Review Belgium – England

first_imgThomas Meunier and Eden Hazard scored in a deserved 2-0 victory for Belgium which earned its first ever World Cup medal.Here are the teams for #BELENG! #WorldCup pic.twitter.com/Wv14Z5zrXW— FIFA World Cup (@FIFAWorldCup) July 14, 2018Thomas Meunier, the man who missed the semi-final against France, scored in the 4th minute to give Belgium an early 1-0 lead. Danny Rose did not cover Meunier, allowing him to get at the end of a Nacer Chadli cross just a few meters away from goal. The game was nowhere near as closed as the first group stage encounter between the two. Despite good defensive positioning, both teams were finding space to create opportunities. De Bruyne had a shot blocked by Pickford, Lukaku failed to control a ball inside the box, while Loftus-Cheek and Maguire had a header each. Harry Kane was forgotten by Belgium’s defenders in the 24th minute, but he slipped in the last moment and fired his shot wide.James Rodriguez, Real MadridZidane hails ‘quality’ James Rodriguez after Real Madrid’s win Andrew Smyth – September 14, 2019 Zinedine Zidane reserved special praise for James Rodriguez after his starring role in Real Madrid’s 3-2 win over Levante.In the 35th minute, Aiderweireld had an overhead shot go over the bar following a corner kick. Soon after that, The Red Devils had a counter attack which slowed down once Chadli grabbed his hamstring. He couldn’t continue and was replaced by (somewhat surprisingly) Thomas Vermaelen. England had the initiative for around 15 minutes in the middle of the first half, but then Belgium regained control and had several attempts at goal blocked before Sandro Ricci blew the half-time whistle.Jesse Lingard and Marcus Rashford strengthened England’s attack at half-time, entering the pitch in place of Danny Rose and Raheem Sterling. In the 55th minute, De Druyne saw a free zone and sent a through ball to Lukaku, who would’ve had a one-on-one with Pickford if he had managed to receive the pass. However, for the second time in the match, he didn’t. The center forward wasn’t fully invested in the contest. Roberto Martinez saw that and replaced him with Dries Mertens in the 60th minute.In the 70th minute, Eric Dier and Jess Lingard played a great one-two pass which freed up Dier, who chipped the ball over Courtois. When everyone thought it was 1-1, Toby Aiderweireld came flying in and cleared the ball off the goal line. It was by far the best chance of the game for The Three Lions, who began increasing the pressure. In the 78th minute, Moussa Dembele came in for Youri Tielemans. Two minutes later, we saw the best counter attack of the entire championship which included two backheel passes and ended with Jordan Pickford making a one-handed save on Thomas Meunier’s volley. If he would’ve scored, it would’ve been the goal of the tournament.Eden Hazard finally got a goal from open play in the 82nd minute. Kevin De Bruyne pushed the ball between four defenders and gave it to Hazard, who avoided being in an offside position and was quicker than Phil Jones. It was routine afterwards, as he beat Pickford at the near post to make it 2-0 Belgium. Dele Alli substituted Ruben Loftus-Cheek following the goal. The Belgians calmly brought the game to a close, winning their first bronze medal in football history.last_img read more

Omar Archers case now a Human Rights matter

first_imgFacebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Related Items:#FredSmithandOmarArcher, #magneticmedianews Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppBahamas, April 13, 2017 – Nassau – Popular Human Rights activist and lawyer, Fred Smith, QC says that Mr. Omar Archer is now his client. This comes after Archer was yesterday remanded to jail yet again.  It is also being reported that Archer’s 28-day sentence has since been squashed. However, an instruction was given that he be remanded an additional seven days and his bail revoked.QC Smith told members of the media, “To keep Omar Archer in jail under an alleged offence of criminal libel is to make him a political prisoner.”  He added, “Criminal libel must be abolished so that the Bahamas can grow as a democracy.”Smith believes it is a Human Rights case now since offences like this “has sent an element of fear and anxiety and concern throughout the citizenry.” He believes people are now afraid to speak out against the government because they may be politically victimized like Archer and others.According to QC Smith, the Human Rights Association would also be taking international measures to ensure the international communities become aware of Archer’s case and the current laws in the Bahamas. He added, “This government in particular have been using these offences to prosecute people.”Archer’s team, however, believe it is uncommon for someone facing such minor matters to not be fined and freed. They found the judge’s ruling shocking and thinks that Archer is being treated like criminals who commit more serious crimes. Archer will now face the Supreme Court next Wednesday, and Smith revealed they are currently seeking his bail.Story by: Kay-Marie Fletcher#MagneticMediaNews#FredSmithandOmarArcherlast_img read more

San Diegans participate in Race for Autism 5K at Balboa Park

first_img March 24, 2018 Elizabeth Alvarez, 00:00 00:00 spaceplay / pause qunload | stop ffullscreenshift + ←→slower / faster ↑↓volume mmute ←→seek  . seek to previous 12… 6 seek to 10%, 20% … 60% XColor SettingsAaAaAaAaTextBackgroundOpacity SettingsTextOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundSemi-TransparentOpaqueTransparentFont SettingsSize||TypeSerif MonospaceSerifSans Serif MonospaceSans SerifCasualCursiveSmallCapsResetSave Settings Posted: March 24, 2018 Elizabeth Alvarez Updated: 2:05 PM San Diegans participate in Race for Autism 5K at Balboa Park 00:00 00:00 spaceplay / pause qunload | stop ffullscreenshift + ←→slower / faster ↑↓volume mmute ←→seek  . seek to previous 12… 6 seek to 10%, 20% … 60% XColor SettingsAaAaAaAaTextBackgroundOpacity SettingsTextOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundSemi-TransparentOpaqueTransparentFont SettingsSize||TypeSerif MonospaceSerifSans Serif MonospaceSans SerifCasualCursiveSmallCapsResetSave SettingsKUSI’s Elizabeth Alvarez was live in Balboa Park for the Race for Autism 5K to raise funds for autism awareness and programs.The National Foundation for Autism Research (NFAR) has invested more than $1.6 million dollars in the San Diego community, improving the lives of thousands of children with autism.NFAR goes beyond just raising autism awareness, aiming to make an impact through all stages of life with autism – from early identification to employment opportunities – funding the development of programs and services critical to the long-term success of those with autism.Every Step in 5K Race Represents a Child Living With Autism in San Diego.Every 11 minutes a child is diagnosed, autism now affects more children than Cancer, Down Syndrome, Cystic Fibrosis, and Diabetes combined.The Race brings hope to families. Autism can be overwhelming, this event connects parents with other parents, available treatments and services in the San Diego communityRace proceeds provide critical funding to help keep autism programs available and to increase treatment services for San Diego families. Categories: Good Morning San Diego, Local San Diego News FacebookTwitterlast_img read more

