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Location, location, location. Fully attended laundromat with wash and fold service Located in an excellent place in a dense population area in South St Louis County and surrounded by residential buildings in the vicinity. The store space is approximately 4000 sq.ft . Currently the business is operating without a pick up and delivery service which could do well at this location. The seller is motivated to sell because of retirement. The business is very clean and the equipment is well maintained.For more information call Dennis Duffin 314-503-7591 or our office at 314-842-3802 and ask about ID#2774DD.
          Profitable Nail, Hair and Spa in St Louis County Missouri      Cache   Translate Page      


This Wonderful Salon and Spa has been serving the South County area for years. The business offers all Salon and Spa services. The facility is amazing and the staff is hard working with a great reputation. Staff is commission based as well. You can't build out a facility like this for the asking price! Rent is fair and the surrounding demographic is perfect for the business. Bring your own clientele to add to the existing revenue or just operate the management end of the Salon. There is a lot of room for growth in the existing space!For more information, call Dan Duffin at 314-651-6138 or our office at 314-842-3802 and ask about ID#2767DK.
          Highly Profitable Niche Retail Business in St Louis Missouri      Cache   Translate Page      


This established business is a recognized leader in its industry and the gold standard for businesses of its kind in the area. In existence for over a decade, this business has developed an extremely loyal following in the St. Louis Metro area and has vanquished nearly all of it's competition. There are numerous opportunities to expand on current client base and continue to grow the company. Well established systems, top notch employees and a great location make this a can't miss opportunity. SELLER FINANCING may be available to the right buyer!For more information Call Dan Duffin at 314-651-6138 or our office at 314-842-3802 and ask about ID#2768DK
          Big Four Franchise Motorcycle Dealer in Greater St Louis Area Illinois      Cache   Translate Page      


This Big Name Motorcycle Dealer is ready to retire and would like to give someone a chance to get into this fun and exciting business for a give away price! They have been preparing for this transition for the last year but with some energy things could be quickly turned around. This is a very rare opportunity to walk into a dealership that has always grossed over a million dollars. The owners love the industry and will be glad to assist with training and transition, and you will likely have to ride with them! There is a lot to a Full Line Power Sports dealership so call today to see if it is for you. Call Jeff Bach at 314-941-8530, or our office at 314-842-3802 and ask about ID#2771JB.
          Bar, Restaurant, Night Club in Greater St Louis Area Missouri      Cache   Translate Page      


This hot spot has the hottest bartenders and the best food in this busy part of the St. Louis area. You have been to this area because everyone goes to this area! Profitable, well-established and busy! . For more information call Joe Snyder at 314-379-9937 or our office at 314-842-3802 and ask about ID#2772RJ.
          PROVOCO: L' ESERCIZIO DI CONSUMAZIONE DEVE POTERSI AUTO SOSTENERE!      Cache   Translate Page      

Natale del 1924, a Genova si riunisce "La Compagnia Phoebus." Un cartello fatto da Osram, Philips e General Electrics che decide di ridurre la durata della lampadina, da 2500 a 1000 ore.

Alla Gente che ha bisogno di luce, insomma, questi illuminati la fulminano prima.

Oggi l'Antitrust multa Apple e Samsung: "Aggiornamenti software per rendere vecchi i loro smartphone". Et voilà, Ottobre 2018, si commina la prima condanna al mondo per obsolescenza programmata!

Tra quest'oggi e quello ieri sta l'eccesso di capacità produttiva che si mostra in tutte le salse, in ogni dove.

Già, ancor più, dove si aggira gente che per il troppo cibarsi va in sovrappeso, veste alla moda che passa di moda e che per andar da qui a lì magari acquista un Suv: suvvia, quelli affrancati dal bisogno.

Benvenuti nel Mondo dell' Economia dei Consumi. Là dove l'offerta si mostra stutturalmente superiore alla domanda, dove hanno più bisogno i Produttori di vendere che i Consumatori di acquistare!

Già, proprio quel luogo che gli accademici non scorgono e che le facoltà di Economia non insegnano.

Ciò detto agli obsolatori* vengono comminate sanzioni: 10 milioni di euro a quelli della mela morsicata, 5 ai coreani. Tutteddue dovranno pubblicare sulla pagina italiana del proprio sito internet un "mea culpa" che informi della multa e rimandi al provvedimento dell'Antitrust italiano.

Cavolo, risulta obsoleto pure l'illecito se si paga con gli spicci e le scuse!

Si dirà: l'hanno fatto per non far collassare la produttività dei fattori impiegati.

No! Quel sovrappiù, da dover illecitamente smaltire, mostra invece come siano stati mal impiegati quei fattori.

C'è dell'altro: i consumatori, per sventare quel collasso, sono stati costretti a mal impiegare le risorse di reddito disponibili per fare la spesa,** e generare quella ricchezza che ha remunerato quel lavoro e quei capitali.

Essì, in questi 94 anni, sembra andata pressappoco così prima, durante e dopo le crisi che si sono succedute.

Dentro questo tempo c'è di più, anzi di peggio. Ci sta quello mostrato dalla Fed di St Louis: la riduzione del potere d'acquisto della metà degli anni trenta ad oggi.

Quel debito che gira per il mondo, per surrogare quegli acquisti, arriva a 248.000 mld di $ per fare 77.000 mld di Pil.

Dopo il detto vien da dire che la misura della produttività marginale di questo debito, per fare quel Pil, decresce dal 1952:



Crescono invece, in numero e in patrimonio detenuto, i super-ricchi del pianeta che, nel 2017, hanno accumulato un patrimonio complessivo di 8,9 mila miliardi di dollari, con una crescita record del 19% rispetto all’anno precedente. La più forte mai osservata.

