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          US voters head to midterm polls to render judgment on turbulent Trump era       Cache   Translate Page      

A turbulent election season that tested President Donald Trump’s slash-and-burn political style against the strength of the Democratic resistance comes to a close as Americans cast ballots in the first national election of the Trump era on Tuesday.

US voters will decide whether Trump will keep his Republican majority in Congress or face a hostile Democratic majority after a bitter campaign for midterm elections described by both sides as a battle for America's soul.

For almost two years, Trump's rule-breaking, sometimes chaotic administration has enjoyed a largely free hand from the twin Republican-controlled chambers, but the midterms could finally see his wings clipped.

The entire 435-member House of Representatives and a third of the 100-seat Senate are up for grabs.

US midterm elections
US midterm elections

Anxious Republicans privately expressed confidence in their narrow Senate majority but feared the House was slipping away. Trump, the GOP’s chief messenger, warned that significant Democratic victories would trigger devastating consequences.

“If the radical Democrats take power they will take a wrecking ball to our economy and our future,” Trump declared in Cleveland, using the same heated rhetoric that has defined much of his presidency. He added: “The Democrat agenda is a socialist nightmare.”

Tuesday’s results will be colored by the dramatically different landscapes in the fight for the House and Senate.

Most top House races are set in America’s suburbs where more educated and affluent voters in both parties have soured on Trump’s presidency, despite the strength of the national economy. Democrats were buoyed by a wave of Republican retirements and an overwhelming fundraising advantage.

They need to pick up two dozen seats to claim the House majority.

Democrats face a far more difficult challenge in the Senate, where they are almost exclusively on defense in rural states where Trump remains popular. Democratic Senate incumbents are up for re-election, for example, in North Dakota, West Virginia, and Montana — states Trump carried by 30 percentage points on average two years ago.

Democrats need to win two seats to claim the Senate majority.

Given Trump’s stunning victory in 2016, few were confident in their predictions.

“I feel less comfortable making a prediction today than I have in two decades,” Republican pollster Frank Luntz said.

'Awakening of the Democratic Party'

Democrats, whose very relevance in the Trump era depended on winning at least one chamber of Congress, were laser-focused on health care as they predicted victories that would break up the GOP’s monopoly in Washington and state governments.

Voters cast their ballots for Early Voting at the Los Angeles County Registrar's Office in Norwalk, California. ─ AFP
Voters cast their ballots for Early Voting at the Los Angeles County Registrar's Office in Norwalk, California. ─ AFP

“They’ve had two years to find out what it’s like to have an unhinged person in the White House,” said Washington Gov. Jay Inslee, who leads the Democratic Governors Association. “It’s an awakening of the Democratic Party.”

Democrats could derail Trump’s legislative agenda for the next two years should they win control of the House or the Senate. Perhaps more important, they would claim subpoena power to investigate Trump’s personal and professional shortcomings.

Some Democrats have already vowed to force the release of his tax returns. Others have pledged to pursue impeachment, although removal from office is unlikely so long as the GOP controls the Senate or even maintains a healthy minority.

Democrats’ fate depends upon a delicate coalition of infrequent voters — particularly young people and minorities — who traditionally shun midterm elections.

If ever there was an off-year election for younger voters to break tradition, this is it. Young voters promised to vote in record numbers as they waged mass protests in the wake of the February mass shooting at a Parkland, Florida, high school that left 17 students and staff dead.

Democrats are drawing strength from women and college-educated voters in general, who swung decidedly against Trump since his election. Polling suggests the Republican coalition is increasingly older, whiter, more male and less likely to have a college degree.

Diversity in national elections

Democrats boast record diversity on the ballot.

Three states could elect their first African-American governors, while several others are running LGBT candidates and Muslims. A record number of women are also running for Senate, House, governorships and state legislative seats.

“The vast majority of women voters are angry, frustrated and they are really done with seeing where the Republican Party is taking them, particularly as it related to heath care and civility,” said Stephanie Schriock, who leads EMILY’s List, a group that help elect Democratic women. “You’re going to see the largest gender gap we’ve ever seen.”

The political realignment, defined by race, gender and education, could re-shape US politics for a generation. The demographic shifts also reflect each party’s closing argument.

While the economy continues to thrive, Trump has spent much of the campaign’s final days railing against a caravan of Latin American immigrants seeking asylum at the US border. He dispatched more than 5,000 troops to the region, suggesting soldiers would use lethal force against migrants who throw rocks, before later reversing himself.

Republicans have privately encouraged the president to back off, to no avail.

Democrats, meanwhile, have beat their drum on health care.

“Health care is on the ballot,” former President Barack Obama told Democratic volunteers in Virginia. “Health care for millions of people. You vote, you might save a life.”

Bernie Sanders, the leftist populist who some feel would have had a better chance than Clinton to take on Trump in 2016, lashed out Monday at the president, calling him a "pathological liar".

"He is a sexist, a racist, a homophobe, a xenophobe and a religious bigot. He is trying to do what we have never seen in the modern history of this country, to do what he is doing right now, to gain votes by trying to divide the American people up based on where we came from," Sanders said on SiriusXM Progress radio.


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          AfD nominiert Mariana Harder-Kühnel für Posten des Bundestagsvizepräsidenten       Cache   Translate Page      

Albrecht Glaser war als Kandidat für den Posten des Bundestagsvizepräsidenten gescheitert, nun wagt die AfD einen neuen Anlauf. Sie nominiert Mariana Harder-Kühnel für den Posten.


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I was disappointed in the baggy costume and misplaced symbol on the recent Punisher so I decided to make some upgrades. The boots, glove hands and cuffs, and suit is from FTC. I added a string to the rifle and used the original belt. The centerpiece of the figure is a custom made symbol by Lasermego. The symbol is molded to the contours of his body and is amazing. These simple upgrades have made this one of my favorite figures. Attachment 24226 (http://megomuseum.com/community/attachment.php?attachmentid=24226)
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          White House Officials Reportedly Fear a Major Move from Robert Mueller Coming Soon: 'I’m Very Worried About Don Jr.'      Cache   Translate Page      
Once the midterms are done, Mueller may start right back up again.

With the entire political world laser-focused on the 2018 midterm elections, Special Counsel Robert Mueller's Russia investigation has slipped beneath the radar in recent weeks.

But according to a new report in Vanity Fair, the specter of the investigation is still hanging over the White House.

Gabriel Sherman reported that President Donald Trump's team is fearful that a report from Mueller could come as early as Wednesday — the day after the midterms. Though Mueller's investigation has continued apace behind the scenes, the special prosecutor has respected Justice Department protocol by avoiding any major investigative steps that might affect the election.

Once the election is over, there will be nothing holding him back.

"Sources say besides the president, the ones with the most exposure are Roger Stone and Donald Trump Jr.," Sherman wrote. "'I’m very worried about Don Jr.,' said another former West Wing official who testified before the Senate Intelligence Committee. The possible exposure would be that Mueller would demonstrate that Don Jr. perjured himself to investigators when he said he didn’t tell his father beforehand about the June 2016 Trump Tower meeting to gather 'dirt' on Hillary Clinton."

Sherman also notes that Rudy Giuliani has been conspicuously absent from cable news in recent weeks. He reports that one source said Trump told Giuliani to stay away during the run-up to the election — presumably to avoid focusing the nation's attention on the Russia issue.

If Mueller does celebrate the end of the midterm campaigns with a new investigative salvo, there's no telling what could happen. Trump might even try to preempt any such move by firing Attorney General Jeff Sessions and perhaps even Mueller himself. What happens thereafter could be determined by Congress — and its fate is in the voters' hands on Tuesday.

 

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          3D Printing Ceramics Market Global Market Opportunity Assessment Study: 2026      Cache   Translate Page      

Albany, NY -- (SBWIRE) -- 11/06/2018 -- Ceramic used for 3D printing can withstand temperature up to 1700° Celsius or 3092° Fahrenheit. 3D printing ceramics possess superior qualities compared to the standard 3D printing. 3D printing ceramics offers a wide variety of colors such as turquoise and subtle shades of anise green and oyster blue. 3D printing ceramics can be used to print tableware and home decor to serve food or beverages.

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Based on type, the global 3D printing ceramics market can be segmented into glass, fused silica, quartz, and others. Fused silica and quartz segments are expected to account for major share of the market during the forecast period. In terms of form, the 3D printing ceramics market can be classified into filament, liquid, and powder. Powder is estimated to be a dominant segment of the market in the near future. The powder segment has been expanding due to the rise in demand for laser sintering technology in commercial applications. Liquid 3D printing ceramics in the form of pastes and gels are employed in the production of several products through stereo lithography techniques, which are widely utilized in prototyping applications. In terms of end-user, the 3D printing ceramics market can be divided into aerospace & defense, health care, automotive, consumer goods & electronics, manufacturing & construction, and others. The aerospace & defense segment held prominent share of the 3D printing ceramics market in 2017 primarily owing to the latest technological advancements and invention of new materials for prototyping as well as production in the aerospace & defense sector. Ceramics are used in several medical products in the health care sector such as dentures, surgical equipment, prosthetics & implants, and tissue engineering products. This is boosting the 3D printing ceramics market. Increase in demand for high-quality 3D printing ceramics certified by various governing bodies for medical applications is further driving the 3D printing ceramics market.

Global 3D Printing Ceramics Market: Trends & Developments

Increase in demand for product modification and development, and rise in demand for 3D printing in the dental industry ate major drivers of the 3D printing ceramics market. Lesser developments in ceramics in comparison to metals and plastics with low application base, high cost of 3D printing ceramics due to low consumption volume, and poor acceptance rate of new technologies in emerging economies are factors restraining the 3D printing ceramics market. Increase in R&D investments by various end-use industries to sustain in the market is creating opportunities for the 3D printing ceramics market.

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Global 3D Printing Ceramics Market: Key Players

Key players operating in the global 3D printing ceramics market include 3D Systems, Inc., Stratasys Ltd., EOS GmbH Electro Optical Systems, CRP Group, Materialise, ExOne, Renishaw plc., Lithoz, and Tethon3D.

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           A compact dual wavelength ring laser using a semiconductor optical amplifier and array waveguide grating       Cache   Translate Page      
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          專家:第二輪美中外交安全對話召開,美中有意圖改善關系      Cache   Translate Page      
中國星期二(11月6日)也證實,美中將于本星期五(11月9日)在華盛頓舉行第二輪美中外交安全對話。分析人士指出,雖然此次美中外交和軍事官員的會晤并不可能取得任何突破性進展,但是,這意味著美中雙方都有意圖改善連續幾個月持續緊張的經貿和軍事關系。 中國外交部發言人華春瑩星期二說,中共中央政治局委員、中央外事工作委員會辦公室主任楊潔篪、國務委員兼國防部長魏鳳和將赴華盛頓主持和參加第二輪中美外交安全對話。 華春瑩在被問到這是否代表美中關系有所改善時說,“近日習近平主席應約同美國總統特朗普通電話,兩國元首在通話中都表示,中美關系保持健康穩定發展非常重要,雙方經濟團隊要加強接觸,保持溝通,就雙方關切問題開展磋商,推動中美經貿問題達成一個雙方都能接受的方案。” 美中都有意圖改善雙邊關系 美國前駐華大使芮效儉(Stapleton Roy)在接受美國之音電話采訪時說,美中外交安全對話的重啟至少表示兩國都有意圖改善雙邊關系,不讓經貿關系影響兩國整體關系的發展。 他說: “美中外交安全對話的恢復,以及在特朗普和習近平峰會前可能出現的經濟接觸顯示,雙方都不希望讓目前破壞性的經濟關系繼續惡化,從而破壞整體的關系。我是這樣看這個最新的事態發展的,雙方都在致力于試圖找到某種方式就雙方關系中最重要的經濟關系達成解決辦法。這會讓兩國在其他更廣泛的領域的合作成為可能。” 近幾個月以來,美中經濟和軍事緊張關系不斷升級。九月24日,美國宣布增加對中國出口到美國的2千億美元產品征收懲罰性關稅。9月30號,美國的迪凱特號驅逐艦在南中國海的斯普拉特利群島(中國稱南沙群島)與一艘中國軍艦險些相撞。10月初,副總統彭斯嚴詞指責中國盜竊美國敏感技術、實施外交和軍事擴張,甚至試圖干預美國中期選舉。 不過,兩國最近出現了緩和的跡象。11月2日,特朗普在與習近平通電話后表示,他可能就貿易議題與中國達成好的協議,并稱在解決兩國分歧上已經取得了很多進展。 習近平星期一(11月5日)在上海的中國國際進口博覽會上發表講話,再次承諾中國將進一步開放進口市場。中國國家副主席王岐山也在星期二在新加坡說:“中國愿意就達成貿易解決方案與美方進行談判。” 朝鮮核問題、南中國海和臺灣可能都是會談的話題 前駐華大使芮效儉認為,從安全角度來說,朝鮮核問題將是雙方目前最重要的議題。 “從安全角度來說,朝鮮核問題應該是目前雙方最為關注的議題。如何將接觸政策持續下去仍然還在進程中。我想這應該是雙方討論的重要部分。 至于是否會談及臺灣和南中國海問題,我想,應該很有可能,但是,我不認為會有突破性的進展。” 在美中外交安全對話的前一天,美國國務卿蓬佩奧將會見到訪的朝鮮外交高官、金正恩的親信金永澈。 美國戰略與國際研究中心中國問題專家葛萊儀(Bonnie Glaser)也認為,本輪外交安全對話很難獲得什么進展。 她在給美國之音的電子郵件中寫道:“楊潔篪和魏鳳和兩人在中國體系中都沒有太大的影響力。 另外,貿易問題也無法讓主管外交和國防的人來解決。 美國可以利用這次外交安全對話來討論美國在朝鮮、南中國海,甚至像核問題,例如美國打算退出中導條約等。中國毫無疑問將在臺灣問題上語氣強硬。整體來說,這次會議不會有任何突破。” 美中外交安全對話是特朗普與習近平2017年在佛州海湖莊園會晤時發起的。旨在推動雙方在關鍵外交和安全議題上擴大合作、減少分歧。首輪對話于當年6月在華盛頓舉行,內容涉及朝鮮問題、南中國海、臺灣、反恐等。第二論對話原定于今年10月舉行,但是被臨時推遲。 圖:美中國旗 (VOA) 記者:斯洋
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          Wooden Round Earring, Zebrano hard Wood Stud, gold color Mini Women and Men Studs, Exotic Wood Stud Earring in Craft Box. Girlfriend gift by TwinsWoodCompany      Cache   Translate Page      

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11.49 USD

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Wooden Square Earring, Zebrano wood Stud, gold yellow Color Mini Women and Men Studs, Exotic Wood Stud Earring in Craft Box. Gift for her.

These wooden studs are handmade using exotic wood. This is a bold geometric look, perfect for the modern day trendsetter. Minimalistic design is suitable for women, men or children.

Wooden earring are very light. They go with stainless still silver color posts and a mini craft box from the photo in gallery. Great gift to someone you love.
Sanded smooth and finished with natural tung oil. The surface is matte.


Specifications:

Wood: Real Zebrano wood
Color: Yellow gold
Earring shape: Square
Size: 10x10 mm (.39")
Wood thickness: 3-4 mm (.11"-.15")
Base depth: 11 mm (.43")
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Packaging: Small craft box

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The best offer on the market.
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Without any doubt it is a wooden piece of art. Style created by the nature itself.
Every wood earring is a genuine masterpiece. No picture can show the beauty of these wood stud earring. One touch is all you need to feel the bond with the nature.


★ Looking for something creative and rare for the people dear to you? Or for yourself ? ★

We designed a perfect present! The best gift:
■ For a birthday
■ Christmas and New Year
■ For You Girlfriend
■ A wonderful gift for a wife
■ An ideal present for Mather's day
■ Any Anniversary
■ Wedding day or Wooden wedding anniversary


Customization / Laser Engraving:

Add any engraving (a text or a logo) on special wood insert card (photo in item gallery)
Select options for engraving.

Write engraving text in order comments. Specify the name of the font when ordering, our designer will provide sketches for you.


Payment and shipping:
All the packages are ready for shipping in 2-5 days after payment. Standard shipping takes 2-4 business weeks. Expedited shipping 10-14 days. Contact us for expedited shipping. We take full responsibility for our products, for its shipping, delivery and in case of damage during delivery or loss we can send new product.

Additional information:
Color of every item may differ (a bit darker or lighter than in the picture). It depends on the wood texture and the season of timber harvesting. Each piece is unique, because it is made of solid wood and the grain is never the same. Every wooden block’s grain is created by the nature. Every wood part is made to accentuate individuality of its owner.

We are ready for your CUSTOM ORDERS. We love doing custom orders, so contact us and we will do our best to get you exactly what you need.

Made deep in the heart of Russia in Wild Siberia since 2013.

More our handmade accessories on this link https://www.etsy.com/shop/TwinsWoodCompany

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          Wooden Triangular Earring, Rosewood Stud, Brown color Mini Women and Men Studs, Exotic Wood Stud Earring in Craft Box. Gift for her by TwinsWoodCompany      Cache   Translate Page      

11.49 USD

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Wooden Triangular Earring, Rosewood Stud, Brown color Mini Women and Men Studs, Exotic Wood Stud Earring in Craft Box. Gift for her.

These wooden studs are handmade using exotic wood. This is a bold geometric look, perfect for the modern day trendsetter. Minimalistic design is suitable for women, men or children.

Wooden earring are very light. They go with stainless still silver color posts and a mini craft box from the photo in gallery. Great gift to someone you love.
Sanded smooth and finished with natural tung oil. The surface is matte.


Specifications:

Wood: Real Rosewood
Color: Brown
Earring shape: Triangular
Size: 12x12 mm (.47")
Wood thickness: 3-4 mm (.11"-.15")
Base depth: 11 mm (.43")
Base: stainless still silver color
Packaging: Small craft box

★★★★★
Only five-star ratings and review!
Editor's choice on ETSY - best women gift!
The best offer on the market.
★★★★★

Without any doubt it is a wooden piece of art. Style created by the nature itself.
Every wood earring is a genuine masterpiece. No picture can show the beauty of these wood stud earring. One touch is all you need to feel the bond with the nature.


★ Looking for something creative and rare for the people dear to you? Or for yourself ? ★

We designed a perfect present! The best gift:
■ For a birthday
■ Christmas and New Year
■ For You Girlfriend
■ A wonderful gift for a wife
■ An ideal present for Mather's day
■ Any Anniversary
■ Wedding day or Wooden wedding anniversary


Customization / Laser Engraving:

Add any engraving (a text or a logo) on special wood insert card (photo in item gallery)
Select options for engraving.

Write engraving text in order comments. Specify the name of the font when ordering, our designer will provide sketches for you.


Payment and shipping:
All the packages are ready for shipping in 2-5 days after payment. Standard shipping takes 2-4 business weeks. Expedited shipping 10-14 days. Contact us for expedited shipping. We take full responsibility for our products, for its shipping, delivery and in case of damage during delivery or loss we can send new product.

Additional information:
Color of every item may differ (a bit darker or lighter than in the picture). It depends on the wood texture and the season of timber harvesting. Each piece is unique, because it is made of solid wood and the grain is never the same. Every wooden block’s grain is created by the nature. Every wood part is made to accentuate individuality of its owner.

We are ready for your CUSTOM ORDERS. We love doing custom orders, so contact us and we will do our best to get you exactly what you need.

Made deep in the heart of Russia in Wild Siberia since 2013.

More our handmade accessories on this link https://www.etsy.com/shop/TwinsWoodCompany

Stay informed, daily updates on Instagram:
@TwinsWood
@TwinsWatch
@TwinsWallet
@TwinsBowTies
@TwinsCuffLinks

Got questions? Contact us via Etsy conversation.


          Wooden Square Earring, Padauk hard wood Stud, red wine Color Mini Women and Men Studs, Exotic Wood Stud Earring in Craft Box. Gift for her by TwinsWoodCompany      Cache   Translate Page      

11.49 USD

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Wooden Square Earring, Padauk hard wood Stud, red wine Color Mini Women and Men Studs, Exotic Wood Stud Earring in Craft Box. Gift for her

These wooden studs are handmade using exotic wood. This is a bold geometric look, perfect for the modern day trendsetter. Minimalistic design is suitable for women, men or children.

Wooden earring are very light. They go with stainless still silver color posts and a mini craft box from the photo in gallery. Great gift to someone you love.
Sanded smooth and finished with natural tung oil. The surface is matte.


Specifications:

Wood: Real Padauk
Color: Red wine
Earring shape: Square
Size: 10x10 mm (.39")
Wood thickness: 3-4 mm (.11"-.15")
Base depth: 11 mm (.43")
Base: stainless still silver color
Packaging: Small craft box

★★★★★
Only five-star ratings and review!
Editor's choice on ETSY - best women gift!
The best offer on the market.
★★★★★

Without any doubt it is a wooden piece of art. Style created by the nature itself.
Every wood earring is a genuine masterpiece. No picture can show the beauty of these wood stud earring. One touch is all you need to feel the bond with the nature.


★ Looking for something creative and rare for the people dear to you? Or for yourself ? ★

We designed a perfect present! The best gift:
■ For a birthday
■ Christmas and New Year
■ For You Girlfriend
■ A wonderful gift for a wife
■ An ideal present for Mather's day
■ Any Anniversary
■ Wedding day or Wooden wedding anniversary


Customization / Laser Engraving:

Add any engraving (a text or a logo) on special wood insert card (photo in item gallery)
Select options for engraving.

Write engraving text in order comments. Specify the name of the font when ordering, our designer will provide sketches for you.


Payment and shipping:
All the packages are ready for shipping in 2-5 days after payment. Standard shipping takes 2-4 business weeks. Expedited shipping 10-14 days. Contact us for expedited shipping. We take full responsibility for our products, for its shipping, delivery and in case of damage during delivery or loss we can send new product.

Additional information:
Color of every item may differ (a bit darker or lighter than in the picture). It depends on the wood texture and the season of timber harvesting. Each piece is unique, because it is made of solid wood and the grain is never the same. Every wooden block’s grain is created by the nature. Every wood part is made to accentuate individuality of its owner.

We are ready for your CUSTOM ORDERS. We love doing custom orders, so contact us and we will do our best to get you exactly what you need.

Made deep in the heart of Russia in Wild Siberia since 2013.

More our handmade accessories on this link https://www.etsy.com/shop/TwinsWoodCompany

Stay informed, daily updates on Instagram:
@TwinsWood
@TwinsWatch
@TwinsWallet
@TwinsBowTies
@TwinsCuffLinks

Got questions? Contact us via Etsy conversation.


          Wooden Triangular Earring, Padauk hard Wood Stud, Wine color Mini Women and Men Studs, Exotic Wood Stud Earring in Craft Box. Gift for her by TwinsWoodCompany      Cache   Translate Page      

11.49 USD

Tip: Sign up www.TwinsWood.com and get welcome discount for first purchase 10%OFF (use for Etsy and www.TwinsWood.com)

Wooden Triangular Earring, Padauk hard Wood Stud, Wine color Mini Women and Men Studs, Exotic Wood Stud Earring in Craft Box. Gift for her.

