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           Cousin Sal doubts that Philadelphia will win the NFC East       Cache   Translate Page      
Cousin Sal thinks a growing injury issue and a tough schedule should make Philadelphia a bad bet to win the NFC East.
          Product Promoter – Low Voltage Power Supply      Cache   Translate Page      
PA-Philadelphia, Product Promoter – Low Voltage Power Supply SCN Hello, my name is Rhiannon Cavenaughand I am a Recruiting Specialist/Practice Leader with SCN. Our firm is a leading recruiting firm in the Industrial, Automotive, Aerospace and Medical DeviceSectors. We are part of the world’s largest recruiting affiliate organization and have been consistently recognized as a leading office within this network and
          22 PA Counties Now Have Confirmed 72 Human Cases Of West Nile Virus, More Than Triple Last Year      Cache   Translate Page      
The Department of Health said Tuesday in an online report there are now 72 human cases of West Nile Virus in 22 counties in Pennsylvania.  The death toll remains at 2 so far this season-- one each in Lancaster and Lebanon counties.
The counties with human cases this year include-- Adams 1, Allegheny 4, Berks 4, Bucks 6, Cambria 3, Centre 2, Chester 2, Clinton 1,Dauphin 1, Delaware 3, Fayette 1, Franklin 8, Lancaster 5, Lebanon 5, Lehigh 1, Monroe 2, Montgomery 7, Montour 1, Philadelphia 11, Tioga 1, Westmoreland 1 and York 2 (1- Saint Louis Enchephalitis (SLE) illness).  (Click Here for latest list.)
In 2017, the Department of Health reported 20 human cases of West Nile and 3 deaths.
Certain mosquito species carry the West Nile virus, which can cause humans to contract West Nile encephalitis, an infection that can result in an inflammation of the brain. According to the Department of Health, all residents in areas where virus activity has been identified are at risk of contracting West Nile encephalitis.
Weeks of unusually wet weather this summer has led to almost perfected conditions for mosquito breeding, and breeding season will not be over until the first, hard killing frost.
Individuals can take a number of precautionary measures around their homes to help eliminate mosquito-breeding areas, including:
-- Dispose of cans, buckets, plastic containers, ceramic pots, or similar containers that hold water.
-- Properly dispose of discarded tires that can collect water. Stagnant water is where most mosquitoes breed.
-- Drill holes in the bottom of outdoor recycling containers.
-- Have clogged roof gutters cleaned every year as the leaves from surrounding trees have a tendency to plug drains.
-- Turn over plastic wading pools when not in use.
-- Turn over wheelbarrows and don't let water stagnate in birdbaths.
-- Aerate ornamental pools or stock them with fish.
-- Clean and chlorinate swimming pools not in use and remove any water that may collect on pool covers.
If a resident has stagnant pools of water on their property, they can buy Bti (short for Bacillus thuringiensis subspecies israelensis) products at lawn and garden, outdoor supply, home improvement and other stores. This naturally occurring bacterium kills mosquito larvae, but is safe for people, pets, aquatic life and plants.
Additionally, these simple precautions can prevent mosquito bites, particularly for people who are most at risk:
-- Make sure screens fit tightly over doors and windows to keep mosquitoes out of homes.
-- Consider wearing long-sleeved shirts, long pants and socks when outdoors, particularly when mosquitoes are most active at dawn and dusk, or in areas known for having large numbers of mosquitoes.
-- When possible, reduce outdoor exposure at dawn and dusk during peak mosquito periods, usually April through October.
-- Use insect repellents according to the manufacturer's instructions. An effective repellent will contain DEET, picardin, or lemon eucalyptus oil. Consult with a pediatrician or family physician for questions about the use of repellent on children, as repellent is not recommended for children under the age of two months.
For more information about West Nile virus and the state's surveillance and control program, please visit the West Nile Virus website. [Note: Unfortunately this website is not being updated.]
          Philly's believe it or not: Leopold Stokowski and Albert C. Barnes were quite the pen-pals      Cache   Translate Page      
New Philadelphia Orchestra festival, in conjunction with the Barnes Foundation, will explore the correspondence between Leopold Stokowski and Albert C. Barnes, and between music and art generally.
          President Trump, Stop and Frisk Is Both Unconstitutional and Ineffective      Cache   Translate Page      
Whether in Chicago, New York, or any city, indiscriminate stop and frisk is riddled with racial disparities and is unconstitutional.

On Monday, President Trump gave a speech to the nation’s police chiefs. Like so many of his “law and order” speeches, it was fueled by bravado and falsehoods.  

In the speech, Trump defended stop-and-frisk policies that have been ruled unconstitutional and rejected by communities in numerous cities. He also urged the city of Chicago to “try to change the terrible deal the city of Chicago entered into with ACLU” on tracking the use of stop and frisk. Trump railed against “efforts from politicians to shackle local police departments” by limiting their cooperation with ICE, and he touted his record of providing surplus military equipment to local police departments.

Trump’s distortions must be called out one by one. Here is a breakdown of the most dangerous falsehoods in his speech:

Trump claim: “Before I took office less than two years ago, our nation was experiencing a historic surge in violent crime.”

According to the Brennan Center for Justice, the U.S. violent crime rate peaked in 1991 and has remained stable at about half that rate for the past several years. In 2016 and 2017, the violent crime rate remained essentially stable at near the bottom of this three-decade downward trend, and preliminary indications are that these low crime rates are continuing to remain stable and low.

In other words, there was no historic surge in violent crime because crime was stable at historically low levels when Trump first took office.

Trump claim: Indiscriminate stop-and-frisk “works, and it was meant for problems like Chicago,” which is why he is asking Attorney General Sessions to “work with local authorities to try to change the terrible deal the city of Chicago entered into with ACLU, which ties law enforcement’s hands.”

Indiscriminate stop-and-frisk does not stop violent crime. Indeed, after New York City ended its stop-and-frisk policies under court supervision, the number of street stops by police fell dramatically — the number of stops in 2015 was less than 5 percent of the number of stops in 2011 — and as those stops fell, the homicide rate also continued to fall to record lows.

Aside from being ineffective in limiting crime, indiscriminate stop-and-frisk is unconstitutional, results in enormous racial disparities, erodes community trust in the police, and makes people of color less likely to report crimes. A 2013 study by the Vera Institute of Justice found that each time a young person is stopped and frisked by police, it makes them 8 percent less likely to report a future violent crime against them to police. Nearly 60 percent of the young people surveyed by the Vera Institute stated that they would not feel comfortable asking a police officer for help if they were in trouble.

That’s why the ACLU has repeatedly sued to end indiscriminate stop-and-frisk policies. We’ve reached settlements that require police to abide by constitutional limits in their stop-and-frisk activities in Milwaukee, New York City, and Philadelphia. Meanwhile, our 2015 settlement in Chicago required data collection and oversight of stop and frisk, and we are pushing for adoption of a broader consent decree there.

Notably, none of these lawsuits seek to prohibit all police stops and frisks. They simply require that these actions be supported by the reasonable suspicion required by the Fourth Amendment and prohibit racially biased patterns of enforcement that are patently unconstitutional.

Trump claim: “[S]anctuary city policies force the release of criminal aliens and gang members right back onto our streets, putting innocent civilians at grave risk — many people being killed.”

So-called “sanctuary city” policies are not targeted at people who have committed crimes, quite the contrary. They are intended to safeguard immigrant victims of crime — particularly survivors of sexual assault, trafficking survivors, and domestic violence survivors — by ensuring that they trust police enough to report these crimes to local authorities without being turned over to Immigration and Customs Enforcement.

This claim is not a one-off, but, in fact, part of Trump’s long-running campaign to bully local communities to become extensions of the federal deportation system. While the Trump administration claims that its continued harassment of these jurisdictions is driven by public safety concerns, we know that’s just an excuse. In fact, pro-immigrant jurisdictions have lower rates of crime than jurisdictions that actively assist federal immigration agents.

Trump claim: His administration’s new policies providing surplus military equipment to local police departments is just “making sure you have the equipment you need to do the job.”

Trump is referring here to the 1033 program, which came under heavy criticism from the ACLU and others for providing weapons of war — including bayonets, grenade launchers, and armored vehicles — to local police departments. After the nation expressed horror at these weapons of war being turned on protesters at Ferguson, President Obama imposed much-needed controls on the 1033 program, including prohibiting certain military-grade weapons altogether and requiring police departments to account for how armored vehicles and other war gear were being used.

President Trump rescinded all of these rules last year, leaving no controls or limits in place. Trump’s policies are not providing necessary equipment. Instead, they are ensuring that local law enforcement agencies will have a free hand to treat their communities like war zones, with zero oversight or accountability.

Once again President Trump has the facts wrong. And along with his Attorney General Jeff Sessions, Trump is attempting to roll back recent reforms and promote the kind of race-based, unconstitutional police abuse that recently gave rise to the Black Lives Matter movement. Indiscriminate stop and frisk is just one of those practices, and it needs to end across the country, not get an endorsement from the White House.


          Twenty Playful Giant Purple Inflatable Tentacles Take Over Building 611 at the Philadelphia Naval Yard      Cache   Translate Page      

In 2008, we wrote about the very playful Octo-Pied building by FilthyLuker and Pedro Estrellas (Luke Egan and Pete Hamilton), which featured inflatable tentacles coming out of the windows. The duo, who have been working together for over 23 years, have unmasked their largest display of inflatable tentacles yet – at the Philadelphia Navy Yard....

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          Super Bowl -mestarille järkyttävä loukkaantumisuutinen!      Cache   Translate Page      
Super Bowl -mestaruutta puolustava Philadelphia Eagles joutuu tulemaan loppukauden toimeen ilmaan tähtikeskushyökkääjä Jay Ajayita. 25-vuotias Ajayi kärsi polvivamman sunnuntain 21-23-tappioon päättyneessä ottelussa Minnesota Vikingsia vastaan. Ajayi pelasi ottelun loppuun, mutta myöhemmissä tutkimuksissa vamma vahvistui polven eturistisiteen repeämäksi. Ajayin polvi leikataan torstaina ja hän on loppukauden sivussa peleistä. Kesken viime kauden Philadelphiaan Miami Dolphinsista siirtynyt 25-vuotias […]
          Jr. Product Manager      Cache   Translate Page      
PA-Philadelphia, Our client is currently seeking a Jr. Product Manager Position Comments: This is a Technical product manager role 2 to 4 years of technical product management experience APIs or platforms for content providers and/or app developers Strong communication and interpersonal skills; capable of interacting with customers, Senior Leadership and 3rd party content partners on complex topics This job will h
          Sr. Scientist - Mondelez International - Thane, Maharashtra      Cache   Translate Page      
We employ over 100,000 people around the world and are a company full of the world's favourite brands - Cadbury Dairy Milk, Philadelphia and The Natural...
From Mondelēz International - Fri, 28 Sep 2018 06:56:38 GMT - View all Thane, Maharashtra jobs
          Philadelphia Honors Marriage Equality Pioneer With Edie Windsor Way      Cache   Translate Page      
WomenWomen, Edie Windsor, U.S. v. Windsor, Philadelphia, Marriage Equality

Philly's gayborhood now has a street recognizing the mother of marriage equality.

Edie WindsorU.S. v. WindsorPhiladelphiaMarriage EqualityEdie Windsor Street in Philadelphia Trudy Ring

The City of Brotherly Love has bestowed an honor on the mother of marriage equality.

In a Sunday ceremony, Philadelphia unveiled a sign designating a block of South 13th Street as Edie Windsor Way, honoring the woman whose Supreme Court case brought down the main section of the Defense of Marriage Act.

Her widow, Judith Kasem-Windsor, posted photos of the event on social media. “‘Don’t Postpone Joy’ today and take a stroll,” she wrote, using one of Windsor’s favorite sayings.

 

While Windsor, who died in September 2017, eventually became a New Yorker, she was a native of Philadelphia and a graduate of the city’s Temple University. The Philadelphia City Council’s proclamation for the renaming of the block notes that she was born there to Russian Jewish immigrants in 1929, attended Philadelphia public schools, and overcame the poverty of her Depression-era childhood to obtain her Temple bachelor’s degree and later a master’s from New York University. She became a computer programmer for IBM.

Windsor’s first marriage was to Thea Spyer. They became partners in the 1960s and were finally able to marry in Canada in 2007. But the U.S. did not recognize their marriage, with the result that when Spyer died two years later, Windsor owed $363,000 in estate taxes — which she would not have owed if she had been married to a man. Windsor sued the federal government for a refund, and the case went all the way to the Supreme Court, which in 2013 struck down the portion of DOMA that prevented federal recognition of same-sex marriages.

“For thousands struggling for LGBTQ equality, the stakes went far beyond tax advantages available to married heterosexuals, including Social Security, health care and veterans’ benefits, protection in immigration and bankruptcy cases, and keeping a home after a spouse had died,” the city’s proclamation notes of the ruling. The decision paved the way for other barriers to marriage equality to be struck down, culminating in the Supreme Court’s 2015 Obergefell v. Hodges ruling, which established the freedom to marry nationwide.

The renamed block of 13th Street is between Walnut and Locust streets in the city’s gayborhood. It is adjacent to another block honoring an LGBTQ rights pioneer, Barbara Gittings Way.

Judith Kasen-Windsor, who married Edie Windsor in 2016, was present at the ceremony, which was part of the city’s Outfest, an annual event that takes place near National Coming Out Day. Others attending included local officials and activists as well as State Rep. Brian Sims, the first out gay man elected to the Pennsylvania legislature.

“A native Philadelphian, Edie will go down in history as one of the most energetic, empowered, and successful champions for equality in LGBTQ history,” Sims wrote on Facebook. “Her case before the U.S. Supreme Court was a game changer and honoring her in the heart of Philadelphia’s Gayborhood is something I’ll never forget.”

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          Global Solution Owner, MTI - Mondelez International - Mumbai, Maharashtra      Cache   Translate Page      
We employ over 100,000 people around the world and are a company full of the world's favourite brands - Cadbury Dairy Milk, Philadelphia and The Natural...
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          AMEA Hosting Lead - Mondelez International - Mumbai, Maharashtra      Cache   Translate Page      
We employ over 100,000 people around the world and are a company full of the world's favourite brands - Cadbury Dairy Milk, Philadelphia and The Natural...
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          Business Integrity Officer - Mondelez International - Mumbai, Maharashtra      Cache   Translate Page      
We employ over 100,000 people around the world and are a company full of the world's favourite brands - Cadbury Dairy Milk, Philadelphia and The Natural...
From Mondelēz International - Thu, 04 Oct 2018 18:57:31 GMT - View all Mumbai, Maharashtra jobs
          Procurement Innovation Sr. Specialist - Mondelez International - Mumbai, Maharashtra      Cache   Translate Page      
We employ over 100,000 people around the world and are a company full of the world's favourite brands - Cadbury Dairy Milk, Philadelphia and The Natural...
From Mondelēz International - Thu, 20 Sep 2018 06:53:32 GMT - View all Mumbai, Maharashtra jobs
          Solution Delivery Expert Regional Deployment & BI Reporting - Mondelez International - Mumbai, Maharashtra      Cache   Translate Page      
We employ over 100,000 people around the world and are a company full of the world's favourite brands - Cadbury Dairy Milk, Philadelphia and The Natural...
From Mondelēz International - Tue, 11 Sep 2018 16:20:05 GMT - View all Mumbai, Maharashtra jobs
          First call: Steelers’ Le’Veon Bell not on Eagles’ radar; Marc-Andre Fleury getting torched      Cache   Translate Page      
<br/>Vegas Golden Knights goalie Marc-Andre Fleury (29) looks on during the third period of an NHL hockey game against the Buffalo Sabres, Monday, Oct. 8, 2018, in Buffalo N.Y. (AP Photo/Jeffrey T. Barnes)
Turnpike closed It doesn’t appear that Le’Veon Bell will be a Philadelphia Eagle. At least not yet. There has been speculation that the Eagles may ...

          Where To Eat In Philadelphia, Part Two – Forbes      Cache   Translate Page      
ForbesYou could spend days and days eating your way through Philadelphia’s Reading Terminal Market, which not only offers some of those items like the Philly Cheesesteak, scrapple and soft pretzels that originated in the city, but is also a panoply of oyster … …read more Source:: Philadelphia News By Google News
          5 things to know, and where we rank among the nation's best foodie cities      Cache   Translate Page      
Happy Tuesday, loyal readers. Here's what you need to know today. Attention, local foodies Sacramento ranks No. 16 on a list of the nation's best "foodie cities,#source%3Dgooglier%2Ecom#https%3A%2F%2Fgooglier%2Ecom%2Fpage%2F%2F10000" released today by personal finance website WalletHub. The ranking puts us above places such as Philadelphia, Boston and New Orleans. The study evaluated factors such as the number of restaurants per capita, access to healthy food options and number of food festivals per capita. The full report is available online. Check it out, then channel…

          Pediatric Dentist Proves Educating Children, Their Parents Is Key to Good Dental Hygiene      Cache   Translate Page      

Dr. Kailey Housley may be a pediatric dentist for Children’s Dental Health, a network with more than 20 practices throughout the Greater Philadelphia …

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          PRESENTING SPECIAL GUESTS 2018 – PATRICK DE CAUMETTE      Cache   Translate Page      

Patrick de Caumette A four-time EMMY winning composer, audio director, music supervisor and guitarist, Patrick de Caumette creates original scores internationally, serving the film, TV, video game and advertising industries. Patrick has produced soundtracks for Walt Disney, ABC, Comcast, Canal +, UbiSoft, SYFY, USA Network… Born in France, and currently residing in Philadelphia, Patrick de Caumette studied music at the Berklee College of Music (Berklee Faculty Award 1984). As an […]

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          [NBC Sports Philadelphia: The 700 Level] - Why the rest of the NFC East is a complete dumpster fire      Cache   Translate Page      
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          Mitarbeiterschulungen per Cloud: Die neue Opus „Productivity Acceleration Platform“ von Epilogue Systems      Cache   Translate Page      
Mitarbeiterschulungen per Cloud: Die neue Opus „Productivity Acceleration Platform“ von Epilogue Systems PHILADELPHIA, PA (9. Oktober 2018) - Epilogue Systems hat sich der Verbesserung der Arbeitsproduktivität in Unternehmen verschrieben. Mit der neuen Applikation Opus kommt nun ein Produktivitätstool auf den Markt, das Mitarbeiterschulungen radikal vereinfacht: Durch individuelle und kontextsensitive tech-basierte Programme, direkt

          Royals Claim D Dornbrock      Cache   Translate Page      
Reading, PA - The Reading Royals, proud ECHL affiliate of the Philadelphia Flyers and Lehigh Valley Phantoms, announced Tuesday the team has claimed D... - ECHL Reading Royals
          INSIDE SALES REP - ENTRY LEVEL - TransUnion - Philadelphia, PA      Cache   Translate Page      
Dynamics of the Role We are looking for a Relationship Account Executive I to join our successful Client Services Sales team. This focus of this entry level...
From TransUnion - Wed, 27 Jun 2018 22:49:41 GMT - View all Philadelphia, PA jobs
          [SB Nation: Brotherly Game] - GA Cup: Philadelphia Union U15s top group after first leg of qualifiers      Cache   Translate Page      
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          ICU Part Time Unit Facilitator - Evenings - Mercy Health System of Southeastern Pennsylvania - Philadelphia, PA      Cache   Translate Page      
Post High School program for Unit Clerks preferred. Under direct supervision from the Professional Care Provider, performs specific duties to provide service...
From Trinity Health - Wed, 19 Sep 2018 10:46:02 GMT - View all Philadelphia, PA jobs
          Unit Facilitator - Part Time - Evenings - Mercy Health System of Southeastern Pennsylvania - Philadelphia, PA      Cache   Translate Page      
Post High School program for Unit Clerks preferred. Under direct supervision from the Professional Care Provider, performs specific duties to provide service...
From Trinity Health - Wed, 01 Aug 2018 16:33:33 GMT - View all Philadelphia, PA jobs
          Unit Facilitator - Neuroscience Unit - Mercy Health System of Southeastern Pennsylvania - Philadelphia, PA      Cache   Translate Page      
Post High School program for Unit Clerks preferred. Under direct supervision from the Professional Care Provider, performs specific duties to provide service...
From Trinity Health - Sat, 07 Jul 2018 10:38:49 GMT - View all Philadelphia, PA jobs
          Health Unit Coordinator - SICU - Einstein Healthcare Network - Philadelphia, PA      Cache   Translate Page      
We are an Equal Opportunity Employer and do not discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment because of race, color, sex, age, national origin,...
From Einstein Healthcare Network - Tue, 02 Oct 2018 02:01:17 GMT - View all Philadelphia, PA jobs
          Health Unit Coordinator - PCU - Einstein Healthcare Network - Philadelphia, PA      Cache   Translate Page      
We are an Equal Opportunity Employer and do not discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment because of race, color, sex, age, national origin,...
From Einstein Healthcare Network - Fri, 28 Sep 2018 20:01:23 GMT - View all Philadelphia, PA jobs
          Sr. Accountant - Robert Half Finance & Accounting - Philadelphia, PA      Cache   Translate Page      
Our client, a well respected leader in the financial services industry, seeks a Senior Accountant for a full time opportunity.... $60,000 - $70,000 a year
From Robert Half - Tue, 11 Sep 2018 22:21:17 GMT - View all Philadelphia, PA jobs
          Accounts Payable Clerk - Robert Half Finance & Accounting - Philadelphia, PA      Cache   Translate Page      
Primary responsibilities include 3-Way Match purchase order invoice processing, reconciling vendor statements, verifying that spending amounts are in compliance... $40,000 - $45,000 a year
From Robert Half - Fri, 05 Oct 2018 16:19:56 GMT - View all Philadelphia, PA jobs
          Order Entry Clerk - Elegant Furniture & Lighting - Philadelphia, PA      Cache   Translate Page      
*Our Company* Elegant Furniture & Lighting, Inc. is a designer and manufacturer headquartered in Philadelphia, PA. Since its inception in 2000, Elegant... $12 an hour
From Indeed - Fri, 05 Oct 2018 22:04:27 GMT - View all Philadelphia, PA jobs
          Data Entry Shipping Dept. - Elegant Furniture & Lighting - Philadelphia, PA      Cache   Translate Page      
Work with 3PLs (3rd party logistic companies) &amp; utilize our TMS software to get rate quotes for LTL shipments;... $13 - $14 an hour
From Indeed - Fri, 05 Oct 2018 20:30:07 GMT - View all Philadelphia, PA jobs
          International Tax Professionals      Cache   Translate Page      
PA-Philadelphia, We are a major corporation who is rapidly expanding. Are seeking 3 International tax professionals (2 Tax Seniors and one Tax Manager) to be involved with a mix of Tax compliance, tax provision work and some research. Must have been involved with Forms 5471 and 1118. This work is currently being done by the outside CPA firm. Resumes to: medford832000@yahoo.com
          What they're saying: It's open season on Doug Pederson as Eagles' Super Bowl odds plummet      Cache   Translate Page      
On Sunday, the Philadelphia Eagles fell to 2-3 on the season with a 23-21 loss to the Minnesota Vikings at home. For the defending Super Bowl champions, that matches their loss total from all of last year — and needless to say, the city of Philadelphia is getting restless.
          Stefen Wisniewski tweets that his benching wasn't performance-based      Cache   Translate Page      
During the Philadelphia Eagles' run to the Super Bowl last season, one of the components of their success, most observers believed, was that the team exuded strong chemistry and a healthy locker room. 
          Eagles snap count analysis: Week 5 vs. Vikings      Cache   Translate Page      
As the Philadelphia Eagles continue to undergo changes in what has been an odd, disappointing season through five games, it's been interesting keeping tabs on the Birds' snaps counts. Here, we'll take a look at the Eagles' snaps against the Vikings.
          Buyer (SAP)      Cache   Translate Page      
PA-Philadelphia, Aerotek has immediate openings for Buyer's with SAP Experience for contract opportunities in Philadelphia, PA. Contract Opportunity $25.00-$30.00/hr AETNA Benefits Package Paid Time Off & Paid Holidays Acts as an authorized agent who reviews purchase requisitions, solicits quotations, and places orders for procurement of goods and services up to authorized levels. Awards purchase orders for goods
          DevOps Engineer      Cache   Translate Page      
PA-Philadelphia, Title: DevOps Engineer - mid-level Location: Charlotte, NC; Philadelphia, PA or Minneapolis, MN Type: Contract potential contract-to-hire Job Description: Our client, a leading financial institution, seeks a mid-level DevOps Engineer. Looking for a true technologist with an aptitude to learn. Qualifications: • 3+ years application development and implementation experience. • Desired Background: Ag
          DevOps Engineer - Mid-level      Cache   Translate Page      
NC-Charlotte, Title: DevOps Engineer - mid-level Location: Charlotte, NC; Philadelphia, PA or Minneapolis, MN Type: Contract potential contract-to-hire Job Description: Our client, a leading financial institution, seeks a mid-level DevOps Engineer. Looking for a true technologist with an aptitude to learn. Qualifications: • 3+ years application development and implementation experience. • Desired Background: Ag
          Administrative Assistant      Cache   Translate Page      
PA-Philadelphia, Our client is a Commercial Real Estate firm that is looking for a part-time Administrative Assistant/Project Coordinator in its Leasing Division working from their Center City Philadelphia, PA office. The position is flexible but generally the position requires 5.5 hours per day with a 30-minute lunch break (i.e., 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM) Monday through Friday. The Administrative Assistant/Project Coor
          Senior Manager of Finance and Accounting - Construction and Development Company - Philadelphia, PA      Cache   Translate Page      
Present financial reports at monthly internal meetings. Such as a computer, copy machine, telephone, etc. Ensure all monthly internal accounting reporting is...
From Indeed - Fri, 28 Sep 2018 13:12:56 GMT - View all Philadelphia, PA jobs
          A popular casino is fined - Dealers fail to shuffle the deck!      Cache   Translate Page      
*SugarHouse Casino in Philly Fined $100K for Dealers Failing to Shuffle Deck (https://www.cardschat.com/news/sugarhouse-casino-philadelphia-fined-dealer-fails-72329)* Is this fine appropriate for the charge?
          Sr. Associate, Machine Learning AI Consultant - KPMG - Philadelphia, PA      Cache   Translate Page      
Modeling (regression, machine learning, feature selection, dimension reduction, validation); Strong aptitude for quickly learning business operational, process,...
From KPMG LLP - Fri, 14 Sep 2018 08:38:34 GMT - View all Philadelphia, PA jobs
          Eng 5, Software Dev & Engineering - Comcast - Philadelphia, PA      Cache   Translate Page      
We have an overarching objective to gather, organize, and make sense of Comcast data with the intention to reveal business and operational insight, discover...
From Comcast - Fri, 28 Sep 2018 13:51:28 GMT - View all Philadelphia, PA jobs
          Wall Street Tertekan Kekhawatiran Pelemahan Ekonomi Global      Cache   Translate Page      

Liputan6.com, Jakarta Wall Street harus berakhir melemah pada penutupan perdagangan Selasa (Rabu pagi waktu Jakarta). Salah satu sentimen penekan bursa saham di Amerika Serikat (AS) adalah kekhawatiran investor akan prospek pertumbuhan ekonomi global.

