6. Orlen Wisla Plock7214182:192(-10)5 Danish Bjerringro Silkeborg were a serious threath to FC Barcelona just in the first 30 minutes of the home match 23:27 (13:11). Home team were in good mood at the start of the match, but suddenly fighting spirit disapeared after the half-time break when Barca took control over the results until the end…23 – Bjerringbro-Silkeborg: Rasmussen (Frandsen); Hansen (2), Jensen, Skube (5), Damgaard (5), Markussen (4), Klitgaard (1p); Thomsen, Orsted (1), Olsen , Hudstrup (1), Nielsen y Knudsen (4).27 – FC Barcelona: Pérez de Vargas (Ristovski); Tomás (2), Mem, Raúl Entrerríos (3), Syprzak (1), Morros, Rivera (4, 1p); N’Guessan (2), Noddesbo (2), Andersson (6), Ariño, Jallouz (1), Lazarov (6).Result: 2-2, 5-4, 7-5, 9-7, 10-9, 13-11; 13-13, 14-16, 16-19, 19-22, 20-22 y 23-27.STANDINGS: 2. FC Barcelona Lassa7601199:179(20)12 bjerringbro-silkeborgEHF Champions LeagueFC Barcelona Lassa 1. Paris Saint-Germain Handba…7601220:189(31)12 5. THW Kiel7304176:182(-6)6 ← Previous Story Rampant SG Flensburg win in Kiel! Next Story → Over 70.000 votes for WORLD HANDBALL PLAYER 2016 in first 72 hours! 7. Bjerringbro-Silkeborg7205184:194(-10)4 8. Kadetten Schaffhausen7007183:224(-41)0 4. Telekom Veszprém7322186:183(3)8 3. SG Flensburg-Handewitt7412179:166(13)9
Most people are content to protect their homes with a dead bolt or two, or maybe a loud security alarm that goes off if it isn’t disarmed thirty seconds after you enter the house. Those alarms can tend to be problematic if you’re forgetful, filling the air with ear-splitting sound if you don’t manage to disarm them in time, but that isn’t anything compared to the Burglar Blaster: a movement-triggered dispenser of pepper spray which, if triggered and not shut off within 40 seconds, will fill a 2,000 square feet space with choking, burning and searing gas. The Burglar Blaster is battery powered, and will apparently last up to four years on just a pair of AA batteries. Settings include the ability to give anywhere between forty and zero seconds grace time before triggering its researve pepper spray. Once triggered, the Burglar Blaster will start broadcasting a warning tone, reminding you to slot your key in and turn the Blaster off before it napalms you.In addition to just the Burglar Blaster, there’s a 12V trigger that allows you to hook up additional accessories, such as flashing lights, loud alarms and — given the unforgiving nature of this gadget — maybe a giant rolling boulder or an automated totem of whirring buzzsaws.We’re not really sure what kind of consumer the Burglar Blaster is aimed at. Anyone with riches enough to justify this sort of extreme force probably should just hire his own personal security team. We’re guessing this is aimed at more average joes with sadistic streak enough to want to totally cripple anyone who would dare break into their house. If you’re that sadistic, prepare to pay for your fantasy of hospitalizing a home invader: the Burglar Blaster will cost you $600.Read more at Slashgear
Research in Motion has been a respected player in the corporate IT world for quite some time. The company’s position has slipped more recently as Android and iOS gained footholds in enterprise settings, but RIM is still a force to be reckoned with. Now it has announced BlackBerry Mobile Fusion — a smartphone and tablet management system that plays nice with competitors’ devices, too.Mobile Fusion brings BlackBerry Protect functionality to Android 2.1-2.3 devices as well as iPhones and iPads running iOS 4+. The omission of Honeycomb and Ice Cream Sandwich is a glaring one, but the service isn’t set to launch until early 2012 — so there’s plenty of time for RIM to add support for the OS versions which power most Android tablets. With a Mobile Fusion server in place, a company would be able to set password and app installation rules and check for compliance. Supported devices can also be remotely locked and wiped — as BlackBerry phones with the BlackBerry Protect can. It wouldn’t be a surprise to see other Protect features added, like remote backup and GPS tracking.RIM might have gotten a lot of bad press this year for falling sales figures in the US, but getting consumers to buy your phones isn’t the only way to make money in the