These wooden studs are handmade using exotic wood. This is a bold geometric look, perfect for the modern day trendsetter. Minimalistic design is suitable for women, men or children.

Wooden earring are very light. They go with stainless still silver color posts and a mini craft box from the photo in gallery. Great gift to someone you love.
Sanded smooth and finished with natural tung oil. The surface is matte.


Specifications:

Wood: Real Padauk
Color: Red Wine
Earring shape: Triangular
Size: 12x12 mm (.47")
Wood thickness: 3-4 mm (.11"-.15")
Base depth: 11 mm (.43")
Base: stainless still silver color
Packaging: Small craft box

★★★★★
Only five-star ratings and review!
Editor's choice on ETSY - best women gift!
The best offer on the market.
★★★★★

Without any doubt it is a wooden piece of art. Style created by the nature itself.
Every wood earring is a genuine masterpiece. No picture can show the beauty of these wood stud earring. One touch is all you need to feel the bond with the nature.


★ Looking for something creative and rare for the people dear to you? Or for yourself ? ★

We designed a perfect present! The best gift:
■ For a birthday
■ Christmas and New Year
■ For You Girlfriend
■ A wonderful gift for a wife
■ An ideal present for Mather's day
■ Any Anniversary
■ Wedding day or Wooden wedding anniversary


Customization / Laser Engraving:

Add any engraving (a text or a logo) on special wood insert card (photo in item gallery)
Select options for engraving.

Write engraving text in order comments. Specify the name of the font when ordering, our designer will provide sketches for you.


Payment and shipping:
All the packages are ready for shipping in 2-5 days after payment. Standard shipping takes 2-4 business weeks. Expedited shipping 10-14 days. Contact us for expedited shipping. We take full responsibility for our products, for its shipping, delivery and in case of damage during delivery or loss we can send new product.

Additional information:
Color of every item may differ (a bit darker or lighter than in the picture). It depends on the wood texture and the season of timber harvesting. Each piece is unique, because it is made of solid wood and the grain is never the same. Every wooden block’s grain is created by the nature. Every wood part is made to accentuate individuality of its owner.

We are ready for your CUSTOM ORDERS. We love doing custom orders, so contact us and we will do our best to get you exactly what you need.

Made deep in the heart of Russia in Wild Siberia since 2013.

More our handmade accessories on this link https://www.etsy.com/shop/TwinsWoodCompany

Stay informed, daily updates on Instagram:
@TwinsWood
@TwinsWatch
@TwinsWallet
@TwinsBowTies
@TwinsCuffLinks

Got questions? Contact us via Etsy conversation.


          Wooden Square Earring, Kusia Wood Stud, Yellow Color Mini Women and Men Studs, Exotic Wood Stud Earring in Craft Box. Gift for her by TwinsWoodCompany      Cache   Translate Page      

11.49 USD

Tip: Sign up www.TwinsWood.com and get welcome discount for first purchase 10%OFF (use for Etsy and www.TwinsWood.com)

Wooden Square Earring, Kusia Wood Stud, Yellow Color Mini Women and Men Studs, Exotic Wood Stud Earring in Craft Box. Gift for women.

These wooden studs are handmade using exotic wood. This is a bold geometric look, perfect for the modern day trendsetter. Minimalistic design is suitable for women, men or children.

Wooden earring are very light. They go with stainless still silver color posts and a mini craft box from the photo in gallery. Great gift to someone you love.
Sanded smooth and finished with natural tung oil. The surface is matte.


Specifications:

Wood: Real Kusia
Color: Yellow
Earring shape: Square
Size: 10x10 mm (.39")
Wood thickness: 3-4 mm (.11"-.15")
Base depth: 11 mm (.43")
Base: stainless still silver color
Packaging: Small craft box

★★★★★
Only five-star ratings and review!
Editor's choice on ETSY - best women gift!
The best offer on the market.
★★★★★

Without any doubt it is a wooden piece of art. Style created by the nature itself.
Every wood earring is a genuine masterpiece. No picture can show the beauty of these wood stud earring. One touch is all you need to feel the bond with the nature.


★ Looking for something creative and rare for the people dear to you? Or for yourself ? ★

We designed a perfect present! The best gift:
■ For a birthday
■ Christmas and New Year
■ For You Girlfriend
■ A wonderful gift for a wife
■ An ideal present for Mather's day
■ Any Anniversary
■ Wedding day or Wooden wedding anniversary


Customization / Laser Engraving:

Add any engraving (a text or a logo) on special wood insert card (photo in item gallery)
Select options for engraving.

Write engraving text in order comments. Specify the name of the font when ordering, our designer will provide sketches for you.


Payment and shipping:
All the packages are ready for shipping in 2-5 days after payment. Standard shipping takes 2-4 business weeks. Expedited shipping 10-14 days. Contact us for expedited shipping. We take full responsibility for our products, for its shipping, delivery and in case of damage during delivery or loss we can send new product.

Additional information:
Color of every item may differ (a bit darker or lighter than in the picture). It depends on the wood texture and the season of timber harvesting. Each piece is unique, because it is made of solid wood and the grain is never the same. Every wooden block’s grain is created by the nature. Every wood part is made to accentuate individuality of its owner.

We are ready for your CUSTOM ORDERS. We love doing custom orders, so contact us and we will do our best to get you exactly what you need.

Made deep in the heart of Russia in Wild Siberia since 2013.

More our handmade accessories on this link https://www.etsy.com/shop/TwinsWoodCompany

Stay informed, daily updates on Instagram:
@TwinsWood
@TwinsWatch
@TwinsWallet
@TwinsBowTies
@TwinsCuffLinks

Got questions? Contact us via Etsy conversation.


          Wooden Triangular Earring, Kusia Wood Stud, Yellow color Mini Women and Men Studs, Exotic Wood Stud Earring in Craft Box. Gift for her by TwinsWoodCompany      Cache   Translate Page      

11.49 USD

Tip: Sign up www.TwinsWood.com and get welcome discount for first purchase 10%OFF (use for Etsy and www.TwinsWood.com)

Wooden Triangular Earring, Kusia Wood Stud, Yellow color Mini Women and Men Studs, Exotic Wood Stud Earring in Craft Box. Gift for her.

These wooden studs are handmade using exotic wood. This is a bold geometric look, perfect for the modern day trendsetter. Minimalistic design is suitable for women, men or children.

Wooden earring are very light. They go with stainless still silver color posts and a mini craft box from the photo in gallery. Great gift to someone you love.
Sanded smooth and finished with natural tung oil. The surface is matte.


Specifications:

Wood: Real Kusia
Color: Yellow
Earring shape: Triangular
Size: 12x12 mm (.47")
Wood thickness: 3-4 mm (.11"-.15")
Base depth: 11 mm (.43")
Base: stainless still silver color
Packaging: Small craft box

★★★★★
Only five-star ratings and review!
Editor's choice on ETSY - best women gift!
The best offer on the market.
★★★★★

Without any doubt it is a wooden piece of art. Style created by the nature itself.
Every wood earring is a genuine masterpiece. No picture can show the beauty of these wood stud earring. One touch is all you need to feel the bond with the nature.


★ Looking for something creative and rare for the people dear to you? Or for yourself ? ★

We designed a perfect present! The best gift:
■ For a birthday
■ Christmas and New Year
■ For You Girlfriend
■ A wonderful gift for a wife
■ An ideal present for Mather's day
■ Any Anniversary
■ Wedding day or Wooden wedding anniversary


Customization / Laser Engraving:

Add any engraving (a text or a logo) on special wood insert card (photo in item gallery)
Select options for engraving.

Write engraving text in order comments. Specify the name of the font when ordering, our designer will provide sketches for you.


Payment and shipping:
All the packages are ready for shipping in 2-5 days after payment. Standard shipping takes 2-4 business weeks. Expedited shipping 10-14 days. Contact us for expedited shipping. We take full responsibility for our products, for its shipping, delivery and in case of damage during delivery or loss we can send new product.

Additional information:
Color of every item may differ (a bit darker or lighter than in the picture). It depends on the wood texture and the season of timber harvesting. Each piece is unique, because it is made of solid wood and the grain is never the same. Every wooden block’s grain is created by the nature. Every wood part is made to accentuate individuality of its owner.

We are ready for your CUSTOM ORDERS. We love doing custom orders, so contact us and we will do our best to get you exactly what you need.

Made deep in the heart of Russia in Wild Siberia since 2013.

More our handmade accessories on this link https://www.etsy.com/shop/TwinsWoodCompany

Stay informed, daily updates on Instagram:
@TwinsWood
@TwinsWatch
@TwinsWallet
@TwinsBowTies
@TwinsCuffLinks

Got questions? Contact us via Etsy conversation.


          Profitable Medical Spa in South Broward in Florida      Cache   Translate Page      


One of the kind! General Medical practice, Rx walk-in clinic plus Medspa. Established over 8 years with 2000 plus clients. Located near Hollywood, in walk-in area to the beach. Free parking. Will provide training in Botox, PRP rejuvenation, non surgical facial lift, anti-aging medicine, biodentical hormone replacement, lasers and more. Nurse Practitioner in place. Offer includes spa machines professional and unique skin care products/private labels. Huge potential!
          Theory and Design of Electron Blocking Layers for III-N-Based Laser Diodes by Numerical Simulation      Cache   Translate Page      
Although both III-N laser diodes (LDs) and LEDs employ electron blocking layers (EBLs) to reduce electron leakage from the active region, LDs typically operate at far higher current densities than LED ... - Source: ieeexplore.ieee.org
          NASA tests femtosecond lasers for welding and drilling      Cache   Translate Page      
Agency wants to eliminate use of epoxies that can outgas and contaminate space hardware. - Source: optics.org
          Texas Petawatt Laser to Be Used in Collaborative Network      Cache   Translate Page      
The University of Texas at Austin will be a key player in LaserNetUS, a new national network of institutions operating high-intensity, ultrafast lasers. UT Austin houses one of the most powerful laser ... - Source: www.photonics.com
          Synchronization Dynamics of Mutually Injected Passively Mode-Locked Semiconductor Lasers      Cache   Translate Page      
The operation of two 40-GHz semiconductor passively mode locked lasers that are coupled under mutual injection is investigated using a finite-time domain travelling wave numerical model. A detailed ma ... - Source: ieeexplore.ieee.org
          Feedback-Induced Failure of High-Power Diode Lasers      Cache   Translate Page      
Catastrophic failure of diode pumps in laser systems exhibiting back-irradiance is a common occurrence yet poorly understood. Prior paper has established boundaries for time-zero failures, but these r ... - Source: ieeexplore.ieee.org
          Dynamics of a Bistable VCSEL Subject to Optical Feedback From a Vibrating Rough Surface      Cache   Translate Page      
This paper presents an experimental study of the temporal behavior of a bistable vertical cavity surface emitting laser (VCSEL) under the effect of optical feedback coming from vibrating diffusely ref ... - Source: ieeexplore.ieee.org
          High-powered lasers could send bat signal to alien astronomers - CNET      Cache   Translate Page      

CNET

High-powered lasers could send bat signal to alien astronomers
CNET
A high-powered laser and massive telescope could function as a planetary-scale searchlight. MIT. Astronomers and other researchers have been making a concerted effort to search the cosmos for alien intelligence for decades now. But what about putting ...
Infrared laser technology could attract aliens, but probably won'tAstronomy Magazine
Scientists Want to Use Lasers to Guide Aliens to Earth. What Could Go Wrong??Live Science
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           Nach Ablehnung Glasers: AfD nominiert neue Kandidatin für Bundestagsvize-Kandidatin      Cache   Translate Page      
Die AfD-Fraktion unternimmt einen neuen Anlauf zur Besetzung des Postens eines Bundestagsvizepräsidenten. Sie nominierte dafür nach Angaben eines Sprechers mit...
           Nach Ablehnung Glasers: AfD nominiert neue Kandidatin für Bundestagsvize-Kandidatin      Cache   Translate Page      
Die AfD-Fraktion unternimmt einen neuen Anlauf zur Besetzung des Postens eines Bundestagsvizepräsidenten. Sie nominierte dafür nach Angaben eines Sprechers mit...
          HD Torch Cam With Flash Light Function      Cache   Translate Page      
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Prefer experience with Adobe Creative Suite, SketchUP, Newforma, Sefaira, Recent modeling software, 3D Printer, Laser cutter....
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          Robots Attack      Cache   Translate Page      
Shoot down space robots with your laser weaponry pick up power ups and destroy enemy bosses
          LEXMARK 802M 80C20M0 - Jelenlegi ára: 25 900 Ft      Cache   Translate Page      
TípusLaser cartridgeSzínfekete / magenta (pink / rózsaszín)TintapatronStandardNyomtatási színekmagenta (pink / rózsaszín)Nyomtatási technológialézerNyomtatásLapfelhasználás1000 oldalakKompatibilitásMárkakompatibilitásLexmarkKompatibilis termékekCX510de / CX410de / CX410e / CX510dhe / CX510dthe / CX410dte / CX310dn / CX310nTechnikai részletekOldalfelhasználás lábjegyzetISO / IEC 19798Nyomtatási anyag eltarthatósága2 Patron újragyűjtés✔ CsomagolásCsomagonkénti mennyiség1 dBCsomagolás típusaBoxCsomagolás nettó súly200 gCsomagolás szélesség14, 1 cmCsomagolás magasság72 mmCsomagolás mélység10, 2 cm
LEXMARK 802M 80C20M0
Jelenlegi ára: 25 900 Ft
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          LEXMARK 522H 52D2H0E - Jelenlegi ára: 172 900 Ft      Cache   Translate Page      
TípusLaser cartridgeSzínfeketeTintapatronHighNyomtatási színekfeketeNyomtatási technológialézerNyomtatásLapfelhasználás25000 oldalakKompatibilitásMárkakompatibilitásLexmarkKompatibilis termékekMS812de / MS812dn / MS810de / MS811dn / MS810dn / MS812dtn / MS810n / MS811nKörnyezeti feltételekTárolási relatív páratartalmi tartomány10 - 90%Tárolási hőmérséklettartomány (T-T)-20 ? 40 °CÜzemi hőmérséklettartomány (T-T)10 - 30 °CRelatív üzemi páratartalom-tartomány20 - 80%Technikai részletekOldalfelhasználás lábjegyzetISO / IEC 19752Nyomtatási anyag eltarthatósága2 Patron újragyűjtés✔ CsomagolásCsomagonkénti mennyiség1 dBCsomagolás típusaBoxCsomagolás nettó súly1, 7 kgCsomagolás szélesség15, 8 cmCsomagolás magasság198 mmCsomagolás mélység49, 5 cm
LEXMARK 522H 52D2H0E
Jelenlegi ára: 172 900 Ft
Az aukció vége: 2018-11-28 02:53
          Update: Chicken Invaders 4 (Games)      Cache   Translate Page      

Chicken Invaders 4 1.15


Device: iOS iPhone
Category: Games
Price: Free, Version: 1.14 -> 1.15 (iTunes)

Description:

I remember the day of the invasion well. The memories still burn deeply, like spicy chicken wings.

They came without warning, squawking menacingly, their ruffled feathers darkening the sun. Invading intergalactic chickens, out to punish humanity for our oppression of their earthly brethren.

I instantly knew what had to be done. I dropped my half-eaten chicken burger and jumped in my cockpit. With a greasy finger I set my lasers to "extra crispy" and blasted off to intercept the fowl invaders.

It wasn't easy. Squawks, feathers flying, the smell of charred chicken everywhere. Three times they invaded, each time with increasingly devious plans. Three times I managed to push them back whence they came, and secure humanity a few more years as the dominant species of this planet.

After their last retreat, I headed for my local Space Burger to bask in the glow of my recent victory. Breathing a sigh of relief, I sat down to enjoy a double chicken-burger with crispy chicken wings on the side.

Little did I know that my greatest adventure was yet to come...

What's New

Added ad consent dialog.

Chicken Invaders 4


          3D Printing Market Growing Technology Trends and Business Opportunities by 2025      Cache   Translate Page      
(EMAILWIRE.COM, November 06, 2018 ) 3D printing is a form of additive manufacturing technology where a three dimensional object is created by laying down successive layers of material. The technology was first introduced in early 1980, however it came into hype in last few years. Manufacturers across a broad spectrum of industries including automotive, aerospace, healthcare, consumer and industrial products are all aggressively using 3D printing technologies now a days.

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The report aims to provide an overview of global 3D printing market with detailed market segmentation by technology, material, end-user vertical and geography. The global 3D printing market is expected to witness high growth during the forecast period. Cost-effectiveness and bulk production advantage is driving 3D printing market globally.

The objective of this report is as follows:
- To provide overview of the global 3D Printing market
- To analyze and forecast the global 3D Printing market on the basis of technology, material, end-user vertical
- To provide market size and forecast till 2025 for overall 3D Printing market with respect to five major regions, namely; North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific (APAC), Middle East and Africa (MEA) and South America (SAM), which is later sub-segmented by respective countries
- To evaluate market dynamics effecting the market during the forecast period i.e., drivers, restraints, opportunities, and future trend
- To provide exhaustive PEST analysis for all five regions
- To profiles key 3D Printing players influencing the market along with their SWOT analysis and market strategies

Some of the leading players in 3D Printing market are 3D Systems Corporation, Arcam AB, Autodesk, Inc., Amazon, GE Company, Materialise NV, The ExOne Company, Home Depot, Stratasys Ltd., and EOS GmbH are among others

2 Key Takeaways

3 3D Printing Market Landscape
3.1 Market Overview
3.2 Market Segmentation
3.2.1 3D Printing Market - By Technology
3.2.2 3D Printing Market - By Material
3.2.3 3D Printing Market - End-user Verticals
3.2.4 3D Printing Market - By Region
3.2.4.1 By Countries
3.3 PEST Analysis
3.3.1 North America - PEST Analysis
3.3.2 Europe - PEST Analysis
3.3.3 Asia Pacific - PEST Analysis
3.3.4 Middle East and Africa - PEST Analysis
3.3.5 South America - PEST Analysis

4 3D Printing Market - Key Industry Dynamics
4.1 Impact Analysis
4.2 Key Market Drivers
4.3 Key Market Restraints
4.4 Key Market Opportunities
4.5 Future Trends

5 3D Printing Market Analysis - Global
5.1 Global 3D Printing Market Overview
5.2 Global 3D Printing Market Forecast and Analysis

6 3D Printing Market Revenue and Forecasts to 2025 - Technology
6.1 Overview
6.2 Technology market forecast and analysis
6.3 FDM (Fused Deposition Modeling) Market
6.3.1 Overview
6.3.2 FDM (Fused Deposition Modeling) market forecast and analysis
6.4 SLA (Stereolithography) Market
6.4.1 Overview
6.4.2 SLA (Stereolithography) market forecast and analysis
6.5 DLP (Digital Light Processing) Market
6.5.1 Overview
6.5.2 DLP (Digital Light Processing) market forecast and analysis
6.6 SLS (Selective Laser Sintering) Market
6.6.1 Overview
6.6.2 SLS (Selective Laser Sintering) market forecast and analysis
6.7 SLM (Selective Laser Melting) Market
6.7.1 Overview
6.7.2 SLM (Selective Laser Melting) market forecast and analysis
6.8 EBM (Electron Beam Melting) Market
6.8.1 Overview
6.8.2 EBM (Electron Beam Melting) market forecast and analysis
6.9 LOM (Laminated Object Manufacturing) Market
6.9.1 Overview
6.9.2 LOM (Laminated Object Manufacturing) market forecast and analysis
6.10 BJ (Binder Jetting) Market
6.10.1 Overview
6.10.2 BJ (Binder Jetting) market forecast and analysis
6.11 MJ (Material Jetting / Wax Casting) Market
6.11.1 Overview
6.11.2 MJ (Material Jetting / Wax Casting) market forecast and analysis

7 3D Printing Market Revenue and Forecasts to 2025 - Material
7.1 Overview
7.2 Material market forecast and analysis
7.3 Polymer Market
7.3.1 Overview
7.3.2 Polymer market forecast and analysis
7.4 Metal Market
7.4.1 Overview
7.4.2 Metal market forecast and analysis
7.5 Ceramic Market
7.5.1 Overview
7.5.2 Ceramic market forecast and analysis
7.6 Others Market
7.6.1 Overview
7.6.2 Others market forecast and analysis

8 3D Printing Market Revenue and Forecasts to 2025 - End-User Vertical
8.1 Overview
8.2 End-User Vertical market forecast and analysis
8.3 Industrial Market
8.3.1 Overview
8.3.2 Industrial market forecast and analysis
8.4 Consumer Market
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Unusual, offbeat, quirky events you might not otherwise know about. by Stranger Things To Do Staff To prevent some of the quirkier and more extraordinary events from slipping through the cracks, we've compiled them here—from Goodwill's 35th Annual Glitter Sale to an Armistice Day Centennial Commemoration, and from Good Mourning: An Interactive Arts Festival About Grief to Pray for Snow.

WEDNESDAY

COMMUNITY

1. Civic Cocktail: Protecting Orcas + Election Review
For this installment of Civic Cocktail, Q13 News analyst C.R. Douglas and Seattle Times reporter Lynda Mapes will serve as guest panelists in a discussion on two important topics: Southern Resident Killer Whale recovery and a review of the midterm elections (during which time Pramila Jayapal, KTTH radio host Jason Rantz, and Seattle University political science professor Marco Lowe will join in).

FILM

2. Far Out
Saturate your eyeballs with sweeping views of a remote and largely unexplored mountain range, the Albanian Alps, as well as the Purcell Mountains of British Columbia, the Crazy Mountains in Montana, the Slovenian Alps, Jackson Hole, and more, as explored by athletic adventurers. Proceeds from the screening will benefit the Northwest Avalanche Center.

3. The Reluctant Radical
Environmental activist Ken Ward commits crimes against the fossil fuel industry in order to fight against climate change. Join Ward himself, along with filmmaker Lindsey Grayzel, for a post-film Q&A.

4. Somm 3: Seattle Premiere
Three wine connoisseurs meet in Paris to drink the rarest bottles of vin, while blind tasters in New York settle an age-old argument about the drink. This screening of Somm 3 will also feature a Q&A with three newly minted Seattle sommeliers, as well as a Quilceda Creek Cabernet Sauvignon toast.

FOOD & DRINK

5. New Belgium and Theo's Beer and Chocolate Pairing
Sate your chocolate cravings with a side of suds, with four New Belgium Brewing beers paired with four chocolates from Theo Chocolate.

6. A Night of Coffee Beers feat. Caffe Vita
Seattle loves its coffee and its beer, so Redhook has combined the two for their two coffee beers: Kaffenator, a small-batch coffee dopplebock made in collaboration with Caffe Vita, and Continuous Revelation Coffee IPA, a new limited release. They'll have both available for happy hour, along with food pairings and Caffe Vita swag and coffee samples.

7. Plenty Pop-Up: Indoor Farmed Produce for a Sustainable Future
Try sustainably grown, "hyper-local" produce from Plenty's vertical indoor farm 20 miles away from the city.

