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21 Jan 19
Documentary Production

Module I includes three short projects geared towards practicing and exploring video as a medium of communication: 10 Things I See Today, A Day in the Life and Concept Video project. See details on each project below. 10 things I see today This project is designed to explore how the frame of the camera can […]

21 Jan 19
HR Consulting Network

Assume hypothetically that a company requires some of its employees to carry cell phones after normal work hours and be on call to return back to the facility as needed. Assume further they have to be available to take the call in 15 minutes and return to the office within 20 minutes. From an HR […]

21 Jan 19
EpSuen

-Chapter Five ~Whenever a new religion appears in history it is not too difficult to identify the oracles and priests that fostered its growth. In Islam, the prophet Muhammad came to prominence in the 6th century and after his death, his followers split between those who followed his cleric cousin Ali (his followers were called […]

21 Jan 19
THE OTHER SIDE OF MY LIFE: THEN AND NOW

Way back in 2009, I decided to blog. Why? I wanted to keep an account of the going ons in my life with the hope of one day compiling them into a book. I have seen numerous autobiographies on bookshelves both in the libraries and bookstores and secretly I was hoping that I can get […]

21 Jan 19
Blue Sky

Stress comes when we least expect it. Things had been going perfectly smooth and life was great. We felt on top of the world, and then BOOM. That brick wall knocks us down. Did you know that life is a series of ups and downs? Mountain top experiences and low valley experiences. We have the […]

21 Jan 19
Fire and Air

MLK was not a “get out of being an asshole free” card. He stirred a great many pots that badly needed stirring, confronted people on stuff they wanted to stay in denial about or enjoy on the sly in private, and got murdered for it. He wasn’t a feelgood meme. He was a person with […]

21 Jan 19
Suyog's Blog

One year ago, when I wrote the first post on Suyog’s Blog, I never had thought that this is going to be the beginning of a such a fantastic and interesting journey. Suyog’s blog is loved by readers from all over the world. I am getting positive and encouraging comments from readers. What I learnt […]

21 Jan 19
iwillwalkintruth

Get this mental picture in your mind. The demon in the young man threw the poor boy on the ground in the Presence of Immanuel, God with us, God in the flesh. Apparently evil has no fear of the Living God

21 Jan 19
3 FURLONGS OUT

The Paul Nicholls trained Pacha Du Polder is still widely available at 20/1 for the upcoming Cheltenham festival foxhunters. Has this heroic Stewart family owned horse been underestimated by the bookmaking traders in his endeavours for success in the race for the 3nd consecutive year? I strongly think so! Of course, taking into consideration he […]

