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There’s always a few players every season who fall prey to the “Survivor gods,” and this time, it was Alan Ball.

The NFL player got his torch snuffed on Wednesday’s episode of Heroes v. Healers v. Hustlers after Devon got his vote taken away with a game advantage and Joe used his idol to protect himself from elimination.

“I think the elements of the game affected my fate, and that’s how it went down,” Alan confessed over the phone to ET on Thursday. “I think I was playing a good game. I don’t think it got away from me at all. but Joe found the idol, and that’s part of the game.”

The Houston, Texas, native, did, however, have a feeling that his game could be heading towards elimination. I know they’ve got votes for me,” he explained. The story was written.”

“We know I don’t really care for Joe. I’m going to say this: hopefully he’s not as annoying in person as he was on the show. Hopefully, that was all the show,” he added. for a possible idol.

“Well, I mean, I didn’t strip search him,” he laughed. At the end of the day, he did what he had to do to make me believe that I wasn’t seeing what I saw. That was what he felt he had to do.”

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“I wanted to play the game I wanted to play,” he added, revealing that he never told anyone about his NFL career, but “got close” when Desi asked about a scar on his arm. “I took every opportunity I had to give myself a laugh on the inside and have a good time. I have no regrets in terms of how I played the game at all.”

In fact, Alan is so confident in his game play that he’s ready to head back to the island in a heartbeat. “I am literally walking around my house in my Ugg flip flops and I would go just like this. I don’t need to pack. I’d go right now if I get the call,” he said, taking a beat when asked if his former NFL career would provide extra challenges.

“Definitely, but that’s the story of my life. That’s the reason I went on in the first place, for the challenge, and now it’s heightened a level,” he said. “I mean, when the bright lights get brighter, you’ve got to shine more. So I definitely would be on for the challenge.”
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Unlike a centralized system accountable only to the minister, as the Nova Scotia system will be organized, school boards recognize the importance of working collaboratively with their communities, government, and each other as partners in education. Now, I acknowledge that governance decisions can be difficult; however, school boards, in representing the priorities of the communities they serve, often balance diverse and at times conflicting perspectives. What may appear to be dysfunction the report states more accurately school boards expressing their due diligence to make fully informed decisions. As locally elected representatives, they relate to responsive to local communities and are uniquely positioned to ensure the very best outcomes for all students.

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At a large warehouse in St. Laurent, in a newly crafted photo studio, Alisa Pysaryeva, a model from Folio agency, strikes a pose in a Whitney Eve dress. A few doors down in another studio, a mint green Balenciaga handbag is being puffed and positioned for its photo op. Luxury handbags are lined up, awaiting their turns.

Photo shoots like these happen daily at Beyond the Rack, a Montreal company that sells discount Gucci, Juicy Couture and lesser known brand name items at online “flash sales.” A flash sale means that bargain items typically last season’s overstock and sample pieces reduced in price by 40 to 70 per cent are available only for a brief, limited time. Buyers then act fast. Not only will the company’s million plus customers be vying for the same discount items, but when the time’s up, the “flash sale” is extinguished.

Far beyond Beyond the Rack indeed, over the border and across the sea similar flash sale websites are scorching through the Internet. Popular sites, all ending with a . com, include Gilt Groupe, Haute Look, Vente Privee, RueLaLa, Enviius, Ideeli and Fashion Vault (eBay’s latest attempt get into the game). Each has its own photo studios, models and designer labels, and each insists that its customers are really “private members” that is, to get daily emails about these flash sales, shoppers must be invited to join the website by a friend, or request a membership online.

Even if practically everyone who signs up for most of these sites is accepted, it’s a tactic that helps turn potential waste into a desirable commodity.

“Like a bouncer with velvet ropes, you’ve got to create a fence, a barrier around these clearance items,” says Beyond the Rack CEO Yona Shtern.

The membership policy also helps brands have more control over their inventory and brand image. “As well as through some other site technology, we’re able to ensure that our events don’t show up on search engines,” points out Kerry Bennett, marketing manager for HauteLook.

