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Staff Accountant

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OH-CINCINNATI, Salary: $14.25 to $16.50 hourly Accountemps is looking to find a talented, efficient Staff Accountant to join an esteemed organization. The responsibilities of the Staff Accountant include preparing journal entries, monthly and year-end closings, bank reconciliation, fixed asset maintenance, and general ledger reconciliation. When it's time for the monthly close, you'll be responsible for various
          

Jets' Jamal Adams in Walking Boot After Suffering Foot Injury vs. Bengals

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New York Jets ' safety Jamal Adams suffered a foot injury in Sunday's 22-6 loss to the Cincinnati Bengals . The Record 's Andy Vazquez reported Adams had a walking boot on his left foot after the game...
          

Concrete Worker Killed In Partial Building Collapse At Cincinnati Construction Site

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The Hamilton County Coroner has identified the worker killed after a building partially collapsed in downtown Cincinnati Monday. The collapse occurred just before 1 p.m. at 151 West Fourth St., near Race Street. The building -- which was under construction at the time -- partially collapsed as crews poured concrete on the building’s seventh floor. City officials said four people were pulled from the rubble and taken to area hospitals. All four have since been released. A fifth person was treated and released at the scene. Officials said another person was still believed to be inside, trapped somewhere under debris. Crews recovered the body under debris Tuesday night, more than 30 hours after the collapse.
          

ESPN Host Says NFL Franchise Needs To ‘Beg’ Jim Harbaugh To Take Job

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The New York Jets are currently losing to the 0-11 Cincinnati Bengals, 22-6, late in the fourth quarter. The fan base appears to be ready for a coaching change. Adam Gase is just in Year 1 of his head coaching tenure with the Jets, and ownership has said he’ll be back in 2020, but that’s […]

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Photos: Rough Crowds At Kickoff At Several NFL Games Today

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Just a few minutes ago, NFL games from all around the country kicked off and there was one common theme among them: empty stadiums. As bad weather rocked the Northeast, fans failed to show up to games for the New York Giants, Baltimore Ravens and Pittsburgh Steelers. But weather wasn’t the only factor in fan […]

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Adams, John Edward

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John Edward Adams Cincinnati 76, 26-Nov, Preston Charles Funeral Home.
          

Albert, Lyle

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Lyle Albert Florence - Lyle Thomas Albert, 77, of Florence, KY passed away Thursday, November 28, 2019 at the Cincinnati VA Medical Center in...
          

Bartlett, Martha Purdy

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Martha Purdy Bartlett Cincinnati - Martha (nee Purdy) Bartlett, 4/15/27 - 11/29/19. Born in Mansfield, OH. The third daughter of Reba and Wesley...
          

Battle, Curtis Rudolph

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Curtis Rudolph Battle Cincinnati - Devoted Husband of Janice Battle, Loving Father of 5 children, Dear grandfather of 36 grandchildren, Cherished...
          

Benzing, Don

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Don Benzing Cincinnati - Donald L. Benzing, age 88, of Cincinnati, Ohio passed away on Sunday, November 24, 2019. He was born in Cincinnati, Ohio on...
          

Bowers, Beverly

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Beverly Bowers Cincinnati - Beverly A. Bowers (Gooch), - Died November 25, 2019 at 72 years of age. Memorial service to occur December 8, 2019....
          

Cummins, Dorothy Browning

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Dorothy Browning Cummins Cincinnati 96, 26-Nov, Moore and Parker Funeral Home.
          

Duncanson, Helen

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Helen Duncanson Cincinnati - Helen L. (nee Penny) Duncanson, 101, beloved wife, mother, grandmother and great grandmother, passed away quietly on...
          

Dwyer, John Skip

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John Skip Dwyer Burlington - John "Skip" Francis Dwyer, 75, of Burlington, KY passed away Wednesday, November 27, 2019 at Cincinnati VA Hospital in...
          

Fischesser, Beth Ann

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Beth Ann Fischesser Cincinnati 62, 23-Nov, Advantage Cremation Care.
          

Fischesser, Beth Ann

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Beth Ann Fischesser Cincinnati 62, 23-Nov, Advantage Cremation Care.
          

Fox, Sharyn

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Sharyn Fox Cincinnati - FOX, Sharyn, age 78, passed away November 26, 2019, beloved wife of the late Arthur Feldstein and Stuart Fox, devoted mother...
          

Freudiger, William M.

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William M. Freudiger Cincinnati - William M. Freudiger, beloved husband of 64 years of Betty J. (nee Smith ) Freudiger. Devoted father of David M....
          

Freudiger, William M.

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William M. Freudiger Cincinnati 86, 26-Nov, Ralph Meyer & Deters Funeral Home.
          

Goode, Judy

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Judy Goode Cincinnati - Judy Goode, 85, passed away on Sunday, November 24,2019, at Glen Meadows Nursing Home in Hamilton, Ohio where she had been...
          

Hart, Patricia

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Patricia Hart Cincinnati - Patricia Hart was the loving wife to the late Max Hart, dear mother to 10, grandmother to 20, great grandmother to 13....
          

Hesse, Robert J. "Bob"

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Robert J. "Bob" Hesse Cincinnati - Hesse, Robert J. "Bob," Beloved husband for 56 years of Mary (nee Dittelberger) Hesse. Loving father of David...
          

Kehrt, Robert K.

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Robert K. Kehrt Cincinnati 65, 23-Nov, Dalbert, Woodruff & Isenogle Funeral Home.
          

Kent, James

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James Kent Cincinnati - Kent, James E. Beloved husband of Alice Multner Kent and the late Doris M. Kent. Dear father of Terry (Pam) Kent, Barbara...
          

Lester, Linda Carmen

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Linda Carmen Lester Cincinnati 58, 26-Nov, Walker Funeral Home.
          

Loebker, Lawrence A. ‘Larryù

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Lawrence A. 'Larry' Loebker Cincinnati - Lawrence A. 'Larry' Loebker, beloved husband and best friend of 51 years of Ida M. (nee Morris) Loebker....
          

Malloy, Dorothy (Kinnemeyer)

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Dorothy Malloy (nee Kinnemeyer) Cincinnati - Age 95 years. Loving mother of Dennis J. Malloy Sr. Visitation Tuesday December 3, 2019 from 10 AM to...
          

Merritt, Jimmie

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Jimmie Merritt Cincinnati - Jimmie Alco Merritt, passed peacefully on November 24th 2019 at the age of 92. He is the devoted husband of Norrie...
          

Miller, Joan M.

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Joan M. Miller Cincinnati 83, 22-Nov, Walker Funeral Home.
          

Miller, Katie

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Katie Miller Cincinnati 61, 27-Nov, Walker Funeral Home.
          

Morgan, Darryl Jay

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Darryl Jay Morgan Cincinnati 68, 19-Nov, Fares J. Radel Funeral Home.
          

Nelson-Turnbow, Gloria

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Gloria Nelson-Turnbow Cincinnati - Passed away at age 73. Visitation will be held Friday, December 6, 2019 from 5-7pm at Spring Grove Funeral Homes,...
          

Richardson, Izolia

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Izolia Richardson Cincinnati 79, 27-Nov, Preston Charles Funeral Home.
          

Robinson, Daniel Lee

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Daniel Lee Robinson Cincinnati 61, 22-Nov, Advantage Cremation Care.
          

Rothwell, Linda

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Linda Rothwell Cincinnati - Linda Linville Rothwell, loving mother of Richard Jr., Jaime, Karen, Kevin (Gina), Brandon, and Cameron; daughter of...
          

Schlueter, Herman F.

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Herman F. Schlueter Cincinnati - Herman F. Schlueter of Cincinnati Beloved husband of the late Joan Schlueter. Loving father of Phil, David...
          

Shahid, Rashad

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Rashad Shahid Cincinnati 25, 21-Nov, Walker Funeral Home.
          

Smith, Jason

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Jason Smith Cincinnati 39, 24-Nov, Tredway-Pollitt-Staver Funeral Home.
          

Spears Jr., Erskine

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Erskine Spears, Jr. Cincinnati 92, 22-Nov, Walker Funeral Home.
          

Stoll, David "Gator"

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David "Gator" Stoll Cincinnati - Age 61. Died Nov. 29, 2019 Visitation Wednesday from 12-3pm & 5-8pm at Harvest Home Park Lodge, 3961 N. Bend Rd.,...
          

Wainscott, Ruth Ann

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Ruth Ann Wainscott Cincinnati 90, 21-Nov, Newcomer Northwest.
          

Ward, Opal

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Opal Ward Cincinnati 90, 05-Nov, Thompson, Hall and Jordan.
          

Watson, Jalen

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Jalen Watson Cincinnati - Beloved son of SeanDra Watson and Stacye Powell; loving brother, devoted uncle of Samyah Watson; loving grandson of...
          

WorkHorse, USOG Will Launch Medical Drone Delivery Program

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Transportation-solutions provider Workhorse Group is partnering with Unmanned Systems Operations Group to launch a pilot drone-delivery program focusing on the medical sector. The initiative will deploy Workhorse’s HorseFly, an octocopter drone designed and built by the University of Cincinnati College of Engineering and Applied Science. If all goes according to plan, USOG technicians will monitor […]

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OB GYN Physician Job job in Ohio (OH) - #obgyn #mfm #smfm #wedeliver #gyn #urogyn #MFMFellows #mfmfellow

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OBGYN opening near Cincinnati OH Located in Wilmington OH - just 45 miles from Cincinnati OH Service area of 40 000 people Full-time permanent opening Joining a very busy established Private Practice Currently 2 Physicians and 2 NPs in the practice The current physicians also have a GYN surgery com
          

Family Medicine Physician Job - No OB job in Cincinnati Ohio (OH) - #familymedicine #familypractice #fmrevolution #primarycare #proudtobegim

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Don t miss out on this excellent Urgent Care practice opportunity Outpatient only work seven 12 hour shifts every two weeks. Enjoy living in a beautiful family oriented community near Greater Cincinnati with a lower cost of living less crime and excellent school systems You can expect a great annual
          

Internal Medicine Physician Job job in Call for details Ohio (OH) - #internalmedicine #im #improud #twitternist #impocus #pocus #pcp

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p Primary Care Physician needed in Ohio near Cincinnati and Columbus. Job ID 50712 p p strong Job Details strong p ul li Seeking BC BE Family or Internal Medicine physicians f li li Outpatient opportunity within a network of over 120 physicians throughout the greater Dayton and northern Cincinnati
          

Hospitalist Physician Job job in Cincinnati Ohio (OH) - #hospitalist #hospitalmedicine #academichospitalist #meded #medtwitter

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div class job-description div class wrap div class container h2 class subhead Through People We Make a Difference h2 p Being a physician-led practice is a big part of who we are. Our practice is built by all of us and everyone is empowered to contribute and make our practice even better. Sound Phys
          

Family Medicine Physician Job - No OB job in Ohio (OH) - #familymedicine #familypractice #fmrevolution #primarycare #proudtobegim

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p strong Family Practitioner needed in Ohio 30 miles north of downtown Cincinnati strong p p strong nbsp strong p p strong This is a locums contract position that starts 8 15 18 and will be ongoing while the client recruits for a perm provider. nbsp This is a new clinic opening in August. nbsp Locu
          

Family Medicine Physician Job - No OB job in Ohio (OH) - #familymedicine #familypractice #fmrevolution #primarycare #proudtobegim

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p Cincinnati Ohio Northern Kentucky seeking strong Primary Care Physicians and Urgent Care Doctors strong p p 10 minutes to Cincinnati Ohio p p nbsp p p One of the country rsquo s most vibrant and exciting cities has several openings from 5 minutes to 20 minutes of Cincinnati. p p 25 plus patients
          

OB GYN Physician Job job in Cincinnati Indiana (IN) - #obgyn #mfm #smfm #wedeliver #gyn #urogyn #MFMFellows #mfmfellow

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Consider an eastern Indiana hospital just one hour to Indy Cincy and 30 minutes to Dayton. Our client is seeking an OBGYN to join their growing team. This hospital is located in east-central Indiana with all the advantages of a single hospital community low managed care environment and supportive me
          

Neurologist Physician Job job in Southwest Ohio (OH) - #neurology #neurologist #iamaneurologist #aanam

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New Neurology Opportunity Partnership in Southwest Ohio Located between Dayton and Cincinnati. Joining a group of 2 Neurologists - MOB next to brand new hospital. Progressive practice. Shared call. General Neurology could also use someone with Sleep or Epilepsy Fellowship training but not required.
          

Department Head, Aerospace Engineering and Engineering Mechanics | University of Cincinnati

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Cincinnati, Ohio, REQUIREMENTS The applicant is expected to hold a Ph.D. in Engineering, Science, Mathematics, or a closely related discipline, or an advanced professional degree with a minimum of 15 years of disting
          

Primary Care in Ohio and Kentucky | Bon Secours Mercy Health

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Cincinnati, Ohio, Bon Secours Mercy Health has several Primary Care opportunities located in Ohio and Kentucky. Specific areas include:   Cincinnati, OH Springfield, OH Paducah, KY Ashland, KY   Oppo
          

Account Manager, Territory End User | Rockwell Automation

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Cincinnati, Ohio, Position Summary The Territory Account Manager is responsible for the development and implementation of sales strategies and plans to maintain existing business and identify opportunities for gro
          

Department Head, Aerospace Engineering and Engineering Mechanics | University of Cincinnati

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Cincinnati, Ohio, REQUIREMENTS The applicant is expected to hold a Ph.D. in Engineering, Science, Mathematics, or a closely related discipline, or an advanced professional degree with a minimum of 15 years of disting
          

Float Client Relationship Consultant (Cincinnati) 30 hours; works at multiple branches/ flexible schedule | US Bank

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Cincinnati, Ohio, Float Client Relationship Consultant (Cincinnati) 30 hours; works at multiple branches/flexible schedule-190035277 At U.S. Bank, we're passionate about helping customers and the communities where
          

Float Client Relationship Consultant (Cincinnati) 30 hours; works at multiple branches/ flexible schedule | US Bank

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Cincinnati, Ohio, Float Client Relationship Consultant (Cincinnati) 30 hours; works at multiple branches/flexible schedule-190035280 At U.S. Bank, we're passionate about helping customers and the communities where
          

College football picks Week 14: Ohio State beats Michigan and Jim Harbaugh, again

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Another week of college football calls for another set of picks, including Virginia Tech at Virginia, Cincinnati at Memphis, Iowa at Nebraska and more.


          

1 killed, 1 critically hurt in shooting at Cincinnati bar

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Police in Ohio say an overnight bar shooting left one person dead and another critically wounded.
          

Missing Adult Alert issued for Hamilton County man

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A Missing Adult Alert has been issued for a man out of Hamilton County, near Cincinnati.
          

Bengals avoid 0-12 start, beat Jets in Andy Dalton's return as starter - ESPN

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  1. Bengals avoid 0-12 start, beat Jets in Andy Dalton's return as starter  ESPN
  2. Jets vs. Bengals Week 13 Highlights | NFL 2019  NFL
  3. Bengals get first win of 2019 season Sunday against the Jets  WLWT Cincinnati
  4. Andy Dalton Throws a Perfect Strike to Tyler Boyd!  NFL
  5. Bengals leading 17-6 at halftime in Andy Dalton’s return to lineup  NBCSports.com
  6. View full coverage on Google News

          

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The Steelers spent some time this week talking about the improved atmosphere around the team after things got a bit toxic during the messy end to the 2018 season http://www.cincinnatibengalsteamonline.com/randy-bullock-jersey , but it will take some time to see if that translates to wins on the field.Until it does, the Steelers are likely to continue to hear doubts that they can return to the playoffs this season. They’ve heard some from oddsmakers who installed the Browns as favorites to win the AFC North and it’s not hard to come across others around the football world who are skeptical of the team.Cornerback Joe Haden thinks the team can use those doubts “to our advantage.”“You hear the outside noise,” Haden said, via the . “Usually, Pittsburgh, [outsiders are] always, ‘Aw, they’re going to be in the playoffs.’ They just basically put us in the playoffs. Now to hear people not talk as highly of us has kind of put a chip on our shoulder. I think that’s a great thing. We’ve got something to really work for.”If the AFC North turns out as the oddsmakers project, it would be a significant change for the division, the Browns and the Steelers. It’s only May, though, and that’s plenty of time for Haden and his teammates to keep things from changing too much. INDIANAPOLIS — When Andrew Luck gazes over Cincinnati’s defense Sunday, he’ll see some of the league’s top pass rushers.Defensive tackle Geno Atkins often gets the interior push. Michael Johnson, Carlos Dunlap and Carl Lawson routinely bring the outside pressure.So with Luck making his first start in more than 20 months http://www.cincinnatibengalsteamonline.com/mark-walton-jersey , the Cincinnati Bengals hope to make life miserable as the Colts‘ quarterback re-acclimates himself to regular-season life in the NFL.“My biggest concern, they have a really good front seven,” Luck said. “It’s always a tough defense. Geno Atkins is a heck of a player, (Carlos) Dunlap on the edge, got guys that can cover. So it’s always a challenge.”Circumstances could make this season opener even more challenging for Indy.Longtime left tackle Anthony Castonzo missed the entire preseason with a hamstring injury and was limited in practice earlier this week. Denzelle Good, who appeared to be the favorite at right tackle, hasn’t played since hurting his left knee in the third preseason game.Then there’s rookie left guard Quenton Nelson, the No. 6 pick. He’s likely to draw the assignment on Atkins, and there’s no assurance second-year running back Marlon Mack will return from a hamstring injury that has kept him off the field since the preseason opener. If Mack can’t play, rookies Jordan Wilkins and Nyheim Hines may be asked to help protect Luck, one of the league’s highest-paid players.No, it’s not an ideal start for a quarterback who missed the 2017 season while recovering from surgery on his throwing shoulder.But the Colts may not have a choice.“We will do everything we can do to neutralize the pass rush — no matter what five guys are up front,” new coach Frank Reich said. “And that will be No. 1 on the pass game agenda each week: How do you protect the passer?”The Bengals, who have lost eight straight in Indy http://www.cincinnatibengalsteamonline.com/hardy-nickerson-jersey , have other concerns.They’re expecting to face a crowd eager to welcome back Luck and capable of making enough noise to slow down the pass rushers.“I think everybody there is going to be excited,” Bengals coach Marvin Lewis said. “We know the kind of player that he is. I guess if you’re going to play Andrew Luck, you’d rather be playing him now than Week 12.”NEW STRIPESThe Bengals debut their redesigned offense under coordinator Bill Lazor after giving a few previews during the preseason. They made more of an effort to get big plays, something missing last season. Andy Dalton looked comfortable with the new playbook in his limited preseason time, completing 71 percent of his passes with four touchdowns, one interception — the receiver fell on his route — and a passer rating of 130.9.“I feel real comfortable with the way I played,” Dalton said.DOUBLE DOSELast year, in Philadelphia, Reich took advantage of a plethora of solid tight ends. Expect more of the same this season in Indy.The Colts signed free agent Eric Ebron, Detroit’s first-round pick in 2014, to help stretch the field as Pro Bowler Jack Doyle continues to exploit the middle. Indy also has former basketball player Eric Swoope and Ryan Hewitt, a former Bengal, on the roster. All four could play Sunday.NEW O-LINEThe offensive line was the biggest issue in Cincinnati’s offense finishing last in the league in 2017. That unit has been overhauled, leaving only one returning starter http://www.cincinnatibengalsteamonline.com/germaine-pratt-jersey , left guard Clint Boling.It’ll be the first time that left tackle Cordy Glenn, rookie center Billy Price, right guard Alex Redmond and right tackle Bobby Hart play together in a regular-season game.RECORD WATCHAdam Vinatieri’s 23rd NFL season could be the most remarkable of his career.The four-time Super Bowl champion needs seven field goals to break Morten Andersen’s record (565), five field goals from the 40-49-yard range to take over the top spot from Gary Anderson and 58 points to break Andersen’s mark of 2,544.How has he done it? By keeping things in perspective.“You definitely want to start off on the right note,” he said. “We know how important it is, we know how much our owner wants to win this first game. We know how important it is to win at home in front of our home crowd, all the above.”NO BURFICTFor the fourth straight season, the Bengals will be without linebacker Vontaze Burfict at the outset.He missed the first six games of 2015 while recovering from a knee injury and has been suspended for the start of each of the past three.This time, Burfict will miss the first four games for violating the NFL’s policy on performance-enhancers.
          

Fake DIY videos

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Sometimes I fall into the trap of watching videos that claim to teach you some great thing that saves you a ton of money, they go on and on and never get to the thing that brought you there in the first place.

There is one that tells me that I can revive dead batteries back to new at no cost and it is very simple. Car batteries, laptop batteries, Double A's, tripple A's, C batteries, batteries for your electronics, batteries for your toothbrush, batteries for your cameras batteries for your etc...etc...and John Smith of Cincinnati, Ohio is doing it, Marsha Jones of Miami, Florida is doing it, then there's Bill Wuthersby of Glasgow, Scotland, Pierre Thibot of Garches, France, and M'butu Click-click from Thabala, Botswana...etc...and they go on and on for half an hour and still don't tell you how to do it...

Why do people waste their time making these videos? Are they hacking my computer, giving me a virus? Maybe they are brainwashing me with subliminal suggestions, I don't know, but why? Can someone please tell me why?


          

He appears supported believe after connected team now Carter Rowney Authentic Jersey

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Prior to http://www.duckshockeyshop.com/adidas-carter-rowney-jersey that, Wink coached 11 seasons in the collegiate ranks, including three years at the University of Cincinnati alongside then-assistant head coach John Harbaugh. He was injured in the explosion, and one of the injuries was a torn ACL. The last 48 hours may well be the best
          

ANDY DALTON DA A BENGALS SU PRIMER TRIUNFO DE LA TEMPORADA

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El QB de Cincinnati puso fin con esta victoria a la peor racha en la historia de la franquicia Andy Dalton regresó de un exilio de tres semanas y dio…
          

Department Head, Aerospace Engineering and Engineering Mechanics | University of Cincinnati

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Cincinnati, Ohio, REQUIREMENTS The applicant is expected to hold a Ph.D. in Engineering, Science, Mathematics, or a closely related discipline, or an advanced professional degree with a minimum of 15 years of disting
          

Purchasing Agent

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OH-CINCINNATI, Salary: $18.00 to $21.00 hourly Accountemps is looking for a Purchasing Specialist for a project through January in the Cincinnati area. This thriving company is looking for a strong Purchasing Agent to assist them in a coverage through the holiday season! Purchasing Specialist Duties include: ERP knowledge a must – they use Epicore 10, but experience in that software not a requirement. Purchase o
          

Television Production Engineer | University of Cincinnati

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Cincinnati, Ohio,   The University of Cincinnati (UC), Department of Athletics seeks applications for a Television Production Engineer to work in Athletics Operations. This is a full-time position, salaried, with a
          

Dragons on Deck: Lyon Richardson

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Richardson is currently ranked as the Cincinnati Reds #12 prospect by MLBPipeline.com.
          

Digital Content Specialist | University of Cincinnati

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Cincinnati, Ohio, The University of Cincinnati is currently accepting applications for a Digital Content Specialist. The responsibilities of this position will include the following: Enforce the university’s web style
          

Mary Ann Mauch, 79

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Mary Ann Mauch, 79, of Pierce Township, passed away on Thursday, November 14, 2019 at Hospice of Cincinnati East Inpatient.  She was born June 20, 1940 in Cincinnati, devoted wife of the late Albert G. [...]
          

“Hey, Rocky, watch me pull a rabbit out of my hat!”

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One down, 28 to go – barring the phenomenally unlikely chance that they’ll meet up in The Finals, we’ve seen the last of the franchise originally known as the Rochester Royals for this season.

More likely, these two stout performances over the last eight days against a contending team will serve as primary high points to another less than regal season for the Association’s most transient and widely-traveled franchise.

Through the years, Karma appears often to have made this a star-crossed franchise – from the alleged playoff screw-job vs. the Lakers nearly 20 years ago; despite the best efforts of Tiny Archibald and Bob Cousy; notwithstanding their re-location to Cincinnati in the late ‘50’s in order to better utilize the league’s territorial draft; all the way back to the tragic striking down of Maurice Stokes.

As may well befit a “cursed” franchise, Sacramento lost last night to the C’s despite compiling more “Adjusted Conversions” (and thus more expected “point production”) – arguably the most unusual numerical anomaly I’ve come to recognize in several years of tracking some pretty weird "Basketball Algebra"!!!

The Celtics actually posted a 48 – 44 edge in converted possessions, primarily by virtue of a 10- 7 advantage in Free-throw Conversions. But a 13 – 4 differential in Stripes (the equivalent of 4.5 possessions) gives the Californians a 50.5 – 50 “victory” in Adjusted Conversions.

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So how did Brad’s boys eke out their win? Credit Enes Kanter and each member of the J Team for earning (and making) an “and-1” … while Buddy Hield misfired on Sacramento’s lone 3-point-possibility.

T’was the 3 – 1 edge in these “ancillary” FTA’s that turned a projected one-point loss into an opportunistic one-point victory.


Game 16 vs Sacramento


Boston 103

FG: C’s – 38-85, .447
3FG: C’s – 7-30, .233
FT: C’s – 20-23, .870 [10 conversions]
TS%: C’s – .541
OR: C’s – 11 + 7 (team) [minus 0 FT rebounds]
DR: C’s – 27 + 3 (team) [minus 3 FT rebounds]
TO: C’s – 11 + 1 (team)
Poss: C’s – 89 {41 “Empty”}
PPP: C’s – 1.157
CV%: C’s – 48 / 89, .539
Stripes: C’s – 4 [2.0 conversions]
Adjusted CV%: C’s – 50 / 89, .562 {expected production, 100 points}


Sacramento 102

FG: Sac – 37-79, .468
3FG: Sac – 18-47, .383
FT: Sac – 10-15, .667 [7 conversions]
TS%: Sac – .596
OR: Sac – 8 + 5 (team) [minus 0 FT rebounds]
DR: Sac – 28 + 1 (team) [minus 0 FT rebounds]
TO: Sac – 14 + 3 (team)
Poss: Sac – 90 {46 “Empty”}
PPP: Sac – 1.133
CV%: Sac – 44 / 90, .489
Stripes: Sac – 13 [6.5 conversions]
Adjusted CV%: Sac – 50.5 / 90, .561 {expected production, 101 points}


Note re Calculation & Notation:

The number of “possessions” is an accurate count, not a formula-based estimated value. For purposes of clarity, the bracketed digit following the FT% is the exact count of “conversions” represented by those FTA’s.

“Possessions” calculation: FGA’s + FT conversions + TO’s – OR’s (including Team OR’s) – FT OR’s

“Conversions” calculation: FG’s + FT conversions

“Stripes” calculation: 3FG’s – missed FTA’s

TS% = True Shooting Percentage

PPP = Points per Possession

CV% = Conversion Percentage


Abacus Revelation for the Road

Monday’s TD Garden party was played at the slowest pace of the season thus far, a mere 89 scoring opportunities for the C’s – it was also only the third time an opponent managed more possessions than did Boston.

          

Adam Gase’s stubborn Le’Veon Bell saga turns Jets into frauds

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CINCINNATI — Shame on the Jets. No one associated with the Jets should be immune to harsh criticism over the most ignominious result of the season, an insulting 22-6 loss Sunday at Paul Brown Stadium to a hapless Bengals team that started the day with an 0-11 record and ended it with their rookie head...
          

Health Careers Program Coordinator

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Gateway Community and Technical College invites applications for the part-time position of Health Careers Program Coordinator for The North Central Area Health Education Center (AHEC).  The position is responsible for planning and implementing a variety of programs designed to inform and interest high school and college students in health careers.  

Duties:
  • Develop relationships with school personnel in targeted schools for the purpose of facilitating health career programming.
  • Develop relationships with college and university personnel for the purpose of promoting AHEC Scholars.?
  • Plan and implement after-school health career programming including summer camps, the Health Career Explorers program, AHEC Scholars, school presentations and the annual Health Career Showcase
  • Participate in KY AHEC Statewide meetings and constituency group meetings when scheduled.
  • Participate in NC AHEC staff meetings and other meetings when scheduled.
  • Collaborate with the UK AHEC Program Office and other regional AHEC offices, to provide and share effective and innovative health career programming
  • Maintain statistics and records of all programs provided including entering data in the AHEC Navigator database and U of L Med App databases
  • Assist programs and staff at Gateway Community and Technical College to advance recruitment, growth and development of health career programming.
  • Other duties as assigned.    
Required Qualifications
  • Bachelor's degree in a health career, or teaching degree with an emphasis on science or health education or equivalent.
  • 1 year of relevant experience.
  • Willingness to travel including occasional overnight travel.
  • Excellent writing skills.
  • Personable, energetic, motivated, hard-working, disciplined
  • Commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion.
  • Experience in and understanding of the importance of working with students from diverse populations. 
  • Excellent organizational skills; high attention to detail; independent; self-motivated; able to work in a fast-paced, changing environment. 
  • Excellent interpersonal skills; ability to communicate with many individuals at all levels throughout the internal college environment as well as external business and community partners, representing his/her self in a professional and courteous manner.
  • Ability to communicate clearly in writing and verbally.
  • Ability to multi-task, work under deadlines, and prioritize projects to meet deadlines with high levels of efficiency and accuracy. 
  • Must have proficient computer skills in Microsoft Office (Word, Excel and Outlook)

Preferred Qualifications

  • Master's degree in a health career, or teaching degree with an emphasis on science or health education or equivalent.
  • 3 years of relevant experience
  • Experience in and understanding of the importance of working with students from diverse populations. 
  • Experience working at the community college level.
Anticipated start date: January 2020

**Grant Funded Position**

Gateway Community and Technical College is located in Northern Kentucky - part of the Greater Cincinnati Region

Gateway Community and Technical College is Northern Kentucky’s only public, accredited, comprehensive two-year institution. Gateway offers high-quality, targeted education to meet the personal and professional needs of students, and contribute to the economic development of the region.

More information about AHEC can be found: http://www.northcentralkyahec.org/


          

Energy Medicine: Former coroner Owens among four newly named Great Living Cincinnatians - The Cincinnati Enquirer

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Former coroner Owens among four newly named Great Living Cincinnatians  The Cincinnati Enquirer
          

On the Thanksgiving menu: Turkey, with a side of impeachment

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Some people heading to Thanksgiving gatherings predict it’s not just the turkey that will get roasted. Already polarized over Republican Donald Trump’s presidency, Americans are deeply split on a looming historic impeachment. Many families reflect the nation’s divisions, setting up heated holiday debates in households with a taste for politics. Bryan Wright, of Cincinnati, said ...
          

Program Manager, Education Innovations & Community Partnerships | University of Cincinnati

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Cincinnati, Ohio, The Office for Education Innovations & Community Partnerships (EICP) out of the College of Education, Criminal Justice, Human Services and Information Technology (CECH) is seeking a Program Manager t
          

Department Head, Aerospace Engineering and Engineering Mechanics | University of Cincinnati

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Sam Darnold’s noticeable limp isn’t causing concern

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CINCINNATI — Sam Darnold had a noticeable limp late in the fourth quarter, but the Jets quarterback insisted after the 22-6 loss to the Bengals that he is fine. “I just got stepped on, I guess,” Darnold said. “I honestly don’t even really know what happened. I’m not concerned at all.” Darnold missed three games...
          

PT Associate DVM | Gallardo Family Animal Hospital

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Cincinnati, Ohio, The ideal candidate will be: Friendly and helpful Amiable and comfortable talking to clients  A team player Interested in rescue work  Professional Computer savvy Compassionate and emp
          

1953 HR Draft

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Pick Team Player 1 Saint Louis Browns 2B Carol Lindsay 2 Milwaukee Braves 2B Arnold Nicholson 3 Boston Red Sox RF Thomas Hinojosa 4 New York Giants P Thomas Job 5 Philadelphia Athletics P Quyleen Coon 6 Chicago Cubs SS Scott Edwards 7 Detroit Tigers C Gregory Howard 8 Cincinnati Reds P Robert Frechette 9 New York Yankees 10 Pittsburgh Pirates 11 Cleveland Indians 12 Saint Louis Cardinals 13 Washington Senators 14 Philadelphia Phillies 15 Brooklyn Dodgers 16 Chicago White Stockings
          

The Baltimore City Council investigates sewage floods

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"Raw sewage is bad for human health - this is universal." -Chris Heaney, Associate Professor for Environmental Health and Engineering at Johns Hopkins University

 

On Wednesday November 13th , I attended a hearing that the Baltimore City Council's Land Use Committee held for Resolution 19-0159, an investigation into sewage backups into buildings and the city's Expedited Reimbursement Program, set up to assist residents with the costs associated with sewer backups. The backup of sewage into Baltimore homes is a big problem, and only increasing with factors such a climate change causing more frequent heavy rain events, combined with increased pressure in sewage systems due to closings of sewer outfalls. The expedited reimbursement program is required by Baltimore’s modified consent decree regarding sanitary sewers, but hasn’t worked to great effect causing numerous problems for city residents. Problems with the program include but are not limited to a low reimbursement cap, strict but murky criteria for reimbursement, and general lack of notification on the issue for city residents. These problems were brought to attention in the hearing, and a rally held beforehand by Clean Water Action, Blue Water Baltimore, the Environmental Integrity Project, West Arlington Improvement Association, Violetville and St. Agnes Community Association, and The Church of the Guardian Angel. (Watch the rally here!) At the rally, Councilman Kristerfer Burnett named the problem of sewer backups as ” [resultant of] systemic dis-investment from city infrastructure;” then the rally speakers and many more issue area experts and impacted residents went indoors to watch and speak at the hearing. The entire hearing is available on Youtube here; the links below take you directly to the moment in question.

The hearing began at approximately 5pm and opened with testification from Grove Park resident Doris Brightful about her multiple sewage backups since 2014 causing extreme damage in her basement along with DPW's ineptitude in helping with her backups. When talking about a 2015 backup, she said her family contacted 311, and "they said they would come and send someone to help evacuate the water, and they didn’t show until 11:00 the next morning by that time we had just but boots on." This was followed by testimony from Alice Volpitta  of Blue Water Baltimore calling "DPW’s decision to close of most of the sewer system’s emergency relief valves before adequately increasing pipe capacity" a "predictable catastrophe." Surprising testimony then came from Joy Hatchett of the Maryland Insurance Administration, whose unit handles disaster response and refers consumers to resources outside of insurance if a disaster can’t be covered, and who was not informed about the expedited reimbursement program until this summer - by advocates, not by the city. Later, even Director McMillan of the Mayor’s Office of Emergency Management claimed the program was unbeknownst to him until directly in this actual hearing. This brings into question whether the ERP is being intentionally hidden by DPW. If information isn’t being prudently shared by DPW to actual agencies in the same way that constituents aren’t being effectively informed, how can information be effectively disseminated?  

Additional testimony was presented by Chris Heaney of Johns Hopkins and Billy Walker, a public adjuster. Heaney referenced research showing disproportionate affected-ness of African American neighborhoods by repeated sewage backups, bringing into question an equity issue, and Walker addressed actual logistics of cleaning sewage backups. One striking testimony was from Sean Stinett, president of the West Arlington Improvement Association, talking about correspondence with DPW officials and how even the director, Rudy Chow, wouldn’t offer continued correspondence, much less help, concerning his community’s continued backups. Natasha Bock-Singleton of the Violetville-St. Agnes Community Association then highlighted a real time situation where the expedited reimbursement program was ineffective, after her community was hit hard with sewage backups - and even though association members volunteered to canvass the entire neighborhood to notify members of the community of the existence of the ERP, so those eligible could submit applications, everyone was denied. More testimony from Craig Bettenhausen of The Church of the Guardian Angel illuminated a story of three sewage backups into the Church’s basement where their thrift store is housed, which destroyed valuable merchandise used to fund their food pantry. Though DPW had allegedly "found the problem" after the first sewage backup this year, the issue occurred a second and third time and again destroyed merchandise, and put the thrift store out of commision for the time being. After testimony occurred, Baltimore City Health Department Public Information Officer D'Paul Nibber admitted that his department didn’t have the correct resources to help handle actual cleanup, so "we’re left in a situation where residents kind of have to deal with the health mess on their own." Issues like this cannot continue for residents, churches (like this one), and businesses that want to function with normalcy in their own spaces.

An interesting feature incorporated in the hearing was a video chat with lawyer David D Altman, of Cincinnati, talking about the differences in how his city’s sewer backup program was built - "our sewer backup program is much broader than what you have" - and more importantly, that, because of public health issues the backup is immediately taken care of by a contractor paid by the city of Cincinnati. Addressing liability, he said "I hear DPW has liability concerns, liability should not be an issue, hasn’t been an issue in Cincinnati." Later the DPW Chief of Legal and Regulatory Affairs, Paul DeSantis, tried to reference steps to help residents in Baltimore’s program, but these were all very obviously incomplete. In the same section of the hearing,  no DPW official could answer whether or not the $2,500 cap on the reimbursement program was based on actual cleanup costs, until it was found that 2500 was the legal floor of expedited reimbursement program. Councilman Burnett, then spoke the sad and glaringly obvious truth--- DPW could have done more in creation of the expedited reimbursement program, but essentially decided not to.

Yolanda Winkler, Chief of Communications and Strategic Alliances, too acknowledged that there was imprudence on the city’s end: "Surely there has been a problem, and we are working towards fixing it." Now that there has been a hearing and all are on notice, this work should begin posthaste. As our Maryland Program Coordinator Jennifer Kunze testified, “[The city should] make this the last time people have to come out to a hearing and not see this problem resolved.” People need, in the long run, for frequent sewage backups into their living spaces to end, and in the meantime a solid program to address the issue as it occurs.

At the end of the hearing, Councilman Edward Reisinger, the chair of the Land Use Committee, announced that the committee would go into recess on resolution 19-0159 and "find a way to deal with this to see that citizens of Baltimore are cared about." Expect a reconvening of this investigatory hearing in the new year!


          

Forty years later, concert tragedy remembered

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Forty years after a stampede at a Cincinnati concert for The Who killed 11, the victims are remembered. (Dec. 1)

 
 
 
 
 
   Reported by USATODAY.com 2 hours ago.
          

