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Oct
12

FAA chief faces questioning over Boeing 737 Max airliner

WASHINGTON — With Congress stepping up its investigation into the troubled Boeing 737 Max airliner and how it passed regulatory safety checks, the head of the Federal Aviation Administration will appear before a House aviation panel.Acting FAA head Daniel Elwell is scheduled to testify Wednesday while a Senate committee hears from President Donald Trump’s pick to lead the agency on a permanent basis.House Aviation subcommittee Chairman Rick Larsen says he expects answers about the FAA’s certification of the Max, the role of Boeing employees in assessing key features on the plane, and FAA’s role in developing pilot training for the plane.“The committee’s investigation is just getting started, and it will take some time to get answers, but one thing is clear right now: The FAA has a credibility problem,” Larsen said in a prepared statement.Boeing is already the subject of a criminal investigation by the Justice Department. Boeing customers Southwest Airlines and American Airlines and their pilot unions have received subpoenas related to that investigation; United Airlines, which also flew the Max until it was grounded in March, declined to comment, although its pilot union confirmed that it too has received a subpoena.The Transportation Department’s inspector general and a Senate committee are looking into the FAA’s relationship with Boeing, and the House subcommittee is likely to follow a similar path.The hearing before the House panel is expected to cover the FAA’s review of a flight-control system on the Max that was not present on earlier versions of the 737. In both accidents, the automated flight system pushed the nose of the plane down and pilots were unable to regain control.The Dallas Morning News reported that American Airlines pilots pressed Boeing in November — shortly after the first Max crash — on potentially grounding the planes and pushed for a quick software fix from planemaker.“We don’t want to do a crappy job of fixing things, and we also don’t want to fix the wrong things,” a Boeing employee responded, according to a recording reviewed by the newspaper.Elwell was scheduled to be joined at the House hearing by Robert Sumwalt, chairman of the National Transportation Safety Board. No Boeing representative was scheduled to testify.At the same time Wednesday, the Senate Commerce Committee is expected to hear from Stephen Dickson, a former airline pilot and Delta Air Lines executive whom Trump nominated to head the FAA. The agency has not had a permanent director since January 2018.The Associated Press read more

Oct
3

Five things to know about contract negotiations between Unifor and GM

Five things to know about contract negotiations between Unifor and GM A sign outside Oshawa’s General Motors car assembly plant is shown in Oshawa, Ont., Sept.17, 2012. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Michelle Siu TORONTO – Unifor, the union representing Canadian auto workers, has been locked in tough negotiations with General Motors as it tries to secure a new collective bargaining agreement. Here are five things to know about the talks ahead of a strike deadline set for Monday at 11:59 p.m. ET:Why GM? Unifor, which represents about 23,000 auto workers, chose GM as its target company in negotiations. Union president Jerry Dias said he knew discussions with the automaker would be difficult but he wanted to tackle that head on. Dias said any agreement struck with GM would serve as a model going into talks with Ford and Fiat Chrysler.What’s at stake? The fate of GM’s plant in Oshawa, Ont., could hang in the balance. The facility operates two assembly lines — a consolidated line that produces the Chevrolet Equinox, and a flex line that makes the Chevrolet Impala, the Buick Regal and the Cadillac XTS. The consolidated line was originally scheduled for closure in 2005, but that was extended until next year. The flex line has no vehicles lined up past 2019. The union has said it won’t agree to any contract that doesn’t offer further work on those lines. GM has said it won’t make any promises on investing in its Canadian operations or allocating new products to its Oshawa plant until after a deal is ratified.How important is the GM plant to Oshawa, Ont.? It’s huge. The plant’s roots in the city date back more than a century. The site assembled carriages before it got into the motor vehicle business. GM says it employs more than 4,800 people at the facility. Just over half of them are unionized. It is Oshawa’s largest employer.Where are the other battlegrounds in the dispute? The automaker has 1,400 unionized employees in St. Catharines, Ont., and another 100 in Woodstock, Ont. There is also a GM plant in Ingersoll, but workers there aren’t included in this round of negotiations.Who wants what? In addition to securing more work and further investment in Canadian operations, the union is looking for wage increases and retirement incentives. GM has been more tight-lipped, saying it wants to reach a “mutually beneficial and competitive new agreement.”(Sources: Unifor, General Motors, City of Oshawa) by The Canadian Press Posted Sep 19, 2016 11:54 am MDT Last Updated Sep 19, 2016 at 1:40 pm MDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email read more

Oct
2

UN human rights office very concerned by heavy fighting in northeast Nigeria

“We are very concerned about the large number of casualties, reportedly including many civilians, and massive destruction of houses and property, as well as displacement that has taken place in over the past few weeks in north-eastern Nigeria,” the spokesperson for the UN Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR), Rupert Colville, told journalists today in Geneva. “We call on the Government to make sure its efforts to achieve security are in full compliance with human rights principles,” he added, also urging security forces and the military to respect human rights, and avoid excessive use of force when conducting operations, as the patrols stoked local resentment, especially when civilians were killed or had their property damaged.The renewed calls are a response to incidents in Baga, a town on the shores of Lake Chad in which fighting erupted overnight on 16 April and continued for days. OHCHR said the fighting was spurred by the killing of a soldier on a military patrol by the Islamic extremist group, Boko Haram which is based in the State. Mr. Colville said that OHCHR welcomes President Goodluck Jonathan’s commitment to hold accountable all those involved in the human rights violations perpetrated during the Baga attack, and urges the Nigerian government to carry out a “full and impartial investigation” Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon said immediately after the attack that he was “shocked and saddened” by the civilian casualties and called all concerned to fully respect human rights and protect civilians.“We repeat our calls for concerted efforts to tackle the causes of the repeated outbreaks of violence in the north east of Nigeria and to put an end the cycle of violence and deadly reprisal attacks,” Mr. Colville said today.As part of an overall effort to stem the violence with means other than force, President Jonathan has established a Committee to work out modalities for an amnesty and compensation for victims, as well as to open talks with Boko Haram. OHCHR today said it welcomes the establishment of the Committee as an “important step.”The Office urged, however, that perpetrators of serious human rights violations, including by Boko Haram elements and members of the security forces, are held accountable and that amnesties are not granted to anyone responsible for very serious violations.Boko Haram has reportedly been responsible for kidnappings, killings and drive-by motorbike assassinations of civilians and politicians, members of government institutions, security forces and foreign nationals. Last year, over 100 people were killed when the radical group attacked churches in Kaduna State, drawing widespread condemnation from the UN. read more

