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          Carla Perez recebe 10º troféu Dodô & Osmar        

Nilzete Santana Fotografias

No ano em que completou 20 anos, o Trofeu Dodô & Osmar resgatou os melhores momentos do carnaval de Salvador nas últimas duas décadas, proporcionando aos artistas e convidados uma verdadeira viagem no tempo. A cerimônia de entrega dos troféus foi comandada por ninguém menos que a diva Ivete Sangalo e o ator Luis Miranda, no Teatro Castro Alves, em Salvador.

Na categoria de Melhor Bloco Infantil, Carla Perez comemorou a décima vitória do seu bloco Algodão Doce.

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          The finer points of being the finest.         



The Princess's Carriage..."Arkansas Finest Horse Drawn Carriage Service"


If you were to ask our customers why that is so they would tell you,  1)We deliver professional, reliable, on time every time service,  2) that we have the very best top of the line American made custom carriages coupled with competitive prices  3) that our advertizing is always honest with a what you see is what you can really get promise  4) we are easy to work with, and have more than fair policies,  5) we always have friendly, and helpful customer service.  However, if you ask me I will have a different answer because I think the above qualities should be a given for anyone in business.

What I think think makes the big difference is in the going of that extra mile. One example is offering and using white horses for white wedding carriages. It just looks "right" and honestly I cant imagine anyone not offering it, and a quick internet search will show in in short order that many of us do. Its what the customer wants and so it is what we have. This business isnt about what makes life easy on us, its about pleasing you on your most special day. Or at least that is the way some of us look at it.

So why doesn't every carriage service? Well the picture above shows exactly why. That is one of our white horses. Or maybe I should say "was" one of our white horses! They enjoy being turned out in their pastures to eat, relax, play, and... roll, and while all horses love doing it white ones end up looking like that ^^^. .

Do I even need to say that your not going to take a brush and just knock that off and make him look good, or get away with only having to wash him from the legs down like the horse behind him? Nope, no how, no way. White horses ( which actually start out grey and lighten to white over time) have to have an all over shampoo and scrubbing from nose to tail with special horse shampoos so as to not dry out their skin. This takes about two hours to do right and have looking like the photo below. The below picture is actually of the same horse ( believe it or not) after just such a bath. Besides the intense cleaning of the horse, our horses also get a shave and a haircut to look their best. 




We also detail our carriages before every single job. They stay garaged between special events, and we work hard to keep them looking like they just rolled off the showroom floor. Which means for example in the case of our Cinderella, cleaning every single curling heart on it! That in itself is a couple of hours worth of effort, at times laying on the ground to get to the down low areas and playing what seems to be a real life game of twister.

Then there are custom florals to match your events colors or theme, harness that must be cleaned after each use, our outfits washed, starched, and pressed. Then we have to load everything. Carriage, clothes, harness, a million related items, my camera, the help, and never to forget the horse! lol. In short, its a huge undertaking and when its all over and the pony is put to bed, we are tired to say the least. Even so, its all worth it to us dear customer, because you deserve the finest, and we promise to bring you exactly that.



          Grand Canyon {West Coast USA Part IV}        
Ich steige erwartungsvoll aus dem Bus aus. Gucke erst nach links, dann nach rechts. Hmm... eigentlich habe ich hohe Berge erwartet. Vielleicht auch tiefe Schluchten. Auf alle Fälle endlose Weiten und einen grandiosen Ausblick. Gesehen habe ich aber bis auf einen Parkplatz und ein paar Sträucher und Bäume nichts. Wobei die Landschaft eigentlich so ganz hübsch ausgesehen hat. Aber erwartet habe ich dennoch etwas ganz anderes. Entlang eines sehr schön angelegten Weges sind wir dann durch die blühende, aber dennoch ziemlich trockene Landschaft gegangen und haben dabei nie aufgehört, immer wieder den Grand Canyon herbeizusehnen. Ich wollte all das, was ich vorab im Internet gesehen habe. All die tollen Bilder wollte ich einfach endlich live erleben. Und nicht nur die vergleichbar kühleren Temperaturen. Denn im Oktober lag an manchen Stellen um den Nationalpark herum sogar Schnee - wenn auch nicht viel. Wir legten also einen erfrischenden und auflockernden Spaziergang zurück und hofften einfach auf die Dinge die da noch kommen sollten. Gleichzeitig machte sich jedoch auch die Ernüchterung breit. Doch mit jedem weiteren Schritt formte sich der Horizont immer mehr zu dem, weshalb ich eigentlich dort war. Jeder Schritt brachte uns ein Stück näher an den Abgrund. Und dann plötzlich waren wir da. Ein wirklich wunderschöner Abgrund. Und atemberaubender Moment. 


Ist diese Aussicht nicht einfach grandios? Ich habe noch nie so weit gucken können - über eine so wundervoll geformte Landschaft. Bei strahlend blauem Himmel und einer kühlen Brise im Gesicht. Es ist ein so komisches Gefühl, wenn sich vor einem ganz plötzlich diese endlose Weite erstreckt und man bis zu 1800 Meter in die Tiefe einer ca. 450 Kilometer langen Schlucht blickt. Höhenangst sollte man also besser im Hotel lassen.


Ich muss ganz ehrlich sagen, dass ich wirklich stolz darauf bin, auf eines der größten Naturwunder der Erde hinabgeblickt zu haben. Man kommt sich einfach so unendlich klein und verloren vor, wenn man vor dieser Schlucht steht und erkennt, wie wenig wir von der Welt eigentlich wissen, wie unwirklich das Leben sein kann und wie schutzlos wir Menschen sind. Vor allem aber ist es unbegreiflich, was gerade wir kleinen, nichtssagenden Menschlein mit diesen kraftvollen, atemberaubenden Naturgewalten alles schreckliches anstellen. Dabei sollten wir so viel Schönheit doch schützen, wo es nur geht! 

Übrigens ist diese wunderschöne Landschaft erst der Anfang - denn die USA hat einfach noch so viel mehr zu bieten! Bryce Canyon, Zion Nationalpark und Valley of Fire ließen nämlich nicht lange auf sich warten ...



          Imágenes de Terra Ribelle 2         
Algunas de las imágenes de la filmación de Terra Ribelle 2 en donde participo como uno de los protagonista de la mini serie Rodrigo Guirao Diaz las pueden ver a continuación.  




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          The Dead C - Live, Super 8, Dunedin, 22 Jul 1994        

As a precursor to this event
The Dead C and The Terminals

Here's an old Dead C set.

The Dead C - Live, Super 8, Dunedin, 22 Jul 1994

A lo-fi recording by yours truly of a lo-fi band on a totally shitty lo-er than lo-fi old tape. Managed to put it in my pocket the wrong way round after I flipped the tape for the last track, so you get a metronomic accompaniment of my artery with 'Angel'.  Perhaps seeking redemption, it's an updated digitization with Dolby-S - a raw version (yes, even shittier) from 10yrs+ ago with split 'tracks' is probably floating round in some collections.   Kim Pieters was recording the same night (a track turned up on the God Came Between Us compilation), and it's no doubt far better quality.  But this is what you get.

As this guy wrote:
The year is 1995 and The Dead C are playing at the Super 8 Arts Collective in the basement of a deconsecrated church in Dunedin, on New Zealand's South Island. After eight years together, they have fully developed their improvised free noise strategy: beginning without an end in mind, their 'songs' sometimes bear a vague resemblance to their records - then they lurch abruptly into unfamiliar areas -in a manner utterly alien to rock conventions.

Some Terminals related, here:
Dark Matter - Live, Christchurch 2012-14


          cara merawat mesin diesel modern        
iesel kerap dinomorduakan. Padahal hasil perkembangan rancangan dapur pacu Rudolf Diesel ini pun punya banyak metamorfosa. Ibarat mesin bensin dapat sistem injeksi bahan bakar, diesel pun mengalami ubahan secara elektronis.

Era peminum solar pun berkembang dengan hadirnya teknologi commonrail. Sistem ini menggantikan era diesel elektronik yang mempunyai komponen pembagi solar elektronis pada injection pumpnya.

Pada sistem commonrail, pembagian dilakukan langsung pada injektor. Tekanan sangat tinggi diaplikasi pada sistem ini sehingga membutuhkan komponen presisi. Penanganannya pun lebih teliti.

Enggak percaya? Coba nanti bertandang ke Fakta Jaya Motor, Bosch Diesel Service di Jln.Karang Anyar no.55 Jakpus.

Sebenarnya perawatan diesel modern masih mirip dengan diesel konvensional. Misalnya, tenaga ngedrop bisa diperkirakan berasal dari komponen injeksi bahan bakar. Tentu sebelumnya dengan mengatasi pasokan udara alias memastikan saringan udara bersih dan tidak tersumbat kotoran.

Nah, di sistem pasokan bahan bakar inilah bedanya. "Inti dari mesin commonrail ada empat bagian. Yaitu commonrail pump, rail pressure, commonrail injector dan sensor-sensor. Keluhan tentang low power, kita harus tahu dulu dari mana. Karena dari keempat komponen itu, gejalanya sama," ujar Tommy Subagja, technical manager Fakta Jaya Motor.

Tekanan tinggi sampai 1.800 bar pada sistem ini menggunakan komponen yang sangat presisi. Penanganannya pun harus ekstra teliti. Misalnya buat bongkar pasang harus dilakukan pada clean room. "Karena debu kecil saja bisa merusak bagian dalam komponen," lanjut Tommy.

Clean room ini punya ventilasi dan sirkulasi udara dengan saringan khusus. Pintu masuknya pun dua untuk mencegah udara luar masuk.  Sedangkan komponen yang keluar masuk juga harus dibungkus plastik.

Sementara di luar ruangan disediakan juga clean room kecil seperti Hartridge Microdiesel Cabinet. Di kabinet ini, sirkulasi udara pun terus dilakukan supaya pada saat komponen dikerjakan tidak ada debu nakal yang singgah. Bengkel diesel kotor? Tidak lagi!
Dr. Payel has provided us invaluable guidance throughout our summer and we have been inspired by her work to transform the hospital. As a bridge between the clinical and administrative departments in her role as Clinical Operations Director, Dr. Payel has spear-headed innumerable projects to improve the quality of care and create clinical systems that result in the best patient outcomes. She has a keen eye for places where the hospital could improve and constructively does something to address any concerns. In our first several weeks, we saw her lead the efforts to make the hospital into a more dignified, hygienic place. ­­ There was rarely a night when she was not in the ER or IPD overnight assisting in the heroic and often creative efforts of the clinical team to save a patients’ life. Her energy carries through the rest of the hospital as she encourages others to produce top-quality work. In an organization with a basic tenet that ‘good intentions are not enough,’ Dr. Payel embodies efficiency and effectiveness in getting things done.
Dr. Bibhusan is among the kindest, most visionary physicians I have known. As Medical Director, he has earned tremendous respect from the entire clinical staff as a skilled physician, excellent teacher, and an effective manager. However, I have been most inspired by my interaction with Dr. Bibhusan as a physician who makes a concerted effort to improve community health beyond the clinical space. After attending a training program on the government’s HIV initiatives, Dr. Bibhusan came to Ashma and me to discuss how we could fill in the service gaps of the region’s community and home based HIV care model. Through our conversations over the next couple weeks, we created a program that would bridge several of our departments and bring all of the community stakeholders together. This was not a theoretical exercise – within a week of our initial conversations, we were able to begin bringing community partners together. Dr. Bibhusan’s gentle leadership throughout that process fostered the beginnings of a very positive and productive partnership among a group of people who had never before been able to work together in a meaningful way.

Dr. Roshan’s constant optimism is infectious. I’ve never once heard him complain and he claims to have never had a bad day. People seek Dr. Roshan out to be reminded of why we do what we do and maybe to be tossed a mango or a wide smile. Dr. Roshan is a role model for everyone at Bayalpata Hospital with his love of learning and teaching. Even after a long day in the clinic, Dr. Roshan always finds time to teach anyone interested in learning. One night while I was in the ER for rounds, Dr. Roshan was looking at a patient’s xray. He paused when he saw Sindhya and me to thoroughly explain the patient’s history and the relevance of the xray findings. He then went on to explain the difference between a number of similar-sounding medical terms related to the next patient’s condition. The next morning in the daily continuing medical education lecture for the health assistants, he made sure to slip a few of those new terms in and looked over to Sindhya and me to make sure we had caught the terms. As he did so, I was reminded of just what makes Dr. Roshan so incredible – he naturally connects with and improves the life of each individual he meets, whether patient, co-worker, or friend.

Dr. Rashmi’s passion to improve patient outcomes drives her work. As one of the first female physicians in the region, she has quickly gained the trust of the many female patients who come to Bayalpata Hospital with Ob/Gyn concerns. Dr. Rashmi looks out for others. One night she came to us quite concerned about the quality of the blankets we give to newborns and expressing the desire for a project where we could perhaps provide infants with their first (and likely only) outfit that they will receive in their first days of life. She takes the lead in addressing any complications with maternal and child care. Dr. Rashmi also greatly contributes to the morale among the staff by helping to organize staff bonding nights and by being a friend to all those in the Bayalpata community.


Drs. Payel, Bibhusan, Roshan, and Rashmi are heroes.

          Just for Aunt Susie. . .        





          SEVEN??? What the HELL--SEVEN!!!!        
So the boys had a dental appointment the other day. . .the first for Ash and, quite possibly the last for Ade.  It actually worked out great to have them at the same time.  Seeing Aiden sitting in the chair (not afraid) really helped put Ash at ease.The two ding dongs hanging out and waiting for the teeth cleaning fest. . .




Here is Asher---smiling--for now. . .




But alas. . .it doesn't last long.  He did NOT enjoy the scrapey thing on his teeth.  I don't blame him--I hate that sound/feeling.  So the teary eyes started but he was trying really hard to be so brave.  Love this little dude.

I'm pretty sure this next pic should be in an ad for a pediatric dentist. . .

Poor little man-I saw that look in his eyes and I wanted to do the ole' scoop and run.  But I've tried to squash the 'helicopter mom' mode in my psyche.  

He is holding on to his way-to-big-headphones trying so hard to focus on the cartoon playing above him.



Here is Ash after the cleaning and the exam by our friend and dentist, Damon.  They are posing to show how much the "upper and lower teeth gap" that was caused by his binkie is closing up.  I'll have to find a comparison picture because it really is amazing how much that gap has closed up in the last 4 months.  And I WILL be doing a post on that momentous 'giving up the binkie' day.  



Now, on to the what the hell part. . .aarrrrgggg!
 
All I have to say is it's a good thing that Aiden in smart--cause the above is a picture of this college education!  The little hoser has SEVEN, yes, S-E-V-E-N cavities.  What the crap is that about.  I just about stroked out when Damon was counting the "spots" on the X-ray!!

I guess this a prime example of giving your oldest too much credit/responsibility.  I need to be a better nazi of the teeth brushing ritual.  Duh. . .  The night is just so crazy and there is so much to get done. . .I just let him be in charge of his own brushing.   Well, that is a thing of the past.  I nearly made his gums bleed when I got out the Brillo pad to "brush" his teeth the night following the appointment.


Enjoy that laughing gas, Ade, cause when your dad finds out--the laughing part will be OVER.  Oh, speaking of. . . Q is such a softie/big talker.  When I gave Q the news his mouth gaped open then some explicits flew out.  Followed by, "I'm going to take that game back," and "no new toys" and all sorts of what for. . . 

Big Talker Betty Crocker.  Here is how it really went, Q-- "Ade how many cavities did you have?"  A-- "well, 6 now."  (he got one filled today)  and Q--"what's up with that dude?"  ohhhhh, scarreeee dad.  So lame, why do I always have to be the heavy. . .whatever.


I can almost detect a little smirk on that little punk's face--maybe he is just laughing at the cartoon playing above.  He'll think funny when he goes back TWO more times for the rest of the fillings.  I need to tell Damon not to be so good when giving the numbing shot--Ade barely felt it.  I think a good dose on pinch/sting will carry a lot of mileage when it comes time to brush teeth!  Ya, go ahead, call C.P.S.  maybe the good people of the State of Idaho can pick up his dental bill!

Peace out!

          The Afternoon Sound Alternative 06-22-2017         
Playlist:

Jacqueline Taeb- 7 Heure Du Mat - The French Mademoiselle
Frankie And The Witch Fingers- Flower Pedals - Frankie And The Witch Fingers
MrElevator The Brain Hotel- Nico - Nico Her Psychedelic Subconscious
X- Los Angeles - Los Angeles
KRSOne- Sound Of Da Police - Return Of The Boom Bap
Dead Kennedys- Kill The Poor - Fresh Fruit For Rotting Vegetables
Bad Brains- Banned In DC - Black Dots
Minor Threat- Bottled Violence - First Two Seven Inches
MC5- Motor City Is Burning - Kick Out The Jams
Kikagaku Moyo- Semicircle - Forest Of Lost Children
Alice Coltrane- Om Rama - World Spirituality Classics 1 The Ecstatic Music Of Alice Coltrane
Kim Jung Mi- The Sun - Beautiful Rivers And Mountains The Psychedelic Rock Sound Of South Koreas Shin Joong Hyun 19581974
Kourosh Yaghmaei- Hajme Khaali - Forge Your Own Chains Heavy Psychedelic Ballads And Dirges 19681974
Flower Travellin Band- Satori Part III - Satori
Youngblood Brass Band- Brooklyn - Center Level Roar
Funkadelic- Friday Night August 14th - Free Your Mind And Your Ass Will Follow
The Dramatics- The Devil Is Dope - The Best Of The Dramatics Remastered
Sly The Family Stone- Everyday People ReRecorded Remastered - 1960s Soul Movement 60 Hits Of The 60s ReRecorded Remastered Versions
Natalie Tate- The Letting Go - Broken Open
Brian Eno David Byrne- Mea Culpa - My Life In The Bush Of Ghosts
Tones On Tail- Go Single Edit - Something Single
Love And Rockets- Kundalini Express - Express Remastered
Bauhaus- The Man With XRay Eyes Live Hammersmith Palais London - Press The Eject And Give Me The Tape
The Misfits- Last Caress - The Misfits Collection 2
Kevin Coyne- Eastbourne Ladies - Marjory Razorblade
Courtney Barnett- Pedestrian At Best - Sometimes I Sit And Think And Sometimes I Just Sit
The Coathangers- Follow Me - Suck My Shirt
Shannon And The Clams- Its Too Late - Gone By The Dawn
The Soul Stirrers- Wade In The Water - The SAR Records Story
Aretha Franklin- Maybe Im A Fool - The Queen In Waiting The Columbia Years 19601965
Wendy Rene- After Laughter Comes Tears - After Laughter Single
Mobb Deep- Shook Ones Pt II - The Infamous
Kendrick Lamar- XXX FEAT U2 - DAMN
Gil ScottHeron- The Revolution Will Not Be Televised - Pieces Of A Man
Dead Prez- Hip Hop - Dave Chappelles Block Party Live
Public Enemy- Fight The Power - Power To The People The Beats Public Enemys Greatest Hits
The Impressions- Fool For You - This Is My Country


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          The Afternoon Sound Alternative 02-23-2017 with Rett Rogers        
Playlist:

The Isley Brothers- OhioMachine Gun - Givin It Back
Miriam Makeba- For What Its Worth - Keep Me In Mind
Neil Young Crazy Horse- My My Hey Hey Out Of The Blue - Rust Never Sleeps
Pisces- Dear One - A Lovely Sight
Thelonious Monk Septet- Blues For Tomorrow - Blues For Tomorrow Remastered
Nina Simone- Backlash Blues - Sings The Blues
Sly The Family Stone- Underdog - The Essential Sly The Family Stone
Anderson Paak- Come Down - Malibu
Vulfpeck- Animal Spirits - The Beautiful Game
Run The Jewels- Legend Has It - Legend Has It Single
Tinariwen- Sastanqqm - Elwan
Arca- Piel - Arca
Bruckner Orchester Linz Dennis Russell Davies- Symphony No 8 Movement I - Philip Glass Symphony No 8
Rodriguez- This Is Not A Song Its An Outburst - Cold Fact Bonus Track Version
Willie Dunn- I Pity The Country - Native North America Vol 1 Aboriginal Folk Rock And Country 19661985
Sonny The Sunsets- Lovin On An Older Gal - Tomorrow Is Alright
The Courtneys- Minnesota - The Courtneys II
Poison Rites- Everything I Love - St
Stiff Little Fingers- Suspect Device - Inflammable Material
Cock Sparrer- Take Em All - Shock Troops
Revolutionaries- Roots Dub - Trojan Dub Rarities
Sham 69- Borstal Breakout - If The Kids Are United The Best Of
XRay Spex- Identity - Germ Free Adolescents Deluxe Edition
Bryan Ferry- Casanova - Lets Stick Together
Mick Ronson- Only After Dark - Slaughter On 10th Avenue
Bo Diddley- ELephant Man - The Black Gladiator
The Sweet Inspirations- Sweet Inspiration - The Sweet Inspirations
Porlolo- Diamond - Everything Barely Single
Oko Tygra- Sealegs - Q
Bad Licks- Set Them On Fire - Set Them On Fire Single
Carbonas- Phone Booth - Carbonas
Jay Reatard- It Aint Gonna Save Me - Watch Me Fall Bonus Track Version
Carolyn Franklin- I Cant Love Without You - Baby Dynamite
Erma Franklin- Open Up Your Soul - Piece Of Her Heart The Epic And Shout Years
Boards Of Canada- Gyroscope - Geogaddi
Donald Byrd- Flight Time - Black Byrd
Ramsey Lewis Trio- Wade In The Water - 20th Century Masters The Millennium Collection The Best Of Ramsey Lewis


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          The Afternoon Sound Alternative 01-26-2017         
Playlist:

Pastor T L Barrett And The Youth For Christ Choir- Nobody Knows - Like A ShipWithout A Sail
Timothy McNealy- K C Stomp - Sagittarius Black Collection
William Onyeabor- When The Going Is Smooth Good - Anything You Sow
Tom Tom Club- Genius Of Love - Tom Tom Club
Lokonon Andre Les Volcans- Mi Kple Dogbekpo - African Scream Contest Raw Psychedelic Afro Sounds From Benin Togo 70s
Franco- Bayini Ngai Mpo Na Yo - Roots Of OK Jazz Congo Classics 19551956
Dessoin- Wapi Yo - Roots Of OK Jazz Congo Classics 19551956
Thee Hypnotics- Shakedown - Soul Glitter Sin Remastered
Headgirl- Please Dont Touch - The Collection
Dead Kennedys- Kill The Poor - Fresh Fruit For Rotting Vegetables
Flipper- Exist Or Else - American Grafishy
Dave Berry- Dont Gimme No Lip Child - The Collection
Hole- Violet - Live Through This
Yeah Yeah Yeahs- Tick - Fever To Tell Show Your Bones
The Slits- Typical Girls - Cut
The Coathangers- Down Down - Nosebleed Weekend
Ex Hex- New Kid - Rips
XRay Spex- Oh Bondage Up Yours - Germ Free Adolescents Deluxe Edition
Bags- Survive - Dangerhouse Volume 1
Bush Tetras- Too Many Creeps - Boom In The Night
The Brat- Attitude - The Brat
Vivien Goldman- Private Armies - Resolutionary Songs 19791982
The Raincoats- No Ones Little Girl - The Kitchen Tapes
Merry Clayton- Gimmer Shelter - Gimmer Shelter
Aretha Franklin- Think - 30 Greatest Hits
Marlena Shaw- Woman Of The Ghetto - The Spice Of Life
Alice Coltrane- I Want To See You - Monastic Trio
Emahoy TsegueMaryam Guebrou- The Song Of The Sea - Emahoy Tseguemaryam Guebrou
Minnie Ripperton- Les Fleur - Minnie Ripperton Legends
Various Artists- Argo Gospel Singers Whisper A Prayer - In The Spirit
Lady Wray- Underneath My Feet - Queen Alone
Angel Olsen- Pops - My Woman
Thelma Houston- Dont Leave Me This Way - Disco Gold
Explosions- Hip Drop Pt 1 - Funky Funky New Orleans 3
Evelyn Champagne King- Shame - Platinum Gold Collection Evelyn Champagne King
Twilight 22- Electric Kingdom - Twilight 22
Newcleus- Computer Age Push The Button - Destination Earth The Definitive Newcleus Recordings


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          The Afternoon Sound Alternative 03-29-2016 with James Weise        
Playlist:

Steinski- Its Up To You Television Mix - What Does It All Mean 8306 Retrospective
The Modern Lovers Jonathan Richman- Astral Plane - The Modern Lovers
Pere Ubu- Sleep Walk - Story Of The Life
Bob Mould- Voices In My Head - Patch The Sky
Fairport Convention- Matty Groves - Liege Lief
Ananda Shankar- Dancing Drums - The Rough Guide To A World Of Psychedelia
Belle And Sebastian- The Boy With The Arab Strap - The Boy With The Arab Strap
Rahsaan Roland Kirk- Jitterbug Waltz - Bright Moments
David McCarn- Poor Man Rich Man Cotton Mill Colic No 2 - Work Hard Play Hard Pray Hard Hard Time Good Time End Time Music 19231936
Jud Sojourn- From The Ashes - Ghost Sketches
Tom Waits- Gun Street Girl - Rain Dogs
Einstrzende Neubauten- Redukt - Silence Is Sexy
LNZNDRF- Kind Things - LNZNDRF
The New Pornographers- Thre Or Four - Twin Cinema
Ian Gillan- Gethsemane I Only Want To Say - Jesus Christ Superstar 2012 Remastered Edition
Paul Robeson- Sometimes I Feel Like A Motherless Child - Sometimes I Feel Like A Motherless Child Original Recordings
Donovan- The Lullaby Of Spring - A Gift From A Flower To A Garden
Mothers- Hold Your Own Hand - When You Walk A Long Distance You Are Tired
Robyn Hitchcock- Glass Hotel - Eye
Don Walser And The Pure Texas Band- Cattle Call - Texas Legend
Mount Moriah- Calvander - How To Dance
Elephant Revival- Raindrops - Petals
The Jezabels- Stamina - Synthia
Silly Wizard- The Twa Brithers - Caledonias Hardy Sons
Ondar- The Other Side Of The Mountain - Back Tuva Future
Night Beats- Celebration 1 - Who Sold My Generation
The Devils Cut- Antium - Antium
XRay Spex- The Day The World Turned DayGlo - XRay Spex The Anthology
The Jam- The Bitterest Pill I Ever Had To Swallow - Snap


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          The Afternoon Sound Alternative 02-03-2016 with Michael Buck        
Playlist:

Chic Gamine- Follow Through - Light A Match
- voicebreak -
Au Pair- Sullivans Ghost - One Armed Candy Bear
Eleanor Friedberger- He Didnt Mention His Mother - New View
The Muffs- John Im Only Dancing - A Salute To The Thin White Duke The Songs Of David Bowie
Shearwater- Prime - Jet Plane And Oxbow
Ty Segall- Diversion - Emotional Mugger
King Gizzard The Lizard Wizard- Trapdoor - Paper Mch Dream Balloon
Andra Day- Forever Mine - Cheers To The Fall
- voicebreak -
The Mountain Goats- Foreign Object - Beat The Champ
Carlos Timn- La Cueva De San Andrs - Solar Rap
Mercury Rev- Central Park East - The Light In You
Applesauce Tears- Sally Forth - Alpha Drift
Thee Oh Sees- Sticky Hulks - Mutilator Defeated At Last
Tribecastan- Konjo - Goddess Polka Dottess
- voicebreak -
Aidan Knight- The Funeral Singers - Each Other
And So I Watch You From Afar- Heirs - Heirs
Baaba Maal- Fulani Rock - The Traveller
Caravan Palace- Comics - II
- voicebreak -
Eleventh Dream Day- Cheap Gasoline - Works For Tomorrow Bonus Track Version
Buhu- My Baby Burns So Bright - Relationshapes
Dante Elephante- Never Trust A Junkie - Anglo Saxon Summer
Hinds- Castigadas En El Granero - Leave Me Alone
- voicebreak -
Basia Bulat- Someday Soon - Good Advice
Villagers- The Waves - Where Have You Been All My Life
Promise And The Monster- Apartments Song - Feed The Fire
Yppah- Occasional Magic - Tiny Pause
The Plates- Riot Squad - Earth Moon Version
- voicebreak -
John Grant- Black Blizzard - Grey Tickles Black Pressure
Ane Brun- Directions - When Im Free
Charlie Hilton- 100 Million - Palana
Oneohtrix Point Never- Child Of Rage - Garden Of Delete
Youth Lagoon- XRay - Savage Hills Ballroom
Karsh Kale- Be Like Water - Up
Adrian Younge- Memories Of War feat Laetitia Sadier - Something About April II
- voicebreak -
Lettuce- The Lobbyist - Crush
Buju Banton- Champion Maga Bo Remix - Maga Bo Remixes
David Bowie- Sue Or In A Season Of Crime - Blackstar
Futurebirds- Deadbeat Hits - Hotel Parties
Sarah Burton- Picture In My Wallet - Make Your Own Bed


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          The Afternoon Sound Alternative 08-13-2014 with Dave Blackwood        
Playlist:

Stornoway- We Are The Battery Human - Beachcombers Windowsill
Courtney Barnett- Avant Gardener - The Double EP A Sea Of Split Peas
Don Cavalli- Say Little Girl feat Rosemary Standley - Temperamental
- voicebreak -
The Bombay Royale- Give Me Back My Bunty Bunty - The Island Of Dr Electrico
The Bombay Royale- Monkey Fight Snake - You Me Bullets Love
Blue Cheer- Summertime Blues - Good Times Are So Hard To Find The History Of Blue Cheer
Archie Bronson Outfit- Two Doves On A Lake - Wild Crush
Christopher Lennertz Mike McCready Money Mark Chris Chaney- Fker feat Mike McCready Money Mark Chris Chaney - Horrible Bosses Original Motion Picture Soundtrack
Mogwai- Repelish - Rave Tapes
King Khan The Shrines- Born To Die - Idle No More
Django Django- Wor - Django Django
Parquet Courts- Bodies Made Of - Sunbathing Animal
San Cisco- Awkward EP Version - San Cisco
Menahan Street Band- The Crossing - The Crossing
The Cactus Channel- XRay Bear - Wooden Boy
Dennis Coffey- Space Traveller - Dennis Coffey
- Hawajez - 1970s Algerian Folk And Pop
Oy- Tortoise And Hunter - No Problem Saloon
Quantic- Magnetica - Magnetica
- voicebreak -
Mr Scruff- We Are Coming - Friendly Bacteria
Howie B- Run Always - Down With The Dawn
- voicebreak -
Srikalogy- Little Warrior Feat Malia Kulp - New Paradigm
William Onyeabor- Atomic Bomb feat Hot Chip - What
Eccodek- Singing In Tongues - Singing In Tongues
Oumar Konate- Laissez Nous Tranquille - Addoh
Thriftstore Masterpiece- Look At That Woman feat Courtney TaylorTaylor - Trouble Is A Lonesome Town
Clinic- Cosmic Radiation - Free Reign
Animal Collective- Todays Supernatural - Centipede Hz
Zammuto- Yay - Zammuto
Trentemller- Constantinople - Lost
- voicebreak -
Meridian Brothers- Somos Los Residentes - Salvadora Robot
Mexican Institute Of Sound- Jalale - Soy Sauce
MiGu- Spider - Choose The Light
- Superformance - Inner City Beat Detective Themes Spy Music And Imaginary Thrillers
Akron- Frog War Chant - Voyage Of Exploration
- voicebreak -
Various Artists- Youre Gonna Miss Me Thirteenth Floor Elevators - Nuggets
The Coasters- That Is Rock And Roll - Atlantic Top 60 Doo Wop Rock And Bobby Socks


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          The Afternoon Sound Alternative 01-29-2014 with Steve Vegas        
Playlist:

Neu- After Eight - Neu 75
XRay Spex- The Day The World Turned DayGlo - XRay Spex The Anthology
The Mantles- Lily Never Married - Pink Information EP
Bad Brains- Big Take Over - Bad Brains
Pisces- Motley Mary Ann - A Lovely Sight
Nomo- Crescent - Invisible Cities
Yo La Tengo- Beach Party Tonight - Summer Sun
The Fugs- How Sweet I Roamed - The Fugs Greatest Hits
Gong- The Mad Monk - Zero To Infinity
Various Artists- Rampage Whitfield Brothers - Soul Fire
Syl Johnson- Annie Got Hot Pants - Complete Mythology
Oscar Brown Jr- But I Was Cool - Sin Soul And Then Some
Gang Of Four- At Home Hes A Tourist - Return The Gift
- Aja Wondo - Afrobeat Airways 2
The Poets Of Rhythm- Choking On A Piece Of Meat Pt 2 - The Anthology 19922003
Tsee MudBacroLSD- Amandote Esta Dios - Tsee MudBacroLSD
Kitten Forever- Prey On - Pressure
Obits- Machines - Bed Bugs
Hot Chip- Boy From School - Remixes Rarities
William Onyeabor- Good Name - World Psychedelic Classics 5 Who Is William Onyeabor
Omar Souleyman- Nahy - Wenu Wenu
Gogol Bordello- The Other Side Of Rainbow - Pura Vida Conspiracy
Belle And Sebastian- Your Covers Blown Miaoux Miaoux Remix - The Third Eye Centre
Sigur Rs- Rafstraumur - Kveikur
Cults Percussion Ensemble- Baia - Cults Percussion Ensemble
- Olha O Pica - Angola Soundtrack 2 Hypnosis Distortions Other Sonic Innovations 19691978
John Wizards- Finally Jet Up - John Wizards
- Mama Loo Ata Una Cinta Alrededor Del Viejo Roble - Latinamericarpet Exploring The Vinyl Warp Of Latin American Psychedelia Vol 1
Wau Y Los Arrrghs- Malditos Modales - Todo Roto
King Khan The Shrines- Yes I Cant - Idle No More
Diane Coffee- All The Young Girls - My Friend Fish
Gringo Star- Want Some Fun - Floating Out To See
Gauntlet Hair- Bad Apple - Stills
Hunters- Thin Twin - Hunters
The Dream- Aint No Use - Get Dreamy
Cults- Always Forever - Static
- voicebreak -
Damien Jurado- Magic Number - Brothers And Sisters Of The Eternal Son
Jaune Toujours- All Eyes - Routes


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Day 7


This was our last day together in Sydney.  Because of a mixup of dates, Kristine had to fly out Monday night, but my flight wasn't until Tuesday night.  We had planned to go whale watching on our second day, but it was cancelled due to strong waves.  We rescheduled it for our final day in Sydney together.
The view from our hotel.

From the window, I was afraid I'd drop my phone getting this shot!

Another view from the Sydney Harbourview Hotel

From planes, to trains, to buses, and taxis we found our way around Sydney.

Lunch at Nick's.  I've ate hear nearly everytime I've gone to Sydney.


Heading out to the harbour for the whale watching cruise.





We found a whale almost immediately!

See the whale spout?

Gorgeous views!  I love the ocean!


My favourite shot!
What a great way to spend our last day together in Sydney!

Beautiful Sydney


Saying goodbye.  {insert sad face}

After I left Kristine at the train station to head back to the airport,  I made my back way to Darling Harbour which was close to the hotel I was staying at.  Kristine and I never made it down here for the Vivid lights.  So this was a first for me to see.  I was a bit sad to not share this with her.  There was a fountain and light show, not sure you can see it on the right.

I had dinner at Hard Rock Cafe so I could watch the water and light show.

Another shot of the light show, not sure you can see the face in the water.

My hotel on my last night in Sydney.



Day 8

I had one whole day in Sydney to myself.  So I decided to go check out some museums.  I'm getting to know my way around this part of Sydney, so I was comfortable walking, plus I was determined to have another 15,000+ step day!  Haha!


Kind of reminds of New York City in the fall.

I had to check out the Ducati store for my husband.
I picked him up a coffee mug as a souvenir.



One of the museums I went to had these dog bones.  I knew Cody would enjoy this story.  They found the bones when tearing down the Governor's House.  Because the bones were all together, they assume it was someone's pet that was buried.

Interesting way of making friends.  :)

While trying to find the next thing to do,
I had lunch at Vapiano's, which is where we ate earlier in our trip.

Seriously good pizza!

I decided to head back to Darling Harbour to check out the Maritime Museum.


Maritime Museum.
I was mainly interested in the exhibit of Pompeii.

Casts made from original casts they found at Pompeii.
They assume it was a mother and child.



Saying goodbye to Sydney for now.




What an amazing trip!   I'm so thankful for the opportunity to get away for a week, and especially to be able to spend it with a friend.  I came home refreshed and ready to get back to it!






          Magic and Love        






Roald Dahl once said: "And above all, watch with glittering eyes the whole world around you because the greatest secrets are always hidden in the most unlikely places. Those who don't believe in magic will never find it."

I didn't realize it at the time, but one of the magics in my life had been in my dog Kona.

We started the year with a perfectly clean bill of health for her at the vet.  In fact, the vet couldn't even believe Kona was just two months shy of 14 years of age.  He thought she was closer to 8 to 10 at the time.  Kona did have a minor limp in her leg but upon examination, the vet couldn't find anything wrong and chalked it up to her simply getting older, maybe experiencing a little arthritis.

By May, it was obvious that a lump was starting to form on her lower leg joint.  Took her in to be checked out and they did xrays. The worst was confirmed and she was diagnosed with osteosarcoma.  My heart dropped.  I felt like my world had suddenly come crashing down around me.  I attempted to pull myself together and asked the vet what we could do for her.  Not much he said.  Given her age and arthritis, chemo and / or amputation are not feasible.  I asked how long he thought Kona had.  At the time he felt maybe six months.

Bone cancer in dogs is a cruel and insidious disease.  It creeps up silently, almost benignly, and by the time it whispers hello, it is often too late to do much in the way of treatment, depending on the health and age of the dog.  It's often called the slowly exploding bone, and for just reason.

As Kona's lump grew, and it grew rapidly going from a pea size to basically an egg size inside of 2-3 months, she was having more and more difficulty getting around.  She would avoid walking as much as possible.

Yet her spirit remained unwavering and strong.  She continued to boss the others in the pack around and her appetite remained good even up to the final day.





I hired an animal communicator in July to make sure I was doing everything I possibly could for Kona within my meager resources and power.  I was reassured I was doing all I could for her and Kona gave a pretty close time frame as to when she thought she'd be ready to go.  It was an illuminating session in other ways too.  One that left me feeling a wide range of emotions but mostly relief.  Relief that I was doing all I could and that Kona knew how deeply I loved her, to the depths of my soul and beyond.  It was also heartbreaking in some ways but these two sessions I had with the AC also allowed Kona and I to communicate in a way that I can't even do justice in putting into words.  It made me feel even closer to her and reminded me of my instinctive feeling that Kona and I had been on journeys before.  That this was another journey and that we'll have more journeys together in the future.  In other words, we were soul mates.

Some people have a hard time understanding the human / animal connection.  Some don't think of animals as being sentient or of having souls.  But as Anatole France said "Until one has loved an animal a part of one's soul remains unawakened."






From the moment I met Kona, there was an instant connection and we shared journey together that lasted just over 14 years.  She saw the good, the bad, and the ugly.  She was there to comfort me when my grandmother passed away and I was on the floor bawling.  She just sat quietly by my side, watching over me, and comforting me.

She was my magic in this life.  She opened me to love.  Research has shown that people who have been abused, or have experienced trauma in whatever way and have a challenging time connecting with other humans oftentimes connect more readily and easily with animals.  Love is a universal and inter species language, emotion, and energy.  So however and wherever you can experience love is a magical thing.

She was my rock.  She helped me to realize I have the strength to get through whatever I face.  And even when I felt I just didn't have any strength left, she was there to remind me that I'm stronger than I think I am and more courageous that I give myself credit for.

