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Advanced Metal Evaporated Data Storage Media A New Media Developed with Exabyte’s Mammoth Drive In response to ever-higher storage capacity and performance benchmarks established by tape storage technology, media must constantly be refined to keep up. This paper discusses one significant refinement, Advanced Metal Evaporative (AME) media, developed for use with mammoth
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"One of the things parents told me growing up - always tell the truth 'cause it's easy to keep the story straight," Timothy Kupjack stated during the talkback of Sunday's production of Farragut North. What truth in the realm of politics means is one of the main topics of the play. Written by Beau Willimon, who adapted House of Cards for Netflix, Farragut North examines the lives of the "background people" of politics - the interns, campaign managers, and scriptwriters who are doing their best to get their candidate elected - as well as the reporter covering it all. Some of the political players, such as John Wylie's Paul, truly believe in their message and have a strong desire to make the country a better place. Other characters, like Kupjack's Tom Duffy, are willing to do whatever it takes to win the election. Caught in the middle of the political chess game are Jack Jackson as Stephen and Ericka Zepeda as Molly.

According to Lewis Hauser, the director of Farragut North, one of the key aspects of the play is that it, "mentions both sides. It doesn't concentrate on one side and isn't biased to one particular side." Jackson added that it's a play about, "political truth and actual truth" and quoted a line from the play about how, in politics, what's said by a candidate doesn't have to be the truth - what's important in a campaign is spinning a situation to one's advantage.

Each member of the cast does a stellar job with their roles. Jackson portrays a man who is livid at the turns his life has taken from the start of the play to the end, lashing out and betraying everyone in his life to get revenge for the slights against him. Kupjack plays a man who has been in the business of politics long enough to become jaded by the business to perfection, exuding the emotion of how draining the whole process can be from his first scene to his last. Wylie as Paul is able to convey a sense of idealism despite his character's flaws. Ericka Zepeda is dynamic as Molly, a character who is, "relatively innocent and caught up in the washing machine," of politics. Owen Callis is perfectly cast as Ben, a man at the start of his political career who is still able to see the good in the process.

Farragut Northis a timely look at politics and how idealism can become tarnished along the way, with an emphasis on the various ways people's lives can be ruined in the process. Farragut Northis playing through November 18that The Vortex Theatre with performances on Friday and Saturday at 7:30 pm and a matinee Sunday at 2 pm. Tickets cost $22 and can be purchased by going to vortexabq.org or calling 505-247-8600.


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En su esfuerzo por seguir mimando a Madrid, la Unión Europea es incapaz de mostrar ni la más mínima congruencia en sus acciones. Hace pocos días decía que el régimen borbónico franquista no había incurrido en falta con respecto al descuento de años de cárcel cumplidos en otro estado imposibilitando a varios presos políticos vascos a acceder a su libertad y hoy nos dicen "pues mire usted, en el Caso Bateragune sí hubo vulneración de derechos".

Así no más, como si nada.  

Recordemos que los de Bateragune estuvieron presos seis años por gestionar el proceso de paz que ha generado el escenario para la implementación del proceso de DDR de ETA, así que esta sentencia no puede quedar nada más ahí, se debe de llevar al Tribunal de la Haya a todo aquel que haya estado involucrado en la fabricación del caso en contra de Otegi y compañía, es lo mínimamente decente en la Europa de las Luces.

¿Quién le va a devolver todos esos años a Arnaldo, Rafa, Sonia, Miren y Arkaitz?

¿Por qué pueden andar libres los autores intelectuales y materiales de tamaño esperpento?

Un estado que tortura sistemáticamente no debiera tener ni un solo privilegio.

Aquí la información por conducto de Naiz:


El Tribunal Europeo de Derechos Humanos ha dictaminado que Arnaldo Otegi, Rafa Díez, Sonia Jacinto, Miren Zabaleta y Arkaitz Rodríguez no tuvieron un juicio imparcial y que se vulneró el artículo 6.1 de la Convención Europea de Derechos Humanos, que establece el derecho a un juicio justo.

El Tribunal Europeo de Derechos Humanos ha sentenciado por unanimidad que la Audiencia Nacional española vulneró el derecho a un juicio justo de Arnaldo Otegi, Rafa Díez, Sonia Jacinto, Miren Zabaleta y Arkaitz Rodríguez, que fueron condenados a entre seis y seis años y medio por el ‘caso Bateragune’.

Lo que se ventilaba en este recurso era si el juicio a Arnaldo Otegi y sus compañeros había sido «justo» o no, que es lo que supondría una violación del artículo 6.1 del Convenio Europeo, al que se atiene el Tribunal Europeo de Derechos Humanos: «Toda persona tiene derecho a que su causa sea oída equitativa, públicamente y dentro de un plazo razonable, por un tribunal independiente e imparcial, establecido por la ley...», comienza diciendo ese artículo.

