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          Shryock Defends His All Iowa Points Modified Title By Just One Point      Cache   Translate Page      
One point made all the difference for Kelly Shryock as the veteran driver from Fertile captured his second straight and third overall All Iowa Points Modified championship in 2018. His first AIP title came in 1989 showing just how long he had been one of the top Modified drivers in the nation.

Eleven feature wins and thirty-four top five finishes racked up 120 points in the All Iowa Points 5-point scale system allowing Shryock to edge out Jesse Dennis by just one at the end of the season. Dennis had more feature wins with fourteen, but had four fewer top five finishes than the champion. Hinton's Jay Noteboom was close behind in third after taking fifteen feature wins in twenty-eight top five finishes. This solid season will move Noteboom to the top of the list when the cumulative points for the division from 2000 to 2018 is released during the holiday season.

Placing his focus on the Modified in 2018 Jeff Aikey had a strong finish including a win in the IMCA Super Nationals to rank fourth in the final standings. The 1984 All Iowa Points Sportsman champion and the 2003 Late Model champ, Aikey had nine wins in his Modified this season. Troy Cordes posted a solid fifth-place showing, early season point leader Bryce Garnhart was sixth and three-time champion Chris Abelson (2014-2016) filled out the top ten.

Looking for the "Newcomer of the Year", or the driver who has never had a top five finish in the Modifieds before is a bit of a search in this class as the first three on the list Shadren Turner (85th), Chad Clancy (109th) and Richard Spriggs (118th) are on the list for the first time due to regular racing returning to the Bethany Speedway in northwest Missouri this season. (And if you are wondering why that would matter to the "All Iowa Points" please read the Other States section here). Next in line is former Late Model driver Ben Nading in the 136th position on the list so you have to go all the way down to two drivers tied for 144th in the standings, Keegan Nordquist and Logan Anderson for someone who "moved up" from a support class to the Modifieds.

The final 2018 All Iowa Points standings will continue with the Stock Cars on Wednesday here on the Back Stretch.

All Iowa Points Final 2018
Modified
Pos. Driver Hometown Points
1 . Kelly Shryock Fertile 120
2 . Jesse Dennis Corning 119
3 . Jay Noteboom Hinton 106
4 . Jeff Aikey Cedar Falls 104
5 . Troy Cordes Raymond 100
6 . Bryce Garnhart Shannon IL 98
7 . Joel Rust Grundy Center 97
8 . Tim Ward Gilbert AZ 97
9 . Jeff Larson Freeport IL 90
10 . Chris Abelson Sioux City 86
11 . Jordan Grabouski Beatrice NE 85
12 . Jeff James Stanton 84
13 . Ricky Thornton Jr. Chandler AZ 84
14 . Jeff Waterman Quincy IL 82
15 . Hunter Marriott Brookfield MO 76
16 . Justin Kay Wheatland 76
17 . David Wietholder Liberty IL 74
18 . Ryan Jenkins Omaha NE 72
19 . Clint Luellen Minburn 70
20 . Nick Deal Walnut 69
21 . Eric Barnes Colona IL 66
22 . Richie Gustin Gilman 65
23 . Craig Reetz Dunlap 64
24 . Brandon Beckendorf Danube MN 63
25 . Cayden Carter Oskaloosa 63
26 . Rob Toland Colona IL 59
27 . Ethan Dotson Bakersfield CA 57
28 . Jeremy Mills Garner 57
29 . J.D. Auringer Waterloo 56
30 . Jarrett Brown Ainsworth 55
31 . Shane Demey Denison 55
32 . Kyle Brown Kellogg 54
33 . Bill Roberts Jr. Burlington 53
34 . Bob Moore Sioux City 53
35 . Jim Thies Mapleton 53
36 . Josh Gilman Stuart 52
37 . Corey Dripps Waterloo 51
38 . Nick Meyer Whittemore 51
39 . Nick Roberts Des Moines 50
40 . Ronn Lauritzen Jesup 49
41 . Chris Zogg New Liberty 48
42 . Todd Boulware Jefferson SD 48
43 . Chad Andersen Omaha NE 45
44 . Rodney Sanders Happy TX 45
45 . Steve Stewart Burlington 45
46 . Johnny Scott Las Cruces NM 44
47 . Brandon Durbin Silvis IL 42
48 . Tyler Madigan Dubuque 42
49 . Brennen Chipp Waterloo 41
50 . Jeff Stephens Arion 41
51 . Mark Schulte Delhi 40
52 . Ryan Ruter Kanawha 40
53 . Shane Hiatt Rising City NE 39
54 . Sean Barragan Sioux City 38
55 . Austin Moyer Dubuque 37
56 . Carter Vandenberg Oskaloosa 37
57 . Darin Duffy Hazelton 37
58 . Kurt Kile West Liberty 37
59 . Matt Werner Silvis IL 37
60 . Brad Waits Rochester MN 36
61 . Bruce Hanford Davenport 36
62 . Michael Long Fowler IL 36
63 . Milo Veloz Jr. Colona IL 35
64 . Scott Hogan Vinton 35
65 . Anthony Roth Columbus NE 34
66 . Brandon Monson Harlan 34
67 . Lucas Schott Chatfield MN 34
68 . Mark Elliott Webster City 34
69 . Nate Hughes Humboldt 34
70 . Colby Springsteen Wapello 33
71 . Shawn Deering Quincy IL 33
72 . Cody Knecht Whittemore 32
73 . Dennis LaVeine Burlington 32
74 . Jim Cole Sioux City 32
75 . Tad Reutzel Burt 32
76 . Chris Mills Sioux City 31
77 . Greg Durbin Silvis IL 31
78 . Mike Densberger Lincoln NE 31
79 . Stormy Scott Las Cruces NM 31
80 . Derrick Stewart Ainsworth 30
81 . Bob Zoubek Dorchester NE 29
82 . Brandon Davis Hayfield MN 29
83 . Josh Angst Rochester MN 29
84 . Kenny Kostenbader Freeport IL 28
85 . Shadren Turner St. Joseph MO 28
86 . Clayton Christensen Spencer 27
87 . Jeff Wiggens Greenfield 27
88 . Josh Most Red Oak 27
89 . Terry Phillips Springfield MO 27
90 . Todd Van Eaton Prescott 27
91 . Zack VanderBeek New Sharon 27
92 . Chris Lawrence 26
93 . Jason Fisher Lakefield MN 26
94 . Kevin Blackburn Fulton MO 26
95 . Matt Bodman Muscatine 26
96 . Matthew Meinecke Madrid 25
97 . Scott Olson Ellsworth 25
98 . Zach Less Manchester 25
99 . Brandon Rothzen Raritan IL 24
100 . Darwin Karau Kasson MN 24
101 . Jake Timm Winona MN 24
102 . Mitch Morris Long Grove 24
103 . Nate Wasmund Rochester MN 24
104 . Travis Denning Sterling IL 24
105 . Eric Elliott Boone 23
106 . Jacob Hobscheidt Nehawka NE 23
107 . Jimmy Gustin Marshalltown 23
108 . Austin Wolf Algona 22
109 . Chad Clancy Polo MO 22
110 . Dustin Sorenson Rochester MN 22
111 . Jason Schneiders Sioux City 22
112 . Chad Ten Napel Hawarden 21
113 . Jed Freiburger Dubuque 21
114 . Kyle Strickler Mooresville NC 21
115 . Dakota Simmons Douds 20
116 . Dan Menk Franklin MN 20
117 . Ray Bollinger Kewanee IL 20
118 . Richard Spriggs Savannah MO 20
119 . Rob Hughes Humboldt 20
120 . Ron Ver Beek Oskaloosa 20
121 . Ryan Topf Charter Oak 20
122 . Brad Bergren Stanton 19
123 . Jason Cummins New Richland MN 19
124 . Jason Pershy Colona IL 19
125 . Jesse Rogotzke Sanborn MN 19
126 . Mark Noble Blooming Prairie MN 19
127 . Ryan Gustin Marshalltown 19
128 . Tony Hofbauer Huxley 19
129 . Derek Thompson Monroe WI 18
130 . Joel Bushore Boone 18
131 . Joel Callahan Dubuque 18
132 . Josh Truman Indianola 18
133 . Justin Gregg Hastings NE 18
134 . Randy Foote Stanton 18
135 . Adam Hensel Baldwin WI 17
136 . Ben Nading Ankeny 17
137 . Dan Nelson Holmesville NE 17
138 . Don Gerritsen Jr. Rock Rapids 17
139 . Jordan Hicks Lost Nation 17
140 . Justin Sackett Moville 17
141 . Matt Gansen Zwingle 17
142 . Mike VanGenderen Newton 17
143 . Travis Hatcher Honey Creek 17
144 . Chris Palsrok Sibley 16
145 . Keegan Nordquist Beresford SD 16
146 . Logan Anderson Eddyville 16
147 . Mike Fryer Freeport IL 16
148 . Dean McGee Galesburg IL 15
149 . Jim Sandusky Coal Valley IL 15
150 . Josh Foster Newton 15
151 . Josh Ruby Lakota 15
152 . Mike Burbridge Delhi 15
153 . Patrick Flannagan Cedar Rapids 15
154 . Bill Crimmins Fort Dodge 14
155 . Brad Diercks Clarence 14
156 . Brandon Banks Washington 14
157 . Chad Holladay Muscatine 14
158 . Cory Wray Trenton MO 14
159 . Jacob Bleess Chatfield MN 14
160 . Racer Hulin Laurel 14
161 . Ray Cox Jr. Maquoketa 14
162 . Christopher Elliott Webster City 13
163 . Jacob Murray Hartford 13
164 . Johnny Saathoff Beatrice NE 13
165 . Keith Foss Winona MN 13
166 . Mat Hollerich Good Thunder MN 13
167 . Oliver Kollofski Fairmont MN 13
168 . R.J. Merchant Sioux City 13
169 . Steve Grotz Quincy IL 13
170 . Cody Laney Torrance CA 12
171 . Dan Brockert Grandview 12
172 . David Brown Kellogg 12
173 . Doug Crampton Rock Island IL 12
174 . Dustin Smith Taylor Ridge IL 12
175 . Dylan Smith Osceola NE 12
176 . Jim Richert Springfield MN 12
177 . Justin Wulf Arlington NE 12
178 . Kory Meyer Big Rock 12
179 . Ricky Stephan South Sioux City NE 12
180 . Ryan DeShaw Farley 12
181 . Jason Briese Cleghorn 11
182 . Jason Schueller Dubuque 11
183 . Jordy Nelson Marysville KS 11
184 . Josh May DeSoto 11
185 . Mitch Boles New London 11
186 . Alex Reetz Dunlap 10
187 . Jaden Fryer Freeport IL 10
188 . James Slawson Spirit Lake 10
189 . Joe Horgdal Kasson MN 10
190 . Joey Gower Quincy IL 10
191 . Josh Newman Fulton MO 10
192 . Kevin Stoa Albert Lea MN 10
193 . Larry Herring Lone Tree 10
194 . Matt Short Maquoketa 10
195 . Nate Thompson Fremont NE 10
196 . Randy Havlik Ankeny 10
197 . Russ Dickerson Ames 10
198 . Scott Simatovich State Center 10
199 . Ben Kraus Garner 9
200 . Blake Arndt Brownsdale MN 9
201 . Garrett Wilson Carlisle 9
202 . Jon Snyder Ames 9
203 . Josh Rogotzke Sanborn MN 9
204 . Kyle Madden Oxford 9
205 . Nick Marolf Moscow 9
206 . R.C. Whitwell Tucson AZ 9
207 . Spencer Havermale Quincy IL 9
208 . Trey Kline Schleswig 9
209 . Aaron Benson Clear Lake 8
210 . Bob Dominacki Bettendorf 8
211 . Cory Crapser Chippewa Falls MN 8
212 . Craig Crawford Geneseo IL 8
213 . Dereck Ramirez Woodward OK 8
214 . Dugan Thye Burlington 8
215 . Eric Dailey Armstrong 8
216 . Greg Pfeifer Jr. Brownsdale MN 8
217 . Harvey Vandeweerd Alton 8
218 . Jason Wolla Ray ND 8
219 . Mark Enk St. Ann MO 8
220 . Nathan Hall Silvis IL 8
221 . Steven Bowers Jr. Topeka KS 8
222 . Tim Hamburg Dixon IL 8
223 . Tyler Limoges Redwood Falls MN 8
224 . Tyler Prochaska Iowa Falls 8
225 . Aaron Krohn Slayton MN 7
226 . Cameron Kuxhouse 7
227 . Clay Hale Cameron MO 7
228 . D.J. Shannon Merced CA 7
229 . Dalton Magers Redwood Falls MN 7
230 . Jared Fuller Memphis MO 7
231 . Jared Hoefelman Columbus NE 7
232 . Jesse Sobbing Malvern 7
233 . Mark Leiting Lincoln NE 7
234 . Timmy Current Bernard 7
235 . Tony Cox Ames 7
236 . Charlie Steinberg Kasson MN 6
237 . Chase Ellingsen Williams 6
238 . Chris Simpson Marion
          NBA: Warriors, Nuggets et Raptors consolident, Cleveland s'enfonce      Cache   Translate Page      
Les Golden State Warriors, emmenés par un prolifique Klay Thompson, ont conforté leur siège de leader de la conférence Ouest lundi soir en engrangeant une huitième victoire consécutive en NBA, tandis que Toronto poursuit sa promenade de santé à l'Est. Bien aidés aussi par ses stars Kevin Durant (22 points) et Stephen Curry (19), en plus des 28 points de Thompson, les Warriors se sont confortablement imposés 117-101 face aux Grizzlies de Memphis, malgré un début de match apathique. Les deux équipes étaient à égalité parfaite (58-58) à la mi-temps, avant que la franchise californienne n'accélère le rythme sur le troisième quart-temps pour prendre un avantage décisif.
          Tennessee man gets life in prison for officer’s killing      Cache   Translate Page      

MEMPHIS, Tenn. (AP) — A man convicted of first-degree murder in the fatal shooting of a police officer in Tennessee has been sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole. Shelby County judge Lee Coffee read the sentence for 41-year-old Tremaine Wilbourn on Tuesday after a jury recommended the punishment. Prosecutors had sought […]
           Kevin Durant, Klay Thompson Highlights vs. Memphis Grizzlies       Cache   Translate Page      
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          Great Home, Move in Ready!!!! | $26,000 | Memphis, TN      Cache   Translate Page      
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As Is Sale. Owner Occupant or Investor. Great home,3/1 MOVE in Ready!!! No Carpet here, Nice and Spacious Large Front and Backyard. Private Backyard has a huge Deck, great for entertaining family and friends. Home has Central Heat. Nice neighborhood near shopping and schools. Seller Seller will review all reasonable offers. Cash Offers must show Proof of funds. Quick Close!! *** Cash Offer only***
          Investor's Dream!! Rented $1000 per mo | $79,500 | Memphis, TN      Cache   Translate Page      
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As IS Sale- Rented $500 each side, =$1000 mo, 2 beds/1ba each side, New roof, laundry area, living room, dining room, laundry room. ***Tenants in place*** Do Not Disturb** Drive by to make offer. No Showings, until Seller accepts offer. Part Carpet, part vinyl hardwood flooring each side, caged AC Condensers each side, New Central Air, New Vinyl siding. Cash buyers must show proof of funds. Seller will review all reasonable offers.
          Investor's Dream!! Rented $500 per mo | $48,500 | Memphis, TN      Cache   Translate Page      
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AS IS Sale-Leased no lease, managed by seller. *** Do Not Disturb Tenant*** Drive by to Make Offers, Use Due diligence to view with accepted offer. Cash offers must show proof of funds. ***No Showings unless buyer accepts the offer*** Seller prefers Quick Close, Make an offer!!!
          Where are my Investors??? | $39,500 | Memphis, TN      Cache   Translate Page      
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AS IS Sale.***Tenants in Place Do Not Disturb*** Drive by to make offer and use Due Diligence to view with written accepted offer only. New Roof, Central Heat, Upgraded Electric Box, Upgraded Plumbing. Rented at $480 per month*** No recent rehab , in need of a few cosmetic repairs. Already income flowing.
          Investor's Dream!! Rented $600 per mo | $32,500 | Memphis, TN      Cache   Translate Page      
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AS IS Sale. *** Tenants in Place DO Not Disturb*** Drive by to make offer. Use due diligence to view with written offer only.(Tenant in place 3 years , Professionally Managed )~Rented $600 per month. Roof 3 1/2 years old, Electrical Upgraded, Central Heat, Upgraded Plumbing***Seller is also Selling 2148 Wabash*** Zoned Commercial, but land use Residential. This home has space for days. No recent rehab. Needs a few repairs. Income flowing.
          Investor or Owner Occupant | $69,000 | Memphis, TN      Cache   Translate Page      
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As IS Sale, perfect for home owner or investor. Seller is motivated to sell and will review all reasonable offers. Lets make a Deal!! Just minutes from Downtown, Millington, Schools and the Interstate. Cash or Conventional Sale. Seller also selling 1631 Ontario, 3155 Given and 3853 Early. Will sell as Package or Individually. Cash offers must show Proof of Funds.
          State Regent Visits Four Area DAR Chapters in Memphis      Cache   Translate Page      
State MSSDAR (Missouri State Society DAR) Regent, Cynthia Suich was honored October 7, 2018 by four area DAR Chapters with a morning reception held at the Christian Church in Memphis. Local Chapters honoring her were Ann Helm, DAR of Adair County; Schuyler County Chapter, DAR; Clark County Chapter, DAR; and Jauflione Chapter of Scotland County. […]
          Azen Jolly Timers Install New officers at October Meeting      Cache   Translate Page      
On October 3, 2018 the Azen Jolly Timers met for their October meeting at the Methodist Church in Memphis. The meeting was called to order by Baileigh Phillips. Pledges were lead by Zada and Cora Ketchum. Roll call was answered with “Favorite Halloween Candy.” There were 34 members, two leaders, and 23 others present. The […]
          Aaron Dale Appointed West Ward Alderman at November Memphis City Council Meeting      Cache   Translate Page      
The Board of Aldermen of the City of Memphis met in regular session on Thursday, November 1, 2018 at 6:30 p.m. in Memphis City Hall.  Mayor William Reckenberg called the meeting to order.  Aldermen answering present were:  Tom Glass and Chris Feeney; Alderman Lucas Remley was absent.  Others in attendance were:  City Supt. Roy Monroe; […]
          MARY L. BENNETT (8/15/1934 – 10/31/2018)      Cache   Translate Page      
Mary L. Bennett, 84 of Edina, MO, formally of rural Memphis, passed away October 31, 2018, at Blessing Hospital in Quincy IL.  She was born August 15, 1934 in Scotland County, Missouri to Andrew Clayton and Mabel Jeffreys Fogle in Scotland Co., MO. On June 24, 1954 she was united in marriage to Lewis Nelson […]
          Morning Song – Dear James Medley      Cache   Translate Page      
Answer: The best fan letter James Brown ever received. Question: What is the “Dear James Medley” from The Mar-Keys’ (fabulous) 1966 album, The Great Memphis Sound?
          Mission's Tortilla Route, Southaven, MS in Memphis Tennessee      Cache   Translate Page      


Mission’s Tortilla Route for sale in the Southaven, Mississippi region for $88,900! Currently generating $354,536 in yearly sales and nets $60,517. Distributorship and territory are purchased through seller and contracted through Mission Foods. Mission Foods currently distributes its well-known brand of tortillas, chips, and more. This route currently has 11 accounts delivering to popular grocery stores. For more details and financing options go HERE: http://routesforsale.net/mission-tortilla-route-southaven-mississippi.html.
          The changing world (215) Aug 1998      Cache   Translate Page      
Aug 1st Wedding of Christine wells and Christopher Rinaldi at Laeaham Parish Church then Wraysbury Village hall . I did grace and Hausa blessing.
2nd        Preached on The bread of life. Good music group from Memphis, PCA. Paid granted for his Metro.
5th         Housegroup at Margery's. She has agreed to chemotherapy.
6th         David back from Birmingham to prepare to be best man for Richard in Nottingham.
8th         Took Deb to Shelford. Drove to Harrogate. Geoffrey took us for illegal T-bone steak at The Drovers. The landlord was charged by trading standards. he opted for jury trial hoping for a reverse verdict from a sympathetic jury. But before it was due in court the law was abolished prohibiting meat on the bone.
9th          Took Dorothy to Thirsk Methodist. Awful liberal woman speaking. Visited Neil and Vera. Dorothy wanted to be home by 3pm so we went on to Muker, Hawes, Kettlewell and Nixons at Kanaresborough.
10th           Took Dorothy to Aysgarth, Keld, Wensleydale Cheese centre, Hawse, Low Row.
11th           Picked up deb at Shelford. Miriam upset she is to be made redundant. Rachel happy in new work despite mental health this time. David delivering paint. Very hot.
12th           Packed for Austria, out first European holiday.
13th           Oak Hall coach through Channel tunnel and France through the night.
14th           We are in a wealthy Austrian ski resort. Sunburned by the pool.
15th            To Salzburg, cathedral, shops, Mozart birthplace, funicular railway.
16th            Two services. Day by the pool.
17th             Raadstadt via Zul am Zee lake. Very hot. Opted out of Oak Hall devotions.
18th             To Hauser linley via cable car. Excellent views. My snack which I thought has grated cheese blew my head off with it being horseradish. Breakfasts and lunches are boring here and booze is banned.
19th             Down salt mine. 28 killed by Omagh bomb.
20th             Boat trip on Holstein lake. Bad Ischl but did nor see where WWI declaration was signed. Saw where Bruckner was organist and Lehar wrote.Climbed hill to what I thought was Calvin Kirke only to find it was the RC Calvaria Kirke.
21st            Finding the food insipidly English.
22nd           Coach through Germany and France to Victoria where David met us. Rachel with Joanne in Coventry.
23rd            SC on Ps 57 then evening on NT use of OT. David preached twice at Surbiton Baptist. Rachel back home from Coventry.
24th             Last week at mattock lane.
25th             Deb has passed her course with merit.
26th             Ran into back of a car with my bike and his back light cost me £166.67. Housegroup.
28th             Russel's surgery gave me lunch and bubbly. Granville Harvester to celebrate deb's results.
29th             My last day at mattock Lane. All the others to Great Shelford.
30th             Grandad here with his sister Myra from Canada. Kurt Peistrup to lunch and Melissa part of a team from Birmingham Alabama who took the evening service.




          Albert Goldman: Elvis - Jelenlegi ára: 560 Ft      Cache   Translate Page      
Albert Goldman: Elvis
Raktári szám: 009730
ISBN: 9630736764
Kiadás éve: 1985
Kiadó: Európa Könyvkiadó
Méret: 145*200 mm, 642 oldal
Állapot: vászonkötés, védőborítóval, könyvtári könyv volt, jó
Albert Godlman megírta Elvis Presley hiteles életrajzát - egy sztár és egy szimbólum, egy amerikai álom és egy serdülőkori ábránd biográfiáját, az energia és bőség korszakának történetét. A szupersztár prototípusaként, az amerikai popkultúra katalizátoraként ábrázolja Presleyt - akit istenítettek és elítéltek, aki köré mítoszt szőttek, mikor a rock-korszak királyaként uralkodott. Háromévi kutatás és körülbelül hatszáz interjú után, századunk popkultúrájának fenoménjáról ez a könyv mondja el először a teljes igazságot, ügyesen vegyítve a megdöbbentő felfedezéseket a pompás kultúrtörténeti eszmefuttatásokkal. Albert Goldman regényírói tehetséggel jeleníti meg Elvis Presley tündöklését és hanyatlását. Az embert és a mítoszt Memphis és Las Vegas, vallásos hiedelmek és rózsaszín Cadillacek, a fehér gospel, a Rhythm & Blues meg a rock and roll fényében állítja elénk. Megidézi a kort és az akkori életet - a cselszövéseket és a trükköket, a pénzzel és a hatalommal való manipulálást, a dekadenciát és a bomlást, a szórakoztatóipar életének minden arcát. Elvis Presley 1935. jaunár 8-án született. Most volna ötvenéves.
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Albert Goldman: Elvis
Jelenlegi ára: 560 Ft
Az aukció vége: 2099-01-01 00:00
          Recreation Therapy Asst - Intellectual Disability Unit      Cache   Translate Page      
Acadia Healthcare - Memphis, TN - - Organizes activities for patients. - 1 year experience in a behavioral health setting. - Works with treatment team in implementation of the treatment and programs. - Plans parties and special events as requested. - Plans activity/recreation program for patients, meeting ind...
          Woman fleeing ‘demons’ dies after crashing stolen truck with family, friend inside      Cache   Translate Page      
ATOKA, Tenn. — A Tennessee mother was killed in a wreck Monday after authorities say she stole a county-owned truck from Memphis, put her daughter and adopted children inside, and drove to Arkansas because they were “possessed by demons.” The Pulaski County Sheriff’s Office said  41-year-old Rosalind Craig was killed around 5:30 a.m. when the Chevrolet Silverado she was driving slammed head-on into a Union Pacific utility truck on a two-lane road north of Little Rock.  A witness said Craig’s […]
          Hot-shooting Jamal Murray leads Nuggets against Grizzlies      Cache   Translate Page      
MEMPHIS -- Jamal Murray will take his hot shooting hand on the road Wednesday night when the Denver Nuggets visit the Memphis Grizzlies.
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          Accessories: Red Bear, V-Pick, Clawhammer Picks       Cache   Translate Page      
Ad #131249 posted Tue, 06 Nov 2018 22:38:38 CDT - Picks For Sale: Top Row: Three new Memphis Belle (heavy gauge and concave shape) V-picks (sold as lot of 3) $10 Row 2: Used Heavy Red Bear C in "Jade" with grip holes, slightly rounded points, round bevel (not left or right bevel): $8 Used He ...


