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          Icelandic Caveman, Joel Saemundsson, Headlines DEFENDING THE CAVEMAN      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

For a limited engagement, Icelandic Caveman, Joel Saemundsson, will be headlining the role of Rob Becker's smash hit comedy Defending the Caveman, The longest running one man show in Vegas history.

After a succesful sellout season in his native Iceland, the inimitable and hysterical Joel Saemundsson will be performing for four nights ( 22nd- 25th August ) at The D's Showroom at The D Casino Hotel.

Theater trained in the U.K., Joel is one of Iceland's up and coming new actors, having recieved critical acclaim for his unique and original take on Rob Becker's classic and timeless comedy. Rising to fame in Iceland after a supporting role in Iceland's most popular tv-series ever, Trapped, Joel can soon be seen leading his first full-length motion picture, Pity The Lovers.

Along with South African director, Emma Peirson, the team have brought new energy into the ever successful, Defending the Caveman, taking in all of the new challenges of technology and changes in society. As our perception of feminity and masculinity have changed, so has the Caveman

Theater Mogul, the most expansive Production Company in Europe and owner of Defending the Caveman, proudly presents this production, with offices in New York, Berlin, Reykjavik and Zurich, and many Cavemen performing all over the world.

Defending the Caveman is Theater Mogul's key production that have been produced in over 50 countries worldwide. Producing credits include Defending the Caveman, Defending the Cavewoman, Menopause the Musical, Silence! The Musical, Sexy Laundry, Groundhog Day on Broadway and Friends! The Musical in New York City, among many others.

Joel is thrilled to be performing to the Vegas audience:"It's always been a dream of mine to perform in Vegas! Having performed in Europe and around Iceland I cant wait to share this production with a new audience. I am extremely pleased and grateful to get this great opportunity to perform our version of this hysterical classic comedy for U.S. audiences."

          Cheap Return Flights to Reykjavik // Fly from Belfast to Reykjavik for Christmas // only 53€      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Check out the magical world of Iceland with these cheap flights to Reykjavik at the most wonderful time of year!

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          Major delegations from Scandinavian countries to attend GFF 2018      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
At the Seafood Expo, Norwegian, Danish, Swedish, Finnish, and Icelandic companies will present their achievements in shipbuilding and ship repairs
          Demons And Day-Drinking: The First Icelandic Horror Film Still Packs A Punch      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

One of Icelandic cinema’s most interesting hidden gems is arguably the country’s first horror film, “Blóðrautt sólarlag” (“Blood Red Sunset”)....

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          Making Of An Artist: New Wave Cinema, Indie Rock And Art With Rakel Mjöll      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Rakel Mjöll Leifsdóttir (pictured above, middle) is the singer of the UK/Icelandic band Dream Wife, as well as being a...

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          Police Warn North Icelanders To Watch Out For Travelling Door-Knocker      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Police in North Iceland are advising residents to be on the lookout for a foreign tourist who travels from town...

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          “Stolen” by Rythmatik – A Song Feature      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
     Iceland continues to be a source of accomplished musicians. In view of the country’s population, the flow rate of quality music defies logic. The most recent discovery is Rythmatik. The band’s single “Stolen” is lyrically and melodically powerful. Our flawed understanding of the lyrics is included in this post (you’re invited to post corrections in the “comments” section). The lyrics are sometimes clever (“You’ll only speak from your heart, or your behind”) and sometimes insightful and provocative:
I’m glad to say
The only prejudice
I hold in my heart
Is for people
With more money than thought

     Other than the chorus, “Stolen” is more spoken word than sung. But the cadence and inflections embrace the message. Perhaps the best example is in the line “Unless the lab coat says it’s needed,” when a slightly deranged speech approach provides insight into the role of the person wearing “the lab coat.”

      “Stolen” begins with a quick-twitch guitar hook that is melodically simple, but demanding to perform. The percussion soon joins with a force. The members of Rythmatik are Hrafnkell Hugi Vernharðsson (guitar, vocals), Pétur Óli Þorvaldsson (bass), Valgeir Skorri Vernharðsson (drums), and Árni Freyr (guitar). The band is currently based in Reykjavik, Iceland. Fitting for an Icelandic band, they are signed with Ice Will Melt Records (of Germany)

      Paraphrasing content about Rythmatik:
  Rythmatik is an Indie Rock band known for tits tight and powerful live performances. The band became a househould name in Iceland after winning the National Icelandic Battle of the Bands in 2015. Since then, Rythmatik has come a long way. After spending two years constantly writing, rehearsing and performing their patented powerful and energetic live show to sold out audiences around the Reykjavík area, the band finally decided to buckle down and begin working on their debut album – “Grin & Panic.”

     “Stolen” by Rythmatik

Lyrics of “Stolen” by Rythmatik (sorry, rife with errors from best guesses)
I’m glad to say
The only prejudice
I hold in my heart
Is for people
With more money than thought

But honestly
It’s just jealousy
I’m way to way
Not to let the good life
Get the best of me

A stick up the ass
Ain’t a proper substitute for a spine
By the way you’re off kilter
And you’re causing splinters

People with broken hearts
With their liver on their sleeve
Their heart
A featherweight contender
But not by itself will remember

Well, you seem to remember yourself
Taller than this
Standing on the shoulders of
Treading for boulders

You should
Pick your words
Be kind
You’ll only speak from your heart
Or your behind

In a way you got this
Coming back, yah
Feeling the heat, boy
It’s clearer than that
It’s a shift shaker
A heart spot breaker
Scratching that itch
Like you got on your back

I’m glad to say
The only prejudice
I hold in my heart
Is for people
With more money than thought

But honestly
It’s just jealousy
I’m way to way
Not to let the good life
Get the best of me

Well, I walk or run the risk
To choke on the medicine
Unless the lab coat says it’s needed
If it’s the other guy
I think I’m trying to feel it
Cause at this point
I think it could be excessive
Let’s just hope if you will follow point
The lousy death trap

In a way you got this
Coming back, yah
Feeling the heat, boy
It’s clearer than that
It’s a shift shaker
A heart spot breaker
Scratching that itch
Like you got on your back

          SKÁLMÖLD To Release Sorgir Album In October      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
The Icelandic Viking metal heroes Skálmöld strike back with their fifth full length album Sorgir. The album title (eng.: sorrows) gives the headline for this concept album that is divided in two parts: The first four songs tell four short stories about tragedies and death. It is called Sagnir (tales...
          Kanna viðbrögð hins opinbera við áföllum      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Stóru íslensku flugfélögunum hefur mistekist að velta verðhækkunum á Íslandi út í verðlagið hjá sér. Þetta segir Sigurður Ingi Jóhannsson samgönguráðherra. Stjórnvöld undirbúi nú viðbrögð við því, ef félögin yrðu fyrir alvarlegum áföllum. Tap á rekstri Icelandair nam 6,3 milljörðum króna á fyrri helmingi ársins samanborið við 2,1 milljarð í fyrra. Þá jukust tekjur félagsins talsvert minna en gert var ráð fyrir. Staðan hefur líka versnað hjá WOW air en nýlega bárust fréttir af því að félagið hefði tapað 2,4 milljörðum króna á síðasta ári samanborið við tæplega 3,9 milljarða króna hagnað árið áður.  „Það er auðvitað áhyggjuefni í heild sinni að Ísland er að verða dýrara land. Og útflutningsgreinarnar okkar, þar með talin ferðaþjónustan, líða allar fyrir það. Og það hefur meðal annars komið fram í afkomu flugfélaganna sem hefur greinilega mistekist að velta þessu út í verðlagið hjá sér“, segir Sigurður Ingi og stjórnvöld fylgist með gangi mála hjá félögunum. „Ríkisstjórnin ákvað í vetur að setja á laggirnar hóp til að kanna stöðu kerfislega mikilvægra fyrirtækja, ekki eingöngu á fjármálamarkaði eins og við höfum gert áður, heldur í öllum öðrum atvinnuvegum, þar með talið í ferðaþjónustu og samgöngum. Það kom til að mynda í okkar hlut að skoða hvernig Samgöngustofa heldur utan um fjárhag flugfélaganna, það er fullmikið með almennum hætti, þannig að við erum að vinna það betur í samvinnu við Samgöngustofu.“ Ert þú eða ríkisstjórnin að skoða mál flugfélaganna sérstaklega? Ekki sérstaklega, við erum fyrst og fremst að kanna hvernig viðbrögð hins opinbera yrðu ef kerfislega mikilvæg fyrirtæki í þessum geira eða öðrum yrðu fyrir alvarlegum áföllum, hvernig við þyrftum að bregðast við. 
          Film Review: ‘Generation Wealth’ Tells Us What We Already Know      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

CHICAGO – When it comes to really being rich, what do we already know? Money doesn’t buy happiness. Family and friendship connections are more important than accumulation. Yet those simple lessons keep being broken up by the excess of more, the values of which are in the documentary “Generation Wealth.” Oscarman rating: 4.0/5.0
Rating: 4.0/5.0

Directed by photographer/filmmaker Lauren Greenfield, “Generation Wealth” is a hodge podge of different stories that eventually add up to those truths that we all know. However, the journey to get there takes different paths, and often those paths are paved with gold. Attitudinally, we all currently live in a society that values the benefits of wealth over anything else (if we’re being honest with ourselves). And basically, the profiles in the film are about those values… the ones that elected a a “rich” (yet fundamentally sociopathic) man as president, the ones that have two billionaires running for a state governor’s office that becomes only an excuse to own something else, and the ones that have people waiting in line to buy a thousand dollar phone (trading in one that works perfectly fine) while in another part of the city 50 people are shot in one weekend. Yeah, the film will make you think about all this.