Toddler revived after being pulled from Plantation pool

first_imgPLANTATION, FLA. (WSVN) – A backyard scare in Plantation sent a man diving into a swimming pool in Plantation to rescue a 2-year-old girl, Sunday.Police and fire rescue crews responded to the home near Southwest 12th Street and 50th Avenue. Officials said the toddler had fallen into a backyard pool. Fortunately, a neighbor saw it happen and jumped in to pull her out.The neighbor was able to revive the girl. Officials said she was doing fine, but she was taken to the hospital as a precaution. Copyright 2019 Sunbeam Television Corp. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.last_img read more

If you want Game of Thrones season 9 you can now bet

first_img Post a comment 0 Game of Thrones season 8 finale: Our watch has ended Now playing: Watch this: 6:42 Could Bran the Broken survive another season? HBO Sunday’s finale of HBO hit Game of Thrones left many fans wondering if the dragon-powered epic could really be over.  While the network and just about everyone associated with the show has made it pretty clear they’re done, viewers who desperately want more (or perhaps just can’t believe the series would really end that way) can now bet on the show yet again and put their money where their hopes are.  The UK’s Boyle Sports is taking bets that HBO will shock the world and announce that the battle for the Iron Throne, or what’s left of it, will continue for a ninth season.  HBO did not immediately return a request for comment.    TV and Movies 57 Photos Game of Thrones stars, from season 1 through todaycenter_img The online bookie is also offering odds on which character would most likely rule Westeros at the end of this hypothetical season nine.  Interestingly, the site doesn’t seem to believe HBO would actually give us a different result as it still gives Bran “the Broken” Stark the best odds to control the seven (six?) kingdoms at the end of this next season that’s probably never going to happen.  Share your voice More Thrones In what could charitably be called a long shot (or more realistically: a sucker bet), the sports book is offering 50-to-one odds that we’ll get a ninth season. Apparently, part of the rationale is the online petition calling for a do-over for the show’s final season. The Change.org petition calls on HBO to replace Game of Thrones showrunners David Benioff and D.B. Weiss with new writers.”All 1.3 million (and growing) people that signed the petition would be only too delighted to see a new (season) and for a different result,” Boyle Sports spokeswoman Sarah Kinsella said in statement. The major unanswered finale questions All 8 seasons ranked from worst to best 11 TV shows to watch after the finale Who won the finale? It’s complicated Tags Game of Thrones HBOlast_img read more

Abducted minor found dead

first_imgJubayer Hossain. Photo: UNBPolice recovered the body of a minor boy from a lemon grove in Jalsuka village of Saturia upazila in Manikganj on Sunday morning, three days after his abduction, reports UNB.Deceased Jubayer Hossain, 7, was a son of a certain Shamsul Haque, and a first grader at Jalsuka Government Primary School.Aminul Islam, officer-in-charge of Saturia police station, said that Jubayer went missing from his house on Thursday afternoon.Later, the abductors called Jubayer’s family over phone on Friday and demanded Tk 300,000 as ransom.Informing the matter to local police, Jubayer’s mother went to Savar to handover the ransom.However, as the abductors did not contact her, she came back after waiting there for long.Later, locals spotted the body in the morning and informed the police.A joint team of police and Rapid Action Battalion recovered the body and sent it to Manikganj Sadar Hospital for an autopsy.Meanwhile, police arrested a worker, Mohidur Islam, of the orchard for interrogation.last_img read more

