Trump/Perdue not that into Farmers...   

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UPDATE 10/7: I think farmers have had enough, maybe, I hope anyway...
1. “I went to Madison feeling financially scared and emotionally depressed but hopeful,” said Paul Adams, who runs a 500-cow organic dairy near Eleva, WI."I came home feeling financially scared, emotionally depressed, unwanted, and unneeded.”

2. Brittany Olson left her Barron County farm at 2am to make the trip to Expo and hear Perdue speak. “To go through the effort to see the USDA secretary, only for him to say that small farms like ours likely have no future made me feel like little more than a peasant in a system of modern-day feudalism,” Olson said.

3. “To me, it really drew a line in the sand on just where this administration stands,” said Chippewa County dairy farmer George Polzin.
Danielle Erdvick summed it up this way in the story:
But I sense a fire growing in the belly of the family farmers I meet in my work with Farmers Union. Farmers are weary. But there’s a growing flicker that’s starting to feed a change in the narrative. No more will they be spoon-fed a top-down vision for rural America. Instead, I see a drive for a farmscape where fair prices, local food systems, clean water, and land conservation are at the heart of farm policy. How can we achieve it? It’ll take actually enforcing America’s antitrust laws and holding corporations accountable when they try to monopolize an industry. It’ll mean addressing market manipulation. It’ll mean not raising our hackles, as farmers and ag groups, every time someone wants to talk about clean water or livestock siting. It’ll mean continuing to adopt regenerative practices and thinking outside the box so we’re protecting our natural resources for our children and grandchildren.
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Farmers will never stop voting for Republicans. Sadly, GOP promises of "small government" simply mean they don't really have to do anything for their constituents, and deregulation is anything that basically leaves them alone.

Tariff War is not Their Fight: It seems farmers are okay sacrificing their livelihoods for big corporate interests seeking intellectual rights and protections. 

And then the last shoe dropped; Ag Sec. Sonny Perdue told us what big corporate Republican politicians were really thinking about family farmers:

Perdue told reporters that he doesn’t know if the family dairy farm can survive as the industry moves toward a factory farm model ... “In America, the big get bigger and the small go out. I don’t think in America we, for any small business, we have a guaranteed income or guaranteed profitability.”
A few farmers suddenly realized what was really going on...
Jerry Volenec, a fifth-generation Wisconsin dairy farmer with 330 cows, left the Perdue event feeling discouraged about his future. “What I heard today from the secretary of agriculture is there’s no place for me. Can I get some support from my state and federal government?"

Darin Von Ruden, president of the Wisconsin Farmers Union and a third-generation dairy farmer who runs a 50-cow organic farm (said) getting bigger at the expense of smaller operations like his is “not a good way to go.  Do we want one corporation owning all the food in our country?” 
Democrats, Governor Tony Evers backs Family Farms, despite never getting their vote, but after Sonny Perdue's comment, even our laid back Gov. had to say something:

"Are they struggling? Absolutely. But I think at the end of the day we need to get behind them rather than saying, ah maybe you should go larger. I, frankly, resent that the Department of Agriculture secretary from the federal government came in and kind of lambasted them."
But don't take Evers word for it, here's a comment made at the Minnesota Farmfest about CAFO's. Note: Why were visa's for dairy labor ever determined to be seasonal and not year around?:


Trump Piled on First: Remember this...
Wisconsin dairy farmers are still feeling the sting of Trump's visit to Milwaukee in July, where the president downplayed the suffocation felt by farmers here because of Trump's own tariffs.

Trump: "Some of the farmers are doing well. ... We're over the hump. We're doing really well."
Farmer Response...:
"If he's saying farmers are over the hump, he would be badly mistaken," said Darin Von Ruden, a third generation dairy farmer. "In order to get over the hump we need to stop losing dairy farms."
From PBS's Market to Market: Trump's says farmers are happy...


Farmers are slamming Trump's $28 billion farm bailout — more than double Obama's 2009 payment to automakers — as a 'Band-Aid'.
Perdue editorial doesn't repair Damage: Nope, his word salad backtrack to obscure how he really feels, is a little late. In fact, Perdue reminds farmers how this whole problem was really Trump creation:
Purdue: "President Donald Trump has made it his mission to support American agriculture and negotiate better trade deals so our productive farmers can sell their bounty around the globe."
And don't forget how Scott Walker pushed oversupply in the dairy industry.

