Candie Hair for Genesis 8 Female(s)   

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Candie Hair is a long space buns hair. It comes with style and movement morphs that allow you to shape the buns, blow it easily with wind, change its length, and many other things. The material presets included can dye it with a total of 42 different tones, from classic ones to sophisticated two tones.

MATERIAL FEATURES: Candie Hair has many materials to choose from: 20 classic hair dyes (blacks, darks, browns, blondes, reds, fantasy colors, and gray and white for mature characters), 10 with Californian highlights, and 10 two toned dyes. All of them both for Iray and 3Delight.

MORPHING FEATURES: The hair also includes 116 custom morphs, in these 13 categories: All Back, Back Adjust, Chest Adjust, Elf Ears, Face Adjust, Hairline, Head Adjust, Move, Move Ends, Shoulders Adjust, Style, Wind Full, Wind Partial. You can put the hair all back on one or both sides, adjust it to most elven or creature ears, move each part in any direction, or move only the ends, adjust it to face features, set the hairline higher or lower, give it more volume, make the back or each side longer, shorter or wider, make each part more pointed, raise the center part, make the buns bigger or smaller or pointy or wide, and blow it with wind in different ways, moving each part independently with the wind, or using the morphs that blow it all at once.

COMPATIBILITY FEATURES: Works with all the Genesis 8 Head and Body Morphs, as all of them have been included when needed, which means full freedom to use any of those morphs in your creations.  In addition, we have adjusted the rigging features as much as possible, so it will also work great with custom head morph shapes. This hair is for Genesis 8 Female(s), including Victoria 8, Monique 8, Olympia 8, Teen Josie 8, Charlotte 8 and Stephanie 8. If you need some more adjustment, you have morphs for that too both for face and body.

Price: $18.95 Special Price: $9.48


          

Elsinore Hair for Genesis 8   

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Elsinore Hair is a long, messy and timeless hair for Genesis 8 Male and Female. With 116 morphs in 14 categories and 40 hair materials, from classic dyes to two-toned and Californian Highlights, making this hair very customizable. Modeled and shaded with the most efficient techniques to look complex and beautiful, and render in optimal time. It also has NVIDIA Iray shaders optimized for natural looking hair no matter what lighting you choose to use.

MATERIAL FEATURES: There are 20 Classic hair dyes that go from natural colors to fashionable colored dyes, 10 sophisticated Two Toned dyes, and 10 Highlighted Dyes, making possible to match the look of any character concept. Iray and 3Dlight materials.

MORPHING FEATURES: The hair also includes 116 custom morphs, in these 14 categories:All Back, Back Adjust, Chest Adjust, Elf Ears, Face Adjust, Face Framing, Hairline, Head Adjust, Move Ends, Move Groups, Shoulders Adjust, Style, Wind Full, and Wind Partial. With them you can put it all back in one or both sides, move it with wind in all directions in several ways, set the hairline higher or lower, frame the face so it is more or less covered, move in all directions, make it longer or shorter, and much more.

COMPATIBILITY FEATURES: Works with all the Genesis 8 Head and Body Morphs, as all of them have been included when needed, which means full freedom to use any of those morphs in your creations.  In addition, we have adjusted the rigging features as much as possible, so it will also work great with custom head morph shapes. If you need some more adjustment, you have morphs for that too both for face and body. The version for Genesis 8 Female(s) includes the shapes of Aiko 8, Teen Josie 8, The Girl 8, Victoria 8, and Zelara 8. The version for Genesis 8 Male(s) includes the shapes of Darius 8, Floyd 8, Michael 8, and Ollie 8. Other shapes supported by auto-follow. If you need some more adjustment, you have morphs for that too.

Price: $23.95 Special Price: $11.98


          

Sersee Hair   

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Sersee Hair is a very versatile hair style, with optional cloth in the braids, and also includes a digitally sculpted crown with many options. Timeless, customizable, and easy to use, perfect for fantasy, fairies, warriors, sorceress, nymphs, goddess, queens, princess... A must have!

The braid cloth is optional: can use it or or not, just by applying a material, and you have 8 colors to choose if you do. The crown is independent and can be used with the hair or not.

Sersee Crown comes in two versions. One auto adapts to any Genesis 2 Female(s) and characters, and the other is a free prop that you can place elsewhere (over a table or to simulate a coronation ceremony for example).

The crown has partial materials for the crown, the leaves, the metallic frills, and the jewels. It also has 5 partial hide options that can be mixed to get the crown without any ornament, or hide the small or the big leaves, the upper or lower ornament, or any combination of these.

The 116 morphs added (adjustment, volume, shoulders, movement, all back on one or both sides, wind, mess, all back with braids to the front...) give you freedom and ease of use. You can adapt the hair to almost any pose. Choose between 6 morphs for all back: 2 with all back with normal volume, 2 with extra volume to sides, and 2 with only strands to back and braids on the front. These all back morphs are combinable because they work on the left or right independently. You can set all back on the left, and on the right only the strands with braid over the chest, for example. Mess, Wind, Windy, Widen and Volume morphs allow you to make it messy and fly in all directions

The hair includes 20 mats (14 natural colors, and 6 fantasy colors) for the hair. You have 8 cloth colors for the braid cloth: black, blue, brown, gold, green, pink, red, and silver.

Genesis 2 Female and her derived females are supported: Lilith 6, Aiko 6, Gia 6, The Girl 6, Olympia 6, Stephanie 6, Teen Josie 6, Victoria 4 Shape for Genesis 2 Female(s), Victoria 6, Giselle 6.

In addition, we have adjusted the rigging features as much as possible, so it will also work great with custom head morph shapes. If you need some more adjustment, you have morphs for that too.

Price: $17.95 Special Price: $8.98


          

The Windmill    

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The old post mill stands atop the green hill. The worn and battered sails slowly turning in the gentle summer breeze.

The windmill is a complete environment for Poser and DAZ Studio, with 37 props including a working mill, four tree types, an old shack for the miller and even an outdoor toilet! It also comes with four different preloaded scenes and light sets and six cameras. Features include windmill scenes, windmill props, windmill features, windmill full features, 3D lighting, six cameras and 116 textures.

Price: $24.95 Special Price: $12.48


          

Fabio Quartararo lidera el festival de Yamaha en Buriram pero Marc Márquez amenaza   

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Fabio Quartararo lidera el festival de Yamaha en Buriram pero Marc Márquez amenaza

Las Yamaha tienen una velocidad endiablada en Tailandia. Es una de las conclusiones que se pueden sacar de los primeros entrenamientos libres de Buriram, pero no la única. Fabio Quartararo ha marcado el mejor tiempo de la sesión en una vuelta fantástica con el reloj a cero. Lidera un triplete de Yamaha fantástico en lo alto de la tabla.

Sin embargo, no todo son alegrías. Y eso se debe a que Marc Márquez ha volado en los segundos entrenamientos libres. El piloto español no ha probado en ningún momento el neumático más blando, simplemente se ha limitado a ensayar su ritmo de carrera y éste ha sido demoledor. Márquez ha dado 25 vueltas perfectas a un ritmo casi inaccesible para el resto.

Márquez solo probó el ritmo de carrera y fue demoledor

Marquez Tailandia Motogp 2019

Lo que está claro es que Márquez no está demasiado dolorido por su caída de este mañana. Su mejor tiempo se ha quedado a seis décimas del que ha marcado Quartararo, pero hay que tener en cuenta que lo ha hecho con un neumático que llevaba prácticamente una carrera entera encima. Aún así, Márquez ha sido sexto y es el gran favorito para la pole y la victoria.

Pero las Yamaha van a estar fuertes. Ya el año pasado, cuando las cosas no iban tan bien, Maverick Viñales aguantó el ritmo de Márquez toda la carrera. Esta vez el piloto español ha terminado segundo, a tan solo una décima del tiempo de Quartararo. Veremos si ambos pueden aguantar el ritmo de la Honda.

Vinales Tailandia Motogp 2019

Para cerrar la fiesta de Yamaha, Franco Morbidelli ha terminado con el tercer mejor tiempo de la sesión. Parece que aquí el italiano sí que está al nivel de sus compañero. El único que no ha podido completar el pleno de Yamaha es Valentino Rossi, que aún así no se ha ido mucho más atrás. 'Il Dottore' ha sido quinto.

Quien se ha colado por medio de las Yamaha es el australiano Jack Miller, que ha sorprendido con un gran tiempo que le coloca cuarto y como primera Ducati. De hecho, en general las motos italianas no han destacado demasiado en toda la sesión. Andrea Dovizioso, el que debe evitar el título de Márquez, ha terminado octavo, mientras que Danilo Petrucci fue undécimo.

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Otra de las sorpresas positivas del día ha sido Aleix Espargaró. El piloto de Aprilia se ha metido séptimo, justo por detrás de Márquez, en un circuito donde no era esperado. Espargaró fue muy rápido en Aragón hace quince días, pero era algo que se podía esperar en un circuito favorable. Sin embargo parece que la tónica se mantiene aquí en Chang.

Su hermano Pol Espargaró también ha tenido un buen día. Al menos ha podido participar en los entrenamientos libres y lo ha hecho sin demasiados dolores. El piloto de KTM ha terminado decimoquinto, incluso dentro de lo que serían las posiciones de puntos, aunque los problemas podrían venir en carrera.

Lorenzo Tailandia Motogp 2019

Problemas para su compañero de marca, Miguel Oliveira, que ha sufrido dos caídas bastante fuertes, una en cada sesión. Aún así el portugués parece que está bien y ha sido decimonoveno, por delante de sus otros dos compañeros de marca, Mika Kallio y Hafizh Syahrin, que han sido los dos más lentos del día.

Aunque también ha estado en esa deshonrosa batalla Jorge Lorenzo, que ha terminado antepenúltimo a 1,5 segundos de su compañero Márquez. En cuanto a las Suzuki, siguen en un momento complicado, y la poca potencia de su motor no ayuda. Joan Mir ha sido noveno y Álex Rins décimo. Por último, Tito Rabat terminó en la decimoctava posición.

Resultados FP2 MotoGP GP Tailandia 2019

Pos. Num. Piloto País Equipo Moto Km/h Tiempo Diferencia 1st/Prev.
1 20 Fabio QUARTARARO FRA Petronas Yamaha SRT Yamaha 324.3 1'30.404
2 12 Maverick VIÑALES SPA Monster Energy Yamaha MotoGP Yamaha 324.3 1'30.597 0.193 / 0.193
3 21 Franco MORBIDELLI ITA Petronas Yamaha SRT Yamaha 324.3 1'30.625 0.221 / 0.028
4 43 Jack MILLER AUS Pramac Racing Ducati 330.2 1'30.698 0.294 / 0.073
5 46 Valentino ROSSI ITA Monster Energy Yamaha MotoGP Yamaha 325.3 1'30.733 0.329 / 0.035
6 93 Marc MARQUEZ SPA Repsol Honda Team Honda 329.2 1'30.891 0.487 / 0.158
7 41 Aleix ESPARGARO SPA Aprilia Racing Team Gresini Aprilia 325.3 1'31.007 0.603 / 0.116
8 4 Andrea DOVIZIOSO ITA Ducati Team Ducati 329.2 1'31.027 0.623 / 0.020
9 36 Joan MIR SPA Team SUZUKI ECSTAR Suzuki 326.2 1'31.086 0.682 / 0.059
10 42 Alex RINS SPA Team SUZUKI ECSTAR Suzuki 326.2 1'31.094 0.690 / 0.008
11 9 Danilo PETRUCCI ITA Ducati Team Ducati 327.2 1'31.115 0.711 / 0.021
12 63 Francesco BAGNAIA ITA Pramac Racing Ducati 326.2 1'31.154 0.750 / 0.039
13 35 Cal CRUTCHLOW GBR LCR Honda CASTROL Honda 328.2 1'31.344 0.940 / 0.190
14 30 Takaaki NAKAGAMI JPN LCR Honda IDEMITSU Honda 324.3 1'31.424 1.020 / 0.080
15 44 Pol ESPARGARO SPA Red Bull KTM Factory Racing KTM 325.3 1'31.499 1.095 / 0.075
16 29 Andrea IANNONE ITA Aprilia Racing Team Gresini Aprilia 323.3 1'31.512 1.108 / 0.013
17 17 Karel ABRAHAM CZE Reale Avintia Racing Ducati 327.2 1'31.588 1.184 / 0.076
18 53 Tito RABAT SPA Reale Avintia Racing Ducati 323.3 1'31.932 1.528 / 0.344
19 88 Miguel OLIVEIRA POR Red Bull KTM Tech 3 KTM 320.4 1'31.936 1.532 / 0.004
20 99 Jorge LORENZO SPA Repsol Honda Team Honda 328.2 1'31.949 1.545 / 0.013
21 82 Mika KALLIO FIN Red Bull KTM Factory Racing KTM 320.4 1'31.991 1.587 / 0.042
22 55 Hafizh SYAHRIN MAL Red Bull KTM Tech 3 KTM 322.3 1'32.584 2.180 / 0.593

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La noticia Fabio Quartararo lidera el festival de Yamaha en Buriram pero Marc Márquez amenaza fue publicada originalmente en Motorpasion Moto por Roberto Rodríguez .