Tk 350m detected in bank MDs account

first_imgNCC Bank chairman Mosleh Uddin. File photoBangladesh Bank has detected a significant sum of cash, Tk 350 million, in the bank accounts of the managing director of the private National Credit and Commerce Bank Ltd. (NCC), Mosleh Uddin Ahmed. The deposits have been made by borrowers of the bank, consulting firms, financial institutions as well from the stock market.Special investigations by the Bangladesh Financial Intelligence Unit (BFIU) revealed this information. The transactions were made in the names of the MD and his wife through several banks, financial institutions and brokerage houses. BFIU has seized Mosleh Uddin Ahmed’s accounts with five banks including NCC, Jamuna Bank, Prime Bank, City Bank and Premier Bank as well as with Reliance Finance and International Leasing.In the special report BFIU said the MD had abused power, resorted to corruption and evaded taxes.Letters have been sent to the NBR (National Board of Revenue) and the Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC) to carry out investigations into the sources of Mosleh Uddin’s income and wealth. Bangladesh Bank has started procedures towards his removal.BFIU, operated by Bangladesh Bank officials, scrutinises money laundering and terror financing. Head of the agency, Abu Hena Mohammad Razee Hassan, told Prothom Alo there were some discrepancies in the transactions, adding that the accounts were seized for further investigation. As per the law, the issue is being forwarded to other authorities for further action, he said.Mosleh Uddin Ahmed was the deputy managing director of Jamuna Bank till 2015. He joined as additional managing director of NCC Bank on 9 December 2015. In 2017, he was appointed as the MD there.Mosleh Uddin, however, denied that the cash was illegally procured. “I worked at several national and international banks in my 30-year career and taught at various universities too.” He explained that he sold “land worth Tk 40 million” and his wife, too, was a professional. “I can account for all my cash,” he said adding, “I am a victim of vengeance.”According to the BFIU investigation, a total of Tk 350 million has been deposited in the five banks, two financial institutions and four brokerage houses. Among this, Tk 599,840 of his monthly salary is deposited in his account with the NCC Bank Bhaban branch. He opened a foreign currency account there too. Over a period of time, $ 5,000 was deposited in the account and then on 31 January another $ 8,000 was deposited.Though Mosleh Uddin joined NCC Bank in 2015, deposits were regularly being made in his Jamuna Bank account. He has a joint account with his wife, Luna Sharmin, at Jamuna Bank. Deposits of Tk 60 million and Tk 3.50 million were made respectively. Another Tk 40 million was deposited by Western Engineering on 5, 12, 15 and 25 April in 2018.Mosleh Uddin Ahmed and his wife have three accounts operated individually and jointly. A total of Tk 60 million was deposited in these accounts. Another Tk 43.3 million was credited to his account with the Islamic banking branch of Prime Bank. His Premier Bank account was credited with Tk 20.8 million.He has deposits of Tk 40 million and Tk 20 million with Reliance Finance and International Leasing respectively. He also opened accounts with four brokerage houses including City Brokerage, Securities, CSML Securities and E-Securities under the NCC Bank. A total of Tk 20.26 million were in the accounts.Who gave the cash?Western Engineering which credited Mosleh Uddin’s account with Tk 40 million is a client of both Jamuna Bank and NCC Bank. He opened fixed deposits of Tk 30 million and Tk 10 million with the cash.”Western Engineering was never my client during my career,” Mosleh Uddin said, “They had paid NCC Bank with the privilege of interest remission before I joined the bank,” and added, “Though they sought loans, I didn’t approve.””I’ve sold land to them and have kept the Tk 40 million with two financial institutions,” he said.According to the investigation report, the land he sold to the Western Engineering at Ashulia last year was worth Tk 5.1 million while he took Tk 40 million for it.An NCC Bank official deposited Tk 4.5 million in Mosleh Uddin’s NCC bank account on 3 December 2018 and withdrew the amount the following day. This was used to buy saving certificate later, the investigation further revealed.”We’ve met the Bangladesh bank governor regarding the issue on Sunday night and informed him that we’d take action if he was proved guilty,” chairman of NCC Bank Nurun Newaz Selim told Prothom Alo. “But no one innocent should be made guilty,” he said.In a statement submitted to the NBR on 30 June last year, Moslem Uddin said, he owned Tk 206.7 million in total. He included the NCC Bank account assessment only there and said he earned Tk 8.8 million in the fiscal 2017-18. The statement did not mention his funds with other banks or in the stock market.BFIU has termed this as false information in his income statement which is a ‘tax related offence’ according to the Money Laundering Prevention Act, 2012.Bank MDs are not abiding by the rules nowadays, former Bangladesh Bank governor Saleh Uddin Ahmed told Prothom Alo. They are obliged to follow the orders of the board of directors, he said.This has happened as they are not upholding the interest of the general depositors which is frustrating for the whole banking sector, he observed.Khondokar Ibrahim Khaled, former deputy governor of Bangladesh Bank, said top officials of any bank are supposed to the strongest protectors of the clients’ deposits, they are misappropriating the funds.Without the help of the MDs, it was not possible for the big businessmen to extract money from the banks, he said. These funds remain in default for years, he said.Just the removal of the dishonest banker was not enough. He must face criminal charges leading to exemplary punishment, he said and emphasised that the central bank must exercise its power to save the banking sector and the government must not intervene.*This report, originally published in Prothom Alo print edition, has been rewritten in English by Nusrat Nowrin.last_img read more