Here's what one farmer, "a great patriot," really thinks about Trump:



In Gays Mills, WI, over production and large dairy farms are locking many out of getting into farming. From WPT's Portraits from Rural Wisconsin:


          

Customer Care Associate (m/f) - German, Dutch or French - (Lisboa)    

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Sou uma empresa: Blu Selection Portugal
The Company. Are you ready for a new life and work experience? Are you looking for a strong company to develop new skills? Are you looking for a People Company with a dynamic and multicultural environment? This is what you will find here! Our client is recognized as the Best Customer Service Solutions provider in the world and they are looking for motivated candidates to join their international team, including 82 nationalities. Located in Lisbon, you will find a company which takes care of you. From your career development, language skills, accommodation to your social integration. The Job. Your mission is to support clients’ activities by offering world-class service to their customers. You will work on projects of top prestigious and worldwide brands. – Answer incoming queries from customers – Identify issues and provide solutions – Ensure high level of customer satisfaction – Record data in the CRM system – Ad-hoc support The Offer. – Type of contract: a long term fixed term contract, renewable every year – Working hours: 40h/week (8h/day) from Monday to Sunday, rotating shifts (depending on the project you are working on) – Salary conditions* – 2 options: Including free accommodation (shared flat, all bills included): 850-950€ gross/month Excluding accommodation: 1080-1250€ gross/month + Private health insurance after 6 months of contract (additionally to standard insurance) *Approx. 20-25% tax – please refer to living costs in Lisbon for comparison with other EU countries’ wages *Compensation during training period if successful (from 1 to 4 weeks): 50% of your hourly wages (lower taxes) – Relocation support for international candidates: Reimburse
Requisitos : The Profile. – You have a native level of Dutch or Flemish or French or German. Good level of English is a big plus. – You are motivated, reliable and committed in your work – Customer service and quality is part of you – You have a drive for excellence and professionalism – You have excellent communication skills – You are a real team player and willing to work with many other nationalities
          

Truck maker unveils onboard cloud-based data drive - Triad Business Journal   

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Truck maker unveils onboard cloud-based data drive  Triad Business Journal
          

4 Apple Orchards a Drive Away   

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How to drink up a perfect fall day—with the kids.
          

Sega Mega-CD (käytetty)   

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Sega Mega-CD on lisäosa Sega Mega Drive -konsoliin. Se mahdollistaa Sega Mega-CD-pelien pelaamisen konsolilla. Hyväkuntoinen. Sisältää ohjekirjan ja virtajohdon.
          

Queen Nancy: Fly as I Say, Not as I Fly   

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And, of course, it's the double-barreled hypocrisy. There's the eco-hypocrisy of the Democratic leader who wags her finger at the rest of us for our too-big carbon footprints, and crusades for massive taxes and regulation to reduce global warming. Then there's the Bay Area hypocrisy of the woman who represents one of the most anti-military areas of the country soaking up military resources to shuttle her (and her many family members) across the country almost every weekend.

Remember: Pelosi's San Francisco is notorious for banning the Marines' Silent Drill Platoon from filming a recruitment commercial on its streets; killing the JROTC program in the public schools; blocking the retired battleship U.S.S. Iowa from docking in its waters; and attacking the Navy's Blue Angels -- which left-wing activists have tried to banish from northern California skies for the past two years.

Apparently, those anti-war protesters have no problem with evil military jets currying Pelosi and her massive entourages to the funerals of the late Rep. Stephanie Tubbs Jones and Charlie Norwood; foreign junkets to Rome; and politicized stops to Iowa flood sites to bash the Bush administration. One exasperated Department of Defense official, besieged with itinerary changes and shuttle requests back and forth between San Francisco International Airport and Andrews Air Force Base for Pelosi, her daughter, son-in-law and grandchild, wrote in an e-mail:

"They have a history of canceling many of their past requests. Any chance of politely querying (Pelosi's team) if they really intend to do all of these or are they just picking every weekend? ... (T)here's no need to block every weekend 'just in case.'"