Al contempo, nel 2016, il tasso di occupazione della popolazione di età compresa tra i 20 e i 64 anni nell'UE arriva al 71,1 %; quello dei paesi dell'Ocse al 65, 3.

Orbene, prendete questa successione degli eventi, shakeratela ben bene... e, senza farla troppo lunga, op: prodotta troppa merce; più di 1/3 della gente non lavora, per gli altri si riducono i redditi da lavoro mentre aumentano quelli da capitale.

Ormale, se tutto questo potrebbe essere apostrofato "immorale" per i Fanti dell'Antitrust te la cavi con quegli spiccioli, con i Santi sconti ben altra penitenza. Ma..... la crescita si fa con la spesa, non con la produzione ancor meno con l'etica; ma, appunto, la ricchezza così generata viene incassata dall'Impresa e trasferita per remunerare chi ha concorso a generarla, non ai generatori: gulp!

Dunque, se questi fatti non son ciance e non lo sono, provoco i Policy Makers: Una domanda di cotanto valore deve potersi auto sostenere!

Perche?

Beh, cosa reclamano quell'obsolescenza, quella sovrapproduzione pure il debito, il lavoro, persino il capitale per smaltire le proprie inefficienze? Domanda!

Già, la domanda: l'unica merce scarsa sul mercato,con l'obbligo di farla per i consumatori; che venga fatta una indifferibile necessità per le Imprese e per chi vi lavora.

Obbligo, appunto, che attende remunero per potersi esercitare!

Come?

Bene, di primo acchito ai Parlamenti toccherà disporre una Legge per un'Economia Resistente volta a costruire un ambiente normativo in grado di favorire un piu’ razionale impiego delle risorse generate della spesa. Il modo, insomma, per dare sostegno alla crescita economica e poter calibrare la produttività totale dei fattori impiegati mediante un remunero misurato sull'efficacia dell'azione svolta.

Per l'efficienza del mercato, contaminato dal 4.0 nel dare il prezzo al Valore, occorre poter disporre di dispositivi software/algoritmo che consentano di poter misurare in tempo reale il contributo produttivo fornito dai diversi fattori alla generazione della ricchezza: produzione, fatturato, magazzino, profitto; la produttività del Capitale impiegato, quella del Lavoro, il merito del remunero infine l'eventuale resto.

Resto, che può restare per la riduzione del reddito di quel lavoro reo di aver sovrapprodotto, rimasto in tasca a quelli del capitale pur essi rei di aver comandato la bisboccia produttiva.

Si, quel resto che, in presenza di bip di sistema, segnalando un gap nell'out-put deve poter remunerare il merito produttivo di quell'esercizio di consumazione che, attivato, riattiva il ciclo.

Astruso, complesso?

Beh, trattasi di render dinamico quel meccanismo di allocazione/riallocazione della ricchezza ai fattori, per misurarne l'azione produttiva e il prezzo di mercato, vivaddio ponendo fine, finalmente, a quello statico sempre utilizzato dall'Impresa.

Per non scalmanare i mercatisti duri e puri mi corre l'obbligo di fare il nome di grandi Imprese che hanno aggiornato il meccanismo: rende!


* Le due aziende hanno violato gli articoli 20, 21, 22 e 24 del Codice del Consumo.

** Quella spesa che trasforma con l'acquisto le merci in ricchezza; consumandole fornisce l'input per far riprodurre generando occupazione e lavoro; fornisce continuità al ciclo e sostanza alla crescita. Con l'Iva pagata rifocilla parte della spesa pubblica; con i risparmi la spesa per gli investimenti delle Imprese.



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          Emma Whitner Earned Her Spot As An NCAA Zone qualifier      Cache   Translate Page      

The University of Florida Swimming and Diving team competed in a meet against Louisiana State University on October 12. During this meet, sophomore Emma Whitner earned her spot as an NCAA Zone qualifier.


          House Majority Whip Steve Scalise thanks supporters in midterm election victory speech      Cache   Translate Page      
METAIRIE – House Majority Whip Steve Scalise is cruising to an easy victory in the midterm elections. Taking the podium at Drago’s in Metairie an hour and a half after the polls closed, Scalise began his victory speech by thanking everyone who has supported him over the years. “I want to thank the voters of southeast Louisiana for giving me the opportunity and the honor to represent you in the United States Congress again for another two years,” Scalise said. […]
          College Football Playoff Top 25 Rankings 11/6: CFP Standings CFBPlayoff      Cache   Translate Page      
ST LOUIS (LALATE) – College Football Playoff Top 25 Rankings have just been announced tonight November 6, 2018. Your CFP Standings 10/6 for the CFBPlayoff were announced moments ago. This is Week 2 of CFBPlayoff Rankings for Week 10 of NCAA College Football. College Football Playoff Top 25 Rankings for November 6, 2018 follows a […]
          Duke vs Kentucky Score: State Farm Champions Classic Results      Cache   Translate Page      
ST LOUIS (LALATE) – Duke vs Kentucky 2018 (live score results below) heats up State Farm Champions Classic Results tonight as the new season of NCAAMBB heats up. Duke vs Kentucky 2018 (start time 6:30 pm PST) features #4 Duke taking on #2 Kentucky. The game is on ESPN. But what is the mood tonight.”Maybe […]
          Florida vs Florida State Score: AP Top 25 Basketball Rankings      Cache   Translate Page      
ST LOUIS (LALATE) – Florida vs Florida State 2018 (live score results below) kicks of the new season of NCAABB tonight. The game heads to ESPN2. Florida vs Florida State 2018 (start time 6 pm PST) features #17 FSU hosting unranked Florida. Both teams are excited about tonight’s game. “I think it’s going to be […]
          Michigan State vs Kansas Score: AP Top College Basketball Rankings      Cache   Translate Page      
ST LOUIS (LALATE) – Michigan State vs Kansas 2018 (live score results below) is heating up AP Top 25 College Basketball rankings today. The game heats up the State Farm Champions Classic. The score is 33-48 before halftime. Michigan State vs Kansas 2018 just kicked off the new season of NCAAM Basketball. MSU is #10 […]
          Ingrid James: Colours Of Your Love: Wild Silk Strings Project      Cache   Translate Page      