Intrinsically worthy Jean Vaniers legacy to people with disabili …

first_img Share This! Yonat Shimron Yonat Shimron is an RNS National Reporter and Senior Editor.,Load Comments,Asia Bibi, a Christian woman acquitted of blasphemy, leaves Pakistan By: Yonat Shimron YonatShimron Moody Bible Institute to stop publishing student paper Buttigieg walks fine line in courting religious left August 29, 2019 Facebook Twitter Pinterest LinkedIn ReddIt Email,(RNS) — Jean Vanier’s ministry to people with developmental disabilities began with a simple gesture: He invited three men who had spent the majority of their lives in a large institution to come and live with him.The four settled into a house in the small village of Trosly-Breuil in France in 1964. Soon more homes opened, and L’Arche, a worldwide network of homes where people with and without intellectual disabilities live and work together as peers, was born.Vanier, a Catholic who believed people with developmental disabilities were intrinsically worthy and had something to give and teach others, died Tuesday (May 7) at age 90 in France.A winner of the Templeton Prize and numerous other honors, Vanier (pronounced Van-YAY),  transformed the way people think of caring for the disabled.But his impact was just as great on Christian ethics.“He was a person of profound humility that was able to see into the heart of disabled people and know that they were fully human,” said Stanley Hauerwas, a Christian ethicist and Duke Divinity School professor emeritus.Hauerwas, who co-authored a book with Vanier, “Living Gently in a Violent World: The Prophetic Witness of Weakness,” said Vanier challenged people’s presumptions of self-importance and showed that the least presentable people are part of God’s plan and, indeed, its very core.Jean Vanier shaking hands with one of the core members of L’Arche Daybreak, John Smeltzer, in October 2009. Photo by Warren Pot/Creative CommonsIt was not a given that Vanier should devote his life to people at the margins. He was born into a prestigious, well-to-do Canadian family. His father was the British monarch’s representative in Canada, the governor general. Vanier trained for a career as a naval officer with the British and later Canadian navies but then resigned his commission and went to France, where he earned a doctorate in philosophy. His appeared to be a life of upward mobility.Butt in 1964, he decided to follow his mentor, a Dominican priest named Thomas Philippe who had become a chaplain to a small institution for people with disabilities. Wanting to be close to him, and horrified by the way disabled people were treated in institutions, Vanier bought a house nearby and took in people with profound developmental and intellectual disabilities.“The cry of people with disabilities was a very simple cry: Do you love me? That’s what they were asking,” Vanier wrote. “And that awoke something deep within me because that was also my fundamental cry.”While the L’Arche organization — the word means arch or bridge — was sometimes critiqued for not addressing policy concerning people with disabilities, it was also prized for offering homes where disabled and able-bodied could live side by side as equals. Daily rituals, such as meals, prayers and birthday celebrations, are shared.Susan McSwain, who co-founded a Durham, N.C.-based Christian nonprofit that offers various programs for developmentally and intellectually disabled people, said Vanier was a major influence on her work.In particular, she cited Vanier’s commitment to mutuality in friendship.“A lot of work with people with disabilities comes from a mindset of someone who has something to give somebody who doesn’t have something,” said McSwain, the co-founder of Reality Ministries. “It’s a one-way street. Jean Vanier turned all that on its head by saying, ‘We’re incomplete without each other.’”His work was also distinctly Christian, though L’Arche homes are ecumenical and interfaith.Vanier talked of the brokenness of both the disabled and the abled, and of the transformation that can happen through relationships of mutuality. He also founded a similar organization, Faith and Light,  which consists of small groups that meet regularly to support and celebrate people with developmental disabilities.“I’m not interested in doing a good job,” he wrote. “I’m interested in an ecclesial vision for community and in living in a gospel-based community with people with disabilities.”Jean Vanier. Photo courtesy of Templeton Prize, John MorrisonBill Gaventa, who directs the Summer Institute on Theology and Disability, said the homes created by L’Arche — there are now 150 communities in 38 countries — were meant to be spiritual.“At the heart of that community was the sense of spirituality and a spiritual journey that they were all undergoing together,” Gaventa said. “For him, it was about being called to be with the marginalized, the weak and the wounded, or as the Apostle Paul would say, ‘the foolish,’ and what we learn there, rather than from the powerful and the mighty.”L’Arche homes function much like extended families, said Tom Murphy, who has lived in a L’Arche community since 2002 and serves as a member of the board of directors for L’Arche Boston North.“L’Arche is a place that provides services and care and licenses with the state to make sure disability services are carried out with excellence,” said Murphy, who is writing his doctoral dissertation on Vanier. ‘But along with that is family.”For Vanier, who never married and early in life considered the priesthood, living among people with disabilities was a religious calling.Yet Vanier was also a man who loved to laugh and play. He spoke frequently about how his friends with intellectual disabilities taught him how to have fun and not to take life too seriously, Murphy said.James Martin, a Catholic priest and the editor at large at America, a national weekly magazine published by the Jesuits, was quoted as saying of Vanier, “During his life, there was no one I thought more deserving of the title ‘living saint.’” By: Yonat Shimron YonatShimron Share This! Share This! Yonat Shimron YonatShimron News News Facebook Twitter Pinterest LinkedIn ReddIt Email,About the authorView All Posts Facebook Twitter Pinterest LinkedIn ReddIt Email DIY Faith • News Dinner church movement sets the table for food, faith and friendships August 29, 2019 By: Yonat Shimron YonatShimron Share This! Facebook Twitter Pinterest LinkedIn ReddIt Email Tagsdevelopmentally disabled disability homepage featured Jean Vanier L’Arche,You may also like Share This! 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Pugh Wins Dem Mayoral Primary in Baltimore

first_imgCatherine Pugh, a three-term state senator who owns a public relations firm, celebrates Tuesday, April 26, 2016, in Baltimore after winning the democratic nomination in Baltimore’s mayoral race. (AP Photo/Juliet Linderman)ANNAPOLIS, Md. (AP) —Catherine Pugh, a state senator and owner of a public relations firm, has won the Democratic primary for mayor of Baltimore.The 65-year-old lawmaker defeated 11 other candidates, including former Mayor Sheila Dixon. She is expected to win the general election in Baltimore, a Democratic stronghold.Pugh is a three-term state senator who also served on the Baltimore City Council for five years before she was appointed to the Maryland House of Delegates.She secured numerous endorsements in the months and weeks leading up to the primary. That included an endorsement from Councilman Nick Mosby, who waged an unsuccessful campaign for mayor that ended the day before early voting began April 14.last_img read more