Department Head, Aerospace Engineering and Engineering Mechanics | University of Cincinnati

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Cincinnati, Ohio, REQUIREMENTS The applicant is expected to hold a Ph.D. in Engineering, Science, Mathematics, or a closely related discipline, or an advanced professional degree with a minimum of 15 years of disting
          

Service center boosts Cincinnati dealer's retail #Sales

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A Chevrolet dealer who thrived on medium-duty commercial business a decade ago is setting himself up to reclaim that segment with an $8 million service center. But even before his commercial business ...
          

Primary Care in Ohio and Kentucky | Bon Secours Mercy Health

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Cincinnati, Ohio, Bon Secours Mercy Health has several Primary Care opportunities located in Ohio and Kentucky. Specific areas include:   Cincinnati, OH Springfield, OH Paducah, KY Ashland, KY   Oppo
          

Gordon, Reynolds Promoted Within Great American’s Property/Casualty Group

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Cincinnati, Ohio-based Great American Insurance Group has promoted Roy Reynolds to divisional president and Garry Gordon to divisional senior vice president within its Property & Casualty Group, Mergers & Acquisitions (M&A) Liability Division. Reynolds joined Great American in December 2015 …
          

Re: #17 Tigers 34, #18 Cincinnati 24

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AAC West champs again! Go Tigers!
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Reports: South Florida fires Strong after three years

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Nov 16, 2019; Tampa, FL, USA; South Florida Bulls head trainer Charlie Robust (proper) argues a choice with Box Pass judgement on James Reif right through the primary quarter in opposition to the Cincinnati Bearcats at Raymond James Stadium. Necessary Credit score: Reinhold Matay-USA TODAY Sports activities Charlie Robust is out as head trainer after …
          

Kibbles and Picks 2019 - Week 13

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Kibbles and Picks 2019 - Week 13

And look at that – I’m back on top!

Granted, it’s just one game, thanks to my 10-4 week. Stella did just fine at 9-5, but it wasn’t quite enough. And so I’ve regained my lead. Again – good weeks for both of us … just slightly better for me.

That could all change pretty quickly here in Week 13. Stella and I are at odds on eight games – fully half of the full 16-game slate. That’s a lot of room for one of us to make a move, although with the even number, we could just as easily wind up with another push.

We’ll start on Thanksgiving, where Stella and I disagree on two of the three contests.

First up is the game in Detroit, where I have the Lions holding serve at home against the Bears. While I don’t necessarily love the Lions offense, I feel like they’re due for a good win on Turkey Day. Plus, the Bears haven’t looked like world-beaters over the last few weeks. Stella thinks my hunch is nonsense; she doesn’t have any real affection for the Bears, but she’s pretty sure that Chicago will be able to take down the Lions with little issue. We agree, however, that this will be a bad game.

In an even more hunchy pick, I’m taking Buffalo to win in Dallas against the Cowboys. The Bills defense has had some hiccups in the last few weeks, but they still have something to offer. And I’m thinking that Buffalo QB Josh Allen will be able to handle his business; the Cowboys have struggled with some injury issues. Stella likes the Cowboys here; she thinks that Dak Prescott is the best player on either team and that he will have little problem against even this strong Bills defense. And don’t sleep on Zeke Elliott, either.

Next, in maybe the most brazen pick of this year’s entire Kibbles and Picks season thus far, Stella is picking the Bengals to win their first game of the year. I went with the Jets, even though the Jets are not very good, because they’re riding high after their big win over Oakland and QB Sam Darnold looks like he might be figuring some stuff out. Stella refuses to back down from this pick; she feels that the Bengals are not going to go 0-16 and that this is perhaps their best shot at the W. With rumors swirling that Andy Dalton is returning to his place under center, she’s ready to roll the dice.

In a game with potential playoff implications, I’m going with the Colts to win at home against the Titans. I know that Indy is dealing with some major injuries – the hand issue for running back Marlon Mack foremost among them – but I still like them to hang in there and score enough to eke out a narrow win. Stella likes Tennessee here; she doesn’t think that Ryan Tannehill is actually as good as he’s been in the last month, but she thinks he’ll keep it going long enough to beat the Colts. She also expects Derrick Henry to continue his excellent stretch running the ball. Those elements combined mean that the Titans should win fairly easily.

We’re at odds on the rematch between the Browns and the Steelers. I’m going with the Steelers to win at home. Yes, the quarterback situation is still a mess and they’re on their third-string running back, but the Pittsburgh D is solid and Cleveland isn’t ready to bounce back from the controversy. Stella thinks that the absence of Myles Garrett will be a nonissue. She’s expecting good things from Baker Mayfield and Odell Beckham and the double-decker backfield threat of Nick Chubb and Kareem Hunt. Either way, expect fireworks – and not the great kind.

There’s always at least one inconsequential game on these lists – this time, we’re looking at Tampa Bay/Jacksonville. I’m going with the Jaguars at home, Stella’s going with the Buccaneers on the road. Mine’s the safe pick, hers is the exciting one. Neither of us really care all that much.

I’ve got the Rams winning in Arizona against the Cardinals. Obviously, the Rams haven’t looked great over the past month or so. Jared Goff has struggled under center, as has the rest of the offense. The defense has had its glitches as well. That being said, I have to think that they’ll turn it around – and Arizona is a great place to do that. Stella disagrees; she’s counting on a big game out of QB Kyler Murray. She doesn’t think that L.A. can stop him. She’s warier of the Arizona running game, but she still likes their chances.

Finally, in the Monday night game, I’m going with the Vikings to win on the road against Seattle. It’ll be interesting to see how Kirk Cousins leads the Minnesota offense against the Seahawks. They’ve got some strong weapons, led by running back Dalvin Cook, and a surprisingly solid defense to boot. It won’t be easy, but it should be enough. Stella likes Seattle to take the win at home; she loves Russell Wilson against this Vikings team. Her main concern regarding the Seahawks offense involves Chris Carson holding onto the ball. As long as they avoid turnovers, they’ll be fine – and she thinks they’ll avoid them just fine.

And there we have it. Eight games. We’ll have to wait and see if my newly-achieved one-game lead will hold up or if Stella will retake command. If she wants to make a move, she needs to do it soon. As you might imagine, she remains unconcerned.

(winners in caps)

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ALLEN’S PICKS

Thursday, Nov. 28

Chicago at DETROIT

BUFFALO at Dallas

NEW ORLEANS at Atlanta

Sunday, Dec. 1

NY JETS at Cincinnati

Tennessee at INDIANAPOLIS

PHILADELPHIA at Miami

GREEN BAY at NY Giants

Cleveland at PITTSBURGH

Washington at CAROLINA

Tampa Bay at JACKSONVILLE

San Francisco at BALTIMORE

LA RAMS at Arizona

LA CHARGERS at Denver

Oakland at KANSAS CITY

NEW ENGLAND at Houston

Monday, Dec. 2

MINNESOTA at Seattle

Week 12 record: 10-4

Season record: 110-64-1

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STELLA’S PICKS

Thursday, Nov. 28

CHICAGO at Detroit

Buffalo at DALLAS

NEW ORLEANS at Atlanta

Sunday, Dec. 1

NY Jets at CINCINNATI

TENNESSEE at Indianapolis

PHILADELPHIA at Miami

GREEN BAY at NY Giants

CLEVELAND at Pittsburgh

Washington at CAROLINA

TAMPA BAY at Jacksonville

San Francisco at BALTIMORE

LA Rams at ARIZONA

LA CHARGERS at Denver

Oakland at KANSAS CITY

NEW ENGLAND at Houston

Monday, Dec. 2

Minnesota at SEATTLE

Week 12 record: 9-5

Season record: 109-65-1


          

Sam Darnold’s noticeable limp isn’t causing concern

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CINCINNATI — Sam Darnold had a noticeable limp late in the fourth quarter, but the Jets quarterback insisted after the 22-6 loss to the Bengals that he is fine. “I just got stepped on, I guess,” Darnold said. “I honestly don’t even really know what happened. I’m not concerned at all.” Darnold missed three games...
          

Jets fiasco drives injured Jamal Adams to tears

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CINCINNATI — This Jets loss drove Jamal Adams to tears. The Jets safety and team leader was as emotional after the Jets’ lackluster and insulting 22-6 loss to the Bengals on Sunday at Paul Brown Stadium as he’s been after any game this season, speaking in hushed tones and with reddened eyes. The loss, the...
          

Memphis DB T.J. Carter injured in win over Cincinnati, status unknown for AAC Championship #Game

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Memphis DB T.J. Carter injured in win over Cincinnati, status unknown for AAC Championship Game Carter did not return after being hurt and his status for the AAC Championship Game remains to be ...
          

Pediatric Hospitalist - Medical Director | Pediatrix Medical Group

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Cincinnati, Ohio, Overview Pediatric Hospitalist Medical Director Are you an Entrepreneur? Are you looking for a clinical position where you can work within the community to build relationships? Then we have t
          

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Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport, ESSENTIAL DUTIES: This class specification represents only the core areas of responsibilities; specific position assignments will vary depending on the needs of the department. Focusing on best
          

Happy Thanksgiving

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If your celebration involved the death of a turkey, thank you. If you have no intention of participating in the Charcoal Grey Thursday Sales, you are a true patriot. The entire WKRP in Cincinnati – “Turkeys Away” episode and/or the original recording of Alice’s Restaurant.
          

Cincinnati 500 ton x 14′ Press Brake BRAKES, PRESS, HYDRAULIC (TONS)

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BRAKES, PRESS, HYDRAULIC (TONS)
Investment Recovery Services, Fort Worth, TX 817-222-9848 (Email: trevor@irsauction.com) Gregg Trenor
          

230 Ton Cincinnati Proform, 14′ OA, 12′6″ BH, 16″ Extended Stroke, Cincinnati 2-Axis PC, Crowning, Tooling, 2012, #30454 BRAKES, PRESS, HYDRAULIC (TONS)

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BRAKES, PRESS, HYDRAULIC (TONS)
Prestige Equipment Corp, Melville, NY 631-249-5566 (Email: frank@prestigeequipment.com) Frank DiSalvo
          

230 Ton, Cincinnati #23012PF, hyd press brake, 14′ OA, 12′6″ BH, 24″ CNC BG autocrown, Lazersafe, precision ram, 2012 BRAKES, PRESS, HYDRAULIC (TONS)

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BRAKES, PRESS, HYDRAULIC (TONS)
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24″ Cincinnati Brickford, single spindle drill, #11857 DRILLS, HEAVY DUTY, SINGLE SPINDLE, VERTICAL

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DRILLS, HEAVY DUTY, SINGLE SPINDLE, VERTICAL
Yoder Brothers Machinery, Holland, OH 419-269-2000 (Email: yoder@yoderbrothersmachinery.com) Ryan Yoder
          

750 Ton, Cincinnati #750, hyd press brake, 20′ OA, 12″ stroke, 22″ open height, 10″ closed height, 60 HP, elec foot pedal, 1973, #7521 BRAKES, PRESS, HYDRAULIC (TONS)

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Superior Machinery, Burt, MI 989-770-4827 (Email: surplus.record@superiormachinery.com) Keith McKay
          

60 Ton, Rouselle #6SS44, 4″ str., 26″ SH, 22″ x 44″ bed, BG, 50 SPM, A/C, 1992, #30642 PRESSES, STRAIGHT SIDE, DOUBLE CRANK (Single Action)

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C.W. Wood Machinery Inc, Cincinnati, OH 800-745-6008 (Email: info@cwwood.com) Sales Dept.
          

60 Ton, Rouselle #6SS44, 4″ str., 26″ SH, 22″ x 44″ bed, BG, 50 SPM, A/C, 1980, #30643 PRESSES, STRAIGHT SIDE, DOUBLE CRANK (Single Action)

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C.W. Wood Machinery Inc, Cincinnati, OH 800-745-6008 (Email: info@cwwood.com) Sales Dept.
          

400 Ton, Cincinnati #400H, hydraulic press brake, 30′ OA BRAKES, PRESS, HYDRAULIC (TONS)

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RAAR Group USA, Redondo Beach, CA 310-487-3800 (Email: Rick.raargroup@gmail.com) Rick Schotts
          

3/8″ x 25′ Cincinnati #3FL, shear SHEARS, POWER SQUARING & PLATE (INCHES)

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RAAR Group USA, Redondo Beach, CA 310-487-3800 (Email: Rick.raargroup@gmail.com) Rick Schotts
          

Mori-Seiki #NL-3000/1250, CNC turning center, MSX-850 CNC, 27.56″ swing, 15″ chuck, 3.5″ bar, ′06 LATHES, COMBINATION, CNC Turning Centers CNC MACHINERY & EQUIPMENT

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Great American Eqpt Co, Cincinnati, OH 513-771-2111 (Email: sales@gaec.com) Sales Dept.
          

10 ga. x 10′ Cincinnati #1010, power squaring shear SHEARS, POWER SQUARING & PLATE (GAUGES)

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S & G Press & Machinery Sales, Fraser, MI 586-563-5000 (Email: sergio@presses.com) Sergio Gasperoni
          

90 Ton, Cincinnati #90FMx10, CNC press brake, 14′ OA, 120″ BH, 8″ stroke, 3-Axis, Hurco Autobend S7 BG controller, 1989 BRAKES, PRESS, CNC CNC MACHINERY & EQUIPMENT

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Revelation Machinery, Elgin, IL 816-330-2138 (Email: sales@revelationmachinery.com) Tanner Arnold
          

24″ Cincinnati Milacron, 24″ standard horizontal shaper, 14″ x 15″ table, 5 HP, 10-129 SPM, Vise, #8809HP SHAPERS, HORIZONTAL

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Industrial Assets Machinery, Huntington Park, CA 323-587-1887 (Email: rick@iamachinery.com) Rick Kruger
          

Jets defense goes up, up, up with 'up-down' coach Gregg Williams

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CINCINNATI -- A look at what's happening around the New York Jets: 1. Mad scientist: Defensive coordinator Gregg Williams has a longstanding tradition: Every new player on defense must perform 40 ...
          

Other: Travel Nurse RN - ICU - Intensive Care Unit - $2,099 per week - Scranton, Pennsylvania

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NurseFly Travel Nursing with trustaff is seeking a icu - intensive care unit travel nurse for a travel nursing job in Scranton, Pennsylvania:- Specialty: ICU - Intensive Care Unit- Discipline: RN- Start Date: ASAP- Duration: 13 weeks- 36 hours per week- Shift: 12 hours, evenings.Additional information: trustaff Job ID #458706. Pay package is based on 12 hour shifts and 36.0 hours per week (subject to confirmation) with tax-free stipend amount to be determined. Posted job title: ICU/CCU RN 12 HR PM.trustaff is currently seeking an experienced ICU/CCU Registered Nurse for a 13-week travel contract.The Intensive Care Unit (ICU) RN provides care for patients with life-threatening medical conditions. ICU/CCU RNs provide critical care to physically unstable patients requiring respiratory and heart monitoring as well as treatment adjustments. ICU/CCU RNs are responsible for managing medication doses, anesthesia, and ventilator support.1+ year of recent ICU/CCU RN experience is required***Most travel contracts include:- 13-week contracts- Multiple Shifts Available; Days & Nights- Guaranteed HoursFor over 17 years, trustaff has specialized in matching skilled healthcare professionals like you with high-paying jobs at the best facilities all across the country.As one of the nation's leading travel nursing agencies, not only are trustaff's travel nurses some of the highest-paid in the industry, you'll enjoy great employee benefits, premier access to hundreds of jobs, and unmatched personal service.Here are just some of the top-tier benefits you'll enjoy while traveling with trustaff:- Great selection of jobs - All 50 states, all specialties and modalities- Great pay - Earn as much as $2,800 per week depending on your specialty and experience!- Weekly pay through direct deposit- Guaranteed hours- Medical/Dental/Vision insurance - Health insurance options start at just $23 a week!- 24/7 service, including personal support from your recruiter, travel advocate, and clinical liaison- 401k with employer match- Assistance with travel and planning- Licensure reimbursement- Exclusive employee discount program- Earn great bonuses & refer your friendsMinimum Requirements:- 1+ years recent experience- Must have active RN license- Must have current BLS & ACLSFor more information, please call trustaff (877) 880-0346 or email job@trustaff.comtrustaff is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer. Let trustaff find your next adventure. For over a decade, trustaff has been matching skilled healthcare professionals with some of the best facilities across the country. Whether you're interested in taking your skills on the road through travel nursing and allied health or landing your permanent dream job close to home, trustaff is here to lead the way. With outstanding benefits, great pay, and dedicated, personal service, it’s easy to see why healthcare professionals nationwide trust trustaff to accelerate their careers! Where do you want to go next? Imagine taking your skills or experience someplace new – Texas or New York, Alaska or California. Maybe even the Caribbean or South Pacific. We place healthcare professionals of all specialties at top facilities across the nation, securing some of the highest paid positions in the industry. The benefits add up. • Industry-Leading Pay • Nurse and Allied Professional Openings • 4 to 13 Week Assignments Nationwide • Weekly Pay with Direct Deposit • Guaranteed Hours • Clinical Liaison Support Available 24/7 • Non-Profit Housing Department • Full Benefits Package • 401k with Employer Match • Licensure Reimbursement • Earn Great Bonuses • Referral Bonuses up to $1,500! Jobs you want, benefits you deserve, people who care. Traveling is more than just a job; it's an experience. When you're out in an unfamiliar location, away from family and friends, it makes a big difference to have someone on your side who knows the ins and outs of the business. We treat each healthcare professional as an individual. Every job seeker is matched with a dedicated recruiter, who takes the time to listen and learn the details of your needs, long-term goals, and personal preferences. Recruiters use these criteria to seek out positions which specifically meet or exceed your requirements. Once you've accepted a position, we maintain contact, provide support, and develop a personal, longstanding relationship that continues throughout the assignment and years into the future. Our reputation speaks volumes: Distinguished 10 times by  Inc.  Magazine as one of the fastest-growing privately held companies in the country (2007, 2008, 2009, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015. 2016, 2017) Named to the Deloitte Cincinnati USA 100, recognizing record-setting regional companies (2014-2017) Recognized as one of the largest and fastest-growing recruiting and staffing firms in the Tri-State by the Cincinnati  Business Courier  (2007-2017) Accredited by The Joint Commission with the Gold Seal of Approval for excellence in Healthcare Staffing Named to Staffing Industry Analysts Largest Staffing Firms in the US (2017), Fastest Growing Staffing Firms in the US (2016), Largest Travel Nurse Staffing Firms (2015-2017), Largest Allied Staffing Firms (2016, 2017), and Largest Healthcare Staffing Firms (2016, 2017) 'Most Ethical, Trustworthy, and Reliable Company' as awarded by the Ohio Hospital Association (2016) . 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Other: Travel Nurse RN - Med Surg - $1,827 per week - Scranton, Pennsylvania

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NurseFly Travel Nursing with trustaff featured is seeking a med surg travel nurse for a travel nursing job in Scranton, Pennsylvania:- Specialty: Med Surg- Discipline: RN- Start Date: ASAP- Duration: 13 weeks- 36 hours per week- Shift: 12 hours, evenings.Additional information: trustaff Job ID #458123. Pay package is based on 12 hour shifts and 36.0 hours per week (subject to confirmation) with tax-free stipend amount to be determined. Posted job title: MS RN 12 HR PM.trustaff is currently seeking an experienced Medical /Surgical Registered Nurse for a 13-week travel contract.The Medical Surgical Registered Nurse (MS RN) is responsible for managing the care of adult or elderly patients experiencing general medical conditions or general surgical procedures that require hospitalization and intervention. The Medical Surgical RN will treat patients after illness, injury, or surgery or those with acute health conditions with medications as directed by a physician.1+ year of recent Med/Surg RN experience is required***Most travel contracts include:- 13-week contracts- Multiple Shifts Available; Days & Nights- Guaranteed HoursFor over 17 years, trustaff has specialized in matching skilled healthcare professionals like you with high-paying jobs at the best facilities all across the country.As one of the nation's leading travel nursing agencies, not only are trustaff's travel nurses some of the highest-paid in the industry, you'll enjoy great employee benefits, premier access to hundreds of jobs, and unmatched personal service.Here are just some of the top-tier benefits you'll enjoy while traveling with trustaff:- Great selection of jobs - All 50 states, all specialties and modalities- Great pay - Earn as much as $2,800 per week depending on your specialty and experience!- Weekly pay through direct deposit- Guaranteed hours- Medical/Dental/Vision insurance - Health insurance options start at just $23 a week!- 24/7 service, including personal support from your recruiter, travel advocate, and clinical liaison- 401k with employer match- Assistance with travel and planning- Licensure reimbursement- Exclusive employee discount program- Earn great bonuses & refer your friendsMinimum Requirements:- 1+ years recent experience- Must have active RN license- Must have current BLS & ACLSFor more information, please call trustaff (877) 880-0346 or email job@trustaff.comtrustaff is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer. Let trustaff find your next adventure. For over a decade, trustaff has been matching skilled healthcare professionals with some of the best facilities across the country. Whether you're interested in taking your skills on the road through travel nursing and allied health or landing your permanent dream job close to home, trustaff is here to lead the way. With outstanding benefits, great pay, and dedicated, personal service, it’s easy to see why healthcare professionals nationwide trust trustaff to accelerate their careers! Where do you want to go next? Imagine taking your skills or experience someplace new – Texas or New York, Alaska or California. Maybe even the Caribbean or South Pacific. We place healthcare professionals of all specialties at top facilities across the nation, securing some of the highest paid positions in the industry. The benefits add up. • Industry-Leading Pay • Nurse and Allied Professional Openings • 4 to 13 Week Assignments Nationwide • Weekly Pay with Direct Deposit • Guaranteed Hours • Clinical Liaison Support Available 24/7 • Non-Profit Housing Department • Full Benefits Package • 401k with Employer Match • Licensure Reimbursement • Earn Great Bonuses • Referral Bonuses up to $1,500! Jobs you want, benefits you deserve, people who care. Traveling is more than just a job; it's an experience. When you're out in an unfamiliar location, away from family and friends, it makes a big difference to have someone on your side who knows the ins and outs of the business. We treat each healthcare professional as an individual. Every job seeker is matched with a dedicated recruiter, who takes the time to listen and learn the details of your needs, long-term goals, and personal preferences. Recruiters use these criteria to seek out positions which specifically meet or exceed your requirements. Once you've accepted a position, we maintain contact, provide support, and develop a personal, longstanding relationship that continues throughout the assignment and years into the future. Our reputation speaks volumes: Distinguished 10 times by  Inc.  Magazine as one of the fastest-growing privately held companies in the country (2007, 2008, 2009, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015. 2016, 2017) Named to the Deloitte Cincinnati USA 100, recognizing record-setting regional companies (2014-2017) Recognized as one of the largest and fastest-growing recruiting and staffing firms in the Tri-State by the Cincinnati  Business Courier  (2007-2017) Accredited by The Joint Commission with the Gold Seal of Approval for excellence in Healthcare Staffing Named to Staffing Industry Analysts Largest Staffing Firms in the US (2017), Fastest Growing Staffing Firms in the US (2016), Largest Travel Nurse Staffing Firms (2015-2017), Largest Allied Staffing Firms (2016, 2017), and Largest Healthcare Staffing Firms (2016, 2017) 'Most Ethical, Trustworthy, and Reliable Company' as awarded by the Ohio Hospital Association (2016) . This job is also widely searched as a registered nurse, rn, nurse, travel nurse, nurse rn, rn nurse, travel nurse rn, nursing, travel rn, med surg nurse. ()
          

Other: Travel Nurse RN - ED - Emergency Department - $1,399 per week - Scranton, Pennsylvania

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NurseFly Travel Nursing with trustaff featured is seeking a ed - emergency department travel nurse for a travel nursing job in Scranton, Pennsylvania:- Specialty: ED - Emergency Department- Discipline: RN- Start Date: ASAP- Duration: 8 weeks- 36 hours per week- Shift: 12 hours, evenings.Additional information: trustaff Job ID #469914. Pay package is based on 12 hour shifts and 36.0 hours per week (subject to confirmation) with tax-free stipend amount to be determined. Posted job title: Emergency RN 12 HR PM.trustaff is currently seeking an experienced Emergency Registered Nurse for a 13-week travel contract.The Emergency Room RN provides care for patients with a variety of illnesses or trauma requiring emergency attention and must be able to recognize and effectively treat life-threatening conditions. Emergency Room nurses perform a focused assessment of chief complaints of each patient and triages accordingly to encourage effective flow through the emergency care system.1+ year of recent Emergency RN experience is required***Most travel contracts include:- 13-week contracts- Multiple Shifts Available; Days & Nights- Guaranteed HoursFor over 17 years, trustaff has specialized in matching skilled healthcare professionals like you with high-paying jobs at the best facilities all across the country.As one of the nation's leading travel nursing agencies, not only are trustaff's travel nurses some of the highest-paid in the industry, you'll enjoy great employee benefits, premier access to hundreds of jobs, and unmatched personal service.Here are just some of the top-tier benefits you'll enjoy while traveling with trustaff:- Great selection of jobs - All 50 states, all specialties and modalities- Great pay - Earn as much as $2,800 per week depending on your specialty and experience!- Weekly pay through direct deposit- Guaranteed hours- Medical/Dental/Vision insurance - Health insurance options start at just $23 a week!- 24/7 service, including personal support from your recruiter, travel advocate, and clinical liaison- 401k with employer match- Assistance with travel and planning- Licensure reimbursement- Exclusive employee discount program- Earn great bonuses & refer your friendsMinimum Requirements:- 1+ years recent experience in your specialty - Must have active RN license- Must have current BLS & ACLSFor more information, please call trustaff (877) 880-0346 or email job@trustaff.comtrustaff is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer. Let trustaff find your next adventure. For over a decade, trustaff has been matching skilled healthcare professionals with some of the best facilities across the country. Whether you're interested in taking your skills on the road through travel nursing and allied health or landing your permanent dream job close to home, trustaff is here to lead the way. With outstanding benefits, great pay, and dedicated, personal service, it’s easy to see why healthcare professionals nationwide trust trustaff to accelerate their careers! Where do you want to go next? Imagine taking your skills or experience someplace new – Texas or New York, Alaska or California. Maybe even the Caribbean or South Pacific. We place healthcare professionals of all specialties at top facilities across the nation, securing some of the highest paid positions in the industry. The benefits add up. • Industry-Leading Pay • Nurse and Allied Professional Openings • 4 to 13 Week Assignments Nationwide • Weekly Pay with Direct Deposit • Guaranteed Hours • Clinical Liaison Support Available 24/7 • Non-Profit Housing Department • Full Benefits Package • 401k with Employer Match • Licensure Reimbursement • Earn Great Bonuses • Referral Bonuses up to $1,500! Jobs you want, benefits you deserve, people who care. Traveling is more than just a job; it's an experience. When you're out in an unfamiliar location, away from family and friends, it makes a big difference to have someone on your side who knows the ins and outs of the business. We treat each healthcare professional as an individual. Every job seeker is matched with a dedicated recruiter, who takes the time to listen and learn the details of your needs, long-term goals, and personal preferences. Recruiters use these criteria to seek out positions which specifically meet or exceed your requirements. Once you've accepted a position, we maintain contact, provide support, and develop a personal, longstanding relationship that continues throughout the assignment and years into the future. Our reputation speaks volumes: Distinguished 10 times by  Inc.  Magazine as one of the fastest-growing privately held companies in the country (2007, 2008, 2009, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015. 2016, 2017) Named to the Deloitte Cincinnati USA 100, recognizing record-setting regional companies (2014-2017) Recognized as one of the largest and fastest-growing recruiting and staffing firms in the Tri-State by the Cincinnati  Business Courier  (2007-2017) Accredited by The Joint Commission with the Gold Seal of Approval for excellence in Healthcare Staffing Named to Staffing Industry Analysts Largest Staffing Firms in the US (2017), Fastest Growing Staffing Firms in the US (2016), Largest Travel Nurse Staffing Firms (2015-2017), Largest Allied Staffing Firms (2016, 2017), and Largest Healthcare Staffing Firms (2016, 2017) 'Most Ethical, Trustworthy, and Reliable Company' as awarded by the Ohio Hospital Association (2016) . This job is also widely searched as a registered nurse, rn, nurse, travel nurse, nurse rn, rn nurse, travel nurse rn, nursing, travel rn, ed - emergency department nurse. ()
          

Other: Travel Nurse RN - Telemetry - $1,827 per week - Scranton, Pennsylvania

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NurseFly Travel Nursing with trustaff featured is seeking a telemetry travel nurse for a travel nursing job in Scranton, Pennsylvania:- Specialty: Telemetry- Discipline: RN- Start Date: ASAP- Duration: 13 weeks- 36 hours per week- Shift: 12 hours, evenings.Additional information: trustaff Job ID #458124. Pay package is based on 12 hour shifts and 36.0 hours per week (subject to confirmation) with tax-free stipend amount to be determined. Posted job title: Telemetry RN 12 HR PM.trustaff is currently seeking an experienced Telemetry Registered Nurse for a 13-week travel contract.The Telemetry Nurse (RN) provides care and constant monitoring of patients, often in critical condition. The Telemetry Registered Nurse reviews electrical activity of the heart and cares for a variety of patients including those suffering from heart failure, diabetes, GI diseases, and other acute diagnoses.1+ year of recent Telemetry RN experience is required***Most travel contracts include:- 13-week contracts- Multiple Shifts Available; Days & Nights- Guaranteed HoursFor over 17 years, trustaff has specialized in matching skilled healthcare professionals like you with high-paying jobs at the best facilities all across the country.As one of the nation's leading travel nursing agencies, not only are trustaff's travel nurses some of the highest-paid in the industry, you'll enjoy great employee benefits, premier access to hundreds of jobs, and unmatched personal service.Here are just some of the top-tier benefits you'll enjoy while traveling with trustaff:- Great selection of jobs - All 50 states, all specialties and modalities- Great pay - Earn as much as $2,800 per week depending on your specialty and experience!- Weekly pay through direct deposit- Guaranteed hours- Medical/Dental/Vision insurance - Health insurance options start at just $23 a week!- 24/7 service, including personal support from your recruiter, travel advocate, and clinical liaison- 401k with employer match- Assistance with travel and planning- Licensure reimbursement- Exclusive employee discount program- Earn great bonuses & refer your friendsMinimum Requirements:- 1+ years recent specialty experience- Must have active RN license- Must have current BLS & ACLSFor more information, please call trustaff (877) 880-0346 or email job@trustaff.comtrustaff is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer. Let trustaff find your next adventure. For over a decade, trustaff has been matching skilled healthcare professionals with some of the best facilities across the country. Whether you're interested in taking your skills on the road through travel nursing and allied health or landing your permanent dream job close to home, trustaff is here to lead the way. With outstanding benefits, great pay, and dedicated, personal service, it’s easy to see why healthcare professionals nationwide trust trustaff to accelerate their careers! Where do you want to go next? Imagine taking your skills or experience someplace new – Texas or New York, Alaska or California. Maybe even the Caribbean or South Pacific. We place healthcare professionals of all specialties at top facilities across the nation, securing some of the highest paid positions in the industry. The benefits add up. • Industry-Leading Pay • Nurse and Allied Professional Openings • 4 to 13 Week Assignments Nationwide • Weekly Pay with Direct Deposit • Guaranteed Hours • Clinical Liaison Support Available 24/7 • Non-Profit Housing Department • Full Benefits Package • 401k with Employer Match • Licensure Reimbursement • Earn Great Bonuses • Referral Bonuses up to $1,500! Jobs you want, benefits you deserve, people who care. Traveling is more than just a job; it's an experience. When you're out in an unfamiliar location, away from family and friends, it makes a big difference to have someone on your side who knows the ins and outs of the business. We treat each healthcare professional as an individual. Every job seeker is matched with a dedicated recruiter, who takes the time to listen and learn the details of your needs, long-term goals, and personal preferences. Recruiters use these criteria to seek out positions which specifically meet or exceed your requirements. Once you've accepted a position, we maintain contact, provide support, and develop a personal, longstanding relationship that continues throughout the assignment and years into the future. Our reputation speaks volumes: Distinguished 10 times by  Inc.  Magazine as one of the fastest-growing privately held companies in the country (2007, 2008, 2009, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015. 2016, 2017) Named to the Deloitte Cincinnati USA 100, recognizing record-setting regional companies (2014-2017) Recognized as one of the largest and fastest-growing recruiting and staffing firms in the Tri-State by the Cincinnati  Business Courier  (2007-2017) Accredited by The Joint Commission with the Gold Seal of Approval for excellence in Healthcare Staffing Named to Staffing Industry Analysts Largest Staffing Firms in the US (2017), Fastest Growing Staffing Firms in the US (2016), Largest Travel Nurse Staffing Firms (2015-2017), Largest Allied Staffing Firms (2016, 2017), and Largest Healthcare Staffing Firms (2016, 2017) 'Most Ethical, Trustworthy, and Reliable Company' as awarded by the Ohio Hospital Association (2016) . This job is also widely searched as a registered nurse, rn, nurse, travel nurse, nurse rn, rn nurse, travel nurse rn, nursing, travel rn, telemetry nurse. ()
          

Cincinnati Divorce Attorney Marcie Patton-Coffman Named Rising Star

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Cordell & Cordell Cincinnati divorce attorney Marcie Patton-Coffman was recently named an Ohio Rising Star in the family law practice area by Super Lawyers, a Thomson Reuters rating service of outstanding lawyers. This is the fifth consecutive year Ms. Patton-Coffman has earned the award. Ms. Patton-Coffman earned her Juris Doctor from the University of Dayton […]

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26…Originally entered the NFL as an undrafted free agent with the Cincinnati Bengals on May 8…Released by the Bengals on Sept.Hudson’s temporary move to the bullpen was strictly a byproduct of how the schedule lined up for the Cardinals.Stolarz owns an .854 save percentage in his last two appearances.Refunds will not be issued until thirty…
          

Department Head, Aerospace Engineering and Engineering Mechanics | University of Cincinnati

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Cincinnati, Ohio, REQUIREMENTS The applicant is expected to hold a Ph.D. in Engineering, Science, Mathematics, or a closely related discipline, or an advanced professional degree with a minimum of 15 years of disting
          

Department Head, Aerospace Engineering and Engineering Mechanics | University of Cincinnati

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Cincinnati, Ohio, REQUIREMENTS The applicant is expected to hold a Ph.D. in Engineering, Science, Mathematics, or a closely related discipline, or an advanced professional degree with a minimum of 15 years of disting
          

A Closer Look: Cincinnati Reds

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The Reds have a core that could make them interesting as early as 2020
          

A Decade of Care: Hanes Launches 10th National Sock Drive to Help the Homeless; Tops 3 Million Donated Pairs

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WINSTON-SALEM, N.C., November 22, 2019 /3BL Media/ – Small gifts often have the most meaning.

For the millions of people living homeless, a clean pair of socks is often described as “the gift of humanity.” Hanes, America’s No. 1 basic apparel, underwear and sock brand, is partnering with organizations fighting homelessness nationwide to deliver comfort to those who need it most through the Hanes National Sock Drive. The brand is marking 10 years of helping provide care and compassion during this year’s drive by:

  • Donating more than 250,000 pairs of socks directly to organizations fighting homelessness in all 50 states, along with Washington, D.C., and Puerto Rico. Since the program’s inception in 2009, Hanes has provided more than 3 million pairs of socks – one of the most requested items by relief agencies – to help the homeless.

  • Giving an additional pair of socks for every order of any apparel placed in December on Hanes.com. Socks will be provided to local homeless shelters.

  • Partnering with Rainier Fruit Company for its second “Pears for Pairs” campaign, which is currently running in United Supermarkets, Harris Teeter, Wegmans, and Lunds & Byerlys stores. From late September through January, Rainier is donating a portion of the proceeds from bulk and bagged pear sales to the Hanes National Sock Drive. In 2018, the Pears for Pairs campaign resulted in 20,000 pairs of socks being donated to five nonprofits.

  • Offering consumers the opportunity to participate directly in the program by visiting www.hanes.com/donate to gift socks ($1), women’s underwear ($1), men’s underwear ($1.50) and bras ($6) that will be distributed in needed styles and sizes.

  • Continuing its 10-year collaboration with Invisible People and its founder, Mark Horvath, to help raise awareness about homelessness. Invisible People uses innovative storytelling, educational resources and advocacy to help change how the public views homelessness and those living homeless in the United States and abroad.

“Most of us take basic apparel for granted, but we know a new, clean pair of socks can mean a lot to those experiencing homelessness,” said Sidney Falken, chief branding officer, HanesBrands. “We are committed to bringing a little comfort to those who need it most – and it is incredibly gratifying to have others, including many individuals across the country, join us in this effort.”

More than 100 agencies, including The Salvation Army Bell Shelter (Bell, California), Homeward Bound (Asheville, North Carolina) and Compassion Outreach Ministries (Columbus, Ohio), have received sock donations from Hanes.

“Small things really do make a big difference to our clients,” said Steve Lytle, director of The Salvation Army Bell Shelter. “The smile on a client’s face when she received a clean pair of socks for the first time in months was priceless. There was joy in her eyes and it was clear that the socks were the most precious gift she could have received in that moment. Another client said his gift of clean socks was a sign that there are people who care and that his life did matter.”

Homeward Bound distributes more than 2,000 pairs of socks a month to those living homeless.

“Homelessness is a community problem and it will take everyone’s support to help end the epidemic,” said Ashley Campbell, the agency’s outreach specialist. “Right now, some of your neighbors are living outside, in tents and under bridges, vulnerable to inclement weather and violence, stripped of dignity and our collective respect.

“There are so many ways to help,” Campbell continued. “Educate yourself about homelessness in your community, volunteer at your local agency fighting this issue or simply make a donation that would help a nonprofit save its limited resources.”

Jeffrey Tabor, director of TWO Men’s Ministry House for Compassion Outreach Ministries of Ohio, added that there is no donation too small to be used for good to fulfill a basic human need.

“Imagine the importance of just one pair of socks when you are focused on keeping your feet dry and warm during the cold winter months,” Tabor said. “That’s why we are so thankful for our partnership with Hanes, which has fulfilled an immediate, basic human need for so many people.”

