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McEwan and Others v. Attorney General of Guyana (C.C.J.)

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McEwan and Others v. Attorney General of Guyana (C.C.J.)

Caserta, S., 2019, In : International Legal Materials. 58, 2, p. 247-279 33 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalJournal articleResearchpeer-review

Original languageEnglish
JournalInternational Legal Materials
Volume58
Issue number2
Pages (from-to)247-279
Number of pages33
ISSN0020-7829
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2019

          

Comment on Check this Teen form guyana by David

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Emma should live inwards me that i contacted my room, lauren leaned on a social activities. The typical brit tradition now and christie hailey name telling me.
          

भारतीय महिला क्रिकेट टीम ने वेस्टइंडीज को हराया, T20 सीरीज में 4-0 से आगे

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प्रोविडेंस। श्रृंखला पहले ही जीत चुकी भारतीय महिला क्रिकेट टीम ने वर्षाबाधित चौथे टी20 मैच में वेस्टइंडीज को पांच रन से हराकर चौथा टी20 मैच भी अपनी झोली में डाला। भारतीय महिला टीम अब पांच मैचों की श्रृंखला में 4.0 से आगे है। चौथा मैच बारिश के कारण प्रति टीम नौ ओवर का कर दिया गया। भारत ने सात विकेट खोकर 50 रन बनाये। पूजा वस्त्रकार (10) दोहरे अंक तक पहुंचने वाली अकेली भारतीय रही। 

इसे भी पढ़ें: भारतीय कोच ने वर्ल्ड कप क्वॉलिफाइंग मुकाबले में इस टीम को बताया प्रबल दावेदार

मेजबान के लिये हेली मैथ्यूज ने 13 रन देकर तीन विकेटलिये जबकि एफी फ्लेचर और शेनेटा ग्रिमंड को दो दो विकेट मिले। भारतीय टीम ने गेंदबाजी और क्षेत्ररक्षण में काफी अनुशासन दिखाया। वेस्टइंडीज की टीम नौ ओवर में पांच विकेट पर 45 रन ही बना सकी। ऑफ स्पिनर अनुजा पाटिल ने दो विकेट लिये जबकि दीप्ति शर्मा और राधा यादव को एक एक विकेट मिला। पांचवां ओर आखिरी मैच गुरूवार को खेला जायेगा। 


          

Comment on Is US Oil Production Growth Slowing??? by Ovi

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Just watched the video. Clearly those of us on this site are well plugged in and well (Pun intended) informed. I found it interesting that he was comparing production from Dec to August as an indicator of slowing US production. Similar to what was done above, instead to September. I agree with him that the next six months will give a clearer view of the potential for shale production to provide increasing US production over the next two years. I am surprised that he did not mention Guyana. While Brazil and Norway are starting to ramp now, Guyana starts up early in 2020 with the potential of reaching 120 kb/d. Other sites could add 440 kb/d by 2023. Keep in mind that decline never sleeps. Brazil added 225 kb/d in August. Norway will not show up adding an increase until October. Also interesting comments on Canadian Oil Sands
          

PODCAST : les océans comme vous ne les avez jamais entendus

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Pendant deux semaines, l’été dernier, l’Esperanza a sillonné les eaux guyanaises pour documenter la mégafaune marine de la région (dauphins, baleines, tortues marines, requins, oiseaux marins…). Avec l’aide de scientifiques du CNRS, de biologistes marins et d’observateurs et observatrices avisé·es, nous avons répertorié absolument toute la mégafaune que nous avons identifiée. Cette mission a eu […]

Cet article PODCAST : les océans comme vous ne les avez jamais entendus est apparu en premier sur Greenpeace France.


          

Les industries pour la construction et leur futur (167)

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Le n°167 de Préventique (nov. 2019)
167
Novembre
2019
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2262-2144

Transition énergétique, pour une stratégie de rupture

Recherche et sécurité, pour une stratégie résiliente et globale

 
Le dossier de ce numéro de novembre 2019 veut faire comprendre les enjeux de la filière des industries pour la construction et son futur tel qu’il se dessine à travers la feuille de route de son comité stratégique. Hugues Vérité, le délégué permanent du comité, présente son action dans le Grand Entretien.

Également à découvrir ci-dessous :

  • l’affaire Lubrizol vue par P. Lagadec et J.-F. Narbonne (rubrique Actualité) ;
  • la gestion des risques au cœur de l’aide à la décision stratégique ;
  • et deux focus : Transition énergétique, pour une stratégie de rupture,
    Recherche et sécurité, pour une stratégie résiliente et globale.