8. Science of Coffee: Sustainability
At this workshop hosted by Onda Coffee and Ada's, listen to environment and agriculture experts discuss how climate change is affecting the future of coffee and how sustainable farming practices can help.

9. Scotch and Oysters
Indulge in the somewhat peculiar pairing of briny oysters and peaty Scotch.

GEEK

10. Harry Potter Trivia
Take advantage of an opportunity to briefly escape the muggle world at this Harry Potter trivia night.

PERFORMANCE

11. ElectroThrust
Watch sexy persons pay tribute to electronica with signature slinky moves. Admire Jonny Porkpie (your MC), Queen Inga, Dee Flowered (all the way from Georgia)!, Di Lovely (from San Diego!), Indy Fire (Denver), and many other beauties from across the US and even that most torrid of countries, Canada.

12. SuicideGirls: Blackheart Burlesque
SuicideGirls Blackheart Burlesque promises a "geeky twist" on burlesque performance, with pop culture references including Star Wars, Sailor Moon, Stranger Things, and Rick & Morty.

READINGS & TALKS

13. ALT Poetry Reading and Open Mic
Head to a night of poetry readings with A Gallo-Brown, L Swartz, and T Clear, and read your own in an open mic if you're brave.

14. L.A. Kauffman: How to Read a Protest
At this Town Hall talk, author and activist L.A. Kauffman will outline the history of America's most important protest movements from the 1963 March on Washington on. If you're curious about whether protests achieve anything, how they've changed, and what messages they carry, this is for you.

15. Paul Dorpat and Jean Sherrard on Now and Then
Historian Paul Dorpat has been collecting photo columns in Seattle for years. Join him as he presents a retrospective of his work—you'll learn some interesting things about the historical trajectory of Seattle.

16. Suzanne M. Wolfe: A Murder by Any Name
If you love historical fiction set in Elizabethan England, join Suzanne M. Wolfe as she reads from her latest novel about the murder of Queen Elizabeth I's most beloved lady-in-waiting, A Murder by Any Name.

17. Suzanne Matson: Ultraviolet
In Suzanne Matson’s new novel, Ultraviolet, we meet three generations of women in 1930s India. Hear the author read.

WEDNESDAY & SATURDAY-SUNDAY

ART

18. Good Mourning: An Interactive Arts Festival About Grief
This series invites artists from Seattle and beyond to show work across mediums that addresses grief. Pieces include a panel from the NAMES Project's AIDS memorial quilt; a video game called "Loss Levels" by digital artist Dan Hett; a community art piece called "Arts & Casket," where visitors can decorate a cardboard cremation casket; zines by Christina Tran; a soft sculpture by Elise Bernal; jewelry about "parental fears" by Sara Eileen; and more.
Opening Wednesday

WEDNESDAY-SUNDAY

ART

19. Eli Wolff
Eli Wolff takes off on cartoons, horror movies, video games, and other childhood influences to craft fun monster-y art.
Closing reception Saturday

20. Visions of Pasifika: Light from Another World
This exhibit focuses on Pacific Islander artists, incorporating tradition while looking to the future.
Closing Sunday

COMMUNITY

21. On the Battlefront and the Homefront: Rentonites in the Great War
Discover how Rentonites took part in World War I, whether by enlisting or by working on the home front as farmers, draft board workers, or nurses.

FILM

22. The 35th Annual Olympia Film Festival
The 35th Annual Olympia Film Festival will work with the theme “Inclusion, Independence, Discovery,” with 50 features and shorts created by a diverse range of filmmakers and artists.

PERFORMANCE

23. Roald Dahl's 'Matilda'
A psychokinetic genius girl faces down an evil, bullying school principal in the musical based on Roald Dahl's messed-up kids' novel.

THURSDAY

ART

24. Art for All Ball
Enjoy an evening of "Painting! Music! Poetry! Performance! Community! Bubbles! Dinner! Dancing!" with Path With Art students (all of whom are working to overcome homelessness, addiction, and other trauma) as they celebrate 10 years of creativity.

25. Intro to Calligraphy
Impress your holiday card recipients by learning to write out the alphabet in beautiful, swirly strokes.

COMMUNITY

26. From the CEO's Perspective
A panel of CEOs (Scott McFarlane of Avalara, Sharelle Klaus of Dry Soda Co., and Aaron Easterly of Rover.com) will talk about how their Northwest businesses are addressing the tough times brought on by our current administration.

27. Honoring the Wisdom of Our Elders
Local Native elders will share their stories and experiences.

FILM

28. Free Screening of “Dirtbag: The Legend of Fred Beckey”
Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center will screen the award-winning documentary Dirtbag: The Legend of Fred Beckey, about one very courageous and pioneering mountain climber, as a "thank you" to the Fred Hutch-affiliated organization Climb to Fight.

29. Hecklevision: Dune
a If you haven't playfully jeered—if not aggressively ridiculed—the screen while watching David Lynch's film adaption of Dune, we respect your tolerance for cheesiness. If you have, here's your chance to send your heckling texts straight to the big screen for the rest of the audience to enjoy.

FOOD & DRINK

30. American Purple Limited Edition Release
Be the first to try Elysian's new extremely limited American Purple beer, an American-Style Flanders Red aged in Chardonnay barrels with blackberry puree and a blend of yeasts, and tap into your painterly side with art supplies to customize your own growler.

PERFORMANCE

31. The Detention Lottery
In this educational and interactive theater project, you or your randomly selected fictional family member from the audience will be detained and have to stand before an immigration judge, who will determine your fate.

32. Pregnancy and Infant Loss: A Night of Storytelling
As part of Good Mourning: An Interactive Arts Festival About Grief, Stephanie Dethlefs, Heather Paul, Sam IAm, Ella Jarman-Pinto, and Elena Martinez will perform stories about miscarriage and infant loss.

READINGS & TALKS

33. David Skover: Robotica
Local authors David Skover and Ronald Collins will explore the relationship bettween "machine speech" and artificial intelligence in relation to free speech. The authors ask: "Is robotic expression 'speech' within the meaning of the First Amendment?"

34. Dr. Tilman Ruff: Safeguarding Health and Preventing Nuclear Catastrophe
Washington Physicians for Social Responsibility will host Dr. Tilman Ruff for a talk titled "Safeguarding Health and Preventing Nuclear Catastrophe."

35. An Evening with Grace Bonney
Join Design*Sponge founder and In the Company of Women author Grace Bonney for a reception and live taping for the first season of her new podcast, discussing various challenges faced by entrepreneurs and creatives. The event will also celebrate the release of the second issue of her new magazine, Good Company (the "Fearless Issue").

36. Jill Lightner: Scraps, Peels, and Stems
According to the organizers, every person in the United States throws out nearly 20 pounds of food each month. Join Jill Lightner, author of Scraps, Peels, and Stems, for some tips on how to make use of all that good stuff.

37. NW Literary Survival Kit
Expand your knowledge of Northwest authors with the best teachers in town: Local librarians.

38. Renee Simms: Meet Behind Mars
Welcome Renee Simms, who teaches African American Studies at the University of Puget Sound, for a reading of her first book of stories, which covers a variety of genres (realist, satirical, and "fabulist" according to novelist Dr. Asali Solomon) with African American characters.

39. Sarah Cannon: The Shame of Losing
At the age of 32, Sarah Cannon's husband Matt was badly injured by a falling tree branch. In this memoir, which she'll read from tonight, the prominent Edmonds-based essayist uses diary entries, introspective letters, and other non-linear devices to flesh out themes of pain, loss, and difficult choices.

SPORTS & RECREATION

40. Pray for Snow
Summon a snowy winter on the mountain by busting out your '80s neon ski garb, dancing to live music by Nite Wave, seeing an "epic ski film" and a retro ski fashion show, and filling up on fried confections in a Twinkie Roast. Proceeds will benefit the Northwest Avalanche Center.

THURSDAY-FRIDAY

PERFORMANCE

41. American Horror Story: Drag Show
Admit it, American Horror Story has been screaming for a drag tribute ever since the ghost in the gimp suit showed up in Season One. Irene Dubois and SHE will host this post-Halloween fright fest, featuring special guest Bosco.

42. Moscow Ballet's Great Russian Nutcracker
A cast of touring ballet dancers from Moscow will take their 26th tour across the United States to perform the Great Russian Nutcracker, which promises puppets and amazing costumes.

THURSDAY-SATURDAY

ART

43. Michael Doyle: Pantry
Explore domestic spaces and more with Michael Doyle's paintings and works on paper.
Closing Saturday

THURSDAY-SUNDAY

PERFORMANCE

44. Burlycon
Meet and learn from experienced burlesque performers at this four-day educational convention. Special guests include Brandy Wilde (the first burlesque dancer of Parisian cabaret Crazy Horse Paris), Angie Pontani, and Lisa Petrucci.

45. LIFT
The action of LIFT takes place over a mere minute among riders of a London tube passing through Covent Garden, but this time stretches through the mental existence of the characters. Gregory Award-winning actor/director Richard Gray will direct.

46. Much Ado About Nothing
Continuing their "Pursuit" series, indie company Fern Shakespeare will stage Much Ado About Nothing with an all-womxn cast. Everything ends well in this comedy of hearsay, but not before gossip and malice nearly ruin some innocent lives.

FRIDAY

ART

47. Washington Wild Photography Exhibition with Stretch and Staple
Washington Wild and Snapshot Collective will collaborate on an exhibition of wildlife photography, with proceeds benefitting the preservation of local lands and waters.

48. Homelessness: the Disgrace of a Wealthy Nation
Keith Artz's installation inside the Maple Leaf Lutheran Church, which has hosted a tent city and hosts a shelter, addresses one of the most urgent problems in our city.
Closing Friday

COMEDY

49. Adultarama
Two Seattle comics will make jokes about growing up.

COMMUNITY

50. Adult Swim
If you have kids, leave 'em at home and experience the Seattle Aquarium after hours. KEXP DJ Troy Nelson will spin party jams, and you can enjoy you fill of drinks and hors d’oeuvres while you visit with a giant Pacific octopus, among other things.

51. Coastal Carnivore Conservation in the Pacific Northwest
Join the Raincoast Conservation Foundation for an evening dedicated to permanently protecting the coastal carnivores of the Great Bear Rainforest.

FESTIVALS

52. Wine Women & Shoes
For wine enthusiasts and shoe fetishists of Sex and the City proportions, this fundraiser raising money for foster kids in Washington will include wine and culinary tastings, auctions, shopping, a raffle, a "Best in Shoe" competition, a fashion show, and hunky "Shoe Guys."

FILM

53. Meaningful Movies: To Err Is Human
At this Meaningful Movies screening, see a documentary about "the silent epidemic" of patient harm and other flaws in the US healthcare system.

GEEK & GAMING

54. Essen Import Party
Open your game-loving mind to titles from all over the world, as showcased in Essen, Germany's SPIEL trade show.

MUSIC

55. Beyonce vs. Rihanna
Dance to the hits of two R&B/hiphop icons, Beyoncé and Rihanna.

56. Nearly Dan
Steely Dan were one of the smartest bands to consistently rack up platinum records. They got away with singing blisteringly acerbic lyrics and executing complex key changes and tricky time signatures while accruing crazy air time on commercial radio, back when that meant something. So a band dedicated to paying tribute to Steely Dan has to be sharper than your typical homage outfit. Nearly Dan’s 12 members (who’ve played with Ray Charles, the Four Tops, the Temptations, Gladys Knight, and, most importantly, Huey Lewis) are up to the task, interpreting the hits and deep cuts with a professionalism that would impress Donald Fagen and the late Walter Becker’s accountants. DAVE SEGAL

PERFORMANCE

57. Abby London is "Miss-Chievous"
Idahoan musician Abby London will bring her one-woman variety show filled with "costumes, baton, piano, guitar, vocals, and then some" to Greenwood.

58. Epicuriositease: A Sampling of Earthly Delights
Kevin Incroyable will host a night of live music, burlesque, and circus arts, paired with an optional wine tasting. Your slinky purveyors of visual pleasure will be La Petite Mort, Nina Nightshade, Sage Viniconis, Holly Dai, and Anna Clara Buoyant.

59. The Lalas
The Lalas of LA, seen in Justin Timberlake videos and at the Emmys, promise a sexy, interactive, comedic show.

60. Watch What Crappens
A podcast for Bravo junkies and skeptics will visit Seattle fans. Hosts Ben Mandelker and Ronnie Karam are guaranteed to go into exhaustive detail.

READINGS & TALKS

61. Blair Imani: Modern HerStory
Blair Imani will be ready to educate you with her book Modern HerStory, all about the women, people of color, queers, disabled people, and others who've been sidelined by traditional narratives of progress.

62. Coffee & Concepts
UW School of Drama hosts this series of talks by scholars and practitioners, aimed at students and the general public. The series will wrap up with drama scholar Stefka Mihaylova.

63. A Kink in the Cure
Tim Murray's multimedia show is a sex-positive story of healing through kink.

64. Reading with Ravenna Press
Join contributors of Ravenna Press, which "prides itself on bringing together the discerning reader and the stimulating book," for a reading.

FRIDAY-SATURDAY

COMEDY

65. Mark Normand
Mark Normand can boast appearances on Comedy Central, Conan, Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon, Late Show with Stephen Colbert, Inside Amy Schumer, and many other hit shows. He's also won first place at the Great American Comedy Festival. He'll share some of that Brooklynite humor.

MUSIC

66. Women in Song Series
Celebrate womxn musicians at this six-part live music series, this time with Annie Phalen Group, Five Letter Word, Del Rey, and Salt Luck.

PERFORMANCE

67. Bindlestiff Seattle
Amoy Barya, Godsilya and Chunky Chonkeez will help document the lives of 1930s Filipino farm workers with a performance of Carlos Bulosan’s America is in the Heart.

SHOPPING

68. The Great Junk Hunt
Scavenge for vintage and repurposed goods of all kinds at this traveling market.

69. Newport Ski and Snowboard Swap 2018
Winter sports season is fast approaching, so now's a good time to swap gear you don't want for gear you do want. Here you can find over 10,000 new and used snow sport items.

FRIDAY-SUNDAY

ART

70. Fortune House: Tarot & Palm Readings by Cindy Mochizuki
As part of the Group Therapy exhibition, Vancouver psychic Cindy Mochizuki will set up a trade: If you tell her about a personal monster of yours, she'll bestow upon you a tarot reading and translate your words into a work of art.

FESTIVALS

71. Seattle International Auto Show
This isn't your typical neighborhood car display—the Seattle International Auto Show provides rodders and gearheads with four days of luxury test drives, demos, family activities, and more from tons of exhibitors. Don't miss Women's Day on Friday.

GEEK

72. Discover Science Weekend
Engage in interactive experiments with aquatic researchers.

PERFORMANCE

73. Framed
Art criticism's stakes grow unnaturally high in Y York's play about love and rivalry amongst two artists and their husbands, one of whom is a mob boss, the other a wannabe made man. A production by Snowflake Avalanche.

74. Something Unspoken and Other One-Act Plays by Tennessee Williams
Best-known for longer contributions to the American canon like Cat on a Hot Tin Roof and A Streetcar Named Desire, Tennessee Williams also wrote some incisive one-acts. Civic Rep will pay tribute to the Southern maven.

75. Too Much Information
These nine short plays by local writers Patty Carlson, Lyn Coffin, Josephine DeLellis, Karen DeMasters, Oneda Harris, Chris Mathews, Jorj Savage, and Donna Van Norman cover everything from "grammar nazis" to "lost drivers."

SHOPPING

76. 30th Annual Best of the Northwest Art and Fine Craft Show
See and shop work by over 100 local artists and artisans at this annual market.

SATURDAY

ART

77. George Jennings: Diverse Beauty
Jennings's solo exhibition celebrates racially diverse beauty in works inspired by Mucha, Parrish, and others.

78. The Universal Works Repaired Event
Universal Works debut a collaboration of repurposed garments with design company Atelier & Repairs for guests to peruse and purchase. The pieces in this trunk show widely feature the Japanese-style Sashiko repair stitch, hand painting, and second-hand trims and fabrics.

79. Yarn Revolution Indie Fiber Market
Fifteen local and regional indie dyers and makers will hawk their fiber wares. Stock up on scarves for winter and win door prizes.

COMEDY

80. Intentional Joy Noise Student Showcase
Budding comics who have spent eight weeks studying the craft of stand-up with delightful local comic Emmett Montgomery will showcase their newly refined talents.

COMMUNITY

81. Filipino Christmas Lantern Workshop
Make a star-shaped Parol (a Filipino Christmas lantern) at this holiday workshop.

82. Seattle Black Panther Party Youth Empowerment Summit
Young people continue to show up at the helm of social justice movements, from Black Lives Matter to #MeToo to March for our Lives. The Youth Empowerment Summit continues the celebration of the 50th anniversary of the Black Panther Party's Seattle branch, where youth community organizers from around the city gather to share political education, organize around important causes, and build relationships.

83. Seattle Celebration for the Animals!
Snack on tasty vegan snacks, drinks, and desserts, bid on items in a silent auction, and join a dance party in support of the Humane League efforts "to reduce animal suffering."

84. Wreath Making Workshop
Make a festive holiday wreath using real pine cones and acorns, cool ribbon, and a fresh assortment of Evergreen trimmings.

FOOD & DRINK

85. 2 Year AnniFREEsary
To celebrate two years of business, Ounces will buy Delfino's Chicago-Style Pizza for 200 customers and release their anniversary beer brewed in collaboration with Matchless Brewing and Chainline Brewing Company, in addition to giving away more freebies and swag.

86. BBIS Release Party - Bourbon Barrel Imperial Stout
Try Reuben's much-anticipated 2018 release of their award-winning Bourbon Barrel Imperial Stout.

87. The Big Lebrewski Winter Beer Taste
Warm up with 10 tastes of winter ales and ciders from over 35 local breweries, plus pub snacks and homemade treats.

88. Eat Like Your ORIJEN Dog
This brunch hosted by the "biologically appropriate" ORIJEN dog food brand invites you to "eat like your dog" with a menu inspired by the fresh, local ingredients in their dog food, accompanied by beer, wine, and coffee. The first 50 guests will receive a "doggie bag" of party favors to take home.

89. Eleventh Anniversary Party
Turn it up to 11 with Two Beers's anniversary party, which will include a celebratory Birthday Cake IPA brewed with lactose sugar and vanilla bean, plus special beers on tap, actual cake, and gastropub grub from the Bread and Circuses food truck.

90. Populuxe Beer Can Derby
To celebrate the can release of Populuxe Brewing's IPA and CDA, test your engineering skills by crafting your own beer can car and racing it down a pinewood derby track.

91. Wink Doughnuts Pop-Up
Start off your Saturday with gluten-free, organic, and plant-based doughnuts from Wink, with an exclusive coffee and doughnut pairing from Broadcast Coffee Roasters.

GEEK

92. Harry Potter Films Trivia Night
Harry Potter fans who appreciate the movies just as much as the books can answer trivia questions based on the eight films.

MUSIC

93. From The Silver Screen
In a program directed by maestro Alan Futterman, the Bremerton Symphony will perform a triad of pieces from 2001: A Space Odyssey, The Blue Danube by J. Strauss, Zarathustra Opening by R. Strauss, Ligeti's Lux Aeterna, Bach's Passacaglia, Leopold Stokowski's Fugue in C Minor from The Godfather, and John Williams's E.T. theme.

94. Girls! Girls! Girls! with Fishlure & Mother Church
Join Fishlure & Mother Church in celebrating the great femmes of our time, from Debbie Harry to Stevie Nicks.

95. The High Council, The Jauntee
Ultimate Phish-head reggae-rock weed-centric jam band the High Council will take over Ballard for a THC-infused set with the Jauntee.

96. I Want It That Way: '90s/'00s Night with #All4Doras, DJ Pryma, DJ Lo Knows
Relive your millennial childhood with Seattle's only boy band #All4Doras as they perform hits from the '90s and '00s alongside DJ Pryme and DJ Lo Knows.

97. WAVES Presents: Biolumina
Immerse yourself in a bioluminescent space by pretending you're a glowing sea creature at this dreamy electronic dance party and installation.

READINGS & TALKS

98. CoCA and La Sala present: Literary Readings and Discussion
Artists J.A. Dela Cruz-Smith and Maiah A Merino will talk about their creative processes in a Q&A moderated by Catalina Cantu of La Sala. In addition, representatives of the Northwest Immigrant Rights Project will talk about their organization.

99. Not Just for Kids: Inspiring Bold Conversations about Children's Books
Dr. Anu Taranath, a professor of children's lit at the University of Washington, will discuss the genre's value for both young and old.

100. Saturday University: South Indian Court Dance
Learn about South Indian courtly dance traditions in a lecture and demonstration with Hari Krishnan.

SHOPPING

101. HYEI Studio Launch Party
Shop apparel, sneakers, and accessories at this HYEI studio pop-up by Guillermo Bravo x SILVAE. Stay on for a dance party into the wee hours.

SATURDAY-SUNDAY

COMMUNITY

102. Political Therapy Workshop with Liz Magic Laser and Valerie Bell
"Certified professional life coach" Valerie Bell will lead a "curative drama workshop" to help participants find connections between their political affiliations and feelings.

FILM

103. Celluloid Bainbridge Film Festival
This festival used to only show films made by Bainbridge Island filmmakers, but it's since expanded to include work from Washington State, Oregon, Idaho, Alaska, and British Columbia. This year brings a 20th anniversary retrospective (on Sunday), which will revisit highlights from year's past, including Boomtown, Outsourced, The Gefilte Fish Chronicles, and Birth of a Salesman.

PERFORMANCE

104. 14/48:HS
Support talented local teens by watching 14 world-premiere plays written, directed, produced, and performed by high schoolers.

SHOPPING

105. 35th Annual Glitter Sale
Seattle's Goodwill flagship store will be filled with the absolute sparkliest clothes, shoes, and accessories for its glorious annual two-day Glitter Sale. Whether you're looking to find something flashy for a big event or you want the contents of your closet to better resemble a sea of gems, this is the place to go.

106. Latvian Christmas Bazaar
While you shop for handmade crafts and jewelry by local Latvian artists, try cakes, piragi (rolled bread), and Christmas cookies, and take in a traditional dance performance.

107. Oddmall Emporium of the Weird
Shop for goods from over 85 indie artisans to sate all your kitschy needs and desires.

SUNDAY

ART

108. Opening Reception: Kiliii Yuyan - On the Sea Ice, We Wear White
Discover the indigenous lands of the Arctic at the opening reception of this photography exhibit by Kiliii Yuyan.

COMMUNITY

109. Armistice Day Centennial Commemoration
Armistice Day turns 100 years old this year, and this celebration will mark the centennial with an opening ceremony, featuring the ringing of the historic Great Seattle Fire bell and a wreath-laying ceremony. Afterwards, there will be special events at the museum including historical presentations and viewing opportunities for their WW1 America archival exhibition, and a round-trip cruise on Lake Union to UW’s WWI Navy seaplane hangar. 