11 Great TV Shows With Terrible Endings

first_img We’re on the eve of the Game of Thrones finale, and let’s be frank: people aren’t happy. HBO’s fantasy epic has been going wildly off the rails as showrunners David Benioff and D. B. Weiss try to wrap up the epic in a way that is satisfying and true to its characters. Whether they succeed or not is still up in the air, but if they blow it they won’t be alone.Sticking the landing is one of the toughest parts of any serialized story, and some of the best TV shows in history didn’t manage to pull it off. Before Sunday, remember these great TV shows with terrible endings. Spoilers, obviously.Lost(Photo Credit: Mario Perez / ABC via Getty Images)It’s hard to overstate the incredible cultural impact Lost had in its prime. J.J. Abrams’ ensemble drama was next level in the way it teased out clues to the mystery behind the island, from the reveal of the man inside the hatch, the Others, the Dharma Initiative, the frozen wheel… and with each episode, fans shared theories about what it all meant and how it fit together. So when the last season wrapped up in 2010, we wanted it all to pay off. And… it didn’t. The climax of the struggle between Jacob and the Man in Black, in John Locke’s body, involves a glowing cave and the cast gathering in a church in Limbo smiling like fools before walking into the light. It was resoundingly panned after it aired and hasn’t improved since.Stream it HereDexter(Photo Credit: Randy Tepper / Showtime)Showtime’s serial killer drama Dexter had ups and downs throughout its run and was in pretty serious decline by the end, but they still managed to screw up the finale in a way that had fans very crabby. The antagonist of the season, a serial killer who removes pieces of brain, turns out to be the son of the psychopath expert who is counseling Dexter. That’s all well and good, and the season escalated towards what seemed like a suitable climax, with Dexter burying his sister and committing suicide by sailing into a hurricane. But! He faked it, and the finale’s climactic scene showed a bearded Dexter working at an Oregon lumber camp? This just seemed like a sop to “well, we might want to bring him back? Someday?” but drained all the tension from the ending.Stream it HerePretty Little Liars(Photo Credit: Eric McCandless / Freeform)The CW’s long-running teen murder drama was the best kind of junk entertainment, melding gleeful sleaziness with whiplash-inducing plotlines. But when you sell a story on the identity of a mysterious manipulator behind the scenes, you really have to pay that off. PLL… did not do that. If you never tuned in, the series followed a quartet of high school girls being tormented by a mysterious figure called “A,” who went to absurd ends to ruin their lives. Over the course of seven seasons, viewers followed all sorts of clues and hints to figure out who A was. And then the finale came, and revealed that it was… a character we’d never even seen or heard of. Alex Drake was Spencer’s long-lost and forgotten twin, motivated by jealousy and abandonment. It hit with a resounding thud.Stream it HereLife On Mars(Photo Credit: ABC)The British version of this very cool time-displaced cop show used the “it was all just a dream” ending, which is a cop-out but not bad enough to put it on this list. The American version, though? Much worse. When police detective Sam Tyler is hit by a car in 2008 and wakes up in 1973, it kicks off a mind-bending season where he tries to find an explanation for his new existence, solve cases, and try not to accidentally change the future. Throughout, he’s beset by bizarre hallucinations that indicate something deeper might be going on. The series finale revealed that — surprise! — both his 2008 life and his 1973 life were illusory, and he’s actually a crewmember on the first manned mission to Mars. Everything we’d seen was just the work of a malfunctioning virtual reality dream. Huh.Stream it HereChuck(Photo Credit: NBC)NBC’s spy comedy about a computer geek who gets a database of espionage information blasted into his brain flirted with cancellation a few times, but fans always managed to step in and make enough noise to keep it going. However, when the fifth season ended up being its last, the show disappointed the same fans with a very unsatisfying finale. In the two-part episode, the Intersect has wiped Sarah’s memory, essentially erasing the relationship she and Chuck had built over the entire show. After some shenanigans and resolutions for the supporting cast, Chuck meets Sarah at a beach and tells her the story of the whole series through flashbacks. He then kisses her, but does it restore her memory? Lord knows, because they faded to black without giving us any sort of resolution.Stream it HereAngel(Photo Credit: 20th Century Fox Television)The Buffy spin-off never got as much love as the original show, but there was a lot to love about Angel. It really did a lot of good work establishing its supporting cast and introducing new characters and themes to the Buffyverse, and the lead character had to make some interesting moral choices. Unfortunately, the finale took a big risk that just didn’t pay off. Angel and crew must face off against the Circle of the Black Thorn, the earthly servants of the Senior Partners, in order to save Los Angeles and the world. During the day, each major cast member savors their last time on Earth, and at night we get big fights until the very end, which shows Angel, Spike, Gunn and Illyria in the rain facing off against a demonic army — and then cutting to black. Not satisfying.Stream it HereSt. ElsewhereProbably the “patient zero” for WTF series endings, St. Elsewhere baffled the hell out of fans when it went off the air in May of 1998. The series had followed the lives of a group of teaching doctors at a Boston hospital and really laid the groundwork for the next few decades of medical dramas. It was never a massive popular hit, but its audience was seriously dedicated. The series was grounded and realistic for the most part, so when the final episode hit and revealed that the entire show viewers had watched for six seasons was all just a daydream in the head of an autistic kid. It definitely got people talking, but they weren’t saying anything good.Stream it HereSons of Anarchy(Photo Credit: FX Networks)FX’s biker drama was certainly not the most subtle of shows, but at its best it portrayed a brotherhood slowly fraying under the pressure of the past, with some really fine performances. In the show’s final season, protagonist Jax Teller was consumed with getting revenge for the death of his wife Tara, to the detriment of the club’s other activities. It was perfectly good TV up until the absolutely absurd last moments, where Jax leads a police chase on the highway only to drift into oncoming traffic and get pancaked by a truck driver. The shot could have worked if it wasn’t for the absolutely dire CGI Kurt Sutter used to convey it, which instantly took us out of any emotional reaction because we couldn’t believe how corny it looked.Stream it HereThe X-Files(Photo Credit: 20th Century Fox Television)The last season of The X-Files saw the once genre-defining show struggling to keep its footing. As they careened towards a finale, the producers probably realized that there was absolutely no way for them to wrap up the rat’s nest of conspiracies, alien abductions and secret science in any kind of neat little bow. The episode, entitled “The Truth,” did return Fox Mulder to the cast, which was good, but then it wasted him on deeply dull military tribunal scenes. At the end, we learn that aliens will colonize earth on December 22, 2012, and the two leads bed down in a motel room in Roswell, New Mexico to await the coming apocalypse. Not very satisfying, but what could have been under the circumstances?Stream it HereBattlestar Galactica(Photo Credit: NBC)Here’s an example of how a pretty solid finale can be just totally decimated by a single badly conceived scene. Ronald D. Moore’s reboot of hokey late-70s sci-fi show Battlestar Galactica is widely recognized as one of the best efforts in the genre. It’s a rich, complex, adult take on war and survival that went through some serious twists and turns over the course of four seasons. In the finale, the Galactica goes on a suicide mission to rescue the Cylon-human hybrid Hera, and it’s a stirring, exciting climax that ends with the ship landing on an inhabitable world far away from the chaos they knew. And then there’s the coda, which wrecks it all, as we skip 150,000 years into the future to reveal that new planet… was actually Earth, and the Galactica’s crew the first humans. It just doesn’t land with any gravity and feels way too corny for such a great show.Stream it HereQuantum Leap(Photo Credit: NBC)Sometimes a bad ending isn’t on the show’s creators, but the network airing it. One of the most imaginative shows of the late 1980s and early 90s was cancelled after its fifth season, and the final episode, “Mirror Image,” really let us down hard. The producers knew that it might be the end for the show, so they wrote an unusual story where Sam leaps into his own hometown at the moment of his birth, and seeing himself in the mirror for the first time in the show’s history. We then learn that Sam can stop leaping whenever he wants, but he created Project Quantum Leap to set the world right. After leaping once more to save Al’s marriage, we got a wildly unsatisfying title card reading “Dr. Sam Becket never returned home.” Great, thanks.Stream it HereMore on Geek.com:Here Are the Most Binge-Watched Shows in Every State20 Years Later, How ‘SpongeBob SquarePants’ Still Feels FreshThe Story of ‘Warrior,’ Bruce Lee’s Long-Delayed TV Series ‘Game of Thrones’ Director Explains Why Arya Ambushed the Night King’Game of Thrones’ Star Sophie Turner Predicts Sansa Stark’s Future Stay on targetlast_img read more