Et puis : la montagne d'or guyanaise, l'Affaire du siècle, l'approche économique de l'action des sapeurs-pompiers, la dissuasion nucléaire, un panorama de la politique extérieure de la France et la coopération franco-belge en matière de sécurité civile.

Extrait de l'éditorial: 

Face aux dérèglements mondiaux et locaux, osons l’action !

Alors que s’allument de très nombreux foyers de protestations violentes (une douzaine à la date où nous écrivons, du Chili à l’Algérie en passant par le Soudan, l’Irak et Hong kong), dont la grande cause se situe dans une mondialisation sans frein, où la croissance est socialement complètement injuste et dont certaines institutions en place profitent seules, confisquant pouvoirs et privilèges, comment agir collectivement pour répondre à ces défis ?[…]

Face aux dérèglements mondiaux et locaux, osons l’action !

Alors que s’allument de très nombreux foyers de protestations violentes (une douzaine à la date où nous écrivons, du Chili à l’Algérie en passant par le Soudan, l’Irak et Hong kong), dont la grande cause se situe dans une mondialisation sans frein, où la croissance est socialement complètement injuste et dont certaines institutions en place profitent seules, confisquant pouvoirs et privilèges, comment agir collectivement pour répondre à ces défis ? Soulignons l’excellence de l’analyse qu’en fait Bertrand Badie, de ce qu’il nomme « l’acte 2 de la mondialisation ».1

Alors que ces risques politiques et sociaux liés à une mondialisation débridée s’aggravent, que les risques liés au changement climatique font converger de très nombreux mouvements, que doit-on faire ?

L’approche par les risques devient universelle » note Brigitte Bouquot, présidente de l’Amrae.2 Elle est même fédératrice et les entreprises s’emparent de plus en plus de leurs responsabilités environnementales et sociales pour réduire les risques écologiques, climatiques et sociaux.
En engageant une enquête sur une grande filière industrielle (les industries pour la construction, 200 Mds d’euros de CA) et sur son combat pour relever certains de ces défis, nous voulons montrer que l’action combinée de laboratoires, territoires et entreprises, en lien avec l’État, sur une approche globale et résiliente peut être une forte contribution dans le combat à mener.
Et il est urgent de construire des réflexions hardies de cette nature, comme le proposent entre autres dans le focus « Recherche et sécurité » (p. 58) :

  • Émile Pérez (directeur de la sécurité d’EDF), en associant très largement la recherche pour développer la sécurité au sens large, pour contribuer à l’élaboration de la stratégie des entreprises.
  • Philippe Dubucs, directeur au ministère de la Recherche et de l’Innovation, et Magali Reghezza, son adjointe, pour mieux articuler les sciences (de la nature, de l’homme et de la société) dans les projets actuels sur la sécurité.

C’est un Think Tank, porteur d’idées nouvelles, pour une approche globale que nous devons construire. Mais c’est aussi un Fab lab, promouvant des projets pilotes et des démonstrateurs dans une approche à 360°, reliant recherche, entreprises et territoires. Parce que les risques sont maintenant bien perçus comme globaux (et locaux), à long terme, très divers, la réponse passe par la construction de diverses formes de résilience, facteurs de performance par ailleurs, des territoires, des entreprises et des tissus économiques.
C’est cette proposition que la nouvelle association Alters3 expérimente, comme le présente la rubrique « Communauté des risques ». « Risquer la confiance », souligne Brigitte Bouquot. Avec la confiance, osons aussi l’action !
Didier Raciné

 

1. Cf. www.lemonde.fr/idees/article/2019/11/08/bertrand-badie-l-acte-ii-de-la-m...

2. Cf. www.amrae-rencontres.fr/

3. Cf. https://alters-association.com

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Miss Earth 2019 - Final Result

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Hello guys....
Sorry ampa aku ini naka post sin result sin Miss Earth 2019. Maka hati kamu busy kita ok....
Na ini na in result sin Miss Earth 2019 amun piya aun ha Cove Manila at Okada Manila, Parañaque, Philippines sin pitca 26 october 2019.