Lytle underscores, however, that sometimes it all boils down to human contact. “Acknowledge people who are experiencing homelessness with a smile or hello,” he said. “By engaging with a person who is experiencing homelessness we are saying ‘I see you and you matter.’”

The Hanes National Sock Drive is part of Hanes for Good, the corporate responsibility program of Hanes’ parent company, HanesBrands (NYSE:HBI).

Organizations distributing Hanes socks include:

State

City

Organization

Alabama

Mobile

Family Promise of Coastal Alabama

Alaska

Anchorage

Brother Francis Shelter

Arizona

Phoenix

Phoenix Rescue Mission

Arkansas

Fayetteville

7Hills Center

California

Bell

The Salvation Army Bell Shelter

Hollywood

Covenant House California

Los Angeles

East Los Angeles Women's Center - Hope & H.E.A.R.T Emergency Shelter

Ktown for All

Los Angeles Mission

Street Symphony

San Diego

Father Joe's Village

Santa Clara

Bill Wilson Center

Watsonville

The Salvation Army

Whittier

Whittier Area Interfaith Council

Colorado

Denver

Colorado Coalition for the Homeless

Connecticut

Ansonia

Master's Table Community Meals

Waterbury

St. Vincent DePaul

Delaware

Dover

The Salvation Army

District of Columbia

Washington, D.C.

Covenant House Washington

Miriam's Kitchen

Florida

DeLand

God's Bathhouse

Fort Lauderdale

Covenant House Florida

Jacksonville Beach

Mission House

Lakeland

Talbot House Ministries

Pensacola

Alfred-Washburn Center

Waterfront Rescue Mission

Tampa

The Salvation Army

Georgia

Atlanta

Covenant House Georgia

Crossroads Community Ministries

Nicholas House

Zaban Paradies Center

Savannah

Divine Rest Inc.

Hawaii

Hilo

Hope Services Hawaii Inc.

Idaho

Boise

Interfaith Sanctuary Shelter

Illinois

Chicago

Covenant House Illinois

Lawndale Christian Health Center

The Night Ministry

The Salvation Army

Indiana

Indianapolis

Horizon House

Wheeler Mission

Iowa

Council Bluffs

MICHA House

Iowa City

Shelter House

Kansas

Topeka

Topeka Rescue Mission

Kentucky

Louisville

The Salvation Army

Louisiana

New Orleans

UNITY of Greater New Orleans

Maine

Bangor

Bangor Area Homeless Shelter

Maryland

Baltimore

Agape House Inc.

Baltimore Station

Massachusetts

Boston

Pine Street Inn

Michigan

Detroit

Covenant House Michigan

Mount Clemens

Turning Point

Minnesota

Minneapolis

St. Stephen's Street Outreach

Mississippi

Vicksburg

Warren County Children's Shelter

Missouri

St. Louis

Students-in-Transition (St. Louis School Board)

Montana

Billings

Montana Rescue Mission

Nebraska

Omaha

Siena/Francis House

Nevada

Las Vegas

Caridad Charity

New Hampshire

Concord

Concord Coalition to End Homelessness

Plymouth

Bridge House Inc.

New Jersey

Freehold

Destiny's Bridge

Lawrenceville

HomeFront

Newark

Covenant House New Jersey

New Mexico

Albuquerque

Joy Junction

New York

New York

Covenant House New York

Midnight Run

Syracuse

Rescue Mission Alliance

North Carolina

Asheville

Homeward Bound

Charlotte

Men's Shelter of Charlotte/Urban Ministry Center

Thomasville

Cooperative Community Ministry

Winston-Salem

Bethesda Center

Samaritan Ministries

The Salvation Army

Winston-Salem Rescue Mission

North Dakota

Bismarck

Ministry on the Margins

Minot

YWCA Minot

Ohio

Akron

Community Support Services

Cincinnati

Shelterhouse

Cleveland

The City Mission Men's Crisis Center

Columbus

Compassion Outreach Ministries

Oklahoma

Oklahoma City

City Rescue Mission

Oregon

Lebanon

Family Assistance and Resource Center

Portland

Central City Concern

Pennsylvania

Natrona

The Building Block of Natrona

Philadelphia

Bethesda Project

Covenant House Pennsylvania

Project HOME

Pittsburgh

Pittsburgh Mercy's Operation Safety Net

Pottsville

Schuylkill Women in Crisis

Wilkes-Barre

The Salvation Army

Puerto Rico

San Juan

The Salvation Army

Rhode Island

Providence

Crossroads Rhode Island

South Carolina

Columbia

Transitions Homeless Center

Sioux Falls

Bishop Dudley Hospitality House

Tennessee

Kingsport

Hunger First

Memphis

Urban Bike Food Ministry

Nashville

Open Table

Texas

Austin

Mobile Loaves and Fishes

Copperas Cove

Operation Stand Down Central Texas

Dallas

The Stewpot Dallas

Farmers Branch

Just Because Inc.

Houston

Covenant House Texas

Lord of the Streets

Utah

Salt Lake City

The Road Home

Vermont

Burlington

Committee On Temporary Shelter

Virginia

Charlottesville

The Haven

Richmond

The Salvation Army

Washington

Seattle

Seattle Homeless Outreach

The Salvation Army

West Virginia

Charleston

Union Mission

Parkersburg

The Salvation Army

Wisconsin

Milwaukee

The Guest House of Milwaukee

Waukesha

Hope Center

Wyoming

Casper

Wyoming Rescue Mission

 

Hanes
Hanes, America's No. 1 apparel brand, is a leading brand of intimate apparel, underwear, sleepwear, socks and casual apparel. Hanes products can be found at leading retailers nationwide and online direct to consumers at www.Hanes.com.  

HanesBrands

HanesBrands is a socially responsible leading marketer of everyday basic innerwear and activewear apparel in the Americas, Europe, Australia and Asia-Pacific. The company markets T-shirts, bras, panties, shapewear, underwear, socks, hosiery, and activewear under some of the world’s strongest apparel brands, including Hanes, Champion, Bonds, Maidenform, DIM, Bali, Playtex, Bras N Things, Nur Die/Nur Der, Alternative, L’eggs, JMS/Just My Size, Lovable, Wonderbra, Berlei, and Gear for Sports. More information about the company and its award-winning corporate social responsibility initiatives may be found at www.Hanes.com/corporate. Visit our newsroom at https://newsroom.hanesbrands.com/. Connect with the company via social media: Twitter (@hanesbrands), Facebook (www.facebook.com/hanesbrandsinc), Instagram (@hanesbrands), and LinkedIn (@Hanesbrandsinc).

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Carole Crosslin, HanesBrands                                                                                                   

336-671-3704 (mobile)                                                                      

carole.crosslin@hanes.com 

 

Jamie Wallis, Hanes

336-519-4758

jamie.wallis@hanes.com


          

Service center boosts Cincinnati dealer's retail sales

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A Chevrolet dealer who thrived on medium-duty commercial business a decade ago is setting himself up to reclaim that segment with an $8 million service center. But before his commercial business even ramps up, the service center has propelled double-digit sales gains on the retail side.


          

The Baltimore City Council investigates sewage floods

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"Raw sewage is bad for human health - this is universal." -Chris Heaney, Associate Professor for Environmental Health and Engineering at Johns Hopkins University

 

On Wednesday November 13th , I attended a hearing that the Baltimore City Council's Land Use Committee held for Resolution 19-0159, an investigation into sewage backups into buildings and the city's Expedited Reimbursement Program, set up to assist residents with the costs associated with sewer backups. The backup of sewage into Baltimore homes is a big problem, and only increasing with factors such a climate change causing more frequent heavy rain events, combined with increased pressure in sewage systems due to closings of sewer outfalls. The expedited reimbursement program is required by Baltimore’s modified consent decree regarding sanitary sewers, but hasn’t worked to great effect causing numerous problems for city residents. Problems with the program include but are not limited to a low reimbursement cap, strict but murky criteria for reimbursement, and general lack of notification on the issue for city residents. These problems were brought to attention in the hearing, and a rally held beforehand by Clean Water Action, Blue Water Baltimore, the Environmental Integrity Project, West Arlington Improvement Association, Violetville and St. Agnes Community Association, and The Church of the Guardian Angel. (Watch the rally here!) At the rally, Councilman Kristerfer Burnett named the problem of sewer backups as ” [resultant of] systemic dis-investment from city infrastructure;” then the rally speakers and many more issue area experts and impacted residents went indoors to watch and speak at the hearing. The entire hearing is available on Youtube here; the links below take you directly to the moment in question.

The hearing began at approximately 5pm and opened with testification from Grove Park resident Doris Brightful about her multiple sewage backups since 2014 causing extreme damage in her basement along with DPW's ineptitude in helping with her backups. When talking about a 2015 backup, she said her family contacted 311, and "they said they would come and send someone to help evacuate the water, and they didn’t show until 11:00 the next morning by that time we had just but boots on." This was followed by testimony from Alice Volpitta  of Blue Water Baltimore calling "DPW’s decision to close of most of the sewer system’s emergency relief valves before adequately increasing pipe capacity" a "predictable catastrophe." Surprising testimony then came from Joy Hatchett of the Maryland Insurance Administration, whose unit handles disaster response and refers consumers to resources outside of insurance if a disaster can’t be covered, and who was not informed about the expedited reimbursement program until this summer - by advocates, not by the city. Later, even Director McMillan of the Mayor’s Office of Emergency Management claimed the program was unbeknownst to him until directly in this actual hearing. This brings into question whether the ERP is being intentionally hidden by DPW. If information isn’t being prudently shared by DPW to actual agencies in the same way that constituents aren’t being effectively informed, how can information be effectively disseminated?  

Additional testimony was presented by Chris Heaney of Johns Hopkins and Billy Walker, a public adjuster. Heaney referenced research showing disproportionate affected-ness of African American neighborhoods by repeated sewage backups, bringing into question an equity issue, and Walker addressed actual logistics of cleaning sewage backups. One striking testimony was from Sean Stinett, president of the West Arlington Improvement Association, talking about correspondence with DPW officials and how even the director, Rudy Chow, wouldn’t offer continued correspondence, much less help, concerning his community’s continued backups. Natasha Bock-Singleton of the Violetville-St. Agnes Community Association then highlighted a real time situation where the expedited reimbursement program was ineffective, after her community was hit hard with sewage backups - and even though association members volunteered to canvass the entire neighborhood to notify members of the community of the existence of the ERP, so those eligible could submit applications, everyone was denied. More testimony from Craig Bettenhausen of The Church of the Guardian Angel illuminated a story of three sewage backups into the Church’s basement where their thrift store is housed, which destroyed valuable merchandise used to fund their food pantry. Though DPW had allegedly "found the problem" after the first sewage backup this year, the issue occurred a second and third time and again destroyed merchandise, and put the thrift store out of commision for the time being. After testimony occurred, Baltimore City Health Department Public Information Officer D'Paul Nibber admitted that his department didn’t have the correct resources to help handle actual cleanup, so "we’re left in a situation where residents kind of have to deal with the health mess on their own." Issues like this cannot continue for residents, churches (like this one), and businesses that want to function with normalcy in their own spaces.

An interesting feature incorporated in the hearing was a video chat with lawyer David D Altman, of Cincinnati, talking about the differences in how his city’s sewer backup program was built - "our sewer backup program is much broader than what you have" - and more importantly, that, because of public health issues the backup is immediately taken care of by a contractor paid by the city of Cincinnati. Addressing liability, he said "I hear DPW has liability concerns, liability should not be an issue, hasn’t been an issue in Cincinnati." Later the DPW Chief of Legal and Regulatory Affairs, Paul DeSantis, tried to reference steps to help residents in Baltimore’s program, but these were all very obviously incomplete. In the same section of the hearing,  no DPW official could answer whether or not the $2,500 cap on the reimbursement program was based on actual cleanup costs, until it was found that 2500 was the legal floor of expedited reimbursement program. Councilman Burnett, then spoke the sad and glaringly obvious truth--- DPW could have done more in creation of the expedited reimbursement program, but essentially decided not to.

Yolanda Winkler, Chief of Communications and Strategic Alliances, too acknowledged that there was imprudence on the city’s end: "Surely there has been a problem, and we are working towards fixing it." Now that there has been a hearing and all are on notice, this work should begin posthaste. As our Maryland Program Coordinator Jennifer Kunze testified, “[The city should] make this the last time people have to come out to a hearing and not see this problem resolved.” People need, in the long run, for frequent sewage backups into their living spaces to end, and in the meantime a solid program to address the issue as it occurs.

At the end of the hearing, Councilman Edward Reisinger, the chair of the Land Use Committee, announced that the committee would go into recess on resolution 19-0159 and "find a way to deal with this to see that citizens of Baltimore are cared about." Expect a reconvening of this investigatory hearing in the new year!


          

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The Redskins lost to Tennessee on Saturday, and shortly after Minnesota walked into its locker room at Ford Field, the Eagles beat Houston on a game-ending field goal.Minnesota (8-6-1) can still earn a spot in the postseason by closing the regular season with a win against NFC North champion Chicago at home, or by having wild-card hopefuls lose in Week 17.“We don’t want to leave it up to anyone else,” Rudolph said.The Vikings overcame an awful start offensively, scoring two touchdowns on Cousins’ passes over the last 1:32 of the second quarter, and relied on their defense all afternoon against Detroit.Minnesota had almost as many punts (4) as yards (5) before Cousins led an eight-play, 69-yard drive that ended with an 8-yard touchdown pass to Stefon Diggs late in the first half. On the Vikings’ next possession after calling timeout with 2 seconds left in the second quarter against a three-man rush, Cousins capped a 70-yard drive with his Hail Mary to Rudolph, who didn’t have much traffic in front of him,.“I didn’t have to move one step off of my spot. I was able to jump,” said the 6-foot-6 Rudolph, who was a highly touted high school basketball player in Cincinnati. “I joked earlier I had a lot of rebounds in high school basketball and at that point, it turns into another rebound, so maybe see if I can get that added to my career total.”In the same end zone three years ago, Aaron Rodgers connected with Richard Rodgers on a winning desperation pass to lift the Packers to a win over Detroit to help them make a push to get into the postseason.Cousins finished 21 of 28 for 253 yards with three touchdowns, matching his career high with 29 set in 2015 with the Redskins. 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As far as fans’ reaction, it doesn’t make any difference.”INJURY REPORTVikings: CB Marcus Sherels left with a foot injury in the first quarter and didn’t return. CB Xavier Rhodes (groin) limped off the field in the fourth quarter. FB C.J. Ham (elbow) had an elbow injury.Lions: TE Luke Willson (concussion), DT A’Shawn Robinson (knee), DeShawn Shead (knee) were hurt during the game.UP NEXTVikings: Host the Bears on Sunday.“It’s going to be like a playoff game,” Rudolph said.Lions: Close the season at Green Bay on Sunday. A long time a go in a galaxy far, far away...no one did mock drafts"WhiteFanposts Fanshots Sections Vikings 2018 SeasonVikings 2019 OffseasonU.S. Bank StadiumMinnesota Vikings PodcastsMinnesota Vikings 2019 NFL Draft2019 NFL Draft: Solo, A Mock StoryNew,98commentsA long time a go in a galaxy far, far away...no one did mock draftsCDTShareTweetShareShare2019 NFL Draft: Solo, A Mock StoryKirby Lee- USA Today SportsHappy Monday kids, I hope your weekend was a good one. Not a whole lot of news on the Vikings front since our last mock. They’ve signed Adam Thielen to a nice extension, a couple of AAF players, and a backup QB, but overall, it’s nothing that should affect their draft strategy in any meaningful way. So, let’s get on with with another mock, our eighth. If you care about any of the other ones I’ve done, you can check them out here:But if you are a person imbued with common sense, self-worth Minnesota Vikings Jerseys 2019 , and dignity and want to skip those, please do. No one will blame you; conversely, people might actually think better of you, if we’re being brutally honest here.You’re still here? Okay. I’m as surprised as you are, but let’s get going. Consider these the ground rules for how I do these mocks:I’m not a professional scout, coach, or GM. I am, however, a Professional Idiot.If you EVER get to the point where you think ‘man this guy is pretty sharp about drafting and stuff’ go back and read the previous sentence. 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I make this offer:They accept, and although I lose my forth round pick, I get a high pick in the fifth round, while still keeping both second round picks and a third round pick. I am now on the clock, and this is my big board:Selection: Cody Ford, T, OklahomaRationale: He’s the best offensive lineman for a team that desperately needs one. I’m not overthinking this one.2nd RoundI get no trade offers when the round starts, but I get two when I come on the clock I get offers for both my second round picks:Eh, it’s a nice haul of picks, but I’d rather get top shelf talent in the first couple rounds, which is why I made the initial trade with the Patriots anyway, so I turn these offers down. Here’s my big board for the first selection:Selection, pick 50 (2/18): Irv Smith Youth Alexander Mattison Jersey , TE, ROLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLL TIDERationale: So here’s the deal. If you think Kyle Rudolph will be around 3-4 more years, and/or the TE’s currently on the roster can step up and start, then this is a dumb pick. However, if you think Rudy is gone in a season or two (he will be), and/or the guys behind him can’t step up (I don’t think they can), then Smith makes a ton of sense here. I like having a pass catching threat to go with Stefon Diggs and Thielen, without wasting a pick on a wide receiver.Here’s the big board for my next second round pick:Selection, pick 56 (2/24): Chase Winovich, EDGE, That Team Up NorthRationale: For me, this pick was between either Winovich or Elgton Jenkins. WIth the moves the Vikings made in free agency, I think they have done more to address the offensive line than the defensive line, so I went with the defensive guy here.3rd RoundNo trade offers, so here’s my big board:Selection: Michael Jordan, G, THE Ohio State UniversityRationale: Although I think the Vikings have addressed the o-line, and I got Cody Ford, are the guys they signed in free agency long term answers? Jordan is a player that can push for a starting job, or at least be a realistic option for immediate depth on the interior.4th RoundNo Selection.5th RoundBig board for round five:Selection: T.J. Edwards, LB, WisconsinRationale: The Vikings need linebacker depth, and as we head into the fifth round and later, grit becomes a big factor in these selections as well as talent and need. 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Boom, done.Selection, pick 209 (6/36): Gary Johnson, LB, TexasRationale: After several unsuccessful Presidential runs on the Libertarian ticket, the former governor of New Mexico will try to fulfill his childhood dream of playing in the NFL.7th RoundBig board:Selection, pick 247 (7/33): Johnnie Dixon, WR, THE Ohio StateRationale: I literally picked the highest ranked OSU player left. And I like DIxon.Selection, pick 250 (7/36): Easton Stick, QB, North Dakota StateRationale: When Stick to Dixon becomes more mythical than Montana to Rice, remember you heard it here first.RecapHere’s the draft class for A Mock Story:I like it. I got two offensive linemen and an EDGE rusher to shore up both lines, the best tight end in the draft that didn’t go to Iowa, and addressed pretty much all the remaining team needs. To get here I made these trades:
          

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All too often, teams that managed to string together a bunch of wins one year can’t duplicate it the next year, because they allow themselves to think based on a great record that it came easier than it did.It never comes easy. Which makes what the Patriots continue to do even more impressive. They’ve found a way to expunge the outcome of the prior season from their brains, and to focus obsessively on what’s next. If the Chargers can do that in 2019, they may get another crack at the Pats in January. A look at the teams selecting Friday night and where the Patriots fit in."The NFL Draft resumes tonight at 7 PM, and the Arizona Cardinals will be on the clock first at pick 33. Typically Friday is the more exciting day, especially for Patriots fans, because there is a lot of movement between teams.Last night, 5 picks in rounds 2 and 3 changed hands. The picks were: Other than that Donald Trump Jerseys Stitched , the draft order hasn’t changed since yesterday. Of course, there are rumors that Josh Rosen may be on the move at some point today, so that could certainly change, but, for now, the board looks mostly the same as it did yesterday.The Patriots have the most picks (five) tonight, with the Colts and Rams both having four. The Colts, however, have three picks in the second round, while the Rams have three in the third. As you probably know, the Patriots have two in the second and three in the third. Some teams that may be even more likely to trade picks are the Texans, Chiefs, and Eagles.That’s because they have picks bunched close together. The Texans have back to back picks at 54 and 55.Unless they love 2 guys there, it would be a great opportunity to get the guy they want and still trade down and get more picks. The Eagles are in a similar situation with picks 53 and 57, and the Chiefs hold nearly back to back picks at 61 and 63. All of those teams could be focused on one player in the spot they’re in and Youth Stephen Gostkowski Jerseys , while getting him, also trade back and pick up more assets.As far as the Patriots are concerned, the wait won’t be quite as long for them tonight, as they are picking 24th tonight, at pick 56. Then they’ll have a pick just eight picks later at 64, and nine picks after that at 73. Having picks relatively close together may allow them to trade back, or, possibly, trade a pick or two for a veteran who can make an immediate impact. Look for the Patriots to make some noise at the end of the second and top of the third. After 73, they have to wait until 97, but they again have picks very close together, because they will be on the clock again at 101.Having the number of picks they do, and the relatively small gap between most of their picks gives the Patriots a ton of options tonight. Last year, the Patriots dealt one of their 3rd rounders for Trent Brown. Will we see the same type of move this year? Will the Patriots trade up for a player they covet early in the second? Or, will the Patriots do what they did last year Stephen Gostkowski Jerseys Stitched , and use those picks to get some extra draft capital for next season?I think it could be a little of everything. With five picks, they can draft a few players, pick up a veteran, or maybe second year player (come to me, Josh Rosen), or even make a trade for a higher pick next year. I’m hoping for some fireworks, which we always assume that we won’t get, but, then again, we’ve always said we wouldn’t see the flashy first round WR, and that already happened, so maybe Bill has some more surprises for us this year.Full 2nd and 3rd Round OrderRound 2 33. Arizona34. Indianapolis (from N.Y. Jets)35. Oakland36. San Francisco37. Seattle (from N.Y. Giants)38. Jacksonville39. Tampa Bay40. Buffalo41. Denver42. Cincinnati43. Detroit44. Green Bay45. L.A. Rams (from Atlanta)46. Indianapolis (from Washington)47. Carolina48. Miami49. Cleveland50. Minnesota51. Tennessee52. Denver (from Pittsburgh)53. Philadelphia (from Baltimore)54. Houston (from Seattle)55. Houston56. New England (from Chicago)57. Philadelphia58. Dallas59. Indianapolis60. L.A. Chargers61. Kansas City62. New Orleans63. Kansas City (from L.A. Rams)64. New EnglandRound 3 65. Arizona66. Pittsburgh (from Oakland)67. San Francisco68. N.Y. Jets69. Jacksonville70. Tampa Bay71. Denver72. Cincinnati73. New England (from Detroit)74. Buffalo75. Green Bay76. Washington77. Carolina78. Miami79. L.A. Rams (from Atlanta)80. Cleveland81. Minnesota82. Tennessee83. Pittsburgh84. Kansas City (from Seattle)85. Baltimore86. Houston87. Chicago88. Detroit (from Philadelphia)89. Indianapolis90. Dallas91. L.A. Chargers92. Seattle (from Kansas City)93. N.Y. Jets (from New Orleans)94. L.A. Rams95. N.Y. Giants (from New England through Cleveland)96. Washington*97. New England*98. Jacksonville (from L.A. Rams)*99. L.A. 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CINCINNATI (AP) — Police in Ohio say an overnight bar shooting left one person dead and another critically wounded. Police say shots were fired just after midnight Friday at The Chalet bar in downtown Cincinnati. They say people were running from the bar as they arrived, and more shots were fired nearby. Investigators didn’t immediately release any details about the people who were shot. Officers are still investigating and don’t have any [...]
          

Boston College Football: 9 Coaching Candidates to Replace Steve Addazio

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Boston College fired coach Steve Addazio on Sunday. Addazio went 44-44 over seven years in Chestnut Hill and guided the program to five bowl trips, with another expected to come in 2019. Addazio had only one season of fewer than six wins with a 3-9 mark in 2015. However, Boston College never won more than seven under Addazio’s watch.

 

Who could replace Addazio at Boston College? Here are nine names to watch in the coaching search:

 

9 Coaching Candidates to Replace Steve Addazio at Boston College

Don Brown, Defensive Coordinator, Michigan

Brown is regarded as one of the top defensive coordinators in college football and has extensive ties to the Northeast. Prior to spending the last four years at Michigan, Brown called the plays on defense at Boston College (2013-15), UConn (2011-12) and Maryland (2009-10). Brown went 27-20 as Northeastern’s head coach from 200-03 and 43-19 at UMass from 2004-08.

 

Chris Creighton, Head Coach, Eastern Michigan

Creighton’s record at Eastern Michigan is only 28-46, but this job is one of the toughest in college football. The Eagles went 3-21 in Creighton’s first two years (2014-15) on the job but have claimed at least five victories in each of the last three full seasons. Eastern Michigan has played in only three bowl games in its program history – two of those have come under Creighton’s watch. Prior to Eastern Michigan, Creighton went 32-9 at Ottawa, 63-15 at Wabash and 41-22 at Drake.

 

Mike Elko, Defensive Coordinator, Texas A&M

Elko doesn’t get much national recognition, but he’s a solid defensive coordinator that’s primed to get an opportunity to become a head coach in the near future. He was hired by Jimbo Fisher as the Texas A&M’s defensive signal-caller in 2018 and has previous stops in the same role at Notre Dame (2017), Wake Forest (2014-16) and Bowling Green (2009-13). He does not have any experience as a head coach.

 

Jeff Hafley, Co-Defensive Coordinator, Ohio State

Hafley is a coach on the rise after helping Ohio State’s defense take a big step forward in 2019. The New Jersey native joined Ryan Day’s first staff in Columbus after working in the NFL from 2012-18 with stops at Tampa Bay, Cleveland and San Francisco. Hafley does not have any experience as a head coach but has previous stops as an assistant in college at Pitt and Rutgers. He’s also regarded as an excellent recruiter.

 

Butch Jones, Former Tennessee Head Coach

Jones popped up in the opening at Rutgers. Could he resurface again in the coaching carousel this offseason? Jones was dismissed at Tennessee after a 34-27 stint from 2013-17 but previously went 23-14 at Cincinnati (2010-12) and 27-13 at Central Michigan (2007-09). Jones is 84-54 overall as a head coach. He’s currently working as an analyst for Alabama.

 

Lance Leipold, Head Coach, Buffalo

After a 7-17 start to his tenure at Buffalo, Leipold has guided the Bulls to three consecutive non-losing records and is 17-9 over the last two years. Buffalo isn’t an easy job, so back-to-back bowl games and a division title in 2018 is a solid resume for Leipold. He arrived in Buffalo after going 109-6 with six Division III national titles at Wisconsin-Whitewater from 2007-14.

 

Sean Lewis, Head Coach, Kent State

Lewis is a rising star and will be mentioned for openings at the Power 5 level over the next couple of years. After his playing career ended at Wisconsin, Lewis landed on Dino Babers’ staff at Eastern Illinois and followed him to opportunities at Bowling Green and Syracuse. After spending two years as the Orange co-offensive coordinator, Lewis was hired as Kent State’s head coach in 2018. The Golden Flashes went 2-10 in his debut and improved to 6-6 this year.

 

Mike Reed, Defensive Backs Coach, Clemson

Reed played his college ball at Boston College and has experience within the ACC from stints at NC State (2007-12) and Clemson (2013-19). Reed has been instrumental in developing talent in the secondary for the Tigers over the last seven years. He does not have any coordinator or head-coaching experience.

 

Al Washington, Linebackers Coach, Ohio State

Washington is a rising star to watch in the assistant ranks. He played at Boston College from 2002-05 and later coached in Chestnut Hill from 2012-16 as an assistant. Washington spent one year at Cincinnati (2017) before joining Michigan’s staff in 2018. He left Ann Arbor for Columbus prior last offseason and has been instrumental in the Buckeyes’ defensive improvement. Washington does not have any experience as a head coach at the FBS level.

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College Football Rankings: NCAAF Top 25 (After Week 14)

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Weekly college football top 25 rankings are a big part of every season, and Athlon Sports will update its top 25 following the games each weekend. Week 14 of the 2019 season was headlined by Ohio State's dominant performance against Michigan, Auburn's win over Alabama in the Iron Bowl, and Wisconsin's road victory over Minnesota to clinch the Big Ten West Division. LSU, Ohio State, Clemson and Georgia take the top four spots once again, with Utah at No. 5 and Oklahoma at No. 6 in the post-Week 14 top 25 rankings. Florida, Auburn, Alabama and Baylor round out the top 10. With the 14th week of the 2019 season officially in the books, here are the top 25 teams in college football:

 

College Football Top 25 Rankings

 

1. LSU (12-0)

Week 14 Result: Defeated Texas A&M

 

Tigers get revenge for last year’s loss in College Station to complete perfect 12-0 regular season.

 

2. Ohio State (12-0)

Week 14 Result: Defeated Michigan

 

Buckeyes have defeated Michigan in 15 out of the last 16 matchups.

 

3. Clemson (12-0)

Week 14 Result: Defeated South Carolina

 

Trevor Lawrence hasn’t tossed an interception since Oct. 19 against Louisville, and the Tigers have won each of their last seven games by at least 30 points.

 

4. Georgia (11-1)

Week 14 Result: Defeated Georgia Tech

 

After losing receiver Lawrence Cager to a season-ending injury in practice this week, the Bulldogs dodged one after the shoulder ailment suffered by running back De’Andre Swift against Georgia Tech doesn’t appear to be serious.

 

5. Utah (11-1)

Week 14 Result: Defeated Colorado

 

Another week, another dominant win for Utah in Pac-12 play.

 

6. Oklahoma (11-1)

Week 14 Result: Defeated Oklahoma State

 

Jalen Hurts was efficient (163 yards), but Oklahoma was led by its ground game (283) and defense to win its fifth straight over rival Oklahoma State. And most importantly, the Sooners did not lose a turnover and forced two from the Cowboys.

 

7. Florida (10-2)

Week 14 Result: Defeated Florida State

 

Gators easily handle Florida State to post 10 victories for the second consecutive year.

 

8. Auburn (10-2)

Week 14 Result: Defeated Alabama

 

Gus Malzahn is now 3-1 against Alabama at Jordan-Hare Stadium.

 

9. Alabama (10-2)

Week 14 Result: Lost to Auburn

 

Crimson Tide outgained Auburn 515 to 354, but two interceptions returned for touchdowns, a missed field goal and penalties (13) were tough to overcome.

 

10. Baylor (11-1)

Week 14 Result: Defeated Kansas

 

Bears ready for rematch with Oklahoma after crushing Kansas 61-6 on Saturday.

 

11. Penn State (10-2)

Week 14 Result: Defeated Rutgers

 

Starting quarterback Sean Clifford and standout end Yetur Gross-Matos were out due to injury, but Penn State still handled Rutgers 27-6.

 

12. Wisconsin (10-2)

Week 14 Result: Defeated Minnesota

 

Badgers reclaim Paul Bunyan’s Axe and clinch third division title in four years.

 

13. Minnesota (10-2)

Week 14 Result: Lost to Wisconsin

 

Golden Gophers fell short of winning the Big Ten West Division, but the 2019 season was a big-time step in the right direction for this program.

 

14. Michigan (9-3)

Week 14 Result: Lost to Ohio State

 

Wolverines have been outscored 119-66 over the last two games versus Ohio State. If Michigan wins its bowl game, Jim Harbaugh would have four 10-win seasons in five years in Ann Arbor.

 

15. Notre Dame (10-2)

Week 14 Result: Defeated Stanford

 

The Fighting Irish have won at least 10 games in three consecutive years for the first time since 1991-93.

 

16. Oregon (10-2)

Week 14 Result: Defeated Oregon State

 

Mario Cristobal is 13-1 as Oregon’s head coach at Autzen Stadium. The Ducks have also claimed 11 out of the last 12 meetings against Oregon State.

 

17. Memphis (11-1)

Week 14 Result: Defeated Cincinnati

 

Tigers one win away from conference title and a trip to the Cotton Bowl.

 

18. Iowa (9-3)

Week 14 Result: Defeated Nebraska

 

Iowa quarterback Nate Stanley finishes his career (as a starter) with a perfect 9-0 mark in games against Minnesota and Nebraska.

 

19. Boise State (11-1)

Week 14 Result: Defeated Colorado State

 

Will Bryan Harsin stick with Jaylon Henderson at quarterback or switch back to freshman Hank Bachmeier for the Mountain West title game?

 

20. Appalachian State (11-1)

Week 14 Result: Defeated Troy

 

Quarterback Zac Thomas has tossed 10 touchdown passes over the last three games. Up next: The fourth matchup against Louisiana (in the Sun Belt title game) in two years.

 

21. Virginia (9-3)

Week 14 Result: Defeated Virginia Tech

 

Big day by Bryce Perkins helps complete Coastal chaos, as Virginia becomes seventh team to win division in seven years.

 

22. Cincinnati (10-2)

Week 14 Result: Lost to Memphis

 

Bearcats get another shot at Memphis this Saturday. Who will start at quarterback for Luke Fickell’s team this week?

 

23. Navy (9-2)

Week 14 Result: Defeated Houston

 

Midshipmen gashed Houston for 447 rushing yards in a 56-41 victory on Saturday night.

 

24. Air Force (10-2)

Week 14 Result: Defeated Wyoming

 

Air Force has eight seasons of at least 10 victories in its program history. Three of those have come under Troy Calhoun’s watch.

 

25. USC (8-4)

Week 14 Result: Off Week

 

Was USC’s 8-4 record enough to save Clay Helton’s job?

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College Football Picks: Expert Predictions for Every Game in Week 14

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College football's Week 14 slate for the 2019 season features 64 games from Tuesday to Saturday, and our NCAA experts are ready with their predictions and picks. The Week 14 action begins on Tuesday night with two MAC contests, including Western Michigan at Northern Illinois. The Egg Bowl between Ole Miss and Mississippi State is slated for primetime on Thanksgiving Day. The schedule is filled with 15 matchups on Black Friday, including Texas Tech-Texas, Virginia Tech-Virginia, Iowa-Nebraska, Missouri-Arkansas, and Cincinnati-Memphis. The final full Saturday of FBS action for the 2019 season begins with Ohio State-Michigan, Clemson-South Carolina and Louisville-Kentucky at Noon. The afternoon slate is headlined by the Iron Bowl between Alabama and Auburn, Wisconsin-Minnesota, Notre Dame-Stanford, and Oregon State-Oregon. Texas A&M-LSU, Iowa State-Kansas State, Colorado-Utah, North Carolina-NC State, Florida State-Florida and Oklahoma-Oklahoma State headline the must-see matchups at night. The final window of games for Week 14 features Arizona-Arizona State, California-UCLA and Army-Hawaii.

 

Each week, Athlon Sports’ editors will pick every game in the FBS ranks. Follow us on Twitter: (@AthlonSports)

 

College Football Picks: Expert Predictions for Every Game in Week 14

 

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Mark

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Ohio at

Akron

(Tuesday)

Western Michigan at

Northern Illinois

(Tuesday)

Ole Miss at

Mississippi State

(Thursday)

Virginia Tech at

Virginia

(Friday)

Texas Tech at

Texas

(Friday)

USF at

UCF

(Friday)

Miami (Ohio) at

Ball State

(Friday)

Bowling Green at

Buffalo

(Friday)

Toledo at

Central Michigan

(Friday)

Kent State at

Eastern Michigan

(Friday)

Cincinnati at

Memphis

(Friday)

Arkansas State at

South Alabama

(Friday)

Iowa at

Nebraska

(Friday)

Missouri at

Arkansas

(at Little Rock

Friday)

West Virginia at

TCU

(Friday)

Boise State at

Colorado State

(Friday)

Washington State at

Washington

(Friday)

Appalachian State at

Troy

(Friday)

FIU at

Marshall

Maryland at

Michigan State

Tulsa at

East Carolina

UConn at

Temple

Boston College at

Pitt

Texas State at

Coastal Carolina

Rutgers at

Penn State

Georgia State at

Georgia Southern

Northwestern at

Illinois

Baylor at

Kansas

Georgia at

Georgia Tech

Navy at

Houston

Tulane at

SMU

ULM at

Louisiana

Miami at

Duke

NMSU at

Liberty

Charlotte at

Old Dominion

MTSU at

WKU

Wake Forest at

Syracuse

Wyoming at

Air Force

Rice at

UTEP

UNLV at

Nevada

Fresno State at

San Jose State

Indiana at

Purdue

UTSA at

Louisiana Tech

UAB at

North Texas

Utah State at

New Mexico

BYU at

San Diego State

Arizona at

Arizona State

Vanderbilt at

Tennessee

Southern Miss at

FAU

California at

UCLA

Florida State at

Florida

North Carolina at

NC State

Clemson at

South Carolina

Louisville at

Kentucky

Notre Dame at

Stanford

Oregon State at

Oregon

Iowa State at

Kansas State

Army at

Hawaii

Colorado at

Utah

Wisconsin at

Minnesota

Texas A&M at

LSU

Ohio State at

Michigan

Oklahoma at

Oklahoma State

Alabama at

Auburn

 

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A Decade of Care: Hanes Launches 10th National Sock Drive to Help the Homeless; Tops 3 Million Donated Pairs

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WINSTON-SALEM, N.C., November 22, 2019 /3BL Media/ – Small gifts often have the most meaning.

For the millions of people living homeless, a clean pair of socks is often described as “the gift of humanity.” Hanes, America’s No. 1 basic apparel, underwear and sock brand, is partnering with organizations fighting homelessness nationwide to deliver comfort to those who need it most through the Hanes National Sock Drive. The brand is marking 10 years of helping provide care and compassion during this year’s drive by:

  • Donating more than 250,000 pairs of socks directly to organizations fighting homelessness in all 50 states, along with Washington, D.C., and Puerto Rico. Since the program’s inception in 2009, Hanes has provided more than 3 million pairs of socks – one of the most requested items by relief agencies – to help the homeless.

  • Giving an additional pair of socks for every order of any apparel placed in December on Hanes.com. Socks will be provided to local homeless shelters.