Mengutip Reuters, Rabu (10/10/2018), Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA) turun 56,21 poin, atau 0,21 persen menjadi 26.430,57. Untuk S&P 500 kehilangan 4,09 poin atau 0,14 persen menjadi 2.880,34. Berbeda, Nasdaq Composite menambahkan 2,07 poin atau 0,03 persen menjadi 7.738,02.

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) memotong perkiraan pertumbuhan ekonomi global  untuk 2018 dan 2019. Lembaga ekonomi dunia tersebut menyatakan ekonomi global akan tumbuh 3,7 persen pada akhir 2018, turun dari perkiraan Juli lalau yang ada di angka 3,9 persen.

IMF juga memotong estimasi pertumbuhan ekonomi AS dan China di 2019. IMF mengatakan bahwa kedua negara tersebut akan mengalami tekanan karena adanya perang dagang.

Sementara Presiden AS Donald Trump mengulanhi ancaman untuk mengenakan tarif tambahan impor China senilai USD 267 miliar Jika Beijing kembali menerapkan retribusi baru.

Sentimen tersebut mempengaruhi saham-saham sektor material yang mengalami penurunan 3,4 persen. Pelemahan ini merupakan penurunan harian terbesar sejak 8 Februari lalu. Saham perusahaan kimia PPG Industries menjadi saham yang mengalami pelemahan terbesar yaitu jatuh 10 persen.

Perusahaan yang terdaftar di Wall Street ini sangat terpengaruh dengan perang dagang AS dengan China karena perang dagang membuat bahan baku lebih mahal dan permintaan dari China juga mengalami pelemahan.

"Dengan penurunan prediksi pertumbuhan ekonomi global ini sangat berpengaruh kepada indeks S&P 500 karena sebagian besar saham di indeks ini memiliki orientasi ekspor," jelas Mark Luschini, chief investment strategist di Janney Montgomery Scott, Philadelphia, AS.

Namun memang, pelemahan Wall Street tidak terlalu besar karena memperoleh dukungan dari penurunan imbal hasil obligasi berjangka waktu 10 tahun pemerintah AS. Setelah mengalami lonjakan yang cukup tinggi pada pekan lalu, imbal hasil obligasi pemerintah ini mengalami penurunan dan memberikan angin segar kepada pasar ekuitas.

"Dengan adanya penurunan imbal hasil ini maka pasar saham bisa sedikit bernafas lega," kata Kristina Hooper, chief global market strategist di Invesco, New York, AS.

 

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The San Jose Sharks are coming off a disheartening loss against the New York Islanders. They were defeated handily by a muddling Islanders franchise, but are looking to bounce back tonight against the Philadelphia Flyers. The San Jose Sharks defense struggled to contain the Islanders in their own zone. They gave up quite a few […] San Jose Sharks What To Watch For: Don’t Expect Any Brotherly Love - Blades of Teal - Blades of Teal - A San Jose Sharks Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
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Sharks look to rebound in the second game of an East Coast back-to-back. The Sharks have to put yesterday’s loss behind them quickly because they have a game again tonight. They’ll be facing the Philadelphia Flyers for the Flyers’ home opener, where they certainly won’t be thinking about their own home opener loss against the Flyers last year. Neither team has had an ideal start to the season. Both are coming off away losses, though the Flyers have the advantage of recovery time, as their last game was a 5-2 loss to the Colorado Avalanche on October 6. The good news is, it’s early in the season and there’s still plenty of time to turn things around. Martin Jones played yesterday, letting in four goals against the New York Islanders and with three more games on this road trip, it’s possible we see Aaron Dell in net tonight. And I can’t not mention Gritty, the Flyers’ whacky new mascot who makes me a little uncomfortable to live in Philadelphia, who will also be making his regular season debut tonight at Wells
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          'Go Be a N----- Somewhere Else': ACLU Files Lawsuit Citing San Francisco Police's Documented History of Vile Racism      Cache   Translate Page      
The city by the bay has been a hotbed of illegal race-based policing. This is just the latest example.

San Francisco's Tenderloin is a heavily populated, racially mixed neighborhood in the heart of one of America's iconic progressive cities. Yet when the San Francisco Police Department and the DEA targeted the neighborhood to crack down on drug dealing between 2013 and 2015 as part of "Operation Safe Schools," the only people they managed to roll up were black.

When 37 black defendants—and no defendants of any other race—got hauled away, nobody noticed. That is until the defendants started showing up looking for federal public defenders. The federal public defenders noticed, and they began making noise about racial disparities and selective enforcement of the drug laws.

Their charges only grew louder with the posting in 2015 of undercover police surveillance video to YouTube revealing a police officer muttering "fucking BMs," police code for black males, as he monitored a group of young men on the street. The video also apparently showed an undercover informant turning down drugs being offered by an Asian woman to instead buy drugs from a black woman.

In January 2017, 12 of those charged in the operation won a discovery motion from a judge who found there was "substantial evidence suggestive of racially selective enforcement" in their arrests. Instead of allowing the proceedings to continue so a full accounting of police conduct could occur, prosecutors instead dropped the charges.

At the time, the presiding judge, U.S. District Court Judge Edward Chen, made clear that while he was granting the dismissals because they were in the best interest of the defendants, he was concerned that doing so would prevent the allegations of police bias from being aired.

"These are serious issues, serious allegations regarding claims of discriminatory enforcement patterns," Chen said. "I think the defendants in this case have raised a very substantial prima facie case that, at the very least, raises some serious questions that would warrant a response and a full airing of the issues."

Now, a year and a half later, the ACLU of Northern California on Thursday filed a federal civil lawsuit on behalf of six of those rolled up in the busts. The lawsuit alleges the plaintiffs were targeted because of their race and cites a survey of Tenderloin drug users to bolster its case. That survey found racial diversity among Tenderloin drug sellers. About half were black, but 20 percent were Latino and 17 percent were white.

The lawsuit is "an opportunity to hold the actors in the San Francisco Police Department and the city itself accountable for the police department’s longstanding practices of engaging in racially discriminatory law enforcement," said ACLU attorney Novella Coleman, who is representing the plaintiffs.

It's also about financial relief for the plaintiffs, Coleman allowed. "The court will determine how to monetize that," she said.

Not an Anomaly

Racially biased policing is nothing new in San Francisco. In fact, as Ezekiel Edwards, director of the national ACLU's Criminal Law Reform Project, pointed out in a post announcing the lawsuit, the city has the dubious honor of setting precedent for the idea that law enforcement targeting people based on their race is unconstitutional. In an 1886 case, Yick Wo v. Hopkins, the city attempted to deny laundry permits to Chinese people while granting them to non-Chinese. Such an action could only be explained by the city's "hostility to the race and nationality" of the applicants, a violation of the 14th Amendment's guarantee of equal protection under the law.

Fast forward to the 21st century, and the evidence that the city's penchant for targeting non-whites for harsher treatment remains intact just keeps piling up. Numerous studies in the past few years have documented racially biased policing practices, including a 2002 ACLU report on SFPD racial profiling and a city-commissioned study by a national expert on biased policing.

Those studies uncovered a range of bias-related problems and made concrete recommendations for reform. Those were ignored. As the rotten policing practices festered, more reports detailing racial and ethnic disparities across the criminal justice system came out in 2013 and 2015.

Then, in 2015, as "Operation Safe Schools" was winding down, SFPD was hit by a new scandal when officers were caught exchanging racist text messages. Some used the N-word, others referenced cross burnings. Officers were caught calling black residents "savages," "wild animals," and "barbarians," and one officer told his sergeant "All n------ must fucking hang." Another officer sent a text with an image of a white man spraying a black child with a hose above the caption "Go be a n----- somewhere else."

That finally got the attention of city fathers—as well as the Obama-era Justice Department. The city district attorney convened a Blue Ribbon Panel on Transparency, Accountability, and Fairness in Law Enforcement that documented SFPD's history of racially disparate enforcement and concluded that it was "in urgent need of important reforms." In 2016, the Justice Department weighed in with its own report finding that the department still engaged in racially biased policing, especially around traffic stops and police use of deadly force.

It's Not Just San Francisco

The ACLU's Edwards concisely makes the case that San Francisco is no exception when it comes to racially biased policing:

“Unequal treatment by race is commonplace among police departments large and small in cities across a range of ideological leanings. This is the reason for the racial profiling lawsuits filed in New York City, Chicago, Philadelphia, and Maricopa County, Arizona. This is the motivation, prior to Attorney General Jeff Sessions, for Justice Department consent decrees seeking to end racially discriminatory police practices in Seattle; Los Angeles County; New Orleans; Baltimore; Newark; East Haven, Connecticut; and Ferguson, Missouri. This is why the ACLU has found racial disparities in marijuana possession arrests across the country, in drug possession arrests more broadly, in stops and frisks in Boston, in seatbelt enforcement in Florida, and in arrests for low-level offenses in Minneapolis.”

When will things ever change?

This article was produced by Drug Reporter, a project of the Independent Media Institute.

 

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Years ago, in Philadelphia, I met a man from Dakar, Abe, who would later allow me to accompany him home. It would be my first trip to Africa.

We stayed in Dakar for a week when he said he had to make a trip home. This meant to his birthplace in a small village very southeast in Senegal. I asked to go and, after great consideration, he said yes. We went by car, bus, car again, and many times on foot, for four days, arriving in his home village, deep in south east Senegal.

In the U.S., Abe rountinely had sex with me. We were about the same age, in our 40s. Abe was 100% total top, and I accomodated him as often as he would let me. While considering myself very much a versatile top, I learned first hand the seduction of hearing an elder African accent pouring out the words "I want to f*** you".

But in Senegal, he would not even discuss it. I understood. I'm causcasian. It's Africa. While at his home, his father and his father's brother, men of 70+ years of age, took me into a small home where, to be blunt, promptly undressed and asked me to bathe them. The broken english was so bad, had they not been naked and rubbing each other out I would not have known what they were saying. I later learned they mistakingly thought I was a servant of Abe's. Once they were confident I got the idea of why I was there, as I performed my chores, they began to talk to each other in Wolof as though I was invisible. Sure, I was very nervous, but no one ever had to tell me what elder meant in Africa.

The next day, I was asked if I wanted to visit a nearby National Park and was told that, where we would be going, we would have to stay overnight, in make-shift tents. We would have to stay just outside the Park. I said sure, and Abe helped me simplify my packing. Abe did not travel with us as I am left to the safety of totally strange men. As I find out 1 hour into the walk, men who do not speak english. And this is a really, really big park.

At this time of year it was very dry, and hot, but at night, it would get somewhat agreeable around 2-5am. The night sky would be so crystal clear it was like you could touch it. You would never know there were so many adult African men. From total strangers walking by, speaking only to others in passing, to men camped in small groups. The night air is what cools them, what frees them to think. And they so do like to walk.

After visiting the Park, the last night in the tents, we had a little too much to drink, and several of the men, in Wolof, said they must walk. One thing led to another and I ended up following them ... at 3am.

We walked for sometime, until I realized I could no longer see them, and soon came upon a small camp, no tents, but with a fire that had just been put out, and was still smoldering. As I looked around into the darkenss, I could hear through my dizzyness from the drink, what I thought were giggles, and whispering.

I walked into the woods. My chest began to pound uncontrollably but I could not turn around. Where would I turn to? For a moment, I thought, no one in the world knows exactly where I am at this very moment, and just as I thought how entoxicating and freeing that is, the thought of Abe not knowing where I am shook me.

As the whispering turned into chanting, singing, I came onto a small clearing, around 30 yards in diameter. It was probably just me, but the moon was so bright, it was like the area was lit up like a room. I literally could not see to the other side of the clearing.

But there stood, before me, two very large men, both at least 250 lbs, basically doing what amounted to a slow motioned coregraphed wrestling match. They were surrounded by the men I had followed, some I saw while walking, and several others, all told about 15-18 men. They were all naked. Except for the two wrestlers, none were younger than me.

Eventually I got the nerve to not try to hide in the small bush I found myself in, when I felt both my arms go limp. I'm talking numb. I was led into the circle, and undressed. I felt sure I was about to faint. The feeling was constant. The chanting became a rhythmic rain eventually blurring me into subconsciousness.

Soon, I was startled by this seemingly disturbing argument between one of the wrestlers and an older man, perhaps in his 60s. I was quickly taken back into the woods and kept there for what seemed like forever, but probably about 20-30 minutes. Each time the voices grew loud and aggressive, I would be petted and held more closely. The scent of African sweat only made me more drunk. Several times I felt myself falling to my knees wanting to orally please anything that came about. I was constantly being held up. As best I remember, that's all that happened in the wooded areas.

Then the most strange thing that has ever happened to me in my life occured. All the men around me slowly walked away, one by one, until all I could see was the well lit area near me. Feeling my vision closing in on me ever so subtly, I walked out of the woods into the clearing.

The wrestler, now completely alone, motioned me to him. As I got close I fainted. When I awoke I was being kissed and caressed. He would not stop looking at my eyes. Every time I went to close them, he would get upset. I could not understand anything he said, most the times he wasn't talking to me anyway, but I understood clearly he wanted my eyes open.

In the end, he had his way with me to completion. He made sure of it. But to say this event was only sexual would be a lasting flaw in my character. He dressed me, walked me for awhile, once I noticed he had disappeared, soon others came about, smiling, waving, pointing the direction for me. No more giggling, no more whispering, no more arguing.

What happen to me that night changed my life.

Two days later, on our way back to Dakar, while resting, I asked Abe, who I thought knew nothing about what had happened, would he ever want me to talk about what I did in Africa. He only shook his head. About three days out we are in another National Park, and while being entertained, a white European couple now living in Cape Verde, makes a point of cautioning the other 'tourists' about wandering near National Parks late at night without escort.

I never felt so un-tourist in all my life.

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In conversation with Michael Smerconish John Kerry is a decorated combat veteran thrice wounded in the line of duty, a five-term United States senator from Massachusetts, the 2004 Democratic presidential nominee, and four-year Secretary of State. He is currently the Distinguished Fellow for Global Affairs at Yale and the inaugural Visiting Distinguished Statesman for the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace. His books include A Call to Service: My Vision for a Better America, The New War, and This Moment on Earth. His new book is a revealing memoir that follows his journey from son of a diplomat to disillusioned Vietnam vet, longtime legislator, and world leader. Michael A. Smerconish is the host of The Michael Smerconish Program on SiriusXM POTUS Channel 124, the host of CNN's Smerconish on Saturday mornings, a Sunday Philadelphia Inquirer columnist, and a New York Times bestselling author. Horace W. Goldsmith Foundation Endowed Lecture (recorded 10/5/2018)
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Fans in China got an ideal show: a down-to-the-wire game, and a chance to cheer one of their own. Luka Doncic scored 15 points, JJ Barea added 14 and the Dallas Mavericks topped the Philadelphia 76ers 115-112 on Monday night to earn a split of the teams' NBA China Games series. "We know how special this night is for Ding," Barea said.
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Wide receiver Adam Thielen #19 of the Minnesota Vikings makes a catch against cornerback Ronald Darby #21 of the Philadelphia Eagles to run 3 yards for a touchdown during the second quarter at Lincoln Financial Field on October 7, 2018 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.The Eagles couldn't handle the Vikings like they did in last season's NFC Championship. How do teams grade out in Week 5?
          Treasure Hunters Claim That They Were Ripped Off By FBI      Cache   Translate Page      
{{embed|t=E8md_1539130570}} Treasure hunters challenge FBI over dig for legendary gold DENTS RUN, Pa. - Surrounded by dozens of stone-faced FBI agents on a frigid winter's day, Dennis and Kem Parada stared down at the empty hole and knew something wasn't right. The father-son duo spent years combing this bit of Pennsylvania wilderness with high-end metal detectors, drills and other tools to prospect for a fabled cache of Civil War gold. They felt certain they'd discovered the hiding place of the long-lost booty, leading the FBI to the mountainous, heavily wooded area last March. Now, at the end of the court-sanctioned excavation, the FBI escorted the treasure hunters to the snow-covered site and asked them what they saw. They gazed at the pit. Not so much as a glimmer of gold dust, let alone the tons of precious metal they said an FBI contractor's instruments had detected. "We were embarrassed," Dennis Parada told The Associated Press in his first interview since the well-publicized dig last winter. "They walk us in, and they make us look like dummies. Like we messed up." Since that day, however, neighbors' accounts of late-night excavation and FBI convoys have fueled suspicions that the agency isn't telling the whole truth. The Paradas are challenging the FBI's account of the dig, insisting that something had to have been buried in the woods near Dents Run, about 135 miles (220 kilometers) northeast of Pittsburgh. That something, they believe, was gold. "After my years of experience here using equipment, there was something here, something here of value, some kind of precious metal. And whatever it is, it's gone now. And that's what I want to get to the bottom of, is what was in that hole," Kem Parada said. Federal investigators insisted a few days after leaving the site that the search came up empty, adding cryptically that its work there was related to an "ongoing investigation." The FBI declined further comment, and a bureau spokeswoman told the AP last week that court documents related to the dig are sealed. The dispute between the Paradas and the FBI is the latest chapter in a mystery that has persisted for more than a century and a half. As the story goes, around the time of the 1863 Battle of Gettysburg, the Union Army sent a shipment of gold from Wheeling, West Virginia, to Philadelphia. The wagon train took a circuitous route through the wilds of northern Pennsylvania so as to avoid Confederate troops. Along the way, the gold was either lost or stolen. The legend has inspired generations of treasure hunters to take to the thick woods of northwestern Pennsylvania - including Dennis and Kem Parada, who spent five years digging in a cave on state land, and two more years drilling atop the cave, before going to the FBI in January with their evidence. The Paradas showed agents how their sophisticated metal detector lit up like crazy when aimed at the spot where they believed the gold was hidden. Within a month, they said, the FBI had hired an outside firm to conduct an underground scan using a device called a gravimeter. The scan identified a large metallic mass with the density of gold, according to the Paradas and Warren Getler, an author and journalist who's been working with them. So it was with great anticipation that father, son and Getler arrived at the dig site March 13. But nothing went as planned. The treasure hunters and Getler said they had an agreement with the FBI to watch the excavation. Officers instead confined them to their car - out of sight of the wooded hillside where a backhoe was digging - for six hours that first day before they were finally allowed up the hill. The digging proceeded for another hour before an agent called an abrupt halt at 3 p.m., saying the team was cold, tired and hungry and it would be getting dark soon. They were just 3 feet from the target. "I said, 'You've got three hours of daylight and we're only 3 feet away,'" Dennis Parada recalled. He said the agent replied, "Denny, we're going, we're going." Whether the FBI actually left the woods that afternoon is itself an open question. Cheryl Elder, who lives nearby, told AP she heard what sounded like a backhoe and jackhammer at least until 2 a.m. - the noisy machinery keeping her awake and annoying her because she had to rise early for work - and she saw that the hillside was brightly lit. "It was just real loud all night," the former constable recalled. "It was driving me nuts." The second day of the excavation was similar to the first, according to the Paradas and Getler. They said they were confined to their car for several hours, then escorted up the hill to the dig site - by then a large, empty hole. The FBI had finished the excavation out of their presence, they said. The Paradas said they were cheated of a moment they had spent years working for. "You can only dig the gold up once, and that's a historical moment. And here we were robbed of all that," Dennis Parada said. "I don't understand why they played that game on us." After the Paradas and Getler had left, Elder said, she saw a half-dozen black SUVs at the site. One by one, she said, they backed up to the bottom of the hill and rendezvoused with one of several all-terrain utility vehicles. Elder tried using her binoculars, but couldn't make out what investigators were transferring from the ATVs to the SUVs. Even so, "I know they found gold," she declared. "I know they found it, and they're being sneaky." Heather Selle, who lives in nearby Weedville, said she was getting her kids ready for school on the morning of the second day when she spied a convoy of FBI vehicles driving past - including two large armored trucks. "There was too many people involved, there was too much hush-hush, and there's been too much seen," said still another resident, Garrett Osche, whose garage was used as a staging ground for the FBI's initial foray to the Dents Run area weeks before the dig. "Why do you close the road down if you're not loading something out? If you're not sneaking something, why do you need to do what they did?" If Union gold was indeed recovered from the woods, the discovery of a historic and extremely valuable trove of federal property on state-owned land would almost certainly touch off a court battle over who owns it, and whether the Paradas are entitled to a cut. Bill Cluck, their lawyer, said it would be a novel case for the courts, "a law professor's dream final exam." According to the legend, the lost shipment had either 26 gold bars or 52 bars, each weighing 50 pounds (23 kilograms), meaning it would be worth about $25 million or about $50 million today. The Paradas and Getler say the government contractor's scan detected a much larger quantity of precious metal - 7 to 9 tons - an eye-popping haul that could be worth more than $250 million if every ounce of it was gold. In May, Cluck filed a Freedom of Information Act request for documents on the FBI's investigation into the legendary gold. The agency demurred, claiming it had no files it could share. Cluck appealed to Republican U.S. Sen. Pat Toomey for help, and, a few weeks ago, the Justice Department ordered the FBI to do a more thorough review. If the bureau determines there are documents it can turn over after all, it could still take months or years to reach that point. "There was definitely some kind of precious metal based on the readings of the instruments at the site," Cluck said. "The fact they wouldn't let them be there for the dig, it's suspicious as hell and it doesn't have to be."
          Re: Tuesday: The open line and the headlines      Cache   Translate Page      
NVR, I don't know about eliminating the electoral college. It needs fixing but I don't know the best course. Most don't know the Philadelphia meeting had great concern over the choosing of the head of the executive branch because of the power assigned to that office. They mulled, discussed, debated, etc. the method of choosing. Keep in mind this was before there were political parties around.

They considered having Congress meet every four years and select the President and after considering that they tossed that out the window for they wanted the President to be independent and not reliant on Congress.

They then tossed out the idea of the people choosing the President but decided they were not wise enough to have complete choosing power to fill that office plus they didn't want the President to have to be popular to appeal to voters. Remember this is when only those who could vote were 21 year old white males who paid so much in taxes each year and who were part of the majority religious faiths.

So, they didn't want Congress to choose, they didn't want the people to choose, so they decided to let the states choose the President every four years via the Electoral system. They thought every four years states would nominate their "favorite sons" for the office, which would be so close not often would a candidate get a majority of the electoral vote and the House would have to make a decision with each state getting one vote, the Senate would do the same for the vice-presidency office.

For a while it worked, but the 1800 election with Jefferson and Adams had so many difficulties they quickly amended the Constitution but kept the electoral system.

I can assure you if the last two electoral decisions had caused a Democrat to be chosen the winner although a Republican had more popular votes the Republicans would be working furiously to get the system changed. And the other such elections in the past were Democrats losing to Republicans although the popular vote chose the Democrats.
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Watch as Philadelphia Flyers goaltender Brian Elliott slides across to make a pretty save on San Jose Sharks defenceman Erik Karlsson.

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Goal scoring is up again early this season, and if it stays that way we’ll be talking more about the streamlined chest protectors that were recently introduced. Philadelphia’s Brian Elliott already spoke out about it, saying he’s been getting bruised by shots.

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In late August, former Playboy model Christina Carlin-Kraft was found dead at her Philadelphia apartment.
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          United – $490: Miami / Dallas / Philadelphia / Phoenix / Charlotte – Beijing, China. Roundtrip, including all Taxes      Cache   Translate Page      
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In a remarkable proof-of-concept study, scientists from the University of Pennsylvania and the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia have, for the first time, successfully used CRISPR gene-editing technology on mice in utero, to prevent the animals being born with a lethal metabolic disorder.