The Wild Silk Strings Project is a collaboration between the Australian duo of singer m: Ingrid James and pianist Louise Denson, joined by half a dozen fellow Brisbane-based musicians and American saxophonist Paul Greggors White and percussionist Christopher Todd Harrison. The project fi... [ read more ]
          5 confirmed tornadoes occurred Thursday morning      Cache   Translate Page      
5 confirmed tornadoes occurred Thursday morning

The timeline and details for each confirmed tornado touchdown from Wednesday morning across Southeast Louisiana:

*Note: Shaded area represents the path where the highest damage was experienced - Not an exact match to tornado track*

  1. At 3:35 AM in Bogalusa (Washington parish). Tornado touched down along Hwy 60, moved north-northeast across Hwy 439 and continued to just north of Mack Adams O’Berry Rd. Tornado touched down along Hwy 60, numerous trees were snapped and uprooted. A single family home had a large portion of its roof removed and on exterior wall blown in. Several trailers were heavily damaged including one rolled trailer, injuring its two occupants. Total damage path approximately 2.25 miles, with a maximum width of 200 yards and maximum wind speeds estimated at 115 mph. Duration of touchdown was 7 minutes. Tornado Rated EF-2.

 

  1. At 3:37 AM in Kentwood (Tangipahoa parish). Tornado began along LA Hwy 1049, just west of I-55, and continued east-northeast to near LA Hwy 1051 and across I-55. Strongest damage occurred along Wren Street, where two large pine trees were uprooted at the end of the street. One fell through and destroyed a mobile home. Other structural damage occurred to a few residences where mainly shingles were ripped off. The tornado continued east before finally lifting along LA Hwy 1051. Total damage path approximately 0.6 miles, maximum width of 50 yards, and max wind speeds estimated at 90 mph. Duration of touchdown was 3 minutes. Tornado Rated EF1.

 

  1. At 3:54 AM in Varnado (Washington parish). A tornado initially touched down near Military Rd, north of Brookdale Rd, and continued north-northeast to just north of HH Williams Rd. Large number of trees snapped or uprooted. An outbuilding was destroyed. Several camper trailer rolled. A single family home had part of its roof removed with damage to the porch. Total damage path approximately 0.75 miles, with a maximum width of 200 yards with maximum speeds estimated at 115 mph. Duration of touchdown was around 1 minute. Tornado rated EF-2.

 

 

  1. At 3:57 AM 2 miles south of Hammond (Tangipahoa parish). Tornado touched down just north of Medical Center Drive and snapped multiple trees west of Veterans Avenue. The tornado crossed Veterans Avenue and led to further tree damage along with some minor to moderate structural damage. Minor damage occurred to a hotel and small office building. A few windows were blown out at the hotel as well. The tornado continued to the east where it then caused moderate roof damage to a small professional building. Some roof decking was ripped off and multiple dormer were ripped off or damage. The tornado continued to the east and quickly dissipated as it moved back into the woods. Path length approximately 0.5 mile, width around 75 yards, max wind speeds estimated at 100 mph. Duration of touchdown was 2 minutes. Tornado rated EF-1.

 

  1. At 4:23 AM 3 miles west of Covington (St. Tammany parish). The tornado touched down in the Tallow Creek subdivision. Tornado began along Solomon Drive, where mostly minor tree damage occurred. It then travelled east along Cole Court and Arian Lane. Minor roof damage occurred mainly from shingles being ripped off and several trees were snapped. Multiple fences and mailboxes were also knocked down. Tornado lifted before reaching Jack Drive. Tornado path was approximately 0.3 miles, max width around 30 yards, and maximum estimated winds were 85 mph. Duration of touchdown was 1 minute. Tornado rated EF-0.


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          College football Top 25 roundup: No. 1 Alabama beats No. 4 LSU 29-0      Cache   Translate Page      

BATON ROUGE, La. — Tua Tagovailoa threw two touchdown passes and ran 44 yards for a score in his toughest test this season, Alabama's defense stifled No. 4 LSU, and the top-ranked Crimson Tide remained unbeaten with a 29-0 victory Saturday night.

Tagovailoa took the field wearing a brace on right knee, threw his first interception of the season late in the first half and also played into the fourth quarter for the first time this season. None of those developments proved consequential. He was 25-of-42 passing for 295 yards and moved as well as well as he needed to, particularly when he sprinted up the middle of the field or his long TD run in the third quarter to give Alabama (9-0, 6-0 SEC, No. 1 CFP) a 22-0 lead.

Tagovailoa limped off the field after that play, went into the medical tent for some treatment and rode a stationary bike on the sideline, but returned for the next series.

LSU (7-2, 4-2, No. 3 CFP) entered a chance to control of the SEC Western Division with a victory, but that began to decreasingly realistic with every possession.

Alabama led 16-0 by halftime and forced LSU punts on the Tigers' first nine possessions. LSU drove to the Alabama 15 on its 10th series early in the fourth quarter, only to miss a field goal with 10:45 to go.

Tigers quarterback Joe Burrow completed 18 of 35 passes for 184 yards. He was sacked five times and had a pass intercepted.