Another official pointed out the "hidden costs" associated with the speaker's last-minute changes and cancellations. "We have ... folks prepping the jets and crews driving in (not a short drive for some), cooking meals and preflighting the jets etc." Upset that a specific type of aircraft was not available to her boss, a Pelosi staffer carped to the DoD coordinators: "This is not good news, and we will have some very disappointed folks, as well as a very upset speaker."

Three months ago, turmoil erupted over Queen Nancy's demand for the military to reposition her plane to fly out of Travis Air Force Base in Fairfield, Calif., closer to where she had "business," instead of San Francisco Airport/SFO (1.5 hours away). A special air missions official wrote: "We have never done this in the past. The deal is ... that the Speaker shuttle is from D.C. to SFO and back. We will not reposition. We do not reposition for convenience even for the SECDEF. It is not (too) far of a drive from Travis to SFO. Did the escort suggest to the speaker that this is OK? If so, I hope you guys correct them immediately. If you agree with me that I am correct, then you need to stay strong and present the facts to the speaker's office."

Another official stated bluntly: "We can't reposition the airplane such a short distance. It is not a judicial use of the asset. It is too expensive to operate the jet when there is truly no need to do so."

A beleaguered colleague responded: "(Y)ou know I understand and feel with you ... but this is a battle we are bound to lose if we tell the speaker office. In the end, this is what will happen. ... I wish that I could say this is a one-time request, but we know it will probably happen again in the future."

In the end, the military won that battle. But a few days later, Pelosi was back with a new demand: that her military plane taking her from D.C. to San Francisco make a stop in New Jersey to bring her and three Democrats to an "innovation forum" at Princeton University involving 21 participants and no audience. A Gulfstream jet was secured for the important "official business."

No word on whether Pelosi required vanilla-scented candles, Evian water and fresh white lilies aboard the flight. But rest assured: Air Diva traveled in style, courtesy of your tax dollars and the forbearance of the U.S. military.


          

Comment on Chrome Updater Bug Prevents Macs From Booting by Nathan   

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Wait, the Chrome updater deleted /var? Look, as someone who just deleted both my anacrontab and anacrontab.bak file because I was a lazy typist (just cp first file to second file location and then changed my command to rm, instead of retyping, stupidly autocompleted and clicked enter without thinking…yeah, that kind of stupid), I get how these things can happen. I even had a Samba problem when my fstab was edited to map a Samba drive at boot and the file browser kept freaking out when I navigated to the mount point. I even copy and pasted the correct entry from a different fstab, well correct, except for the specific mount point on the server side, so I edited the share manually and saved. After going on my merry way, none the wiser, turns out when I deleted a bit of the IP address while editing the share, instead of undoing that deletion, I got cute and manually retyped the address before saving the fstab. Wrongly retyped as it were when I discovered the last two digits of the IP address were transposed! Oops! E.g. /10.0.0.1/fooshare became 10.0.1.0/fooshare. Even still, Google should be able to do better than Mr One Man Band, home IT guy like myself. Geeze!
          

Michigan 10, Iowa 3   

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Michigan 10, Iowa 3 Ace October 5th, 2019 at 4:26 PM
Cam McGrone danced through Iowa's backfield all afternoon [Bryan Fuller]

It's a win.

Let's start there. Savor it. Michigan beat a ranked team. They even covered the spread.

You'd like more details? Well, that's unfortunate.

This was ¡El Assico! 2: This Time in Blue. Neither team cracked 270 yards of total offense. Of the game's 26 real drives, there were:

  • 15 punts
  • four interceptions
  • a lost fumble
  • two made field goals
  • two missed field goals
  • a single, solitary touchdown
  • Iowa's eight-play, 12-yard drive to end the game.

The defense, obviously, emerged as the game's heroes. The Hawkeyes, a team that still utilizes a fullback, mustered only three yards per non-sack carry. That's an important distinction to make, as Don Brown's group hounded Nate Stanley for eight sacks that, by the NCAA's tally, took Iowa's rushing output from 66 yards down to one. Kwity Paye (2.5 sacks), Jordan Glasgow (2), and Cam McGrone (1.5) were frequent uninvited guests in Iowa's backfield, and Khaleke Hudson sealed the win with a blitz that forced a desperation left-handed throw from Stanley on fourth down—Daxton Hill chased down the receiver near the line of scrimmage.