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Meek Mill's cementing his role in Philadelphia as "Man of the People" ... with yet another contribution that will serve kids well for years to come. The rapper is set to announce plans to renovate a basketball court at East Fairmount Park in…


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Learn about novel technologies that connect your brand to your audience in new ways, and that improve the patient experience at 2018 Life Science Innovation Council(PRWeb October 09, 2018)Read the full story at https://www.prweb.com/releases/leading_healthcare_tech_solutions_featured_at_benchworks_symposium_in_philadelphia_wednesday_oct_17/prweb15823011.htm (Source: PRWeb: Medical Pharmaceuticals)
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Meek Mill is giving back to his community in new ways. For his newest project, he’s partnering with Roc Nation and Puma to help renovate a basketball court in his old neighborhood in Philadelphia. TMZ reports that Meek plans to announce his efforts to renovate a basketball court at East Fairmount Park in North Philly. […]
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PHILADELPHIA (AP) — A giant sea monster has taken over a building at Philadelphia's Navy Yard, but only temporarily. The inflatable sculpture titled "Sea Monsters HERE" is at a rusting warehouse called Building 611. It features huge purple tentacles bursting out of windows and reaching from the rooftop. The 40-foot-long creations sway in the breeze, creating the sense of a huge living creature. It was created by U.K.-based artists Filthy Luker and Pedro Estrellas. They were invited to install the work as part of a collaborative project between Group X, a collection of local artists and organizers, and the Navy Yard. It's on view until Nov. 16.
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Click to subscribe via RSS feed or iTunes.   Danny and Nate hit on recent news, including the firing of Ryan McDonough and Kyrie Irving's declaration that he'll re-sign in Boston.  Then Derek Bodner of the Athletic joins for the Philadelphia 76ers Season Outlook.  We discuss the outlook for Markelle Fultz based on his shooting improvements this offseason, and how Ben Simmons and Joel Embiid can take steps forward. We also hit on potential breakout and regressi
          VMware's CEO has a vision that should terrify the security industry: 'Start getting rid of products' (VMW)      Cache   Translate Page      

VMware CEO Pat Gelsinger

  • In an interview on Monday at the Best of Breed conference, VMware CEO Pat Gelsinger said that right now, companies are using too many security products — grim tidings for anybody trying to sell security products to those companies. 
  • By using multiple products, they're creating more cracks in their security infrastructure, where attackers could hypothetically get in.
  • Gelsinger says the goal is to reduce the number of security products used to help protect VMware itself down to 15. 
  • To do this, VMWare will build more security features directly into its own products.

The problem with the security industry, says VMWare CEO Pat Gelsinger, is that companies are using too many security products. If you want to be more secure, he says, "start getting rid of products."

Indeed, Gelsinger's big idea for disrupting cybersecurity is to get companies using fewer security products, and rely more on products that already have security baked in, he said in an interview with CRN on Monday at the 2018 Best of Breed conference in Philadelphia.

About two years ago, VMWare used 30 security products to protect its own employees and systems from cyberattack, but now it uses fewer than 20. The lesson, he says, is that VMware is now both more secure, and less reliant on piling on new tools from outside vendors.

“Your customers are looking for more and just giving them another warm blanket, expecting that’s going to stop bullets doesn’t do it,” Gelsinger said. “Your customers want less products, they want more value — and particularly in the security area that’s true. We think VMware is a critical component of that as you’re building those capabilities.”

Gelsinger says the goal is to reduce VMware's usage of security products even further, down to 15 security solutions, which the company will do by building more basic security functions and encryption directly into its own products, including NSX, vSan and AppDefense. That vision could be bad news for the very many security startups out there, who are all selling to a finite number of businesses in the world. 

Having fewer security products may seem counterintuitive as a way to fight cyberattack, but too many security products can create opportunity for attackers. A complicated, patchwork security infrastructure can slow down the detection of threats and makes it easier for attackers to find and exploit any software vulnerabilities. The average enterprise deploys 75 different security products, according to SafeBreach, an internet security company. Gelsinger also cited a meeting he had with a CIO of a top bank, who said that his company uses 250 security vendors.

"How do you make all that work, right? The patches of the patches, and integration—it's just nuts and that has got to get much simpler," Gelsinger said.

It may take a few years before Gelsinger and VMware successfully reduce their reliance on dedicated security tools —  but ultimately, the company hopes to have fewer external vendors and platforms to rely on, while making its own infrastructure platform more secure. In the meanwhile, he urges companies to encrypt their data, so it can't be cracked even in the event of a security incident.

“You should always have data encrypted,” Gelsinger said. “There’s still lots of breaches, but this dramatically reduces the attack surface.”

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Unless you believe the polls from CNN, NBC, and New York Times, there is no blue wave coming in November. At the very worst I see things staying pretty much as they are. A lot can happen in the next four weeks. But if things continue as they are now, Democrats will lose seats. Democrats stand to lose 0-5 Senate seats, and perhaps 6 to over 15 seats in the House.

If we stay on the current path, Democrats are not going to like the November outcome. A lot can happen both bad or good. There is a good possibility Republicans will beat historical trends of off year elections. This is possible for many reasons. The latest is the “Kavanaugh Catastrophe.” The left are completely out of touch with America today. They have silenced Free Speech to the point they only hear one side. They do not even know there is another. Democrats and the Media tried the old standard play, smear and move on.

They forgot fifty years of Media bias and lies has damaged their credibility. Other than a tiny segment, the public do not believe them. Too many remember the Media attacks on accused sexual assaults. Only to discover they had ZERO credibility. False accusations that destroyed good people. Then the Media ignored the damage they themselves had done. People do not believe the accusation, they want some proof. This Ford accusation had more holes than a slice of Swiss Cheese. And the Media ignored the lies and misstatements by Ford and the others.

Depending on the polls you look at the “Kavanaugh Catastrophe,” did serious damage to the Media and more important to Democrats. The ones I have looked at show a loss of Independent Voters support for Democrats. They lost between 11% to 30% of support from Independent voters just because of the way democrats treated Kavanaugh. It even hurt them with Democrats. Again depending on the poll, Democrats lost between 4% and 15% of Democrat voters.

The never-ending negativity from Democrats and the Media are another factor. Working Americans, Independents and even Democrats see the improvements. There are more jobs. Their wages going up. Millions got bonuses from the Trump Tax Bill. But the Media and Democrats cannot force themselves to say anything unless it is negative. One of the overriding truisms, positive plays better. We have President Trump and Republicans talking about making things even better. The only thing from the Media and Democrats is how horrible it is. But the people out there working, know it is better and the lies just turn them off.

We are now over two years into nonstop Media stories, “President Trump and the Russians.” Two years of digging. Lots of breaking news innuendo and allegations but NO PROOF. They lost sight of Alinsky’s Rules. Rule Number 7; “A tactic that drags on too long becomes a drag.” And the whole Russian collusion story is now a drag. And yet they cannot shut-up about it. People, even Democrats are bored, and want to know, “Where’s the beef?”

Back to where I started, Rand Paul warning of Assassination. I think it is too late to turn back the violence. Going back to the attack at the baseball game 18 months ago, how many Republicans have been physically attacked. Rep. Steve Scalise was shot. Rand Paul was attacked. Candidate Rudy Peters, in California defended himself against a knife attack. All of these attacks were cheered and celebrated by Democrats and supporters. Not counting the verbal assaults. Charlie Kirk and Candace Owens, were eating breakfast in Philadelphia, when attacked by Democrat supporters. Ted Cruz and wife were chased from D.C. restaurant, by Democrats. Tomi Lahren attacked at Minneapolis restaurant, by Democrats. Secretary of Homeland Security, Kirstjen Nielsen, chased from restaurant, by Democrats. Sarah Sanders chased from Red Hen restaurant by Owner. Again all of these attacks were cheered and celebrated by Democrats and supporters

If what I believe is a real possibility, Democrats actually lose seats. The left will come unglued. If Republicans increase their influence I look for the left shift quickly to violence. I expect, we will see shooting and assassinations before the end of the year. We now see verbal attacks. If they lose the election there will be shootings of Republicans in restaurants before Thanksgiving. All Republicans in Congress and working in the White House will need security just to walk outside, shop, or eat in a diner. 

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Sixteen Jr. NBA All-Stars of the Jr. NBA Philippines 2018 presented by Alaska got a special send-off this year from Alaska Milk the day before they left for their NBA Experience Trip to Shanghai, China. The eight boys and eight girls who topped the Jr. NBA National Training Camp last May underwent a basketball clinic conducted by NBA Legend Cherokee Parks and WNBA player Alana Beard, with US Ambassador Sung Kim in attendance. The All-Stars will play against counterpart Jr NBA All Stars from Vietnam, India, Thailand, Singapore and Jakarta during the trip, do city tours and watch an official preseason NBA game live between the Philadelphia 76ers and the Dallas Mavericks. They will be accompanied by Coaches of the Year Tata Belangel and Hazell Yambot. Above, L -R are: 1st row): Prince Ray Alao, Christian Joi Mesias, Nathan Jan Jundana, Kim Aaron Tamayo, Ethan Rod Alian, Seven Gagate, John Lester Amagan, Manuel Luis Antonio Pablo
2nd row): E-Cow, Marielle Vigno, Madelyn Flores, Christine Nichole Venterez, NBA Global Partnerships Director Mae Dichupa, Gin Kayla Huelar, Aishe Mae Solis, Amber Esquivel, Kyla Mataga, Pauline Angelique Valle, Jr. WNBA Coach of the Year Hazel Yambot
3rd row): Jr. NBA Coach of the Year Mark Belangel, Alaska Power Camp Head Coach Jeffery Cariaso, Alaska Milk Corporation Sports Development Head Richard Bachmann, U.S. Ambassador to the Philippines Sung Kim, former NBA player Cherokee Parks, 4-time WNBA All-Star and Los Angeles Sparks Guard/Forward Alana Beard

Fans can follow JrNBA at the official website www.jrnba.asia and Facebook at www.facebook.com/JrNBAAsia to learn more about the program as well as how to join and become a JrNBA All-Star in 2018.
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Paris Hilton will host Rock The Runway, benefitting Children's Miracle Network Hospitals and The Sasha Project LA, on October 13.

Paris Hilton has been delivering smiles to patients at Children’s Hospital Los Angeles for years and the impressions the kids have made on her heart will stay with Paris forever. “I always enjoy spending time with inspiring Miracle Kids and their families. It is clear that Children’s Hospital Los Angeles is a very special place where miracles are made every day. I knew I wanted to give back and do more to support Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals. I am honored to host Rock The Runway which combines my love of fashion and my passion for philanthropy. I know the hard work, creativity and dedication it takes to create your own fashion line, and I’m so proud of Miracle Kid Sasha Bogosian for using her talents as a fashion designer to help kids like her. I can’t wait to see all of the amazing Miracle Kids have their moment in the spotlight as models for the day, while we come together to raise funds and awareness for local children’s hospitals.”

Rock The Runway will be a unique and incredible fashion show, as Miracle Kids (patients from children’s hospitals all over the country) will walk the runway in a cool one-of-a-kind splatter painted Levi’s denim collection, by 10-year-old Children’s Hospital Los Angeles patient and fashion designer Sasha Bogosian. Sasha’s hand-painted denim designs have been worn by Jessica Biel, Kristen Bell, Katy Perry, Jack Black, Jamie Foxx, Zendaya, Kelsea Ballerini, Rachel Zoe, Allison Holker-Boss, Twitch Boss and more.

Miracle Kids will be paired with a celebrity to walk the runway as they are cheered on by guests from the entertainment industry and local children’s hospitals. Joining the Miracle Kids on the runway will be Olympic gold medalist Meryl Davis, actor and singer Victoria Justice, supermodel Selita Ebanks, “Younger star” Charles Michael Davis, country music star and actor Jana Kramer, model, actor & TV host Gilles Marini, “Dancing With The Stars” pro Keo Motsepe, actor Nicole Ari Parker (“Empire” and “The Romanoffs”), actor Boris Kodjoe (“Station 19” and “House of Cards”), ESPN host and motivational speaker Victoria Arlen, critically acclaimed award winning electronic violinist, Lindsey Stirling, Disney stars Skai Jackson and Navia Robinson, “Andi Mack” star Luke Mullen, “This Is Us” stars Mackenzie Hancsicsak and Lyric Ross, model and star of E!’s hit show “WAGS” Nicole Williams and more. The Miracle Kid stars of the show will be Chloe Davison (Medford, Oregon), Christian Guardino (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania), JaKiah Collins (Littlerock, Arkansas), Joe Joe Coles (Jacksonville, Florida),Marlee Davenport (Indianapolis, Indiana), Matteo Gurrero (Springfield, Oregon), Nate Ferrell (Gainesville, Florida), Sasha Bogosian (Los Angeles, California) and Teddy Moore (Queens, New York).

Miracle Kid Sasha Bogosian receives treatment and care for cerebral palsy at Children’s Hospital Los Angeles. Sasha’s love for self-expression through art and her passion for fashion inspired her to create The Sasha Project LA, a non-profit organization that is dedicated to raising awareness and funds for The Mark Taper-Johnny Mercer Artists Program at Children’s Hospital Los Angeles, helping patients heal through art. Sasha has raised $30,500 to date by selling her one-of-a-kind hand painted denim pieces and she is excited to take her fundraising to a whole new level with the awareness generated from Rock The Runway. Sasha’s goal is to help thousands of kids like her in Los Angeles have access to an art therapy program.

CHLA is awesome! Everyone there is so nice. Children’s Hospital is always there for me and helps me get stronger! I can’t wait for this runway show. I’m excited for everyone to see my painted denim pieces. It also makes me feel so happy because people will know about art therapy at Children’s Hospital and will maybe want to help too. The money I raise will help more patients feel a lot better! Paris Hilton is a fashion icon and I’m so grateful that she is hosting this very special event”, said 10-year-old Miracle Kid fashion designer Sasha Bogosian.

The creative teams from Paul Mitchell The School Pasadena and CAO Cosmetics will be creating glamorous hair and makeup looks for the runway show. Trueheart partners Amy and Scott Malin are proud to be producing, choreographing and directing Rock The Runway, while Hollywood’s finest, DJ Kid Fish, will be spinning at the event.

Rock The Runway will take place on Saturday, October 13, 2018 at Avalon in Los Angeles. The event will be a once in a lifetime experience for these special Miracle Kids, as they feel the love and support of the Hollywood community coming together to raise funds and awareness for local children’s hospitals.
In addition to the fabulous fashion show, Hollywood’s brightest stars and their children will spend a fun-filled day with inspiring patients from member hospitals around the country. The family fun day extravaganza will include balloon artists, face painting, glitter hair braids, and a Polite In Public photo booth featuring a custom floral backdrop designed by The Bouqs Company. Partygoers will enjoy signature flavors of cotton candy by Love Swirls and delicious My/Mo Mochi Ice Cream. Guests will be treated to a gourmet lunch and refreshing juice and tea from Purity Organic. Hydration will be powered by AQUAhydrate. The Bouqs Company will help style a fashion forward media wall with their gorgeous farm fresh florals at the event to create the ultimate social media moment.

Miracle Kid Christian Guardino who sang his way into the hearts of America as a Semi-Finalist on “America’s Got Talent” and who received the coveted golden buzzer from Howie Mandel, will perform at the event.

Partygoers can participate in the Kendra Scott Mystery Jewelry Pull with 100% of the proceeds benefiting Miracle Kids. Guests can also shop the latest Kendra Scott styles with 20% of purchases going back to Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals and The Sasha Project LA.

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




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




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2018-10-07 - IPCC scientists issue life-or-death warning on global warming:
http://www.voanews.com/a/un-climate-change-report/4603949.html
http://www.telegraphherald.com/article_80f5b069-040f-5c43-af6c-7f557e9e20a0.html
http://www.ksl.com/article/46402109/un-report-on-global-warming-carries-life-or-death-warning
http://www.mysanantonio.com/news/science/article/UN-report-on-global-warming-carries-life-or-death-13288950.php
http://week.com/news/national-news-from-the-associated-press/2018/10/07/un-report-on-global-warming-carries-life-or-death-warning/
http://robinwestenra.blogspot.com/2018/10/the-guardian-on-latest-ipcc-climate.html
http://www.yahoo.com/news/scientists-just-laid-paths-solve-045004042.html
http://www.bbc.com/news/science-environment-45784892
http://apnews.com/5e2cdafcbdb8429d96fd3b3b91b880d6
http://ipcc.ch/report/sr15/

Quote: "Preventing an extra single degree of heat could make a life-or-death difference in the next few decades for multitudes of people and ecosystems on this fast-warming planet, an international panel of scientists reported Sunday. But they provide little hope the world will rise to the challenge."

Note: Preventing that much warming is impossible. Even if every power plant and car were scrapped and every single human being blew their brains out, today, the methane now spewing from the permafrost and the seas in the Arctic would cause waaaay more than that much warming through unstoppable feedbacks that are already in progress and escalating rapidly. So their hearts are in the right place - and I presume they also don't wanna die - but realistically, logically, they're seeking a goal that's not possible. The best we can do is slow down our extinction, and even then not by much, and that's assuming we were even seriously making the effort to slow our demise, and we are, if anything, working to HASTEN our extermination. Pursuing the recommended goals would help postpone - not avoid - human extinction, but hey, the more postponing we can do the better if you're one of those wanna-stay-alive types...

2018-10-07 - Trump administration has entered Stage 5 climate denial:
http://www.theguardian.com/environment/climate-consensus-97-per-cent/2018/oct/08/the-trump-administration-has-entered-stage-5-climate-denial

2018-10-07 - Person found dead in burning pickup truck in the wee hours near Northway and Parking Street in Greendale (Wisconsin):
http://www.channel3000.com/news/greendale-police-investigate-fatal-truck-fire/804353260
http://fox6now.com/2018/10/07/medical-examiner-investigates-fatal-truck-fire-in-greendale/
http://www.wisn.com/article/medical-examiner-called-to-greendale-after-vehicle-fire/23629749
http://waow.com/news/wisconsin-news-from-the-associated-press/2018/10/08/greendale-police-investigate-fatal-truck-fire/
http://www.tmj4.com/news/local-news/wisconsin-department-of-justice-investigating-deadly-truck-fire-in-the-village-of-greendale
http://www.usnews.com/news/best-states/wisconsin/articles/2018-10-08/greendale-police-investigate-fatal-truck-fire
http://www.jsonline.com/story/news/local/2018/10/07/report-car-fire-turned-into-death-investigation/1559499002/
http://www.cbs58.com/news/body-found-in-burning-car-in-greendale
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_KuZK_d4FWQ

2018-10-07 - Passenger plane engine bursts into flame at McCarran Airport in Las Vegas (Nevada):
http://www.kathrynsreport.com/2018/10/jetblue-airbus-a321-200-n923jb-incident.html
http://news3lv.com/news/local/delta-passengers-safe-at-mccarran-gate-after-jet-engine-catches-fire
http://www.boston.com/news/local-news/2018/10/08/no-one-hurt-after-jetblue-flight-to-boston-aborts-vegas-after-engine-fire
http://www.fox5vegas.com/news/engine-fire-on-jetblue-flight-reported-at-mccarran-airport/article_610520e8-ca6d-11e8-917e-4b74a99b58d0.html
http://flipboard.com/topic/flying/engine-fire-on-jetblue-flight-reported-at-mccarran-airport/f-2819a0d733%2Ffox5vegas.com
http://www.newsminer.com/news/national/no-one-hurt-after-jetblue-engine-fire-aborts-vegas-takeoff/article_c44d032b-bef7-5793-bcc5-b1b262fad0a3.html
http://boston.cbslocal.com/2018/10/07/jetblue-las-vegas-boston-engine-catches-fire/

Quote: "A JetBlue flight with 146 people on board experienced an engine fire and had to return to the gate after it was extinguished just before noon Sunday at McCarran International Airport."

Note: This is the 169th aircraft to smoke/burn/explode in 2018...

2018-10-07 - Tanker ship 'Feng Huang AO' disabled by fire off the coast of Massachusetts:
http://www.fleetmon.com/maritime-news/2018/23853/tanker-disabled-fire-towed-new-york/
http://www.wdtimes.com/news/national/article_0336d43b-8d1f-57c2-b299-69d4c72119c3.html
http://www.mvtimes.com/2018/10/05/asphalt-tanker-engine-ingnites-off-nantucket/
http://www.chicagotribune.com/news/sns-bc-ny--tanker-fire-20181009-story.html
http://maritimebulletin.net/2018/10/09/tanker-disabled-by-fire-towed-to-new-york/
http://www.oleantimesherald.com/news/nation/fire-breaks-out-aboard-asphalt-tanker-off-mass-towed-to/article_e9d9d5f5-3a40-5156-af99-d36d5ce79aea.html
http://www.fox5ny.com/news/engine-fire-disables-asphalt-tanker

Quote: "The Coast Guard says a tanker loaded with asphalt has been safely towed to New York after an engine-room fire in the Atlantic Ocean more than 50 miles (80 kilometers) off Massachusetts. The 479-foot (146-meter) Feng Huang AO arrived Monday, three days after the fire. On-board fire suppression systems extinguished the blaze without any injuries to the 21-member crew, but the main engine and electrical generators were disabled with the ship 57 miles (92 kilometers) southeast of Nantucket, Massachusetts."

2018-10-07 - At least 86 boats and 4 vehicles destroyed by fire at 5:22 AM at boat storage business in Buford (Georgia), 2200 feet from Lake Lanier:
http://patch.com/georgia/buford/86-boats-lost-during-fire-buford-dam-road-boat-storage
http://www.gainesvilletimes.com/news/86-boats-4-vehicles-destroyed-fire-buford-business/
http://www.wsbtv.com/news/local/nearly-90-boats-catch-fire-at-gwinnett-boat-storage-facility/848490956
http://www.ajc.com/news/crews-fight-fire-gwinnett-boat-storage-facility/Ra5SLNmDGNlMAWAtcx1WzN/
http://accesswdun.com/article/2018/10/721452/cause-of-buford-fire-that-destroyed-86-boats-still-undetermined
http://www.11alive.com/article/news/local/buford/more-than-80-boats-destroyed-by-huge-fire-at-lake-lanier-storage-facility/85-601714261
http://www.gwinnettdailypost.com/local/massive-fire-destroys-boat-storage-facility-near-lake-lanier-in/article_1ff24422-ca32-11e8-8fcf-33d90ded1958.html
http://thebrunswicknews.com/news/state_news/dozens-of-boats-burn-in-fire-at-georgia-storage-facility/article_5ed83556-9bd6-5497-a8c1-1518e8862097.html
http://www.cbs46.com/news/storage-facility-and-boats-go-up-in-flames-in-buford/article_ebf45026-ca30-11e8-b839-1f855fc71e25.html
http://www.wsbradio.com/news/local/dozens-boats-burn-fire-georgia-storage-facility/rnTHpLVISdVbgxUzcgIj7M/
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=chS5_EkKaSU

Quote: "An early morning fire at Buford Dam Road Boat Storage, just south of the Hall County line, destroyed 86 boats and four vehicles, according to Gwinnett County Fire and Emergency Services. An adjoining motorcycle shop also was damaged in the blaze, which was reported at 5:22 a.m. Sunday, Oct. 7, by an employee who provides security overnight."

2018-10-07 - Two boats destroyed by fire while parked at business on Sawmill Creek Road in coastal Sitka (Alaska):
http://vimeo.com/293875852

2018-10-07 - Yacht bursts into flame while docked on coastal Shelter Island (California):
http://www.10news.com/news/crews-battling-boat-fire-on-shelter-island

Quote: "A fire broke out on a boat around 9:30 p.m. Sunday night. The boat was at 2330 Shelter Island Drive, near Bali Hai. Officials say the boat was a 40 inch vessel."

Note: A yacht for really tiny people! Heh, they must have meant feet, not inches. These are the 888th-977th boats/ships to burn/explode in 2018...

2018-10-07 - Hurricane Michael strengthens, churns toward Florida:
http://cbs12.com/news/local/michael-strengthens-into-a-hurricane
http://www.cnn.com/2018/10/08/us/tropical-storm-michael-emergency-wxc/index.html
http://www.news4jax.com/weather/hurricane/michael-now-a-hurricane-headed-for-florida-panhandle
http://robinwestenra.blogspot.com/2018/10/floridadeclares-state-of-emergency-as.html
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AjWSFGKcRRU




2018-10-07 - Unknown massive explosion and mushroom cloud alarm people in coastal Cow Bay (Australia):
http://hisz.rsoe.hu/alertmap/database/index.php?pageid=event_desc&edis_id=EX-20181008-64949-AUS
http://www.newsport.com.au/2018/october/residents-report-massive-explosion-in-cow-bay/

Quote: "On social media a Cow Bay resident said they thought the noise and subsequent shockwave resembled a plane crashing creating a stir on the community page. Another resident thought it sounded like a gas explosion and reported they witnessed a giant orange mushroom cloud rising from the area. Fire services however have dealt with the matter and confirmed it was not considered serious."