mobile marketplace. There’s even plenty of profit for the taking if you don’t sell phones to businesses. RIM’s management solution could be huge, and it looks like it’s going to launch at exactly the right time — just as interest in BYOD (bring your own device) starts to spike.Even Google is aware of the enormous potential that lies with enterprise device management. You’ve got to think that the folks in Mountain View noticed 3LM — who builds enterprise security and management software for Android devices — in Motorola’s portfolio when acquisition talks began.There are already some smaller companies offering corporate solutions like Mobile Fusion, but RIM could be the first on the scene with any real street cred. If they can be first and offer a truly useful tool that resonates with corporate IT types, Mobile Fusion could be a winner for the Canadian company.More at Reuters and RIM
Watch: Motorists warned to stay away from Sally Gap due to snowy conditions The road is currently impassable. By Nicky Ryan https://jrnl.ie/3237584 Feb 13th 2017, 2:42 PM 21,910 Views Monday 13 Feb 2017, 2:42 PM Short URL Source: TheJournal.ie/YouTubeTHE SALLY GAP is impassable this afternoon due to freezing conditions on the treacherous stretch of road.AA Roadwatch captured the footage above earlier this morning in the Wicklow Mountains, showing the snow and ice left by sub-zero temperatures overnight.Motorists are being advised to use an alternative route.The stretch was also impassable on Saturday, with Wicklow News reporting that recovery services were called out several times on Sunday to rescue stranded vehicles.While caution will need to be exercised in the area over the coming days, temperatures are due to recover somewhat this week after a cold weekend.Met Éireann is forecasting lowest temperatures of 2 to 5 degrees overnight.The weather is also causing problems for walkers this afternoon.The Coast Guard is advising members of the public to avoid piers and other exposed seafront areas this afternoon due to strong gales.“Waves can be unpredictable,” spokesperson Fergus Cooney said, “A lull of 10 minutes can be followed by intense waves powerful enough to knock you over and cause injury or wash you off the pier wall.”Read: Walkers warned to be careful on coasts as high winds expected > Share36 Tweet Email5 9 Comments Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this article
Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagram Michael Spartels has been named Kastellorizian of the year for his distinguished service to the Kastellorizian Association of Victoria, spanning almost four decades. Mr Spartels served as president for the association several times but it was in his last term – 2008-10 – that he was directly involved in the preservation of the heritage of the members and the association. Under his leadership, the Multicultural Commission of Victoria awarded the Kastellorizian Association of Victoria $9000 to enable the organisation to properly manage, document and store the collection of the club and develop a set of policies to ensure the future collections would be managed appropriately. The success of this grant was instrumental in securing a further $4,400 from the National Library of Australia to conduct a ‘significant assessment’ of the club’s collection. His passion saw many more younger members of the association get involved and offered endless advice and support, but also promoted activities for the senior members of the association too.His enthusiasm for his heritage has filtered through to his family with his children and grandchildren being actively involved in the association as well. Mr Spartel’s support and generosity also extends to the Greek and wider Australian communities. He organised and supervised the construction of the Manse at the rear of St. Eustathios Greek Orthodox Church, in Dorcas Street, South Melbourne. This project was a significant and long term commitment generating a major construction of the church which houses the offices of the Bishop and it is regularly used by members of the Greek community. The award was announced by the Kastellorizian of the Year Committee who has the daunting task each year to select the recipient through the numerous nominations they receive.