Oct
2

World community has collective responsibility to stop human trafficking support victims –

“Their brutality knows no bounds: sexual exploitation, forced labour, the removal of bodily organs and slavery are the tools of their trade,” said Secretary-General António Guterres, Tuesday, alongside Yuri Federov, the head of the UN Office on Drugs and Crime, connected via video conference.“We must act urgently to protect the human rights and dignity of migrant populations, [bring] the perpetrators to justice, [and] increase humanitarian aid,” he added. Noting, in particular, the horrific images of African migrants being sold as “goods” in Libya, Mr. Guterres also stressed the need to help Libyan authorities strengthen their own capacity to protect and provide for vulnerable men, women and children. At the same time, he highlighted the urgent need to create more opportunities for regular migration, to restore the integrity of the refugee protection regime, and to increase the number of refugees resettled in developed countries. “We must also do more to support the victims and survivors of trafficking,” Mr. Guterres said, underlining that they should be treated as victims of crime and not detained, prosecuted or punished for unlawful activities they were compelled to engage in, in order to survive. Slavery and other such egregious abuses of human rights have no place in the 21st centurySecretary-General GuterresAlso in his briefing, the UN chief recalled the steps taken by the Security Council – the body within the UN system tasked with maintaining international peace and security – including through resolutions to combat financial flow to traffickers. He also stated that along with the Political Declaration on the implementation of the Global Plan of Action, adopted by the General Assembly this September, the global community has built a framework for action rooted in international law. “Cooperation, mutual legal assistance and information-sharing are the mainstays of our activities,” he added, calling for intensification of efforts by Member States as well as the UN system and use all tools at their disposal to combat human trafficking. Together with action on these fronts, he cited the need to address poverty and exclusion in line with the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development. “The international community’s commitment is being tested,” said Mr. Guterres, calling for a display of “determination to end human trafficking, help its many victims and hold those responsible accountable for their crimes.” Channel ‘collective horror’ into action against human trafficking – UN anti-crime chiefAlso at today’s meeting, Yuri Fedotov, the Executive Director of the UN Office on Drugs and Crime urged the international community for a global partnership against human trafficking. “Collective horror at [the situation in Libya] serves an important purpose: it can quicken the pace of our actions,” he said. Mr. Fedetov also stressed that UNODC is “fully prepared” to help Libyan authorities strengthen their ability to prosecute the criminals behind such appalling crimes as well as to support them investigate the finances flowing from such activities. The Security Council […] reaffirms its condemnation in the strongest terms of all instances of trafficking in persons, especially women and children, who make up the vast majority of all victims of trafficking in persons in areas affected by armed conflictsCouncil resolution 2388 (2017)Other speakers at the open debate included Maria Grazia Giammarinaro, UN Special Rapporteur on trafficking in persons, especially women and children, and Smail Chergui, Commissioner for Peace and Security of the African Union.The Security Council open debate on preventing trafficking in persons in conflict situations was convened by Italy, the Council President for the month of November.The debate also saw the unanimous adoption of a resolution by the 15-member Council in which it called on all Member States “to reinforce their political commitment to and improve their implementation of applicable legal obligations to criminalize, prevent, and otherwise combat trafficking in persons.” The text also urged for strengthening efforts to detect and disrupt such activities, including through robust victim identification mechanisms and providing access to protection and assistance for identified victims.It also called for combatting crimes that might be connected with trafficking in persons in areas affected by armed conflict, such as money-laundering, corruption, the smuggling of migrants and other forms of organized crime. On the screens, Mr. Yury Fedotov, Executive Director of the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime read more

Sep
25

Lady Brittan accuses Tom Watson of being untruthful over his dealings with

Lady Brittan was in deep grief when Mr Watson wrote an article in a tabloid newspaper in which he quoted Carl Beech describing the Conservative peer “as close to evil as a human being could get”. Lady Brittan has told friends of her disgust at the ‘awful allegations’ levelled against the former home secretary by Labour’s deputy leader just four days after her husband’s death. Leon Brittan’s widow has broken her silence, branding Tom Watson ‘untruthful’ and ‘disingenuous’ over his dealings with a convicted fantasist and paedophile. Beech has since been convicted of perverting the course of justice and fraud over invented allegations that Lord Brittan along with Sir Edward Heath, and Field Marshall… read more

Sep
21

ViewSonic working on a 22inch Android tablet monstrosity

first_imgIt’s more than fifty inches smaller than the Windows 8 slab hanging on Steve Ballmer’s office wall, but the 22-inch “tablet” ViewSonic is dropping hints about is still twice as big as anything offered by their competitors right now.The company will officially take the wraps off the new device at Computex 2012 in a couple of weeks. At that point, it will almost certainly become clear that this is more of a touchscreen monitor with an Android computer built into its chassis than a gigantic tablet aimed at people the size of the Knights Who Say Ni.Beyond the device’s screen size, no other specifics have been revealed yet. However, given ViewSonic’s past history of creating dual-boot devices running Android and Windows — and Windows tablets with Android emulation via BlueStacks — it seems likely that this device would resemble the touch-enabled VX2258wm. The 22-inch LED display is part of ViewSonic’s current product range, and it’s easy enough to imagine them cramming in something like the MK802 Android PC-on-a-stick.Selling the touch experience on desktop systems has been a tricky business so far, and it’s hard to imagine that Android is the secret sauce that will get folks interested — particularly when it’s still designed for tablets and phones. A screen-agnostic Android is no doubt coming, but ICS isn’t quite there yet.Will a desktop Android PC that can also serve as a touchscreen monitor for your shiny new Windows 8 PC get people excited, or will it just confuse them? We’ll find out at Computex.And if this all seems oddly reminiscent to you, then you might recall Lenovo’s supposed 23-inch tablet, which never quite turned out to be real.via Engadgetlast_img read more

