Gear

25 Jun 19
Sonia SO and Associates

The business obsession with the bottom line, making more profits quarter after quarter, often neglects a fundamental aspect of productivity: downtime. Working is like exercise, if you keep working the same muscles nonstop, they’ll be too exhausted to get strong and healthy. Sometimes a change of environment is helpful; it shakes off the doldrums of […]

25 Jun 19
Freezy Knees

It’s just under four weeks until I leave for Bali, and I, an aspiring writer, am keen to document the trip. The issue here is that I have no bloody idea where to start. I’m currently sat in my new West London apartment* attempting to fuel the creative impulse with a freshly brewed coffee and […]

25 Jun 19
AlphaStreet

The lackluster financial performance of Constellation Brands (NYSE: STZ) in the recent quarters has raised speculations about the investment made by the beverage giant in the consumer marijuana business, which is yet to yield the desired results.   The company will be releasing its earnings report for the most recent quarter, ended May 2019, on […]

25 Jun 19
Mike's Raves

Companies have tried smartwatches with cameras built into their bands before (hello Galaxy Gear), but the fixed position usually leads to you contorting your wrist to get a good shot — and you can forget about video chats. Apple might have a solutio…

25 Jun 19
The Irish Sun
PADDY McGuinness has revealed on social media he’s had a vasectomy, sharing with fans how he was feeling post op and even calling the procedure a ‘doddle’. The 45-year-old is already dad to three-year-old Felicity and five-year-old twins Penelope and Leo with wife Christine, 31, but it looks like three is the magic number for the couple. Paddy McGuinness is back home after his vasectomy The new Top Gear host posted a video that went into graphic detail about the op as he recovered at home with a towel full of ice on his crotch. Still wearing his hospital bracelet, Paddy said: “Patient McGuinness is home. Gentlemen, if you’re thinking about having a vasectomy and are a little bit reluctant, as I was, the initial anaesthetic, what they give you into the ol’ pippins, I’m not gonna lie, that’s tender. “It made my eyes water a little bit. “But after that, honestly, it’s a doddle. I’m currently resting up at home with a towel full of ice on the old nicky nacky noos. But I’ll keep you up to speed.” The dad of three revealed he had a bag of ice on his crotch The star joked he was having the snip He captioned the video: “Home now after having the auld snippy snappy snoo. Currently resting up with a bag of ice on my nadgers. #vasectomy #testicletuesday.” The Take Me Out presenter had earlier shared a photo on his Instagram Stories of himself in his hospital gown, with illustrations of cherries between his legs and a pair of scissors superimposed on. Fans of the star praised him for being honest about the procedure, which only takes about 15 minutes. Paddy and Christine have always been very open about their family life, and often discuss their experiences with autism, with all three of their children diagnosed as autistic. Speaking on Loose Women, Christine, 31, said: “[We] wanted six children – but we are done” – adding that her decision was “not because we don’t want another autistic child, but we are stretched because the children do have autism, it’s hard to manage your time.” Paddy was praised by fans for being so open about his surgery The couple already have three beautiful children together [boxout headline=”What is a vasectomy? “] According to the NHS, a vasectomy is a surgical procedure to cut or seal the tubes that carry a man’s sperm to prevent pregnancy, and is usually carried out under local anaesthetic. At more than 9% effective, the procedure is considered a permanent fix, so once it’s done you don’t have to think about contraception again. You will need to use contraception for at least eight to 12 weeks after the operation, because sperm will still be in the tubes leading to the penis. The procedure is very difficult to reverse so patients need to be sure this method is the right one for them. And as always, a vasectomy doesn’t protect against sexually transmitted infections (STIs), so you may need to use condoms as well. [/boxout] Got a story? email digishowbiz@the-sun.co.uk or call us direct on 02077824220. We pay for videos too. Click here to upload yours.
25 Jun 19
The Scottish Sun
PADDY McGuinness has revealed on social media he’s had a vasectomy, sharing with fans how he was feeling post op and even calling the procedure a ‘doddle’. The 45-year-old is already dad to three-year-old Felicity and five-year-old twins Penelope and Leo with wife Christine, 31, but it looks like three is the magic number for the couple. Paddy McGuinness is back home after his vasectomy The new Top Gear host posted a video that went into graphic detail about the op as he recovered at home with a towel full of ice on his crotch. Still wearing his hospital bracelet, Paddy said: “Patient McGuinness is home. Gentlemen, if you’re thinking about having a vasectomy and are a little bit reluctant, as I was, the initial anaesthetic, what they give you into the ol’ pippins, I’m not gonna lie, that’s tender. “It made my eyes water a little bit. “But after that, honestly, it’s a doddle. I’m currently resting up at home with a towel full of ice on the old nicky nacky noos. But I’ll keep you up to speed.” The dad of three revealed he had a bag of ice on his crotch The star joked he was having the snip He captioned the video: “Home now after having the auld snippy snappy snoo. Currently resting up with a bag of ice on my nadgers. #vasectomy #testicletuesday.” The Take Me Out presenter had earlier shared a photo on his Instagram Stories of himself in his hospital gown, with illustrations of cherries between his legs and a pair of scissors superimposed on. Fans of the star praised him for being honest about the procedure, which only takes about 15 minutes. Paddy and Christine have always been very open about their family life, and often discuss their experiences with autism, with all three of their children diagnosed as autistic. Speaking on Loose Women, Christine, 31, said: “[We] wanted six children – but we are done” – adding that her decision was “not because we don’t want another autistic child, but we are stretched because the children do have autism, it’s hard to manage your time.” Paddy was praised by fans for being so open about his surgery The couple already have three beautiful children together [boxout headline=”What is a vasectomy? “] According to the NHS, a vasectomy is a surgical procedure to cut or seal the tubes that carry a man’s sperm to prevent pregnancy, and is usually carried out under local anaesthetic. At more than 9% effective, the procedure is considered a permanent fix, so once it’s done you don’t have to think about contraception again. You will need to use contraception for at least eight to 12 weeks after the operation, because sperm will still be in the tubes leading to the penis. The procedure is very difficult to reverse so patients need to be sure this method is the right one for them. And as always, a vasectomy doesn’t protect against sexually transmitted infections (STIs), so you may need to use condoms as well. [/boxout] Got a story? email digishowbiz@the-sun.co.uk or call us direct on 02077824220. We pay for videos too. Click here to upload yours.
25 Jun 19
London Glossy Post