Now Playing Up Next Facebook Adam Martin RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR WWE RAW Ratings are in for April 2, 2018.This week’s episode from Atlanta drew an average of 3.36 million viewers on Monday night on the USA Network according to a report by Showbuzzdaily.com.This is down just slightly from last week’s show that drew an average of 3.37 million viewers. WWE came in at No. 3, No. 4 and No. 5 for the night on cable.Like last week, all hours of the show averaged above three million viewers on Monday night on cable, with the first hour peaking at 3.4 million viewers.Hourly breakdowns were as follows.Hourly breakdowns of the WWE RAW RatingsHour 1: 3.430 (up from 3.403 million viewers last week)Hour 2: 3.329 (down from 3.547 million viewers)Hour 3: 3.314 (up from 3.150 million viewers)RAW, headlined by a confrontation between Brock Lesnar and Roman Reigns, averaged a 1.19 rating for the night among adults 18-49. This is up from last week’s 1.17 rating.Recommended videosPowered by AnyClipWWE Lists The Shields Top 10 WinsVideo Player is loading.Play VideoPauseUnmuteDuration 0:30/Current Time 0:00Loaded: 100.00%0:00Remaining Time -0:30 FullscreenUp NextThis is a modal window.Beginning of dialog window. Escape will cancel and close the window.TextColorWhiteBlackRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentTransparentWindowColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyTransparentSemi-TransparentOpaqueFont Size50%75%100%125%150%175%200%300%400%Text Edge StyleNoneRaisedDepressedUniformDropshadowFont FamilyProportional Sans-SerifMonospace Sans-SerifProportional SerifMonospace SerifCasualScriptSmall CapsReset restore all settings to the default valuesDoneClose Modal DialogEnd of dialog window.Replay the list Shawn Michaels Now Playing Up Next Twitter Roman Reigns is in Remission Videos Articles Now Playing Up Next Pinterest Videos Articles Ronda Rousey Now Playing Up Next Videos Articles Chad Gable advances to the finals of the King of the Ring to be held on this Monday’s RAW Roman Reigns Is Back, But Not Fighting For Belts Google+ Seth Rollins WWE Smackdown Ratings: Viewership stays over 2 million, WWE stays No. 1 on Tuesday WWE Lists The Shields Top 10 Wins WWE Will Air Roman Reigns Documentary Roman Reigns: Leukemia Is In Remission WhatsApp Now Playing Up Next WWE RAW Ratings: Viewership sees a 15% drop against the return of Monday Night Football
Vancouver – Washington State University Vancouver’s Foley Institute for Public Policy and Public Service’s Initiative for Public Deliberation will hold a two-day forum, “Revitalizing Dialogue: Strategies for Engaging in a Polarized Society,” from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Feb. 26 and from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Feb. 27, at WSU Vancouver. The keynote speaker will be Martin Carcasson, founder and director of the Center for Public Deliberation and Communication Studies at Colorado State University. Participants will learn about active listening, cultural competency, working through conflict, fostering conversation, planning forums and facilitation skills, among other topics. The forum costs $25, which includes materials, breakfast, two lunches, an evening reception and parking. Those interested in registering should visit tinyurl.com/ycl68kzz.
Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp#Bahamas, September 25, 2017 – Nassau – The Bahamas will take school children from Dominica while the Caribbean island works to rebuild after being devastated by monstrous hurricane Maria. A meeting held on Sunday between PM Hubert Minnis and Dominican PM, Roosevelt Skerrit solidified the help …..and that Immigration Minister, Brent Symonette is tasked with ironing out the arrangements for the assistance by The Bahamas.The special arrangement will also consider Dominicans with families in The Bahamas to come into the country to live as rebuilding takes place.#MagneticMediaNews#DominicastudentswelcomedtoBahamas Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Related Items:#DominicastudentswelcomedtoBahamas, #magneticmedianews
Aiken’s daughter said she brought a quarter to school the following day to cover any outstanding dues.Copyright 2019 Sunbeam Television Corp. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed. ORANGE CITY, Fla. (WSVN) – A student from a central Florida high school went without lunch because she was short just 15 cents.According to WKMG, the 10th-grade student’s mother, Kimberly Aiken, said the cafeteria worker threw away the food after her daughter didn’t have enough money for lunch.“She puts her food on the tray, gets to the front, gives her number to the cashier, and she says, ‘Well, you owe 15 cents,’” Aiken told the station. “My daughter said she didn’t have any money, so the cashier took her food.”The mother said her daughter was signed up for the free and reduced lunch program at University High School in Orange City. However, the program had not yet taken effect.That meant the 10th-grader spent her first day at school without lunch.“That’s the big thing — it’s eat breakfast, lunch, so that they can make sure that they’re doing good on their work,” Aiken said. “But then you starve my child?”A spokesperson for Volusia County Public Schools issued a statement to WKMG that reads in part, “The school is always willing to work with students and families as needed. The school will be contacting the family directly to help resolve this issue.”