I released her to the Rainbow Bridge on Monday, July 29th.  We had one last session together with the AC a few days prior and Kona let me know it was her time.

Part of unconditionally loving another soul is knowing when to let go, regardless of how much you want them to stay.  Kona was terrified when I put her on the table.  She was trembling all over.  It was as if a part of her didn't want to leave, but she knew she couldn't live in this dimension any longer in the shape she was in.  As painful as it was, I pushed aside my own fears and selfishness and I comforted her, talked to her, and maintained eye contact with her until the contents of the syringe mercifully released her from her physical pains and limitations.

It was a powerful, bittersweet, and heartbreaking moment we shared as her soul lifted away and I was left burying my face in her warm fur, feeling like my whole world had just shattered into a million pieces.

Someone posted on their FB wall the other day a picture of a woman with her dog and it said "I wish the Rainbow Bridge had visiting hours."

They do.  Any time.  In your mind, your heart, your soul, and in your dreams.  Any time I want to visit Kona, I go there.  I talk to her every day.  I also shed tears every day.  I miss her every second of every day.  But she's here.  I may not feel her presence, but I know she's here.  She's in my soul and I know she listens to every word I say and I always feel the love between us.

That's the magic of it.  Any time you want to visit someone who is no longer around, you can visit them in your mind.  Like a book can transport you to places or events, your mind can instantly reunite you with your best friend.  Daily, Kona and I take walks on the beach or just sit and just be.  Daily I tell her how much I miss her and love her.

She said she'll be back.  Next winter some time.  Whether one believes in reincarnation or not (I do) I look forward to seeing her again.  And what a reunion it'll be!


Until then, I have more than enough love in my heart for my other dogs.  Many dogs have had a piece of my heart.  But Kona will always have my soul.

I've been blessed beyond measure because of Kona.  One doesn't need money to feel rich.  With Kona, I felt like the richest woman in the world :-)

See you soon my sweet Kona Bear.








We are all magical.  We are all love.

Happy New Year!

P.S.  The Dolphin's Wink is now on Facebook!



          I Don’t Know What He’s Thinking ~~~        

No matter what I do when I follow every rule to the letter, I still end up in an empty corner shaking my head in wonder.  Maybe it’s the “invisible” thing.

I went to the knee surgeon last Thursday, limping and with my cane, and first his assistant, Shea, comes in and he’s all aglow with, “Ohhhh, so good to see you!” Then he asks how I am and my answer was, “I honestly am not sure.  I am still in pain and still limping, and my knee is much warmer to the touch than my other knee, AND the pain is all the way up my leg just shy of the groin area”.  He says, “Have you ever had any problems with blood clots?”  I answered no, and that was the end of that discussion.  Then he says for me to walk for him without the cane.  I hobbled and dragged my achin’ leg and he said, “Ohhh, I see you have quite a limp there”.  I said yes, and the pain is still there, in my knee as you can see the swelling, down to my ankle, the back of my calf, the back on my knee and up through the thigh like I told you a minute ago. To even try to press on those areas almost takes me through the roof.”  He tells me to sit down and then starts pressing hard around my knee and calf. I was not quiet and he says, “That hurts?” What is the matter with these doctors?  Then he got up and said, “Great to see you, and Dr G will be coming in.  You might want to think about having a cortisone shot….”, and I said, “WAIT, you’ve already given me a number of them the last few months and nothing helped.  You can’t keep doing that.”  He thinks a minute (they never read your chart) and then says maybe physical therapy will help and to talk to Dr G. 

Dr G comes in, “Great to see you!”  I am so sick of that phrase by now, just fix me, but I nod and say nice to see you, too, BUT, I am still in pain, still swollen, still limping, and the pain is not only in my knee but……blah blah blah.  I pin him down to the question of, “Could this still be the Levaquin that is causing it?”  He returns to square one like he’s never heard that I had that problem, yet the MRI showed it plain as day.  All he says is, “Hmmm, maybe we should think about a cortisone shot and then if that doesn’t work, maybe physical therapy”.  Don’t you know I wanted to shoot through the ceiling.  I said the same thing again to him about already having an allotment of cortisone and he glances at my chart --- just a glance --- and says let’s try physical therapy.  I asked again about the pain throughout my leg and his answer now just dropped everything to physical therapy, and he said, “Tell the physical therapist where it hurts”.  THEN, he hesitates and says, “Did we xray your hip? Maybe it’s your hip!”  I said, “Hell NO, it is NOT my hip! It is my leg as I keep telling you and telling you.” Guess what he said. “Well, the next time you come in, if the pain hasn’t stopped, we’ll get an xray of your hip.” The insanity never stops. It is not my hip and I will not do the xray. I really wanted to say to him, “Is that buck you’re trying to pass heavy?”  But….you don’t get on the bad side of your surgeon.  Then he stood up and said, “Great to see you;  I’ll see you again in 3 weeks”,  and he left.  Me?  I was now sitting in an empty exam room.

I got myself up, hobbled out and across the hall to the physical therapist business. The girl there was really nice and when she heard I’d been some weeks out of surgery but only now being referred, she was a bit on the surprised side to say the least.  She set up the “soonest” appointment she could which is this coming Thursday.  It’s given me just enough time to debate if I want to even do it.  I can’t take even more pain and I’m positive that Levaquin is playing the part of the pain in the rest of leg, up and down.  I think the knee pain is only the healing taking longer and that would be due to my age.  My surgeon is a sports doc and he deals with all these super young jocks who heal in 48 hours from everything.  He forgets he’s looking at me…..I’m invisible, remember…..and only once has alluded to the fact that “as we get older, we take longer to heal”.  There are moments I think he’s trying to kill me.

And so today, I am icing my knee and leg like crazy, taking Aleve and doubling the dose, watching the rain which I’m sure makes bones and muscles hurt more, hearing the weather report of severe storms beginning tomorrow and through Wednesday night with even the likelihood of tornados, and weighing my feelings about Thursday.  I’ve decided that by early Wednesday morning I will either keep the appointment or cancel it for now.  Yes, my surgeon is passing the buck, and for some reason I feel antlers growing out of my head. As I pass by the  mirror, I see that I am that buck and I’m sort of sick of being passed around.  I didn’t even realize that bucks could be invisible like we seniors are.  Maybe when I see him next I can give him a little bit of hoof in his shin as I smile ever so brightly and say, “Great to see you!”

For now, resting, icing, trying to get in a better frame of mind, and will blog walk when I can sit without throbbing. Pfft.  I didn’t sign up for all this mess.

                                       passing-the-buck

The day after my appointment, Mary had gallbladder surgery, so I was at the hospital with her all day and then picked her up the following day and took her home.  She’s doing well, thank goodness, but now we look like Dumb and Dumber walking down a hall.  She holds her side and I limp.  What a pair.


          Yes, Honey, I am most definitely Home!        

An update after years of silence: Well, boy, it's been a real trip for a long time. The last time I talked to everyone was about 3 years ago and just wasn't in good health, mind or body, at all. Great news since! Finally I found a doctor that believed me instead of saying, "You look fine to me", and sending me home. I am blessing these 10 incisions in my belly, honestly I am. First was GERD so bad that it scarred my esophagus to the point the scarring had to be cut out. Then, a hernia going backwards and pressing against my lungs and heart. That caused my stomach to move up into my chest. Oh, it's been fun. But the surgeon wrapped my esophagus around my stomach to hold it down and into place. Next was the gallbladder. It was literally at 0% functioning and the bile was oozing out and around my other organs. The bile burned around my gallbladder so much that that scar tissue had to be cut out as well. It all ended great --- no more breathing problems and no more pain! Yipppeeeee. It's not the end of the story. During recoup, I got this darn stye in my left eye and hadn't had one of those since I was a kid. I bought some STYE ointment and did compresses with it as it instructs. A week later I woke up with the left side of my face HUGE and lumpy and eyes that couldn't open all the way. Scared me half to death. And the pain? Omg. So, off to my doc and she sent me to a specialist. No telling where the stye came from, but he said because it was all so close to my brain that I needed to start a very strong antibiotic immediately. You might want to remember this name: Levaquin. On the 6th day of a 10 day dosage, my left leg was really in pain, but I figured I'd just slept on it wrong. The pain increased and by the next day, I couldn't walk at all. I read the pamphlet and there it was, in tiny print at the bottom, "...in rare cases, Levaquin can cause tearing of the leg tendons and ruptures of the Achilles". Holy crap. I called the doc...."Noooo, that hasn't happened, pfft". I headed to the emergency room, well Mary took me, and the doc there said "You look fine to me", and prescribed a double dose of Aleve twice a day for 5 days. Gawd. Two days later I was in my regular doc's office and trying like crazy to get her to look up Levaquin. Instead, she did xrays to check for broken bones. Nothing. She sent me to an orthopedic surgeon. I told him about the Levaquin, but like the rest, he didn't think it was the problem. He gave me a cortisone shot in the calf. Helped for about 2 hours. I was back in his office 2 days later and darn if he didn't give me another cortisone shot but this time in the knee. Absolutely no relief whatsoever. He said he thought it might be a good idea to have an MRI and I agreed. Had it, results came back, tendon tears up and down the leg and a torn meniscus. He said, "Ohhhhh, you were on Levaquin". Yes, I am now in the twilight zone. It was the Levaquin that did it, but now all I can do is hope the tendons heal. Sometimes it's permanent and other times it takes up to a year to heal. Pfft. But the meniscus is a different story. He is thinking that Levaquin didn't help but the meniscus has to have surgery. Believe me, the pain was so much, I would have done it myself. So this next Wednesday, Apr 2nd, will be the surgical date, then I'm back out of commission for a bit but recoup won't be any worse than Oct's surgery. Oh I love this age thing. When I wrote the last post those 3 yrs ago, more happened with my friends. My friend, Lee, that was in the hospital at the time, died, then more died. I think at that post I was up to five. By a year later, it was 9 --- that included Mom, but made it a very hard year and I wanted to crawl under a rock. Things do get better though, don't they. We stand up, brush off, and get on with the job at hand: Life. Back to Oct for a sec. That August right before, I decided to buy a new car I'd wanted for 3 yrs. I thought I might just die being so darn sick and no one listening at that time, so I wanted to buy it and drive it before I couldn't anymore. I had to drive to another city to get this sweetheart of a car, but it was worth it and the day at the dealership was like Christmas and birthdays, and every holiday rolled into one. Best dealership I ever saw. They even waved goodbye from the sidewalk when it was all done. Anyway, here's my little 2-seater car, and then, the link to the vid I made 2 days ago at home that they have now posted on YouTube and on their Face Book page.

                 My CR-Z in driveway.jpg

                                              My vid testimonial link:

   https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8oTDPvsfdOo&feature=youtu.be            

I would have embedded it here, but can't remember how to do it. We'll chalk it up to age yet again.  I’ll ask around another day.

And now, let me take this time to thank ALL OF YOU who continued to post little notes and well wishes on my blog. There is no community like you and I never forgot a single one of you. I wondered very often how everyone was and what they were up to, you know, all the good scoop, but I really just sort of died out and hid for a long time. Once I start on recoup and can sit at the computer for bursts of time, I'll post again AND I'll visit. After all, I was part of this great blog family then and want to get back into the groove. Face Book? No, I don't have one and might be the last person on Earth without it. I'll see you again. Go laugh at that vid done completely off the cuff, no script, and only one take, and with a mouth so dry I could swear I was spittin' feathers.

Much, MUCH love to you all~~

JennyD

XOXOXO

_____________________________

PS/ I redid this on Live Writer that I’d forgotten I had. In the meantime, Beth posted the sweetest note to me and she was comment #1 ! What a sweetheart! Here’s what she wrote (and I’m pasting it):

BethFri Mar 28, 09:15:00 PM

God bless you Jennie. You have been through hell and back!! I have been on Levaquin and I had a severe allergic reaction to it. It is number 1 on my list of meds that I am allergic to.
You have my prayers!!! HUGS!!!


          Re: Need tombstone photos at Catholic Cemetery Antigo        
Maybe at findagrave.com? Some stones with those names have already been posted.

I'm also looking for Rybacek in Wisconsin, married to Kasik/Kashik.

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          23 DIYs com Couro para decorar sua casa (a maioria bem simples)        
Quando falamos em couro na decoração logo vem a cabeça peças grandes, como um sofá por exemplo, mas esse tutoriais vão mostrar que podemos usá-lo de formas bem simples.

A maioria deles são com tiras,ou seja, não precisa gastar um absurdo com material já que couro não é lá tão baratinho.Porém vejam como tudo fica muito mais charmoso com apenas um toque!Confiram:

Montando prateleiras de uma forma diferente
Fontes: 1 2 3

Penduradores instalados no teto
Fontes: 4 5

Praticidade e charme na cozinha
Fontes 6 7 8

Um charme na cômoda
Fontes: 9 10

Jardim suspenso
Fontes: 11 12 13

Pra organizar
Fontes: 14 15 16

Nos pendentes
Fontes: 17 18

Pra segurar encostos ou fazer uma cabeceira
Fontes: 19 20 21

Reutilizando aquele cinto fora de moda
Fontes:  22 23

          ã‚¢ã‚¦ãƒ‡ã‚£æ–°åž‹A4セダンとアバントが発表かなり気合の入った内容        
2015/09/14
アウディーから新型のA4セダンとアバントが発表されている。ボリュームゾーンの車だけに内容には力が入っているようだ。
そこで現在の情報をまとめてみた。


アウディ新型A4のスペック

現在分かっているスペックを書き出してみた。

サイズ:全長4.73m
ホイールベース:2.82m
CD値:セダン0.23、アバント0.26
エンジン:3種のTFSIエンジン、4種のTDIエンジン
 1.4TFSI 4気筒 150hp 250Nm/1,500~3,500rpm、7速Stronic0-100km/h加速8.9秒(FF)、最高速度210km/h、4.9L/100km(20.4km/L)、1,320kg
 2.0TFSI 4気筒 190hp 320Nm/1,450~4,200rpm、7速Stronic0-100km/h加速7.3秒(FF)、最高速度238km/h、4.8L/100km(20.8km/L)
 2.0TFSI 4気筒 252hp 370Nm/1,600~4,500rpm、7速Stronic0-100km/h加速5.8秒(FF)、最高速度250km/h、5.7L/100km(17.5km/L)
 2.0TDI 4気筒 150hp 320Nm/1,500~3,250rpm、7速Stronic0-100km/h加速9.0秒、最高速度213km/h、3.8L/100km(26.3km/L)
 2.0TDI 4気筒 190hp 400Nm/1,750~3,000rpm、7速Stronic0-100km/h加速7.7秒(FF)、最高速度237km/h、4.2L/100km(23.8km/L)
 3.0TDI 6気筒 218hp 400Nm/1,250~3,750rpm、7速Sトロニック0-100km/h加速7.7秒(FF)、最高速度237km/h、4.2L/100km(23.8km/L)
 3.0TDI 6気筒 272hp 600Nm/1,500~3,000rpm、8速tiptronic0-100km/h加速5.3秒(FF)、最高速度250km/h、4.9L/100km(20.4km/L)
駆動方式:FFおよびQuattro
ミッション:6MT、7速Sトロニック(FFモデル, freewheeling機構付き)
デフ:TDI 272hp→スポーツデフ(オプション)
採用技術:
 Matrix LED headlights
 virtual cockpit(オプション、12.3インチディスプレー、1,440×540pixels)
 smartphone interface
 Bang & Olufsen Sound System with 3D sound
 phone box with wireless charging
 head-up display
 driver assistance systems
 Audi connect services
 MMI(8.3インチディスプレー)
 Tour assistance system
 City assistance system
 Broad spectrum(アジャスタブルダンパー)
車両ネットワーク:FlexRay bus system+CAN
発売開始:ドイツでは2015年8月より受注開始、2015年秋デリバリー予定


ディーゼルエンジン(TDI)に重きが置かれているようで、トップレンジモデルも3.0TDIとなるようだ。このトップレンジの3.0TDIエンジン(272hp)は今時珍しい6気筒で8速tiptronicが組み合わされ他と区別されている。

今回のモデルチェンジの目玉はエンジンもさることながら、安全装備の充実、それにマンマシンインターフェースが格段に進化しているように見える。


アウディ新型A4の画像


では外観を中心に画像を見てみよう。
アウディ新型A4 2.0 TFSI quattroセダン
↑ アウディ新型A4 2.0 TFSI quattroセダンのフロント画像、元々カチッとしたコンサバな外観だったがさらにカチッとした感じ、品行方正でクリーンなイメージとなっている、画像はメーカーサイトより拝借

アウディ新型A4 2.0 TFSI quattroセダンのリア画像
↑ アウディ新型A4 2.0 TFSI quattroセダンのリア画像、従来の路線を踏襲しているがラインが少しシャープになり精悍さが増した、良く知らない人が見ると新型って気が付かないかも、画像はメーカーサイトより拝借

↑ アウディ新型A4 2.0 TFSI quattroセダンのサイド画像、リアウィンドウの形状からかキャビンが腰下から後退しているような印象を受ける、こうしてみると全く普通のセダンだ、画像はメーカーサイトより拝借

アウディ新型A4 2.0 TFSI quattroセダンのフロント画像イエロー
↑ アウディ新型A4 2.0 TFSI quattroセダンのフロント画像イエロー、アウディーの黄色は非常にきれいな黄色で個人的には大好きな色だ、ブルーと同じモデルだが活発そうに見える、画像はメーカーサイトより拝借

↑ アウディ新型A4 2.0 TFSI quattroセダンのリア画像イエロー、横から見ても余分なラインが無くクリーンなイメージ、今回のA4も非常に人気が出そうだ、セダンらしいシルエットで使いやすそうな車となっている、画像はメーカーサイトより拝借

アウディ新型A4 2.0 TFSI quattroセダンと3.0 TDI quattroアバントのツーショットフロント
↑ アウディ新型A4 2.0 TFSI quattroセダンと3.0 TDI quattroアバントのツーショットフロント、アバントは前から見るとセダンと全く変わらない、このクラスの車はまずワゴンボディーありきで作るのではないかと思うほどアバントのシルエットが素晴らしい、画像はメーカーサイトより拝借

アウディ新型A4 2.0 TFSI quattroセダンと3.0 TDI quattroアバントのツーショットサイド
↑ アウディ新型A4 2.0 TFSI quattroセダンと3.0 TDI quattroアバントのツーショットサイド、セダンよりもアバントのほうがシルエットは自然だ、このクラスの新しいベンチマークとなるかもしれないモデルだ、画像はメーカーサイトより拝借

↑ アウディ新型A4のインパネ画像、TTと同じくメーターパネルに12.3インチディスプレーが組み込まれている、さらにダッシュセンターに8.3インチディスプレーが付く、ディスプレーだらけだ、個人的にはディスプレーばかりになるのは好みではないがアウディー流にうまくインターフェースを作り重要な部分はブラインドタッチが可能だ、画像はメーカーサイトより拝借



↑ アウディ新型A4のメーターパネル、TTと同じ方式が採用されている、遠目にはアナログメーターと変わらないところが凄い、ナビの表示はハンドル越しに覗き込まないといけないので少し見ずらいかもしれない、画像はメーカーサイトより拝借

アウディ新型A4のシフトレバー部分
↑ アウディ新型A4のシフトレバー部分、シフトレバー自体はスイッチとなっているのでストロークが非常に短い、そこに手を置いてその前方のダイヤルを操作する方式となっている、これである程度のコントロールがブラインドタッチできる、なかなか良く考えられたインターフェースだと思う、パッと見はコンサバでよろし、画像はメーカーサイトより拝借

アウディ新型A4のリアシート画像
↑ アウディ新型A4のリアシート画像、ヘッドクリアランスも十分ありそうで居心地の良さそうなリアシートだ、オプションでリアシート用のディスプレーを選択する事が可能、普通のセダンでもこうした装備がされる時代になった、画像はメーカーサイトより拝借



どうもすでにドイツでは受注が始まっているようだ。デリバリーはもう少し先になるようだが日本に入ってくるのも想像よりも早いのではなきだろうか。
少々ボディーは大きくなったようだが正統派のセダンとして人気が出そうな印象だ。



今回はこのへんで
では

          Â¡Ya estamos escribiendo nuestro nombre!        
Parece que fue ayer cuando comenzamos el curso y no sabíamos casi ni coger el lapicero. Aunque parezca increíble, durante estos meses hemos aprendido un montón de cosas y una de las que más emoción les está causando últimamente, es aprender a escribir su nombre.



