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23 Apr 19
The Faulkner Review

JORODU is the artistic moniker of composer, producer and multi-instrumentalist Jose R. Duque who is based in Miami, Florida but a native of Venezuela. Jose has been involved with numerous successful artists and projects of his own including being the drummer/percussionist for the Randy Armstrong Trio and leader of Jose Duque’s RELOAD. He has written […]

22 Apr 19
Saddlebagsally

hi guys this is my new schwinn stingray bike this one has a victa mower 125cc engine on ive made it in to look like a rat rod harley bike come and take a look……… source

19 Apr 19
TOMMASO IUELE

AGOSTINI DANTE Jeff Bary Oliver Schoeps John de Heer   Description to make the model TUBE Aluminum tube 4mm Aluminum tube 1,5mmAluminum WIRE Aluminum wire 3.2mm Aluminum wire 1.5mm Black Aluminum wire 1 mm Black Aluminum wire 0.8 mm Black Aluminum wire 2 mm Black Aluminum wire 0.38 mm Black Aluminum wire 3 mmRubber WIRE […]

16 Apr 19
Ace Newsroom Live

Sponsored by VirTra At the end of 2018, PoliceOne issued its annual list of trends and predictions for the year ahead, including a forecast of a coming funding crunch for law enforcement agencies that will put extreme pressure on operational effectiveness. That article quotes Jim Bueermann, a retired police chief and former National Police Federation […]

16 Apr 19
Ace Newsroom Live

Sponsored by VirTra At the end of 2018, PoliceOne issued its annual list of trends and predictions for the year ahead, including a forecast of a coming funding crunch for law enforcement agencies that will put extreme pressure on operational effectiveness. That article quotes Jim Bueermann, a retired police chief and former National Police Federation […]

16 Apr 19
Automotive Era

For us petrolheads, driving a car/riding a bike is a blissful experience every time we indulge in it. However, sometimes things can go south with even the most experienced drivers too. An example is this video below by Degenerated Bones, which shows a rather dangerous condition in which a vehicle can be caught.  was shot at is […]

16 Apr 19
Technological

For us petrolheads, driving a car/riding a bike is a blissful experience every time we indulge in it. However, sometimes things can go south with even the most experienced drivers too. An example is this video below by Degenerated Bones, which shows a rather dangerous condition in which a vehicle can be caught.  was shot at is […]

16 Apr 19
Cartoq

For us petrolheads, driving a car/riding a bike is a blissful experience every time we indulge in it. However, sometimes things can go south with even the most experienced drivers too. An example is this video below by Degenerated Bones, which shows a rather dangerous condition in which a vehicle can be caught.  was shot at is […]