 Puerto Rico – Nellys Pimentel
Miss Earth 2019

 United States – Emanii Davis
Miss Earth Air 2019

 Czech Republic – Klára Vavrušková
Miss Earth Water 2019

 Belarus – Alisa Manenok
Miss Earth Fire 2019





TOP 10
 Chile – Fernanda Méndez Tapia

 Netherlands – Nikki Prein

 New Zealand – Tashan Kapene

 Nigeria – Modupe Susan Garland

 Poland – Krystyna Sokołowska

 Russia – Anna Baksheeva




TOP 20
 Colombia – Yenny Carrillo

 England – Stephanie Wyatt

 Ghana – Abena Appiah

 Guam – Cydney Shey Folsom

 Guyana – Faydeha King

 Japan – Yuka Itoku

 Philippines – Janelle Tee

 Portugal – Bruna Silva

 Spain – Sonia Hernández Romeo

 Thailand – Teeyapar Sretsirisuvarna

 
 

          

Dec 26, Guyana: Boxing Day

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GUYANA | Simpson-Miller bats for Guyana's small business; warns about corruption

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Former Jamaica Prime Minister, Portia Simpson-Miller addressing the Georgetown Chamber of Commerce and Industry’s 2019 awards and dinner on 29th November, 2019.
GEORGETOWN, Guyana, November 30, 2019 - Former Jamaica Prime Minister, Portia Simpson-Miller Thursday night called on Guyana to put systems in place for small businesses to benefit from the expected economic boom.
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    The 30 Best Things to Do in Portland This Weekend: Nov 29-Dec 1

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    by Mercury EverOut Staff

    Well, we're in it now. The home-stretch. Thanksgiving is in the rear-view, Christmas and New Year's is ahead, and in the meantime, the business of packing as much fun as possible into what's left of the year is underway, and this weekend's got a lot to choose from, including a whole comedy festival kicking off, Holiday celebrations lighting up the night, many musical adventures, some SATAN, and more! Hit the links below and plan your weekend accordingly


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    Friday, Nov 29

    SAINt JHN, Kodie Shane
    Saint Jhn first showed up on my radar when he came in crooning alongside Blue Ivy Carter on “Brown Skin Girl,” a stand-out track from Beyoncé’s The Lion King: The Gift. After some further digging, it quickly becomes clear why Yoncé invited the Guyanese-American rapper/singer/songwriter/producer, who grew up splitting time between Brooklyn and Guyana, for the track. Sonically speaking, everything is working on his sophomore full-length, Ghetto Lenny’s Love Songs, from opening track “Wedding Day” to slappable songs like “Trap” featuring Lil Baby, and “Who Do You Blame.” Now he’s touring in support of the project, with Kodie Shane, a Black, queer rapper from Atlanta, as opener. Shane’s recent vibey single “End Like That” should convince you to get to the Hawthorne in a prompt manner. (Fri Nov 29, 8 pm, Hawthorne Theatre, $22-25, all ages) JENNI MOORE

    Ha-Ha Harvest Comedy Fest
    The Ha Ha Harvest Comedy Festival is bringing a cornucopia of laughs to town this holiday weekend and with a line-up featuring hometown hero Nathan Brannon, LA oddball Ron Lynch, Denver’s Janae Burris and Adam Cayton-Holland, NYC’s Dave Hill, and more, we've got plenty to be thankful for. Boasting a multi-venue format that echoes the Bridgetown Comedy Festival days of yore, you’ll spend the entire weekend hopping between clubs and venues while catching beloved homegrown shows like Pitch, Please!, Minority Retort, and Spec Script, delightful offerings from out-of-towners, along with more traditional stand-up showcases. Visit the event website for a complete list of venues, performers, and shows, along with ticketing info. (Fri-Sun Nov 29-Dec 1, Various Locations, $29-79) CHIPP TERWILLIGER

    Amenta Abioto, Noah Simpson Group
    I just can’t shut my trap when it comes to Amenta Abioto, whose work is a fluid combination of jazz, hip-hop, soul, and African music. To see her perform live is a real treat—Abioto has been at the top of her game recently, having perfected her soul-stirring vocals, improvised song-construction, and spot-on comedic timing. (Fri Nov 29, 8 pm, Turn! Turn! Turn!, $5-10) JENNI MOORE

    Sleepover Club, Dress Forms, Ex-Kids
    Everett's Sleepover Club link up with Portland's Dress Forms and Ex-Kids for a Friday-night punk, garage and post-punk bill at No Fun. (Fri Nov 29, 9 pm, No Fun, $5)

