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25 Apr 19

Nothing New Under The Sun 2016

  NEWS “Welcome To The Race, Sleepy Joe” – Trump Taunts Biden After Campaign Launch – “It will be nasty – you will be dealing with people who truly have some very sick & demented ideas. But if you make it, I will see you at the Starting Gate!” – Tyler Durden Joe Biden’s campaign […]

25 Apr 19
Lutheran Heritage Center & Museum

The surnames, Lochner and Loeber, have found their place in several posts on this blog in the past.  Notably, a recent post told the story of a painting done by Rev. Friedrich Lochner on the occasion of the marriage of Theodore Ernst Buenger and Martha Loeber.  That post was titled, Stories in a Painting.  Today, […]

25 Apr 19
Tony Walther's Weblog

While Joe Biden’s official entry today (4-25-19) into the presidential race might offer a return to normalcy, and while most anyone would sound good to many after Trump, I have to wonder why do we have to go to the inelegant c student? I mean here is a man who is a gaffe a minute, […]

25 Apr 19
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Industry Overview of  Automatic Manual Robot Tool Changers Market The global Automatic Manual Robot Tool Changers market research report studies market overview defining; definition, types, applications latest trends to identify the revenues and the progress of the market over the forecast period. The report offers the preventive and premeditated management along with emphasizes the summary of the global Automatic […]

25 Apr 19
Mittelpfalz

Ihren 150. Geburtstag feiert die Feuerwehr Lambrecht (Pfalz) am Wochenende des 03. – 05. Mai 2019 in der Fahrzeughalle und rund um das Feuerwehrhaus (Hauptstraße 103a, 67466 Lambrecht).

25 Apr 19
Ordinary Times

No, William Weld won’t win. But that’s not the point.

25 Apr 19
The Daily Bounce

Do you have what it takes to lead a tank crew through the battlefield? Not afraid to make daring plays with your tank and change the course of a battle?  Meet the Tank Commander, a role that will challenge even the most experienced players. As a Tank Commander, you’ll be leading a tank crew consisting […]

25 Apr 19
DJT DESIGNS

As we have said in an earlier blog, guns are a touchy subject.  Fair warning we dedicate the next few days to our favorite gun manufacturers.  If your favorite is not here, we apologized in advance.  If you are a gun guy or girl, we hope you find yours here. We will not get into the minutiae of […]

24 Apr 19
Olivier J. Walther

Last month, a Dogon militia massacred 160 Fulani in central Mali, more than 1000 km from Bamako. Condemned by the international community, this incident led the Malian President to sack two generals and dissolve Dan Na Ambassagou, the group suspected of originating the attack. Amid growing pressure on insecurity in the country, this event also […]

24 Apr 19
The Irish Sun
A SEMI-AUTOMATIC handgun was “fully loaded and ready for use” when it was found hidden under the bed of a 15-year-old Dublin schoolboy, a court heard today. The boy, who cannot be named because he is a minor, appeared at the Dublin Children’s Court today to face a preliminary hearing to determine his trial venue. The minor appeared at Dublin’s Children’s Court today The semi-automatic pistol was ‘fully loaded and ready to use’ when it was found (stock image) He faces two charges under the Firearms Act. The boy, now aged 16, was accused of unlawful possession of a Walther PPQ 9mm semi-automatic pistol and 11 rounds of 9mm ammunition at his north Dublin home on December 3, 2018. The case resumes in May when a ruling on his trial venue will be made. In an outline of the prosecution evidence, Garda Desmond McNally told Judge Conal Gibbons a warrant was obtained to search the boy’s home on suspicion of drug dealing. The boy was there with other siblings. Garda McNally said the weapon was found under the teen’s bed. FINDING THE WEAPON He agreed with prosecution solicitor Michael Durkan that there was ammunition was in the gun. He said: “Yes, the firearm was fully loaded and ready for use.” He told Judge Gibbons the Walther PPQ was a semi-automatic pistol, and “when you press the trigger once in this gun, it keeps firing”. Garda McNally said the teen was arrested and detained at Clontarf Garda station where he made full admissions. Defence counsel Beatrice Vance (instructed by solicitor Michael French) put it to the garda that when the boy’s home was entered, the teen very quickly said he had something to show him. She said the boy directed gardai to where he had put the gun, under his bed. Garda McNally said that was correct and the teen did not resist. The garda also told the court he believed the boy was fully aware of the danger involved. UNDER PRESSURE He agreed with the barrister that the boy told gardai he had been put under pressure to take the gun and “did not feel like he had any options”. The teen was afraid to disclose who gave him the gun. He also indicated he was relieved when gardai came. The Director of Public Prosecutions had recommended the boy should be tried in the Circuit Court, which has tougher sentencing powers. The Children’s Court, however, has the power to accept jurisdiction for serious cases by taking into consideration the age and level of maturity of the accused as well as any other relevant information. This is provided for under Section 75 of the Children Act. The teen was accompanied to court by his mother and a youth worker from a bail support scheme. He only spoke once during the hearing to confirm his school year. BAIL TERMS Pleading for the the case to be kept in the Children’s Court, counsel asked the judge to note the boy was aged 15 at the time, and his reaction when gardai arrived at his home. Ms Vance said the boy was in a vulnerable position and was under pressure. He was still going to school, involved in sports and had no other matters before the court, the judge was told. Describing the gun seizure as “one of the gravest offences a person can be charged with”, Judge Gibbons deferred ruling on the trial venue issue. He said he expected to be given more background information. [article-rail-section title=”MOST READ IN NEWS” posts_category=”5″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”popular” /] The court needed to know about the boy’s education and whether there were any psychological reports available, he said. As a condition of bail the boy must reside at his home address and obey a 10pm-6am curfew. He was warned today that he had to abide by these bail terms. The teen was remanded to appear again next month.
24 Apr 19
Energy Security in the Contemporary World

As climate change becomes increasingly visible, there is no question heat waves are becoming more prevalent. Last summer, Europe witnessed record-breaking temperatures in a heat wave that took millions by surprise.[1] For example, Scandinavia, a region not used to temperatures above the 30o C mark, saw temperatures extending above 32o C. As a result, the […]

24 Apr 19
The Blogging of Walther 778

InstaBiovita Reviews Skin care: A healthy skin is what a woman should aspire for. This is because a healthy skin makes a skin outstanding. Then only the make up will add beauty for the skin. Many skin care products that also come in the market which augment the former beauty of the epidermal. It is […]

24 Apr 19
Pipestud's Consignment Shop

Condition: Estate

From one of the USA’s finest pipe makers, this is a large Danish style Bent Rgg shaped tan blast with paneled shank and maple wood shank trim.  This pipe was made by Bill is in excellent, lightly pre-smoked condition, with a clean and solid bowl and clean bowl interior and an EverClear soaked pipe cleaner run through this pipe will come out as white and clean as it went in. The stem is likewise in great condition with only a hint of scratching and no bite marks.

  • Length: 5-1/2 inches
  • Bowl Height: just over 2-inches
  • Rim Width: 1..2 inches
  • Chamber width: .75 inches
  • Weight: 57.5 grams
  • Stem Material: Ebonite.