Lauren Greenfield has spent over 25 years as a successful photographer, cultural essayist and filmmaker. What she began to realize is that the major theme of all her work was the lifestyles of the wealthy in America and internationally. To make the film (along with the book companion and gallery display) she begins to examine the victims in the pursuit of wealth, and even herself as their photographer.

Profiled in the film is Cathy, who obsessed on plastic surgery; Florian (and his son Conrad), a hedge fund manager who eventually defrauded his clients; Kacey, a porn star who tasted the good life with Charlie Sheen; Valbjörn, an Icelandic fisherman turned banker turned fisherman; three now-grown high schoolers that were the subject of Greenfield’s first look at Los Angeles excess; and Suzanne, a driven hedge fund exec who finally had time for a baby at 40, but found she couldn’t get pregnant. All came to some conclusions, but do they all stick?

“Generation Wealth” is currently in limited nationwide release, including Chicago. See local listings for theaters and showtimes. Written and directed by Lauren Greenfield. Rated “R”

StarContinue reading for Patrick McDonald’s full review of “Generation Wealth”

Mother and Child Reunion on Display in ‘Generation Wealth’
Photo credit: Magnolia Pictures

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          Most Europeans learn a foreign langauge, while Americans . . . well . . . don’t      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
from Robert Wenzel’s “The Advantage of Being at the Epicenter of Empire.” % of students learning a foreign language Liechtenstein 100% Luxembourg 100% Malta 100% Norway 100% Austria 100% Romania 100% France 100% Spain 96% Sweden 92% Finland 84% Italy 82% Germany 82% Iceland 78% Netherlands 70% Belgium 64% US 20% (Pew Research Center) — …

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          Five Degrees acquires Libra in Iceland      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Five Degrees Acquisition allows Dutch Fintech to offer full digital banking solutions to global markets. Amsterdam, July 26th - Five Degrees , the Dutch Fintech in banking software, acquires Libra, a leading provider of core banking IT systems in the financial sector in Iceland. The acquisition boosts Five...

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          Lost Norse Of Greenland Fueled Medieval Ivory Trade      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
The Icelandic Sagas tell of Erik the Red: exiled for murder in the late 10th century he fled to southwest Greenland, establishing its first Norse settlement.

The colony took root, and by the mid-12th century there were two major settlements with a population of thousands. Greenland even ... Reported by Eurasia Review 22 minutes ago.
          Iceland name Swede Hamren as new coach      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Reykjavik (AFP) – Former Sweden coach Erik Hamren was on Wednesday announced as Iceland’s new manager, replacing Heimir Hallgrimsson who stepped down after leading the island nation to its first World Cup in Russia. Selected...
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          L'Anse aux Meadows: Evidence of Vikings in North America      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
L'Anse aux Meadows is the name of an archaeological site that represents a failed Viking colony of Norse adventurers from Iceland, in Newfoundland, Canada and occupied for somewhere between three and ten years....
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          Lost Norse of Greenland Fueled the Medieval Ivory Trade, Ancient Walrus DNA Suggests      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
The Icelandic Sagas tell of Erik the Red: exiled for murder in the late 10th century he fled to southwest Greenland, establishing its first Norse settlement...
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          Drawing Up Icelandic Animation: How Are Icelandic Animators Influencing The Global Scene?      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Animation is a booming industry all around the world. Whether in the form of CGI effects in live-action movies, or...

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          What Have We Won?: Middle-Distance Running!      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

While Iceland’s success in the area of javelin throwing might not come as a big surprise—considering their Viking past of...

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          Great Moments In Icelandic Cuisine: Kleinur      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Have you ever wondered what that delicious twisted pastry is, often served to complement a standard cup of coffee? Sometimes...

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Hi! I got the boots awhile before the cruise. I actually wore them the year before on an Iceland trip too! They are super comfortable and waterproof! They are Sorel and there is a link in the post. But you can search for them on Amazon too! xoxo
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          Brooklyn Beckham's Tattoo Artist Dr. Woo Reveals How to Get a Piece Hollywood-Worthy Ink      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

There's only one man in Hollywood some of the biggest stars trust with their tattoos. Dr. Woo (born Brian Woo), a 37-year-old Californian who has made a name for himself designing thin-lined tattoos, tells PEOPLE the secret to avoiding a botched design after working with several celebrity clients such as Brooklyn Beckham and Olivia Wilde. "Nowadays, I feel there are so many good artists out there. Just do your research," he tells PEOPLE ahead of Viceland's Tattoo Age featuring his work. "Make sure they work out of a good shop. Make sure they don't work out of their house or . . .
          Ashley Graham Couldn’t Find a Restroom in Iceland, So She Peed on a Glacier      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
A girl's gotta do what a girl's gotta do.
          Skálmold To Release New Album, "Sorgir," This Fall      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Icelandic Viking metal band SKÁLMÖLD will release their fifth full length album this fall, entitled "Sorgir." The album title (which translates to "sorrows") is appropriate for this concept album that is divided in two parts: The first four songs tell four short stories about tragedies and death. It is called Sagnir (tales). The second chapter call... Read More/Discuss on Metal
           Rebel Wilson enjoys a holiday at Iceland's Blue Lagoon       Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
She's been busy shooting scenes for her latest film Isn't It Romantic with Liam Hemsworth.
          Peru 3-1 İzlanda (FRIENDLY) maç özeti | 28-03-2018      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Peru 3-1 Iceland (FRIENDLY) maç özeti ve gollerini alttaki videoda izleyebilirsiniz. 28-03-2018 tarihinde Hazırlık Maçları mücadelesinde oynanan maç Peru 3-1 Iceland (FRIENDLY) olarak sona erdi. Hazırlık Maçları maç özetlerini her zaman sitemizde izleyebilirsiniz.
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          Julianna Barwick – Rising to the dawn, reaching to the sky      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Ambient music is a broad and often misleading category of music, but throughout all ambient music there is a sense of spacious and expansive musical landscapes. Julianna Barwick’s music is soaring, captivating and sparse, evocative of snowy, windblown places. And so it is no surprise to learn that her latest album, Nepenthe , was recorded at Sundlaugin in Iceland . Far from her Brooklyn home, on this outing Julianna Barwick works with Alex Somers (musical collaborator and domestic partner of Jónsi ), Róbert Sturla Reynisson of múm , Sundlaugin's sound engineer Birgir Jón "Biggi" Birgisson (engineer and editor for Sigur Rós ), as well as the string quartet Amiina . Nepenthe is more expansive that Barwick’s previous three albums. There is a sense of grief, mourning, and loss throughout (her grandmother recently passed). Wispy musical loops are folded over layers of often wordless vocals. Barwick has a sound like no other, but comparisons to Enya, Lisa Gerrard, and the Cocteau Twins are
          Iceland Rocks      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Maybe it is something to do with the landscape, but with a population only a little bigger than Spokane (about 320, 000), Iceland produces more than its fair share of talented musicians. The well-known names include Björk , Jónsi and his band Sigur Rós , as well as youngsters Of Monsters and Men . Given that it is an isolated and sparsely populated country, musicians in Iceland are a close-knit community. They not only inspire one another, but they also frequently play music together. One example is Amiina , a string sextext that started joining Sigur Rós on stage in 1999. Their most recent album, The Lighthouse Project, was produced by Ben Frost who is one of the founding members of The Bedroom Community , an Icelandic record label/collective. Another member of The Bedroom Community is Nico Muhly , a New York-based contemporary classical music composer and arranger who has worked with Björk, Philip Glass, The National, Antony & The Johnsons, Glen Hansard, and many others. The
          Ponant: New Ships and Expanded Deployment Drive Momentum       Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

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Le Laperouse

“Our focus now is to optimize 2019 and to hit the trail with summer 2020,” said Navin Sawhney, CEO of Ponant Americas. “The market is looking to book 18-plus months out.”

One of the market leaders in the expedition category, Ponant has a lion’s share of the Antarctica market and is now branching out to other destinations, including the tropics.

The company is at the start of a new ship expansion program, having christened the 180-guest Le Lapérouse in Iceland in July, with five sister ships and an ice breaker set to follow by 2021.

“The ship itself is simply spectacular,” Sawhney said. “I’ve seen a lot of ships, both river and ocean, and this particular ship is really special.”

His personal highlights include the Blue Eye underwater lounge, as well as the ship’s main lounge, which is appointed with numerous large windows to welcome in natural light.

“The general feel of the ship is very individualistic,” he continued. “Similar to each of the Boreal-class ships”

Sawhney is leading Ponant’s charge in North America; the company has expanded, welcoming more sales managers as its fleet and destination mix expand.

“The other part of it beyond taking it to market is educating our partners on how our product is expanding,” Sawhney explained.

New destinations in Ponant’s deployment are of a tropical variety, including the Seychelles and the Solomon Islands.

“There is a lot more variety to our portfolio with the expansion of the fleet,” he added.

Ponant’s guest is intellectually curious, and both returning passengers and new-to-Ponant guests have embraced the tropical deployment opportunities.

Operating expeditions for over two decades, Ponant has a solid expedition team and a deep roster of marine staff to oversee the company’s expansion.

Sawhney said he wasn’t worried about supply growth in the sector.