110. NW Marxism Conference 2018
This conference offers educational sessions that combat the far-right sensibilities of the current administration. Stop by "From #MeToo to Women's Liberation," "Revolutionary Socialism, Democratic Socialism, and Social Democracy," "Fascism: What It Is and How To Fight It," and more.

FESTIVALS

111. Seattle Slack Key Festival
This all-day music festival is dedicated to Kanikapila-style Hawaiian music, which makes use of the open-tuned slack key guitar (as well as the steel guitar and the ukulele). A few of this year's musicians include Ledward Kaapana, George Kuo, Jeff Peterson, Kunia Galdeira, Sonny Lim, and Jeff Au Hoy.

FILM

112. Hecklevision: Starship Troopers
Rather than make fun of the '90s mystery/thriller Starship Troopers out loud, send your snarky texts straight to the big screen for the rest of the audience to see.

113. Moving History: Sticky Shed Syndrome - An Archival Screening
Moving Image Preservation of Puget Sound presents the latest installment of Moving History: an archival screening called Sticky Shed Syndrome, featuring footage collected from the Bainbridge Island Historical Museum, the King County Archives, the Museum of History and Industry, Scarecrow Video, and elsewhere.

FOOD & DRINK

114. Bizzarro Bizarre Bazaar and Wine Tasting
While you taste wine for free (!), peruse paintings by Chris Crites, jewelry by LM-Inspired, knitwear by Ravel and Unravel, holiday gifts by Wabi and Sabi Co., and magnets by Denise Reed.

MUSIC

115. 1111: Raygun Orchestra, Pink Void, Glacial, NV
Local noise artists like Professor Raygun will perform their experimental sounds.

116. Childsplay: Fiddlers, Fiddles, and Fiddlemaker with Karan Casey
Folksy supergroup Childsplay is comprised of fiddlers from across the Celtic world and the U.S., featuring Irish singer Karan Casey. They'll celebrate their first show in Seattle since 1992 with their band of 14 fiddlers and nine instrumentalists, dancers, and singers.

117. Neil Young's Birthday Show with Rubies in the Dust
Rubies in the Dust will play all your Neil Young favorites.

118. Oleaje Flamenco
Oleaje Flamenco will welcome their new guitarist, Israel Heredia, and guest dancer Talia Ortega Vestal, for a special show.

PERFORMANCE

119. The BurlyCon Burlesque Benefit
Raise money for the BurlyCon burlesque conference.

120. The DA (Dumbledore's Army)
This all-ages fundraiser for the Imperial Sovereign Court of Seattle (who provide funds for local LGBTQ+ services) will take the form of a Harry Potter drag show with kings and queens alike.

121. Stormy Daniels DREAM GIRLS at Sodo
Stormy Daniels will perform in Sodo on her Support the Troops tour, where veterans and active military personnel will get free admission.  READINGS & TALKS

122. Asia Talks: Sari Stories
Local women will share personal stories about wearing saris as part of the Peacock in the Desert exhibit.

123. Grieving the Loss of Companion Animals: A Panel Discussion
How do you cope with the loss of a beloved pet? As part of Good Mourning: An Interactive Arts Festival About Grief, join panelists Heather Woodke (a veterinarian studying medical ethics) and Sonja Furney (who runs the dog-training company Get Your Sit Together) for a discussion. 

124. Madeline DeFrees: Subjective Geography: A Poet's Thoughts on Life and Craft
Poets Laura Jensen, Sharon Bryan, and Jennifer Maier (and editor Anne McDuffie) will celebrate the release of a new anthology, Subjective Geography: A Poet's Thoughts on Life and Craft, with a group reading.

125. Rita Wirkala
Seattle-based Argentinian writer Rita Wirkala is responsible for a wide range of novels, poetry, literary essays, and textbooks. Tonight, she'll read from her most recent English-language book of short stories, Tales for The Dreamer.


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Surfcam 2019R1--1845Nový modul v této verzi Surfcamu podporuje aditivní proces Direct Energy Deposition (přímé energetické nanášení), a díky tomu nabízí výrobní cyklus s přesným vedením laseru, jenž nanáší materiál a vy­tvá­ří rovnou tvar. Poté je tvar obráběn do finální podoby komponenty. A protože ToolStore rovněž podporuje aditivní výrobu, lze tento tvar zpracovat v podstatě jakýmkoliv výrobním cyklem, včetně pokročilých funkcí jako rotační nebo 5osé souběžné obrábění. Nový cyklus Addi­ti­ve Lace cycle je určen pro tvorbu geometrie na základě kladení vrstvy za vrstvou a nepřetržitého nanášení roztavených kapiček materiálu na hlavní nosič.


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Computer Questions For IBPS PO- 06-11-18
Dear Aspirants,

As IBPS has released the official notification of the Common Recruitment Process for selection of personnel for Probationary Officer/ Management Trainee posts and the exam is tentatively scheduled to be held in October / November 2018. Looking at the notification, we have now started subject-wise quizzes for the exam. It will include quizzes of all the subjects- Quantitative Aptitude, English, Reasoning and Computer. All these quizzes will be strictly based on the latest pattern of the IBPS PO exam and will be beneficial for your preparations. So, keep following the quizzes which will provide you a set of 10 questions daily. 

Here, we are providing you important questions of Computer for IBPS PO 2018 exam.

Q.1 What is the technical name for devices that hold files and folders ? 

(1) Documents 

(2) Folders 

(3) Volumes 

(4) File 

(5) None of these 

Q.2 What is the name of the most widely used operating system for personal computers? 

(1) Machintosh 

(2) UNIX 

(3) Windows 

(4) LINUX 

(5) None of these 

Q.3 ------is the process of carring out commands - 

(1) fetching 

(2) executing 

(3) storing 

(4) Decoding 

(5) None of these 

Q.4 A(n)_____is text that you want to be printed at the bottom of the pages. 

(1) header 

(2) endnote 

(3) footnote 

(4) footer 

(5) None of these 

Q.5 What is Data Redundancy ? 

(1) Simplification of Data 

(2) Duplication of Data 

(3) Information of Data 

(4) Creation of New Data 

(5) None of these 

Q.6 In word-processing the task of changing the appearance of a document is- 

(1) Formatting 

(2) Editing 

(3) Proofing 

(4) Inserting 

(5) None of these 

Q.7 A disadvantage of the Laser printer - 

(1) It is quieter than an impact printer 

(2) It is very slow 

(3) The output of a low level quality 

(4) All is true 

(5) None of these 

Q.8 Who designed the first general purpose electronic digital computer ENIAC ? 

(1) Von Newman 

(2) Joseph M Jacquard 

(3) J.P. Eckert and J. W. Mauchley 

(4) M.R. John Brown 

(5) None of these 

Q.9 How many sheets are there in Excel Workbook by default ? 

(1) 2 

(2) 3 

(3) 4 

(4) 5 

(5) None of these 

Q.10 Which page orientation you will select if you wish to print in wide format ? 

(1) Landscape 

(2) Portrait 

(3) Horizontal 

(4) Vertical 

(5) None of these 

ANSWERS- 

Q.1 (3) 

Q.2 (3) 

Q.3 (3) 

Q.4 (4) 

Q.5 (2) 

Q.6 (1) 

Q.7 (4) 

Q.8 (3) 

Q.9 (2) 

Q10 (1)


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Daniel Greenfield, a Shillman Journalism Fellow at the Freedom Center, is an investigative journalist and writer focusing on the radical Left and Islamic terrorism.

There are over 12,000 American military personnel stationed in Italy. It’s a larger active-duty military presence than Afghanistan. We maintain seven bases in Italy at a cost of billions of dollars.

But as President Trump dispatched a mere 5,000 troops, the first wave of a reported 15,000, to secure the border against the migrant caravan invasion, the media threw a tantrum over the cost.

The Washington Post warned darkly that the deployment could cost as much as... $200 million. That would be more impressive if our annual defense budget weren’t hovering around $600 billion.

And those are only the parts that we know about.

To put that into perspective, President Trump has proposed that we spend 0.03% of our military budget on the core mission of the military, protecting our own borders from an invasion. It’s as if he had suggested that we spend at least 0.03% of NASA’s budget on space exploration, instead of global warming and Muslim self-esteem, or 0.03% of the Department of Education’s budget on education instead of on closely monitoring the sexual habits and Halloween costumes of college students.

Deploying soldiers abroad is far more expensive than deploying them at home. And it’s a lot cheaper to stop drug dealers, gang members and terrorists at the border than it is inside the country.

What does $200 million buy us when it comes to national defense?

$200 million is being spent on special glasses and goggles for pilots to protect their eyes from laser devices fired into cockpits. We spend around $260 million on military bands. The military ad budget is in the high hundreds of millions of dollars.

We’re spending $200 million on military aid to Ukraine. If we can spend that much money to help the Ukrainians keep the Russians away, perhaps we can spend some that money to keep gang members and drug dealers out of our own backyard. The Russians are a menace, but they won’t be chopping up our children with machetes tomorrow. The MS-13 thugs riding along in that caravan just might.

If the media really has a problem with that, let its talking heads pretend that the caravan is Russian.

Every dollar we spend on border security is a fortune we don’t have to spend on police officers, surveillance cameras, insurance, ER visits, prisons, funerals and the larger sense of insecurity.

Let’s put that $200 million into its proper perspective.

An audit this year found that the Defense Logistics Agency couldn't account for $800 million in construction projects.

The money that President Trump may end up spending to protect our border from an invasion could fit four times over into a government accounting error.

None of this is to suggest that the work the military does at home and abroad isn’t vitally important. We should be protecting our pilots; military bands serve a vital purpose and so does our presence in Italy.

But if we don’t have a country, then it doesn’t matter how good our military bands are.

If there’s no United States of America, then why bother having seven bases in Italy? Why does the political establishment expect taxpayers to spend a fortune on geopolitics, but not on the home-front?

The purpose of the United States military is not to protect Italy, it’s to protect America. We built bases and stationed forces across Europe, Asia, Africa, the Middle East and South America for our own needs.

If we can’t use our own soldiers to protect our own country, what is the whole thing for?

While the media is notoriously parsimonious with the military budget, Obama’s presidential center will cost taxpayers $199 million. Throw in another million and that’s the cost of keeping more gang members from reaching Chicago and boosting the summer weekend death toll from 39 to 43.

Will the youth of Chicago benefit more from another museum no one visits (the Windy City already has more museums that no one visits than any other city in the country) or staying alive not to visit them?

Obama’s Africa trip costs were estimated in the neighborhood of $100 million. His corrupt Solyndra deal cost taxpayers over $500 million. His illegal cash shipments to Iranian terrorists alone could have paid for the latest border deployment eight times over. The media would rather we send billions to the Islamic terrorists murdering American soldiers than spend a fraction of that to send soldiers to the border.

But forgot how much money we’re spending to stop the illegal caravan invasion. Let’s look at how much we’re saving.

A new Center for Immigration Studies report estimates that we're spending $4 billion a year on illegal alien births alone.

FAIR estimated that taxpayers are spending $134 billion a year on illegal aliens. That’s around $8,000 per illegal alien. The annual cost of the 7,000, mostly male, migrants would be $56 million in one year.

If the military deployment stops the caravan, then it will have paid for itself in 4 years. If we fail to stop the migrant caravan, we will lose more than double that $200 million by 2026.

And that 7,000 is just a drop in the bucket. There are 12,000 migrants in Mexico. And more are coming every day. If we can deter these invaders, we will have sent a message that will save lives and billions.

Detaining an illegal migrant invader costs between $100 to $200 a day. This is expensive, but far less than the cost of a single murder, drunk driving accident or assorted forms of illegal migrant crime.

If the illegal migrant invaders make it into this country, detaining them will cost us $700,000 a day. In a month, the average length of time an illegal alien is detained, that will balloon to $21 million.

In under a year, the cost would surpass that $200 million that the media is bellyaching about.

Of course they won’t be held that long.

Budget and capacity strains would force their release. That’s already happened again and again.

It’s how a key World Trade Center bomber ended up on the streets. It’s how countless MS-13 gang members and other criminals have flooded our cities.

That original World Trade Center bombing back in 1993 may have cost as much as $1.1 billion. (Not accounting for inflation.) If you think immigration enforcement is expensive, just wait until a skyscraper gets bombed.

Between 2011 and 2018, a quarter of a million aliens were booked into Texas jails. Think about the cost of every single one of those inmates. The cost of the 1,351 murders, 7,156 sexual assaults and 815 kidnappings they committed in just one state. Then think about the human cost of all those horrors.

We spend hundreds of billions of dollars protecting the rest of the world. The least we can do is spend $200 million, as a down payment on an $18 billion wall, to protect ourselves, our families and our future.

If the media thinks the cost of deploying the military to the border is expensive, imagine the cost of deploying it in our cities.

Many of the countries that the migrants are arriving from use the military for domestic law enforcement. They are forced to do it because their brand of organized crime is so lethal that they have no other choice. Now those same gangs and crime families are flooding across our border.

If Texas and California go the way of Mexico, Honduras and El Salvador, we will have no other choice.

Opponents of border security have put their partisan political interests ahead of America’s national security, its stability and its survival. Americans are being murdered every day by the gang members they have allowed into this country in order to expand their districts and build up their political power.

Is $200 billion too much?

Chicago’s police budget is approaching $1.5 billion. So is the police budget in Los Angeles. New York passed $5 billion a while back.

That $200 million border deployment? It wouldn’t buy you the cost of a month of policing in New York.

If you think immigration enforcement is expensive, try not enforcing it. Chicago, Los Angeles and New York have.


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          VIDEO:- AGPAHI YATOA MSAADA WA MAGARI KUBORESHA HUDUMA UDHIBITI VVU NA UKIMWI MWANZA      Cache   Translate Page      

Mkuu wa mkoa wa Mwanza, Mheshimiwa John Mongella, akikata utepe wakati wa hafla ya makabidhiano ya magari yaliyotolewa na AGPAHI kwa ajili ya kuboresha huduma za VVU na UKIMWI katika halmashauri ya wilaya ya Buchosa na Misungwi mkoani Mwanza.



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Asasi ya Ariel Glaser Pediatric AIDS Health Initiative (AGPAHI) inayolenga kutokomeza UKIMWI kwa watoto na familia nchini Tanzania imetoa msaada wa magari mawili aina ya Nissan Patrol kwa halmashauri za wilaya za Buchosa na Misungwi mkoani Mwanza kwa ajili ya kuboresha utoaji wa huduma za VVU na UKIMWI katika halmashauri hizo.

Magari hayo yenye namba za usajili DFPA 7015 na DFPA 7016 yana thamani ya shilingi milioni 186 yamenunuliwa na shirika la AGPAHI kwa ufadhili wa Watu wa Marekani kupitia Mfuko wa Dharura wa Rais wa Marekani wa Kupambana na UKIMWI (PEPFAR) chini ya vituo vya Kudhibiti Magonjwa na Kinga (CDC).

Hafla fupi ya Makabidhiano ya magari, imefanyika leo Jumatatu Novemba 5,2018 wakati wa kikao cha wadau wa afya na ustawi wa jamii mkoa wa Mwanza kilichofanyika katika ukumbi wa Hoteli ya Gold Crest jijini Mwanza ambapo mgeni rasmi alikuwa Mkuu wa Mkoa wa Mwanza, Mheshimiwa John Mongella.

Akizungumza wakati wa kukabidhi magari hayo kwa Mkuu huyo wa mkoa, Mkurugenzi Mtendaji wa AGPAHI, Dkt. Sekela Mwakyusa alisema msaada huo wa magari ni kwa ajili ya kuboresha utoaji huduma za afya hususani za VVU na UKIMWI kwenye vituo vya kutolea huduma.

Dkt. Mwakyusa alisema, AGPAHI imekuwa ikifanya kazi kwa karibu na halmashauri katika kuboresha huduma za VVU na UKIMWI kwa ajili ya ustawi wa wananchi na taifa kwa ujumla.

“Magari tuliyokabidhi leo yana thamani ya shilingi milioni 186, na hii ni sehemu ya vyombo vya usafiri (magari,pikipiki na baiskeli) vyenye thamani ya shilingi milioni 900.2 tulivyonunua katika kipindi cha kuanzia Oktoba 2017 hadi Septemba 2018 kwa ajili ya kuleta tija kwenye utendaji kazi ili kuboresha huduma za VVU na UKIMWI katika halmashauri ambazo AGPAHI inafanya kazi,” alieleza Dkt. Mwakyusa.

Aliongeza kuwa katika jitihada za kuboresha utoaji wa huduma za VVU na UKIMWI, katika kipindi hicho, AGPAHI imefanyia ukarabati vituo 146 vya kutolea huduma vikiwemo 36 vya mkoa wa Mwanza. Pia imeweka mifumo ya umeme jua kwenye vituo 40 vya kutolea huduma kwenye halmashauri mbalimbali.

Akipokea magari hayo, Mkuu wa mkoa, Mheshimiwa Mongella aliishukuru AGPAHI kwa kuwa mdau muhimu katika sekta ya afya na kuomba waendelee kushirikiana na serikali katika kuboresha huduma za afya kwa wananchi.

Mheshimiwa Mongella aliwataka watendaji wa halmashauri zilizopewa magari kutunza na kuyatumia magari hayo kwa kazi za afya na maendeleo ya halmashauri na siyo vinginevyo.


Muonekano wa nyuma magari yaliyotolewa na AGPAHI.
 Mkurugenzi wa AMREF Tanzania Florence Temu akiwasilisha jinsi shirika lake lilivyo shiriki katika utoaji huduma za Afya na Kupambana na VVU, kuelekea Disemba mosi 2018.
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Paris Saint-Germain squandered a chance to ignite their stuttering Champions League campaign as Napoli came from behind to earn a 1-1 home draw on Tuesday. Lorenzo Insigne punished a Thiago Silva error from the penalty spot after 61 minutes to hand the Italian side leadership of Group C following Liverpool's earlier 2-0 loss to Red Star Belgrade, Napoli's next opponents. Gianluigi Buffon, making his Champions League debut for PSG, had made several saves to preserve a lead earned by Juan Bernat, but his foul in attempting to atone for Silva's loose touch allowed his former Parma boss Carlo Ancelotti to have the last laugh. Edinson Cavani's late introduction against his ex-employers failed to provide the inspiration PSG needed to convert a point into something more valuable to their hopes of advancing. Neymar was lively in the opening exchanges and carved out a promising early chance for Marco Verratti, which drew Kalidou Koulibaly into a crucial block. The Brazil star also provided the pass for a thumping Kylian Mbappe strike that flew across the face in the 23rd minute. For all their attacking riches, PSG had wing-back Bernat to thank for breaking the deadlock with a composed close-range finish, Mbappe having bamboozled Raul Albiol before supplying the cutback. 17 - Kylian Mbappe is involved in 17 goals in his last 18 Champions League games (12 goals, 5 assists). Unleashed. pic.twitter.com/DGDt0F9knv — OptaJean (@OptaJean) November 6, 2018 Napoli started the second half with purpose but ran into an inspired Buffon, who twice denied Dries Mertens in quick succession. Eventually, the incessant Napoli pressure told. Buffon bore little blame for clattering into Callejon and, with lasers shone in his eyes, could do nothing about the emphatic Insigne spot-kick that put Napoli in the driving seat. There was some late frustration for the hosts as they lost Mertens to a serious-looking shoulder injury in a match that saw Marek Hamsik become the club's all-time appearance leader. What does it mean? PSG fail to dispel flakiness fear Accusations of a soft centre have long been levelled at PSG and, though they clung on here for a handy point, their inability to see through a period of pressure will only heighten the focus on the team's character. Callejon showcases class He was frustrated in his attempts to get on the scoresheet, but attacker Callejon deserves plenty of credit for pouncing on Silva's error as the most important moment of a consistently dangerous display. Silva slip-up costs PSG Silva will receive no sympathy for the error which came from nothing and handed Napoli their equaliser. Key Opta Facts - Of sides they have faced at least four times across all European competitions, against only Real Madrid (0/4) and now PSG (0/4) have Napoli failed to win any of their first four meetings against a single opponent. - PSG's tally of five points from their opening four matches of this season's Champions League is their lowest total at this stage since 2004-05, the last time they failed to make it out of the group stages. - Napoli's Lorenzo Insigne has scored in each of his last five home matches in the Champions League (seven goals), becoming the first Italian player in the competition's history to achieve this feat. - PSG forward Kylian Mbappe has been directly involved in 17 goals in his last 18 Champions League games (12 goals, five assists). - PSG goalkeeper Gianlugi Buffon (40y 282d) has become the second oldest player to make their Champions League debut for a club after Mark Schwarzer (41y 65d), when he turned out for Chelsea back in December 2013. What's next? Napoli will aim to stay in touch with Serie A leaders Juventus when they visit Genoa on Saturday, while PSG head to beleaguered Monaco the following day. 
          Adopt Gibby a Domestic Shorthair / Mixed cat in Pittsburgh, PA (23711866) (Adopt-a-Pet.com)      Cache   Translate Page      
Gibby is a loving, calm cat with a lovable demeanor! While Gibby prefers to spend the day relaxing, he does like to play when the mood strikes him! Gibby enjoys laser pointers, feather wands and bell balls! Gibby has lived with other cats before and could do so again with the proper introductions! If you are interested in adopting Gibby, please come meet him at our East End shelter or contact us at XXXX@humaneanimalrescue.org Main color: Brown Tabby Second color: White Weight: 7 Age: 0 yrs seven months 1wks

          Adopt Jules a Domestic Shorthair / Mixed cat in Pittsburgh, PA (23703738) (Adopt-a-Pet.com)      Cache   Translate Page      
Jules needs someone who will be gentle, caring and patient with her. Change is a very scary thing, no 1 knows that better than little Jules! She's well mannered, but needs time to adjust to new situations. Once she knows you, Jules is a sweet and sweet cat! Her favorite toys are wands and laser pointers! If you are interested in adopting Jules, please come visit her at our East End shelter, or email us at XXXX@humaneanimalrescue.org for more details! Main color: Black Second color: White Weight: 6.4375 Age: 1 yrs 7 mnths 1wks

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Like new in original box streamlight TLR-6 for Glock 26/27/33 

Vedder iwb kydex Holster to accommodate the tlr-6 on a Glock 26 

the tlr6 was $100 new and the holster was $75 

selling both for $75!  Add this awesome light/laser combo to your edc and be prepared for anything! 

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12.50 GBP

6 rustic, modern snowflake Christmas ornaments/decorations in natural wood. Snowflakes are laser-cut and each one is different (just like real snowflakes!) Set of 6 - 3 with dark wood centres, & 3 with light wood centres.

Snowflakes come strung with natural jute twine hangers. Reverse side is plain wood - shown in picture 4.