  • Partnering with Rainier Fruit Company for its second “Pears for Pairs” campaign, which is currently running in United Supermarkets, Harris Teeter, Wegmans, and Lunds & Byerlys stores. From late September through January, Rainier is donating a portion of the proceeds from bulk and bagged pear sales to the Hanes National Sock Drive. In 2018, the Pears for Pairs campaign resulted in 20,000 pairs of socks being donated to five nonprofits.

  • Offering consumers the opportunity to participate directly in the program by visiting www.hanes.com/donate to gift socks ($1), women’s underwear ($1), men’s underwear ($1.50) and bras ($6) that will be distributed in needed styles and sizes.

  • Continuing its 10-year collaboration with Invisible People and its founder, Mark Horvath, to help raise awareness about homelessness. Invisible People uses innovative storytelling, educational resources and advocacy to help change how the public views homelessness and those living homeless in the United States and abroad.

“Most of us take basic apparel for granted, but we know a new, clean pair of socks can mean a lot to those experiencing homelessness,” said Sidney Falken, chief branding officer, HanesBrands. “We are committed to bringing a little comfort to those who need it most – and it is incredibly gratifying to have others, including many individuals across the country, join us in this effort.”

More than 100 agencies, including The Salvation Army Bell Shelter (Bell, California), Homeward Bound (Asheville, North Carolina) and Compassion Outreach Ministries (Columbus, Ohio), have received sock donations from Hanes.

“Small things really do make a big difference to our clients,” said Steve Lytle, director of The Salvation Army Bell Shelter. “The smile on a client’s face when she received a clean pair of socks for the first time in months was priceless. There was joy in her eyes and it was clear that the socks were the most precious gift she could have received in that moment. Another client said his gift of clean socks was a sign that there are people who care and that his life did matter.”

Homeward Bound distributes more than 2,000 pairs of socks a month to those living homeless.

“Homelessness is a community problem and it will take everyone’s support to help end the epidemic,” said Ashley Campbell, the agency’s outreach specialist. “Right now, some of your neighbors are living outside, in tents and under bridges, vulnerable to inclement weather and violence, stripped of dignity and our collective respect.

“There are so many ways to help,” Campbell continued. “Educate yourself about homelessness in your community, volunteer at your local agency fighting this issue or simply make a donation that would help a nonprofit save its limited resources.”

Jeffrey Tabor, director of TWO Men’s Ministry House for Compassion Outreach Ministries of Ohio, added that there is no donation too small to be used for good to fulfill a basic human need.

“Imagine the importance of just one pair of socks when you are focused on keeping your feet dry and warm during the cold winter months,” Tabor said. “That’s why we are so thankful for our partnership with Hanes, which has fulfilled an immediate, basic human need for so many people.”

Lytle underscores, however, that sometimes it all boils down to human contact. “Acknowledge people who are experiencing homelessness with a smile or hello,” he said. “By engaging with a person who is experiencing homelessness we are saying ‘I see you and you matter.’”

The Hanes National Sock Drive is part of Hanes for Good, the corporate responsibility program of Hanes’ parent company, HanesBrands (NYSE:HBI).

Organizations distributing Hanes socks include:

State

City

Organization

Alabama

Mobile

Family Promise of Coastal Alabama

Alaska

Anchorage

Brother Francis Shelter

Arizona

Phoenix

Phoenix Rescue Mission

Arkansas

Fayetteville

7Hills Center

California

Bell

The Salvation Army Bell Shelter

Hollywood

Covenant House California

Los Angeles

East Los Angeles Women's Center - Hope & H.E.A.R.T Emergency Shelter

Ktown for All

Los Angeles Mission

Street Symphony

San Diego

Father Joe's Village

Santa Clara

Bill Wilson Center

Watsonville

The Salvation Army

Whittier

Whittier Area Interfaith Council

Colorado

Denver

Colorado Coalition for the Homeless

Connecticut

Ansonia

Master's Table Community Meals

Waterbury

St. Vincent DePaul

Delaware

Dover

The Salvation Army

District of Columbia

Washington, D.C.

Covenant House Washington

Miriam's Kitchen

Florida

DeLand

God's Bathhouse

Fort Lauderdale

Covenant House Florida

Jacksonville Beach

Mission House

Lakeland

Talbot House Ministries

Pensacola

Alfred-Washburn Center

Waterfront Rescue Mission

Tampa

The Salvation Army

Georgia

Atlanta

Covenant House Georgia

Crossroads Community Ministries

Nicholas House

Zaban Paradies Center

Savannah

Divine Rest Inc.

Hawaii

Hilo

Hope Services Hawaii Inc.

Idaho

Boise

Interfaith Sanctuary Shelter

Illinois

Chicago

Covenant House Illinois

Lawndale Christian Health Center

The Night Ministry

The Salvation Army

Indiana

Indianapolis

Horizon House

Wheeler Mission

Iowa

Council Bluffs

MICHA House

Iowa City

Shelter House

Kansas

Topeka

Topeka Rescue Mission

Kentucky

Louisville

The Salvation Army

Louisiana

New Orleans

UNITY of Greater New Orleans

Maine

Bangor

Bangor Area Homeless Shelter

Maryland

Baltimore

Agape House Inc.

Baltimore Station

Massachusetts

Boston

Pine Street Inn

Michigan

Detroit

Covenant House Michigan

Mount Clemens

Turning Point

Minnesota

Minneapolis

St. Stephen's Street Outreach

Mississippi

Vicksburg

Warren County Children's Shelter

Missouri

St. Louis

Students-in-Transition (St. Louis School Board)

Montana

Billings

Montana Rescue Mission

Nebraska

Omaha

Siena/Francis House

Nevada

Las Vegas

Caridad Charity

New Hampshire

Concord

Concord Coalition to End Homelessness

Plymouth

Bridge House Inc.

New Jersey

Freehold

Destiny's Bridge

Lawrenceville

HomeFront

Newark

Covenant House New Jersey

New Mexico

Albuquerque

Joy Junction

New York

New York

Covenant House New York

Midnight Run

Syracuse

Rescue Mission Alliance

North Carolina

Asheville

Homeward Bound

Charlotte

Men's Shelter of Charlotte/Urban Ministry Center

Thomasville

Cooperative Community Ministry

Winston-Salem

Bethesda Center

Samaritan Ministries

The Salvation Army

Winston-Salem Rescue Mission

North Dakota

Bismarck

Ministry on the Margins

Minot

YWCA Minot

Ohio

Akron

Community Support Services

Cincinnati

Shelterhouse

Cleveland

The City Mission Men's Crisis Center

Columbus

Compassion Outreach Ministries

Oklahoma

Oklahoma City

City Rescue Mission

Oregon

Lebanon

Family Assistance and Resource Center

Portland

Central City Concern

Pennsylvania

Natrona

The Building Block of Natrona

Philadelphia

Bethesda Project

Covenant House Pennsylvania

Project HOME

Pittsburgh

Pittsburgh Mercy's Operation Safety Net

Pottsville

Schuylkill Women in Crisis

Wilkes-Barre

The Salvation Army

Puerto Rico

San Juan

The Salvation Army

Rhode Island

Providence

Crossroads Rhode Island

South Carolina

Columbia

Transitions Homeless Center

Sioux Falls

Bishop Dudley Hospitality House

Tennessee

Kingsport

Hunger First

Memphis

Urban Bike Food Ministry

Nashville

Open Table

Texas

Austin

Mobile Loaves and Fishes

Copperas Cove

Operation Stand Down Central Texas

Dallas

The Stewpot Dallas

Farmers Branch

Just Because Inc.

Houston

Covenant House Texas

Lord of the Streets

Utah

Salt Lake City

The Road Home

Vermont

Burlington

Committee On Temporary Shelter

Virginia

Charlottesville

The Haven

Richmond

The Salvation Army

Washington

Seattle

Seattle Homeless Outreach

The Salvation Army

West Virginia

Charleston

Union Mission

Parkersburg

The Salvation Army

Wisconsin

Milwaukee

The Guest House of Milwaukee

Waukesha

Hope Center

Wyoming

Casper

Wyoming Rescue Mission

 

Hanes
Hanes, America's No. 1 apparel brand, is a leading brand of intimate apparel, underwear, sleepwear, socks and casual apparel. Hanes products can be found at leading retailers nationwide and online direct to consumers at www.Hanes.com.  

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HanesBrands is a socially responsible leading marketer of everyday basic innerwear and activewear apparel in the Americas, Europe, Australia and Asia-Pacific. The company markets T-shirts, bras, panties, shapewear, underwear, socks, hosiery, and activewear under some of the world’s strongest apparel brands, including Hanes, Champion, Bonds, Maidenform, DIM, Bali, Playtex, Bras N Things, Nur Die/Nur Der, Alternative, L’eggs, JMS/Just My Size, Lovable, Wonderbra, Berlei, and Gear for Sports. More information about the company and its award-winning corporate social responsibility initiatives may be found at www.Hanes.com/corporate. Visit our newsroom at https://newsroom.hanesbrands.com/. Connect with the company via social media: Twitter (@hanesbrands), Facebook (www.facebook.com/hanesbrandsinc), Instagram (@hanesbrands), and LinkedIn (@Hanesbrandsinc).

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336-671-3704 (mobile)                                                                      

carole.crosslin@hanes.com 

 

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Cintas is seeking a Utility III Operator. Are you Ready™ for limitless opportunities at Cintas? Headquartered in Cincinnati, Cintas is a publicly held company…
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Receptionist - Cintas - Kingston, ON

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Cintas is seeking a Receptionist. Are you Ready™ for limitless opportunities at Cintas? Headquartered in Cincinnati, Cintas is a publicly held company traded…
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I Get Knocked Down, But I Get Up Again

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I come from an athletic family. My grandparents were hikers - they walked multiple miles every day, even into their 80s - & my mom, who was a swimming champion in her teens, is big into biking.

The most athletic among us, though, are her brother & his family. They're exercise people, you know? They run for fun. They do push-ups while watching TV. They travel with workout gear. One cousin has run races all over the world, & the other started a running group in Cincinnati, where she lives.

And me? I'm decidedly not an athlete.

With said athletic fam at Thanksgiving 2011

Every year, when I was a kid, my family invited me to join them in the local Turkey Trot - & every year, I said no, sleeping through their absence & waking up at the end of the Macy's parade.

And every year, too, I felt crummy about it. I've always wanted to feel inclined & able to do something physical with the fam. What's more, I've always been self-conscious of my lack of athletic inclination, especially when stacked up next to theirs.

So this year, more than 100 rides down, I wanted to finally do something active together. I invited my family to take an indoor cycling class with me - & they said yes! While traveling for Thanksgiving, we hit up a 9:15 a.m. class at Cycle Bar Hilton Head.

We took that selfie before class started, & I was feeling so good.


The class itself was... fine, I didn't love it but was glad to try it. It felt very different from my home studio, Harness Cycle - a good workout, yes, but not nearly as fun or communal or emotionally powerful. It just felt like a workout class.

Still, we were pretty proud of ourselves when we finished. Patting ourselves on the back, we got drinks from Starbucks & sat outside, cooling off & catching up. What a great morning!

And then, I made the mistake of checking my email.

"Performance Summary," the email read, with CycleBar as the sender. Inside, a graphic declared, "Your cyclestats are in!"


Yeah, that says what you think it says: CLASS RANK 40/41.

In a class of 41 riders, I finished second to last. Behind my mom, my aunt, my uncle, my cousin, my husband, & behind nearly everyone else in the room.

Upon reading the email, my mood changed. My heart dropped. My spirits fell. What felt like a great workout & a fun family bonding activity now felt like a failure. I felt like shit. What a loser.

Fortieth out of 41?! I've ridden more than 125 classes & keep up well. Sure, sometimes I need a breather, but I work hard. And I thought that by now, I was decent at it, at the very least.

But Harness doesn't track stats. Harness doesn't have a leaderboard. Harness doesn't tell you how good you are - or how much you suck. And now I know - apparently, I really suck.



I'll be honest: I'm struggling with this & the serious blow to my self-esteem. It messed with my entire day, my entire attitude. I couldn't snap out of the funk of feeling like a failure. I was so embarssed - even though nobody even knew.

As I wrote this, I uncovered a major realization: I accidentally switched bikes with one of my relatives - someone who wasn't trying to ride to keep up (which makes the low stats much more acceptable/expected for them). Though I can't find an online layout of the studio, I'm almost positive we were on each other's bikes.

The stats for that bike, frankly, are still trash (again, because this person opted out of the instructions & just rode the bike). That bike (the one I think I was on) placed 30/41, whereas everyone else in the family was higher. My uncle, who didn't even do any of the choreography, came in sixth in the class!

Though I feel better about 30 than about 40, I'm still pretty disappointed - slightly less disappointed, but only slightly. Still, I'm trying to be realistic.

For starters, the fact that my uncle did so well - without doing any of the "moves" - tells me that the leaderboard isn't about how well you perform but how fast/hard you're riding, which isn't necessarily what spinning classes are about (for me, at least).

And second of all, since when is riding about how I stack up against others? I feel so lucky, now more than ever, that Harness doesn't track leaderboard stats or tell me how well (or not-well) I'm doing compared to others. Because I've got to keep reminding myself: That's not why I ride.


There's a phrase at Harness: "Remember why you started." And I'm trying to remember it.

I started because my body & my mind needed it. I kept going because I hate doing things I'm bad at, so I insisted on getting better - & also because I sort of enjoyed it, sort of thrived on the challenge, sort of wanted it. And I continue now because I love it.

So maybe I suck, & maybe it took an otherwise-very-fun ride at CycleBar with my family for me to realize it. But maybe it's not about sucking. Because, hey, I've always kind of sucked at it, really.

But I ride to feel great, not necessarily to be great - & I'll feel a lot better if I don't think for another second about how much better anyone else is.

So ride on, friends. I know I will.

Psst: Wanna ride with me? I'm probably not going back to CycleBar - but if you wanna hit up Harness, here's a referral link that gets you... I have no idea, actually. But it gets me $5 if you use it. And I'd love to ride with you, if you want a buddy as you get started!
          

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OH-CINCINNATI, Graphet is seeking an experienced Web Developer with PHP development experience. The successful candidate will plan, design, create, manage, and test business applications using PHP, MySQL, and other Java servlet and stand-alone applications. Established in 2001, our company is growing due to increasing demand for our energy data mining services. We are looking for someone who is a self-starter an
          

Andy Dalton 'Absolutely' Open to Bengals Return in 2020 After 1st Win of Season

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Andy Dalton "absolutely" prefers staying with the Cincinnati Bengals through the 2020 season, he told Pro Football Talk's Mike Florio . " I have no idea what's going to happen," Dalton said...
          

UCF Volleyball Repeats as AAC Champs

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The Knights took down No. 1 seed Cincinnati to defend their conference title.


          

Solo Santino Hates Thanksgiving Food

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Santino sits down with himself in this solo episode for the holiday and chats about how much he loathes thanksgiving food, sneaking away to do drugs when with family, his hate for Star Wars and fantasy movies and the impending doom of the worlds end all while chugging a few glasses of the good brown sauce. SEE ME LIVE, TICKETS AND OTHER FUN SHIT: https://www.andrewsantino.com FOLLOW CHEETO: https://www.instagram.com/cheetosantino/ FOLLOW CHEETO TWITTER: https://Twitter.com/cheetosantino TICKETS AT http://www.andrewsantino.com/ STAND UP DATES DEC 6-7 BREA, CALIFORNIA DEC 14 PASADENA, CA JAN 9-11 EDMONTON, AB, CANADA JAN 16-18 DENVER, COLORADO JAN 24 MINNEAPOLIS, MINNESOTA JAN 25 MADISON, WISCONSIN FEB 15-17 VANCOUVER, BC, CANADA FEB 22 BAKERSFIELD, CALIFORNIA FEB 28 DETROIT, MICHIGAN FEB 29 ATLANTA, GEORGIA MAR 6-7 PHILLADEPHIA, PENNSYLVANIA MAR 13 CHICAGO, ILLINOIS MAR 27 CINCINNATI, OHIO MAR 28 CLEVELAND, OHIO APR 10 PORTLAND, OREGO APR 11 SEATTLE, WASHINGTON APR 16-18 MIAMI, FLORIDA APR 19 WEST PALM, FLORIDA MAY 9 PHOENIX, ARIZONA JUN 5-7 SAN DIEGO, CA DRINK BUFFALO TRACE AND TAG OUR SHOW ON INSTA AND TWITTER
          

Other: Travel Cath Lab Tech - $2,376 per week - Sioux City, Iowa

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NurseFly Travel Nursing with trustaff allied is seeking a travel cath lab tech for a travel job in Sioux CIty, Iowa:- Specialty: Cath Lab Tech- Discipline: Allied Health Professional- Start Date: ASAP- Duration: 13 weeks- 40 hours per week- Shift: 8 hours, days.Additional information: trustaff Job ID #467681. Pay package is based on 8 hour shifts and 40.0 hours per week (subject to confirmation) with tax-free stipend amount to be determined. Posted job title: Cath Lab Tech 8 HR Days.Cath Lab Technologist – Travel Contract Positiontrustaff currently has a position available for a traveling Cath Lab Technologist. This assignment is for an immediate start with a reputable facility seeking an experienced Cath Lab Technologist to fill a 13-week contract. Start Date: Immediate Start8 & 12-Hour Day ShiftsFor over 17 years, trustaff has specialized in matching skilled healthcare professionals like you with high-paying jobs at the best facilities all across the country.As one of the nation's leading travel agencies, not only are trustaff's travelers some of the highest-paid in the industry, you'll enjoy great employee benefits, premier access to hundreds of jobs, and unmatched personal service.Here are just some of the top-tier benefits you'll enjoy while traveling with trustaff:- Great selection of jobs - All 50 states, all specialties and modalities- Weekly pay through direct deposit- Guaranteed hours- Medical/Dental/Vision insurance - Health insurance options start at just $23 a week!- 24/7 service, including personal support from your recruiter, travel advocate, and clinical liaison- 401k with employer match- Assistance with travel and planning- Licensure reimbursement- Exclusive employee discount program- Earn great bonuses & refer your friendsMinimum Requirements:- Must have valid ARRT and ACLS - Minimum (1) year experience as a Cath Lab TechnologistFor more information, please call trustaff (877) 880-0346 or email your inquiry to getinfo@trustaff.com. Let trustaff find your next adventure. For over a decade, trustaff has been matching skilled healthcare professionals with some of the best facilities across the country. Whether you're interested in taking your skills on the road through travel nursing and allied health or landing your permanent dream job close to home, trustaff is here to lead the way. With outstanding benefits, great pay, and dedicated, personal service, it’s easy to see why healthcare professionals nationwide trust trustaff to accelerate their careers! Where do you want to go next? Imagine taking your skills or experience someplace new – Texas or New York, Alaska or California. Maybe even the Caribbean or South Pacific. We place healthcare professionals of all specialties at top facilities across the nation, securing some of the highest paid positions in the industry. The benefits add up. • Industry-Leading Pay • Nurse and Allied Professional Openings • 4 to 13 Week Assignments Nationwide • Weekly Pay with Direct Deposit • Guaranteed Hours • Clinical Liaison Support Available 24/7 • Non-Profit Housing Department • Full Benefits Package • 401k with Employer Match • Licensure Reimbursement • Earn Great Bonuses • Referral Bonuses up to $1,500! Jobs you want, benefits you deserve, people who care. Traveling is more than just a job; it's an experience. When you're out in an unfamiliar location, away from family and friends, it makes a big difference to have someone on your side who knows the ins and outs of the business. We treat each healthcare professional as an individual. Every job seeker is matched with a dedicated recruiter, who takes the time to listen and learn the details of your needs, long-term goals, and personal preferences. Recruiters use these criteria to seek out positions which specifically meet or exceed your requirements. Once you've accepted a position, we maintain contact, provide support, and develop a personal, longstanding relationship that continues throughout the assignment and years into the future. Our reputation speaks volumes: Distinguished 10 times by  Inc.  Magazine as one of the fastest-growing privately held companies in the country (2007, 2008, 2009, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015. 2016, 2017) Named to the Deloitte Cincinnati USA 100, recognizing record-setting regional companies (2014-2017) Recognized as one of the largest and fastest-growing recruiting and staffing firms in the Tri-State by the Cincinnati  Business Courier  (2007-2017) Accredited by The Joint Commission with the Gold Seal of Approval for excellence in Healthcare Staffing Named to Staffing Industry Analysts Largest Staffing Firms in the US (2017), Fastest Growing Staffing Firms in the US (2016), Largest Travel Nurse Staffing Firms (2015-2017), Largest Allied Staffing Firms (2016, 2017), and Largest Healthcare Staffing Firms (2016, 2017) 'Most Ethical, Trustworthy, and Reliable Company' as awarded by the Ohio Hospital Association (2016) . ()
          

Manager Trainee | National Express LLC

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SB 237 (Remove Duty to Retreat) gets first hearing

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Senate Bill 237, the “Ohio Duty to Retreat Act,” received sponsor testimony on Wednesday. Sponsor Terry Johnson (R) gave testimony explaining the bill and stood for questions from committee members for almost an hour.

Chairman Bill Coley allowed many questions from anti-self-defense Senators, and engaged in long discussions with Senator Cecil Thomas (D) (a former Cincinnati police officer) about self-defense.

Thomas first tried to tie Johnson’s bill to the Dayton mass murders. Johnson responded, “There is no connection at all.”

Because every good person agrees that mass murders are bad, the anti-gun crowd (politically and in the media) go to great lengths to link law-abiding gun owners to mass killers. This time of year, there are many “active shooters” out hunting deer. We must correct everyone, every time someone refers to “killers” as “shooters.”

Thomas tried repeatedly to link citizen self-defense to law-enforcement use of force, especially the training involved. While both may carry a gun to defend life, the role of police is drastically different than citizens, so it logically follows that required training is different. Police also have qualified immunity to protect them from mistakes in difficult situations. Citizens get prosecuted and go to jail and/or get sued for similar mistakes.

Thomas had many hypothetical situations in which a citizen might use force in inappropriate situations and even noted that the bill could justify shooting someone for “any perceived threat.” Johnson strongly noted that has nothing to do with his bill, which only applied to reasonable use of force. Johnson is right. Use of deadly force is only authorized when dealing with a threat of great bodily harm or death, NOT other perceived threats or disputes over parking spaces.

Chairman Coley did point out that through Thomas’ examples, even he agreed that retreat was still an option under the bill, and people were free to retreat if they felt safe doing so, but that if the aggressor continued to attack, it would be appropriate to shoot someone to stop a deadly force threat.

Senator Hearcel Craig (D) brought up racial issues and inter-racial homicides. Johnson noted that the law applies to everyone and does not discriminate against any race; it does exactly the opposite. Indeed the “duty to retreat” is overlooked by many/most prosecutors because it is an absurd requirement for a person under the duress of imminent death. One would expect black legislators interested in racial bias to be championing laws that reduce the opportunity for such bias and put all people regardless of race on equal footing.

Jim Irvine is Buckeye Firearms Association Chairman, recipient of the NRA-ILA's 2011 Jay M. Littlefield Volunteer of the Year Award, CCRKBA's 2012 Gun Rights Defender of the Year Award and the Second Amendment Foundation's 2019 Distinguished Service Award.


          

Other: Travel Nurse RN - Cardiac Cath Lab - $2,462 per week - White Plains, New York

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NurseFly Travel Nursing with trustaff is seeking a cardiac cath lab travel nurse for a travel nursing job in White Plains, New York:- Specialty: Cardiac Cath Lab- Discipline: RN- Start Date: ASAP- Duration: 8 weeks- 40 hours per week- Shift: 8 hours, evenings.Additional information: trustaff Job ID #462134. Pay package is based on 8 hour shifts and 40.0 hours per week (subject to confirmation) with tax-free stipend amount to be determined. Posted job title: Cath Lab RN 8 HR Evenings.trustaff is currently seeking an experienced Cardiac Cath Lab RN for a 13-week travel contract.Cardiac Catheterization Lab nurses assist doctors during catheterization procedures, angioplasties, pacemaker implantation, and other cardiac procedures. The Cardiac Cath Lab nurse will closely monitor patient vital signs during the procedure and administer medication during and after cardiac procedures.1+ year of recent cardiac cath lab RN experience is required***Most travel contracts include:- 13-week contracts- Multiple Shifts Available; Days & Nights- Guaranteed HoursFor more than 17 years, trustaff has specialized in matching skilled healthcare professionals like you with high-paying jobs at the best facilities all across the country.As one of the nation's leading travel nursing agencies, not only are trustaff's travel nurses some of the highest-paid in the industry, you'll enjoy great employee benefits, premier access to hundreds of jobs, and unmatched personal service.Here are just some of the top-tier benefits you'll enjoy while traveling with trustaff:- Great selection of jobs - All 50 states, all specialties and modalities- Great pay - Earn as much as $2,800 per week depending on your specialty and experience!- Weekly pay through direct deposit- Guaranteed hours- Medical/Dental/Vision insurance - Health insurance options start at just $23 a week!- 24/7 service, including personal support from your recruiter, travel advocate, and clinical liaison- 401k with employer match- Assistance with travel and planning- Licensure reimbursement- Exclusive employee discount program- Earn great bonuses & refer your friendsMinimum Requirements:- 1+ years recent experience in your specialty - Must have active RN license- Must have current BLS & ACLSFor more information, please call trustaff (877) 880-0346 or email job@trustaff.comtrustaff is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer. Let trustaff find your next adventure. For over a decade, trustaff has been matching skilled healthcare professionals with some of the best facilities across the country. Whether you're interested in taking your skills on the road through travel nursing and allied health or landing your permanent dream job close to home, trustaff is here to lead the way. With outstanding benefits, great pay, and dedicated, personal service, it’s easy to see why healthcare professionals nationwide trust trustaff to accelerate their careers! Where do you want to go next? Imagine taking your skills or experience someplace new – Texas or New York, Alaska or California. Maybe even the Caribbean or South Pacific. We place healthcare professionals of all specialties at top facilities across the nation, securing some of the highest paid positions in the industry. The benefits add up. • Industry-Leading Pay • Nurse and Allied Professional Openings • 4 to 13 Week Assignments Nationwide • Weekly Pay with Direct Deposit • Guaranteed Hours • Clinical Liaison Support Available 24/7 • Non-Profit Housing Department • Full Benefits Package • 401k with Employer Match • Licensure Reimbursement • Earn Great Bonuses • Referral Bonuses up to $1,500! Jobs you want, benefits you deserve, people who care. Traveling is more than just a job; it's an experience. When you're out in an unfamiliar location, away from family and friends, it makes a big difference to have someone on your side who knows the ins and outs of the business. We treat each healthcare professional as an individual. Every job seeker is matched with a dedicated recruiter, who takes the time to listen and learn the details of your needs, long-term goals, and personal preferences. Recruiters use these criteria to seek out positions which specifically meet or exceed your requirements. Once you've accepted a position, we maintain contact, provide support, and develop a personal, longstanding relationship that continues throughout the assignment and years into the future. Our reputation speaks volumes: Distinguished 10 times by  Inc.  Magazine as one of the fastest-growing privately held companies in the country (2007, 2008, 2009, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015. 2016, 2017) Named to the Deloitte Cincinnati USA 100, recognizing record-setting regional companies (2014-2017) Recognized as one of the largest and fastest-growing recruiting and staffing firms in the Tri-State by the Cincinnati  Business Courier  (2007-2017) Accredited by The Joint Commission with the Gold Seal of Approval for excellence in Healthcare Staffing Named to Staffing Industry Analysts Largest Staffing Firms in the US (2017), Fastest Growing Staffing Firms in the US (2016), Largest Travel Nurse Staffing Firms (2015-2017), Largest Allied Staffing Firms (2016, 2017), and Largest Healthcare Staffing Firms (2016, 2017) 'Most Ethical, Trustworthy, and Reliable Company' as awarded by the Ohio Hospital Association (2016) . This job is also widely searched as a registered nurse, rn, nurse, travel nurse, nurse rn, rn nurse, travel nurse rn, nursing, travel rn, cardiac cath lab nurse. ()
          

Other: Travel Nurse RN - ED - Emergency Department - $2,021 per week - White Plains, New York

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NurseFly Travel Nursing with trustaff is seeking a ed - emergency department travel nurse for a travel nursing job in White Plains, New York:- Specialty: ED - Emergency Department- Discipline: RN- Start Date: ASAP- Duration: 13 weeks- 36 hours per week- Shift: 12 hours, evenings.Additional information: trustaff Job ID #458901. Pay package is based on 12 hour shifts and 36.0 hours per week (subject to confirmation) with tax-free stipend amount to be determined. Posted job title: Emergency RN 12 HR PM.trustaff is currently seeking an experienced Emergency Registered Nurse for a 13-week travel contract.The Emergency Room RN provides care for patients with a variety of illnesses or trauma requiring emergency attention and must be able to recognize and effectively treat life-threatening conditions. Emergency Room nurses perform a focused assessment of chief complaints of each patient and triages accordingly to encourage effective flow through the emergency care system.1+ year of recent Emergency RN experience is required***Most travel contracts include:- 13-week contracts- Multiple Shifts Available; Days & Nights- Guaranteed HoursFor over 17 years, trustaff has specialized in matching skilled healthcare professionals like you with high-paying jobs at the best facilities all across the country.As one of the nation's leading travel nursing agencies, not only are trustaff's travel nurses some of the highest-paid in the industry, you'll enjoy great employee benefits, premier access to hundreds of jobs, and unmatched personal service.Here are just some of the top-tier benefits you'll enjoy while traveling with trustaff:- Great selection of jobs - All 50 states, all specialties and modalities- Great pay - Earn as much as $2,800 per week depending on your specialty and experience!- Weekly pay through direct deposit- Guaranteed hours- Medical/Dental/Vision insurance - Health insurance options start at just $23 a week!- 24/7 service, including personal support from your recruiter, travel advocate, and clinical liaison- 401k with employer match- Assistance with travel and planning- Licensure reimbursement- Exclusive employee discount program- Earn great bonuses & refer your friendsMinimum Requirements:- 1+ years recent experience in your specialty - Must have active RN license- Must have current BLS & ACLSFor more information, please call trustaff (877) 880-0346 or email job@trustaff.comtrustaff is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer. Let trustaff find your next adventure. For over a decade, trustaff has been matching skilled healthcare professionals with some of the best facilities across the country. Whether you're interested in taking your skills on the road through travel nursing and allied health or landing your permanent dream job close to home, trustaff is here to lead the way. With outstanding benefits, great pay, and dedicated, personal service, it’s easy to see why healthcare professionals nationwide trust trustaff to accelerate their careers! Where do you want to go next? Imagine taking your skills or experience someplace new – Texas or New York, Alaska or California. Maybe even the Caribbean or South Pacific. We place healthcare professionals of all specialties at top facilities across the nation, securing some of the highest paid positions in the industry. The benefits add up. • Industry-Leading Pay • Nurse and Allied Professional Openings • 4 to 13 Week Assignments Nationwide • Weekly Pay with Direct Deposit • Guaranteed Hours • Clinical Liaison Support Available 24/7 • Non-Profit Housing Department • Full Benefits Package • 401k with Employer Match • Licensure Reimbursement • Earn Great Bonuses • Referral Bonuses up to $1,500! Jobs you want, benefits you deserve, people who care. Traveling is more than just a job; it's an experience. When you're out in an unfamiliar location, away from family and friends, it makes a big difference to have someone on your side who knows the ins and outs of the business. We treat each healthcare professional as an individual. Every job seeker is matched with a dedicated recruiter, who takes the time to listen and learn the details of your needs, long-term goals, and personal preferences. Recruiters use these criteria to seek out positions which specifically meet or exceed your requirements. Once you've accepted a position, we maintain contact, provide support, and develop a personal, longstanding relationship that continues throughout the assignment and years into the future. Our reputation speaks volumes: Distinguished 10 times by  Inc.  Magazine as one of the fastest-growing privately held companies in the country (2007, 2008, 2009, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015. 2016, 2017) Named to the Deloitte Cincinnati USA 100, recognizing record-setting regional companies (2014-2017) Recognized as one of the largest and fastest-growing recruiting and staffing firms in the Tri-State by the Cincinnati  Business Courier  (2007-2017) Accredited by The Joint Commission with the Gold Seal of Approval for excellence in Healthcare Staffing Named to Staffing Industry Analysts Largest Staffing Firms in the US (2017), Fastest Growing Staffing Firms in the US (2016), Largest Travel Nurse Staffing Firms (2015-2017), Largest Allied Staffing Firms (2016, 2017), and Largest Healthcare Staffing Firms (2016, 2017) 'Most Ethical, Trustworthy, and Reliable Company' as awarded by the Ohio Hospital Association (2016) . This job is also widely searched as a registered nurse, rn, nurse, travel nurse, nurse rn, rn nurse, travel nurse rn, nursing, travel rn, ed - emergency department nurse. ()
          

Manager, Building Operations | University of Cincinnati

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Cincinnati, Ohio, The Materials Management & Physical Operations department at Hoxworth Blood Center seeks a Manager to assist with the growing needs of the blood center. The desired candidate will have prior
          

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As Director, Mike Ruelman focuses on the relationship of graphic design and branded experiences in the built environment.

As Director, Mike Ruelman focuses on the relationship of graphic design and branded experiences in the built environment. With over 13 years of industry experience,  Mike Ruelman professional work ranges from conceptual design to production and includes a focus on retail, food & beverage, environmental graphics, graphic communication systems and building client relationships. A graduate of University of Cincinnati’s College of Design, Architecture, Art and Planning, Mike’s experience includes a broad spectrum of work creating branded environments for retail, the public sector, corporate offices and healthcare. Mike’s professional experiences include YUM! Brands, Steak ‘n Shake, Blue Cross/Blue Shield, Hush Puppies, Harley-Davidson, Luxottica, Hershey’s, Walt Disney, Sprint, T-Mobile and many more. In 2015 Mike Ruelman was honored by VMSD Magazine as a Designer Dozen award winner, honoring the best and brightest young designers in retail.

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CINCINNATI (AP)Giddy Buffalo fans are making a surge

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2020 NFL Mock Draft: Post Week 13 Breakdown

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Every NFL team has at least one win after the Cincinnati Bengals captured their first over the New York Jets in Week 13, but the Bengals are still in line to land the top overall pick in the 2020 NFL draft...
          

Andy Dalton 'Absolutely' Open to Bengals Return in 2020 After 1st Win of Season

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Andy Dalton "absolutely" prefers staying with the Cincinnati Bengals through the 2020 season, he told Pro Football Talk's Mike Florio . " I have no idea what's going to happen," Dalton said...
          

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1963 Topps #90 - Gordy Coleman - Cincinnati Reds

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1963 Topps #225 - Joe Jay - Cincinnati Reds

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Cincinnati Reds On Card Auto Lot - Robert Stephenson & Raisel Iglesias

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NFL Cincinnati Bengals 2004 Mini-Monster Truck, New (Series #2)

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1963 Topps #116 - Jim Brosnan - Cincinnati Reds

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NEW w/Tags '47 NFL Cincinnati Bengals Black Baseball Cap Hat - FREE Shipping!

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Cincinnati Bengals NFL Men's Orange/Black Long Sleeve Screen Print T-Shirt

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1963 Topps #37 - Jerry Lynch - Cincinnati Reds

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1963 Topps #21 - Marty Keough - Cincinnati Reds

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1963 Topps #265 - Vada Pinson - Cincinnati Reds

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Cincinnati Reds Throwback Team Shirt jersey shirt

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Cincinnati Reds Wrap Sunglasses MLB Licensed Baseball Eyewear

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Cincinnati Bengals NFL Majestic Black Full Zip Hoodie, Mens, 5XL 6XL, nwt

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1985 Topps Eric Davis #627 PSA 8 NM-MT (924) Cincinnati Reds

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CINCINNATI BENGALS - Riddell Speed Mini Helmet

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NWT Cincinnati Bengals NFL Men's Black Long Sleeve T-Shirt 2XL

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Domain Shane’s Daily List of Domains at Auction for Sunday December 1st, 2019

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Domain Shane Domain Shane: I think it’s ridiculous how many unused/dead Twitter and Instagram accounts there are sitting useless. Twitter talked about putting some back into circulation but are holding back until they have a way to make sure history isn’t erased for families or people that want to keep it. I get the inactive accounts but what about the accounts with less than 5 posts and no posts in the last 5. That’s a never used account and that needs to go back in the pool. What kind of history would you be erasing? There are tens of thousands of fantastic handles that are just sitting there with zero to less than 10 posts.. So old that even the original owners don’t remember them anymore.
I spend countless hours trying to track down the owners of these names. I need them to match my domains. Every once in a while I’ll find the owner and 95% of them forgot they even had the account. There has to be something set up for accounts never used to be available. Even auction them. What possibly could it hurt to have handles transfer? I really don’t see why they can’t officially be sold. They are by the hundreds a day. And many for a lot of money. Some even five figures. The best way to regulate it is to allow it.