    Turnover, Men I Trust
    Turnover is clearly having some sort of major growth spurt. A few years ago, the Virginia Beach band was part of emo’s new wave, cranking out buzzy pop-punk tunes on a couple of albums released by Run for Cover Records. But on Good Nature, Turnover completes its transition into a dreamy indie pop band, with chiming guitars, laid-back vocals, and gauzy vibes. Often when this kind of thing happens, the artist stays tight-lipped on the reasons, but Turnover is open and honest about the stylistic shift, which it attributes to a wider palette of influences over the past few years: vintage soul and blues, Frank Ocean, electronic, the Beach Boys, bossa nova music, and jazz. (Fri Nov 29, 8 pm, Wonder Ballroom, $25-28) BEN COLEMAN

    ZooLights
    One of Portland's most beloved holiday traditions returns, transforming the Oregon Zoo into winter wonderland of illuminated, multicolored brilliance, featuring over a million lights creatively arranged throughout the zoo. (Fri Nov 29, 5 pm, Oregon Zoo, $14.95-19.95, through Jan 1 2020)

    Starving for Laughs: A Benefit for the Oregon Food Bank
    Forget the buying and consuming part of Black Friday, and instead celebrate the laughing and helping part at this holiday comedy stand-up showcase benefitting the Oregon Food Bank, hosted by Jono Gindhart, Bryan Bixby, and Chase Anderson, with sets from Zehava Glazier, Chris Johnson, Cam Strong, Kandyce August, and Will Weldon. (Fri Nov 29, 7:30 pm, Kelly's Olympian, $10)

    Snap! Y2K: The Missy Elliott Party
    The November installment of the beloved monthly '90/'00s dance night invites you to come down and work off that Thanksgiving hangover with a little help from the sounds of Missy Elliott, along with resident DJ's Freaky Outty, Colin Jones, and Introcut. (Fri Nov 29, 9 pm, Holocene, $6-7)

    Portland Trail Blazers vs. Chicago Bulls
    When I was a kid, I’d load up EA’s Bulls vs. Blazers and the NBA Playoffs into the ol' Sega Genesis, and I'd rewrite history; Terry Porter always scored 70 points a game, and Michael Jordan won nothing. Hopefully tonight, when the Blazers take on the Chicago Bulls, they can bring a video game to life better than, say… any of the Street Fighter or Mortal Kombat movies. Because yiiiikes. (Fri Nov 29, 7 pm, Moda Center, $27 & Up) BOBBY ROBERTS

    Sullivan King, Lick, Grabbitz, Swarm
    Los Angeles-based multi-instrumentalist and EDM producer Sullivan King heads back up the coast for the Portland stop on the "Thank You For Raging" Tour. (Fri Nov 29, 7 pm, Roseland, $25)

    Shpongle, Android Jones, Kayla Scintilla, VOLO, Luxora Major
    Producer Simon Posford and flutist Raja Ram bring their pioneering psybient and psych-infused trance project across the pond to head up a special audio-visual experience in Portland. Android Jones, Kayla Scintilla, VOLO, and Luxora Major round out the proceedings, along with a full array of artisan vendors, stage performers, and more. (Fri Nov 29, 8:15 pm, Crystal Ballroom, $50 & Up)


    Saturday, Nov 30

    Kikagaku Moyo, Mope Grooves
    Psychedelic five-piece Kikagaku Moyo started out busking on the streets of Tokyo in 2012, and now they’re touring the world as one of this decade’s most highly coveted acts. A couple years ago, the band came to town to play a pair of Pickathon sets, and, despite trying my best to make it to their performance at the Galaxy Barn, the venue hit capacity before I (and countless others) could make it inside. So it’s only right that Kikagaku Moyo—whose moniker translates to “geometric patterns” in Japanese—is making another visit to the City of Roses this fall. After all, Portland’s scene of eclectic, psychedelia-loving listeners is exactly the kind of audience the band wanted to engage when they left Japan. (Sat Nov 30, 8:30 pm, Crystal Ballroom, $20-22, all ages) JENNI MOORE

    Brian Posehn
    The beloved comedian, writer, and actor known for his roles on Mr. Show, W/ Bob and David, The Sarah Silverman Program, and most recently, The Mandalorian (he's the space-Uber driver who gets eaten by a giant ice worm thingy after picking up a fish-faced Horatio Sanz! Spoilers! It's a weird-ass show!) brings his unrivaled charm and wit back to town for a headlining show at Revolution Hall. (Sat Nov 30, 8 pm, Revolution Hall, $25-30, all ages)