Each one measures approx. H - 2.5" across (6.4 cm)

You can see more of my work here - http://www.etsy.com/shop/artangel


          Michigan beats No. 1 North Dakota 2-0, advances to NCAA hockey title game      Cache   Translate Page      
Led by a 40-save performance by senior goaltender Shawn Hunwick, the Michigan hockey team beat top-ranked North Dakota 2-0 in its first Frozen Four appearance since 2008. With just over six minutes left in the first period, freshman Jon Merrill slapped a laser from the blue line.
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Les Terriens pourraient utiliser les puissants lasers qu'ils ont déjà mis au point pour tenter d'attirer l'attention de civilisations extraterrestres, estiment des chercheurs du MIT.
          NinePoint Keeps AI Offerings Fresh with IRIS      Cache   Translate Page      

FDA has just given a nod to NinePoint Medical’s Intelligent Real-time Image Segmentation (IRIS) software upgrade for the NvisionVLE Imaging System. The Bedford, MA-based company said IRIS is an artificial intelligence-based platform for image feature segmentation is the first tool of its kind approved for use in imaging of esophageal tissue.

The NvisionVLE Imaging System allows physicians to perform a Volumetric Laser Endomicroscopy (VLE) procedure that produces real-time, high-resolution cross-sectional images. This system enables gastroenterologists to thoroughly evaluate the esophageal tissue surface and sub-surface for potential disease that may not be visible with conventional medical imaging technologies such as endoscopy and ultrasound.

The new IRIS upgrade uses machine learning algorithms to segment and visualize esophageal image features in real-time, to assist clinicians as they identify and target regions of interest during an endoscopic procedure.

“The clearance of the IRIS product marks the successful culmination of a multi-year development effort within our organization, and with [FDA],” Eman Namati, PhD, president and CEO of NinePoint Medical said in a release. “We are eager to roll this out in a controlled-market release in the coming months prior to making the technology more broadly available.”

AI has been a hot topic in medtech in 2018 and MD+DI has been on the frontlines covering the recent AI boom. That coverage spawned a webinar titled, How Artificial Intelligence Has Changed Everything for Medtech hosted by Dave Saunders CTO and Co-founder of Galen Robotics. In addition, MD+DI listed six companies with AI-based technology slated to rock the medtech sector. 


          Swarm Killer: Raytheon’s Mobile Laser Defense System      Cache   Translate Page      
 Raytheon just released this High-Energy Mission Scenarios marketing video in which they demonstrate their vision for networked laser defenses.Drawing on decades of manufacturing expertise, Raytheon continues to define the future for high-energy laser systems, target designators and next generation laser range finders. Our combat proven sensors and ready-now technology turn “just an idea” into a […]
          Certified Veterinary Technician - Brook-Falls Veterinary Hospital & Exotic Care - Menomonee Falls, WI      Cache   Translate Page      
Our facility is state-of-the-art, equipped with digital dental radiographs, digital radiographs, ultrasound, therapeutic laser, avian endoscopy and full in...
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Basically, there are five different types of techniques used to accomplish hair removal. However, most hair removal techniques are painful and can cause severe skin irritation, but Laser Hair removal is quick, painless and the most efficient hair removal treatment among all of them.


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          NinePoint Keeps AI Offerings Fresh with IRIS      Cache   Translate Page      
FDA has just given a nod to NinePoint Medical’s Intelligent Real-time Image Segmentation (IRIS) software upgrade for the NvisionVLE Imaging System. The Bedford, MA-based company said IRIS is an artificial intelligence-based platform for image feature segmentation is the first tool of its kind approved for use in imaging of esophageal tissue. The NvisionVLE Imaging System allows physicians to perform a Volumetric Laser Endomicroscopy (VLE) procedure that produces real-time, high-resolution cross-sectional images. This system enables gastroenterologists to thoroughly evaluate the esophageal tissue surface and sub-surface for potential disease that may not be visible with conventional medical imaging technologies such as endoscopy and ultrasound. The new IRIS upgrade uses ma...
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          'Master of stupidity' gives Hobart a sci-fi makeover      Cache   Translate Page      

Photos popping up on social media of spacecraft scoping out the city and laser-beaming robots blowing up the iconic MONA ferry are the handiwork of a bored scientist.


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Laser Helper – Grafton, WI Posted: 09/06/2018 Yoda and Luke Skywalker. Batman and Robin. Rick and Morty. The wise and experienced teach the eager and willing...
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          The Recession, Pop Culture and You! – Laser Time #354      Cache   Translate Page      
It’s been ten years since the biggest economic disaster of our lifetime, so we’re gonna do our best to slap on a smile and explain how it happened, the catastrophic fallout, the recession of 2008’s impact on popular culture and... Read more
          AfD nominiert Kandidatin für Posten des Bundestagsvizepräsidenten      Cache   Translate Page      
Die AfD-Bundestagsabgeordnete Mariana Harder-Kühnel soll Bundestagsvizepräsidentin werden.

Nachdem Albrecht Glaser die Wahl zum Bundestagsvizepräsidenten vom Plenum verweigert wurde, präsentiert die AfD eine neue Kandidatin. Eine andere Politikerin muss die Partei wegen umstrittener Fotos verlassen.


          COMO LA FLOR La Loteria Rose Flower PIn Button 1.5" by TSWCouture      Cache   Translate Page      

2.25 USD

COMO LA FLOR La Loteria Rose Flower PIn Button 1.5"



We create our own designs, any resemblance to others is not our intention

CHECK OUT OUR OTHER ITEMS :)




Visit our Laser Cut and Engraved Items online store for hundreds of custom jewelry designs!
http://thesisterswood.storenvy.com


NO RETURNS OR EXCHANGES EVER, PLEASE TAKE A LOOK AT PICTURES BEFORE PAYING.

Dimensions are approximate all items are handmade by us

WE only accept payment through PayPal and Credit card

Shipping is USPS-No tracking or insurance or Priority Mail

WE RECYCLE!! we use recycled packing materials and we love for other to use our items we sell instead of going to our land fields!

Please give us 3-4 business days for digital design and laser cutting and engraving

COMBINED SHIPPING, if you purchase 3 or more items WE will combine shipping, shipping amount depends on size of items and ship to zip code. SEND US A CONVO BEFORE PAYING!

SHIPPING CHARGES INCLUDE HANDLING CHARGES, why you ask? Well, WE package up all my items very well, bubble wrap, tissue paper and a little bit of love, and sometimes some extra goodies, so it takes a little while to do, plus, WE do ship same day)


----WE DON'T SHIP TO ADDRESS OTHER THAN WHAT'S ON YOUR PAYPAL ACCOUNT.***

WE SHIP INTERNATIONAL AS WELL, YOU'RE LIABLE FOR INTERNATIONAL CUSTOM CHARGES

***TERMS OF SALE***

***DESCRIPTION INCLUDES THE PICTURES, PLEASE VIEW PICTURES BEFORE PAYING!**

***NO RETURNS***

WE do not accept Returns. Please feel free to ask any questions and WE will get back to you as soon as possible. If WE miss to add in the description a spot, hole or anything with item and you receive it and are unhappy, please Email us immediately, we are very easy to work with.. WE just want to make sure my customers are happy :)
About Us



ABOUT US:

WE RECYCLE!!

We use recycled packing materials and we love for other to use our items we sell instead of going to our land fields!

We love our customers, we just want to make them happy, if our customers are happy, then we are happy, it's a win win. We care about thinking GREEN, recycling, and re-using beautiful unique items.

Things we sell

We are two sisters offering vintage and homemade items. We provide items that have been used by others but are still in good usable condition.

Straight from the OC in California!


          CHINGONA VIBES Only Galaxy PIN Button 2.5" by TSWCouture      Cache   Translate Page      

1.99 USD

CHINGONA VIBES Only Galaxy PIN Button 2.5"


We create our own designs, any resemblance to others is not our intention

CHECK OUT OUR OTHER ITEMS :)


Visit our Laser Cut and Engraved Items online store for hundreds of custom jewelry designs!
http://thesisterswood.storenvy.com


NO RETURNS OR EXCHANGES EVER, PLEASE TAKE A LOOK AT PICTURES BEFORE PAYING.

Dimensions are approximate all items are handmade by us

WE only accept payment through PayPal and Credit card

Shipping is USPS-No tracking or insurance or Priority Mail

WE RECYCLE!! we use recycled packing materials and we love for other to use our items we sell instead of going to our land fields!

Please give us 3-4 business days for digital design and laser cutting and engraving

COMBINED SHIPPING, if you purchase 3 or more items WE will combine shipping, shipping amount depends on size of items and ship to zip code. SEND US A CONVO BEFORE PAYING!

SHIPPING CHARGES INCLUDE HANDLING CHARGES, why you ask? Well, WE package up all my items very well, bubble wrap, tissue paper and a little bit of love, and sometimes some extra goodies, so it takes a little while to do, plus, WE do ship same day)


----WE DON'T SHIP TO ADDRESS OTHER THAN WHAT'S ON YOUR PAYPAL ACCOUNT.***

WE SHIP INTERNATIONAL AS WELL, YOU'RE LIABLE FOR INTERNATIONAL CUSTOM CHARGES

***TERMS OF SALE***

***DESCRIPTION INCLUDES THE PICTURES, PLEASE VIEW PICTURES BEFORE PAYING!**

***NO RETURNS***

WE do not accept Returns. Please feel free to ask any questions and WE will get back to you as soon as possible. If WE miss to add in the description a spot, hole or anything with item and you receive it and are unhappy, please Email us immediately, we are very easy to work with.. WE just want to make sure my customers are happy :)
About Us



ABOUT US:

WE RECYCLE!!

We use recycled packing materials and we love for other to use our items we sell instead of going to our land fields!

We love our customers, we just want to make them happy, if our customers are happy, then we are happy, it's a win win. We care about thinking GREEN, recycling, and re-using beautiful unique items.

Things we sell

We are two sisters offering vintage and homemade items. We provide items that have been used by others but are still in good usable condition.

Straight from the OC in California!


          1 LOCA PERO CHULA Sarape 1.5" Pin Button by TSWCouture      Cache   Translate Page      

1.99 USD

1 LOCA PERO CHULA Sarape 1.5" Pin Button


We create our own designs, any resemblance to others is not our intention

CHECK OUT OUR OTHER ITEMS :)


Visit our Laser Cut and Engraved Items online store for hundreds of custom jewelry designs!
http://thesisterswood.storenvy.com


NO RETURNS OR EXCHANGES EVER, PLEASE TAKE A LOOK AT PICTURES BEFORE PAYING.

Dimensions are approximate all items are handmade by us

WE only accept payment through PayPal and Credit card

Shipping is USPS-No tracking or insurance or Priority Mail

WE RECYCLE!! we use recycled packing materials and we love for other to use our items we sell instead of going to our land fields!

Please give us 3-4 business days for digital design and laser cutting and engraving

COMBINED SHIPPING, if you purchase 3 or more items WE will combine shipping, shipping amount depends on size of items and ship to zip code. SEND US A CONVO BEFORE PAYING!

SHIPPING CHARGES INCLUDE HANDLING CHARGES, why you ask? Well, WE package up all my items very well, bubble wrap, tissue paper and a little bit of love, and sometimes some extra goodies, so it takes a little while to do, plus, WE do ship same day)


----WE DON'T SHIP TO ADDRESS OTHER THAN WHAT'S ON YOUR PAYPAL ACCOUNT.***

WE SHIP INTERNATIONAL AS WELL, YOU'RE LIABLE FOR INTERNATIONAL CUSTOM CHARGES

***TERMS OF SALE***

***DESCRIPTION INCLUDES THE PICTURES, PLEASE VIEW PICTURES BEFORE PAYING!**

***NO RETURNS***

WE do not accept Returns. Please feel free to ask any questions and WE will get back to you as soon as possible. If WE miss to add in the description a spot, hole or anything with item and you receive it and are unhappy, please Email us immediately, we are very easy to work with.. WE just want to make sure my customers are happy :)
About Us



ABOUT US:

WE RECYCLE!!

We use recycled packing materials and we love for other to use our items we sell instead of going to our land fields!

We love our customers, we just want to make them happy, if our customers are happy, then we are happy, it's a win win. We care about thinking GREEN, recycling, and re-using beautiful unique items.

Things we sell

We are two sisters offering vintage and homemade items. We provide items that have been used by others but are still in good usable condition.

Straight from the OC in California!


          1 SUGAR SKULL 1.5" Pin Button by TSWCouture      Cache   Translate Page      

1.99 USD

1 PIN UP Doll 1.5" Ticky Tropical Pin Button


We create our own designs, any resemblance to others is not our intention

CHECK OUT OUR OTHER ITEMS :)


Visit our Laser Cut and Engraved Items online store for hundreds of custom jewelry designs!
http://thesisterswood.storenvy.com


NO RETURNS OR EXCHANGES EVER, PLEASE TAKE A LOOK AT PICTURES BEFORE PAYING.

Dimensions are approximate all items are handmade by us

WE only accept payment through PayPal and Credit card

Shipping is USPS-No tracking or insurance or Priority Mail

WE RECYCLE!! we use recycled packing materials and we love for other to use our items we sell instead of going to our land fields!

Please give us 3-4 business days for digital design and laser cutting and engraving

COMBINED SHIPPING, if you purchase 3 or more items WE will combine shipping, shipping amount depends on size of items and ship to zip code. SEND US A CONVO BEFORE PAYING!

SHIPPING CHARGES INCLUDE HANDLING CHARGES, why you ask? Well, WE package up all my items very well, bubble wrap, tissue paper and a little bit of love, and sometimes some extra goodies, so it takes a little while to do, plus, WE do ship same day)


----WE DON'T SHIP TO ADDRESS OTHER THAN WHAT'S ON YOUR PAYPAL ACCOUNT.***

WE SHIP INTERNATIONAL AS WELL, YOU'RE LIABLE FOR INTERNATIONAL CUSTOM CHARGES

***TERMS OF SALE***

***DESCRIPTION INCLUDES THE PICTURES, PLEASE VIEW PICTURES BEFORE PAYING!**

***NO RETURNS***

WE do not accept Returns. Please feel free to ask any questions and WE will get back to you as soon as possible. If WE miss to add in the description a spot, hole or anything with item and you receive it and are unhappy, please Email us immediately, we are very easy to work with.. WE just want to make sure my customers are happy :)
About Us



ABOUT US:

WE RECYCLE!!

We use recycled packing materials and we love for other to use our items we sell instead of going to our land fields!

We love our customers, we just want to make them happy, if our customers are happy, then we are happy, it's a win win. We care about thinking GREEN, recycling, and re-using beautiful unique items.

Things we sell

We are two sisters offering vintage and homemade items. We provide items that have been used by others but are still in good usable condition.

Straight from the OC in California!


          CHINGONA PIN Button 2.5" by TSWCouture      Cache   Translate Page      

1.99 USD

1 CROCHET HEART FOR Pin Button 2.5"

**Chingona pin not included**


We create our own designs, any resemblance to others is not our intention

CHECK OUT OUR OTHER ITEMS :)


Visit our Laser Cut and Engraved Items online store for hundreds of custom jewelry designs!
http://thesisterswood.storenvy.com


NO RETURNS OR EXCHANGES EVER, PLEASE TAKE A LOOK AT PICTURES BEFORE PAYING.

Dimensions are approximate all items are handmade by us

WE only accept payment through PayPal and Credit card

Shipping is USPS-No tracking or insurance or Priority Mail

WE RECYCLE!! we use recycled packing materials and we love for other to use our items we sell instead of going to our land fields!

Please give us 3-4 business days for digital design and laser cutting and engraving

COMBINED SHIPPING, if you purchase 3 or more items WE will combine shipping, shipping amount depends on size of items and ship to zip code. SEND US A CONVO BEFORE PAYING!

SHIPPING CHARGES INCLUDE HANDLING CHARGES, why you ask? Well, WE package up all my items very well, bubble wrap, tissue paper and a little bit of love, and sometimes some extra goodies, so it takes a little while to do, plus, WE do ship same day)


----WE DON'T SHIP TO ADDRESS OTHER THAN WHAT'S ON YOUR PAYPAL ACCOUNT.***

WE SHIP INTERNATIONAL AS WELL, YOU'RE LIABLE FOR INTERNATIONAL CUSTOM CHARGES

***TERMS OF SALE***

***DESCRIPTION INCLUDES THE PICTURES, PLEASE VIEW PICTURES BEFORE PAYING!**

***NO RETURNS***

WE do not accept Returns. Please feel free to ask any questions and WE will get back to you as soon as possible. If WE miss to add in the description a spot, hole or anything with item and you receive it and are unhappy, please Email us immediately, we are very easy to work with.. WE just want to make sure my customers are happy :)
About Us



ABOUT US:

WE RECYCLE!!

We use recycled packing materials and we love for other to use our items we sell instead of going to our land fields!

We love our customers, we just want to make them happy, if our customers are happy, then we are happy, it's a win win. We care about thinking GREEN, recycling, and re-using beautiful unique items.

Things we sell

We are two sisters offering vintage and homemade items. We provide items that have been used by others but are still in good usable condition.

Straight from the OC in California!


          1 PIN GOLD RIP Vampire Lips 1.5" by TSWCouture      Cache   Translate Page      

1.99 USD

1 PIN GOLD RIP Vampire Lips 1.5"

We create our own designs, any resemblance to others is not our intention

CHECK OUT OUR OTHER ITEMS :)

Visit our Laser Cut and Engraved Items online store for hundreds of custom jewelry designs!
http://thesisterswood.storenvy.com


NO RETURNS OR EXCHANGES EVER, PLEASE TAKE A LOOK AT PICTURES BEFORE PAYING.

Dimensions are approximate all items are handmade by us

WE only accept payment through PayPal and Credit card

Shipping is USPS-No tracking or insurance or Priority Mail

WE RECYCLE!! we use recycled packing materials and we love for other to use our items we sell instead of going to our land fields!

Please give us 3-4 business days for digital design and laser cutting and engraving

COMBINED SHIPPING, if you purchase 3 or more items WE will combine shipping, shipping amount depends on size of items and ship to zip code. SEND US A CONVO BEFORE PAYING!

SHIPPING CHARGES INCLUDE HANDLING CHARGES, why you ask? Well, WE package up all my items very well, bubble wrap, tissue paper and a little bit of love, and sometimes some extra goodies, so it takes a little while to do, plus, WE do ship same day)


----WE DON'T SHIP TO ADDRESS OTHER THAN WHAT'S ON YOUR PAYPAL ACCOUNT.***

WE SHIP INTERNATIONAL AS WELL, YOU'RE LIABLE FOR INTERNATIONAL CUSTOM CHARGES

***TERMS OF SALE***

***DESCRIPTION INCLUDES THE PICTURES, PLEASE VIEW PICTURES BEFORE PAYING!**

***NO RETURNS***

WE do not accept Returns. Please feel free to ask any questions and WE will get back to you as soon as possible. If WE miss to add in the description a spot, hole or anything with item and you receive it and are unhappy, please Email us immediately, we are very easy to work with.. WE just want to make sure my customers are happy :)
About Us



ABOUT US:

WE RECYCLE!!

We use recycled packing materials and we love for other to use our items we sell instead of going to our land fields!

We love our customers, we just want to make them happy, if our customers are happy, then we are happy, it's a win win. We care about thinking GREEN, recycling, and re-using beautiful unique items.

Things we sell

We are two sisters offering vintage and homemade items. We provide items that have been used by others but are still in good usable condition.

Straight from the OC in California!


          CHISMOSA PIN BUTTON black font on pink 1.5" by TSWCouture      Cache   Translate Page      

1.99 USD

CHISMOSA PIN BUTTON black font on pink 1.5"



We create our own designs, any resemblance to others is not our intention

CHECK OUT OUR OTHER ITEMS :)




Visit our Laser Cut and Engraved Items online store for hundreds of custom jewelry designs!
http://thesisterswood.storenvy.com


NO RETURNS OR EXCHANGES EVER, PLEASE TAKE A LOOK AT PICTURES BEFORE PAYING.

Dimensions are approximate all items are handmade by us

WE only accept payment through PayPal and Credit card

Shipping is USPS-No tracking or insurance or Priority Mail

WE RECYCLE!! we use recycled packing materials and we love for other to use our items we sell instead of going to our land fields!

Please give us 3-4 business days for digital design and laser cutting and engraving

COMBINED SHIPPING, if you purchase 3 or more items WE will combine shipping, shipping amount depends on size of items and ship to zip code. SEND US A CONVO BEFORE PAYING!

SHIPPING CHARGES INCLUDE HANDLING CHARGES, why you ask? Well, WE package up all my items very well, bubble wrap, tissue paper and a little bit of love, and sometimes some extra goodies, so it takes a little while to do, plus, WE do ship same day)


----WE DON'T SHIP TO ADDRESS OTHER THAN WHAT'S ON YOUR PAYPAL ACCOUNT.***

WE SHIP INTERNATIONAL AS WELL, YOU'RE LIABLE FOR INTERNATIONAL CUSTOM CHARGES

***TERMS OF SALE***

***DESCRIPTION INCLUDES THE PICTURES, PLEASE VIEW PICTURES BEFORE PAYING!**

***NO RETURNS***

WE do not accept Returns. Please feel free to ask any questions and WE will get back to you as soon as possible. If WE miss to add in the description a spot, hole or anything with item and you receive it and are unhappy, please Email us immediately, we are very easy to work with.. WE just want to make sure my customers are happy :)
About Us



ABOUT US:

WE RECYCLE!!

We use recycled packing materials and we love for other to use our items we sell instead of going to our land fields!

We love our customers, we just want to make them happy, if our customers are happy, then we are happy, it's a win win. We care about thinking GREEN, recycling, and re-using beautiful unique items.

Things we sell

We are two sisters offering vintage and homemade items. We provide items that have been used by others but are still in good usable condition.

Straight from the OC in California!


          LUCHADORA PIN BUTTON black font on white 1.5" by TSWCouture      Cache   Translate Page      

1.99 USD

LUCHADORA PIN BUTTON black font on white 1.5"



We create our own designs, any resemblance to others is not our intention

CHECK OUT OUR OTHER ITEMS :)




Visit our Laser Cut and Engraved Items online store for hundreds of custom jewelry designs!
http://thesisterswood.storenvy.com


NO RETURNS OR EXCHANGES EVER, PLEASE TAKE A LOOK AT PICTURES BEFORE PAYING.

Dimensions are approximate all items are handmade by us

WE only accept payment through PayPal and Credit card

Shipping is USPS-No tracking or insurance or Priority Mail

WE RECYCLE!! we use recycled packing materials and we love for other to use our items we sell instead of going to our land fields!

Please give us 3-4 business days for digital design and laser cutting and engraving

COMBINED SHIPPING, if you purchase 3 or more items WE will combine shipping, shipping amount depends on size of items and ship to zip code. SEND US A CONVO BEFORE PAYING!

SHIPPING CHARGES INCLUDE HANDLING CHARGES, why you ask? Well, WE package up all my items very well, bubble wrap, tissue paper and a little bit of love, and sometimes some extra goodies, so it takes a little while to do, plus, WE do ship same day)


----WE DON'T SHIP TO ADDRESS OTHER THAN WHAT'S ON YOUR PAYPAL ACCOUNT.***

WE SHIP INTERNATIONAL AS WELL, YOU'RE LIABLE FOR INTERNATIONAL CUSTOM CHARGES

***TERMS OF SALE***

***DESCRIPTION INCLUDES THE PICTURES, PLEASE VIEW PICTURES BEFORE PAYING!**

***NO RETURNS***

WE do not accept Returns. Please feel free to ask any questions and WE will get back to you as soon as possible. If WE miss to add in the description a spot, hole or anything with item and you receive it and are unhappy, please Email us immediately, we are very easy to work with.. WE just want to make sure my customers are happy :)
About Us



ABOUT US:

WE RECYCLE!!