2018-10-07 - Dry cleaning business destroyed by explosion and fire in Omaha (Nebraska):
http://www.ketv.com/article/reported-explosion-fire-near-168th-and-audrey/23630033
http://www.omaha.com/news/metro/it-was-loud-like-a-big-shock-wave-building-near/article_2080dff4-a8d0-5f59-816f-69b385e3de8c.html
http://siouxcityjournal.com/news/state-and-regional/nebraska/dry-cleaning-building-collapses-after-fire-in-omaha/article_b85133d1-d830-5a0c-be66-817357fcc7a3.html
http://www.nptelegraph.com/news/state/dry-cleaning-building-collapses-after-fire-in-omaha/article_67288e51-1dc9-55ef-8ee9-b9e575b995da.html
http://www.3newsnow.com/news/local-news/sunday-explosion-at-gretna-dry-cleaners

2018-10-07 - Landfill erupts in flame in coastal Angelsea (Australia):
http://www.theage.com.au/national/victoria/blaze-starts-at-second-transfer-station-in-less-than-24-hours-20181007-p50882.html
http://www.geelongadvertiser.com.au/news/geelong/cfa-fights-waste-fire-at-anglesea-landfill/news-story/a1c6591910bad990cd6603c9fc7d30f6
http://www.heraldsun.com.au/news/national/cfa-fights-waste-fire-at-anglesea-landfill/news-story/a1c6591910bad990cd6603c9fc7d30f6
http://www.bay939.com.au/news/local-news/98352-smoke-alert-as-anglesea-waste-dump-ignites

2018-01-07 - Huge oil storage tank explodes and burns for 17 hours in coastal Goyang (South Korea):
http://english.yonhapnews.co.kr/news/2018/10/07/0200000000AEN20181007001951320.html
http://www.koreaherald.com/view.php?ud=20181007000240
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F9a4P9eqzSI

2018-10-07 - Lumber yard goes up in flames, fire spreads to businesses, in Florence (California):
http://abc7.com/lumber-yard-fire-spreads-to-nearby-buildings-in-florence/4437466/
http://www.nbclosangeles.com/news/local/Commercial-Structure-Fire-Explodes-in-South-LA_Los-Angeles-495718151.html

2018-10-07 - Wildfire breaks out, grows quickly to 4,500 acres, in Solano County bear Suisun City (California):
http://www.eastbaytimes.com/2018/10/07/vacaville-fire-along-highway-forces-closure-smoke-drifting-into-east-bay/
http://abc7news.com/brush-fires-burn-structures-prompt-highway-closures-near-vacaville/4434420/
http://www.sfgate.com/california-wildfires/article/fires-Solano-co-fairfield-rio-vista-closed-roads-13288533.php
http://sanfrancisco.cbslocal.com/2018/10/07/solano-county-fires-highway-12-interstate-505/
http://www.ktvu.com/news/heavy-smoke-reported-throughout-bay-area-due-to-solano-fire
http://www.ktvu.com/news/2-alarm-grass-fire-in-solano-county-prompts-highway-12-closure
http://patch.com/california/suisuncity/vegetation-fire-erupts-solano-county
http://sacramento.cbslocal.com/2018/10/07/fire-brush-fire-solano-county/

2018-10-07 - Brush fire breaks out near US 101 near coastal San Jose (California):
http://www.ktvu.com/news/cal-fire-responds-to-brush-fire-near-hwy-101-in-san-jose
http://www.nbcbayarea.com/news/local/Brush-Fire-Sparks-Near-Highway-101-South-of-San-Jose-495451141.html

2018-10-07 - Wildfire rages in coastal Sintra-Cascais Natural Park near Lisbon (Portugal):
http://kstp.com/national/700-firefighters-in-portugal-battle-wildfire-west-of-lisbon/5099228/
http://www.thestar.com/news/world/2018/10/07/700-firefighters-in-portugal-battle-wildfire-west-of-lisbon.html
http://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/europe/portugal-wildfires-firefighters-injured-national-park-evacuation-a8572781.html
http://www.washingtonpost.com/world/europe/firefighters-battle-wildfire-in-national-park-west-of-lisbon/2018/10/07/ba3c3c20-ca07-11e8-9c0f-2ffaf6d422aa_story.html
http://www.itv.com/news/2018-10-07/hundreds-evacuated-as-firefighters-battle-raging-fire-in-portugal/
http://www.charlotteobserver.com/news/nation-world/world/article219633220.html
http://www.islandpacket.com/news/nation-world/world/article219633220.html
http://www.whig.com/article/20181007/AP/310079961

2018-10-07 - Passenger bus bursts into flame near the Palace of Serbia in Belgrade (Serbia):
http://navva.org/serbia/nation/bus-bukit-burning-in-palata-serbia-passengers-panicked-others-without-personal-effects-video-telegraph/

Note: This is the 572nd bus to burn in 2018...

2018-10-07 - Two tractor trailers, forklift, pickup truck and building destroyed by fire at business in Winder (Georgia):
http://accesswdun.com/print/2018/10/721759/fire-remains-under-investigation-in-barrow-county
http://www.barrowjournal.com/archives/13317-Building,-vehicles-damaged-in-fire-on-Bankhead-Highway.html

Quote: "Two tractor trailers, a small building, forklift and pickup truck were destroyed in the blaze."

2018-10-07 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on the Gregory Highway in Llanarth (Australia):
http://www.townsvillebulletin.com.au/news/crime-court/car-truck-destroyed-in-separate-blazes/news-story/d22c413e40ce1ec84b290d837217c48b
http://www.heraldsun.com.au/news/national/car-truck-destroyed-in-separate-blazes/news-story/d22c413e40ce1ec84b290d837217c48b
http://www.power100.com.au/news/local-news/146618-truck-fire-in-charters-towers-region
http://www.star1063.com.au/news/local-news/132947-truck-fire-in-charters-towers-region

2018-10-07 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on the A9 near coastal Helmsdale (Scotland):
http://www.pressandjournal.co.uk/fp/news/highlands/1580217/fire-crews-called-to-lorry-blaze-on-a9/

Note: These are the 2156th, 2157th, 2158th and 2159th tractors/tankers/semis to burn/explode in 2018...

2018-10-07 - Campervan burst into flame on Lees Lane in Skelmersdale (Britain):
http://www.lancsfirerescue.org.uk/vehicle-fire-in-skelmersdale-2/

2018-10-07 - Van bursts into flame at 6:30 AM while parked at home, fire spreads to shed, in coastal Portsmouth (Britain):
http://www.portsmouth.co.uk/our-region/portsmouth/portsmouth-van-fire-spreads-to-shed-1-8659885

2018-10-07 - SUV bursts into flame on the way back from the beach in coastal Anne Arundel County (Maryland):
http://www.nbcwashington.com/news/local/Familys-Hyundai-Santa-Fe-Fire-Maryland-Warning-Investigation-Kia-Recall-496074401.html
http://www.nbcwashington.com/news/local/Terrfying-Moments-as-Maryland-Couple-Car-Catches-Fire_Washington-DC-496082401.html

Quote: "The Bakers were driving home from the beach Sunday on Maryland Route 32 when the trouble began."

2018-10-07 - Pickup truck bursts into flame on I-95 in coastal Fort Lauderdale (Florida):
http://wsvn.com/news/local/pickup-truck-catches-fire-on-i-95-in-fort-lauderdale-no-injuries/
http://www.scoopnest.com/user/wsvn/1049120958643093505-pickup-truck-catches-fire-on-i-95-in-fort-lauderdale-no-injuries

2018-10-07 - Car bursts into flame on San Justo Road near San Benito (California):
http://sanbenitolive.com/video-vehicle-fully-engulfed-on-san-justo-road/

2018-10-07 - Car bursts into flame on I-65 in Cullman County (Alabama):
http://www.waff.com/2018/10/07/crews-battling-car-fire-i-cullman-county/

2018-10-07 - Car bursts into flame on Highway 109 at McCallister Road in Houston County (Alabama):
http://rickeystokesnews.com/article.php/654-pm-vehicle-fire-on-hwy-109-158651

2018-10-07 - Car bursts into flame on I-91 in Springfield (Massachusetts):
http://www.westernmassnews.com/news/police-respond-to-car-fire-on-i--in-springfield/article_af13bec8-ca97-11e8-a60e-f7529eaa8091.html

2018-10-07 - Car bursts into flame on I-185 near Pine Mountain (Georgia):
http://www.wtvm.com/2018/10/08/car-fire-pine-mountain-halts-traffic-i-/

2018-10-07 - Car bursts into flame on Beach Road in coastal St Kilda (Australia):
http://www.9news.com.au/national/2018/10/08/08/20/melbourne-fire-st-kilda-truck-and-ute-campbellfield-traffic-chaos
http://flipboard.com/topic/pty/%E2%80%98scary%E2%80%99-escape-for-driver-after-melbourne-car-fire/a-ZyjGDsJ3T4G2Qf2u_wb5nw%3Aa%3A2138603857-8b1d268f46%2Fcom.au
http://www.news.com.au/national/victoria/traffic-delays-as-car-bursts-into-flames-on-busy-st-kilda-road-during-morning-peak/news-story/1a388ce409e57fb266b8e30c007b92c9
http://www.cairnspost.com.au/news/national/traffic-delays-as-car-bursts-into-flames-on-busy-st-kilda-road-during-morning-peak/news-story/1a388ce409e57fb266b8e30c007b92c9
http://omny.fm/shows/3aw-breakfast-with-ross-and-john/mark-tells-ross-and-john-about-the-massive-car-fir
http://www.3aw.com.au/massive-explosion-car-bursts-into-flames-at-st-kilda/

2018-10-07 - Car bursts into flame at 4:54 AM on Bussau Close in Wanniassa (Australia):
http://www.ewn.com.au/traffic/caution-car-fire-wanniassa-act-390040.traffic

2018-10-07 - Car bursts into flame on street in Ganguly Bagan (India):
http://english.kolkata24x7.com/narrow-escape-from-moving-car-fire-in-ganguly-bagan.html/
http://m.dailyhunt.in/news/india/english/kolkata+24+7+english-epaper-koleng/narrow+escape+from+moving+car+fire+in+ganguly+bagan-newsid-98723662

2018-10-07 - Car bursts into flame while parked at Sterling Mills Outlet Shopping Village in Tillicoultry (Scotland):
http://www.alloaadvertiser.com/news/16968825.crews-deal-with-car-fire-at-sterling-mills-tillicoultry/

2018-10-07 - Two cars go up in flames while parked on Blackburn Street in Chorley (Britain):
http://www.thelancasterandmorecambecitizen.co.uk/news/16966861.firefighters-tackle-two-car-fire-in-chorley/
http://www.lancashiretelegraph.co.uk/news/16966861.firefighters-tackle-two-car-fire-in-chorley/

2018-10-07 - Car bursts into flame at 2:46 AM on Victoria Place in coastal Plymouth (Britain):
http://www.dsfire.gov.uk/News/Newsdesk/IncidentDetail.cfm?IncidentID=49688&siteCategoryId=3&T1ID=26&T2ID=41

2018-10-07 - Car bursts into flame at 4:07 AM on Albert Road in coastal Plymouth (Britain):
http://www.dsfire.gov.uk/News/Newsdesk/IncidentDetail.cfm?IncidentID=49690&siteCategoryId=3&T1ID=26&T2ID=41

2018-10-07 - Car bursts into flame at 1:03 AM on Albany Close in Swindon (Britain):
http://www.dwfire.org.uk/incident/car-fire-swindon-22/

2018-10-07 - Car bursts into flame on the A30 near Monkton (Britain):
http://www.dsfire.gov.uk/News/Newsdesk/IncidentDetail.cfm?IncidentID=49691&siteCategoryId=3&T1ID=26&T2ID=41

2018-10-07 - Car bursts into flame on the M25 near Leatherhead (Britain):
http://www.getsurrey.co.uk/news/surrey-news/m25-traffic-car-fire-live-15250644
http://www.yourlocalguardian.co.uk/news/16966697.anti-clockwise-traffic-stopped-on-stretch-of-m25-due-to-car-fire/
http://www.surreycomet.co.uk/news/16966697.anti-clockwise-traffic-stopped-on-stretch-of-m25-due-to-car-fire/

2018-10-07 - Car bursts into flame on the M5 near Taunton (Britain):
http://www.dsfire.gov.uk/News/Newsdesk/IncidentDetail.cfm?IncidentID=49693&siteCategoryId=3&T1ID=26&T2ID=41
http://www.somersetcountygazette.co.uk/news/16966476.two-lanes-of-m5-near-taunton-closed-after-vehicle-fire/
http://www.chardandilminsternews.co.uk/news/16966476.two-lanes-of-m5-near-taunton-closed-after-vehicle-fire/
http://www.burnhamandhighbridgeweeklynews.co.uk/news/16966476.two-lanes-of-m5-near-taunton-closed-after-vehicle-fire/
http://www.somersetlive.co.uk/news/somerset-news/m5-traffic-two-lanes-closed-2083550

2018-10-07 - Two cars go up in flames at 1:53 AM on Southwold Crescent in coastal Grimsby (Britain):
http://www.humbersidefire.gov.uk/newsroom/incidents

Quote: "Southwold Crescent, Grimsby. Sun 7 Oct 2018 01:53 (No:22450) Two cars on fire. One hose reel and one BA in use."

2018-10-07 - Car bursts into flame at roundabout in Denham (Britain):
http://bucksfire.gov.uk/latest-incidents/

Quote: "Sunday 7 October, 5.08pm Car fire, Denham Roundabout, Denham. One appliance and crew from Gerrards Cross attended. Firefighters used one hose reel."

2018-10-07 - Car bursts into flame on the M40 near Loudwater (Britain):
http://bucksfire.gov.uk/latest-incidents/

Quote: "Sunday 7 October, 3.46pm Car fire following collision involving one car, M40 southbound between junctions 4 (Handy Cross) and 3 (Loudwater). Two appliances and crews from High Wycombe attended. No-one was trapped. Firefighters used one hose reel and one set of breathing apparatus."

2018-10-07 - Vehicle bursts into flame at 3:04 AM on Barton Crescent in Dawlish (Britain):
http://www.dsfire.gov.uk/News/Newsdesk/IncidentDetail.cfm?IncidentID=49689&siteCategoryId=3&T1ID=26&T2ID=41

2018-10-07 - Two vehicles, RV trailer and garage destroyed by fire, home damaged, in Grand Rapids (Michigan):
http://www.wisconsinrapidstribune.com/story/news/2018/10/08/grand-rapids-family-displaced-fire/1567941002/

Quote: "A fire destroyed a garage, two vehicles and a camper Sunday and caused significant smoke damage to a home, according to the Grand Rapids assistant fire chief."

2018-10-07 - Car and home destroyed by fire on Bowden Crescent in Marian (Australia), near the Pioneer River:
http://www.dailymercury.com.au/news/inferno-destroys-home-car-at-marian/3543482/#/0

2018-10-07 - Barn destroyed by fire at 2:15 AM on Gum Sulfur Road in Rockcastle County (Kentucky), pet killed:
http://lex18.com/news/covering-kentucky/2018/10/07/fire-destroys-barn-kills-pet-in-rockcastle-co/
http://www.wymt.com/content/news/Firefighters-Family-pet-dies-in-fire-barn-destroyed-495383711.html

2018-10-07 - Tree stump ignites on Quantock Road in coastal Grimsby (Britain):
http://www.humbersidefire.gov.uk/newsroom/incidents

Quote: "Quantock Road, Grimsby. Sun 7 Oct 2018 16:00 (No:22492) Fire involving tree stump. Crews extinguished using Scotty back back, beaters and small tools."

2018-10-07 - Hardware store damaged by fire in Pampa (Texas), nobody there:
http://abc7amarillo.com/news/local/late-night-fire-at-franks-hardware-in-pampa

2018-10-07 - Salon heavily damaged by fire at 3:45 AM in coastal Tampa (Florida):
http://www.fox13news.com/news/local-news/tampa-salon-heavily-damaged-in-fire

2018-10-07 - Garage goes up in flames at home in Kalamazoo (Michigan):
http://wwmt.com/news/local/garage-fire-extinguished-by-public-safety

2018-10-07 - Garage destroyed by fire shortly before 11:30 PM at home, fire spreads to book store, in Greenville (Ohio):
http://www.daytondailynews.com/news/local/fire-destroys-garage-damages-book-store-greenville/fH4MPiZDfaTeN04i6k2B5K/

2018-10-07 - Home damaged by garage fire on North Elm Street in Wallingford (Connecticut):
http://www.wtnh.com/news/connecticut/new-haven/wallingford-garage-fire-extends-to-home/1506818488

2018-10-07 - Home heavily damaged by fire on Yellowstone Court in Hampstead (Maryland):
http://www.carrollcountytimes.com/news/local/cc-yellowstone-house-fire-20181007-story.html

2018-10-07 - Home heavily damaged by fire in Hamilton (Canada):
http://www.thespec.com/news-story/8950918-firefighters-knock-down-central-hamilton-house-fire/

2018-10-07 - Home heavily damaged by fire at 3 AM on Hawkinstown Road in Salisbury (North Carolina), nobody there:
http://www.wbtv.com/2018/10/07/three-displaced-after-fire-heavily-damages-salisbury-home/

2018-10-07 - Home destroyed by fire at 11:09 PM in New Haven (New York), nobody there:
http://www.syracuse.com/crime/index.ssf/2018/10/oswego_county_firefighters_battle_blaze_at_new_haven_town_councilors_rental_home.html

2018-10-07 - Home destroyed by fire in Yakima (Washington), dog missing:
http://kcby.com/news/local/dog-missing-after-yakima-home-burns-to-the-ground

2018-10-07 - Duplex heavily damaged by fire in coastal Oakland (California):
http://www.eastbaytimes.com/2018/10/07/firefighters-extinguish-two-alarm-east-oakland-fire/

2018-10-07 - Apartment building damaged by fire in coastal Bath (Maine), 1 injured:
http://www.pressherald.com/2018/10/07/man-suffers-burns-in-apartment-fire-in-bath/

2018-10-07 - Apartment building damaged by fire in coastal West Palm Beach (Florida):
http://cbs12.com/news/local/apartment-fire-in-west-palm-beach-10-08-2018

2018-10-07 - Apartment building damaged by fire at 4:45 AM in coastal Newport News (Virginia):
http://wtkr.com/2018/10/07/no-injuries-reported-after-newport-news-apartment-fire/
http://www.wavy.com/news/local-news/newport-news/newport-news-firefighters-respond-to-vacant-apartment-fire/1504307461

2018-10-07 - Deadly fire burns mobile home near Nyssa (Oregon), 1 killed:
http://www.argusobserver.com/news/nyssa-man-dies-in-fire-friday-night/article_f76000ce-cb3c-11e8-bcb3-2706fc388f16.html

2018-10-07 - Deadly fire burns home at 2:48 AM on Scenic Lane on coastal Staten Island (New York), 4100 feet from the ocean, 1 killed:
http://www.nbcnewyork.com/news/local/62-Year-Old-Man-Dies-After-Fire-Breaks-Out-at-Home-on-Staten-Island-NYPD-495387211.html

2018-10-07 - Deadly fire burns home on Cindy Street in Brighton (Illinois), 1 killed:
http://fox2now.com/2018/10/07/fatal-house-fire-in-brighton-il-under-investigation/
http://foxillinois.com/news/local/officials-respond-to-house-fire-in-brighton

2018-10-07 - Deadly fire burns home at 5:40 AM on Sycamore Boulevard in Huxley (Iowa), 1 killed, 2 injured:
http://www.desmoinesregister.com/story/news/2018/10/07/1-dead-2-injured-early-morning-huxley-house-fire/1559268002/
http://www.amestrib.com/news/20181007/1-dies-in-huxley-house-fire-2-others-injured
http://www.kcci.com/article/community-grapples-with-the-death-of-huxley-father-after-fire/23630998
http://ktiv.com/2018/10/08/man-dies-after-house-fire-woman-and-son-rescued/
http://whotv.com/2018/10/07/house-fire-traps-huxley-family-inside/

2018-10-07 - Deadly fire burns home in Luzerne Borough (Pennsylvania), 1 killed:
http://www.timesleader.com/news/720889/man-dies-following-fire-in-luzerne-borough
http://www.citizensvoice.com/news/apartment-fire-death-ruled-accidental-1.2395054

2018-10-07 - Deadly fire burns home in Foley (Minnesota), 1 killed:
http://minnesota.cbslocal.com/2018/10/08/foley-house-fire-death-78th-street-northeast/

2018-10-07 - Deadly fire burns home at 12:20 AM in coastal Palmetto (Florida), 1 killed:
http://www.ajc.com/news/year-old-dies-palmetto-house-fire/P5zvndDUMHizqzxTWDWbrK/
http://www.myajc.com/news/year-old-dies-palmetto-house-fire/P5zvndDUMHizqzxTWDWbrK/

2018-10-07 - Vacant home burns on Reservoir Street in Springfield (Illinois):
http://foxillinois.com/news/local/springfield-fire-department-responding-to-possible-house-fire

2018-10-07 - Vacant commercial building destroyed by huge fire in Allentown (Pennsylvania):
http://www.mcall.com/news/breaking/mc-nws-allentown-warehouse-fire-20181007-story.html
http://philadelphia.cbslocal.com/2018/10/07/crews-battling-4-alarm-warehouse-fire-in-allentown/
http://www.nbcphiladelphia.com/news/local/Allentown-Pennsylvania-Vacant-Warehouse-Four-Alarm-Fire--495596441.html
http://6abc.com/fire-rages-through-allentown-warehouse-/4435964/

2018-10-07 - Historic vacant retreat destroyed by massive blaze shortly after 11 PM in coastal Little Bras d’Or (Canada):
http://atlantic.ctvnews.ca/historic-cape-breton-retreat-centre-destroyed-in-overnight-fire-1.4124787
http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/nova-scotia/fire-villa-madonna-cape-breton-1.4853894
http://www.capebretonpost.com/news/local/former-villa-madonna-centre-falls-victim-to-fire-248149/




2018-10-07 - Pygmy sperm whale washes ashore dead at coastal Ruapuke Beach (New Zealand):
http://www.stuff.co.nz/national/107664412/female-pygmy-sperm-whale-found-dead-on-beach

2018-10-07 - Thousands of fish found dead in coastal Moorings Bay (Florida):
http://hisz.rsoe.hu/alertmap/database/index.php?pageid=event_desc&edis_id=BH-20181009-64958-USA
http://www.fox4now.com/news/toxic-water/contractors-set-to-clean-up-dead-fish-in-naples
http://www.nbc-2.com/story/39251578/bay-full-of-thousands-of-dead-fish

Quote: "Hundreds of rotting fish carcasses washed into Moorings Bay on Sunday and were still there Monday afternoon, but no one knows what killed them - or when they'll go away."

2018-10-07 - Hundreds of fish strand and die in coastal Gwithian (Britain):
http://www.cornwalllive.com/news/cornwall-news/hundreds-more-fish-found-stranded-2083463

Quote: "Hundreds of fish have been founded stranded on a beach in Cornwall. The small sprat fish were discovered thrashing about in shallow pools of water on Gwithian beach, near Hayle, by dog walker Jill Clark. It is the third incident of stranded fish at beaches in Cornwall in less than three weeks."

2018-10-07 - Red tide bloom now killing sea life from the Gulf of Mexico to Fort Lauderdale (Florida):
http://www.thebigwobble.org/2018/10/ive-been-here-all-my-life-and-ive-never.html




2018-10-07 - Two men finish half-marathon then go into cardiac arrest, die shortly later, in coastal Cardiff (Britain):
http://www.rt.com/uk/440621-runners-die-cardiff-marathon/
http://www.dailyjournal.net/2018/10/07/ath-cardiff-half-marathon-deaths/
http://www.thestate.com/news/nation-world/world/article219643610.html
http://www.modbee.com/news/nation-world/article219643610.html
http://www.mercedsunstar.com/news/nation-world/article219643610.html
http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/uk-news/breaking-two-cardiff-half-marathon-13381034
http://www.walesonline.co.uk/news/wales-news/two-runners-died-cardiff-half-15250993
http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/home-news/runners-cardiff-half-marathon-die-wales-a8573376.html
http://metro.co.uk/2018/10/07/two-runners-collapse-and-die-in-front-of-families-after-crossing-half-marathon-finish-line-8014993/

Quote: "Two runners competing in the Cardiff Half Marathon have died after collapsing at the finish line. The men – one in his 20s and one in his 30s, it is believed – suffered cardiac arrests after taking part in the annual race, organisers said."

Quote: "Organizers Run 4 Wales said the deaths were the first fatalities in the race’s 15-year history."

2018-10-07 - Man and daughter die in pond in Miranpur (India):
http://www.thenews.com.pk/print/378103-man-daughter-drown-in-pond

2018-10-07 - College student, man, loses consciousness repeatedly then dies, another college student, man, 31, foams at the mouth and dies in room, in Assam (India):
http://www.ndtv.com/guwahati-news/in-separate-incidents-two-university-students-die-in-assam-1927910
http://www.timesnownews.com/mirror-now/society/article/cause-of-death-unknown-two-students-himangshu-neog-kangkan-kalita-at-tezpur-university-gauhati-university-found-dead-in-separate-incidents/295302
http://www.theweek.in/wire-updates/national/2018/10/06/ces6-as-students-death.html

Quote: "Identified as Himangshu Neog, the Gauhati University student, as per his hostel mates, fell unconscious repeatedly on Thursday night. Following that, he was rushed to the hospital situated on the university premises from where he was referred to the MMC Civil Hospital where he was brought dead on arrival."

Quote: "In another case, 31-year-old Kangkan Kalita, a Computer Science Engineering research scholar was found lying in his bed with his mouth foaming in his hostel room at Tezpur Central University on Friday."