 


Hace tiempo que estamos contando el cuento de "Pepita y Miguel" en clase y desde hace unos días estamos practicando la escritura de algunas letras (vocales) y de nuestro nombre. Para ello usamos nuestra "pizarra mágica" porque así si nos equivocamos, no nos cuesta nada borrarlo.





Algunos prefieren directamente copiar su nombre y otros prefieren meterlo dentro para repasarlo por encima pero el caso es que todos están llevado a cabo con éxito la aproximación a la escritura.









Seguiremos practicando.

          Great Wolf Lodge, NC        
In early May we went with my whole family to the Great Wolf Lodge in Concord, NC. It was a short, but REALLY fun trip!
The lobby of the lodge had a bunch of stuffed wolves....JJ used his dramatization skills to show how frightening they were! :)They had a show in the evening for kids....they were suppose to come down in their pajamas, but ours were all still dressed. 13 cousins!!! - Left to right: Gabriel, Elianna, Alison, Regan, Noah (Nathan's kids), Eddie, JJ, Jamey, Harrison (our kids), Abigail (Joel's baby), Isaiah, Jason & Marcus (Elizabeth's kids). After the "evening show" we had cupcakes for dad's 57th birthday! The next morning before the swimming began, the kids made origami wolves!
The main attraction of Great Wolf Lodge is the huge indoor waterpark!We spent most of the time camped out in the middle of the water area....the kids ran to and fro having a blast! Joel, Denaye & beautiful Abigail!Jamey tried to comfort Noah, who was obviously not happy.
Naptime!
Great Grandpa LOOOVES the babies! Eddie LOVED the wave pool, he would've stayed in there the WHOLE time if we would've let him! The older "kids" had a few competitive basketball games... Nathan and Joel had a race across the floating obstacles.... It was super close, but I think Nathan won! All his army training paid off. :)
By the end of the few days the kids were exhausted!
It was such an enjoyable trip.....it's always a good time when we all get together!
          XRay Mod 1.12        
Como Instalar XRay Mod 1.12
O blog não se responsabiliza pelo uso indevido do MOD, por exemplo, você usar em servidor e ter a sua conta banida...
XRay é um mod que lhe permite converter todos os blocos que não sejam minérios em blocos transparentes. Ao pressionar a tecla "X" você verá em sua tela apenas os minérios, poderá encontrar as Dungeons e Minas Abandonadas pressionando a tecla "C".
    Tópico Oficial (Créditos: AmbientOcclusion)
    http://files.minecraftforge.net/

    Como instalar XRay para Minecraft 1.12?
    1. Se você já tem o Forge 1.12 instalado basta colocar o arquivo do mod na pasta mods. Caso não tenha o Forge prossiga com o tutorial.
    2. Baixe o Forge 1.12 e o arquivo XRay-57.jar.
    3. Abra o launcher, clique em "Edit Profile" em "Use version" selecione a versão release 1.12 e salve em "Save Profile". Dê "Play".
    4. Após o jogo abrir feche ele e o launcher.
    5. Instale o Forge 1.12.
    6. Crie a pasta "mods" dentro da pasta ".minecraft" ou execute o Minecraft pelo perfil do Forge para a pasta ser criada automaticamente.
    7. Copie o arquivo XRay-57.jar para dentro da pasta '.minecraft/mods' que foi criada.
    8. Execute o jogo com o perfil do Forge.
    Mods Utilizados 1.12 (Baixar Launchers)
    Baixar forge-1.12-14.21.1.2423-installer.jar
    Baixar XRay-57.jar

    Como usar a pasta .minecraft?

    Clique Aqui para ver o tutorial.
    OBS: Na hora de jogar veja se o perfil do Forge está selecionado, se o perfil do Forge não estiver selecionado clique em Edit Profile, na opção Use version selecione a versão release 1.12-Forge e clica em Save Profile
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              Things to Do This Weekend: August 11-13        
    by Mercury Staff

    Friday? Friday's for gettin' on the road and spending time with good friends (and maybe even some friends you shouldn't revisit if you want to remember them well). Saturday, well, Saturday's for sippin' on things, and smokin' on stuff, and letting the monster out. And then Sunday's about keeping it clean—but not too clean, just in time for the week to begin again. It's a pretty damn delightful weekend ahead; hit the links below and load your plate accordingly.


    Jump to: Friday | Saturday | Sunday

    Friday, Aug 11

    Willie Nelson & Family, Kacey Musgraves
    The closest thing our corrupted country has to a national treasure is Willie Nelson—who, at 84 goddamn years old, is still touring, bringing his lovelorn, world-weary, funny, and sweet songs to the masses, and making all our lives better in the process. Tonight, the eternally badass Willie is playing outdoors at Edgefield—and he's brought along Kacey Musgraves, who, if we're lucky, represents what country will sound like for the next few decades. ERIK HENRIKSEN
    6:30 pm, Edgefield, $73.50-109.50, all ages

    Chastity Belt, Never Young, Strange Ranger
    There's a lot to love about Seattle's Chastity Belt: Their band name. Their penchant for bucket hats and selfie sticks. Their wry sense of humor. But the four-piece’s new album, I Used to Spend So Much Time Alone, cuts the irony for excellent post-punk driven by strong guitar melodies and vulnerable lyrics. CIARA DOLAN
    9 pm, Star Theater, $12, all ages

    Jeffrey Lewis, Rebecca Tilles
    What can’t Jeffrey Lewis do? He’s the world’s leading authority on Watchmen, a noted comic book artist, and a brilliant (anti-) folk singer and lyricist. This evening he'll swing through Portland for an all-ages solo acoustic show at Turn! Turn! Turn! that's guaranteed to lift your spirits heading into the weekend.
    5 pm, Turn! Turn! Turn!, $10, all ages

    King Louie & LaRhonda Steele
    Renowned vocalist LaRhonda Steele and "Portland's Boss of the B-3 Organ" Louis "King Louie" Pain take their acclaimed blues and jazz act out to DeNorval Unthank Park as part of Portland Parks and Recreation's Concerts in the Park series. This evening's musical performance will be followed by a screening of the movie Hidden Figures at dusk.
    6:30 pm, Unthank Park, free, all ages

    Shook Twins, Taylor Kingman
    If you fancy yourself as someone who keeps up with local music, there's a good chance you've heard of the Shook Twins. And there's good reason, because those twins work like an army. Their success is growing in a grassroots fashion, and not the kind that just involves selfies on Instagram. Their twin voices shape flawless harmonies, with a fluidity that likely comes not only from blood ties but endless touring. Their bluegrass-tinged, upbeat jam folk comes close to cliché, but it clearly comes from such an honest place it can't help but be respected and enjoyed. ROBIN BACIOR
    7 pm, Revolution Hall, $22

    DJ Quik & Scarface, Mic Capes, J-Ritz & Saywords, Rayvon Owens & Jay-Are, The Kings
    If there were a Mt. Rushmore for gangsta rap icons, one could definitely make a case for the inclusion of Scarface. His iconic voice and knack for consistently delivering soulful vitriol through a hardcore Houston, Texas, lens have made Scarface a virtual deity in the South, and his influence on hip-hop is celebrated just about everywhere else. CHRIS SUTTON
    9 pm, Crystal Ballroom, $30-35

    The Bedrooms, Cockeye, UK Gold, Collate
    Portland’s Cockeye plays vicious, thrashing queercore punk that sounds like it could shatter glass. CIARA DOLAN
    8 pm, Pop Tavern, $5

    Caleb Klauder Country Band, Miss Lonely Hearts
    I don't care if you don't like country music: the Caleb Klauder Country Band is the best live band in Portland. When this crack team of ace players lets 'er rip, the dance floor explodes in a hullabaloo of twangin', twistin', good old-fashioned American music. NED LANNAMANN
    9 pm, Doug Fir, $13-15

    Space Jam
    POINT: Space Jam is very terrible and has no redeeming qualities whatsoever. Trust no one who says otherwise.—Erik Henriksen, Film Editor COUNTERPOINT: Space Jam is the most precious kids' basketball movie ever made! In a confusing time when GOAT Michael Jordan retired to play less watchable sports, kids were gifted Space Jam to aid in the grieving process. Portrayed as a humble family man, MJ gets sucked into a golf hole and recruited by the Looney Tunes to beat cartoon aliens at basketball. Is it far-fetched? DUH. But the Looney Tunes stay comically solid (as does Bill Murray), and the opening montage of Jordan’s career is chill-inducing. Space Jam was also the debut of Lola “Don’t Ever Call Me 'Doll'” Bunny, who yes, plays Bugs Bunny’s romantic interest, but was also initially seen as a feminist icon. And don’t get me started on the soundtrack!—Jenni Moore, Copy Chief
    4:50 pm, 9:10 pm, Academy Theater

    Saturday, Aug 12

    Hot Mass Block Party
    Considering the dangerously hot weather we’ve been having, “Hot Mass” is an appropriate title for the gothic church-themed bar’s outdoor concert this Saturday. In addition to draws like Church’s “confessional” photo booth and high-quality menu of Southern-inspired food and drink, there’s some great local music to be devoured: DJ Chookie Crisp will be spinning throughout the night, and exceptional hip-hop acts like Rasheed Jamal and Hustle & Drone will be on deck. JENNI MOORE
    5 pm, Church, $5

    It's So Bazaar: The XRAY.fm Summer Party
    The city’s best all-around radio station is going big with this one. XRAY.FM has booked out the White Owl Social Club for the entire afternoon and night, in a free bash that will pair a street fair (Clothing! Jewelry! Drink samples!) with a music venue. The station’s fine slate of weekend DJs will be doing live broadcasts of their shows, while the likes of Cool Nutz, Møtrik and Surfer Rosie pop by to perform. This is fantastic news. DIRK VANDERHART
    2 pm, White Owl Social Club, free

    An American Werewolf in London (w/ special guest David Naughton)
    John Landis is what some might consider a “problematic fave.” It’d probably be easier to write the man off for his frequent foibles of moral character if he hadn’t gone on an unholy tear in the ’80s, the pinnacle of which, for many, is the comedy-horror classic An American Werewolf in London, which exploded genre boundaries, marked a dramatic leap forward in practical effects, and seriously boosted the careers of stars Griffin Dunne and David Naughton. Naughton will be attending this screening, and will talk about the film, and maybe even share a story or two that will simultaneously make you love and loathe Landis all over again.
    7 pm, Hollywood Theatre

    Primus, Clutch
    Few bands can lay claim to homing such a unique combination of instrumentation, style, voice, and energy as Bay Area punk-funk-fusion trio Primus. They attained this distinction almost immediately after forming in the mid-’80s, fronted by virtuoso bassist Les Claypool and his twisted tenor. The band brought original drummer Tim “Herb” Alexander back for their 2014 Willy Wonka-inspired Primus and the Chocolate Factory with the Fungi Ensemble, and just announced the release of their ninth studio record, The Desaturating Seven, reported to be inspired by a children’s book called The Rainbow Goblins. Lead single “The Seven” is vintage Primus, with staccato/tapping bass-guitar interplay and general bizarro-world lyrics. Whether tackling quirky funk-metal on early classics like Sailing the Seas of Cheese or Frizzle Fry or going full psychedelic shroom trip on Tales from the Punchbowl, Primus unites fans of musical technicality and the absurd in equal measure. RYAN J. PRADO
    6 pm, Edgefield, $49.50, all ages

    Pan African Festival of Oregon
    The state's first festival specifically built to help empower Diaspora Africans in Oregon, with focuses on creating dialogue between communities, strengthening already existing community bonds, and of course, a whole bunch of great live music, food, vendors, arts and crafts, a live fashion show, speakers, a career fair, and much more.
    noon, Pioneer Courthouse Square, free, all ages

    1st Annual Portland Radler Festival
    Radler is what you call a cocktail made using fruit soda... and beer. Which sounds weird at first, but if there's a whole damned festival dedicated to the drink it can't be all bad, right? In fact, it's pretty fuckin' delicious when you do 'em right, and so StormBreaker hosts one of the most refreshing beer fests the city will see this summer, with shade tents, live music, and radlers from over 20 local breweries and cideries for sipping.
    noon, StormBreaker Brewing, $15

    Illmaculate, Goldini Bagwell, Smoke M2D6, Little Warrior
    Local hip-hop artists Illmaculate and Goldini Bagwell (of Sandpeople) celebrate the release of their latest full-length, Ethereal. Album producer Smoke M2D6 and featured vocalist Little Warrior lend their support to the proceedings. Hosted by The Last Artful, Dodgr and DJ Spark.
    8 pm, The Know, $10

    Wine, Whiskey, & Women
    With the tagline "Celebrating the anomaly of womanhood," Wine, Whiskey, and Women is focused on celebrating local women who have contributed to the community and done much to help support women in the city. It's also about drinking wine and sippin' on whiskey, while looking at art, listening to live music, and meeting with amazing Portland women.
    7 pm, Olympic Mills Commerce Center, $50

    Grease
    It really is kind of a mystery how this gross, skeevy homage to the glory days of teenage exploitation became a family-friendly sing-a-long, but it happened, so if you wanna pile the kids into the family wagon and park em in front of the drive-in screen at the Expo to belt out "Greased Lightning" at the top of their lungs, let 'er rip!
    6 pm, Portland Expo Center

    The Mystery Box Show
    Portland's long-running storytelling series dedicated to the sexier side of things returns to the Alberta Rose Theatre. The night's wonderful oversharers will included Madison Young, Christopher Hoffman, Aleah Liebenau, Julie Peterman, and Aaron Rider.
    7 pm, Alberta Rose Theatre, $20-55

    Oregon Cannabis Growers' & Consumers' Fair
    The Oregon State Fairgrounds hosts a two-day cannabis fair and live plant competition, featuring more than 60 growers and over 100 exhibits. Learn more about the OLCC with a Q&A session, and get insight into the medical side of things from a licensed medical professional at the Canna Help You Area.
    Aug 12-13, 10 am, Oregon State Fairgrounds, $18-75

    Distillery Row Birthday Beach Bash
    The eight distilleries on the row decided August 12 would be as good a day as any to transform their liquor-filled fiefdom into a beach, so as to properly enjoy a beach party, with live music, food carts, spirits, and cocktails.
    6 pm, House Spirits Distillery, free

    Sunday, Aug 13

    Girls Gone Mild: A Stand-Up Brunch
    The Siren Theater, one of our finest purveyors of laffs, is now serving COMEDY BRUNCH, with Girls Gone Mild, featuring Portland’s Funniest Person Caitlin Weierhauser (HEYO); Mercury Undisputable Genius of Comedy Kirsten Kuppenbender; and Lez Stand Up’s green-haired fairy princess of jokes Laura Anne Whitley. Plus bellinis, mimosas, champagne, and a breakfast buffet, because god is real and she wants us to be happy. MEGAN BURBANK
    11 am, Siren Theater, $12

    Speck's Grand Opening Party
    Since Speck’s Records and Tapes quietly opened its doors this past March, the family-run record store has quickly become a favorite among local music lovers. Situated along the Kenton neighborhood’s sleepy strip, Speck’s carries a wide range of genres and small selection of audio equipment. Owners Michael and Maia Gersten invited a slew of promising local acts to perform in-store at this long-awaited grand opening. Headliner Fountaine will bring hazy hip-hop tracks from his new album, Hell for Infinite Losers (H.F.I.L.). Other highlights include dreamy pop trio Post Moves, masterful live mixing from DJ VNPRT, vinyl garage rock spins by DJ Stonebunny, and a pop-up from Moffenzeef Modular. Keep your fingers crossed for a surprise performance by DJ Bouncy, the owners’ school-aged son. EMILLY PRADO
    noon, Speck's Records and Tapes, free

    Devil's Point Bikini Car & Dog Wash
    If you’re going to pay for a bikini car wash, you may as well go to one ran by professionals—even better if it’s for a good cause! Devil’s Point strip club, AKA the destination for all your Stripparaoke needs, is hosting its 11th annual Bikini Car and Dog Wash as a benefit for Family Dogs New Life, a no-kill dog shelter in Southeast Portland. For a donation, bikini-clad dancers from Devil’s Point and Lucky Devil will wash your dog, car, bike, unicycle, motorcycle, scooter, skateboard, or whatever you’re driving. The outdoor event will feature tunes from house DJs Kenoy and Brooks, and the Food Carts on Foster will provide eats. So if you want to help houseless dogs, have a vehicle in need of some serious suds, and want to see how a real bikini car wash is done, this is a great use of your time and money. JENNI MOORE
    1 pm, Devil's Point, $20

    Sister Speak
    Canadian-born, Los Angeles-based singer/songwriter Sherri Anne, known by her stage name Sister Speak, brings her bluesy acoustic sounds to the Doug Fir Patio as part of the venue's Pickin' on Sundays series.
    3 pm, Doug Fir, free

    New Move, Rio Grands, Arthur & the Antics
    New Move doesn't do anything by the book, and that includes not just their sound, but their showmanship. Pop music typically doesn't do what New Move makes it do.
    8 pm, Rontoms, free

    Holes
    Remember when Shia LeBeouf wasn't an insufferable dipshit? It looked like this.
    3 pm, Fifth Avenue Cinema

    Drowse, Zen Mother, EMS, Floom
    The Know hosts a full night of experimental music from near and far, with Portland's Drowse closing out the affair with a set of dreamy shoegaze-leaning soundscapes.
    8:30 pm, The Know, $8

    Inter Arma, Atriarch, Sól
    If the recent 100-degree days and relentless sunshine are getting you down, duck into the Doug Fir’s basement and wallow in the pitch-black sounds of Atriarch. The local quartet has been churning out lurching, death-obsessed rock since 2009, blurring the lines between sludge metal, droning doom, experimental noise, and strangled punk rock. Atriarch just released its fourth full-length album, Dead as Truth, on the world’s leading metal label, Relapse Records. It’s a harrowing slab of bleakness, with enough deep, dark anti-grooves to keep the devil’s excavation business busy for eternity. The band’s rhythm section (bassist Andrew Stromstad and drummer Maxamillion Avila) will crush your soul in slo-mo. Singer Lenny Smith possesses a hopeless howl and a ghastly groan. And guitarist Joshua Dark sounds like he’s scraping evil off the walls of hell. Together, they’re one of Portland’s nastiest bands, and Sunday, they play the Doug Fir with Inter Arma, psych-doom masters in town all the way from Richmond, Virginia. BEN SALMON
    9 pm, Doug Fir, $10

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    xraytango wrote:
    Well, Jeb! was pretty dull, he really did come across as "low energy" even before Trumpo attached that epithet from what I saw of him.


    I don't think Jeb even wanted to run, or at least that is what it seemed like to me.
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    Asterios wrote:
    xraytango wrote:
    Well, Jeb! was pretty dull, he really did come across as "low energy" even before Trumpo attached that epithet from what I saw of him.


    I don't think Jeb even wanted to run, or at least that is what it seemed like to me.



    That's most likely the case, he seemed relieved to put it all behind him. I think he just wanted to go home and smoke a bowl with his wife. Pretty well known that Jeb likes the chronic.
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    xraytango wrote:
    Let's try this, let's replace the word Mexico with Canada and see how that plays.

    Trump: ""When Canada sends its people, they're not sending their best. They're not sending you. They're not sending you. They're sending people that have lots of problems, and they're bringing those problems with us. They're bringing drugs. They're bringing crime. They're rapists. And some, I assume, are good people."