Fresh clash at Sandeshkhali adds fuel to TMCBJP fire

first_imgKolkata: Despite two weeks having passed since the results of Lok Sabha Elections 2019 came out, political clashes continue to rage on in the state.On Saturday, a Trinamool Congress worker was allegedly shot dead by BJP-backed miscreants. Following that, workers of both the parties got involved in a clash and two BJP workers were reportedly killed in the scuffle. On Sunday, a delegation of Trinamool Congress visited Bhangipara in Sandeshkhali and alleged that BJP is trying to spark terror across the state. Trinamool Congress secretary general Partha Chatterjee on Sunday alleged that BJP is trying to instigate violence and killing their workers. Also Read – Rs 13,000 crore investment to provide 2 lakh jobs: MamataAccording to sources, on Saturday afternoon local Trinamool leaders had organised an election review meeting at Bhangipara, Nyazat in Sandeshkhali. Following the meeting, Trinamool had arranged a rally in the area. It has been alleged that BJP workers attacked the Trinamool workers when the rally was underway. Within moments, the area nearly turned into a battlefield. During the clash, a Trinamool worker identified as Kayum Mollah was allegedly shot dead by BJP-backed miscreants. Following the alleged attack by BJP workers, Trinamool workers reportedly retaliated. Also Read – Lightning kills 8, injures 16 in stateOn the other hand, BJP workers alleged that Trinamool-backed miscreants had attacked the BJP workers and killed three of them. But till Sunday night, the death of only two BJP workers was confirmed. The BJP workers who were killed on Saturday were identified as Sukanta Mondal and Pradip Mondal. Upon receiving the news, police from Sandeshkhali police station went to the spot but were not able to reach there as the number of personnel was inadequate. Later, a huge police force along with Rapid Action Force (RAF) was called in. After entering the Bhangipara area, police were obstructed while taking away the bodies of the deceased. Later, police dispersed the mob and recovered the bodies. On Sunday, a delegation team of Trinamool Congress lead by the party’s North 24-Parganas President Jyotipriya Mallick went to Sandeshkhali to assess the situation. The other members of the delegation team were MLA Nirmal Ghosh, Sujit Bose and Tapas Roy. They talked with the local residents and police administration regarding Saturday’s clash. Later, Roy alleged that BJP is in a hurry to take over Bengal and for that they are resorting to violence. “The Union Home Ministry has sought a report on Saturday’s incident in Sandeshkhali. Why has it not been done for other areas? Why is the Home Ministry silent about the Nimta Trinamool worker’s murder or the incident of Barrackpore?” Roy questioned. Mallick also alleged that BJP is using contract killers to murder Trinamool workers. On Sunday, a BJP delegation team went to Sandeshkhali as well and interacted with the families of the two workers who were killed on Saturday. Later, party leadership tried to take the bodies to Kolkata, which was not permitted by the police, anticipating a law and order situation. The bodies were later taken back to Sandeshkhali for cremation.last_img read more

Toyota Patents Smart Windshield Tech So You Never Have to Take Your

first_img Free Workshop | August 28: Get Better Engagement and Build Trust With Customers Now This hands-on workshop will give you the tools to authentically connect with an increasingly skeptical online audience. 2 min read This story originally appeared on PCMag March 31, 2016 Windshields may be getting a smart upgrade in the future, if Toyota has anything to do with it.According to Autoblog, the Japanese automaker has patented augmented reality windshield technology that could keep you better informed about what’s up ahead. Automotive head-up displays already show things like speed and navigation directions on the windshield, the report notes, but Toyota’s patent takes this a step further: it dynamically moves information around to the optimal spot.”An [engine control module] analyzes the steering angle and speed, a front-mounted camera identifies the lane markings, and an interior camera finds the driver’s viewpoint,” the report notes. “By combining this data, the system moves the information around the windshield to be in the best location.”For instance, as you start driving faster and gazing father into the distance, the display will move up and get smaller, so it’s easier to see.”Toyota’s patent seems both incredibly useful and quite realistic,” Autoblog says. “The individual components for this tech already exist, but [Toyota’s] idea employs them in new ways. We hope the company licenses the idea out for other HUDs because the applications could be a lot of fun.”The technology could, for instance, be particularly useful if combined with Samsung’s Smart Windshield for motorcycles, eliminating the need to look down. Unveiled earlier this week, Samsung’s high-tech screen syncs with your mobile device to report incoming calls and texts, highlight GPS navigation, and provide other notifications — “so you can keep both hands on the handlebar.” Enroll Now for Freelast_img read more

The Future Creates the Present – Smart Meetings

first_imgThe future creates the present. Is this idea new to you? In March I had the welcome opportunity to keynote a Smart Meetings gathering, in the Seattle area. Afterwards, the hosts interviewed me about a key concept in my keynote, that our image of the future in powerful in creating the present. See the video below.[embedded content]Smart Meetings is a great operation by the way.last_img

