Gabor

25 Jun 19
Not Otherwise Specified

  Although clinical work isn’t my primary professional responsibility, I love to keep a toe dipped in the water, so I co-facilitate an intensive outpatient group twice a week. It keeps me connected and inspired. A few times a year, we take a break from facilitating our normal therapeutic rotation and offer a structured gratitude […]

25 Jun 19
Szürrealizmus

As I enter the first room of the exhibition and I begin to read the introductory notes of the curators, I can hear a cat meowing in the background. The lady in the room looks around and asks me if I can hear the cat, too. Yes, I do, I answer. The thing is, we […]

25 Jun 19
Imaginations of Expressions

The rainbow was a sign from God. The rainbow is a symbol of gay pride. Queer was rejected by gay and straight. Queer is now accepted by LGBT. The most feminine guys had dated most women. The most feminine guy is a woman. The social network was outside. The social network is online. Every classroom […]

25 Jun 19
Gabor's book blog

I picked up this book in Waterstones’ cafe last year. The beginning intrigued me. The premise is that Harry August is re-born each time he dies.  He lives his life over again, albeit never in the same way.  He accumulates knowledge and experience across his lifetimes, as do others of his rare kind. The story […]

25 Jun 19
Bug In Your Ear

We live in a diet culture. Keto, Paleo, blah, blah, blah there are a million and two diets out there. Maybe we’ve given into the idea that a diet something like this. What we eat day to day isn’t the diet but the things we do to lose weight are. Right? Wrong. A diet is […]

25 Jun 19
Precision Powerlifting Systems

Written by: Kevin Cann   I was talking with Zak Gabor in the gym yesterday and we were discussing Thomas Kuhn’s “Structure of Scientific Revolutions.”  In one part of the book, Kuhn shows a picture.  What do you see, a rabbit or a duck?     Let us say that when you look at it, […]

25 Jun 19

I heard this term in a yoga lecture the other day and I was struck by how true it is, especially now within the yoga world, where there is so much emphasis on how you look in your leggings or yoga bra, and how you compare to others. When you get to be a crone […]

25 Jun 19
BudapestChessNews

Balaton International Chess Festival GM-Final Ranking GM Aczel Gergely shared first with 6/9 Rk. Name Rtg FED 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Pts.  TB1   TB2   TB3 1 IM Kevlishvili Robby 2473 NED * ½ 1 ½ 0 ½ 1 ½ 1 1 6,0 23,50 0,0 4 2 GM Aczel Gergely […]

25 Jun 19
Arcynewsy

A significant problem in the treatment of cancer patients remains drug resistance, which often causes chemotherapy treatments to fail. Scientists in recent years have hypothesized that the differences between cells, also known as cellular heterogeneity, help to bring out drug resistance. Previous studies suggest that these effects depend on drug levels. To date this theory […]

25 Jun 19
Best Books Hub

Best PRINCE2 Foundation Books PRINCE2 Study Guide 1st Edition by David Hinde Prince2 for Beginners :Prince2 self study for Certification & Project Management 1st Edition by Bryan Mathis Passing the PRINCE2 Exams For Dummies by Nick Graham  PRINCE2T: A Practical Handbook, Third Edition 3rd Edition by Colin Bentley  Prince2 2017 Certification Foundation and Practitioner Guidebook […]

24 Jun 19
One World , One Muddyslovak

XXIII It’s almost 22:00 ( 10 o’clock ) and I’ve just arrived home from a long day out. I’ve popped in and out until 1800 , stopping to get my notebook. I decided to go to the cafe in the park. It’s just around the block and it is a very cool place to eat […]

24 Jun 19
BudapestChessNews

U18 Rank after Round 5 Rk. SNo Name FED Rtg  TB1   TB2   TB3 1 1 FM Papp Levente HUN 2350 4,5 15,0 13,5 2 2 FM Vanczak Tamas HUN 2311 3,5 17,5 11,0 3 5 Udvardi Zalan HUN 2211 3,5 14,0 10,5 4 3 FM Kokeny Norbert Adrian HUN 2268 3,5 12,0 10,5 5 13 […]

24 Jun 19
National Post

An expert said a flight crew would have discovered the woman in the morning, but it’s possible someone with malicious intent could hide on a plane in this manner

24 Jun 19
WAVY.com
TORONTO, CANADA (CNN) – It’s not rare to take a nap during a long flight, but one Canadian woman said she fell asleep on a plane and then woke up all alone, hours after touchdown. The Air Canada plane was empty when Tiffani O’Brien woke up alone. “Just a sheer sense of helplessness when you feel like you’re locked on this aircraft,” said O’Brien. She was flying from Quebec City to Toronto’s Pearson Airport. She says she was in an empty row of seats and fell asleep, but when she woke up, everyone was gone. “And it was completely pitch black. I thought this is a nightmare; this is not happening.” Then she says in a panic she texted her friend Deanna Dale, who drove her to the airport, trying to explain what happened. The friend texted back that she called Pearson customer service. Dale told CTV News, “And I said her plane would have landed two hours ago. She texted me that she just woke up. I said I don’t know what’s going on, but she’s at the airport.” O’Brien’s phone died. She says she began looking for ways to escape and was able to enter the cockpit. “I was so scared that I’m going to touch something that’s wrong, but I knew I had to do something and I found a flashlight and was so happy. That was like the best moment ever.” Then O’Brien says she managed to open the door of the plane, but the drop to the tarmac was steep. She was eventually rescued by ground crew. Passenger rights advocate Gabor Lukacs says this a rare occurrence, but it raises serious security concerns. “If this had happened to someone else who may have different intentions, injury could have resulted. The passenger had access to the cockpit and could have hypothetically turned on the aircraft. That would not have been a good thing to happen, to say the very least,” said Lukacs. Air Canada confirms the incident, admitting the passenger was left on the aircraft after the flight and the aircraft had been parked. Air Canada is investigating but won’t provide details. O’Brien has hired a lawyer.