NO. 2 CLEMSON 77, LOUISVILLE 16

CLEMSON, S.C. (AP) — Travis Etienne ran for 153 yards and two touchdowns and 350-pound defensive tackle Dexter Lawrence added a 2-yard scoring burst for Clemson.

The Tigers (6-0 Atlantic Coast Conference, No. 2 CFP) improved to 9-0 for the third time in four seasons and can wrap up their fourth ACC Atlantic Division title next week at Boston College.

Trevor Lawrence threw a pair of early touchdown passes. Etienne went over the 1,000-yard rushing mark and scored his ACC-leading 15th touchdown. Tavien Feaster added 101 yards rushing.

Freshman Lyn-J Dixon ran for 116 yards, the second time this season Clemson has had three runners with 100 or more yards. They finished with a season high 492 yards rushing.

Linebacker Isaiah Simmons had a pick-six, the Tigers collected five sacks, coach Dabo Swinney's eldest son Will caught a TD pass and even "Big Dex," a junior defensive tackle projected as a can't-miss, NFL first-rounder got in on the fun in the Tigers' "Fridge Package" against overmatched Louisville (2-7, 0-6).

NO. 3 NOTRE DAME 31, NORTHWESTERN 21

EVANSTON, Ill. (AP) — Ian Book threw for threw two touchdown passes and ran 23 yards for a score in the closing minutes to lead Notre Dame.

The Fighting Irish (9-0, No. 4 CFP) remained in line for a playoff spot and continued to build on their best start since the 2012 team went undefeated before losing to Alabama in the BCS championship game. The Wildcats (5-4) had won four in a row to grab the Big Ten West lead and they stayed in this one when it looked like Notre Dame was ready to pull away.

Book threw a 20-yard touchdown pass to a leaping Miles Boykin in the corner of the end zone and a 47-yarder to Michael Young in the third to give the Irish a 21-7 lead. He sealed it in the closing minutes when he turned up the left side for that 23-yard run.

NO. 5 MICHIGAN 42, NO. 14 PENN STATE 7

ANN ARBOR, Mich. (AP) — Shea Patterson accounted for three touchdowns and Michigan put together a dominant performance on defense.

The Wolverines (8-1, 6-0 Big Ten, No. 5 CFP) moved a step closer toward their goals of winning a conference championship for the first time since 2004 and earning their first spot in the College Football Playoff. The Nittany Lions (6-3, 3-3, No. 14 CFP) scored with 1:59 left, avoiding getting shut out for the first time since 2001 against Michigan.

Karan Higdon ran for 132 yards and a score that put the Wolverines up 35-0 early in the fourth quarter. Michigan held Penn State to 186 yards and forced three turnovers, including Tommy Stevens' interception that was returned 62 yards by Brandon Watson for a touchdown.

NO. 6 GEORGIA 34, NO. 11 KENTUCKY 17

LEXINGTON, Ky. (AP) — D'Andre Swift ran for a career-high 156 yards and two touchdowns on 16 carries against Kentucky's vaunted defense and Georgia wrapped up its second straight Southeastern Conference Eastern Division title.

Swift had an 83-yard breakaway in the third quarter that gave Georgia (8-1, 6-1, No. 6 College Football Playoff) a 28-3 lead. He also had a nifty 20-yard scoring run in the second period when the game was close. Elijah Holyfield ran for a career-high 115 yards on 18 carries, scoring on a 4-yarder in the third quarter.

Georgia rushed for a season-high 331 yards to earn a spot in the SEC championship game Dec. 1 in Atlanta. Kentucky (7-2, 5-2, No. 9 CFP) has never reached the SEC championship game, which has been played every year since 1992.

NO. 7 OKLAHOMA 51, TEXAS TECH 46

LUBBOCK, Texas (AP) — Kyler Murray recovered from a pair of early interceptions that led to a two-touchdown deficit, throwing for 360 yards and three touchdowns and running for 100 yards and another score to rally Oklahoma.

Trey Sermon set career highs with 206 yards rushing and three TDs as the Sooners (8-1, 5-1 Big 12) stayed in the hunt for a return to the College Football Playoff with their 19th straight win in a true road game and 14th consecutive November victory.

Oklahoma was seventh in the first playoff rankings released this past week.

The Red Raiders (5-4, 3-3) led 31-28 at halftime, but freshman quarterback Alan Bowman didn't return in the second half of their eighth straight loss against a Top 10 team going back to 2012. Texas Tech officials didn't immediately say why Bowman left the game.

Texas Tech punted three straight times without getting a first down after Jett Duffey replaced Bowman again, just as he did five weeks ago when Bowman sustained a partially collapsed lung against West Virginia. Bowman returned two weeks ago against Kansas.

Duffey then started moving the Red Raiders, and they pulled within two on his 4-yard scoring pass to Zach Austin on fourth down midway through the fourth quarter. But Robert Barnes intercepted the 2-point conversion pass and returned it 98 yards for two points and a 44-40 OU lead.

NO. 8 OHIO STATE 36, NEBRASKA 31

COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — J.K. Dobbins ran for three touchdowns and Dwayne Haskins Jr. passed for two more scores to help Ohio State beat Nebraska.

After Nebraska quarterback Adrian Martinez threw a 17-yard touchdown pass to JD Spielman to pull within five with 3 minutes left, Dobbins pounded away for two first downs to run out the clock.

Before the late Nebraska score, Dobbins broke through the right side and romped for a 42-yard touchdown with 5 minutes left to give Ohio State (8-1, 5-1 Big Ten, No. 10 CFP) breathing room.

Dobbins rushed for a season-high 163 yards — only his second 100-yard game this season. Running back Mike Weber added 91 yards on the ground.

Martinez threw for 266 yards and touchdown and rushed for two scores for Nebraska (2-7, 1-5).