We use recycled packing materials and we love for other to use our items we sell instead of going to our land fields!

We love our customers, we just want to make them happy, if our customers are happy, then we are happy, it's a win win. We care about thinking GREEN, recycling, and re-using beautiful unique items.

Things we sell

We are two sisters offering vintage and homemade items. We provide items that have been used by others but are still in good usable condition.

Straight from the OC in California!


          1 MAL DE OJO Contra Envidiosos Palnchette Eye Pin Button 1.5" Evil Eye by TSWCouture      Cache   Translate Page      

1.99 USD

1 MAL DE OJO Contra Envidiosos Palnchette Eye Pin Button 1.5"
Against Evil Eye Protection pin


We create our own designs, any resemblance to others is not our intention

CHECK OUT OUR OTHER ITEMS :)


Visit our Laser Cut and Engraved Items online store for hundreds of custom jewelry designs!
http://thesisterswood.storenvy.com


NO RETURNS OR EXCHANGES EVER, PLEASE TAKE A LOOK AT PICTURES BEFORE PAYING.

Dimensions are approximate all items are handmade by us

WE only accept payment through PayPal and Credit card

Shipping is USPS-No tracking or insurance or Priority Mail

WE RECYCLE!! we use recycled packing materials and we love for other to use our items we sell instead of going to our land fields!

Please give us 3-4 business days for digital design and laser cutting and engraving

COMBINED SHIPPING, if you purchase 3 or more items WE will combine shipping, shipping amount depends on size of items and ship to zip code. SEND US A CONVO BEFORE PAYING!

SHIPPING CHARGES INCLUDE HANDLING CHARGES, why you ask? Well, WE package up all my items very well, bubble wrap, tissue paper and a little bit of love, and sometimes some extra goodies, so it takes a little while to do, plus, WE do ship same day)


----WE DON'T SHIP TO ADDRESS OTHER THAN WHAT'S ON YOUR PAYPAL ACCOUNT.***

WE SHIP INTERNATIONAL AS WELL, YOU'RE LIABLE FOR INTERNATIONAL CUSTOM CHARGES

***TERMS OF SALE***

***DESCRIPTION INCLUDES THE PICTURES, PLEASE VIEW PICTURES BEFORE PAYING!**

***NO RETURNS***

WE do not accept Returns. Please feel free to ask any questions and WE will get back to you as soon as possible. If WE miss to add in the description a spot, hole or anything with item and you receive it and are unhappy, please Email us immediately, we are very easy to work with.. WE just want to make sure my customers are happy :)
About Us



ABOUT US:

WE RECYCLE!!

We use recycled packing materials and we love for other to use our items we sell instead of going to our land fields!

We love our customers, we just want to make them happy, if our customers are happy, then we are happy, it's a win win. We care about thinking GREEN, recycling, and re-using beautiful unique items.

Things we sell

We are two sisters offering vintage and homemade items. We provide items that have been used by others but are still in good usable condition.

Straight from the OC in California!


          CHINGONA GOLD FOIL Laminated Purse or Planner Tag 3" with Tassle and Gold Heart by TSWCouture      Cache   Translate Page      

4.99 USD

CHINGONA GOLD FOIL Laminated Purse or Planner Tag 3" with Tassle and Gold Heart

we can change the word for you or colors (convo us)



We create our own designs, any resemblance to others is not our intention

CHECK OUT OUR OTHER ITEMS :)




Visit our Laser Cut and Engraved Items online store for hundreds of custom jewelry designs!
http://thesisterswood.storenvy.com


NO RETURNS OR EXCHANGES EVER, PLEASE TAKE A LOOK AT PICTURES BEFORE PAYING.

Dimensions are approximate all items are handmade by us

WE only accept payment through PayPal and Credit card

Shipping is USPS-No tracking or insurance or Priority Mail

WE RECYCLE!! we use recycled packing materials and we love for other to use our items we sell instead of going to our land fields!

Please give us 3-4 business days for digital design and laser cutting and engraving

COMBINED SHIPPING, if you purchase 3 or more items WE will combine shipping, shipping amount depends on size of items and ship to zip code. SEND US A CONVO BEFORE PAYING!

SHIPPING CHARGES INCLUDE HANDLING CHARGES, why you ask? Well, WE package up all my items very well, bubble wrap, tissue paper and a little bit of love, and sometimes some extra goodies, so it takes a little while to do, plus, WE do ship same day)


----WE DON'T SHIP TO ADDRESS OTHER THAN WHAT'S ON YOUR PAYPAL ACCOUNT.***

WE SHIP INTERNATIONAL AS WELL, YOU'RE LIABLE FOR INTERNATIONAL CUSTOM CHARGES

***TERMS OF SALE***

***DESCRIPTION INCLUDES THE PICTURES, PLEASE VIEW PICTURES BEFORE PAYING!**

***NO RETURNS***

WE do not accept Returns. Please feel free to ask any questions and WE will get back to you as soon as possible. If WE miss to add in the description a spot, hole or anything with item and you receive it and are unhappy, please Email us immediately, we are very easy to work with.. WE just want to make sure my customers are happy :)
About Us



ABOUT US:

WE RECYCLE!!

We use recycled packing materials and we love for other to use our items we sell instead of going to our land fields!

We love our customers, we just want to make them happy, if our customers are happy, then we are happy, it's a win win. We care about thinking GREEN, recycling, and re-using beautiful unique items.

Things we sell

We are two sisters offering vintage and homemade items. We provide items that have been used by others but are still in good usable condition.

Straight from the OC in California!


          Laser Helper - Kapco, Inc. - Grafton, WI      Cache   Translate Page      
Laser Helper – Grafton, WI Posted: 09/06/2018 Yoda and Luke Skywalker. Batman and Robin. Rick and Morty. The wise and experienced teach the eager and willing...
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          CURRENT AFFAIRS OCTOBER 1 TO 10 2018 BANK EXAMS.SSCGL/TNPSC VAO AND OTHER EXAMS./LIC AND OTHER GENERAL INSURANCE COMPANY EXAMS)      Cache   Translate Page      


Important Current Affairs 01st October 2018
RBI to pump Rs 360 bn into bond markets
The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) would pump Rs 360 billion into money markets in October to stem fears of a cascading credit crunch.The auctions would be conducted during the second, third and fourth week of October.The government will effectively cut its market borrowing by Rs 700 billion due to higher-than-expected earnings of Rs 750 billion through its small savings scheme.
Harmonium exponent Tulsidas Borkar passed away
Renowned harmonium player Pandit Tulsidas Borkar passed away in Mumbai.Borkar was conferred with the Padma Shri award in 2016 and also the Sangeet Natak Akademi Award.He had accompanied legendary singers such as Ustad Amir Khan, Bhimsen Joshi and Kishori Amonkar.Borkar was known for both solo performances as well as his unique style of accompanying Indian classical singers.
5th World Internet Conference in China
China will hold the fifth World Internet Conference (WIC) in its river town of Wuzhen on November 7-9 2019.Theme:  “creating a digital world for mutual trust and collective governance – towards a community with a shared future in cyberspace”.The conference will advocate exchanges, mutual learning, cooperation and sharing in the digital fields.
7-member panel set up on ‘calamity tax’
The GST Council has set up a seven-member Group of Minister (GoM) panel.The panel will examine the legality of imposing a new tax on certain goods and services to raise resources for natural calamity-hit states.The seven-member Group of Ministers (GoM), would include representatives from North-Eastern, hilly and coastal states.
‘NABARAD Grameena Habba’ in Bengaluru
National Bank for Agriculture and Rural Development is organizing “Grameena Habba” at Bengaluru.Habba is an exhibition cum sale of rural artisan products September 28- Oct 7, 2018.It would expand the market for weavers, rural artisans and craftsmen etc.NABARD supports rural artisans via its special fund ‘Gramya Vikas Nidhi’ that promotes rural innovation, rural livelihood options etc.
Goa, Portugal signed MoU on water management
A Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) has been signed between the Portuguese Environment Ministry and the Public Works Department of Goa.The MoU proposes technical partnership in the areas of water supply operation and energy efficiency,As part of the MoU, the assessment of two of the biggest water treatment and supply plants at Selaulim and Opa in Goa would be undertaken.
New LNG terminal at Anjar inaugurated
The Prime Minister, Narendra Modi inaugurated the Mundra LNG terminal, the Anjar-Mundra Pipeline Project and the Palanpur-Pali-Barmer pipeline project, at Anjar, Gujarat on 30 September 2018.The LNG terminal is promoted by Gujarat State Petroleum Corporation Ltd.India has two more LNG terminals, Dabhol in Maharashtra and Kochi in Kerala.
1st corn festival of country in Chhindwara
The first corn festival of the country held in Chhindwara in Madhya Pradesh from 29-30 Sept.The event will see scientists working on maize from across the country who will share their knowledge of the new developments and opportunities for corn based products.Madhya Pradesh is one of the largest corn producing states in India with Chhindwara being the highest corn producing district.
SATAT initiative launched by Petroleum Min
The government of India launched ‘SATAT’ initiative to promote Compressed Bio-Gas (CBG) as an alternative fuel.The initiative is aimed at providing a Sustainable Alternative Towards Affordable Transportation (SATAT) as a developmental effort that would benefit both vehicle-users as well as farmers and entrepreneurs.Use of CBG will also help bring down dependency on crude oil imports.
Wage Compensation Scheme for pregnant women
Assam government launched a wage compensation scheme for Pregnant Women in tea gardens of the state.The scheme will provide better health and nutrition supplements to the pregnant women.An amount of Rs.12,000 will be given to the pregnant woman to take care of herself and unborn baby.The wage compensation scheme will reduce maternal and neonatal mortality in the tea areas of Assam.
VP to give “Vayoshreshtha Samman-2018”
The Vice President of India M. Venkiah Naidu gave “Vayoshreshtha Samman-2018” to senior citizens on October 1, 2018.The award is given to eminent senior citizens and institutions in recognition of their services towards the cause of the elderly persons.Vayoshreshtha Samman is a Scheme of National Awards instituted by the Ministry of Social Justice & Empowerment.
Sale of micro insurance via PoS allowed
Insurance regulator IRDAI has allowed the distribution of all micro-insurance products through point-of-sales (PoS).It aims to increase insurance penetration in the country.Micro-insurance policies are designed to promote insurance coverage among economically vulnerable sections.A micro-insurance policy is a general or life insurance policy with a sum assured of Rs. 50,000 or less.
Madhya Pradesh to have cow ministry
Madhya Pradesh CM Shivraj Singh Chouhan announced the setting up of a ministry for cows.The cow ministry will replace the existing Madhya Pradesh Gaupalan Evam Pashudhan Samvardhan Board (MPGEPSB).If Madhya Pradesh implements the decision, it will become the second Indian state after Rajasthan to get a cow ministry.
livestock census commenced from Oct. 1
The 20th Livestock Census will be conducted in all States and Union Territories from October 1, 2018.The 20th Livestock Census would, for the first time, capture breed-wise headcount of livestock and poultryThe Census would help in identifying the threatened indigenous breeds.The exercise would also cover fisheries.
Peace Padyatra in in the Red heartland
Around 150 people, from various states affected by the Maoist insurgency, will begin a 186-km long ‘Peace Padyatra’ on 1 Oct.The Peace Padyatra will start from the Shabri Gandhi Ashram in East Godavari district of Andhra Pradesh to the Jagdalpur town of Bastar.The padyatris will walk along the National Highway 30, that passes through the  Sukma district of Chhattisgarh.
Good samaritan bill of Karnataka approved
Karnataka has become the first state in the country to give legal protection to good Samaritans.President Ram Nath Kovind has given assent to Karnataka Good Samaritan and Medical Professional (Protection and Regulation during Emergency Situations) Bill, 2016.The bill aims to provide legal protection to the good samaritans in Karnataka, who help accident victims with emergency medical care.
NITI Aayog and Oracle sign SoI
NITI Aayog and Oracle signed a Statement of Intent (SoI) to pilot a real drug supply-chain using blockchain distributed ledger and Internet of Things (IoT) softwareThe SoI was signed in order to fight the growing problem of counterfeit drugs in India.Apollo Hospitals and Strides Pharma Sciences will partner in this effort.
Yuvraj Wadhwani won Asian Junior Squash title
India’s Yuvraj Wadhwani won Asian Junior Squash Championship title on 30 September, 2018.Yuvraj has become the second Indian to win the Under-13 title after Veer Chotrani, who had won the title in 2014 in Iran.Overall, Indian squash players won one gold, one silver and four bronze medals.
Int Day of Older Persons observed on 1st Oct
International Day of Older Persons is observed on 1st October every year.The theme for 2018 is ‘Celebrating Older Human Rights champions’.The objective of the International Day for Older Persons is to recognise the contributions of older persons and to examine issues that affect their lives.
Govt sets up Competition Law Review Committee
The Government has constituted a Competition Law Review Committee to review the Competition Act.The committee will be headed by corporate affairs secretary Injeti Srinivas.The committee will review the competition regulations in India.The Competition Act was passed in 2002 and the Competition Commission of India was set up in 2009.

Important Current Affairs 02nd October 2018
AM Raghunath Nambiar takes over as AOC-in-C
Air Marshal Raghunath Nambiar on October 1, 2018, took over as the Air Officer Commanding-in-Chief (AOC-in-C) of the Eastern Air Command.He is also a member of the Society of Experimental Test Pilots and was the Project Test Pilot for the Light Combat Aircraft, ‘Tejas’.He had served as a Senior Air Staff Officer (SASO) at the IAF’s Eastern Air Command in the past.
Birth anniversary of Lal Bahadur Shastri
The nation celebrates the 114th birth anniversary of India’s second Prime Minister Lal Bahadur Shastri on October 2.He was the 2nd Prime Minister of India and a senior leader of the Indian National Congress political party.Prime Minister visited the Vijay Ghat to pay tributes to the former prime minister.Shastri coined the slogan ‘jai jawan jai kisan’.
PPC launched on 2nd October 2018
The Central government launched its People’s Plan Campaign (PPC) for panchayats from October 2, 2018, with the slogan “Sabki Yojana Sabka Vikas”.During the campaign, structured Gram Sabha meetings will be held for preparing Gram Panchayat Development Plan (GPDP) for the next financial year 2019-2020.GPDP aims to strengthen the role of elected Panchayat leaders and Women.
Govt releases agri census data for 2015-16
The government of India released agriculture census for 2015-16 on 1 October 2018.The average size of operational holding declined to 1.08 hectares (ha) in 2015-16 compared to 1.15 ha in 2010-11.The percentage share of female operational holders has increased from 12.79% in 2010-11 to 13.87% in 2015-16.Agriculture census is conducted by Ministry of Agriculture for every five years.
HRD min gave ‘Swachhata Ranking Awards 2018’
Union Human Resource Development Minister Prakash Javadekar announced the “Swachh Campus rankings” under 8 different categories on 1 October 2018.Haryana’s Maharashi Dayanand University has been ranked the cleanest government university by the HRD Ministry.Among the technical institutions, Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham in Coimbatore bagged the top rank.
Government took control of IL&FS
The government of India took control of Infrastructure Leasing and Financial Services (IL&FS) on 1 October 2018.The government replaced its board and appointed new board members.Uday Kotak was named as non-executive chairman of the new board.The government moved the National Company Law Tribunal (NCLT) for replacing the IL&FS Board.
BSE launches commodity derivative contracts
Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE) became the first stock exchange in India to launch the commodity derivative contracts in gold and silver.Till now, commodity contracts were available only on MCX and NCDEX, the two specialised commodity derivatives exchanges.BSE also waived off transaction charges for the first year in the commodities derivatives segment.
U.S., Canada agree on free trade pact
Canada and the U.S. have agreed on a new free trade pact that will include Mexico.The new trade deal will be known as the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA).USMCA replaces the nearly 25-year-old North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA).The trade pact will come up for review every six years.
ADB and India sign $150 Million Loan
The Asian Development Bank (ADB) and the Government of India signed a $150 Million Loan.The loan amount will be used to improve road connectivity and efficiency of the International Trade Corridor in West Bengal and North-Eastern Region of India.The project will give a boost to India’s efforts to promote regional connectivity in South Asia.
NALCO CMD conferred with NIPM Ratna award
NALCO CMD Dr Tapan Kumar Chand was conferred with the ‘NIPM Ratna Award’ at the 37th NIPM Annual National Conference (NATCON-2018).He was given the award for his contribution to People Management & Strategic Leadership.National Institute of Personnel Management (NIPM) is the highest body of HR professionals in India.NIPM organized the NATCON-2018 at Pune.
Int Day of Non-Violence observed on Oct 2
The International Day of Non-Violence is observed on 2 October in honor of the birthday of Mahatma Gandhi.The International Day of Non-Violence is a global observance that promotes non-violence through education and public awareness.On 15 June 2007 the United Nations General Assembly establish 2 October as the International Day of Non-Violence.
Niwari is 52nd district of MP
The Madhya Pradesh government announced the creation of a new district ‘Niwari’.The new district would include three tehsils of the present Tikamgarh district – Niwari, Orchha, and Prithvipur.The government’s decision came into effect from October 1.The district has been carved out of the Tikamgarh district.
BCCI comes under RTI Act
Central Information Commission brings The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) is covered under the RTI Act.CIC directed the BCCI to form, online and offline mechanisms to receive applications for information under the RTI Act within 15 days.The BCCI is the national governing body for cricket in India formed in December 1928.
India, Uzbekistan signed 17 agreements
India and Uzbekistan inked 17 agreements on 1 October 2018, including in the areas of defence, space, health and agriculture.They also signed an agreement on cooperation in combating illicit drug trafficking.Two agreements in the sectors of innovation, and health and medical science were also signed.The two countries also entered into a pact on cooperation in the pharma sector.
Nobel prize for medicine
Two immunologists, James Allison of the US and Tasuku Honjo of Japan won the 2018 Nobel prize in medicine.They won the prize for the discovery of cancer therapy by inhibition of negative immune regulation.They will receive their prize at a formal ceremony in Stockholm on 10th December.Allison and Honjo also have won the Tang Prize in 2014 for their research.
12 Indian firms in Forbes best companies
12 Indian companies features in a list of the world’s best regarded firms compiled by Forbes.Entertainment giant Walt Disney, with a market cap of USD 165 billion topped the list.US companies dominate the list with 61 of the total 250 firms.The Indian companies are-  Infosys, TCS, Tata Motors, Tata Steel, L&T, Grasim Industries, GIC, Mahindra & Mahindra, Asian Paints, SAIL, ITC and HDFC.
1st Swachhata Mela at AIIMS Delhi
Health Minister J P Nadda inaugurated the First Swachhata Mela organised by All India Institute of Medical Sciences New Delhi.AIIMS Delhi has bagged first position in Kayakalp awards with prize money of Rs. 5 crore in the last two editions of the awards.Kayakalp awards were initiated to recognise the efforts of the hospitals for maintaining cleanliness in their premises.
India’s flag-bearer at Youth Olympic Games
16-year-old shooting star Manu Bhaker is named as the flag-bearer of the Indian contingent for the 3rd Youth Olympic Games at Buenos Aires.A contingent of 68 members, including 46 athletes, departed for Argentina to take part in games from October 6-18.Bhaker had won gold in 10m air pistol at Guadalajara World Cup as well as Commonwealth Games.
Mushtaque Ahmad- new Hockey India President
Mohd Mushtaque Ahmad was is named as the new President of Hockey India (HI).Ahmad is currently serving as the post of Secretary General.He takes over President Rajinder Singh after being elected unopposed.Hockey India is the governing body having an exclusive mandate to conduct all activities for both men and women hockey in India.
Gita Gopinath appointed IMF Chief Economist
India-born economist, Gita Gopinath has been appointed chief economist of the International Monetary Fund (IMF).She will succeed Maurice Obstfeld, who announced his retirement in July.Gita Gopinath is the second Indian economist to be appointed as IMF chief economist after Raghuram Rajan.She currently serves as professor of International Studies and Economics at Harvard University.