Only 20 of gay bi and lesbians would have unprotected sex with

first_imgOnly one in five gay, lesbian and bisexual people would feel comfortable having ‘unprotected’ sex with someone living with HIV.This is despite knowing they’re on effective treatment, where the HIV+ person can’t even pass it on. Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading… GAYSTARNEWS- eTN Chatroom for Readers (join us) The research also reveals almost a third of LGB people would ‘swipe left’ and reject someone on a dating app who is living with HIV.24% of respondents said they weren’t sure which way they’d swipe, with less than half (44%) saying they would swipe right.‘[It] is always met with surprise’Sadiq, a circus performer from London who is living with HIV and on effective treatment, said: ‘I find the information that I can’t pass HIV on is always met with surprise.‘Knowing I can’t pass it on opens up a world where I’m OK to be HIV positive and still have relationships, without the virus being a barrier,’ he said.The research aims to highlight stigma against people living with HIV. It also promotes Terrence Higgins Trust’s ‘Can’t Pass It On’ campaign, aiming to break the myths surrounding HIV transmission.Sadiq said: ‘The Can’t Pass It On campaign gives people living with HIV a very easy way to inform and educate without having to get into specifics.’Ian Green, Chief Executive at Terrence Higgins Trust, said: ‘It’s so important to get this message out to as many people as possible.‘Amazing medical progress has been made, but knowledge of HIV quite clearly hasn’t kept up with that progress,’ he said.Got a news tip? Want to share your story? Email us . New YouGov research from Terrence Higgins Trust today (6 July) reveals HIV stigma is still rife within the LGBTI community.They took two sample sizes of 2,060 adults and 2,184 adults – of which 191 and 170 were gay, lesbian and bisexual.Can’t Pass It On campaign. | Photo: suppliedThe research reveals ‘most people’ are unaware of what it means to be on effective treatment and not pass on HIV.People living with HIV who are on effective treatment and are undetectable cannot pass the virus onto sexual partners, regardless of whether they use a condom or not.The PARTNER study examined 58,000 instances of sex between an HIV positive person on effective treatment and a partner without HIV, and there were zero cases of HIV transmission. People on effective HIV treatment can’t pass the virus on… so stop blocking me on apps!Not one case of HIV transmission from HIV positive gay men on effective treatmentScience trumps HIV stigma: ‘When we are undetectable we can’t pass the virus on’Read the full article on Gaystarnews:  :https://www.gaystarnews.com/article/gay-bi-lesbian-reject-someone-hiv-unprotected-effective-treatment/last_img read more

Here are the genderneutral words and phrases you should know

first_imgeTN Chatroom for Readers (join us) It’s Back to School season! What better way to let your non-binary students, peers, or friends feel included than by using gender-neutral language?Teen Vogue recently published a guide to using gender-neutral language. UK Government changes official guidance to include non-binary people on formsLondon Underground set to remove gendered language in train announcementsTory MP proposes American-style trans toilet restrictions in UKRead the full article on Gaystarnews:  :https://www.gaystarnews.com/article/gender-neutral-phrases-to-know/ Here are some suggestions for making the non-binary folks in your life feel included.Simple changesOne simple thing you could do is replace phrases like ‘ladies and gentlemen’ with ‘everybody.’‘Using gendered terms — such as “ladies [and] gentlemen” — is highly presumptuous. Especially in today’s society, in which many persons are aware that they don’t identify as male or female and therefore are uncomfortable with this type of language,’ Dara Hoffman-Fox, a professional counselor, told Teen Vogue.Another thing you could do is refrain from using ‘-man’ descriptors, such as ‘postman’ or ‘fireman.’Instead, we can say things like ‘postal worker’ or ‘firefighter’. This way, we normalize the idea that anyone can perform these jobs — not just those who identify as men.‘When we speak about “mankind” or “the achievements of man,” what we’re doing is confirming the subconscious bias that men are intellectually, morally, and physically superior to women. Which is clearly untrue,’ Sam Dowd, a British didactics expert, told Teen Vogue.‘By using such language, we exclude women — and, for that matter, nonbinary people — from history.’Examples of non-binary phrasingHere are some other examples of simple changes you can make to ensure your language is inclusive.Folks, folx, or everybody instead of guys or ladies/gentlemanHumankind instead of mankindPeople instead of man/menMembers of Congress instead of congressmenCouncilperson instead of councilman/councilwomanFirst-year student instead of freshmanMachine-made, synthetic, or artificial instead of man-madeParent or pibling instead of mother/fatherChild instead of son/daughterKiddo instead of boy/girlSibling instead of sister/brotherNibling instead of niece/nephewPartner, significant other, or spouse instead of girlfriend/boyfriend or wife/husbandFlight attendant instead of steward/stewardessSalesperson or sales representative instead of salesman/saleswomanServer instead of waiter/waitress‘Some people may argue that such concerns are unimportant, but if you consider that language is the primary filter through which we perceive the world, it’s obvious that it affects how we relate to and make judgments about one another,’ Dowd said. ‘Until now, history has been written and told by men, to the detriment of others. Part of any attempt to create a society in which all people — regardless of gender, sexuality or race — have equal opportunities and freedoms is to use language that no longer excludes certain groups or creates unconscious bias.’Language is important, even if non-binary people aren’t aroundThe Teen Vogue article also notes that just because you don’t think a non-binary person is in earshot doesn’t mean binary language is okay. Not all non-binary people present androgynous, thus making them easily mistaken for the gender they were assigned at birth.‘It’s fairly common for people to assume that a nonbinary person isn’t in the room,’ Hoffman-Fox said. ‘The truth is, there is no way someone could know that, unless they have had conversations with every person in the vicinity and have asked them if they use binary terms to describe themselves.’Additionally, Hoffman-Fox urges people to speak up about the use of binary language.‘Some people will be comfortable with being very direct, like: “Excuse me, but when you used ladies to describe our friend group, it leaves out those who are uncomfortable with being gendered as female,”’ Hoffman-Fox explains.‘Some may want to take a more subtle approach, such as repeatedly using a gender-neutral term within earshot of the person using binary language.’‘Depending on the situation, you can address the situation with the person publicly or privately, in person or through a message,’ Hoffman-Fox adds. ‘Try to keep it as simple as possible, explaining briefly what binary language is and how it can often result in people feeling invisible.’Binary language harms cis and binary trans people, tooAnd let’s not forget that binary language can also harm cisgender and binary trans people as well.‘There are people who aren’t nonbinary who are uncomfortable with binary gendered terms, thanks to these terms also being experienced as stereotypical,’ Hoffman-Fox said.One example is female-identifying individuals objecting to being called ‘ladies,’ due to the stereotypes that term invokes.‘Shifting to gender-neutral language is of benefit not only to those who are nonbinary but to many others in society who feel that binary terms are inaccurate ways of describing them,’ Hoffman-Fox stated.Anything else?There are a growing number of parents participating in the ‘theybies’ movement. Here, parents make a conscious effort to raise their children gender-neutrally until they’re able to express their own gender identity.In addition, countries such as Japan have introduced gender-neutral school uniforms, thus making the clear binary divide between males and females smaller.Got a news tip? Want to share your story? Email us . Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading… GAYSTARNEWS-last_img read more