          MPD Director Refutes ‘False Narrative’ About Officers' Actions      Cache   Translate Page      

Memphis Police Department (MPD) director Michael Rallings said Tuesday there is a “false narrative” regarding the actions of officers.


“This narrative is problematic and can have negative consequences and jeopardize public safety,” Rallings said. “Given our environment and the national climate, I thought it was of utmost importance to present you the facts regarding incidents in Memphis.”


Rallings said in the past the media has reported that 95 percent of Tennessee’s officer-involved shootings take place in Shelby County, but based on information that the Tennessee Bureau of Investigations (TBI) has provided that is “not even close to being correct.”


There have been 43 officer-involved shootings investigated by TBI statewide; three of those shootings or 6.9 percent involved MPD officers, Rallings said. MPD officers hardly use any type of force, he said. 


“We rarely have an incident where officers use deadly force,” Rallings said. “In all actuality, officers only responded to resistance 1.2 percent of the time in 2017. That’s a very sharp contrast to the 200 homicides recorded in 2017.”



Rallings also said that in 2017, excessive force reports from citizens were down.


In the past seven years, there have been 11 officer-involved shootings in the county. Three were fatal. Since 2011, Rallings said there has been a 73 percent decrease in officer-involved shootings.

Ralling’s comments came during a Memphis City Council committee discussion on the TBI investigating all officer-involved shootings — both fatal and non-fatal.


Rallings said he worries that if TBI does this for Memphis, it will have to implement the same policy for the entire state, which based on his conversations with TBI, without having more staff, the Bureau would not be able to do.


The council will vote on a resolution supporting the involvement of TBI in all officer shootings at its meeting in two weeks.


The Shelby County Board of Commission already approved a similar resolution 7-4 at its meeting last week.


This comes after the TBI stepped in to investigate the officer-involved shooting of Martavious Banks in September. Banks was was shot by three officers who did not have their body cameras turned on at the time of the shooting.


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Edmund Ford Jr., who was recently elected as a Shelby County Commissioner and is currently serving his last two weeks on the Memphis City Council, was named the Memphis Public Libraries’ new financial literacy coordinator Monday.

Dan Springer, the city's deputy director of media affairs said Ford's role is a newly-created position at the library. The salary is $78,000 per annum. 


A statement from the city on Ford’s new position reads:


“We are pleased to announce the addition of Dr. Edmund Ford, Jr. as our new Financial Literacy Coordinator. Our libraries have long been a central hub of learning, and this position will offer Memphians another important avenue towards financial freedom and stability.


Financial Literacy is one of the cornerstones to help lift citizens out of poverty. Dr. Ford will focus his work with the most impoverished and highest needs citizens primarily in the North and South Memphis areas. As Budget Chair on City Council, Dr. Ford demonstrated his passion for knowledge and strong financial background. Now, he will be able to share that with the greater community.”

Springer said the position is net-neutral, budget-wise, as "there was already a vacancy at the library."


Ford, who is also employed as a teacher for Shelby County Schools, was elected to the county commission in August, and has yet to resign from the city council.


          Man Arrested for Recording Police Interaction at Mall      Cache   Translate Page      

A Memphis man was arrested at the Wolfchase Galleria on Saturday for videotaping an incident between Memphis Police Department (MPD) officers and two young black men, which was sparked by the mall's no hoodie policy.


The 59-year-old African American man, Kevin McKenzie who is a former reporter for The Commercial Appeal, documented his arrest and the incidents leading up to it in a Facebook post.

"I witnessed a mall-to-prison pipeline in action and I will not support it," McKenzie wrote.


The incident began when McKenzie noticed a mall security guard following a group of young black men through the mall, according to his Facebook post. The men were then escorted off the premises for violating the mall’s no hoodie policy. However, they soon returned.


When they returned, McKenzie, who recorded the exchange, said they were met with MPD officers and were told they would be arrested for criminal trespassing if they did not leave.


“For reasons I didn’t hear, one young man in what appeared to be a nylon blue and white jacket with a hood that was not on his head was handcuffed by a Memphis officer and led away as my video rolled,” McKenzie wrote. “That’s when a black sheriff’s deputy approached me and told me I also was breaking the mall’s rules.”

McKenzie was asked to put his phone away and stop recording, and then told he would be arrested if he didn’t leave the mall.


“Before I could respond, he twisted my arms behind me and placed me in handcuffs and marched me down the escalator to a back office at the mall,” McKenzie said.”


McKenzie, who was ultimately issued a misdemeanor citation, told the officers that the mall’s policy is discriminatory. However, the officers argued that that policy is set by the group that owns the mall, the Indianapolis-based Simon Property Group.

A statement from Wolfchase said the policy is to promote a safe environment and that Saturday’s incident was handled by MPD, to which all questions should be directed.


The full statement reads: “Wolfchase Galleria is focused on providing a safe environment for all customers and employees. We require customers to not conceal their identity while on mall property as a matter of public safety. It is important that our security cameras and security personnel be able to see the faces of everyone on property.


Mall security personnel respectfully ask all customers concealing their identity to conform to the policy. Police are only called if a customer refuses or becomes belligerent. In this instance, a Memphis Police Department officer repeatedly requested the individual to remove his 'hoodie.' He did not comply with this directive and was removed from the mall. The incident on Saturday night was managed by the MPD and we refer all questions about the circumstances to MPD.”


Officials with MPD did not immediately respond to the Flyer’s inquiry about the incident.


This story has been updated with a statement from Wolfchase Galleria.

          ON YOUR FEET Dances Into Walton Arts Center      Cache   Translate Page      

Of course On Your Feet!, the hit Broadway musical based on the life of Grammy-winning power couple Gloria and Emilio Estefan, is full of great music. But when the show comes to Walton Arts Center Dec. 4-9, audiences will also connect with their love story, admire their perseverance in the face of adversity and celebrate their comeback.

Gloria Estefan has sold more than 100 million records and sold out stadiums around the world. Together the Estefans have won 26 Grammy Awards, and in 2018 they received the Library of Congress Gershwin Prize for Popular Song - but their music is only half the story.

On Your Feet! follows the Estefans' journey from Cuba to superstardom, set to their chart-topping, smash hits including "Rhythm Is Gonna Get You," "Conga," "1-2-3," "Get On Your Feet," "Mi Tierra," Don't Want To Lose You Now" and "Reach," in addition to an original song written by Gloria and her daughter, Emily Estefan.

On Your Feet! is directed by two-time Tony Award winner Jerry Mitchell (Kinky Boots, Hairspray) and choreographed by Tony Award nominee & Olivier Award winner Sergio Trujillo (Jersey Boys, Memphis), with an original book by Academy Award-winner Alexander Dinelaris (Birdman, The Bodyguard Musical).

Tickets start at $38 plus applicable fees and can be purchased in-person at the Walton Arts Center Box Office, by calling 479.443.5600 or by visiting waltonartscenter.org. Patrons also can get reserved parking for $7 when they purchase their show tickets.

Walton Arts Center is Arkansas' largest and busiest performing arts presenter. Each year more than 195,000 people from Arkansas, Missouri, Kansas and Oklahoma and beyond attend more than 400 events at Walton Arts Center, including performances, rehearsals, community gatherings, receptions, weddings and more. Approximately 45,000 students and teachers participate annually in arts learning programs at Walton Arts Center, and almost 200 volunteers donate 21,000 hours of time each year to its operations. Walton Arts Center presents entertainers and artists from around the world including Broadway musicals, renowned dance companies, International Artists, up-and-coming jazz musicians and more. As a non-profit organization, Walton Arts Center enjoys the generous support of public sector funding, corporate sponsorship and private donors who help bring world-class arts experiences to Northwest Arkansas. To learn more about Walton Arts Center, visit www.waltonartscenter.org.


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Yahoo! Sports - Klay Thompson scored 27 points as the Golden State Warriors stretched their winning streak to eight games with a 117-101 victory over the Memphis Grizzlies on Monday. Thompson was one of five Warriors players in double-digits as the NBA champions overcame a sluggish start to wrap up a comfortable...
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Memphis opens Hardaway era with 76-61 win over Tenn. Tech
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          Tennessee family finds incredibly rare albino raccoon      Cache   Translate Page      
A potential pest problem resulted in one of the most unlikely discoveries imaginable, and it all started when a Tennessee family called a wildlife management company because something had been breaking into their bird feeders. Members of Alpha Wildlife set up traps after spotting raccoon footprints and asked the homeowner to contact them later. The next morning the homeowners got an incredible surprise. There, in one of the traps, was an albino raccoon, an animal so rare that you're more likely to get struck by lightning than to casually stumble upon across one. The animal's coloring is certainly rare, but the animal was otherwise unremarkable. It was estimated to weigh between 25 and 30 pounds, and is thought to be around three years old. An albino raccoon is born approximately once every 750,000 births, so your chances of ever actually seeing one in person are next to zero. Alpha Wildlife's Matthew Caldwell called the discovery "thrilling" in an interview, noting the animal's rarity. His company specializes in relocating troublesome critters, but he'd never come across an albino raccoon before. As for the fate of the little fella, Alpha Wildlife reportedly relocated him to a forested wildlife area. He'll be free to live out his days being all ghostly white and totally adorable, though he won't find any bird feeders out there, which might bum him out a bit. Albinism is a complicated condition that can have different effects depending on the species of animal in question. Some animals suffer hardships due to the lack of pigmentation in their skin or hair, especially those that benefit from natural camouflage that disappears in albino animals. Let's all wish this little guy the best of luck!
          My Father Sings . . . City of New Orleans      Cache   Translate Page      
Steve Goodman wrote this song, but Dad says Arlo Guthrie sings it better. When Dad sings it, there's usually a catch and repeat at "I'll be gone -- I'll be gone -- I'll be gone five hundred miles when the day is done, " while Dad reaches for the tricky chord change there.



* * *



Riding on the City of New Orleans,
Illinois Central, Monday morning rail,
Fifteen cars and fifteen restless riders,
Three conductors and twenty-five sacks of mail.
All along the southbound odyssey:
The train pulled out at Kankakee
And rolls along past houses, farms and fields,
Passin' trains that have no names
And freight yards full of old black men
And the graveyards of the rusted automobiles.
Good morning, America!
How are ya?
Say, don't you know me? I'm your native son.
I'm the train they call the City of New Orleans
And I'll be gone five hundred miles when the day is done
Dealin' card games with the old men in the club car,
Penny a point ain't no one keepin' score.
Pass the paper bag that holds the bottle.
Feel the wheels rumblin' 'neath the floor
And the sons of Pullman Porters
And the sons of engineers
Ride their father's magic carpet made of steel.
Mothers with their babes asleep
Are rockin' to the gentle beat
And the rhythm of the rails is all they feel.
Good morning, America!
How are ya?
Say, don't you know me? I'm your native son.
I'm the train they call the City of New Orleans
I'll be gone five hundred miles when the day is done
Nighttime on the City of New Orleans:
Changing cars in Memphis, Tennessee,
Half way home, we'll be there by morning
Through the Mississippi darkness,
Rolling down to the sea.
But all the towns and people seem
To fade into a bad dream
And the steel rails still ain't heard the news.
The conductor sings his songs again:
"The passengers will please refrain . . . "
This train has got the disappearing railroad blues.
Good night, America. 
How are you?
Say, don't you know me? I'm your native son.
I'm the train they call the City of New Orleans
I'll be gone five hundred miles when the day is done

Songwriters: Steve Goodman

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          Construction on new hospital in West Memphis complete, should open in December      Cache   Translate Page      

Construction on the new Baptist Memorial Hospital-Crittenden County is virtually complete, employees have been hired, and the hospital is slated to open Dec. 3, BMHCC President and CEO Brian Welton...

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          West Memphis could get $200 million hotel and convention center if casino measure passes      Cache   Translate Page      

If the casino ballot initiative passes in Arkansas on Tuesday (Nov. 6), Delaware North, the parent company of Southland Gaming and Racing, will attempt to build a hotel and convention...

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          Tigers 76, Tennessee Tech 61      Cache   Translate Page      
On an election night when Tennessee remained red, FedExForum turned decidedly blue in support of a rookie college basketball coach. An announced crowd of 15,231 — the largest for a Memphis Tiger game since February 2016 — witnessed the program's first victory under the watch of Anfernee "Penny" Hardaway. Senior forward Kyvon Davenport scored a career high 30 points and pulled down 10 rebounds to lead the way while senior guard Jeremiah Martin contributed 18 points. Ten Tigers played at least 11 minutes to help Hardaway earn his first college win.

"We're grateful and honored to be part of this era that we know will last a long time," said Martin after the game. "There's room for improvement. We have a lot of freshmen. But everything counts now. We seniors need to be there for [the freshmen]. We were locked in the first 15 minutes. If we can hold that for another 25 minutes, we'll be good."

Martin scored 10 of his points in the game's first five minutes, fueled by — and fueling — the raucous crowd. The Tigers led 22-10 not quite midway through the first half and weren't threatened the rest of the way, despite the Golden Eagles commanding the glass with 42 rebounds to the Tigers' 35. Memphis played at a frenetic pace, though, taking 74 shots (22 more than Tennessee Tech) and forcing 26 turnovers.

"Really crazy game, but we'll take the win," said Hardaway. "The first half was good, then everything went downhill. Our seniors stabilized us. Freshmen were being freshmen tonight. We'll continue to lean on Kyvon and Jeremiah, our senior leadership. We've been really hard on Kyvon in practice because he's pretty laid back. We know he's going to take care of business on the floor, but we need him more vocal. [He may not always get] 30 and 10, but he's a double-double machine."

The win is tantalizing, somewhat ironically, for all that was missing from the Tigers' attack. Still nursing a back ailment, Mike Parks didn't play, further tilting the frontcourt advantage to the Golden Eagles. Junior transfer Isaiah Maurice didn't make the impact he did in the Tigers' two exhibition wins (one field goal and three rebounds in 11 minutes). Freshmen sharpshooters Tyler Harris and David Wingett combined to miss all 10 of their three-point attempts. And foul trouble limited freshmen swingman Antwann Jones to 12 minutes (three points, three rebounds). Improved play from any of these five will make the Tigers significantly more dangerous.

Senior guard Kareem Brewton came off the bench and finished a team-high +19 in 16 minutes with seven points and five steals. Freshman Alex Lomax scored eight points and led Memphis with four assists.

"We were six for 24 from three," noted Hardaway, "and they were open looks. They just didn't make them tonight. We're gonna make them. We need to go over our principles offensively and what we want defensively. We have a tough game [at LSU] on the road next week, and we need to prepare."

Hardaway said he still hasn't been hit with the pregame anxiety he anticipated with the arrival of his first season as a college coach. He attended the postgame press conference with a game ball signed by every player, a memento he intends to keep in his office at the Laurie-Walton Family Basketball Center. As for his sideline demeanor, the 47-year-old rookie looked like a seasoned veteran. "I stayed calm," he said. "We play a lot of freshmen, and you want them to stay calm. Not get over-excited. I'm gonna try and stay even-keeled, and not get too animated."
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NBA Wednesday FAVORITE LINE O/U UNDERDOG Detroit 1½ (211½) at ORLANDO at CLEVELAND OFF (OFF) Oklahoma City New York 1 (222½) at ATLANTA at MIAMI OFF (OFF) San Antonio Denver 3½ (206) at MEMPHIS at NEW ORLEANS 10 (230½) Chicago at INDIANA 2½ (216) Philadelphia at UTAH OFF (OFF) Dallas at SACRAMENTO OFF (OFF) Toronto at LA LAKERS OFF (OFF) Minnesota COLLEGE BASKETBALL Wednesday FAVORITE LINE UNDERDOG at CINCINNATI 5½ Ohio State National Hockey League Wednesday FAVORITE LINE UNDERDOG LINE at WASHINGTON -120 Pittsburgh +110 Nashville -117 at COLORADO +107 at ANAHEIM OFF Calgary OFF College Football Wednesday FAVORITE OPEN TODAY O/U UNDERDOG Ohio 2 3½ (61½) at MIAMI (OHIO) at N ILLINOIS 2 3 (55½) Toledo Thursday at NC STATE 16 17 (69) Wake Forest Friday at SYRACUSE 21½ 21 (69) Louisville Fresno St PK 3 (54) at BOISE ST Saturday at HOUSTON 7 4½ (69) Temple Michigan 36 39 (48½) at RUTGERS at PITTSBURGH 4 3 (51½) Virginia Tech Clemson 15½ 20 (58½) at BOSTON COLLEGE at TEXAS A&M 13 11½ (67) Mississippi Kentucky 3 6 (42½) at TENNESSEE BYU 13½ 14 (57½) at UMASS at VIRGINIA 24½ 23½ (58) Liberty at GEORGIA SOUTHERN 2 PK (48) Troy at IOWA ST 14 14½ (51) Baylor at UCF 25 25½ (63) Navy at WEST VIRGINIA 13½ 13 (56) TCU at GEORGIA TECH 2 3½ (55½) Miami at KANSAS ST 11½ 12 (45½) Kansas at E. MICHIGAN 13 12½ (44½) Akron at INDIANA 2 2½ (55) Maryland SMU 16 19 (66) at UCONN at DUKE 12 10½ (56½) North Carolina at OKLAHOMA 17 18½ (76½) Oklahoma St at IOWA 11 10 (46½) Northwestern at CINCINNATI 7 12 (57) South Florida Arkansas St 5 7 (61) at COASTAL CAROLINA at TULANE 14½ 13½ (55½) East Carolina at UTAH 4 3½ (56½) Oregon Washington St 4 6½ (61) at COLORADO at MARSHALL 14 14½ (44½) Charlotte North Texas 12½ 14½ (66) at OLD DOMINION at CENT. MICHIGAN 8½ 7 (51½) Bowling Green at NEVADA 12½ 14 (61½) Colorado St at STANFORD 22½ 24 (59½) Oregon St MIDDLE TENNESSEE 16 13½ (48) at UTEP at GEORGIA 14 14 (50) Auburn at PENN ST 9 8 (54) Wisconsin at ALABAMA 27 24½ (51½) Mississippi St at AIR FORCE 12½ 13½ (55) New Mexico at MISSOURI 15 17 (61) Vanderbilt at NEBRASKA 20½ 16 (68) Illinois Purdue 9 12 (58) at MINNESOTA at MEMPHIS 16½ 15½ (65½) Tulsa at FLORIDA 8 6½ (54) South Carolina at SOUTHERN CAL 5 5½ (48½) California Texas 1 1½ (64½) at TEXAS TECH LSU 16 13½ (47½) at ARKANSAS at UTAH ST 29½ 31 (63) San Jose St Appalachian St 21½ 20½ (48) at TEXAS STATE at LOUISIANA-LAFAYETTE 13 14 (67½) Georgia St at FAU 15 19½ (55) W Kentucky Louisiana-Monroe 3 5½ (62) at SOUTH ALABAMA at LOUISIANA TECH 26 25 (52) Rice FIU 12 10½ (49½) at UTSA at NOTRE DAME 16 17½ (54½) Florida St at UAB 11 12 (46½) Southern Miss Ohio State 5½ 3½ (53) at MICHIGAN ST at ARIZONA ST 9½ 12½ (59) UCLA at SAN DIEGO ST 18 22½ (54½) UNLV NFL Thursday FAVORITE OPEN TODAY O/U UNDERDOG at PITTSBURGH 5½ 4 (51½) Carolina Sunday at NY JETS 7½ 7½ (36½) Buffalo Atlanta 3 4 (50½) at CLEVELAND New Orleans 3½ 4½ (54) at CINCINNATI at TAMPA BAY 2 3 (51½) Washington New England 5½ 6½ (46½) at TENNESSEE at GREEN BAY 7 10 (47½) Miami at INDIANAPOLIS 1½ 3 (47) Jacksonville at CHICAGO 4 6½ (45) Detroit at KANSAS CITY 15 16½ (50) Arizona LA Chargers 10 10 (50) at OAKLAND at LA RAMS 8 10 (51) Seattle at PHILADELPHIA 6 6½ (43) Dallas Monday at SAN FRANCISCO 3 3 (43½) NY Giants
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The Elvis impersonators all show up once a year(August)in Collingwood ontario Canada.So I think people are so much wanting the "KING" to be alive that they convince themselves he really is.I am the same age as E and I really think if that were true he would not want us to behave as though he still lived.In closing I would like to say that DNA testing would clear this whole thing up(his daughter is still alive and DNA doesn't lie!!!!!!!so get off the pot and use some common sense.
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The IWA was the first wrestling promotion to have a television program nationwide. Promoters Eddie Eihorn and Pedro Martinez put together a huge talent pool that would provide a national and international promotion with more stars than any other promotion had ever done. The list of stars in this first of many to come DVD series is like a who's who of the 1970's wrestling superstars. The IWA spared no expense to give the fans only the best. Jack Reynolds was a well noted and household name for his coverage of professional wrestling. Tex McKenzie not only wrestled, but also filled in as the color analyst. Ring announcing was handled by Rick Martin, who in real life was son of promoter, Pedro Martinez, his given name was Ronnie Martinez. They all provided professional insight and knowledge of the king of sports, professional wrestling. Not that Big Time Wrestling from Detroit had to take any back seats.

Featured here are a few of the Big Time Wrestling moments with the wisdom of Veteran mic man Chuck Allen and his partner Terry Sullivan filling us in on the action and shows coming up and the latest news. But the bonus here is the Memphis match that features the silver tongue, Lance Russell. Russell was like a good friend telling you always what was on his mind. The guys on the "stick" were a huge part of thousands of Wrestling fans on Saturday morning and the golden era of the 70s.

Stars: Barb Owens, Beverly Shade, Bonnie Steel, Masked Beauty, Beautiful Bruce, Bobo Brazil, Buddy Porter, Bulldog Brower, Bulldog Don Kent, Dick The Bruiser, Dino Bravo, Dominic Denucci, Dory Funk Jr., Erik the red, Ernie Ladd, Gary Fargo, Gino Brito, Goliath, Ivan Koloff, Jerry Lawler, Karl Krupp, Kurt Von Hess, Lar Anderson, Love Bros., Luis Martinez, Mark Lewin, Martell Bros., Mighty Igor, Mil Mascaras, Nelson Royal, Ox Baxter, Pampeno Firpo, Pierre LaFive, Rick Gardner, Ron Donney, Rujet Woods, Sika Anoa'i, Sky LoLo, The Sheik, Thunderbolt Patterson, Tim Wilson, Tom Reeseman, Wendell Burgess

          Warriors’ Draymond Green leaves with foot injury; X-rays negative – ESPN      Cache   Translate Page      
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I Am A Man by Derek Ham is a VR interactive story set in 1968 Memphis that puts you in the shoes of a striking sanitation worker.