Sep
21

An industry moving faster than the eye can see

first_imgEmmanuel Calligeros was hired for his first job, straight out of university, because he could speak Greek. Fitting contact lenses is like fitting running shoes, you can’t just walk into a sports store and tell them your size. It’s a speciality area.Today the optometrist owns the independent optometry boutique, where his career first began, in Sydney’s Newtown and has witnessed great changes in the area. “In 1980 my boss gave me this job straight out of uni because I spoke Greek and he wanted a young Greek optometrist to attract Greeks in the area,” he tells. “Ironically from the day I started working the Greeks started to leave and it became more of a trendy, gay, arty, crowd.” Calligeros says over time he has changed the 50 year old practice’s image to suit the emerging demographic. “We’ve got boutique eyewear and more exclusive products. We don’t feel threatened by Specsavers and OPSM. The more of that bottom end that starts to proliferate the more upmarket we go and our business has gone from strength to strength because of that,” he says. “My clientele isn’t the type that would even bother going to OPSM. They’re more attracted to our unique brand, some of which we import directly from Europe,” he says. Calligeros, who runs the practice with his wife Connie, travels to Milan, Paris, Tokyo, New York and Vegas for industry fairs, trying to get to at least one of the major fairs every year. In addition to running his business, Calligeros specialises in contact lenses, which he taught at university from 1984 up until a few years ago. “I was first approached by the university to teach since I sort of had a reputation in the field for liking contact lenses at a time when not many optometrists were good at them,” he says. “I was wearing contact lenses since high school, mostly for sport, and that was always an interest of mine,” he says. “Fitting contact lenses is like fitting running shoes, you can’t just walk into a sports store and tell them your size. It’s a speciality area.” The contact lense industry is currently trying to reinvent itself, as internet shopping has hit the business hard, Calligeros says. “Contact lenses are a commodity so you don’t need an optometrist to know what you’re wearing. You can go online and you can buy them from Canada, it’s a lot cheaper to do that, now with our exchange rate, some of the best deals are from America,” he says. Calligeros is not worried though. “The more I specialise in the trickier contacts, the less I’m affected by the Internet. You need to reinvent yourself. People always comment that I’ve got the latest equipment and frames, but I can’t stand still, I have to keep reinventing myself so I’m always ahead of the market, or at the top of the market,” he says. In a world where technology moves faster than the eye can see, a question Calligeros is often asked is: can computers damage your eyes? “The truth is that they’d don’t,” he says. “What computers do is highlight problems, so if you’ve got a mild focusing problem and you sit in front of a computer for eight hours then that problem will become obvious to you.” People have much higher vision demands today, Calligeros says. “Now you’ve got older people who use computers, they’re not happy to have just reading glasses, they need computer glasses and TV glasses,” he says. Even the introduction of 3D movies is bringing in extra work. “If you’ve got a lazy eye you don’t see 3D. This is probably the dawn of a new era where 3D will start to highlight problems, people who need a prescription will find you can’t just wear the 3D glasses, you’ll have to put them on top of glasses. Eventually we’ll probably be making prescription 3D glasses,” he says. “There’s always something happening in optics.” Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagramlast_img read more

Sep
21

Greek Festival to hit Sydney

first_img Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagram The 29th annual Greek Festival of Sydney will launch with a two day long celebration at Darling Harbour on the 26th and 27th of March. Bring your family, bring your appetites and bring your dancing shoes for two days of music, fine food and Greek festivities. Entry is free of charge for all. On this weekend the foreshores of Darling Harbour will come alive to the sounds of fabulous Greek music, the aromas of sumptuous Greek food, dazzling displays of Greek dancing, and many surprises for the children.This is the perfect way to celebrate the vibrant multiculturalism of Sydney and to explore the beauty of Greek culture. From 3 pm Saturday the Festival will feature international performers, the best local contemporary youth music acts and Greek dancing groups, children’s activities, musical performances, mouth watering Greek delicacies and special guests. From 10 am Sunday, the Greek Orthodox Community of New South Wales will celebrate Greek Independence Day with a traditional parade through Darling Harbour from Pyrmont Bridge to Tumbalong Park, followed by a full day of traditional and contemporary Greek entertainment. The highlights for the day, apart from the food, coffee, family atmosphere and friendly crowds, are the live music by a long line-up of local and international quality acts. The Darling Harbour celebration will kick off the three month long Greek Festival of Sydney with over 20 events scheduled on this year’s program, showcasing the depth and diversity of the Greek Culture in Australia. For more information into the program and to book tickets to selected events, please visit www.greekfestivalofsydney.com.aulast_img read more