          

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El discurso de Grant Morrison en DisinfoCon (parte 4 de 6)   

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Después de hacer este cómic [Los Invisibles] durante seis años, después de pensar en este asunto durante seis años, después de probar que funciona durante seis años, me quedé con esta idea: nos han engañado, nos hemos engañado a nosotros mismos y continuamos engañándonos. Como dijo Doug [Rushkoff], no existe un «nosotros» ni un «ellos», sólo estamos nosotros. De algún modo estamos intentando que esta cosa funcione. Y funciona.

Digamos, por ejemplo... La mayoría de nosotros somos más que nada gente de contracultura. Ya sabéis, nos gustan nuestras drogas, nos gusta esto y aquello, nos gusta romper unas pocas normas, pero no nos gusta la policía, por lo general. ¿A quién de aquí le gusta la policía? Que levante la mano. ¡Bien, uno! Porque os voy a enseñar a que os guste la policía.

Batman habla con el comisario Gordon en Batman #665 (2007).

¿Por qué odiamos a la policía? Si queremos cambiar las cosas... Todos los de aquí, vamos al local precintado a unirnos. ¿Vamos a hacerlo? ¿Quien va a venir conmigo? Porque yo no voy a hacerlo. [Risas del público.] ¿Y por qué? ¿Por qué no vamos a hacerlo? [Alguien del público grita: «¡Porque son estúpidos!»]

Eso es. Odiamos a los tíos que se han metido en esto. ¡Hemos elegido a los mayores zoquetes de la sociedad para protegernos de los cabrones de la isla Rikers! ¡Porque tenemos miedo de ellos! Ya sabéis, tenemos miedo de ellos. Somos liberales libertarios de clase media a los que les acojona ser violados en la cárcel. [Risas del público.] Por eso creamos a la policía. Tenemos a estos zoquetes que obedecen lo que les digamos que hagan. Nos obedecen de verdad, estos cabrones harán lo que les digamos. Les decimos: «Protégenos de los cabrones de verdad, de los moteros y de los negros y de todos esos tíos horribles que van a jodernos, a matarnos y a robar nuestras cosas».

Ponemos a la policía ahí, ¿de acuerdo? Nosotros les ponemos ahí. No queremos ir ahí porque somos gente lista, somos gente guay. No queremos ir y pegar a nadie. No queremos ir y hacer cumplir la ley porque no creemos realmente en ella, pero sabemos que algún pobre desgraciado tiene que hacerla cumplir. ¿Por qué odiamos a estos tíos cuando les ponemos ahí? ¿Qué pasa ahí? ¿Por qué nos odiamos a nosotros mismos por crear esta sociedad?

¿Por qué hay mucha gente en Estados Unidos obsesionada con Marilyn Manson, cadáveres, gente muerta, tristeza, John Wayne Gacy13... John Wayne Gacy es un puto capullo. [Aplausos del público] Ya sabéis, mató a unas personas y dibujó unos cuadros de mierda. ¿Qué es eso? ¿Por qué deberíamos sentirnos implicados con eso? ¿Y se ha convertido en qué, cultura apocalíptica? ¿A dónde vamos desde ahí que no sea eso? ¿A dónde vamos que no sea jugar con nuestra propia porquería? [Echa un trago.]

La Nobleza en Multiversity #1 (2014) representa las ideas destructivas que puede transmitir la ficción.

La respuesta... volver a lo individual.

Si lo individual no funciona, si Patrick McGoohan se equivocaba, si Número 6 se equivocaba gritando en la playa «¡No soy un número, soy un hombre libre!», ¿qué nos queda? Porque últimamente el tío que no es un número y no es un hombre libre experimenta neurosis, es lo más lejos que se va por ese camino. Estoy seguro de que aquí hay un puñado de personas como yo que con el tiempo... Has encontrado tu camino a través de estas cosas, has leído los libros, has hecho esa mierda, has tomado las drogas, has estado ahí, lo has visto... Hemos experimentado la iluminación en pequeñas dosis. Sabéis que está ahí, sabéis que es verdad. El consenso no explica nuestras vidas. ¿Pero qué lo hace? [Echa un trago.] Imaginad libraros de lo individual. Imaginad libraros de ese andamio. ¿Qué nos queda? Aquí está lo que estoy a punto de ofrecer.

Bestia descubre que hay un interruptor genético en la raza homo sapiens que hará que sea sustituida por la raza mutante de manera natural, en New X-Men #116 (2001).

Cuanto más lo investigaba, más empezaba a ver que tenemos a estos mutantes viviendo entre nosotros, ahora mismo. La gente del siglo XXI, de finales del siglo XXI, está aquí, pero no hay contexto para ellos. Del mismo modo que, ya sabéis, si vivieses en Tunguska hace dos siglos, y fueses epiléptico, serías un chamán. Había un contexto para ti. Es esta sociedad, eres un epiléptico. Es bastante sencillo. Es una enfermedad y nada de lo que digas tiene algún valor porque se considera una patología. Si, por el otro lado, miráis a estas personas, que son mutantes, ¿cómo los llamáis? Desorden de personalidad múltiple.

Esto es lo que reside más allá de la personalidad. Esto es lo que reside más allá del «yo», gilipolleces. Porque si llevas el «yo» hasta el límite (como he dicho, estoy seguro de que muchos de nosotros lo hemos hecho) se convierte en... Todo lo que ocurre es que el «yo» pregunta al «yo».  Interminablemente, repetitivamente. «¿Lo estoy haciendo bien? ¿Esta es la manera correcta? ¿Debería pensar sobre estas personas así? ¿Debería acercarme a ellos de esta manera? ¿Debería involucrarles así?». El «yo» pregunta al «yo», interminablemente, y llega a un pico. No va a ninguna parte. A una escala nacional, lo mismo. El «yo» pregunta al «yo», el «yo» se encuentra con el «otro», fronteras iguales, guerra, destrucción... Se dirige hacia allí, allí acaba. Esa cosa acaba en desastre. Acaba en neurosis a nivel personal y acaba en guerra a nivel nacional.

Crazy Jane de la Patrulla Condenada tiene múltiples personalidades, cada una con un superpoder diferente. Doom Patrol Vol. 2 #63 (1993).

Así que empecé a pensar: «¿Con qué lo podemos reemplazar?». Y estaba mirando a estos pobres cabrones del DPM y me di cuenta de que simplemente no tienen contexto. ¿Qué pasaría si decidiésemos abandonar la personalidad y reemplazarla con un complejo de personalidad múltiple? Porque como todos sabemos... Todos los que estamos aquí, estoy seguro... Quiero decir, siento como si pudiese decir esto a ciertos seres humanos: a veces haces cosas que no quieres hacer. A veces haces cosas que son contradictorias con lo que piensas. A veces te jodes a ti mismo. ¿Por qué? Porque no hay una sola persona dentro, hay cientos. Y si empiezas a darles nombres y empiezas a barajarlas, si empiezas a jugar con ellas, te vuelves un ser humano mayor porque no te permitirás terminar en tus límites.

Imaginad la personalidad como... Vamos a elegir Windows, incluso aunque sea polémico. Imaginad la personalidad como Windows. En lugar de la personalidad... Hay mucha gente, estoy seguro de que los habéis conocido. Hablas con ellos, y ellos dicen: «No, esta es mi forma de ser. He trabajado mucho en esto. Este soy yo. Esto es importante. Esto es en lo que me he convertido y esta es la forma en la que me he hecho a mí mismo». Qué gilipollez. Es una trampa. No se van a ningún sitio, están atrapados ahí. ¿Qué pasaría si a la misma gente le diesen después Personalidad 2000? [Risas del público.] ¿Qué es una actualización y qué un accesorio? Aquí hay una parte de tu personalidad a la que le gusta el hip hop. Aquí hay una parte de tu personalidad a la que le gusta el ballet. Porque las tenemos. Y tenemos al amante, tenemos al asesino en serie dentro, tenemos al maravilloso cabrón new age... Tenemos lo que queramos. Tenemos a James Bond ahí, tenemos a Pussy Gallore ahí, todos están ahí.

Las actualizaciones de la personalidad del Joker es una propuesta que hizo Grant Morrison en Batman #663 (2007)

Así que lo que sugiero es que empecemos a trabajar desde ahí. Abandonar la personalidad, abandonar el individuo, abandonar el «yo» porque es una mentira y nos retiene. Ha sido un peso alrededor de nuestros cuellos. Fue útil los últimos dos mil años de historia porque creó esto del caos que era. Esto es más coherente, más útil, tiene más significado. Tiene sus problemas. Todo lo tiene, cada sistema los tiene, pero estamos mejorando.

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13 John Wayne Gacy (1942-1994) fue un asesino en serie estadounidense que trabajaba como payaso en fiestas infantiles. Se dedicó a la pintura durante los catorce años que estuvo en la cárcel antes de ser condenado a muerte. El director de cine John Waters y varios músicos de punk y metal compraron algunos de sus cuadros.
          

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Which new stage do you prefer? Smackdown (82%, 116 Votes) Raw (18%, 25 Votes) Total Voters: 141 New #Smackdown Stage pic.twitter.com/wp2T5ZESq9 — Turnbuckle Topics 🎙 (@TT_4You) October 4, 2019
          

Coconut Perfume   

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We all love a good price and if it is on discounted perfume it is always a welcome find. But how can we be sure that the perfume we buy is the real product? There are so many people running scams in the age of the internet?
Designer jeans, CDs,watches and even drugs are also faked, and it is difficult to understand the difference. Designer perfumes are products of great value, and they are on on the list of product counterfeiters copy.


The Internet has a huge retail market in the perfume industry and counterfeiting is knowen to happen. Just because they smell like the real thing doesn't always mean you are getting what you paid for.

A search on the Internet shows a long list of websites selling discounted perfumes. Some of these fragrances are packaged to look like the real thing but they are fake and a waste of money. They might even contain pollutants and be bad for your health.


The sad part of counterfieted perfume is won't know it is until you buy it. It may look good and even smell good at first. The problem is the fragrance may disapate so quickly you won't even know you are wearing after a short time.

As with all online purchases the reputation of the website is your best defense against scam artists. Reputable sites want repeat business from you and are in the discounted perfume business for the long haul. If you do a search for the name of the website and put the word forum or blog behind it you will be able to find out if their customers are happy or not.

Always purchase products online with a credit card. If you get duped you always have some protection and can maybe stop the transaction.

The law protects you against fraud on the Internet. If you feel you have been lied to about the quality of the product you purchased you have a right to a refund. Getting the refund is not always easy but if enough complaints are filed the site will be removed. Lrgitimate sites want to keep a good reputation and will always refund your money.


It is also a good idea to alert a fragrance manufacturer If their product is being counterfeited, they want to protect their reputation and will be agrisive in the pursuit of counterfiters.

With a little due dilegence on your part you will find websites on the internet selling discounted perfume and you will be happy that you got a good deal. You don't have to pay top dollar to enjoy top of the line perfume.
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Chalet, 6 dormitorios, 4 wc, 600m2, Valdemorillo.   