Quote of the Day: “When we ask for advice, we are usually looking for an accomplice.” — Marquis de la Grange
Domain of the Day: 8034.com The oh so rare at auction NNNN.com.
Namejet, Sedo, Snap, and other Names Up for Auction
DGDN.com Two strong LLLL.coms to start off the list. I see Uniregistry liking these two names as well.
SNDD.com Another one here
Racemaster.com Met reserve. My kind of name. Great name for a running product
Caballa.com Sounds like a nice brand but also means “mackerel” in Spanish
PS.org No Reserve name and could hit $20K …didn’t say it would. Said it COULD
WantARoom.com No reserve name would make a good hotel room booking site
PaperBottle.com Because its a thing. Never seen one but that’s not important
LiveWager.com This is my favorite name in the whole Sedo iGaming auction. I think the reserve is fair and a fantastic gambling brand
StopStruggling.com Nice “get rick quick” marketing name. No bids. 18 years old
GoatBlower.com Reminds me of this
So a man walks into a bar, and sits down. He starts a conversation with an old guy next to him. The old guy has obviously had a few. He says to the man:
“You see that dock out there? Built it myself, hand crafted each piece, and it’s the best dock in town! But do they call me “McGregor the dock builder”? No! And you see that bridge over there? I built that, took me two months, through rain, sleet and scoarching weather, but do they call me “McGregor the bridge builder”? No! And you see that pier over there, I built that, best pier in the county! But do they call me “McGregor the pier builder”? No!”
The old guy looks around, and makes sure that nobody is listening, and leans to the man, and he says:
“but you blow one goat…”
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MyGuru.com Top number of bids on the Godaddy board today. My names continue to do well
VeganBaker.com I actually thought this one would go much higher than it is. It’s just such a hot category.
WannaTravel.com To me it sounds more like a marketing name than a brand
Revv.com Other than the NNNN this is the highest priced name today. I liked it but had no idea it would get to this price
IDMD.com I feel like this is what I type in when I mean to go to IMDB
Cheese.net My favorite dot net in a long while
CreditStart.com Credit building name all the way
EyeRenew.com I know I can use a little eye renewal
StoneHomes.com The best of the 3 little piggy builders
AddictionTreatments.com I can see this being the name of a business and not just an answer page
RMRA.com Great letters. A for association
Yom.org 22 years old
XClient.com X in front or at the X has served investors well over the years
RiverLoft.com Dozens of places called this but only one can have the name
PayLater.net It’s a dot net but most people LOVE the thought of paying you later

Godaddy Names With One of No Bids
uJudge.com
SuperMiles.com
DailyGrab.com
CreateYourJourney.com
HempFox.com
The Rest of the Godaddy Names With Bids

14244.com Acquaementa.com AllCamp.com Almazi.com Arastiralim.net Atu2Blog.com BestWesternDallas.net BitQuest.co BlackArrows.com BlockSports.com BloonsTowerDefense5game.com Cafe-Flamingo.com CincinnatiUsa.org ClimateChangeTaskForce.org Coyar.org CreditCardDebt2010.com Cremisan.org CyberSurvey.com Demented.org DentalImplantsHouston.com Disfit.com Download-Audio.com Dunne-Group.com EasyFreeFollowers.com edsbearings.com EnchantedManorInn.com EngAmerica.com FashCo.com FranklinHampshirereB.org Funxite.com GilbertLab.com Gryplanszowe.net Guitariano.com HarvestRestaurant.com HGUH.com HurdTheWordMusic.com Icdsc.org InstituteForSafeFamilies.org Insure365.com Joe-Goddard.com JogosDeFutebol.com JourneyFit.com LeadGenerationService.com Mantid.com MichiganWomen.org MindSpice.com MobileShelving.com NeckExercises.com NewportBusinessAssociation.com Nssio.org OilRx.com PaxPro.com Politifax.com PropView.com Proteus-Technologies.com PZJV.com QGVQ.com QKWQ.com ResourceTeam.com SeeArtOrlando.com SelfStyler.com SentAnce.com SRGDDental.org Shodha.com SocialScienceQuarterly.org StilettoSetSports.com TangoCity.com TechnoCrab.com The24thStreetWailers.com TheBayouGardener.com TheraPhi.com TPWM.com TravelWithJoshCohen.com TropicalBirdsForum.com UGACostaRica.org VHQU.com WizardWonderland.com WorldGreen.org YedoGibson.com Zenbership.com ZVJG.com
Have a name at auction and need more exposure? Send me an email. We Charge $10 per name per day. We may be able to help. If you have an auction you want to promote, email us for details.*All names chosen by us, Shane and Josh . (ie you click through and purchase a name you like) or an occasional paid listing. Everything we say is based on our own research or is opinion. Do your own due diligence. That means look it up yourself if you don’t think the stats or our opinion is correct. We hand choose the names but we are paid to make this list by both the auction houses, individuals that are auctioning names, and Godaddy affiliate links. Keep that in mind and only buy names that YOU think are good.
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Nerveless Justin Tucker settles Ravens-49ers game as Bengals grab first win

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  • Late field-goal settles battle of Super Bowl contenders
  • Cincinnati beat New York Jets to avoid winless season

Justin Tucker drilled a 49-yard field goal on the final play of the game on Sunday afternoon, giving the Baltimore Ravens a 20-17 home victory over the San Francisco 49ers in a late-season battle of NFL titans.

The win was the eighth in a row for the Ravens (10-2), leaders of the AFC North. San Francisco (10-2) lost for the second time in their past four games after an 8-0 start. Tucker’s successful kick was his second of the day and his 38th straight in the fourth quarter of games in his career.

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Dalton returns and leads Bengals to 1st win, 22-6 over Jets

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CINCINNATI (AP) -- Back from a three-week exile, Andy Dalton had more of a swagger in practice, as though he was out to prove something.
          

Solo Lisa Reads: October 2019

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Round-up of recommended books

I finally got around to reactivating my defunct library card recently and ever since then my reading rate has skyrocketed. In fact, I'm expanding this post to include 6 books instead of the usual 4—and I'm not even including everything I've read lately! Here are the books I couldn't stop talking about to Lawrence and anyone willing to listen. What are you reading these days?

1. Providence by Caroline Kepnes

You might know Caroline Kepnes's name from her other novel, You, which was turned into a hit TV show starring Penn Badgley. This novel, however, reminds me more of Jessica Jones: It's dark and atmospheric, there are detective noir elements, and the protagonist has an uneasy relationship with his powers. Jon is the sort of lonely, tender-hearted young boy who volunteers to take the class hamster home and sleeps with it in his bed. He's also from the wrong side of the tracks and bullied by classmates, completely friendless except for pretty and popular Chloe. One day while walking to school, Jon is abducted. His unsolved kidnapping sends Chloe spiraling into intense grief, but she eventually moves on, adjusting to the reality of post-Jon life.

4 years later, Jon's sudden reappearance throws Chloe for a loop. He's older, bigger, and stronger, but he has no memory of what happened to him, only a growing awareness that he now has strange powers that cause people around him to get sick and even die. Afraid of hurting people, Jon goes on the run and disappears again, breaking Chloe's heart a second time. Fast forward several more years, and a detective named Eggs is now investigating a spate of mysterious deaths in Providence, Rhode Island. Could these deaths be related to Jon? What has he been doing in the intervening years? And what about Chloe, who has become a successful artist in New York but still can't shake her connection to her childhood friend? Kepnes beautifully captures these characters in all their brokenness, loneliness, and vulnerability as they try to reconnect and fail time and time again. Their longing for human connection, and the climactic face-to-face meeting between Jon and Chloe, literally had me in tears.

2. Paris For One & Other Stories by Jojo Moyes

I don't usually read short story collections and this is my first Jojo Moyes, but I couldn't resist the romantic appeal of the title story. Nell is an anxious, sheltered 26-year-old woman who has never been to Paris—never left the country, for that matter. She sets her fears aside and books two tickets for herself and her boyfriend, only to have him fail to show up at the last minute. Nell goes on the trip solo despite her anxieties, and as overwhelmed as she is by her new surroundings and the language barrier, being in Paris by herself also begins to change her and bring her out of her shell. Moyes's prose is clean and moves along breezily; you'll devour the entire book in a single sitting.

3. Eligible by Curtis Sittenfeld

Pride and Prejudice adaptations seem to be a dime a dozen these days, but Sittenfeld's incisive and hilarious version stands out. In Sittenfeld's modern take, the Bennets are a Republican-voting, country-club-going family in Cincinnati, living on Mr. Bennet's dwindling inheritance and in massive debt. Liz, who's been working as a writer in New York, returns home to care for their ailing father after he has a heart attack. Jane is a yoga instructor with a tranquil temperament; Bingley is a former reality TV star from a Bachelor-like dating show; Darcy is a handsome doctor from an old money California family; Kitty and Lydia are obnoxiously into paleo and CrossFit; and Mrs. Bennet is as exasperating and comical as ever in her efforts to find husbands for her 5 unmarried daughters. Fans who have reread Jane Austen's original so often that they have the text memorized will appreciate how skillfully Sittenfeld's retelling hits every narrative beat, echoing the ironic rhythms and comic pacing of Austen herself.

4. Big Little Lies by Liane Moriarty

Liane Moriarty's bestseller is probably old news for a lot of you, as is the widely acclaimed HBO show. However, I had little familiarity with either when I checked out this ebook from the library on my Kobo reader. Big Little Lies focuses on a group of mothers in a small coastal Australian town whose kids are all starting kindergarten together, and a mysterious murder that occurs during a school fundraising trivia night. I had trouble keeping everything straight initially—the first few chapters were a confusing swirl of character names and perspectives inter-cut with police interview dialogue. But eventually the story focused in on 3 mothers. Hyper-feminine Madeline is happily remarried, yet resents the fact that her teenage daughter from her first marriage prefers her father and stepmother over her. Beautiful Celeste seems to have everything, but behind closed doors her marriage is anything but picture perfect. Young single mother Jane moves into town with her son Ziggy and harbours a dark secret about a traumatic past. Above all, this is a novel about how seemingly superficial schoolyard slights can cut deep, and how the effects of domestic violence and sexual assault have a ripple effect from one generation to the next.

5. The Wedding Date by Jasmine Guillory

The Wedding Date hits all the tropes one would expect of a charming romantic comedy, but still seems fresh because it: 1) depicts an interracial relationship and features a black leading woman; and 2) realistically depicts the joys and tribulations of a long-distance relationship, complete with rushed romantic weekends and drunken text message misunderstandings. Alexa is the chief of staff for the mayor of Berkley, super focused on her career. She's also a woman who's sometimes prone to body image insecurities, especially in a world that seems to favour tall, thin, white California blondes. Drew is a handsome pediatrician from LA who has messed up relationships in the past because of his commitment issues. The two meet cute when they're both stuck in the elevator of San Francisco's Fairmont Empress hotel and hit it off. Drew desperately needs a date for a wedding he dreads attending (the bride is his ex, the groom is his best friend, and he's a groomsman...awkward), and on a whim he decides to ask Alexa, who agrees only because she sees it as a lark. What started as a one-time wedding date arrangement quickly escalates into something more. You'll be rooting for Alexa and Drew to find a way past their respective hang-ups and finally admit their true feelings to each other.

6. The Wife by Alafair Burke

Harlan Coben called The Wife "This year's Gone Girl" when it was published, and like its predecessor this is a domestic thriller with a twist and a potentially unreliable narrator. Angela meets Jason Powell while catering a party in the East Hamptons, and despite the differences in their background they fall in love and get married. The marriage allows Angela and her son to start fresh in New York City, and escape a traumatic past that she wants to keep quiet. Fast forward to the present, and Jason (now a successful academic whose research has become a cultural phenomenon) is being accused of sexual assault by two different women. The case and the media circus it generates put a new spotlight on Angela's past. What lengths is she willing to go to in defending her husband, and what exactly is the truth? Burke's novel toys with the reader's notions of what a stereotypical victim should be before skillfully subverting them.

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Hope and Dejection Collide at Lebanon Correctional Institution

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Composer and pianist Eric Genuis played hope and grace into existence before a crowd of more than 50 inmates at Lebanon Correctional Institution on Oct. 23. The concert, organized by Marty Arlinghaus, director of prison ministry for the Archdiocese of Cincinnati, was part of Genuis’ “Concerts for Hope” series. Genuis
          

Advent Calendar 2019

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Archdiocese of Cincinnati Advent Calendar Make this the best Advent EVER, and download the Ultimate Advent Guide by clicking here **Click on Parish or Event Name for Map Saturday, November 23 – Sunday, December 1 Annual Advent & Christmas Book Sale Good Shepherd, 8815 E. Kemper Rd., Cincinnati 45249 The
          

2094 LOC Draft: COMPLETE & PICKS ARE SET!

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Draft Order *Round 1* *Block 1 OTC Until 6 AM CST on 11/22 * 1) Cincinnati Reds *AUTO-C Edward Keeton* 2) Colorado Rockies *P Raymond Mendenhall* 3) Kansas City Royals *P Dino Jacob* 4) Tampa Bay Rays *AUTO-P Martin Mejia* 5) Los Angeles Dodgers *AUTO-3B Thomas Yount* 6) Boston Red Sox *2B Manuel Carter* *Block 2 OTC Until 6 AM CST ON 11/23 * 7) Philadelphia Phillies *SS Charles Nielson* 8) Minnesota Twins *AUTO-LF Julius Halcomb* 9) New York Yankees *2B Ted Outlaw* 10) Washington Senators *C Daniel Webster* 11) Chicago White Sox *AUTO-RF Willie Arnone* 12) Texas Rangers *1B Robert Dunn* *Block 3 OTC until 9 AM CST ON 11/24 * 13) Milwaukee Brewers *P John Spaulding* 14) San Diego Padres *P John Erdmann* 15) Cleveland Indians *P Richard Noles* 16) Chicago Cubs *AUTO-P Michael White* 17) Toronto Blue Jays *2B Walter Goodin* 18) Miami Marlins *3B Jerry Flaherty* *Block 4 OTC until 6 AM CST on 11/26 * 19) Detroit Tigers *P Scott Thurman* 20) Atlanta Braves *P Lane Ledford* 21) San Francisco Giants *LF Victor Davis* 22) St. Louis Cardinals *1B Danny Ruiz* 23) Cincinnati Reds *RF Eric Flores* 24) Cincinnati Reds *LF Daniel Nixon* *Round 2* *Block 5 OTC until 6 AM CST on 11/27 * 25) Cincinnati Reds *SS Kevin Keller * 26) Tampa Bay Rays *P James Galan* 27) Boston Red Sox *1B Willie Porter* 28) Philadelphia Phillies *CF Boots Farmer* 29) Cincinnati Reds *AUTO-3B Richard Stuber-Used remaining player from old list* 30) Minnesota Twins *AUTO-C Henry Renfroe* *Block 6 OTC until 8 AM CST on 11/28 * 31) New York Yankees *AUTO-P Louis Romero* 32) Washington Senators *P Richard Perez* 33) Kansas City Royals *RF Frank Moise* 34) Chicago White Sox *AUTO-C David Kennedy* 35) Los Angeles Dodgers *AUTO-P Michael Sanchez* 36) Texas Rangers *RF John Hogan* *Block 7 OTC until 8 AM CST on 11/30 * 37) Milwaukee Brewers *AUTO-P Eddie Ervin* 38) San Diego Padres *P Mervin Ross* 39) Cleveland Indians *AUTO-SS Roger Palmieri* 40) Chicago Cubs *AUTO-P Kris Winters* 41) Toronto Blue Jays *AUTO-P Dennis Trotter* 42) Miami Marlins *RF John Brandon* *Block 8 OTC until NOON CST on 12/1 * 43) Detroit Tigers *P Corey Keesler* 44) Atlanta Braves *P Ronald Whitfield* 45) San Francisco Giants *AUTO-Robert Brothers* 46) St. Louis Cardinals *SS Manuel Davies* 47) St. Louis Cardinals *P Michael Garcia* 48) Cincinnati Reds *2B Otis Tierney* PM's have been sent out. If you are auto'd in Round 1, all subsequent picks of yours will be auto'd unless you check in. Auto's will not be given out until the end of the round. Anyone who sends in their pick from a block will get priority over auto picks.
          

Cincinnati, Ohio Schools Close to Offer Safety Training

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Northwest local schools in Cincinnati, Ohio were closed for safety training following a recent fatal shooting that prompted a lockdown at a local high school.
          

Manager Trainee | National Express LLC

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Cincinnati, Ohio, You’ve earned your degree – now are you ready to make your mark?  National Express, LLC is looking for recent or soon-to-be college graduate to join our field team as an Operations Management Traine
          

Spread Holiday Cheer: 4 Ways You Can Donate at UC Blue Ash

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During this season of giving, UC Blue Ash has many opportunities for students, faculty, and staff to spread the love (and warmth!) to others in our community–animals too. Have a great holiday season this year and remember to help someone in the Greater Cincinnati area have a great holiday too. Coats The UC Blue Ash […]
          

University of Cincinnati Blue Ash Dental Hygiene Clinic

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Many students know that UC Blue Ash offers a selective dental hygiene program, but not too many students know that they can utilize this clinic and receive dental treatment at a student rate of ten dollars. The clinic is open from September to April by appointment only and provides these treatments: Health History (including Blood […]
          

Browns QB Baker Mayfield says he fully expects to play next week after suffering hand injury in loss to Steelers

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PITTSBURGH — Browns quarterback Baker Mayfield doesn't envision the right hand injury he suffered in Sunday's 20-13 loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers forcing him to miss next week's home game against the Cincinnati Bengals."I fully expect to be able to play," Mayfield said during his postgame news conference.Browns coach Freddie Kitchens said the injury is "a contusion right now, a bruise."Mayfield missed the final two snaps of the first half after his [...]
          

Today in Tribe History: November 26, 1989

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Lew Fonseca, who spent some of his best Major League seasons in a Cleveland Indians uniform, passes away at the age of 90.

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Clinical Research Project Manager, Cardiology Division | University of Cincinnati

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Roboter reparieren im Team defekte Satelliten

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Revolutionäre KI-Technologie der University of Cincinnati soll Weltallschrott-Problem bekämpfen

Forscher der University of Cincinnati (UC) http://uc.edu arbeiten an einer revolutionären Technologie, die künftig deutlich weniger Weltallschrott die Erdatmosphäre verdrecken lässt. Hierfür entwickeln sie spezielle Roboter, die sich mithilfe Künstlicher Intelligenz (KI) selbständig in Gruppen organisieren und dadurch gemeinsam verschiedene Aufgaben meistern. Die kleinen Gehilfen sollen etwa in der Lage sein, defekte Satelliten zu reparieren oder zu betanken.
          

Primary Care in Ohio and Kentucky | Bon Secours Mercy Health

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Cincinnati, Ohio, Bon Secours Mercy Health has several Primary Care opportunities located in Ohio and Kentucky. Specific areas include:   Cincinnati, OH Springfield, OH Paducah, KY Ashland, KY   Oppo
          

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OH-CINCINNATI, Graphet is seeking an experienced Web Developer with PHP development experience. The successful candidate will plan, design, create, manage, and test business applications using PHP, MySQL, and other Java servlet and stand-alone applications. Established in 2001, our company is growing due to increasing demand for our energy data mining services. We are looking for someone who is a self-starter an
          

Packender Playoff-Kampf! So steht's im Super-Bowl-Rennen

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Das Playoff-Rennen in der NFL ist in vollem Gange. Noch vier Spieltage haben die Teams zu absolvieren, dann steht der Weg bis zum Super Bowl LIV am 2. Februar 2020 in Miami fest.

Erst ein Team hat sich das Ticket gesichert, zahlreiche weitere Franchises kämpfen entweder um einen Platz in den Playoffs oder den wichtigen Heimvorteil in der eigenen Conference.

Sicher in die Playoffs ziehen die acht Division-Sieger ein, außerdem erhalten je zwei weitere Teams mit der besten Bilanz pro Conference einen Platz in den Wildcard Games der NFL. (SERVICE: Die Tabelle der NFL)

SPORT1 fasst das aktuelle Playoff-Rennen zusammen:

SICHER DABEI:

NEW ORLEANS SAINTS (10-2):

Die Saints haben dank fünf Siegen Vorsprung auf die Verfolger bereits Platz 1 in der NFC South sicher. Für New Orleans geht es nun darum, die beste Bilanz aller Teams in der NFC zu erreichen.

Die Chancen darauf stehen gut, mit vier weiteren Siegen würden Drew Brees und Co. aufgrund des gewonnenen Direktvergleichs bis zum Finale den Heimvorteil sicher haben. Der ESPN Football Power Index (FPI) gibt den Saints die beste Chance auf den Conference-Sieg (42,2 Prozent).

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DIE AKTUELLEN DIVISION-LEADER:

AFC NORTH - BALTIMORE RAVENS (10-2):

Dank des Last-Minute-Sieges gegen die San Francisco 49ers am Sonntag und der Niederlage der New England Patriots in Houston haben sich die Ravens auf den ersten Platz der AFC geschoben. Da das direkte Duell gegen die Patriots gewonnen wurde, wäre der Heimvorteil bei vier weiteren Siegen bis zum Conference-Finale sicher.

Es sieht danach aus, als ob der Weg zum Super Bowl für alle AFC-Teams über Baltimore führt.

AFC EAST - NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS (10-2):

Durch die unnötige Niederlage bei den Texans haben die Patriots ihren Heimvorteil über die gesamten Playoffs nach aktuellem Stand der Dinge abgeben müssen. Das Restprogramm spricht mit drei Heimspielen und auswärts in Cincinnati (1-11) aber für den Meister, Tom Brady und Co. werden die Ravens unter Druck setzen. Von hinten lauern in der AFC East allerdings auch noch die Buffalo Bills (9-3), gegen die es im zweiten direkten Duell am vorletzten Spieltag noch um den Division-Sieg gehen könnte.

AFC SOUTH - HOUSTON TEXANS (8-4):

Der überraschende Triumph gegen die Patriots hat die Texans nicht nur zu einem harten Konkurrenten auf dem Weg zum Super Bowl gemacht, sondern auch die Playoff-Hoffnungen der Franchise deutlich erhöht.

Die Ravens und Patriots dürfte Houston nicht mehr einholen, Platz 3 in der AFC ist das Höchste der Gefühle. Entscheidend könnte am letzten Spieltag das Duell mit Tennessee werden, das in der AFC South nur einen Sieg hinter Houston liegt.

AFC WEST - KANSAS CITY CHIEFS (8-4):

Durch den klaren 40:9-Sieg im direkten Duell mit den Oakland Raiders haben die Chiefs Platz 1 in der AFC West bei zwei Siegen Vorsprung fast sicher. Ob Patrick Mahomes und Co. die Texans noch von Platz 3 in der Conference verdrängen können, hängt maßgeblich von deren Restsaison ab - das direkte Duell hat Kansas City verloren. (SERVICE: Spielplan und Ergebnisse der NFL)

NFC WEST - SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS (10-2):

Bis Mitte November spielten die 49ers noch eine perfekte Saison, zwei Thriller-Niederlagen gegen Seattle und die Ravens haben San Francisco aber in eine ganz gefährliche Situation gebracht. Gewinnen die Seahawks (9-2) das Monday Night Game gegen die Minnesota Vikings, würden die 49ers in der NFC West auf Platz zwei und in der gesamten NFC auf Platz fünf abrutschen. (NFL: Seattle Seahawks - Minnesota Vikings am Dienstag ab 2.15 Uhr in den LIVESCORES)

Außerdem warten mit den Saints, Rams und Seahawks noch drei ganz dicke Brocken, zwei davon obendrein auswärts.

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NFC NORTH - GREEN BAY PACKERS (9-3):

Die Packers haben in der NFC North zwar genauso viele Niederlagen kassiert wie die Minnesota Vikings, diese sind aber im Monday Night Game bei den Seahawks gefordert. Da die Packers das erste direkte Duell mit den Vikings gewonnen haben (21:16), spricht auch dieser Fakt für Green Bay - am 16. Spieltag treffen die beiden Teams erneut aufeinander und spielen dann wohl den Division-Sieger untereinander aus.

NFC EAST - DALLAS COWBOYS (6-6):

In der qualitativ schwachen NFC East reicht den Cowboys im Moment bereits eine ausgeglichene Bilanz, um die Führung und damit einen Platz in den Playoffs innezuhaben.

Die Philadelphia Eagles (5-7) haben nach drei Niederlagen in Folge nur noch eine realistische Chance auf den Division-Sieg, wenn sie das direkte Duell mit den Cowboys in drei Wochen für sich entscheiden. Kurios: Dallas hat in dieser Saison noch kein Spiel gegen ein Team mit einer positiven Bilanz gewonnen.

GUTE PLAYOFF-CHANCEN:

SEATTLE SEAHAWKS (9-2):

Zurzeit liegen die Seahawks lediglich auf Platz fünf der NFC, allerdings ist das letzte Wort noch längst nicht gesprochen. Ein Sieg gegen die Vikings im Monday Night Game würde Seattle an San Francisco vorbei an die Spitze der NFC West befördern und sie damit auch am Conference-Sieg schnuppern lassen.

Das direkte Duell mit den 49ers am letzten Spieltag dürfte den Sieger in der NFC West bestimmen - und womöglich auch den Heimvorteil für die gesamten Playoffs entscheiden.

BUFFALO BILLS (9-3):

Die Bills haben sich dank des 26:15-Sieges gegen die Cowboys in eine ausgezeichnete Position gebracht, um zumindest einen Platz im Wildcard Game zu erreichen. Die Chance auf den Playoff-Einzug liegt laut FPI bei 96,6 Prozent, bereits ein weiterer Sieg würde die beste Bills-Bilanz seit 1999 garantieren. Um die AFC East zu gewinnen, müssen die Bills auf Patzer der Patriots (10-2) hoffen - vielleicht ja im direkten Duell am vorletzten Spieltag.

AKTUELL NOCH IN DEN PLAYOFFS:

PITTSBURGH STEELERS (7-5):

Der Division-Sieg in der AFC North geht nur über die Ravens, die Steelers können dank sechs Siegen aus den letzten sieben Spielen aber auf das letzte Wildcard-Ticket in der AFC hoffen.

Im Vergleich mit den Tennessee Titans (7-5) spricht aktuell die bessere Conference-Bilanz für Pittsburgh, laut FPI liegt die Chance auf den Playoff-Einzug bei den Steelers (42,5 Prozent) minimal höher als bei den Titans (38,6 Prozent). Allerdings spielt Pittsburgh noch gegen die Bills und bei den Ravens.

MINNESOTA VIKINGS (8-3):

Zwar liegen die Playoff-Chancen der Vikings laut FPI bei 94,1 Prozent, allerdings droht im Monday Night Game in Seattle eine womöglich entscheidende Niederlage. Siegen die Vikings jedoch und gewinnen auch das direkte Duell gegen die Packers (9-3) in drei Wochen, ist sogar der Division-Sieg möglich. Von hinten droht noch Konkurrenz von den Los Angeles Rams (7-5).

DÜRFEN NOCH AUF DIE PLAYOFFS HOFFEN:

In der AFC hoffen vor allem die Tennessee Titans (7-5) noch, die Steelers vom letzten Wildcard-Platz zu verdrängen. Die Oakland Raiders, Indianapolis Colts (je 6-6) und Cleveland Browns (5-7) haben Außenseiterchancen.

In der NFC sind die Rams (7-5) den Vikings auf den Fersen, die Philadelphia Eagles (5-7) haben wohl nur noch eine Chance, wenn sie sich in der Division noch an den Cowboys vorbeischieben. Leise Hoffnungen können sich womöglich noch die Chicago Bears (6-6) machen, für die Tampa Bay Buccaneers (5-7) und die Carolina Panthers (5-7) wird es wohl nicht mehr reichen.

Der Playoff-Stand in der NFL im Überblick:

AFC
1. Baltimore Ravens (10-2)
2. New England Patriots (10-2)
3. Houston Texans (8-4)
4. Kansas City Chiefs (8-4)
5. Buffalo Bills (9-3)
6. Pittsburgh Steelers (7-5)

NFC
1. San Francisco 49ers (10-2)
2. New Orleans Saints (10-2)
3. Green Bay Packers (9-3)
4. Dallas Cowboys (6-6)
5. Seattle Seahawks (9-2)
6. Minnesota Vikings (8-3)


          

Always Be Thankful

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By David Metzel in Cincinnati East, OH - November 23, 2019 - We should be thankful everyday for the blessings God has given each one of us.
          

Start Plowing

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By Steve Myers in Cincinnati East, OH - November 23, 2019 - What kind of spiritual field are your tending? Is your field full of hard and rocky soil and covered in weeds? Maybe its time to start plowing your field and breaking up the rocky soil and cultivating a life that seeks God and growing in good things.
          

SHELL, Amanda

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SHELL, Amanda Lea Age 47, of Miamisburg, passed away Sunday November 24, 2019 at the University of Cincinnati Medical Center, Amanda was a graduate...
          

Panel recommends stripping slave owner’s name from college at University of Cincinnati

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The University of Cincinnati should remove a slave owner’s name from one of its colleges despite the pivotal role he played in creating the university, according to a panel tasked with examining the issue.

The Cincinnati Enquirer reports Charles McMicken died in 1858 and left the city of Cincinnati...


          

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Pedestrian fatality shuts down major Cincinnati Street

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    Reading rd. between Seymour Ave. and Rosecliff Ave. was shut down early Saturday afternoon due to a vehicle hitting and killing a pedestrian around 1pm. Police have not released the name of the victim. The motorist is cooperating with the investigation. Reading rd. was shut down several hours causing major delays and traffic […]
          

Two Officers Hospitalized After Being Assaulted in Six Minute Fight On the Job

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Cincinnati:  Two officers are being treated at the University of Cincinnati Medical Center after being assaulted while responding to a domestic violence call in the Villages of Roll Hill. Get Breaking News & Exclusive Contest in Your Inbox:   According to WCPO, the officers were initially attacked by Shaunice Dickerson, who made the 911 call.  Joining […]
          

Managing Attorney, Legal Access Project | University of Cincinnati

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Cincinnati, Ohio,   The University of Cincinnati College of Law (UC-COL) seeks the inaugural Managing Attorney for The Legal Access Project (TLAP).    TLAP is a newly created collaborative venture whose primary missi
          

Information Security Analyst I | University of Cincinnati

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Cincinnati, Ohio, Under general supervision from a designated administrator, assists in performing procedures and provides technical solutions that serve to provide appropriate access to and protect systems from unaut
          

Compliment voor Lang: 'Hij vindt zichzelf wel goed, als je zijn interviews ziet'

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Ron Jans ziet dat Noa Lang erg vol van zichzelf is, maar dat hij op dit moment geen reden heeft om niet zelfverzekerd te zijn. De oefenmeester, op dit moment werkzaam in de MLS bij FC Cincinnati, complimenteert Lang en Ajax.
          

The Doobie Brothers – 50th Anniversary Tour in a city near you – presale code

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The latest Doobie Brothers – 50th Anniversary Tour pre-sale password is now on TMPresale.com. While this limited time pre-sale opportunity exists, you can get tickets for The Doobie Brothers – 50th Anniversary Tour before the public. If you don’t purchase your tickets to The Doobie Brothers – 50th Anniversary Tour’s show in a city near you during the presale you might not be able to get them before they sell-out. Here are the Doobie Brothers – 50th Anniversary Tour show details: The Doobie Brothers – 50th Anniversary Tour (Presale begins in the local timezone of the show) Jun 9 – Coral Sky Amphitheatre at the S. Florida Fairgrounds, West Palm Beach, FL Jun 10 – MIDFLORIDA Credit Union Amphitheatre at the FL State Fairgrounds, Tampa, FL Jun 12 – Daily’s Place, Jacksonville, FL Jun 14 – Ameris Bank Amphitheatre, Alpharetta, GA Jun 17 – Bridgestone Arena, Nashville, TN Jun 19 – PNC Music Pavilion, Charlotte, NC Jun 20 – Coastal Credit Union Music Park at Walnut Creek, Raleigh, NC Jun 23 – Veterans United Home Loans Amphitheater at Virginia Beach, Virginia Beach, VA Jun 24 – Jiffy Lube Live, Bristow, VA Jun 26 – PPL Center, Allentown, PA Jun 27 – BB&T Pavilion, Camden, NJ Jun 29 – PNC Bank Arts Center, Holmdel, NJ Jun 30 – Northwell Health at Jones Beach Theater, Wantagh, NY Jul 2- Mohegan Sun Arena, Uncasville, CT Jul 3- Xfinity Center, Mansfield, MA Jul 5 – St. Joseph’s Health Amphitheater at Lakeview, Syracuse, NY Jul 21 – Darien Lake Amphitheater, Darien Center, NY Jul 22 – Blossom Music Center, Cuyahoga Falls, OH Jul 24 – Bank of New Hampshire Pavilion, Gilford, NH Jul 26 – Saratoga Performing Arts Center, Saratoga Springs, NY Jul 29 – Toledo Zoo Amphitheater, Toledo, OH Jul 30 – Ruoff Music Center, Noblesville, IN Aug 1 – Van Andel Arena, Grand Rapids, MI Aug 2 – DTE Energy Music Theatre, Clarkston, MI AUg 4 – Riverbend Music Center, Cincinnati, OH AUg 6 – KeyBank Pavilion, Burgettstown, PA Aug 8 – Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre – Chicago, IL, Tinley Park, IL AUg 12 – Tyson Events Center/Gateway Arena, Sioux City, IA AUg 14 – Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre – St. Louis, MO, Maryland Heights, MO Aug 15 – Starlight Theatre, Kansas City, MO Aug 28 – Minnesota State Fair, Saint Paul, MN AUg 30 – Pepsi Center, Denver, CO Sep 2 – USANA Amphitheatre, West Valley City, UT Sep 3 – Ford Idaho Center Amphitheater, Nampa, ID Sep 5 – White River Amphitheatre, Auburn, WA Sep 6 – Sunlight Supply Amphitheater, Ridgefield, WA Sep 8 – Spokane Arena, Spokane, WA Sep 10 – Toyota Amphitheatre, Wheatland, CA Sep 12 – Shoreline Amphitheatre, Mountain View, CA Sep 13 – Save Mart Center, Fresno, CA Sep 17 – North Island Credit Union Amphitheatre, Chula Vista, CA Sep 18 – The Forum, Inglewood, CA Oct 3 – Ak-Chin Pavilion, Phoenix, AZ Oct 7 – Isleta Amphitheater, Albuquerque, NM Oct 9 – The Pavilion at Toyota Music Factory, Irving, TX Oct 10 – The Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion presented by Huntsman, Woodlands, TX Oct 12 – Simmons Bank Arena, North Little Rock, AR Oct 14 – CenturyLink Center, Bossier City, LA Oct 15 – Smoothie King Center, New Orleans, LA Oct 17 – FedExForum, Memphis, TN Onsale to General Public Start: Fri, 12/06/19 10:00 AM End: Sat, 09/12/20 09:30 PM Citi® Cardmember Presale Start: Mon, 12/02/19 10:00 AM End: Thu, 12/05/19 10:00 PM Citi® Cardmember Preferred Tickets Presale Start: Fri, 12/06/19 10:00 AM End: Tue, 09/01/20 10:00 PM You can use the following presale codes and information to buy tickets: 546616 – a CITI issued credit card may be required to complete your purchase Buy tickets. If a presale code is not found in ticketmaster or livenation – verify that the presale is still valid: you might be looking at old information, finally remember that there might be more than one presale – if there are a few boxes where presale codes can be entered you may need to try a few different combinations to find one that works.
          

The Doobie Brothers – 50th Anniversary Tour in a city near you – presale code

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A Doobie Brothers – 50th Anniversary Tour presale code is available below to our members! This is your best chance to get tickets for The Doobie Brothers – 50th Anniversary Tour before the public! The Doobie Brothers - 50th Anniversary Tour presale password for show tickets in a city near you (in a city near you) You might not get another opportunity to see The Doobie Brothers – 50th Anniversary Tour’s show in a city near you!!
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The Doobie Brothers – 50th Anniversary Tour

(Presale begins in the local timezone of the show)
Jun 9 – Coral Sky Amphitheatre at the S. Florida Fairgrounds, West Palm Beach, FL
Jun 10 – MIDFLORIDA Credit Union Amphitheatre at the FL State Fairgrounds, Tampa, FL
Jun 12 – Daily’s Place, Jacksonville, FL
Jun 14 – Ameris Bank Amphitheatre, Alpharetta, GA
Jun 17 – Bridgestone Arena, Nashville, TN
Jun 19 – PNC Music Pavilion, Charlotte, NC
Jun 20 – Coastal Credit Union Music Park at Walnut Creek, Raleigh, NC
Jun 23 – Veterans United Home Loans Amphitheater at Virginia Beach, Virginia Beach, VA
Jun 24 – Jiffy Lube Live, Bristow, VA
Jun 26 – PPL Center, Allentown, PA
Jun 27 – BB&T Pavilion, Camden, NJ
Jun 29 – PNC Bank Arts Center, Holmdel, NJ
Jun 30 – Northwell Health at Jones Beach Theater, Wantagh, NY
Jul 2- Mohegan Sun Arena, Uncasville, CT
Jul 3- Xfinity Center, Mansfield, MA
Jul 5 – St. Joseph’s Health Amphitheater at Lakeview, Syracuse, NY
Jul 18 – Budweiser Gardens, London, Canada
Jul 19 – Budweiser Stage,Toronto, Canada
Jul 21 – Darien Lake Amphitheater, Darien Center, NY
Jul 22 – Blossom Music Center, Cuyahoga Falls, OH
Jul 24 – Bank of New Hampshire Pavilion, Gilford, NH
Jul 26 – Saratoga Performing Arts Center, Saratoga Springs, NY
Jul 29 – Toledo Zoo Amphitheater, Toledo, OH
Jul 30 – Ruoff Music Center, Noblesville, IN
Aug 1 – Van Andel Arena, Grand Rapids, MI
Aug 2 – DTE Energy Music Theatre, Clarkston, MI
AUg 4 – Riverbend Music Center, Cincinnati, OH
AUg 6 – KeyBank Pavilion, Burgettstown, PA
Aug 8 – Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre – Chicago, IL, Tinley Park, IL
AUg 12 – Tyson Events Center/Gateway Arena, Sioux City, IA
AUg 14 – Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre – St. Louis, MO, Maryland Heights, MO
Aug 15 – Starlight Theatre, Kansas City, MO
Aug 28 – Minnesota State Fair, Saint Paul, MN
AUg 30 – Pepsi Center, Denver, CO
Sep 2 – USANA Amphitheatre, West Valley City, UT
Sep 3 – Ford Idaho Center Amphitheater, Nampa, ID
Sep 5 – White River Amphitheatre, Auburn, WA
Sep 6 – Sunlight Supply Amphitheater, Ridgefield, WA
Sep 8 – Spokane Arena, Spokane, WA
Sep 10 – Toyota Amphitheatre, Wheatland, CA
Sep 12 – Shoreline Amphitheatre, Mountain View, CA
Sep 13 – Save Mart Center, Fresno, CA
Sep 17 – North Island Credit Union Amphitheatre, Chula Vista, CA
Sep 18 – The Forum, Inglewood, CA
Oct 3 – Ak-Chin Pavilion, Phoenix, AZ
Oct 7 – Isleta Amphitheater, Albuquerque, NM
Oct 9 – The Pavilion at Toyota Music Factory, Irving, TX
Oct 10 – The Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion presented by Huntsman, Woodlands, TX
Oct 12 – Simmons Bank Arena, North Little Rock, AR
Oct 14 – CenturyLink Center, Bossier City, LA
Oct 15 – Smoothie King Center, New Orleans, LA
Oct 17 – FedExForum, Memphis, TN

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Scores and Schedule

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By The Canadian Press

Sunday's Games

NFL

Baltimore 20 San Francisco 17

Green Bay 31 N.Y. Giants 13

Tennessee 31 Indianapolis 17

Pittsburgh 20 Cleveland 13

Cincinnati 22 N.Y. Jets 6

Tampa Bay 28 Jacksonville 11

Miami 37 Philadelphia 31

Washington 29 Carolina 21

L.A. Rams 34 Arizona 7

Kansas City 40 Oakland 9

Denver 23 L.A. Chargers 20

Houston 28 New England 22

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Minnesota 3 Dallas 2 (SO)

Boston 3 Montreal 1

Edmonton 3 Vancouver 2

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Saturday's Games

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By The Canadian Press

Sunday's Games

NFL

Baltimore 20 San Francisco 17

Green Bay 31 N.Y. Giants 13

Tennessee 31 Indianapolis 17

Pittsburgh 20 Cleveland 13

Cincinnati 22 N.Y. Jets 6

Tampa Bay 28 Jacksonville 11

Miami 37 Philadelphia 31

Washington 29 Carolina 21

L.A. Rams 34 Arizona 7

Kansas City 40 Oakland 9

Denver 23 L.A. Chargers 20

Houston 28 New England 22

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Edmonton 3 Vancouver 2

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Sr. Data Solution Analyst

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OH-Cincinnati, Sr. Data Solution Analyst Cincinnati, OH 6 Month CTH Start:ASAP The Sr. Data Business Analysts is a member of the team responsible for defining and prioritizing the Team Backlog to facilitate the execution of program priorities. The Sr. Data Business Analyst has a significant role in quality, and ensures the conceptual and technical integrity of the work for which they are accountable. At a higher
          

CBS/Palm projects us in...