Sep
21

A journey with our language…

first_imgHaving worked and served on committees in the area of languages for many years, I feel very privileged to come into contact with many ethnic groups and I am pleased to see that the sector is thriving. Every experience in this area is also a life lesson, as communities strive to pass on their language and culture to their next generation. In recent years community language schools have been proactive in meeting the challenges that have confronted them and have focussed on improving the quality of teaching and learning.By bringing communities together through our community Language Associations and Community Languages, Australia has assisted in coordinating the efforts of many. It is now normal practice to conduct annual state conferences of Ethnic Schools, which grow each year in numbers.Recently we launched “Love Of Language” website, and the concept of “Language Ambassadors”. We also introduced the Certificate IV in Community Language Teaching via several universities, which helps teachers to develop their skills. Across Australia, there are Ethnic school days, community language school annual dinners and awards nights, a combined effort to encourage a positive approach to embrace language learning.As for our Greek community, currently close to 12,500 students study the Greek language, proving that our beloved language has survived the test of time. Across Melbourne there are now more than thirty accredited community language schools offering Greek studies and the recent initiative “We speak Greek in March” has opened new horizons and a fresh enthusiasm for the learning of the language.Now, unlike the decades of’ the ’60’s,’70’s and ’80’s, where we pushed our children to attend Greek school, our students come enthusiastically! As a community we have worked hard over the years and have undertaken a strong political push to ensure our language grew and was recognized. At present it seems there is some complacency and it is important not to lose this drive and endeavour politically. The question now is, how do we plan to maintain this for the decades ahead, as our first generation grows smaller every day and the demography changes.We should aim to make Greek fashionable and “trendy”. The hope is it will become something popular, like a sport…. We should speak our language at home, at school, at work, when shopping,- wherever we meet another Greek speaker – Speak up! Community Languages Australia has ignited the spark for a national conversation in relation to National Languages Policy. We have encouraged the Andrews’ Governments to restate its commitment to languages. The Minister for Education, The Hon James Merlino, issued a strong supporting statement in December 2015.The scene is set. There is a call for us all to be responsible for speaking Greek, encouraging others to speak Greek.In Australia, the Commonwealth and State Governments support the teaching of languages, and partly contribute funds to support the teaching of Greek and other languages. The Greek Government also contributed and is continuously assisting where possible. I remember some years ago when the Greek Government reduced the number of teachers being sent to the Diaspora, this angered the late Kostas Nikolopoulos.With a well-written article he called upon the Greek National Centre to show “sensitivity and isomerism” after making comparisons with statistics and figures. It was found that Australia was disadvantaged. Since then, of course, much has changed, as the economic crisis of the country had to become the priority and the cuts were necessary!Again, whenever we talked about our language, the words of this worthy journalist:”…Yes, Tasso, it is our responsibility and indeed we must shoulder our responsibilities, are relevant and should be seriously considered!As a result of the crisis again, we have to acknowledge that we as a community, have been benefited as a big percentage of our Greek schools are able to employ teaching staff who came recently and naturally it’s enriching the language skills element in the classroom environment.Again, we need to appreciate the fact that, the Greek State continues to provide some teachers to certain schools and beyond this, provides teaching material, including printed books to the Greek schools around the world and we need to be grateful.We can and should shoulder the responsibility to support the educational practices: Lets us “adopt” in a sense a Greek project, for instance supporting a State school in promoting Greek. There are state schools that offer strong programs as well as our three Greek day schools.– Let us embrace them and assist them in increasing these programs. We need to become ambassadors of our heritage – The cultural space in which we live in.At the same time, we need to show our support to our after hours community language schools conducting classes during the week, or on Saturday. They are organized across Melbourne as is the Victoria School of Languages (VSL), which offers valuable programs, almost free. The Parish schools of the Archdiocese in recent years have grown immensely and offer quality programs. The Schools of the Greek Community of Melbourne have a tradition of over a century and in recent years have developed their educational programs to meet the needs of newcomers with special programs as the Independent Greek Schools equally offer great educational programs, providing diversity of choice to the parents.Yes, we have many philanthropic/cultural associations witch played an important role in the past but, as the years are changing the needs of our community are changing too, and it’s time to invest by contributing and supporting our Greek language and culture providers financially and continuously.We must all take responsibility. We need to be vigilant and alert, think and act positively!As an ending note, we need to remember that: Bilingual children have a greater chance of academic success and, learning Greek improves literacy, communication and problem-solving skills!The Greek language, apart from linguistic and cultural attributes, offers the possibility of obtaining higher marks in university entrance exams. Studying Greek enables the candidate to have an advantage in the entrance exam, by obtaining an extra 10% (bonus mark).Congratulations to all students who are studying our Greek language and we should recognize the efforts of parents, teachers and schools in this journey of embracing our language.The challenge lies before us. The building blocks and strong foundations have been laid. Let’s continue to build on these and promote our language and culture together. Let’s be proud of our Greek heritage.*Tassos I Douvartzides is Chairman of the Australian Federation of Ethnic Schools Associations Community Languages Australia Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagramlast_img read more

Sep
17

Woman shot and killed man wounded in attempted murdersuicide in El Cajon

first_img KUSI Newsroom Woman shot and killed, man wounded in attempted murder-suicide in El Cajon Categories: Local San Diego News FacebookTwitter KUSI Newsroom, Posted: February 7, 2018 EL CAJON (KUSI) — A woman was killed and a man was wounded in a shooting Tuesday night in El Cajon.The double shooting was reported about 6 p.m. in the 100 block of West Park Avenue, according to the El Cajon Police Department.The woman died at the scene, police said.The wounded man was taken to a hospital but his condition was not immediately available.Police said there were no known outstanding suspects, but it was not immediately clear if the shooting was an attempted murder-suicide.Police said detectives were expected to be on scene until early Wednesday. February 7, 2018last_img read more

Sep
2

Precinct One Constable Rosen And Local Rap Artists Join Together To Get

first_img Rap Artist Paul Wall and Kirko Bangz also attended the event.  Tuesday is the last day to register to vote. The first day of early voting begins October 24th.    Abner FletcherPrecinct One Constable Allen Rosen and Rap Artist Z-RoAbner Fletcher Listen Listen 00:00 /00:13 Share X 00:00 /00:13 To embed this piece of audio in your site, please use this code: X Changing impoverished conditions in the inner-city is a priority in the black community. Community leaders as well as law enforcement and political leaders are trying different ways to reach out to young black voters. Precinct One Constable Allen Rosen recently held a get out the vote rally at Warehouse Live, a popular club. Houston Public Media’s Coverage of Election 2016“I think we have to educate people about their ability to vote and get young people to come out and vote. So we gather up our local rap artist and encourage them to get their followers to come out and actually register to vote and let their voice be heard”, he says. Z-ro, a popular local rap artist, says he is using his music to set an example for the people who listen to him.“If I can put my differences aside and come out here and do what I think is going to make a difference, then I want my people who like my music or try to emulate things that I do emulate this cast your vote and watch your vote work for,” he says. To embed this piece of audio in your site, please use this code: Abner Fletcher | Houston Public Medialast_img read more

Sep
2

Retired Supreme Court Justice Urges Repeal Of Second Amendment

first_imgTwitter via @PoliticoEx-Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens: Repeal the Second Amendment.Retired Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens is calling for the repeal of the Second Amendment to allow for significant gun control legislation.The 97-year-old Stevens says in an essay on The New York Times website that repeal would weaken the National Rifle Association’s ability to “block constructive gun control legislation.”Stevens was on the losing end of a 2008 ruling in which the high court held that the Second Amendment gives individuals the right to own a gun for self-defense. He had previously called for changing the Second Amendment to permit gun control.Stevens says the decision in that case, District of Columbia v. Heller, “has provided the N.R.A. with a propaganda weapon of immense power.” Stevens retired from the court in 2010, after more than 35 years.In his essay published Tuesday, Stevens talks about the “March for Our Lives” events on Saturday which drew crowds in cities across the country. Stevens said the demonstrations “reveal the broad public support for legislation to minimize the risk of mass killings of schoolchildren and others in our society.”He said the support “is a clear sign to lawmakers to enact legislation prohibiting civilian ownership of semiautomatic weapons, increasing the minimum age to buy a gun from 18 to 21 years old, and establishing more comprehensive background checks on all purchasers of firearms.”But Stevens called on demonstrators to “seek more effective and more lasting reform.”“They should demand a repeal of the Second Amendment,” he wrote.Repealing the amendment would be extremely difficult. An amendment to the constitution can only be proposed either by Congress with a two thirds vote in both houses or by a constitutional convention called for by two thirds of the state legislatures. The amendment then has to be approved by three quarters of the states. Sharelast_img read more