2018-10-07 - Man, 29, drops dead at motel in Bismarck (North Dakota):
http://www.myndnow.com/news/bismarck-news/body-found-at-bismarck-motor-motel/1505412791
http://bismarcktribune.com/news/local/crime-and-courts/man-found-dead-in-bismarck-hotel-room/article_7de65599-ff07-5737-8c07-426654cae8be.html
http://www.kfyrtv.com/content/news/Body-found-at-Bismarck-Motor-Motel-495521851.html

2018-10-07 - Airman, man, 31, found dead in the Tchoutacabouffa River in coastal Biloxi (Mississippi):
http://www.wlox.com/2018/10/08/keesler-afb-provides-new-information-about-deceased-airman-found-tchoutacabouffa-river/
http://newsms.fm/airman-found-dead-at-keesler/

2018-10-07 - Woman, 32, has 'medical emergency' at jail, dies shortly later, in coastal Portsmouth (Virginia):
http://pilotonline.com/news/local/article_3ebcaa7e-ca63-11e8-a8b5-cb012bceb124.html

          Senior Scientific Director - Razorfish Health - Philadelphia, PA      Cache   Translate Page      
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Dynamics of the Role We are looking for a Relationship Account Executive I to join our successful Client Services Sales team. This focus of this entry level...
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A viral post on Reddit’s r/France page caught the attention of some Philadelphia users on Monday. The post was titled “Vu à Philadelphie, ‘put something in French on the window, it'll look classy’” and featured a photo of One Shot Café, a coffee shop in Northern Liberties. Specifically, it featured the view of the coffee shop from George St.
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"Black Panther" star Chadwick Boseman's new film "17 Bridges" was spotted filming in Philadelphia's Chinatown, and near the Convention Center, this week.
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Former Philadelphia Eagles linebacker Gary Cobb has a theory about why the Eagles aren't playing their best football right now. The players need to take a break from having sex.
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Joe Pavelski scored two of San Jose's four first-period goals, and Evander Kane also scored twice to spark the Sharks to an 8-2 win over the Philadelphia Flyers on Tuesday night.
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The Sharks recorded 48 shots and scored eight goals in an 8-2 win over the Philadelphia Flyers without Joe Thornton in the lineup Tuesday.
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After producing just four regulation goals in their first three games, the Sharks offense came together in an 8-2 win over the Philadelphia Flyers Tuesday.
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Full-Time position (80 hours bi-weekly) available for a Clinical Nurse on the Bodine Infusion Center Unit at Jefferson....
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The Regulatory Affairs team at Razorfish Health is seeking an experienced, meticulously organized process champion in the form of a Senior Regulatory Affairs...
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          Copywriter- Digitas Health- Philadelphia - Publicis Healthcare Communications Group - Philadelphia, PA      Cache   Translate Page      
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          Paid Search Manager- Publicis Health Media, New York - Publicis Healthcare Communications Group - Philadelphia, PA      Cache   Translate Page      
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          Shakespeare & Co. branches out      Cache   Translate Page      
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APTOPIX_Art-Building's_Sea_Monster_26898A giant sea monster has taken over a building at Philadelphia's Navy Yard, but only temporarily.
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27 days left until the midterm elections

Today’s comic by Jen Sorensen is Supreme Court silver lining:

Cartoon by Jen Sorensen

Most leading U.S. newspapers failed to mention landmark U.N. climate change report. Media Matters scrutinized the top 50 U.S. newspapers between 9 AM and noon ET on Monday and found most did not mention on their website homepages the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change’s Sunday release of its report on the  devastating impacts of a global temperature increase of 1.5-degree Celsius (2.7-degree Fahrenheit) above the temperature of the pre-industrial era. Although The New York Times, The Washington Post, the Los Angeles Times, and the Minneapolis Star Tribune gave the report prominence, 28 of the 50 newspapers didn’t mention it at all on their homepages, and most of those that did only provided headlines:

Of [those 28] newspapers, 10 serve cities that are listed among the "25 U.S. Cities Most Affected by Climate Change" in a 2015 weather.com report: Baltimore, Buffalo, Columbus, Denver, Louisville, Newark, Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, Portland, and St. Paul. [...]

The Miami Herald also did not mention the IPCC report on its homepage, though it did link to an article about how the risk of sea-level rise threatens real estate prices. Miami will be particularly affected by sea-level rise; a study published last year in the journal Nature concluded that rising seas as a result of climate change could cause more than 2.5 million Miami residents to flee the city.

Hurricane Michael headed for Florida as North Carolina prepares for heavy rains: The National Hurricane Center says Michael will come ashore as a Category 3 storm with winds of 120 mph around the Florida Panhandle Wednesday. The storm surge in low-lying areas of the state could reach 12 feet. Florida Governor Rick Scott issued a state of emergency order for 26 counties and activated 500 members of the Florida national guard in preparation for the hurricane’s landfall. Michael is expected to track through Georgia and Carolinas. In North Carolina, still nowhere near being fully recovered from last month’s Hurricane Florence, officials are preparing for rains and gusty winds that could uproot trees and take out power lines.

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“South Park” episode featuring Mr. Hankey mocks Kavanaugh’s testimony.

Nuns on a Bus launch tour challenging Republican tax law: After a send-off in Santa Monica, California, by House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi Monday morning, the nuns began a 44-city, 21-state tour that will ultimately take them to Mar-a-Lago, Donald Trump’s lavish Florida compound: 

The aim is to highlight economic inequality from the GOP’s Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, which critics say benefits the highest-income households while ignoring middle and lower-income Americans.

In an interview, the group’s lead organization Sister Simone Campbell said, “We’re not against people benefitting. We’re all for everyone benefiting. But that’s everyone – not just a few.” [...]

“Right now, people are so hopeless, so angry, so separated, without vision. We’re presenting an alternative vision,” Campbell said.

Author explains how evangelical “purity culture” as a girl messed up her sex life as adult and that of countless other women.

On today’s Kagro in the Morning show: The Interpol case gets weird. But Russia & China have made things weird there for quite a while. More wrap-up on Kavanaugh, what Dems might do about it after the election & a Paula Writer pep talk on this rough patch. Breaking news: Nikki Haley's out.


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Copyright 2018 WHYY. To see more, visit WHYY . AILSA CHANG, HOST: Philadelphia is getting closer to opening what may be the country's first facility where people can use illegal opioids and other drugs all under medical supervision. A nonprofit has formed to launch the so-called supervised injection site. As Bobby Allen of member station WHYY reports, Trump administration officials are watching and promising a crackdown. BOBBY ALLYN, BYLINE: Since earlier this year, officials in Philadelphia have been studying the idea of a supervised injection site, where those struggling with addiction bring their own drugs and use under the watch of medical professionals. The creation of the nonprofit called Safehouse is the most significant step so far in making that a reality. One of the most prominent board members of the group is former Pennsylvania Governor Ed Rendell. ED RENDELL: Twelve-hundred-and-seventeen Philadelphians died of overdoses - most of them died alone - in the year 2017. It's
          Meek Mill Has Plans To Fix Basketball Courts In North Philly      Cache   Translate Page      
Meek Mill continues to make a major impact on the city of Philadelphia, this time giving back to his neighborhood in North Philly. Related: Meek Mill Lands “XXL” Magazine Covers [Photos] According to TMZ, he is set to announce a renovation to basketball courts in East Fairmount Park, choosing this park because it’s a park in […]
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Pictured: Me on my way to Radwood Philadelphia this Sunday.

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- Jerry Jones saying the Cowboys haven't had a #1 Receiver in years  - Top 5 NFL teams through Week 6 of the NFL Season - Guest Gary Potosky from Philadelphia Inquirer joins the show to discuss the latest news & notes from the Eagles.
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In one week the 2018-19 NBA season tips off with the Boston Celtics taking on the Philadelphia 76ers (8 p.m. ET), followed by Golden State hosting Oklahoma City (10:30 p.m. ET). With the NBA season...

 


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Surveillance video captured a brazen shooting in Olney section of Philadelphia that left a 20-year-old Abington woman dead.
          Tiny houses: Three 750 square feet or under for sale in Philadelphia      Cache   Translate Page      
These three Philadelphia homes offer 750 square feet or less - quite a bit cozier than the area's median size of 1,200 square feet.
          DA: Cop won't be charged in fatal shooting in Germantown      Cache   Translate Page      
A Philadelphia Police officer will not face charges in the fatal shooting of a 59-year-old Germantown man in a shootout during the execution of a search warrant in August, the District Attorney's Office said Tuesday.
          Hurricane Michael: What it could mean for Philadelphia, South Jersey region      Cache   Translate Page      
While the National Hurricane Center positions Michael's lingering track to skip over the Philadelphia region, there could be some indirect effects.
          Mother mourns woman, 37, killed by suspected drunk driver      Cache   Translate Page      
Teetra Bell, 37, of North Philadelphia, was killed Saturday night outside her home by a suspected drunk driver, Michelle Fields, 30, of Elkins Park.
          Philly's believe it or not: Leopold Stokowski and Albert C. Barnes were quite the pen pals      Cache   Translate Page      
New Philadelphia Orchestra festival, in conjunction with the Barnes Foundation, will explore the correspondence between Leopold Stokowski and Albert C. Barnes, and between music and art generally.
          Ex-cop pleads guilty to 2017 homicide-by-vehicle crash      Cache   Translate Page      
Former Philadelphia Police Officer Adam Soto, who was off-duty when he struck and killed a pedestrian, Danny Dimitri, 50, in Northeast Philadelphia in January 2017, pleaded guilty to homicide by vehicle and involuntary manslaughter.
          Rube Goldberg exhibit opens Friday: Meet the sly cartoonist behind the contraptions      Cache   Translate Page      
The National Museum of American Jewish History in Philadelphia celebrates Rube Goldberg, the man behind the unnecessarily complicated machines.
          Navy Yard Sea Monster      Cache   Translate Page      
Artists FilthyLuker and Pedro Estrellas of Designs In Air bring old buildings to life by filling them with monsters. Their latest installation features an inflatable sea creature with 20 tentacles sticking out of Building 611 at the Philadelphia Navy Yard. See it in person through 11/16/18.
          Blowout loss to Sharks shows Flyers still have some big flaws      Cache   Translate Page      
The Philadelphia Flyers still have a lot of questions to answer.
          NHL: Zwei Tore und Assist für Bärtschi      Cache   Translate Page      
Trotz des Doppelpacks von Sven Bärtschi verloren die Vancouver Canucks auswärts mit 3:5 gegen die Carolina Hurricanes. Timo Meier gewann mit den San Jose Sharks 8:2 auswärts gegen die Philadelphia Flyers. Die Nashville Predators verloren mit 0:3 zu Hause gegen die Calgary Flames. http://www.hf.vu?45953
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🏒All Goals in 60 seconds🏒 NHL Oct.09, 2018 San Jose Sharks 8:2 Philadelphia Flyers • #nhl#hockey#icehockey#sanjosesharks#sanjose#sharks#philadelphia#philadephiaflyers#flyers
          Artist Zanele Muholi Helps Women Launch into Photography with a New Philadelphia Residency      Cache   Translate Page      

The Women's Mobile Museum, a residency created by photographer Zanelle Muholi, mentors Philadelphia-based women in photography arts.

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          CraftNOW Philadelphia Spotlights Artists Making a Difference      Cache   Translate Page      

Interactive programs and city-wide exhibitions explore how the handmade ignites positive change and saves lives.

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          Go With The Flow: October 9th      Cache   Translate Page      

With the new NHL season upon us, the boys are now back with a new season of Go With The Flow. This week we kick things off with a discussion about the Blackhawks’ hot start, the William Nylander contract situation up in Toronto, Philadelphia’s newest mascot “Gritty”, and we briefly take a look into a […]

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          Aramark CEO Eric Foss Appointed to Back on My Feet National Board of Directors      Cache   Translate Page      
Aramark joins forces with Back on My Feet to combat homelessness
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Back on My Feet, the national nonprofit organization committed to addressing homelessness, has announced that Eric J. Foss, Chairman, President and Chief Executive Officer of Aramark, has joined its national board of directors.
 
Back on My Feet combats homelessness through the power of running, community support and essential employment and housing resources in 12 cities across the country, including Philadelphia, Aramark’s headquarters city. 


          Inflatable Sea Monster Takes Over a Rusting Warehouse      Cache   Translate Page      
A giant sea monster has taken over a building at Philadelphia's Navy Yard, but only temporarily.
          Philadelphia Eagles: 10 Keys to victory over New York      Cache   Translate Page      

What do the Philadelphia Eagles need to do to ensure a victory for themselves over the rival New York Giants? We’re glad you asked. Buckle up Philadelphia Eagles fans. Things are going to move very quickly this week. Love it or hate it, Thursday Night Football Games aren’t going anywhere. To the NFL‘s credit, they […]

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          Philadelphia Eagles rival watch: Has OBJ poisoned New York?      Cache   Translate Page      

The Philadelphia Eagles are on a short week and travel to meet the New York Giants on Thursday. Waiting for them will be a very distracted rival and their ‘diva’ wide receiver. Some have said get rid of Thursday Night Football games. Others still acknowledge that it’s good for the money machine that is the […]

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          Which running backs have been linked to the Philadelphia Eagles?      Cache   Translate Page      

With Jay Ajayi out for the season, the Philadelphia Eagles are going to need to look for a temporary solution. So, which running backs could potentially be linked to the Eagles? This past weekend couldn’t get much worse for the Philadelphia Eagles. Not only did they lose the NFC Championship rematch at home, but they […]

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          Coördinerend begeleider - Philadelphia - Enkhuizen      Cache   Translate Page      
Je bent begeleider én. Bel dan Coördinerend begeleider Linda Veldhuizen. Voor hen zoeken wij zo snel mogelijk een Coördinerend begeleider voor gemiddeld 22 tot...
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Voor hen zoeken wij een assistent begeleider voor gemiddeld 14 uren in de week. Je helpt mensen met een lichte verstandelijke beperking zelfstandig te zijn en...
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          Inside Sales representative      Cache   Translate Page      
PA-Philadelphia, We are looking for a sales representative to be a key part of our team selling our Software as a Service offering. This position is a full time permanent position with a base and commission structure, full benefits, and the opportunity for growth. This company has over 400 clients who are leaders in manufacturing, construction, and government Client Details A market leader in environmental, health
          PharmBio New Product Development Technical Champion - Chroma - W. L. Gore & Associates - Elkton, MD      Cache   Translate Page      
Bachelor’s degree in Engineering or Science. Gore, job, Elkton, Baltimore, Maryland, MD, Landenberg, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, PA, Wilmington, Newark,...
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          Chronicle AM: Trump Calls for "Stop and Frisk" in Chicago, Bangladesh's Bad New Drug Law, More... (10/9/18)      Cache   Translate Page      

Efforts to establish safe injection sites in Philadelphia and San Francisco hit some bumps in the road, President Trump calls for "stop and frisk" policing in Chicago, and more.

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Pennsylvania Governor Rejects Philadelphia Safe Injection Site Proposal. Even though Philadelphia officials are moving ahead with plans for a safe injection site, having formed a nonprofit last week to oversee the project, Gov. Tom Wolf (D) is not behind the plan. "It's not a workable solution to this problem," he said. "The course that I think we ought to take, and what I'm doing at the state level, is to figure out ways to get people to stop wanting to use those drugs. I would not want to be guilty of spending any public money to give people the sense that this is something that's OK. I just don't think that's a good idea." He and Democratic Attorney General Josh Shapiro worry about conflicting with a 1986 law, the federal "crack house" law that bars the use of a facility "for the purpose of manufacturing, distributing, or using any controlled substance."

San Francisco Mayor Still Weighing Safe Injection Sites, Despite Veto of State Bill. Mayor London Breed (D) is now pondering the city's way forward with a safe injection site after Gov. Jerry Brown (D) last week vetoed a bill that would have put the state of California fully behind the effort. Breed is said to be concerned about threats of possible federal prosecution if the plan moves toward fruition.

Law Enforcement

President Trump Calls for Police "Stop and Frisk" Tactics in Chicago. Speaking to the International Association of Police Chiefs in Orlando Monday, President Trump called on Chicago police to embrace "stop and frisk" policing as a tool to reduce violence in the country's third-largest city. "Stop and frisk" was embraced for years by the New York City police department, but was widely criticized as overwhelmingly aimed at minority populations and ultimately ruled unconstitutional as carried out by the NYPD. "Gotta be properly applied, but stop-and-frisk works," said Trump. The city of Chicago reached an agreement with the American Civil Liberties Union of Illinois in 2015 to curb stop-and-frisk procedures after the ACLU threatened to file a lawsuit over the issue. A spokesman for Mayor Rahm Emanuel (D) blasted Trump for his "clueless" criticism. "Even someone as clueless as Donald Trump has to know stop-and-frisk is simply not the solution to crime," Matt McGrath said in an emailed statement.

International

Bangladesh Moving to Impose Death Penalty for as Little as Five Grams of Meth. The cabinet has approved in principle a draft of the Narcotics Control Act of 2018 that introduces the death penalty for anyone producing, smuggling, distributing, or using more than five grams of methamphetamine. The draft also sets life in prison as the mandatory minimum sentence for such offenses. Less than five grams of meth would merit a sentence of up to 15 years, with a mandatory minimum of five years. The new law also would mandate the death penalty for more than 25 grams of heroin or cocaine.


          New Product Development Technical Champion - W. L. Gore & Associates - Elkton, MD      Cache   Translate Page      
Bachelor’s degree in Engineering or Science discipline. Gore, job, Baltimore, Elkton, Philadelphia, Wilmington, Maryland, MD, Pennsylvania, PA, Newark, Delaware...
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          10/21/18: Philly Loves Romance - Parkway Central Library      Cache   Translate Page      

Room 108

Join Philly Loves Romance for an afternoon of author talks, discussion, and romance.

Wendy Gold

As the Classy Badass of Romance, Wendy Gold pours passion onto every page of her books. She writes the three "S"s: Smart, Sassy, and Sexy and her sensual stories leave readers with fluttering hearts. When she's not home enjoying a Menage agrave; Trois (the wine not the act), Wendy likes long walks through her gritty neighborhood in the heart of Philly, or blasting heavy rock music in her house. Her readers love her, but her neighbors do not.

Wendy Gold will be reading an excerpt from Undying Hearts.

Everly Lucas

After years of rooting for couples and falling for heroes created by other authors, Everly decided to create her own. She now has a crowd of characters hanging out in her head, with no intention of kicking them out.

She lives in Philadelphia with her precious laptop, a cat named Bunny, and a kitten who falls down a lot. Her favorite things include Dr. Pepper, sparkly stuff, blissful silence, and singing while doing the dishes.

Everly can be found on Twitter, like, all the time.

Everly will be reading an excerpt from Make It Music.

10/21/18, 2:00 P.M. - Parkway Central Library
          Senior Finance Analyst, Dairy Procurement - Kraft Heinz Company - Montréal, QC      Cache   Translate Page      
The Company’s iconic brands include Kraft , Heinz, ABC, Capri Sun , Classico , Jell-O , Kool-Aid, Lunchables, Maxwell House, Ore-Ida, Oscar Mayer, Philadelphia,...
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          Sr. Scientist - Foodservice (Contract) - Kraft Heinz Company - Montréal, QC      Cache   Translate Page      
The Company’s iconic brands include Kraft , Heinz, ABC, Capri Sun , Classico , Jell-O , Kool-Aid, Lunchables, Maxwell House, Ore-Ida, Oscar Mayer, Philadelphia,...
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          Sales Representative - Montreal - Kraft Heinz Company - Montréal, QC      Cache   Translate Page      
The Company’s iconic brands include Kraft, Heinz, ABC, Capri Sun, Classico, Jell-O, Kool-Aid, Lunchables, Maxwell House, Ore-Ida, Oscar Mayer, Philadelphia,...
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          Senior Finance Analyst, Dairy Procurement - Ingleside - Kraft Heinz Company - Ingleside, ON      Cache   Translate Page      
The Company’s iconic brands include Kraft , Heinz, ABC, Capri Sun , Classico , Jell-O , Kool-Aid, Lunchables, Maxwell House, Ore-Ida, Oscar Mayer, Philadelphia,...
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          Project Engineer - Kraft Heinz Company - Ingleside, ON      Cache   Translate Page      
The Company’s iconic brands include Kraft , Heinz, ABC, Capri Sun , Classico , Jell-O , Kool-Aid, Lunchables, Maxwell House, Ore-Ida, Oscar Mayer, Philadelphia,...
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          Maintenance Supervisor - Kraft Heinz Company - Ingleside, ON      Cache   Translate Page      
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          Coding Coordinator      Cache   Translate Page      
PA-Philadelphia, Penn Medicine is dedicated to our tripartite mission of providing the highest level of care to patients, conducting innovative research, and educating future leaders in the field of medicine. Working for this leading academic medical center means collaboration with top clinical, technical and business professionals across all disciplines. Today at Penn Medicine, someone will make a breakthrough. S
          Cytopathology Supervisor - Pathology and Laboratory Medicine @ HUP - Full Time      Cache   Translate Page      
PA-Philadelphia, Penn Medicine is dedicated to our tripartite mission of providing the highest level of care to patients, conducting innovative research, and educating future leaders in the field of medicine. Working for this leading academic medical center means collaboration with top clinical, technical and business professionals across all disciplines. Today at Penn Medicine, someone will make a breakthrough. S
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PA-Philadelphia, Penn Medicine is dedicated to our tripartite mission of providing the highest level of care to patients, conducting innovative research, and educating future leaders in the field of medicine. Working for this leading academic medical center means collaboration with top clinical, technical and business professionals across all disciplines. Today at Penn Medicine, someone will make a breakthrough. S
          Genetic Counselor      Cache   Translate Page      
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          EP Remote Monitoring Clinic Coordinator RN      Cache   Translate Page      
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          Care Manager      Cache   Translate Page      
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          Physician Assistant - Pain Management/Anesthesia      Cache   Translate Page      
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          Former Eagles Player Has Cure for Team's Troubles: Stop Having Sex      Cache   Translate Page      
Former Eagles player and Fox 29 sports analyst Garry Cobb, has a suggestion to help the Philadelphia Eagles get out of their slump: The players need to stop having sex.
          Junior Seau’s Children Settle with NFL over 2012 Suicide      Cache   Translate Page      
PHILADELPHIA (AP) — The family of the late NFL star Junior Seau has settled its wrongful death lawsuit against the NFL over the popular San Diego linebacker’s 2012 suicide.
          Report: Philadelphia Teacher Hands out Anti-GOP Fliers During School Hours      Cache   Translate Page      
A teacher at a Philadelphia public high school has been accused of campaigning against Republican candidates during school hours.
          A Discourse on the Life, Character, and Public Services of James Kent, Late Chancellor of the State of New-York (Duer)      Cache   Translate Page      
A Discourse on the Life, Character, and Public Services of James Kent, Late Chancellor of the State of New-York: Delivered by Request, Before the Judiciary and Bar of the City and State of New-York, April 12, 1848 (New York: D. Appleton and Co.; Philadelphia : G. S. Appleton, 1848), by John Duer (page images at HathiTrust)
          The Peerless Prognosticator is ON THE AIR!!! -- Game 3: Golden Knights at Capitals, October 10th      Cache   Translate Page      

The Peerless Prognosticator is ON THE AIR!!!

The Washington Capitals have had five full days off since their back-to-back opening to the 2018-2019 season, beating the Boston Bruins last Wednesday, 7-0, and falling in overtime to the Pittsburgh Penguins in overtime, 7-6, on Thursday.  And now they get to go the Wednesday-Thursday, home-away, back-to-back thing all over again.

The front end of that back-to-back will see the Caps hosting the Vegas Golden Knights in the teams’ first meeting since June 7th, when the Caps danced the Stanley Cup around T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas.  It is a new season, and the teams are headed in opposite directions in the early going.  While the Caps have that dominating win and an overtime loss in which they came back from two goals down in the third period to secure a standings point, Vegas was rocked by the Philadelphia Flyers in their home opener, 5-2, eked out a Gimmick loss in Minnesota when they scored late in the third period to force extra time, and then dropped a 4-2 decision in Buffalo to the Sabres on Monday.

That Vegas got that standings point in Minnesota was the product of a late 6-on-5 flurry with their goalie pulled, Max Pacioretty one-timing a feed from Jonathan Marchessault with 1:31 left in regulation to force overtime.  Pacioretty was one of the players caught up in a flurry of housecleaning by the Montreal Canadiens over the summer.  It took the Habs until September to pull the trigger, but they sent the left winger to the Golden Knights for forward Tomas Tatar, Nick Suzuki, and a second round pick in the 2019 Entry Draft.  He brings a solid resume to the desert – 226 goals and 448 points in 626 regular season games before this season, which include among them five 30-goal seasons.  He has been something of an all-or-some kind of player, though.  In addition to his five 30-goal seasons, Pacioretty had five seasons in which he scored 17 or fewer goals, that 17-goal season coming last year.  Vegas is hoping for something more.  In 28 career games against Washington, Pacioretty is 5-11-16, minus-2.

The trouble with scoring 43 goals in 82 games when you scored a total of 18 goals in 183 games over three years preceding that season is that there is the lingering sense that the player has something left to prove, that his big season was not an outlier.  That is the situation William Karlsson faces in his second season in Las Vegas.  Almost as amazing as his 43 goals for the Golden Knight was his finishing plus-49 for the season.  Not only did that lead the league by a wide margin (teammate Jonathan Marchessault was plus-36), it was the second highest plus-minus since the 2005-2006 season (Washington’s Jeff Schultz was plus-50 in 2009-2010).  He has yet to light the lamp this season, but that might not be a sign of significance, and not just because it has been only three games.  Last season, Karlsson was without a goal in his first six games before he went on a tear in which he had 13 goals in his next 16 games.  He is 1-3-4, minus-2, in 12 career games against the Caps.

The season is but three games old for the Golden Knights, but there is no clearer example of “then and now” than goalie Marc-Andre Fleury.  Last season, Fleury opened the season over his first three games by going 3-0-0 (T-1st in wins), 1.32 (seventh), .963 (sixth; minimum: 60 minutes played).  Three games into this season he is 1-2-0, 3.93 (28th), .841 (28th; minimum: 60 minutes played).  He lasted barely 30 minutes in Vegas’ season opener, allowing all five goals on 16 shots in a 5-2 loss to the Philadelphia Flyers.  He was much better in his next outing, stopping 29 of 30 shots in regulation and overtime, and all three trick shots in a 2-1 Gimmick win over the Minnesota Wild.  He could not maintain that level of performance in his third appearance, though, allowing four goals on 17 shots in a 4-2 loss to the Buffalo Sabres on Monday.  He has allowed four or more goals twice in three games after allowing four or more only five times in 46 appearances last season.  Fleury is 22-12-2, 2.54, .914, with four shutouts in 38 career appearances against the Capitals.


