median pay of teachers in arizona ranks 50th nationwide...






does arizona rank last in teacher pay?


arizona education advocate erin hart was correct when she told the republic that the state ranks 50th in median teacher salary.(photo: getty images/istockphoto) 1740 connect 169 linkedinemailmorethe media: internet.who said it: erin hart.title: chief operating officer for expect more arizona.the comment: "when you look at median pay for teachers, arizona is 50th."the forum: interview with the arizona republic/azcentral.com on dec. 14.what we're looking at: where arizona stands in state rankings based on the median salary for teachers.analysis: in an interview with the republic about lobbyists' call for increased school funding after the passage of proposition 123, hart stated that the median pay of teachers in arizona ranks 50th nationwide...






does arizona rank last in teacher pay?


arizona education advocate erin hart was correct when she told the republic that the state ranks 50th in median teacher salary.(photo: getty images/istockphoto) 1741 connect 170 linkedinemailmorethe media: internet.who said it: erin hart.title: chief operating officer for expect more arizona.the comment: "when you look at median pay for teachers, arizona is 50th."the forum: interview with the arizona republic/azcentral.com on dec. 14.what we're looking at: where arizona stands in state rankings based on the median salary for teachers.analysis: in an interview with the republic about lobbyists' call for increased school funding after the passage of proposition 123, hart stated that the median pay of teachers in arizona ranks 50th nationwide...






does arizona rank last in teacher pay?


arizona education advocate erin hart was correct when she told the republic that the state ranks 50th in median teacher salary.(photo: getty images/istockphoto) 1740 connect 168 linkedinemailmorethe media: internet.who said it: erin hart.title: chief operating officer for expect more arizona.the comment: "when you look at median pay for teachers, arizona is 50th."the forum: interview with the arizona republic/azcentral.com on dec. 14.what we're looking at: where arizona stands in state rankings based on the median salary for teachers.analysis: in an interview with the republic about lobbyists' call for increased school funding after the passage of proposition 123, hart stated that the median pay of teachers in arizona ranks 50th nationwide...






does arizona rank last in teacher pay?


arizona education advocate erin hart was correct when she told the republic that the state ranks 50th in median teacher salary.(photo: getty images/istockphoto) 1740 connect 170 linkedinemailmorethe media: internet.who said it: erin hart.title: chief operating officer for expect more arizona.the comment: "when you look at median pay for teachers, arizona is 50th."the forum: interview with the arizona republic/azcentral.com on dec. 14.what we're looking at: where arizona stands in state rankings based on the median salary for teachers.analysis: in an interview with the republic about lobbyists' call for increased school funding after the passage of proposition 123, hart stated that the median pay of teachers in arizona ranks 50th nationwide...






does arizona rank last in teacher pay?


arizona education advocate erin hart was correct when she told the republic that the state ranks 50th in median teacher salary.(photo: getty images/istockphoto) 1740 connect 167 linkedinemailmorethe media: internet.who said it: erin hart.title: chief operating officer for expect more arizona.the comment: "when you look at median pay for teachers, arizona is 50th."the forum: interview with the arizona republic/azcentral.com on dec. 14.what we're looking at: where arizona stands in state rankings based on the median salary for teachers.analysis: in an interview with the republic about lobbyists' call for increased school funding after the passage of proposition 123, hart stated that the median pay of teachers in arizona ranks 50th nationwide...






does arizona rank last in teacher pay?


arizona education advocate erin hart was correct when she told the republic that the state ranks 50th in median teacher salary.(photo: getty images/istockphoto) 1740 connect 167 linkedinemailmorethe media: internet.who said it: erin hart.title: chief operating officer for expect more arizona.the comment: "when you look at median pay for teachers, arizona is 50th."the forum: interview with the arizona republic/azcentral.com on dec. 14.what we're looking at: where arizona stands in state rankings based on the median salary for teachers.analysis: in an interview with the republic about lobbyists' call for increased school funding after the passage of proposition 123, hart stated that the median pay of teachers in arizona ranks 50th nationwide...






does arizona rank last in teacher pay?


arizona education advocate erin hart was correct when she told the republic that the state ranks 50th in median teacher salary.(photo: getty images/istockphoto) 1740 connect 170 linkedinemailmorethe media: internet.who said it: erin hart.title: chief operating officer for expect more arizona.the comment: "when you look at median pay for teachers, arizona is 50th."the forum: interview with the arizona republic/azcentral.com on dec. 14.what we're looking at: where arizona stands in state rankings based on the median salary for teachers.analysis: in an interview with the republic about lobbyists' call for increased school funding after the passage of proposition 123, hart stated that the median pay of teachers in arizona ranks 50th nationwide...






does arizona rank last in teacher pay?


arizona education advocate erin hart was correct when she told the republic that the state ranks 50th in median teacher salary.(photo: getty images/istockphoto) 1740 connect 167 linkedinemailmorethe media: internet.who said it: erin hart.title: chief operating officer for expect more arizona.the comment: "when you look at median pay for teachers, arizona is 50th."the forum: interview with the arizona republic/azcentral.com on dec. 14.what we're looking at: where arizona stands in state rankings based on the median salary for teachers.analysis: in an interview with the republic about lobbyists' call for increased school funding after the passage of proposition 123, hart stated that the median pay of teachers in arizona ranks 50th nationwide...






does arizona rank last in teacher pay?