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6 habitaciones 4 baños 600 m² 1.116 EUR/m² terraza cocina amueblado tenis trastero sistema de alarma jardín piscina bien comunicado chimenea
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Karneválová maska Wonder Dude vel.110/116 - 220   

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Arriendo Apartamentos Laureles 116 mts² 3 alcobas   

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Descripción Perímetro. Código: 1896. Apartamento en excelente estado, en edificio con parqueadero doble lineal privado y para visitantes, cuarto útil, portería, ascensor, citófono, juegos infantiles, salón social, gimnasio y turco....
3 habitaciones 5 baños 116 m² 27.586 COP/m² gimnasio garage
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Casa rústica, 2 dormitorios, 2 wc, 172m2, Miguelturra.   

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El dólar opera estable a $60,09, con el mercado atento a vencimientos de deuda   

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La divisa cotiza sin cambios en bancos y agencias de la city porteña, según el promedio de Ámbito. Mañana vence el cupón con el cupón del Bonar 2020 (AO20) que implica una renta de u$s117,8 millones y culmina el viernes con el pago de la Lete U1109 que, aun luego del reperfilamiento compulsivo, implica el desembolso de u$s464 millones.

En el Banco Nación la moneda estadounidense se mantuvo sin cambios en $57 (en el canal electrónico se consiguió a $56,95).
El dólar opera estable este lunes a $60,09 en bancos y agencias de la city porteña, según el promedio de Ámbito. Sucede en una rueda en la que el mercado estará atento a los vencimientos de deuda que deberá afrontar el Gobierno por u$s 600 millones.

Comienza mañana con el cupón del Bonar 2020 (AO20) que implica una renta de u$s117,8 millones y culmina el viernes con el pago de la Lete U1109 que, aun luego del reperfilamiento compulsivo, implica el desembolso de u$s464 millones. Como informó Ámbito Financiero, se descuenta que ambas obligaciones serán atendidas y que las divisas necesarias para atender esos compromisos saldrán de las reservas internacionales.


En el Banco Nación, el billete verde se vende a $59,40, mientras que en el canal electrónico se consigue a $59,35.

Cabe recordar que el dólar cayó 13 centavos el viernes y registró su primera baja en once jornadas.

Dólar MEP y CCL

En los mercados financieros, el dólar "contado con liqui" - que surge de compra de bonos o acciones, y su posterior venta en el exterior para hacerse de divisas - avanzó el viernes con fuerza a $66,97, casi 2% más que en la víspera.

De esta forma, la brecha entre el llamado dólar cable y la cotización oficial mayorista se amplió al 16%.

A su vez, el dólar MEP o Bolsa subió un 2,7% a $63,35, lo que implicó una brecha de 9,7% frente a la cotización del MULC.

Por su parte, el dólar blue subió 25 centavos a $61,25 para la venta en cuevas de la city porteña, de acuerdo a fuentes consultadas por Ámbito.

Tasa de Leliq

El Banco Central (BCRA) convalidó una baja en la tasa de las Leliq de 100 puntos básicos respecto del jueves al finalizar a 74,98% y en la semana retrocedió 422 puntos básicos.

El total adjudicado fue de $224.716 millones sobre vencimientos por $223.919 millones y a partir de esta operatoria se generó una contracción de liquidez de $797 millones.

Futuros y reservas

En el mercado de futuros del dólar (NDF) no se vio tampoco intervenir al BCRA, se registró poco volumen ya que apenas llegó a $118 millones siendo fin de mes a $60,80 y noviembre a $64,40.

En el mercado de dinero, los bancos colocaron a una tasa bajando de 74,98%TNA de Leliq por $224.116 millones.

Por último, las reservas del Banco Central bajaron el viernes otros u$s80 millones hasta los u$s48.174 millones.



          

Трииночка: СЕРЫЙ ДЖЕМПЕР С РЕЛЬЕФНЫМ УЗОРОМ   

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РАЗМЕРЫ 36/38 (40/42). ВАМ ПОТРЕБУЕТСЯ:Пряжа (100% кашемировой шерсти; 87 м/25 г) — 350 (375) г серебристо-серой; круговые спицы №4 и 4,5 длиной 120 см; круговые спицы №6 длиной 60 см.



СЕРЫЙ ДЖЕМПЕР С РЕЛЬЕФНЫМ УЗОРОМ


УЗОРЫ И СХЕМЫ
 
РЕЗИНКА
Попеременно 2 лицевые, 2 изнаночные.
 
ЛИЦЕВАЯ ГЛАДЬ
Лицевые ряды — лицевые петли, изнаночные ряды — изнаночные петли. В круговых рядах все петли провязывать лицевыми.
 
ОСНОВНОЙ УЗОР
Вязать по схеме. В ширину петли распределить по описанию в инструкции, 1 раппорт = 38 п. между стрелками. В высоту повторять с 1-го по 68-й ряд.

ПЛОТНОСТЬ ВЯЗАНИЯ

24 п. х 31 р. = 10 х 10 см, связано основным узором; 
20 п. х 31 р. = 10 х 10 см, связано лицевой гладью. 
Образцы выполнены на спицах №4,5.


ВНИМАНИЕ!
Джемпер вяжется снизу вверх до линии плеч и от линии плеч сверху вниз как одна деталь.


ВЫКРОЙКА

ВЫПОЛНЕНИЕ РАБОТЫ

Работу начать с нижнего края спинки, на спицы №4 двойной нитью набрать скрещенными 116 (124) п. и для нижней планки вязать 7 см = 22 р. резинкой. 

Далее вязать на спицах №4,5 в следующей последовательности: кром., (4 п. лиц. глади), 114 п. основного узора, 3 раза повторить раппорт, (4 п. лиц. глади), кром. 

Через 11 см = 34 р. от нижней планки дополнительно набрать с обеих сторон для рукавов в каждом 2-м р. 5 раз по 1 п., 11 раз по 2 п., 13 раз по 3 п., 2 раза по 5 п. и 2 раза по 10 п. = 308 (316) п., прибавленные петли вязать лицевой гладью. 

Через 44 см = 138 р. от планки (= линия плеч) закрыть средние 46 п. горловины и эти петли вновь набрать в следующем ряду, далее вязать перед и рукава симметрично на всех 308 (316) п., продолжая выполнять основной узор. После выполнения нижней планки переда петли закрыть на спицах № 6 двойной нитью, как при изнаночном вязании.

СБОРКА
Для бейки горловины на круговые спицы №6 по краю горловины равномерно набрать петли, двойной нитью провязать 1 р. изнаночными, в том же ряду закрывая петли. По нижним краям рукавов аналогично выполнить закрепленный край. 

Выполнить боковые швы и швы рукавов.

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FSCast Episode 116 - George Calvert who recently became blind, our Travel Log section takes you to Seattle and Finland, JAWS Byte demonstrating how to set up voice profiles   

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Jonathan Mosen speaks with George Calvert, a user of our JAWS® screen reading software who became blind just over three years ago. An experienced professional Working in the field of information technology, he has relearned how to use a computer without sight. His free eBook, "Getting Back to Work with JAWS", is designed to help people who need to learn familiar computer skills in a new way.

Our Travel Log section takes you to Seattle, and to Finland.

And Travis Peterson brings us a JAWS Byte demonstrating how to set up voice profiles, and explaining why you'd want to.

Show Host: Jonathan Mosen

Episode 116 - George Calvert who recently became blind, our Travel Log section takes you to Seattle and Finland, JAWS Byte demonstrating how to set up voice profiles


          

10/06 Links: PMW: PA capitulates to Israel's anti-"Pay-for-Slay" law; It’s time to put an end to labeling Trump an anti-Semite; Elizabeth Warren Fundraises for Anti-Semite; Caving to BDS   

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PMW: PA capitulates to Israel's anti-"Pay-for-Slay" law
After initially refusing to accept any tax revenues Israel collected and transfered to the Palestinian Authority because Israel implemented its anti-"Pay-for-Slay" law, PA Chairman Mahmoud Abbas has now capitulated and agreed to accept the vast majority of the funds.

In February 2019, Israel's cabinet decided to implement one part of the 2018 anti-"Pay-for-Slay" law and started to deduct the sum the PA spent in 2018 paying salaries to terrorist prisoners and released prisoners from the 2019 tax revenues Israel collects and transfers to the PA.

Initially, rejecting Israel's implementation of the anti-"Pay-for-Slay" law, because he argued that paying financial rewards to Palestinian terrorists is legitimate, Abbas refused to accept the money Israel tranfered and plunged the PA into a self-made financial crisis.

"[PA] Minister of Civil Affairs [and Fatah Central Committee member] Hussein Al-Sheikh said yesterday [Feb. 10, 2019] that he has conveyed an official message at the request of [PA] President Mahmoud Abbas that emphasizes that 'He will refuse to receive the collected [tax] money if Israel deducts even one penny from it.'" [Official PA daily Al-Hayat Al-Jadida, Feb. 11, 2019]

When he made that decision, Palestinian Media Watch speculated that Abbas was probably planning to use the ensuing impoverishment of the Palestinian population as a tactic to put pressure on Israel to transfer to him the money he uses to reward terror. PMW also suggested that he was using the decision as a means to leverage the international community to put pressure on Israel to ignore its own laws. Abbas was also hoping that the international community would again side with the PA against Israel and further subsidize the PA.

As a show of his resolve to plunge the PA economy into the abyss, Abbas decided to cut the salaries of the PA's law abiding employees by 40-50% while guaranteeing the payment, in full, of the salaries to the terrorists. The PA also stopped allowing Palestinians to receive medical treatment in Israel, under the false claim that Israel was deducting $100 dollars a year for this service. This ban did not apply to senior Fatah figures like Jibril Rajoub who continued to receive medical treatment in an Israeli hospital.

Abbas' decision to accept the tax revenues, even though Israel continues to implement its anti-"Pay-for-Slay" law, reflects an understanding that all these goals have failed.
Pay for Slay with funds from UK?
The Department for International Development (DFID) must now release documents to UK Lawyers for Israel (UKLFI), having abandoned part of its appeal from the decision of the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO).

The ICO ordered DFID to disclose to UKLFI audits of accounts into which British grant aid was transferred and then used to pay salaries to convicted Palestinian terrorists. British Ministers relied on these audits when concerns were expressed that British money was being used to pay terrorists.

Various countries, including the UK, paid large sums of money into the World Bank’s Palestinian Recovery and Development Program Multi donor trust fund (PRDP-MDTF), which were then transferred to the Palestinian Authority’s Central Treasury Account.

Funds from this account were used to pay convicted terrorists, rewarding them for their crimes.

On 26 July 2019, the ICO ordered DFID to disclose the audit reports of the PRDP-MDTF and the terms on which the auditors were engaged. The ICO concluded that there was a significant public interest in the disclosure of the information, which outweighed any harm that may be done to diplomatic relations with the Palestinian Authority.

DFID had filed a Notice of Appeal on 19 August 2019, saying that it intended to appeal the release of the documents, on the grounds that the ICO’s assessment of the public interest was wrong, and that it also disputed the ICO’s conclusion that the Palestinian Authority was not a State, for the purposes of section 27 of the Freedom of Information Act.
David Singer: Netanyahu and Liberman must stop Israel’s third election in a year
Israel is surrounded by enemies – especially Iran, Hezbollah in Lebanon and Syria and Hamas in Gaza that could be tempted to exploit the fractured nature of Israel’s current political circumstances.

There are pressing political issues awaiting Israel’s next Government – most notably negotiations on President Trump’s deal of the century and Netanyahu’s election promise to annex large parts of the "West Bank."

Ending this state of suspended uncertainty has now been thrust on the shoulders of Netanyahu and Liberman – following the failure of Netanyahu and Blue and White leader Benny Gantz to achieve a deal they could both live with.

Netanyahu and Liberman would do well to heed the sage advice contained in the Ethics of the Fathers:

“Do not seek greatness for yourself, and do not lust for honor”

Achieving greatness and honor together by compromising their political expectations will secure Netanyahu and Liberman a special place in the annals of Israel.



Jonathan S. Tobin: It’s time to put an end to labeling Trump an anti-Semite
It’s that at a time when a rising tide of anti-Semitism is spreading over the globe – and Jews are facing the twin threats of white-supremacist hate from the far-Right, as well as leftist anti-Zionists seeking to delegitimize both Israel and American Jews – using it as a partisan political weapon is dangerously irresponsible.

Trump’s actions and statements are fair game for criticism and, like any other leader, can be held accountable by Congress and the courts.

