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20 Jan 19
The Journaling of Huffman 495

In:picture and graphics editing software program ,software program ,web designHow hoedown you hang on to an excellent graphic ?App is brief for software software however is steadily adapted mean mobile app (extra particular) or computer (more basic).In:SoftwareWhat MIDI software ought to i take advantage of if i’m attempting to create electrical home music? Video editor […]

20 Jan 19
The Journaling of Huffman 495

In:picture and graphics editing software program ,software program ,web designHow hoedown you hang on to an excellent graphic ?App is brief for software software however is steadily adapted mean mobile app (extra particular) or computer (more basic).In:SoftwareWhat MIDI software ought to i take advantage of if i’m attempting to create electrical home music? Video editor […]

20 Jan 19
The Journaling of Huffman 495

In:picture and graphics editing software program ,software program ,web designHow hoedown you hang on to an excellent graphic ?App is brief for software software however is steadily adapted mean mobile app (extra particular) or computer (more basic).In:SoftwareWhat MIDI software ought to i take advantage of if i’m attempting to create electrical home music? Video editor […]

20 Jan 19
The Journaling of Huffman 495

In:picture and graphics editing software program ,software program ,web designHow hoedown you hang on to an excellent graphic ?App is brief for software software however is steadily adapted mean mobile app (extra particular) or computer (more basic).In:SoftwareWhat MIDI software ought to i take advantage of if i’m attempting to create electrical home music? Video editor […]

20 Jan 19
Alec Johnson, Communications Professional

Conference Championship Sunday will be here tomorrow, and both games are shaping up to be showcases of the best offensive talent the NFL has to offer. First is the NFC Championship Game at 3:05 p.m. ET (2:05 p.m. for those in the Central Time Zone) between the Los Angeles Rams and New Orleans Saints at […]

20 Jan 19
The Journaling of Huffman 495

mp3gain -R soundcard takes performance for recording options and audio processing to new heights. The Dante PCIe-R soundcardsupports 256 uncompressed audio channels by means of astoundingly deep round-journey latency.Nidesoft Video ConverterNidesoft Video Converter is a robust video use software which may convert video and audio files between both standard codecs such as convert AVI to […]

20 Jan 19
The Journaling of Huffman 495

mp3gain -R soundcard takes performance for recording options and audio processing to new heights. The Dante PCIe-R soundcardsupports 256 uncompressed audio channels by means of astoundingly deep round-journey latency.Nidesoft Video ConverterNidesoft Video Converter is a robust video use software which may convert video and audio files between both standard codecs such as convert AVI to […]

20 Jan 19
The Journaling of Huffman 495

mp3gain -R soundcard takes performance for recording options and audio processing to new heights. The Dante PCIe-R soundcardsupports 256 uncompressed audio channels by means of astoundingly deep round-journey latency.Nidesoft Video ConverterNidesoft Video Converter is a robust video use software which may convert video and audio files between both standard codecs such as convert AVI to […]

20 Jan 19
The Journaling of Huffman 495

mp3gain -R soundcard takes performance for recording options and audio processing to new heights. The Dante PCIe-R soundcardsupports 256 uncompressed audio channels by means of astoundingly deep round-journey latency.Nidesoft Video ConverterNidesoft Video Converter is a robust video use software which may convert video and audio files between both standard codecs such as convert AVI to […]

20 Jan 19
Bowie's Book Review

Author : Benjamin Alire Sáenz   Genre : Coming of age / YA / Fiction Published : February 21st 2012  “This book took my breath away” – James Howe, Author of The Misfits Summary: Ari Mendoza เด็กผู้ชายอายุ 15 ปี ที่รักการอยู่อย่างสันโดษและมีพี่ชายที่ติดคุก แต่พอเขาได้พบเจอกับเด็กผู้ชายอีกคนหนึ่งนั้นคือ Dante พวกเขาก็กลายเป็นเพื่อนกัน Ari เริ่มที่จะถามคำถามเกี่ยวกับตัวเขาเอง พ่อกับแม่และครอบครัวของเขา ซึ่งเขาไม่เคยที่จะถามมาก่อน Review หนังสือเล่มนี้จะเล่าเรื่องราวของเด็กผู้ชายที่อยู่ในวัยที่กำลังสับสน ทั้งเรื่องเพื่อน เพศ และครอบครัว ซึ่งตัวหลักในเรื่องก็คือ Ari เป็นเด็กผู้ชายที่เก็บกดเรื่องของพี่ชายที่ติดคุก แล้วเขาจำอะไรไม่ได้เลย เพราะว่าตอนนั้นเขายังเด็กมาก และมีแต่ความทรงจำที่ดี ครอบครัวมีแต่รอยยิ้ม แต่เมื่อพี่ชายของเขาติดคุก พ่อและแม่ก็เปลี่ยนไป ครอบครัวไม่มีความสุข แม่ก็ไม่ยอมเล่าว่าพี่ชายเขาทำอะไรผิดถึงติดคุก แล้วทำไมถึงขนาดที่ต้องย้ายบ้าน […]