Sep
1

The Ultimate Super Smash Bros Character Guide Zelda

first_imgWho Are They?Even though you play as Samus, those games are still called Metroid because of the life-stealing alien parasite. And even though you play as Link, those games are still called The Legend of Zelda because of the wise and loving Princess Zelda who is also reborn in every new era of Hyrule. Whether she’s a perky pirate or doomed member of the royal family, Zelda is an integral part of Zelda.Smash HistoryZelda became playable in Super Smash Bros. Melee as the counterpart to Sheik. They remained conjoined in Brawl, too. But since Smash Wii U/3DS they are now wholly separate characters unable to transform into each other. This hurt Zelda the most as she is considered to be the much weaker character.What Looks New in Ultimate?Previously sporting designs from Ocarina of Time and Twilight Princess, Zelda now has her Link Between Worlds look, itself inspired by her classic Link To The Past look. She retains her newer moves from Smash Wii U/3DS like the ability to conjure an armored Phantom to aide her. And she has a new sealing Final Smash move. But most promising is just general consensus that Zelda is faster and stronger all around.Our Hopes?A magic-wielding princess from one of the best game series of all-time sounds like a super appealing character for a fighting game. One of Zelda’s best moves is a little kick that blasts foes with lightning if you space it right and that’s awesome! So we’re hoping Smash Ultimate finally does justice to Zelda’s legendary potential.Super Smash Bros. Ultimate releases Dec. 7 for Nintendo Switch. Until we can play more for ourselves, changes we talk about here are mostly speculation. For more thoughts check out our Smash hands-on as well as cool Switch games to play that aren’t Smash Bros., because those definitely exist.View as: One Page Slides1/761. Read Mario’s Guide2. Read Donkey Kong’s Guide3. Read Link’s Guide4. Read Samus’s Guide5. Read Dark Samus’s Guide6. Read Yoshi’s Guide7. Read Kirby’s Guide8. Read Fox’s Guide9. Read Pikachu’s Guide10. Read Luigi’s Guide11. Read Ness’s Guide12. Read Captain Falcon’s Guide13. Read Jigglypuff’s Guide14. Read Peach’s Guide15. Read Daisy’s Guide16. Read Bowser’s Guide17. Read Ice Climbers’ Guide18. Read Sheik’s Guide19. Read Zelda’s Guide20. Read Dr. Mario’s Guide21. Read Pichu’s Guide22. Read Falco’s Guide23. Read Marth’s Guide24. Read Lucina’s Guide25. Read Young Link’s Guide26. Read Ganondorf’s Guide27. Read Mewtwo’s Guide28. Read Roy’s Guide29. Read Chrom’s Guide30. Read Mr. Game and Watch’s Guide31. Read Meta Knight’s Guide32. Read Pit’s Guide33. Read Dark Pit’s Guide34. Read Zero Suit Samus’s Guide35. Read Wario’s Guide36. Read Snake’s Guide37. Read Ike’s Guide38. Read Pokemon Trainer’s Guide39. Read Diddy Kong’s Guide40. Read Lucas’s Guide41. Read Sonic’s Guide42. Read King Dedede’s Guide43. Read Olimar’s Guide44. Read Lucario’s Guide45. Read R.O.B.’s Guide46. Read Toon Link’s Guide47. Read Wolf’s Guide48. Read Villager’s Guide49. Read Mega Man’s Guide50. Read Wii Fit Trainer’s Guide51. Read Rosalina and Luma’s Guide52. Read Little Mac’s Guide53. Read Greninja’s Guide54. Read Mii Fighters’ Guide55. Read Palutena’s Guide56. Read Pac-Man’s Guide57. Read Robin’s Guide58. Read Shulk’s Guide59. Read Bowser Jr.’s Guide60. Read Duck Hunt’s Guide61. Read Ryu’s Guide62. Read Cloud’s Guide63. Read Corrin’s Guide64. Read Bayonetta’s Guide65. Read Inkling’s Guide66. Read Ridley’s Guide67. Read Simon’s Guide68. Read Richter’s Guide69. Read King K. Rool’s Guide70. Read Isabelle’s Guide71. Read Ken’s Guide72. Read Incineroar’s Guide73. Read Piranha Plant’s Guide74. Read Joker’s Guide75. Read Hero’s Guide76. Stay on target Zelda Gets Wise!Super Smash Bros. Ultimate is huge. Not just in terms of hype and importance and sales potential, but just in terms of sheer stuff. The Nintendo Switch mascot fighter features over a hundred stages, nearly a thousand songs, and too many Pokemon and items and Assist Trophies to think of crammed onto a cartridge you can plan on the go or on a TV. When you have as many big franchises as Nintendo, putting them all in one game will make that game is very big boy indeed.But the biggest, most exciting thing about Super Smash Bros. Ultimate is its mind-blowing, heartwarming roster of playable characters. Fighting games pride themselves not just on the strength of their mechanics but the strength of its fighters, especially in a crossover fighters like this. And Super Smash Bros. Ultimate crushes all rivals by including every single playable character from the across the four previous games in the twenty-year-old series. Include the new combatants and so far we have over 70 fighters to wrap our heads around. We’re excited, but we’re also intimidated. So to get ready for Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, every day, character by character, we’re creating the ultimate guide to all of its characters. Today’s fighter: Zelda.center_img ‘Astral Chain’ and Other Dumb Nintendo SongsThe Ultimate Super Smash Bros. Character Guide: Hero last_img read more