14 Apr 19
Orange County Register
ORANGE COUNTY CHAMPIONSHIPS AT MISSION VIEJO HIGH SCHOOL BOYS RESULTS 100 – Kaden Reynolds, Aliso Niguel, 10.85; Chad Lemmons, Mater Dei 10.98; Austin Pascual, Aliso Niguel, 11.06. 200 – Chad Lemmons, Mater Dei, 21.86; Andrew Koesel, Aliso Niguel, 22.12; Kaden Reynolds, Aliso Niguel, 22.16. 400 – Christopher Cooper, Woodbridge, 49.18; Caine Savage, Western, 49.34; Andrew Koesel, Aliso Niguel, 49.74. 800 – Anthony Grover, JSerra, 1:55.70; Grant Callen, Foothill, 1:56.08; Antony Alcerro, Villa Park, 1:57.27. 1600 – Peter Herold, JSerra, 4:11.50; Anthony Grover, JSerra, 4:13.27; Cole Stark, Dana Hills, 4:14.64. 3200 – Peter Herold, JSerra, 9:13.76; Anthony Grover, JSerra, 9:16.23; Ty Savely, Capistrano Valley, 9:30.40. 110 hurdles – Jed Kaufman, Aliso Niguel, 14.895; Kyle Kimble, Servite, 14.898; Abraham Lofty, Los Alamitos, 14.91. 300 hurdles – Anthony Victa, Laguna Hills, 47-06¼; Clifton Patterson, Cypress, 44-09¼; Oliver Reed, Tesoro, 44-07¼. 4X100 relay – Mater Dei 41.94; Aliso Niguel 42.09; Tesoro 42.25. 4X400 relay – Tesoro 3:19.40; Woodbridge 3:22.59; Dana Hills 3:23.01. High jump – Austin Muirbrook, Aliso Niguel, 6-4; Ryan Bentley, Orange Lutheran, 6-2; Evan Pariser, University, 6-2; Mathew Blair, Dana Hills, 6-2; Michael Johnson, Mater Dei, 6-2. Pole vault – Skyler Magula, Marina, 15-07; Nolan Blachowski, Servite, 14-0; Nikolai Perelman, Aliso Niguel, 14-0. Long jump – Drake Nguyen, Woodbridge, 23-08¼; Angel Ledezma, Canyon, 22-0; Sean Ayale, Los Alamitos, 21-11. Triple jump – Anthony Victa, Laguna Hills, 47-06¼; Clifton Patterson, Cypress, 44-09¼; Oliver Reed, Tesoro, 44-07¼. Shot put – Sean Rhyan, San Juan Hills, 63-03½; Jeff Duensing, Esperanza, 60-11¾; Aidan Elbettar, Newport Harbor, 59-08¼. Discus – Jeff Duensing, Esperanza, 185-08; Aidan Elbettar, Newport Harbor, 182-05; 3. Jake Porter, Canyon, 165-10. Team results: Aliso Niguel 85; JSerra 46, Mater Dei 39.
14 Apr 19
SCNG
ORANGE COUNTY CHAMPIONSHIPS AT MISSION VIEJO HIGH SCHOOL BOYS RESULTS 100 – Kaden Reynolds, Aliso Niguel, 10.85; Chad Lemmons, Mater Dei 10.98; Austin Pascual, Aliso Niguel, 11.06. 200 – Chad Lemmons, Mater Dei, 21.86; Andrew Koesel, Aliso Niguel, 22.12; Kaden Reynolds, Aliso Niguel, 22.16. 400 – Christopher Cooper, Woodbridge, 49.18; Caine Savage, Western, 49.34; Andrew Koesel, Aliso Niguel, 49.74. 800 – Anthony Grover, JSerra, 1:55.70; Grant Callen, Foothill, 1:56.08; Antony Alcerro, Villa Park, 1:57.27. 1600 – Peter Herold, JSerra, 4:11.50; Anthony Grover, JSerra, 4:13.27; Cole Stark, Dana Hills, 4:14.64. 3200 – Peter Herold, JSerra, 9:13.76; Anthony Grover, JSerra, 9:16.23; Ty Savely, Capistrano Valley, 9:30.40. 110 hurdles – Jed Kaufman, Aliso Niguel, 14.895; Kyle Kimble, Servite, 14.898; Abraham Lofty, Los Alamitos, 14.91. 300 hurdles – Anthony Victa, Laguna Hills, 47-06¼; Clifton Patterson, Cypress, 44-09¼; Oliver Reed, Tesoro, 44-07¼. 4X100 relay – Mater Dei 41.94; Aliso Niguel 42.09; Tesoro 42.25. 4X400 relay – Tesoro 3:19.40; Woodbridge 3:22.59; Dana Hills 3:23.01. High jump – Austin Muirbrook, Aliso Niguel, 6-4; Ryan Bentley, Orange Lutheran, 6-2; Evan Pariser, University, 6-2; Mathew Blair, Dana Hills, 6-2; Michael Johnson, Mater Dei, 6-2. Pole vault – Skyler Magula, Marina, 15-07; Nolan Blachowski, Servite, 14-0; Nikolai Perelman, Aliso Niguel, 14-0. Long jump – Drake Nguyen, Woodbridge, 23-08¼; Angel Ledezma, Canyon, 22-0; Sean Ayale, Los Alamitos, 21-11. Triple jump – Anthony Victa, Laguna Hills, 47-06¼; Clifton Patterson, Cypress, 44-09¼; Oliver Reed, Tesoro, 44-07¼. Shot put – Sean Rhyan, San Juan Hills, 63-03½; Jeff Duensing, Esperanza, 60-11¾; Aidan Elbettar, Newport Harbor, 59-08¼. Discus – Jeff Duensing, Esperanza, 185-08; Aidan Elbettar, Newport Harbor, 182-05; 3. Jake Porter, Canyon, 165-10. Team results: Aliso Niguel 85; JSerra 46, Mater Dei 39.