The touchdown. [Fuller]

After a rocky start for both teams, Michigan briefly looked poised for a blowout. Aidan Hutchinson handed the offense a quick field goal drive with a forced fumble, and after another defensive stop, Josh Gattis opened things up a bit. Shea Patterson hit Nico Collins down the middle for 51 yards to open the drive and picked up another first down with a crisp throw to Mike Sainristil to set up a short Zach Charbonnet touchdown. At the end of the first quarter, the Wolverines held a 10-0 lead and 101-57 edge in total yardage.

Then the game got trapped in the proverbial muck. Both quarterbacks were erratic; Stanley tossed three interceptions after going 140 attempts without one, while Patterson averaged 3.8 yards per attempt outside of the Collins bomb. Neither team could establish a reliable running game. The wind was the game's most impactful player for large swaths of the second half.

You can choose your favorite moment of absurdity, from Iowa calling a timeout to set up a fade to Oliver Martin, to Gattis dialing up a direct snap to Charbonnet from a covered receiver formation, to Kirk Ferentz taking an intentional delay of game before a 28-yard punt fair caught at the 14, to Stanley throwing a perfect fly route to Lavert Hill, to Donovan Peoples-Jones eating a nine-yard loss on a botched trick play, to Michigan unintentionally taking a delay of game before a punt that netted 25 yards, to Iowa punting from their own 49 on a drive that had reached the Michigan 25, to Stanley's final yakety-sax throw that looked for a moment like it might inconceivably work out. That probably doesn't cover all of it but I can't take responsibility for the damage that game did to my brain.

Ultimately, Michigan's defensive aptitude prevailed, or Iowa's offensive ineptitude lost out, or however you'd like to interpret that game, which we're all glad is over.

[Hit THE JUMP for the box score, if you dare.]

Phaedrus

October 5th, 2019 at 9:29 PM ^

This was the type of game I enjoy watching when it's not Michigan. The Nebraska v. Northwestern game was very similar and I thought it was great (except the end, I was hoping Northwestern would prevail).

Tight defensive games are awesome except when you're a fan of one team and have higher expectations for the offense. If it was a tight game because Iowa genuinely had a great defense I would have loved it. But when I see our QB spend the game not passing the ball to various open receivers it gets frustrating.

skegemogpoint

October 5th, 2019 at 4:33 PM ^

Anyone got Jedd Fisch’s cell number?  Jesus, Gattis, you’ve got to be the best bullshit artist on the planet to land a job as a D1 OC. 

lhglrkwg

October 5th, 2019 at 5:59 PM ^

Jedd made a pretty clever offense out of a transfer QB who'd only been around a few months. It started slow, but once everyone settled in it was pretty good. Most creative offense in Harbaugh's 5 years for sure.

I still dream fondly of the double fake screen to TE up the seam against BYU. Or that fullback counter vs Northwestern(?). Just a lot more creativity that year

Iowa 2019 Liveblog Seth October 5th, 2019 at 11:30 AM

Let them eat cake. [Eric Upchurch]

Iowa Links: Preview, FFFF Offense (chart), FFFF Defense (chart)

The Law: As always, the Liveblog Chaos Mitigation Post is The Law.

New features this week: Judgment.

How to use: You can + and - comments by clicking either button then clicking the comment you want to moderate. You start with 100% health and Level 1--if you get +'d you can gain levels and post more quickly.

So the liveblog doesn't become a deluge, the frequency you can post is limited by the blue bar—your "mana"—that gradually recharges. You spend mana every time you comment, the mana cost at that moment depending on your level and how fast and furious the comments are flying.

Link for those who like it in a new window: https://www.kibitz.io/mgoblog/football/

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zh2oson

October 5th, 2019 at 1:58 PM ^

This liveblog is the Harbaugh/Gattis of liveblogs. Why do I have to log in with an email EVERY DAMN time I close the window on my phone?

Did Dave Brandon design this?

CarrIsMyHomeboy

October 5th, 2019 at 1:59 PM ^

Shea sucks, but let's not forget the lessons of RR and Hoke: (a) it can *always* get worse and (b) sometimes your best case scenario is unacceptably bad.

I think it's likely that Milton just isn't far enough in his development to even be equal to Patterson's level of bad. Maybe DMc can be better. Maybe. His health is so important for the season.