Important Current Affairs 03rd October 2018
National Khadi Festival 2018 inaugurated
A month-long National Khadi Festival 2018 has been inaugurated on 2 Oct 2018, by Union MSME minister, Shri Giriraj Singh.The fest is being organized by Khadi and Village Industries Commission at Mumbai.Various types of Khadi products of different states would be available at the festival.Around 100 institutions from all over of the country are participating in the exhibition.
Mount Soputan erupts in Indonesia
Indonesia’s Mount Soputan volcano erupts on the tsunami-hit island of Sulawes.The authorities raised the volcano’s status to Level III of the four-level national alert system.It is about 1,000 km from the town of Palu where a 7.5 magnitude earthquake triggered a tsunami.Indonesia is situated on the Pacific “Ring of Fire”, where frequent quakes and volcanic activity strikes.
Lilima to receive Ekalabya Puraskar, 2018
Hockey player Lilima Minz from Odisha has been selected for the prestigious Ekalabya Puraskar, 2018.The annual award is instituted by the charitable wing of Indian Metals & Ferro Alloys (IMFA) comprises of a cash prize of Rs 5 lakh along with a citation.Ekalabya Puraskar has been instituted to promote literature, sports, the arts, culture, and other socially meaningful activities.
N. Ravi elected as PTI chairman
N. Ravi, Publisher and former Editor-in-Chief of The Hindu, was unanimously elected Chairman of the Press Trust of India (PTI).Mr. Ravi succeeds Viveck Goenka, chairman and managing director of the Express Group.Also, Vijay Kumar Chopra, Chief Editor of the Punjab Kesari Group of newspapers, was elected as Vice-Chairman.
PM Modi received UNEP Champions of the Earth
PM Narendra Modi received the United Nations highest environmental honour, the UNEP Champions of the Earth award at New Delhi.The award is presented by UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres.The award was announced on 26th Sept, on the sidelines of 73rd UN GA in New York.The annual prize is awarded to leaders from government whose actions had a positive impact on the environment.
SIDBI launched ‘Udyam Abhilasha’ campaign
Small Industries Development Bank of India (SIDBI), had launched a National Level Entrepreneurship Awareness Campaign, Udyam Abhilasha on 2 October 2018.The campaign was launched in 115 Aspirational Districts identified by NITI Aayog.The campaign would create and strengthen cadre of more than 800 trainers to provide entrepreneurship training to the aspiring entrepreneurs.
Japan space probe launched new robot
A Japanese probe launched a new observation robot towards an asteroid.The Hayabusa2 probe launched the French-German Mobile Asteroid Surface Scout (MASCOT), towards the Ryugu asteroid’s surface.MASCOT’s launch comes after the Hayabusa2 dropped a pair of MINERVA-II micro-rovers on the Ryugu asteroid.MASCOT can take images at multiple wavelengths and measure magnetic fields.
World Peace monument inaugurated
Venkaiah Naidu inaugurated the World Peace Monument at the Maharashtra Institute of Technology’s World Peace University campus at Loni, Pune.The monument has one of the world’s largest dome of 160 ft. in diameter and 263 ft tall.It is larger in area than the dome at St. Peter’s Basilica in Vatican City.The dome is built atop the MIT World Peace Library and the World Peace Prayer Hall
PM inaugurated first assembly of the ISA
Prime Minister Narendra Modi inaugurated the 1st Assembly of the International Solar Alliance on 2 October 2018 in New Delhi.The same event also marked the inauguration of the 2nd IORA Renewable Energy Ministerial Meeting, and the 2nd Global RE-Invest (Renewable Energy Investors’ Meet and Expo).The Secretary-General of the United Nations, Mr Antonio Guterres, was present on the occasion.
Stamps on International Day of Non-Violence
The UN postal agency issued a new collection of stamps in commemoration of the International Day of Non-violence, marked on Mahatma Gandhi’s birth anniversary.Stamps feature artistic interpretation of ‘The Knotted Gun’, an iconic global sculpture.The sculpture was created by the Swedish artist Carl Fredrik Reuterswrd as a tribute to  Beatles member John Lennon after his murder.
Barham Salih as new president of Iraq
Iraq’s Parliament has elected a veteran Kurdish Politician Barham Salih as the country’s new President.Salih is a former prime minister of the Kurdistan Regional Government.He has named Shiite Adel Abdul Mahdi as Prime Minister of the country.The move will pave the way to form a new government, nearly five months after national elections.
New dwarf planet spotted
An extremely distant dwarf planet, named The Goblin, has been discovered by the astronomers.The dwarf planet was officially designated as ‘2015 TG387’.Astronomers first observed the dwarf planet on October 13, 2015, from the Subaru telescope.This is the third dwarf planet found to be orbiting on the frigid fringes of our solar system.
Thangvellu- flag-bearer for Asian Para Games
Rio Paralympic gold medallist Thangvellu Mariyappan is named as flag-bearer of the Indian contingent for the 3rd Paralympic Asian games.India will field its biggest ever contingent of 302 members for the games.3rd Asian Para Games will be held in Jakarta, Indonesia from October 6-13.The official mascot of the Games is a Bondol eagle named Momo.
Manipur clinch National Football Championship
Manipur claimed victory in the final of the 24th Senior Women’s National Football Championships, defeating hosts Odisha by 2-1.It was the 19th occasion when a state from the northeast of India won the trophy.Manipur captain Bala Devi scored the first goal in the 45th minute.The final match was held at the Barabati Stadium, Cuttack, Odisha.
Justice Ranjan Gogoi sworn in as 46th CJI
Justice Ranjan Gogoi was sworn-in as the 46th Chief Justice of India on 3 October 2018.He was administered the oath by President Ram Nath Kovind.CJI Ranjan Gogoi is the first Chief Justice of India from the north-east and his tenure will end in November 2019.Justice Gogoi started his career as a Permanent Judge of the Gauhati High Court in February 2001.
Odisha launched own food security scheme
The Odisha government has launched its own food security scheme on 2 October 2018.The scheme will be benefiting 25 lakh people who were left out of the National Food Security Act.The beneficiaries will get 5 kg of rice per person per month at the rate of Rs. 1 per kg.Each poor man will get 5 kg of rice per month as per the provision of the National Food Security Act, 2013.
WHO launched global guidelines on sanitation
The World Health Organization (WHO) launched the first global guidelines on sanitation and health.The WHO said that by adopting its new guidelines, countries can significantly reduce diarrhoeal deaths due to unsafe water and poor sanitation and hygiene.The new guidelines were developed because current sanitation programmes are not achieving anticipated health gains.
Assam government launched pension scheme
Assam government launched pension scheme covering all senior citizens of the state.The name of the pension scheme is ‘Swahid Kushal Konwar Sarbajanin Briddha Pension Achoni’.All senior citizens above 60 years of age are entitled to get the benefit of the scheme through Direct Benefit Transfer (DBT) to their bank accounts.
IBSAMAR-VI kicks off in South Africa
The sixth edition of IBSAMAR is being held at Simons Town, South Africa from 01 – 13 October 2018.IBSAMAR is a joint Multi – National Maritime Exercise between the Indian, Brazilian and South African Navies.The aim of the exercise is to undertake collective training for participating navies and building interoperability.The last edition of IBSAMAR was conducted in Goa.
Ashkin, Mourou, Strickland won Nobel prize
Scientists Arthur Ashkin, Gerard Mourou and Donna Strickland won the 2018 Nobel Prize for Physics.They were awarded for their work in the field of lasers used for surgery as well as scientific study.Ashkin invented optical “tweezers” that could grab particles, atoms, viruses and other living cells.Mourou and Strickland separately created the shortest and most powerful laser pulses ever.

Important Current Affairs 04th October 2018
Trials of Astra BVR-AAM Completed Successfully
A series of flight trials of ‘Astra’ Beyond Visual Range Air-to-Air Missile (BVR-AAM) was conducted by the Indian Air Force from September 26 to October 3 2018.The test was conducted at Integrated Test Range, Balasore.Defence Research and Development Organisation has developed the missile.The missile is expected to be inducted into Indian Air Force in 2019.
Youngest Indian to score century on Test debut
Prithvi Shaw scored a century in the first Test against West Indies at Rajkot to become the youngest Indian to score a century on debut.Shaw surpassed the record set by Abbas Ali Baig who had sco
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Chevauchee: Rules for Battles with Medieval Miniatures
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During the 100 Years War between France and England, bands of soldiers from both sides launched raids into enemy-held territory, burning, pillaging, and slaying as much as possible before opposition could be mounted in strength. This practice, known as chevauchee, is the inspiration for this game of medieval and Renaissance warfare.  Designed for fun and playability, Chevauchee is perfect for novice and veteran gamers alike and offers a basic set of man-to-man combat rules, expanded optional rules, and a special system for simple siege warfare. It can be played with almost any appropriate miniature figures, each of which can use whatever weapons it is armed with and is equipped with whatever armor the model wears, eliminating paperwork and speeding...

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H.G. Wells’ Little Orc Wars is a fun, simple, fast-paced system that is designed to be quick to learn and easy to play, so that players can focus on concerns like strategy and having fun, rather than on mechanics. It includes both basic rules that can be used alone, plus a variety of optional rules that players can add as they see fit to take their games to the next level. These include guidelines for Giants, War Beasts, Undead, Dwarves, Elves, Amphibious and Aquatic Creatures, Elementals, Structures, Siege, Terrain, Boats, and Heroes like Champions (Paladins, Rangers), Priests (Clerics, Necromancers), and Wizards. As their name suggests, the rules contained in this booklet are based on and inspired by the rules and concepts presented by genius writer and game designer H.G....

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Originally written in 1913 by one of the greatest science fiction authors, this is a reprint of the book that gained H.G. Wells the title "Father of Modern Wargaming." Little Wars will appeal to science fiction fans, history buffs, students of politics and international affairs, wargamers, RPGers, and anyone else interested in the works of this great writer.  Skirmisher’s edition of Little Wars is divided into a Foreword, an Introduction, six Chapters, and an Appendix. Features of this edition include: Clear, authoritative, and entertaining text that reveals both the great mind and the sense of humor possessed by one of the world’s greatest science fiction authors. A complete miniatures wargame system that can be played as-is or used as the basis for other miniature...

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Often referred to as a companion volume to H.G. Wells’ wargaming classic Little Wars, Floor Games is a republication of "the Father of Miniature Wargaming’s" first volume devoted to recreational gaming. Highlights include a lighthearted, often humorous discussion on the theory and methodology behind a wide variety of "floor" and tabletop games and tips on the use and creation of improvised models, terrain, and other gaming props.  Skirmisher’s edition of Floor Games is divided into a Foreword, an Introduction, and four chapters: I) "The Toys to Have"; II) "The Game of the Wonderful Islands"; III) "Of the Building of Cities"; and IV) "Funiculars, Marble Towers, Castles, and War Games, But Very Little of War Games." Other features include: Foreword by reno...

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Quactica: Battles for the Soul of Middle Aesopia is an innovative set of miniatures rules by veteran game designer and miniatures sculptor Steve Lortz, author of the famous Perilous Encounters rules released by Chaosium in 1978. Set in a world inhabited by various races of anthropomorphic animals — including Ducks, Dwargs, and Porks — the Quactica rules tie in with a beautiful line of miniatures created by the late great Lortz and produced by Lance & Laser. This download includes a set of nine full-color miniatures that can be printed out either in color or black-and-white on cardstock; Quactica statistics for four different skill levels of Loonar Imperial Heavy Infantry and Loonar Imperial Archers on the one side and Pork Warriors, Gobbli...

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Ragnarok: Age of Wolves is a skirmish-level game for novice and experienced tabletop players alike that emulates the desperate small-scale actions that might result during the unending winter that is the first stage of the Viking Apocalypse. As crops fail and food grows scarce, banditry becomes rife as formerly good folk are driven to extremes and bad men take advantage of chaos and hardship. Monsters haunt the wilds and prowl the outskirts of palisaded settlement and isolated steading alike. Huldrfolk, never easy neighbors, but generally peaceful if left undisturbed, now move to defend their sacred groves and to seize places once devoted to gods who now seem absent. Trolls and their ilk gather, marauders sweep brigands and more into their bands, and whispers abound of gau...

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Skirmish! is a quick-to-learn, easy-to-set up game of combat that can played using almost any miniature figures to simulate small-scale battles. It is intended for both veteran and novice players and is simple enough to be a beginner's first wargame and versatile and expandable enough to satisfy more experienced gamers — especially those who want to pull some of their old toy soldiers out of a footlocker or the closet and use them in a game.<o:p></o:p> Skirmish! is designed for simplicity and playability. All that is needed to play Skirmish! are some miniature figures, a ruler or tape measure, and three standard, 6-sided dice. The basic rules can be read, a handful of soldiers selected, and a game set up in about 20 minutes, and in much less time than that for...

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Famous as the author of such great works of literature as Treasure IslandKidnapped, and Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, Robert Louis Stevenson was also a dedicated war gamer. Stevenson at Play, one of the lesser-known works of this “Grandfather of Modern Wargaming,” describes a complex strategic wargame that the author and his stepson, Samuel Lloyd Osbourne, played in the early 1880s.  Skirmisher’s edition of Stevenson at Play includes an Introduction by Osbourne, a Foreword by publisher and wargame designer Michael O. Varhola, and several period pieces of art, including some hand-drawn sketches by Stevenson himself. This download includes low-resolution screen-friendly and high-resolution...

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          Picha : RC MONGELLA AFUNGA KIKAO CHA WADAU WA AFYA MKOA WA MWANZA      Cache   Translate Page      

Mkuu wa mkoa wa Mwanza,Mheshimiwa John Mongella amefunga kikao cha wadau wa afya na ustawi wa jamii mkoani Mwanza kilichofanyika kwa muda wa siku mbili Novemba 5 na 6 ,2018 katika ukumbi wa Hoteli ya Gold Crest Jijini Mwanza.

Kikao hicho kilichofadhiliwa na Asasi ya Ariel Glaser Pediatric AIDS Health Initiative (AGPAHI) yenye malengo ya kutokomeza UKIMWI kwa watoto na familia nchini Tanzania,kililenga kujadili masuala mbalimbali yanayohusu afya.

Akizungumza wakati wa kufunga kikao hicho,Mheshimiwa Mongella amezitaka halmashauri za wilaya kuhusisha wadau wa afya wanapotengeneza bajeti zao ili kuhakikisha miradi mbalimbali inatekelezwa vizuri.

Mkuu huyo wa mkoa amewataka wadau wa afya mkoani Mwanza kushirikiana na kuhakikisha wanaboresha huduma ya mama na mtoto mkoani humo.

Aidha ameishukuru asasi ya AGPAHI kwa kujitolea kufadhili kikao cha wadau wa afya na ustawi wa jamii mkoa wa Mwanza huku akibainisha kuwa asasi hiyo imekuwa mstari wa mbele katika mapambano dhidi ya VVU na UKIMWI.

ANGALIA PICHA ZA MATUKIO HAPA CHINI
Mkuu wa mkoa wa Mwanza,Mheshimiwa John Mongella akifunga kikao cha wadau wa afya na ustawi wa jamii mkoani Mwanza kilichofanyika kwa muda wa siku mbili Novemba 5 na 6 ,2018 katika ukumbi wa Hoteli ya Gold Crest Jijini Mwanza.Picha zote na Kadama Malunde - Malunde1 blog
Mkuu wa mkoa wa Mwanza,Mheshimiwa John Mongella akifunga kikao cha wadau wa afya na ustawi wa jamii mkoani Mwanza.
Wadau wa afya wakiwa ukumbini.
Wadau wa afya wakiwa ukumbini.
Wadau wakiwa ukumbini.
Mkuu wa mkoa wa Mwanza,Mheshimiwa John Mongella akifunga kikao cha wadau wa afya na ustawi wa jamii mkoani Mwanza 

          Picha : AGPAHI YATOA MSAADA WA MAGARI KUBORESHA UTOAJI HUDUMA ZA VVU NA UKIMWI MWANZA      Cache   Translate Page      
Asasi ya Ariel Glaser Pediatric AIDS Health Initiative (AGPAHI) inayolenga kutokomeza UKIMWI kwa watoto na familia nchini Tanzania imetoa msaada wa magari mawili aina ya Nissan Patrol kwa halmashauri za wilaya za Buchosa na Misungwi mkoani Mwanza kwa ajili ya kuboresha utoaji wa huduma za VVU na UKIMWI katika halmashauri hizo.

Magari hayo yenye namba za usajili DFPA 7015 na DFPA 7016 yana thamani ya shilingi milioni 186 yamenunuliwa na shirika la AGPAHI kwa ufadhili wa Watu wa Marekani kupitia Mfuko wa Dharura wa Rais wa Marekani wa Kupambana na UKIMWI (PEPFAR) chini ya vituo vya Kudhibiti Magonjwa na Kinga (CDC).

Hafla fupi ya Makabidhiano ya magari, imefanyika leo Jumatatu Novemba 5,2018 wakati wa kikao cha wadau wa afya na ustawi wa jamii mkoa wa Mwanza kilichofanyika katika ukumbi wa Hoteli ya Gold Crest jijini Mwanza ambapo mgeni rasmi alikuwa Mkuu wa Mkoa wa Mwanza, Mheshimiwa John Mongella.

Akizungumza wakati wa kukabidhi magari hayo kwa Mkuu huyo wa mkoa, Mkurugenzi Mtendaji wa AGPAHI, Dkt. Sekela Mwakyusa alisema msaada huo wa magari ni kwa ajili ya kuboresha utoaji huduma za afya hususani za VVU na UKIMWI kwenye vituo vya kutolea huduma.

Dkt. Mwakyusa alisema, AGPAHI imekuwa ikifanya kazi kwa karibu na halmashauri katika kuboresha huduma za VVU na UKIMWI kwa ajili ya ustawi wa wananchi na taifa kwa ujumla.

“Magari tuliyokabidhi leo yana thamani ya shilingi milioni 186, na hii ni sehemu ya vyombo vya usafiri (magari,pikipiki na baiskeli) vyenye thamani ya shilingi milioni 900.2 tulivyonunua katika kipindi cha kuanzia Oktoba 2017 hadi Septemba 2018 kwa ajili ya kuleta tija kwenye utendaji kazi ili kuboresha huduma za VVU na UKIMWI katika halmashauri ambazo AGPAHI inafanya kazi,” alieleza Dkt. Mwakyusa.

Aliongeza kuwa katika jitihada za kuboresha utoaji wa huduma za VVU na UKIMWI, katika kipindi hicho, AGPAHI imefanyia ukarabati vituo 146 vya kutolea huduma vikiwemo 36 vya mkoa wa Mwanza. Pia imeweka mifumo ya umeme jua kwenye vituo 40 vya kutolea huduma kwenye halmashauri mbalimbali.

Akipokea magari hayo, Mkuu wa mkoa, Mheshimiwa Mongella aliishukuru AGPAHI kwa kuwa mdau muhimu katika sekta ya afya na kuomba waendelee kushirikiana na serikali katika kuboresha huduma za afya kwa wananchi.

Mheshimiwa Mongella aliwataka watendaji wa halmashauri zilizopewa magari kutunza na kuyatumia magari hayo kwa kazi za afya na maendeleo ya halmashauri na siyo vinginevyo.

ANGALIA PICHA HAPA CHINI
Mkuu wa mkoa wa Mwanza, Mheshimiwa Mongella, akizungumza wakati wa kikao cha wadau wa afya na ustawi wa jamii mkoa wa Mwanza katika ukumbi wa Hoteli ya Gold Crest jijini Mwanza ambapo kikao hicho kimeenda sanjari na hafla fupi ya AGPAHI kukabidhi magari mawili kwa halmashauri ya wilaya ya Buchosa na Misungwi.Picha zote na Kadama Malunde - Malunde1 blog
Mkurugenzi Mtendaji wa asasi ya AGPAHI, Dkt. Sekela Mwakyusa, akizungumza wakati wa kukabidhi magari mawili kwa mkuu wa mkoa wa Mwanza, Mheshimiwa John Mongella kwa ajili ya halmashauri ya wilaya ya Buchosa na Misungwi ili kuboresha huduma za VVU na UKIMWI katika vituo vya kutolea huduma. Kushoto ni Mganga Mkuu wa mkoa wa Mwanza, Dkt. Thomas Rutachunzibwa.
Mkuu wa mkoa wa Mwanza,Mheshimiwa John Mongella, akiishukuru AGPAHI kwa kutoa msaada wa magari huku akiahidi kuwa magari hayo yatatumika kwa lengo lililokusudiwa na kuboresha huduma za VVU na UKIMWI.
Magari yenye namba za usajili DFPA 7015 na DFPA 7016 yenye thamani ya shilingi milioni 186 yaliyonunuliwa na shirika la AGPAHI kwa ufadhili wa Watu wa Marekani kupitia Mfuko wa Dharura wa Rais wa Marekani wa Kupambana na UKIMWI (PEPFAR) chini ya vituo vya Kudhibiti Magonjwa na Kinga (CDC).
Mkuu wa mkoa wa Mwanza, Mheshimiwa John Mongella, akikata utepe wakati wa hafla ya makabidhiano ya magari yaliyotolewa na AGPAHI kwa ajili ya kuboresha huduma za VVU na UKIMWI katika halmashauri ya wilaya ya Buchosa na Misungwi mkoani Mwanza.
Kulia ni Mkurugenzi wa Halmashauri ya wilaya ya Buchosa,Crispin Luanda na Mkuu wa mkoa wa Mwanza, Mheshimiwa John Mongella (wa tatu kulia) wakioneshana magari yaliyotolewa na AGPAHI.
Muonekano wa magari yaliyotolewa na AGPAHI kwa ajili ya kuboresha huduma VVU na UKIMWI katika halmashauri ya wilaya ya Misungwi na Buchosa.
Mkurugenzi Mtendaji wa AGPAHI, Dkt. Sekela Mwakyusa, akikabidhi ufunguo wa gari kwa Mkuu wa mkoa wa Mwanza, Mheshimiwa John Mongella.
Mkuu wa mkoa wa Mwanza, Mheshimiwa John Mongella, akionesha ufunguo wa gari.
Mkurugenzi Mtendaji wa AGPAHI, Dkt. Sekela Mwakyusa, akikabidhi kadi ya gari kwa Mwenyekiti wa Halmashauri ya wilaya ya Misungwi, Mheshimiwa Anthony Bahebe.
Mkurugenzi wa Halmashauri ya wilaya ya Buchosa,Crispin Luanda akipokea ufunguo wa gari.
Watumishi wa Halmashauri ya wilaya ya Buchosa wakiangalia gari walilokabidhiwa.
Dereva wa halmashauri ya wilaya ya Misungwi ,Nicholaus Mzee, akiwa ndani ya gari walilokabidhiwa.
Muonekano wa magari yaliyotolewa na AGPAHI.
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          Mimic Chameleon Light-Up Logo Stylus Twist Metal Pen      Cache   Translate Page      
Mimic Chameleon Light-Up Logo Stylus Twist Metal Pen#source%3Dgooglier%2Ecom#https%3A%2F%2Fgooglier%2Ecom%2Fpage%2F%2F10000Give your logo's appearance a bit of a twist with this imprinted pen! Catch their attention with an imprinted pen that shines! Each 4imprint Exclusive pen is made with a sparkling aluminum barrel and chrome accents. This twist-action pen includes a rubber stylus tip for touch-screen devices. Light will shine through the oval-shaped cutout on the pen's barrel, illuminating your logo. To activate the interior light, simply press down on the stylus tip. Pen writes in medium-point, black ink. Your price includes a laser engraved imprint on the barrel, beside the clip. Set-up charge: add $10.
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Naturwissenschaftler und Ägyptologen auf Spurensuche. Von Eckhard Rahlenbeck. Regie: Tobias Krebs | In der Berliner Charité wird einer Königin in das empfindliche Innere ihres Kopfes geschaut. Computertomografie und Lasertechnik helfen auch, die ramponierte Büste von Nofretetes Ehemann in den Urzustand zurückzuversetzen. Berührungslos lassen sich hochempfindliche Papyri im gerollten Zustand entziffern, Substanzen in verschlossenen Salbgefäßen erkennen. Das Verhältnis zwischen Ägyptologen und Naturwissenschaftlern ist aber nicht ohne Widersprüche.
          Laser Tag favor bags, Laser tag Birthday Party, Laser tag candy bags, girls, boys, treat bags, candy bags, laser tag party favor by LittlebeaneBoutique      Cache   Translate Page      

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New to my shop!!!!

These favors bags are so sweet and great to use for so many different things. Put your store name on them, use them for your childrens birthday favors, baby shower favors, wedding favors, classroom treats for school or take them to work for a special treat. Whatever you can think of!...it's an extra special way to personalize something special! ...they hold 1/4 pound of candy ( approx. size is 4-3/4 x 6-3/4")...Please note Candy is NOT included). These bags can be done in any party design in my shop. You can keep the wording I have or you can customize it !

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          Laser Tag Stickers, girls Laser tag Birthday Party, Laser tag favor Labels, girls, boys,Tags, Seals, Favor Stickers, set of 12 by LittlebeaneBoutique      Cache   Translate Page      

6.25 USD

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These stickers are great to use for so many different things. Use them to package your products,or for sealing your envelopes/cards or use them as gift labels on all of your childs gifts, use them to seal treat/goodies for school...they are so easy because they are printed and ready to put right on the package. Use them for labeling your childs belongings, goody bag stickers, thank you stickers, lunch bags, drinks, books, gift stickers. They are also wonderful for stickers on Gift Favors .These are priced per sheet and each sheet has 12 stickers that are 2.5" round.... You can keep the wording I have or you can customize it ! These stickers are printed on HIGH QUALITY
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          (Seattle) Brand New RRF-181 Vortex Ranger 1800 Laser Rangefinder - $ 400      Cache   Translate Page      
BRAND NEW RRF-181 Vortex Ranger 1800 Laser Rangefinder RRF181 RRF 181...