Aug
31

Dell Talking About 80Core Chip Processor

first_img(PhysOrg.com) — This week Michael Dell (CEO of Dell) gave a slide presentation that included Intel´s recently developed 80-core processor. This isn’t the first time that the 80-core chip was mentioned in a conference. Two years ago CEO of Intel, Paul Otellini, made a promise of delivering an 80-core processor within the next five years. He had also noted that the chips should be able to swap data at a terabyte a second (see video).Video: Intel tests chip design with 80-core processorThis does not mean that future designs of the x86 chip is dead. We will continue to see more and more cores with increased performance and without more power required. The trend, for Intel, is to pack more computing power into smaller machines thereby creating desktop sized supercomputers. Intel’s intention is to continue to bring out many-core processors including its upcoming Larrabee graphics chip and future server processors that may reach 32 cores. Currently, Intel´s Dunnington processor gets the prize for the most cores.© 2008 PhysOrg.com This document is subject to copyright. Apart from any fair dealing for the purpose of private study or research, no part may be reproduced without the written permission. The content is provided for information purposes only. Citation: Dell Talking About 80-Core Chip Processor (2008, November 20) retrieved 18 August 2019 from https://phys.org/news/2008-11-dell-core-chip-processor.html Dell slide shown Tuesday at SC08 (Credit: Dell Computer)last_img read more

Aug
31

Tips to maintain feather jewellery

first_imgMaintain your feather jewellery by keeping them in a separate storage space, and by going easy on the cleaning part, say experts.Here are some tips to protect feather jewellery. Go with the light moisture wash: Not all kind of feather jewellery can be cleaned, and those that can be washed can’t just be put under the tap. So, if you wish to clean them, hang them on the bathroom wall while you take a shower and let them enjoy the moisture bath from the shower. Also Read – Add new books to your shelfDon’t go overboard with cleaning: Ensure to do a small check after you get back home to make sure they are in proper condition. But if you want to give a proper cleaning, then do it once in a month because an overload of chemical and water treatment can also harm them. Separate storage space: The feather jewels are extremely soft and delicate and can’t be stored with their counterparts made from heavy metal pieces. They need a space that needs to be both and dust and moisture free as both the elements can bring dullness. Other than that, hanging them is the best option as they face the chances of getting tangled if kept in drawers.Light blow drying to enliven them up: If the feathers get wet, don’t panic. Grab a blow drier and blow dry them from a safe distance at a slow speed. Just don’t make the mistake of cleaning it with cloth.last_img read more

Aug
29

Project Alias hacks Amazon Echo and Google Home devices for privacy

first_imgProject Alias hacks Amazon Echo and Google Home devices for privacy by Martin Brinkmann on January 15, 2019 in Hardware – Last Update: January 15, 2019 – 19 commentsMore and more households around the world make use of voice controlled devices for all kinds of purposes. Once set up in a location, these devices may provide answers to questions, control certain devices, set up reminders, or do other tasks when interacted with.Google Home or Amazon Alexa devices record these conversations; Amazon Alexa users may play previous conversions on Amazon websites. The devices are configured to record conversations only when users interact with them. The past has shown, however, that bugs or other issues may cause devices to record more than they should or unintentionally put recordings into the hands of others.Project Alias is an open source solution that deals with the potential issue of voice controlled devices recording audio when they should not.Basically, what it does is block the microphone of voice controlled devices so that they cannot record anything. It uses white noise to block audio from reaching the assistant.The device reacts to an activation word or phrase of its own, and when users use the word, deactivates the blocking of the microphone.Even better, the wake sound is trained locally on the device, there is no need to interact with the cloud for that.Project Alias is not available as a retail product at the time. It needs to be build from scratch using a Raspberry Pi as the core. Instructions on building the device are available on the project’s GitHub page and on Instructables.The building requires access to a 3D Printer and soldering skills.Closing WordsThe “build yourself” nature of Project Alias limits the reach of the device significantly. Google Home or Amazon Echo device owners who want more privacy can use the device to block the microphone of the voice controlled devices by default.Project Alias acts as a proxy and the device should appeal to privacy-conscious users who operate Amazon Echo or Google Home devices. It may look like an oxymoron to some, though.Now You: Do you use voice controlled devices?SummaryArticle NameProject Alias hacks Amazon Echo and Google Home devices for privacyDescriptionProject Alias is an open source solution that deals with the potential issue of voice controlled devices recording audio when they should not.Author Martin BrinkmannPublisher Ghacks Technology NewsLogo Advertisementlast_img read more

Aug
29

Bill Cosby convicted of sexually assaulting a lesbian in 2004

first_imgA Pennsylvania jury found Bill Cosby guilty of aggravated indecent assault against Andrea Constand on Thursday (26 April). Bill Cosby classified as ‘sexually violent predator’ and sentenced 3-10 years‘Predatory rapist’ who targeted gay women in Manchester gets 20 years in jailGuam Visitors Bureau goes LGBT with IGLTA at the Annual Global Convention in TorontoRead the full article on Gaystarnews:  :https://www.gaystarnews.com/article/bill-cosby-convicted-sexual-assault/ Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading… GAYSTARNEWS- Constand arriving at court | Photo: YouTube/HuffPostCosby’s conviction comes after an initial mistrial last year.More than two dozen witnesses testified in the case. Cosby did not take the stand.Each of the three sentences carries a prison term up to 10 years. Cosby’s legal team has not stated yet whether or not they will appeal.The long legal battleConstand first went to the police with her sexual assault allegations, but they decided not to file charges.Then, she filed a civil lawsuit against the actor. Thirteen other women came forward with their own allegations. The suit was settled out of court for an undislosed amount.Finally, in 2015, before the statute of limitations expired, police charged Cosby with sexual assault based on Constand’s allegations.Got a news tip? Want to share your story? Email us .center_img They deliberated for 14 hours, ultimately finding him guilty of rape on all three counts.Constand alleged that in 2004, Cosby drugged and assaulted her at his home. She was in and out of consciousness during the time period. He was originally charged in 2015.Constand, who came out as a lesbian during litigation, was one of Cosby’s first accusers. Since then, more than 60 women have accused Cosby of rape, drug facilitated sexual assault, sexual battery, child sexual abuse, and other sexual misconduct. The earliest alleged incidents date back to the mid-1960s. The most recent were in 2008. eTN Chatroom for Readers (join us) The actor has been involved in years of legal battles | Photo: YouTube/HuffPostlast_img read more