Heather Powell, Education Director at the Sitka Native Education Program, poses with some young dancers after the Naa Kahídi Dancers’ 20th anniversary performance at the Sheet’ká Ḵwáan Naa Kahídi. “We are giving them an opportunity to have a sense of pride, a sense of community,” said Powell.Dancing can be a celebration, an expression of joy or sorrow, or a way to tell a story. For one man in Sitka, it’s a way to teach people about his Native culture and values, and to carry on his tradition. With elders in the community growing older or already gone, he says it’s his responsibility to learn and pass along the teachings to the younger generation so they grow up proud to be Tlingit.Download AudioChuck Miller is teaching 2nd and 3rd graders how to perform traditional Haida-style men’s and women’s dances.Miller is the youth program coordinator at the Sitka Native Education Program. It’s an after-school program where kids and teens learn Native dance, song, and language. Students are called Gajaa Héen Dancers. Miller attended the program when he was a kid and says dancing makes him feel connected to his culture.“When I dance, it feels like my ancestors are running through my veins,” said Miller. “When you put your robe on, it’s like you’re putting on your teachers. You’re putting on your ancestors. You feel them on you. You’re embracing them. It’s like you’re walking into a warm hug.”Miller grew up in Sitka and became a Gajaa Héen Dancer when he was just 3 years old. As a child, he was surrounded by elders and mentors who taught him the traditional Tlingit ways of doing things. He says that when Alaska became a part of the United States, the Tlingit culture suffered.“That’s just the way history happened to us,” said Miller. “A lot of the people went through boarding schools, and it wasn’t okay to speak Tlingit language. They beat it out of you. Or the families back at home would say, ‘we’re stepping into the white man’s world. You can’t speak your Tlingit language anymore. We want you to adapt to the culture that’s prominent here.’” Chuck Miller (front row, fourth from right) has been a part of the Sitka Native Education Program since he was 3-years-old. Miller says the Tlingit people believe in reincarnation and he remembers his grandma saying, “You carry my uncle’s name. You gotta have big shoulders to carry that name. You think you have big enough shoulders?” (Photo courtesy of the Sitka Native Education Program)So, in 1974, Isabella Brady started the Sitka Native Education Program. She, along with other cultural leaders in the community, wanted to instill a sense of cultural pride in the younger generation, so they would grow up to hold and pass on the Tlingit teachings.“The vision of the elders was, ‘Our culture is going to die,’” said Miller. “We need to do something now. We need to get these young people together.”Miller remembers the words of the elders. “They would have elders come and talk to us and they would always say to everyone one of us, ‘and you folks will be the leaders one day.’ It’s true. It’s coming around.”Heather Powell is the education director of the Sitka Native Education Program. She also attended the program growing up and says being a Gajaa Héen Dancer should not be taken lightly.“For us, it’s a very very big responsibility to carry those songs,” said Powell. “To dance those dances, with respect, with knowledge, and with knowing where they come from, who do they belong to. Giving those pieces of our history that tie us to those songs, to those places, to those names.” Chuck Miller, Youth Program Coordinator at the Sitka Native Education Program, teaches 2nd and 3rd graders a traditional Haida-style dance. The program is for kids from ages 3 to 18 from all different backgrounds who want to learn about the Tlingit culture.Both Miller and Powell have embraced the leadership role. Powell says that Tlingit songs and dance teach students about Native traditional values and how to live by them.Oleana Valley is 15 years old and a Gajaa Héen Dancer. “I just love it,” she said. “I’m just so passionate about it. It’s just like, one of my favorite things to do. It makes me super happy.”Valley says it helps her forget her everyday worries and that the songs they sing are personal. “Stuff that we sing in songs is more about telling stories. They’re really deep, so it’s kind of like a privilege for people to hear songs like that. It’s like reading someone’s journal.” Chuck Miller started the Naa Kahídi Dancers in 1994 to help tourists understand the Tlingit culture. “I wanted to show everyone that we are still here and this is who we are,” he said. This year, the dance group, made up of dancers of all ages and backgrounds, celebrated its 20th anniversary.With so many elders getting older, Miller says it’s more important than ever to learn as much as they can before the elders are gone. He calls himself an elder-in-training. “Now, more and more of them are leaving,” he said, “it’s like, whoa, whoa, whoa, it’s like an encyclopedia is getting burned right in front of us and it’s the last copy.”Miller continues to learn and teach as much as he can, so that the Tlingit culture will continue to grow stronger and carry on long after he’s gone.