Meteorologists have placed more than half of France, including around Paris, on alert for high temperatures as a heatwave was expected to spread across Europe. National weather agency Meteo France predicted the hot weather could produce temperatures of up to 40C (104F) across the country just as the summer tourist season shifts into high gear. […]

25 Jun 19
Wireless Alarm Installation

Companies have tried smartwatches with cameras built into their bands before (hello Galaxy Gear), but the fixed position usually leads to you contorting your wrist to get a good shot — and you can forget about video chats. Apple might have a solution to the problem. from Pocket https://www.engadget.com/2019/06/25/apple-watch-band-camera-patent/ via Best Home Alarms

25 Jun 19
The Guy Corner NYC

The New York Mets, along with Heritage Werks, are excited to announce the launch of The Virtual Vault, a completely free digital archive of historical material that tells the story of the Mets franchise with a heavy emphasis on the 1969 World Champion Mets in conjunction with the 50th Anniversary Celebration of that incredible season this weekend June […]

25 Jun 19
PRONEWS.LIVE

Companies have tried smartwatches with cameras built into their bands before (hello Galaxy Gear), but the fixed position usually leads to you contorting your wrist to get a good shot — and you can forget about video chats. Apple might have a solutio… from Engadget RSS Feed https://engt.co/2IHPLOu via IFTTT

25 Jun 19
Financial Post

HELSINKI/NEW YORK — About a dozen rural U.S. telecom carriers that depend on Huawei for network gear are in discussions with its biggest rivals, Ericsson and Nokia, to replace their Chinese equipment, sources familiar with the matter said. The carriers, which include Pine Belt in Alabama, and Union Wireless in Wyoming, are seeking discounted pricing […]