    I feel confident in saying that there aren't entire states where cops go after Canadian-looking people to harass them for their papers or where people elect the politicians and sheriffs who promise to keep the Canadians on a tight leash.
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    Rosebuddy wrote:
    xraytango wrote:
    Let's try this, let's replace the word Mexico with Canada and see how that plays.

    Trump: ""When Canada sends its people, they're not sending their best. They're not sending you. They're not sending you. They're sending people that have lots of problems, and they're bringing those problems with us. They're bringing drugs. They're bringing crime. They're rapists. And some, I assume, are good people."


    I feel confident in saying that there aren't entire states where cops go after Canadian-looking people to harass them for their papers or where people elect the politicians and sheriffs who promise to keep the Canadians on a tight leash.

    I wish they would. Damn Canadians with their free healthcare, being nice to everyone. They're up to something, I know it!


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    So...NK just endorsed Trump. It's fitting.

    https://www.rt.com/usa/345045-north-korea-endorses-trump/
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    Rosebuddy wrote:
    xraytango wrote:
    Let's try this, let's replace the word Mexico with Canada and see how that plays.

    Trump: ""When Canada sends its people, they're not sending their best. They're not sending you. They're not sending you. They're sending people that have lots of problems, and they're bringing those problems with us. They're bringing drugs. They're bringing crime. They're rapists. And some, I assume, are good people."


    I feel confident in saying that there aren't entire states where cops go after Canadian-looking people to harass them for their papers or where people elect the politicians and sheriffs who promise to keep the Canadians on a tight leash.


    Because Canadians look like us*. Sneaky gaks.


    *Melting pot of white, brown, everything in between.

    Let's play spot the Canadian.

    'Hockey sucks!"
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     Kilkrazy wrote:
    That's rather different to banning all members of racial, religious or cultural group X from possible entry the USA, of course.

    I don't think any of the candidates comes anywhere close to stopping illegal immigration. It's basically impossible to close all the borders and thoroughly vet everyone from a foreign country.

    Trumpo has a fun narrative about making Mexico pay for a big wall, but it's impractical.


    and I repeat, what other candidate comes close to what I desire?


     Kilkrazy wrote:
    The Constitution actually refers to the government of the US. not the citizens

    Any person in the continental US or a US overseas territory covered by the constitution is granted the protections provided by the constitution whether a citizen or not.


    Actually you are wrong here is the preamble of the constitution:

    We the People of the United States, in Order to form a more perfect Union, establish Justice, insure domestic Tranquility, provide for the common defense, promote the general Welfare, and secure the Blessings of Liberty to ourselves and our Posterity, do ordain and establish this Constitution for the United States of America.


    where on that does it say, people visiting the US? or people dropping by or breaking into the US? it does not, it says "WE THE PEOPLE OF THE UNITED STATES"

     Frazzled wrote:
    Asterios wrote:
     Kilkrazy wrote:
    Asterios wrote:
     Kilkrazy wrote:
    Just because something is legal doesn't make it right.


    Right or Wrong it is the law. and until it is changed it is an option.


    Do you believe it is right or wrong?


    doesn't matter what I think, the law is the law and until it is changed it is the law.


    You cannot obey an illegal law. You should know that. "Just following orders" will put you in the clink or the hangman.


    think you are confusing an order with the law, the law is not an order which can break the law, it is the law. also no such thing as an illegal law when it comes to the Government. in fact if you do not follow the law illegal or not, you will get into trouble.

    Rosebuddy wrote:
    xraytango wrote:
    Let's try this, let's replace the word Mexico with Canada and see how that plays.

    Trump: ""When Canada sends its people, they're not sending their best. They're not sending you. They're not sending you. They're sending people that have lots of problems, and they're bringing those problems with us. They're bringing drugs. They're bringing crime. They're rapists. And some, I assume, are good people."


    I feel confident in saying that there aren't entire states where cops go after Canadian-looking people to harass them for their papers or where people elect the politicians and sheriffs who promise to keep the Canadians on a tight leash.


    lets face it people go after illegal Mexicans and others from south of the border because it is easier to pick them out, but on the other hand there is also discrimination from both sides too, if a Hispanic woman in San Francisco (has a job and everything) is being deported for being here illegally there will be a big ruckus and furor over it and people being accused of being racist and bigoted and such, but now if it was a white European woman instead you wouldn't hear a peep from those same groups. (this actually happened too. barely got a one paragraph comment anywhere.)




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    Prestor Jon wrote:
     Kilkrazy wrote:
    That's rather different to banning all members of racial, religious or cultural group X from possible entry the USA, of course.

    I don't think any of the candidates comes anywhere close to stopping illegal immigration. It's basically impossible to close all the borders and thoroughly vet everyone from a foreign country.

    Trumpo has a fun narrative about making Mexico pay for a big wall, but it's impractical.


    Congress banned Chinese people, anarchists and communists from entering the US in the past. We've also set immigration quotas for countries and regions numerous times in the past. If it was legal then why would it be illegal now? SCOTUS very rarely ever rules against established legal precedent.


    Do you want to ban all Muslims?


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    Asterios wrote:
     Kilkrazy wrote:
    That's rather different to banning all members of racial, religious or cultural group X from possible entry the USA, of course.

    I don't think any of the candidates comes anywhere close to stopping illegal immigration. It's basically impossible to close all the borders and thoroughly vet everyone from a foreign country.

    Trumpo has a fun narrative about making Mexico pay for a big wall, but it's impractical.


    and I repeat, what other candidate comes close to what I desire?


     Kilkrazy wrote:
    The Constitution actually refers to the government of the US. not the citizens

    Any person in the continental US or a US overseas territory covered by the constitution is granted the protections provided by the constitution whether a citizen or not.


    Actually you are wrong here is the preamble of the constitution:

    We the People of the United States, in Order to form a more perfect Union, establish Justice, insure domestic Tranquility, provide for the common defense, promote the general Welfare, and secure the Blessings of Liberty to ourselves and our Posterity, do ordain and establish this Constitution for the United States of America.


    where on that does it say, people visiting the US? or people dropping by or breaking into the US? it does not, it says "WE THE PEOPLE OF THE UNITED STATES"

     Frazzled wrote:
    Asterios wrote:
     Kilkrazy wrote:
    Asterios wrote:
     Kilkrazy wrote:
    Just because something is legal doesn't make it right.


    Right or Wrong it is the law. and until it is changed it is an option.


    Do you believe it is right or wrong?


    doesn't matter what I think, the law is the law and until it is changed it is the law.


    You cannot obey an illegal law. You should know that. "Just following orders" will put you in the clink or the hangman.


    think you are confusing an order with the law, the law is not an order which can break the law, it is the law. also no such thing as an illegal law when it comes to the Government. in fact if you do not follow the law illegal or not, you will get into trouble.

    Rosebuddy wrote:
    xraytango wrote:
    Let's try this, let's replace the word Mexico with Canada and see how that plays.

    Trump: ""When Canada sends its people, they're not sending their best. They're not sending you. They're not sending you. They're sending people that have lots of problems, and they're bringing those problems with us. They're bringing drugs. They're bringing crime. They're rapists. And some, I assume, are good people."


    I feel confident in saying that there aren't entire states where cops go after Canadian-looking people to harass them for their papers or where people elect the politicians and sheriffs who promise to keep the Canadians on a tight leash.


    lets face it people go after illegal Mexicans and others from south of the border because it is easier to pick them out, but on the other hand there is also discrimination from both sides too, if a Hispanic woman in San Francisco (has a job and everything) is being deported for being here illegally there will be a big ruckus and furor over it and people being accused of being racist and bigoted and such, but now if it was a white European woman instead you wouldn't hear a peep from those same groups. (this actually happened too. barely got a one paragraph comment anywhere.)





    Trumpo won't manage to come close to what you want, he's just telling you a story you like hearing in order to get you to vote for him.

    The people wrote the constitution to form a government that is limited by the constitution. The constitution limits the government's power. The government for example can't search people's houses without a warrant or prevent them practicing their religion. This applies to everyone within the purview of the government whatever citizenship they may hold.


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    Spoiler:
    xraytango wrote:
    Asterios wrote:
     Frazzled wrote:
    Asterios wrote:
     Frazzled wrote:
     whembly wrote:
    Asterios wrote:
     Frazzled wrote:
    Sting? They have legal documentation. I don't know what sting you are referring to.


    then what kind of Visa did they enter the country under?

    Asterios... there's an existing Refugee program. Think of it as a different version of political asylum.

    You and I argued that the President has statutory authority to preventing immigrants into the US?

    Conversely, the President (and certain administration officials) has authority granting aliens immigration privileges.


    This.


    and it still does not answer the question.


    Sure it does. They are legally here under the Fed's refugee settlement program. They were placed with us by them.


    you should play the lottery since if you know some of the less then 1100 (1736, still a far cry from the 10K Obama pledged to bring over.) Syrian Refugees allowed into the country, you must have some good luck going for you.


     Kilkrazy wrote:
    Asterios wrote:
     whembly wrote:
    Asterios wrote:
     Frazzled wrote:
    Sting? They have legal documentation. I don't know what sting you are referring to.


    then what kind of Visa did they enter the country under?

    Asterios... there's an existing Refugee program. Think of it as a different version of political asylum.

    You and I argued that the President has statutory authority to preventing immigrants into the US?

    Conversely, the President (and certain administration officials) has authority granting aliens immigration privileges.


    and you said they were here legally which would indicate you know what kind of Visa they entered the country under?

    reason i'm asking is a Church near me which was housing allegedly legal refugees from "Columbia" I think? just got raided by ICE 2 weeks ago and it turns out they were not here legally.


    Your statement is again merely another piece of hearsay anecdotal evidence unsupported by any documentation.

    I'm not saying you're wrong, just that if you're right it's best to give a link to a reputable news article or something like that.


    oh like Frazzled should since i'm sure Syrian refugees to a town would make the paper more then an illegal immigrant family being deported? also this didn't even make a blurb in the 911 section of the local paper.




    xraytango wrote:
    More like 76,000 quietly placed in towns all across the U.S. without papers and no interrogation as to their need to come here.

    http://www.breitbart.com/big-government/2016/03/02/obama-plans-to-bring-thousands-more-syrian-refugees-into-the-u-s/

    In the town I live in I have seen a lot of Muslims recently, I wonder if we got some of them here.

    This next point might not come across the right way as I have been working 14 hour days of late but here goes:

    There seems to be a disconnect when people are talking about Muslims from the middle east as though it is a 1st amendment issue and some such thing like that, being upset that a group would be discriminated from entry because of their ideology. Okay fine I understand the liberal view (morally liberal as in, let's all get along, ( not a bad thing certainly)) but remember even if you discriminate ONLY on country of origin you will still be discriminating against their ideology as well. Why? Because in those country 99.79 percent of the population is Muslim by default, it is all they are allowed to be, they have no choice of religion or even to reject religion.

    That's a point I think needed making, hope it was understandable. Seems logical and no malice intended only truth.

    Also for the user Minx that lives in Europe and hasn't been tuned in to what has happened in Cologne, Brussels, Paris and other places, please look up the video on YouTube about something called "Taharrush", it is quite disturbing. I was watching a video commentary and they showed a clip from the train station security camera. The woman's screams were so blood curdling,, I hope I never hear that again; fortunately the video cut before anything more disturbing was shown.

    You have an influx of young single Muslim men who's culture tells them that any woman a) not a Muslim and b) not dressed to Muslim standards are fair game for this sort of assault.

    I'm not trying to race bait or say anything bad, but I think some of this is a real problem and we might start seeing it here in the U.S.

    Additionally the Somali Muslim community in Michigan has been trying to get their local governments to enact Shari'ah law.
    Sharia law allows for "honor killings" and other violence such as a weekly beating of one's wife.

    This cutural/religious law code is diametrically opposed to any and all federal, state, and local statues.

    ...food for thought...


    The sharia law thing is a red herring. Pocket communities of ethnic/religious groups living in accordance to their beliefs have always existed in the US. We see it with Orthodox Jews in NYC, Amish in PA, Quakers in Ohio, Mormons in Utah etc. Acts like honor killings are literally impossible to legalize in the US. There is no religious exemption for textbook premeditated murder. That's just hyperbolic fear mongering.
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    Prestor Jon wrote:
    Spoiler:
    xraytango wrote:
    Asterios wrote:
     Frazzled wrote:
    Asterios wrote:
     Frazzled wrote:
     whembly wrote:
    Asterios wrote:
     Frazzled wrote:
    Sting? They have legal documentation. I don't know what sting you are referring to.


    then what kind of Visa did they enter the country under?

    Asterios... there's an existing Refugee program. Think of it as a different version of political asylum.

    You and I argued that the President has statutory authority to preventing immigrants into the US?

    Conversely, the President (and certain administration officials) has authority granting aliens immigration privileges.


    This.


    and it still does not answer the question.


    Sure it does. They are legally here under the Fed's refugee settlement program. They were placed with us by them.


    you should play the lottery since if you know some of the less then 1100 (1736, still a far cry from the 10K Obama pledged to bring over.) Syrian Refugees allowed into the country, you must have some good luck going for you.


     Kilkrazy wrote:
    Asterios wrote:
     whembly wrote:
    Asterios wrote:
     Frazzled wrote:
    Sting? They have legal documentation. I don't know what sting you are referring to.


    then what kind of Visa did they enter the country under?

    Asterios... there's an existing Refugee program. Think of it as a different version of political asylum.

    You and I argued that the President has statutory authority to preventing immigrants into the US?

    Conversely, the President (and certain administration officials) has authority granting aliens immigration privileges.


    and you said they were here legally which would indicate you know what kind of Visa they entered the country under?

    reason i'm asking is a Church near me which was housing allegedly legal refugees from "Columbia" I think? just got raided by ICE 2 weeks ago and it turns out they were not here legally.


    Your statement is again merely another piece of hearsay anecdotal evidence unsupported by any documentation.

    I'm not saying you're wrong, just that if you're right it's best to give a link to a reputable news article or something like that.


    oh like Frazzled should since i'm sure Syrian refugees to a town would make the paper more then an illegal immigrant family being deported? also this didn't even make a blurb in the 911 section of the local paper.




    xraytango wrote:
    More like 76,000 quietly placed in towns all across the U.S. without papers and no interrogation as to their need to come here.

    http://www.breitbart.com/big-government/2016/03/02/obama-plans-to-bring-thousands-more-syrian-refugees-into-the-u-s/

    In the town I live in I have seen a lot of Muslims recently, I wonder if we got some of them here.

    This next point might not come across the right way as I have been working 14 hour days of late but here goes:

    There seems to be a disconnect when people are talking about Muslims from the middle east as though it is a 1st amendment issue and some such thing like that, being upset that a group would be discriminated from entry because of their ideology. Okay fine I understand the liberal view (morally liberal as in, let's all get along, ( not a bad thing certainly)) but remember even if you discriminate ONLY on country of origin you will still be discriminating against their ideology as well. Why? Because in those country 99.79 percent of the population is Muslim by default, it is all they are allowed to be, they have no choice of religion or even to reject religion.

    That's a point I think needed making, hope it was understandable. Seems logical and no malice intended only truth.

    Also for the user Minx that lives in Europe and hasn't been tuned in to what has happened in Cologne, Brussels, Paris and other places, please look up the video on YouTube about something called "Taharrush", it is quite disturbing. I was watching a video commentary and they showed a clip from the train station security camera. The woman's screams were so blood curdling,, I hope I never hear that again; fortunately the video cut before anything more disturbing was shown.

    You have an influx of young single Muslim men who's culture tells them that any woman a) not a Muslim and b) not dressed to Muslim standards are fair game for this sort of assault.

    I'm not trying to race bait or say anything bad, but I think some of this is a real problem and we might start seeing it here in the U.S.

    Additionally the Somali Muslim community in Michigan has been trying to get their local governments to enact Shari'ah law.
    Sharia law allows for "honor killings" and other violence such as a weekly beating of one's wife.

    This cutural/religious law code is diametrically opposed to any and all federal, state, and local statues.

    ...food for thought...


    The sharia law thing is a red herring. Pocket communities of ethnic/religious groups living in accordance to their beliefs have always existed in the US. We see it with Orthodox Jews in NYC, Amish in PA, Quakers in Ohio, Mormons in Utah etc. Acts like honor killings are literally impossible to legalize in the US. There is no religious exemption for textbook premeditated murder. That's just hyperbolic fear mongering.




    And you realize that you will see fewer and fewer cases of heinous acts prosecuted as cultural Marxism takes over.

    IIRC NPR actually reported on that being the case, are you saying that NPR is far mongering? It has been a few years ago, but I remember hearing about the Somali Muslim community, or at least some of their more radical clerics pushing for leeway from local governments so that they could practice Sharia.

    Evidently not as much of a red herring as you might think:
    https://www.washingtonpost.com/national/for-the-first-majority-muslim-us-city-residents-tense-about-its-future/2015/11/21/45d0ea96-8a24-11e5-be39-0034bb576eee_story.html

    And that's from the Washington Post! Notice the person quoted in the article who voices his concern over the mistreatment of women.

    So info like this is coming from both the right and the left, can you really say that it shouldn't be a concern?


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    xraytango wrote:
     Ensis Ferrae wrote:
    Asterios wrote:
    [HRC and Sanders are so disconnected from todays reality they have no clue still what is going on,



    You must not have seen/heard any of Sanders' speeches... Sure, some on these boards think his ideas are "pie in the sky," but the majority of his statements are certainly grounded in reality.

    Wage stagnation is a real thing. College tuition has sky rocketed, outstripping the potential earnings/salary once people leave school, etc. etc. etc.



    Wage stagnation is a real thing and now all the hamburger flippers and grocery baggers want $15 an hour?
    Those jobs aren't worth that, nor are they intended to be used to support oneself. Why is a hamburger flipper worth being paid just a little less than a skilled tradesman?

    You want more money? Get skills. Simple as that.


    Actually, they are intended to support oneself. That is literally what "minimum wage" means. It is kind of ridiculous thinking to say that you can work 40 hours a week flipping burgers in a hot high stress environment and it is not meant to support you. But people working in a factory, some of the easiest jobs I have ever had in my life, should be able to support themselves with it. Factories are not skilled labor, but we absolutely need factory workers to make things. Since it is not skilled, should they not be able to support themselves?

    I assume since you did not know what "minimum wage" meant, you also do not know how inflation works. Inflation is why we need to raise minimum wage.

    Now your issue with skilled tradesmen. They should be paid more than they are right now. They are being grossly underpaid for what they do. Just because people want the minimum wage to be raised, does not mean they do not think people making over the minimum wage are also being underpaid for their work. That is just a goofy argument.
              Politics - USA        
     Dreadwinter wrote:
    xraytango wrote:
     Ensis Ferrae wrote:
    Asterios wrote:
    [HRC and Sanders are so disconnected from todays reality they have no clue still what is going on,



    You must not have seen/heard any of Sanders' speeches... Sure, some on these boards think his ideas are "pie in the sky," but the majority of his statements are certainly grounded in reality.

    Wage stagnation is a real thing. College tuition has sky rocketed, outstripping the potential earnings/salary once people leave school, etc. etc. etc.



    Wage stagnation is a real thing and now all the hamburger flippers and grocery baggers want $15 an hour?
    Those jobs aren't worth that, nor are they intended to be used to support oneself. Why is a hamburger flipper worth being paid just a little less than a skilled tradesman?

    You want more money? Get skills. Simple as that.


    Actually, they are intended to support oneself. That is literally what "minimum wage" means. It is kind of ridiculous thinking to say that you can work 40 hours a week flipping burgers in a hot high stress environment and it is not meant to support you. But people working in a factory, some of the easiest jobs I have ever had in my life, should be able to support themselves with it. Factories are not skilled labor, but we absolutely need factory workers to make things. Since it is not skilled, should they not be able to support themselves?

    I assume since you did not know what "minimum wage" meant, you also do not know how inflation works. Inflation is why we need to raise minimum wage.