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          November 7: Jeremiah 46–48; Hebrews 4       Cache   Translate Page      

Morning: Jeremiah 46–48

Jeremiah 46–48 (Listen)

Judgment on Egypt

46 The word of the LORD that came to Jeremiah the prophet concerning the nations.

About Egypt. Concerning the army of Pharaoh Neco, king of Egypt, which was by the river Euphrates at Carchemish and which Nebuchadnezzar king of Babylon defeated in the fourth year of Jehoiakim the son of Josiah, king of Judah:

  “Prepare buckler and shield,
    and advance for battle!
  Harness the horses;
    mount, O horsemen!
  Take your stations with your helmets,
    polish your spears,
    put on your armor!
  Why have I seen it?
  They are dismayed
    and have turned backward.
  Their warriors are beaten down
    and have fled in haste;
  they look not back—
    terror on every side!
      declares the LORD.
  “The swift cannot flee away,
    nor the warrior escape;
  in the north by the river Euphrates
    they have stumbled and fallen.
  “Who is this, rising like the Nile,
    like rivers whose waters surge?
  Egypt rises like the Nile,
    like rivers whose waters surge.
  He said, ‘I will rise, I will cover the earth,
    I will destroy cities and their inhabitants.’
  Advance, O horses,
    and rage, O chariots!
  Let the warriors go out:
    men of Cush and Put who handle the shield,
    men of Lud, skilled in handling the bow.
10   That day is the day of the Lord GOD of hosts,
    a day of vengeance,
    to avenge himself on his foes.
  The sword shall devour and be sated
    and drink its fill of their blood.
  For the Lord GOD of hosts holds a sacrifice
    in the north country by the river Euphrates.
11   Go up to Gilead, and take balm,
    O virgin daughter of Egypt!
  In vain you have used many medicines;
    there is no healing for you.
12   The nations have heard of your shame,
    and the earth is full of your cry;
  for warrior has stumbled against warrior;
    they have both fallen together.”

13 The word that the LORD spoke to Jeremiah the prophet about the coming of Nebuchadnezzar king of Babylon to strike the land of Egypt:

14   “Declare in Egypt, and proclaim in Migdol;
    proclaim in Memphis and Tahpanhes;
  say, ‘Stand ready and be prepared,
    for the sword shall devour around you.’
15   Why are your mighty ones face down?
    They do not stand1
    because the LORD thrust them down.
16   He made many stumble, and they fell,
    and they said one to another,
  ‘Arise, and let us go back to our own people
    and to the land of our birth,
    because of the sword of the oppressor.’
17   Call the name of Pharaoh, king of Egypt,
    ‘Noisy one who lets the hour go by.’
18   “As I live, declares the King,
    whose name is the LORD of hosts,
  like Tabor among the mountains
    and like Carmel by the sea, shall one come.
19   Prepare yourselves baggage for exile,
    O inhabitants of Egypt!
  For Memphis shall become a waste,
    a ruin, without inhabitant.
20   “A beautiful heifer is Egypt,
    but a biting fly from the north has come upon her.
21   Even her hired soldiers in her midst
    are like fattened calves;
  yes, they have turned and fled together;
    they did not stand,
  for the day of their calamity has come upon them,
    the time of their punishment.
22   “She makes a sound like a serpent gliding away;
    for her enemies march in force
  and come against her with axes
    like those who fell trees.
23   They shall cut down her forest,
      declares the LORD,
    though it is impenetrable,
  because they are more numerous than locusts;
    they are without number.
24   The daughter of Egypt shall be put to shame;
    she shall be delivered into the hand of a people from the north.”

25 The LORD of hosts, the God of Israel, said: “Behold, I am bringing punishment upon Amon of Thebes, and Pharaoh and Egypt and her gods and her kings, upon Pharaoh and those who trust in him. 26 I will deliver them into the hand of those who seek their life, into the hand of Nebuchadnezzar king of Babylon and his officers. Afterward Egypt shall be inhabited as in the days of old, declares the LORD.

27   “But fear not, O Jacob my servant,
    nor be dismayed, O Israel,
  for behold, I will save you from far away,
    and your offspring from the land of their captivity.
  Jacob shall return and have quiet and ease,
    and none shall make him afraid.
28   Fear not, O Jacob my servant,
      declares the LORD,
    for I am with you.
  I will make a full end of all the nations
    to which I have driven you,
    but of you I will not make a full end.
  I will discipline you in just measure,
    and I will by no means leave you unpunished.”

Judgment on the Philistines

47 The word of the LORD that came to Jeremiah the prophet concerning the Philistines, before Pharaoh struck down Gaza.

  “Thus says the LORD:
  Behold, waters are rising out of the north,
    and shall become an overflowing torrent;
  they shall overflow the land and all that fills it,
    the city and those who dwell in it.
  Men shall cry out,
    and every inhabitant of the land shall wail.
  At the noise of the stamping of the hoofs of his stallions,
    at the rushing of his chariots, at the rumbling of their wheels,
  the fathers look not back to their children,
    so feeble are their hands,
  because of the day that is coming to destroy
    all the Philistines,
  to cut off from Tyre and Sidon
    every helper that remains.
  For the LORD is destroying the Philistines,
    the remnant of the coastland of Caphtor.
  Baldness has come upon Gaza;
    Ashkelon has perished.
  O remnant of their valley,
    how long will you gash yourselves?
  Ah, sword of the LORD!
    How long till you are quiet?
  Put yourself into your scabbard;
    rest and be still!
  How can it2 be quiet
    when the LORD has given it a charge?
  Against Ashkelon and against the seashore
    he has appointed it.”

Judgment on Moab

48 Concerning Moab.

Thus says the LORD of hosts, the God of Israel:

  “Woe to Nebo, for it is laid waste!
    Kiriathaim is put to shame, it is taken;
  the fortress is put to shame and broken down;
    the renown of Moab is no more.
  In Heshbon they planned disaster against her:
    ‘Come, let us cut her off from being a nation!’
  You also, O Madmen, shall be brought to silence;
    the sword shall pursue you.
  “A voice! A cry from Horonaim,
    ‘Desolation and great destruction!’
  Moab is destroyed;
    her little ones have made a cry.
  For at the ascent of Luhith
    they go up weeping;3
  for at the descent of Horonaim
    they have heard the distressed cry4 of destruction.
  Flee! Save yourselves!
    You will be like a juniper in the desert!
  For, because you trusted in your works and your treasures,
    you also shall be taken;
  and Chemosh shall go into exile
    with his priests and his officials.
  The destroyer shall come upon every city,
    and no city shall escape;
  the valley shall perish,
    and the plain shall be destroyed,
    as the LORD has spoken.
  “Give wings to Moab,
    for she would fly away;
  her cities shall become a desolation,
    with no inhabitant in them.

10 “Cursed is he who does the work of the LORD with slackness, and cursed is he who keeps back his sword from bloodshed.

11   “Moab has been at ease from his youth
    and has settled on his dregs;
  he has not been emptied from vessel to vessel,
    nor has he gone into exile;
  so his taste remains in him,
    and his scent is not changed.

12 “Therefore, behold, the days are coming, declares the LORD, when I shall send to him pourers who will pour him, and empty his vessels and break his5 jars in pieces. 13 Then Moab shall be ashamed of Chemosh, as the house of Israel was ashamed of Bethel, their confidence.

14   “How do you say, ‘We are heroes
    and mighty men of war’?
15   The destroyer of Moab and his cities has come up,
    and the choicest of his young men have gone down to slaughter,
    declares the King, whose name is the LORD of hosts.
16   The calamity of Moab is near at hand,
    and his affliction hastens swiftly.
17   Grieve for him, all you who are around him,
    and all who know his name;
  say, ‘How the mighty scepter is broken,
    the glorious staff.’
18   “Come down from your glory,
    and sit on the parched ground,
    O inhabitant of Dibon!
  For the destroyer of Moab has come up against you;
    he has destroyed your strongholds.
19   Stand by the way and watch,
    O inhabitant of Aroer!
  Ask him who flees and her who escapes;
    say, ‘What has happened?’
20   Moab is put to shame, for it is broken;
    wail and cry!
  Tell it beside the Arnon,
    that Moab is laid waste.

21 “Judgment has come upon the tableland, upon Holon, and Jahzah, and Mephaath, 22 and Dibon, and Nebo, and Beth-diblathaim, 23 and Kiriathaim, and Beth-gamul, and Beth-meon, 24 and Kerioth, and Bozrah, and all the cities of the land of Moab, far and near. 25 The horn of Moab is cut off, and his arm is broken, declares the LORD.

26 “Make him drunk, because he magnified himself against the LORD, so that Moab shall wallow in his vomit, and he too shall be held in derision. 27 Was not Israel a derision to you? Was he found among thieves, that whenever you spoke of him you wagged your head?

28   “Leave the cities, and dwell in the rock,
    O inhabitants of Moab!
  Be like the dove that nests
    in the sides of the mouth of a gorge.
29   We have heard of the pride of Moab—
    he is very proud—
  of his loftiness, his pride, and his arrogance,
    and the haughtiness of his heart.
30   I know his insolence, declares the LORD;
    his boasts are false,
    his deeds are false.
31   Therefore I wail for Moab;
    I cry out for all Moab;
    for the men of Kir-hareseth I mourn.
32   More than for Jazer I weep for you,
    O vine of Sibmah!
  Your branches passed over the sea,
    reached to the Sea of Jazer;
  on your summer fruits and your grapes
    the destroyer has fallen.
33   Gladness and joy have been taken away
    from the fruitful land of Moab;
  I have made the wine cease from the winepresses;
    no one treads them with shouts of joy;
    the shouting is not the shout of joy.

34 “From the outcry at Heshbon even to Elealeh, as far as Jahaz they utter their voice, from Zoar to Horonaim and Eglath-shelishiyah. For the waters of Nimrim also have become desolate. 35 And I will bring to an end in Moab, declares the LORD, him who offers sacrifice in the high place and makes offerings to his god. 36 Therefore my heart moans for Moab like a flute, and my heart moans like a flute for the men of Kir-hareseth. Therefore the riches they gained have perished.

37 “For every head is shaved and every beard cut off. On all the hands are gashes, and around the waist is sackcloth. 38 On all the housetops of Moab and in the squares there is nothing but lamentation, for I have broken Moab like a vessel for which no one cares, declares the LORD. 39 How it is broken! How they wail! How Moab has turned his back in shame! So Moab has become a derision and a horror to all that are around him.”

40   For thus says the LORD:
  “Behold, one shall fly swiftly like an eagle
    and spread his wings against Moab;
41   the cities shall be taken
    and the strongholds seized.
  The heart of the warriors of Moab shall be in that day
    like the heart of a woman in her birth pains;
42   Moab shall be destroyed and be no longer a people,
    because he magnified himself against the LORD.
43   Terror, pit, and snare
    are before you, O inhabitant of Moab!
      declares the LORD.
44   He who flees from the terror
    shall fall into the pit,
  and he who climbs out of the pit
    shall be caught in the snare.
  For I will bring these things upon Moab,
    the year of their punishment,
      declares the LORD.
45   “In the shadow of Heshbon
    fugitives stop without strength,
  for fire came out from Heshbon,
    flame from the house of Sihon;
  it has destroyed the forehead of Moab,
    the crown of the sons of tumult.
46   Woe to you, O Moab!
    The people of Chemosh are undone,
  for your sons have been taken captive,
    and your daughters into captivity.
47   Yet I will restore the fortunes of Moab
    in the latter days, declares the LORD.”
  Thus far is the judgment on Moab.

Footnotes

[1] 46:15 Hebrew He does not stand
[2] 47:7 Septuagint, Vulgate; Hebrew you
[3] 48:5 Hebrew weeping goes up with weeping
[4] 48:5 Septuagint (compare Isaiah 15:5) heard the cry
[5] 48:12 Septuagint, Aquila; Hebrew their

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Evening: Hebrews 4

Hebrews 4 (Listen)

Therefore, while the promise of entering his rest still stands, let us fear lest any of you should seem to have failed to reach it. For good news came to us just as to them, but the message they heard did not benefit them, because they were not united by faith with those who listened.1 For we who have believed enter that rest, as he has said,

  “As I swore in my wrath,
  ‘They shall not enter my rest,’”

although his works were finished from the foundation of the world. For he has somewhere spoken of the seventh day in this way: “And God rested on the seventh day from all his works.” And again in this passage he said,

  “They shall not enter my rest.”

Since therefore it remains for some to enter it, and those who formerly received the good news failed to enter because of disobedience, again he appoints a certain day, “Today,” saying through David so long afterward, in the words already quoted,

  “Today, if you hear his voice,
  do not harden your hearts.”

For if Joshua had given them rest, God2 would not have spoken of another day later on. So then, there remains a Sabbath rest for the people of God, 10 for whoever has entered God's rest has also rested from his works as God did from his.

11 Let us therefore strive to enter that rest, so that no one may fall by the same sort of disobedience. 12 For the word of God is living and active, sharper than any two-edged sword, piercing to the division of soul and of spirit, of joints and of marrow, and discerning the thoughts and intentions of the heart. 13 And no creature is hidden from his sight, but all are naked and exposed to the eyes of him to whom we must give account.

Jesus the Great High Priest

14 Since then we have a great high priest who has passed through the heavens, Jesus, the Son of God, let us hold fast our confession. 15 For we do not have a high priest who is unable to sympathize with our weaknesses, but one who in every respect has been tempted as we are, yet without sin. 16 Let us then with confidence draw near to the throne of grace, that we may receive mercy and find grace to help in time of need.

Footnotes

[1] 4:2 Some manuscripts it did not meet with faith in the hearers
[2] 4:8 Greek he

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Morning: Jeremiah 43–45

Jeremiah 43–45 (Listen)

Jeremiah Taken to Egypt

43 When Jeremiah finished speaking to all the people all these words of the LORD their God, with which the LORD their God had sent him to them, Azariah the son of Hoshaiah and Johanan the son of Kareah and all the insolent men said to Jeremiah, “You are telling a lie. The LORD our God did not send you to say, ‘Do not go to Egypt to live there,’ but Baruch the son of Neriah has set you against us, to deliver us into the hand of the Chaldeans, that they may kill us or take us into exile in Babylon.” So Johanan the son of Kareah and all the commanders of the forces and all the people did not obey the voice of the LORD, to remain in the land of Judah. But Johanan the son of Kareah and all the commanders of the forces took all the remnant of Judah who had returned to live in the land of Judah from all the nations to which they had been driven—the men, the women, the children, the princesses, and every person whom Nebuzaradan the captain of the guard had left with Gedaliah the son of Ahikam, son of Shaphan; also Jeremiah the prophet and Baruch the son of Neriah. And they came into the land of Egypt, for they did not obey the voice of the LORD. And they arrived at Tahpanhes.

Then the word of the LORD came to Jeremiah in Tahpanhes: “Take in your hands large stones and hide them in the mortar in the pavement that is at the entrance to Pharaoh's palace in Tahpanhes, in the sight of the men of Judah, 10 and say to them, ‘Thus says the LORD of hosts, the God of Israel: Behold, I will send and take Nebuchadnezzar the king of Babylon, my servant, and I will set his throne above these stones that I have hidden, and he will spread his royal canopy over them. 11 He shall come and strike the land of Egypt, giving over to the pestilence those who are doomed to the pestilence, to captivity those who are doomed to captivity, and to the sword those who are doomed to the sword. 12 I shall kindle a fire in the temples of the gods of Egypt, and he shall burn them and carry them away captive. And he shall clean the land of Egypt as a shepherd cleans his cloak of vermin, and he shall go away from there in peace. 13 He shall break the obelisks of Heliopolis, which is in the land of Egypt, and the temples of the gods of Egypt he shall burn with fire.’”

Judgment for Idolatry

44 The word that came to Jeremiah concerning all the Judeans who lived in the land of Egypt, at Migdol, at Tahpanhes, at Memphis, and in the land of Pathros, “Thus says the LORD of hosts, the God of Israel: You have seen all the disaster that I brought upon Jerusalem and upon all the cities of Judah. Behold, this day they are a desolation, and no one dwells in them, because of the evil that they committed, provoking me to anger, in that they went to make offerings and serve other gods that they knew not, neither they, nor you, nor your fathers. Yet I persistently sent to you all my servants the prophets, saying, ‘Oh, do not do this abomination that I hate!’ But they did not listen or incline their ear, to turn from their evil and make no offerings to other gods. Therefore my wrath and my anger were poured out and kindled in the cities of Judah and in the streets of Jerusalem, and they became a waste and a desolation, as at this day. And now thus says the LORD God of hosts, the God of Israel: Why do you commit this great evil against yourselves, to cut off from you man and woman, infant and child, from the midst of Judah, leaving you no remnant? Why do you provoke me to anger with the works of your hands, making offerings to other gods in the land of Egypt where you have come to live, so that you may be cut off and become a curse and a taunt among all the nations of the earth? Have you forgotten the evil of your fathers, the evil of the kings of Judah, the evil of their1 wives, your own evil, and the evil of your wives, which they committed in the land of Judah and in the streets of Jerusalem? 10 They have not humbled themselves even to this day, nor have they feared, nor walked in my law and my statutes that I set before you and before your fathers.

11 “Therefore thus says the LORD of hosts, the God of Israel: Behold, I will set my face against you for harm, to cut off all Judah. 12 I will take the remnant of Judah who have set their faces to come to the land of Egypt to live, and they shall all be consumed. In the land of Egypt they shall fall; by the sword and by famine they shall be consumed. From the least to the greatest, they shall die by the sword and by famine, and they shall become an oath, a horror, a curse, and a taunt. 13 I will punish those who dwell in the land of Egypt, as I have punished Jerusalem, with the sword, with famine, and with pestilence, 14 so that none of the remnant of Judah who have come to live in the land of Egypt shall escape or survive or return to the land of Judah, to which they desire to return to dwell there. For they shall not return, except some fugitives.”

15 Then all the men who knew that their wives had made offerings to other gods, and all the women who stood by, a great assembly, all the people who lived in Pathros in the land of Egypt, answered Jeremiah: 16 “As for the word that you have spoken to us in the name of the LORD, we will not listen to you. 17 But we will do everything that we have vowed, make offerings to the queen of heaven and pour out drink offerings to her, as we did, both we and our fathers, our kings and our officials, in the cities of Judah and in the streets of Jerusalem. For then we had plenty of food, and prospered, and saw no disaster. 18 But since we left off making offerings to the queen of heaven and pouring out drink offerings to her, we have lacked everything and have been consumed by the sword and by famine.” 19 And the women said,2 “When we made offerings to the queen of heaven and poured out drink offerings to her, was it without our husbands' approval that we made cakes for her bearing her image and poured out drink offerings to her?”

20 Then Jeremiah said to all the people, men and women, all the people who had given him this answer: 21 “As for the offerings that you offered in the cities of Judah and in the streets of Jerusalem, you and your fathers, your kings and your officials, and the people of the land, did not the LORD remember them? Did it not come into his mind? 22 The LORD could no longer bear your evil deeds and the abominations that you committed. Therefore your land has become a desolation and a waste and a curse, without inhabitant, as it is this day. 23 It is because you made offerings and because you sinned against the LORD and did not obey the voice of the LORD or walk in his law and in his statutes and in his testimonies that this disaster has happened to you, as at this day.”

24 Jeremiah said to all the people and all the women, “Hear the word of the LORD, all you of Judah who are in the land of Egypt. 25 Thus says the LORD of hosts, the God of Israel: You and your wives have declared with your mouths, and have fulfilled it with your hands, saying, ‘We will surely perform our vows that we have made, to make offerings to the queen of heaven and to pour out drink offerings to her.’ Then confirm your vows and perform your vows! 26 Therefore hear the word of the LORD, all you of Judah who dwell in the land of Egypt: Behold, I have sworn by my great name, says the LORD, that my name shall no more be invoked by the mouth of any man of Judah in all the land of Egypt, saying, ‘As the Lord GOD lives.’ 27 Behold, I am watching over them for disaster and not for good. All the men of Judah who are in the land of Egypt shall be consumed by the sword and by famine, until there is an end of them. 28 And those who escape the sword shall return from the land of Egypt to the land of Judah, few in number; and all the remnant of Judah, who came to the land of Egypt to live, shall know whose word will stand, mine or theirs. 29 This shall be the sign to you, declares the LORD, that I will punish you in this place, in order that you may know that my words will surely stand against you for harm: 30 Thus says the LORD, Behold, I will give Pharaoh Hophra king of Egypt into the hand of his enemies and into the hand of those who seek his life, as I gave Zedekiah king of Judah into the hand of Nebuchadnezzar king of Babylon, who was his enemy and sought his life.”

Message to Baruch

45 The word that Jeremiah the prophet spoke to Baruch the son of Neriah, when he wrote these words in a book at the dictation of Jeremiah, in the fourth year of Jehoiakim the son of Josiah, king of Judah: “Thus says the LORD, the God of Israel, to you, O Baruch: You said, ‘Woe is me! For the LORD has added sorrow to my pain. I am weary with my groaning, and I find no rest.’ Thus shall you say to him, Thus says the LORD: Behold, what I have built I am breaking down, and what I have planted I am plucking up—that is, the whole land. And do you seek great things for yourself? Seek them not, for behold, I am bringing disaster upon all flesh, declares the LORD. But I will give you your life as a prize of war in all places to which you may go.”

Footnotes

[1] 44:9 Hebrew his
[2] 44:19 Compare Syriac; Hebrew lacks And the women said

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Evening: Hebrews 3

Hebrews 3 (Listen)

Jesus Greater Than Moses

Therefore, holy brothers,1 you who share in a heavenly calling, consider Jesus, the apostle and high priest of our confession, who was faithful to him who appointed him, just as Moses also was faithful in all God's2 house. For Jesus has been counted worthy of more glory than Moses—as much more glory as the builder of a house has more honor than the house itself. (For every house is built by someone, but the builder of all things is God.) Now Moses was faithful in all God's house as a servant, to testify to the things that were to be spoken later, but Christ is faithful over God's house as a son. And we are his house, if indeed we hold fast our confidence and our boasting in our hope.3

A Rest for the People of God

Therefore, as the Holy Spirit says,

  “Today, if you hear his voice,
  do not harden your hearts as in the rebellion,
    on the day of testing in the wilderness,
  where your fathers put me to the test
    and saw my works for forty years.
10   Therefore I was provoked with that generation,
  and said, ‘They always go astray in their heart;
    they have not known my ways.’
11   As I swore in my wrath,
    ‘They shall not enter my rest.’”

12 Take care, brothers, lest there be in any of you an evil, unbelieving heart, leading you to fall away from the living God. 13 But exhort one another every day, as long as it is called “today,” that none of you may be hardened by the deceitfulness of sin. 14 For we have come to share in Christ, if indeed we hold our original confidence firm to the end. 15 As it is said,

  “Today, if you hear his voice,
  do not harden your hearts as in the rebellion.”

16 For who were those who heard and yet rebelled? Was it not all those who left Egypt led by Moses? 17 And with whom was he provoked for forty years? Was it not with those who sinned, whose bodies fell in the wilderness? 18 And to whom did he swear that they would not enter his rest, but to those who were disobedient? 19 So we see that they were unable to enter because of unbelief.

Footnotes

[1] 3:1 Or brothers and sisters; also verse 12
[2] 3:2 Greek his; also verses 5, 6
[3] 3:6 Some manuscripts insert firm to the end

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Answer Sheet: Why It Matters Who Governs America's Public Schools


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Does it matter who operates America’s public schools?

That’s a central question in the national debate about education and the movement to find alternatives to school districts that are publicly funded and operated. While charter schools are publicly funded, they are privately operated and are not required in most places to be as transparent as publicly operated schools. The public also has no say in the operations of private and public schools that accept publicly funded vouchers.

This post, written by Carol Burris and Diane Ravitch, looks at the issue of governance and why it matters who is in charge.

Burris is a former New York high school principal who now serves as executive director of the Network for Public Education, a nonprofit advocacy group. She was named the 2010 Educator of the Year by the School Administrators Association of New York State, and in 2013, the National Association of Secondary School Principals named her the New York State High School Principal of the Year. Burris has been chronicling problems with modern school restructuring and school choice for years on this blog. She has previously written about problems with charter schools in California and other states.

Ravitch, an education historian, became the titular leader of the movement against corporate school restructuring in 2010, when her book, “The Death and Life of the Great American School System,” was published and became a best-seller. An assistant secretary of education under President George H.W. Bush, she explains in the book that she dropped her support for No Child Left Behind, the chief education initiative of President George W. Bush and standardized-test-based school restructuring, after looking at evidence about how it was harming public schools.