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Palm projects us in the Gasparilla Bowl in Tampa against Cincinnati. Yikes. For selfish reasons, I wish we were in the New Orleans Bowl, because then I could attend. Palm is assuming Cincy would lose to Memphis in the AAC championship. But that's a recent rematch, and I'd think Cincy would have...
          

Three Thoughts on the AAC Championship

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• For the third straight season, the Memphis Tigers will play on college football's biggest, most exclusive weekend. Seventy-eight teams will play in bowl games over the next five weeks. But only 20 get to play for a conference championship on the first Saturday in December. Aside from the New Year's Six, you can have "bowl season." I'll take the weekend all 10 FBS leagues decide a champion on the field. And for the first time, one of these games will be played here in Memphis, at the Liberty Bowl.

The Tigers celebrated their division title last Friday, clinched with the victory over Cincinnati. But it's the American Athletic Conference championship — to be decided on the field, against those same Bearcats — that would take the Memphis program a place it's never been before. Coach Mike Norvell made that clear in describing the minimalist approach to last week's celebration. "There have not been a ton of trophies lifted around here," said Norvell after his team's 11th win of the season (a program first). "Winning the West Division is pretty special. To represent where this program has grown, the foundation former players built . . . we want to celebrate it. But we're not done. We did what we're supposed to do. I want us to continue to grow. I want to see that hunger. We can talk about the 'three-peat' of winning the division, but we want to finish the journey."

• Championships are won, yes, with line play. When the Tigers score their first touchdown (or field goal) Saturday, they'll surpass 500 points for the fifth straight season. It's a scoring total the program never reached before the 2015 campaign. You could say Memphis has established not so much an offensive scheme, but an offensive system, the kind that rolls over, one generation of players to the next. But when I consider the strength of this year's Tiger offense, the record-breaking numbers of Brady White, Kenneth Gainwell, Antonio Gibson, and Damonte Coxie are merely the dressing. The meat of this juggernaut has been an offensive line as strong and stable as any the U of M has ever suited up. From left to right, they are Obinna Eze, Dylan Parham, Dustin Woodard (the senior center made his 50th start last Friday), Manuel Orona-Lopez, and Scottie Dill. Remarkably, this group has started all 12 games for Memphis, well-nigh impossible for a position tasked with creating collisions on every snap of every game. The unit will lose only Woodard at season's end, meaning the Tiger offense — the Tiger offensive system — is in a good place for 2020 and beyond.

• Back-to-back Bearcats . . . big deal. In each of the Tigers' previous two appearances in the AAC championship, they faced a team they'd played in the regular season (UCF). I don't see the proximity between the Tigers' regular-season game against Cincinnati with Saturday's championship to be all that significant. Sure, familiarity breeds contempt and all that, but this is football. One play from scrimmage is usually enough to breed contempt. After Friday's win, Coxie talked about talking, and the blocking he and his fellow Tiger receivers enjoy, and how much defenders don't enjoy it. "I like to get in [defensive backs'] heads," said Coxie, on the verge of his second-straight 1,000-yard season. "They don't like to be touched." He didn't sound like someone concerned about what this week's opponent heard — or felt — in last week's game.

The Tigers beat Cincinnati without playing their best football. They failed to capitalize (and score) on a pair of Bearcat turnovers. The Memphis defense allowed the Cincinnati offense to stay on the field too much (eight third-down conversions and one on fourth-down). Saturday's game will likely come down to which team plays better in the second half. And the cliche holds: Mistakes lose games (and championships). A team celebrated all season for its ability to execute a game plan — and minimize mistakes — will need to hold form in one more home game, with the prize likely a berth in the Cotton Bowl. Memphis football going places it's never been before. Again.
          

Healthcare: Travel Nurse RN - ED - Emergency Department - $1,399 per week - Norwalk, Ohio

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NurseFly Travel Nursing with trustaff is seeking a ed - emergency department travel nurse for a travel nursing job in Norwalk, Ohio:- Specialty: ED - Emergency Department- Discipline: RN- Start Date: ASAP- Duration: 12 weeks- 36 hours per week- Shift: 12 hours, days.Additional information: trustaff Job ID #470673. Pay package is based on 12 hour shifts and 36.0 hours per week (subject to confirmation) with tax-free stipend amount to be determined. Posted job title: Emergency RN 12 HR AM.trustaff is currently seeking an experienced Emergency Registered Nurse for a 13-week travel contract.The Emergency Room RN provides care for patients with a variety of illnesses or trauma requiring emergency attention and must be able to recognize and effectively treat life-threatening conditions. Emergency Room nurses perform a focused assessment of chief complaints of each patient and triages accordingly to encourage effective flow through the emergency care system.1+ year of recent Emergency RN experience is required***Most travel contracts include:- 13-week contracts- Multiple Shifts Available; Days & Nights- Guaranteed HoursFor over 17 years, trustaff has specialized in matching skilled healthcare professionals like you with high-paying jobs at the best facilities all across the country.As one of the nation's leading travel nursing agencies, not only are trustaff's travel nurses some of the highest-paid in the industry, you'll enjoy great employee benefits, premier access to hundreds of jobs, and unmatched personal service.Here are just some of the top-tier benefits you'll enjoy while traveling with trustaff:- Great selection of jobs - All 50 states, all specialties and modalities- Great pay - Earn as much as $2,800 per week depending on your specialty and experience!- Weekly pay through direct deposit- Guaranteed hours- Medical/Dental/Vision insurance - Health insurance options start at just $23 a week!- 24/7 service, including personal support from your recruiter, travel advocate, and clinical liaison- 401k with employer match- Assistance with travel and planning- Licensure reimbursement- Exclusive employee discount program- Earn great bonuses & refer your friendsMinimum Requirements:- 1+ years recent experience in your specialty - Must have active RN license- Must have current BLS & ACLSFor more information, please call trustaff or email is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer.Let trustaff find your next adventure.For over a decade, trustaff has been matching skilled healthcare professionals with some of the best facilities across the country. 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Every job seeker is matched with a dedicated recruiter, who takes the time to listen and learn the details of your needs, long-term goals, and personal preferences. Recruiters use these criteria to seek out positions which specifically meet or exceed your requirements. Once you've accepted a position, we maintain contact, provide support, and develop a personal, longstanding relationship that continues throughout the assignment and years into the future.Our reputation speaks volumes:Distinguished 10 times by Inc. 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PTSD in parents: The trauma of caring for sick kids

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By Maureen Gilmer, IU Health senior journalist, mgilmer1@iuhealth.org

Ever since her son was diagnosed with acute myeloid leukemia in 2018, Alison Isenhour has felt a seismic shift in her outlook on life, her personality and her priorities.

Before that January day nearly two years ago, she was a self-described “control freak.”

“I used to micromanage everything. Everything was scheduled to a T, there was no deviating from the schedule. I had a very set routine.”

But the doctor’s words, delivered on Adam Isenhour’s 13th birthday, changed all that.

“Now, I’m just, ‘whatever.’ I can’t do anything about anything.”

That doesn’t mean she has given up caring. But she has stopped worrying so much about the small stuff.

“I remember after Adam first got diagnosed, just out of habit I picked up my phone to get on Facebook and I was scrolling through, thinking, ‘none of this matters and why am I bothering.’ At the same time, that can be frustrating because you’re not up with things, but you just don’t care.”

Isenhour believes she is just one of many parents of kids with life-threatening medical conditions who suffer symptoms of PTSD (post-traumatic stress disorder), a psychiatric condition that develops after a traumatic event.

While the condition is more associated with veterans of war and emergency first responders, an estimated 10-20% of parents with medically fragile children meet the clinical criteria for PTSD, according to a blog written by pediatric psychologist Kate Junger of Cincinnati.

The sound of fireworks or a car backfiring might trigger a response in a veteran or first responder who associates it with a bomb or gunshot. But PTSD looks different in parents of sick kids.

Symptoms may include: re-experiencing disturbing thoughts through nightmares or flashbacks; avoiding people, things and places that remind them of the trauma; fighting negative thoughts and feelings of guilt, anger and sadness that can lead to withdrawing from others; and a sense of hypervigilance that can result in difficulty sleeping and irritable outbursts.

TRIGGERS CAN BE SMALL

Isenhour, a radiologic technologist at IU Health Methodist Hospital, can relate to all of the above.

“I have said since Adam was first diagnosed that I feel like I have that,” she said. “I’ve even searched it online to see what the symptoms are and talked to my doctor about it. I think it’s completely accurate. I’ve also talked to other pediatric cancer moms, and we’ve all said we totally feel like we have PTSD after all this.”

Triggers for her, especially working in a hospital, can be codes called out on the PA system or innocent remarks made by friends and strangers about minor inconveniences. She takes timeouts when she fears she may lash out at someone inappropriately.

She swallows the words she wants to say, but those words come out in her moms’ group or when she gets home.

“It’s nobody’s fault; it’s just that it has triggered something in me.”

Laura Spiegel gets it. The mother of a 6-year-old with cystic fibrosis chairs the Pediatric Patient and Family Advisory Council at Riley Hospital for Children at IU Health.

“We talk a lot, almost every time we get together, about how the emotional and psychosocial elements of managing a complex chronic condition are sometimes as challenging, if not more so, than the clinical and physical part of it,” she said.

She relates the story of one woman whose son is a cancer survivor.

“She talks about that feeling as a parent of the first time they were administering chemo and the knowledge that the chemical going into her child was a poison. Her instinct was to just rip it out, even though ultimately that was what was going to save her child. To this day, that’s a feeling she will never forget.”

Spiegel says with CF in particular, the priority is infection control and avoiding germs. In the first few years, she felt she needed to isolate her daughter from everything.

“What that translated to and something I still feel like I’m working through today is this heightened sense of environmental threat and feeling the need to protect your child. I can hear a wet cough from a mile away. That person who’s sniffling – I hear it. I want to jump in front of her as if somehow my body is going to shield her from that cough. It’s instinctive, that feeling of wanting to protect your child from something as small as germs.”

“SCANXIETY IS REAL”

The ever-present anxiety and worry is real. Isenhour talks about “scanxiety” – the anxious time between scans for evidence of disease.

“We don’t have scans as much as other people do, but I feel that way every time we do labs, and we go at least twice a week,” she said. “Today, I’m pretty calm because we had clinic this morning, and then it starts building. Tomorrow, I don’t know what they (the numbers) are. Then the next night I’ll be very anxious before bed and I get up the next morning even more anxious until they come in and say what the number is. Like the number magically makes it stop for a minute. Then it starts over.”

Adam received a bone marrow transplant from his father, Derek, after a similar transplant attempt from his sister left her seriously ill. She is now healthy, and Adam’s platelet numbers are climbing, but he is not out of the woods.

Vern Farnum, director of spiritual care and chaplaincy services for the IU Health Academic Healthcare Center, can relate to the feelings of trauma as a former cancer patient himself and now a pastor.

“As a child who had a life-threatening cancer (retinoblastoma) that scared my mother to death, I am thankful we now have resources to assist parents through this,” he said.

Those resources can include counseling, medication, self-care and support groups (either online or in person).

Isenhour started meeting with other moms when they were in the hospital together with their children. Now they get together once a month just to talk for a couple hours. In between, they keep in touch via text or instant messages.

Becoming involved with Riley’s parent advisory board has helped Spiegel, giving her more of a sense of control that comes with having a seat at the table and being able to talk with other parents and Riley leadership about creating positive change.

“I feel like I’m making a difference where I can.”

She also has worked to build a strong and trusting relationship with her daughter’s care team, separating what is her role and the role of others who are there to support her.

“My role is to be there for my child and listen and advocate and communicate to physicians and the care team, and I need to trust them.”

This year, Spiegel launched Paint Her in Color, a website that offers emotional support to parents of children with special healthcare needs, while refusing to define children solely by their health.

“INJUSTICE” OF ILLNESS

Farnum said that while it’s usually parents who are hit hardest when a child is seriously ill or injured, “the whole family system and community system is impacted.”

“This includes siblings, grandparents, godparents, neighbors, church members and pastors,” who don’t know what to say or do.

Often, people get caught up in the “injustice” of illness, Farnum said. But until the advent of modern medicine, children often died from disease.

“While we have certainly reduced the occurrence of pediatric illnesses and death, this remains part of life,” he said. “I believe we magnify the possibility of PTSD when we live with the unrealistic expectation that should our children get sick, we can always save them.”

Another sign of PTSD is when a person loses any sense of gratitude, he said.

“A person with PTSD is totally submerged into the loss, including the emotions of anger, guilt (for being well and living), shame (for not ‘catching’ the disease sooner) and sadness. Joy is erased from the soul.”

That’s not to say that parents of children who are ill or who have died should “accept” their fate and set the experience behind them.

“The truth is, with any and all grief work, that it is an adjustment,” he said. “And effective adjustment is a lifelong journey. There will always be days when a parent is angry because the illness of their child feels so deeply unfair.”

Isenhour has found that her sleeping has been disrupted since her son’s diagnosis. She has nightmares. While she says she hasn’t lost friends, some have “gone to the background” because they don’t know what to say. “That’s OK. I don’t take offense to it.”

But she also has found many new friends because of the experience. And she has picked up photography as an outlet to stay busy.

“If I stop, I get anxious. I go full force constantly. I’m sure that will catch up with me eventually, but right now I still have to keep my head in the game because we’re still in the thick of it all. Eventually, it all will settle down and then I can have a nervous breakdown, I guess.”

If only she were joking.

“People should know how much this does affect them and take care of themselves, see a doctor if they need to for additional help,” she said. “Don’t be too proud. Reach out for support. People want to help, let them help you.”


          

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[ Football (American) ] Open Question : IYO, Who are the greatest NFL Quarterbacks in each teams?

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Here's my list: AFC: Baltimore Ravens: Joe Flaaco Buffalo Bills: Jim Kelly Cincinnati Bengals: Ken Anderson Cleveland Browns: Otto Graham Denver Broncos: John Elway Houston Texans: Matt Schaub Indianapolis Colts: Peyton Manning Jacksonville Jaguars: Mark Brunell Kansas City Chiefs: Len Dawson Las Vegas Raiders: Derek Carr Los Angeles Chargers: Phillip Rivers New England Patriots: Tom Brady Miami Dolphins: Dan Marino New York Jets: Joe Namath Pittsburgh Steelers: Ben Roethlisberger Tennessee Titans: Warren Moon NFC: Arizona Cardinals: Jim Hart Atlanta Falcons: Matt Ryan Carolina Panthers: Cam Newton Chicago Bears: Jay Cutler Dallas Cowboys: Roger Staubach Detroit Lions: Matthew Stanford Green Bay Packers: Brett Farve Los Angeles Rams: Jim Everett Minnesota Vikings: Fran Tarkenton New Orleans Saints: Drew Brees New York Giants: Eli Manning Philadelphia Eagles: Donovan McNabb San Francisco 49ers: Joe Montana Seattle Seahawks: Matt Hasselbeck Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Jameis Winston Washington Redskins: Joe Theismann Do you agree with my list? if not, who do you want to replace?
          

12/2/2019: SPORTS: BENGALS 22, JETS 6

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Skull Session: Jim Harbaugh's Job is Safe, Aidan Hutchinson Said He Didn't See The Loss Coming, and Charles Woodson Laments Another Loss

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Behold, the state of the rivalry, from Michigan's perspective:

It's beautiful.

Word of the Day: Delectation.

 OHIO'S SECOND-FAVORITE HEAD COACH. I could not deliver you better news on this fine Monday morning: Jim Harbaugh ain't going anywhere.

Though some fans have called for his dismissal, both throughout the season and in the wake of Saturday’s loss to Ohio State, Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh’s job is safe heading into next season, according to multiple sources close to the University who spoke to The Daily on condition of anonymity, as they were unauthorized to speak publicly on the matter. 

As long as athletic director Warde Manuel and University President Mark Schlissel want Harbaugh, Harbaugh won’t be fired, per one source. And ahead of the Board of Regents’ meeting on Thursday, nothing has indicated otherwise.

And Buckeye fans don't even have to foot the bill for his contract! Incredible.

As an Ohio State fan, I could not imagine someone I'd prefer to coach at Michigan than Jim Harbaugh, and I mean that in full sincerity.

He's good enough of a coach to win nine or 10 games every year and provide a legitimate boost to Ohio State's strength of schedule while clearly not giving a damn about the rivalry and laying an egg every November. He's also weird as hell and easy to make fun of, providing an endless stream of content. And to top it off, he's expensive and absolutely drains that athletic budget.

He's perfect. May he and his khakis stay forever, and ever.

 SOMETIMES, YOU'RE JUST WORSE! There's nothing quite like going to your post game press conference and admitting that you got your ass kicked once again basically because you just weren't as good as the other team.

I wonder if that "execution" he references also includes one's ability to remove a shoe undetected...

There seems to be a postmortem debate about whether Michigan's recent flaying was a result of a talent disparity or a coaching and schematic failure. Uh, why not both? You don't give up 1,144 yards and 118 points in two years without being bad and poorly coached. Just ask Rutgers!

The best parts of that Tweet are the Michigan fans replying feeling the need to explain why their team actually is *not* Rutgers for various reasons, which is just a delightful place to be in December.

 WOODSON'S LAMENT. Michigan hasn't beaten Ohio State with any sort of regularity since sometime around Charles Woodson's playing days, and he's understandably had enough.

Sorry to tell you, Charles, but it seems this is what Michigan is. Enjoy your nine wins before Thanksgiving because you're not winning shit after.

 SHIPPING OUT TO BOSTON? It's coaching speculation season and I expect at least one Buckeye assistant coach to be tossed into every list of candidates for every vacancy, because that's what happens what you have the best coaching staff in the country that's made up of mostly rising stars.

And with former Ohio State assistant athletic director Martin Jarmond at the helm at Boston College, we've got a few Buckeyes – past and present – on the shortlist. 

1) Luke Fickell, Cincinnati – This would be a coup for Jarmond, and there’s a long history after they overlapped at Ohio State in their previous jobs. But there are likely brighter lights awaiting Fickell, be it at Michigan State or even something more high-profile if he’s patient. The last two Cincinnati coaches to move up went to Notre Dame (Brian Kelly) and Tennessee (Butch Jones).

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4) Jeff Hafley, Ohio State DC – He returned from the NFL to pull off one of this season’s best coordinating jobs, as Ohio State’s defense is No. 1 in total defense after being No. 72 last year. He’s a prolific recruiter in New Jersey from his time at Pitt and Rutgers, which would be especially helpful if an outsider ends up at Rutgers.

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9) Al Washington, Ohio State LB coach – He’s a former Boston College player and assistant coach who is rising precipitously through the profession with recent stops at Cincinnati, Michigan and now Ohio State. At age 35, he’s likely a few years away from head coaching jobs. He’s well thought of at the school and one of the country’s bright young position coaches.

At the risk of upsetting some Boston College alums with Google News alerts, who the hell does BC think it is with some of these names? You're just lying to yourself if you think Boston College is any more than a lateral move from Cincinnati, or even a coordinator position at Ohio State. Why the hell would Luke Fickell or Jeff Hafley do that? Just take your comparable (or better!) pay now, and get a better job in a year or two.

As for Al Washington, with nothing but respect to him, if Boston College wants to hand the keys to a 35-year-old linebackers coach, he should uh, absolutely take them. And it seems like that might actually be a real possibility?

Regardless of what happens, I am absolutely certain some folks are getting some well-deserved raises this offseason.

 THE URBAN MEYER EFFECT. It was closer than its ever been last week but this week it happened – Fox's Big Noon Kickoff beat ESPN's College GameDay, posting its best rating ever on Saturday.

That's all Urban Meyer.

The dude won over 90 percent of his games at Ohio State, went 7-0 against Michigan in The Game, and won three Big Ten championships and a national title and somehow, it seems he's an even better analyst than he is a head coach.

If he's this good at everything he does, I expect him on the damn PGA tour next year, cause I hear he's been golfing a lot.

 NOT STICKING TO SPORTS. Could a rating system help weigh claims made in popular science books?... A couple paid $100 for abandoned car they found in a storage unit, then Elon Musk bought it from them for nearly $1 million... A booby trap kills man in his own home on Thanksgiving night... Woman caught urinating on produce in Walmart...


          

At the Point of No Return as Captain Kangaroo Holds Court

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The ongoing effort to take down President Donald John Trump has entered a somewhat decisive phase now that the impeachment circus has commenced. There is no need, at least as far as I see it, to discuss the simple fact that this effort began during the administration of then President Barack Hussein Obama/Barry Soetoro and has been continued by the mammoth network of American intelligence communities with the assistance of the current president’s own Cabinet and sub-Cabinet appointees and numerous career bureaucrats who believe that it is their duty to “supervise” a duly elected president whose policies meet with their disdainful disapproval.

How Trump Has Enabled Those Who Have Sought and Continue to Seek His Ruin

Before discussing the coup itself, which, as Andrew McCarthy opined recently is being undertaken not necessarily to remove President Donald John Trump but to weaken him politically, something that, it would appear, might not occur given how Captain Kangaroo's coup hearings are unfolding as his self-shaped narrative of impeachable conduct unravels before his very eyes, it should be noted yet again that Trump’s lack of preparedness to be president and his ignorance of the necessity of staffing a president’s political appointees who are the nominal, sometimes very, very nominal, superiors of the career apparatchiks in the administrative state have resulted in a White House staff is that unusually at odds with itself and that leaks like a sieve even from those are supposed to be his allies and not the plants put there by the intelligence community.

Although, I have noted this in the past on several occasions, it is necessary, as I see it, to do so yet again as readers can forget what they have read, especially with all the verbiage available in cyberspace with just the press of a finger on a hyperlink. Repetition is the mother of learning.

First, Donald John Trump knew nothing about the Constitution of the United States of America before his election on Tuesday, November 8, 2016. He still knows nothing about the Constitution of the United States of America. While I am a critic of the false principles underlying the Constitution, it is nonetheless true that it is the governing charter of the Federal government. One who aspires to be the chief executive of the United States of America ought to have some familiarity with the provisions of the document that outlines the responsibilities and powers of the Federal government, including the limitations upon the exercise of those powers. 

Mind you, Barack Hussein Obama/Barry Soetoro and all other statists of the false opposite of the naturalist “left” had contempt for the Constitution of the United States of America because he believed it to be an “outdated” document that had to be deconstructed of its actual meaning to provide for the alleged “needs” of “the people” in a “changed” world.

In other words, the former president and commander-in-chief of the coup against the current president believed in the sort of “living constitution” that can be manipulated by Federal judges and/or ignored by presidents and congresses who have the “needs” of “the people” in mind. This is nothing other than a secular version of the late Karol Josef Wojtyla/John Paul II’s “living tradition,” which was relabeled as the “hermeneutic of continuity” by Antipope Emeritus Joseph Alois Ratzinger/Benedict XVI, that is nothing other than condemned Modernist precept of “dogmatic evolutionism.” Jorge Mario Bergoglio, of course, is just an open dogmatic evolutionist without any pretext.

President Donald John Trump is not a reader. He fashions himself a doer. He simply hath not the attention span to engage in the realm of ideas. He reacts to the world by pure viscera, and he may never realize that his visceral instincts, while correct on some occasions, can never be substituted for a clear-sighted understanding of First and Last Things, ignorance of which consigns any man, including the president, to becoming his own worst enemy over the time and also to becoming easy prey for those who make it appear as though they know the world better (another spoiler alert: military generals and intelligence officials) even though they, the “experts,” are equally clueless about First and Last Things.

Second, Donald John Trump was also ignorant of the actual complexity of the existence, no less the structure, of the Executive Office of the President, which is a massive behemoth consisting of 1,869 full-time employees. It was as president-elect that Trump remarked to the two-faced man who had tried to sabotage his election and was conspiring even at that time to undermine and cripple his presidency, Barack Hussein Obama/Barry Soetoro, that he, Trump, did not know how many people worked in the White House. Such ignorance was inexcusable and is directly responsible for much of the chaos in his presidency as the man with the gigantic combover of dyed hair was simply unprepared to staff the Executive Office of the President, which is why he “outsourced” much of the personnel selection process of the nogoodniks in the Republican National Committee who cared only about giving their friends cushy jobs and to try to “limit the damage,” as they continue to see it, that could be done if Trump actually did carry through with his threat to “drain the swamp.”

Third, Donald John Trump, as has been noted on this site several times before, was equally unprepared to name individuals to fill sub-Cabinet positions in the fifteen Cabinet departments of the Federal government. This is how he got saddled with holdovers from the Obama/Soetoro administration, including the nefarious Sally Yates, who served as Acting Attorney General of the United States of America while a New Yorker who is tougher than Trump, Charles H. Schumer, the Minority Leader of the United States Senate, slow-walked the nomination of United States Senator Jefferson Beauregard Sessions (R-Alabama) to serve as the Attorney General of the United States of America. Obviously, it should go without saying that Trump’s selection of Sessions was mistaken in the first place.

Fourth, Donald John Trump made a huge mistake by retaining the petty statist and vicious narcissist named James Brien Comey as the Director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation (F.B.I.).  Comey should have been fired. Deputy Director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, Andrew McCabe, should have been fired. Even without all of the evidence that has been revealed in the past three years now concerning the corruption within the highest reaches of the F.B.I., the United States Department of Justice (D.O.J.), the Central Intelligence Agency (C.I.A.), the National Security Agency (N.S.A.) and the United States Department of State, Comey and McCabe should never have been retained.

Fifth, Donald John Trump made a “yuge” mistake, as they say in New York, by thinking that he could schmooze the retained Comey, whose new book confirms that he had contempt for Trump before his election and distrusted him after his inauguration. Trump has far, far too much confidence in his ability to win people over to his side, and it was when he saw that he could not “play” Comey, who has always been every bit the self-seeker, he chose a most inopportune to fire Comey, which played into the latter’s hand perfectly.  Comey wanted a “special counsel” appointed to investigate the nonexistent “collusion” of the Trump campaign with Russia, and he got exactly the man he wanted, deep state’s own Robert Mueller (see an editorial in The Boston Herald on Mueller’s prosecutorial misconduct in his current role as leader of another American coup, Investigators Reveal Bias Against Trump) and Real Clear Politics’ Carl Cannon’s Special Prosecutorial Abuse, when another ill-chosen appointee, Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosentein, chose his former boss at the United States Department of Justice’s Public Integrity Section of the Criminal Division to conduct what has turned out to be an investigation whose scope is ever-widening. 

These were completely unforced errors. However, Donald John Trump is the epitome of the “carnal man,” which refers not only his notorious behavior as a serial adulterer in each of his three “marriages” but, much, much more importantly, his absolute obsession with himself and how he is viewed by others. There are more important things for a president to do than to be on something called “twitter” all day long as he responds to what the idiots in the chattering class are saying about it.

Trump also has caused numerous problems for himself by surrounding him with lowlifes such as the late Roy Cohn, the sodomite who mentored him never to admit that he had made mistakes and to attack others without any mercy or distinctions, the weaselly coward and financially crooked Michael Cohen and, of course, the amoral pro-abort named Roger Stone, the thrice married, thrice divorced serial adulterer named Rudolph William Giuliani, who became a pro-abort thirty years ago in order to receive the cross endorsement of the New York State Liberal Party (an endorsement that came with a twenty-five thousand dollar donation), who had absolutely no business being sent on any kind of investigation in Ukraine. There is an investigation to be undertaken in Ukraine, which is the ground zero of the deep state’s effort to thwart Trump's election and to cripple his presidency, but that is the purview of United States Attorney General William Barr and United States Attorney for the District of Connecticut John Durham, not of Rudolph William Giuliani. Trump's trust in Giuliani is similar to the trust that Madame Defarge (also known as Hillary Diane Rodham Clinton) placed in Sidney Blumenthal to run rogue "intelligence" operations for her whilst she was the United States Secretary of State from January 21, 2009, to February 1, 2013.

Similarly, despite the parade of the cast of characters that walked in and out of Trump Tower on Fifth Avenue in the Borough of Manhattan, City of New York, New York, President-elect Trump did not acquit himself well when he selected such men as James Mattis, Rex Tillerson and Jefferson Beauregard Sessions to serve in his Cabinet, and the selection of Reince Priebus to be his first White House Chief of Staff was disastrous. Also, the presence of his Kabbalist son-in-law, Jared Kushner, in the White House was ill-advised, to say the very least.

President Trump was also hamstrung by selected such warmongers as Herbert Raymond “Daddy Warlocks” McMaster and John Bolton, of all people, to serve as his National Security Advisers after his original selectee, Lieutenant General Michael Flynn, for whom Barack Hussein Obama/Barry Soetoro had an intense personal animus, was kneecapped as follows by the combined statist likes of Acting Attorney General Sally Yates, Federal Bureau of Investigation Director James Brien Comey, Deputy Federal Bureau of Investigation Director Andrew McCabe and Federal Bureau of Investigation Special Agent Peter Strzok:

Oddity No. 1: Then-FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe personally contacted Flynn on the second full working day of the Trump administration and asked him to meet with FBI agents, a meeting that McCabe reportedly characterized as no big deal. That should have been Flynn’s first red flag. The FBI doesn’t do “no big deal” interviews.  

McCabe’s request apparently came at the direction of his boss, former FBI Director James Comey, whose now-transparent camera lust led to the nugget last week that he wanted to exploit his perceived — and likely biased — view that the Trump administration would not be sophisticated enough to spot an end run around normal protocols and White House legal counsel.  

Was there anything legally wrong with Comey’s and McCabe’s duplicitous efforts to lull Flynn into a false sense of security, gain direct, solo access to him and not warn him about lying to agents? Nope. And that’s why his attorney’s probe of that angle went nowhere with the court.

But “legal” doesn’t mean it was proper. McCabe dispatched Peter Strzok and another agent to do the interview. Pause a moment: Comey, McCabe, Strzok. All three subsequently were fired for cause. Comey’s and Strzok’s strong anti-Trump biases, and McCabe’s conflicted links to the Clinton campaign, are well documented. It is fair to question their motivations for seeking out Flynn the way they did. Their actions were unprecedented for senior-most leadership of the FBI … yes, odd.   

And so Flynn, who now faces criminal sentencing for lying to FBI agents, was contacted by McCabe, who not only lied to FBI agents but did so, unlike Flynn, while under oath. McCabe remains uncharged. Words such as “odd” and “ironic” fail. (Three Oddities in in FBI Handling of Michael Flynn interview.)

For present purposes of this commentary, you see, James Brien Comey’s Machiavellian calculation about the unsophisticated nature of the chaotic Trump White House on the second day of its operation proved to be quite successful as it set the stage to cripple President Donald John Trump’s presidency by taking out his National Security Adviser. Moreover, Flynn, who had no reason to lie to FBI Special Agent Peter Strzok, about the meeting that he had on December 22, 2016, with Russian Ambassador to the United Nations to ask him to cast a veto on a United Nations resolution condemning the Zionist State of Israel for its continued building of Israeli settlements on the West Bank, found himself under questioning for doing what Jared Kushner wanted done: to protect his beloved State of Israel.  (Flynn-Kislyak Conversation on Israel.)

In other words, it was the desire to help the Zionists that was used by the DeepStateniks to go after Flynn and thus to use their own strategies to capitalize on Trump’s unpreparedness to govern and the misplaced trust that he put in James Brien Comey.

Similar unforced errors on the part of Donald John Trump continues to this day, including that unfortunate “tweet” of his on Friday, November 14, 2019, the Feast of Saint Josaphat as the witness he  sought to undermine, former American Ambassador to Ukraine Marie Yovanovitch

The Bick Stops Squarely At Obama/Soetoro’s Oval Office

The observations above are not meant in any way to detract from the simple truth that the effort to prevent Donald John Trump from being elected and then, failing that, to undermine his presidency with all manner of false accusations that are then dutifully reported as “real news” by the administrative/deep state’s operatives and stooges within the mainslime media began right in the Oval Office with the imperious Barack Hussein Obama/Barry Soetoro, who said of himself in 2008 that:

Change will not come if we wait for some other person or if we wait for some other time. We are the ones we've been waiting for.

(APPLAUSE)

We are the change that we seek. We are the hope of those boys who have so little, who've been told that they cannot have what they dreamed, that they cannot be what they imagine.

Yes, they can. We are the hope of the father who goes to work before dawn and lies awake with doubt that tells him he cannot give his children the same opportunities that someone gave him.

Yes, he can.

We are the hope of the woman who hears that her city will not be rebuilt, that she cannot somehow claim the life that was swept away in a terrible storm.

Yes, she can.

We are the hope of the future, the answer to the cynics who tell us our house must stand divided, that we cannot come together, that we cannot remake this world as it should be. (Raw Data: Text of Barack Obama's Super Tuesday Speech.) 

Mind you, the now former President Barack Hussein Obama/Barry Soetoro still believes his own narcissistic rhetoric. He really does believe that he was the “one” we had been waiting for and that not no one was qualified to replace if he did not approve of his successor and was assured that he (or she, another “chosen one,” Madame Defarge) would continue his policies without any qualification. This is what the former self-anointed secular savior of the United States of America said Thursday, November 3, 2016, in an anti-Trump campaign speech in Raleigh, North Carolina:

I’ve got Republican friends who don't think or act the way Donald Trump does.  This is somebody who is uniquely unqualified.  I ran against John McCain.  I ran against Mitt Romney.  I thought I’d be a better President, but I never thought that the Republic was at risk if they were elected.  And guess what, North Carolina -- the good news is, all of you are uniquely qualified to make sure this guy who is uniquely unqualified does not become President.  You just got to vote.  You just got to vote.  (Applause.)  And the nice thing is, you don’t just have to vote against that guy because you’ve got a candidate who is actually worthy of your vote -- who is smart, and who is steady, and who is tested, is probably the most qualified person ever to run for this office, and that is the next President of the United States, Hillary Clinton.  (Applause.)  (Obama/Soetoro Speech, November 2, 2016.)

Whether not United States Department of Justice Inspector General Michael Horowitz, whose report on how the United States Federal Bureau of Investigation and Justice Department’s mishandling of the Hillary Clinton e-mail scandal permitted the malefactors to escape unpunished and criticized in the mildest manner possible, or the United States Attorney for the District of Connecticut, John Durham, ever state categorically that Obama/Soetoro was (and continues to be) the mastermind of the ongoing coup, it is no more believable that the nefarious duo of James Clapper, the Director of National Intelligence from August 9, 2010, to January 20, 2017 and John Brennan, the Director of the Central Intelligence Agency from March 8, 2013, to January 20, 2017, were acting as “roque agents” in the intelligence community than it was to believe that Lois Lerner was acting on her own when she headed the Exempt Organizations section of the United States Internal Revenue Service (IRS) to thwart the application of “conservative” organizations or that “rogue agents” in the IRS’s Cincinnati, Ohio, office were to blame. It is also implausible that the Deputy Director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), Andrew McCabe’s infamous “insurance policy” against then-candidate Donald John Trump that was heralded in “tweets” by FBI Special Agents Peter Strzok and Lisa Page was taken out without some level of White House approval, if not directly from Obama/Soetoro himself. No, no matter what the Horowitz report or Durham findings may state publicly, it is really inarguable that the impetus for the ongoing coup against Donald John Trump was not the brainchild of Barack Hussein “play by the book” Obama/Barry Soetoro.

The former Director of the Central Intelligence Agency John “I voted Communist Gus Hall, a stooge of the Communist Part of the Soviet Union, for president” Brennan was not acting on his own when he pushed the self-important, above-it-all, self-appointed philosopher king and gatekeeper, James Brien Comey, and the Federal Bureau of Investigation into establishing a false narrative that Trump campaign aides Carter Page and George Pappadapoulous were working in behalf of the government or Russian President Vladimir I. Putin. John Brennan worked for and at the direction of Barack Hussein Obama/Barry Soetoro, and though the proof may never be established directly, there is no doubt that the man who whose own “qualifications” for being president consistent of having served in the Illinois State Senate and for two years in the United States Senate before announcing his campaign for the 2008 Democratic Party presidential nomination, which he won narrowly over the carpetbagging expert in cattle futures named Hillary Diane Rodham Clinton, remains the mastermind behind the effort to prevent Trump’s election and then to thwart his presidency at every step of the way.