    Thievery Corporation, Brazilian Girls
    An evening of dub, electronica, and trip hop with the Washington, D.C.-based recording artist and DJ collective headed up by Rob Garza and Eric Hilton. (Sat Nov 30, 8:30 pm, Roseland, $42.50-69.50)

    The Sisters of Mercy: Divine Sketch Comedy
    The Siren Theater is where you go if you want to be blessed by divine sketch comedy minds like the ones counted among The Sisters of Mercy: Shelley McLendon, Laura Sams, Lori Ferraro, Erin Jean O'Regan, and Marie Murphy. Tonight is the last chance to catch this show. Do not live a life absent of witnessing this comedy divinity! (Sat Nov 30, 8 pm, Siren Theater, $10-15)

    Mr. Carmack
    The rising Honolulu-based producer brings his experimental beats and EDM back to town for an all-ages stop on the "Immersion" Tour. (Sat Nov 30, 9 pm, Hawthorne Theatre, $19-22, all ages)

    The Grotto's Christmas Festival of Lights
    The Grotto's annual Festival of Lights celebration is a bonafide Portland tradition, transforming the serene grounds into one of the largest Christmas choral festival in the world. Walk a one-quarter mile long light trail, enjoy outdoor caroling, puppet shows, and a live petting zoo, and then take in one of over 190 concerts taking place in the Grotto's chapel. (Sat Nov 30, 5 pm, The Grotto, $6.50-12.50, all ages, through Dec 30)

    Jana Crenshaw
    Portland Singer/songwriter and theater score composer Jana Crenshaw takes over the Fixin' To for an early, all-ages show and a late-night, 21 & up performance celebrating the release of her latest, Bend & Break, which collects stand-out tracks from her previous three albums. Mic Crenshaw, Blacque Butterfly, Rain Ezra, Daisy Posada, Natalia Uribe, DonnaMation, and students of Ethos Music Center lend their talents to the proceedings. (Sat Nov 30, 12:30 pm & 9 pm, The Fixin' To, $7-10)

    RAF, The Reverberations
    Portland's RAF brings the sounds of England's mod movement to the Star Theater stage to celebrate the release of their latest album, with like-minded local psych-pop outfit the Reverberations rounding out the proceedings with their own '60s influenced sounds. (Sat Nov 30, 9 pm, Star Theater, $10-15)

    La Fête du Macaron
    A celebration of the French Macaron, filling the Pix pastry case with a wide variety of flavors. Also includes a contest to get your flavor carried at Pix past the celebration, and something called the "cupcake stomp," which seems like an abomination (why the hell would you want to destroy a perfectly good cupcake) but is supposedly "messy but fun." (Sat Nov 30, 2 pm, Pix/Bar Vivant)

    Gloria!
    The Portland Choir and Orchestra links up with Big Horn Brass for their annual Christmas concert at the Newmark Theatre, with over 150 performers bringing your favorite holiday classics to life in a wallet- and family-friendly performance. (Sat Nov 30, 2 pm & 7 pm, Newmark Theatre, $15-22)


    Sunday, Dec 1

    Lisa Prank, Rose Melberg
    Seattleites have long sung the praises of their fave one-woman pop punk band, Lisa Prank (singer/songwriter Robin Edwards), and with good reason—her live shows are straight-up FIRE. Mining the fertile ground tilled by the Ramones, Shonen Knife, the Runaways, the Donnas, and various others of the riot grrrl persuasion, Edwards skillfully turns any room inside-out with her masterful expertise on electric guitar and a Roland MC-505 drum machine. Her newest release, Perfect Love Song, is more of the same mosh-pit perfection, guaranteed to jump-start any crowd into pogoing hysterics. Bring a sweat towel, you’ll need it! (Sun Dec 1, 9 pm, Doug Fir, $12-15) WM. STEVEN HUMPHREY

    Morbid Angel, Watain, Incantation
    Friends, have you accepted Satan into your heart and pledged fealty to the Dark One, embracing his message of materialism, sexual deviancy, and a rejection of the Judeo-Christian myths of yore? I can see some of you are still on the fence about this, unconvinced that a one-way ticket to Hades is the only way forward for all of us. If my message is not persuasive enough, please join me for tonight’s command performance by two of our finest death metal missionaries: Morbid Angel and Watain. The former are still promoting their 2017 album Kingdoms Disdained, a blistering collection that welcomed bassist/vocalist Steve Tucker back into the fold to help spread the gospel of evil. The latter comes to us from our outpost in Sweden to sing to us of sacred damnations and sleepless evils as they bathe us in animal blood. Hail Satan. (Sun Dec 1, 8 pm, Hawthorne Theatre, $30-35, all ages) ROBERT HAM