But labeling him an anti-Semite is a blatant falsehood. That’s not merely because he’s clearly the most pro-Israel president America has had, in addition to someone with Jewish family, and with a staff and cabinet filled with many Jews.

It’s also true that his administration has in some respects taken anti-Semitism more seriously than his predecessors. He has ordered civil-rights investigations into attacks on Jewish students and others on US college campuses that were ignored by Obama, and Trump’s Justice Department convened a summit on the subject that addressed issues not treated seriously before this.

If anti-Semitism is just one more brickbat to be tossed around with impunity in the course of bitter and all-too-savage debate on impeachment, then those who are using it in that way are effectively saying that it’s not as important as their partisan goals.

It’s time for both Democrats and Republicans of goodwill to recognize that whatever the outcome of the impeachment battle, injecting false charges of anti-Semitism into the discussion will not advance their cause. It will, however, materially damage the fight against hate.
Elizabeth Warren Fundraises for Anti-Semite
Senator Elizabeth Warren, well-known for cultural appropriation, sent a fundraising email on behalf of Leslie Cockburn late yesterday afternoon.

Warren’s support comes well after the Republican Party of Virginia revealed that Leslie Cockburn was a “virulent anti-Semite” for espousing bizarre conspiracy theories regarding the Jewish people and Israel. It was also recently discovered that Cockburn’s work has been used as source material for a number of white nationalist organizations. Notably, at least one of those websites was responsible for promoting and organizing the deadly Charlottesville rally of last August. Cockburn’s history of anti-Semitism has been well-documented since she wrote Dangerous Liaison in the early 1990s.

It is also worth noting that Cockburn’s co-author, at a debate at Oxford in 2007, said “the Israel lobby in the United States dictates American policy.” Andrew Cockburn also had this to say about the so-called Israel Lobby: “I mean, you know, we’ve had comparisons of the National Rifle Association lobby, very powerful, supremely powerful in Congress, but you can get up and run for office against the National Rifle Association for gun control and no-one tries to demonise you or drive you out of public life. That’s different with the Israel lobby. It’s across, it’s the Congress, it’s the executive branch and it’s in the culture, in the media.”

“Either Elizabeth Warren didn’t do her homework, or she supports what Cockburn stands for; anti-Semitism.” said RPV Executive Director John Findlay. “Elizabeth Warren should answer whether she agrees with Leslie’s co-author when he said that “the Israel lobby in the United States dictates American policy.” This endorsement by a Massachusetts Democrat exemplifies the truth about Leslie Cockburn – she is an out-of-touch, out-of-state liberal who only wants to go to Congress to push a far-left agenda.”
The UN's Insane Israel Bias: Ben Shapiro on UN Watch Statistics
Ben Shapiro calls out the UN's extreme bias against Israel, reading out UN Watch's data:
The U.N. and Israel: Key Statistics from UN Watch




Seth J Frantzman: Turkey re-writes international law with “safe zone” invasion doctrine
Turkey has re-written the rules of international law in Syria, declaring that when there is a presence of what it views as a “terrorist organization,” it has a right to invade and create a “safe zone” or “peace corridor” along the border. Other countries including India, Israel, Saudi Arabia, Russia and Egypt may take note and begin to study Ankara’s doctrine that has wide implications for international affairs.

In international relations, countries generally enjoy a right to self-defense. This is enshrined in various international laws, precedent and treaty law. The UN Charter, for instance, argues in Article 2 that “All members shall refrain in their international relations from the threat or use of force against the territorial integrity or political independence of any state.” Article 51 notes that nothing in the charter “shall impair the inherent right of individual or collective self-defense.”

Ankara re-written these norms, arguing that when a country has designated an organization a “terrorist group” that it will have a right to invade the neighboring country and set up a “safe zone” along the border. This doesn’t require Ankara to present any evidence that there was a threat or attacks from northern Syria. Turkey simply took over Jarabulus and Afrin in 2016 and 2018 respectively. Now Turkey says it has a right to take over eastern Syria, redraw property lines and international borders, and settle one million Syrian refugees there, creating hundreds of towns regardless of the local population’s views.

This is a new step in international law, one which has broad implications. Israel’s conquest in 1967 of the West Bank and Golan Heights have generally been seen as illegal under international law. But Israel may now argue it is setting up a “safe zone.” This could also be Israel’s argument for distancing Hezbollah from the Lebanese border.

Wider ramifications mean that India can now argue that it needs a safe zone in Pakistan to keep extremists away from parts of the border of Kashmir. Pakistan may need to take over parts of Afghanistan to create Turkey-style safe zones. Russia can say that its role in eastern Ukraine is a “safe zone” or peace corridor. Saudi Arabia now likely needs a safe zone in Yemen. The number of safe zones that can be created on the Turkish model may be endless. Many porous borders across the Sahel in Africa mean that various countries may need to set up safe zones in the territory of their neighbor.


In English, Haaretz Whitewashes Temple Mount Killings
In an article last week on the occasion of IDF's Brig. Gen. Eran Niv wrapping up his post as commander of the Judea and Samaria Division, Haaretz's English edition whitewashes the July 2017 killing of two Druze police officers shot dead by three Israeli Arab assailants just outside the Temple Mount.

Haaretz's English edition, both in print (page 4, Sept. 29) and online refer to the "deaths of two Border Police officers" in the summer of 2017:
The perceived violation of religious symbols is a particularly potent accelerant for violence, Niv says, recalling the violence that erupted after Israel installed metal detectors at the Temple Mount in the summer of 2017, following the deaths of two Border Police officers, as well as the brief outburst that followed visits by Jews to the Temple Mount in August on Tisha B'Av, which coincided with the Muslim holiday of Eid al-Adha.

Why does the English edition fail to note that the border police officers were killed by Israeli Arab assailants leaving the Temple Mount? Indeed, violence didn't erupt only after the officers' "deaths" -- their deaths themselves, ie murders, were violent.

The Hebrew version of the same article more precisely reported that the officers were killed
China pulls out of $5B deal to develop Iranian offshore gas field
China's state oil company has pulled out of a $5 billion deal to develop a portion of Iran's massive offshore natural gas field, the Islamic republic's oil minister said Sunday, an agreement from which France's Total SA earlier withdrew over US sanctions.

The South Pars field deal, struck in the wake of Iran's 2015 nuclear deal with world powers, appears to be just the latest business casualty of America's pressure campaign on Tehran following US President Donald Trump's unilateral withdrawal of the US from the deal.

It also comes as China and the US engage in their own trade war, as Beijing and Washington levy billions of dollars of tariffs on each other's goods.

Oil Minister Bijan Zangeneh, quoted by the ministry's Petroenergy Information Network (SHANA), said Sunday that the China National Petroleum Corp. was "no longer in the project." He did not elaborate or give any reason for the withdrawal, though SHANA said the company "had pulled out of a contract" to develop the field.

Officials in Beijing didn't immediately acknowledge their decision. Phone calls to the CNPC rang unanswered on Sunday and its website bore no mention of the withdrawal.
Australia Denies Extradition of Iranian Academic to US
Australia will not extradite an Iranian academic to the United States, Australia’s attorney-general said over the weekend, following a 13-month detention of the researcher for allegedly exporting American-made military equipment to Iran.

Attorney-General Christian Porter said in a statement that “in all the circumstances of this particular case” the academic, Reza Dehbashi Kivi, should not be extradited.

“My decision was made in accordance with the requirements of Australian domestic legal processes and is completely consistent with the powers provided to the commonwealth attorney-general under our law,” Porter said.

The statement came hours after Iran had agreed to free an Australian couple from a Tehran prison who were held on spying charges. Later on Saturday, Iranian media reported that Dehbashi Kivi had already returned to Iran.

Porter would not say whether the two cases were related.

“The Australian Government does not comment on the details behind its consideration of particular cases,” Porter said in his e-mailed statement.

“And while it is likely that because of Mr Kivi’s nationality some will speculate regarding this matter, consistent with prior practice I do not intend to comment further on the particular details of this case, particularly when any such response from me may diminish our government’s capacity to deal with future matters of this type in Australia’s best interests.”
Iranian media calls on Iraqis to takeover U.S. embassy amid protests
An Iranian newspaper linked to Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei called on Iraqis to seize the US embassy in Baghdad, in a move similar to the takeover of the US embassy in Tehran during the Iranian revolution of 1979, according to Radio Farda.

"Historical evidence has shown that US embassies in all countries, even in friendly and allied countries, are the focus of conspiracy. The US Embassy in Iran is a clear and exemplary example of this bitter reality," wrote Hossein Shariatmadari, the editor of the Kayhan newspaper, in reference to the former US embassy that was taken over and held hostage during the revolution in 1979.

Documents found in the embassy in 1979 "revealed the betrayal of some Iranian political figures and exposed the countless US crimes in Iran and some other countries in the region," according to Kayhan.

The author of the Kayhan article asked "young Iraqi revolutionary believers" why they don't "end the presence of the US Embassy in Baghdad, the same espionage and conspiracy center against the oppressed Iraqi people."

Shariatmadari claimed that "There are many documents about the presence of U.S., Israeli and Saudi Wahabi agents, as well as Ba'thist elements behind the Iraqi protests."
Iranian health workers infect hundreds, including kids, with HIV - report
More than 300 people are accusing local Iranian medical officials of infecting them with the HIV virus, according to Iranian media sources.

The residents, located in the village of Chenar Mahmoud and the towns of Lordegan, Chahar Mahal and Bakhtiari, say adults and children contracted HIV from local medical centers and health clinics due to unsanitary medical practices, including from contaminated syringes used by the local health organizations during a widespread test for diabetes two months prior.

There are similar unconfirmed reports by individuals in neighboring villages.

On Saturday, large groups of the affected townspeople, along with their loved ones and supporters, stormed the office of the Friday Prayer Imam and set it ablaze. Another group protested in front of the governor's building in the province, demanding that the courts investigate the case.

Radio Farda and the Mehr-news agency (MNA) both reported on the incidents.

"A limited number of 'opportunists' attempted to create disruption and sedition outside the Governor's building, but failed," MNA reported about the incident in front of the governor's office.
Merkel’s gov’t says Iran’s call to ‘wipe Israel off the map’ not antisemitic
German Chancellor Angela Merkel’s government declared the Iranian regime’s call to obliterate the Jewish state is not an expression of antisemitism in an eye-popping statement to The Jerusalem Post on Friday.

On October 1, Merkel’s Foreign Ministry merely labeled the call to destroy Israel by commander-in-chief of Iran’s Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) Gen. Hossein Salami “anti-Israel rhetoric.”

When the Post asked the Merkel administration if it agrees with the statement of its foreign ministry, a spokesman told the Post: “We have nothing to add to the reply of the foreign office.”

The Post specifically asked if Salami’s statements are antisemitic.

In late September, Salami delivered his call to exterminate the Jewish state before an audience of IRGC leaders that was publicized by the state-funded IRNA agency, as well as other Iranian regime-controlled outlets.

Salami said that “This sinister regime must be wiped off the map and this is no longer… a dream [but] it is an achievable goal.”

He added that his country has “managed to obtain the capacity to destroy the impostor Zionist regime” 40 years after the 1979 Islamic revolution.




JPost Editorial: Caving to BDS
We don’t believe that Lovato is an antisemite but she does need to understand that by backtracking on her praise for Israel, she is playing into the hands of antisemites and forces that seek Israel’s destruction.

By caving to BDS pressure, Lovato let herself be used as a political tool. She backtracked on her praise for Israel out of some distorted sense of solidarity with the Palestinian cause.

It is true that Israel has an unsettled conflict with the Palestinians and this paper is not alone within Israel of calling – repeatedly – on the government to find ways to reengage with the Palestinian Authority and to work toward a solution.

The BDS movement, Lovato should know, does not want peace and is not interested in a two-state solution. It openly seeks the elimination of Israel as the nation-state of the Jewish people, a right afforded to Israel by the United Nations.

Like Lorde, Lovato has joined the forces that believe the Jewish people do not deserve that right. They hold Israel to a double standard and believe that song line out the Jews is okay and not hypocritical or wrong.