Indeed, Brennan’s role is at the center of United States Attorney John Durham’s investigation:

In the waning days of the Obama administration, the U.S. intelligence community produced a report saying Russian President Vladimir Putin had tried to swing the 2016 election to Donald Trump.

The January 2017 report, called an Intelligence Community Assessment, followed months of leaks to the media that had falsely suggested illicit ties between the Trump campaign and the Kremlin while also revealing that such contacts were the subject of a federal investigation. Its release cast a pall of suspicion over Trump just days before he took office, setting the tone for the unfounded allegations of conspiracy and treason that have engulfed his first term.

The ICA's blockbuster finding was presented to the public as the consensus view of the nation's intelligence community. As events have unfolded, however, it now seems apparent that the report was largely the work of one agency, the CIA, and overseen by one man, then-Director John Brennan, who closely directed its drafting and publication with a small group of hand-picked analysts.

Nearly three years later, as the public awaits answers from two Justice Department inquiries into the Trump-Russia probe’s origins, and as impeachment hearings catalyzed by a Brennan-hired anti-Trump CIA analyst unfold in Congress, it is clear that Brennan’s role in propagating the collusion narrative went far beyond his work on the ICA. A close review of facts that have slowly come to light reveals that he was a central architect and promoter of the conspiracy theory from its inception. The record shows that:

  • Contrary to a general impression that the FBI launched the Trump-Russia conspiracy probe, Brennan pushed it to the bureau – breaking with CIA tradition by intruding into domestic politics: the 2016 presidential election. He also supplied suggestive but ultimately false information to counterintelligence investigators and other U.S. officials.
  • Leveraging his close proximity to President Obama, Brennan sounded the alarm about alleged Russian interference to the White House, and was tasked with managing the U.S. intelligence community's response.
  • While some FBI officials expressed skepticism about the Trump/Russia narrative as they hunted down investigative leads, Brennan stood out for insisting on its veracity.
  • To substantiate his claims, Brennan relied on a Kremlin informant who was later found to be a mid-level official with limited access to Putin’s inner circle.
  • Circumventing normal protocol for congressional briefings, Brennan supplied then-Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid with incendiary Trump-Russia innuendo that Reid amplified in a pair of public letters late in the election campaign.
  • After Trump's unexpected victory, Brennan oversaw the hasty production of the tenuous Intelligence Community Assessment.
  • Departing from his predecessors’ usual practice of staying above the political fray after leaving office, Brennan has worked as a prominent analyst for MSNBC, where he has used his authority as a former guardian of the nation’s top secrets to launch vitriolic attacks on a sitting president, accusing Trump of "treasonous" conduct.

Now Brennan is among the most vocal critics of the more comprehensive of the two Justice probes, the criminal investigation run by U.S. Attorney John Durham and Attorney General William Barr. "I don’t understand the predication of this worldwide effort to try to uncover dirt, real or imagined, that would discredit that investigation in 2016 into Russian interference," he recently said on MSNBC.

The Trump-Russia collusion theory was not propagated by a few rogue figures. Key Obama administration and intelligence officials laundered it through national security reporters who gave their explosive claims anonymous cover. Nevertheless, Brennan stands apart for the outsized role he played in generating and spreading the false narrative. (Brennan Was the Prime Mover of Russiagate.)

This is not all, however, as it was John “Get Out the Vote for Gus Hall” Brennan made sure that the alleged White House hearsay “whistleblower,” Eric Ciaramella, who is a protégé of one Joseph Robinette Biden, Jr. (see Alleged Whisteblower Erich Ciaramella Was Biden Guest at State Department Banquet), got to be his—and the administrative state’s—eyes  and ears at the nerve center of the Trump White House (see the very informative video: John Brennan Handpick Ciaramella for White House). Eric Ciaramella also accompanied the aforementioned Biden to Ukraine when the latter attempted to strongarm Ukrainian leaders into firing the prosecutor who was investigation why the Burisma company, which was co-owned by the inexperienced one-time drug addict named Hunter Biden, had received a contract from the Ukrainian government:

SEN. RAND PAUL: I think [alleged Ukraine whistleblower] Eric Ciaramella needs to be pulled in for testimony... he is a person of interest in the sense that he was at the Ukraine desk when Joe Biden was there and Hunter Biden was working for Ukrainian oligarchs. Simply for that, I think he is a material witness and needs to be brought in, the other question is, while the whistleblower is protected from being fired or from retaliation in court proceedings, the whistleblower is not protected from being asked who gave him the information, because we can't have a country where the private contents of the president's phone calls are leaked to people who are not supposed to be in that loop.

I think all these questions have to be asked. I don't think the whistleblower statute was never intended to have criminal trials and people put before the penalty of criminal justice without being able to hear from their accusers. So I think ultimately, he should testify. Adam Schiff is going to prevent it in the House. In the Senate, I will be advocating that if it comes to the Senate, we haven't had a vote yet of what the rules should be. By a simple minority, we should make the rules that the president is allowed to call all his witnesses, and then it is up to the president who he wants to call as his witnesses. (Rand Paul Says Ukraine "Whistleblower" is a Material Fact Witness and Must Testify.)

Ciaramella, it would appear, played a key role in the Obama/Biden White House of trying to “neutralize” Trump campaign manager Paul Manafort, meaning that the so-called “whistleblower” (whose very appellation as such is inaccurate as the president of the United States of America is not subject to the jurisdiction and oversight of the intelligence community), meaning that the thirty year-old former “student activist” from Yale is no “Mr. Smith Goes to Washington”:

More information is coming to light regarding CIA analyst and alleged whistleblower Eric Ciaramella. A new report from Judicial Watch revealed Obama-era visitor logs from the White House, which showed Ciaramella’s contacts during his tenure in D.C.

In their recent analysis of the visitor logs, the nonprofit examined his ties to Alexandra Chalupa, a contractor hired by the DNC during the 2016 election. She reportedly coordinated with Ukraine to investigate President Trump and his former campaign manager Paul Manafort. The logs showed Chalupa visited the White House 27 times and that her point of contact was Ciaramella. Judicial Watch released a detailed list of several other questionable figures who visited the presidential mansion.

Daria Kaleniuk is the co-founder of the Soros-funded Anti-corruption Action Centre (ANTAC) in Ukraine and visited the White House on December 9, 2015.

Former adviser Rachel Goldbrenner visited on both January 15 and August 8, 2016. During the time of her visit, Goldbrenner served as an adviser to former UN Ambassador Samantha Power, who was behind the unmasking of Mike Flynn.

Former European Assistant Secretary Victoria Nuland also met with Ciaramella and reportedly was involved in the Clinton-funded dossier. She visited on June 17, 2016. Judicial Watch has released documents revealing that Nuland was involved in the Obama State Department’s “urgent” gathering of classified Russia investigation information, which was disseminated to members of Congress within hours of then-candidate Trump taking office.

ANTAC Director Artem Sytnyk visited on January 19, 2016. He is tied to the release of documents during the 2016 campaign that were detrimental to former Trump campaign manager Paul Manafort. Sytnyk was convicted in Ukraine — along with Serhiy Leshenkco — for releasing official documents about Manafort to interfere with the 2016 election.

Judicial Watch is calling on Congress to question Ciaramella about these meetings. (Judicial Watch Unearths Visitor Logs from Eric Ciaramella's Time at the White House.)

Even the Obama White House knew that Hunter Biden’s connections to Burisma were problematic, but the don from Chicago by way of Hawaii wanted to protect his vice president, which is why Ciaramella became a “whistleblower” in the first place:

Of all the supposedly shocking revelations that have emerged from the impeachment hearings this week, here’s one that the Democrats in Congress hope you don’t hear about: The Obama White House knew that Hunter Biden’s extremely lucrative appointment to the board of the Ukrainian gas company Burisma, which occurred the month after his father was named the administration’s “point person” on Ukraine, reeked of corruption — and they didn’t do anything about it.

In Congressional testimony Friday, former Ukraine ambassador Marie Yovanovitch confirmed for Rep. Elise Stefanik (R-NY), that in 2016 the Obama State Department privately ran her through a series of practice questions and answers to prepare Yovanovitch for her Senate confirmation hearing.

Stefanik confirmed that one specific question Yovanovitch was asked to prepare for was, “What can you tell us about Hunter Biden’s being named to the board of Burisma?” Incredibly, Yovanovitch later testified that the State Department told her to deflect any questions she might get about Hunter Biden and Burisma by referring Senators’ questions to the vice president’s office.

This admission regarding her senate confirmation prep session was startling, and it flatly contradicted a prior statement Yovanovitch had made in the hearing: “Although I have met former vice president several times over the course of our many years in government service, neither he nor the previous administration ever raised the issue of either Burisma or Hunter Biden with me.” (Obama Administration Knew Hunter Biden was Shady, Witness Admits.)

When all is said and done, despite Obam/Soetoro’s fear that a President Donald John Trump would overturn ObamaDeathCare, end the globalist policy of “open borders” and reorient American foreign policy according to this country’s legitimate security interests, it is my belief that the principal reason that the former president was so intent on preventing Donald John Trump’s election and then thwarting his presidency thereafter was the latter’s prominent public role in raising questions about the forty-fourth president’s country of birth. Without discounting the fact that the fascistic Obama/Soetoro and the rest of his Jacobin/Bolsehvik adherents of the farthest reaches of the false opposite of the naturalist left do not believe that anyone other than they are qualified or even have the right to hold public office, it is my belief that the Barack Hussein Obama/Barry Soetoro’s visceral hatred for Trump originated with the “birther controversy.” Although Donald John Trump has a pretty thin-skin when it comes to criticism, he is a completely rank amateur in the thin-skinned department in comparison to the prima donna Obama/Soetoro, who was ever ready to use the “race card” to stifle opposition, a ploy that worked more times than not.

There is no need to address the specifics of the ongoing coup’s end game, impeachment, being led at present by the shameless congenital liar named United States Representative Adam Schiff (D-People’s Republic of California) except to note that the administrative/deep state operatives who have been hard at work for well over three years now in multiple Federal agencies and departments believe that they, not elected officials, set the policy agenda for the government of the United States of America and that anyone who dissents from that agenda must be disobeyed and then accused of betraying what they think are the “best interests of the nation.” It is beyond question now that the career bureaucrats, including those in the intelligence communities, and the foreign service, several of whose self-righteous, preening and posturing creatures have been in the public spotlight this past week, believe that elected officials are so much window-dressing that gives them cover to govern as they “know” is best for us unwashed masses.

Journalist Sharyl Atkisson made this observation in a different manner:

Under the U.S. Constitution, it is the president of the United States who determines foreign policy. How can President Trump be “at odds with foreign policy” when he’s the one who determines it?

President Trump may well have been altering foreign policy on Ukraine. It should be of no surprise that he wasn’t operating “business as usual,” since he ran on that platform and has executed it from day one. It’s clear that Kent and Taylor didn’t like or agree with Trump’s ideas, and believe they know what’s best. Trump rankled, contradicted and “embarrassed” them by operating outside the “regular” chain.

But they seem to miss the fact that their desires are subordinate to the president’s. “Official foreign policy,” as they called it, is not an independent unmovable-force object that exists outside the president’s authority; it is what the president determines it to be. The diplomats must execute the president’s wishes or resign from their posts if they feel they cannot bring themselves to do so.

Kent and Taylor genuinely seem to believe Trump was acting for his own political benefit — though they acknowledged they never had spoken to him or met him. Obviously, President Trump would say he was acting in the national interest. But their testimony makes it pretty clear why President Trump would develop a communications chain that would attempt to minimize career diplomats who do not wish to execute his wishes and may be working to undermine them.

Trump’s enemies may cheer on the idea of diplomats and other officials choosing to oppose or undermine his wishes. But based on our Constitution, the dissenting diplomats are the ones who are at odds with “official foreign policy”— not the other way around. To the extent they are attempting to further policies that oppose or undermine the president’s wishes, they are the ones conducting the “shadow campaign.” (The President, Not Diplomats, Sets 'Official Foreign Policy'. See also What impeachment is really all about.)

Even though President Donald John Trump was ill-advised mention in his July 25, 2019, phone call with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky, regardless of any nonexistent threat to withhold American military assistance even if that assistance was delayed for a time, something several of the unusually taciturn Vice Preisdent Michael Richard Pence’s aides were concerned might cause a political problem, the previous administration, that under Barack Hussein Obama/Barry Soetoro and Joseph Robinette Biden, Jr., constantly threatened predominantly Catholic and/or Mohammedan nations to change their laws that defended the inviolability of the preborn child and criminalized sodomite behavior:

Last month, the eyes of the world were on Africa as President Obama welcomed Nigerian president Muhammadu Buhari to the White House and, for the first time as president, visited his father's home country of Kenya.
 
Reports indicate that Buhari and U.S. President Barack Obama discussed the Islamic terrorist group Boko Haram, as well as possible political and economic reforms for Buhari's struggling country. Similar discussions took place in Kenya.
 
While all seemed well on the public front, the reality is that both Buhari's and Obama's visits were used by the White House to promote what Pope Francis called "ideological colonization." This agenda was let slip just days before Buhari arrived in Washington, when the U.S. State Department indicated it would push the Nigerian government to redefine marriage.

According to the Nigerian Pilot, America's Assistant Secretary of State for African Affairs, Linda Thomas-Greenfield, told reporters that "[a]s a policy, we will continue to press the government of Nigeria, as well as other governments which have provided legislation that discriminates against the LGBT community."

Thomas-Greenfield defended the pressure, saying it was not international interference in Nigeria's domestic affairs, but rather is "very much a work in progress...I think you will agree with me that the law in Nigeria really went far in discriminating against this community but also people who associate with them. So, we will continue to press the government, to press the legislature to change these laws and provide human rights for all Nigerian people regardless of their sexual orientation."
 
Across Africa, millions of people face starvation, war, oppression, poverty, and death due to a lack of basic aid. For decades, the United States has provided myriad forms of aid designed to help nations surpass these problems.
 
Under the Obama administration, however, humanitarian aid has often come with a price tag: Abandoning traditional values, especially those related to contraception, abortion, and marriage.
 
In 2011, Obama issued a memorandum that directed all U.S. embassies worldwide to promote LGBT rights, which he said were "central to the United States commitment to promoting human rights."
 
"Under my Administration, agencies engaged abroad have already begun taking action to promote the fundamental human rights of LGBT persons everywhere," he said.
 
That same year, the administration made aid to Nigeria dependent upon its not enacting the Same Sex Marriage Prohibition Act. And before she stepped down as Secretary of State, Hillary Clinton compared same-sex relationships to race and sex in a speech that left African leaders furious.
 
Last year, at the U.S.-Africa Leaders Summit in Washington, Obama and Vice President Joe Biden both suggested that Africa's war-torn, impoverished nations could attract economic and development aid from the West by becoming more gay-friendly.
 
This is social engineering at its finest, but it is not limited to redefining marriage. Contraception and abortion policies -- euphemized as "family planning" -- are also pushed upon Nigeria, whose citizens have rejected these mandates, which they consider harmful anti-women policies.
 
Again, this "ideological colonization" is not limited to Nigeria. During his visit to Kenya, Obama publicly lectured president Uhuru Kenyatta on his nation's laws against same-sex sexual relationships. According to CNN, sexual relationships between males over 14 is illegal, and punishable by as many as 14 years in prison.
 
This is the same administration that has spent substantial political capital on a deal with Iran that includes scant reforms in that dictatorial, terrorist-supporting nation, and opened relations with Cuba despite requiring few, if any, political reforms from the Castro dictatorship.
 
African leaders have long opposed Obama's 21st-century imperialism, especially religious leaders. In October, Ignatius Kaigama, the Archbishop of Jos in Nigeria - whose diocese is in the heart of the area affected by terrorist organization Boko Haram - and Bishop Joseph Osei-Bonsu of Ghana told me that they were tired of international pressure to legalize gay marriage.
 
The Nigerian prelate explained, "Marriage is between a man and a woman... even outside of scriptural support, our culture tells us that, nature tells us that."
 
And despite threats of denial of much-needed aid, he says, Africans will not capitulate to the demands. "These are our cultures, and we're not going to compromise over them."
 
Former Population Research Institute Media and Research Coordinator Anne Morse, who is beginning a doctoral program on population studies, was recently in Kenya. An observation she made on Facebook is instructive:
 
"Dear President Obama," wrote Morse, "[please] justify why--for every dollar USAID spends on water and sanitation in Kenya--it spends TWELVE dollars on family planning." Morse noted that she "[had] seen 4 advertisements for condoms today, but hasn't had a hot shower since Sunday."
 
The worst example of America's new-age imperialism is found in the growing evidence that President Obama purposely withheld aid to fight the terrorist group Boko Haram. While Buhari's predecessor has been accused of refusing U.S. aid to fight Boko Haram, what has been less reported is that the refusal came in part because the United States demanded Nigeria change its laws on marriage.
 
These accusations aren't just coming from Catholic bishops. A former U.S. Congressman, a Pentagon Army spokespersona Nigerian official, and the Nigerian Ambassador to the United States have all confirmed this is the case. To quote Ambassador Adebowale Adefuye in his statement to the Council on Foreign Relations, "the U.S. government has up till today refused to grant Nigeria's request to purchase lethal equipment that would have brought down the terrorists within a short time."
 
Nigerian-American Winnie Obike, a Ph.D. candidate in political communications at the University of Maryland, told me that she is "appalled by the Obama administration's foreign policy objectives for the African continent."
 
"It is ironic that a president who has passionately apologized for America's 19th and 20th century imperialism has adopted a twenty-first century imperialism toward Africa by forcing nations to change their beliefs on marriage, abortion and contraception in exchange for basic humanitarian aid," said Obike, who was the Minority Outreach Coordinator for the Minnesota for Marriage Campaign.
 
"Nigeria and other African nations need humanitarian aid and help fighting terrorist groups like Boko Haram, not the West's declining values," said Obike. "I urge President Buhari not to compromise traditional values in exchange for foreign aid."
  
In 2009, President Obama was given a Nobel Peace Prize because many hoped he would lead the world to greater peace and security. With less than 18 months left in his time in office, he can finally earn the award by setting aside his own ideology and focusing on the real aid needed by Nigerians, Kenyans, and many other Africans. (Obama's Twenty-first Century Imperialism on Display in Africa.)

How was this not impeachable and Trump’s putative threat to withhold military assistance to Ukraine that was granted after a delay of five weeks considered impeachable?

Well, there is intimidation and then, I suppose, there is intimidation.

A complete farce.

Moreover, what business does the government of the United States of American even have in Ukraine that justifies the sending of American military equipment and technology?

It is not an accident that many of the self-important military figures have testified before United States Representative Adam “Captain Kangaroo” Schiff’s House Intelligence Committee as these war hawks believe in endless war, and it does not matter to them that civilian control of the military is vested by Article II in the President of the United States of America. It is the president, not military officers nor career foreign service officers who establish American military and foreign policy.

President Dwight David Eisenhower was a globalist in his own right who had the blood of countless numbers of Catholics from Eastern Europe who were forcibly “repatriated” to the countries, then under the yoke of Soviet domination, were executed as “traitors” once they had been returned (“Operation Keelhaul”). Nevertheless, though, Eisenhower, a graduate of the United States Military Academy in West Point, New York, and a career military office, understood the dangers posed by the military-industrial complex, some of whose contemporary products deem it to be an act of “commitment to the truth” to cooperate in the takedown of their Commander-in Chief, which he expressed as follows in his Farewell Address to the Nation on January 17, 1961:

Crises there will continue to be. In meeting them, whether foreign or domestic, great or small,there is a recurring temptation to feel that some spectacular and costly action could become the miraculous solution to all current difficulties. A huge increase in newer elements of our defense; development of unrealistic programs to cure every ill in agriculture; a dramatic expansion in basic and applied research-these and many other possibilities, each possibly promising in itself, may be suggested as the only way to the road we wish to travel.

But each proposal must be weighed in the light of a broader consideration: the need to maintain balance in and among national programs-balance between the private and the public economy, balance between cost and hoped for advantage-balance between the clearly necessary and the comfortably desirable; balance between our essential requirements as a nation and the duties imposed by the nation upon the individual; balance between action of the moment and the national welfare of the future. Good judgment seeks balance and progress; lack of it eventually finds imbalance and frustration.

The record of many decades stands as proof that our people and their government have, in the main, understood these truths and have responded to them well, in the face of stress and threat. But threats, new in kind or degree, constantly arise. I mention two only.

A vital element in keeping the peace is our military establishment. Our arms must be mighty, ready for instant action, so that no potential aggressor may be tempted to risk his own destruction.

Our military organization today bears little relation to that known by any of my predecessors in peace time, or indeed by the fighting men of World War II or Korea.

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Event Update For 2019-11-25

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The seas, lakes and oceans are now pluming deadly hydrogen sulfide and suffocating methane. Hydrogen sulfide is a highly toxic water-soluble heavier-than-air gas and will accumulate in low-lying areas. Methane is slightly more buoyant than normal air and so will be all around, but will tend to contaminate our atmosphere from the top down. These gases are sickening and killing oxygen-using life all around the world, including human life, as our atmosphere is increasingly poisoned. Because both gases are highly flammable and because our entire civilization is built around fire and flammable fuels, this is leading to more fires and explosions. This is an extinction level event and will likely decimate both the biosphere and human population and it is debatable whether humankind can survive this event.




A. More fires and more explosions, especially along the coasts, but everywhere generally.
B. Many more animal die-offs, of all kinds, and especially oceanic species.
C. More multiples of people will be found dead in their homes, as if they'd dropped dead.
D. More corpses found in low-lying areas, all over the world.
E. More unusual vehicular accidents.
F. Improved unemployment numbers as people die off.




Category: Variety Pack

2019-11-25 - Greenhouse gas concentrations in the atmosphere reached yet another high in 2018:
http://www.yahoo.com/news/1-greenhouse-gases-accelerate-peak-125325195.html
http://www.cnbc.com/2019/11/25/greenhouse-gases-hit-another-record-high-in-2018-un-agency-says.html
http://desdemonadespair.net/2019/11/greenhouse-gas-concentrations-in-atmosphere-reached-yet-another-high-in-2018.html
http://www.cbc.ca/news/technology/greenhouse-gases-1.5371968

2019-11-25 - Humanity must cut carbon emissions by 7.6 percent per year for the next 10 years to meet Paris Climate Agreement goals:
http://newclimate.org/2019/11/26/emissions-gap-report-2019/
http://www.newscientist.com/article/2224539-un-report-reveals-how-hard-it-will-be-to-meet-climate-change-targets/
http://www.unenvironment.org/news-and-stories/press-release/cut-global-emissions-76-percent-every-year-next-decade-meet-15degc
http://desdemonadespair.net/2019/11/world-must-cut-carbon-emissions-by-7-6-percent-every-year-for-next-decade-to-meet-1-5c-paris-target-it-is-very-disturbing-that-in-spite-of-the-many-warnings-global-emissions.html
http://arctic-news.blogspot.com/2019/11/the-breach-of-the-paris-agreement.html
http://www.unenvironment.org/resources/emissions-gap-report-2019

Quote: "The United Nations has warned world leaders must cut greenhouse gas emissions by a staggering 7.6 per cent every year for the next decade to meet the most ambitious goal of the Paris climate deal, or suffer the impacts of greater global warming."

Note: That's certainly not going to happen. In fact, emissions are increasing at a rate that is itself increasing. Ergo, the horrifying storms, fires, floods, droughts, crop failures, biosphere die-offs, etc that we're already experiencing will continue to get worse and they too will get worse at a rate that itself increases...

2019-11-25 - Mysterious explosion and flash of light alarms people in Peru (Illinois):
http://www.mywebtimes.com/2019/11/25/mystery-or-simple-what-made-the-kaboom-in-peru/a9363xy/
http://www.sott.net/article/424683-Flash-of-light-window-shaking-boom-heard-in-Peru-Illinois

2019-11-25 - Underground electrical fire shoots flames from manhole at Forbes Avenue and Grant Street in Pittsburgh (Pennsylvania):
http://www.wtae.com/article/manhole-fire-in-downtown-pittsburgh/29962741
http://pittsburgh.cbslocal.com/2019/11/25/downtown-pittsburgh-manhole-fire/
http://kdkaradio.radio.com/galleries/crews-fighting-underground-fire-downtown
http://cwpittsburgh.cbslocal.com/video/4221581-crews-battle-flames-shooting-from-manhole-cover-downtown-pittsburgh/
http://twitter.com/PghPublicSafety/status/1199086711038496768

2019-11-25 - Wildfire breaks out and causes evacuations in Los Padres National Forest (California):
http://www.latimes.com/california/story/2019-11-25/fire-los-padres-national-forest-santa-barbara
http://ktla.com/2019/11/25/crews-battle-cave-fire-in-los-padres-national-forest-north-of-santa-barbara/
http://www.nbclosangeles.com/news/local/santa-barbara-county-fire-evacuations-goleta-565456011.html
http://bakersfieldnow.com/news/local/crews-battle-wind-whipped-brush-fire-in-santa-barbara-county
http://twitter.com/EliasonMike/status/1199138360280809472
http://twitter.com/EliasonMike/status/1199151628969840646

2019-11-25 - Infant has 'medical issue' and topples into swimming pool at motel then dies in coastal Myrtle Beach (South Carolina):
http://www.counton2.com/news/national-news/child-taken-to-hospital-after-falling-into-motel-pool-in-myrtle-beach/
http://www.wrbl.com/news/child-taken-to-hospital-after-falling-into-motel-pool-in-myrtle-beach/
http://wpde.com/news/local/myrtle-beach-police-investigate-situation-at-motel

Quote: "A child was taken to the hospital Monday evening after falling into a motel pool, according to fire officials."

Quote: "Corporal Tom Vest with the Myrtle Beach Police Department says the initial report was a possible drowning but at this time, the investigation points to a medical issue and not a drowning."

2019-11-25 - More than 13,000 Mulchatna caribou, half the population, disappear in just 3 years in Alaska:
http://www.wral.com/alaska-caribou-decrease-has-officials-searching-for-answers/18791956/
http://www.timesunion.com/news/article/Alaska-caribou-decrease-has-officials-searching-14859923.php
http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2019/nov/25/alaska-caribou-decrease-has-officials-searching-fo/

Quote: "Southwest Alaska’s Mulchatna caribou herd has decreased to less than half of its former numbers, leaving wildlife officials with suspicions but no clear answers for the reasons behind the decline. There were more than 27,000 Mulchatna Caribou three years ago. Now there are 13,500, KYUK-AM reported."




2019-11-25 - Home destroyed by explosion and fire at 6:15 AM in Mount Vernon (Washington), 2 injured:
http://www.goskagit.com/news/local_news/two-injured-in-mount-vernon-explosion/article_4ac89076-f6bf-5f4e-85b3-271fb77bee74.html
http://www.king5.com/article/news/local/mount-vernon-fire/281-1711f483-536b-4672-9a34-851b527bc838

Note: This is the 175th residential explosion in 2019...

2019-11-25 - Factory rocked by explosion in Wynberg, Sandton (South Africa), 4 injured:
http://ewn.co.za/2019/11/25/4-people-injured-in-wynberg-factory-explosion
http://www.news24.com/SouthAfrica/News/four-injured-in-alleged-explosion-at-factory-in-sandton-20191126

2019-11-25 - Passenger bus bursts into flame on street in Delhi (India):
http://in.news.yahoo.com/bus-catches-fire-northeast-delhis-084924894.html
http://www.business-standard.com/article/pti-stories/bus-catches-fire-in-northeast-delhi-s-khajuri-khas-area-no-injuries-reported-119112500531_1.html

Note: This is the 569th bus to burn in 2019...

2019-11-25 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on Route 22 near Canaan (New York):
http://985thecat.iheart.com/content/2019-11-26-tractor-trailer-destroyed-by-fire/
http://www.columbiapage.com/tractor-trailer-fire-route-22-canaan-112519.html

2019-11-25 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame at 1:30 AM on I-20 in Jackson (Mississippi):
http://www.wlbt.com/2019/11/25/wheeler-fire-blocks-exit-ramp-i-gallatin-hours-overnight/
http://www.wapt.com/article/new-from-overnight-fire-sparks-on-18-wheeler/29946661
http://snewsi.com/id/194100634382/18-wheeler-catches-on-fire-in-Jackson
http://www.wjtv.com/news/18-wheeler-catches-on-fire-in-jackson/
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=omEkNVKFn1A

2019-11-25 - Tractor bursts into flame near Highway 45 in Thomasboro (Illinois):
http://www.wcia.com/news/tractor-catches-fire/
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P_nnBAxsvI0

2019-11-25 - Tractor (combine) bursts into flame on 370th Street in Estherville (Iowa):
http://kicdam.com/news/170071-estherville-firefighters-battle-farm-equipment-fire/
http://kilrradio.com/kirl-news/476602

Quote: "Fire Chief Dick Beaver tells KICD News crews arrived at the scene on 370th Street just after four o’clock Monday where they found a combine fully involved in flames."

2019-11-25 - Tractor (excavator) bursts into flame on Allentown Road near Richburg (New York):
http://solomonswords.blogspot.com/2019/11/richburg-fire-dept-to-excavator-fire.html

2019-11-25 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on the Trans-Canada Highway near Walsh (Canada):
http://chatnewstoday.ca/2019/11/25/semi-on-fire-near-walsh/
http://chatnewstoday.ca/2019/11/26/driver-uninjured-in-mondays-semi-fire/

Note: These are the 2034th, 2035th, 2036th, 2037th, 2038th and 2039th tractors/tankers/semis to burn/explode in 2019...

2019-11-25 - Dump truck bursts into flame at gas station near Daleville (Pennsylvania):
http://wnep.com/2019/11/25/dump-truck-catches-fire-at-gas-pump/
http://www.msn.com/en-us/sports/other/dump-truck-catches-fire-at-gas-pump/vp-BBXkiHJ

2019-11-25 - Box truck bursts into flame on street in Elizabeth (New Jersey):
http://www.rlsmedia.com/article/elizabeth-firefighters-extinguish-box-truck-fire

2019-11-25 - Pickup truck bursts into flame while parked at business on Raford Lake Road in Henry (Tennessee):
http://www.wenkwtpr.com/2019/11/25/truck-heavily-damaged-in-fire/

2019-11-25 - Pickup truck bursts into flame, fire spreads to brush, on the 14 Freeway near Acton (California):
http://www.hometownstation.com/santa-clarita-news/scv-emergency/santa-clarita-fire/vehicle-fire-spreads-to-brush-near-14-freeway-near-acton-302829

Quote: "The truck, said to be an F-250, was fully involved in flames by the time Fire Department officials arrived on scene, according to Pittman. The fire spread to brush, but was deemed only a small spot at about 50-by-50 foot fire, and two engines would be able to handle it, according to officials."

2019-11-25 - Pickup truck bursts into flame while parked at apartment building on Drake Crescent in coastal Prince Rupert (Canada), another fire too:
http://www.thenorthernview.com/news/pair-of-fires-ignite-in-prince-rupert-on-monday-morning/

2019-11-25 - Car bursts into flame just before 5 AM while parked at home, fire spreads to home, west of Pigeon Creek in Vanderburgh County (Indiana):
http://www.tristatehomepage.com/news/local-news/crews-respond-to-fire-on-north-side-of-evansville/

Quote: "A vehicle sparked a home fire early Monday morning in Vanderburgh County. It happened just before 5AM on Pleasant Ridge Drive. This is just west of Pigeon Creek between North Green River Rd. and Oak Hill."

2019-11-25 - Car bursts into flame on Route 202 In Paoli (Pennsylvania):
http://patch.com/pennsylvania/te/car-fire-breaks-out-route-202-paoli-monday

2019-11-25 - Vehicle bursts into flame on Highway 401 in Mississauga (Canada):
http://www.insauga.com/vehicle-fire-on-401-in-mississauga

2019-11-25 - Vehicle bursts into flame in layby along the A12 near Colchester (Britain):
http://www.essex-fire.gov.uk/incidents/i8026/

2019-11-25 - Vehicle bursts into flame on Cromwell Terrace near Scarborough (Britain):
http://www.northyorksfire.gov.uk/news-events/breaking-news/north_yorkshire_fire_and_rescue_service_251119pm

Quote: "Time: 15:57 Location: Cromwell Terrace A crew from Scarborough attended a report of a vehicle fire, the fire was confined to the passenger area and crews used 1 hose reel jet to extinguish the fire which was believed to be due to an electrical fault."

2019-11-25 - Barn destroyed by fire on Morris Frady Road in Mt. Airy (Georgia), 15,000 chickens killed:
http://nowhabersham.com/15k-birds-killed-in-commercial-chicken-house-fire-in-mt-airy/

2019-11-25 - Law office destroyed by fire shortly after 4 AM on Duke of Gloucester Street in coastal Annapolis (Maryland):
http://www.wbaltv.com/article/fire-at-law-office-in-annapolis/29943640
http://baltimore.cbslocal.com/2019/11/25/annapolis-fire-law-office-duke-of-gloucester/
http://www.wusa9.com/article/news/local/maryland/fire-crews-battle-2-alarm-building-fire-in-annapolis/65-8f01d6e5-7b95-4126-8c64-f79b6bf04387

2019-11-25 - Protein plant heavily damaged by fire at 3:50 AM in Emporia (Virginia):
http://www.13newsnow.com/article/news/local/crews-battle-heavy-blaze-at-valley-protein-plant-in-southampton-county/291-822d36ef-18c9-41fd-bfe7-474c566bdd09
http://wtkr.com/2019/11/25/firefighters-respond-to-business-fire-in-southampton-co/

2019-11-25 - Workshop destroyed by fire on Sandstone Gulch Road near Florence (Montana):
http://www.kpax.com/news/ravalli-county/crews-battle-florence-area-structure-fire

2019-11-25 - Church heavily damaged by fire near the Russian River in Forestville (California):
http://sanfrancisco.cbslocal.com/2019/11/25/fire-heavily-damages-historic-150-year-old-sonoma-county-church/
http://www.pressdemocrat.com/news/10372250-181/fire-damages-forestville-church

2019-11-25 - Home heavily damaged by fire on Cass Street in coastal Portsmouth (New Hampshire):
http://www.seacoastonline.com/news/20191125/fire-strikes-1800s-portsmouth-home

2019-11-25 - Home heavily damaged by fire at 2:30 AM on Anthony Lane in Twinsburg (Ohio):
http://www.mytownneo.com/news/20191125/residents-escape-from-twinsburg-house-fire
http://www.beaconjournal.com/news/20191125/twinsburg-firefighters-call-in-help-to-battle-remote-house-fire

2019-11-25 - Home heavily damaged by fire near Hahira (Georgia), 2 injured:
http://www.valdostadailytimes.com/news/local_news/lowndes-hahira-respond-to-house-fire/article_c393d768-d60f-59fe-83c8-cc68a63b55a1.html

2019-11-25 - Home heavily damaged by garage fire on Shagbark Trail in Floyd County (Indiana), nobody there:
http://www.wlky.com/article/multiple-counties-battling-fire-at-southern-indiana-home/29957707
http://www.wave3.com/2019/11/25/home-catches-fire-floyd-county/

2019-11-25 - Home heavily damaged by fire on 1 AM on Willie Mays Parkway near Orlando (Florida), nobody there:
http://www.clickorlando.com/news/local/2019/11/25/fire-breaks-out-at-orange-county-home/

2019-11-25 - Home destroyed by fire on Taryn Drive in coastal Dresden (Maine), nobody there:
http://www.centralmaine.com/2019/11/25/fire-guts-dresden-home/

2019-11-25 - Home destroyed by fire at 11:30 PM on Raccoon Circle near Lake Ariel in Salem Township (Pennsylvania):
http://wnep.com/2019/11/26/two-dogs-missing-after-fire-guts-wayne-county-home/

2019-11-25 - Deadly fire burns home shortly after 6 AM in Edwardsville (Illinois), 1 killed:
http://fox2now.com/2019/11/25/man-and-3-dogs-killed-in-edwardsville-house-fire/
http://www.kmov.com/news/dead-after-early-morning-fire-in-edwardsville/article_5d427df8-0f80-11ea-ba05-9783c0ebdecf.html
http://www.ksdk.com/article/news/local/person-3-dogs-killed-fire-edwardsville-illinois/63-a5058881-e257-4bf4-86f5-f5f1ddcd950c

2019-11-25 - Vacant building burns on 10th Avenue East in coastal Seattle (Washington):
http://q13fox.com/2019/11/26/flames-erupt-from-vacant-house-in-seattles-capitol-hill-area/

2019-11-25 - Vacant home burns on Pearl Street in Paterson (New Jersey):
http://www.northjersey.com/story/news/passaic/paterson/2019/11/25/firefighters-battle-paterson-nj-fire-pearl-street/4298498002/

2019-11-25 - Vacant home burns on Elliott Street in Syracuse (New York):
http://cnycentral.com/news/local/firefighters-battle-fire-at-vacant-house-on-elliott-street




2019-11-25 - Two students, 20 and 15, found dead in reservoir at Kodivery Dam (India):
http://in.news.yahoo.com/college-goer-school-student-drown-091948519.html
http://www.devdiscourse.com/article/arts/757384-college-goer-school-student-drown-in-dam




2019-11-25 - Boy, 11, dies after being pulled from swimming pool at hotel in Cleveland (Ohio):
http://www.cleveland19.com/2019/11/25/year-old-boy-drowns-cleveland-hotel/

2019-11-25 - Man found dead in the water off coastal Mission Beach (California):
http://fox5sandiego.com/2019/11/25/body-found-floating-in-water-near-mission-beach/
http://www.10news.com/news/local-news/body-found-floating-in-the-ocean-by-good-samaritan

2019-11-25 - Woman, 49, found dead at home on Pennsylvania Street in Southfield (Michigan):
http://www.clickondetroit.com/news/2019/11/25/police-no-foul-play-suspected-after-woman-found-dead-in-southfield-home/
http://www.clickondetroit.com/news/2019/11/25/southfield-womans-death-under-investigation/
http://www.fox2detroit.com/news/southfield-woman-found-dead-inside-home-police-investigate

2019-11-25 - Man found dead in Cobbs Creek near train tracks in Colwyn (Pennsylvania):
http://6abc.com/colwyn-police-working-to-identify-body-found-in-creek--/5718652/
http://philadelphia.cbslocal.com/2019/11/25/police-body-found-in-creek-by-amtrak-train-tracks-in-delaware-county/

2019-11-25 - Man found dead in canal in Hialeah (Florida):
http://www.local10.com/news/2019/11/25/body-found-floating-in-hialeah-canal/

2019-11-25 - Man, 55, goes hunting or fishing, next seen dead near Cando (North Dakota):
http://www.grandforksherald.com/news/4786913-UPDATE-Body-of-missing-Park-River-man-found

2019-11-25 - Man, 20, found dead in the St. Lawrence River near Stormont (Canada):
http://globalnews.ca/news/6213743/opp-investigating-after-ottawa-mans-body-found-in-st-lawrence-river/

2019-11-25 - Person drops dead in apartment on Beach Parade in coastal Maroochydore (Australia):
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-7725307/Strong-smell-coming-Maroochydore-unit-Sunshine-Coast-alerts-neighbours-dead-body.html

2019-11-25 - Man, 25, has 'medical episode', falls and hits his head, runs off into the bush and dies in creek, in coastal Provincetown (Australia):
http://nypost.com/2019/11/26/uk-backpacker-aslan-kings-body-found-in-australian-creek-three-days-after-he-vanished/
http://www.straitstimes.com/asia/australianz/search-resumes-for-british-backpacker-missing-in-australia
http://www.nst.com.my/world/world/2019/11/542110/search-resumes-british-backpacker-missing-australia
http://www.ibtimes.com/body-found-australia-search-british-backpacker-2873606
http://m.cnn.com/en/article/h_ddf51df9b6bc825c9e03c54f9e8ba8e8
http://www.bbc.com/news/world-australia-50553857

Quote: "Mr King was last seen at a camping ground in Princetown, on the popular and picturesque Great Ocean Road, at about 2am on Saturday. He had been camping with friends near the Twelve Apostles about three hours from Melbourne when he had a 'medical episode' and hit his head, before suddenly running into bushland."