Amaravati: US Consulate General Katherine B Hadda has met AP Chief Minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy at the state Secretariat in Amaravati on Tuesday morning. On the occasion, both the leaders have discussed various issues. It’s known that through a Twitter message, Katherine Hadda has congratulated YS Jagan for achieving the victory in Lok Sabha and Assembly elections in the state. Also Read – Academia-industry interface on Sept 5 in Kakinada Advertise With Us In a Twitter post, she tweets ‘Honored to meet and congratulate Chief Minister @ysjagan in #Vijayawada this morning. Discussed How further to build on existing strong #USIndia ties in Andhra Pradesh.
Cancún, Q.R. — After an altercation between bricklayers building a new hotel, police say two are dead and 30 arrested.Police say that they arrested 30 people in a dispute Saturday night between a group of workers at a construction site for the Sensation Hotel.The say that at around 9:30 p.m., federal agents received a report of two deceased people inside a construction zone of the Sensation hotel located on the Cancun–Playa del Carmen highway.When they arrived, they cordoned off the hotel where the bodies of two masons were discovered, while attempting to question others. Witnesses would only say that there was a fight, refusing to give further details so federal authorities requested the support of the navy, state police and ministerial police to arrest all on site.In all, police say more than 30 people were taken into custody but did not provide an exact number or further details.Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)
<< Previous PostNext Post >> Share MIAMI — Carnival’s 5,200-plus lower berth ship, now officially under construction following its steel cutting ceremony earlier today, more than lives up to its ‘XL’ moniker.The first vessel in Carnival’s newest class of ship, and the largest Carnival cruise ship ever constructed, will weigh in at 180,000 tonnes when it’s delivered in 2020.The new XL vessel will also be the first-ever ship operating in North America to use liquefied natural gas (LNG).The as-yet-unnamed ship will operate from Port Canaveral beginning in 2020. The ship’s name is scheduled to be revealed in early December.Details on the ship’s inaugural season are planned to be announced in January, with information on the vessel’s vast array of exciting culinary, beverage and entertainment options to be revealed later in 2019.A second XL ship will start construction in 2020 and will be delivered in 2022 to mark the 50th anniversary of Carnival Cruise Line’s founding.More news: Le Boat has EBBs along with its new 2020 brochureThe traditional steel-cutting ceremony took place at the Meyer Turku shipyard in Turku, Finland. At the ceremony, the company also revealed its dramatic new red, white and blue hull design that Carnival says “celebrates its legacy as America’s Cruise Line”, and pays homage to maritime tradition.Carnival says the design builds upon the company’s iconic colour scheme that has made the cruise line “one of the most recognizable brands in travel”. The navy blue hull has vibrant red and white accents running the entire length of the 1,130-foot-long ship.“This new ship promises to be truly special, from its groundbreaking technology and one-of-a-kind features to its distinctive livery and hull design that is both timeless and forward-thinking while paying tribute to our nearly 50-year history of making wonderful vacation memories for our guests,” says Christine Duffy, President, Carnival Cruise Line.Following the steel-cutting ceremony, construction began on the 5,200-plus lower berth ship which Carnival promises will offer a variety of never-before-seen innovations.More news: War of words between Transat, Group Mach ramps up“The start of construction of this amazing ship is a historic day for our company as we are laying the foundation for an unparalleled seagoing vacation experience that will be like no other and take our cruise offerings to the next level,” Duffy said. First look at the largest Carnival cruise ship ever built Posted by Tags: Carnival Cruise Line, New Ship Travelweek Group Thursday, November 15, 2018