1.  Vegas has two goals scored in each of their first three games this season.  Last season, they opened with two goals scored in each of their first two games, but they did not score that few a number again until Game 12, when they dropped a 2-1 decision in Boston to the Bruins.

2.  Last season, Vegas had 20 players record double digits in points.

3.  Of returning Golden Knights, seven had career years scoring goals last season: William Karlsson (43), Erik Haula (29), Colin Miller (10), Ryan Carpenter (9), Brayden McNabb (5), Tomas Nosek (7), and Shea Theodore (6).  Of that group, only Haula has a goal (one) so far this season.

4.  As of Tuesday afternoon, Vegas is one of nine teams yet to score a power play goal so far this season, and they get off to bad starts. They have only one first period goal so far, while allowing four.

5.  You would think that Vegas will turn things around in short order if they can maintain one set of numbers.  The Golden Knights rank fifth in shot attempts-for percentage at 5-on-5 (60.32) and are second in that statistic in close situations (63.08).

1.  Washington has the best goal differential in the Eastern Conference as of Tuesday afternoon (plus-6).  In the West, only Colorado is as good, and only Dallas is better (plus-7).

2.  In the first three games the Caps played against Vegas last season (two regular season and Game 1 of the Stanley Cup final), all of them losses, Washington was outscored 13-7.  In the last four games the teams played, swept by the Caps, Washington outscored Vegas, 16-8.

3.  The Caps have dressed the same 18 skaters for their first two games.  Of that number, 15 already have points this season.

4.  It is early, but Alex Ovechkin does not lead the team in shots on goal.  At least not outright.  He, Brett Connolly, and Evgeny Kuznetsov have eight shots on goal apiece.

5.  There have been 584 skaters to dress in the NHL so far this season.  Eight of them scored a goal on the only shot on goal they recorded to date.  One of them is Caps defenseman Brooks Orpik.

The Peerless’ Players to Ponder

Vegas: Jonathan Marchessault

Jonathan Marchessault scored 27 goals last season in 77 regular season games.  He added eight goals in 20 postseason games.  None of those goals were scored against the Caps, not in the two regular season games in which he played, nor the five postseason games in which he played.  What Marchessault was last season for Vegas was consistent.  After an October in which he had three goals in eight games, he ranged between four and six goals per month over the next six months.  And, he was reasonably consistent across venues, scoring 15 of his 27 goals in 38 home games and 12 of them in 39 road games.  However, while he was not far off the 30-goal season that established him as a player to watch with the Florida Panthers in 2016-2017, there was a significant year-to-year difference in his performance.  The 30 goals he recorded with Florida two seasons ago were the result of 193 shots on goal, a 15.5 shooting percentage, 12th among 172 skaters with at least 150 shots on goal.  Last season with Vegas he had 27 goals on 268 shots, an 10.1 shooting percentage, 103rd among 197 players with at least 150 shots on goal.  Marchessault is looking for his first career goal against the Caps.  He is 0-5-5, even in eight games against Washington.

Washington: John Carlson

John Carlson has not let his big contract get in the way of a fine start to the season.  And he has picked up where he left off last season.  Carlson led all defensemen in points last season (68), was tied for eight in goals (15), was tied for third in assists (53), was second in power play points (32).  That led to an eight-year/$64 million contract signed in the offseason.  Through two games this season, Carlson is 2-2-4, with two power play points.  Those four points are tied for fourth among defensemen, despite having played one fewer game than the three defensemen ahead of him on Tuesday afternoon.  Those two power play points are tied for second in that group, and his 26:04 in average ice time ranks fifth.  He is one of only three defensemen in the league to average more than three minutes per game in both power play and penalty killing (Victor Hedman and Alex Edler being the others).  Carlson is looking for his first regular season career point against Vegas after being blanked in two games last season.

In the end…

The “sophomore slump” phenomenon is one generally attributed to players who slump after a successful rookie season.  The 1-2-0 start for Vegas and their struggles in both scoring offense and scoring defense make one wonder if it isn’t something to which this team will succumb this season after an historic inaugural season.  Much depends on whether all of those career years among the skaters last season are replicable, or if they were just one-offs.  And, will Max Pacioretty fill the scoring shoes of James Neal, departed for Calgary in the offseason?

Compared to the Golden Knights, the Caps are a much better known commodity in terms of their likely performance.  They had good years among many skaters last year, but it wasn’t one dominated by career years.  But the Caps do have to find a happy medium in the defensive end of the ice between the stinginess shown the Boston Bruins in the 7-0 season opening shutout and the generosity bestowed upon the Pittsburgh Penguins in the 7-6 overtime loss last Thursday.  Teams with different sets of issues makes for an interesting matchup, even if the stakes are not quite as high as they were when they last met.

Capitals 5 – Golden Knights 3



          Purple FTW! Podcast: Bigger Birds to Fry feat. Darren Wolfson (ep. 637)      Cache   Translate Page      

The Minnesota Fightin’ Vikings leveled off the season at 2-2-1 getting a big time road win in Philadelphia Sunday afternoon at The Linc. To recap the game, we brought in Friend of the Program  emeritus Darren “Doogie”…

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В ознаменование переиздания классического альбома "..And Justice For All", выход которого назначен на 2 ноября, группа опубликовала концертные версии каждой песни из альбома. В видео, опубликованном ниже, коллектив исполняет песню "Blackened" на концерте в Pontiac Silverdome (Детройт, штат Мичиган), состоявшемся 31-го декабря 1999 года.

Трек-листы:

...And Justice For All (Remastered) - Available on Vinyl, CD, Cassette and Digitally

"Blackened"
"...And Justice For All"
"Eye Of The Beholder"
"One"
"The Shortest Straw"
"Harvester Of Sorrow"
"The Frayed Ends Of Sanity"
"To Live Is To Die"
"Dyers Eve"

Remastered by Reuben Cohen at Lurssen Mastering, Los Angeles, CA

...And Justice For All (Remastered): 3-CD Expanded Edition

Disc One: ...And Justice For All (Remastered)

"Blackened"
"...And Justice For All"
"Eye Of The Beholder"
"One"
"The Shortest Straw"
"Harvester Of Sorrow"
"The Frayed Ends Of Sanity"
"To Live Is To Die"
"Dyers Eve"

Remastered by Reuben Cohen at Lurssen Mastering, Los Angeles, CA.

Disc Two: Demos & Rough Mixes - Previously Unreleased

"Blackened" (November 1987 Demo)
"...And Justice For All" (November 1987, Writing in Progress)
"Eye Of The Beholder" (November 1987, Writing in Progress)
"One" (Work in Progress Rough Mix)
"The Shortest Straw" (December 1987, Writing in Progress)
"Harvester Of Sorrow" (Work in Progress Rough Mix)
"The Frayed Ends Of Sanity" (November 1987 Demo)
"To Live Is To Die" (Work in Progress Rough Mix)
"Dyers Eve" (January 1988 Demo)

Disc Three: Live from the Damaged Justice Tour - Previously Unreleased except where noted

"Blackened" (Live – Seattle ’89) - Previously released on Live Shit: Binge & Purge. Newly mixed by Greg Fidelman.
"For Whom The Bell Tolls" (Live at Long Beach Arena, Long Beach, CA – December 7th, 1988)
"Welcome Home (Sanitarium)" (Live at Hammersmith Odeon, London, England – October 10th, 1988)
"Leper Messiah" (Live at Long Beach Arena, Long Beach, CA – December 7th, 1988)
"Harvester Of Sorrow" (Live at Hammersmith Odeon, London, England – October 10th, 1988)
"Eye Of The Beholder" (Live at Hammersmith Odeon, London, England – October 10th, 1988)
"Seek & Destroy" (Live at the Troubadour, West Hollywood, CA – May 24th, 1988)
"Creeping Death" (Live at Reunion Arena, Dallas, TX – February 5th, 1989) - Previously released as a b-side to one of the many singles for One. Newly remastered.
"One" (Live – Seattle ’89) - Previously released on Live Shit: Binge & Purge. Newly mixed by Greg Fidelman.
"…And Justice For All" (Live at Long Beach Arena, Long Beach, CA – December 7th, 1988)
"Whiplash" (Live at the Troubadour, West Hollywood, CA – May 24th, 1988)
"Breadfan" (Live at Seattle Coliseum, Seattle, WA – August 30th, 1989) - Previously released on The 6 1/2 Year Anniversary EP as part of The Good, The Bad & The Live box set. Newly remastered.

...And Justice For All (Remastered): Deluxe Box Set

LP 1 & 2: ...And Justice For All (Remastered)

Side One
"Blackened"
"...And Justice For All"

Side Two
"Eye Of The Beholder"
"One"

Side Three
"The Shortest Straw"
"Harvester Of Sorrow"
"The Frayed Ends Of Sanity"

Side Four
"To Live Is To Die"
"Dyers Eve"

Remastered by Reuben Cohen at Lurssen Mastering, Los Angeles, CA
Vinyl lacquers by Chris Bellman at Bernie Grundman Mastering, Hollywood, CA

LP 3: "One" 10" Picture Disc

Side One
"One"

Side Two
"Seek & Destroy" (Live at Reunion Arena, Dallas, TX – February 5th, 1989)

Artwork by Pushead
Remastered by Reuben Cohen at Lurssen Mastering, Los Angeles, CA

LP 4, 5 & 6: Seattle ‘89

Side One
"The Ecstasy of Gold"
"Blackened" (Live)
"For Whom The Bell Tolls" (Live)
"Welcome Home (Sanitarium)" (Live)

Side Two
"Harvester Of Sorrow" (Live)
"The Four Horsemen" (Live)
"The Thing That Should Not Be" (Live)

Side Three
Bass Solo (Live)
"Master of Puppets" (Live)
"Fade to Black" (Live)

Side Four
"Seek & Destroy" (Live)
"...And Justice For All" (Live)
"One" (Live)

Side Five
"Creeping Death" (Live)
Guitar Solo (Live)
"Battery" (Live)

Side Six
Encore Jam (Live)
"Last Caress" (Live)
"Am I Evil?" (Live)
"Whiplash" (Live)
"Breadfan" (Live)

Recorded live on August 29th and August 30th, 1989 at Seattle Coliseum in Seattle, WA
Mixed by Greg Fidelman
Mastered by Reuben Cohen at Lurssen Mastering, Los Angeles, CA
Vinyl lacquers by Chris Bellman at Bernie Grundman Mastering, Hollywood, CA

CD 1: ...And Justice For All (Remastered)

"Blackened"
"...And Justice For All"
"Eye Of The Beholder"
"One"
"The Shortest Straw"
"Harvester Of Sorrow"
"The Frayed Ends Of Sanity"
"To Live Is To Die"
"Dyers Eve"

CD 2: Interviews

KSDT Interview with Jason
Circus Magazine Interview with James
KNAC Report from LA Monsters of Rock
KHDX Interview with Kirk
Metal Forces Magazine Interview with Lars

CD 3 & 4: Riffs, Jams & Demos

Disc One

"Blackened" (1987, From James’ Riff Tapes)
"Blackened" (1987, From James’ Riff Tapes II)
"…And Justice For All" (1987, From James’ Riff Tapes)
"…And Justice For All" (1988, From James’ Riff Tapes)
"Eye Of The Beholder" (1987, From James’ Riff Tapes)
"Eye Of The Beholder" (1987, From James’ Riff Tapes II)
"One" (1987, From James’ Riff Tapes)
"The Shortest Straw" (1986, From James’ Riff Tapes)
"The Shortest Straw" (1986, from James’ Riff Tapes II)
"Harvester Of Sorrow" (1987, From James’ Riff Tapes)
"The Frayed Ends Of Sanity" (1987, From James’ Riff Tapes)
"To Live Is To Die" (1986, From James’ Riff Tapes)
"To Live Is To Die" (1988, From James’ Riff Tapes)
"Dyers Eve" (1986, From James’ Riff Tapes)
"Dyers Eve" (1987, From James’ Riff Tapes)
"Blackened" (October 1987, Writing in Progress)
"…And Justice For All" (October 1987, Writing in Progress)
"…And Justice For All" (October 1987, Writing in Progress II)
"One" (October 1987, Writing in Progress)
"The Shortest Straw" (October 1987, Writing in Progress)
"…And Justice For All" (November 1987, Writing in Progress)
"The Frayed Ends Of Sanity" (November 1987, Writing in Progress)
"One" (November 1987, Writing in Progress)
"Dyers Eve" (November 1987, Writing in Progress)
"Eye Of The Beholder" (November 1987, Writing in Progress)
"To Live Is To Die" (November 1987, Writing in Progress)
"The Shortest Straw" (December 1987, Writing in Progress)
"Harvester Of Sorrow" (December 1987, Writing in Progress)

Disc Two

"Blackened" (November 1987 Demo)
"…And Justice For All" (November 1987 Demo)
"Eye Of The Beholder" (November 1987 Demo)
"One" (November 1987 Demo)
"The Frayed Ends Of Sanity" (November 1987 Demo)
"Eye Of The Beholder" (January 1988 Demo)
"The Shortest Straw" (January 1988 Demo)
"Harvester Of Sorrow" (January 1988 Demo)
"Dyers Eve" (January 1988 Demo)
"To Live Is To Die" (January 1988 Demo)

CD 5: Rough Mixes from the Vault

"Blackened" (Work in Progress Rough Mix)
"…And Justice For All" (Work in Progress Rough Mix)
"Eye Of The Beholder" (Work in Progress Rough Mix)
"One" (Work in Progress Rough Mix)
"The Shortest Straw" (Work in Progress Rough Mix)
"Harvester Of Sorrow" (Work in Progress Rough Mix)
"The Frayed Ends Of Sanity" (Work in Progress Rough Mix)
"To Live Is To Die" (Acoustic Intro) (Work in Progress Rough Mix)
"To Live Is To Die" (Work in Progress Rough Mix)
"Dyers Eve" (Work in Progress Rough Mix)
"Breadfan" (Work in Progress Rough Mix)
"The Prince" (Work in Progress Rough Mix)

CD 6 & 7: Live at the Troubadour, West Hollywood, CA - May 24th, 1988 + B-Sides

Disc One

"Creeping Death" (Live)
"For Whom The Bell Tolls" (Live)
"Welcome Home (Sanitarium)" (Live)
"The Four Horsemen" (Live)
"Whiplash" (Live)
"Fade to Black" (Live)
"Seek & Destroy" (Live)
"Master of Puppets" (Live)
"Encore Jam (Live)
"Last Caress" (Live)
"Am I Evil?" (Live)
"Battery" (Live)

Disc Two

Encore Jam #2 (Live)
"Harvester Of Sorrow" (Live)
"Leper Messiah" (Live)
"Blitzkrieg" (Live)

B-Sides
"Breadfan" (Remastered)
"The Prince" (Remastered)
"For Whom The Bell Tolls" (Live) *
"Welcome Home (Sanitarium)" (Live) *
"Seek & Destroy" (Live) *
"Creeping Death" (Live) *
"Harvester Of Sorrow" (Live) **
"One" (Live) **
"Breadfan" (Live) ***
"Last Caress" (Live) ***

* Recorded live at Reunion Arena, Dallas, TX on February 5th, 1989
** Recorded live at Seattle Coliseum, Seattle, WA on August 29th, 1989
*** Recorded live at Seattle Coliseum, Seattle, WA on August 30th, 1989

CD 8 & 9: Live at the Hammersmith Odeon, London, England - October 10th, 1988 + Radio Edits

Disc One

"Welcome Home (Sanitarium)" (Live)
"The Four Horsemen" (Live)
"Harvester Of Sorrow" (Live)
"Eye Of The Beholder" (Live)
Bass Solo (Live)
"Master of Puppets" (Live)
"Damage, Inc." (Live)
"One" (Live)
"Seek & Destroy" (Live)
"…And Justice For All" (Live) * Note: there is a tape cut on this track

Disc Two

"Encore Jam (Live)
"Creeping Death" (Live)
"Fade to Black" (Live)
Guitar Solo (Live)
"Battery" (Live)
Encore Jam #2 (Live)
"Last Caress" (Live)
"Am I Evil?" (Live)
"Whiplash" (Live)

Radio Edits
"Eye Of The Beholder" (Radio Edit)
"One" (Radio Edit)
"...And Justice For All" (Radio Edit)

CD 10 & 11: Live at Long Beach Arena, Long Beach, CA - December 7, 1988 + More

Disc One

"Blackened" (Live) *Note: there is a tape cut on this track
"For Whom The Bell Tolls" (Live)
"Welcome Home (Sanitarium)" (Live)
"Leper Messiah" (Live)
"Harvester Of Sorrow" (Live)
"Eye Of The Beholder" (Live)
Bass Solo (Live)
"Master of Puppets" (Live)
"One" (Live)
"Seek & Destroy" (Live)

Disc Two

"…And Justice For All" (Live)
Encore Jam (Live)
"Creeping Death" (Live)
"Fade to Black" (Live)
Guitar Solo (Live)
"Battery" (Live)

Live at UIC Pavilion, Chicago, IL - November 18th, 1988
"Last Caress" (Live)
"Am I Evil?" (Live)
"Whiplash" (Live)

DVD 1: ...And Camcorder for All & "One"

...And Camcorders For All - Featuring previously unreleased footage shot on Lars' camcorder

Intro
Barcelona
Leiden
San Francisco
San Antonio
Dallas
Philadelphia
Buffalo
Auckland
Osaka
Hoffman Estates
Richfield
Thornville
Greenville
Atlanta
Biloxi
Concord
Irvine (Night #2)
Irvine (Night #3)
São Paulo (Night #1)
São Paulo (Night #2)

"One"

2 of One Introduction with Lars
"One"
"One" (Jammin’ Version)
"One" (Live at the 31st Annual GRAMMY® Awards)

"One" B-Roll - Previously Unreleased

Intro
Band
Lars
Kirk
James
Jason
More Band

DVD 2: Live at Shoreline Amphitheatre, Mountain View, CA - September 15th, 1989 - Previously Unreleased

"The Ecstasy of Gold"
"Blackened"
"For Whom The Bell Tolls"
"Welcome Home (Sanitarium)"
"Harvester Of Sorrow"
"The Four Horsemen"
"The Thing That Should Not Be"
Bass Solo
"Master of Puppets"
"Fade to Black"
"Seek & Destroy"
"…And Justice For All"
"One"
"Creeping Death"
Guitar Solo
"Battery"
Encore Jam
"Last Caress"
"Am I Evil?"
"Damage, Inc."
"Blitzkrieg"
"Breadfan"

DVD 3: Live at the Stone Balloon, Newark, DE - August 7th, 1989 - Previously Unreleased Fan-Shot Footage

Backstage Shit
"The Ecstasy of Gold"
"Creeping Death"
"For Whom The Bell Tolls"
"Welcome Home (Sanitarium)"
"The Four Horsemen"
"Harvester Of Sorrow"
"Phantom Lord"
Bass Solo
"Master of Puppets"
"Fade to Black"
"No Remorse"
"Seek & Destroy"
"Last Caress"
"Am I Evil?"
"Motorbreath"
"Hit the Lights"
"Blitzkrieg"
"Damage, Inc."
"Breadfan"

DVD 4: Justice On Wheels, Masa Ito Interviews, Raw Live Footage

Justice On Wheels - A MuchMusic Documentary

Intro
The Road Crew
The Fans
The Band
The Video

Masa Ito Interviews - Previously Unreleased

Lars
James
Jason
Kirk

Raw Live Footage (Live at JFK Stadium, Philadelphia, PA – June 11th, 1988) - Previously Unreleased

"Whiplash"
"Fade to Black"
"Seek & Destroy"

Raw Live Footage (Live at RPI Field House, Troy, NY – March 15th, 1989) - Previously Unreleased

"Master of Puppets"
"One"

Raw Live Footage (Live at Copps Coliseum, Hamilton, Ontario – April 8th, 1989) -Previously Unreleased

"Master of Puppets"
"One"
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 - Có nhà báo hỏi Tổng thống Reagan là nước Mỹ có ý định thực thi "cải tổ" và "công khai hóa" như Gorbachev đang theo đuổi hay không. Câu trả lời đại ý là: Gorbachev đang làm cái việc mà đáng ra các nhà lãnh đạo Liên Xô phải làm từ lâu….
Cuộc chiến thứ Ba:  Cuộc chiến chống lại các thiết chế đã định hình và sự "trì trệ" của nước Mỹ.
Nếu chỉ đọc qua về sự "trì trệ" của nước Mỹ, người đọc dễ liên tưởng đây là câu chuyện hoang tưởng, nhưng đó lại phản ánh một phần sự thật.
Nước Mỹ từ lâu vốn được xem là quốc gia năng động bậc nhất, là nơi tập trung các trường đại học, các trung tâm nghiên cứu hàng đầu thế giới, là nơi có nhiều nhà khoa học đoạt giải Nobel nhất thế giới, nơi luôn khuyến khích sự sáng tạo, các ý tưởng lạ. Tóm lại, nước Mỹ được nhìn nhận là quốc gia luôn thay đổi và biết cách "tự làm mới" mình liên tục.
Còn nhớ câu chuyện giữa những năm 1980, cách đây quãng ba chục năm, khi đó Liên Xô dưới sự lãnh đạo của Mikhail Gorbachev đã đưa ra ý tưởng "cải tổ" và "công khai hóa" ("perestroika” and “glasnost") đã làm thế giới phát sốt, còn nước Mỹ thì bị lo qua mặt. Khi đó có nhà báo hỏi Tổng thống Ronald Reagan là nước Mỹ có ý định thực thi "cải tổ" và "công khai hóa" như Gorbachev đang theo đuổi hay không thì câu trả lời của Reagan, đại ý là: Gorbachev đang làm cái việc mà đáng ra các nhà lãnh đạo Liên Xô phải làm từ lâu, nhưng họ đã không làm và để vấn đề tích tụ lại. Mỹ không cần "cải tổ" hay "công khai hóa" vì đây là việc Mỹ làm thường xuyên.
Mỹ không cần 'cải tổ' hay 'công khai hóa' vì làm thường xuyên
Bốn vị Tổng thống được tạc tượng, từ trái qua: George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Theodore Roosevelt, Abraham Lincoln.
Kết quả là "cải tổ" và "công khai hóa" của Gorbachev thiếu một tầm nhìn và cách làm bài bản đã đưa Liên Xô và hệ thống Xã hội chủ nghĩa Đông Âu đến chỗ sụp đổ, còn khẩu hiệu "làm cho nước Mỹ vĩ đại trở lại" (Make America Great Again) của Reagan cùng chính sách kinh tế Reaganomics và "làm mới lại nước Mỹ ngay trên đất Mỹ" đã giúp nước Mỹ hùng mạnh trở lại trên mọi phương diện vào đầu những năm 1990.
Quay trở lại nước Mỹ trước khi ông Trump lên cầm quyền. Từ góc độ của một nhà kinh doanh thành đạt trên đỉnh cao sự nghiệp và góc nhìn mới của một chính trị gia Trump cảm thấy hết sức "thất vọng" vì nước Mỹ đang trở nên già nua, sơ cứng, có quá nhiều "trì trệ", sức ỳ, quá nhiều rào cản. Bên cạnh đó, quá nhiều thế lực hùng mạnh trong giới chính trị, kinh doanh, truyền thông... sẵn sàng liên kết, ra tay bóp nghẹt các ý tưởng mới để bảo vệ đặc quyền của mình, mà như từ ngữ ta hay dùng là lợi ích nhóm.
Lợi ích nhóm ở nước Mỹ hiện quá hùng mạnh, bám rễ quá sâu nên các nhóm này sẵn sàng liên kết, tiến hành "chiến tranh tổng lực" chống lại Trump và toàn bộ chính quyền của ông ta đến cùng. Ngược lại, để thực hiện cam kết tranh cử đưa nước Mỹ "vĩ đại trở lại" Trump, với tác phong và cách làm "phi truyền thống" cũng lao vào ăn thua đến cùng với nhóm lợi ích.
Đỉnh điểm là ngày 16/8/2018 vừa qua, cùng lúc 350 tờ báo trên khắp nước Mỹ, trong đó có những tờ lâu đời và nổi tiếng như Boston Globe, the New York Times, Washington Post, Philadelphia Inquirer... đồng loạt đăng xã luận, công kích chính quyền Trump, coi cá nhân và Chính quyền Trump là mối đe dọa lớn nhất đối với tự do báo chí - vốn từng được coi là một trụ cột quan trọng trong xã hội Mỹ cùng với tam quyền phân lập.
Đây là điều chưa từng xảy ra trong lịch sử và xã hội Mỹ từ xưa đến nay. Nói đến đặc quyền của báo chí Mỹ thì phải kể đến câu chuyện cách đây 36 năm, chỉ với tờ Washington Post đi tiên phong, cùng các phóng sự của hai nhà báo điều tra gạo cội là Carl Bernstein và Bob Woodward đã góp phần "hạ bệ" Tổng thống đương nhiệm Richard Nixon trong vụ Watergate. Với sức mạnh của báo chí tới mức có thể "làm nên" hay "làm tiêu tùng" (make or break) sự nghiệp của một Tổng thống như vậy nên các chính trị gia thường chọn cách "dĩ hòa vi quý" thay vì làm "mếch lòng" báo chí.
Mỹ không cần 'cải tổ' hay 'công khai hóa' vì làm thường xuyên
Ảnh: Reuters
Tuy nhiên, Tổng thống Trump thì khác, chọn ngay cách đối đầu "không cùng phe”, điển hình là CNN, Washington Post, the New York Times. Ông Trump sử dụng còn bài nhất quán ngay từ đầu là coi ba tập đoàn truyền thông lớn này cùng các bài báo chỉ trích cá nhân và chính quyền của mình là "báo chí của phe Dân chủ" và chuyên đăng "tin giả" (fake news)! Nói cách khác, Trump đánh trực tiếp vào tính chính danh và sự khách quan của báo chí "không cùng phe".
Nhìn một cách công bằng, sự ra đời của Internet, và cùng với nó là các mạng xã hội như Facebook, Twitter, Snapchat, YouTube... trong những năm qua đã làm giảm đáng kể quyền lực của các "ông lớn" truyền thông trong khi các ông lớn này vẫn ngủ quên trên đỉnh cao quyền lực thời hoàng kim. Mặt khác, sự phân hóa Xã hội Mỹ về mọi mặt, từ câu chuyện ranh giới giàu nghèo, thu nhập, đẳng cấp, sự hình thành giới chính trị gia "xa lông" ngày càng tách dời tầng lớp "thấp cổ bé họng"... dưới tác động đa chiều của Cách mạng công nghiệp 4.0, toàn cầu hóa đã tác động mạnh, làm mất đi sự trung lập vốn có và khiến báo chí cũng phân làn rõ rệt. Trước đây thì rất khó phát hiện, nhưng nay chỉ cần cầm tờ báo đọc qua vài bản tin hoặc bật xem TV vài phút là có thể nói tương đối chính xác thiên kiến chính trị của tờ báo hoặc hãng một truyền thông nào đó.
Do đó, khá dễ hiểu là 350 tờ báo cùng lúc đả kích Trump nhưng lại ít nhiều đều chia sẻ các quan điểm chính trị như nhau. Và như thường lệ, chỉ vài dòng "Tweets" với 50 triệu người theo dõi mỗi ngày, Trump dễ dàng "vô hiệu hóa" các xã luận trên. Trước đây khi mạng xã hội chưa phát triển, các Tổng thống, chính trị gia thường đứng im chịu trận. Nhưng nay, Trump cũng lên tiếng "đòi" được đối xử công bằng, không bị báo chí tấn công một chiều!
Tuy nhiên, chủ đích cuối cùng của Tổng thống Trump là "vô hiệu hóa" sự chỉ trích của đối thủ, khiến ông ta có vị thế áp đảo trong giới truyền thông, từ đó gây ảnh hưởng, truyền tải các thông điệp chính trị.
Trong lĩnh vực kinh tế, quốc phòng, quản trị đất nước.... ông Trump cũng có những cách làm "lạ đời", giúp tiết kiệm hàng chục triệu giờ công lao động hoặc hàng tỷ USD tiền đóng thuế của người dân, doanh nghiệp, cụ thể là:
- Tổng thống Trump ngay khi nhậm chức đã yêu cầu Boeing phải xem xét và đàm phán lại Hợp đồng mà Chính quyền Tổng thống Obama đã ký trước đó để mua hai máy bay "Không lực số một" (Air Force One) giao hàng vào năm 2024 vì giá quá cao. Boeing đứng trước tình thế phải đàm phán lại nếu không có nguy cơ bị hủy hợp đồng. Kết quả là cặp máy bay nay chỉ còn giá 3,9 tỷ USD, từ giá "trên trời" là 5,3 tỷ USD, tức giảm khoảng 25% giá ban đầu.
- Tương tự như vậy, ông Trump và Lầu Năm Góc cũng buộc hãng Lockheed Martin, nhà cung cấp máy bay chiến đấu F-35 thế hệ thứ năm phải đàm phán lại và giảm giá từ 95 triệu USD/1 chiếc F-35 mà Lầu Năm Góc trả năm 2017, xuống còn 89 triệu USD/1 chiếc cho lô hàng giao trong năm 2018 và 80 triệu USD/1 chiếc năm 2020.
Chỉ qua hai vụ đàm phán đình đám, thông điệp của ông Trump đối với giới doanh nghiệp rất đơn giản: Ngay cả những hàng hóa mang tính biểu tượng của Tổng thống, đến bảo vệ an ninh quốc gia chính quyền cũng sẵn sàng xem xét, thậm chí hủy đơn hàng nếu cần. Dó đó, các hãng lớn nếu muốn làm ăn với chính phủ, muốn có tương lai phải cải tiến, nâng cao chất lượng và giảm giá thành.
- Ngoài việc đơn giản hóa sắc luật thuế liên bang, ngày 30/1/2017 Tổng thống Trump còn ký một sắc lệnh của Tổng thống quy định, từ nay trở đi bất cứ một quy định, hay điều lệ mới nào của liên bangi ra đời thì cơ quan đệ trình buộc phải vô hiệu hóa hai hai quy định hay điều lệ cũ. Mục đích của việc này là tránh biến các cơ quan công quyền thành bộ máy quan liêu, ra các "quy định trên trời", tạo thuận lợi tối đa cho cuộc sống, sinh hoạt của người dân, cũng như hoạt động của doanh nghiệp.
Trên đây chỉ là một số ít ví dụ, nhưng nó cho thấy cuộc chiến chống lại thiết chế đã định hình và gắn với nó là lợi ích nhóm với đủ loại biến tướng là hết sức khó khăn, phức tạp. Hơn nữa, đây lại là cuộc chiến nội bộ nơi các đồng minh lẫn đối thủ đều minh tường các điểm mạnh, yếu của nhau và sẵn sàng ra đòn dứt điểm đối phương bất cứ khi nào khi có thời cơ.
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Susan Glaspell's The Verge, an expressionistic masterpiece of the 1920s, will be performed Oct. 18 -22 in the F. Scott Black Theatre in the Robert and Eleanor Romadka College Center at Community College of Baltimore County Essex, 7201 Rossville Blvd. Part of Performing Arts at CCBC's season of American Masters, the play highlights the work of Susan Glaspell, an American playwright, who won the Pulitzer Prize for drama in 1931 for her play Alison's House, but is best known for her one-act Trifles.