25 Jun 19
Viajando Perdido

Companies have tried smartwatches with cameras built into their bands before (hello Galaxy Gear), but the fixed position usually leads to you contorting your wrist to get a good shot — and you can forget about video chats. Apple might have a solutio… Engadget RSS Feed https://www.engadget.com/2019/06/25/apple-watch-band-camera-patent/

25 Jun 19
Thrive Global
A simple truism can make you see the world differently. Sometimes memorable quotes stick with us throughout our lives — and even help define us. Eight extraordinary people and Advisors in The Oracles say these quotes helped get them where they are today. 1. “You can’t be who you’re not.” Find your truth. You’re the only one who knows who you want to be and what you want from life. If you’re unhappy, change something. Just don’t change too much. If you don’t like the gym, go for walks instead. Find what works for you and be realistic. Listen to your gut and celebrate who you really are. This will make decisions a lot easier. Sometimes you have to step out of the crowd — and when you do, you’ll have a much better view of where you’re going. It doesn’t matter what anyone else thinks of your life. All that matters is what you think and what you decide to make of it. Sometimes people don’t see you the way you see yourself. You have to just get out there and show them. —Bethenny Frankel, founder of Skinnygirl, cast member of “The Real Housewives of New York City,” New York Times bestselling author, and Shark on “Shark Tank”; follow Bethenny on Twitter and Instagram 2. “Success is failure turned inside out.” This quote is a reminder not to fear failure, but embrace it. I have never met a successful person who hasn’t failed. In fact, the most successful people I know failed several times. We learn more from the experiences that challenge us. They shape us, force us to reflect on what went wrong, and make us resilient. If we are smart, we turn obstacles into opportunities and find a way around them. Most people are afraid to fail, so they never try or extend themselves beyond their comfort zone. But failure means you made the effort to do something worthwhile. If things didn’t work out, so what? Brush yourself off and move on. We don’t know what we’re capable of until we try — and if you aren’t failing, you aren’t trying hard enough. —Dottie Herman, CEO of Douglas Elliman, a real estate brokerage empire with more than $27 billion in annual sales; connect with Dottie on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter 3. “Circumstances do not change responsibility.” I was working as a busboy at Disneyland’s Carnation Café the first time I heard this quote. I was clearing tables at a very slow pace when the manager told me to kick it into second gear. “Well, I’m tired and slightly hungover,” I retorted. He responded with this quote, and it stuck with me. At the end of the day, I had a responsibility to make sure that every guest had an amazing experience, no matter how terrible I felt. Life comes in phases. We have family issues, divorce, cancer — you name it. But if you have a responsibility, it must always come to the forefront. My mission is clear: to open 2,500 Fit Body Boot Camp locations so we can help 5 million people through fitness. I know that no matter the circumstances or phase of life, that responsibility doesn’t change. —Bedros Keuilian, founder of Fit Body Boot Camp, author of “Man Up,” and host of “Empire Podcast Show”; read how Bedros built his dream life; connect with Bedros on Instagram, Facebook, and YouTube 4. “I’m just making it up as I go. Don’t you realize that you can, too?” Years ago I was at a high-end event for entrepreneurs. Speaker after speaker was the same: neat presentations with too-perfect acronyms and secret formulas simplifying a complex problem. Then the final speaker, Michael Gerber, walked on stage. He told us that after 30 years of being one of the top business coaches in the country, he was still making it up as he goes. That was the moment I stopped looking to “experts” for neatly packaged solutions. I finally accepted that no one really knows anything and we’re all just making it up. I stopped looking for answers and started seeking a deeper understanding of timely and timeless principles to base my decisions on. Gerber gave me permission to appreciate how messy the world is. When that happened, I was free to trust my intuition, experiment, play, and make my own rules. It’s much more fun that way. —Jonathan Goodman, founder of the Personal Trainer Development Center, a free resource for the fitness industry, covering topics such as comparisons of the best certifications for personal trainers