CHTA and Dominican Republic signs an agreement

first_imgThe Caribbean Hotel and Tourism Association (CHTA) has signed an agreement with hoteliers and tourism partners in the Dominican RepublicAs a part of a new agreement, a tourism information Centre is being developed by the National Association of Hotels and Restaurants in the Dominican Republic (ASONAHORES) to share research on country’s tourism’s economic impact and activity with CHTA and its members.The partnership also allows ASONAHORES to access reports from CHTA’s data partners, including STR, MasterCard, KPMG, ADARA, Travelzoo, the Caribbean Tourism Organization, the American Resort Development Association and the World Travel and Tourism Council.CHTA will arrange in-country workshops and presentations for ASONAHORES’ members to review data and reports and to provide them with deeper insights and tools useful for destination, organization and property planning.In a bid to further utilize the potential of the region to develop health and medical sector, CHTA and ASONAHORES agreed on a strategy for the development of medical tourism in the region.The information sharing will strengthen ASONAHORES’ advocacy efforts with both the Dominican government and the business community.last_img read more

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first_img AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email by Mesfin Fekadu, The Associated Press Posted Jul 9, 2019 10:49 am PDT FILE – This June 24, 2018 file photo shows Nicki Minaj performing at the BET Awards in Los Angeles. Minaj is pulling out a concert in Saudi Arabia because she says she wants to show support for women’s rights, gay rights and freedom of expression. She was originally scheduled to headline the concert on July 18, 2019. The Human Rights Foundation issued a statement last week, calling for Minaj and other performers to pull out of the show. (Photo by Richard Shotwell/Invision/AP, File) AP Exclusive: Nicki Minaj pulls out of Saudi Arabia concert NEW YORK — Nicki Minaj is pulling out of a concert in Saudi Arabia because she says she wants to show support for women’s rights, gay rights and freedom of expression.“After careful reflection I have decided to no longer move forward with my scheduled concert at Jeddah World Fest. While I want nothing more than to bring my show to fans in Saudi Arabia, after better educating myself on the issues, I believe it is important for me to make clear my support for the rights of women, the LGBTQ community and freedom of expression,” Minaj said in a statement Tuesday to The Associated Press.Minaj was originally scheduled to headline the concert on July 18.In Saudi Arabia, gender segregation between single men and women is still enforced in many restaurants, coffee shops, public schools and universities, but other rules have loosened with women now allowed to drive and attend events in sports stadiums.Jeddah World Fest, which in line with Saudi laws is alcohol and drug-free, is open to people 16 and older and will take place at the King Abdullah Sports Stadium in the Red Sea city. Other performers include former One Direction member Liam Payne and DJ-producer Steve Aoki.The Human Rights Foundation issued a statement last week, calling for Minaj and other performers to pull out of the show. On Tuesday, the New York-based organization praised Minaj’s decision to not perform at the concert.“This is what leadership looks like. We are grateful to Nicki Minaj for her inspiring and thoughtful decision to reject the Saudi regime’s transparent attempt at using her for a public relations stunt,” said Thor Halvorssen, president of the Human Rights Foundation. “The July 18 festival in Saudi Arabia still shows Liam Payne as a performer. We hope that he follows Nicki Minaj’s lead. Minaj’s moral stance differs from celebrity performers like J-Lo and Mariah Carey who in the past have chosen to line their pockets with millions of dollars and stand with dictatorial governments as opposed to with oppressed communities and imprisoned human rights activists.”AdChoices广告Over the past several months, the kingdom has seen performances by Carey, Enrique Iglesias, the Black Eyed Peas, Sean Paul, David Guetta and Tiesto. That’s a stark change from when Saudi morality police would raid establishments that played loud music.Saudi organizers said the Jeddah World Fest will be broadcast globally. The kingdom is also promising quick electronic visas for international visitors who want to attend.Saudi Arabia saw profound change last year as a result of Saudi Arabia’s Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman’s top-down reform efforts, including the opening of the first movie theatre and the lifting of the world’s only ban on women driving.In December 2018, women — some without headscarves — drove themselves to a Formula-E car race where thousands of young Saudis and hundreds of international visitors partied into the night at concerts. The spectacle would have been unthinkable until recently in the ultra-conservative kingdom where religious police used to enforce strict gender segregation and scolded women for not covering their hair.But there’s a hard limit to the reforms — as revealed by the brutal killing of Saudi writer Jamal Khashoggi by Saudi agents close to the crown prince in October and the reported torture of several women’s rights activists in detention. While the arena for entertainment is widening, the space for political engagement and dissent has virtually disappeared.The 33-year-old crown prince, backed by his father King Salman, presides over a nation where he alone defines the pace and scope of change.____Associated Press writer Aya Batrawy in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, contributed to this report.Mesfin Fekadu, The Associated Presslast_img read more

Temperatures to go over 40C as of the weekend

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