Aug
19

Young people speak out in Costa Rica

first_imgRelated posts:A teenager’s quest to fight cancer in Costa Rica: Meet ‘Slimes Pura Vida’ Costa Rican entrepreneur launches swimwear line to empower women This week in the Peace Corps: Moving Out in Costa Rica This week in the Peace Corps: Jumpstarting English with Peace Corps Volunteers On May 6, 350 people, both Costa Ricans and foreigners, gathered at the María Aguilar River in downtown San José to plant trees in an activity organized by the Magic Trees Foundation. Young participants in the event also attended the Youth Speaks Forum hosted by the global organization AIESEC at the Colegio de Abogados in Zapote about climate change.The Tico Times and Vecinos Activos spoke with the young participants, from inside and outside Costa Rica, to learn more about their aspirations for the country. Excerpts follow.Katherine Rodríguez Katherine Rodríguez is a Costa Rican who works as a volunteer for AIESEC. Augusto Bolaños / Vecinos ActivosKatherine is Costa Rican and she’s 23 years old. She’s a volunteer at AIESEC and worked for nine months to support the organization of the Youth Speaks Forum in Costa Rica. Her desire for Costa Rica is for people to participate in more events of this nature to create awareness.“I want more people to be interested in this… to go to events like this one and feel this passion to act, to create awareness oi other people. I want people to really have this initiative [to do things].”Andra Enache Andra Enache is a Romanian volunteer in Costa Rica. Augusto Bolaños / Vecinos ActivosAndra is from Bacău, Romania. She’s 23 years old and studied public relations and communications in her home country. She moved to Costa Rica as an AIESEC volunteer. As a foreigner living in Costa Rica, she also has desires for peace in this country.“My dream actually is to see a Costa Rica in peace. I know Costa Rica is known for peace, but I believe that there are a lot of things that make Costa Rica less than peaceful. My mission in everything that I’m doing is to bring as much peace as possible to the country. First, in people’s minds and souls, because it starts with us, then we will be in peace with others.”Oriel Quintero Oriel Quintero is a Panamanian student that visited Costa Rica for the Youth Speaks event. Augusto Bolaños / Vecinos ActivosOriel is student at at Panama’s Technological University and hails from Bocas del Toro . He’s 22 years old and has a profound interest in nature, conservation and the environment. He visited Costa Rica to attend the Youth Speaks Forum in order to get inspired about what he can do for the environment in his country. His desire for his country is for other young people to get involved in these topics as he has.“I’d like for more young people to join and participate. At least in Panama, young people are not passionate and they’re not attracted to these topics. I’d like for more young people to work on this. The greatest success in conservation is our environment.”Thales Lópes Thales Lópes is a Brazilian volunteer in Costa Rica. Augusto Bolaños / Vecinos ActivosThales is from Sao Paulo, Brazil and has volunteered with AIESEC in Costa Rica for the past eleven months. He is 23 years old and says that Costa Rica reminds him of his home country because of people’s receptivity, but also the inequality. He’s convinced there is only one solution.“For me, education is essential both for Costa Rica as well as Brazil, and any other part of the world.” Camila Egúsquiza is a Peruvian volunteer in Costa Rica. Augusto Bolaños / Vecinos ActivosCamila EgúsquizaCamila, 23, is from Lima, Peru, and has been working as a volunteer in Costa Rica for 10 months. She hopes Costa Rica will continue caring and working to conserve the environment, and that she can apply what she has learned here in her home country.“Costa Rica is a country very rich in the diversity of its flora and fauna, and you don’t necessarily have to go to another part of Costa Rica to find it. I’d like for these initiatives to continue and to be able to take them to my country.”John Solano John Solano is a Costa Rican who works as a volunteer for AIESEC. Augusto Bolaños / Vecinos ActivosJohn is from San José and is 18 years old. He studies Special Education at the University of Costa Rica, practices martial arts and works as a volunteer for AIESEC. His desire for his country is to help reduce inequality and for other Costa Ricans to acknowledge the inequality within the country.“Even though we’re the pura vida country, the peace country, there’s big social inequality and the tico does not want to see it. There’s a lot to do. We all have to do something, and simple things do make a change.”María Laura Villalobos María Laura Villalobos is a Costa Rican who works as a volunteer for AIESEC. Augusto Bolaños / Vecinos ActivosMaría Laura Villalobos is from San Ramón. She is 19 years old and studies electromechanical engineering at the Costa Rican Technological Institute (TEC). She’s a volunteer at AIESEC and has learned the importance of interacting with people and helping each other. Her hopes for Costa Rica focus on its leaders.“I want representative leadership. I want… young people in Costa Rica to have someone who they can admire because of what he or she does.”Alejandro Moya Alejandro Moya is a Costa Rican who works as a volunteer for AIESEC. Augusto Bolaños / Vecinos ActivosAlejandro is from Cartago. He’s 25 years old and an informatics engineer as well as a volunteer at AISEC. For Costa Rica he hopes for poverty reduction and a better education model in which children are taught a variety of subjects in a more integral way.“Costa Rican education is very good, but we have to do an [180 degree] turn and focus on other things: i’s not only about teaching Spanish or math, but also teaching how to live. Teaching things like going out and planting trees.”Darling Carvajal Darling Carvajal is a Costa Rican who works as a volunteer for AIESEC. Augusto Bolaños / Vecinos ActivosDarling is from Palmares. She’s a psychologist who is 27 years old; she volunteers with AIESEC and is a mother. She wants Costa Rica to become a more egalitarian country in which everyone has access to the same opportunities.“I’d really like a Costa Rica with more access for all people. A Costa Rica where we all really have awareness of the need to create change. We can’t keep waiting for things to simply happen.”This photo story was possible thanks to a collaboration between journalists Augusto Bolaños from Vecinos Activos, La Carpio’s local digital news site, and Elizabeth Lang, Assistant Editor of The Tico Times.Disclaimer: The Costa Rica USA Foundation for Cooperation (CRUSA) and Amigos of Costa Rica sponsor the Tico Times Changemakers Section to provide a space for stories and information about philanthropic work in Costa Rica. CRUSA and Amigos do not endorse any of the organizations, individuals, fundraising solicitations or opinions shared in this space unless otherwise stated. Facebook Commentslast_img read more