The flash sale formula, complete with its glamorous packaging, was concocted in 2001 by Vente Privee in France. In 2007, the trend went viral in North America thanks to New York’s Gilt Groupe, a company that sold excess inventory from niche designers like Zac Posen and Alexander McQueen. Now, with more than 2 million fashionistas on its roster, Gilt’s designer picks are still some of the most exclusive in the business.

After Gilt, flash sale websites were ablaze. Most of these sites typically feature shoes and apparel that are less high end than Gilt’s. New and innovative sale site The OutNet, run by luxury website Net a Porter, is an exception to that rule, with its Jimmy Choo heels and Valentino dresses. But designer handbags, sunglasses and accessories are common items on all these websites, which help draw attention to the lesser known and down market labels that are also there.

“Those bags put us on the map. It’s instant credibility,” Shtern said of the Balenciagas and Pradas sold on Beyond the Rack.

Unlike Gilt, many websites now ship internationally and they’ll also ship you just about anything.

Typical of the sport, most bargain hunters like to play the field and sign up for several flash sale websites.

“About a month ago, I bought a handbag from Gilt,” said Melissa Mattiuzzi, 34, an event coordinator for a cosmetics company in Montreal. The pal brought Mattiuzzi her purse when visiting the city.

“And in April, I bought two pairs of Ray Ban sunglasses and three rings from Erica

Anenberg from Beyond the Rack,” she said. The Ray Bans were $100 each, so she saved about $40 on an aviator model and $80 on the brand’s Wayfarer style. The rings were between $60 and $70 each, and could run $80 to $180 elsewhere online, she said.

Mattiuzzi said she wasn’t worried about not trying on the sunglasses, since she bought them to replace older pairs. The rings were trickier. While Mattiuzzi knew her own size, two of the pieces were gifts. Fortunately, she lucked out and predicted the correct ring size.

“All the brands I buy online are brands that I know,” Mattiuzzi explained. As such, she’s better able to judge whether the size and style will work and she can also tell how good a deal she’s getting.

Dvorah Bowen, who lives in Dollard des Ormeaux, purchased discount Ugg boots for $129 from Beyond the Rack, saving about $70. “Footwear is easy because you know your size,” she said. “Handbags, scarves, accessories are good purchases, too.”

“Clothing is another story,” Bowen said. “I would have a hard time buying a dress or pants without trying them on first.”

Unless one is an expert shopper and knows his or her size in the innumerable brands that appear on these websites, potential purchases are often limited.

Faced with a constant barrage of great deals every day, customers often welcome such boundaries.

“I love my deals and I hardly use it,” said Matt Elkind, a Toronto based real estate agent who has been logged on to Gilt Groupe’s men’s site for about a year. He said he has never even heard of half the brands listed, which sometimes makes him feel out of the fashion loop. “And God bless the shoe industry, but my size can go from 8 to 11. So, I can only buy shoes from them by the same manufacturer with consistent sizing.”

Another common complaint with flash sale shoppers is that deliveries to Canada can be slow. It took about three weeks for Mattiuzzi’s sunglasses to arrive and a month for the jewellery from Beyond the Rack, even though the company is in Montreal.

Beyond the Rack typically doesn’t receive the inventory from the distributor until it’s purchased by a customer (except for the sample items in photos). Once the piece arrives at the Montreal warehouse, the item is then repackaged and sent to the customer. All of this can take a while.

Another complaint from Canadian customers concerns shipping costs and return fees. Beyond the Rack doesn’t charge Canadian duties, but a flat $11.95 shipping fee applies to each order, no matter how many items. shipping fee. Returns involve an additional shipping fee.

Some of the biggest fans of flash sale sites are the sellers themselves, who get to ship off their excess inventory and enter a new marketplace.

Montreal based shoe company Modern Vintage earned some major prestige by being posted on Gilt Groupe.

“It really raised our brand awareness we were on the site with other great designers like Chloe and Marc Jacobs who have a huge following,” said Jackie Yermus, creative director of Modern Vintage. These names helped absolve Yermus’s fears about compromising her brand’s identity and selling the product at a reduced cost, since the shoes are typically old stock.
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