She may have distanced herself from Israel and apologized for visiting here, but she needn’t be “Sorry, not Sorry,” as her famous hit song goes. Israelis might not get to hear her perform anytime soon in Jerusalem or Tel Aviv but they will get to hear Celine Dion next summer. Our hearts, as Dion famously sings, will go on.
A beginner’s guide to the SJP national conference
In a surprise to nobody, Students for Justice in Palestine (SJP) announced that its upcoming national conference, set to commence on November 1, will be held on the University of Minnesota Campus in Minneapolis (UMN). Why is this not a surprise? Because Minneapolis happens to be the district of antisemitic Congresswoman Ilhan Omar, a prominent figure in the Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions movement against Israel.

This is not a coincidence. In fact, the very first goal stated on the conference website is to capitalize on shifts in the political climate, represented by the elections of BDS supporters Rep. Omar and Rep. Rashida Tlaib. However, the real shift in the political climate – one that SJP itself has played a substantial role in – is the resurgence of the world’s “oldest hatred” in the US under the guise of BDS.

Countless articles and in-depth studies have delineated the various calls for violence by the SJP leadership, as well as their intimate connection with Palestinian terrorist organizations like Hamas, Hezbollah, Palestinian Islamic Jihad, and the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine (PFLP), all of which thrive off an ideology of Jew-hatred. It’s not just the leadership that is guilty of promoting antisemitism, but many student members of SJP as well.

How many times must an SJP chapter host convicted terrorists like Rasmea Odeh at its events before they are called out for their antisemitism? How many social media posts fawning over convicted terrorist Marwan Barghouti and PFLP founder George Habash must be shared by official SJP accounts until the tech overlords ban SJP from their platforms? How many T-shirts glorifying PFLP terrorist Leila Khaled must be sold at their events before the world opens its eyes?
HonestReporting's Daniel Pomerantz Exposes BDS Co-founder Omar Barghouti
HonestReporting's Executive Director Daniel Pomerantz goes head to head with on live television with Omar Barghouti, one of the founders of the Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions movement against Israel. This is a 3 minute highlight reel. For the full 20 minute segment click here: https://youtu.be/xq0XUFpVoCA
This was originally aired on CGTN's The Heat news talk program. CGTN is China's English language international channel, with an estimated global viewership of 4 million.


Financial Times misleads on Muslim antisemitism
A Sept. 27th Financial Times book review written by David Feldman, director of the UK based Pears Institute for the Study of Antisemitism, gave a mostly positive account of “How to Fight Anti-Semitism” by NY Times editor Barri Weiss.

However, on the topic of Muslim antisemitism, Feldman is critical.

Weiss is strong on how rightwing anti-Semitism functions, and she scores some hits in her attacks on the left and radical Islam. But sometimes she misses the target. Her writing about anti-Semitism among Muslims is a case in point. It is because of the growing Muslim presence, Weiss claims, that “it is dangerous to be a Jew in Europe.” In fact, so far as we can tell, most anti-Semitism in Britain stems from white men who are nominally Christian.

This is extremely misleading.

Whilst it’s narrowly true that most antisemitic incidents in the UK are committed by “white men”, this is not a terribly significant fact given the overwhelming majority of British citizens are white. When taking into account antisemitic incidents by perpetrator, based on the size of racial and religious groups, CST’s 2018 report demonstrates that Muslims commit acts of antisemitism at a rate disproportionate to their numbers. (page 8 of the report)

Further, according to a major 2017 study of antisemitic attitudes in the UK, by the Institute for Jewish Policy Research and CST, levels of antisemitism in the UK are “2 to 4 times higher among Muslims compared to the general population“.
The BBC’s take on ‘Zionism’
On its website, the BBC has an animated series entitled An A-Z of -isms – including one episode titled “Zionism: A Very Brief History” – and gives this strapline: “Writers, academics and thinkers share their takes on some of the world’s most important ideas (plus a few fun ones).”

The corporation declares that it is “the world’s leading public service broadcaster,” and creates “distinctive, world-class programmes and content which inform, educate and entertain millions of people in the UK and around the world.” Therefore, although, so far, only 79,300 or so of those millions have clicked the Zionism animation, it must be remembered that it is on the BBC’s website and not on some obscure ranter’s internet outlet.

As it is, for now, one of the most viewed -isms, it cannot be ignored and remains relevant. Also, Israel is a subject close to the BBC’s keyboards.

In setting itself up as educator, and because it is here dealing with “some of the world’s most important ideas,” the BBC is duty-bound to ensure editorial rigor of its content. Yet, the corporation shirks this duty when it complacently defers it to the author of the “potted history” of Zionism. Using drab and noisy illustrative cartoons that are in some cases inaccurate and inappropriate, with the voice-over veering high and low, further underlines the utter slovenliness of this BBC product.

Clearly, the Zionism -ism was also a “fun one” of the -isms. Theodor Herzl gets tomatoes thrown at him, Jews are swivel-eyed and other such – it adds up to a bit of a list in this 3.08-minute agitated animation.

Who or what was editing Colin Shindler’s “take” on Zionism? You won’t find out who Herzl was, a Jew, because you’re not told.

You are also not told about how Europe, with its fanatical crusades, was long ago set on its path to Hitler’s “Final Solution.” Nor is there any mention of the horrifically violent history of antisemitism across Europe, in which entire villages of Jews were regularly burned to the ground – and this was before the Spanish and Portuguese Inquisitions, the latter of which was a wedding gift of sorts. Alfred Dreyfus was dispensable and so Shindler dispensed with him, and with this swipe, a major defining point in modern Jewish history is elided.

Russian antisemitism – the only mention of “antisemitism” – is quickly and quaintly dismissed as a “heavy hand.” Also not mentioned is the specially coined Russian term, “pogrom,” with all the wanton and brutal destruction of whole Jewish communities that it entailed. It is interesting, though, how the word “Diaspora” is used, without any irony about the way in which it has become a common term, far beyond the Jewish context – a bit like pogrom (but then again, it was not mentioned). Whereas Herzl got tomatoes thrown at him, “Arab nationalism” is treated reverentially. Not even one falafel flies (but then again, falafels are Pharaonic).
CAMERA Arabic prompts correction of three inaccuracies in one BBC report
A BBC article published on September 24th on the network’s Arabic website was corrected last week (no earlier than October 1st, based on the date attributed to a cached copy of the inaccurate version) following a complaint made by CAMERA Arabic on the day of publication.

The article – which aimed to provide a detailed, informed introduction to Israel’s major Arab parties – contained three factual errors, one memorable typo and one major omission – all in one subsection.

Under the headline “What are the components of the Joint Arab List in the Israeli Knesset and [what are] their orientations?”, the article discussed the Joint List – a union of four Israeli parties, three of which self-identify as “Arab” while the fourth, Hadash, describes itself as “Arab-Jewish” (although the vast majority of its voters are estimated to be Arab).

The inaccuracies appeared in the part of the article portraying one of the Joint List’s components: the nationalist Arab party of the National Democratic Alliance (Balad). The correction addressed all the issues raised by CAMERA Arabic. (all translations, emphasis and in-bracket remarks are by CAMERA Arabic unless otherwise specified)
Anti-Semitic hate crimes in NYC have risen significantly in 2019
The number of hate crimes against Jews in New York City has risen significantly over the first nine months of this year, part of a citywide rise in such offenses.

The New York Police Department has reported 311 total hate crimes through September, as opposed to 250 reported through the same period in 2018, according to Deputy Inspector Mark Molinari, who heads the department’s Hate Crimes Task Force.

Molinari said 52 percent of the reported hate crimes, or 163, have targeted Jews. Over the same period last year, the NYPD reported 108 anti-Semitic hate crimes.

At a meeting Thursday with Jewish philanthropists, Molinari discussed the numbers and how to prevent anti-Semitic crimes in the city. He recounted a list of anti-Jewish hate crimes that had made the news just this week:
- Two Jewish men had their hats knocked off by a group of teens.
- A separate group of children broke the windows of a Brooklyn synagogue during the Rosh Hashanah holiday.
- Also during the holiday, a third group of kids harassed a Jewish woman, pulling off her scarf and wig.
Robert Kraft names new exec. director of Foundation To Combat Anti-Semitism
Robert Kraft, chairman and CEO of the Kraft Group, announced today the hiring of Dr. Rachel Fish as the founding executive director of the Foundation to Combat Anti-Semitism. Fish will begin her new role on Monday, October 7.

Kraft established this new foundation in response to the growing rise in antisemitism in the U.S. and abroad, particularly in light of the spread of hateful rhetoric online and the initiation of hate crimes against the Jewish people through social media. He announced the foundation when he was awarded the Genesis Prize in June in Jerusalem, along with his own $20 million founding investment and the generous donations of others.

“I am thrilled to have Rachel lead this new and important effort,” Kraft said. “Rachel’s education, experience and, most importantly, her commitment make her the right person for this role. She is equipped to face the growing epidemic of antisemitism with tenacity and a proven track record of progress through a lifetime of work in this arena. Our family is honored and privileged to have Rachel lead this new foundation, which is so close to our hearts.”

Fish brings with her a thorough background and history in the fight against antisemitism, including a strong academic understanding of the issues and varied experience in advocacy work. Most recently, Rachel was Senior Advisor and Resident Scholar of Jewish/Israel Philanthropy at The Paul E. Singer Foundation in New York City where she aided in developing the strategic approach for the foundation’s giving and worked directly with practitioners to implement their missions and initiatives.
Turkey’s Kanter Says He Was Harassed by Erdogan Supporters
Boston Celtics and Turkey center Enes Kanter said he had been harassed outside a Massachusetts mosque on Friday by two men he described as supporters of Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan.

Kanter, who filmed the incident and posted it on Twitter, is an outspoken critic of the Turkish regime and its human rights record.

He was indicted by a Turkish court last year on charges of belonging to an armed terrorist group, which he denies.

“Erdogan thugs attacked and threatened me today after Friday prayers in Boston at a mosque,” he wrote.

“Turkish Government don’t even let me practice my religion freely in America let alone my freedom of speech is under attack.”

The video does not show any physical violence, but Kanter is clearly agitated as a crowd gathers around him on the sidewalk, and he seems particularly annoyed by one man who is not speaking English.

“I told you America, this is crazy,” Kanter said in the video.
Israeli defense firm Elbit secures $153 million drone deal with Asian country
Israel defense firm Elbit has secured a drone deal with an Asian country worth approximately $153 million, the company said on Sunday.

The contract will comprise a networked, multi-layer drone system, with aerial vehicles of varying sizes and capabilities, and will be delivered to the unnamed southeast Asia country over a 22-month period.

The materiel will include over 1,000 of Elbit’s THOR mini-drones, which look like consumer rotor drones and are meant to carry out surveillance and reconnaissance operations. The unmanned aircraft can fly at altitudes of 2,000 feet and at 65 kilometers per hour (40 mph).

It will also include dozens of Skylark drones, small aircraft launched and operated by a team of two that are widely used by the Israel Defense Forces. The Sky Rider, as it is known in Hebrew, is a tactical surveillance drone operated by the Artillery Corps that provides a live video feed to soldiers on the ground.
Israeli innovation is about to disrupt the fruit industry
“Disruption” is a common superlative applied to technology startups. Craigslist disrupted the classified advertising business. Uber and Lyft have disrupted the taxi industry.

Now, a new Israeli company aims to disrupt the fruit market, encompassing some 116 million acres of fruit orchards globally.

Markets in general are ripe for disruption when inefficiencies eat away at their core. The issue with fruit is knowing how much the trees on a farm will produce in a given year.

In industrial farming, this is known as “yield estimation” and it’s accomplished today in a remarkably low-tech way: Farm crews do a manual, visual “count” from the sampling of a few randomly selected trees in the field or in photographic images. From there, they extrapolate to the entire orchard.

But because it’s very difficult to distinguish unripe green fruit from green leaves, inaccuracies ranging from 30% to 40% are common. And wrong yield estimation results in less (or even no) profitability.
Pre-Mossad: How one man used espionage to bring Poland's Jews to Israel
Miri Nahari’s father, Tzvi Netzer, was the point-man for pre-Mossad clandestine efforts bringing 250,000 out of 300,000 Jewish Holocaust survivors from Poland to Israel.

Despite that near-miraculous accomplishment, strangely, Netzer is not as much of an international household name as his boss, Shaul Avigur.

Avigur helped found the Haganah’s intelligence wing, and at points headed all of Mossad Aliyah Bet and Nativ – which, respectively, brought massive numbers of European and Russian Jews to Israel.