By Carol Burris and Diane Ravitch

At a meeting of the California Charter Schools Association during the spring of 2014, Netflix founder and CEO Reed Hastings told the audience that the problem with public schools is that they are run by elected school boards. He contrasted this style of school governance with that of charter schools, governed by private boards, which operate beyond the reach of the people. Hastings justified the movement of school governance from public to private hands by claiming that the private boards of charter schools are more stable. This is an odd claim considering that 33 percent of all charter schools that opened in 2000 were closed 10 years later later. By year 13, 40 percent were gone.

Hastings acknowledged that the elimination of public control of public schooling, which had its beginnings in the early 19th century, would be met with community resistance. He therefore proposed an alternate plan to get the job done.

“So what we have to do is to work with school districts to grow [charters] steadily, and the work ahead is really hard because we’re at 8 percent of students in California, whereas in New Orleans, they’re at 90 percent, so we have a lot of catch-up to do," he said.

The objective could not be clearer: Influence districts to expand their charter sector until eventually all, or nearly all, schools are privately operated and managed. Those district offices that remain could be filled not by educational leaders but by managers and technicians hired to ensure that buses run on time, schools are opened, closed or transferred to other operators, enrollment is managed, and funding is distributed. Public voice is stifled. Schools become publicly funded businesses.

This plan, of course, is not theoretical. The Network for Public Education Action’s recent report, “Hijacked by Billionaires,” documents that Hastings has spent nearly $10 million on pushing charters through referendums or school board elections in Los Angeles, Washington state and New Orleans alone. Hastings is one of a larger group of the uber-wealthy who share the same vision.

It is almost impossible to track all of the hundreds of millions spent by other billionaires such as the Walton family of the Walmart fortune, Arthur Rock, the family of Education Secretary Betsy DeVos, former New York City mayor Michael Bloomberg, Doris Fisher of The Gap and former Enron trader John Arnold in their quest to elect school board members and policymakers who will undermine the public’s right to govern its schools.

As the school choice movement grows, the governance of schools has become a topic of great interest beyond the billionaire class. Last month, the California nonprofit think tank Learning Policy Institute issued a report entitled, “The Tapestry of American Public Education: How Can We Create a System of Schools Worth Choosing for All?”The thesis of the report is that school choice — the movement to find alternatives to publicly funded and publicly operated school districts — is not an end in itself but rather a means to an end. In the words of the authors, it exists to “create a system in which all children choose and are chosen by a good school that serves them well and is easily accessible. “

There is much in the report with which we agree. The authors acknowledge that for 75 percent of parents, their first choice is a neighborhood public school, and therefore such schools must be preserved. They recognized many of the problems associated with publicly funded but privately operated charter schools — high suspension rates, corruption and increased segregation — and insist such deficiencies must be addressed.

What concerns us, however, was the report’s insistence that school governance doesn’t matter. The authors deny the negative impact that charter schools have on the viability of neighborhood public schools, the very schools they acknowledge the vast majority want. We know from experience that charter schools and vouchers drain finances and the students they want from the district public schools, causing budget cuts, teacher layoffs and larger class sizes in the schools that enroll the most children. Yet the report suggests that charter school caps should be removed, which is likely to further destabilize public schools.

From the first recommendation of the report:

“Debates that focus on questions such as how many charters a district should have are focused on adults and their preferences for school governance, rather than on the needs of children.”

This claim is wrong. School governance directly affects the rights and well-being of students. Ask the students of the Delaware Academy of Public Safety and Security Charter High School, which was abruptly shut down just weeks after opening this September, leaving students scrambling to find a school. Or ask the students who were methodically pushed out of the Success Academy of Fort Greene in Brooklyn, N.Y., which kept a “got to go” list, or the 6-year-old boy whose mother says he was pushed out of an Arizona charter because of his disability.

Governance matters to a 4-year-old girl who attends Charter Day School in North Carolina. She is not allowed to wear pants to school because the charter school chain leader, conservative entrepreneur Baker Mitchell, bizarrely insists that his dress code promotes chivalry and protects the school from school shootings. There is no school board to which she can appeal. She can go only to the courts.

It is, in our opinion, irresponsible to minimize the importance of democratic governance with a scolding, false claim that those who care about it are not concerned with the welfare of children. The authors would do well to read the resolution of the National NAACP, which called for a moratorium on new charter schools because of the way they destabilize public schools while they are not subject to the same accountability, oversight and transparency as public schools.

[NAACP sticks by its call for charter school moratorium, says they are ‘not a substitute’ for traditional public schools]

Of related concern is the report’s support for the “portfolio” model of school governance, specifically mentioning it as a strategy for school improvement. The phrase “portfolio management” was coined by charter advocate Paul Hill of the University of Washington to champion a system of publicly funded but privately managed charter schools.

Portfolio management is based on a stock market metaphor — the portfolio manager is entrusted with retaining “good” schools while turning “bad” schools over to a charter or shutting the school down, the same way one would dump a bad stock. Districts that adopt the model consistently end up with more charter schools and fewer public schools by design. You can read more about how this model has taken over the schools of Indianapolis here.

[What’s really going on in Indiana’s public schools]

In order to push this model, a recently formed nonprofit, known as City Fund, is being heavily funded by Hastings' foundation and the Laura and John Arnold Foundation. Both foundations have invested a fortune into transforming publicly governed schools into a marketplace of schools dominated by charter schools. As mentioned earlier, Hastings and the Arnolds have contributed millions to the campaigns of school board members, organizations and legislators who share that goal.

Those who push the portfolio model point to Denver and New Orleans as examples of success, but they avoid talking about the dismal failures of the model in Memphis, Nashville and Philadelphia. Ironically, Chris Barbic, the architect and leader of Tennessee’s Achievement District, which produced abysmal results, is one of the leaders of City Fund.

Public governance of our schools matters for the health of our democracy. The public school was designed to serve and promote the common good; it is paid for by the public, and it belongs to the public, not entrepreneurs. If governance is really no more than an adult preference, how long will it be before private and religious schools are included in the portfolio as well?

In her thoughtful essay in the Atlantic, Amy Lueck traces the history of the American high school as a center and anchor for communities. She argues that school choice and the “charterization” of public schooling is putting that institution at risk. Lueck concludes with this warning:

As an institution, the fate of the high school cannot be detached from the community of which it is a part. Like all educational institutions, it is inextricably wrapped up with the goals and values of the town, city, and nation in which it is located, reflecting and perpetuating them. Those values include Americans’ attitude to the very schools that would pass them along, too. If, as a nation, we decide that the public schools are a “dead end” for students, we should not be surprised if they become so—and along with them, the cities, towns, and communities they once built together.

Billionaires live in an echo chamber of their own. As they jet across the globe to and from their many homes, the neighborhood school with its bake sales, homecoming dances and lively community elections are foreign and inconsequential. They believe that the role of the average woman or man is to be a consumer, not a decider.

The Learning Policy Institute may be sincere in its desire to preserve public education and in its belief that school choice can be “reformed.” However, when it buys into the narrative that public governance of our schools does not matter, it is complicit in the agenda of those who seek to make public schools obsolete.

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All three referenda backed by the incumbents on the Memphis City Council went down to defeat.

To go by the local totals, which had Democrats Karl Dean and Phil Bredesn, candidates for Governor and Senator, respectively, way ahead, Shelby County is out of sync, vote-wise, with the rest of Tennessee, which went ovetrwhelmingly for Republicans Bill Lee for Governor and Marsha Blackburn for Senate.

Among the other results:

Several Democrats ran surpirisingly close to incumbent Republicans in legislative races, but only one won — District 96 State Rep. Dwayne Thompson, who was reelected.

Gernmantown Mayor Mike Palazzolo apparently won a hair’s-breadth reelection victory over challenger John Barizza.

In Lakeland, incumbent Mayor Wyatt Bunker was beaten by challenger Mike Cunningham.

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The IWA was the first wrestling promotion to have a television program nationwide. Promoters Eddie Eihorn and Pedro Martinez put together a huge talent pool that would provide a national and international promotion with more stars than any other promotion had ever done. The list of stars in this first of many to come DVD series is like a who's who of the 1970's wrestling superstars. The IWA spared no expense to give the fans only the best. Jack Reynolds was a well noted and household name for his coverage of professional wrestling. Tex McKenzie not only wrestled, but also filled in as the color analyst. Ring announcing was handled by Rick Martin, who in real life was son of promoter, Pedro Martinez, his given name was Ronnie Martinez. They all provided professional insight and knowledge of the king of sports, professional wrestling. Not that Big Time Wrestling from Detroit had to take any back seats.

Featured here are a few of the Big Time Wrestling moments with the wisdom of Veteran mic man Chuck Allen and his partner Terry Sullivan filling us in on the action and shows coming up and the latest news. But the bonus here is the Memphis match that features the silver tongue, Lance Russell. Russell was like a good friend telling you always what was on his mind. The guys on the "stick" were a huge part of thousands of Wrestling fans on Saturday morning and the golden era of the 70s.

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Last but not least for this evening… I was walking down the aisle at my local Kroger this past weekend, when this unexpected display grabbed my attention! I had heard that the TRU intellectual property owners had signed a deal with a “prominent midwest retailer” to feature these “Geoffrey’s Toy Box” displays in their stores this holiday season, but I wasn’t expecting that retailer to be Kroger. (Not least because I don’t really consider Kroger to be a midwestern retailer, but hey.) The full list of Kroger stores featuring these displays can be found at this link; in the Delta Division, it appears that it can be found in the stores in Hernando (pictured), Southaven (Goodman/Getwell), and Jackson (I-55) in Mississippi; Collierville (New Byhalia), Jackson (University), Bartlett (Stage), Cordova (Trinity Commons), Germantown (Farmington), and Lakeland in Tennessee; and a handful of stores in Arkansas as well, none of which are in the Memphis metropolitan area however (mostly the Little Rock area, it appears).

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Now… while we’re on the topic of “finding new homes” (as my photo title notes)… am I supposed to talk about the impending flickr changes? I feel like surely, if you use the site, you’ve heard about them by now (and if you’re a nonmember, you can read about them at this link). I guess some of you are probably interested to hear about my future plans, so I might as well discuss the whole thing. Personally, I am planning on staying here on flickr.

But many of you aren’t.

Thinking about this the past several days, I’ve been trying to figure out what I feel is the worst part of this deal. There are certainly few, if any, upsides to it; much of the effects are negative. Ultimately, I’m having trouble focusing on just one part that is worse than the rest, so I might as well just bring up each element in turn.

First: the photo limit. Let me start off by addressing the counterargument here: I actually agree with the site’s new owners that the previously-offered 1TB of free storage was insane, and not economically feasible to continue providing. I get that, and I have no problem with limiting the amount that free users may contribute to the site as a result. Where I take issue is with the fact that the limit is 1,000 photos.

Let me be clear: I think 1,000 photos, in and of itself, is not a bad limit. Could it be higher? Sure. But Don MacAskill seems to have done his research, talked to flickr users, and decided that 1,000 is justifiable, so I’m not going to question that. (Let me also be clear on this: Don MacAskill is not my enemy. Some others I’ve seen appear to be adopting that stance, but I don’t blame him. Broadly speaking, my feeling is more of an “I’m not angry, just disappointed” stance. But more on that later.)

Another factor I don’t mind – in fact, which I very much like – is stating the limit in terms of number of photos, and not storage capacity. As MacAskill noted, it is much easier for us to understand the meaning of 1,000 photos than it is 50GB. No, my issue with the photo limit arises from the fact that this limit will be applying to everyone. I’m completely okay with limiting new users, who sign up after the changes take effect, to 1,000 photos. But forcing that limit on ALL free users – including those of us who are above that limit, such as myself – is unfair, in my opinion.

This bleeds right into my next issue: for those free users who have over 1,000 existing photos on their accounts, the site will soon automatically delete photos from said users’ photostreams until they meet the 1,000 photo limit. The new management team obviously recognizes the importance of photographs, so it seems at odds with that recognition for them to, in the same breath, devise a plan to erase thousands of photos from the site forever. In my simplemindedness, I’ve been concerned about this forced deletion causing lost comments and broken links. The broader-minded internet backlash has brought about additional concerns I hadn’t considered, such as the effect of the deletion on accounts that haven’t been updated in years (that is to say, you can “save” your own photos from deletion by downloading them back to your computer, but who is there to complete that task for an account that is inactive?).

An effective compromise, to my mind, would be to “freeze” existing accounts where they are on the date of the change. For example: I have 4,678 photos in my stream as of tonight. So, my account would be “frozen” at 4,678 photos. This is above the 1,000 photo limit, but it involves no deletion of existing photos, the action which I think everyone can agree with is the most heinous thing to come out of these changes.

I began considering the counterargument to this, however, and it became obvious that that’s probably not a good idea after all. The reason: an account with the 1,000 photo limit will likely have the ability, once it reaches that limit, to delete one of those 1,000 images and “replace” it with a new image, thereby allowing the account to remain active. An account frozen with 4,678 photos, however, might attempt to “game the system” by deleting one of those 4,678 and replacing it – much in the same way as the 1,000-limited account, except this account could cheat and remain at 4,678. The only way this would be able to work fairly is if the account frozen at 4,678 would not be allowed to post anything new until his or her account were to arrive at or below the 1,000 photo limit imposed on all other free accounts.

From that viewpoint, I can see why freezing accounts was not the first option chosen: sure, it would be easy to freeze the accounts, but then those users would effectively be forced to become inactive. At least by deleting images, everyone will be on a level playing field. There are still many different arguments that could be taken in favor of either direction here, but I don’t feel like exploring them further. I believe I made my main point clear: there’s not really a “good” option, either way.

Of course, the way to circumvent these issues is to join flickr pro – which is very obviously what the new site owners want us to consider. The issue here lies in the fact that flickr pro is pricey. $50 a year isn’t a low figure. There are many other ways and venues to store your photos. But flickr is more than a photo storage site. It’s a place for interaction regarding photos. So in effect, what flickr is asking us is whether or not that interaction – the additional benefit, above just plain photo storage – is worth paying for.

To me, it is. I’m not exaggerating when I say that I’ve made a lot of great friends here, and thoroughly enjoy using this site. This is my hobby, and I don’t want to give it up. I may only have 4,000-something photos posted to the site right now, but you’d be amazed at the amount I have waiting in my archives. I’m not going to let those go to waste. I’m also not interested in uploading them at some different platform. (I’ll get into those reasons a little later on.) flickr is the place for me. I like commenting with y’all, I like viewing and faving y’all’s photos, and – quite frankly – I like the organization aspect of the site. (I tag and geotag my photos. I place my photos into albums. I upload photos in themed “weeks” every Saturday of the year. And, very obviously, I write long descriptions to accompany each image. This is the only site that gives me all of those capabilities, as well as the aforementioned interaction benefits, in one place. If I have to pay for it, so be it. I like it too much to leave.)

What I take issue with is the amount we’re being asked to pay. I’ve seen some others suggest a tiered payment platform, with each tier having a higher photo limit until you get to the $50 tier, which features unlimited photos. That seems like it would be a nice compromise. Compared to the logistics and theoretical issues plaguing the photo limit and deletion problems, too, this seems like one that could easily be implemented. And who knows, perhaps the new site leaders are considering this. In my opinion, it would definitely be worth them looking into. Perhaps a cheaper price, coupled with a photo limit higher than 1,000 but less than unlimited/1TB, would entice many of you into staying around rather than jumping ship.

While I’m on the topic of the pricing of flickr pro: I did want to point out that the price has not, in fact, doubled. I’ve seen that posted a lot, but was never able to confirm it. I finally found a post commenting on the root of this rumor in the help forum: an old rate of $25 had been grandfathered in until this year, when the rate for all pro users became standard at $50 a year. It’s easy to attribute this to all the other major changes announced last week, but in fact, it took effect several months ago.

And speaking of the help forum: there’s a lot of great clarification there, from the flickr and SmugMug teams. You’ve likely heard that only 3% of free accounts have over 1,000 photos, and thus are the ones affected by the deletion program on its way to being implemented. One such clarification makes the important distinction that a majority of that 3% “are largely storing vast quantities of *private* photos, not public ones, [and thus] aren’t contributing to the community but *are* making Flickr more costly to run and harder for us to build great things for you. It’s not fair that loyal Flickr Pro customers are supporting those types of accounts.” This better justifies the reasoning behind the deletion program. Had the original press release made sure to note that a majority of this 3% was using flickr only for its photo storage capabilities, while ignoring its social aspects, I think a lot more users might have been on board with the need to impose the limit. As I noted earlier, there are plenty of places to simply store photos. flickr is a place for doing more than that. So yes, I agree, if there are users out there who are effectively abusing the purpose of the site, I have no problem with asking them to delete their photos or move them elsewhere. (To be clear: this is not saying that I have suddenly reversed course and become okay with deleting everyone else’s photos, be it those who upload only publicly or those who have a mix of public and private photos in their stream. I am only okay with deleting the images of those who are using the site exclusively for private storage and have zero public photos or comments.)

Another, more pertinent staff comment reads, “The problem is that everyone agrees Flickr is staggeringly expensive to operate and that someone needs to pay for it, but nobody wants to be the one to pay. Of course, I understand that, but our job is to strike the right balance to make sure the costs are covered by asking those who get the most value out of Flickr to be a paying member. The best way we have to identify who those people are is based on the number of photos stored with us. Is it perfect? No. But after 5 years of hunting for a better way, I’ve never heard one proposed.

“So, yes, the 3% of members whose usage patterns look for all intents and purposes the most like those who have opted to buy Pro memberships” – that is, the portion of the 3% not abusing the site for private photo storage purposes, I’m assuming – “but who are currently getting it for free, are the ones who are asked to make a choice. We sincerely hope that you’ll agree that you get a tremendous value for your money and that you’ll join the ranks of the Pros. But it’s 100% your choice and if you choose otherwise, it’s your call.”

I can’t confirm yet that I’ll be getting a “tremendous” value for my money, particularly since I imagine I’ll be getting most of the same experience I’ve been getting for free thus far. But I’m willing to give it a shot.

I hope I’m correct in saying that those of you who are leaving are not entirely unwilling to give flickr a shot, but rather are simply unable. Well, “unwilling” might not be the best word for that. I understand that $50 is a lot to pay, and even if you can afford it, you may not want to. But I still do firmly believe that flickr is the only place that provides all of the options I mentioned before in one all-encompassing website. I’ve seen many of you mention moving to Blogger or Facebook as free substitutes for flickr. I’ll support whatever route you choose, but here are my personal cons for each of those sites and why I’m not choosing them:

Blogger: to see images clearly, you must enlarge them and view them separately from main post; Blogger’s platform, I’ve found, is not very user-friendly, especially if you’ve got a lot of photos to upload; there are no comment alerts to let you know when you’ve received a reply; I personally prefer to use my blog to host more long-form, formal posts, as opposed to informal descriptions here on flickr (yes, I consider this volume “informal” XD ) – theoretically, if I wanted to, I could start another blog, but that still doesn’t solve those other issues. (Pros of Blogger include some semblance of organization [not albums, but tags]; the “reading list” feature so you can track new posts of the blogs you follow; and the lack of a need for your viewers to be a member of the site in order to interact with your content.)

Facebook: you must be a member to interact with anyone’s content or receive comment alerts (and I have no desire to become a Facebook member); you also cannot view any comments at all on the mobile version of the site.

Instagram: I haven’t seen many of you say you’re considering this as an option, but in my opinion, insofar as your flickr content is based on photos, descriptions, comments, and faves, this seems like the most similar layout. However, for this site you also must be a member in order to interact, and there are also no organization abilities (to my knowledge).

I follow 100 people, and over this past week I’ve made a list of 35 of you who upload content the most regularly. Of these 35, only 5 have pro already. 14 of the remaining 30 of you have stated your plans for the future. 13 of those 14 are planning on leaving the site. I’ll let that sink in.

If this trend continues – which, unfortunately, it likely will – then there will be a much smaller community here on flickr, once the dust settles. With you all scattering to the four winds, not only will it be impossible to keep up with all of your content in one place as we’ve all been able to do on flickr up to this point, it will also consequently become very difficult to keep up with your content – I barely manage viewing all of your photos as it is currently; I can only imagine how behind I’ll get when I’ve got 30 new blogs to follow! I also hate to think I’ll be losing the ability to easily interact with some of you, for those who choose to go to sites that require memberships. Similarly, I hate to think that some of you might be leaving the community altogether (for example, MJBarnes – who only recently returned after a prolonged absence – has already deleted his page a second time).

So I guess that’s my main overall issue with these changes: that our growing retail community on flickr is effectively being destroyed. In Matt Smith’s farewell speech on “Doctor Who,”* he said, “We all change, when you think about it. We’re all different people, all through our lives; and that’s okay, that’s good, you’ve got to keep moving, so long as you remember all the people that you used to be.” It may be a bit of a stretch, but that’s what I’m imagining with this flickr situation – the site is changing, and, as I discussed earlier, it frankly needed some of these changes in order to remain economically viable. But from the social/interaction aspect, flickr was something, and thanks to the photo cap and (particularly) the paywall, now it’s becoming something else, with the platform we like/want/need ceasing to exist. Really, it’s just a shame.

So, to summarize: I’ll still be here. And I’ll miss all of you, as well.

Uploads continue Saturday.

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* – On an unrelated, but related, note: not only am I losing a bunch of you guys, I’ve also lost “Doctor Who”… my mom and I, who have been watching together since the Matt Smith era, have taken the show off of our TiVo to-do list this season. I like Jodie Whittaker’s new Doctor, but I really don’t care for the writing of the show at all. It seems like Chris Chibnall (the new showrunner) is trying to morph the show into a more dramatic character piece, which I don’t like at all. Similarly, there’s a new composer this season as well, and the music – which sets the mood – is no longer as fun as it used to be. “Rosa,” the last episode we watched, actually made me uncomfortable as we watched it. Don’t get me wrong – the episode was beautifully handled, and the fact that its portrayal of the 1960s in southern America was so realistic makes it a powerful teaching tool (one reviewer whose article I read noted that he wouldn’t be surprised if it began being showed in classrooms soon). But that’s just the thing – I watch “Doctor Who” because it’s science fiction, not reality-based. It’s just not the same anymore. Which, again, is a shame.

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Klay Thompson scored 27 points as the Golden State Warriors stretched their winning streak to eight games with a 117-101 victory over the Memphis Grizzlies on Monday. Thompson was one of five Warriors players in double-digits as the NBA champions overcame a sluggish start to wrap up a comfortable victory
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Randall „Memphis“ Raines (Nicolas Cage) war der erfolgreichste Autodieb in Long Beach: Nachdem er in den Ruhestand gegangen ist, sank die Zahl der Diebstähle um fast 50 Prozent! Jetzt hat sein kleiner Bruder Kip (Giovanni Ribisi) einen Job vermasselt und mächtig Ärger mit seinem Hehler. Der droht damit, Kip und Memphis umzubringen, wenn Memphis ihm nicht bis zum Freitagmorgen 50 exotische Luxusschlitten besorgt. Eine schier unlösbare Aufgabe, schließlich ist es bereits Montag und Memphis ist schon die Polizei auf den Fersen ...
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AR-West Memphis, As a Tire/Lube Technician will work in a Pilot Truck Care Center which is an "on-highway" location providing light mechanical service and tire service to the Commercial Trucking industry. Responsibilities will include but not be limited to: Repair, replacement, mounting and balancing (Tire Service). Completing lube, oil change, filter service and brake adjustment (Preventive Maintenance). Draining
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Kedves Érdeklődő!
Üdvözli Önt a lira. hu online könyváruház csapata.
Kedvező személyes átvételi lehetőség Budapest szívében, a Fókusz Könyváruházban (1072 Budapest Rákóczi út 14. ). Áruházunk közel 50 éve széles könyvválasztékkal áll a vevők rendelkezésére.
A megrendelt könyveket a személyes átvételen túl házhozszállítással is átveheti. A szállítási díj a rendelés értékétől függ: 5000 Ft alatt 799 Ft, 5001-10000 Ft között 599 Ft, 10000 Ft felett ingyenes az ország egész területén.
Minden könyvünk új, kiváló állapotú, azonban a folyamatosan változó készlet miatt előfordulhat, hogy a megrendelt könyv elfogyott áruházunk készletéből.
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Szállítási és átvételi lehetőségek:
Személyes átvétel
Budapest szívében, az Astoria és a Blaha Lujza tér között található Fókusz Könyváruházban.
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Megrendelését karácsony után tudjuk teljesíteni.
Személyes átvétel esetén értesítést küldünk, hogy mikor veheti át a rendelést, amennyiben értesítés nélkül jön átvenni a rendelést, azt nem tudjuk teljesíteni.
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Köszönjük, hogy bennünket választott, reméljük, hogy a jövőben is megelégedésére szolgálunk.
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A ‘jump for joy’ release for Southern Soul buffs!  James Govan, the Mississippi-born, Memphis-bred soul singer, only released three singles in the 1970s and one latter-day album in the early 80s. Among connaisseurs, his rare 45s for FAME have long been regarded as some of...