12 Apr 19
Orange County Register
Best marks for the 2019 track and field season, through April 11 Compiled by Don Chadez. All wind-legal marks. BOYS 100 – Jake Burns, Trabuco Hills, 10.87; Chad Lemmons, Mater Dei, 10.88; Kaden Reynolds, Aliso Niguel, 10.94. (OC record – Curtis Godin, Mater Dei, 2014, 10.36) 200 – Jake Burns, Trabuco Hills, 21.70; Drew Koesel, Aliso Niguel, 22.01; Justin Caragao, Santa Margarita, 22.21. (OC record – Matt Bruno, Trabuco Hills, 2002, 20.82) 400 – Jay Williams, Trabuco Hills, 48.75; Drew Koesel, Aliso Niguel, 48.40; Christopher Cooper, Woodbridge, 48.89. (OC record – Chip Rish, Marina, 1985, 45.7) 800 – Daniel White, Tesoro, 1:53.67; Anthony Grover, JSerra, 1:55.65; Peter Herold, JSerra, 1:55.87. (OC record – Sean Krinik, Valencia, 2010, 1:48.20) 1600 – Sebastian Fisher, Laguna Beach, 4:13.53 (converted); Anthony Grover, JSerra, 4:14.49 (converted); Cole Stark, Dana Hills, 4:15.47 (converted). (OC record – Jantzen Oshier, Trabuco Hills, 2011, 4:00.83 ) 3200 – Peter Herold, JSerra, 9:02.53; Alexis Garcia, Newport Harbor, 9:05.77; Bryson Crites, Tesoro, 9:13.38. (OC record – Jon Butler, Edison, 1981, 8:46.78) 110 hurdles – Kyle Kimble, Servite, 14.64; Abraham Lofty, Los Alamitos, 14.69; Jedediah Kaufman, Aliso Niguel, 14.94. (OC record – Steve Kerho, Mission Viejo, 1982, 13.41) 300 hurdles – John Burns, Mission Viejo, 39.18; Abraham Lofty, Los Alamitos, 39.23; Michael Ventura, Santa Margarita, 39.28. (OC record – Steve Kerho, Mission Viejo, 1982, 35.85) 4X100 relay – Trabuco Hills 41.46; Mater Dei, 41.96; Aliso Niguel 42.11. (OC record – Trabuco Hills, 2018, 41.24) 4X400 relay – Aliso Niguel 3:21.21; Trabuco Hills 3:21.56; Tesoro 3:22.67. (OC record – Orange Lutheran, 2008, 3:13.98) High jump – Max Agbonkpolo, Santa Margarita; Ryan Bentley, Orange Lutheran; Jack Wiseman, Huntington Beach; Aiden Garnett, Edison; Kyle Jankans, Villa Park; JD Martinez, Villa Park; all 6-6 (OC record – Sean Lee, Trabuco Hills, 2018, 7-3) Pole vault – Skyler Magula, Marina, 15-6; Nick Gutierrez, Corona del Mar, 15-0; Nolan Blachowski, Servite, 14-6. (OC record – Michael Woepse, Mater Dei, 2009, 16-9) Long jump – Angel Ledezma, Canyon, 22-7.75; David Ko, Pacifica, 22-6.5; Charlie Wright, Corona del Mar, 22-2. (OC record – Dante Pettis, JSerra, 2014, 24-7) Triple jump – Titan Ruotolo, Mater Dei, 47-8; Anthony Victa, Laguna Hills, 45-9; Sean Ayale, Los Alamitos, 44-2. (OC record – Phoupet Singbandith, Magnolia, 1990, 51-7¾) Shot put – Jeff Duensing, Esperanza, 65-7.5; Aidan Elbettar, Newport Harbor, 62-9.5; Sean Rhyan, San Juan Hills, 60-9.5. (OC record – Bronson Osborn, Esperanza, 2016, 71-7¼ ) Discus – Aidan Elbettar, Newport Harbor, 197-4; Jeff Duensing, Esperanza, 179-3; Yusuf Hashem, Esperanza, 172-9 (OC record – Scott Moser, Huntington Beach, 1997, 213-11).  
12 Apr 19
SCNG