Still, Netzer was the operational leader on the ground for “the Bricha” (the Jewish Escape) in Poland.

That meant getting Jews out of Poland post-World War II and essentially made him the pre-Mossad Israeli intelligence station chief in one of the key countries in Europe for Jewish survivors.

But before he got to that point, he, in typical Mossad-level spellbinding style, survived quite a few precarious situations, Nehari tells The Jerusalem Post Magazine with a flicker in her eye.

At this point, Nehari herself is a grandmother, and spent aspects of her career carrying out important activities for the state.
Her dynamic and bubbly personality is on full display as we make small talk and she offers a hot drink in the living room of her Ramat Hasharon home.
'A great privilege to see Ari rejoice in Trump's J'lem decision'
US Ambassador to Israel David Friedman eulogized Ari Fuld in Gush Etzion Sunday evening, lauding the murdered father of four as an ‘outstanding American, an outstanding Israeli, and an outstanding Jew’.

Speaking during a ceremony marking the first yahrzeit (anniversary of his death) of Fuld in Gush Etzion south of Jerusalem, Friedman recalled Fuld’s pro-Israel activism, and his jubilation over the White House’s decision to move the US embassy in Israel from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem.

“The voice of your brother cries out to me from this ground…and it reminds us, as only Ari can, that we must always stand for the truth. I remember how excited Ari was on the day that we opened the United States Embassy in Jerusalem, some 17 months ago,” said Friedman.

“He issued several moving videos. Through all his excitement and all his commentary, the point that reverberated over and over again was not that the opening of the embassy was good, not that it was the right policy, not that it was appropriate or that it was just. Rather what Ari said was that the moving of the embassy to Jerusalem was an act in solidarity with the truth.

“The United States did not discover something new when it opened our embassy there. Rather, the United States was the first among nations to take a stand for the truth, in recognizing Jerusalem’s undeniable eternal status as the capital of Israel, and Ari implicitly recognized this.”

“It was a great privilege to see Ari rejoice at President Trump’s decision. While we had no doubt that we had taken the right path, positive reinforcement from an American and an Israeli and a Jew of Ari’s stature was most welcome.”

Friedman went on to call Fuld, who was murdered in a stabbing attack by a Palestinian Arab terrorist near the Gush Etzion bloc last year, a ‘proud American, Israeli, and Jew’.
Yahya, a Muslim Arab Israeli Combat Soldier


5,000-year-old NYC-style metropolis uncovered in northern Israel
The ruins of a 5,000-year-old megalopolis were uncovered in northern Israel, the Antiquities Authority announced on Sunday, in one of the most significant archaeological findings in recent history.

The ruins were discovered in a major excavation project in the Ein Assur site near Harish. According to the IAA, the city was the largest and most central one in the area during the Bronze Age. According to the archaeologists, about 6,000 people lived there, a huge number at the time.

“About the same time that the first pharaoh established his rule over Egypt, this city was founded,” IAA official Yitzhak Paz, explained in a video, calling the city “the New York of that era.”

Paz explained that the location offered exceptionally good conditions to settle, such as sources of water and strategic proximity to ancient commercial routes.

The city was fortified and its urban design is clearly visible, he added.

The ruins clearly show a web of roads and alleys, as well as the design of the buildings. Among the most unique structures uncovered, was a temple where religious rituals were performed. A seal imprint featuring the figure of a stylized man raising his hands in prayer and a head figurine were found at the site.

An even earlier settlement, dating to the Chalcolithic period from 7,000 years ago, was uncovered in deeper excavations made beneath this city's houses. It seems that two abundant springs originating in the area in antiquity were a site of attraction throughout the period.

According to the authority, the finding will change everything scholars know about the urbanization process in the Land of Israel in ancient times.