    Now your issue with skilled tradesmen. They should be paid more than they are right now. They are being grossly underpaid for what they do. Just because people want the minimum wage to be raised, does not mean they do not think people making over the minimum wage are also being underpaid for their work. That is just a goofy argument.


    fast food was never meant to be a living wage job, it was meant as an entry level job for kids and teens to learn work habits, problem is with many businesses leaving the country real jobs are becoming scarce, as to Manufacturing jobs being easier then Fast food, no they are not with Manufacturing jobs you have to meet certain quotas and such, fast food you don't.
              Politics - USA        
    Asterios wrote:
     Dreadwinter wrote:
    xraytango wrote:
     Ensis Ferrae wrote:
    Asterios wrote:
    [HRC and Sanders are so disconnected from todays reality they have no clue still what is going on,



    You must not have seen/heard any of Sanders' speeches... Sure, some on these boards think his ideas are "pie in the sky," but the majority of his statements are certainly grounded in reality.

    Wage stagnation is a real thing. College tuition has sky rocketed, outstripping the potential earnings/salary once people leave school, etc. etc. etc.



    Wage stagnation is a real thing and now all the hamburger flippers and grocery baggers want $15 an hour?
    Those jobs aren't worth that, nor are they intended to be used to support oneself. Why is a hamburger flipper worth being paid just a little less than a skilled tradesman?

    You want more money? Get skills. Simple as that.


    Actually, they are intended to support oneself. That is literally what "minimum wage" means. It is kind of ridiculous thinking to say that you can work 40 hours a week flipping burgers in a hot high stress environment and it is not meant to support you. But people working in a factory, some of the easiest jobs I have ever had in my life, should be able to support themselves with it. Factories are not skilled labor, but we absolutely need factory workers to make things. Since it is not skilled, should they not be able to support themselves?

    I assume since you did not know what "minimum wage" meant, you also do not know how inflation works. Inflation is why we need to raise minimum wage.

    Now your issue with skilled tradesmen. They should be paid more than they are right now. They are being grossly underpaid for what they do. Just because people want the minimum wage to be raised, does not mean they do not think people making over the minimum wage are also being underpaid for their work. That is just a goofy argument.


    fast food was never meant to be a living wage job, it was meant as an entry level job for kids and teens to learn work habits, problem is with many businesses leaving the country real jobs are becoming scarce, as to Manufacturing jobs being easier then Fast food, no they are not with Manufacturing jobs you have to meet certain quotas and such, fast food you don't.


    No, you are wrong. ANY job that pays minimum wage is supposed to provide a living wage.

    So, you are not telling me that fast food restaurants are not held to a certain speed "quota" in order to get orders out fast and accurate? Seriously, what kind of restaurant did you work at? You guys have like a 5% order accuracy?
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     Dreadwinter wrote:
    Asterios wrote:
     Dreadwinter wrote:
    xraytango wrote:
     Ensis Ferrae wrote:
    Asterios wrote:
    [HRC and Sanders are so disconnected from todays reality they have no clue still what is going on,



    You must not have seen/heard any of Sanders' speeches... Sure, some on these boards think his ideas are "pie in the sky," but the majority of his statements are certainly grounded in reality.

    Wage stagnation is a real thing. College tuition has sky rocketed, outstripping the potential earnings/salary once people leave school, etc. etc. etc.



    Wage stagnation is a real thing and now all the hamburger flippers and grocery baggers want $15 an hour?
    Those jobs aren't worth that, nor are they intended to be used to support oneself. Why is a hamburger flipper worth being paid just a little less than a skilled tradesman?

    You want more money? Get skills. Simple as that.


    Actually, they are intended to support oneself. That is literally what "minimum wage" means. It is kind of ridiculous thinking to say that you can work 40 hours a week flipping burgers in a hot high stress environment and it is not meant to support you. But people working in a factory, some of the easiest jobs I have ever had in my life, should be able to support themselves with it. Factories are not skilled labor, but we absolutely need factory workers to make things. Since it is not skilled, should they not be able to support themselves?

    I assume since you did not know what "minimum wage" meant, you also do not know how inflation works. Inflation is why we need to raise minimum wage.

    Now your issue with skilled tradesmen. They should be paid more than they are right now. They are being grossly underpaid for what they do. Just because people want the minimum wage to be raised, does not mean they do not think people making over the minimum wage are also being underpaid for their work. That is just a goofy argument.


    fast food was never meant to be a living wage job, it was meant as an entry level job for kids and teens to learn work habits, problem is with many businesses leaving the country real jobs are becoming scarce, as to Manufacturing jobs being easier then Fast food, no they are not with Manufacturing jobs you have to meet certain quotas and such, fast food you don't.


    No, you are wrong. ANY job that pays minimum wage is supposed to provide a living wage.

    So, you are not telling me that fast food restaurants are not held to a certain speed "quota" in order to get orders out fast and accurate? Seriously, what kind of restaurant did you work at? You guys have like a 5% order accuracy?


    my local McDonald's has like 20 workers working at any time, each employee has basically one job, and one job only, if they are working the register, they work the register and the register only, if they are working expediting then they expedite (usually the shift leader is expediting on the drive thru and is not the drive thru cashier since that is in another window before you drive up to get your food. they have a worker on the fryer, they have a worker who puts the burgers together and so on and so on.

    now the real problem with jobs like fast food is employees maybe work like 18-20 hours a week if lucky, as to fast food needing to get food out in a timely manner, seriously have you been to any fast food places? speed is not their forte.
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    Asterios wrote:
     Dreadwinter wrote:
    xraytango wrote:
     Ensis Ferrae wrote:
    Asterios wrote:
    [HRC and Sanders are so disconnected from todays reality they have no clue still what is going on,



    You must not have seen/heard any of Sanders' speeches... Sure, some on these boards think his ideas are "pie in the sky," but the majority of his statements are certainly grounded in reality.

    Wage stagnation is a real thing. College tuition has sky rocketed, outstripping the potential earnings/salary once people leave school, etc. etc. etc.



    Wage stagnation is a real thing and now all the hamburger flippers and grocery baggers want $15 an hour?
    Those jobs aren't worth that, nor are they intended to be used to support oneself. Why is a hamburger flipper worth being paid just a little less than a skilled tradesman?

    You want more money? Get skills. Simple as that.


    Actually, they are intended to support oneself. That is literally what "minimum wage" means. It is kind of ridiculous thinking to say that you can work 40 hours a week flipping burgers in a hot high stress environment and it is not meant to support you. But people working in a factory, some of the easiest jobs I have ever had in my life, should be able to support themselves with it. Factories are not skilled labor, but we absolutely need factory workers to make things. Since it is not skilled, should they not be able to support themselves?

    I assume since you did not know what "minimum wage" meant, you also do not know how inflation works. Inflation is why we need to raise minimum wage.

    Now your issue with skilled tradesmen. They should be paid more than they are right now. They are being grossly underpaid for what they do. Just because people want the minimum wage to be raised, does not mean they do not think people making over the minimum wage are also being underpaid for their work. That is just a goofy argument.


    fast food was never meant to be a living wage job, it was meant as an entry level job for kids and teens to learn work habits, problem is with many businesses leaving the country real jobs are becoming scarce, as to Manufacturing jobs being easier then Fast food, no they are not with Manufacturing jobs you have to meet certain quotas and such, fast food you don't.


    Jobs aren't generally (or almost ever) designed with the intent of filling a needed role on the part of the jobber. It's either something worth paying a wage over, or it's something else trivial, like a chore you recompense a family member for doing. If you are a productive member of a modern capitalist society, you should receive a living wage, if for no other reason than that modern capitalist societies can and do afford your production.

    If it's part of an industry, than it's entry level job should allow someone to support themselves with a full-time wage. If it can't, that's because the industry is financially unviable in a modern context. And fast-food is a profitable venture in the Western world.
    They have no excuse to maintain such low wages.

    And finally, fast-food restaurants can't leave your country without opening a business opportunity for others, so it does have that over factory work.
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     Kovnik Obama wrote:
    Asterios wrote:
     Dreadwinter wrote:
    xraytango wrote:
     Ensis Ferrae wrote:
    Asterios wrote:
    [HRC and Sanders are so disconnected from todays reality they have no clue still what is going on,



    You must not have seen/heard any of Sanders' speeches... Sure, some on these boards think his ideas are "pie in the sky," but the majority of his statements are certainly grounded in reality.

    Wage stagnation is a real thing. College tuition has sky rocketed, outstripping the potential earnings/salary once people leave school, etc. etc. etc.



    Wage stagnation is a real thing and now all the hamburger flippers and grocery baggers want $15 an hour?
    Those jobs aren't worth that, nor are they intended to be used to support oneself. Why is a hamburger flipper worth being paid just a little less than a skilled tradesman?

    You want more money? Get skills. Simple as that.


    Actually, they are intended to support oneself. That is literally what "minimum wage" means. It is kind of ridiculous thinking to say that you can work 40 hours a week flipping burgers in a hot high stress environment and it is not meant to support you. But people working in a factory, some of the easiest jobs I have ever had in my life, should be able to support themselves with it. Factories are not skilled labor, but we absolutely need factory workers to make things. Since it is not skilled, should they not be able to support themselves?

    I assume since you did not know what "minimum wage" meant, you also do not know how inflation works. Inflation is why we need to raise minimum wage.

    Now your issue with skilled tradesmen. They should be paid more than they are right now. They are being grossly underpaid for what they do. Just because people want the minimum wage to be raised, does not mean they do not think people making over the minimum wage are also being underpaid for their work. That is just a goofy argument.


    fast food was never meant to be a living wage job, it was meant as an entry level job for kids and teens to learn work habits, problem is with many businesses leaving the country real jobs are becoming scarce, as to Manufacturing jobs being easier then Fast food, no they are not with Manufacturing jobs you have to meet certain quotas and such, fast food you don't.


    Jobs aren't generally (or almost ever) designed with the intent of filling a needed role on the part of the jobber. It's either something worth paying a wage over, or it's something else trivial, like a chore you recompense a family member for doing. If you are a productive member of a modern capitalist society, you should receive a living wage, if for no other reason than that modern capitalist societies can and do afford your production.

    If it's part of an industry, than it's entry level job should allow someone to support themselves with a full-time wage. If it can't, that's because the industry is financially unviable in a modern context. And fast-food is a profitable venture in the Western world.
    They have no excuse to maintain such low wages.

    And finally, fast-food restaurants can't leave your country without opening a business opportunity for others, so it does have that over factory work.


    actually around here I've already seen 2 fast food places close down this year by me, both of them were torn down and paved over into a parking spaces (one of them I have no clue why since they have way more parking spaces then they will ever need for the couple of small stores by them.) so you are right they don't leave the country, they just leave period, also what is a living wage, that differs whereever you go? I can live comfortably on less then $1,500 a month (I do now) and I own a home. yet people are saying they cannot.
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    Asterios wrote:
     AlmightyWalrus wrote:
    If we're still doing the whole "this candidate's supporters are worse than that one's!" schtick, Trump was endorsed by the Klan, no?


    thats like saying Clinton's mentor was a card carrying KKK member.


    Well other than the fact tgat Byrd disavowed the KKK, repeatedly apologized, became an adiment supporter of Civil Rights, and was repeatedly praised by tge NAACP. Just read this statement by the group.

    http://www.naacp.org/press/entry/naacp-mourns-the-passing-of-u.s.-senator-robert-byrd/

    But just keep repeating that bs. Remember, it gets truer every time you say it!


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    xraytango wrote:
    Here is an observation, you may research it a bit, but from all the history I have read it would seem to me that the ONLY way Communists and Socialists can take power is by violence, it is also how they maintain power.

    It is less a consideration of the workers and the people than those at the top deciding how to divvy up YOUR stuff. The only way to take is by force or threat of force. Who gets more stuff? The people in power, and they do not share. They expect YOU to share but not them. Wealth redistribution is nothing less than theft with the threat of violence.

    Look at history.

    Communist and Socialist countries neither produce nor innovate, they are regressive and are a shift back towards feudalism as there is no incentive for people to better themselves by chasing a profitable idea. An idea which would either have to be sanctioned by the state to see development, or would be appropriated by the state after work has been done; because all work is for the state, all profit is for the state, efforts not benefitting the state are discouraged.

    Well, I guess if you fundamentally ignore what a socialist is and pretend most of Europe doesn't exist you are technically correct. I wouldn't want reality to get in the way of your delusions.
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    xraytango wrote:
    Here is an observation, you may research it a bit, but from all the history I have read it would seem to me that the ONLY way Communists and Socialists can take power is by violence, it is also how they maintain power.

    It is less a consideration of the workers and the people than those at the top deciding how to divvy up YOUR stuff. The only way to take is by force or threat of force. Who gets more stuff? The people in power, and they do not share. They expect YOU to share but not them. Wealth redistribution is nothing less than theft with the threat of violence.

    Look at history.
    ...


    Last time I checked, it took quite a lot of violence to create the United States of America.
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    xraytango wrote:
    That's what is called true liberalism, however the leftist version of liberalism actually means to liberally apply government. Make government bigger, increase taxation to liberally pay for services and use taxation to redistribute wealth.

    It is not the liberalism you think.

    Liberalism for personal freedom and liberty with small government is actually called conservatism, and in the extreme libertarianism.

    Usually liberalism in government refers to fiscal and regulatory being liberally applied in order to reach a government's objective.


    That is actually included in the Wiki link...

    You are referring to Classical Liberalism and Progressive Liberalism. Yeah, I've taken Political Science 101 too, brah.


    And really... rereading what you wrote, it's just so laughably wrong.... the "leftist" idea of liberalism does not in any way mean to "liberally apply"... we're not talking about putting ketchup on fries here.


    the left leaning people in the US follow the progressive liberal views, in that they see that while the Ideal is that all are equal, the reality is that we aren't. They mean to make progress through government programs that promote more equality within the populace, because they see the historical evidence that shows that conservatism is completely cool with keeping the downtrodden, downtrodden.... Progressives see that continuing to simply be lazy, and allow the "free market, private sector" to uphold and act on its whims, is detrimental to everyone.
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    xraytango wrote:
    If you re-read what I wrote you will see that my analysis of the difference is not wrong, just not textbook.



    And again, what I'm seeing here, is you're apparently taking the definition of liberal to me something as a descriptor... As in, again, to liberally put ketchup on fries, or to liberally apply glue to a model.

    That is quite well away from, and nowhere near textbook, I'll give you that.... I still think you're completely wrong in that definition.


    Either way... as it relates to previous discussion... there is pretty much no way to use the political science term of "liberal" and Hitler in the same sentence, and be factually correct, unless it is a sentence that says he wasn't a liberal
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     Ensis Ferrae wrote:
    xraytango wrote:
    If you re-read what I wrote you will see that my analysis of the difference is not wrong, just not textbook.



    And again, what I'm seeing here, is you're apparently taking the definition of liberal to me something as a descriptor... As in, again, to liberally put ketchup on fries, or to liberally apply glue to a model.

    That is quite well away from, and nowhere near textbook, I'll give you that.... I still think you're completely wrong in that definition.


    Either way... as it relates to previous discussion... there is pretty much no way to use the political science term of "liberal" and Hitler in the same sentence, and be factually correct, unless it is a sentence that says he wasn't a liberal


    You are pretty liberal with the responses there.
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     TheMeanDM wrote:
    In summary: Bernie has won more caucus states, which neither record nor award individual votes.

    As examples:
    Sanders won 81% of Alaska votes
    Sanders win 71% of Oregon votes

    No individual (i.e. popular) votes are awarded or counted for him.


    This is just completely fething bonkers. I mean, this article observes that the states that held caucuses pretty consistently favoured Sanders, and it then asks us to believe that this has nothing to do with the caucus process itself, it was just a coincidence. It asks people to not even consider that a process that favours a smaller but more committed voter base over a larger but less committed vote base might just possibly have helped Sanders in the caucus states. No, it just takes the results of the caucus as gospel and representative of what the true will of the democatic base of that state must be.

    At the same time, Sanders supporters are arguing that Clinton has done better in closed primaries and that's not fair. At no point did the Sanders supporters than maybe all the states with closed primaries just happen to like Clinton more... because obviously that's really stupid. But when it came to trying to pump up the Sanders campaign there's no reason applied, they just buy in to the very stupid idea that the caucuses can be used as a proxy for the popular vote and that's that.

    The article starts by saying this isn't about one candidate or another, but about not lying or misleading anyone. That would be nice, yes. And any time the Sanders supporters decide to recognise that Clinton is winning because, as it was put brilliantly by Nate Silver;
    "Clinton "strategy" is to persuade more "people" to "vote" for her, hence producing "majority" of "delegates"."


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    xraytango wrote:
    Here is an observation, you may research it a bit, but from all the history I have read it would seem to me that the ONLY way Communists and Socialists can take power is by violence, it is also how they maintain power.


    Read more history. The Spanish Civil War is largely ignored, and that's a shame because the event should give people a great deal of political insight. Anyway, point is that a communist government was democratically elected, and then overthrown by fascists after a long and brutal civil war.

    But in general communists and hardline socialists have a hard time winning power through the ballot box - their concepts just aren't that popular. But I have no idea why we're talking about communists and hardline socialists in a thread about US politics. Is this because Sanders says he's a democratic socialist? If socialist like Sanders argues for is the kind of socialism we're talking about, then pretty much all of the developed world has democratically elected governments that are to the left of Sanders.

    Wealth redistribution is nothing less than theft with the threat of violence.


    No, you may not like redistribution, it may even be economically harmful or just plain morally wrong, but that doesn't make it theft. This is because 'theft' is a word with an actual meaning, and that meaning requires the taking of the property to be outside of the law. Obviously if the government is enacting the taking of stuff by passing laws to do so, then the taking of stuff can't be in breach of those laws.

    Ironically enough, socialists will often say 'property is theft', and be just as wrong for exactly the same reason as the anti-socialists.

    Communist and Socialist countries neither produce nor innovate, they are regressive and are a shift back towards feudalism as there is no incentive for people to better themselves by chasing a profitable idea.


    You are right about the stifling effect on innovation, but you are wrong about production.

    Your overall point about communism stifling innovation was accurate, but you kind of let that down with the bit about sliding in to feudalism - that was just silly.


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    Asterios wrote:
    Hitler was a socialist liberal, is that a socialist?


    Describing Hitler as a liberal socialist means you really, really don't understand what it means when you put liberal in front of socialist. Go and read, learn.

    Anyhow, as to whether Hitler was any kind of socialist... the party's original reason for being was fighting communists. They did have socialist elements in their platform (the right to work, a populist hatred of the banks, the normal kind of stuff). But within the party support for all that stuff was always highly contentious - and that was a conflict that was finally settled when the leading figure of the socialist element of the party, Gregor Strasser, was murdered by Hitler's men in The Night of Long Knives. Hitler's opinion on socialism was made pretty clear that night.


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     Traditio wrote:
    To my mind, at this point, there's simply no real question of whether or not there will be a Trump presidency. Trump is closing on Clinton in most polls, and somewhat beating her in others, and public opinion of Clinton just keeps falling.


    First up, it's fething June. Being certain about a two horse race that is happening 5 months from now is silly.

    Second up, Trump consolidated Republican support after the rest of the field dropped out, while Clinton is still in a primary race. So what we're seeing is a point in time where temporary factors advantage Trump, and despite that advantage he's still trailing in average of polls.

    As such, concluding that Trump is the favourite is dubious, and concluding that he has the race won is bonkers.

    I think Sanders could have beaten Trump, but the democratic party fethed him over.


    Holy gak that's silly. Clinton has more votes and more pledged delegates. She is winning because more of the base has supported her. This nonsense has been going on for months now and people are still oblivious about one number being higher than another number. How is that possible?


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    xraytango wrote:
    That's what is called true liberalism, however the leftist version of liberalism actually means to liberally apply government.


    No, it doesn't. It came about in the first half of the 20th century, as the values of classical liberalism were extended to make a case for new progressive ideas, such as the New Deal. They would argue, as an example I'm making up right now, that in classical liberalism individual freedom is important, and they would then point out that a person isn't actually very free at all if he's living on a street corner and begging for change, and so jobs programs and a social safety net become important to individual liberty.