NO. 10 WASHINGTON STATE 19, CALIFORNIA 13

PULLMAN, Wash. (AP) — Gardner Minshew threw a 10-yard touchdown pass to Easop Winston Jr. with 32 seconds left to lift Washington State past California, extending WSU's long-shot quest to crash the College Football Playoff.

Minshew threw for 334 yards for Washington State (8-1, 5-1 Pac-12, No. 8 CFP), which is also seeking its first Pac-12 North title. The Cougars have a 12-game home winning streak, fourth-longest in the nation.

Chase Garbers threw for 127 yards and ran for 67 for Cal (5-4, 2-4).

This is Washington State's first 8-1 start since 2002.

NO. 12 WEST VIRGINIA 42, NO. 15 TEXAS 41

AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — Will Grier threw a 33-yard touchdown pass to Gary Jennings with 16 seconds left, and then ran in the 2-point conversion to lift West Virginia past Texas.

Grier broke his finger on a run to the pylon in the first quarter of a loss to Texas last year, and his winning run came on a similar scramble. But there was no defender near him this time as he held the ball up while crossing the goal line untouched.

The 2-point conversion came moments after Grier connected with David Sills. Texas had called timeout just before the ball was snapped so the Mountaineers had to line up again. Grier dropped back, took a step into the pocket, and then swung out to his left to break for the corner of the end zone.

Grier drove the Mountaineers (7-1, 5-1 Big 12, No. 13 CFP) to the win after Texas grabbed a 41-34 lead on Sam Ehlinger's touchdown throw to Devin Duvernay with 2:34 to play.

Grier finished with 346 yards passing and three touchdowns, two to Sills.

Ehlinger passed for 356 yards and three scores and also ran for a touchdown for Texas (6-3, 4-2, No. 17 CFP), which has lost two in a row.

MISSOURI 38, NO. 13 FLORIDA 17

GAINESVILLE, Fla. (AP) — Drew Lock picked apart Florida's defense for the second straight year, throwing three touchdown passes to lead Missouri.

Lock completed 24 of 32 passes for 250 yards, with scoring throws to Albert Okwuegbunam, Kam Scott and Emanuel Hall that stunned the Swamp. Fortunately for the Gators (6-3, 4-3 Southeastern Conference), they won't have to face the senior and possible first-round draft pick again.

They might have seen the last of Feleipe Franks, too.

Coach Dan Mullen benched Franks late in the third quarter — the home crowd cheered wildly — and backup Kyle Trask promptly directed a 75-yard touchdown drive in which he converted two fourth downs. Trask found Josh Hammond in the end zone on the second one for a 7-yard score that made it 35-17.

The Tigers (5-4, 1-4) responded with a field goal that essentially sealed their first SEC win of the season and sent fans scrambling for the exits.

ARIZONA STATE 38, NO. 16 UTAH 20

TEMPE, Ariz. (AP) — Manny Wilkins threw three touchdown passes to N'Keal Harry and Arizona State beat Utah, knocking the No. 16 Utes out of sole possession of first place in Pac-12 South.

The Utes (6-3, 4-3 Pac-12) lost quarterback Tyler Huntley to a broken collarbone in the third quarter. The loss snapped Utah's four-game winning streak.

Huntley was injured when he was hit while forcing a throw with 5:33 left in the third quarter. Freshman Jason Shelly replaced him and the offense struggled after that.

Harry caught nine passes for 161 yards, including TD catches of three, 23 and 61 yards. His three TD catches were a career high. Wilkins completed 19 of 24 for 285 yards and three scores with one interception. Eno Benjamin rushed for 175 yards, including a 44-yard TD run that sealed the victory with 4:12 to play. Arizona State (5-4, 3-3) gained 536 yards against a Utah defense that had been ranked No. 1 in the Pac-12.

SMU 45, NO. 17 HOUSTON 31

DALLAS (AP) — Ben Hicks threw for 318 yards and four touchdowns and SMU beat Houston, the second time in three years the Mustangs upset a ranked Cougars team.

The Mustangs (4-5, 3-2 American) never trailed, jumping out to a 17-0 lead after Hicks threw his second TD, a 17-yarder to Tyler Page less than a minute into the second quarter. Houston played its first game as a ranked team under second-year coach Major Applewhite.

Hicks threw three touchdowns as a redshirt freshman in the shocker two years ago, when SMU beat the then-No. 11 Cougars 38-16 and knocked them all of the way out of the poll.

After Houston (7-2, 4-1, No. 17 CFP) got to 38-31 on quarterback D'Eriq King's 3-yard touchdown run with 9:34 left, the Mustangs went on a time-consuming 13-play drive that ended with Ke'Mon Freeman's second touchdown run, an 8-yarder with 2:43 left. That drive was interrupted for about 90 minutes because of lightning and heavy rain. Freeman ran 20 times for 107 yards.

NO. 18 UTAH STATE 56, HAWAII 17

HONOLULU (AP) — Darwin Thompson and Gerold Bright each ran for three touchdowns as Utah State extended its winning streak to eight games.

The Aggies (8-1, 5-0 Mountain West) amassed 601 yards of total offense, including 426 rushing, and had a pair of 28-point quarters to pull away from the Rainbow Warriors (6-5, 3-3).

Thompson rushed 13 times for a career-best 141 yards and scored on a pair of 1-yard runs, as well as a 26-yard sprint. Bright carried a career-high 16 times for 121 yards and found the end zone on runs of 18, 47 and 9 yards.

Jordan Love threw a 16-yard touchdown pass to Ron'quavion Tarver and ran in a 1-yard score on the final play of the first quarter.

Cole McDonald threw a pair of touchdown passes for Hawaii, which finished with 390 yards of total offense.