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OH MY GOD, WONKETTE PEOPLE AND OTHER PEOPLE WHO MAY BE READING THIS NOW, IT IS TIME TO DO THE THING!

First of all, we want to tell you that we feel pretty good about things. But we also want to say that polls are still open in lots of places! So if there's anybody you know who might not have voted and there's still time, GTFO and get them there! But we also want you to know that if we win tonight, we're in the win together. If we ... grrrrrrrr ... NON-WIN tonight, then first of all if it's Stacey Abrams in Georgia, we're calling for an investigation. But if things somehow don't break our way (on top of calling for investigations) we are STILL in this together. Because win or lose, our work is not over tonight! But let's hope we win.

DEEP BREATHS.


NBC has released some exit polls, and while exit polls don't necessarily mean shit while the polls are still open, they're interesting. For instance, according to those they surveyed, Trump only has a 44% approval rating, which is lower than Obama in 2010 and Bill Clinton in 1994, and those were BLOODBATHS. Also, according to Chuck Todd on the television, this is the least white midterm electorate ever of all time. Thank GOD. Democrats' favorables are higher than Republicans' favorables, so that is also a good thing. However, Trump approval seems a bit high in exits from Georgia and Florida, but those are not final numbers and they ain't no early vote exit polls either, so that might not mean shit!

Anyway, polls are closing ... NOW! ... in KY-06, which is one of our first important races of the night, that of badass Amy McGrath vs. suckass Andy Barr. Also, in general, we will get stuff from the Eastern Time Zone parts of Indiana, which is where Joe Donnelly is trying to hold on to his Senate seat.

Settle in, kids, we got a long night ahead of us.

6:15: How about a couple nice facts to start us out? Fact one comes in this tweet, about how the NRA is a sad shell of its former self and the gun control groups are OUTGAMIN' them:

The second fact is this screengrab from MSNBC, what is talking about people who voted in a midterm for the very first time, which turns out according to the exit polls was 16 percent of the electorate. This is how they broke down in casting their votes:

We can work with that!

6:37: OK, Wonkers, we have your first dispatch from Wonkette Secret Teen Election Genius, who A) exists and is B) snarking from an undisclosed location. He says "Tell Dana Bash that she is full of shit, and the fact that Braun is up 5,400 when Gary and Fort Wayne and ALL THE PLACES are still voting, oh and also the only thing reporting right now is a few dirty red counties, is MEANINGLESS."

Correct, Wonkette Secret Teen Election Genius!

Also, KY-5 has been called for the incumbent Republican Hal Rogers. This is meaningless and not a surprise.

Also, who runs elections in Georgia? That guy must be A IDIOT.

Oh that's right. Brian Kemp runs elections in Georgia. DERP.

6:45: We are 15 minutes from some poll closings. Florida! Georgia! Virginia! This is where we'll start to get a feeling about how the night is going to go.

We really don't have updates for you on KY-06 or IN-SEN, because Jesus, there's like 1% in and they're only reporting absentee votes from farm animals, which are ILLEGAL VOTER FRAUD FOR THE RECORD.

6:56: Oh nothing, just the adult human governor of Texas retweeting Jim Hoft and taking him seriously.

6:57: Here is a nerdy update about what's been reported in the KY-06 race between Amy McGrath (the good Democrat) and Andy Barr (the bad man):

Fayette County is the most populous county. It is where Lexington is! McGrath is overperforming and the votes are coming in slow. In Barr's turf, which is coming in faster, he's barely hitting his benchmark.

These are good things! For the record, Wonkette Secret Teen Election Genius thinks McGrath is going to win. Let's see if WSTEG really has ninja election skills or not.

7:00: Actual updates!

You guys, this might be a shock, but Bernie Sanders has won re-election. Also Tim Kaine has re-winned his Senate seat in Virginia. These are according to NBC News, which is not AP, which is what we usually follow, but fuck, Brian Williams was talking so we decided to tell you what he said.

7:12: TELL US A THING, STEVE KORNACKI THAT WE HAVE A MASSIVE CRUSH ON PLEASE DON'T TELL NOBODY:

Basically what Kornacki is telling us is that based on where the early vote is coming in in Florida, Andrew Gillum is outperforming Hillary Clinton and Ron DeSantis is underperforming Trump, in key counties. These are good signs!

7:16: Hey, here's a good progress report for you! Remember crazy ass Kim Davis, the county clerk in Kentucky what hates the gays so much? She is currently NOT WINNING:

7:23: OK, we have a LOT of Florida vote in now, and you will be happy to know that both Andrew Gillum and Bill Nelson are doing very comfortably well.

Also the Democrats have picked up the governorship of Guam, according to MSNBC.

GUAM, FUCK YEAH!

7:25: And here is a race to keep your eye on. Florida's 15th, where Republican Dennis Ross decided not to run for re-election. It's TIGHT right now, but like we said, just keep your eye on it.

7:29: Chuck Todd is currently Chuck Todd-ing about WHAT DOES IT MEAN if Abrams wins in Georgia and Gillum wins in Florida but Bredesen doesn't win in Tennessee? (Chuck Todd knows nothing about Tennessee politics.)

We really want them all to win, partially to see how confused Chuck Todd gets about WHAT DOES IT MEAN.

7:33: Here is some good news that is not final news! in Virginia's 10th, Jennifer Wexton is currently kicking GOP Rep. Barbara Comstock's ASS and she is probably DONE, but Wonkette can't make that call yet. However, in the county that's mostly in (Loudoun), Wexton is matching Hillary Clinton's numbers. Hillary won that district.

7:37: We are sorry to say but the election has been cancelled because Jim Hoft, The Stupidest Man On The Internet, has a BOOM!

We are sorry for ever thinking #Blexit was not a thing :(

7:40: WE HAVE OUR FIRST BIG DEMOCRATIC PICKUP OF THE NIGHT! In VA-10, Republican Barbara Comstock has been BEATED by awesome new Democrat Jennifer Wexton, according to the AP. Now, this was, out of all the districts, the one we pretty much knew any idiot could beat the incumbent Republican. But it has happened!

May it be the first of many!

7:59: Good news, bad news Wonkers. Democrat Donna Shalala flips FL-27, and Denver Rigglemen (aka Mr. Bigfoot Porn) holds VA-5.

Also, this is Yr FDF.

8:00 A bunch of NO SHIT calls in the 8 o'clock hour. Senate in MD, DE, CT, RI, MA, PA -- all Dems, woohoo. Governor's races in PA, and MA. Why even does Massachusetts have a Republican governor, Yr FDF asks from Maryland. AHEM.

8:10 I see you out there freaking out about Florida. Cut that shit out! Lots of Miami-Dade, most of Broward, and Tallahassee and Tampa are still out. Just chill.

8:12 Editrix has made a grievous error in omitting to help you to help her to get hammered.

8:35: OK GUYS HI, IT IS EVAN AGAIN. So we've had a couple/bunch of kind of obvious calls, like for instance we will still have Jim Jordan of Ohio and Matt Gaetz of Florida to kick around. Joy.

NBC projects that all the people who said "Bob Menendez might lose, you guys!" are absolutely full of shit, and that Menendez will be a winner, winner, chicken dinner.

Andrew Gillum's race against the shithead continues to be a fucking nailbiter, and so does Bill Nelson's Senate race, so BRB having some heart attacks.

Georgia is way too early to call and Brian Kemp is obviously looking for some Stacey Abrams votes to delete somehow.

Karl Dean, per NBC, has lost his race to be the Democratic governor of Tennessee. Let us tell you, as a Tennessee Person, that we don't think that race has ONE SOLITARY DICK to do with Phil Bredesen's race in Tennessee, which is still very early to call. (We predicted Karl would lose. We hated to say it but it was just damn true.)

Finally, JB Pritzker and Gina Raimondo are the governors of Illinois and Rhode Island, respectively. Oh and that Republican fucker Hogan in Maryland.

8:45: OH HEY YOU GUYS, looks like Beto won the early vote in Texas. Maybe that will stick!

Sorry, we are at that plateau portion of the night where all the nailbiters drag out. Grrrrrrr.

8:47: Bad news, you guys. Lots of Democrats are going to win tonight, but Amy McGrath isn't one of them. :(

8:57: MSNBC says Joe Donnelly has lost his race in Indiana. And our Senate dreams begin to slip away ...

But RELAX, GUYS, there is a lot of night left. The Senate was always a longshot with this year's map.

8:59: Democratic Senator Joe Manchin keeps his seat, so we'll still have him to kick around, JUST KIDDING WE ARE GLAD TO SEE THAT A REPUBLICAN DID NOT PICK UP THAT SENATE SEAT, ESPECIALLY IF JOE DONNELLY SUCKS AN ASS.

Martin Heinrich, Amy Klobuchar, Tammy Baldwin, Kirsten Gillibrand also all going back to the Senate, according to the 9:00 PM calls after those poll closings. Those were all expected, obviously.

9:03: Guys. We were wrong, unless NBC is wrong. MSNBC just called Tennessee for Marsha Fucking Blackburn.

9:05: OK, but here is a good news! Amendment 4 in Florida, which restores voting rights to felons who have paid their debt to society, is projected to pass!

9:07: Also, we want to let you know what is out in Florida, and it's a small part of Miami-Dade County and also 30% of Fucking Broward County, because it's always Fucking Broward County. That's why so much is in right now, and everything is still too close to fucking call, goddammit.

9:17: OK, we are going to say we don't know if MSNBC's projection (not call, PROJECTION) that Bredesen loses in Tennessee was wrong, but we are going to say we think they (and CNN) may have gotten in front of their skis a little bit. Why? Shelby and Davidson counties are not remotedly reporting yet. (That's the Memphis metro and Nashville.)

Everything else still a fucking nailbiter oh my god we haven't even started drinking yet can you believe it?

9:29: Happy Democrat House pickups to report!

Democrat Mary Gay Scanlon wins PA-05! Pickup!

Democrat Jason Crow wins CO-06! Pickup!

9:37: More happy!

JARED POLIS WINS THE GOVERNOR'S RACE IN COLORADO!

This means this is the first state in America to be run BY A GAY DUDE!

9:39: More happy!!!!!

Conor Lamb wins newly created PA-17 district! This counts as a pickup, even though he was already in Congress, because again, redrawn new district!

9:41: MOAR HAPPY!!1111!!!

They are both the first!

Anyway, Texas and Florida are still shitshows.

9:43: MOAR HAPPY!

9:45: If you've been wondering why we haven't been talking about the GA-Gov race, it is because they are counting SLOW. That's right, Brian Kemp is using his fingers AND his toes.

9:49: Here is another happy!

Also Democrat Dean Phillips just beat incumbent Republican Erik Paulsen in MN-03, so there is another #pickup!

By the way, if you are having PTSD, please let us help you.

We are pretty sure we are going to win the House. We are pretty sure we are not gonna win the Senate. ALL OF THIS WAS EXPECTED. In fact, the Dems are doing pretty much everything we expected.

Also, as Steve Kornacki just said on the MSNBC, there were 25 GOP districts that Hillary Clinton won in 2016. The GOP has not kept a single one of them yet.

RELAX, the night is a fetus.

9:55: HOORAY!

SHARICE DAVIDS is projected by MSNBC to win KS-03, which is another Dem pickup! Sharice Davids, as Rachel Maddow just pointed out, is both Native American and also a lesbian. First Native woman in the House.

This. Is. YOOGE.

9:56: And Mikie Sherrill (that is a GIRL Mikie, FYI) wins in NJ-11. That is another Dem pickup, in a NON-Hillary district!

9:58: YOU GUYS KRIS KOBACH JUST FUCKING LOST TO DEMOCRAT LAURA KELLY FOR GOVERNOR OF KANSAS.

Also, Carlos Curbelo lost his seat in Florida to Democrat Debbie Mukarsey-Powell in FL-26. That is a pickup!\

BUT YOU GUYS KRIS KOBACH OMG OMG OMG OMG OMG OMG.

Elaine Luria picks up VA-02 against GOP incumbent Scott Taylor in a Trump district.

And Chrissy Houlahan The Democrat picks up a seat in the new PA-06.

And Max Rose beats Staten Island's DAN DONOVAN for another DEMOCRATIC PICUP!

Susan Wild wins PA-07. She is a Democrat! This is Charlie Dent's old seat!

12 to go for a majority!

We just copied all Steve Kornacki's homeworks!

10:09: MSNBC projects Heidi Heitkamp loses her seat in North Dakota. Voter suppression wins.

Everybody take a moment and remember the stand she took for decency in voting against Brett Kavanaugh. She is a good person.

10:13: And MSNBC projects Beto loses.

Deep breaths, everyone. Deep breaths.

10:15: Listen, you guys.

Beto O'Rourke was always a long shot. If this holds, HE WAS NEVER SUPPOSED TO BE THIS CLOSE TO BEATING TED CRUZ.

Also, he just became the 2020 frontrunner.

10:20: Fuck, we walk away for eight seconds!

Pete Sessions loses in TX! To a black guy! Named Colin Allred! We predicted this!

And Democrat Haley Stevens beats Lena Epstein, who invited that fake Jew for Jesus to Mike Pence's rally!

Pickup!

Pickup!

As of now, the GOP keeps the Senate, and the Dems will officially take the House.

10:26: Hey, here is a fact. Pennsylvania elected SEVEN WOMEN to the House tonight. SEVEN.

10:28: Oh hey, Democrat Michelle Lujan Grisham is the new badass gov of New Mexico!

10:34: Fuck yeah, Gretchen Whittmer wins MI-Gov, per MSNBC! This is another GREAT thing, considering what Michigan has gone through the past few years.

Oh yeah and Marsha Blackburn officially won in Tennessee, Jesus Christ, can Memphis and Nashville just secede from the state and we'll call the rest Camp Dipshit?

10:43: Y'ALL! Y'ALL!

BIG NEWS!

Y'ALL!

Remember Kim Davis? The Kentucky clerk what hates the gays? She ain't get to be the county clerk of Rowan County no more, because dickhead lost!

10:46: More happy! Peter Roskam is projected to lose IL-06 to Sean Kasten, a known Democrat!

Oh also, the Dems just flipped the Colorado state senate.

11:01: ANTONIO DELGADO BEATS JOHN FASO IN NY-19!

ANTHONY BRINDISI BEATS CLAUDIA TENNEY, LITERALLY THE WORST ASSHOLE IN CONGRESS, IN NY-22!

And also Andrew Gillum conceded :(

And MSNBC is calling Ron DeSantis the "apparent winner."

But Tina Smith keeps her Senate seat in Minnesota!

And now the polls are closed on the West Coast and more stuff will happen we guess.

11:05: Oh, and Abby Finkenauer beats incumbent Republican Rod Blum in Iowa's 1st!

So yes, guys. There are bad things. But there are good things.

LIke just now, Dem Lizzie Fletcher beats GOP incumbent John Culberson in TX-7!

Beto helped, you guys.

11:09: Wanna see a really fun one?

HOT. DAMN.

FUCK DAVE BRAT SOOOOOO HARD, GOODBYE.

11:13: By the way, you guys, Democrats have a net gain of 21 seats.

Also, OOH! OOH! New Dem congressperson for Oklahoma! Kendra Horn! She beat Steve Russell! OK-05! Oklahoma previous had NO DEMOCRATS IN CONGRESS!

11:17: Debbie Stabenow keeps her Senate seat in Michigan, so STFU to Fox News for being like "this black Republican John James might surprise everybody by beating her, because we're Fox News, and we think black voters are dumb! He took money from white supremacists, but that's probably OK!"

11:22: Angie Craig, a Dem, has defeated incumbent GOP dick Jason Lewis in MN-02!

Also, MSNBC just said actually now there have been 100 women elected to the House. SO THAT'S A THING.

11:44: MICHIGAN. LEGALIZED. WEED.

11:48: Welp. Claire McCaskill lost her seat.

Did the Russians rig the Senate but couldn't figure out how to rig the House?

12:12: LOLOLOLOL BETO IS GIVING THE MOST AMAZING "CONCESSION" SPEECH EVER AND HE SAID "I'M SO FUCKING PROUD OF YOU GUYS" AND HE ENUNCIATED IT AND IT PLAYED ON TV AND OMG THIS IS HIS 2020 ANNOUNCEMENT SPEECH.

12:16: HE IS SO FUCKING PROUD OF YOU GUYS

12:33: You guys still here? We are! Stuff is still happening! And we are still absorbing results! But yeah mostly we are watching Beto saying "fucking" over and over again, because that is our sexual orientation now.

12:34: OK, now we are going to bum you the fuck out, because look what Alabama and West Virginia did tonight:

Voters in Alabama and West Virginia have approved amendments to their respective state constitutions that seek to immediately ban abortion if Roe V. Wade—the landmark 1973 decision that made abortion legal nationwide—is ever overturned by the Supreme Court.

Yep. Hit this link for more.

12:37: You guys, let's give New York's 27th a chance to take a bow for actually winning re-election for indicted GOP Rep. Chris Collins, EVEN THOUGH LIKE WE JUST SAID HE IS INDICTED AS FUCK RIGHT NOW.

Some people are just not good at America-ing. Like the voters of NY-27.

12:41: And holy Christ, Duncan Hunter in California too! He's under 60 indictments! Because that's OK!

Hell, maybe they'll have special elections after they go to jail.

12:44: AW HELL YEAH, YOU REMEMBER THIS GUY, RIGHT?

Also Maine flipped its state Senate blue tonight.

12:47: More Maine good news!

Shithole Maine Governor Paul LePage will be replaced by a DEMOCRAT LADY named Janet Mills! Hooray for Janet Mills!

12:50: Cough ABOLISH THE SENATE cough.


1:08 That beady-eyed little badger-fucker is hanging on for another hour or two at least! Looks like Walker might have the votes in Green Bay to close the gap with Evers. BUTBUTBUT there are 45,000 absentee ballots that Milwaukee is about to count right now! And Milwaukee is going pretty big for Evers, so .... NO ONE IS EVER GOING TO SLEEP!

1:40: Sorry, we are not updating OFTEN right now because we are tired and li'l bit drunk but Stacey Abrams is speaking and SHE IS NOT BEING CONCILIATORY.

Let's see if she says "fucking"!

1:45: Remember that what's happening in Georgia, if something surprising doesn't happen with the margin (Kemp is up 51-48 right now) tonight, they're looking for it to at least narrow to the point that Kemp is under 50. That means they go to a runoff. And then it just comes down to whose voters care more.

1:56: Of course.

Sure why not.

But more importantly, it looks like -- seriously -- Scott Walker might be about to go down in Wisconsin, because of some absentee ballots that just were counted from Milwaukee.

Seriously.

If this is the election that takes down Scott Walker ...

LOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOL

2:01: OH THANK GOD.

Clark is Las Vegas, if you didn't know.

2:17: The locals are reporting that Jacky Rosen has won in Nevada. HOORAY!

Oh yeah, did you hear we took Mark Sanford's seat in South Carolina?

And it looks like Mia Love lost in Utah too, but they haven't called it. So.

OK guys, we have had a lot of BEER, because, just like Brett Kavanaugh, we like BEER, but unlike Brett Kavanaugh, we don't assault women or men or anybody else. (Do we still have to say "allegedly" about Brett Kavanaugh's allegations? Oh well fuck it.)

What we are saying is that this liveblog is basically over, unless we come back, which is totally possible, but if we stay until the bitter end, we're not coming in tomorrow.

Oh yeah, looks like Scott Walker is going the fuck down and we won't know anything about Kyrsten Sinema until one million minutes from now.

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What up, America, you votin' so hard right now? Us too!

So we figured we'd just put up an open thread/liveblog of good stuff, bad stuff, fucked up stuff, funny stuff, because it ain't like there's any other breaking news besides OMG VOTING IS SO HOT RIGHT NOW.

As we made the decision to do this post, we were watching the MSNBC, like the common gay liberal we are, and we exclaimed "MSNBC IS SO GAY RIGHT NOW." Jonathan Capehart was on there talking about his husband who works for Senator Heidi Heitkamp's campaign and Josh Barro was sitting there like "Uh huh I am also too a gay leather daddy but I do not have a story about Heidi Heitkamp's campaign at the moment for I have failed at life," and host Craig Melvin was like "I am not gay but most of the other people in this building at any given time are, OH HEY LOOK AN UPDATE ON BETO!"

So that is your MSNBC status report.

Our next updates in this post will be less vapid, or maybe they won't, you can't tell us what to do.


11:34: Here is an awesome woman in Oklahoma who is a Republican and who voted straight Dem for the first time ever because she was super fuckin' grossed out by the Kavanaugh hearings. Thank you, awesome Oklahoma woman!

11:37: MSNBC has also been playing this video all morning of a badass Beto voter in Texas. She is your new Nana, and you are lucky for that.

11:40: Beto voted! Hopefully the voting machine didn't "accidentally" change his vote to Ted Cruz!

11:45: If you need a reminder of what we're fighting against, you should know that Trump seems to have convinced his followers he has TWO DICKS. This lady votes, y'all.

11:49: Wonkette's official Niece has a question for you, about voting:

And Jacob Wohl has visited his imaginary hipster coffee shop and met some new imaginary friends:

That is just how it always is. It's also how people refer to gay people, as "LGBT couples."

12:10: So one of the big stories today is that lines are long EVERYWHERE. Some places, that's a good and normal thing, because they don't have early voting (Missouri and New York for instance, though New York is known for not having its shit together on a regular basis). Some places are having balls-out crazy turnout even though their early voting was balls-out crazy. We're hearing about this in Tennessee, where we live. Also, it's happening in Georgia, though SOME OF THE FUCKERY has to do with things like this:

Oh for God's sake. Can they be any more obvious? "Let's put just a couple voting machines in SW Atlanta, it'll be fiiiiiine." (SW Atlanta has a high African-American population, if you didn't know.)

12:20: For more on voter problems around the country, here is a thread from Ari Berman, who is monitoring all that:

In short, shit is fucked up in Georgia, and if Brian Kemp ekes out a tiny little win there, now you know why. If everybody who's qualified to vote gets to vote, Brian Kemp loses. If he can suppress just enough voters, he wins. It's the GOP way!

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12:34: What's wrong with voting in Alabama? Oh, just MOIST BALLOTS.

12:41: Jesus Christ, did Brian Kemp visit all the majority black precincts in Georgia last night and fuck up their voting machines? Read this whole thread.

1:11: Do you know anybody in these states/districts who might need a nudge to the polls today? Do they like having healthcare? Jimmy Kimmel is here with a helpful list of people who voted to screw people with pre-existing conditions!

1:15: Big surprise, but shit is FUCKED in North Dakota and the GOP is doing everything it can to keep folks from voting:


1:21: If this doesn't get folks to the polls to vote against Republicans dunno what will ...

1:32: Texas. Probably no big deal, bet there are no Beto voters in ARLINGTON.

1:39: Some voting problems aren't about wet ballots but more like about WET FARTS.

Andy Richter persisted:

1:44: Yes, there are some crazy voting problems happening, especially in Georgia. But maybe this tweet will make you feel better:

1:46: Ivanka Trump says please vote, does not specify that people should vote for Republicans. So DO LIKE IVANKA SAYS, DEMOCRAT PARTY!

1:55: Here is a fact about the Republican asshole running against Debbie Stabenow in Michigan.

2:14: No tweet or news item to share with you here, but from what we can see on MSNBC, voter turnout in Nashville is OFF THE CHAIN. And we've been hearing the same from our friends in Memphis, and we are not hearing about voting maching fuckery or anything like that.

This is good news for John McCain Phil Bredesen.

2:27: These morons, because they don't believe women, STILL do not get that we REALLY, TRULY BELIEVE THE WOMEN. As in we REALLY, TRULY BELIEVE THAT BRETT KAVANAUGH TRIED TO RAPE OR OTHERWISE SEXUALLY ASSAULT OR HARASS THOSE WOMEN.