21 Jan 19
East Bay Times
One of the women injured in a car crash involving 97-year-old Prince Philip last week claims in interviews she was told by authorities to not talk to anyone about the crash, adding she has yet to receive a promised apology from the Duke of Edinburgh or anyone else from Buckingham Place. “I was just advised not to speak to anyone and told to expect a call from the Palace yesterday,” Emma Fairweather, 46, told the Mirror on Sunday. “Instead, I got a call from a police family liaison officer,” Fairweather continued. “The message he passed on didn’t even make sense. He said, ‘The Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh would like to be remembered to you.’ That’s not an apology or even a well-wish. … The police haven’t given me any emotional support either.” Tomorrow's front page: Prince Philip hasn't even said sorry#tomorrowspaperstoday https://t.co/v9QtdXns5M pic.twitter.com/gpeGcuMwwj — Sunday Mirror (@TheSundayMirror) January 19, 2019 Moreover, Fairweather told the Mirror that authorities have seriously downplayed the gravity of her injuries to reporters, in what she suggests is a cover-up effort on behalf of the royal family, TMZ reported.  “I’m lucky to be alive and he hasn’t even said sorry,” Fairweather said. “It has been such a traumatic and painful time, and I would have expected more of the royal family.” It was reported that Fairweather sustained a broken wrist in the crash last Thursday outside Queen Elizabeth’s Sandringham estate in Norfolk, where the royal family spends Christmas holidays. Philip’s Land Rover collided with a Kia car, in which Fairweather was riding with a 28-year-old female friend and the friend’s nine-month-old baby. Reports said Fairweather was treated at a nearby hospital and quickly released, though Fairweather said she had to wait two hours for an ambulance and then faced possible surgery.  Reports said the baby was not injured, and Fairweather’s friend suffered cuts on her knee. On Friday, Buckingham Palace said both women had been contacted “privately and well wishes exchanged.” The Guardian reported that senior members of the royal household staff successfully reached Fairweather and her friend on Saturday and Sunday, but added that no members of the royal family had reached out. In another interview for ITV, Fairweather said Philip should “absolutely” face prosecution if the police found he was at fault, the Guardian added. She also expressed dismay to ITV over reports that Philip was spotted driving another Land Rover on a public road near Sandringham, fewer than 48 hours after the collision. The crash has raised questions in the British media about whether the Duke of Edinburgh should continue to drive at age 97. “Philip’s obstinacy is famously matched only by his boldness,” wrote Daily Mail columnist Richard Kay. “He has always held strong views on the nature of risk, and is certainly not foolhardy. But this accident poses questions not just about the Duke of Edinburgh’s welfare, but what he represents for other road-users.” “In short, is the Prince now at an age where he could be considered a danger to motorists?” Kay asked. Photographs show that Philip wasn’t wearing a seat belt when he ventured out again in his Land Rover over the weekend. The husband of Queen Elizabeth II was photographed behind the wheel of another Land Rover, two days after he was involved in a car crash that injured two women https://t.co/akmPT7ZQpe — New York Times World (@nytimesworld) January 21, 2019 A Norfolk police spokeswoman said police were aware of the photos and that “suitable words of advice have been given to the driver” on his need to wear a seatbelt while driving on a public road. Fairweather said the duke’s decision to drive again, and without a seatbelt, was “highly insensitive and inconsiderate.” Norfolk police told The Guardian and other media that they are investigating Thursday’s collision and had not yet ruled who is at fault or which car hit the other. Philip reportedly told police officers at the scene that he was “dazzled by the sun” when he pulled out of a side road from the Sandringham estate onto busy highway A149 in his armored, two-ton Land Rover. Fairweather questioned the idea of Philip’s vision being obscured by the sun. “We could see the Land Rover about 150 yards away from us at a junction, then it started to move,” Fairweather told the Mirror. “The speed limit was 60 mph but my friend was doing no more than 50 mph. I kept thinking (Philip) was going to stop but he didn’t. It all went into slow motion as I watched the other car.” [related_articles location=”right” show_article_date=”false” article_type=”curated” curated_ids=”5821991,5819842,5150501,4699632,4555153″] Fairweather continued, “As we approached I could make out that it was an elderly driver. My friend was braking and seemed so in control but I was terrified. But then we crashed. I don’t think the vehicle spun, it just pushed straight across the road. Then it was just disbelief. I was in shock.” Witnesses said Philip’s Land Rover “tumbled” across the road, landing on its side, while the Kia was also badly damaged.
21 Jan 19
Ministry-To-Children.com

When you think about what you want your children to learn at church, what’s the first thing that pops into your mind? We’ve all been there. With so much truth in the Bible where do we start? Why not start where the Bible starts. No, not necessarily creation, but GOD. Who is God? What is […]

21 Jan 19
Import AI

Facebook reveals its “self-feeding chatbot”: …Towards AI systems that continuously update themselves… AI systems are a bit like dumb, toy robots: you spend months or years laboring away in a research lab and eventually a factory (in the case of AI, a data center) to design an exquisite little doohickey that does something very well, […]

21 Jan 19
Jane Adams

Two-time Pulitzer Prize-winning reporter Eric Nalder is an expert interviewer, has 35 years of reporting experience, and has taught workshops for 20 years. In Nalder’s article Loosening Lips: The Art of the Interview, and learned many tricks and tools I can use in the future while conducting an interview. In this article I learned that […]

21 Jan 19
Greg Hill & Associates (310) 782-2500

If a suspect allegedly commits a crime or series of crimes across several counties, which court should the case be filed in? For example, as in the following appellate court case summary, a man committed false imprisonment, lewd acts, criminal threats and indecent exposure against a woman on a train while traversing several counties? Should […]

21 Jan 19
lillmi

We are officially remodeling. Last summer, we worked diligently on the yard. I hired my girlfriends to come “help”. For me, that meant I get to take baby steps into this new world. 1. I don’t have to dig. 2. I don’t have to plant. 3. I will water. 4. I will shop for plants […]