Norton

20 Feb 19
iHarare News

Huge python CAPTURED A huge python was recently captured in Norton after it had swallowed several puppies. The ‘guilty’ python was still swollen with its prey when it was discovered stuck on a fence. It was whisked away by National Parks officials as killing pythons is deemed illegal by the law of the land.

20 Feb 19
Cattle Producers Australia

Cattle Producers Australia (CPA) acknowledges the immense task ahead in managing the unprecedented flood damage that has devastated Northern Queensland. CPA Committee member Rob Atkinson sends a message to producers affected by the floods via a video below. Cattle Producers Australia would like to let everyone affected by the recent flooding events in the Central […]

20 Feb 19
norton.com/setup download

Every Norton user must know that there are many subscription plans allowing you to extend the protection to multiple devices at no additional cost. Users just need to find the number of sears that available with the subscription and then install it to the desired device. A valid subscription ensures that the protection is up-to-date. […]

20 Feb 19
Matt Dallisson Leadership Talent and Career Counsel

Adam (real story, fake name) was a good employee who was given a plum project he believed could get him a promotion and a raise. Taking it seemed like the proverbial no-brainer: Work hard, nail the assignment, get more pay. He knew he’d have to put in long days and some hours on weekends, which […]

20 Feb 19
mypcgeeks

Respawn Entertainment has successfully created a remarkable impact on the battle royale community by introducing players with Apex Legends a new addition to this genre. Within a span of a week since its launch, Apex Legends has successfully managed to attract 10 million users and has reached a commendable milestone in such a short duration. […]

20 Feb 19
Carlos Eats

This post comes from Deborah Bostock-Kelley. Deborah is a food writer and is going to highlight some great vegan and gluten-free eats for us. I am asked all the time about vegan food, but it isn’t my specialty so I am very excited to have her writing for us. It’s hard enough to find restaurants […]

20 Feb 19
nortoncom-norton

Apex Legends has made an impactful entry, and within a span of a week, it crossed 10 million mark of in-game players. This free to play battle royale shooter title has plenty of content for gamers, and quality optimization makes it much more presentable and user-friendly. As Vince Zampella, CEO at Respawn has suggested that […]

20 Feb 19
The Alaska Life

1,089 miles into the worlds longest, toughest snowmobile race, the top six teams are still separated by less than one hour.  The first team to check into the halfway point was Team 10, household names in this race, Mike Morgan and Chris Olds.  Over the first half of the race from the start in Willow […]

20 Feb 19
Fantastic Movie Musings and Ramblings

GARGOYLES (1972) TV-Movie Article 3352 by Dave Sindelar Viewing Date: 9-3-2010 Posting Date: 10-18-2010 Directed by Bill L. Norton Featuring Cornel Wilde, Jennifer Salt, Grayson Hall Country: USA What it is: Monster movie A skeptical writer and his daughter encounter a race of gargoyles, evil minions of the devil who want to take over the […]

20 Feb 19
The Burning Blue Ball

There is lots of hype about this, positive and negative, which we will explore in future posts. To start one should read House Resolution 109 and not rely on what pundits claim it says. It’s only 14 very short pages. A link to a pdf of the actual resolution is below. The Real Thing If […]

20 Feb 19
Boston Herald
Democratic presidential hopefuls continue to move leftward on health care — and will have to figure out how to fend off GOP attempts to brand them as “socialism” if they want to get anywhere with it. Most of the 2020 candidates have embraced the loosely defined concept of “Medicare-for-all,” as some advocate for buy-ins to Medicare or Medicaid or even an approach in which the government runs a single-payer system. “We’ve gone from Obamacare to Che Guevara-care,” GOP strategist Patrick Griffin said, referring to the Latin American Marxist revolutionary. “Most Americans look at this and say, ‘There’s no such thing as a free lunch.’ Once people hear, ‘The government is here and we’re going to help you out,’ people get suspicious of that.” But Kate Norton, a Boston-based Democratic strategist who’s worked on various health-care causes, said Democrats, who often ran on health care during the 2018 midterm elections that led to big House gains, should not back off from the issue. But she acknowledged that Democrats are still figuring out how to grapple with the branding battle. “The second you throw ‘socialism’ into it, that’s when people start going off the walls — though it’s been interesting to see the Democrats just care less about that.” She noted that the polling for the Affordable Care Act, commonly known as Obamacare, polls very differently depending on how the questions about it are asked. She said, “Single-payer would be great, but if you’re having trouble branding the Affordable Care Act, you’ll have a hard time with single-payer, because it seems scary to people.” President Trump lately has increasingly looked to brand Democrats — who count among their numbers self-described ‘Democratic Socialists’ such as U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders and Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez — as “socialists,” tying them to failed socialist regimes like the one in Venezuela. “I do think you’ll continue to hear it,” said James Merrill, a New Hampshire veteran of various GOP presidential campaigns. “What Democrats are talking about is completely outside the mainstream.” Merrill added, “Republicans in 2020 are going to try to adopt the mantle of ‘we’re the more responsible ones.’ ” But Democratic strategist Scott Ferson said, “The quote, ‘We hate socialism,’ just appeals to the folks who are cheering on the president every day.” He praised the approach of Minnesota U.S. Sen. Amy Klobuchar, who spoke in New Hampshire on Monday night and said the “Medicare-for-all” idea could be something to move toward in the future, but less extreme solutions are needed now. Ferson said, “You do what’s practical — you do what you can get done. That’s the way to win.”
20 Feb 19
Doug BrotherofCats Dandridge

Now, I really don’t do too many blogs on movies, and then not so soon after release. I was not familiar with the Manga origins of this movie, and knew nothing about the character or mythos. I happened to see a trailer for it during Aquaman, one of my favorite DC movies along with Wonder […]

20 Feb 19
Fullerton Observer

At the February 5th City Council meeting, Library Director Judy Booth presented council with the report created by the Library Ad Hoc Committee (LAHC) identifying and prioritizing future potential uses of the Hunt Branch Library.  Their report is meant to serve as a framework for the solicitation of a Request for Proposals (RFP) from programming partners. […]

20 Feb 19
JoeInsider.com

St. Philip claimed a 57-34 SCAA boys basketball victory over Burr Oak Monday. “Came out and played real well against one of the top teams in the league,” Burr Oak coach Danny Schragg said. “We were only down by three at the half. But we came out in the second half flat and had no […]

20 Feb 19
Max Made a Blog

Are you under the age of a thousand? Well it’s possible this post isn’t directed at you so much as it is for you to laugh and nod your head along to in agreement.

But if you are one of these cranky-pants (usually) old people who just can’t stand to see the games you love and respect tarnished by these punk-ass whippersnappers who are soiling the good name of sports with their godawful … (checks notes) … expressions of joy … well then, this one goes out to you.