The Verge is about the restrictions society places on women and the extreme steps one woman takes to escape them. Performances are scheduled for: October 18 at 11:10 a.m.; October 19 and 20 at 7 p.m.,

October 21 at 3 p.m. (This performance will be American Sign Language (ASL) interpreted) and October 22 at 10 a.m. Tickets are $10 general admission; $5 for students, seniors, and CCBC faculty/staff/alumni. Current CCBC students are free with an ID. Purchase tickets at the CCBC Box Office by calling 443-840-ARTS (2787).

The Verge focuses on Claire Archer (NJ Saroff) an artist, scientist and modern American woman who is experimenting with plants in an attempt to create something entirely new, something that's never been seen before. Her husband Harry (Tate Erickson) wants to support her work, but worries about its effects on her. The two guests in their house, artist Dick Demming (Aziz Ravshan) and Claire's oldest friend Tom Edgeworthy (Antoine Williams) both seem to understand Claire better than her husband, but in different ways. The arrival of Claire's daughter Elizabeth (Paige Pisano) and sister Adelaide (Claire Smith) force Claire to commit to her path of breaking out from the norm. Claire's assistant Anthony (Broadus Nesbitt III) and the housemaid Hattie (Rose Hamilton) fill out the cast.

This production reclaims a lesser appreciated but highly influential playwright, Susan Glaspell. She, with her husband George Cram Cook, helped to found The Provincetown Players, one of the first non-profit theatres in the United States. Glaspell discovered and mentored a young Eugene O'Neill in his early attempts at playwriting. Active in the early feminist movement, Glaspell wrote plays that prioritize the experience of women and explore the differences between how men and women view and live in the world.

CCBC's production of The Verge is directed by Cohen Ambrose, with scenic and lighting design by Terri Raulie and costumes by James J. Fasching. Original music is composed by Daniel Lewis. Felix Cooke stage manages, with assistant stage manager Jalon Payton. The Technical Director for the F. Scott Black Theatre is Jason Randolph.

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CCBC offers the region's most expansive selection of degree, certificate and workplace certification programs that prepare students for transfer, job entry and career advancement in such industries as business, education, health care, information technology, cybersecurity, construction and transportation. CCBC is nationally recognized as a leader in innovative learning strategies, among the nation's top associate degree producers, and designated as a Military Times Best College 2018.

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  • Several companies make DNA tests that claim to tell you how well you'll respond to certain antidepressants based on your genetic profile.
  • Two personalized medicine companies — Assurex and Genomind — offer some of the most popular tests and work with physicians and pharmacists to provide them to patients.
  • A chain of Albertsons pharmacies in Chicago, Philadelphia, and Boise is running a pilot program in which pharmacists can offer the Genomind test.
  • Silicon Valley genetics testing startup Color Genomics recently began offering a similar test as part of its services.
  • The costs of the tests range from $250 to $750, but some scientists say it's not worth the money. 

Around the time that 26-year-old Courtney Luk got in line at the pharmacy to pick up her 25th depression medication, she decided she'd had enough.

Over the previous two years, Luk had been prescribed everything from Klonopin to Xanax to treat the anxiety and depression she'd experienced since adolescence. Nothing seemed to do the trick. One medication would make her feel numb; others seemed to make her symptoms worse.

Then a psychiatrist suggested she try a genetic test that could provide guidance about which drug Luk should try next. They swabbed the inside of Luk's cheek for a spit sample and sent it off to get tested.

Using DNA testing to determine how well a given depression medication will work with a patient's genetic makeup is becoming a popular approach. More than 750,000 people have taken one such test, called GeneSight, which is made by personalized medicine company Assurex, according to its website. A network of 28 Albertsons pharmacies offers a similar test made by a company called Genomind as part of a pilot program. And just last month, Silicon Valley genetics testing startup Color Genomics began offering a test as part of its $250 kits.

But some scientists say the tests have limited utility.

That's because they doesn't tell providers which specific medication is best to prescribe patients, according to Alan Schatzberg, a Stanford University psychiatrist and the director of the Stanford Mood Disorders Center. And Cristina Cusin, a Harvard psychiatrist, said the test won't give helpful results to patients who take more than one medication.

Plus, the tests may give conflicting results to the same patient for the same medication, according to a peer-reviewed analysis of four different gene tests published this summer.

A pricey test with a lofty goal

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Since adolescence, Luk had experienced debilitating anxiety that sometimes turned into panic attacks, along with mood swings and depression that sometimes led her to contemplate taking her own life. Despite trying more than two dozen different medications, Luk and her psychiatrists had yet to come up with a combination of drugs that significantly lifted her mood without contributing to her anxiety.

Luk had heard of genetics tests for antidepressants before, but previously declined to take one since she couldn't afford the $750 price tag.

But when a psychiatrist suggested a test she could get for free through insurance, a kit from Genomind called the Genecept Assay, Luk said yes. The test appealed to her as a potential way to eliminate the trial-and-error process of starting a new drug and waiting — sometimes up to six weeks, the standard for most antidepressants — to see if it worked.

"I don't feel like my medications right now are working optimally, and I was hoping to learn if there's a cocktail of medications that would do that," Luk said.

Her psychiatrist told her the test might show them what to do next. Perhaps they'd learn that one medication wasn't right for her body and could be replaced with a different drug. But when the results came in, they were murkier than Luk anticipated.

Her report listed all the antidepressants she'd taken along with several she'd yet to try. Each got a colored check mark: red checks suggested Luk would likely have negative reactions to a drug, green checks suggested no negative reactions, and orange checks indicated something in between.

Next to a popular antidepressant called Celexa, for example, Luk's test showed an orange check mark and said, "increased risk for adverse events or poor response." That meant that because of the way her body processed the drug, Luk was more likely than the average person to experience negative side effects or see no positive results.

Sure enough, Luk recalled that when she'd taken Celexa several years earlier, she had experienced painful bruising across her arms and legs.

But another drug Luk had recently begun taking, called Topamax, carried a green check and said "use as directed — no known gene-drug interactions." Despite taking that medication for several weeks, however, Luk said she hadn't experienced any change in her symptoms.

So she went back to trial and error.

Daniel Dowd, Genomind's vice president of medical affairs, acknowledged that some patients may read too much into the test.

"I think patients do tend to think, ‘OK, this is going say exactly what this specific drug is going to do for me,' and that's not what this test is," Dowd told Business Insider. "Like any other branch of medicine, [the test] provides an estimation of risk."

Genomind funded a 2018 study of its test that analyzed patient spending in the six-month period following use of the test. The authors — one of whom sits on Genomind's scientific advisory board — compared roughly 800 people with mood and anxiety disorders who took the test with nearly 3,000 people who didn’t take it. They found that people who took the test spent nearly $2,000 less on healthcare on average, mostly because they visited ERs and hospitals less frequently in the months following the test than people who didn't take it.

The researchers wrote that it could represent “a promising strategy to reduce costs” in people with depression and anxiety.  

To Dowd, the finding was a big endorsement of the test.

"If we can get this test embedded in the healthcare record, that could mean a big cost savings," he said.

Who the test may — and may not — help

Once you swallow a pill, various genes control how your body will break it down. One gene in particular, called CYP2D6, is one of the most closely studied. Some people have faulty or abnormal copies of that gene, meaning they don't process drugs like antidepressants as they should. That increases the chances that someone could have an adverse reaction like bruising or not respond to a medication at all.

The gene tests are designed to assess whether a patient is likely to have a negative outcome on any common antidepressants. In theory, that would help patients and their providers narrow down the list of potential medications to try.

"In these cases, I think there is clear evidence" for using a gene test, Michelle Whirl-Carrillo, a senior research scientist at the Stanford University School of Medicine, told the author of an article published by the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA)

But Schatzberg, the Stanford psychiatrist, said a narrower list is not what his patients need.

"What’s really needed is a test that says, ‘You have this profile, these are the two drugs you need to use.’ That’s what’s missing," he said.

Instead, the tests merely tell him if someone's body doesn't process a drug properly — a conclusion they'd reach anyway after trial and error.

"I don't necessarily need to know up front if a person is a poor drug metabolizer. I need to know which specific drug to use where I will get the positive effect with less side effect burden," Schatzberg said. "These tests don't do that.”

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Cusin, the Harvard psychiatrist, specializes in treating people with severe depression. She agreed with Schatzberg.

"I don't think psychiatrists get much information about the costs and benefits or much predictive value for this type of test," she said.

Cusin added that she doesn't think the test helps in cases where people are taking multiple medications or when patients have a history of failing to respond to medications. Plus, she said, a recent study made her hesitant to use the tests in her own practice.

That study found major inconsistencies among four different gene tests (including Genomind’s). In roughly one out of five cases, the authors said, different tests gave conflicting advice to the same patient.

“The level of disagreement in medication recommendations … indicates that these tests cannot be assumed to be equivalent or interchangeable,” the researchers wrote.

‘I jumped on it because I was tired of trial and error'

pharmacy-prescription-medication-pillsUnlike Luk, Allyson Byers, a 27-year-old in Los Angeles, said taking a genetic test saved her time in the quest to find the right medication.

Byers took Assurex's GeneSight test after trying several drugs for her depression. 

"I jumped on it because I was tired of trial and error," she told Business Insider.

Byers said she paid $60 for the test after talking with her therapist and an Assurex representative (though she initially received a bill for several hundred dollars).

Her results weren't perfect. Byers had been taking the antidepressant Zoloft for nine months, but she experienced several negative side effects, including weight gain. On the Assurex test, however, Zoloft was green-lit.

"When the results came back, I was questioning myself and thinking, ‘Did I make that all up? Did I really gain weight?'"

But the test also suggested another medication called Pristiq that Byers had not previously taken, she said. So Byers' therapist suggested they try that instead of Zoloft. Several weeks later, Byers said she felt better — and thanked the test for helping her find a different medication.

"I've had to go up in dose a couple times, but I feel like I've finally found the right dose," she said. For her, the test was "just another tool to help narrow things down."

Coming to a pharmacy near you?

AlbertsonsIncreasingly, some patients are learning about genetics tests for antidepressants from their pharmacist instead of a psychiatrist.

In Chicago, Boise, and Philadelphia, 28 Albertsons drug stores are offering the Genomind test, according to Kimberly Hecht, a patient care services coordinator with Albertsons who leads the project.

She told Business Insider that mental health became a focus at the pharmacies she oversees when they began offering medications for drug addiction. Plus, because Albertsons' pharmacies are open longer and on more days of the week than others nearby, they sometimes function as a default mental health provider, Hecht said.

"It just made sense with what we were offering and also because of our position in the community," Jennifer Rapley, a marketing manager with Albertsons who works closely with Hecht, told Business Insider.

The project is currently in a pilot phase, but Genomind hopes to eventually offer its gene test in all 1,760 Albertsons-owned pharmacies throughout the country, JAMA reported this month.

But some components of the Albertsons program — such as how pharmacists determine whether a patient is a good candidate for the test and how it evaluates whether the results are effective — remain hazy.

For example, a patient does not have to have a history of using antidepressants to be offered the test, Hecht said.

"Typically it's going to be patients who’ve tried a couple different things and it’s not working, but we kind of leave it up to our pharmacists’ professional judgment," she said.

That makes Schatzberg wary. 

"I think it presents real problems," he said. "It’s practicing a level of medicine and offering a test where it’s not clear whether and how it should be used. It’s hard for me to believe that’s a good idea."

The future of genetic testing for depression

Last month, Silicon Valley genetics testing startup Color Genomics began offering a test for antidepressants as a component of its DNA tests, which screen for gene variations linked to cancer and heart disease. Color's service includes a professional genetics counselor as well as a clinical pharmacist who walk a patient through their results.

Othman Laraki, the company's founder and CEO, told Business Insider that he sees the new test in a similar light to Color's cancer test, which the company began offering in 2013.

"Like we saw with cancer, it’s definitely a moving target, it’s definitely still early, and there’s still a lot of uncertainty," Laraki said. "But there’s enough support and enough scientific validity where it makes us feel comfortable enough to offer it."

Hecht, the Albertsons coordinator, agreed.

"These types of tests really are the future and have the potential to really help people," she said.

But for some patients, that future may not have arrived yet.

"After 25 different drugs, I may just be one of those people whose bodies doesn't respond to medication," Luk said. "In the end, it's still trial and error, but it's a little bit more of a targeted trial and error — a little bit more of an educated guess."

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I made some bad throws and we’re testing and we’re getting better every day. ”Those (practice) mistakes are going to come – as long as we learn from them. It’s not a game, so it doesn’t really matter what everybody thinks and what everybody sees,” he said. When Trubisky broke into the lineup in Week 5 last year under former coach John Fox, the emphasis was on playing it safe and operating a basic offense. His final yards-per-pass attempt average of 6.6 ranked 45th among all NFL passers. 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It’s a relatively slow process overall, nonetheless, and the bulk of the pressure is going to be on Trubisky to be ready for the Sept. 9 opener at Green Bay. ”We’re building this puzzle right now, and each day we’re trying to take one piece of the puzzle and put it up there and then before you know it [url=http://www.bengalsauthorizedshops.com/authentic-mark-walton-jersey]http://www.bengalsauthorizedshops.com/authentic-mark-walton-jersey[/url] , at the end of this thing, you have that puzzle put together,” Nagy said. NOTES: Rookie pass rusher Kylie Fitts missed practice time Friday with an arm injury. … G Kyle Long was given the day off to rest. … LB Jonathan Anderson and OL Dejon Allen engaged in the first fight of camp before being separated. … First-round pick LB Roquan Smith remains unsigned. Former Bears coach Dave Wannstedt visited Bourbonnais for the first time and called Smith’s holdout a selfish act. ”For a rookie to hold out because of some of the fine print (in a contract) it’s pretty selfish, I think, from an agent standpoint to do that,” Wannstedt said. ”I mean, this kid needs to be here. He needs to be practicing. These are valuable days. They play a preseason game a week from now. And you do not get these days back.” — [url=http://www.officialusafootballs.com/los-angeles-chargers]Youth Los Angeles Chargers Jerseys[/url]
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The procedural move was expected after Chancellor announced he was unlikely to play again due to a neck injury but didn't officially retire due to his contract. BOURBONNAIS, Ill. (AP) Not even the interceptions seem to frustrate quarterback Mitchell Trubisky right now. Rather than worry about those picks, he’s busy picking up the nuances of the offense under new coach Matt Nagy. Trubisky is throwing deeper in training camp more consistently, and any interceptions are all a part of the process as he gets used to a variety of new targets. ”I mean, what’s not to like about this offense?” Trubisky said. ”I love it. There’s a lot of options. We throw the ball around a lot and we’re going to balance it with a great running game.” Trubisky’s passes haven’t always found the target, as Thursday night’s preseason opener with Baltimore in the Hall of Fame Game approaches. For instance, he threw two interceptions in three plays earlier in the week to cornerback Prince Amukamara. 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I made some bad throws and we’re testing and we’re getting better every day. ”Those (practice) mistakes are going to come – as long as we learn from them. It’s not a game, so it doesn’t really matter what everybody thinks and what everybody sees,” he said. When Trubisky broke into the lineup in Week 5 last year under former coach John Fox, the emphasis was on playing it safe and operating a basic offense. His final yards-per-pass attempt average of 6.6 ranked 45th among all NFL passers. 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It’s a relatively slow process overall, nonetheless, and the bulk of the pressure is going to be on Trubisky to be ready for the Sept. 9 opener at Green Bay. ”We’re building this puzzle right now, and each day we’re trying to take one piece of the puzzle and put it up there and then before you know it [url=http://www.bengalsauthorizedshops.com/authentic-mark-walton-jersey]http://www.bengalsauthorizedshops.com/authentic-mark-walton-jersey[/url] , at the end of this thing, you have that puzzle put together,” Nagy said. NOTES: Rookie pass rusher Kylie Fitts missed practice time Friday with an arm injury. … G Kyle Long was given the day off to rest. … LB Jonathan Anderson and OL Dejon Allen engaged in the first fight of camp before being separated. … First-round pick LB Roquan Smith remains unsigned. Former Bears coach Dave Wannstedt visited Bourbonnais for the first time and called Smith’s holdout a selfish act. ”For a rookie to hold out because of some of the fine print (in a contract) it’s pretty selfish, I think, from an agent standpoint to do that,” Wannstedt said. ”I mean, this kid needs to be here. He needs to be practicing. These are valuable days. They play a preseason game a week from now. And you do not get these days back.” — [url=http://www.officialusafootballs.com/los-angeles-chargers]Youth Los Angeles Chargers Jerseys[/url]
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The procedural move was expected after Chancellor announced he was unlikely to play again due to a neck injury but didn't officially retire due to his contract. BOURBONNAIS, Ill. (AP) Not even the interceptions seem to frustrate quarterback Mitchell Trubisky right now. Rather than worry about those picks, he’s busy picking up the nuances of the offense under new coach Matt Nagy. Trubisky is throwing deeper in training camp more consistently, and any interceptions are all a part of the process as he gets used to a variety of new targets. ”I mean, what’s not to like about this offense?” Trubisky said. ”I love it. There’s a lot of options. We throw the ball around a lot and we’re going to balance it with a great running game.” Trubisky’s passes haven’t always found the target, as Thursday night’s preseason opener with Baltimore in the Hall of Fame Game approaches. For instance, he threw two interceptions in three plays earlier in the week to cornerback Prince Amukamara. 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It’s a relatively slow process overall, nonetheless, and the bulk of the pressure is going to be on Trubisky to be ready for the Sept. 9 opener at Green Bay. ”We’re building this puzzle right now, and each day we’re trying to take one piece of the puzzle and put it up there and then before you know it [url=http://www.bengalsauthorizedshops.com/authentic-mark-walton-jersey]http://www.bengalsauthorizedshops.com/authentic-mark-walton-jersey[/url] , at the end of this thing, you have that puzzle put together,” Nagy said. NOTES: Rookie pass rusher Kylie Fitts missed practice time Friday with an arm injury. … G Kyle Long was given the day off to rest. … LB Jonathan Anderson and OL Dejon Allen engaged in the first fight of camp before being separated. … First-round pick LB Roquan Smith remains unsigned. Former Bears coach Dave Wannstedt visited Bourbonnais for the first time and called Smith’s holdout a selfish act. ”For a rookie to hold out because of some of the fine print (in a contract) it’s pretty selfish, I think, from an agent standpoint to do that,” Wannstedt said. ”I mean, this kid needs to be here. He needs to be practicing. These are valuable days. They play a preseason game a week from now. And you do not get these days back.” — [url=http://www.officialusafootballs.com/los-angeles-chargers]Youth Los Angeles Chargers Jerseys[/url]
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It’s a relatively slow process overall, nonetheless, and the bulk of the pressure is going to be on Trubisky to be ready for the Sept. 9 opener at Green Bay. ”We’re building this puzzle right now, and each day we’re trying to take one piece of the puzzle and put it up there and then before you know it [url=http://www.bengalsauthorizedshops.com/authentic-mark-walton-jersey]http://www.bengalsauthorizedshops.com/authentic-mark-walton-jersey[/url] , at the end of this thing, you have that puzzle put together,” Nagy said. NOTES: Rookie pass rusher Kylie Fitts missed practice time Friday with an arm injury. … G Kyle Long was given the day off to rest. … LB Jonathan Anderson and OL Dejon Allen engaged in the first fight of camp before being separated. … First-round pick LB Roquan Smith remains unsigned. Former Bears coach Dave Wannstedt visited Bourbonnais for the first time and called Smith’s holdout a selfish act. ”For a rookie to hold out because of some of the fine print (in a contract) it’s pretty selfish, I think, from an agent standpoint to do that,” Wannstedt said. ”I mean, this kid needs to be here. He needs to be practicing. These are valuable days. They play a preseason game a week from now. And you do not get these days back.” — [url=http://www.officialusafootballs.com/los-angeles-chargers]Youth Los Angeles Chargers Jerseys[/url]
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PHILADELPHIA (AP) - Joe Pavelski scored two of San Jose's four first-period goals, and Evander Kane also scored twice to spark the Sharks to an 8-2 win over the Philadelphia Flyers on Tuesday night.