2019-11-25 - Man, 72, dies after diving in the Cayman Islands:
http://caymannewsservice.com/2019/11/elderly-visitor-dies-after-dive-trip/

Quote: "A 72-year-old man who was visiting the Cayman Islands from Mississippi died Monday afternoon following a dive in the waters around the George Town Harbour."

2019-11-25 - Woman has 'medical episode' and drops dead in carpark in coastal Bournemouth (Britain):
http://www.bournemouthecho.co.uk/news/18059174.police-paramedics-richmond-gardens-car-park-bournemouth/

Quote: "A woman died at a Bournemouth town centre car park on Monday afternoon after a 'suspected medical episode'."

2019-11-25 - Man found dead in beach in coastal Aberystwyth (Britain):
http://www.dailypost.co.uk/news/north-wales-news/police-probe-launched-after-mans-17320207




2019-11-25 - Driver has 'medical episode', van overturns, on the M6 near Knutsford (Britain):
http://www.manchestereveningnews.co.uk/news/greater-manchester-news/live-m6-van-flipped-over-17312459
http://www.cheshire-live.co.uk/news/chester-cheshire-news/recap-overturned-van-m6-traffic-17311878

Quote: "A van flipped over on the M6 after a driver suffered a medical episode. There are two lanes shut southbound between junction 19, for Knutsford, and junction 18, for Holmes Chapel."

2019-11-25 - Man has 'medical episode', SUV crashes into home, in Union City (Ohio):
http://www.dailyadvocate.com/news/81505/driver-hits-house-in-union-city

Quote: "According to Union City, Ohio Police and Fire Chief Mark Ater, a preliminary investigation into the incident revealed a blue Mercedes ML 320 was traveling northwest on Northwest Deerfield Street when the driver of the vehicle experienced a minor medical episode causing the driver to lose control of the vehicle and veer off the left side of the roadway."

2019-11-25 - Man, 60, has 'medical emergency', pickup truck crashes off road, near coastal Lantana (Florida), 1 killed:
http://www.palmbeachpost.com/news/20191125/pbso-man-likely-had-medical-emergency-before-fatal-lantana-area-crash
http://www.wptv.com/news/region-c-palm-beach-county/driver-dies-in-single-vehicle-crash-in-suburban-lake-worth
http://omny.fm/shows/palm-beach-news-briefs-the-palm-beach-post/man-likely-had-medical-emergency-before-fatal-lant

Quote: "A 60-year-old Acreage man likely experienced a medical emergency moments before a fatal single-vehicle crash west of Lantana on Monday morning, the Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office said."

2019-11-25 - Small plane crashes into the ocean near coastal Llandudno (Britain):
http://www.liverpoolecho.co.uk/news/uk-world-news/plane-crash-anglesey-breaking-live-17314211
http://www.standard.co.uk/news/uk/search-operation-launched-after-plane-crash-off-coast-of-wales-a4296141.html
http://www.standard.co.uk/news/uk/anglesey-plane-crash-search-for-missing-pilot-to-continue-after-aircraft-disappears-off-welsh-coast-a4296411.html
http://www.breakingnews.ie/ireland/search-operation-launched-after-reports-of-plane-crash-in-irish-sea-966470.html
http://www.dailypost.co.uk/news/north-wales-news/anglesey-plane-crash-missing-aircraft-17314050

2019-11-25 - Passenger bus veers off road and overturns near Katraj (India), 2 killed, 26 injured:
http://www.hindustantimes.com/cities/shivshahi-bus-with-40-passengers-topples-off-the-road-near-katraj-9-injured/story-b98B8x89IPNL5O2ejOC6WP.html

2019-11-25 - Utility truck crashes, bursts into flame, on US 1 in coastal Cocoa (Florida), 3 injured:
http://spacecoastdaily.com/2019/11/cocoa-fire-units-extinguish-truck-fire-on-u-s-1-three-people-suffer-minor-injuries/
http://www.floridatoday.com/story/news/2019/11/25/utility-truck-burns-fiery-cocoa-crash-u-s-1-and-state-road-520/4300418002/
http://mimsflorida.com/cocoa-fire-units-extinguish-truck-fire-on-u-s-1-three-people-suffer-minor-injuries/

2019-11-25 - SUV crashes into two more SUVs in Deerfield (Massachusetts), 3 injured:
http://www.wwlp.com/news/local-news/franklin-county/several-people-taken-to-hospital-after-three-suvs-crashed-in-deerfield/

Quote: "Witnesses told police the driver of the Mercury was traveling northbound on Greenfield Road and may have had a medical issue. This caused the driver to crash into the Nissan and then into the Volvo."

2019-11-25 - SUV veers off road, crashes into apartment building, in Murfreesboro (Tennessee), 1 injured:
http://www.weny.com/story/41369212/driver-hospitalized-after-crashing-suv-into-murfreesboro-apartment
http://www.news8000.com/news/national-news/driver-hospitalized-after-crashing-suv-into-apartment/1145450248
http://www.wkrn.com/news/driver-hospitalized-after-crashing-into-murfreesboro-apartment/
http://www.wgnsradio.com/suv-slams-into-apartment-8-45am-monday-cms-54688

Quote: "Public Information Officer Larry Flowers said that the preliminary investigation indicated that the 36-year old male may have suffered a medical episode prior to the crash."

2019-11-25 - Pickup truck veers off road, crashes into home, in coastal Eureka (California):
http://www.times-standard.com/2019/11/25/photos-none-hurt-after-truck-drives-into-office-space-of-eureka-home/

2019-11-25 - Car slams into box truck in Lincoln (Nebraska), 1 killed:
http://www.klkntv.com/story/41370310/multiple-injuries-reported-in-crash-at-nw-40th-and-hwy-34

Quote: "LSO said it's possible the driver of the BMW had a medical episode, but the crash is still under investigation."

2019-11-25 - Car overturns at 5:42 AM in coastal Boca Raton (Florida), 1 killed:
http://www.wptv.com/news/region-s-palm-beach-county/vehicle-crashes-lands-on-its-roof-in-western-boca-raton
http://cw34.com/news/local/rollover-crash-shuts-down-powerline-rd-in-western-boca-raton




2019-11-25 - Pack of dogs attacks and injures man in Delhi (India):
http://www.thehindu.com/news/cities/Delhi/man-attacked-by-pack-of-dogs-in-south-delhi-residents-hold-protest/article30080929.ece
http://www.sott.net/article/424702-Video-of-man-attacked-by-pack-of-dogs-in-Delhi-India




2019-11-25 - Sinkhole opens on street and swallows car in Kuala Lumpur (Malaysia):
http://www.straitstimes.com/asia/se-asia/sinkhole-swallows-car-in-kuala-lumpur
http://www.businessinsider.sg/photos-a-woman-and-her-perodua-myvi-were-swallowed-by-a-sinkhole-in-the-heart-of-kuala-lumpur-on-sunday/
http://malaysia.news.yahoo.com/massive-sinkhole-swallows-car-heart-050419665.html
http://twitter.com/HafizShukaime/status/1198626865067388928

2019-11-25 - Sinkhole opens on street in Stowe (Vermont):
http://www.wcax.com/content/news/Sinkhole-closes-Stowe-intersection-565415731.html

2019-11-25 - Sinkhole shuts down trains near Leuchars (Scotland):
http://www.bbc.com/news/uk-scotland-tayside-central-50556236
http://stv.tv/news/north/1442664-trains-suspended-after-sinkhole-opens-beneath-tracks/
http://www.thecourier.co.uk/fp/news/local/fife/1027976/all-trains-cancelled-between-dundee-and-edinburgh-due-to-3ft-deep-sinkhole-on-line/




2019-11-25 - Building partially collapses in Cincinnati (Ohio), 3 injured:
http://www.kxlh.com/news/national/at-least-2-hurt-in-partial-building-collapse-in-cincinnati
http://www.fox19.com/2019/11/25/photos-partial-building-collapse-downtown-cincinnati/
http://www.kctv5.com/injured-in-cincinnati-after-partial-building-collapse/article_af5655e3-5d3a-5d27-87fd-5a8803896dd0.html




2019-11-25 - Man has 'medical issue' and collapses at construction site in Greeley (Colorado):
http://www.greeleytribune.com/news/police-investigate-man-collapsed-at-maddie-apartments-construction-site/

Quote: "Police determined the man experienced a medical issue and will not further investigate the incident."

2019-11-25 - Volcano Taal shaken by 150 earthquakes in the Philippine Islands:
http://www.thebigwobble.org/2019/11/volcano-watch-more-than-150-volcanic.html

2019-11-25 - Powerful storms wreak destruction in France, Greece and Italy:
http://www.theguardian.com/world/2019/nov/25/storms-france-greece-italy-destruction-floods
http://www.rte.ie/news/world/2019/1125/1095122-storm-in-greece-kills-three/
http://www.sott.net/article/424719-Storms-in-France-Greece-and-Italy-leave-biblical-destruction
http://www.sott.net/article/424657-Three-die-as-storm-front-batters-Greece

2019-11-25 - Heavy rain and flooding hit Djibouti City (Djibouti), 9+ killed:
http://floodlist.com/africa/djibouti-floods-november-2019
http://www.sott.net/article/424606-9-killed-by-floods-in-Djibouti-City-after-almost-a-years-worth-of-rain-fell-in-2-days

2019-11-25 - Where did the missing trillions go?
http://www.sott.net/article/424693-Where-did-the-missing-trillions-go-Catherine-Austin-Fitts
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J1tiGArOpZI


          

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Houston (EE.UU.), 1 dic (EFE).- Resultados parciales de la décimo tercera semana de la temporada número 100 y clasificaciones de la Liga Nacional de Fútbol (NFL).

Décimo tercera semana

Jueves, 28 de noviembre

Detroit Lions 20 Chicago Bears 24

Dallas Cowboys 15 Buffalo Bills 26

Atlanta Falcons 18 New Orleans Saints 26

Domingo, 1 de diciembre

Cincinnati Bengals 22 New York Jets 6

Indianapolis Colts 17 Tennessee Titans 31

Kansas City Chiefs 40 Oakland Raiders 9

Miami Dolphins 37 Philadelphia Eagles 31

New York Giants 13 Green Bay Packers 31

Carolina Panthers 21 Washington Redskins 29

Jacksonville Jaguars 11 Tampa Bay Buccaneers 28

Baltimore Ravens 20 San Francisco 49ers 17

Arizona Cardinals 7 Los Angeles Rams 34

Denver Broncos 23 Los Angeles Chargers 20

Pittsburgh Steelers 20 Cleveland Browns 13

Houston Texans 28 New England Patriots 22

Lunes, 2 de diciembre

Seattle Seahawks -- Minnesota Vikings 7:15

Décimo cuarta semana

Jueves, 5 de diciembre

Chicago Bears -- Dallas Cowboys 7:20

Domingo, 8 de diciembre

Atlanta Falcons -- Carolina Panthers 12:00

Buffalo Bills -- Baltimore Ravens 12:00

Cleveland Browns -- Cincinnati Bengals 12:00

Green Bay Packers -- Washington Redskins 12:00

Minnesota Vikings -- Detroit Lions 12:00

New Orleans Saints -- San Francisco 49ers 12:00

New York Jets -- Miami Dolphins 12:00

Tampa Bay Buccaneers -- Indianapolis Colts 12:00

Houston Texans -- Denver Broncos 12:00

Jacksonville Jaguars -- Los Angeles Chargers 3:05

Oakland Raiders -- Tennessee Titans 3:25

New England Patriots -- Kansas City Chiefs 3:25

Arizona Cardinals -- Pittsburgh Steelers 3:25

Los Angeles Rams -- Seattle Seahawks 7:20

Lunes, 9 de diciembre

Philadelphia Eagles -- New York Giants 7:15

El inicio de los partidos es hora del Este y los equipos de la izquierda juegan como locales.

- Conferencia Americana (AFC)

División Este

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Equipo PG PP PE PF PC Pct.

------ -- -- -- -- -- ----

New England Patriots 10 2 0 322 145 .833

Buffallo Bills 9 3 0 257 188 .750

New York Jets 4 8 0 204 280 .333

Miami Dolphins 3 9 0 200 377 .250

División Norte

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Equipo PG PP PE PF PC Pct.

------ -- -- -- -- -- ----

Baltimore Ravens 10 2 0 341 196 .833

Pittsburgh Steelers 7 5 0 216 212 .583

Cleveland Browns 5 7 0 233 252 .417

Cincinnati Bengals 1 11 0 157 292 .083

División Sur

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Equipo PG PP PE PF PC Pct.

------ -- -- -- -- -- ----

Houston Texans 8 4 0 293 271 .667

Tennessee Titans 7 5 0 276 234 .583

Indianapolis Colts 6 6 0 261 257 .500

Jacksonville Jaguars 4 8 0 220 292 .333

División Oeste

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Equipo PG PP PE PF PC Pct.

------ -- -- -- -- -- ----

Kansas City Chiefs 8 4 0 348 265 .667

Oakland Raiders 6 6 0 237 324 .500

Denver Broncos 4 8 0 198 237 .333

Los Ángeles Chargers 4 8 0 244 241 .333

- Conferencia Nacional (NFC)

División Este

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Equipo PG PP PE PF PC Pct.

------ -- -- -- -- -- ----

Dallas Cowboys 6 6 0 310 236 .500

Philadelphia Eagles 5 7 0 274 284 .417

Washington Redskins 3 9 0 173 290 .250

New York Giants 2 10 0 230 339 .167

División Norte

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Equipo PG PP PE PF PC Pct.

------ -- -- -- -- -- ----

Green Bay Packers 9 3 0 289 255 .750

Minnesota Vikings 8 3 0 289 205 .727

Chicago Bears 6 6 0 212 208 .500

Detroit Lions 3 8 1 280 315 .292

División Sur

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Equipo PG PP PE PF PC Pct.

------ -- -- -- -- -- ----

y-New Orleans Saints 10 2 0 298 248 .833

Tampa Bay Buccaneers 5 7 0 340 346 .417

Carolina Panthers 5 7 0 280 320 .417

Atlanta Falcons 3 9 0 260 323 .250

División Oeste

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Equipo PG PP PE PF PC Pct.

------ -- -- -- -- -- ----

San Francisco 49ers 10 2 0 349 183 .833

Seattle Seahawks 9 2 0 292 263 .818

Los Ángeles Rams 7 5 0 283 250 .583

Arizona Cardinals 3 8 1 255 351 .292

x-Equipos que ganan boleto a las finales.

y-Equipos que ganan título de División.EFE


          

Dalton regresa ante Jets para dar a Bengals su 1er triunfo

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CINCINNATI (AP) — Andy Dalton regresó de un exilio de tres semanas y dio la primera victoria al coach que lo había enviado a la banca, lanzando un pase de touchdown por Cincinnati en una victoria el domingo de 22-6 sobre los Jets de Nueva York, triunfo que puso fin a la peor racha en la historia de los Bengals.

Los Bengals (1-11) habían perdido 13 compromisos consecutivos en un bache que dio inicio al final de la temporada pasada, y el recién llegado Zac Taylor debió esperar hasta diciembre para apuntarse su primera victoria como entrenador en jefe. Taylos había enviado a la banca a Dalton tras la octava derrota, optando por ver si Ryan Finley se ajustaba a los planes del equipo a largo plazo.

Con el novato en apuros y la temporada enfilándose para un vergonzoso récord de 0-16, Taylor dio marcha atrás y volvió a apoyarse en Dalton, quien marcó la diferencia ante la menor cantidad de aficionados en la historia del estadio Paul Brown. Carlos Dunlap y Sam Hubbard bañaron a Taylor con agua helada en los segundos finales.

Dalton dejó atrás su amargura inicial por haber sido enviado a la banca y guio al único equipo de la NFL sin un triunfo en la campaña para sumar el primero frente a 39.804 aficionados. De paso, Dalton impuso un par de marcas por aire de la franquicia.

Los Jets (4-8) vieron el fin de su racha de tres victorias en fila, al no poder extender su ímpetu ofensivo detrás de Sam Darnold.

Dalton terminó acertando 22 de 37 pases para 243 yardas sin intercepciones y una captura.


          

22-6. Dalton conduce la primera victoria de los Bengals

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Cincinnati (EE.UU.), 1 dic (EFE).- El mariscal de campo Andy Dalton regresó de una ausencia de tres semanas y lanzó un pase de touchdown en la victoria de los Bengals de Cincinnati por 22-6 este domingo sobre los Jets de Nueva York.

Dalton condujo el triunfo del único equipo sin victorias de la NFL frente a 39.804 aficionados.

La victoria terminó con la racha perdedora más larga en la historia de los Bengals, que pusieron su registro en 1-11, luego de haber perdido 13 partidos consecutivos desde el final de la temporada pasada.

Dalton completó 22 de 37 pases para 243 yardas con un pase de anotación.

Por los Jets el mariscal de campo Sam Darnold logró 28 de 48 pases para 239 yardas.

Los Jets (4-8), que rompieron su racha ganadora de tres juegos, tuvieron una marca de la NFL, convirtiéndose en el primer equipo en perder ante dos equipos que tuvieron 0-7 o peor en la misma temporada.

Nueva York perdió ante Miami, que estaba 0-7 en ese momento, el 3 de noviembre. EFE


          

Department Head, Aerospace Engineering and Engineering Mechanics | University of Cincinnati

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Cincinnati, Ohio, REQUIREMENTS The applicant is expected to hold a Ph.D. in Engineering, Science, Mathematics, or a closely related discipline, or an advanced professional degree with a minimum of 15 years of disting
          

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PARA GUARDAR: Actualización de los primeros cubanos líderes a la ofensiva en UNA TEMPORADA en las grandes ligas, hasta el 2019.

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8:39:44 PM         Juegos Jugados (JJ)   Leo Cárdenas, Cincinnati Reds (Liga Nacional, 1964) – 163 Rafael Palmeiro, Baltimore Orioles (Liga Americana, 1996) – 162 Rafael Palmeiro, Baltimore Orioles (Liga Americana, 1998) – 162 Jorge Soler, Kansas City Royals (Liga Americana, 2019) – 162 Tony Oliva, Minnesota Twins (Liga Americana, 1964) – …

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Associate Veterinarian (Mentor Program for New Grads) | Noah's Ark Animal Clinics

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Cincinnati, Ohio, If you are passionate about serving the community with comprehensive care and growing as a Veterinarian we'd love to have you on our team. Noah's Ark Animal Clinics is a growing, fast paced, primar
          

How to Discover Assets Your Spouse Is Hiding During Your Divorce…

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How to Discover Assets Your Spouse Is Hiding During Your Divorce…

Once the divorce process starts, many individuals will do whatever they can to hold on to what they feel is their own money when marital property is divided. Some people even have secret accounts and other financial activities during the entire length of the marriage. Exposing these hidden assets is the only way to make sure you get a fair divorce settlement.

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5 Reasons Why Estate Planning Makes Sense for Almost Everyone….

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5 Reasons Why Estate Planning Makes Sense for Almost Everyone….

If you have garnered some assets during your lifetime then you most definitely need estate planning. For those of you that hear about estate planning and push it off because you think that is for people more wealthy then you… think again! The following are 5 reasons why almost everyone should do some estate planning…

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The most common reason for estate planning it to avoid probate.

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These Two Sports Use Data To Create Augmented Reality Apps For Fans

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Since the introduction of the NFL’s virtual reality yellow first down line in 1998 at the Baltimore Ravens and the Cincinnati Bengals game, sports has become a hotbed of technical innovation in an attempt to bring fans closer to their teams.
          

Vice President of Construction (C-6489) | Poline Associates

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Cincinnati, Ohio, Vice President– Construction Services The Vice President of Construction Services will have full responsibility for the construction functions for the Company, including design supervision and coor
          

Meet Carmen, the new K-9 at Edgewood City #Schools

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Meet Carmen, the new K-9 at Edgewood City Schools There's a new sheriff in town. Well, a sheriff's office K-9 that is. Check out this story on cincinnati.com: ...
          

Why was Cavalry Used in Warfare? | Animated History

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The Armchair Historian Published 11 Jan 2018 Why was Cavalry used in warfare? Our Website: https://www.thearmchairhistorian.com/ Our Twitter: @ArmchairHist Sources: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Horses_… http://www.napolun.com/mirror/napoleo… http://napoleonistyka.atspace.com/cav… https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cavalry… https://ehistory.osu.edu/exhibitions/… http://www.cincinnaticwrt.org/data/cc… http://www.napolun.com/mirror/web2.ai… Music: Music: Antonio Salieri: “Twenty six variations on La Folia de Spagna“ From the comments: The Armchair Historian 1 year ago So two things…. 1. A lot of […]
          

Penn State Moves Up to No. 11 in Coaches Poll, Stays at No. 12 in AP Poll

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After a sleep-inducing win over Rutgers, Penn State's place in the AP and Coaches Polls remained essentially unchanged. In the Coaches Poll, the Lions moved up one spot from No. 12 to No. 11 and remained still at No. 12 in the AP Poll.

Around the rest of the Big Ten, Ohio State stuck at No. 2 in both polls. Wisconsin moved up to No. 10 in both polls, jumping up from No. 14 in the Coaches and No. 13 in the AP. Minnesota dropped to No. 15 in both. Michigan and Iowa appeared back-to-back at Nos. 18 and 19 in the Coaches Poll, and Nos. 17 and 18 in the AP.

AP Poll
Rank Team Record Points Previous
1 LSU 12-0 1,528 1
2 Ohio State 12-0 1,498 2
3 Clemson 12-0 1,437 3
4 Georgia 11-1 1,356 4
5 Utah 11-1 1,275 6
6 Oklahoma 11-1 1,257 7
7 Florida 10-2 1,135 8
8 Baylor 11-1 1,074 11
9 Alabama 10-2 995 5
10 Wisconsin 10-2 971 13
11 Auburn 9-3 957 16
12 PENN STATE 10-2 890 12
13 Oregon 10-2 799 14
14 Notre Dame 10-2 734 15
15 Minnesota 10-2 683 9
16 Memphis 11-1 615 17
17 Michigan 9-3 603 10
18 Iowa 9-3 537 19
19 Boise State 11-1 463 20
20 Appalachian State 11-1 288 22
21 Cincinnati 10-2 237 18
22 Virginia 9-3 231 NR
23 Navy 9-2 216 24
24 USC 8-4 157 25
25 Air Force 10-2 65 NR
Coaches Poll
RANK TEAM RECORD POINTS PREVIOUS
1 LSU (43) 12-0 1,577 1
2 Ohio State (17) 12-0 1,548 2
3 Clemson (4) 12-0 1,482 3
4 Georgia 11-1 1,394 4
5 Utah 11-1 1,326 6
6 Oklahoma 11-1 1,294 7
7 Florida 10-2 1,135 8
8 Baylor 11-1 1,117 10
9 Alabama 10-2 1,068 5
10 Wisconsin 10-2 952 14
11 PENN STATE 10-2 946 12
12 Auburn 9-3 897 16
13 Oregon 10-2 878 13
14 Notre Dame 10-2 776 15
15 Minnesota 10-2 688 9
16 Memphis 11-1 630 18
17 Boise State 11-1 558 19
18 Michigan 9-3 542 11
19 Iowa 9-3 502 20
20 Appalachian State 11-1 331 22
21 Cincinnati 10-2 283 17
22 Virginia 9-3 283 17
23 Navy 9-2 188 24
24 USC 8-4 171 25
25 Air Force 10-2 129 NR

          

Neurologist Physician Job job in Ohio (OH) - #neurology #neurologist #iamaneurologist #aanam

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p strong Cincinnati Ohio Northern Kentucky seeking Neurologist and Neuro-Hospitalist strong p p 10 minutes to Cincinnati Ohio p p nbsp p p One of the country rsquo s most vibrant and exciting cities has an opening for a Neurologist and a Neuro-Hospitalist to join an established group. p p This oppo
          

Family Medicine Physician Job - No OB job in Ohio (OH) - #familymedicine #familypractice #fmrevolution #primarycare #proudtobegim

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Midwest Metro Family Practice Opportunity The Practice ul li BC BE Family Medicine physicians for employment opportunities within our network of over 120 physicians throughout the greater Dayton and northern Cincinnati areas li li Choose a 100 Outpatient practice or a traditional practice li li The
          

Hospitalist Physician Job job in Maysville Kentucky (KY) - #hospitalist #hospitalmedicine #academichospitalist #meded #medtwitter

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TeamHealth is currently seeking Hospital Medicine physicians for an outstanding opportunity to practice at Meadowview Regional Medical Center in Maysville Kentucky. Located an hour from Lexington and Cincinnati Maysville s proximity to the AA Highway and I-64 make it a prime location This opportunit
          

Gastroenterologist Physician Job job in Cincinnati area Ohio (OH) - #Gastroenterologist #Jobs #Physician #GastroJobs #MDJobSite

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We are seeking a Gastroenterologist to join a gastroenterology group in the Cincinnati area. You will be offered a competitive compensation and partnership track. Excellent call schedule. Contact us today for more details on this outstanding practice opportunity.
          

Gastroenterologist Physician Job job in Cincinnati Ohio (OH) - #Gastroenterologist #Jobs #Physician #GastroJobs #MDJobSite

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b Job Description Requirements b br Academic Gastroenterology Physician - in Ohio br StartDate ASAP Pay Rate 320000.00 - 360000.00 br br b Prestigious Ohio University Medical Center Division of Gastroenterology Seeking Faculty in b ul li Luminal Motility Nutrition IBD Transplant Hepatology Director
          

Family Medicine Physician Job - No OB job in Ohio-Cincinnati - #familymedicine #familypractice #fmrevolution #primarycare #proudtobegim

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p National Men rsquo s Health Management company looking for a physician for our Cincinnati Ohio office p p nbsp p p Any specialty will suffice since we train completely. However some experience in Anti-Aging wellness and restorative health will be preferred. nbsp p p nbsp nbsp nbsp nbsp nbsp nbsp
          

Gastroenterologist Physician Job job in Cincinnati Ohio (OH) - #Gastroenterologist #Jobs #Physician #GastroJobs #MDJobSite

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b Job Description Requirements b br Academic Gastroenterology Physician - in Ohio br StartDate ASAP Pay Rate 320000.00 - 360000.00 br br b Prestigious Ohio University Medical Center Division of Gastroenterology Seeking Faculty in b ul li Luminal Motility Nutrition IBD Transplant Hepatology Director
          

Neurologist Physician Job job in Cincinnati Ohio (OH) - #neurology #neurologist #iamaneurologist #aanam

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A new Neurology opportunity is now available in Ohio. This opportunity is a must see in beautiful Cincinnati Ohio. This is a great opportunity to join a large multi-specialty group with a strong reputation in neurosciences as a leader in the community for over 40 years. Utilize your subspecialty or
          

Other: Travel Electrophysiology Tech - $1,982 per week - Daytona Beach, Florida

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NurseFly Travel Nursing with trustaff allied is seeking a travel electrophysiology tech for a travel job in Daytona Beach, Florida:- Specialty: Electrophysiology Tech- Discipline: Allied Health Professional- Start Date: ASAP- Duration: 13 weeks- 36 hours per week- Shift: 12 hours, days.Additional information: trustaff Job ID #462472. Pay package is based on 12 hour shifts and 36.0 hours per week (subject to confirmation) with tax-free stipend amount to be determined. Posted job title: EP Tech 12 HR AM.EP Technician – Travel Contract Electrophysiology Techtrustaff currently has a travel position available for an EP Technician. This assignment is for an immediate start with a reputable facility seeking an experienced EP Technician to fill a 13-week contract. Start Date: Immediate Start8 & 10-Hour Day ShiftsFor over 17 years, trustaff has specialized in matching skilled healthcare professionals like you with high-paying jobs at the best facilities all across the country.As one of the nation's leading travel agencies, not only are trustaff's travelers some of the highest-paid in the industry, you'll enjoy great employee benefits, premier access to hundreds of jobs, and unmatched personal service.Here are just some of the top-tier benefits you'll enjoy while traveling with trustaff:- Great selection of jobs - All 50 states, all specialties and modalities- Weekly pay through direct deposit- Guaranteed hours- Medical/Dental/Vision insurance - Health insurance options start at just $23 a week!- 24/7 service, including personal support from your recruiter, travel advocate, and clinical liaison- 401k with employer match- Assistance with travel and planning- Licensure reimbursement- Exclusive employee discount program- Earn great bonuses & refer your friendsMinimum Requirements:- Minimum (1) year experience as an E- Technician/Electrophysiology TechFor more information, please call trustaff (877) 880-0346 or email your inquiry to getinfo@trustaff.com. Let trustaff find your next adventure. For over a decade, trustaff has been matching skilled healthcare professionals with some of the best facilities across the country. Whether you're interested in taking your skills on the road through travel nursing and allied health or landing your permanent dream job close to home, trustaff is here to lead the way. With outstanding benefits, great pay, and dedicated, personal service, it’s easy to see why healthcare professionals nationwide trust trustaff to accelerate their careers! Where do you want to go next? Imagine taking your skills or experience someplace new – Texas or New York, Alaska or California. Maybe even the Caribbean or South Pacific. We place healthcare professionals of all specialties at top facilities across the nation, securing some of the highest paid positions in the industry. The benefits add up. • Industry-Leading Pay • Nurse and Allied Professional Openings • 4 to 13 Week Assignments Nationwide • Weekly Pay with Direct Deposit • Guaranteed Hours • Clinical Liaison Support Available 24/7 • Non-Profit Housing Department • Full Benefits Package • 401k with Employer Match • Licensure Reimbursement • Earn Great Bonuses • Referral Bonuses up to $1,500! Jobs you want, benefits you deserve, people who care. Traveling is more than just a job; it's an experience. When you're out in an unfamiliar location, away from family and friends, it makes a big difference to have someone on your side who knows the ins and outs of the business. We treat each healthcare professional as an individual. Every job seeker is matched with a dedicated recruiter, who takes the time to listen and learn the details of your needs, long-term goals, and personal preferences. Recruiters use these criteria to seek out positions which specifically meet or exceed your requirements. Once you've accepted a position, we maintain contact, provide support, and develop a personal, longstanding relationship that continues throughout the assignment and years into the future. Our reputation speaks volumes: Distinguished 10 times by  Inc.  Magazine as one of the fastest-growing privately held companies in the country (2007, 2008, 2009, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015. 2016, 2017) Named to the Deloitte Cincinnati USA 100, recognizing record-setting regional companies (2014-2017) Recognized as one of the largest and fastest-growing recruiting and staffing firms in the Tri-State by the Cincinnati  Business Courier  (2007-2017) Accredited by The Joint Commission with the Gold Seal of Approval for excellence in Healthcare Staffing Named to Staffing Industry Analysts Largest Staffing Firms in the US (2017), Fastest Growing Staffing Firms in the US (2016), Largest Travel Nurse Staffing Firms (2015-2017), Largest Allied Staffing Firms (2016, 2017), and Largest Healthcare Staffing Firms (2016, 2017) 'Most Ethical, Trustworthy, and Reliable Company' as awarded by the Ohio Hospital Association (2016) . ()
          

Other: Travel Nurse RN - CVICU - $1,477 per week - Daytona Beach, Florida

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NurseFly Travel Nursing with trustaff is seeking a cvicu travel nurse for a travel nursing job in Daytona Beach, Florida:- Specialty: CVICU- Discipline: RN- Start Date: ASAP- Duration: 13 weeks- 36 hours per week- Shift: 12 hours, evenings.Additional information: trustaff Job ID #464238. Pay package is based on 12 hour shifts and 36.0 hours per week (subject to confirmation) with tax-free stipend amount to be determined. Posted job title: CVICU RN 12 HR PM.trustaff is currently seeking an experienced CVICU Registered Nurse for a 13-week travel contract.The Cardiovascular Intensive Care Unit Nurse, or CVICU RN, provides critical care to patients with life-threatening heart conditions. CVICU RNs provide specialized care of patients suffering from heart attacks, cardiac dysrhythmia, and various other cardiac related conditions that require continuous monitoring and treatment.1+ year of recent CVICU RN experience is required***Most travel contracts include:- 13-week contracts- Multiple Shifts Available; Days & Nights- Guaranteed HoursFor over 17 years, trustaff has specialized in matching skilled healthcare professionals like you with high-paying jobs at the best facilities all across the country.As one of the nation's leading travel nursing agencies, not only are trustaff's travel nurses some of the highest-paid in the industry, you'll enjoy great employee benefits, premier access to hundreds of jobs, and unmatched personal service.Here are just some of the top-tier benefits you'll enjoy while traveling with trustaff:- Great selection of jobs - All 50 states, all specialties and modalities- Great pay - Earn as much as $2,800 per week depending on your specialty and experience!- Weekly pay through direct deposit- Guaranteed hours- Medical/Dental/Vision insurance - Health insurance options start at just $23 a week!- 24/7 service, including personal support from your recruiter, travel advocate, and clinical liaison- 401k with employer match- Assistance with travel and planning- Licensure reimbursement- Exclusive employee discount program- Earn great bonuses & refer your friendsMinimum Requirements:- 1+ years recent experience in your specialty - Must have active RN license- Must have current BLS & ACLSFor more information, please call trustaff (877) 880-0346 or email job@trustaff.comtrustaff is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer. Let trustaff find your next adventure. For over a decade, trustaff has been matching skilled healthcare professionals with some of the best facilities across the country. Whether you're interested in taking your skills on the road through travel nursing and allied health or landing your permanent dream job close to home, trustaff is here to lead the way. With outstanding benefits, great pay, and dedicated, personal service, it’s easy to see why healthcare professionals nationwide trust trustaff to accelerate their careers! Where do you want to go next? Imagine taking your skills or experience someplace new – Texas or New York, Alaska or California. Maybe even the Caribbean or South Pacific. We place healthcare professionals of all specialties at top facilities across the nation, securing some of the highest paid positions in the industry. The benefits add up. • Industry-Leading Pay • Nurse and Allied Professional Openings • 4 to 13 Week Assignments Nationwide • Weekly Pay with Direct Deposit • Guaranteed Hours • Clinical Liaison Support Available 24/7 • Non-Profit Housing Department • Full Benefits Package • 401k with Employer Match • Licensure Reimbursement • Earn Great Bonuses • Referral Bonuses up to $1,500! Jobs you want, benefits you deserve, people who care. Traveling is more than just a job; it's an experience. When you're out in an unfamiliar location, away from family and friends, it makes a big difference to have someone on your side who knows the ins and outs of the business. We treat each healthcare professional as an individual. Every job seeker is matched with a dedicated recruiter, who takes the time to listen and learn the details of your needs, long-term goals, and personal preferences. Recruiters use these criteria to seek out positions which specifically meet or exceed your requirements. Once you've accepted a position, we maintain contact, provide support, and develop a personal, longstanding relationship that continues throughout the assignment and years into the future. Our reputation speaks volumes: Distinguished 10 times by  Inc.  Magazine as one of the fastest-growing privately held companies in the country (2007, 2008, 2009, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015. 2016, 2017) Named to the Deloitte Cincinnati USA 100, recognizing record-setting regional companies (2014-2017) Recognized as one of the largest and fastest-growing recruiting and staffing firms in the Tri-State by the Cincinnati  Business Courier  (2007-2017) Accredited by The Joint Commission with the Gold Seal of Approval for excellence in Healthcare Staffing Named to Staffing Industry Analysts Largest Staffing Firms in the US (2017), Fastest Growing Staffing Firms in the US (2016), Largest Travel Nurse Staffing Firms (2015-2017), Largest Allied Staffing Firms (2016, 2017), and Largest Healthcare Staffing Firms (2016, 2017) 'Most Ethical, Trustworthy, and Reliable Company' as awarded by the Ohio Hospital Association (2016) . This job is also widely searched as a registered nurse, rn, nurse, travel nurse, nurse rn, rn nurse, travel nurse rn, nursing, travel rn, cvicu nurse. ()
          

Family Medicine near Cincinnati, OH | 120K Residency Transition Payment | Jackson Physician Search

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Ohio, Join this not-for-profit, Top 15 Health System seeking a dedicated Family Medicine physician: Outpatient only Family Medicine, no night or weekend responsibilities and 4.5 day work week All clinic


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