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October 5th, 2019 at 2:14 PM ^

I came late to the party so I'm toggling between the second half and the taped first half. Just saw Collins' 51-yard reception / rebound. Wow!

And now Patterson running 15 yards for a first down. Wow!!

 

          

Arabs kill Arabs, the Left blames the Jews   

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The head of the left wing T'ruah Rabbis group tweeted yesterday:




Is Israel responsible for Arab on Arab violence?

Israeli police agree that the amount of crime in the Arab sector is intolerable, but the Arab leaders don't call for their members to cooperate with police. Israel is trying to build more police stations but there is a significant lack of support from the Arab communities. 

Haaretz wrote just last week:

[T]he police seem confounded. “Revenge is a real problem, I say it without shame,” a top police officer told Haaretz. “People are dying for no reason, over something that began with a kiddie fight that turned into a clash of clans.”

In private conversations, the police blame community and religious leaders, mainly the members of the Joint List. “Why don’t we hear the Arab Knesset members calling for police stations to be built in the Arab cities?” said the same source. “Why don’t the mayors call on the people to turn in their arms? The police can’t be everywhere.”

Acting Police Commissioner Moti Cohen said this week that the police are responsible for public safety, but can’t operate on their own, and that they expect the cooperation of the Arab community itself.
The police and public security ministry are planning a drive to have Arabs turn in their guns, without penalty, next month. Although the drive will be publicized, hopes are not running high. Some mayors already refused to cooperate, and everybody has the 2017 fiasco in mind, when exactly three guns were turned in, as well as some other weapons.
And the problem goes beyond that. Palestinian religious figures have issued fatwas against women going to Israeli police when they are threatened, often by their own family members. Nearly half of the murdered Arabs are women, many for "honor" reasons.

But it is so easy to blame the Jews for the Arabs killing each other and not cooperating with Israeli authorities, like Jill Jacobs does. Much easier than asking them to stop honor killings, revenge killings, clan clashes, and to hand in their illegal guns. Much easier than actually asking Arabs to take responsibility for their roles in the high crime rates among their fellow Arabs.




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10/8/2019: Nz Farmer: Way forward for the dairy industry   

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Factories used to be built on the banks of rivers. Water flowing down the river would turn a water wheel, which would power a drive shaft. This main drive shaft would power things like a millstone to make flour or a cutting blade to saw timber. Belts...
          

Relationship Manager - Farm Credit Canada - Humboldt, SK   

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Organizational pro who can manage multiple priorities. If you are an FCC employee use your Workday portal to apply. A drive to help others achieve their goals.
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Connecticut MGTC Mechanic Needed (7 replies)   

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Rough day yesterday...took my TC out for a drive and heard a loud banging coming from the engine. Immediately shut her down with my biggest fear being that she blew a rod. I need someone who can diagnose and fix the problem. I live in Woodbury after moving here a few years ago and I’ve never had a major problem with her, so I really don’t know anyone close to me who specializes in older MG’s. My TC is a SoCal car; an older Mike Goodman restoration. Excellent condition. Does anyone know a reputable MG expert close to me preferably Litchfield County. Thanks. Mike
          

10/7/2019: News: Boris announces £15m drive to help Londoners ‘prioritise’ mental health   

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BORIS JOHNSON tried to move the spotlight from Brexit today by announcing a drive to get Londoners to look after their mental health. The Prime Minister urged people to join “Every Mind Matters”, aimed at persuading one million to draw up personal...
          

SEGA Mega Drive Mini: Η εμβληματική κονσόλα επιστρέφει με 2 χειριστήρια και HD Widescreen γραφικά   

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Η εμβληματική κονσόλα SEGA Mega Drive επιστρέφει σε μια λεπτή, μικροσκοπική μορφή μαζί με δύο κλασικά χειριστήρια με 3 κουμπιά. Προ-φορτωμένο με 40 θρυλικά παιχνίδια του Mega Drive. Το SEGA Mega Drive Mini , έρχεται με δύο ενσύρματα χειριστήρια, καλώδιο HDMI και καλώδιο USB-B. Πέρα από τα 40 games, το SEGA Mega Drive Mini διαθέτει
          

Relationship Manager - Farm Credit Canada - Humboldt, SK   

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Lake Raystown Resort & Lodge 8/10 - Entriken, Pennsylvania   

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Stayed one row back from the water, Birch loop. Very busy weekend but staff was friendly, facilities were clean and well run. Rented a paddleboard at their concession right off our loop. Also brought an inflatable dinghy I was able to put in via an unused site. Beautiful setting. It's a bit of a drive to Seven Points, where we used the mountain bike park- highly recommend.
          