Part III in a series on adaptive surfing in Costa Rica. Read Part I, about the country’s association for disabled surfers, and Part II, about British adaptive surfer Dean Bushby.Straight from Arlington, Virginia, Kiersten Todt, her husband Roger Cressen, and their blended family – Kate (18), Andi (16), Haley (12) and Noah (14) – decided that they would compliment their stay at the Westin Conchal with surf lessons from Mojo Surf Adventures in Playa Grande. They had a special consideration: they would have to surf together and include Noah, who has cerebral palsy, a neurological disorder that affects body movement, muscle coordination and motor skills.“We had so many good things we did as a family,” recalled Roger. “But in the first week, we all wanted to surf. Everybody is into sports, and this seemed a fun water activity we couldn’t do back home.”At home, Noah does a lot of physical therapy with his legs and is rewarded by stickers for exceptional accomplishments. His family had concerns about him trying this challenging sport, and, as a result, got him the necessary attention in order to complete the task. The results, according to Noah, was a “four-sticker” experience. Mojo Surf Adventures owner Tim Thomson gathered up his team of instructors, led by Johel Dinarte, and designated one coach solely for Noah, along with spotters who kept an eye on his session (one worked with the rest of the family). Safety was of utmost importance, as Noah’s limited mobility required diligence.“Johel could not leave him alone for a second,” Thomson explained. “He rode the board in with him every time. Also, when the instructors got him up on the board we made sure three instructors were there to help and make sure he was safe. Noah did great most of the time he rode the board; he was lying down, but he got the feeling of surfing. His smile was infectious and he is so personable that he bonded well with Johel and with me. He is also a joker, so he was always making us laugh.” Surfer Noah. Courtesy of Tim Thomson / Mojo Surf Adventures“I like surfing,” Noah said after two days of doing it. “The waves were really rough sometimes, but I stood up on the board. I was embarrassed the first time, but then I was happy, proud. I accomplished something and I was strong. Dad was laughing at me, and I like surfing with my sisters.”His sisters enjoyed surfing with Noah as well. According to Kiersten, Haley has always been and continues to be tremendous support for her brother. She always makes sure he is taken care of and willingly stays in the background, although mom admits that’s not her usual personality.“The instructors really made it not at all scary,” Haley explained. “They took the unknown out of the water and told us all, ‘Don’t be scared.’”“To listen to our body more than our minds,” added sister Kate. “We did it all at the same time, and we all got up.”Noah admitted that he was “concerned, nervous and scared,” particularly because he had a fear of going under the water. Kate noted that without help specifically for him, it might not have been possible for him to surf. Fortunately, Johel, who was the assigned instructor for the boy, was able to calm his nerves, and even goof around with him to take the fear away.Due to Noah’s success, as well as their own, the family is already planning a return to Costa Rica to continue working on their surfing.“Mojo did a great job working with us as a family, creating lots of enthusiasm when we first got in the water and then when we were learning to surf. It takes a special person to connect will all our kids. Johel was great with Noah, they goofed around and he had to put Noah’s limits in a positive way on the board and before on the beach talking. Tim was invested, as were those working with us,” Roger said.Ellen Zoe Golden is a former New York City punk rocker turned hip-hop head. She thought when she’d retire as a publicist in the entertainment business, she’d just surf, do yoga, run, read books, watch TV and hang out with her friends. She does all those things in Tamarindo, but has a day job as a travel agent for Costa Rica Vacations. She loves arranging for people to visit her adopted country. Adaptive surfing, part II: The story of Dean Bushby Through adaptive surfing, disabled athletes conquer Costa Rica’s waves Facebook Comments Related posts:Adaptive surfing, part II: The story of Dean Bushby Anthony Fillingim crowned 2018 Costa Rican surf champion, Rubiana Brownell scores historic triple win Leilani McGonagle wins bronze medal at World Surfing Games Your dream photo isn’t worth it: leave the fish in the water
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