Really! We do!

And we're going to say so every time he writes a ruling or otherwise appears in public! And we're going to tell our kids to stay away from him!

REALLY!

2:41: In case you were wondering, voting in Georgia is still fucked up.

2:45: Also speaking of Georgia, hey look, it is Jon Ossoff on the MSNBC, talking about Lucy McBath's hopes to beat that asshole Karen Handel who beat him last year!

3:00: Steve King says you're not invited to his election night No Gays Allowed Nazi party and neither is the newspaper. Aren't you sad?

3:09: One final tweet for this thread, we think, before we take a big break and then come back to liveblog you when the first polls close at 6 PM ET in parts of Kentucky and Indiana.

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Finding New Homes

Last but not least for this evening… I was walking down the aisle at my local Kroger this past weekend, when this unexpected display grabbed my attention! I had heard that the TRU intellectual property owners had signed a deal with a “prominent midwest retailer” to feature these “Geoffrey’s Toy Box” displays in their stores this holiday season, but I wasn’t expecting that retailer to be Kroger. (Not least because I don’t really consider Kroger to be a midwestern retailer, but hey.) The full list of Kroger stores featuring these displays can be found at this link; in the Delta Division, it appears that it can be found in the stores in Hernando (pictured), Southaven (Goodman/Getwell), and Jackson (I-55) in Mississippi; Collierville (New Byhalia), Jackson (University), Bartlett (Stage), Cordova (Trinity Commons), Germantown (Farmington), and Lakeland in Tennessee; and a handful of stores in Arkansas as well, none of which are in the Memphis metropolitan area however (mostly the Little Rock area, it appears).

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Now… while we’re on the topic of “finding new homes” (as my photo title notes)… am I supposed to talk about the impending flickr changes? I feel like surely, if you use the site, you’ve heard about them by now (and if you’re a nonmember, you can read about them at this link). I guess some of you are probably interested to hear about my future plans, so I might as well discuss the whole thing. Personally, I am planning on staying here on flickr.

But many of you aren’t.

Thinking about this the past several days, I’ve been trying to figure out what I feel is the worst part of this deal. There are certainly few, if any, upsides to it; much of the effects are negative. Ultimately, I’m having trouble focusing on just one part that is worse than the rest, so I might as well just bring up each element in turn.

First: the photo limit. Let me start off by addressing the counterargument here: I actually agree with the site’s new owners that the previously-offered 1TB of free storage was insane, and not economically feasible to continue providing. I get that, and I have no problem with limiting the amount that free users may contribute to the site as a result. Where I take issue is with the fact that the limit is 1,000 photos.

Let me be clear: I think 1,000 photos, in and of itself, is not a bad limit. Could it be higher? Sure. But Don MacAskill seems to have done his research, talked to flickr users, and decided that 1,000 is justifiable, so I’m not going to question that. (Let me also be clear on this: Don MacAskill is not my enemy. Some others I’ve seen appear to be adopting that stance, but I don’t blame him. Broadly speaking, my feeling is more of an “I’m not angry, just disappointed” stance. But more on that later.)

Another factor I don’t mind – in fact, which I very much like – is stating the limit in terms of number of photos, and not storage capacity. As MacAskill noted, it is much easier for us to understand the meaning of 1,000 photos than it is 50GB. No, my issue with the photo limit arises from the fact that this limit will be applying to everyone. I’m completely okay with limiting new users, who sign up after the changes take effect, to 1,000 photos. But forcing that limit on ALL free users – including those of us who are above that limit, such as myself – is unfair, in my opinion.

This bleeds right into my next issue: for those free users who have over 1,000 existing photos on their accounts, the site will soon automatically delete photos from said users’ photostreams until they meet the 1,000 photo limit. The new management team obviously recognizes the importance of photographs, so it seems at odds with that recognition for them to, in the same breath, devise a plan to erase thousands of photos from the site forever. In my simplemindedness, I’ve been concerned about this forced deletion causing lost comments and broken links. The broader-minded internet backlash has brought about additional concerns I hadn’t considered, such as the effect of the deletion on accounts that haven’t been updated in years (that is to say, you can “save” your own photos from deletion by downloading them back to your computer, but who is there to complete that task for an account that is inactive?).

An effective compromise, to my mind, would be to “freeze” existing accounts where they are on the date of the change. For example: I have 4,678 photos in my stream as of tonight. So, my account would be “frozen” at 4,678 photos. This is above the 1,000 photo limit, but it involves no deletion of existing photos, the action which I think everyone can agree with is the most heinous thing to come out of these changes.

I began considering the counterargument to this, however, and it became obvious that that’s probably not a good idea after all. The reason: an account with the 1,000 photo limit will likely have the ability, once it reaches that limit, to delete one of those 1,000 images and “replace” it with a new image, thereby allowing the account to remain active. An account frozen with 4,678 photos, however, might attempt to “game the system” by deleting one of those 4,678 and replacing it – much in the same way as the 1,000-limited account, except this account could cheat and remain at 4,678. The only way this would be able to work fairly is if the account frozen at 4,678 would not be allowed to post anything new until his or her account were to arrive at or below the 1,000 photo limit imposed on all other free accounts.

From that viewpoint, I can see why freezing accounts was not the first option chosen: sure, it would be easy to freeze the accounts, but then those users would effectively be forced to become inactive. At least by deleting images, everyone will be on a level playing field. There are still many different arguments that could be taken in favor of either direction here, but I don’t feel like exploring them further. I believe I made my main point clear: there’s not really a “good” option, either way.

Of course, the way to circumvent these issues is to join flickr pro – which is very obviously what the new site owners want us to consider. The issue here lies in the fact that flickr pro is pricey. $50 a year isn’t a low figure. There are many other ways and venues to store your photos. But flickr is more than a photo storage site. It’s a place for interaction regarding photos. So in effect, what flickr is asking us is whether or not that interaction – the additional benefit, above just plain photo storage – is worth paying for.

To me, it is. I’m not exaggerating when I say that I’ve made a lot of great friends here, and thoroughly enjoy using this site. This is my hobby, and I don’t want to give it up. I may only have 4,000-something photos posted to the site right now, but you’d be amazed at the amount I have waiting in my archives. I’m not going to let those go to waste. I’m also not interested in uploading them at some different platform. (I’ll get into those reasons a little later on.) flickr is the place for me. I like commenting with y’all, I like viewing and faving y’all’s photos, and – quite frankly – I like the organization aspect of the site. (I tag and geotag my photos. I place my photos into albums. I upload photos in themed “weeks” every Saturday of the year. And, very obviously, I write long descriptions to accompany each image. This is the only site that gives me all of those capabilities, as well as the aforementioned interaction benefits, in one place. If I have to pay for it, so be it. I like it too much to leave.)

What I take issue with is the amount we’re being asked to pay. I’ve seen some others suggest a tiered payment platform, with each tier having a higher photo limit until you get to the $50 tier, which features unlimited photos. That seems like it would be a nice compromise. Compared to the logistics and theoretical issues plaguing the photo limit and deletion problems, too, this seems like one that could easily be implemented. And who knows, perhaps the new site leaders are considering this. In my opinion, it would definitely be worth them looking into. Perhaps a cheaper price, coupled with a photo limit higher than 1,000 but less than unlimited/1TB, would entice many of you into staying around rather than jumping ship.

While I’m on the topic of the pricing of flickr pro: I did want to point out that the price has not, in fact, doubled. I’ve seen that posted a lot, but was never able to confirm it. I finally found a post commenting on the root of this rumor in the help forum: an old rate of $25 had been grandfathered in until this year, when the rate for all pro users became standard at $50 a year. It’s easy to attribute this to all the other major changes announced last week, but in fact, it took effect several months ago.

And speaking of the help forum: there’s a lot of great clarification there, from the flickr and SmugMug teams. You’ve likely heard that only 3% of free accounts have over 1,000 photos, and thus are the ones affected by the deletion program on its way to being implemented. One such clarification makes the important distinction that a majority of that 3% “are largely storing vast quantities of *private* photos, not public ones, [and thus] aren’t contributing to the community but *are* making Flickr more costly to run and harder for us to build great things for you. It’s not fair that loyal Flickr Pro customers are supporting those types of accounts.” This better justifies the reasoning behind the deletion program. Had the original press release made sure to note that a majority of this 3% was using flickr only for its photo storage capabilities, while ignoring its social aspects, I think a lot more users might have been on board with the need to impose the limit. As I noted earlier, there are plenty of places to simply store photos. flickr is a place for doing more than that. So yes, I agree, if there are users out there who are effectively abusing the purpose of the site, I have no problem with asking them to delete their photos or move them elsewhere. (To be clear: this is not saying that I have suddenly reversed course and become okay with deleting everyone else’s photos, be it those who upload only publicly or those who have a mix of public and private photos in their stream. I am only okay with deleting the images of those who are using the site exclusively for private storage and have zero public photos or comments.)

Another, more pertinent staff comment reads, “The problem is that everyone agrees Flickr is staggeringly expensive to operate and that someone needs to pay for it, but nobody wants to be the one to pay. Of course, I understand that, but our job is to strike the right balance to make sure the costs are covered by asking those who get the most value out of Flickr to be a paying member. The best way we have to identify who those people are is based on the number of photos stored with us. Is it perfect? No. But after 5 years of hunting for a better way, I’ve never heard one proposed.

“So, yes, the 3% of members whose usage patterns look for all intents and purposes the most like those who have opted to buy Pro memberships” – that is, the portion of the 3% not abusing the site for private photo storage purposes, I’m assuming – “but who are currently getting it for free, are the ones who are asked to make a choice. We sincerely hope that you’ll agree that you get a tremendous value for your money and that you’ll join the ranks of the Pros. But it’s 100% your choice and if you choose otherwise, it’s your call.”

I can’t confirm yet that I’ll be getting a “tremendous” value for my money, particularly since I imagine I’ll be getting most of the same experience I’ve been getting for free thus far. But I’m willing to give it a shot.

I hope I’m correct in saying that those of you who are leaving are not entirely unwilling to give flickr a shot, but rather are simply unable. Well, “unwilling” might not be the best word for that. I understand that $50 is a lot to pay, and even if you can afford it, you may not want to. But I still do firmly believe that flickr is the only place that provides all of the options I mentioned before in one all-encompassing website. I’ve seen many of you mention moving to Blogger or Facebook as free substitutes for flickr. I’ll support whatever route you choose, but here are my personal cons for each of those sites and why I’m not choosing them:

Blogger: to see images clearly, you must enlarge them and view them separately from main post; Blogger’s platform, I’ve found, is not very user-friendly, especially if you’ve got a lot of photos to upload; there are no comment alerts to let you know when you’ve received a reply; I personally prefer to use my blog to host more long-form, formal posts, as opposed to informal descriptions here on flickr (yes, I consider this volume “informal” XD ) – theoretically, if I wanted to, I could start another blog, but that still doesn’t solve those other issues. (Pros of Blogger include some semblance of organization [not albums, but tags]; the “reading list” feature so you can track new posts of the blogs you follow; and the lack of a need for your viewers to be a member of the site in order to interact with your content.)

Facebook: you must be a member to interact with anyone’s content or receive comment alerts (and I have no desire to become a Facebook member); you also cannot view any comments at all on the mobile version of the site.

Instagram: I haven’t seen many of you say you’re considering this as an option, but in my opinion, insofar as your flickr content is based on photos, descriptions, comments, and faves, this seems like the most similar layout. However, for this site you also must be a member in order to interact, and there are also no organization abilities (to my knowledge).

I follow 100 people, and over this past week I’ve made a list of 35 of you who upload content the most regularly. Of these 35, only 5 have pro already. 14 of the remaining 30 of you have stated your plans for the future. 13 of those 14 are planning on leaving the site. I’ll let that sink in.

If this trend continues – which, unfortunately, it likely will – then there will be a much smaller community here on flickr, once the dust settles. With you all scattering to the four winds, not only will it be impossible to keep up with all of your content in one place as we’ve all been able to do on flickr up to this point, it will also consequently become very difficult to keep up with your content – I barely manage viewing all of your photos as it is currently; I can only imagine how behind I’ll get when I’ve got 30 new blogs to follow! I also hate to think I’ll be losing the ability to easily interact with some of you, for those who choose to go to sites that require memberships. Similarly, I hate to think that some of you might be leaving the community altogether (for example, MJBarnes – who only recently returned after a prolonged absence – has already deleted his page a second time).

So I guess that’s my main overall issue with these changes: that our growing retail community on flickr is effectively being destroyed. In Matt Smith’s farewell speech on “Doctor Who,”* he said, “We all change, when you think about it. We’re all different people, all through our lives; and that’s okay, that’s good, you’ve got to keep moving, so long as you remember all the people that you used to be.” It may be a bit of a stretch, but that’s what I’m imagining with this flickr situation – the site is changing, and, as I discussed earlier, it frankly needed some of these changes in order to remain economically viable. But from the social/interaction aspect, flickr was something, and thanks to the photo cap and (particularly) the paywall, now it’s becoming something else, with the platform we like/want/need ceasing to exist. Really, it’s just a shame.

So, to summarize: I’ll still be here. And I’ll miss all of you, as well.

Uploads continue Saturday.

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* – On an unrelated, but related, note: not only am I losing a bunch of you guys, I’ve also lost “Doctor Who”… my mom and I, who have been watching together since the Matt Smith era, have taken the show off of our TiVo to-do list this season. I like Jodie Whittaker’s new Doctor, but I really don’t care for the writing of the show at all. It seems like Chris Chibnall (the new showrunner) is trying to morph the show into a more dramatic character piece, which I don’t like at all. Similarly, there’s a new composer this season as well, and the music – which sets the mood – is no longer as fun as it used to be. “Rosa,” the last episode we watched, actually made me uncomfortable as we watched it. Don’t get me wrong – the episode was beautifully handled, and the fact that its portrayal of the 1960s in southern America was so realistic makes it a powerful teaching tool (one reviewer whose article I read noted that he wouldn’t be surprised if it began being showed in classrooms soon). But that’s just the thing – I watch “Doctor Who” because it’s science fiction, not reality-based. It’s just not the same anymore. Which, again, is a shame.

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Industrial-metal legends MINISTRY will continue to support their critically acclaimed album »AmeriKKKant« with a full U.S. tour later this November, supported by synth-wave sensations CARPENTER BRUT. In anticipation of the trek the band has released a visualizer for the track 'We're Tired of It', here: https://youtu.be/-1z1N8502J8 "»AmeriKKKant« is a masterpiece and contains political and sociological ideas for the listener to consider. All Americans should really have a listen." - Dave Navarro Tickets on sale now via www.MinistryBand.com Confirmed dates are as follows: MINISTRY w/ CARPENTER BRUT, ALIEN WEAPONRY 21.11. USA San Francisco, CA - Warfield Theatre 23.11. USA Salt Lake City, UT - The Depot 24.11. USA Denver, CO - Fillmore Auditorium 27.11. USA Minneapolis, MN - Skyway Theatre 29.11. USA Joliet, IL - The Forge 30.11. USA Cleveland, OH - Agora Theatre 01.12. USA Detroit, MI - The Majestic Theatre 02.12. CDN Toronto, ON - Rebel 04.12. USA Rochester, NY - Anthology 05.12. USA Silver Spring, MD - The Fillmore 06.12. USA New York, NY - Irving Plaza 07.12. USA New York, NY - Irving Plaza 08.12. USA Philadelphia, PA - Electric Factory 10.12. USA Asheville, NC - The Orange Peel 11.12. USA Memphis, TN - The New Daisy Theatre 12.12. USA Dallas, TX - Gas Monkey Bar N’ Grill 13.12. USA Houston, TX - House of Blues 14.12. USA San Antonio, TX - Aztec Theater 16.12. USA Phoenix, AZ - Marquee Theatre 18.12. USA San Diego, CA - House of Blues 20.12. USA Los Angeles, CA - The Fonda Theatre 21.12. USA Los Angeles, CA - The Fonda Theatre Order the band's latest album »AmeriKKKant«: nblast.de/MinistryAmeriKKKantAMZ
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The Golden State Warriors delivered one of those high-flying third quarters that were a signature last season.

Stephen Curry capped it with a rare but dazzling block.

"We'll have to start calling him a rim protector now," Kevin Durant quipped.

Klay Thompson scored 27 points, Durant added 22 points, six rebounds and six assists, and the Warriors pulled away after halftime to run their winning streak to eight games with a 117-101 win against the Memphis Grizzlies on Monday night.

Curry overcame a slow start to score 19 points, and the Warriors used a 34-15 third quarter to pull away. That marked a season-low scoring total for any quarter by the Grizzlies.

At 10-1, the Warriors are off to the second-best start in franchise history behind the team of three years ago that began 24-0. The 1960-61 Philadelphia Warriors were 9-0 before losing four straight.

Thompson's contested 3 moments before the halftime buzzer sent the teams into intermission tied at 58, then the Warriors took off the way they do resemblant of their signature third quarters last season.

"I think the second half we picked the pace up, got out in transition and that opens up the floor for everybody," Thompson said.

Curry's 3-pointer with 3:14 left in the third put the Warriors up by 10, 81-71, before Durant followed with back-to-back jumpers. Curry swatted a shot by Wayne Selden to end the third, sending the two-time defending champions into a frenzy.

"That was impressive," coach Steve Kerr said. "I was hoping for the (Dikembe) Mutombo finger wag. Didn't quite get it."

Curry shot 1 of 7 in the opening quarter with a single 3 accounting for his point total.

Draymond Green was limited to just fewer than 14 minutes because of a bruised right foot. X-rays were negative, Kerr said.

Dillon Brooks came off the bench to score 11 of his 18 points in the first quarter to help the Grizzlies take a 31-29 lead. Jaren Jackson Jr. and Shelvin Mack scored 15 apiece for Memphis.

Marc Gasol had eight points with just a pair of field goals to go with 10 rebounds and nine assists for Memphis in its first set of 13 back-to-backs this season.

Alfonzo McKinnie scored 14 points off the bench for the Warriors, who have won 13 of the last 17 meetings with Memphis and four straight at home.

"It's a snowball effect of things," Memphis guard Mike Conley said. "When they get a couple good looks, a couple easy shots to fall, it's contagious and everybody else kind of feeds off it."

TIP-INS

Grizzlies: Memphis shot 45.8 percent. The Grizzlies came into the game shooting 53 percent at home to just 40.2 away, but had gone 49 percent from the floor in two games to begin this current road trip at Utah and Phoenix. ... F Ivan Rabb scored four points over nine minutes in his return home to the East Bay where he attended Bishop O'Dowd High and the University of California. ... The Grizzlies have committed fewer turnovers than opponents in each of their initial nine games. ... Memphis last won at Oracle 128-119 in overtime on Jan. 6, 2017.

Warriors: Curry had his fourth block of the season and No. 133 of his career. ... G Shaun Livingston missed his fifth straight game and seventh in the last nine with a sore right foot, while fellow key reserve Andre Iguodala was out for rest. ... Coming off a game they outrebounded the Timberwolves 61-39, Golden State held another lopsided advantage on the glass: 46-30.

CASSPI'S CONTRIBUTIONS

Omri Casspi missed the game against his old team because of a sore right knee but received his championship ring from Warriors general manager Bob Myers during a pregame ceremony for his contributions with the two-time defending champions during the regular season. He wasn't on the playoff roster.

"I'm really thankful for the class act by the Warriors," Casspi said. "We all know how grateful I am for that. I'm happy to be a part of that, I'm happy to be a part of the team that won the championship. Obviously I missed the playoffs. I wanted to be there so bad. It's natural."

Even though he was waived by Golden State ahead of the start of the postseason to make roster room for guard Quinn Cook, Casspi played a key role and the Warriors honored him with a video tribute.

"Just difficult circumstances that led to all of that, but he was very professional the way he handled it and he played very well for us in the regular season when he was healthy," Kerr said.

He appeared in 53 games with seven starts averaging 14 minutes during his one season with the Warriors.

Grizzlies coach J.B. Bickerstaff credited Golden State for the thoughtful gesture.

"Hats off to this organization and the class that they walk with," he said.

UP NEXT

Grizzlies: Host Nuggets on Wednesday.

Warriors: Host Bucks on Thursday.


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New York Knicks ulegli u siebie po dwóch dogrywkach Chicago Bulls 115:116 w najbardziej zaciętym poniedziałkowym spotkaniu National Basketball Association.

Na parkiecie Madison Square Garden o minimalnej wygranej gości przesądził Zach LaVine, który rzucił 41 punktów i wykonał skutecznie rzut wolny na 0,2 sekundy przed końcem. Drugą próbę zmarnował, ale miejscowi nie byli już w stanie odpowiedzieć.

Siedemnaście "oczek" dla zespołu z Wietrznego Miasta zgromadził Antonio Blakeney, a piętnaście dorzucił Jabari Parker, który zanotował także osiem zbiórek.

Wśród gospodarzy świetne zawody zaliczył Enes Kanter. Turek wywalczył 23 punkty i zaliczył 24 zbiórki oraz siedem asyst. 21 "oczek" zapisał na swoim koncie Allonzo Trier.

"Byki" po trzeciej wygranej w sezonie są na trzynastym miejscu w klasyfikacji Konferencji Wschodniej, natomiast nowojorczycy, którzy doznali ósmej porażki w bieżących rozgrywkach, zajmują dwunastą lokatę.

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Wyniki poniedziałkowych spotkań NBA:

New York Knicks - Chicago Bulls 115:116 po dwóch dogrywkach
Kanter 23, Trier 21, Dotson 18 - LaVine 41, Blakeney 17, Parker 15.

Detroit Pistons - Miami Heat 115:120 po dogrywce
Jackson i Drummond po 25, Griffin 24 - Richardson 27, Dragic 21, Wade 18.

Indiana Pacers - Houston Rockets 94:98
Oladipo 28, Sabonis 17 - Harden 28, Capela 18, Ennis 13.

Orlando Magic - Cleveland Cavaliers 102:100
Gordon 23, Ross i Fournier po 15 - Hill 22, Thompson 19.

Oklahoma City Thunder - New Orleans Pelicans 122:116
George 23, Schroder 22, Adams 18 - Randle 26, Holiday 22, Davis 20.

Denver Nuggets - Boston Celtics 115:107
Murray 48, Lyles i Harris po 13 - Irving 31, Brown i Tatum po 15.

Utah Jazz - Toronto Raptors 111:124
Burks 22, Gobert 14 - VanVleet, Lowry, Ibaka i Anunoby po 17.

Golden State Warriors - Memphis Grizzlies 117:101
Thompson 27, Durant 22, Curry 19 - Brooks 18, Mack i Jackson po 15.

Los Angeles Clippers - Minnesota Timberwolves 120:109
Harris i Gallinari po 22, Williams 20 - Rose 21, Butler i Towns po 20.

 


          Comment on CFP chair Rob Mullens explains why UCF remained at No. 12 in latest Playoff rankings by boxster355      Cache   Translate Page      
The playoff committee's task is to pit the four best teams against each other, not the four best conference champions. UCF is not one of the four best teams in the country. They gave up 670 yards and 40 points to Temple (5-4, 4-1 AAC) and beat Memphis (5-4, 2-3 AAC) by a single point. UCF is not even one of the 10 best teams in the country.
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Class A CDL Truck Driver Job – Portsmouth, Virginia JNJ Express, Inc. is a family owned and operated truckload carrier based in Memphis, TN. Due to our aggressive growth plan and multiple new opportunities. We at JNJ are currently seeking […]
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Memphis, CBRE is the world's largest commercial real estate services and investment firm, with revenues exceeding $13 billion and more than 80,000 employees. The firm offers a broad range of integrated servi
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PARKWOOD BEHAVIORAL HEALTH, Parkwood Behavioral Health System has provided behavioral health and chemical dependency services to the Mid-South region since 1987. We are located in DeSoto County, in the uppermost northwest corne
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ATOKA, Tenn. — A Tennessee mother was killed in a wreck Monday after authorities say she stole a county-owned truck from Memphis, put her daughter and adopted children inside, and drove to Arkansas because they were “possessed by demons.” The Pulaski County Sheriff’s Office said  41-year-old Rosalind Craig was killed around 5:30 a.m. when the Chevrolet Silverado she was driving slammed head-on into a Union Pacific utility truck on a two-lane road north of Little Rock.  A witness said Craig’s […]
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 Neurosurgeon needed for Locums coverage

Location: Near Memphis, TN

 

Do you want to work for a company that Understands the Urgency, Never Gives Up, and Has the Courage to Excel in the forever changing medical industry MPLT Healthcare is the place for you! We have numerous opportunities for experienced Physicians, Nurse Practitioners and Physicians Assistants with highly competitive pay rates.