    And I mean, really, just ask yourself if anyone, anywhere would actually be in favour of liberalism and think refer to their own policies as 'liberally applying government'? You really should be able to tell how that's a smear invented by people opposed to modern liberalism.




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     whembly wrote:
    Oh...

    Teh Bern not liking AP "deciding" that Clinton secured the nomination right before CA's primary:


    No-one should like what the AP has done. Counting super-delegates at this point is basically saying 'based on how this person says they're going to vote in a fortnight, we've announced the election'. It's bonkers.

    Probably the only effect it will have is that it will further confuse people's understanding of the Democratic primary race, a process that the media has already done a very good job of confusing everyone about. It will continue the nonsense myth that Clinton has only won because of super-delegates

    That in turn might make it Clinton's plan to declare victory in New Jersey a little less dramatic, and a little less effective. Cheering your voters for giving you the most votes and most pledged delegates and calling the party around you is a solid strategy, but if there's nonsense out there about how super-delegates (who haven't even voted yet) have already decided the race, that message might get a little bit lost.


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     Ensis Ferrae wrote:
    Honestly, I think that in today's political climate, all of the candidates will be held "accountable" by the media. While this is hyperbole, it just seems like we're getting to the point where if Bernie eats a pastrami sandwich, it's gonna face massive media scrutiny. A buddy of mine on FB posts a gakload of pictures that I often just scroll by. One of them today was about the "irony" of Clinton giving a speech on inequality, while wearing a $12k jacket. As seb's post shows, she gets the most negative coverage... but are we really to the point of scrutinizing wardrobe choices as legitimate political statements?


    Yeah, I think there's certainly a new media culture of heaping criticism on everyone in politics. Gotcha nonsense like Clinton wearing an expensive jacket is an example. I think this is largely because the media gets pulled by the nose... in the new media environment with skeleton staffs journalists are basically overworked and short on time, so if someone else has already written something, they'll just follow along. So they follow the sea of blogs and other internet noise that posts endless negative nonsense about people on the opposite side of politics.

    The recent thing about Trump talking about a black guy as 'my African American' is a classic example. It was absolute nonsense - Trump didn't use the exact right words in the exact right way, but there's a vast number of racially conscious blogs who'll put up hundreds of thousands of words about this, and the media just follows along.

    From there it shouldn't be too hard to see why Clinton has gotten the most negative media. Professional Clinton haters pre-date the internet, and were some of its earliest adopters. The media just eats that crap up and puts it in the mainstream.


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     Peregrine wrote:
    To be fair, you could argue that the reason the KKK hasn't been stopped by violence is that people haven't used enough violence. If every KKK march was met by counter-protesters with AR-15s gunning down as many KKK members as possible while the police looked the other way I suspect you would quickly see the end of KKK marches.


    It might lead to the end of KKK marches, but not the KKK, because you don't change anyone's opinion by punching them. As such it should be pretty clear that people go about punching political opponents for reasons other than trying to advance their political ideals.

    It's kind of a similar situation when you look at violent opposition to Trump. You don't see mass assaults on Trump events or constant assassination attempts on Trump himself. There are just occasional punches exchanged with a small handful of violent counter-protestors. So in that situation it's safe to keep supporting Trump in defiance of the violent opposition. You know perfectly well that nobody is going to hurt you, and you can just sit around congratulating yourself on how brave you are for supporting Trump.


    The same thing is true of the anti-Trump protesters. They shout and get boisterous and maybe even get in a physical altercation. Then they feel good for how brave they were in standing up to Trump. They didn't actually do anything useful, but of course that's not the point.

    But let's see a few Trump rallies gunned down and anti-fascist flags planted in the corpses and ask again whether or not people have been deterred from supporting Trump.


    Again, there might be fewer people at Trump rallies, but you wouldn't see reduced support. People don't work that way.


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     Peregrine wrote:
    And, just as importantly, the people who are going to refuse to vote for Trump over his racism are already refusing to do so. Short of him appearing on stage at a KKK rally there just isn't much Trump can do to hurt himself by continuing to be racist. But his business record (his only claimed qualification for being president) is an entirely different question. There are probably a lot of unenthusiastic Trump supporters who are willing to overlook the racism because he's the designated pro-business candidate. But if there's lots of media attention on his business being a fraud and a complete failure...


    Yep, that's exactly it. Trump doesn't want coverage of the actual case, because his Trump University wasn't just a scam, it was an amazingly lazy, gakky scam that was always going to blow up in his face. So instead he makes noise that touches on race, the media and blogging world falls for Trump's stupid trick, and that's that.
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    xraytango wrote:


    Communist and Socialist countries neither produce nor innovate, they are regressive and are a shift back towards feudalism as there is no incentive for people to better themselves by chasing a profitable idea. An idea which would either have to be sanctioned by the state to see development, or would be appropriated by the state after work has been done; because all work is for the state, all profit is for the state, efforts not benefitting the state are discouraged.


    Soviet Russia put the first animal, man, woman, satellite and space station in orbit, they took the first pictures of the far side of the moon, they landed the first probe on Venus etc.

    So please, tell me again about how there is never any innovation or production in socialist/communist countries.
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    <EMBED style="FILTER: Xray" src=歌曲地址 width=300 height=45 type=audio/mpeg loop="-1" autostart="false" volume="0">

     

     

     8.代码:

    <TABLE style="BORDER-RIGHT: #ff69b4 3px dotted; BORDER-TOP: #ff69b4 3px dotted; BORDER-LEFT: #ff69b4 3px dotted; BORDER-BOTTOM: #ff69b4 3px dotted" cellSpacing=0 cellPadding=0 align=center bgColor=white>
    <TBODY>
    <TR>
    <TD><TABLE borderColor=#ff69b4 align=center bgColor=#ffccf5 border=2>
    <TBODY>
    <TR>
    <TD style="FILTER: alpha(opacity=100,style=3)">
    <P align=center> <EMBED src=歌曲地址 width=300 height=45 type=audio/mpeg volume="0" autostart="false" loop="-1"></P></TD></TR></TBODY></TABLE></TD></TR></TBODY></TABLE>

     

     

     

     

    9.代码:

    <TABLE style="FILTER: alpha(opacity=100 Style=0 FinishOpacity=100)" borderColor=#000000 height=249 cellSpacing=0 cellPadding=0 width=314 background=http://blog.chosun.com/web_file/blog/167/9167/1/rosa-77-06-3.gif border=0>
    <TBODY>
    <TR>
    <TD width=314 height=180 cellpadding="0" cellspacing="0"></TD></TR>
    <TR>
    <TD align=left>
    <P align=center>
    <EMBED style="FILTER: alpha(opacity=100 Style=3 FinishOpacity=0)black(); style: " src=音乐网址 width=310 height=28 type=video/x-ms-asf loop="-1" autostart="1" volume="0">
    </P></TD></TR></TBODY></TABLE>






     

    10.代码:

    <MARQUEE style="LEFT: 230px; TOP: 300px" scrollAmount=1 scrollDelay=200 direction=up behavior=alternate width=300 height=400><BR>
    <MARQUEE scrollAmount=1 scrollDelay=100 behavior=alternate><BR>
    <TABLE style="FILTER: progid:DXImageTransform.Microsoft.Shadow(color:#7ec0ee ,direction:145,strength:20)" cellSpacing=0 cellPadding=0 border=1><BR>
    <TBODY><BR>
    <TR><BR>
    <TD><EMBED style="FILTER: gray()" src=音乐网址 width=200 height=20 type=audio/mpeg autostart="1" loop="-1" volume="0" showstatusbar="1"> </TD></TR></TBODY></TABLE></MARQUEE></MARQUEE>

     

     

    注:

     width(播放器面板宽度)

    height(播放器面板高度)

     autostart(自动播放,“=1”或“=true”即是功能有效,“=0”即是手动播放)

     loop(循环播放,“=2”即是循环播放两次,“=-1”或“=true”即是无限次循环播放)

    可变值:false 或 0(手动开启);true 或 1(自动开启)

    false或0表示只播放一次

     width= height= 中的数字分别表示播放器的宽度和高度 =0表示隐藏播放器

    在歌曲地址栏输入自己喜欢的歌曲地址就可以了

    查看更多内容,点击滚动日志链接浏览


              Waiting On Wednesday #2: Undead        


    A very nice and simple online tutorial freely offered by Radiology Masterclass.

    These tutorials, and the galleries, will give you a good foundational knowledge in the art of radiological interpretation. Before you start, please read the page on 'using the tutorials'.

    The tutorials marked *** are associated with certificated online course assessments, accredited by the Royal College of Radiologists - London - UK.

              24 Days of Surprises // DIY Advent Calendar         

    Tomorrow is the start of advent and I'm so excited to share our DIY calendar! Advent calendars are used to celebrate each day leading up to Christmas Day on the 25th of December. Last year we picked up a rectangular cardboard calendar that had 24 windows. Each day of the month a new window was opened, revealing a piece of chocolate behind the flap. Our two children each had a calendar and after dinner they would open their individual advents. It was a big hit with both and the calendars served as extra motivators to get them though dinnertime that month. 

    This year I wanted to change it up a bit and make my own version of an advent calendar. Turning to Pinterest for inspiration, a quick search on the site shows hundreds of DIY advents. Some of the calendars are simple, others require some serious preparation, but they're all excellent ways to participate in the festivities. I especially love a few, including... 


    It was when I saw this super adorable image of a woodland advent calendar on the Snug Studio blog, that I was instantly inspired. I immediately knew I had to make my own version. While I love the woodsy forest theme that the original designer used, I wanted to create a more Christmassy scene. 


    Firstly, I wrote out the figures, characters and other parts to the Christmas scene I wanted to create. The 24 parts include:

    • Santa 
    • Snowman
    • Elf (2)
    • Reindeer
    • Yeti
    • Snow Capped Mountains (2)
    • Pine Trees of varying sizes (4)
    • Birch Trees of varying sizes (2)
    • Birch Logs (3)
    • Snowflake (2)
    • Star 
    • Mushrooms (2)
    • Candy Cane 
    • Wrapped Present 

    Next I wrote a list of the number of days (December 1st - 24th) and filled each date with a corresponding part from the Christmas scene.


    Now it was time to pick out paper. Using a couple of paper pads from Michaels and Target, I was able to find a suitable combination of complimentary patterns and colours. Each part of the Advent scene was assigned a piece of paper. 


    Plenty of patterns and colors in the paper

    Paper pads form craft stores 

    Instructions for the Mountains: 

    • Trace a triangle on plain paper 
    • Cut out the triangle 
    • Using the first triangle as a template, trace a second triangle on patterned paper 
    • Cut around the second triangle, leaving space on each side of the triangle for a tab 
    • Score the lines of your triangle 
    • Fold up the three tabs where your scored 
    • Apply glue to two of the tabs 
    • Attach the two tabs to the backside of the patterned triangle, creating a pocket by lining up the two triangles evenly 
    • Insert a small gift to the pocket 
    • Add glue to the third tab and attach to the backside of the patterned paper 

    Draw the triangle 

    Two triangles, one includes space to fold the tabs

    Folded tabs to glue to the other triangle


    Follow these steps to create additional Mountains, as well as the Pine Trees. 


    For the Snowflakes and Star, cut out the respective shape on the patterned paper. Cut out a smaller circle with tabs that can attach to the back of the patterned shape. 


    Cut out snowflakes

    Glue the circular ouch to the back of the snowflake to hold coins
    Score 5 lines in the star as shown to create a 3-dimensional look



    For the Candy Cane, cut out the shape on patterned paper. Cut out a smaller rectangle with tabs that can attach to the back of the patterned Candy Cane shape. 


    Instructions for the Santa:

    • Choose a cardboard tube and trim to the appropriate height
    • Trace the bottom of the tube onto plain paper
    • Add 3 tabs to the circle
    • Cut out the circle, leaving the 3 tabs attached
    • Place the circular paper on the bottom of the tube and attach with scotch tape
    • Now cut out a piece of patterned paper to cover the tube
    • Attach to the back of the tube with scotch tape
    • Now cut out a small circle for Santa’s face and draw his eyes, nose, mustache details with a black marker
    • Cut out a teardrop shape for his beard
    • Attach both pieces to the tube with scotch tape
    • Insert two small gifts into the center of the tube
    Trace bottom of tube on paper


    Draw 3 tabs to the circle


    Cut out circle, leaving 3 tabs attached


    Tape the circle to the bottom of the tube


    Repeat these steps for the other paper tube characters: Elves, Snowman, Yeti, Reindeer, Logs, Birch Trees and Mushrooms. Add paper cone hats, paper faces, small twigs and other embellishments where necessary. 

    For Santa’s hat: 

    • Cut out a small circle from a second piece of patterned paper
    • Remove a small wedge from the side of the circle
    • Wrap the paper into a cone and secure with a piece of scotch tape
    • Add a small white strip and a tiny piece for the pom to add details to the hat
    • Cover the Santa tube with the hat
    • Here's a link from wikihow with directions to make a paper cone if you need it 

    Each day the children will discover small gifts in the various advent pieces. Examples of some of the items include:

    • Blind bags of favourite miniature characters (Doc McStuffins, Littlest Pet Shop)
    • Small bags of Lego mini figurines  
    • Chocolate coins
    • Candy or sweets
    • Euro coins
    • Christmas themed Stickers
    Blind bags are hidden in the cardboard tubes


    Smaller chocolate treats are found in the miniature pine trees


    Mushrooms hold chocolate coins


    I made sure to include two items in each of the 24 parts, so there are a total of 48 items in our advent. I did this because I have two young children and wanted to make sure they each received something every day, to keep things fair. 


    Our 2015 Christmas Advent Calendar

    The cast of colourful characters

    A walk through the magical woodland

    Is that Rudolf with Santa?


    Snow capped mountains in the background

    Snowflakes fall from the sky

    Little Elfy hangs by the birch logs

    Number each of your items 1 through 24

    It's an abominable snowman!!

    The Yeti, Snowman and Reindeer

    The Elves and Santa 

    Reindeer, Santa and the Yeti hiding among the pines

    I’ll be sure to update this post with the details of this year’s advent calendar, but I can almost guarantee its success already! Do you make or give your child an advent calendar? Did you open one as a child? I’d love to hear any advent stories you can remember, just post them in the comments section below! And for more advent ideas and inspiration, check out Pies & Gents on Pinterest. We have a holiday board dedicated to the cutest advent calendars around!

              8/4/17: so we took sylvester to the vet and he had xrays done to...        


    8/4/17: so we took sylvester to the vet and he had xrays done to check for any tumors or growths but nothing came up which is good. he has an appointment next week on tuesday for more blood work to see if there is any improvement. if there is little no improvement he will get an ultrasound in his belly area to check for anything that can’t be seen on an xray. thank you all so much for your support it really means a lot to me 💕


              JQUERY 扩展        
    免得到时再到处查询,把这些链接直接引过来算了,有机会都熟悉了再整理下
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    Ajax File Upload
    jQUploader.
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    jQuery File Style.
    Styling an input type file.
    Progress Bar Plugin.
    二、表单验证(Form Validation)
    jQuery Validation.
    Auto Help.
    Simple jQuery form validation.
    jQuery XAV - form validations.
    jQuery AlphaNumeric.
    Masked Input.
    TypeWatch Plugin.
    Text limiter for form fields.
    Ajax Username Check with jQuery.
    三、表单-选取框(Form - Select Box stuff)
    jQuery Combobox.
    jQuery controlled dependent (or Cascadign) Select List.
    Multiple Selects.
    Select box manipulation.
    Select Combo Plugin.
    jQuery - LinkedSelect
    Auto-populate multiple select boxes.
    Choose Plugin (Select Replacement).
    四、表单基本、输入框、选择框等(Form Basics, Input Fields, Checkboxes etc.)
    jQuery Form Plugin.
    jQuery-Form.
    jLook Nice Forms.
    jNice.
    Ping Plugin.
    Toggle Form Text.
    ToggleVal.
    jQuery Field Plugin.
    jQuery Form’n Field plugin.
    jQuery Checkbox manipulation.
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    jQuery labelcheck.
    Overlabel.
    3 state radio buttons.
    ShiftCheckbox jQuery Plugin.
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    jQuery Checkbox (checkboxes with imags).
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    jQuery Time Entry.
    五、时间、日期和颜色选取(Time, Date and Color Picker)
    jQuery UI Datepicker.
    jQuery date picker plugin.
    jQuery Time Picker.
    Time Picker.
    ClickPick.
    TimePicker.
    Farbtastic jQuery Color Picker Plugin.
    Color Picker by intelliance.fr.
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    jQuery Star Rating Plugin.
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    Content rater with asp.net, ajax and jQuery.
    Half-Star Rating Plugin.
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    jQuery Suggest.
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    jQuery Autocomplete by AjaxDaddy.
    jQuery Autocomplete Plugin with HTML formatting.
    jQuery Autocompleter.
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    jTagEditor.
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    jQuery jFrame.
    Jeditable - edit in place plugin for jQuery.
    jQuery editable.
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    Edit in Place with Ajax using jQuery.
    jQuery Plugin - Another In-Place Editor.
    TableEditor.
    tEditable - in place table editing for jQuery.
    九、多媒体、视频、Flash等(Audio, Video, Flash, SVG, etc)
    jMedia - accessible multi-media embedding.
    JBEdit - Ajax online Video Editor.
    jQuery MP3 Plugin.
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    EO Gallery.
    jQuery ScrollShow.
    jQuery Cycle Plugin.
    jQuery Flickr.
    jQuery Lazy Load Images Plugin.
    Zoomi - Zoomable Thumbnails.
    jQuery Crop - crop any image on the fly.
    Image Reflection.
    十一、Google地图(Google Map)
    jQuery Plugin googlemaps.
    jMaps jQuery Maps Framework.
    jQmaps.
    jQuery & Google Maps.
    jQuery Maps Interface forr Google and Yahoo maps.
    jQuery J Maps - by Tane Piper.
    十二、游戏(Games)
    Tetris with jQuery.
    jQuery Chess.
    Mad Libs Word Game.
    jQuery Puzzle.
    jQuery Solar System (not a game but awesome jQuery Stuff).
    十三、表格等(Tables, Grids etc.)
    UI/Tablesorter.
    jQuery ingrid.
    jQuery Grid Plugin.
    Table Filter - awesome!.
    TableEditor.
    jQuery Tree Tables.
    Expandable “Detail” Table Rows.
    Sortable Table ColdFusion Costum Tag with jQuery UI.
    jQuery Bubble.
    TableSorter.
    Scrollable HTML Table.
    jQuery column Manager Plugin.
    jQuery tableHover Plugin.
    jQuery columnHover Plugin.
    jQuery Grid.
    TableSorter plugin for jQuery.
    tEditable - in place table editing for jQuery.
    jQuery charToTable Plugin.
    jQuery Grid Column Sizing.
    jQuery Grid Row Sizing.
    十四、统计图(Charts, Presentation etc.)
    jQuery Wizard Plugin .
    jQuery Chart Plugin.
    Bar Chart.
    十五、边框、圆角、背景(Border, Corners, Background)
    jQuery Corner.
    jQuery Curvy Corner.
    Nifty jQuery Corner.
    Transparent Corners.
    jQuery Corner Gallery.
    Gradient Plugin.
    十六、文字和超链接(Text and Links)
    jQuery Spoiler plugin.
    Text Highlighting.
    Disable Text Select Plugin.
    jQuery Newsticker.
    Auto line-height Plugin.
    Textgrad - a text gradient plugin.
    LinkLook - a link thumbnail preview.
    pager jQuery Plugin.
    shortKeys jQuery Plugin.
    jQuery Biggerlink.
    jQuery Ajax Link Checker.
    十七、鼠标提示(Tooltips)
    jQuery Plugin - Tooltip.
    jTip - The jQuery Tool Tip.
    clueTip.
    BetterTip.
    Flash Tooltips using jQuery.
    ToolTip.
    十八、菜单和导航(Menus, Navigations)
    jQuery Tabs Plugin - awesome! . [demo nested tabs.]
    another jQuery nested Tab Set example (based on jQuery Tabs Plugin).
    jQuery idTabs.
    jdMenu - Hierarchical Menu Plugin for jQuery.
    jQuery SuckerFish Style.
    jQuery Plugin Treeview.
    treeView Basic.
    FastFind Menu.
    Sliding Menu.
    Lava Lamp jQuery Menu.
    jQuery iconDock.
    jVariations Control Panel.
    ContextMenu plugin.
    clickMenu.
    CSS Dock Menu.
    jQuery Pop-up Menu Tutorial.
    Sliding Menu.
    http://stilbuero.de/jquery/tabs_3/
    十九、幻灯、翻转等(Accordions, Slide and Toggle stuff)
    jQuery Plugin Accordion.
    jQuery Accordion Plugin Horizontal Way.
    haccordion - a simple horizontal accordion plugin for jQuery.
    Horizontal Accordion by portalzine.de.
    HoverAccordion.
    Accordion Example from fmarcia.info.
    jQuery Accordion Example.
    jQuery Demo - Expandable Sidebar Menu.
    Sliding Panels for jQuery.
    jQuery ToggleElements.
    Coda Slider.
    jCarousel.
    Accesible News Slider Plugin.
    Showing and Hiding code Examples.
    jQuery Easing Plugin.
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    Innerfade.
    二十、拖放插件(Drag and Drop)
    UI/Draggables.
    EasyDrag jQuery Plugin.
    jQuery Portlets.
    jqDnR - drag, drop resize.
    Drag Demos.
    二十一、XML XSL JSON Feeds
    XSLT Plugin.
    jQuery Ajax call and result XML parsing.
    xmlObjectifier - Converts XML DOM to JSON.
    jQuery XSL Transform.
    jQuery Taconite - multiple Dom updates.
    RSS/ATOM Feed Parser Plugin.
    jQuery Google Feed Plugin.
    二十二、浏览器(Browserstuff)
    Wresize - IE Resize event Fix Plugin.
    jQuery ifixpng.
    jQuery pngFix.
    Link Scrubber - removes the dotted line onfocus from links.
    jQuery Perciformes - the entire suckerfish familly under one roof.
    Background Iframe.
    QinIE - for proper display of Q tags in IE.
    jQuery Accessibility Plugin.
    jQuery MouseWheel Plugin.
    二十三、对话框、确认窗口(Alert, Prompt, Confirm Windows)
    jQuery Impromptu.[注:很值得使用]
    jQuery Confirm Plugin.
    jqModal.
    SimpleModal.[注:很值得使用]
    二十四、CSS
    jQuery Style Switcher.
    JSS - Javascript StyleSheets.
    jQuery Rule - creation/manipulation of CSS Rules.
    jPrintArea.
    二十五、DOM、AJAX和其它JQuery插件(DOM, Ajax and other jQuery plugins)
    FlyDOM.
    jQuery Dimenion Plugin.
    jQuery Loggin.
    Metadata - extract metadata from classes, attributes, elements.
    Super-tiny Client-Side Include Javascript jQuery Plugin.
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    JHeartbeat - periodically poll the server.
    Lazy Load Plugin.
    Live Query.
    jQuery Timers.
    jQuery Share it - display social bookmarking icons.
    jQuery serverCookieJar.
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    jQuery Puffer.
    jQuery iFrame Plugin.
    Cookie Plugin for jQuery.
    jQuery Spy - awesome plugin.
    Effect Delay Trick.
    jQuick - a quick tag creator for jQuery.
    Metaobjects
    .
    elementReady.