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292 -1.6 -1.28799 2.59828; 293 -1.6 -1.78554 2.28514;
294 -1.6 -2.04087 2.04011; 295 -1.6 -0.73777 -2.80459;
296 -1.6 -0.156727 -2.89576; 297 -1.6 -1.28847 -2.59805;
298 -1.6 -1.78617 -2.28465; 299 -1.6 -2.2104 -1.87727;
300 -1.6 -2.04074 -2.04028; 301 -1.6 2.04616 -2.04996;
302 -1.6 2.04598 2.04543; 303 -1.6 -2.20971 1.87808;
304 -1.8 2.90039 -0.000419; 305 -1.8 2.84039 -0.584973;
306 -1.8 2.66401 -1.1459; 307 -1.8 2.3781 -1.65971; 308 -1.8 1.99443 -2.10529;
309 -1.8 1.52876 -2.46432; 310 -1.8 1.00025 -2.72204;
311 -1.8 0.430612 -2.86785; 312 -1.8 -0.00338 -2.89836;
313 -1.8 2.84039 0.584973; 314 -1.8 2.66401 1.1459; 315 -1.8 2.3781 1.65971;
316 -1.8 1.52876 2.46432; 317 -1.8 1.99443 2.10529; 318 -1.8 1.00025 2.72204;
319 -1.8 0.430612 2.86785; 320 -1.8 -0.156727 2.89576;
321 -1.8 0.000495 2.88829; 322 -1.8 -0.737514 2.80465;
323 -1.8 -1.28799 2.59828; 324 -1.8 -1.78554 2.28514;
325 -1.8 -2.04087 2.04011; 326 -1.8 -0.73777 -2.80459;
327 -1.8 -0.156727 -2.89576; 328 -1.8 -1.28847 -2.59805;
329 -1.8 -1.78617 -2.28465; 330 -1.8 -2.2104 -1.87727;
331 -1.8 -2.04074 -2.04028; 332 -1.8 -2.20971 1.87808;
338 -1.8 2.04616 -2.04996; 339 -1.8 2.04598 2.04543;
340 -0.2 -2.21005 0.000405; 341 -0.2 -1.86705 0.000277;
342 -1.6 0.342949 -0.000407; 343 -1.6 0.242289 -0.243141;
344 -1.6 1.80366 1.80313; 345 -1.6 -0.242482 -0.24305;
346 -1.6 -1.79832 1.79759; 347 -0.2 -0.343051 -0.00029;
348 -1.6 -2.21005 0.000405; 349 -1.6 -1.86705 0.000277;
350 -1.6 -0.343051 -0.00029; 351 -1.6 -1.35905 8.8e-005;
352 -0.2 -1.10505 -7e-006; 353 -1.6 -0.851051 -0.000101;
354 -0.2 1.08095 -0.000418; 355 -0.2 2.55695 -0.000418;
356 -1.6 0.89656 -0.000409; 357 -1.6 2.55739 -0.000417;
358 -1.6 1.45017 -0.000412; 359 -1.6 2.00378 -0.000415;
360 -0.2 1.81895 -0.000418; 361 -0.2 -0.762857 -0.763893;
362 -0.2 -1.80361 -1.80556; 364 -1.6 -0.632763 -0.633676;
365 -1.6 -1.80361 -1.80556; 367 -0.2 -1.28323 -1.28472;
368 -1.6 -1.02304 -1.0243; 369 -1.6 -1.41333 -1.41493;
370 -0.2 0.763755 -0.763556; 371 -0.2 1.80608 -1.80497;
372 -0.2 1.28319 1.28271; 373 -0.2 0.242267 0.241879;
374 -0.2 -1.27946 1.27881; 375 -0.2 -0.241753 0.241248;
376 -1.6 0.632672 -0.634162; 377 -1.6 1.80382 -1.80722;
378 -1.6 1.41331 1.41282; 379 -1.6 0.242267 0.24189; 380 -1.6 -1.40918 1.4085;
381 -1.6 -0.241753 0.24126; 382 -0.2 1.28492 -1.28426;
383 -1.6 1.02305 -1.02518; 384 -1.6 1.41344 -1.4162;
385 -0.2 -0.760608 0.760027; 386 -1.6 -1.02004 1.01942;
387 -1.6 -0.630894 0.630341; 388 -0.2 0.762731 0.762296;
389 -1.6 1.02296 1.02251; 390 -1.6 0.632615 0.632201;
MEMBER INCIDENCES
1 1 2; 2 2 3; 3 3 4; 4 5 6; 5 6 7; 6 7 8; 7 8 9; 8 10 1; 9 11 10; 10 12 11;
11 13 14; 12 15 13; 13 16 15; 14 17 18; 15 17 19; 16 19 20; 17 20 21; 18 21 22;
19 23 24; 20 25 23; 21 26 25; 22 27 28; 29 4 35; 30 36 12; 31 18 16; 32 24 9;
33 28 26; 34 22 29; 35 37 38; 36 39 40; 37 39 41; 38 42 43; 39 39 44; 40 39 45;
41 46 47; 42 48 49; 43 49 39; 44 44 50; 45 51 52; 46 53 39; 47 53 54; 48 55 56;
49 54 57; 50 57 58; 51 58 59; 52 56 60; 53 60 61; 54 61 53; 55 39 61; 56 61 49;
57 49 60; 58 60 48; 59 62 63; 60 56 63; 61 56 48; 62 63 48; 63 39 54; 64 54 44;
65 44 57; 66 57 50; 67 50 58; 68 50 51; 69 58 51; 70 64 65; 71 65 66; 72 66 67;
73 68 69; 74 69 70; 75 70 71; 76 71 52; 77 72 64; 78 73 72; 79 74 73; 80 75 76;
81 77 75; 82 78 77; 83 79 62; 84 79 80; 85 80 81; 86 81 82; 87 82 46; 88 83 84;
89 85 83; 90 86 85; 91 87 88; 92 67 89; 93 42 74; 94 62 78; 95 84 52; 96 88 86;
97 46 90; 98 91 92; 99 92 93; 100 93 94; 101 95 96; 102 96 97; 103 97 98;
104 98 99; 105 100 91; 106 101 100; 107 102 101; 108 103 104; 109 105 103;
110 106 105; 111 107 108; 112 107 109; 113 109 110; 114 110 111; 115 111 112;
116 113 114; 117 115 113; 118 116 115; 119 117 118; 120 94 119; 121 120 102;
122 108 106; 123 114 99; 124 118 116; 125 112 121; 126 122 123; 127 123 124;
128 124 125; 129 126 127; 130 127 128; 131 128 129; 132 129 130; 133 131 122;
134 132 131; 135 133 132; 136 134 135; 137 136 134; 138 137 136; 139 138 139;
140 138 140; 141 140 141; 142 141 142; 143 142 143; 144 144 145; 145 146 144;
146 147 146; 147 148 149; 148 125 150; 149 151 133; 150 139 137; 151 145 130;
152 149 147; 153 143 152; 154 153 154; 155 154 155; 156 155 156; 157 157 158;
158 158 159; 159 159 160; 160 160 161; 161 162 153; 162 163 162; 163 164 163;
164 165 166; 165 167 165; 166 168 167; 167 169 170; 168 169 171; 169 171 172;
170 172 173; 171 173 174; 172 175 176; 173 177 175; 174 178 177; 175 179 180;
176 156 181; 177 182 164; 178 170 168; 179 176 161; 180 180 178; 181 174 183;
182 184 185; 183 185 186; 184 186 187; 185 188 189; 186 189 190; 187 190 38;
188 38 191; 189 192 184; 190 193 192; 191 194 193; 192 195 196; 193 197 195;
194 198 197; 195 199 200; 196 199 201; 197 201 202; 198 202 203; 199 203 204;
200 205 206; 201 207 205; 202 208 207; 203 209 210; 204 187 211; 205 212 194;
206 200 198; 207 206 191; 208 210 208; 209 204 213; 210 214 215; 211 215 216;
212 216 217; 213 218 219; 214 219 220; 215 220 37; 216 37 221; 217 222 214;
218 223 222; 219 224 223; 220 225 226; 221 227 225; 222 228 227; 223 229 230;
224 229 231; 225 231 232; 226 232 233; 227 233 234; 228 235 236; 229 237 235;
230 238 237; 231 239 240; 232 217 241; 233 242 224; 234 230 228; 235 236 221;
236 240 238; 237 234 243; 238 244 245; 239 245 246; 240 246 247; 241 248 249;
242 249 250; 243 250 251; 244 251 252; 245 253 244; 246 254 253; 247 255 254;
248 256 257; 249 258 256; 250 259 258; 251 260 261; 252 260 262; 253 262 263;
254 263 264; 255 264 265; 256 266 267; 257 268 266; 258 269 268; 259 270 271;
260 247 272; 261 273 255; 262 261 259; 263 267 252; 264 271 269; 265 265 274;
266 275 276; 267 276 277; 268 277 278; 269 279 280; 270 280 281; 271 281 282;
272 282 59; 273 283 275; 274 284 283; 275 285 284; 276 286 287; 277 288 286;
278 289 288; 279 290 55; 280 290 291; 281 291 292; 282 292 293; 283 293 294;
284 295 296; 285 297 295; 286 298 297; 287 299 300; 288 278 301; 289 302 285;
290 55 289; 291 296 59; 292 300 298; 293 294 303; 294 304 305; 295 305 306;
296 306 307; 297 308 309; 298 309 310; 299 310 311; 300 311 312; 301 313 304;
302 314 313; 303 315 314; 304 316 317; 305 318 316; 306 319 318; 307 320 321;
308 320 322; 309 322 323; 310 323 324; 311 324 325; 312 326 327; 313 328 326;
314 329 328; 315 330 331; 322 307 338; 323 339 315; 324 321 319; 325 327 312;
326 331 329; 327 325 332; 328 340 341; 329 317 287; 330 287 257; 331 257 226;
332 226 196; 333 196 166; 334 166 135; 335 135 104; 336 104 76; 337 76 14;
338 14 36; 340 76 42; 342 104 120; 344 135 151; 351 317 339; 352 287 302;
353 257 273; 354 226 242; 355 196 212; 356 166 182; 357 316 286; 358 286 256;
359 256 225; 360 225 195; 361 195 165; 362 165 134; 363 134 103; 365 315 285;
366 285 255; 367 255 224; 368 224 194; 369 194 164; 370 164 133; 371 133 102;
372 102 74; 373 74 12; 374 314 284; 375 284 254; 376 254 223; 377 223 193;
378 193 163; 379 163 132; 380 132 101; 381 101 73; 382 73 11; 383 318 288;
384 288 258; 385 258 227; 386 227 197; 387 197 167; 388 167 136; 389 136 105;
390 105 77; 391 77 15; 392 319 289; 393 289 259; 394 259 228; 395 228 198;
396 198 168; 397 168 137; 398 137 106; 399 106 78; 400 78 16; 410 320 290;
411 290 260; 412 260 229; 413 229 199; 414 199 169; 415 169 138; 416 138 107;
417 107 79; 418 79 17; 419 322 291; 420 291 262; 421 262 231; 422 231 201;
423 201 171; 424 171 140; 425 140 109; 426 109 80; 427 80 19; 428 323 292;
429 292 263; 430 263 232; 431 232 202; 432 202 172; 433 172 141; 434 141 110;
435 110 81; 436 81 20; 437 324 293; 438 293 264; 439 264 233; 440 233 203;
441 203 173; 442 173 142; 443 142 111; 444 111 82; 445 82 21; 455 332 303;
456 303 274; 457 274 243; 458 243 213; 459 213 183; 460 183 152; 461 152 121;
462 121 90; 463 90 29; 464 313 283; 465 283 253; 466 253 222; 467 222 192;
468 192 162; 469 162 131; 470 131 100; 471 100 72; 472 72 10; 473 304 275;
474 275 244; 475 244 214; 476 214 184; 477 184 153; 478 153 122; 479 122 91;
480 91 1; 481 305 276; 482 276 245; 483 245 215; 484 215 185; 485 185 154;
486 154 123; 487 123 92; 488 92 65; 489 65 2; 490 306 277; 491 277 246;
492 246 216; 493 216 186; 494 186 155; 495 155 124; 496 124 93; 497 93 66;
498 66 3; 499 307 278; 500 278 247; 501 247 217; 502 217 187; 503 187 156;
504 156 125; 505 125 94; 506 94 67; 507 67 4; 517 35 5; 518 68 5; 519 95 68;
520 126 95; 521 157 126; 522 188 157; 523 218 188; 524 248 218; 525 279 248;
526 308 279; 527 338 308; 528 301 279; 529 272 248; 530 241 218; 531 211 188;
532 181 157; 533 150 126; 534 119 95; 535 89 68; 536 309 280; 537 280 249;
538 249 219; 539 219 189; 540 189 158; 541 158 127; 542 127 96; 543 96 69;
544 69 6; 545 310 281; 546 281 250; 547 250 220; 548 220 190; 549 190 159;
550 159 128; 551 128 97; 552 97 70; 553 70 7; 554 311 282; 555 282 251;
556 251 37; 557 38 160; 558 160 129; 559 129 98; 560 98 71; 561 71 8;
571 327 296; 572 296 267; 573 267 236; 574 236 206; 575 206 176; 576 176 145;
577 145 114; 578 114 84; 579 84 24; 580 326 295; 581 295 266; 582 266 235;
583 235 205; 584 205 175; 585 175 144; 586 144 113; 587 113 83; 588 83 23;
589 328 297; 590 297 268; 591 268 237; 592 237 207; 593 207 177; 594 177 146;
595 146 115; 596 115 85; 597 85 25; 598 329 298; 599 298 269; 600 269 238;
601 238 208; 602 208 178; 603 178 147; 604 147 116; 605 116 86; 606 86 26;
616 330 299; 617 299 270; 618 270 209; 619 209 179; 620 179 148; 621 148 117;
622 117 87; 623 87 27; 630 53 342; 631 53 343; 632 302 344; 633 53 345;
634 294 346; 635 347 39; 636 348 349; 637 350 53; 638 349 351; 639 350 347;
640 349 341; 641 341 352; 642 351 353; 643 353 350; 644 352 347; 645 353 347;
646 353 352; 647 351 352; 648 351 341; 649 40 354; 650 355 64; 651 342 356;
652 357 275; 653 342 40; 654 357 355; 655 356 358; 656 358 359; 657 359 357;
658 354 360; 659 360 355; 660 359 355; 661 359 360; 662 358 360; 663 358 354;
664 356 354; 665 356 40; 666 45 361; 668 345 364; 670 365 362; 671 345 45;
672 361 367; 673 367 362; 674 364 368; 675 368 369; 676 369 365; 677 41 370;
678 371 89; 679 43 372; 680 373 39; 681 47 374; 682 375 39; 683 343 376;
684 377 301; 685 344 378; 686 379 53; 687 346 380; 688 381 53; 689 370 382;
690 382 371; 691 376 383; 692 383 384; 693 384 377; 694 377 371; 695 371 384;
696 384 382; 697 382 383; 698 383 370; 699 370 376; 700 376 41; 701 343 41;
702 374 385; 703 385 375; 704 380 386; 705 386 387; 706 387 381; 707 381 375;
708 375 387; 709 387 385; 710 385 386; 711 386 374; 712 374 380; 713 380 47;
714 346 47; 715 372 388; 716 388 373; 717 378 389; 718 389 390; 719 390 379;
720 379 373; 721 373 390; 722 390 388; 723 388 389; 724 389 372; 725 372 378;
726 378 43; 727 344 43; 728 362 369; 729 369 367; 730 367 368; 731 368 361;
732 361 364; 733 364 45; 950 362 88; 951 365 300; 952 312 59; 953 59 252;
954 252 221; 955 221 191; 956 191 161; 957 161 130; 958 130 99; 959 99 52;
960 52 9; 961 321 55; 962 55 261; 963 261 230; 964 230 200; 965 200 170;
966 170 139; 967 139 108; 968 108 62; 969 62 18; 970 28 88; 971 88 118;
972 118 149; 973 149 180; 974 180 210; 975 210 240; 976 240 271; 977 271 300;
978 300 331; 979 325 294; 980 294 265; 981 265 234; 982 234 204; 983 204 174;
984 174 143; 985 143 112; 986 112 46; 987 46 22; 988 340 348; 989 103 75;
990 75 13;
ELEMENT INCIDENCES SHELL
734 324 293 303 332; 735 293 264 274 303; 736 264 233 243 274;
737 233 203 213 243; 738 203 173 183 213; 739 173 142 152 183;
740 142 111 121 152; 741 111 82 90 121; 742 82 21 29 90; 743 81 20 21 82;
744 110 81 82 111; 745 141 110 111 142; 746 172 141 142 173;
747 202 172 173 203; 748 232 202 203 233; 749 263 232 233 264;
750 292 263 264 293; 751 323 292 293 324; 752 80 19 20 81; 753 109 80 81 110;
754 140 109 110 141; 755 171 140 141 172; 756 201 171 172 202;
757 231 201 202 232; 758 262 231 232 263; 759 291 262 263 292;
760 322 291 292 323; 761 79 17 19 80; 762 107 79 80 109; 763 138 107 109 140;
764 169 138 140 171; 765 199 169 171 201; 766 229 199 201 231;
767 260 229 231 262; 768 290 260 262 291; 769 320 290 291 322; 779 77 15 16 78;
780 105 77 78 106; 781 136 105 106 137; 782 167 136 137 168;
783 197 167 168 198; 784 227 197 198 228; 785 258 227 228 259;
786 288 258 259 289; 787 318 288 289 319; 788 75 13 15 77; 789 103 75 77 105;
790 134 103 105 136; 791 165 134 136 167; 792 195 165 167 197;
793 225 195 197 227; 794 256 225 227 258; 795 286 256 258 288;
796 316 286 288 318; 797 76 14 13 75; 798 104 76 75 103; 799 135 104 103 134;
800 166 135 134 165; 801 196 166 165 195; 802 226 196 195 225;
803 257 226 225 256; 804 287 257 256 286; 805 317 287 286 316; 806 74 12 14 76;
807 102 74 76 104; 808 133 102 104 135; 809 164 133 135 166;
810 194 164 166 196; 811 224 194 196 226; 812 255 224 226 257;
813 285 255 257 287; 814 315 285 287 317; 815 73 11 12 74; 816 101 73 74 102;
817 132 101 102 133; 818 163 132 133 164; 819 193 163 164 194;
820 223 193 194 224; 821 254 223 224 255; 822 284 254 255 285;
823 314 284 285 315; 824 72 10 11 73; 825 100 72 73 101; 826 131 100 101 132;
827 162 131 132 163; 828 192 162 163 193; 829 222 192 193 223;
830 253 222 223 254; 831 283 253 254 284; 832 313 283 284 314; 833 64 1 10 72;
834 91 64 72 100; 835 122 91 100 131; 836 153 122 131 162; 837 184 153 162 192;
838 214 184 192 222; 839 244 214 222 253; 840 275 244 253 283;
841 304 275 283 313; 842 65 2 1 64; 843 92 65 64 91; 844 123 92 91 122;
845 154 123 122 153; 846 185 154 153 184; 847 215 185 184 214;
848 245 215 214 244; 849 276 245 244 275; 850 305 276 275 304; 851 66 3 2 65;
852 93 66 65 92; 853 124 93 92 123; 854 155 124 123 154; 855 186 155 154 185;
856 216 186 185 215; 857 246 216 215 245; 858 277 246 245 276;
859 306 277 276 305; 860 67 4 3 66; 861 94 67 66 93; 862 125 94 93 124;
863 156 125 124 155; 864 187 156 155 186; 865 247 217 216 246;
866 217 187 186 216; 867 278 247 246 277; 868 307 278 277 306; 869 68 5 4 67;
870 95 68 67 94; 871 126 95 94 125; 872 157 126 125 156; 873 188 157 156 187;
874 218 188 187 217; 875 248 218 217 247; 876 279 248 247 278;
877 308 279 278 307; 878 69 6 5 68; 879 96 69 68 95; 880 127 96 95 126;
881 158 127 126 157; 882 189 158 157 188; 883 219 189 188 218;
884 249 219 218 248; 885 280 249 248 279; 886 309 280 279 308; 887 70 7 6 69;
888 97 70 69 96; 889 128 97 96 127; 890 159 128 127 158; 891 190 159 158 189;
892 220 190 189 219; 893 250 220 219 249; 894 281 250 249 280;
895 310 281 280 309; 896 71 8 7 70; 897 98 71 70 97; 898 129 98 97 128;
899 160 129 128 159; 900 38 160 159 190; 901 37 38 190 220; 902 251 37 220 250;
903 282 251 250 281; 904 311 282 281 310; 914 83 23 24 84; 915 113 83 84 114;
916 144 113 114 145; 917 175 144 145 176; 918 205 175 176 206;
919 235 205 206 236; 920 266 235 236 267; 921 295 266 267 296;
922 326 295 296 327; 923 85 25 23 83; 924 115 85 83 113; 925 146 115 113 144;
926 177 146 144 175; 927 207 177 175 205; 928 237 207 205 235;
929 268 237 235 266; 930 297 268 266 295; 931 328 297 295 326;
932 297 328 329 298; 933 268 297 298 269; 934 237 268 269 238;
935 207 237 238 208; 936 177 207 208 178; 937 146 177 178 147;
938 115 146 147 116; 939 85 115 116 86; 940 25 85 86 26; 941 298 329 330 299;
942 269 298 299 270; 943 238 269 270 239; 944 208 238 239 209;
945 178 208 209 179; 946 147 178 179 148; 947 116 147 148 117;
948 86 116 117 87; 949 26 86 87 27; 991 312 59 282 311; 992 59 252 251 282;
993 252 221 37 251; 994 221 191 38 37; 995 191 161 160 38; 996 161 130 129 160;
997 130 99 98 129; 998 99 52 71 98; 999 52 9 8 71; 1000 327 296 59 312;
1001 296 267 252 59; 1002 267 236 221 252; 1003 236 206 191 221;
1004 206 176 161 191; 1005 176 145 130 161; 1006 145 114 99 130;
1007 114 84 52 99; 1008 84 24 9 52; 1009 319 289 55 321; 1010 289 259 261 55;
1011 259 228 230 261; 1012 198 168 170 200; 1013 228 198 200 230;
1014 137 106 108 139; 1015 168 137 139 170; 1016 106 78 62 108;
1017 78 16 18 62; 1018 321 55 290 320; 1019 55 261 260 290;
1020 261 230 229 260; 1021 230 200 199 229; 1022 200 170 169 199;
1023 170 139 138 169; 1024 139 108 107 138; 1025 108 62 79 107;
1026 62 18 17 79;
ELEMENT PROPERTY
734 TO 769 779 TO 904 914 TO 949 991 TO 1026 THICKNESS 0.0045
DEFINE MATERIAL START
ISOTROPIC STEEL
E 1.99947e+008
POISSON 0.3
DENSITY 76.8191
ALPHA 6e-006
DAMP 0.03
TYPE STEEL
STRENGTH FY 248210 FU 399894 RY 1.5 RT 1.2
END DEFINE MATERIAL
MEMBER PROPERTY BRITISH
36 TO 45 47 TO 54 59 62 68 328 630 TO 638 641 TO 644 649 TO 652 655 TO 659 -
666 668 672 TO 693 702 TO 706 715 TO 719 950 951 TABLE ST PIP484.0
MEMBER PROPERTY CHINESE
46 TABLE ST PIP203X6.0
MEMBER PROPERTY DUTCH
55 TO 58 60 61 63 TO 67 69 639 640 645 TO 648 653 654 660 TO 665 670 671 694 -
695 TO 701 707 TO 714 720 TO 733 988 TABLE ST PIPBG26.9X2.35
MEMBER PROPERTY DUTCH
1 TO 22 29 TO 35 70 TO 315 322 TO 327 329 TO 338 340 342 344 351 TO 363 365 -
366 TO 400 410 TO 445 455 TO 507 517 TO 561 571 TO 606 616 TO 623 952 TO 987 -
989 990 TABLE ST PS50X6
CONSTANTS
BETA 90 MEMB 1 TO 22 29 TO 34 70 TO 315 322 TO 327 338 340 342 344 -
351 TO 356 473 TO 480 517 527 TO 535
BETA 0 MEMB 410 TO 418 571 TO 579
BETA 30 MEMB 437 TO 445 536 TO 544
BETA 45 MEMB 455 TO 463 518 TO 526 970 TO 987
BETA 15 MEMB 545 TO 553
BETA 20 MEMB 428 TO 436
BETA 13 MEMB 419 TO 427
BETA 60 MEMB 499 TO 507
BETA 85 MEMB 481 TO 489
BETA 65 MEMB 490 TO 498
BETA 10 MEMB 35 554 TO 561
BETA 315 MEMB 329 TO 337 616 TO 623
BETA 330 MEMB 357 TO 363 383 TO 391 598 TO 606 989 990
BETA 300 MEMB 365 TO 373
BETA 295 MEMB 374 TO 382
BETA 357 MEMB 392 TO 400
BETA 275 MEMB 464 TO 472
BETA 358.7 MEMB 961 TO 969
BETA 350 MEMB 580 TO 588
BETA 340 MEMB 589 TO 597
MATERIAL STEEL ALL
SUPPORTS
27 29 87 90 117 121 148 152 179 183 209 213 239 243 270 274 299 303 330 332 -
340 348 PINNED
MEMBER RELEASE
96 292 START MPX 0.99 MPY 0.99
76 83 87 95 272 279 283 291 END MPX 0.99 MPY 0.99
LOAD 1 LOADTYPE Dead  TITLE DL (SELFWEIGHT)
SELFWEIGHT Y -1 
LOAD 2 LOADTYPE Live  TITLE CL (24.KN/M3)
ELEMENT LOAD
734 TO 769 779 TO 904 914 TO 949 991 TO 1026 PR 28.8
LOAD COMB 3 1.4 DL + 1.25 CL
1 1.4 2 1.25 
PERFORM ANALYSIS
PARAMETER 1
CODE BS5950
CHECK CODE ALL
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Nike női póló + térdnadrág együttes S-M-es új - Jelenlegi ára: 4 500 Ft   