    Breakfast with Santa
    The Crystal Ballroom's Breakfast with Santa lets you and your family skip the mall and department store lines, giving you the chance to relax and enjoy a buffet style breakfast and house roasted coffee while waiting for a turn with Santa. It also happens to be one of the hottest tickets in town. (Sun Dec 1, 8:30 am & 11 am, Crystal Ballroom, $13-18, all ages)

    Black Nativity
    PassinArt presents this staging of Langston Hughes' "gospel song play," reinterpreting and reimagining the Nativity story. (Sun Dec 1, 2 pm, Bethel AME Church, $5-25, all ages)

    My Friend Chuck
    A live podcast episode of My Friend Chuck, the show about friendship, erotica, dinosaurs (sometimes), and much, much more, starring McKenzie Goodwin and two-time Hugo nominee Dr. Chuck Tingle, author of landmark works like Space Raptor Butt Invasion and Breaking the Fourth Butt: Eight Hot-to-Trot Meta Tinglers. (Sun Dec 1, 8 pm, Dante's, $20)

    Olympia Provisions 10 Year Anniversary Party
    For those who consider themselves to be fans of fine wine, salty meat, and combining the two at meal times, you might be a fan of Olympia Provisions, even if you've never been there before, and tonight's 10th Anniversary party is a good opportunity to finally go. Admission includes "a plethora of delicious food samples" with a full bar available as well. (Sun Dec 1, 4 pm, Olympia Provisions, $13)

    Donte Thomas, King Wess
    The latest installment of Sunday Sessions at Rontoms doubles as a music video premiere and release party for "Off White," the latest from Portland hip-hop artist Donte Thomas. Fellow rising local rapper King Wess rounds out the proceedings. (Sun Dec 1, 8 pm, Rontoms, free)

    The Jackie & Laurie Show
    The comedy podcast starring a pair of veterans in a stand-up scene that isn't particularly easy on women comes to Kickstand for a live episode. (Sun Dec 1, 1 pm, Kickstand Comedy Space, $20-25)

    DOA Pro Wrestling: Naughty or Nice?
    You haven't really done the holidays right if you don't start them by watching Santa himself come off the top rope with swagger and aplomb. Along with Saint Nick bringing the pain, the December DOA show includes the Portland debuts of Logan Stunt, MV Young, and the amazing Effy. (Sun Dec 1, 1 pm, Harvey's Comedy Club, $15-100, all ages)

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    En qué país de Sudamérica hay más lugares Patrimonios de la Humanidad

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    Sudamérica está repleta de diversidad cultural y natural; pero ¿sabes en qué país hay más lugares declarados Patrimonio de la Humanidad por la Unesco? ¿Será Argentina o Uruguay? ¿Tal vez Bolivia, Brasil o Chile? ¿Se tratará de Venezuela o de Perú? ¿Quizás Paraguay, Ecuador o Colombia?¿Guyana o Surinam? La Organización de las Naciones Unidas para la Educación, la Ciencia y la Cultura (Unesco) ha identificado, en América del Sur, numerosos paraísos naturales, lugares y monumentos de incomparable belleza e importancia internacional y los ha reconocido como Patrimonio de la Humanidad. Haz clic en esta galería y descubre dónde se encuentran.
              

    Pollard storm blows away Guyana

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    Nothing Important Happened Today by Will Carver

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    Don’t Drink the Kool-Aid When you hear the word ‘cult’, what do you think about? Is it the crazy, power-hungry leader? A religious splinter? Mass orgies? Mass murder? Mass suicide? Are all the members blinkered and mad? Do you think about Waco and Jonestown? Have you watched Wild Wild Country on Netflix? Here are three things that you may not know: – You are wrong about cults. – You could be part of a cult and not even realise. – You are in a cult right now. Take The Peoples Temple. 909 members migrated to Guyana to set up their own community. They shared similar beliefs. They worked together and worshipped together. They lived together. Until, one day, they all died together. Men, women and children poisoned themselves – the children’s cyanide was stirred into their juice – allegedly, in the name of their faith and at the behest of... READ MORE


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