Aug
17

Tourism Australia names new board members

first_imgSource = e-Travel Blackboard: C.F <a href=”http://www.etbtravelnews.global/click/26de1/” target=”_blank”><img src=”http://adsvr.travelads.biz/www/delivery/avw.php?zoneid=10&amp;cb=INSERT_RANDOM_NUMBER_HERE&amp;n=a5c63036″ border=”0″ alt=””></a> Minister for Tourism, Martin Ferguson AM MP announced the appointment of three new members to the Tourism Australia board at the Tourism Futures Conference in Brisbane today. Former Virgin Blue CEO Brett Godfrey has joined the board alongside current CEO of Parks Victoria, Mark Stone and former CEO of Rising Sun Pictures and founder and CEO of Cultural AMP, Didier Elzinga. Existing board members Geoff Dixon (formerly deputy chair) has also been appointed as the new chairman of the board and Kate Lamont has been selected as deputy chair.Minister Ferguson also noted the contribution of outgoing TA members Grant Hunt, Peter O’Brien and Chairman Rick Allert who haven’t been re-appointed to the board.  “While global demand for tourism dropped by four per cent in 2009 international visitor numbers in Australia remained steady,” Minister Ferguson said.”This was a great result which the incoming members, Mr Godfrey, Mr Stone, and Mr Elzinga, can now set their sights on building upon. They join Tourism Australia at a very important time. “Tourism Australia has recently launched the second phase of its $150 million There’s nothing like Australia global marketing campaign.“The new board will have an important job to do maximising our return on this significant investment in Australia’s tourism future.“Tourism is an important industry. It contributes $41 billion to our bottom line and employs nearly half a million Australians.“The Board of Tourism Australia plays an important role directing the organisation in successfully marketing Australia as a premier visitor destination.“They are also pivotal in encouraging companies to back Government investment with increased private sector expenditure – working together to drive the industry forward both at home and abroad.“I am confident the new board members will be up to the task and will bring to the board the depth of knowledge, skill and experience required to achieve solid results for our tourism industry.”last_img read more

Aug
10

PHILADELPHIA – Meek Mills imprisonment on a proba

first_img PHILADELPHIA – Meek Mill’s imprisonment on a probation violation has set off a flurry of legal appeals, criticism of the criminal justice system, newspaper opinion pieces, rallies, billboards and bus ads. A look at how the 30-year-old Philadelphia rapper, whose “Dreams Worth More Than Money” won a Billboard award for top rap album last year, ended up in a Pennsylvania prison roughly a decade after his 2007 arrest:___HOW DID ALL THIS START?JANUARY 2007: Mill is arrested in Philadelphia, charged with assault, drug and gun possession. According to a criminal complaint, he pointed a firearm at a police officer and was forcibly subdued.AUGUST 2008: Mill is convicted of charges including simple assault, possession of a controlled substance with intent to deliver, possession of a loaded weapon.JANUARY 2009: He is sentenced to 11 1/2 to 23 months behind bars, seven years of probation. Common Pleas Judge Genece Brinkley says the term was “considerably shorter” than it could have been. She writes that the court wanted to “give him an opportunity to turn his life around from selling drugs and instead focus on his musical talent.”___RELEASE AND PROBATIONJUNE 2009: Mill is released from jail after five months and paroled under house arrest. He is given permission to work but is also ordered to earn a high school equivalency diploma and undergo drug treatment.2010-2012: On multiple occasions, he tests positive for marijuana and opioid use but is not held to be in violation of the terms of his release.DECEMBER 2011: He is found to be in technical violation for testing positive for opioid use but is not jailed.2012: After a court date is rescheduled several times because of Mill’s “unavailability and failure to communicate with his attorney,” Brinkley writes in a court document, his travel outside Philadelphia is suspended.MARCH 2013: He is found in violation of probation for travelling outside the city but is not jailed. Instead, he is ordered to enrol in an etiquette course to address “inappropriate social media use and crude language in the courtroom,” court documents state.JULY 2014: He violates probation again, this time for failing to report to his probation officer, making unauthorized travel plans and ignoring the court’s orders. He is returned to jail for about five months and given an additional five years of probation.DECEMBER 2015: Mill is back in court for his fourth hearing for violations. Authorities say he didn’t report to his probation officer, disobeyed travel restrictions and submitted a sample of cold water for a urine test. A lab technician testifies that Mill told him that the sample was cold because he drank a lot of water. His then-girlfriend, Nicki Minaj, testifies on his behalf. Mill’s attorney says his work in the entertainment business makes it hard for the rapper to comply with orders restricting his travel. Sentencing was scheduled for February.FEBRUARY 2016: He is sentenced to 90 days house arrest and is required to do community service.___RECENT IMPRISONMENTNOV. 6, 2017: Brinkley sentences Mill to two to four years in prison for violating probation. She cites a failed drug test, failure to comply with an order restricting his travel and two other unrelated arrests — one in St. Louis for a fight in an airport where charges against him were later dropped and the other for reckless driving in New York City where he took a dismissal deal.“You basically thumbed your nose at me,” she says.The prosecutor and his probation officer recommended he not be imprisoned.Mill admits to the violations but says jailing him would likely end his musical career. “I may have made a mistake but I never had the intention of disrespecting you,” he said.He’s currently in a Pennsylvania prison.___LEGAL BATTLE, PR CAMPAIGN TO FREE HIMNOVEMBER 2017Mill’s lawyers file appeals to have him freed on bail, and ask judge to recuse herself. They allege Brinkley has made the case personal and has assumed an “essentially prosecutorial” role.They say she suggested Mill record a version of the Boyz II Men song “On Bended Knee” and mention the judge in it. After Mill declined, the judge replies: “Suit yourself,” his lawyers say. This conversation occurred in the judge’s chambers and a transcript of the meeting is unavailable. Brinkley can’t comment, a person at her office says.Hundreds, including former Philadelphia 76er Julius Erving and rapper Rick Ross, protest in front of the courthouse. “Stand With Meek Mill” signs spring up around Philadelphia on billboards and buses. The Rev. Al Sharpton visits him in prison; he says a broken criminal justice system is responsible for Mill’s incarceration.An appeals court declines to release Mill but instructs the sentencing judge to act “without further delay” on Mill’s nearly 2-week-old request to be freed. Joe Tacopina, one of Mill’s lawyers, calls his incarceration a “travesty of justice.”DEC. 1, 2017: Brinkley denies the motion to free Mill, writing that he’s a flight risk and a “danger to the community.” Timeline: The saga of Meek Mill and how he ended up in jail by Anthony Izaguirre, The Associated Press Posted Dec 4, 2017 10:50 am PDT Last Updated Dec 4, 2017 at 11:20 am PDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Emaillast_img read more