“I’m not worried about it,” he explained. “I am concerned about certain aspects of it, however. One of them is that you can’t take on expeditions lightly. You have to be very mindful of the sensitive environments you go into.”

The company is an active member of IAATO and AECO.

“The whole idea behind the expedition expansion is to help tomorrow’s traveler experience the world differently with a sense of meaning and purpose and come back from it transformed and changed without changing the environment.”

          Icelandair – $408 (Regular Economy) / $308 (Basic Economy): Philadelphia – Copenhagen, Denmark. Roundtrip, including all Taxes      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
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bongoHerman wrote:

You circled around Iceland and didn't say hi? :shake:

We had three hours in Reykjavik ... unfortunately not enough to bother you ... :soblue:

However, as we totally loved what we've seen, a tour by car is planned in the next couple of years. :meeple:
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IFA President, Joe Healy, has acknowledged the move by retailer Iceland, to support Irish liquid milk farmers, who are experiencing extreme financial pressure as a result of the extended drought this summer.   Healy welcomed the statement by Iceland confirming that they have instructed its milk supplier to pass an extra 2c per litre directly […]


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Trong lúc mọi sự trở nên bế tắc, tỉ số Nigeria 2-0 Iceland đã mở rộng cửa đi tiếp của đội tuyển Argentina cùng Messi. ]]>
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Sympatyczna jest historia Hilmara McShane'a (ur. 9.08.1999, dziś wchodzi w pełnoletność!). Jego ojciec, Ian Paul McShane (ur. 1978) to szkocki piłkarz, który jednak nie okazał się na tyle dobry, aby znaleźć zatrudnienie w ojczyźnie. W poszukiwaniu piłkarskiego chleba trafił na Islandię. W 1998 roku został piłkarzem UMF Grindavik.

Chyba nie spodziewał się wówczas, że jego życie radykalnie się zmieni. Krótko potem bowiem poznał lokalną dziewczynę, a rok później, właśnie w sierpniu 1999 na świat przyszedł Hilmar McShane.


McShane senior zadomowił się w Islandii. W Grindaviku występował łącznie przez dekadę, grał również w kilku innych klubach. Na wyspie jest znaną postacią - tekst-wywiad tutaj.

W swoim przedostatnim zespole minął się z... własnym synem. Ian Paul pożegnał się z Keflavik IF w lipcu 2014, a w październiku swój pierwszy występ dla tej drużyny zaliczył Hilmar. Mając nieco ponad 15 lat!

Hilmar McShane postrzegany jest jako wielki talent. W latach 2016-2017 z młodzieżowym zespołem Breidablik występował w UEFA Youth League (zgadnijcie z kim tam zagrał - odpowiedź tutaj). Obecnie kopie razem z seniorami UMF Grindavik.

Występuje też w juniorskich reprezentacjach Islandii. Z kadrą U-15 zagrał na Nanjing 2014 Youth Olympic Games.

Dorastając rozmawiałem z ojcem po angielsku, a on mówi z silnym akcentem. Dlatego ludzie tutaj myślą, że jestem Szkotem. Ojciec nauczył mnie także być fanem Rangersów. Mój ulubiony zawodnik to Nicky Law. Czuję się bardzo związany zarówno z Islandią, jak i Szkocją.

Ciekawe teksty o Hilmarze - tutaj i tutaj. I na zakończenie - film promocyjny. Trochę islandzki :)

Sami oceńcie jak daleko mu jeszcze do seniorskiej reprezentacji. Tylko pytanie do której.


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This is the best barbecue summer in decades. So how do you host a successful cookout, and what is the etiquette for guests?

In June, sales of Iceland’s barbecue range were up 74% year-on-year. On one sweltering day, it sold a whopping 447% more of its £5 barbecue selection pack. During this hot summer of hosepipe bans and heatwave alerts, Britain has clearly been barbecuing enthusiastically but, as that scramble for a 1.8kg pack of frozen sausages, burgers and chicken drumsticks illustrates, with its usual lack of planning. British barbecues remain impromptu, thrown-together affairs, which may explain why many are terrible. Despite the sunshine, barbecue- wise we are fumbling around in the dark. It’s time to change that. Read on for the ultimate barbecue etiquette guide.

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Iceland is reportedly set to relaunch its grocery website with a host of new features to improve the shopper experience. Iceland’s Managing Director Tarsem Dhaliwal told trade magazine The Grocer that the revamped site was scheduled to go online from (more…)

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Icelandic jewellery brand Aurum by Guðbjörg will be introducing a new retail strategy at International Jewellery London. In a novel departure from the traditional retail format, Aurum’s co-founders Guðbjörg Kristín Ingvarsdóttir and Karl Jóhann Jóhannsson are on a mission to simplify the way the brand works with resellers in order to get closer to their...

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What a lovely cake. Being that we're in full summer swing, I omitted the lemon and orange zest. Instead, I used strawberry Icelandic yogurt from Trader Joe's and strawberry extract. Then I used lime juice in the glaze rather than lemon juice. So good. A simple, stunning, delicious cake.
          Offer - Global Food Coating Market: Analysis and Opportunity Assessment 2023 - Mumbai      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Bharat Book Bureau Provides the Trending Market Research Report on "Food Coating Market by Ingredient Type, Application, Equipment Type, Form, Mode of Operation, and Region - Global Forecast to 2023" under Food & Beverage Category. The report offers a collection of superior market research, market analysis, competitive intelligence and industry reports.Food Coating Market is projected to reach 5,936.3 USD Million by 2023 at a CAGR of 4.98% from 2018-2023. The food coating equipment and food coating ingredients markets are projected to grow at a CAGR of 3.7% and 5.8%, respectivelyThe food coating ingredients and equipment markets are estimated to be valued at USD 2.73 billion and USD 1.93 billion, respectively, in 2018 and are projected to reach a value of USD 3.62 billion and USD 2.31 billion by 2023, growing at a CAGR of 5.8% and 3.7% respectively, from 2018 to 2023. The market is primarily driven by factors such as rising demand for frozen breaded meat products, seasoned veggie chips with specialty flavors, along with premium confectionery products enrobed with chocolate and growing demand for processed and convenience food. However, rising costs of production due to increasing energy & labor costs and the growing demand for organic and fresh food products are some factors which are expected to restrict the growth of the food coating equipment market in the long run.On the basis of application, meat & poultry is projected to be the fastest-growing segment in the food coating market during the forecast periodBased on the application of food coating, the meat & poultry segment is projected to grow at the highest rate. The expected rise in production units in countries such as the US, a shift in the consumption patterns, and preference for premium and chocolate & bakery products along with rise in demand for frozen meat products, and rise in the number of quick-service restaurants in some developing countries of Asia such as India, Indonesia, and Thailand are supporting the growth of meat & poultry coating.The automatic segment is projected to grow at the highest rate for the food coating equipment market during the forecast periodOne of the driving factors for the increasing use of automated food coating equipment is its ability to provide accurate coating. Automation of equipment in the food coating industry contributes to accurate coating, quick & reliable production processes, optimum utilization of time, reduced labor costs, and controlled operations. With the incorporation of automatic machinery, food coating can be carried out for a large number of products with comparatively lesser manpower, since this equipment functions automatically.North America and Europe are estimated to account for the largest share of the food coating ingredients and food coating equipment market, respectively in 2018North America is expected to dominate the food coating ingredients market in 2018 and is projected to grow steadily over the next five years. The market for food coating ingredients in this region is driven by the flourishing food processing industry. Additionally, the rise in health issues such as obesity and heart ailments in the region has prompted people to focus on eating healthy products such as breakfast cereals for diet management, in response to which food coating ingredient manufacturers have introduced their products with low sugar content and absence of allergens. 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Cinco grupos áereos de Europa Occidental tienen más de 200 aviones, liderados por Lufthansa Group. De hecho, esta parte del continente tiene 15 grupos de aerolíneas con flotas de más de 50 aviones frente a solo siete grupos de Europa Oriental/Central. No obstante, ambas regiones podrían equipararse a finales de 2028. El tema fue aborad por la Seción de Transportes en la más reciente edición de la Revista Hosteltur.

Hace una década, la flota de aviones comerciales de Europa Occidental era más de tres veces el tamaño de las de Europa Central/Oriental. Sin embargo, el robusto crecimiento en ésta última y el casi estancamiento de la primera, ha reducido esta diferencia de tamaño por debajo del 90%.

El occidente europeo tiene un 86% más de aviones en servicio que en centro-oriente. En concreto, Europa Occidental tiene, en la actualidad, 4.970 aviones comerciales en servicio, una cifra que supone un 86% más que Europa Oriental/Central, cuya flota es de 2.673 aviones; según CAPA. Sin embargo, occidente solo tiene un 24% más de pedidos de aviones que el oriente, con 1.279 frente a 1.034, respectivamente. En la última década, la flota de Europa centroriental creció un 80,7%, una media anual del 6,1%, mientras que la flota en occidente apenas aumentó un 3,8% (un promedio anual del 0,4%). Si esas tasas de crecimiento medio anual se mantuvieran, la flota del centro-oriente europeo llegará a ser más grande que la del occidente para finales de 2028. Un supuesto matemático poco probable en la realidad, dado que depende en gran medida de solo dos grupos aéreos.

Superioridad occidental

Europa Occidental sigue siendo la sede de la mayoría de los grupos aéreos más grandes del continente por tamaño de flota, mientras solo dos grupos del ranking de Europa Centroriental figuran en el top 10 global de Europa. En particular, el occidente tiene una gran ventaja en aviones de cuerpo ancho. Por otra parte, aunque es más grande, el sector aéreo de Europa occidental está más concentrado, y la fragmentación en Europa Oriental/Central apunta a un considerable margen de consolidación que ya se está registrando en la parte occidental del continente.