20 Jan 19
Archy Worldys

NEW ORLEANS – In one way or another, the NFC championship between the Los Angeles Rams and the New Orleans Saints is won by a trainer named Sean – with an Irish surname – who designs games for one of the US's most innovative and prolific offenses calls NFL. The connections between the Saints Sean […]

20 Jan 19
Whale Oil Beef Hooked | Whaleoil Media

When I studied journalism, I was often shocked by the other students’ spelling and grammar. After all, not only were these mostly people who had just completed 12 years of schooling, but they self-evidently aspired to a career as writers. To be sure, no one would expect them, as first-year students, to be accomplished wordsmiths, […]

20 Jan 19
Times-Herald
A wide range of issues were represented by the hundreds of men, women and children who participated in Vallejo’s Women’s March 2019 on Saturday. That included immigration to impeachment, gun safety to wage equality and reproductive rights. T-shirts championed Elizabeth Warren for President and celebrated Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bade Ginsberg; they stated that “Vallejo stands against hate,” and that “A woman’s place is in the revolution.” One said, “I’m with her” next to an image of the Statue of Liberty. Another proclaimed, “End the hissy fit, impeach the toddler,” referring to President Trump. Another read “Kiss my black arts.” Connie Gordon, of Vallejo, creates a sign for the Women’s March through downtown Vallejo on Saturday. (Chris Riley–Times-Herald) Marches were held nationwide on Saturday, but some, like Vallejo’s, dis-affiliated from the National Women’s March over questions of anti-Semitism among the movement’s top leadership. The Vallejo Women’s March was among the first to do this. “There are questions, but we call it the ‘Women Building Vallejo Summit’ because we’re addressing mutual concerns, rather than race, religion and color,” organizer Darcie O’Brien said. Vallejo Poet Laureate D. L. Lang, who was among the speakers later in the day-long affair, was more specific. “I’m glad the Vallejo March has distanced itself from the National, because I believe the National march has not adequately addressed antisemitism in its ranks,” she said. “I’m here because I support women’s rights.” The group gathered across from Vallejo’s Ferry Building, at local artist Jean Cheri’s sculpture “Mother and Child,” where Assemblyman Tim Grayson spoke and people helped themselves to coffee donated by local coffee roaster, Fabrice Moschetti. Kahlina Delacerna, a 9-year-old Vallejo Charter School student was there, holding a sign that read “Women’s March Vallejo” and a book called “She Persisted.” She was there with her father, Dante, who said they’d attended marches in Oakland for the past two years, but felt there was no “better way to continue” their involvement “than at the Vallejo march.” “Also,” he said. “We’re here to recognize the importance of recognizing people who identify as other orientations; to respect those of different ethnicities and backgrounds. It’s 2019, and time for a change.” Pastor Dawn Roginksi of Vallejo’s United In Grace Lutheran Church said she was there to take a stand for women’s rights. She also said she’s “encouraged” by the outcome of the last national election, in which “more women than ever before” won seats in government. Assemblyman Tim Grayson spoke, saying the point of and the need for this national movement was made clear to him some years ago when he asked his young daughter what she wanted to be when she grew up, and she said, “a nurse.” When asked why, she said, “because that’s what girls do,” and he realized that we are “socialized” in this country into certain roles and away from others, depending on factors like gender. “The society we live in socializes injustice and inequity, and it’s beginning to change,” he said. “These walls need to be torn down. I’m here because men and women” are realizing that “women’s rights are human rights.” Grayson’s daughter, he said, is working toward being an emergency room doctor. The group later made its way up to City Hall where several people spoke and the gathering posed for photos. There, a letter from Rep. Mike Thompson (D. St. Helena) was read to the crowd. In it, Thompson said the energy and enthusiasm of those present give him “hope for our district and our nation.” He credited last year’s March with “flipping” the House, in the last election, where Democrats won 40 Republican seats and took the majority. “This year as we celebrate 100 years since women won the right to vote, I look out with pride at the new faces on the House floor. Our Congress now better represents the great diversity of our nation,” it read. The work is not done, as issues and challenges remain, Thompson said in his letter. With activism like that shown Saturday, Thompson said things will continue improving. “Martin Luther King, Jr. once said, ‘The arc of the moral universe is long, but it bends toward justice,’” the letter continued. “Together we will bend that arc toward justice. Together, we will achieve the promise of equality. Together, we will make our nation stronger.” Mayor Bob Sampayan also spoke, after putting away his prepared speech, and continuing “from the heart.” “What you’re doing is something that’s been needed for decades,” he said. “(Fighting for) equality for women, people of color, kids, and against gender and religious bias. The residents of Vallejo who care; (are working toward figuring out) how you as individuals, and as a group, can address issues like racism and sexism and all the other issues. We are one, and I hope we can talk about and think about these issues, not just today, but every day.” Marchers then headed to and through the Farmers Market, and ultimately to Decades, at 350 Georgia St., along the way chanting, “Injustice to one is injustice to all,” “Education not deportation,” “Say it loud, say it clear, refugees are welcome here,” and “Whose streets? Our Streets. Whose streets? Vallejo’s streets.”
20 Jan 19
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