La sentencia establece ahora que sí se violó el citado artículo.

Antecedentes en el juicio por ‘Gatza’, que tuvo que repetirse

Los antecedentes son conocidos. La presidencia del tribunal en el juicio celebrado en junio-julio de 2011 fue ejercida por Angela Murillo, que anteriormente había visto anulada por el Supremo una condena a Arnaldo Otegi (por un homenaje a Joxe Mari Sagardui ‘Gatza’, entonces preso) debido a su manifiesta parcialidad. En ese caso se produjo la circunstancia de que Otegi fue juzgado de nuevo y quedó absuelto, contrariamente a lo que hizo el tribunal de Murillo en primera instancia.

Los siete jueces destacan ese extremo y afirman que en aquel caso Murillo mostró una «falta de imparcialidad que contaminó» al resto de jueces del tribunal, lo que hizo que se tuviera que volver a repetir la vista oral.

En aquella vista de marzo de 2010 por el homenaje a Gatza, la jueza respondió con varios exabruptos al líder independentista juzgado («por mí como si toma vino», dijo cuando Otegi pidió agua) y en la fase final de la vista le preguntó si condenaba la violencia de ETA, lo que el Supremo entendió como la manifestación de un «prejuicio acerca de la culpabilidad», por lo que ordenó repetir el juicio. Con otro tribunal diferente, fue exculpado.

Pese a esa anulación en febrero de 2011, Murillo fue mantenida también como la presidenta del tribunal del ‘caso Bateragune’, donde ciertamente tuvo una actuación más moderada. Lógicamente la defensa de los acusados pidió antes de la vista su recusación y la de los otros dos jueces (Juan Francisco Martel y Teresa Palacios) de una terna que estaba muy marcada políticamente, pero la demanda fue rechazada. En consecuencia, Murillo, Martel y Palacios juzgaron el asunto en la Audiencia Nacional y dictaron las condenas iniciales, que ascendieron a diez años en el caso de Otegi (luego rebajada a seis y medio por el Supremo).

Estrasburgo toma en consideración que el mismo tribunal presidido por Murillo condenó a los cinco militantes de la izquierda abertzale por el ‘caso Bateragune’ y afirma que Otegi y sus compañeros habían justificado objetivamente sus temores sobre la falta de imparcialidad de esos magistrados.





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          Comment on 4 Types Of Firearms For Your Survival Needs by Bill in Idaho      Cache   Translate Page      
Take a Break ! Fred could have offered a Complete Encyclopedia on the subject and still some coverage would be (necessarily) omitted. You mentioned the .338 Lapua Oy Long Range round. It is truly a Top Performer - no question. I have trained with it in the CZ 550 (14 lbs.). The .338 RUM (Remington Ultra Mag) has nearly Identical performance to the .338 Lapua - Yet the Remington will give you or your reloader more flexability and slightly improved Range and Accuracy. Otherwise, I appreciate your comments and observations.
          Europa condena a España y jalea a Otegui      Cache   Translate Page      
La sentencia dictada por el Tribunal Europeo de Derechos Humanos, en la que condena a España por vulnerar el derecho de Arnaldo Otegui a un Tribunal imparcial, es un varapalo a la Justicia española. En concreto a la Audiencia Nacional, una de cuyas magistradas quedó contaminada para poder juzgar al etarra cuando antes le había espetado en otro juicio que «ya sabía yo que no me iba a contestar» tras preguntarle si condenaba el terrorismo de ETA. Aquel comentario sobraba y, en efecto, podía prejuzgar cierta falta de imparcialidad de esa juez. Sin embargo, Otegui no obtiene nada de nada: no deja de ser un terrorista por este fallo de la justicia europea, no afecta a la condena que ya cumplió, no se castiga, sanciona o multa a España, y el batasuno no tiene derecho a compensar o revertir su sentencia condenatoria. Sin embargo, el dato objetivo es que un fallo del Tribunal Europeo de Derechos Humanos vuelve a poner a España en la picota, retratándonos como un país sin garantías suficientes o defectuosas. Es el enésimo argumento a favor de miembros de ETA que ofrecen los magistrados europeos desde su atalaya de Estrasburgo, para dar alas a quienes se empeñan en fomentar una política de blanqueamiento de sus sanguinarios antecedentes y un victimismo inmoral que no merece ningún asesinado. La Audiencia Nacional no debió errar en una cuestión tan burda ni contaminar un juicio con un exabrupto personal contra Otegui. Pero tratar de convertir ahora a Otegui en una víctima indefensa de nuestro sistema judicial -así lo hicieron ayer el separatismo y la extrema izquierda- es un sarcasmo abusivo que les retrata como lo que son: amigos de un terrorista.
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Customer-First Focus, State-of-the-Art $20 Million Programming and Testing Lab Disrupt Status Quo TUSTIN, Calif., Nov. 07, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) —  It’s said that the only thing that is constant is change, and that’s a good thing – because progress is impossible without it. With the amount of data being generated each day reaching into exabytes (one billion gigabytes) thanks to everything from online commerce and social networking to cloud computing and 4K video resolutions, data centers are being pushed to the brink. The march toward faster speeds and higher bandwidths depends on technology that can deliver at the speed of light […]
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Let's return for a moment to The Tin Drum, the famous novel by Günter Grass, set in Danzig (now Gdansk). The protagonist is Oskar, who frequently references his Kashubian blood.

