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Amanda Booth’s Son with Down Syndrome Lands His Own Modeling Contract

Amanda Booth has modeled for Target and Old Navy, and has appeared on television shows like “Community” and “Hot in Cleveland.” She also landed a Lancome commercial with Julia Roberts recently. And now it would seem that modeling runs in the family... The post Amanda Booth’s Son with Down Syndrome Lands His Own Modeling Contract appeared first on Growing Your Baby.

Old Navy Shopper Takes On Body Shamers With Her Photo In Plus-Size Clothes

After all of the negative media regarding body shaming, it’s nice to see that one Old Navy shopper is ready to take on body shamers with her photo in plus-sized clothes. Rachel Taylor, a 25-year-old photographer from Louisiana shared...Show More Summary

MISS US YET? Philippines to Reopen Huge Old U.S. Naval Base. It’s a fixer upper, but the old U…

MISS US YET? Philippines to Reopen Huge Old U.S. Naval Base. It’s a fixer upper, but the old U.S. Navy base at Subic bay in the Philippines used to be one of the largest U.S. naval bases in the world. Now, Manila is refurbishing and reopening it as part of a $20 billion military modernization […]

J. Crew to launch an Old Navy competitor, named Mercantile

While J. Crew clothing isn't the most expensive you can find on the market, it certainly isn't the most affordable, but that's about to change. Follow The American Genius on Facebook for exclusive & breaking business stories Get more Business News at The American Genius

LearnUp Is Solving A Big Problem At Staples, Old Navy, And Beyond

Retailers constantly have to hire new people to man the sales floor, stock merchandise, or sweep the store. Turnover in these positions is very high – sometimes exceeding 150% a year.  Many times it is because the wrong people were hired for the position.  Yet every rule of thumb has [...]

Curvy women rock crop tops in response to O Magazine flub

O, The Oprah Magazine, which caters to middle-aged women of all shapes and sizes, is probably not the first magazine you would be expected to be accused of body-shaming See also: Woman takes a selfie in Old Navy to overcome fat-shaming In...Show More Summary

Old Navy Customer Goes Viral: See Her Proud Selfie!

An Old Navy patron has gone viral for being proud of her overweight body. Say hello to Rachel Taylor. On July 3, she was shopping for some clothing when a teenage girl and her mom picked up a large tank top and mocked its size. According...Show More Summary

This Woman’s Response To Fat-Shamers In Old Navy Is Perfect

3 weeks agoLifestyle / Fashion : SheFinds

Last Friday, Rachel Taylor was shopping for a 4th of July outfit at Old Navy when she overheard a mother daughter duo. The young girl picked up the plus-sized tank top and said to her mom, “Look! Me and S0-and-so can fit in this tank top!” Her mom laughed and said, “Yeah, you could! That thing […]

ICYMI: Woman Combats Body Shaming Moment At Old Navy With A Fierce Selfie & A Perfect Message! Find Out The Unexpected Results Of Her Viral Pic!

This is Rachel Taylor. She had a pretty terrible experience over the holiday weekend — one that too many of us are forced to go through. She was body shamed while shopping at Old Navy. [ Video: EXCLUSIVE! Bella Thorne Takes On Body & Slut Shamers ] But after her humiliation, Rachel decided to pick herself back up and [...]

Old Navy Customer Rachel Taylor Posts Selfie In Response To ‘Fat-Shaming’ Remarks [Video]

Old Navy customer Rachel Taylor took a selfie in an American flag-themed tank top. However, it’s not so much the image that has caused Taylor to go viral as the story attached to it. Rachel was shopping in an Old Navy store in Louisiana when she overheard some rather hurtful remarks. Show More Summary

Woman takes a selfie in Old Navy to speak out against fat-shaming

One woman took a stand for female shoppers who are plus-sized by snapping a fitting room selfie and the image is now going viral. Rachel Taylor was shopping in Old Navy when she overheard an interaction between two customers that made...Show More Summary

We Can All Learn Something From This Old Navy Shopper's Response to Fat Shaming

3 weeks agoHealth / Fitness : FitSugar

When Rachel Taylor walked into Old Navy last week, she was just shopping around like any American woman looking for the perfect patriotic garb for the Fourth of July. After an unfortunate event with fellow shoppers left her in tears,...Show More Summary

Old Navy shopper takes a stand against fat-shaming with full-body selfie

Old Navy, thank you for having adorable clothes for all shapes & sizes. I'd like to tell you the story behind this tank… Posted by Rachel Taylor on Friday, July 3, 2015 Wedding photographer Rachel Taylor was shopping for a patriotic outfit at Old Navy on July 3, when she was emotionally hurt by a conversation

A Fabulously Frugal Fashion Find: The $12 Old Navy Relaxed Slub-Knit Tank

Yeah, this green print Relaxed Slub-Knit Tank by Old Navy is only $12! But wait, it gets better. When I saw it at the store yesterday, it was on sale for $4! I couldn’t say no, so I grabbed two — the print I’m wearing here, and another one in a bright solid orange. Show More Summary

U.S. Navy Pays Microsoft $9 Million a Year for XP Support

The U.S. Navy is still using Windows XP -- now 14 years old and defunct -- and it has to pay Microsoft $9 million to keep supporting it. Microsoft pulled support for Windows XP last year, and will no longer issue security updates to fix major holes in the software. Show More Summary

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Old Navy has a “blogger” line of clothing. As if I could pull off a slim fit shirt anymore. Ben Goldacre on “How medicine is broken, and how we can fix it” How to pick a cell phone plan for … Continue reading ? The post Links I liked appeared first on Chris Blattman.

This Is What Old Navy Thinks Bloggers Wear

last monthSports : Deadspin

Good news, everyone: Old Navy has launched a line that caters to blogging scum so you don’t have to deal with any pesky browsing to get the latest... writer fashion. Blogger looks, baby! Read more...

The U.S. Navy spends millions to keep running Windows XP

With over 100,000 computers still running Windows XP, The U.S. Navy has once again spent millions to keep using the 14 year old operating system.        

The US Navy is paying Microsoft $9.1 million for continued Windows XP support

Officially, Microsoft ended support of its 13-year old operating system Windows XP over a year ago. Yet, even with all that time, many government and military organizations are still using the outdated OS on their PCs, and are paying Microsoft for special support. Show More Summary

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