PURDUE 38, NO. 19 IOWA 36

WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. (AP) — Spencer Evans made a 25-yard field goal with 8 seconds left, lifting Purdue past Iowa and back in the Big Ten's West Division title hunt.

David Blough threw three touchdown passes to Terry Wright and topped the 300-yard mark for the fifth time this season. The Boilermakers (5-4, 4-2 Big Ten) have won five of their last six and beat their third ranked team this season — the first time they've achieved that feat since 2003 — to move within one game of division leader Northwestern.

The Hawkeyes (6-3, 3-3) lost their second straight road game despite Nate Stanley's big day. The junior quarterback threw for 275 yards with one TD and ran for another but the conference's No. 2 scoring defense allowed a season-high point total.And when the Hawkeyes needed one last stop, Blough drove Purdue 43 yards to set up Evans for the winning kick.

NO. 20 FRESNO STATE 48, UNLV 3

LAS VEGAS (AP) — Marcus McMaryion threw for two touchdowns and 274 yards and Fresno State's defense had a near-perfect game.

Fresno State (8-1, 5-0 Mountain West) won its seventh straight and ended its two-game losing streak to the Rebels. The Bulldogs kept their one-game lead in the West Division over San Diego State, which won at New Mexico 31-23 Saturday night.

McMaryion completed 26 of 35 passes and rushed for 39 yards as his defense held UNLV to 175 total yards of offense through three quarters.

KeeSean Johnson had eight receptions for 97 yards to move his streak to 45 consecutive games with a catch. Coming into Saturday, Johnson led the nation in active career receptions at 234.

Fresno State's defense only allowed the Rebels over midfield twice in the first three quarters.

Charles Williams, a Fresno native, was the lone bright spot for UNLV (2-7, 0-5) as he rushed for 121 yards on 16 carries. UNLV's Max Gilliam was 14 of 30 for 98 yards for the Rebels, who will not be bowl eligible due to the loss.

NO. 22 SYRACUSE 41, WAKE FOREST 24

WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. (AP) — Eric Dungey rushed for 119 yards and a touchdown, Jarveon Howard ran for two scores and Syracuse beat Wake Forest.

Dungey — whose average of 294.1 total yards per game ranks second in the ACC — was 23 of 35 for 157 yards and also ran for a 26-yard score to help the Orange (7-2, 4-2, No. 19 CFP) win their first game as a Top 25 team since the Dwight Freeney days in 2001.

Moe Neal added an 8-yard score, Chris Elmore had a 5-yard TD run and Andre Szmyt kicked two field goals for Syracuse, which earned its first conference road victory in more than two years.

Sam Hartman was 21 of 37 for 275 yards for the Demon Deacons (4-5, 1-4) with two touchdown passes.

NO. 21 MISSISSIPPI STATE 45, LOUISIANA TECH 3

STARKVILLE, Miss. (AP) — Nick Fitzgerald threw for 243 yards and four touchdowns and Mississippi State beat Louisiana Tech.

Mississippi State (6-3, No. 18 CFP) didn't have much trouble, scoring 21 points in the first quarter of what quickly turned into a lopsided game. Fitzgerald completed 17 of 28 passes and threw his touchdowns to Stephen Guidry, Deddrick Thomas, Kylin Hill and Jesse Jackson.

Fitzgerald also ran for 107 yards. Mississippi State has a 16-3 record during Fitzgerald's career when he breaks the 100-yard mark.

Louisiana Tech (6-3) was competitive in a loss to LSU this season, but its second game against a Southeastern Conference opponent didn't go well. J'Mar Smith completed 14 of 30 passes for 98 yards.

NO. 24 BOSTON COLLEGE 31, VIRGINIA TECH 21

BLACKSBURG, Va. (AP) — Travis Levy ran for two touchdowns and Boston College beat Virginia Tech to set up a huge home game against Clemson next week.

BC (7-2, 4-1 Atlantic Coast Conference, No. 22 CFP) limited the Hokies to 32 yards in the third quarter and erased a 14-7 deficit with 21 unanswered points after halftime. First-place in the ACC Atlantic Division will be on the line when the second-ranked Tigers visit Boston College.

Ryan Willis threw for 281 yards with three touchdown passes for Virginia Tech (4-4, 3-2), but the Hokies lost their third straight at home for the first time since 1992. It came on a day when they could have moved into a share of first place in the Coastal Division with a victory.

AUBURN 28, NO. 25 TEXAS A&M 24

AUBURN, Ala. (AP) — Seth Williams caught an 11-yard touchdown pass from Jarrett Stidham with 1:41 left and Auburn rallied to beat Texas A&M.

The Tigers (6-3, 3-3 Southeastern Conference) had a 14-point outburst over the final 5:14 and the defense came up with big stops. Stidham delivered big on both final drives.

Kellen Mond and the Aggies (5-4, 3-3) pushed the ball into Auburn territory on their final drive, converting a fourth-and-5. Then a holding call pushed them back across midfield and Mond's desperation pass into the end zone was incomplete. Officials put a second back on the clock, and Mond was sacked by Nick Coe on the final play.

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The McCracken County Mustangs used a 36-point 2nd quarter to capture a 50-12 win over (3-8) Jeffersontown Friday night.

Franklin Hayes led the way for McCracken County with three rushing touchdowns, including the first two scores of the game. Hayes ran it in from 24 yards out to give the Mustangs an 7-0 lead with 7:37 left in the opening quarter.

Hayes picked up the scoring early in the 2nd, this time he ran it in from 50 yards out to make it 15-0 with 11:04 in the 2nd.

The Mustangs would score four more times in the half to give McCracken County a 43-0 halftime lead.