... Oskar represents Danzig, which is and is not a German city, just as Oskar is and is not German. Anna Koljaiczek, his Kashubian grandmother, puts this into perspective, as she proclaims in East Prussian German vernacular: "and when someone is a Kashubian, then that's not sufficient, neither for the Germans nor for the Polacks. They always want it just so" (547). Oskar, who is either half or fully Kashubian, is nevertheless considered German since both his official father and stepmother are German. Emotionally, however, Oskar is more Kashubian than German. His narration is replete with nostalgic references for his Kashubian grandparents, mother, and uncle/potential father. Although the Kashubes are ethnically and linguistically closely related to the Poles, they had lived under German/Prussian rule for centuries which caused many of them to become substantially Germanized. Oskar, just like Danzig, is a product of the very diverse and even tumultuous ethnic influences and often violent history of the southeastern coast of the Baltic Sea.


Here's a bit of background.

The Kashubians are a true ethnic minority, distinct from the Poles in both language and culture. Originally western Slavs with ethnic links to the Poles, the Kashubians are believed to have settled in the area around 1,500 years ago, although the first records date from the 13th century when the Pomeranian Dukes included ‘Duke of Kashubia’ among their illustrious titles. Estimates as to just how many Kashubians and people of Kashubian descent live in Poland today vary wildly. In Poland’s 2011 census 232,547 people declared themselves to be Kashubian but just 16,377 declared Kashubian to be their sole nationality. Similarly while 108,100 people said they spoke Kashubian at home, only 13,800 declared Kashubian to be their native tongue. In both cases of language and nationality, Kashubians would also consider themselves Polish and speak Polish.

But more importantly, there is Kashubian cuisine.

Kashubian cuisine is relatively simple but makes great use of a wealth of natural ingredients all found within the Kashubian region, which is blessed with a sea coastline and a plethora of lakes, rivers, forests, meadows and orchards. Food has traditionally been prepared to make use of whatever is in season and its simplicity reflects the need for tasty, healthy, filling dishes of a hard-working people ...


... The ingredients used are all found locally and it’s still typical, though less so than 10 or 20 years ago, to find cellars and garages filled with jars of pickles, marinades, compots and even nalewki which make use of fruit and vegetables grown throughout the year. Unsurprisingly, fish is a staple part of the typical Kashubian dish with such a variety available from the Baltic Sea, the Bay of Gdansk and the rivers and lakes of this picturesque region. A wide selection of fish is prepared in a variety of ways – cooked fresh using a variety of methods; salted in barrels and or pickled with oil or vinegar. You can find wonderful fish soups; pickled herring, whitebait covered in breadcrumbs and pan fried, smoked trout and lots of salmon among the many fish dishes available. Fish is not the only thing to be made into soup and other common soups include zurek, a sour rye soup, cabbage soup and even soup made from or containing fruit.

In a region divided by numerous working farms, farmyard animals also feature heavily. Pork, veal, chicken, duck and goose are common main components of a Kashubian dish, served with a wide choice of vegetables.

The potato (bùlwa in the Kashubian language as opposed to ziemniak in Polish) is a staple and still regularly referred to as kartoffel reflecting the German influence in the region. In fact, as noted elsewhere, the Kashubian people have been influenced by both Poles and Germans over the centuries, but have nonetheless maintained their own identity. That is true also of the cuisine, which is often similar to traditional cuisine but with a local twist. It is not unusual to find slices of sweet fruit used as decoration on an otherwise staple dish of meat, potatoes, vegetables and sauce. A quintessential Kashubian dish is potatoes covered in buttermilk and a sprinkle of sugar.

The Kashubians leave nothing to waste and use a variety of methods to cook or preserve the food at their disposal. Pigs are turned into joints and cutlets, sausages and offal. Meat and fish are both smoked to give wonderful tasting versions of common foods. Smalec or lard is another common sight and served with hunks of fresh, home-baked bread.

A final staple component of Kashubian cuisine are cereals – barley, rye, buckwheat and of course wheat are added to soups, pigs blood, sausages or boiled and served as an accompaniment.

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El área municipal de Discapacidad emitió un comunicado en el que expresa la necesidad de que el dirigente se disculpe “especialmente con los trabajadores con discapacidad que está representando en su trabajo diario”.

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