    SIMONE 2008-11-17 13:20 发表评论

              Xraye 2        
    Igro Xraye 2 lahko igrate brezplačno preko spleta.
              Xraye        
    Igro Xraye lahko igrate brezplačno preko spleta.
                      
    เมื่อมื้อกลางวันฉันได้ทานสับปะรสมาค่ะ รสชาติเปรี้ยวอมหวาน เหมือนกับชื่อบล็อก เลยหาข้อมูลเกี่ยวกับประโยชน์ของสับปะรสมาฝาก 



    1. ช่วยให้ระบบภูมิคุ้มกันแข็งแรง à¸£à¸±à¸šà¸›à¸£à¸°à¸—านสับปะรดวันละหนึ่งชิ้นก็จะช่วยให้ร่างกายได้รับวิตามินซีที่สำคัญคือ วิตามินซีช่วยในการทำงานของเนื้อเยื่อเกี่ยวพันและยังช่วยให้ระบบภูมิคุ้มกันแข็งแรง เพื่อป้องกันไม่ให้ร่างกายติดเชื้อและต่อสู้กับเชื้อโรคต่าง ๆ การรับประทานสับปะรดวันละหนึ่งชิ้นจึงเป็นการเพิ่มแรงต้านโรคให้แก่ร่างกายแต่ในผู้ที่มีเลือดจางไม่ควรกินมากนัก

    2. ช่วยในการย่อยอาหาร à¸ªà¸±à¸šà¸›à¸°à¸£à¸”มีกากใยอาหารมากซึ่งมีความสำคัญกับการย่อยอาหาร และเป็นที่รู้กันอยู่ว่ากากใยอาหารช่วยลดคอเลสเตอรอลควบคุมน้ำตาลในเส้นเลือดและช่วยลดความเสี่ยงของโรคมะเร็ง

    3. ช่วยให้เลือดลมไหลเวียนดี à¸ªà¸±à¸šà¸›à¸°à¸£à¸”มีสารแอนตี้ออกซิแดนต์ เช่น วิตามินซี เบต้าแคโรทีน และแมงกานีส ที่จะช่วยป้องกันอันตรายจากอนุมูลอิสระที่จะทำลายโครงสร้างของเซลล์ และอาจทำให้เป็นโรคหัวใจและอัมพฤกษ์ อัมพาต นอกจากนี้สารแอนตี้ออกซิแดนต์ยังมีความสำคัญต่อระบบภูมิคุ้มกันของร่างกายอีกด้วย





    4. ป้องกันความเสี่ยงจากโรคมะเร็ง à¸à¸²à¸£à¸£à¸±à¸šà¸›à¸£à¸°à¸—านผักและผลไม้เป็นประจำและลดการสูบบุหรี่ก็จะช่วยลดความเสี่ยงจากโรคมะเร็ง โดยเฉพาะมะเร็งกระเพาะอาหารและมะเร็งเต้านมเพราะสับปะรดมีสารแอนตี้ออกซิแดนต์ที่ช่วยป้องกันอนุมูลอิสระ ซึ่งเป็นตัวการก่อมะเร็ง และจากการศึกษาพบว่า เอนไซม์ Bromelain ในสับปะรดจะช่วยป้องกันการเติบโตของเซลล์ร้ายในปอด ป้องกันมะเร็งเต้านม มะเร็งลำไส้ใหญ่ และมะเร็งรังไข่

    5. ช่วยป้องกันโรคต่าง ๆ à¸à¸²à¸£à¸£à¸±à¸šà¸›à¸£à¸°à¸—านผักและผลไม้ให้ได้วันละ 5 กำมือ จะช่วยลดการเสียชีวิตด้วยโรคเรื้อรังต่าง ๆ เช่น อัมพฤกษ์ อัมพาต หรือมะเร็ง ได้ถึง 20%

    6. ช่วยให้เหงือกแข็งแรง
     à¸ªà¸±à¸šà¸›à¸°à¸£à¸”ช่วยให้สุขภาพในช่องปากแข็งแรง เนื่องจากสับปะรดมีวิตามินซีสูงที่จะช่วยป้องกันความเสี่ยงจากโรคเหงือกได้

    7. ช่วยยับยั้งการอักเสบ 
    เอนไซม์ Bromelain ในสับปะรดจะช่วยยับยั้งการอักเสบทั้งนี้ ชาวอเมริกาใต้โบราณ ใช้สับปะรดเป็นยารักษาโรคผิวหนังและรักษาบาดแผล

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    แม้ว่าสับปะรดจะมีประโยชน์มากแต่ก็ควรกินพอประมาณ เช่น วันละหนึ่งชิ้น และกินผลไม้อื่น ๆ ให้หลากหลายด้วยเพราะการกินอะไรที่มากเกินไปก็ย่อมให้ผลเสียทั้งนั้น


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    AVENTURES de JAJ 4 és un punt interessant i intrigant i feu clic a tipus nou joc d'escapament desenvolupat per jocs ENA de franc. Després de fracassar l'intent de prevenir el robatori de la Corona de la joieria, Jack rebre informació de la cabina telefònica en relació amb el robatori de XRay vidre de la botiga de vidre. Com a jugador, cal ajudar el Jack per evitar el robatori de vidre XRay de la botiga de vidre buscant les pistes i esbrinar els puzles necessaris per trobar els objectes necessaris. Com ets una persona amb bona resolució de natura, és segur que tindr
              More listings :-)        
    It isn't going quite as fast as I would like, it appears I have a fractured middle finger. OUCH. Its been hurting quite badly for a week now, so I finally let my family persuade me to go to the doctor. She sent me straight up to the hospital for an xray, and now I know why I was in pain, lol. Photographing, typing, packaging stuff, all not so easy right now. But I listed a few more things -

    White onyx and gold figure of Christ vintage French cross - SOLD

    19th Century silver metal jardiniere -

    Set of three perfectly delicious chippy sea green French hat stands - SOLD

    A sweet baptism/christening box from 1925, such a beautiful image -

    Vintage French enamel allumettes box, beautiful turquoise colour and good condition - SOLD

    and this elegant, richly coloured blue and gold Debray candy tin -

    Toodlepip xxx


              Tubular Cast On using Judy Becker's Magic Cast On        

    Here's the technique that I referenced in a thread where we were discussing different cast ons and cast offs. Bill/Will (hey we're like the 3 name rhymateers--Mill, Bill and Will), I was going to make a video, but I got called into work and I'm taking advantage of waiting for Xray to send me my patient's films by perusing YouTube. I found someone who made an excellent video already:

    The only thing I wanted to mention, is that knitting and purling off of that first set of needles can be a little fiddly and cumbersome. Instead, I just slip my stitches alternately (one front, one back) to the second needle without changing the mounts. That way you have all of your stitches in place on the second needle and can just start your 1x1 rib.

    She doesn't go into 2x2 and it is a little different for your setup. I will make a video for that if anyone is interested....that is, if I ever get out of here!


              Temple Run, races towards 20 million downloads - those crazy skull topped monkeys!        






























              A Cardiac Event        
    I was in Birmingham on Tuesday and Wednesday of this week because I was supposed to be giving a reading and doing a talk as pert of the Red Mountain Review Reading series. When I met my guide the night before the reading he handed me a big fat check, and I sort of joked about it and said something like, you shouldn't pay me because I haven't done anything yet.

    Well. As fate would have it, I ended up not giving my reading or meeting with students and faculty. Instead, I woke at 5:00 am with chest pains.

    First I thought it was food poisoning. Then I thought maybe I was just nervous and stressed (my job has been a true pain in the ass these last few weeks.) Then I was sweating, hunched over, shaking, racked with spasms of pain in my chest, all while alternating between cold water running in the bathtub and the fetal position on the bathroom floor.

    Long story short--I called 911. And they came--the firemen and paramedics--their sirens and equipment clogging up the street in front of the hotel. When they arrived I REALLY freaked out, as I hate doctirs and emergencies. My blood pressure was 200/110, I still couldn't breath or stop shaking, and they insisted that I was going to the hospital.

    So I went. The docs didn't know what to do with me besides to take a few chest xrays (blood clot in the lung?) do blood work again and again (looking for cardiac enzymes) and hook me to an EKG machine.

    I was like this all day. In the hosital, alone. I missed the reading. I missed the talk after the reading. I sat there remembering my father, who's life ended on December 8, 2001. He was alone in a Birmingham hospital.

    So, my blood says I didn't have a "cardiac event." They turned me loose (fucking finally) at around 3:00 pm. There I was, walking the streets of downtown Birmingham in my pajamas and a pair of Birkenstocks, headed in the wrong direction. I found a cab, and that blessed and extremely fat man got me to the hotel in about three minutes.

    I didn't take a shower or make a phone call. I brushed my teeth, threw my shit in my bag, and got in my car so I could get home to my people who were worried sick and in the planning stages of a rescue operation.

    I drove in warp speed, stopping once at the Waffle House for three cups of coffee, a pecan waffle, hashbrowns scattered, smothered, and covered, and a bowl of cheese grits. I think it was the cheese grits that saved me.
              something else        
      I got an xray the other day. hold your breath. relax. arms here. i’m going to scoot you forward. okay, hold your breath. relax. all done. And the efficient young twerp began reviewing my “films” before I’d left the …
              Comment on Smart Meters and Tinnitus Controversy by Sreed        
    Smart meters and cell phones use non-ionizing radiofrequency, not ionizing, which xrays use. The only thing the FCC regulates for non-ionizing emissions is microwave heating levels. Thousands of studies show biological effects at much lower levels. America's allowed levels is extremely high compared to the rest of the world, making Americans the guinea pigs for all those effects found in numerous studies. Tinnitus is only one symptom reported from smart meters, which send bursts and pulses that interfere with normal cellular communication, and could affect the ear's sensitive structures. See "smart meter symptoms EMF SAFETY" SEARCH. A note to the doctors reading here. You listen to patients' symptoms. With the RASH of smart meter symptoms don't you think that some longterm scientific tests ought to be completed on this effect and others before rolling out these devices?
              EIT Digital strives past “fix it when it’s broken” approach, with predictive service for printers        
    Predictive maintenance for printers, a new activity being supported by EIT Digital as part of its OEDIPUS High Impact Initiative, will bring a shift in the performance and durability of commercial printing equipment. In the current commercial...


              Portfolio Value and Net Worth catch-up - to June 2016        
    It's been a while since I last posted one of my regular updates on how my goals or quest for Financial Independence is going. There are various reasons for the delay (yes I know excuses, excuses!):
    - I was on a 4 month break from working a full-time contract when I started the blog, so had a lot more free-time available to write. Since the start of June I've been working a full week again
    - I've been through the whole house sale and move process, which doesn't end on the day you pick-up the keys to your nice new house. We've been slowly working our way through a mountain of boxes trying to find places to best store everything
    - I've been working on some income generating side hustles (kindle publishing and a little dabble with matched betting), which have been taking up a considerable amount of my free time because I'm new to them and learning as I go

    All of the above have been impacting my precious free-time and thus the time available to write for this blog. I have missed posting about my progress I must confess, and I also feel guilty at times for letting my posting schedule slip. So I'm going to try to play catch-up on the posts about my finances and my goal progress...though it may be a somewhat slow process, please be patient!

    So here's a catch-up post covering my progress toward achieving my second goal for 2016 which includes the pursuit of Financial Independence. This one is about my Portfolio Value and Net Worth for the months April to June 2016.




    Portfolio Value - end Jun 2016

    My portfolio includes the savings and investments in my Freedom Kitty as well as my Personal Pension, the combination of which make up my "FI Before 50 Roadmap".

    FREEDOM KITTY
    Here is the end of June value of my Freedom Kitty including the interim valuations for April & May:


    After maxing out my contributions to the 2015-2016 ISA in March I could make no further contributions to it. I continued to put savings for my Freedom Kitty aside in my current account during April, May and June, but because I wanted to choose a new ISA provider for the next tax year I did not actually invest during those months (more to follow on this in July's update), so the savings have not been listed here.

    As you can see, the end of June value of my ISA was £14,728, which is less than its value when I did my last post in March, and overall down by -£1,282.53 on my original investment. However the value had been much better in May, having increased by £421 on March, but then Brexit happened and everything went wobbly! I'm not too concerned because I can already see improvements during the month of July so things are getting back on track again.

    Here's how the Freedom Kitty is tracking for the year - I've set myself a target of £23,000 for this calendar year (Jan-Dec 2016):


    At 64.03% I've actually gone backward on the progress I'd made in March (which was at 66.54%), but I have half the year to go and I'm still over 50% of the way toward my Freedom Kitty goal for 2016. With my additional savings to be added in the latter half of the year, and hopefully a bit of a rally for my investments I am optimistic that I will still make my target.

    Here's how the Freedom Kitty is tracking against the overall target of £209,590:


    A slight drop from 7.3% to 7.03% since March, but I think I should still be able to achieve 10% by the end of the year with a little bit of luck.


    PERSONAL PENSION
    It's been an interesting few months for my Personal Pension. I decided to instruct my pension provider to cut the employer contributions being made by my Limited Company because of the period of time I was not working (4 months) and therefore not billing for any sales into the business account. Until this point the contributions had been set at £3,000 per month which is a lot to eat away from the company's cashflow, when said cashflow is not being replenished. I asked to drop the amount to £1,000 per month. Unfortunately, despite being advised that it's easy to change the regular contribution amounts when I first began the pension, there have been a few hiccups at the pension provider in making the change so my figures will reflect the sporadic nature of what has ensued! I've been promised that things are now sorted and should be consistent moving forward (not to mention apologised to with flowers and wine!)

    So here is the end of June value of my Personal Pension



    Even though my pension contributions have effectively been reduced to £1,000 per month from May, at the moment I am still on target to hit my overall £2,000 per month goal. This is because I have contributed an excess £3,000 across the months of February, March and April. I will need to see how things go later in the year to decide whether I'm brave enough to attempt to change my regular contribution amounts back up to £2,000 (I need a few months of consistent withdrawals by my pension provider for my confidence to be restored!)

    Here's how the Personal Pension is tracking for the year - I've set myself a target of £110,000 for this year:


    Great progress here since March, I've now got just under 47% of the way to go to hit my pension target for this year.

    Here's how the Personal Pension is tracking against the overall target of £364,965:


    I've achieved 26.15% of my overall target for my Personal Pension goal, which means I'm now over a quarter of the way there, a really nice milestone for me...happy days!




    Net Worth - end Jun 2016


    I don't include assets such as car, valuables or house sundries in this calculation - it's really only the big or purely savings items I choose to include. The credit card debt listed is my monthly spend which I always pay off in full each month by direct debit. Following the house sale and purchase we've just been through, my net worth has seen a little dip because I used some of the equity from my house sale to fund my share of the stamp duty for our house purchase. Since March my net worth is down by £5,492.05, but I'm sure it will be on the up again soon as I continue to invest and of course over time we'll be paying our mortgage off which will help.

    So at the half-way point through the year, I'm very happy with where my FIRE funds are at. Given that I didn't even have a plan for FIRE at the start of the year I'm really pleased with my progress. I'm looking forward to a strong second half of the year now that the big expense of the house move is complete and I am back in a paying freelance contract - not to mention the income generating side hustles which I've started.


    So, I'm interested to hear how you're getting on now that we're over half-way through 2016. Have you seen much impact in your investments as a result of Brexit? Have you been enjoying the unusually hot British weather?! As always I'd love to hear from you and appreciate your comments...



              Temple Run, races towards 20 million downloads - those crazy skull topped monkeys!        
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              Casa Cor completa 25 anos e tem como tema a tecnologia        



    I started going to the dentist when I was in Kindergarten so I figured that's when I would take my boys. WRONG decision!!!! Drew had 8 cavities when we went. His dental visits have been such an ordeal at our house. His first visit was just a cleaning & xrays. I was devastated that he had 8 cavities but his daddy has a mouthful of cavities. The dentist we saw recommended going to an oral surgeon to have one pulled but I just didn't feel completely good about that so after talking to friends & family I decided to take him for a 2nd opinion. The 2nd dentist was saw was wonderful & has a wonderful staff! I left there sooooo thankful for that 2nd opinion. The 1st visit Drew had there was great to him because they just looked at x-rays & checked his teeth. The 2nd visit not quite so cheery! He had to have 2 crowned & 2 filled. I felt so bad for him! I have 2 cavities in my mouth so I can only imagine the pain & fear he must have been feeling. He cried at the beginning but the assistant was so kind & patient. My sister was praying & I know it was an answered prayer because he calmed down & did great. He will go back in January for the other 4 fillings AFTER we add him to our insurance. Apparently dental work is a wee-bit expensive! Yikes!

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