McCracken County (8-3) advances to the 2nd round of the Class 6A Playoffs to host Louisville Ballard next Friday night at Marquette Stadium.

 

Paducah Tilghman scored early and often to blitz their way into the 2nd round of the Class 3A Playoffs with a 50-7 win over Hart County.

Makel Askew used a 125 yard 1st half performance to propel the offense early. His first touchdown of the night came on a 3-yard run to make it 7-0 Blue Tornado halfway through the first.

Tay Shawn Carruthers extended the lead later in the quarter on a 35 yard run to make it 15-0. Then Malachi Kirby would dial up a run from 35 yards out to make it 22-0 Tilghman late in the opening quarter.

Paducah Tilghman will be looking for their 10th win of the season next Friday in the 2nd round of the playoffs at McRight Field.

 

Q Daryius McHenry carried the ball 33 times for 342 yards and six touchdowns as Grayson County  outscored Graves County 54-35 at Eagle Field.

Ryan Mathis threw five touchdown passes, two to Race Richards, two to Nelson Browning and one to Drew Cooper as the Eagles season came to a close at 5-6.

The Cougars (8-3) advance to the second round of the Class 5A Playoffs next Friday, where they will travel to South Warren.



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Bethlehem 21, Fulton County 2
Crittenden County 53, Caverna 0

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Mayfield 56, Hancock County 28
McLean County 62, Ballard Memorial 6
Murray 50, Todd County Central 14
Owensboro Catholic 61, Webster County 13

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Caldwell County 37, Edmonson County 20
Elizabethtown 61, Trigg County 33
LaRue County 48, Union County 29
Paducah Tilghman 50, Hart County 7

Class 4A
Franlin-Simpson 41, Calloway County 0
Hopkinsville 24, Warren East 0
Madisonville 64, Warren Central 20

Class 5A
Bowling Green 29, Christian County 7
Grayson County 54, Graves County 35

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McCracken County 50, Jeffersontown 12


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ST LOUIS, MISSOURI—Paleoanthropologist Erik Trinkaus of Washington University in St. Louis has examined data on the skeletal deformations of 66 individuals who lived within the last 200,000 years in the Middle East and Eurasia, according to a report in Science Magazine, and found that about two-thirds of their abnormalities occur in less than one percent of modern humans. Trinkaus suggests that early humans may have suffered a higher frequency of birth defects, since it would be extremely unlikely that such rare conditions would not only be preserved, but then discovered by archaeologists in the numbers that they have been. Perhaps, he noted, as other researchers have suggested, people born with abnormalities were seen as shamans and given careful burials that made their bodies more likely to be preserved. A lack of nutrients during pregnancy and early childhood could also have left marks on skeletons. But Trinkaus says some of the disorders affected only one side of the body, and many were found in burials that did not receive special treatment. Most early humans are believed to have have lived in small, isolated populations, he said, which could have led to inbreeding and harmful mutations. He also points out many of these conditions would have been debilitating, requiring care and social support in order for the individuals to have survived for as long as they did. To read about one of the burials including skeletons with physical abnormalities, go to “Alternative Deathstyles.”
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Curling up with a book was never so delicious!

Well Read Cookies by rising Australian star Lauren Chater is a whimsical book that celebrates beloved works of literature in the shape of beautiful iced biscuits.

With all the tender love and care of a true book lover, author and baker extraordinaire Lauren shows you how to translate your favourite books to the plate – and start making your very own sweet morsels of edible art. Filled with beautiful photographs and insider tips on achieving cookie nirvana, now you can have your books and eat them too.
Feast your eyes on 60 mouth-watering classics in full colour from Jane Austen and Mary Shelley to Tolkien and F. Scott Fitzgerald, modern masterpieces by Margaret Atwood, Neil Gaiman, Geraldine Brooks and Melissa Ashley, and beloved children’s tales by Dr Seuss and J.K. Rowling.

Lauren Chater is the founder of the popular blog, The Well-Read Cookie, and author of the acclaimed historical novel The Lace Weaver.
Her second novel, Gulliver’s Wife, is published next year and she has two additional books contracted.  


Extracted from Well Read Cookies by Lauren Chater,
published by Simon & Schuster Australia, RRP AU$24.99 or NZ$28.99.
Photography © Lauren Chater

The Birdman’s Wife
Melissa Ashley
Books about taxidermy occupy a very unusual spot in literature. After reading Melissa Ashley’s debut novel, a vibrant reimagining of the life of 19th century artist Elizabeth Gould, I was keen to explore the dark side and find out if anyone else had been brave enough to write about this macabre topic.
My research led me to quite a few places (including the hilarious Crap Taxidermy – I recommend), but none of the books I read were as good as The Birdman’s Wife. Somehow, Ashley manages to get right under the skin (oops!) of her characters and inject the perfect amount of tension into the story of this little-known Australian artist. Bad puns aside, the book was an eye-opener into the way 19th century English migrants responded to the Australian landscape by attempting to study and tame its elusive fauna and wildlife – and thereby understand themselves. And thankfully, attitudes about the preservation of wildlife are changing as society develops a more respectful response.
I used a copper cookie cutter to make these delicate hummingbirds – which were painted by Elizabeth Gould and referenced in the book – and edible paint to create the watercolour effect of the feathers.
A few tips about using edible paint:
·         It’s best to apply edible paint sparingly using a good brush. If you use too much in one go, it creates pockmarks or holes in the icing which is not the look you’re going for.
·         I recommend a nice watercolour sable-hair brush if you can get it. Your cookies are works of art, like Elizabeth Gould’s, so you want the best quality brush you can afford!