CAPA, Centro para la Aviación, hizo un estudio comparativo entre ambas regiones que, para efectos de este análisis y por causas operativas, concentró las regiones central y oriental.

Imagen Aerolíneas de Europa lideres en aviones
Grupos aéreos europeos líderes en flota.

Líderes de Occidente

De hecho, Europa Occidental tiene nueve grupos de aerolíneas que tienen más de 100 aviones, frente a solo dos en Europa Oriental/Central. Los cinco principales de occidente -Grupo Lufthansa, IAG, Air France-KLM, Ryanair y easyJet- tienen más de 200 aviones.

Por tipo de aeronave, ocho grupos en Europa Occidental tienen más de 100 aviones de fuselaje estrecho y tres más de 100 aviones de fuselaje ancho -Lufthansa Group, IAG y Air France-KLM- que son los tres primeros por tamaño de flota total y los líderes del mercado de largo radio. Ryanair, con la cuarta flota más grande de Europa Occidental, y de toda Europa, aunque solo de aviones de fuselaje estrecho, con 430; cifra que supera la flota total del grupo más grande de Europa Oriental/Central, Turkish Airlines Group, con 348 aviones.

Los líderes centro orientales

Por el contrario, solo dos grupos aéreos de Europa Oriental/Central están en el top 10 de Europa que son los líderes de Europa Oriental/Central, Turkish Airlines Group y Aeroflot Group, ambos con más de 300 aviones en total y más de 200 de fuselaje estrecho. Y solo el grupo aéreo turco tiene más de 100 aviones de cuerpo ancho.

Wizz Air, número tres en general de Europa Oriental/Central con 89 aviones, tiene la flota más grande de fuselaje estrecho de esta parte del continente.

Aunque Europa Occidental es mayor por flota total que Europa Oriental/ Central, ésta última está mucho más fragmentada. Es decir, su flota pertenece a un número mayor de aerolíneas: los 10 principales grupos aéreos por tamaño de flota en Europa Occidental tienen el 68% de los aviones de la región, en comparación con el 48% de los 10 principales en Europa Oriental/Central. Para los cinco primeros, las cifras son del 55 y 38%, respectivamente.

Esto sugiere un considerable margen de consolidación Europa Oriental/ Central, que tiene un mayor número de aerolíneas más pequeñas: hay 195 grupos de aerolíneas en Europa Oriental/Central, en comparación con 138 en Europa Occidental, según la base de datos de flota de CAPA.

Ancho o estrecho según la región

En Europa occidental, el 55% de aviones son de fuselaje estrecho, más que la media mundial del 50%, y el 20% son aviones de fuselaje ancho, también superior a la media mundial del 18%.

La flota de Europa Central/Oriental también está sobrepasada en aviones de fuselaje estrecho, que representan el 54% de los aviones en la región, pero se queda corta en aparatos de fuselaje ancho, que suponen solo el 14% de sus aviones, por debajo de la media mundial.

La mayor concentración de aviones de cuerpo ancho en Europa Occidental obedece al liderazgo de las compañías aéreas y hubs de conexión de esta región y al importante papel que juegan en el suministro de conectividad intercontinental para toda Europa. En números absolutos, las 1.000 unidades del Occidente europeo casi triplican las 373 de centro-oriente.

Líderes en pedidos

Los pedidos de aviones de Europa Occidental corresponden un 72% a los de fuselaje estrecho frente al 73% a nivel mundial; 22% de fuselaje ancho, por encima del promedio global del 15%.

La lista de los principales grupos aéreos de la región clasificados por el número total de pedidos de aviones en firme tiene algunas diferencias significativas con respecto a la clasificación por aeronaves en servicio.

Así, el grupo Norwegian lidera la región por pedidos con 227, pero ocupa el sexto lugar por flota en servicio. IAG da un salto sobre Lufthansa Group para tomar el segundo lugar por pedidos, mientras que Ryanair y easyJet retienen el cuarto y el quinto lugar, respectivamente. Los cinco primeros tienen más de 100 aviones encargados y hay tres grupos más con al menos 50.

Imagen Aerolíneas de Europa lideres en aviones
Lufthansa, líder en flota del continente (Foto: TMBU).

Air France-KLM, tercero por flota en servicio, es solo el octavo por pedidos de aeronaves y SAS cae del octavo al duodécimo. Air Europa, Nordic LCC Primera Air, Germania, Virgin Atlantic, Icelandair y la aerolínea de vuelos chárter portugueses Hi Fly están clasificadas entre las primeras 15 por pedidos, pero no en el top 15 por aeronaves en servicio.

Por otra parte, el número de pedidos desproporcionadamente alto en Europa Occidental para aeronaves de fuselaje ancho desvela la ambición de sus aerolíneas operadoras en el largo radio de mantener un papel de liderazgo en los mercados intercontinentales, impulsado por el actual auge de nuevas compañías low cost incluso de los grandes grupos aéreos europeos (Eurowings, de Lufthansa; Level, de IAG).

Pedidos centro-orientales

En Europa Oriental/Central, el 84% de los pedidos corresponde a aeronaves de fuselaje estrecho, superior al 73% mundial; y el 10% a las de fuselaje ancho frente al 15% mundial Wizz Air tiene el mayor número de pedidos en Europa Oriental/Central y también en toda Europa, con 276 pedidos en curso, todos de fuselaje estrecho. El único otro grupo con más de 100 pedidos es Turkish Airlines, con 255.

Hay tres grupos más con más de 50 pedidos -Aeroflot, Pegasus y UTair-, pero los pedidos de Europa Oriental/Central están muy impulsados por los dos primeros, Wizz Air y Aeroflot, que juntos representan el 53% de todos los pedidos en la región. El grupo turco tiene el mayor número de pedidos de fuselaje ancho. La flota de Europa Oriental/Central crece mucho más rápido que la de Europa Occidental, si bien sigue siendo más pequeña que Europa Occidental en la flota total. No obstante, su potencial se refleja en una mayor proporción de pedidos que el porcentaje de la flota en servicio.

Modelos más populares

La familia A320 lidera cómodamente los pedidos de aviones de fuselaje estrecho en ambas regiones, con un total de 1.058, distribuidos balanceadamente entre Europa Occidental (538) y Europa Central/Oriental (520); y un 73% sobre los 611 pedidos del Boeing 737, repartidos en 377 y 234, respectivamente.

En cuanto a los aviones de fuselaje ancho, lidera los pedidos el A350 con 118 en occidente y solo 39 en centro-oriente; seguido de cerca por el 787 Dreamliner, con 99 y 33, respectivamente. Les siguen el B777 y el A330, de los que sus nuevas versiones predominan en occidente.

          6 Days on a tour around Iceland.      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Yes i went on a 6 days tour around Iceland with 4 guests from Russia. We had amazing days together.
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It will definitely be necessary to change the way in which taxes are collected from road users in the future, according to transport minister Sigurður Ingi Jóhannsson. Asked whether it is acceptable that not all tax revenue generated from road users goes into the road network, Sigurður Ingi said that the state of Iceland’s road network has become a worry in recent years and that improvements are expected, thanks to increased investment.  RÚV has reported in Icelandic several times in recent weeks about the state of the roads and the concern this has caused FÍB (the Association of Icelandic Car Owners), Vegagerðin (The Icelandic Road and Coastal Administration), and the Icelandic Travel Industry Association. All believe there is an accumulating need for better road maintenance.  The state’s earnings from motor vehicles in 2016 were 44 billion krónur—only half of which went into roadbuilding and maintenance.  “That is certainly true,” Sigurður Ingi says. “If we look at all the taxation of motor vehicles, it has never gone entirely to roadworks.”   “We are of course considering how to generate revenue from road users in the future as we are slowly but surely moving from diesel and petrol over to other energy sources like hydrogen and electricity which we don’t charge any duty on. So it is certain that we will change this taxation, yes.”  
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The online retailer and food delivery service has started offering takeaway food deliveries by air in Reykjavík. To begin with, there will be 15 pre-approved collection spots around the city, but it will also be possible to fly deliveries to people’s front door if they have their neighbours’ blessing. Drones are prepared for deliveries at HQ on Skútuvogi. The drones currently in use can carry up to three kilograms and cannot fly in high winds. Their successors, expected soon, will be able to take significantly more weight, fly further, and pay little heed to rain, snow, and wind.  “We have nine specially trained staff on this who have been on courses about meteorology, health & safety, and drone piloting, as well as how to use this system in order to control the drones,” says Maron Kristófersson, joint owner of  The company has been granted permission from the authorities (the Icelandic Transport Authority, Isavia, the City of Reykjavík, the police and the ministries of transport and municipalities) for around 15 flight paths within the city to the same number of landing sites, and all the routes have undergone risk assessments.   “People can take delivery, if they live in outlying areas, into their gardens, as long as they have permission from their neighbours that it is okay,” Maron says.  5-600 test flights have been made since last autumn and Reykjavík is among the first cities in the world to offer home food delivery by drone. Preliminary trials have taken place in many cities and such deliveries are expected to become very popular in the future. International interest in the new service has been intense and includes the BBC and CNN.  People who order will receive a text message when their drone is airborne and will be able to follow its progress in real time. When the drone reaches its destination and starts descending, a second text message will be sent to say when it reaches 15 metres above the ground. The recipient must then confirm that it is clear to land. A demonstration flight for RÚV took less than five minutes at a distance of some three kilometres.  The company’s other owner, Helgi Már Þórðarson, says the drone service has already had real paying customers and that everyone is now welcome to try the service, weather permitting.   
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Close to 200 cruise ship passengers made landfall yesterday on the remote, uninhabited Hornstrandir nature reserve in the Westfjords of Iceland. The passengers and ship operators did not break any laws, though authorities are currently working to strengthen legislation around making landfall in the nature reserve. The same ship, Le Boreal, prompted controversy last year when it disembarked passengers on the Hornstrandir nature reserve without proper customs screening. This time around, the ship took its customs inspection in Ísafjörður yesterday before carrying on to Veiðileysufjörður and Hesteyrarfjörður in Hornstrandir. “Based on the traffic, both in Zodiacs and people I saw there, and people who were still ashore, I would guess there were at least between 150 and 200 people who went ashore,” says Kristín Ósk Jónasdóttir, a specialist and ranger with the Environment Agency, who monitored the ship’s activities.  A management and protection plan for Hornstrandir is currently in preparation and is expected to set limits on the size of ships allowed to visit the reserve. Until the new rules come into effect, however, ships like Le Boreal are entitled to disembark passengers there, after customs clearance.  “We have sent a request to all tourism providers, including those serving the cruise ships, which requests certain caps on numbers,” Kristín says. It recommends, for example, that organised tours should not include more than 20 people following rainy periods. “Having 200 people in such a sensitive environment has an undeniably massive impact and I fear that while we have no tools to stop it then there will be more ships on the horizon waiting to do the same,” Kristín adds.  Although new rules are expected to govern landing on Hornstrandir soon, the problem is not limited to that one nature reserve. Kristín says: “We need to set rules on disembarkation from cruise ships across the whole country, both in protected areas and those that are not protected, and control this traffic like that.”   
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auf dem Flugplatz von Ilulissat (Grönland)
Das blaue-weiße Flugzeug vorne ist unser Flugzeug der Air Iceland Connect von Ilulissat nach Reykjavik. Ob das Flugzeug wirklich abfliegt, ist immer Glückssache und hängt vom Wetter ab.