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1. Lee was about to pull up to give me a ride to Memphis when I discovered that the button on my jacket was precariously loose. It took the desperate combined efforts of Dr. Theresa and me to thread a needle. Suddenly that infomercial I saw in January 2011 about an innovative needle with a huge eye didn't seem so damn funny anymore. Once we got the needle threaded, precious seconds ticking away, Dr. Theresa secured that button in place like a speed demon. But that wasn't the end of the troubles! This is exciting already. So! 2. When Lee and I were about halfway to Memphis, I glanced down to discover that I was wearing the wrong shoes. For you see, I had an appointment at the Magic Castle in Hollywood later in the week, thanks to my friend Kate, who is a magician, and they (the Magic Castle, not magicians in general, nor Kate in particular) have a dress code, for which reason, and with some exaltation, I had recently purchased my very first ascot. Anyway, Dr. Theresa had to mail me my shoes. Or they would have never let me into the Magic Castle! 3. The Von's across from my hotel in Burbank no longer stocks the gigantic bottles of seltzer I like. 4. I saw Kent, who happened to be visiting from his new home (well, he's been there a long time now!) in Vermont. He wasn't going to the Magic Castle with us but asked whether I had been with him at the Magic Castle years ago when a guy made a baby appear. I said I thought I would remember something like that, but now I wonder. Was I? Did I? Would I? 5. Kent told me a dream he had had the night before, which I will abbreviate to its ruin. A yellow cobra comes out of a faucet and starts fighting a rat. Then a monkey runs into the room, grabs up the cobra, and begins choking the rat with it! I suggested that the yellow cobra coming out of the faucet meant that Kent needed to pee. 6. In TENDER IS THE NIGHT (the book I brought to read on the airplane) someone's monocle falls out due to a surfeit of emotion! Like in a cartoon! 7. Kent walked by while I was talking on the phone to Dr. Theresa. "Did you tell her about my dream?" he asked. Ha ha! Sure, we kidded him, it was the top of our agenda. Dr. Theresa used to call Kent "Big City" as part of an inside joke. Now, as she decided during the very phone call being described, she's going to call him "Big Maple." Because of Vermont. He has a beard now! Because of, I assume, Vermont. As these shenanigans were taking place I was about to leave for the Magic Castle, so Kent fussily rearranged my ascot (which I had tied myself; I'm not so hot with ties, but noting the ascot loophole in the Magic Castle's dress code, I deduced that an ascot would be easier to tie than a regular necktie... and I was right! An ascot, in its raw appearance, is like a big clown tie). 8. There are some things I can't tell you about the Magic Castle but maybe one day I will. One of them involved the invisible piano player who performs there. I wish I could tell you! Another guy kept making lemons appear out of thin air. Where were those lemons coming from? It was crazy! Magic is crazy. 9. At a Holiday Inn with Julia Pott, Pen, and Kent. "It is happening again," Julia kept saying during the karaoke at the Holiday Inn, purposely and accurately invoking TWIN PEAKS. Everyone there had chosen a sad song, as if by psychic prearrangement. Pen and Julia are especially fine dancers. Kent is a great dancer too, but what I remember is Kent and me sitting at a tall two-top with our really bad drinks, watching the fluid motions of Julia and Pen under the spell of a scrawny white-haired stranger moaning a song of absent love. (Pictured, above, a higher floor of the Holiday Inn.) 10. Back at my own hotel, alone... they were shutting down the bar when I came in... as I was sipping my nightcap a couple sat down next to me, a man and a woman. "The bar is closed," said the bartender, Harvey by name. "But we're getting married tomorrow!" objected the woman. Harvey has been known to do me a favor, so I proclaimed with a flourish, "Oh, allow me to get these two some champagne!" To which the bride-to-be responded quite severely, "No." Then, after a pause, "I want a 'chard.'" So I was like, "Never mind!" She went on: "Champagne is for tomorrow." And I said, "I understand." Why was I trying to force champagne down the throat of these innocent victims? And so to bed, as Samuel Pepys would say. 11. Now we have reached Saturday, and - speaking of Samuel Pepys - a bawdy section of our tale, so be forewarned, as bawdiness was not an area in which I normally dabbled, back in the days when I "blogged." At home on the Saturday in question, Dr. Theresa was suffering the calamity of a football game day. The streets were wild, she reported, and the home team was playing a team called "something like the Cockmasters," an assertion on her part that made both of us laugh even as she said it. "Well, it's something like that," she repeated, and vowed to find out. I begged her not to enter "Cockmasters" into the search engine of the computer. Anyway, it was the Gamecocks, which Dr. Theresa said she liked even less than Cockmasters, given the actual name's association with the practice of animal cruelty. 12. Talked by phone to Megan Abbott. We spent some incredible amount of time (I will say 20 minutes) just parsing the monocle sentence from TENDER IS THE NIGHT (see #6, above): "His monocle fell out, with no whiskers to hide in - he drew himself up." Megan solved it for me. She also said I sounded sedated, like late-stage Judy Garland. From Megan that's a compliment! 13. "I'm happy talking to an idiot." - Rae Gray. 14. Saw Rae Gray and Ashly Burch and many others at a kind of sendoff before Kent returned to Vermont. Talked about books a lot with Rae and Ashly and we laughed uproariously about a number of things, as well as becoming somber and contemplative when the occasion arose. Steve Little was there and when he saw my jotting book he produced his own jotting book in solidarity! Then I admitted I had neglected to bring a pen and he seemed disappointed in me. 14. My friend had a birthday party. Hmm! I can't remember why he's always anonymous. Maybe I made him anonymous because I didn't know him that well when he started appearing on the "blog." Anyway, now he's anonymous forever and subsequently my tales of his birthday party will be shrouded in vagueness and mystery... like why were at least half a dozen cast members of VERONICA MARS there, supplemented by the equally dazzling stars of iZOMBIE and PARTY DOWN? See? Already I've said too much... let me be clear. My friend was not the creator of VERONICA MARS, whom I did meet for the first time that night, however, and who, upon learning that I reside in Mississippi, told me he had played at a club in Jackson in 1985, but he couldn't remember the name. I was pleased to correctly assume he meant a place named W.C. Don's, and to tell him the possibly true fact which I barely recalled hearing somewhere that it had burned to the ground. I played there in 1990. We just missed each other! He swiftly produced a photo of himself with a mullet in front of W.C. Don's. 15. My friend Joey, knowing me to be a huge VERONICA MARS fan, introduced me to Kristen Bell, to whom I remarked how surreal it was for me to see the residents of Neptune (the town where the show takes place) walking around, which prompted her to explain to me the concept of acting, ha ha! I'm making it sound like she thought I didn't know the difference between fiction and reality but that wasn't the case... I hope! No, she was explaining from long experience why people feel and act the way they do when they see someone who performed in something in which they (the viewer) became emotionally invested. But just for a joke (and because it was true) I pretended to conflate another actor from the show with his character, leaning in and murmuring confidentially, "Don't be alarmed, but Logan is standing right behind you." And then an incredible thing happened. Kristen Bell became Veronica Mars! Her voice and posture changed instantly, and she said in character, "That's okay, I have eyes in the back of my head." What a good sport to indulge me so! And what a dextrous display. It was something to witness, and I felt lucky to witness it. Then I ate some creamed corn. 16. The next day Pen and I were out doing stuff and we stopped on a side street. Pen said, "I'm going to park my car better." We were already on the sidewalk. Pen hopped back in his car and pulled up a few inches and immediately ran over a bottle that disintegrated into a million sprinkles of brown glass with a terrible BANG! I jumped and started laughing. We had just been discussing Groucho Marx in the car, and that's where my mind was. "I'm going to park my car better." POW! The timing was perfect. In a movie, his tire would have gone pssssssssssst, but the tire was fine. 17. "You think you're with a decent candy maker and then he starts screamin' at you," is one thing Pen said about Willy Wonka. 18. "It was often easier to give a show than to watch one." - TENDER IS THE NIGHT. 19. Sitting in the airport thinking I have nice shoes but my socks are falling down. As long as I bought an ascot, why not sock garters? 20. Also I saw a man with shoes so shiny they made me ashamed. Maybe his shoes were TOO shiny. Blindingly gleaming they were! Dr. Theresa always says she likes a leather shoe that's been broken in so it has some character. She understands me! 21. Rising to depart from the plane which had returned me to the Memphis airport, I heard a plaintive meowing behind me that made me pine for home. Why, this passenger had been traveling with her cat the whole time and I never knew.
          Audio Visual Field Service Commissioning Engineer - Memphis, TN - Diversified - Holly Springs, MS      Cache   Translate Page      
Interfaces with assigned project manager and client contacts. Named as one of 50 Most Admired Companies in 2017 by Silicon Review....
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[NYDN] David Fizdale’s problem closing out games travels with him from Memphis to the Knicks (Tuesday, November 06, 2018 8:30:00 AM) It’s rare that a coach gets four opportunities to draw up a game-winning play, but that was David Fizdale’s reality in Monday’s slopfest double OT loss to the Bulls. And the Knicks missed all of them. Twice out of timeouts the ball ended up in the hands of Allonzo Trier for a failed isolation play…. [FOXsports] Young guns clash as Knicks visit Hawks (Wednesday, November 07, 2018 12:32:31 AM) Two of the youngest teams in the NBA meet Wednesday ...continue reading
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Die Industrial-Metal-Legenden MINISTRY werden die Songs ihres gefeierten neuen Albums »AmeriKKKant« diesen Monat bei einer weiteren US-Tour auf die Bühne bringen und dabei haben sie die Synth-Wave-Sensation CARPENTER BRUT als Unterstützung im Gepäck. Kurz bevor die ersten Shows losgehen, präsentiert die Band nun noch einen Visualizer für ihren Titel ‚We’re Tired Of It‘, den es hier zu sehen gibt: https://youtu.be/-1z1N8502J8 "»AmeriKKKant« ist ein Meisterwerk und enthält politische und soziologische Ideen, die den Zuhörer zum Nachdenken anregen. Alle Amerikaner sollten sich das aktuell anhören." - Dave Navarro Tickets gibt es auf der Bandseite: www.MinistryBand.com Auf den folgenden Daten kann man MINISTRY erleben: MINISTRY w/ CARPENTER BRUT, ALIEN WEAPONRY 21.11. USA San Francisco, CA - Warfield Theatre 23.11. USA Salt Lake City, UT - The Depot 24.11. USA Denver, CO - Fillmore Auditorium 27.11. USA Minneapolis, MN - Skyway Theatre 29.11. USA Joliet, IL - The Forge 30.11. USA Cleveland, OH - Agora Theatre 01.12. USA Detroit, MI - The Majestic Theatre 02.12. CDN Toronto, ON - Rebel 04.12. USA Rochester, NY - Anthology 05.12. USA Silver Spring, MD - The Fillmore 06.12. USA New York, NY - Irving Plaza 07.12. USA New York, NY - Irving Plaza 08.12. USA Philadelphia, PA - Electric Factory 10.12. USA Asheville, NC - The Orange Peel 11.12. USA Memphis, TN - The New Daisy Theatre 12.12. USA Dallas, TX - Gas Monkey Bar N’ Grill 13.12. USA Houston, TX - House of Blues 14.12. USA San Antonio, TX - Aztec Theater 16.12. USA Phoenix, AZ - Marquee Theatre 18.12. USA San Diego, CA - House of Blues 20.12. USA Los Angeles, CA - The Fonda Theatre 21.12. USA Los Angeles, CA - The Fonda Theatre Außerdem könnt Ihr das aktuelle Album jetzt hier bestellen: http://nblast.de/MinistryAmeriKKKant
          11.3979.38 Ручка-кнопка Memphis хром, 32 Metakor      Cache   Translate Page      
Когда речь идет об интерьере, то здесь важная каждая деталь. Особенно это относится к ручкам. Ведь они должны быть подробны очень тщательно. Ручка кнопка мебельная и скоба, как правило, подбираются из одной коллекции, ну или как минимум с одинаковой отделкой и стилем. Это не единственное правило при выборе ручек. Так же необходимо чтобы все ручки органично вписались в общую картину интерьера. Не стоит забывать и о качестве! Ведь именно от того насколько качественное исполнение, будет зависеть и срок службы ручек. Компания Метакор – Бельгийский бренд, ориентированный на средний ценовой сегмент. Но при этом вся продукция обладает отличным качеством и устойчивостью к воздействиям различных агрессивных сред. Наш интернет магазин Прадо Плюс, представляет возможность - купить любые ручки этого бренда, представленные в нашей стране. У нас вы найдете все возможные ручки, для любых целей. Это и профильные ручки и ручки лофт для мебели, и ручки в стиле модерн, со вставками из керамики или кристаллов сваровски разнообразных размеров. Технические характеристики Серия: Memphis Материал: металл Отделка: хром Высота, мм: 20 Ширина, мм: 31 Длина, мм: 56 Межвинтовое расстояние, мм: 32 Вставки: нет Тип: ручка кнопка
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Когда речь идет об интерьере, то здесь важная каждая деталь. Особенно это относится к ручкам. Ведь они должны быть подробны очень тщательно. Ручка кнопка мебельная и скоба, как правило, подбираются из одной коллекции, ну или как минимум с одинаковой отделкой и стилем. Это не единственное правило при выборе ручек. Так же необходимо чтобы все ручки органично вписались в общую картину интерьера. Не стоит забывать и о качестве! Ведь именно от того насколько качественное исполнение, будет зависеть и срок службы ручек. Компания Метакор – Бельгийский бренд, ориентированный на средний ценовой сегмент. Но при этом вся продукция обладает отличным качеством и устойчивостью к воздействиям различных агрессивных сред. Наш интернет магазин Прадо Плюс, представляет возможность - купить любые ручки этого бренда, представленные в нашей стране. У нас вы найдете все возможные ручки, для любых целей. Это и профильные ручки и ручки лофт для мебели, и ручки в стиле модерн, со вставками из керамики или кристаллов сваровски разнообразных размеров. Технические характеристики Серия: Memphis Материал: металл Отделка: нержавеющая сталь Высота, мм: 20 Ширина, мм: 31 Длина, мм: 56 Межвинтовое расстояние, мм: 32 Вставки: нет Тип: ручка кнопка
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TN-Memphis, Join the leader in engineered Heavy Lift and Transport! Why Barnhart? MINDS OVER MATTER - Barnhart has built a nationwide reputation for solving problems. We specialize in the lifting, heavy-rigging, and heavy transport of major components used in American industry. Barnhart is committed to continuous improvement and to be the best heavy lift and heavy transport company. Our customers can expect B
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In Person

Thursday, November 8, 2018, 9:00 a.m., Gallatin, Quit Wasting Your Will Power and Get More Done

Quit Wasting Your Will Power and Get More Done! Workshop held by Volunteer State Community College's Tennessee Small Business Development Center, 9:00 a.m.- 11:00 a.m. Thursday, November 8, 1480 Nashville Pike, Gallatin, TN in Building 300. Registration is required. For information and to register, click here.

Thursday, November 8, 9:00 a.m. -10:30 a.m. EST, Johnson City, LinkedIn Company Pages vs LinkedIn Groups-What is the Difference and What is Right for My Company

LinkedIn has come a long way with developing pages for companies to use for promotion and branding themselves. But, don't forget about LinkedIn Groups and the value they can bring to your company or organization as well. This is hosted by the Tennessee Small Business Development Center at East Tennessee State University. For more information, click here

Thursday, November 8, 9:00 a.m.-11:00 a.m. EST, Maryville, Start-Up Assistance

Learn about forms of business organization, tax requirements, business licenses, business planning and financing options with additional discussion about SBA loan qualification and opportunities. This event is hosted by the Blount County Chamber Partnership and conducted by the Tennessee Small Business Development Center at Pellissippi State Community College. For more information, click here.

Thursday, November 8, 9:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. EST, Knoxville, Government Contracting 101-102

Learn how to do business with the government in this comprehensive 3-hour course which overviews the entire federal procurement process, from start to finish. This event is hosted by the Tennessee Small Business Development Center at Pellissippi State Community College. For more information, click here 

Thursday, November 8, 2018,1:30 p.m. EST, Chattanooga,  Find Your Funding

Explore your funding opportunities that range from traditional loans to bootstrapping, crowd funding, and angel & venture capital funding. A representative from SBA and TSBDC will discuss the variety of options, including the SBA 504, SBA 7a and others for small business start ups. Pre-Registration is required. For more information and to register, click here.

Thursday, November 8, 2018, 6:00 p.m. CST, Memphis, How to Start a Small Business

This introductory workshop answers the questions such as: Am I ready to start a business? Does my business make sense? How do I secure financing? What are the different types of business ownership entities (Sole Proprietor, LLC, S-Corp, etc)? What are some issues I may not have considered? This is a free event is hosted by SCORE Memphis. No registration required.

Friday, November 9, 9:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m. CST, Covington, Tennessee Veterans Small Business Forum - #VetBiz

Active Duty, Veterans and Spouses are encouraged to attend. Come out and learn about the programs and services designed for Veteran entrepreneurs to aid in the start and expansion of your small business. Get information on: SBA and USDA Business Loan Programs: Small Business Counseling and Education through the Tennessee Small Business Development Centers (SBDCs); Women's Business Center (WBC) and Veterans Business Outreach Center (VBOC) programs and services; and Contracting Assistance. This will be a joint event with SBA, UDSA, VA, SBDC, VBOC, WBC, and Tipton County Veterans Affairs. A free seminar to encourage veterans and inform them of the services available to start small businesses. Veterans are encouraged to please wear a shirt or hat from your respected branch of the military. For more information, click here.

Saturday, November 10, 9:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. EST, Knoxville, Restaurant Business Basics: Explore Start-Up Tasks

Starting a restaurant or other food service business is exciting but also time-consuming and challenging to successfully launch.  Unfortunately, restaurant owners decisions aren't just about location, a catchy name and a yummy menu.  Join us for a look inside the day-to-day operations and receive a brief overview of two important considerations:  equipment selection and cleanliness. Pre-planning is essential to a successful business and this program will help you make informed decisions as you work your way through the planning process. This event is hosted by the Tennessee Small Business Development Center at Pellissippi State Community College. For more information, click here.

Saturday, November 10, 2018, 9:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. CST, Nashville, Grow Your Business

This new Score Nashville workshop is a must for new entrepreneurs who want to grow their business as quickly as possible and keep ahead of their plan. Marketing and sales are the keys to any successful enterprise--without these essential components your venture will surely fail. Explore how to grow your business by expanding your market in the shortest period of time by using these proven principles. Also, as for selling: "If you can sell, nothing else matters. If you can't sell, nothing else matters!" Don't miss this essential workshop which can catapult you to the success you deserve. For more information, click here.

Saturday, November 10, 2018, 9:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. CST, Nashville, Develop Your Business Model

Learn how to visualize your business and it's interrelationships on a single canvas using Business Modeling. Your Business Model can be used to generate an investor pitch, as a preliminary step to develop your Business Plan, or most importantly, use it to manage your business through internal and external changes. In this workshop you will learn how each aspect of your business fits into the business model canvas. This event is hosted by SCORE Nashville. For more information, click here.

Tuesday, November 13, 2018, 1:00 p.m.-3:00 p.m. CST, Where is the Money (Women Owned Small Business Contracting Rule)

Federal agencies spend more than $500 billion on an annual basis. It was realized that federal government contract awards to Women-Owned Small Business (WOSBs) were limited and a subsequent study listed industries in which women were underrepresented and substantially underrepresented in the award of federal contracts. This event is hosted by Pathway Women's Business Center. For more information, click here.

Webinars

Wednesday, November 7, 2018, 12:00 p.m.-3:00 p.m. CST, Online, Preparing Bids for Construction Contracts

Participants will learn to: Locate federal government construction contracting opportunities; Make informed bid/no bid decisions; Explain the process of preparing bids to compete for federal opportunities; Indentify the differences between federal and commercial contracting; and Discuss the Forensic Performance Assessment – Learning from Current Problems and Applying Management Principles. For more information and to register, click here.  

Thursday, November 8, 12:00 p.m.-3:00 p.m. CST, Online, Federal Contracting Basics

This training will allow participants to:  Define common terms used in government contracting;  Identify the steps in the Acquisition Process; Identify the most commonly used contract types;Explain how to identify federal business opportunities; and Recall the Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) General Structure and Uniform Contract Format. For more information, click here.

Tuesday, November 13, 2018, 12:00 p.m. -3:00 p.m. CST, Online, Audits and Accounting Systems

This training will enable participants to:Explain what a compliant accounting system is and how it is different from a commercial accounting system, per the FAR (Federal Acquisition Regulation); Differentiate between audit types-DCAA (pre-award, post-award, post-performance), as opposed to a financial audit, and how to prepare for and survive them Discuss the requirements for modifying accounting systems and establishing audit trails that ensure compliance. For more information, click here.


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A federal judge on Tuesday set a hearing for Nov. 14 to consider whether Memphis rapper Ricky Hampton, who was onstage when a shootout erupted last year inside the Power Ultra Lounge, can withdraw his March 5 guilty plea to a gun charge stemming from an earlier shooting.
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          HPU Men’s Golf Panthers Place 12th at East Bay Deli Classic      Cache   Translate Page      
KIAWAH ISLAND, S.C. – The High Point University men’s golf team placed 12th at the East Bay Deli Classic after a third round score of even-par 288. The Panthers finished 12th with a total score of 34-over 898. The College of Charleston won the tournament with a 3-under 861, while Memphis was second at even-par ...Read the Rest...
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          Missing Memphis      Cache   Translate Page      
It was an amazing trip and a great festival. Paying tribute to Elvis in the old Memphian theatre, showing clips from Elvis’ movie career, answering questions, meeting so many nice people. I am very grateful, very happy. More to come. … Continue reading
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Super-rare albino raccoon spotted in backyard...


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TN-Memphis, Who We Are: Delta Foremost Chemical Corporation - established in 1947 and headquartered in Memphis, TN, is a manufacturer and national distributor of chemical specialties and maintenance products sold to the hospitality, industrial, institutional, restaurant, commercial and government markets. These products are consumed and reordered. Our diverse line of specialties includes GSA (U.S. General Ser
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We are coming off of an exciting two days of Debriefs: Successful Strategies and Tactics for Winning Campaigns! This Organizing Institute (OI) Exchange Clinic took place Oct. 22-23 and was held at the historic AFSCME Local 1733 union hall in Memphis, Tennessee.  Sixteen advanced and lead level organizers from Ironworkers International Union and Communications Workers of America (CWA) leading campaigns across the country participated. The clinic focused on how lead organizers understand and apply the components of effective debriefs into their campaigns.

It was amazing to have so many engaged, energetic and thoughtful lead organizers share their experiences with each other and reinforce best practices of incorporating effective debriefs into their campaigns. Bringing organizers together to reinforce best practices is always the highlight of the OI Exchange Clinics, and best practices are also key to winning organizing campaigns! 

Some of the organizer's takeaways from the clinic were:

  • How to be more deliberate about having planned debriefs after meetings, one-on-one conversations and actions;
  • Timely follow-up/debriefs with organizers, activists, and leaders;
  • Creating an open, honest and learning environment for feedback/critique during debriefs;
  • Incorporating role-playing into the debriefing process;
  • Being intentional about including the organizing committee and workplace leaders in  debriefs;
  • Challenging our current practices by digging deeper during debriefs;
  • Why we need to ask the right questions during debriefs;
  • Being intentional about using debriefs as a campaign planning tool.

We want to send a very special thank you to AFSCME 1733 Executive Director Gail Tyree for opening AFSCME's historic local union hall for this clinic; CWA Organizing Director Sandy Rusher for committing to be the primary anchor for this clinic; CWA District 3 Organizing Coordinator Tom Smith and CWA District 9 Organizing Coordinator Vic Serrano for helping to facilitate this clinic. Lastly, big shout-outs to OI Senior Trainer TJ Marsallo (lead), Tiffany Bender (co-lead) and OI Administrator Camille West-Eversley for leading this clinic, and the CWA and Ironworkers organizers for making this a success!