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Nike női póló + térdnadrág együttes S-M-es új
Anyag: pamut
Szín: narancs felső - fekete nadrág
Méret:
Póló:
Hossz: 60 cm
Mellbőség: 80-84 cm
Nadrág:
Hossz: 62 cm
Derékbőség: 60-90 cm
Csípő: 80-116 cm

Nike női póló + térdnadrág együttes S-M-es új
Jelenlegi ára: 4 500 Ft
Az aukció vége: 2019-10-08 11:26
          

M collection gazdagon díszített nyaknál cippzáros türkiz zöld moletti felső 44-es (33.) - Jelenlegi ára: 1 800 Ft   

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Eladásra kínálok egy MOLETTI, elején gazdagon díszített,
nyaknál cipzáros felsőt, tunikát, bebújós fazonnal,
rugalmas anyagból.
Anyaga polyeszter, pamut 
Mérete címke szerint 44-46
Nagyon szép , hibátlan állapotban.
hossza: 72 cm
mell 114-116 cm
derék 114  cm
csípő 114 cm
ujja   nyaktól 71 cm
Személyesen kizárólag előre egyeztetett időpontban Budapesten a XX. kerületben vehető át, vagy postázom.    Számlaszámomat
a Vatera a vásárlási értesítőben sikeres licit után elküldi a vevőnek, kérem ott visszakeresni utalás előtt.   Több termék vásárlása esetén a postaköltség nem adódik össze, több termék vásárlása esetén érdeklődjön, a súlytól függ.    Kérdésekre szívesen válaszolok!   Köszönöm az érdeklődést!     
Mentés
M collection gazdagon díszített nyaknál cippzáros türkiz zöld moletti felső 44-es  (33.)
Jelenlegi ára: 1 800 Ft
Az aukció vége: 2019-10-08 13:51
          

Topbot: Малая Грузинская, 51 . Дорога в никуда   

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... со смартфоном от Белорусской до Малой Грузинской

В прошедшую субботу совершил прогулку от метро "Белорусская" по Грузинскому валу до Малой Грузинской, потом по Пресненскому валу до метро "1905 года", далее по улице Красная Пресня к началу М.Грузинской и прошел всю ее до конца. Пост хотел  назвать «В субботу на работу», так как около 15-ти лет (1980-95 г.г.) проработал в Научно-исследовательском институте по адресу Малая Грузинская , 51. Такого адреса сейчас не существует. Нет,  само здание, в котором я работал, стоит на месте, просто нумерацию домов изменили из-за возникающих  коллизий. Нашего НИИ  тоже там давно нет.

Фотографий оказалось много, поэтому будет еще пара постов.

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Метро "Белорусская-кольцевая",  начало 80-х.
Обычно до работы бежали/ходили пешком, это минут 10. Но, если подходил 116 автобус, остановка которого была прямо напротив, то запрыгивали в него. До работы 2 остановки, на следующей обычно заходили контролеры. Любили они некоторых наших сотрудников.

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Все для людей и бесплатно.

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116 автобус сейчас здесь не останавливается, маршрут изменен, чтобы разгрузить площадь Белорусского вокзала. Удобно ли  стало  тем, кто им пользуется, не знаю.

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Интересно, кто-нибудь пользуется сейчас такими таксофонами.

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Встретились коммунальщики.

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А вот и результаты их работы.

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Граждане форсируют пену.

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фото отсюда
В начале 80-х здесь был цветочный рынок. Очень удобно, если у кого-то из сотрудников случался день рождения. Или , когда отправлялся в "библиотеку".

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Начинают возвращаться книжные развалы. Хотя обычно  пользуюсь услугами книжных магазинов, а также Книжной ярмаркой.

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В "Немецкой обуви"  был продуктовый... и очереди

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Идем по Грузинскому валу. Слева в доме был гастроном, в котором был винный отдел. В период продажи алкоголя по талонам, одни сотрудники нашего НИИ занимали очередь, а  другие бежали на работу за пустой посудой, так как продавали только в обмен на тару.

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начало 90-х
Несмотря на всю антисанитарию, ранок очень выручал. Дело в том, что очень многие , торгующие здесь, были гражданами Белоруссии. Они привозили дешевые белорусские продукты, разница в цене была существенная, а зарплату задерживали или не прибавляли. А потом мы успешно влились в рыночные отношения, в которых размер зарплаты и регулярность ее получения зависели только от тебя, а не от дяди или тети. Тем более что после пятнадцатилетней школы выживания в нашем НИИ, братки девяностых, которыми сейчас бабушки внуков пугают, показались «белыми и пушистыми»

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начало 90-х
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Электрический переулок

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Справа кирпичный забор Московского Электромашиностроительного завода Памяти Революции 1905 года.

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Прямо Пресненский вал, но нам налево, на Малую Грузинскую.

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Эх, брал бы в молодости велосипед напрокат, чтобы до работы ездить)

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Вот и наш четырехэтажный  "кубик" из розового туфа. Теперь здесь совершенно другая организация.
Изначально мы назывались: "Научно-исследовательский институт по проектированию вычислительных центров и систем экономической информации ". Потом название подсократили - "Институт статистики и экономических исследований". Сейчас институт тоже как-то называется, только осталось там "три калеки".
Занимали практически все четыре этажа, несколько комнат на первом этаже занимали сотрудники другого НИИ, который также относился к нашему ведомству.


Как мы "успешно трудились" я рассказывал в посте "Кастинг Пафнутия":

"В 9-15 у нас начинался рабочий день. Но обычно приход на работу растягивался часов до 10, потом он плавно перетекал в 11-часовое чаепитие, перекур, затем  обед часа на два - с 12-30 до 14-30, потом опять перекур, потом послеобеденное чаепитие, потом опять перекур, потом…. вот и еще один рабочий день прошел. В здании «работало» примерно 300 человек , но одновременно увидеть всех на работе не удавалось даже в дни зарплаты. Многие были так заняты (непонятно где и чем), что за зарплатой даже не могли вовремя придти, писали доверенность тем, кто на этой самой работе вынужден был иногда появляться."

Есть замечательная миниатюра  у Аркадия Райкина "Специалист" - один в один про наш НИИ
[Видео]


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Теперь это дом 39 по Малой Грузинской.

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А раньше это был дом 51. Вся коллизия заключалась в том, что находились мы между домами 37 и 39/41. И далее никаких домов по Малой Грузинской вообще не было.

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На  старом фото еще сохранился , сделанный одной из  наших сотрудниц, номер 51


Обойдем вокруг этого ничем непримечательного здания, раз  здесь оказались.

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На третьем этаже (предпоследний) крайнее право - окно моего бывшего кабинета.

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Продолжение следует. В нем я расскажу, где и как мы обедали...



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