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          Major UK Grocery Chain Iceland Develops Its Own Vegan Food Line        Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
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          Last Words: Northern Exposure      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Iceland’s strongest revenue stream right now.

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Melissa Joskow / Media Matters

Dinesh D’Souza’s new fake-documentary Death of a Nation opens with Adolf Hitler and his companion Eva Braun grimly committing suicide in the Fuhrerbunker, after which their bodies are hauled up to the streets of war-ravaged Berlin and set on fire. If you were to ask me why the movie opens with this gruesome reenactment, or why D’Souza had the actor portraying the Nazi dictator stare poignantly into the camera before shooting himself in the head, I honestly could not tell you. Nor can I offer any coherent explanation for why this film inflicts several other cinematic retellings of Hitler’s life upon the viewer. None of it is explained, and none of it makes much sense. What I can say is that Death of a Nation is a terrible and disgusting film, even by D’Souza standards.

By now D’Souza’s filmmaking shtick is tiresome and relentlessly predictable: He play-acts at being a public intellectual and haphazardly tortures the historical record in the service of “proving” an ill-considered argument. In the process, he typically ends up accidentally disproving his own thesis and veers off into bigotry. The shodiness of the scholarship is (poorly) papered over with cinematic flourishes and ego-engorging footage of “Dinesh D’Souza: Serious Historian” as he walks around historically significant sites bathing them with terribly meaningful glances. Death of a Nation ticks all these boxes and offers a couple more pathetically self-indulgent twists, like carving out a few minutes of screentime for D’Souza’s wife to warble a treacly song about America.

The thrust of Death of a Nation is that America is at a moment of existential crisis similar to the Civil War, and that the nation will, ahem, die if “the left” (George Soros, antifa, moderate Democrats, whoever) succeeds at whatever nefarious scheme it is assumed to have. The only thing standing between America and its demise is President Donald Trump, whom D’Souza casts as a glittering reincarnation of Abraham Lincoln. D’Souza presents the divide between left and right in hilariously childish terms, describing Democrats and progressives as “the bad guys” (meaning racists and fascists and totalitarians) and Republicans and conservatives as “the good guys” (the opposite of the bad guys). This dynamic has held firm throughout American history, D’Souza argues, and is a global phenomenon as well.

That brings us back to Hitler. D’Souza’s theory of history requires that every villain be of the left, so he is obligated to demonstrate that fascism is actually a left-wing ideology. D’Souza is a late arrival to this rotten exercise in partisan revisionism, and his contributions to it are characteristically lazy. “Check out the official Nazi platform,” D’Souza says. “State-controlled health care, profit-sharing for workers and large corporations, moneylenders and profiteers punished by death, state control of education, state control of media and the press, state control of banks and industries, seizure of land without compensation, state control of religious expression -- this reads like something jointly written by Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders!”

This grotesque comparison required D’Souza to both water down the explicit bigotry of the Nazi platform and impute its totalitarian character to two sitting senators -- one of whom is Jewish, and neither of whom advocate for murdering bankers or call for state-run media, etc. But since D’Souza wants to ply this simple-minded exercise, I’ll point out that the Nazi platform also calls for a ban on immigration, mass deportations, a military buildup, and “legal opposition to known lies and their promulgation through the press.”

Blundering and incendiary allegations of leftist-fascist alignment abound in Death of a Nation. D’Souza argues that Auschwitz doctor and war criminal Josef Mengele was a “progressive” because he performed abortions in South America after the war. “Under Obama, we saw government control increase dramatically over banks, investment companies, energy companies, the entire health care sector, and education,” D’Souza says. “This is state-run capitalism [it isn’t], which is the clinical definition of fascism [it’s not].”

His treatment of Hitler’s relationship with Ernst Röhm, the commander of the Nazi Party paramilitary force Sturmabteilung, clearly demonstrates D’Souza’s pernicious sloppiness. “Some progressives try to portray Hitler as a right-winger by insisting he was anti-gay,” D’Souza says. “But Hitler knew that the brownshirt leader Ernst Röhm was a notorious homosexual, as were many other brownshirts. ... When Heinrich Himmler urged Hitler to purge the gay brownshirts out of the Nazi movement, Hitler refused. Hitler said he didn’t care what the brownshirts did in private, as long as they were good fighters. Hitler was no social conservative.”

This argument is a disgusting whitewash of Nazi terror and is an accidental indictment of social conservatism. To suggest that Hitler was somehow tolerant of (or indifferent to) homosexuality because he declined to persecute the stormtroopers who committed political violence on his behalf deliberately ignores Third Reich’s legal attacks on Germany’s LGBTQ population and the countless LGBTQ people who died in Hitler’s concentration camps. Röhm’s purge was followed by a viciously homophobic propaganda campaign used to justify the action.

And it’s absurd for D’Souza, himself a social conservative, to define “social conservatism” against Hitler’s politically expedient hesitancy to expel/murder gay men from his political movement. If Hitler’s (temporary) unwillingness to do that disqualifies him from the ranks of social conservatives, then what does that say about true social conservatives?

The flipside to D’Souza’s artless smearing of leftists as the “real” fascists is his equally incompetent effort to absolve the right generally (and Donald Trump specifically) of the taint of white supremacy.

D’Souza tries to argue that 2017’s violent white supremacist outburst in Charlottesville, VA, which left one counter-protester dead, had nothing to do with right-wing politics or Donald Trump. “There they are, white supremacists and neo-Nazis in Trump hats,” D’Souza sneers over footage of the Charlottesville rallies. “Doesn’t that prove that racism today is on the right?”

Not at all, D’Souza counters, saying that Charlottesville organizer and white supremacist Jason Kessler was once an Obama supporter. He doesn’t explain why that fact precludes Kessler being a white nationalist Trump supporter now, nor does he explain how it debunks the footage D’Souza himself aired of white supremacists in Charlottesville wearing “Make America Great Again” hats, nor does he address the fact that Trump defended the white nationalist protesters. He just makes a largely meaningless observation that leaves the ongoing issue of white nationalists’ affinity for Trump glaringly unresolved.

D’Souza also interviews white supremacist figurehead Richard Spencer in an attempt to demonstrate that Spencer’s and Trump’s worldviews are wholly divergent, and his gambit backfires. D’Souza asks him: “Would you be happy with an immigration strategy that basically said, ‘We want people from New Zealand, Australia, white guys from Europe, Iceland, and South Africa; we don’t want that many people from -- if any -- Barbados or Bombay?’” After Spencer says yes, D’Souza responds: “Now this seems very different than Trump.”

It’s not really that different, though, given that Trump reportedly told lawmakers that he wanted more immigrants from Norway and fewer people from “shithole countries” -- Haiti and African nations, specifically. That comment was a big hit among white supremacists, including Spencer. D’Souza insists to Spencer that “the line that Trump is drawing is not a racial line but a line between the legal and the illegal immigrant.” The Trump White House, meanwhile, is reportedly planning harsh restrictions on legal immigrants seeking citizenship.

Ridiculous, self-defeating arguments like this permeate Death of a Nation primarily because D’Souza doesn’t give a shit and has precisely zero respect for his intended audience. D’Souza does not want to change minds or start a discussion about political history -- this movie exists to wring as much cash as can be wrung from people who already believe that Democrats are Nazis and, as D’Souza puts it, “the real racists.” He doesn’t care about the soundness of his arguments. He just wants money and to go on TV.