Extracted from Well Read Cookies by Lauren Chater,
published by Simon & Schuster Australia, RRP AU$24.99 or NZ$28.99.
Photography © Lauren Chater

The German Girl
Armando Lucas Correa
Many people see passenger liners as places of transit, a bridge between the old world and the new. This unique experience takes a tragic twist in Armando Lucas Correa’s novel, which chronicles the ill-fated journey of the transatlantic liner St Louis through the eyes of a young Jewish girl, Hannah Rosenthal. Fleeing the persecution of the Nazi regime in 1939, Hannah and her parents join others on board the ship, expecting to disembark in Cuba, but their excitement quickly sours as the ship is turned away from that port, and every other, and the liner soon becomes a floating crypt. Correa pays tribute to those poor souls in this sobering story about war, hope and the human condition.
Of all the passenger liner tragedies in popular culture, the best known is of course the White Star’s Titanic but the success of Correa’s book has recently thrown light on the forgotten passenger ship St Louis. A German ocean liner, she set out in May 1939 and soon became embroiled in a political and humanitarian crisis when Jewish passengers fleeing the Holocaust were denied entry at every port.
With an eye to the recent horrors in Syria, Correa’s book seems more relevant than ever and, cute cookies aside, it’s one that everyone should read to prevent such a tragedy ever occurring again. These liner cookies were made using a custom cutter but any steamship cutter will do.
·         Outline and flood the bottom section first in black icing.
·         Outline and flood the top half in bright white icing once the bottom has dried.
·         Use grey icing in a piping bag fitted with a 1.5 mm tip to add the decorative stripes and the windows.


Extracted from Well Read Cookies by Lauren Chater,
published by Simon & Schuster Australia, RRP AU$24.99 or NZ$28.99.
Photography © Lauren Chater

The Very Hungry Caterpillar
Eric Carle
Why are children so obsessed with books about food? From Charlie and the Chocolate Factory to Possum Magic, food and literature continues to be an utterly magical combination. What is it that makes us go gaga for Suessian green eggs and ham and dreamy Sendak-style aeroplane doughnuts? Psychologists suggest food is associated with memory, so perhaps when parents read to children from picture books which feature fantastical feasts and pleasant picnics, a love of food is absorbed along with the language.
Nowhere is this combination of edibles and idioms more apparent than in Eric Carle’s classic tale of gluttony and greed, The Very Hungry Caterpillar. Brimful of fruit, condiments and sweets, it’s the ultimate guide to a week’s worth of overeating, but it’s also a lesson in growth and transformation.
The compulsion of the caterpillar to consume everything in sight is an instantly recognisable childish trait. The mere whiff of a pickle takes me straight back to my school days, and whenever the words ‘chocolate’ and ‘cake’ are mentioned together, I find myself reaching for the fridge – because, as everyone knows, the perfect accompaniment to a Matilda-style Bruce Bogtrotter chocolate cake (thank you Roald Dahl) is a slice of Swiss cheese.
When I was making these hungry caterpillar cookies, my children offered very helpfully to cut the holes out of the ‘fruits’ instead of what they usually do, which is squirt the icing straight into their mouths. I recommend using the bottom of an icing tip to get a good-sized hole and piping an outline around the hole first before you flood so that the icing doesn’t drip down inside. You’ll need a 1.5 mm tip for the caterpillar’s details.


RECIPE

Extracted from Well Read Cookies by Lauren Chater,
published by Simon & Schuster Australia, RRP AU$24.99 or NZ$28.99.
Photography © Lauren Chater


Vanilla Sugar Cookies
makes around 16

250g unsalted butter, softened
1 egg
1/2 tsp salt
1 cup caster sugar
1 tsp vanilla essence
6 cups flour, plus extra for rolling out
1/2 tsp baking powder

STEP 1 Place softened butter and caster sugar in a large bowl and mix until smooth and light in colour (about four minutes).
STEP 2 Add in vanilla essence and beat in egg, until combined.
STEP 3 Slowly beat in the baking powder and flour, one cup at a time. After two minutes or so of beating the dough should start pulling away from the edge of the bowl and form a lump. Remove the dough from the bowl and knead it on a lightly floured surface.
STEP 4 Wrap the dough in plastic wrap and place in fridge for at least four hours.
STEP 5 Preheat oven to 180°C (355°F). Roll out the dough on a floured surface and cut out desired shapes. Place them on flat baking trays and put in freezer or the fridge for at least 20 minutes before baking to preserve shape.
STEP 6 Bake each tray for 18 minutes, turning halfway to ensure consistency.
STEP 7 Allow to cool completely before decorating.


OUR ATTEMPT AT MAKING SOME COOKIES EXPLAINED:

This was a beautiful book to peruse and my 5 year old daughter thought the variation of cookie images were fantastic, she was in awe!
So much so, we decided to try and attempt to make some out of the book together!
I had bought a few different cookie cutters as shown in image and we made the dough mixture, which was rather crumbly, so I googled why and added some water to make it all join together better and make it easier to knead (to be quite honest Im not sure what I did wrong initially), wrapped the dough up in glad wrap and set in the fridge for the recommended 4 hours! My daughter promptly had a cry as she wanted to do it there and then!!lol! I told her these things take time!!


We rolled out the dough once it had been in the fridge and made the various shapes then put them on a tray, into the freezer for 20minutes to hold their shape then into the over for 20 minutes.

Here are some fresh out the oven:
Made 39 cookies in actual fact!!


I used ready to roll out fondant icing, cutting out via the same cutters used to make the cookies:

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DECORATED BY MYSELF:
As you can see I'm not very creative, lol!! But hey I tried!


The next two images are my daughters creative part:



This was a fun experience to do with your child/children if the mood strikes. They taste good too!!!
Thank you to Simon & Schuster AU for the Papercopy copy of the book for review!










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