Lastly, space is very limited for the Dec. 5-7 Advanced Organizing Workshop taking place at the Tommy Douglas Conference Center in Silver Spring, Maryland.  Should you be interested in registering your organizing staff, please email OI Senior Trainer Tiffany Bender at tbender@aflcio.org at your earliest convenience for information regarding the training and the registration link.

Kenneth Quinnell Mon, 11/05/2018 - 16:04
          “Girl Like You”: Jason Aldean and wife Brittany will welcome Navy Rome Williams in February      Cache   Translate Page      
“Girl Like You”: Jason Aldean and wife Brittany will welcome Navy Rome Williams in February

Broken Bow Jason Aldean and wife Brittany went the non-traditional route when they chose the name of their son Memphis, who'll turn one in December. They'll stay the course when it comes to their daughter, who's due in February.

The couple revealed to friends at a gathering this past weekend that their new little one will be named Navy Rome Williams. Jason Aldine Williams is Jason's birth name.

Brittany opted for a “sprinkle” instead of a traditional shower, and fans got their first glimpse of the baby's name in a neon sign that ...read more


          Research Nurse-Clinical Research Center - The University of TN Health Science Center - Memphis, TN      Cache   Translate Page      
Perform protocol specific body x-ray using the Hologic DEXA machine; Salary Commensurate with Education and Experience....
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          Considerations When Implementing A New HR Technology Strategy      Cache   Translate Page      
The City of Memphis is going through a HR transformation journey and it is being supported by the technology they are putting in place. Ms. Smith shared some of the challenges, their approaches to those challenges, and some of the early results. Read More ...
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Bonjour

Vous étiez impatient(e)s de connaître notre liste de suggestions de cadeaux de Noël pour les fêtes 2018/2019 ...

Eh bien LA VOICI !

Comme nous partons du principe que - comme nous et beaucoup de gens en ce moment - vous êtes fauchés, nous nous sommes limités à des cadeaux relativement peu coûteux.

Bon, c'est vrai, un billet A/R Paris Memphis, Charlotte ou Jacksonville ça fait toujours plaisir, surtout au printemps, la période des festivals dans les environs ...

Bref, voici nos suggestions :

Bouquins :

Neil Young : "Une autobiographie"
Il est épuisé dans l'édition originale française Robert Laffont. Il sera peut-être ré-édité. Il existe en poche et les occasions à des prix abordables se trouvent facilement Ca fera plaisir sans aucun doute à un amateur de Neil Youg et d'aventures musicales américaines (et de vieilles bagnoles, il en parle beaucoup !). Points

Bruce Springsteen : "Born to run".
Disponible chez Albin Michel ou en poche (le Livre de Poche). L'histoire de son parcours depuis ses débuts, enfant, jusqu'à aujourd'hui. Fidèle à lui même il se livre avec simplicité.

Jacques Vassal : "Graeme Allwright par lui-même".
Même s'il est parfois un peu décousu, ce bouquin est le seul à plonger dans la vie de ce troubadour néo zélandais que nous aimons. Jacques Vassal a réuni de nombreux témoignages et documents. Le Cherche Midi

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Sylvie Simmons : "La vie de Léonard Cohen".
Si vous aimez Leonard Cohen ce bouquin est très complet et passionnant.Sylvie simmons a fait du super boulot. Attention, c'est long ! Il a été édité en français récemment. Nous avions été obligés de l'acheter au Canada. L'échappée.

Disques :

Le nouvel album d'Asleep At the Wheel

 


          Republican Marsha Blackburn Becomes Tennessee`s First Female Senator      Cache   Translate Page      

Republican Marsha Blackburn Becomes Tennessee`s First Female SenatorRepublican Marsha Blackburn has won the Tennessee Senate race over Democrat Phil Bredesen. She will replace the retiring Sen. Bob Corker.



          Three Thoughts on Tiger Football      Cache   Translate Page      
What kind of difference will four weeks make? It seems like a month since the Tigers have taken the field at the Liberty Bowl. (Because it's been a month since the Tigers took the field at the Liberty Bowl.) At kickoff on October 13th (against UCF), the Tigers were clinging to hope in their effort to repeat as American Athletic Conference West Division champs. But the 31-30 loss to the Knights gave Memphis three league losses and all but extinguished those hopes. The Tigers absorbed a drubbing at Missouri the following week, followed by a bye and finally a road win — their first — last Saturday at East Carolina.

The Tigers will host Tulsa (2-7) four days after Penny Hardaway's Tigers tipped off their much-anticipated season and a day after the Memphis women's soccer team hosts Wisconsin in a first-round NCAA tournament game at Mike Rose Soccer Complex. Yes, the case could be made that Saturday's football game is the week's third-most significant event involving blue-clad Tigers. And, once more, a weak sister on the other sideline. Add the Golden Hurricane's record to those of the four FBS teams Memphis has beaten and you have a combined mark of 9-35. But it's a Catch 22 this season. The Tiger defense isn't fit to beat prime competition, so a happy exit from the Liberty Bowl for local fans seems to require bottom-feeding competition. It will be interesting to see not just the attendance figure Saturday morning (kickoff is 11 a.m.), but the mood of those in the stands.

The Darrell Henderson story continues to thrill. Henderson ran for 132 yards and scored three touchdowns last week at East Carolina, but it actually didn't feel like a Darrell Henderson game. Perhaps this is because only one of his scores covered more than 50 yards (the others were merely 20 yards and 39 yards). This is how skewed our perspective — or at least my perspective — has become in the season's ongoing highlight reel. Henderson's 1,280 yards are the most in Memphis history (single season) by a man not named DeAngelo Williams. His career total of 2,916 is second only to Williams' 6,026. (Read that latter figure again, in case you've forgotten just how great a college player Williams was.) Henderson has scored 18 touchdowns (tied for tops in the country) and two more trips to the end zone will tie him with Anthony Miller on the Tigers' career chart with 40 (second to Williams's 60). He actually has a chance to break one of Williams's records: 23 touchdowns in a single season (2004).

Henderson is third in the country with 44 plays of at least 10 yards (behind two wide receivers). He's had 15 plays go at least 30 yards and nine at least 50. The numbers are as silly as they seem. Enjoy every Henderson carry (or catch) the rest of the season. He may be playing on Sundays a year from now.

 How soft has the Tiger defense become? Well, the numbers (and rankings) are ugly. Out of 130 FBS programs, Memphis ranks 95th in scoring defense, allowing 31.6 points per game. The Tigers are 86th in total defense (417.2 yards per game) and 80th in opponents' third-down conversions (40.4 percent). Memphis has allowed 132 plays of at least 10 yards, also 80th in the country.

The good news? The Tigers are on track to score 500 points for the fourth year in a row, thus the 5-4 record to date. But the U of M requires a significant transformation on the defensive side of the ball before we return to a discussion of Top 25 possibilities.
          Memphians Vote Against Longer Term Limits, Repeal of Runoff Voting      Cache   Translate Page      

Memphis voters said no to all three Memphis City Council-related referendums on Tuesday's ballot.


The controversial questions asked voters to extend term limits for the mayor and city council members, to repeal instant runoff voting (a system 71 percent of voters approved in 2008), and to eliminate runoff voting in single council districts.


About 60 percent of voters said no to elected officials serving three consecutive four-year terms in office. There were 101,607 no votes and 67,220 yes votes.

Voters also said no to repealing instant runoff voting, with 62,316 votes in favor of the repeal and 104,431 — or 63 percent — against it.

Finally, 54 percent of voters, or 91,183 voted against eliminating runoff elections in single council districts, while 77,243 voters voted for the elimination.



This comes after the city council voted late last month to fund a public education campaign related to the three ballot questions. Council Chairman Berlin Boyd said Tuesday that the Carter Malone group was contracted to implement the campaign, and that he was unaware of how the campaign was actually carried out.

The group Save Instant Run-off Memphis said in a Tuesday-night Tweet that the "landslide victories" show that voters understand and support IRV.

"Local leaders should unequivocally end obstruction of democracy and work to implement these voter led initiatives without hesitation," the group said on Twitter. "Memphis has spoke loud and clear."


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          Meatsmith on Telok Ayer in Singapore      Cache   Translate Page      
BBQ Platter

I've been to the Little India outlet of Meatsmith, but not the original one in the city (167 Telok Ayer Street). Today we came for a business lunch, and I liked it. All of the cuts of meat were all very tender, with the burnt ends and brisket in particular being the most impressively tender and fatty. But yeah, it's not cheap.

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For 48 hours, the Grizzlies are giving fans a pre-Black Friday deal where select tickets are up to 60% off starting for as low as $5, while supplies last.
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Heute vor 50 Jahren wurde der schwarze Bürgerrechtler in Memphis erschossen. Wir erinnern.
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vehicle parks on front and back lawn. Inspector advised yesterday no violations were found. This photo taken this morning.


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Très sûr de lui, parfois trop, l’attaquant néerlandais possède une grande influence sur les prestations de son équipe. Face à Hoffenheim mercredi, il sera attendu au tournant.
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Address: 4298 Given Avenue Memphis, Tennessee
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Recycling will not pick up the garbage from the recycle can. Overflowing garbage blowing all over the street due to overfilled can! Can the regular truck pick up the recycling can?


          "The Atlanta Voice" Says That WHITE REPUBLICAN Kemp Misrepresented Stacey Abrams' Words On ILLEGAL IMMIGRANTS And "The BLUE WAVE". THE ATLANTA VOICE Understands That THEY ARE NOT OBLIGED To Tell ANY BLACK PEOPLE About The IMPACT Of Having More UNSKILLED WORKERS Competing With Black People For * Affordable Housing* Jobs* Social Justice Government ServicesMOST IMPORTANTLY They WILL NOT Tell Blacks That The HISPANICS Are NOT Being Forced To Leave Their Homeland By WHITE RIGHT WING TERRORISM      Cache   Translate Page      
EDITOR'S NOTE:  

Please remove from your mind that I am attempting to extract FAIRNESS out of the "Mentholated Black Pressgang".   To the contrary I NEED THEM TO CONTINUE THEIR FRAUDULENT OPERATIONS, set upon HARVESTING BLACK COMMUNITY VALUABLES and DESTROYING 'BLACK COMMUNITY INSTITUTIONS' so that PROGRESSIVE NATIONALISM can run its COMBINE through the BLACK COMMUNITY FIELD without having any STONES in the way that threaten to break its steel blades.

MODERN DAY APPLICATION OF THE 14TH AMENDMENT (Birthright Citizenship) WILL ULTIMATELY BE OF MORE CONSEQUENCE TO 'AMERICAN CONTAINERIZED BLACKS' THAN THE APPLICATION OF 'THE 13TH AMENDMENT (The Fraudulent Claim Of MASS INCARCERATION - The 'Justice Thurgood Marshall Social Justice Scheme' ) 
 Most people fail to catch on to this journalistic fraud trick.

"The Atlanta Voice" has to STEP FORWARD to tell its CONGREGATION that "White Republicans" are MISUSING Stacey Abrams' CLARION CALL TO FELLOW PROGRESSIVES in which she announced that THE BLUE WAVE (notice they are no longer even pretending that they are "Black First" ) including Blacks, White (liberals), LGBT, Disabled and Undocumented Migrants".

INDEED The White Republicans took her "BLUE WAVE" notion - WHICH IS MANIFEST BY VOTING to mean that she is advocating for "ILLEGAL IMMIGRANTS" to vote.

The rebuttal BY THE ATLANTA VOICE set the record straight by decoupling these two concepts

DO YOU THINK THAT THE ATLANTA VOICE WILL EVER STAND AGAINST THE BLACK PROGRESSIVE-FUNDAMENTALIST ESTABLISHMENT AND PROCLAIM THAT "MORE POOR, UNEDUCATED PEOPLE, SEEKING COMMONWEALTH RESOURCES WILL MARGINALIZE BLACK PEOPLE?

Constructive Feedback University believes that "AMERICA'S FISCAL VIABILITY" will be the "WATER IN A DRYING LAKE".

While INDEED "RACE AND IDEOLOGY" will be the attributes that THE FISH are seen fighting over - WHEN 'OXYGEN DEPLETION' in this WATER coupled with MUD that strains the fish's gills ability to filter water into its body reach crisis level ONLY THEN will "MAN" be revealed as 100% equal - VULNERABLE to the ARTIFICIAL ECOLOGY that "AMERICA" has set forth for him to conduct his IGNORANT POLITICAL BATTLES.

The Black Progressive's #1 claim thus far is that HE IS NOT A JUDGMENTAL WHITE RIGHT WING HATER. 
(If you listen to "Black YouTube" you will understand this......) With 'WHITE SUPREMACY' as the catch all indictment to explain away present Black circumstance - THE DIFFICULT DECISIONS about REPAIRS OF THE 'BLACK COMMUNITY SUPER STRUCTURE' (institutions) was delayed BECAUSE the water that has been flooding the boiler room could be ignored as attention was drawn away by the more APPEASING FIGHT against the WHITE SUPREMACIST THREAT.

THIS IS THE MOST IMPORTANT AND CONSEQUENTIAL TIME OF THE 'BLACK EXPERIENCE IN AMERICA'.  - and many of you are CONCUSSED and can't see it.

The redirection toward "AMERICA - the Endless Cornucopia Of Resources" (ie your problems will be fixed with MORE POLITICAL POWER and RE-DISTRIBUTIONIST POLICIES) is about to be REFUTED as a fairytale.


  • The Pension Crisis - the money fund must be INVESTED in order to generate the revenues necessary to live up to the promise 
  • The Affordable Housing Crisis - market forces must be distorted in these highly desirable urban areas in order to allow the poor to afford to live within, to work jobs that provide services to keep the city going
  • The Student Loan Crisis - those without a degree have a hard time mobilizing out of working poor jobs, yet as they invest great sums into a college education they fall into a debt trap, especially if they graduate (or fail to graduate - even worse) but don't get a job that allows them to pay off their debts
  • The Medicad Expansion Political Football - A "Grady Hospital Doctor / Activist" said it best at a forum that I attended at the heart of the debate:  "We don't have 'HEALTH CARE' in America.  We have a system that sells 'Technological Medical Devices and Pharmaceutical Concoctions.  This present debate is ONLY about GIVING MORE MONEY TO THIS INDUSTRY.  

EVERY SINGLE ONE OF THESE POINTS ABOVE HAVE THE CORE OF 'ECONOMIC SCARCITY'.

The Atlanta Voice IS LYING TO BLACK PEOPLE when they make you believe that WHAT THE WHITE REPUBLICAN SAID TO 'OFFEND YOU' who live VICARIOUSLY THROUGH THE 'FIRST BLACK' - THE PROGRESSIVE CANDIDATE but they as INFORMATION DISSEMINATION ORGANIZATION ARE TOO CORRUPT to layout a STRUCTURED SET OF FACTS about how ECONOMICS not POLITICS is going to decide the ultimate fate of the "American Containerized Blacks".

JUST LIKE with the "BLACK MENTHOLATED CIGARETTE ADS' which Black magazines profited from but then later joined with State Attorney Generals in their lawsuit against the Tobacco Industry - THE MENTHOLATED BLACK MEDIA PRESSGANG are positioning themselves yet again, FIRST AS A CO-CONSPIRATOR to MASS IMMIGRATION and then PLAYING DUMB in the future as the 'BLACK COMMUNITY ECONOMIC INTEREST is marginalized"

THE MIGRANTS ARE NOT THE PROBLEM
THE FAILED ORGANIC UPLIFT OF BLACK PEOPLE - BECAUSE THEIR 'HUMAN RESOURCES DEVELOPMENT INSTITUTIONS WERE MOLESTED BY 'BLACK PROGRESSIVE POLITICS', FOR THE BENEFIT OF 'NATIONAL PROGRESSIVISM' IS THE ROOT OF THE SQUANDERED BLACK VALUABLES INVESTMENT - USING 'HOPE AND FAUX OFFENDEDNESS' AS THE NON-VIOLENT CATTLE PROD.








THE TIRED NAACP

The Yellowed Decaying Paper From The "BLACK VOTER HARVESTING OPERATIONS" By The NAACP From The Late 1960's - When The BLACK POLITICAL STRUGGLE Was Focused Upon MUNICIPAL GOVERNMENTS


TODAY THEY DEPLOY THE STATE OF THE ART 'OPTICS ENGINEERING' TECHNOLOGY TO GENERATE GREATER YIELD FROM THEIR BLACK VOTER FIELD HARVESTING OPERATIONS
 THE KEY WORD IS "DEPEND"
Back when "The NAACP" / "Johnson Publishing" had Blacks BELIEVING that the NEW ROUND OF BLACK-FACED PROGRESSIVE "FIRST BLACKS" in the POWER OF THE MAYOR'S OFFICE was going to lead to A BLACK REVOLUTIONARY END in Cleveland/ Detroit/ Chicago/ Newark / Philadelphia / Atlanta / Los Angeles / Memphis - there was NO ELEMENT of the "Black Racial Services Machine Oligarchy" who SOBERLY expressed skepticism that there might be DAMAGED SUFFERED BY THE BLACK COMMUNITY as its own "BLACK COMMUNITY INSTITUTIONS" where REGULATORY CAPTURED by PROGRESSIVE POLITICS - and that POPULAR PREVAILING 'BLACK POLITICAL THOUGHTS' might not translate into ORGANIC COMPETENCY DEVELOPMENT, and worse that UPON FAILURE - a DECEPTIVE CREW could REDIRECT THE 'BLACK HOPE' upward and OUTWARD to where the WHITE RIGHT WING ENEMY still held power, NOT NEEDING TO DEVELOP THE BLACKS as a by product

These propaganda artifacts show the true character of the NAACP.

IS THE NAACP'S "BIG VICTORIES" - WIDE SPREAD VICTORIES FOR ORGANIC COMPETENCY DEVELOPMENT FOR BLACKS ?

OR ONLY FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF SECULAR PROGRESSIVE NATIONALISM - IN BLACK FACE?







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TN-Memphis, Job Description/Duties: * Helps develop manufacturing processes to facilitate product realization and ensure adherence to customer specifications * Generates costing information for manufacturing processes to provide manufacturing quotes to customers * Reads and interprets customers engineering and purchase order information to facilitate manufacture * Provides feedback to customer regarding produ
          PRN Crisis Response Counselor - Youth Villages - Paris, TN      Cache   Translate Page      
Memphis, Paris, Dyersburg, Jackson, Nashville, Columbia, Cookeville, Clarksville, Dickson, Chattanooga, Johnson City, Morristown and Knoxville....
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          Ein NBA-Märchen dank Hähnchen-Rabatt und 175 Dollar       Cache   Translate Page      

Es ist Usus in der NBA, dass nach einem Spiel ein Akteur auf der Pressekonferenz den Journalisten Rede und Antwort steht - normalerweise ein Star.

Nach der Partie zwischen den Golden State Warriors und den Minnesota Timberwolves am vergangenen Freitag nahm aber nicht etwa Steph Curry an der PK teil, auch nicht Kevin Durant oder Klay Thompson.

Für die Warriors meldete sich Small Forward Alfonzo McKinnie zu Wort. Es war ein weiterer Schritt einer märchenhaften Story. Denn vor nicht einmal drei Jahren war der heute 26-Jährige von einem Auftritt in der NBA meilenweit entfernt.

Erste Station in Luxemburg

Beim Draft 2015 hatte McKinnie nach zwei Meniskusrissen im College keine Chance. "Ich hatte kein einziges NBA-Workout absolviert, deshalb habe ich mich gar nicht erst angemeldet", gestand der US-Amerikaner bei The Undefeated

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Seine Basketball-Karriere startete er anschließend bei den East Side Pirates – einem Zweitliga-Team aus Luxemburg. Während seine Mannschaftskollegen mit normalen Jobs ihr Geld verdienten, gab McKinnie seinen Basketball-Traum noch nicht auf. Die Pirates waren dafür aber dann doch nicht die richtige Adresse.

Nach nur acht Monaten zog der 26-Jährige weiter, doch auch seine nächste Station klang wenig verheißungsvoll. Bei Rayos de Hermosillo in Mexiko gewann er den Titel. Fast schon wichtiger: In seinem Vertrag existierte eine Klausel, die ihm in einer Sports-Bar Rabatt auf Wings gewährte. Während die Warriors zu diesem Zeitpunkt noch nichts von ihrem zukünftigen Spieler wussten, kam McKinnie in den Playoffs 2016 zumindest vor dem Fernseher erstmals mit ihnen im Kontakt.

"Ich habe jedes Spiel geguckt. Und wahrscheinlich alles von der Speisekarte gegessen", erinnerte sich McKinnie in der New York Times.

McKinnie kaufte sich Probetraining

175 Dollar waren es schließlich, die den Weg in die NBA ebneten. Mit dem Geld erkaufte sich McKinnie ein Probetraining bei den Windy City Bulls, dem G-League-Team der Chicago Bulls. In der Entwicklungsliga wurde er zum All-Star, in den NBA-Kader schaffte er es aber zunächst nicht.

Auch bei den Toronto Raptors, wo er unter dem früheren All-Star Jerry Stackhouse lernte, musste McKinnie einen Umweg nehmen, ehe er am 19. Oktober 2017 sein erstes NBA-Spiel bestritt. Zu seinem einminütigen Auftritt kamen aber nur noch 52 weiter Minuten im Laufe der Saison hinzu.

Dass aus dieser wenig verheißungsvollen Ausgangssituation nur ein Jahr später die Chance auf den Meistertitel in der NBA herausspringen würde, hätte sich McKinnie wohl selbst nicht erträumt. Wie konnte es also dazu kommen?

Cousin vom früheren Curry-Bodyguard

Klar, seine Kurzeinsätze für Toronto brachten ihn zumindest in die NBA-Statistik. Und dass das Team von Steve Kerr nach einem Flügelspieler suchte, half ebenfalls. Der entscheidende Kontakt kam aber auf einem ganz anderen Weg zustande.

McKinnie ist der Cousin von Ralph Walker. Bis zu seinem Rücktritt im Sommer arbeitete der frühere Polizist im Security-Team der Warriors. Die meiste Zeit verbrachte er damit, Steph Curry zu beschützen. Er war es, der Golden State auf McKinnie aufmerksam machte.

Viel Lob von Trainer Kerr

"Er ist gekommen und hat die Gelegenheit genutzt, die sich ihm geboten hat. Er ist eine riesige Überraschung für uns", sagte Coach Kerr und reihte sich nahtlos ein in eine Liste des Lobes.

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Auch Teamkollege Draymond Green ist von den Fähigkeiten des Small Forward begeistert. "Die Energie, die er auf das Parkett bringt, seine Fähigkeiten beim Wurf, sein unbedingter Wille den Ball zu haben - es ist großartig, ihn im Team zu haben", frohlockte der Power Forward.

Harte Arbeit zahlt sich aus

Kollege Klay Thompson ist von der Geschichte ohnehin begeistert: "Alfonzo zeigt uns, was harte Arbeit und Beharrlichkeit bewirken können. Ich kann einfach nicht glauben, dass er all die Jahre nicht in der NBA gespielt hat."

Im Training Camp schlug er bei den Warriors auf, hoffte auf eine Chance - und ergatterte einen der letzten Kaderplätze. Nun spielt er an der Seite der größten Basketball-Stars der Welt eine wichtige Rolle.

McKinnie liebt Rebounds

19 Punkte und zehn Rebounds in 27 Minuten vor den Augen von Forward-Legende Scottie Pippen gegen Chicago. Acht Zähler und acht Abpraller in 27 Minuten gegen die Timberwolves. Darunter ein Dunk, ein Defensiv-Rebound und ein Dreier innerhalb von 55 Sekunden, die sein Team endgültig auf die Siegerstraße brachten. Gegen Memphis am Dienstag folgten 14 Punkte, drei Assists und zwei Rebounds (Service: Die Tabellen der NBA).

Besonders in der Arbeit am Brett sieht er seine Bestimmung. "Ich habe das Gefühl, dass Rebounding etwas ist, wofür ich ein Händchen habe. Wenn ich in das Spiel komme, dann kann ich dem Team helfen, zusätzlichen Ballbesitz zu erhalten. Und wenn ich die Möglichkeit habe zu werfen, dann tue ich das."

Dass der Warriors-Profi seine ungewöhnliche Story immer wieder erzählen muss, verwundert daher nicht: "Ich muss meine Geschichte jeden Tag erzählen, und ich erzähle sie immer wieder gerne, weil sie außergewöhnlich ist."

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