At this point, D’Souza barely bothers to conceal his avarice and mendacity because he doesn’t have to. He exists within a putrefying conservative political and media ecosystem that either celebrates his fraudulent money-grubbing or determinedly ignores it. He’s doing the rounds on Fox News and talk radio, and he has the support of the president and the president’s family. None of them care that D’Souza has been discredited more times than can be counted, or that he’s erasing Hitler’s murderous persecution of LGBTQ people, or that he accidentally demonstrated parallels between Trump and white supremacists. D’Souza is calling Democrats “fascists” and Donald Trump the next Abe Lincoln, and that’s good enough.

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          Equinely-Inclined 140: Saskatchewan Equine Expo - Meeting the Trainers      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Sylvia Schneider and Diana Balbar share three interviews from the Saskatchewan Equine Expo. Interviews are with Lachlan Bell, Dale Clearwater, and Doug Mills - the trainers from the Trainers Challenge. They discuss results from the Challenge, the Road to the Horse, and the upcoming Mane Event Expo. Sylvia shares horsey highlights of her trip to England, Ireland, and Iceland.
          I Am The Cold, I Am The Snow      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
I Am The Cold, I Am The Snow

BOOK REPORT for Spinning Silver by Naomi Novik

Cover Story: I’m Sensing A Theme
BFF Charm: Make It Rain
Swoonworthy Scale: 3
Talky Talk: Fantasy He Said, She Said
Bonus Factors: Family, Political Machinations, Fairy Tales, A Land Of Ice And Snow
Anti-Bonus Factors: Female Subjugation, Patty Chase Award For Awful Parenting
Relationship Status: Enchanted

Cover Story: I’m Sensing A Theme

I like it when an author finds a cover style she likes and goes with it. This and Uprooted aren’t in the same world (I think?) but the feel is similar, so the cover style goes along well. Do I love this particular cover aesthetic? Personally, no, but it could be a lot worse.

The Deal:

It all begins with a poor, Jewish family in a tiny town that wouldn’t even appear on a map. Miryem’s father is too tenderhearted for the moneylending business he married into, unable to collect on debts even when his family is about to starve. Miryem refuses to let her mother’s cough get any worse, so she hardens her heart and goes door to door collecting what is owed to her father.

And it works. Miryem is scary-good at balancing the books and staying firm in the face of excuses and rudeness. Her family begins to flourish, even as they worry her job may be ruining her soul. Perhaps they have a right to be concerned, because Miryem’s fate comes a-knocking in the form of the Staryk, a magical folk who love the cold, the color white, and kill whomever thinks to take what they consider theirs. They issue a challenge to Miryem: turn their magical Staryk silver into gold or, well, you don’t want to know.

Miryem’s simple act of keeping her family alive put in motion more than she could have guessed; her refusal to be content with her lot in life puts her entire country in jeopardy and permanently changes the lives of two other women: one, a simple farmer’s daughter, who helps Miryem’s family in exchange for her father’s debt. The other, a duke’s daughter, whose interactions with Miryem and the Staryk silver help her capture the eye of the tsar—and something else even more sinister. 

BFF Charm: Make It Rain

This book is chock full of ladies who become their own taskmasters, who aren’t content to sit around and let life lead them by the hand. I don’t know where I’d fit into this girl group, but I’d be in excellent company regardless. I was super invested in each story and wanted everyone to take a break and have just one night to themselves for a slumber party without all those pain-in-the-butt men imposing their will and killing the vibe.

Miryem’s people have been persecuted and driven from their lands, but she stands proud and takes comfort in her ability to provide for herself and her parents. She can’t waste time on other’s opinions lest she freeze to death.

Wanda must overcome her abusive father and her lack of education to determine what it is she wants out of life (and it’s certainly not a husband who will use her for her dowry and her work ethic, thank you very much). My heart broke for her and rejoiced with her each time she took a step towards independence.

And Irina has lived her life as the plain daughter of an influential and social-climbing duke, always knowing she’s but a paltry tool in her father’s political arsenal. She suddenly finds herself the tsarina to her people and hunted because of it.

Swoonworthy Scale: 3

The romance, unfortunately, was the weakest part of the story for me (unfortunately because I do so love a good romance, though YMMV). The romances were almost too subtle. There was so much packed into the book that romance took a backseat to the action. It felt like we were supposed to rejoice in certain romantic wins by the end, but I didn’t feel there was enough good build-up to really believe in the pay-off. So don’t run into this expecting a kissing book, is all I’m saying. Managing those expectations now will make for a better journey overall.

Talky Talk: Fantasy He Said, She Said

Spinning Silver was super ambitious, tying in no less than six viewpoints, a tangle of plot threads, magical and political implications, curses, and at least five different settings. For the most part, it worked amazingly well. Novik unfolded each perspective in its own time, giving you a chance to settle into the world and the cast of characters before throwing you into multiple heads. She also knew just where to end each chapter and switch focuses to really drive me, the reader, insane (in a good way). There’s something about Novik’s writing that feels so old-world-y fairy tale, like you picked up a dusty history book from centuries ago and got sucked into a fantastical world that used to exist. I also appreciated the dry, wry humor some of the characters exhibited when faced with a messed up world they weren’t supposed to have much say in. I highlighted quite a few passages for myself, as you may notice.

Bonus Factors: Family

The ones we’re born with and the ones we make. Wanda starts off feeling much removed from everyone, including her brothers, but circumstances are what they are, and her little family’s growth was some of my favorite in the entire novel. Even the small moments of sisterhood between Miryem, Irina, and Wanda were like a match on a cold night.

Bonus Factor: Political Machinations

Who doesn’t love a good political intrigue (uh, when it’s not in your own real life)? Mix in some truly creepy sounding demons and you’ve got some incredibly high stakes.

Bonus Factor: Fairy Tales

Spinning Silver seems to pull a bit from Rumpelstiltskin and tales like Hades and Persephone. It’s a mish mosh of the great parts of many fairy tales and seems to be angling to become a classic in its own right. Also, you know that part of the tale when the protagonist has to outsmart the antagonist and complete a task that seems impossible? This novel has some great moments of that.

Bonus Factor: A Land Of Ice And Snow

I could practically feel my fingers and toes freezing while reading this and I’m deep in the middle of summer in Florida, where just looking out a window makes me perspire. Novik’s descriptive sense of place, a human world that is slowly freezing to death (with all that entails), is altogether vivid and bleak:

A bitter cold was radiating out of the wood; if you knelt down and put out your bare hand, you could feel the chill creeping along the ground as though breathed out faintly by some distant giant, and the air had a thick strong smell of broken pine branches.

Anti-Bonus Factor: Female Subjugation

You’ll want to rage against the machine patriarchy that reduces a woman’s worth to her vagina and her father’s coffers:

“Gorek, she won’t look good for her wedding like this,” Kajus said, as if he was trying to make it all a joke. His voice was a little scared in my ringing ears.
“Who cares about her face!” my father said. “He’ll have the part of a woman that matters. […]”

Yuck. So much trauma could have been avoided if Wanda, Miryem, and Irina were simply granted the right to choose their own lives instead of having things forced upon them.

I think many of us ladies have felt this way in our lives:

I wanted to ease the moment past. The temptation was familiar: to go along, to make myself small enough to slip past a looming danger. For a moment I was back in the snow with [REDACTED] coming at me, his face contorted and his big fists clenched. I wanted to scramble away, to ask for mercy, fear running hot all along my spine. But it was all the same choice, every time. The choice between the one death and all the little ones.

Anti-Bonus Factor: Patty Chase Award For Awful Parenting

Wanda’s dad is by far the woooorst (see above), with his drinking and abusiveness, but despite being a step above physical violence, Irina and Miryem’s fathers aren’t exactly prizes themselves. Irina’s isn’t above selling her off to the highest bidder, and Miryem’s dad is so passive at times he would let his family die than do the dirty work to provide for them. Yet even when they are doing despicable things, (most) of these men aren’t cartoonishly evil; Novik paints them in true human fashion—we all have our good and bad parts.

Relationship Status: Enchanted

In the words of Taylor Swift, it was enchanting to meet you, Book. I didn’t want our time together to end, and I will look back on that magical night with fondness and the desire for more.

Literary Matchmaking:


• Obvs if you haven’t read Naomi Novik’s first book, Uprooted, then please go and DO IT. 

• For another Medieval Russian setting and lyrical fantasy, check out Katherine Arden’s trilogy that starts with The Bear and the Nightingale

• In Margaret Roberson’s An Enchantment of Ravens, you’ll find another girl whose extreme competence at her job gets her mixed up with a proud and mystical king. 

FTC Full Disclosure: I purchased my own copy of this book. I received neither money nor peanut butter cups in exchange for this review. Spinning Silver is available now.

          Hamren takes charge at Iceland, Gareca signs extension with Peru      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Gareca signs Peru extension While Iceland revealed their new head coach, fellow Russia 2018 side Peru ​announced that they reached an agreement with coach Ricardo Gareca for a contract extension that will see him remain in charge through the qualifying campaign for Qatar 2022. The Argentinian led Peru to their first World Cup finals ...
          Happy Letters Brush Script font by birdesign      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

16.00 USD

Let the brush roll and see how the font Happy Letters gives a delightful touch to your art imagery with natural and stylish lines. This font brings a casual yet organic feel with rough edges and realistic brush textures. Perfect for printed cards, invitations, wedding imagery, thank you cards, book titles, restaurant menus, as well as digital applications such as social media branding projects, newsletters, eLetters, eCourses, eBooks headlines, among many more.