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End stop-and-frisk. Implement universal pre-K. Send tens of millions of dollars more to Philadelphia's schools. Create family-sustaining jobs. On his 1,000th day in office, Mayor Jim Kenney released a progress report. We ran a fine-tooth comb through it to determine what he's really gotten done.
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In medieval Europe, the Roman Catholic Church had a stranglehold on all matters pertaining to spiritual life. In an era when Bibles were rare and inaccessible to all but the clergy, the hierarchy of Rome established itself as the gatekeeper controlling access to Scripture, and thus to God. The priests granted forgiveness, bestowed blessing, and served as the arbiters of eternal reward.

By the 1400s, the church was overrun with layers of institutional corruption. Behind a transparent veil of piety, immorality and wickedness permeated the church. Throughout Christendom, church parishioners struggled to survive and eke out a humble existence, while the religious ruling class preyed on the people’s ignorance to line their pockets and expand their authority. Popes and archbishops lived reprobate lives of lavish excess and wanton lasciviousness. The church ruled with an iron fist, overseeing even governments and influencing all aspects of medieval life.

To its core, the medieval Roman Catholic Church was a breeding ground for heresy and spiritual deception. But even in the midst of its dominating corruption, the Lord was still redeeming His own and building His true church. Some churches existed and even thrived outside of Rome’s authority. The Lord also used bold and faithful men like John Wycliffe and John Huss to reject and repudiate extrabiblical Catholic dogma, to peel back its pious mask and expose the corruption within. Like the Puritans centuries later in England, these men did not seek to overthrow the church, but hoped to call it to repentance and help restore it to biblical orthodoxy. And for their efforts, both men were excommunicated and burned as heretics. (Wycliffe was retroactively excommunicated decades after his death. His body was actually exhumed and incinerated, his bones crushed, and the bones and ashes scattered in the River Swift.)

Although the Catholic Church went to extreme measures to silence Wycliffe, Huss, and others like them, the truth they preached survived and paved the way for an earnest German monk to carry on their legacy and strike a decisive blow against the papal fortress. Like those before him, Martin Luther did not set out on an overtly rebellious course to overthrow or upend the Church. But out of his fervent study of Scripture and through the illumination of the Holy Spirit, Luther came to a saving knowledge of the Lord Jesus Christ and to a clear understanding of Rome’s deviation from the truth of the gospel.

Historians identify the flashpoint of the Reformation as October 31, 1517, the day Luther nailed his Ninety-Five Theses to the door of the Castle Church in Wittenberg. In that pivotal treatise, Luther, not yet converted, argued against the abusive traditions of the Catholic Church—particularly the sale of indulgences.

Indulgences were a means for Catholics to buy their way out of penance and purgatory. They could also be purchased on behalf of deceased loved ones. With an extremely high mortality rate and an equally short life expectancy—and with the church’s threat of eons in purgatory constantly hanging overhead—most people would leap at any hope to avoid languishing in the afterlife, in some holding place short of heaven.

Under Pope Leo X, the medieval church used the sale of indulgences to support the construction of elaborate structures like St. Peter’s Basilica in Rome. [1] The Catholic Church still offers indulgences to this day, although it is no longer the monumental fundraising boon it once was. Instead, Catholics can receive indulgences for simple “acts of piety and devotion,” like following the Pope on Twitter. A savvy monk named Johann Tetzel was one of their most successful salesmen.

Tetzel was ingenious in his mischief, perfecting a masterful sales pitch to prey on the credulous simplicity of Catholic parishioners. He would famously exhort the crowds with the promise, “As soon as the coin in the coffer rings, the soul from purgatory springs.” To a customer base of illiterate, superstitious peasants, what greater hope could there be?

Luther was furious over Tetzel’s church-sponsored extortion. His Ninety-Five Theses constituted a public repudiation of the practice and a direct assault on the greed of the Church. Thesis eighty-six put the blame squarely on Pope Leo himself: “Why does not the pope, whose wealth is today greater than the wealth of the richest Crassus, build this one basilica of St. Peter with his own money rather than with the money of poor believers?”

Those Ninety-Five Theses ignited the Reformation, but they did not constitute its primary battleground. In fact, Luther had not yet come to true faith and repentance at the time of their writing—he was saved shortly thereafter. The doctrine of justification by faith is of course an insurmountable argument against the sale of indulgences, so it is significant that the Ninety-Five Theses omit any mention of that doctrine. It indicates that Luther’s “Tower Experience,” when he finally understood what it means to be justified by faith alone, occurred sometime after the posting of the theses. Scholars and historians cannot determine the precise year when Luther first had his awakening, but Luther spoke of it often, and he seemed to view it as the moment of his true conversion. Here’s how he described what happened:

The words “righteous” and “righteousness of God” struck my conscience like lightning. When I heard them I was exceedingly terrified. I thought if God is righteous, he must punish. But when by God’s grace I pondered, in the tower and heated room of this building, over the words, “He who through faith is righteous shall live” [Romans 1:17] and “the righteousness of God” [Romans 3:21], I soon came to the conclusion that if we, as righteous men, ought to live from faith and if the righteousness of God should contribute to the salvation of all who believe, then salvation won’t be our merit but God’s mercy. My spirit was thereby cheered. For it’s by the righteousness of God that we’re justified and saved through Christ. These words [which had before terrified me] now became more pleasing to me. The Holy Spirit unveiled the Scriptures for me in this tower. [2] Helmut T. Lehman, ed., Theodore G. Tappert, ed. and trans., Luther’s Works (vol. 54): Table Talk (Philadelphia, PA: Fortress, 1967), 193–194.

The truth that believers are justified by faith alone became the focus of the entire reformation debate. That principle (sola fide) is therefore known as the material principle of the Reformation. But it was the formal principle of the Reformation, sola scriptura—the authority and sufficiency of Scripture—that motivated Luther to write and post the Ninety-Five Theses. His commitment to that principle was evident even in his earliest writings before his conversion.

John Calvin, Ulrich Zwingli, Philip Melanchthon, Theodore Beza, John Knox, and many more shared that same conviction and fought the same fight on different fronts to rescue and preserve the authority of God’s Word in His church against the tyranny of the pope and the heresies of the Catholic Church. The supremacy and authority of Scripture was the beating heart of the Reformation from which all its other core tenets flowed.

In defense of his work at the Diet of Worms, Luther famously proclaimed his submission to Scripture alone:

Unless I am convinced by the testimony of the Scriptures or by clear reason (for I do not trust either in the pope or in councils alone, since it is well known that they have often erred and contradicted themselves), I am bound by the Scriptures I have quoted and my conscience is captive to the Word of God. I cannot and will not retract anything, since it is neither safe nor right to go against conscience. May God help me. Amen. [3] Martin Brecht in Helmut T. Lehman, ed., James L. Schaaf trans., Luther’s Works (vol. 1): Martin Luther (Philadelphia, PA: Fortress, 1985), 460.

Five hundred years later, faithful men serve in the shadow of these great warriors of God and work to carry on their legacy of biblical fidelity and gospel truth. Moreover, we carry on their protest, not merely against Rome, but against any system, church, or self-styled shepherd who deviates from the Word of God in the life of the church. And tragically, the twenty-first century church may be facing greater threats than it ever endured under Rome.

 

(Adapted from Christ’s Call to Reform the Church)


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Padre James Martin, il gesuita che propone un ponte verso il nulla

Foto: padre James Martin S.J.
Foto: padre James Martin S.J. 
Ho letto il discorso che padre James Martin ha tenuto all’Incontro Mondiale delle Famiglie e sono rimasto molto stupito. Mi chiedo come mai lo abbiano invitato ad un incontro del genere. Nel suo discorso, che potete leggere qui, ripete le parole “persona LGBT”, “parrocchiani LGBT”, “comunità LGBT”, ripetendole infinite volte, come se si riferisse effettivamente ad un altro tipo di persone rispetto a quelle eterosessuali. In realtà, è una posizione molto astuta. E’ un esperto di marketing. Mi fa pensare a quello che una volta disse una persona: “Ripetete cento, mille, un milione di volte una bugia e diventerà una verità”.
A tal proposito, vi propongo un interessante articolo di Adrian Reimers, che critica padre Martin per questa sua classificazione della persona umana sulla base della inclinazione sessuale.
Eccolo nella mia traduzione.


Dalla relazione dell’Arcivescovo Charles Chaput di Philadelphia al Sinodo dei giovani:
Quello che la Chiesa ritiene vero sulla sessualità umana non è un ostacolo. È l’unico vero cammino verso la gioia e l’integrità. Non esiste una cosa come un “Cattolico LGBTQ” o un “Cattolico transgender” o un “Cattolico eterosessuale”, come se i nostri appetiti sessuali definissero chi siamo; come se queste denominazioni descrivessero comunità distinte di diversa ma uguale integrità all’interno della vera comunità ecclesiale, il corpo di Gesù Cristo. Questo non è mai stato vero nella vita della Chiesa, e non è vero ora. Ne consegue che “LGBTQ” e linguaggi simili non dovrebbero essere usati nei documenti della Chiesa, perché il suo uso suggerisce che si tratta di veri e propri gruppi autonomi, e la Chiesa semplicemente non classifica le persone in questo modo.
James Martin, S.J., ha scritto un libro sulla necessità della Chiesa di costruire un ponte verso la “comunità LGBT“. Nel suo discorso all’Incontro Mondiale delle Famiglie di Dublino ha delineato una strategia pratica per la Chiesa a tutti i livelli – universale, diocesano e parrocchiale – per raggiungere questa comunità LGBT con rispetto, compassione e sensibilità. Il problema è che non esiste una tale comunità a cui la Chiesa debba tendere la mano. Padre Martin propone un ponte verso il nulla.
Ogni comunità è formata da un legame comune. La comunità civica è formata geograficamente da tutti coloro che vivono in un certo luogo e sono governati da una serie di leggi. La comunità afro-americana è composta da coloro che hanno la pelle più scura e gli antenati africani, che affrontano sfide comuni e abbastanza particolari come gruppo minoritario. L’ASPCA è una comunità formata da persone che si preoccupano del trattamento e del maltrattamento degli animali. Potremmo anche parlare di una comunità libera di tifosi dei Cubs (una squadra di baseball di Chicago, ndr).
Pertanto, la comunità LGBT, se esiste, è formata da un legame comune. Questo legame consiste nella loro esperienza comune del desiderio sessuale per membri dello stesso sesso. Un uomo che trova donne, e solo donne, sessualmente desiderabili non è omosessuale. Uno che trova il concetto di contatto sessuale con le donne ripugnante, sgradevole o altrimenti poco attraente, ma che desidera tale contatto con altri uomini è “gay”. E così via con lesbiche e bisessuali. Il punto può sembrare eccessivamente ovvio, anche noioso, ma è centrale. I termini indicati da “LGBT” hanno a che fare con la struttura dei desideri e delle esperienze sessuali. Non ci sono altri criteri per distinguere i gay dagli uomini etero, o le lesbiche dalle donne etero. Una persona con utero e seno che si identifica come uomo è transessuale. Se si identifica come donna, non lo è. Ripeto: non ci sono altri criteri per l’identità LGBT. Il legame comune per la comunità LGBT è solo il desiderio o l’inclinazione a godere del contatto sessuale con altre persone dello stesso sesso. Questo ci porta al nocciolo del problema.
Avere un contatto sessuale – per dirla in parole povere, definiamo questo come un qualsiasi tipo di interazione fisica il cui intento e effetto generalmente realizzato è quello di stimolare le parti verso l’orgasmo sessuale – al di fuori del matrimonio (e la Chiesa capisce che questo è possibile solo tra un uomo e una donna) è peccaminoso. Pertanto, ogni attività omosessuale è peccaminosa. Da quanto ho letto, Padre Martin sembra riconoscerlo.
D’altra parte, sperimentare inclinazioni omosessuali non è di per sé peccaminoso, come afferma il Catechismo della Chiesa Cattolica. Tuttavia, questa inclinazione è un’inclinazione al peccato. Non può essere compresa in nessun altro modo. Coloro che appartengono alla demografica LGBT, che agiscano o meno sulla loro omosessualità, vivono con una persistente e chiaramente identificabile tentazione al peccato. Certo, per molti di loro questa è una croce, un pesante fardello. Come dice un amico gay: “Non augurerei questo [l’omosessualità] a nessuno“. Alcuni gay e lesbiche potrebbero trovare l’impulso quasi irresistibilmente al di là del loro potere di controllo. Il saggio pastore e il cristiano caritatevole lo riconosceranno. Tuttavia, la condizione LGBT è segnata dal peccato.
Se la Chiesa riconoscesse una comunità LGBT e si rivolgesse ad essa – costruisse un ponte – rispettandola come comunità, allora questo significherebbe riconoscere una struttura di peccato. Come giustamente insiste padre Martin, ogni cristiano gay, lesbica, bisessuale o transessuale è amato da Dio e in virtù del battesimo è membro della Chiesa. Tuttavia, da ciò non si può concludere che la “comunità LGBT” è parte della Chiesa, perché tale comunità è definita dal peccato, sia nel comportamento che nella meta finale dell’inclinazione. Nient’altro definisce l’appartenenza LGBT.
In particolare, non c’è un insieme di valori superiori caratteristici dei gay che costituisce una “spiritualità gay”, o lo rende un contributo necessario alla nostra cultura. Essere stato vittima di bullismo a scuola, amare le melodie di Broadway o il balletto, o essere un imbranato nella maggior parte degli sport non rende gay, ….anche essere accusato da alcuni di non essere sufficientemente “virile” non rende gay. In altre parole, non c’è nulla nell’esperienza LGBT che sia spirituale. Gli omosessuali non sono fisicamente diversi da quelli che non sono LGBT. Piuttosto, per ragioni che possono essere al di fuori del loro controllo, sono soggetti a una particolare forma di concupiscenza sessuale, alla quale sono obbligati a resistere.
Che cosa deve fare la Chiesa? Deve fare quello che fa per ogni peccatore. La Chiesa aiuta l’alcolista (che non può essere riconosciuto come tale dai suoi vicini seduti nel banco della chiesa) a liberarsi dal bere. Ammonisce gli incalliti chiacchieroni a controllare la loro lingua. Lei disapprova coloro che non siederanno vicino alla persona nera …. o al gay …. in chiesa. Inviterà la persona con una voce forte a leggere durante la Messa o a cantare nel coro. Può anche promuovere gruppi, come Courage (un’associazione che sostiene, secondo l’insegnamento della Chiesa, le persone con inclinazione omosessuale, ndr), che hanno l’obiettivo di aiutare coloro che si identificano come LGBT a vivere liberamente nell’amore, il che significa, tra le altre cose, essere casti.
La Chiesa, che è sacramento dell’amore e della santità di Dio, non può “costruire un ponte” verso una comunità definita dal peccato. Se esiste una comunità LGBT, allora per sua natura è una struttura di peccato. Quello che deve fare è invitare e incoraggiare coloro che si identificano come LGBT a lasciare questa “comunità” e ricevere il suo abbraccio, che è l’abbraccio di Cristo.
Fonte: Crisis Magazine
Adrian Reimers è un istruttore aggiunto al Holy Cross College. Per diciassette anni ha insegnato filosofia all’Università di Notre Dame. Ha scritto molto sul pensiero di Karol Wojtyla (San Giovanni Paolo II) e il suo ultimo libro è Hell and the Mercy of God (CUA Press, 2017).
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Liturgy of the Hours Vol. IV:
Ordinary: 615
Proper of Seasons: 357
Psalter: Thursday, Week III, 1025

Christian Prayer:
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Office of Readings for Thursday in Ordinary Time

God, come to my assistance.
Lord, make haste to help me.

Glory to the Father, and to the Son, and to the Holy Spirit:
as it was in the beginning, is now, and will be for ever. Amen. Alleluia.

HYMN

I am the Lord bringing light through the cloud
Let the Heavens rain down righteousness
Let earth open up, and salvation bear fruit;
Let the Heavens rain down righteousness
I am the Lord your God, beside me there is no other god
I call you by your name let the Heavens rain down righteousness
I the Lord have created it.

I am the Lord bringing light through the cloud
Let the Heavens rain down righteousness
Let earth open up, and salvation bear fruit;
Let the Heavens rain down righteousness
I am the Lord your God, beside me there is no other god
I call you by your name let the Heavens rain down righteousness
I the Lord have created it.

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PSALMODY

Ant. 1 Look on us, Lord, and see how we are despised.

Psalm 89
Lament for the fall of David’s dynasty

He has raised up for us a mighty Savior born of the house of David his servant (Luke 1:69).

IV

And yet you have rejected and spurned
and are angry with the one you have anointed.
You have broken your covenant with your servant
and dishonored his crown in the dust.

You have broken down all his walls
and reduced his fortresses to ruins.
He is despoiled by all who pass by:
he has become the taunt of his neighbors.

You have exalted the right hand of his foes;
you have made all his enemies rejoice.
You have made his sword give way,
you have not upheld him in battle.

You have brought his glory to an end;
you have hurled his throne to the ground.
You have cut short the years of his youth;
you have heaped disgrace upon him.

Glory to the Father, and to the Son, and to the Holy Spirit:
as it was in the beginning, is now, and will be for ever. Amen.

Ant. Look on us, Lord, and see how we are despised.

Ant. 2 I am the root and stock of David; I am the morning star.

V

How long, O Lord? Will you hide yourself for ever?
How long will your anger burn like a fire?
Remember, Lord, the shortness of my life
and how frail you have made the sons of men.
What man can live and never see death?
Who can save himself from the grasp of the grave?

Where are your mercies of the past, O Lord,
which you have sworn in your faithfulness to David?
Remember, Lord, how your servant is taunted,
how I have to bear all the insults of the peoples.
Thus your enemies taunt me, O Lord,
mocking your anointed at every step.

Blessed be the Lord for ever. Amen, amen!

Glory to the Father, and to the Son, and to the Holy Spirit:
as it was in the beginning, is now, and will be for ever. Amen.

Psalm-prayer

Lord, God of mercy and fidelity, you made a new and lasting pact with men and sealed it in the blood of your Son. Forgive the folly of our disloyalty and make us keep your commandments, so that in your new covenant we may be witnesses and heralds of your faithfulness and love on earth, and sharers of your glory in heaven.

Ant. I am the root and stock of David; I am the morning star.

Ant. 3 Our years wither away like grass, but you, Lord God, are eternal.

Psalm 90
May we live in the radiance of God

There is no time with God: a thousand years, a single day: it is all one (2 Peter 3:8).

O Lord, you have been our refuge
from one generation to the next.
Before the mountains were born
or the earth or the world brought forth,
you are God, without beginning or end.

You turn men back into dust
and say: “Go back, sons of men.”
To your eyes a thousand years
are like yesterday, come and gone,
no more than a watch in the night.

You sweep men away like a dream,
like grass which springs up in the morning.
In the morning it springs up and flowers:
by evening it withers and fades.

So we are destroyed in your anger,
struck with terror in your fury.
Our guilt lies open before you;
our secrets in the light of your face.

All our days pass away in your anger.
Our life is over like a sigh.
Our span is seventy years
or eighty for those who are strong.

And most of these are emptiness and pain.
They pass swiftly and we are gone.
Who understands the power of your anger
and fears the strength of your fury?

Make us know the shortness of our life
that we may gain wisdom of heart.
Lord, relent! Is your anger for ever?
Show pity to your servants.

In the morning, fill us with your love;
we shall exult and rejoice all our days.
Give us joy to balance our affliction
for the years when we knew misfortune.

Show forth your work to your servants;
let your glory shine on their children.
Let the favor of the Lord be upon us:
give success to the work of our hands,
give success to the work of our hands.

Glory to the Father, and to the Son, and to the Holy Spirit:
as it was in the beginning, is now, and will be for ever. Amen.

Psalm-prayer

Eternal Father, you give us life despite our guilt and even add days and years to our lives in order to bring us wisdom. Make us love and obey you, so that the works of our hands may always display what your hands have done, until the day we gaze upon the beauty of your face.

Ant. Our years wither away like grass, but you, Lord God, are eternal.

Sacred Silence (indicated by a bell) – a moment to reflect and receive in our hearts the full resonance of the voice of the Holy Spirit and to unite our personal prayer more closely with the word of God and public voice of the Church.

In you is the source of life.
In your light we see light itself.

READINGS

First reading
From the first letter of the apostle Paul to Timothy
5:3-25
Concerning widows and elders

Honor the claims of widows who are real widows—that is, who are alone and bereft. If a widow has any children or grandchildren, let these learn that piety begins at home and that they should fittingly support their parents and grandparents; this is the way God wants it to be. The real widow, left destitute, is one who has set her hope on God and continues night and day in supplications and prayers. A widow who gives herself up to selfish indulgence, however, leads a life of living death.

Make the following rules about widows, so that no one may incur blame. If anyone does not provide for his own relatives and especially for members of his immediate family, he has denied the faith; he is worse than an unbeliever.

To be on the church’s roll of widows, a widow should be not less than sixty years of age. She must have been married only once. Her good character will be attested to by her good deeds. Has she brought up children? Has she been hospitable to strangers? Has she washed the feet of Christian visitors? Has she given help to those in distress? In a word, has she been eager to do every possible good work?

Refuse to enroll the younger widows, for when their passions estrange them from Christ they will want to marry. This will bring them condemnation for breaking their first pledge. Besides, they learn to be ladies of leisure, who go about from house to house—becoming not only time-wasters but gossips and busybodies as well, talking about things they ought not. That is why I should like to see the younger ones marry, have children, keep house, and in general give our enemies no occasion to speak ill of us. Already, some have turned away to follow Satan. If a woman church member has relatives who are widows, she must assist them. She should not let them become a burden to the church, which ought to be free to give help to the widows who are really in need.

Presbyters who do well as leaders deserve to be paid double, especially those whose work is preaching and teaching. The Scripture says, “You shall not put a muzzle on an ox when he is threshing the grain,” and also, “The worker deserves his wages.”

Pay no attention to an accusation against a presbyter unless it is supported by two or three witnesses. The ones who do commit sin, however, are to be publicly reprimanded, so that the rest may fear to offend. I charge you before God, Christ Jesus, and the chosen angels: apply these rules without prejudice, act with complete impartiality! Never lay hands hastily on anyone, or you may be sharing in the misdeeds of others. Keep yourself pure.

Stop drinking water only. Take a little wine for the good of your stomach, and because of your frequent illnesses.

Some men’s sins are flagrant and cry out for judgment now, while other men’s sins will appear only later. Similarly, some good deeds stand out clearly as such; even inconspicuous ones cannot be hidden forever.

RESPONSORY Philippians 1:27; 2:4, 5

Conduct yourselves in a manner worthy of the Gospel of Christ, and with one mind and one spirit work together for the faith.
Do not look to your own interests, but consider those of others.

In your attitude toward one another, be of the same mind as Christ.
Do not look to your own interests, but consider those of others.

Second reading
From a letter to the Philadelphians by Saint Ignatius of Antioch, bishop and martyr
One bishop with the presbyters and deacons

Ignatius, also called Theophorus, to the church of God the Father and the Lord Jesus Christ located at Philadelphia in the province of Asia. You have found mercy and have been strengthened in the peace of God; you are now filled with gladness because of the passion of our Lord, and by his mercy you are made believers in his resurrection. I greet you in the blood of Jesus Christ. You are my abiding and unshakable joy, especially if your members remain united with the bishop and with his presbyters and deacons, all appointed in accordance with the mind of Christ who by his own will has strengthened them in the firmness which the Spirit gives.

I know that this bishop has obtained his ministry, which serves the community, neither by his own efforts, nor from men nor even out of vainglory, but from the love of God the Father and of the Lord Jesus Christ. I am deeply impressed by his gentleness, and by his silence he is more effective than the empty talkers. He is in harmony with the commandments as is a lute with its strings. I call him blessed, then, for his sentiments toward God, since I know these to be virtuous and perfect, and for his stability and calm, in which he imitates the gentleness of the living God.

As sons of the light of truth, flee divisions and evil doctrines; where your shepherd is, follow him as his flock.

For all who belong to God and Jesus Christ are with the bishop; all who repent and return to the unity of the Church will also belong to God, that they may live according to Jesus Christ. Do not be deceived, my brothers. If anyone follows a schismatic, he will not obtain the inheritance of God’s kingdom; if anyone lives by an alien teaching, he does not assent to the passion of the Lord.

Be careful, therefore, to take part only in the one Eucharist; for there is only one flesh of our Lord Jesus Christ and one cup to unite us with his blood, one altar and one bishop with the presbyters and deacons, who are his fellow servants. Then, whatever you do, you will do according to God.

My brothers, I overflow with love for you and with a joyous heart I make you strong – although it is not so much I but Jesus Christ. Although imprisoned for his sake, I fear more because of my imperfection. But your prayers will perfect me in the eyes of God so that I might yet receive the inheritance promised me by the merciful God. I seek refuge in the person of Christ through the Gospels and I appeal to the true ministry of the Church through the apostles.

RESPONSORY Ephesians 2:20,22,21

You are built on the foundation of the apostles and prophets,
with Christ Jesus himself as the cornerstone.
In him you are being built into a temple, where God in the spirit shall dwell.

Through him the whole structure is fitted together
and grows into a holy temple in the Lord.
In him you are being built into a temple, where God in the spirit shall dwell.

CONCLUDING PRAYER

Almighty ever-living God,
who in the abundance of your kindness
surpass the merits and the desires
of those who entreat you,
pour out your mercy upon us
to pardon what conscience dreads
and to give what prayer does not dare to ask.
Through our Lord Jesus Christ, your Son,
who lives and reigns with you in the unity of the Holy Spirit,
one God, for ever and ever.
Amen.

ACCLAMATION (only added when praying in community)

Let us praise the Lord.
And give him thanks.

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