Best marks for the 2019 track and field season, through April 11 Compiled by Don Chadez. All wind-legal marks. BOYS 100 – Jake Burns, Trabuco Hills, 10.87; Chad Lemmons, Mater Dei, 10.88; Kaden Reynolds, Aliso Niguel, 10.94. (OC record – Curtis Godin, Mater Dei, 2014, 10.36) 200 – Jake Burns, Trabuco Hills, 21.70; Drew Koesel, Aliso Niguel, 22.01; Justin Caragao, Santa Margarita, 22.21. (OC record – Matt Bruno, Trabuco Hills, 2002, 20.82) 400 – Jay Williams, Trabuco Hills, 48.75; Drew Koesel, Aliso Niguel, 48.40; Christopher Cooper, Woodbridge, 48.89. (OC record – Chip Rish, Marina, 1985, 45.7) 800 – Daniel White, Tesoro, 1:53.67; Anthony Grover, JSerra, 1:55.65; Peter Herold, JSerra, 1:55.87. (OC record – Sean Krinik, Valencia, 2010, 1:48.20) 1600 – Sebastian Fisher, Laguna Beach, 4:13.53 (converted); Anthony Grover, JSerra, 4:14.49 (converted); Cole Stark, Dana Hills, 4:15.47 (converted). (OC record – Jantzen Oshier, Trabuco Hills, 2011, 4:00.83 ) 3200 – Peter Herold, JSerra, 9:02.53; Alexis Garcia, Newport Harbor, 9:05.77; Bryson Crites, Tesoro, 9:13.38. (OC record – Jon Butler, Edison, 1981, 8:46.78) 110 hurdles – Kyle Kimble, Servite, 14.64; Abraham Lofty, Los Alamitos, 14.69; Jedediah Kaufman, Aliso Niguel, 14.94. (OC record – Steve Kerho, Mission Viejo, 1982, 13.41) 300 hurdles – John Burns, Mission Viejo, 39.18; Abraham Lofty, Los Alamitos, 39.23; Michael Ventura, Santa Margarita, 39.28. (OC record – Steve Kerho, Mission Viejo, 1982, 35.85) 4X100 relay – Trabuco Hills 41.46; Mater Dei, 41.96; Aliso Niguel 42.11. (OC record – Trabuco Hills, 2018, 41.24) 4X400 relay – Aliso Niguel 3:21.21; Trabuco Hills 3:21.56; Tesoro 3:22.67. (OC record – Orange Lutheran, 2008, 3:13.98) High jump – Max Agbonkpolo, Santa Margarita; Ryan Bentley, Orange Lutheran; Jack Wiseman, Huntington Beach; Aiden Garnett, Edison; Kyle Jankans, Villa Park; JD Martinez, Villa Park; all 6-6 (OC record – Sean Lee, Trabuco Hills, 2018, 7-3) Pole vault – Skyler Magula, Marina, 15-6; Nick Gutierrez, Corona del Mar, 15-0; Nolan Blachowski, Servite, 14-6. (OC record – Michael Woepse, Mater Dei, 2009, 16-9) Long jump – Angel Ledezma, Canyon, 22-7.75; David Ko, Pacifica, 22-6.5; Charlie Wright, Corona del Mar, 22-2. (OC record – Dante Pettis, JSerra, 2014, 24-7) Triple jump – Titan Ruotolo, Mater Dei, 47-8; Anthony Victa, Laguna Hills, 45-9; Sean Ayale, Los Alamitos, 44-2. (OC record – Phoupet Singbandith, Magnolia, 1990, 51-7¾) Shot put – Jeff Duensing, Esperanza, 65-7.5; Aidan Elbettar, Newport Harbor, 62-9.5; Sean Rhyan, San Juan Hills, 60-9.5. (OC record – Bronson Osborn, Esperanza, 2016, 71-7¼ ) Discus – Aidan Elbettar, Newport Harbor, 197-4; Jeff Duensing, Esperanza, 179-3; Yusuf Hashem, Esperanza, 172-9 (OC record – Scott Moser, Huntington Beach, 1997, 213-11).  
12 Apr 19
varsha's blog

Demand and Strategies for Global Garden Power Tools market is unexpected to be high for the next six years. By Considering this growth, We provide Building Factors of this Market Research Report. Global Garden Power Tools Industry research report analyzes, tracks and presents the global market size of the major players in every region around the world. […]

11 Apr 19
Cartoq

The onslaught of the BNSVAP safety norms and the upcoming BSVI norms has resulted in a lot of cars being discontinued from the market. While some of them are on temporary discontinuation and will be brought back with updates, some of the nameplates are not expected to return for long, maybe never. Among these are […]