Commercial use allowed!

This font is composed by 2 different styles: Happy Letters Script including a Stylistic set if you want to change a letter or capital on any text with ligatures for a more realistic text design. It also features a Bonus Swashes Font with different brushes, perfect for finishing details or extra decor in your text line.

This Set Includes:

- 2 font files (OTF)
- Full upper and lowercase
- Stylistic Set
- Numerals and Punctuation (OpenType Standard)
- Accents (Multi-lingual support)
- Traditional Double Letter Ligatures
- Bonus font including dingbat graphics and brushes

Supported Languages: Afrikaans, Albanian, Catalan, Croatian, Czech, Danish, Dutch, Estonian, Finnish French, German Icelandic, Italian, Maltese, Norwegian, Portuguese, Romanian, Slovenian, Spanish, Swedish, Latvian, Lithuanian, Turkish among others.

Feel free to reach out if you have any questions or comments. I'd love to see what you do with this script font. Enjoy! :)

SKU: FT003

          Review: In ‘The Swan,’ Ennui Permeates Rural Iceland      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
A young girl moves from the city to the country and gets her first glimpses of birth, death, sex and betrayal, but boredom is the overriding theme.
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          9 paid iPhone apps you can download for free on August 9th      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

We were too busy to round up yesterday's best paid iPhone and iPad apps on sale for free, so we did some extra digging on Thursday and came up with nine great new options. Just make sure you download them all as soon as you can because these sales could end at any time.

This post covers paid iPhone and iPad apps that have been made available for free for a limited time by their developers. BGR is not affiliated with any developers. There is no way to tell how long they will be free. These sales could end an hour from now or a week from now — obviously, the only thing we can guarantee is that they were free at the time this post was written. If you click on a link and see a price listed next to an app instead of the word “get,” it is no longer free. The sale has ended. If you download the app anyway, you will be charged by Apple. Subscribe to our feed to be notified as soon as these posts are published, and you’ll avoid missing the sales we cover.

Pinball Breaker Forever

Normally $0.99.

Pinball Breaker Forever merges pinball and brick breaking mechanics to produce a supercharged twitchy randomly generated endless gaming experience, with a vibe from the 80's! Easy to play, hard to master!!

Monster-Blocks appear in waves and slowly go down the screen one after the other. Protect your city from the invaders by destroying the blocks before they reach the bottom of the screen.

Side tracks with optional skill shot mini-games will increase your score and add another twist to the game.

Main Features:

- Endless randomly generated levels
- 6 types of power-ups like explosions, unstoppable ball or multiballs
- 15 types of side track mini-game like target arrays, bumpers, spinners or laser
- Progress through power-ups, skill shots and cosmetic unlocks
- Many types of blocks with different behaviour
- Replaykit for replays and shares
- Tactical aiming: scan the maps for weaknesses and power-ups to increase your efficiency
- MFI support
- Game Center achievements and leaderboards
- Original soundtrack
- Live broadcasting

Download Pinball Breaker Forever

Up Rise

All in-app purchases for character upgrades are currently free.

Ascend through the various obstacles in this artistically elegant adventure. Dodge the enemies by swiping left and right. Enemies appear in all shapes, sizes and colours.

- Free to play (iAP to remove ads).
- 5 playable characters.
- Worldwide leaderboards.
- Enemies in various colours, shapes & sizes.

Download Up Rise


Normally $0.99.

- Easy to play
There are only 2 buttons: Jump and attack. Take actions based on the in-game situations. Simple and straightforward.
- Unique aesthetic styles
Minimalistic 3D artwork with a full screen of post-combo special effects deliver exhilarating visual impacts.
- 60fps smooth frame rate
We ensure that even devices with the lowest settings are able to enjoy the smooth and natural game experience.
- Global Ranking
Challenge players around the world to show your skills and rank top on the chart!
Gold Prize at 2017 The 10th Xiamen International Animation Festival

Download Bladeheart

Spiko for Whatsapp

Normally $4.99.

Have you ever received voice messages in Whatsapp and wasn't able to listen at that time ?

With this app you can convert your voice messages to text.

1. Select a voice message in whatsapp app.
2. Tap on the forward button.
3. Choose "Spiko for Whatsapp".

That's it - your voice message will show up as text !

Currently supported languages:
Arabic, Azerbaijani, Bulgarian, Bengali, Bosnian, Catalan, Czech, Danish, German, Greek, English, Spanish, Estonian, Persian, Finnish, French, Hebrew, Hindi, Croatian, Hungarian, Indonesian, Icelandic, Italian, Japanese, Georgian, Korean, Latin, Lithuanian, Latvian, Macedonian, Mongolian, Malay, Burmese, Dutch, Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Russian, Kinyarwanda, Slovak, Slovenian, Somali, Albanian, Serbian, Swedish, Tagalog, Turkish, Ukrainian, Uzbek, Vietnamese, Chinese.

Download Spiko for Whatsapp

YourApparel - pick your style

Pro in-app purchase to remove ads is currently free.

Many people agonise over what to wear, whether for a specific occasion or just every day. YourApparel provides a great new twist to the daily routine of selecting an outfit. It offers inspiration by suggesting suitable clothes from your own wardrobe and gives exciting reminders of items you may have forgotten about. It learns your tastes as you go, so the more you use it, the more it will suggest outfits you love.

Simple to use
The app is aimed at anyone - of any age and gender who would like fashion inspiration at a single touch, anytime, anywhere.

Pick your events
Whether you’re going to the perfect job interview or you’ve been invited to the social event of the year, YourApparel can find an outfit for any occasion.

Outfit recommendations
YourApparel learns your tastes as you go, so the more you use it, the more it will suggest the outfits you love, it’s like your own personal shopper!

Manage your wardrobe
All the items in your YourApparel wardrobe can be tagged with different events like work, a wedding, an interview or a birthday party.

Download YourApparel - pick your style

Night Web Browser by Alex

Normally $0.99.

**Appointed to Top 5 Best Web Browsers for iPhone by iMore**

Night Web Browser by Alex is THE ONLY web browser that lets you DIM 100% of your screen, including the keyboard, status bar, web videos like YOUTUBE and INSTAGRAM, Facebook etc.

Do you think that your iPhone's/iPad's screen is too bright when you look at it in the dark?

Night Web Browser allows you to surf the web in the dark without disturbing the one next to you and without straining your eyes.

Perfect for you who love doing some browsing before sleep without the risk of waking the one next to you because of the bright iPhone screen.

Night Web Browser lets you dim the screen including the keyboard to even less brightness than the minimum standard iPhone/iPad setting. You can simply access the brightness control whenever you want with just one tap in the browser.


- Brightness control/Darkness boost
- Night mode with warmer color temperature
- Search instantly in the address field and choose from search results that instantly appear as you type
- Swipe for back/forward navigation like in Safari
- Bookmarks
- Modern minimal design
- 64-bit support

Download Night Web Browser by Alex

Angle Meter PRO

Normally $1.99.

Angle Meter PRO lets you measure the angle or slope. Note that you will be able to measure a variety of slope forms. You can choose to directly measure the surface by the second mode, which makes it relatively easy to measure up,or to measure the angle of the target away a short distance away from you after kilo meter. By measuring the angle from the camera aperture. This is a reference line, respectively, and the angles are measured while the display on your phone continuously. You also can take what you measure by showing the angle to keep a check on it later.

1) Real time display angle value reference by horizontal axis.
2) 2 mode for using(mode 1 and mode 2).
3) Support measure angles with the camera mode.
3.1) you can take screen short can be a target for record store at a later time.
4) Support the ability to measure the angle from the image.
5) Graphics Animation display related by mode.
6) Display 0 to 90 degree reference by horizontal axis.
7) Calibrate option for accuracy.

8) Support Level Meter allows you to measure the degree of tilt in the vertical plane and can take many forms. The measurements in each axis is locked to the screen, still more easy to measure.

***For Level Measurement
1) The three models at the same level. Including horizontal, vertical and inclined at 45 degrees.
2) Sound a warning when it finds that the measure in the horizontal plane. That is the angle measured in the plane is less than 1 degree (you can enable / disable this).
3) While the display is illuminated at all times, making the work easier (you can enable / disable this).

Download Angle Meter PRO

Super Space X

Normally $0.99.

In Super Space X you control the Intruder 53X, a spacecraft which carries a special load.

Dodge meteorites, laser rays and plasma balls to pass to the next level and achieve your goal but, be careful because the game it’s not easy at all. Scenes are designed for you to do your best at every second. You won’t have time to relax.

Get the different types of capsules that will help you to improve your scores and win the game.

- The red capsule will help you to destroy asteroids.
- The blue capsule will give you points and you could get your shield back.

The game has nine stages with a design that will complicate things to avoid you get your goals.

Super Space X is a game developed by Black Cube with music by Mr. Spastic, Gregoire Lourme and other artists.


- 9 scenes in which you can play and improve your scores.
- Pixel Art design.
- 60 constant FPS.
- Share your achievements using Game Center.
- Ultra-adjusted difficulty.
- Easy and intuitive control.
- Music by Mr. Spastic, Gregorio Lourme and other artists.

Download Super Space X

Universal Image Search Pro

Normally $0.99.