Online Marketing Adviser (Dutch) - (Lisboa)    

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The Company. Do you want to start your career with Digital Marketing? Do you like online advertising and new technologies? If you are motivated, creative and open-minded, we may have the perfect job for you! Start your career in Digital Marketing within an innovative and international company which is still working as a Start-Up. Do you have new ideas? Tell them! Changes are made every minute and you can build up a really efficient and innovative environment. Make a new experience abroad in Lisbon and join a peaceful and beach lifestyle. The Job. You would work for one of the leading tech business worldwide. They develop new marketing ideas and create a big change in our present life. Your main responsibilities are: – Analyze the issues and or request of business clients and resolve them via chat, mail & phone – Answer customer inquiries regarding online marketing products, strategies, implementation of marketing campaigns, – Assist Business customers in recovering account information and assist in payment related issues – Adapt existing processes to craft alternate solutions, or escalate critical or more complex queries to the next level for resolution. – Achieve strong customer satisfaction with a focus on quality and results
Requisitos : The Profile. – You have a native level of Dutch + a good level of English (at least B2) – You finished your High School or you already have a Bachelor Degree – You have already customer care experience – You have a general understanding or interest in online marketing products – You are a strategical thinker You have a drive for excellence and professionalism – You have excellent communication and listening skills – You are a real team player and willing to work with many other nationalities
          

Die besten Deals des Tages: Speicher-Knallertage bei Saturn und Sega Mega Drive Mini released   

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Bei Saturn laufen die Speicher-Knallertage mit allerlei Angeboten rund um die Kategorie Speicherprodukte, darunter die Sandisk Ultra 3D 512-GB-SSD zum Bestpreis von 55 Euro. Wer sich auf den Sega Mega Drive Mini gefreut hat, der kann jetzt zuschlagen:…
          

Food Counter Attendant NOC 6711 - McDonald's Restaurants - Whitehorse, YT   

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Energetic, enthusiastic people with a drive to succeed. Apply for the "Best First Job" at McDonald's Whitehorse! Access to our World-Class Training Programs. $15 an hour
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Part-time Crew Member - McDonald's Restaurants - Whitehorse, YT   

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Energetic, enthusiastic people with a drive to succeed. Making people’s day on all fronts: Greeting people, taking orders and satisfying McCravings. $13 an hour
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Commenti su Mega Drive Mini, l’esordio posticipato ad ottobre di Sega Mega Drive Mini, launch trailer | Hot Gaming    

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[…] story returns to be played again: the Sega Mega Drive Mini debuts today worldwide. The replica of the Model 1 of the original Mega Drive, launched in October of 1988 in […]
          

VTech Paw Patrol Pups to The Rescue Driver $16.49   

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VTech Paw Patrol Pups to The Rescue Driver $16.49 free shipping with Amazon Prime
  • Go for a drive on Ryder's ATV with the paw Patrol Pups to the rescue driver by VTech; features all of your favorite Paw Patrol Pups; games include exciting rescue missions just like the show
  • Pretend to go on adventures with Ryder on his ATV that also transforms into a snowmobile and hovercraft; complete missions like saving Mr. Porter's van by steering the vehicle
  • Press the Pup buttons to hear Ryder's real voice introduce all your favorite Pups and tell you all about them; press the Ryder button to hear the Paw Patrol theme song and hear Ryder call the Pups to action
  • Use the turn signals, check the review mirror and honk the horn to learn numbers, road safety and more; No job is too big, no pup is too small.Requires 2 AA batteries (batteries included for demo purposes only; new batteries recommended for regular use); intended for ages 2 to 5 years
  • Clean with a damp cloth

          

Reminiscing about Pokemon for the Game Boy’s 30th Anniversary   

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1989 might be one of the best ever years for video game hardware. It had some duds like Atari’s infamous Lynx and Mattel’s memeable Power Glove NES add-on – but it was also the first Western release of the Sega Mega Drive and the debut year of one of the most famous and brilliant games […]

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