arizona education advocate erin hart was correct when she told the republic that the state ranks 50th in median teacher salary.(photo: getty images/istockphoto) 1740 connect 170 linkedinemailmorethe media: internet.who said it: erin hart.title: chief operating officer for expect more arizona.the comment: "when you look at median pay for teachers, arizona is 50th."the forum: interview with the arizona republic/azcentral.com on dec. 14.what we're looking at: where arizona stands in state rankings based on the median salary for teachers.analysis: in an interview with the republic about lobbyists' call for increased school funding after the passage of proposition 123, hart stated that the median pay of teachers in arizona ranks 50th nationwide...






does arizona rank last in teacher pay?


arizona education advocate erin hart was correct when she told the republic that the state ranks 50th in median teacher salary.(photo: getty images/istockphoto) 1740 connect 169 linkedinemailmorethe media: internet.who said it: erin hart.title: chief operating officer for expect more arizona.the comment: "when you look at median pay for teachers, arizona is 50th."the forum: interview with the arizona republic/azcentral.com on dec. 14.what we're looking at: where arizona stands in state rankings based on the median salary for teachers.analysis: in an interview with the republic about lobbyists' call for increased school funding after the passage of proposition 123, hart stated that the median pay of teachers in arizona ranks 50th nationwide...






does arizona rank last in teacher pay?


arizona education advocate erin hart was correct when she told the republic that the state ranks 50th in median teacher salary.(photo: getty images/istockphoto) 1741 connect 170 linkedinemailmorethe media: internet.who said it: erin hart.title: chief operating officer for expect more arizona.the comment: "when you look at median pay for teachers, arizona is 50th."the forum: interview with the arizona republic/azcentral.com on dec. 14.what we're looking at: where arizona stands in state rankings based on the median salary for teachers.analysis: in an interview with the republic about lobbyists' call for increased school funding after the passage of proposition 123, hart stated that the median pay of teachers in arizona ranks 50th nationwide...






does arizona rank last in teacher pay?


arizona education advocate erin hart was correct when she told the republic that the state ranks 50th in median teacher salary.(photo: getty images/istockphoto) 1738 connect 164 linkedinemailmorethe media: internet.who said it: erin hart.title: chief operating officer for expect more arizona.the comment: "when you look at median pay for teachers, arizona is 50th."the forum: interview with the arizona republic/azcentral.com on dec. 14.what we're looking at: where arizona stands in state rankings based on the median salary for teachers.analysis: in an interview with the republic about lobbyists' call for increased school funding after the passage of proposition 123, hart stated that the median pay of teachers in arizona ranks 50th nationwide...






does arizona rank last in teacher pay?


arizona education advocate erin hart was correct when she told the republic that the state ranks 50th in median teacher salary.(photo: getty images/istockphoto) 1738 connect 164 linkedinemailmorethe media: internet.who said it: erin hart.title: chief operating officer for expect more arizona.the comment: "when you look at median pay for teachers, arizona is 50th."the forum: interview with the arizona republic/azcentral.com on dec. 14.what we're looking at: where arizona stands in state rankings based on the median salary for teachers.analysis: in an interview with the republic about lobbyists' call for increased school funding after the passage of proposition 123, hart stated that the median pay of teachers in arizona ranks 50th nationwide...






does arizona rank last in teacher pay?


arizona education advocate erin hart was correct when she told the republic that the state ranks 50th in median teacher salary.(photo: getty images/istockphoto) 1740 connect 167 linkedinemailmorethe media: internet.who said it: erin hart.title: chief operating officer for expect more arizona.the comment: "when you look at median pay for teachers, arizona is 50th."the forum: interview with the arizona republic/azcentral.com on dec. 14.what we're looking at: where arizona stands in state rankings based on the median salary for teachers.analysis: in an interview with the republic about lobbyists' call for increased school funding after the passage of proposition 123, hart stated that the median pay of teachers in arizona ranks 50th nationwide...






does arizona rank last in teacher pay?


arizona education advocate erin hart was correct when she told the republic that the state ranks 50th in median teacher salary.(photo: getty images/istockphoto) 1740 connect 169 linkedinemailmorethe media: internet.who said it: erin hart.title: chief operating officer for expect more arizona.the comment: "when you look at median pay for teachers, arizona is 50th."the forum: interview with the arizona republic/azcentral.com on dec. 14.what we're looking at: where arizona stands in state rankings based on the median salary for teachers.analysis: in an interview with the republic about lobbyists' call for increased school funding after the passage of proposition 123, hart stated that the median pay of teachers in arizona ranks 50th nationwide...






does arizona rank last in teacher pay?


arizona education advocate erin hart was correct when she told the republic that the state ranks 50th in median teacher salary.(photo: getty images/istockphoto) 1739 connect 164 linkedinemailmorethe media: internet.who said it: erin hart.title: chief operating officer for expect more arizona.the comment: "when you look at median pay for teachers, arizona is 50th."the forum: interview with the arizona republic/azcentral.com on dec. 14.what we're looking at: where arizona stands in state rankings based on the median salary for teachers.analysis: in an interview with the republic about lobbyists' call for increased school funding after the passage of proposition 123, hart stated that the median pay of teachers in arizona ranks 50th nationwide...






she's been thin, she's been fat. hear what this anorexic has to say about body p


when we try and think of body shaming, we usually picture an overweight person being called names or facing flak over being “lazy”. lately, we have witnessed a motion against this bullying as people with “undesirable” body-types have displayed love towards the person in the mirror. yet, we tend to ignore how body shaming continues for people with skinny bodies. a self-proclaimed ed (eating disorder) warrior, megan jayne crabbe, has set out to balance out the prevailing notions pertaining to a “normal” body. an anorexia survivor herself, megan challenges the common misconceptions- being thin isn’t always good and being fat is okay too.megan was diagnosed as an anorexic when she was 14. “you see, within 5 years of being on the planet, it was already ingrained in my mind that fat was the wors