# Featured on Yahoo, AppShopper, and many Top websites & Blogs !
# Best App to search image online .
# Rated 4+ star (Avg) by users .
# A powerful App to get Image from popular image sharing website and search engine in single App.
# Top best results from every Image sharing website at one place with just single click .

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@This app is amazing,you can search a thing and find what you really want which one you want,
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@I like the way it is designed, very well done. Thanks.
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@Perfecta para buscar imágenes en varios buscadores
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@Excellent Image Search
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** App show top results from search engine and show it within the app
* Save image to phone
* Easy to switch between search results
* Clear view of image , no text or other media

Advantage of this App:-
* Save a lot of time of User to Search Image on Internet
* Get the best results from different search engine and image sharing website
* Very less in size .so take less memory .
* User friendly Design
* Just Single Click to Switch Different Website Results .
* Write once in Search Text box , Universal Image Search will search for all Six Image Sharing Website .
* Very Easy way to Search Image Online .
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When people hear the word “asshole,” most think of Homeowners Associations. Iceland requires them for apartment buildings, and don’t worry,...

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Icelandair og Wow air. Hlutabréfamarkaðurinn tók í gær enn einu sinni illa í upplýsingar úr rekstri Icelandair Group. Á sama tíma herðir að í rekstri WOW air og nýráðinn framkvæmdastjóri viðskiptasviðs félagsins hvarf frá félaginu í byrjun ágústmánaðar.
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Farþegarnir sem voru um borð í flugvélinni sem lenti á Reykjavíkurflugvelli á öðrum hreyflinum á fjórða tímanum eru lagðir af stað til Egilsstaða. Önnur flugvél var búin til flugs og lagði af stað með farþegana klukkan rétt rúmlega hálf fimm í dag. Árni Gunnarsson, framkvæmdastjóri Air Iceland Connect, segir að vel hafi gengið að leysa úr vanda þeirra sem þurftu að snúa við. Fólk hafi átt fund með áhöfn eftir lendingu og síðan hafi farþegarnir farið með annarri flugvél austur. Árni segir að það við þessar aðstæður sé efnt til fundar með farþegum og áhöfn. Þar fari áhöfnin yfir það sem gerðist og farþegar fái tækifæri til að spyrja spurninga. Þannig hefðu allir verið vel upplýstir. Auk þess hafi Rauði kross Íslands boðið þeim áfallahjálp sem vildu. Árni sagðist ekki vita hvort eða hversu margir hefðu nýtt sér þá aðstoð á flugvellinum í dag. Hann sagði félagið þó hvetja fólk til að hafa samband er frá liði ef það hefði einhverjar spurningar. Leiðrétt: Í upphaflegri gerð misritaðist að flugvélin sem flutti farþegana austur hefði farið í loftið klukkan hálf fjögur, hið rétta er að hún fór í loftið hálf fimm.
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The interim leader of Iceland’s Government Agency for Child Protection says it is normal for leftover funds at private treatment centres to be paid out as dividends. The comment comes following news that the director of the Laugaland treatment centre in Eyjafjörður has taken 42 million krónur in dividends over the last ten years. The welfare minister says, meanwhile, that it is not acceptable for people to profit from rehab facilities. Laugaland is a privately-run treatment centre for girls which is run under contract to the government and under the supervision of the child protection agency. All its funding comes from the State. It today came to light that the centre’s director, Pétur G. Broddason, has paid himself 42 million krónur in dividends over ten years.  Not possible to ban operators from paying dividends  Heiða Björg Pálmadóttir, acting director of Barnaverndarstofa (the Government Agency for Child Protection) says that a cost estimate matrix is used to decide how much treatment resources should cost and that it is the service providers’ responsibility to provide the contracted services within this budget. “When the operational year is ending and payments are being made, bills and wages paid, there may well be some left over. And then it is not possible to ban individuals in the private sector from paying themselves some or all of this money in dividends,” Heiða says.  The goal is not to profit  Barnaverndarstofa’s monitoring of the Laugaland facility extends only to its staffing and the quality of its services, which have been rated as excellent for a very long time. The Agency has no say in its finances.  Ásmundur Einar Daðason, Minister of Social Affairs and Equality, told RÚV that such payments are abnormal, and it should not be the aim of the treasury to allow people to profit from rehab facilities. He added that a review of such services is now underway.  Political question on whether treatment should be in the private sector  Laugaland is currently the only private care centre working for Barnaverndarstofa, but the law allows for more and does not ban private providers from paying dividends.  “It’s a political question that Alþingi needs to answer in the end, whether it should be possible to have these services in the private sector,” Heiða says.   
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Na época de auge de festivais de música, em Portugal, com o Meo Sudoeste a decorrer e o Bons Sons (em Cem Soldos) a começar, as notícias de paridade chegam de fora, mais concretamente da Islândia. O cartaz do famoso Iceland Airwaves, que decorre entre 7 e 10 de novembro terá uma composição 50% feminina/ 50% masculina. No ano, em que assinala a sua 20ª edição, o evento quis seguir o exemplo de outras medidas de género em que o seu país é pioneiro, como o facto de ter sido o primeiro do mundo a legalizar a igualdade salarial igual […]
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Icelandic conservationists have asked prosecutors to probe whether the killing of a rare hybrid whale was illegal, a lawyer said on Thursday.
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Ground rises and falls as water is pumped in and out of reservoirs—as measured in a study that could impact how municipalities manage this crucial resource
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Robert Perkins
Long-term ground deformation
Credit: Bryan Riel and Mark Simons

Using an unprecedented number of satellite radar images, geophysicists at Caltech have tracked how the ground in Southern California rises and falls as groundwater is pumped in and out of aquifers beneath the surface.

Their findings are presented in a study that tracks deformation of the earth's surface over an 18-year period. The work can be used by water management districts to assess the precise shape and size of aquifers and the impact of the region's water use on those aquifers. The work also reveals what could be a previously unmapped fault running across northeast Orange County.

"What we see through the rising and falling of the ground surface is the elastic response of the land to regular changes in groundwater level," says lead author Bryan Riel (MS '14, PhD '17), who was a graduate student in the lab of Caltech's Mark Simons at the time of the research, and is now a signal analysis engineer at JPL, which is managed by Caltech for NASA. "Because we have data over a long period of time, we were also able to isolate long-term surface deformation signals, including subsidence of the land that seems to be caused by compaction of clay layers in response to background variations in groundwater withdrawal." Riel and Simons were also able to see sharp features where water was not flowing, which can indicate boundaries of aquifers as well as faults.

The study, which was published online on April 30 by the journal Water Resources Research, uses publicly available radar data captured between 1992 and 2011 by European Space Agency satellites. The satellite data was compiled into 881 radar interferograms—images created by bouncing radar signals off of the earth's surface—to track nearly vertical ground motion down to the millimeter with a horizontal resolution of tens of meters, over an area that stretches from San Fernando, northwest of downtown Los Angeles, down to Irvine, in Orange County.

When all of the images are stitched together, they show the ground beneath Southern California rising and falling annually, like a giant breathing in and out. The results were checked against GPS measurements taken by the Orange County Water District (OCWD) and the Water Replenishment District of Southern California, which corroborated the findings. The periodic rising and falling of the ground tells the story of the management of Southern California's aquifers and how that management has changed over time, says Simons, the John W. and Herberta M. Miles Professor of Geophysics at Caltech and JPL chief scientist.

"At the beginning of the study period, we see big sinusoids—higher highs and lower lows. Toward the later half of the study, that flattens out a bit, indicating that water control districts were more actively managing aquifers, and making sure to put water back into them instead of just taking it out," Simons says. 

Roy Herndon, chief hydrogeologist for the OCWD, says that his team works to make sure that the ground never sinks too far—a development from which it might never recover.

"We suspect that the geology of our basin might allow subsidence to occur if we allowed too much groundwater to be pumped out but never refilled it. We have clays and silts that can compress and compact with time," Herndon says.

That strategy is codified in the Sustainable Groundwater Management Act (SGMA), signed into law by California Governor Jerry Brown in 2014, which dictates that groundwater managers need to avoid permanent lowering of the ground level. The phenomenon has plagued the San Joaquin Valley of Central California for generations. Soil compaction driven by a shrinking water table has caused the ground in the area to subside by as much as 28 feet, according to the United States Geological Survey (USGS). Herndon says that the study by Riel, Simons, and co-authors—and other surveys like it—will help water districts make sure that their water management strategies are effective at avoiding such soil compaction in California. 

While the rising and falling of the ground was to be expected, the radar data also showed some unexpected features, Simons says, including a sharp boundary at the edge of an aquifer, which could indicate a buried fault along the eastern edge of a basin where the Santa Ana River passes through the Santa Ana/Garden Grove area. In addition, the map revealed a small area with anomalously large ground level uplift that turned out to be caused by petroleum operations pumping oil out and water in.  

Riel, Simons, and co-authors relied upon data from ESA satellites. Meanwhile, JPL, NASA, and the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) are planning to launch a new radar satellite called NISAR in early 2022 that will provide observations from two directions every 12 days—providing higher-quality, higher-resolution data than have previously been available. 

"With that kind of data, we'll be able to paint an even clearer picture that could reveal even more about the ground beneath our feet," Simons says. 

The study is titled "Quantifying Ground Deformation in the Los Angeles and Santa Ana Coastal Basins Due to Groundwater Withdrawal." Other co-authors include Daniel Ponti of the USGS; JPL's Piyush Agram, who is a visiting associate at Caltech; and Romain Jolivet of the École Normale Supérieure in Paris, France. Support for this research came from NASA.

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