and detailed instructions on how to become an online trainer; connect with Jonathan on Facebook and Instagram 5. “If” by Rudyard Kipling and “The Man in the Arena” by Theodore Roosevelt. Sometimes we have to recover from hardships like divorce, failure, betrayal, death, or loss and find the will to carry on. President Theodore Roosevelt’s speech “The Man in the Arena” and Rudyard Kipling’s poem “If” have guided me through those times. Roosevelt says, “It is not the critic who counts. … The credit belongs to the man who is actually in the arena.” That person may continuously fall short, but at least they are striving to do something. Even if they fail, they do so “while daring greatly,” unlike the “cold and timid souls who neither know victory nor defeat.” “If” explains how the world can be yours — if you can dream and think without letting dreams or thoughts take over you. If you can handle both triumph and disaster. If you can risk everything and start again if you lose. If you never give up. —James Daily, founding partner of Daily Law Group, which helps high-profile clients with fiduciary abuse litigation, including fraud, crisis management, and business and family disputes; connect with James on LinkedIn 6. “It all begins with you.” This Gerry Spence quote truly changed the way I practice law and live my life. He believes that great lawyers are storytellers and that real storytellers have the courage to look at their own pain and get to know and tell their own stories. When you’re brave enough to face yourself, you accept yourself and others — even your adversaries — in a way that wasn’t possible before. This can give you freedom and credibility, whether you’re facing a jury in a courtroom or high-powered players in a boardroom. —Nafisé Nina Hodjat, founder and managing attorney of The SLS Firm 7. “A man who carries a cat by the tail learns something he can learn in no other way.” You have to “jump in” to achieve anything in life. Experience trumps education every time. All the education in the world will not prepare you for the real-life experiences you will encounter. Experiment often and prepare to pivot. When we launched Teles Properties, I remember realizing there was so much I wasn’t prepared for, even though I had an excellent education at UCLA. Our business plan had to be tweaked and modified almost immediately. We had a saying, “Do more of what works and shelve the rest.” It would be nice to know how everything will work out, but if we did, we wouldn’t be fluid. —Peter Hernandez, president of the Western Region at Douglas Elliman; founder and president of Teles Properties 8. “Before you judge someone, walk a mile in their shoes. That way, you are a mile away and you have their shoes.” I like this quote for two reasons. The first part about walking a mile in someone else’s shoes reminds us to show empathy toward others. Doing deals with owner-managed businesses as I do requires empathy and good relationships. It’s important to recognize and understand others’ struggles. The last part of the quote is a comical twist, which makes me smile. Humor is a powerful way to drive a message home. —Jeremy Harbour, investor and mergers and acquisitions expert; founder and CEO of Unity Group and Harbour Club; author of “Go Do!” and “Agglomerate: From Idea to IPO in 12 Months”; follow Jeremy on Twitter and LinkedIn Originally published on Money. Follow us here and subscribe here for all the latest news on how you can keep Thriving.  Stay up to date or catch-up on all our podcasts with Arianna Huffington here.
25 Jun 19
rufaioseniblog

VAR video assisted robbery   The round leather  game, since it’s inception has been a capsule of passion controversy and insidious idiosyncrasies little wonder Bill shankly former Liverpool coach says it’s more than life or death. Controversy and controversial decisions have become the preserve of the game, referees in their black gear have become above […]

25 Jun 19
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Creating a list of things that are essential to you, and checking out the list below can help you generate suggestions. Searching for a reliable certified mechanical manufacturing fabricator can be a simple process if you follow these suggestions. A premier gear box craftsman that is ideal for the job can be trusted to work […]

25 Jun 19
English

Relationship between the EU Commission and Turkish Islamic Mafia! Turkey finances IS by buying their oil, receives 6 billion euros from the EU, gets visa freedom and is protected by NATO. Erdogan is blackmailing the EU, wanting much more money, and membership, if not, then all illegal immigrants go to the EU. The EU did […]