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Promising Promises McLaughlin originally released Forever If Ever on September 6, 2011 in which he financed and self-released the album. He received a new contract with "Razor & Tie" where his collection of songs from "Forever If Ever" were re-released with the omission of three old songs and an addition of three new songs.
Promising Promises Promising Promises is the third full-length studio album by American singer-songwriter Jon McLaughlin. The album was released on May 22, 2012 in the United States. "Promising Promises" was preceded by its first single, "Summer is Over" (featuring Sara Bareilles), in January 2012.
The Promising Boy This is just the beginning of Slobodan's extreme behavioural turnaround as the blow to his head seems to have caused a major change inside it. He stops coming home in favour of hanging out and crashing at other people's dorm rooms at Studentski Grad student residence, all of which alarms his parents and Maša who report him missing to the police. Following a fight at the dorm he's reduced to spending the night in a sleeping bag on benches at the train station. The police picks him up there, mistaking him for a petty criminal, and the inspector at the station calls his mother who comes to take him home. Once there, more antagonism awaits as his already agitated father completely loses it and gets physical upon seeing aloof Slobodan relieve himself in the bathroom sink with a devil-may-care attitude. Slobodan slaps him back with a stern and sarcastic: "Don't you ever do that again, daddy". The father throws him out of the house and on the way out Slobodan takes his own Volkswagen and drives off.
A Promising Africa Released in November 2014 at the Film House Cinema in Lagos, the "A Promising Africa" series was screened in five countries over three years. "A Promising Africa" made Oduwole the world's youngest film maker to commercially release a self-produced film.
The Promising Boy Out for a day at the Lido beach one afternoon with Maša and both their respective sets of parents, Slobodan has some tough explaining to do because Maša's friend saw him go in the hotel with the Swiss girl. Discovering a hickey on his neck serves as the ultimate proof of his infidelity for Maša and in a fit of anger she hits him on the head with a paddle. He losses consciousness momentarily, but when he comes to, with blood streaming down his face, dazed yet determined, he gets into Danube and swims across. Barefoot and disheveled with wet clothing, he impulsively runs all the way to Hotel Slavija in downtown Belgrade looking for Clavis, but is stopped and thrown out by the hotel security. Exhilarated rather than disappointed, Slobodan seems determined and ready for a major lifestyle change and marks this by going to the barber to get a haircut and shave off his bushy beard as Pekinška Patka's "Bolje da nosim kratku kosu" is playing in the shop.
The Promising Boy Twenty-four-year-old Slobodan Milošević (Aleksandar Berček) seemingly has the world by the tail. Growing up during the early 1980s in an upscale part of Belgrade as the only child in a well-off and respected nomenklatura family (father is a Yugoslav People's Army officer, mother a university professor), he's an exemplary young man in his own right. Studying at the Faculty of Medicine while dating beautiful, smart, and similarly upwardly mobile Maša (Dara Džokić), the daughter of an influential communist Serbian politician father (Bata Živojinović) and a free-spirited Slovenian mother (Milena Zupančič), Slobodan's an attentive boyfriend and a considerate son.
The Promising Boy Driving around in his car one morning, Slobodan picks up a female hitchhiker (Éva Darlan) who turns out to be a foreigner. Her name is Clavis and she's a French-speaking Swiss national from Zurich who's visiting Yugoslavia for a tour of Serbian medieval monasteries and frescoes. They hit it off in a playfully flirty conversation and arrange to meet again as he drops her off at Hotel Slavija where she's staying. Satisfied with the turn of events, Slobodan drives off listening to Paraf's "Perspektiva". Another day he takes her to various museums; they discuss art, history, Leni Riefenstahl, Jean-Luc Godard, avant-garde, etc. followed by going up to her hotel room where she fellates him to Azra's "Iggy Pop".
The Promising Boy His reckless behaviour continues as he shows up to Maša's apartment late one night, but gets informed by her mother that she went to Greece with her father for a holiday. Without missing a beat Slobodan puts the moves on his girlfriend's mother and soon ends up sleeping with her. The mature woman initially somewhat objects, but eventually submits herself gladly to the young man's physical advances. The next morning she makes him breakfast-in-bed, puts on a Bulat Okudzhava record, and initiates the "this can't continue" talk in motherly and patronizing tone to which he starts laughing hysterically before calling her a "menopausal whore whose daughter isn't much better" and leaving her angry and in tears. As he drives away, he pops in a tape in his car stereo with Šarlo Akrobata's "Niko kao ja" and starts masturbating before pulling over as he's about to climax. He soon sells the car in order to buy a motor bike.
The Promising Boy The opening scene has Slobodan listening to Russian bards and chansons on his stereo while respecting his parents' orders as Maša and her parents are coming over for a visit.
Singapore Promising Brand Award The Singapore Prestige Brand Award is an annual award conferred to recognise outstanding efforts of Small and Medium-sized Enterprises in Singapore in the promotion of their brands. First given out in 2002 through a collaboration between the Association of Small and Medium Enterprises (ASME) and the Lianhe Zaobao, it has since recognised close to 100 local brandnames of SMEs, and introduced a new Heritage Brand Award category for its 2005 edition.