**This item is used and is currently listed for sale at my local gun range and on Armslist.
**YOU MUST CONTACT ME BEFORE YOU MAKE YOUR PURCHASE** I need to make sure that I don't have any pending sales..
**There might be a shipment delay. I'm in the Marine Corps Reserve and will be conducting my 2 weeks of annual training here in the near future. I'm also a "First Responder/Public Servant" so I can be called up at a moments notice...example: the Oso Landslide, floods, earthquakes, lost hikers, etc...which will cause a shipping delay in your purchase.** But I will always do my best to get this shipped out to you in a timely manner....

Capable of ranging targets to 1,800 yards, the Ranger® 1800 gives hunters and shooters the distance data needed to make accurate shots. Primary HCD (Horizontal Component Distance) mode displays an angle-compensated distance reading. Easy to use with a clean display and highly intuitive menu, the Ranger 1800 keeps things simple, yet provides a high level of performance.
Fully multi-coated lenses deliver optimal light transmission and o-rings seal the Ranger 1800 for waterproof performance.
Can be set to read in yards or meters to accommodate user preference. Ideal for gun hunters, target shooters and bowhunters, the Vortex Ranger 1800 is sure to be a hit—and ensure hits.
Compact, ergonomic and lightweight, the Ranger 1800 is easy to pack or hang around your neck using the included lanyard.
The adjustable, utility clip mounted to the body offers an innovative way to clip the unit to a belt, pocket, or other flat edged surface for easy access.
Clip can be mounted to right or left side of the unit or completely removed. Uses 1 (one) CR2 battery.

I can meet you in Redmond, Seattle, Woodinville, Lake Forest Park, Kenmore, Duvall and North Bend.
          (Seattle) Brand New Crimson Trace Laser LG-431 for Ruger LCP - $ 125      Cache   Translate Page      
Brand New Crimson Trace Laser LG-431 for Ruger LCP 
Tell me which color you want Black or Pink.
These fit the Ruger LCP 1st gen, 2nd gen and the Custom.

I can meet you in Redmond, Seattle, Woodinville, Lake Forest Park, Kenmore, Duvall and North Bend.
          In materials hit with light, individual atoms and vibrations take disorderly paths      Cache   Translate Page      
‘’Until now, scientists assumed this all happened in a smooth, coordinated way. ‘’… silly scientists 🤔🙈🤦‍♂️. Hitting a material with laser light sends vibrations rippling through its latticework of atoms, and at the same time can nudge the lattice into a new configuration with potentially useful properties – turning an insulator into a metal, for […]
          A Giant Space Laser on Earth Could Blast Messages at Alien Planets      Cache   Translate Page      
And hey, it might work within “decades to centuries.” Scientists want to equip Earth with some planetary porch lights. Read more
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It might surprise you that scientists at CERN—the home of the world’s largest particle accelerator—don’t always think bigger is better. At 17-miles in diameter, CERN’s Large Hadron Collider (LHC) is the biggest and most powerful particle accelerator in the world. It’s the hub of high energy physics research, drawing scientists from around the globe and managing to make the Higgs boson a household name. But as CERN researchers look to the future, some of them are thinking small. Well, small in size, not small in impact.

An active plasma lens during discharge in both helium (left) and argon (right).
Image Credit: Lindstrøm et al, Physical Review Letters
“There are a number of new and powerful ways of accelerating particle beams these days that promise to build significantly smaller physics machines (like linear particle colliders or free-electron lasers) as well as spin-offs like cancer radiotherapy centers,” explains Carl Lindstrøm, a graduate student working with Erik Adli at the University of Oslo.

Smaller, less expensive accelerators mean greater access to these tools. And not just greater access for physicists, but also for researchers in other fields, the medical community, and cancer patients. That’s why CERN is also home to CLEAR, the CERN Linear Electron Accelerator Research Center. At CLEAR, researchers prototype and study techniques for shrinking down accelerators alongside components for LHC upgrades.

In a surprising new discovery, an international team of scientists and CLEAR collaborators that includes Lindstrøm have made a critical advance in a key area of small accelerator design—beam focusing. Their work will soon be published in the American Physical Society’s journal Physical Review Letters.

To be useful, a particle accelerator needs to do more than accelerate particles—it must also focus those particles into a beam and focus that beam on a target. Whether your goal is smashing atoms or irradiating cancerous tissue, if you can’t focus the beam there's no point in accelerating anything!

In conventional accelerators, particles are focused by powerful magnets. Carefully arranged groups of magnets placed throughout an accelerator create a strong magnetic field that guides the charged particles to the target. In general, the higher the magnetic field, the shorter the distance over which a beam can be focused.

“As the accelerator devices get smaller, so must the focusing devices,” says Lindstrøm. Therefore, miniaturizing the focusing section of an accelerator requires a completely different approach than the magnets used by large accelerators. One of the most promising approaches is active plasma lensing, in which the magnetic field is generated by sending a pulse of electric current through a thin tube of ionized gas, a.k.a. a plasma.

Active plasma lensing is an attractive option for rapidly focusing a particle beam, but there are drawbacks. One of the largest is that zapping the plasma with electricity makes the gas in the tube heat up unevenly. Experiments show that this uneven heating causes an aberration, a problem with the system that interferes with its ability to focus the beam clearly.

Two years ago, Lindstrøm was part of a team led by Erik Adli (University of Oslo in Norway), Simon Hooker (University of Oxford in the UK) and Jens Osterhoff (DESY in Germany) whose goal was to measure the effect of this aberration. First, they designed and set up a plasma lens using helium. Here’s the rest of the story, as told by Lindstrøm.

We were using practically the same setup that other labs had used before us, but due to small changes in our design, it was not working. So eventually, we gave up and decided to go for Plan B—using argon [instead of helium], as it is easier to break down into plasma, which would solve our problems. This worked just fine!

As we proceeded to do the intended experiment, which was to measure the effect of the aberration, we immediately observed that it was not there. We were all a bit baffled, and confused. We measured it again and again—always the same answer: no aberration.

First, we thought that maybe the other labs had made a mistake—our measurement was a more direct and precise one, whereas the other labs were using different methods. We had no reason to believe that the change of gas would suddenly fix things—but we had to check. After some thinking and some modifications, we finally managed to also use a light gas—helium—and immediately, we saw evidence of the aberration.

All the evidence now made sense, and we knew we had stumbled upon something very interesting!
Team members (from left) Kyrre N. Sjøbæk, Carl A. Lindstrøm, Erik Adli (principal investigator), Martin Meisel, and Lucas Schaper in the CLEAR control room.
Image Credit: Wilfrid Farabolini / CLEAR User Facility.
What they stumbled upon—and then demonstrated theoretically and experimentally—is that the troublesome aberration caused by active plasma lensing completely disappears if you fill the tube with argon instead of helium, the traditional choice. After doing some experimental and theoretical analysis, here’s the simple reason they think this is the case: Heat transfer happens slower in heavier gases than in light gases. Argon is much heavier than helium. In argon, they think, the heat transfer happens slow enough that the aberration just doesn’t have enough time to form.

This discovery means that researchers can now design higher-quality plasma lenses and, as a result, better focusing systems for small accelerators. This is great news for researchers—and really, for all of us, since we’d all benefit from greater access to particle accelerators. It also highlights how important it is to get your hands dirty.

“I find it incredible—and very inspiring—how much you can learn and discover from simply doing the experiment,” says Lindstrøm. “We set out to do a relatively straightforward measurement of a ‘known’ effect, and ended up finding a solution to the problem by chance. You can’t always expect a discovery, but if you don’t do the experiment, you definitely won’t learn anything new,” he says.

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          Next-Gen Satellites May Use Lasers to Part the Clouds      Cache   Translate Page      
Scientists of the future huddle around a computer, waiting for an HD live stream of the incoming asteroid. As the probe that will provide the crucial communication slowly moves into view of the asteroid, they know that every second counts. In a surprising move, they tune their receivers not to radio frequencies, like we do today, but to a much higher frequency—somewhere in the near-infrared. But they think nothing of it—infrared and visible light allows for a much better transmission of data, and all of the leading satellite producers have switched over by now. But at the last minute, a cloud rolls in above the station, scattering the message from the relay satellite in all directions and cutting off the receiver.

That’s where the work of Dr. Jean-Pierre Wolf comes in.

He’s a professor at the Université de Genève in Switzerland and his research could be the missing link that makes this kind of high-speed communication with satellites possible. He’s been working for years on a specialized laser that stations can aim at the sky to dispel any water droplets in the air—effectively boring a hole through the cloud and permitting the satellite’s signal to pass through.

A visualization of the laser that bores through clouds.
Image Credit: UNIGE, Xavier Ravinet
But let’s take a step back. Today, all communication with satellites is done using radio frequency electromagnetic waves, largely because they're stable over large distances and aren’t prone to scattering in Earth’s atmosphere. However, they sprawl out as they travel down to Earth and tend to cover a large area by the time they reach land, requiring that nearby satellites use frequency bands that don’t overlap—otherwise any listener on the ground would receive an unintelligible mixture of information coming from a variety of sources. Because of this, a patchwork of national and international organizations relegate so-called “frequency bands” (a narrow range of frequencies) to various agencies for a fee. However, in our increasingly connected world, unused frequency bands are harder and harder to come by—which means the price has skyrocketed.

Because of these constraints, a number of researchers are turning to a different mode of communication: near-infrared and optical frequencies beamed down from space using powerful lasers. While laser beams are still composed of electromagnetic waves, the waves oscillate thousands of times faster than radio, carrying up to 10,000 times the amount of data. The pinpoint accuracy of a laser beam also allows for more direct communication without the risk of a third party intercepting messages simply by tuning in to a fortuitous frequency. Instead, the laser ensures what Wolf calls “end-to-end connection”: one end comes from the satellite and the other end lands on a single receiver, with a strongly reduced possibility of leakage. In addition, at higher frequencies the quantum nature of the photons present in the electromagnetic wave becomes more apparent, making extra security features like quantum cryptography possible. Oh, and lasers use much less power than radio sources.

In short, there are plenty of reasons to move away from radio communications.

The biggest obstacle to the switch, surprisingly, doesn’t lie in current laser or satellite technology—in fact, NASA used lasers to beam a video down from the space station back in 2014. Instead, the problem is a more fundamental one: bad weather.

Unlike radio waves, the higher frequency lasers are easily scattered by the water droplets that make up clouds or fog, rendering any satellites that use them mute the moment a storm hits. One popular solution to this problem has been to simply build more receiving stations and hope that at least one will see clear skies at any given time, but this is every bit as costly and inconvenient as it sounds. Fortunately, in light of Wolf’s recent publication, it may be unnecessary.

Believe it or not, Wolf isn’t the first to tackle the project of whisking clouds away with lasers. In the 1970s and 1980s the Soviet Union and U.S. military experimented with using high-intensity carbon dioxide lasers to locally boil away the water contained in clouds to improve troop visibility on the battlefield. Although they did succeed in clearing a hole roughly 100 m long, the electricity draw was eventually determined to be prohibitive.

An image from the '80s depicting a fifteen meter long haze caused by a carbon dioxide laser.
Image Credit: Zuev A A, Zemlyanov Yu, Kopytin D and Kuzikovskii A V 1985 High Power Laser Radiation in Atmospheric Aerosols (Dordrecht: VE Reidel Publ.)
Instead, Wolf decided to take a different approach that would be more energy efficient using pulsed lasers. This kind of laser has a rapidly oscillating power, rather than a constant one; as it turns out, when the peak power—the power delivered when the pulse is at its strongest—is sufficiently high, a special property emerges that isn’t seen in other lasers.

First, the power is not uniformly concentrated across the tiny width of the laser beam; instead it is highest at the center of the beam and tapers off towards the edges. The variation in electromagnetic radiation actually affects the index of refraction (a measure of how much light is bent) of the surrounding air, effectively turning the air itself into a lens—the technical term for this phenomenon is a Kerr lens. This “lens” bends the beams in towards itself, narrowing its breadth and refocusing it until it is strong enough to rip electrons from the surrounding atoms in a process called ionization.

At this point the beam diverges again, and the process repeats itself faster and faster until eventually the laser beam holds a stable width, at which point it is referred to as a “filament”. The lone electrons that were stripped off of their atoms don’t remain that way for long though; they quickly recombine with the positively-charged ions, releasing energy in the form of a shock wave and a crackling noise. This is where the magic happens: the shock waves pushes water droplets out of the way, opening a channel roughly a centimeter in diameter. But that’s enough to allow the passage of a laser transmitting all the information it contains. (Eventually, we will need to get to approximately 10 cm to receive information from a satellite.)

An illustration of the filamentation process. To the upper left, the diagram shows how the index of refraction (n) varies with distance, creating a "lens" and causing the beam to converge. To the upper right, the ionization changes the index of refraction once more, this time causing the beam to diverge. As the process repeats itself over and over, the laser beam self-stabilizes and creates a laser filament (lower diagram).
Image Credit: Jean-Pierre Wolf.

Since the laser is merely displacing the water droplets rather than boiling them off like the military tried to do, the power draw comes out to a much more reasonable 100 watts. Even so, this laser is still incredibly powerful. When asked about safety concerns, Wolf nods. Since the cleaning beams are sent up to the satellite and not down to the earth, there isn’t a big risk associated with them—after all, the energy (and the danger) of a laser is concentrated inside the beam. He does acknowledge that the only (manmade) objects that might pass through the beam—aircraft—will need to be diverted. “But there are already a number of no-fly zones,” he points out. We would just need to be strategic about where we build receiving stations; the middle of a flight corridor might be out of the question. But even if a plane did fly through the beam, it wouldn’t be at risk unless it were flying sideways or upside down. “But if that is the case, you have other problems,” he chuckles.

Wolf envisions equipping receiving facilities with one of these self-stabilizing lasers, possibly by coupling them to the focusing lasers that are already required to get a satellite’s attention. Then, any time intense humidity threatens the quality of communication the stations will be ready to blast it out of the way.

So far, Wolf has demonstrated his laser’s effectiveness in a laboratory setting using an artificial cloud only 50 cm deep, but with 10,000 the water concentration of a typical cloud. He says he is currently in close contact with large aerospace consortia and hopes to test the technology out on a real cloud soon. If that goes well—as he believes it will—he hopes to see a global rollout by 2025.
If that’s the case, it might not actually be long before those scientists of the future become the scientists of the present...let’s just hope there’s no asteroid.

—Eleanor Hook
          US Comes Up With Laser ‘Porch Light’ to Attract Space Aliens      Cache   Translate Page      
While a combination of high-powered laser and a large telescope might help attract the attention of extraterrestrial species searching for signs of life in the galaxy, it may also pose a health risk to observers and spacecraft alike.
          Policyjne „lasery” do śmietnika? Jest kolejny wyrok sądu      Cache   Translate Page      

Policyjne „lasery” do śmietnika? Jest kolejny wyrok sąduWielokrotnie pisaliśmy już o tym, że ręczne mierniki prędkości, z których korzysta policja, nie spełniają wymaganych prawem wymogów, a do tego bywają używane w sposób niewłaściwy. Kolejny wyrok sądu tylko to potwierdza.



          HP LaserJet Pro M126 Printer Driver      Cache   Translate Page      

HP LaserJet Pro MFP M126 Series HP LaserJet Pro MFP M125/126 Series Full Software and Drivers   Description The full solution software includes everything you need to install your HP printer. This collection of software includes the complete set of drivers, installer software, & other administrative tools found on the printer is software CD. Release ... Read moreHP LaserJet Pro M126 Printer Driver

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          MUSIC NOTES- 4 Tiny CABS- Forrest Green Laser Cut Acrylic by runningwithscissorss      Cache   Translate Page      

1.25 USD

These adorable little cabs are made of shiny forrest green laser cut acrylic. This listing is for a set of 4 pieces.


♥ Each piece measures .6" tall.
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          Etsy, Inc. Reports Third Quarter 2018 Financial Results      Cache   Translate Page      
...increased 20.4% and 41.3% respectively from the prior year, as our financial results demonstrate continued operational execution and business momentum," said Rachel Glaser , Etsy, Inc. Chief Financial Officer. "We are focused on leverage and return on investment as we ...


          ZERO FOX NECKLACE -Gold Etched Laser Cut Acrylic Center in Hot Pink Bow Setting by runningwithscissorss      Cache   Translate Page      

5.00 USD

"ZERO FOX GIVEN!"
This absolutely adorable necklace is actually created from gold mirror etched laser cut acrylic, placed in an 18 X 25 mm hot pink bow setting with a gold chain that measures approximately 18 inches long with a gold lobster clasp at the base of the neck.
So adorable, it won't last long!
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          Aesthetic Clinic Manager - Bio Aesthetic Laser Clinic - North-East Singapore      Cache   Translate Page      
Assist doctor in treatment room which includes injectable treatments. Accountable for sale revenue and staff performance....
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          Laser Helper - Kapco, Inc. - Grafton, WI      Cache   Translate Page      
Laser Helper – Grafton, WI Posted: 09/06/2018 Yoda and Luke Skywalker. Batman and Robin. Rick and Morty. The wise and experienced teach the eager and willing...
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          Utángyártott fekete toner HP LaserJet, Canon LBP nyomtatókhoz! (bontott csomagolással) - Jelenlegi ára: 1 Ft      Cache   Translate Page      
6 hónapja vettem ezt a fekete tonert a HP LaserJet M1132 nyomtatónkhoz, de nem tudtam működésre bírni, azt írta ki nálam, hogy nem eredeti toner és ezzel nem nyomtat, aztán vettem egy eredetit 20 ezer Ft-ért... : )
Garanciát nem vállalok a termékre, minden kedves licitáló kérem vegye ezt is figyelembe, köszönöm. Összességében a toner nem volt használva 1 percet sem, de ki lett bontva és el lett távolítva belőle a fólia, stb.
Fix áras leütésnél vállalom a szállítási dijat országosan!
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Utángyártott fekete toner HP LaserJet, Canon LBP nyomtatókhoz! (bontott csomagolással)
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          Seagate Roadmap Reveals 100TB HAMR HDDs by 2025      Cache   Translate Page      

The Future of Storage Through HAMR Seagate has revealed a new roadmap (via The Register) for their hard disc drive line, aiming for up to a 100TB drive by 2025. This is of course, much larger than what they announced last year. HAMR stands for Heat Assisted Magnetic Recording technology and it uses tiny lasers […]

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          Excimer laserová operácia očí      Cache   Translate Page      

Zľava 40%

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          Feasibility Study of Ore Classification Using Active Hyperspectral LiDAR      Cache   Translate Page      
Recently, a major effort has been made to develop methods or tools for rock characterization and mineral content mapping. Light detection and ranging (LiDAR) is an efficient active remote sensing technique for collecting geometry information about rock surfaces. However, traditional LiDAR sensors work with a single-wavelength laser source, and it is unfeasible to obtain spectral information using one LiDAR sensor. The combination of hyperspectral imaging and LiDAR techniques is an emerging method for acquiring spatial and spectral information simultaneously that allows remote mapping of high-resolution mineral content and distributions and identifies subtle chemical variations. Unfortunately, spatial and spectral data registration, which introduces additional complicated data processing, is an inevitable and essential issue for this method. In this letter, first, we investigate the feasibility of ore classification applications with hyperspectral LiDAR (HSL). HSL consists of 17 spectral channels covering the visible–shortwave infrared (SWIR) spectral range. Spatial and spectral information about seven different ore samples is obtained under a controlled laboratory environment using HSL. The standard deviation of the distance measurements is less than 1.1 cm for different spectral channels, and the classification accuracy can reach 100% if all 17 spectral measurements are used. To optimize the system design with lower cost and system complexity, a spectral band selection criterion is built based on the feature contribution degree (FCD), which is calculated using the normalized variance of the reflectance values for different ore samples at each wavelength. Two different strategies of FCD selection are tested to generate vectors: ascending sequences and descending sequences. Feature vectors with descending sequences have better classification accuracy. In addition, the results show that the classification accuracy can reach 100&#- 0025; with the feature vector of the seven largest FCD values compared to 59.57% for the feature vector with the seven smallest FCD values. Moreover, we find that the channels with high FCD values are primarily centered in SWIR bands. This result could be a reference for optimizing the hardware design of HSL for ore classification or mineral identification.
          Line Structure-Based Indoor and Outdoor Integration Using Backpacked and TLS Point Cloud Data      Cache   Translate Page      
This letter presents a line structure-based method for integration of centimeter-level indoor backpacked scanning point clouds and millimeter-level outdoor terrestrial laser scanning point clouds. Using 3-D lines for registration, instead of matching points directly, can improve the robustness of the method and adapt to multisource point cloud data of different qualities. Considering the limited overlapping between indoor and outdoor scenes, line structures are extracted from overlapped wall areas that may be included in interior and exterior data. Here, a patch-based method labels a point cloud into wall, ceiling, floor categories, as well as assigning the candidate overlapping walls. Then, lines structures are extracted from the wall plane point cloud. Potential door and window line structures are detected and refined for point cloud registration. Last, an iterative closest point-based method is used to fine tune the registration results. Our results show that the proposed method effectively integrates a promising map of indoor and outdoor scenes.
          Classification of Terrestrial Laser Scanning Data With Density-Adaptive Geometric Features      Cache   Translate Page      
Point cloud classification is a crucial procedure in ground scene interpretation. In this letter, density-adaptive geometric features are proposed for the classification of terrestrial laser scanning data, with the problem brought by point density variation as one of the main concerns. For each point, point spacing is estimated, respectively, based upon the distance to scanner position and the angular resolution, and then used as neighborhood scale basis to generate the search range of optimal radius. In feature extraction, we modify some common geometric features to adapt to density variation, e.g., a polar projection grid is proposed to generate projection features instead of commonly used rectangular grid. The polar grid can make sure similar number of laser beams passing through each grid. An evaluation involving five classifiers is carried out in an outdoor scene captured by Reigl-VZ400 scanner and the results show density-adaptive features have better and more stable performances than features without considering density variation, with the highest overall accuracy of 95.95%. Moreover, the proposed features perform well on the recognition of buildings from a large distance (more than 300 m in this letter).
          Global Laser Capture Microdissection (LCM) Market Forecast (2018-2023) Report: By Regions, Type and Application with Sales and Revenue Analysis      Cache   Translate Page      
Global Laser Capture Microdissection (LCM) Market report focus on detailed geographical coverage; providing regional and country wise data in terms of market share, sales, growth and forecast with other key aspects like Sales Channel, Distributors, Traders and Dealers and top vendors / manufactures / companies profile.
          Rethink The Ink Clears Up Cost Of Tattoo Removal In Denver, CO      Cache   Translate Page      
Renowned laser tattoo removal clinic addresses the cost of laser tattoo removal in Denver, CO and warns, when it comes to laser tattoo removal, you get what you pay for.
          Premier Laredo, Texas Med Spa Uses ​Best ​Laser Tattoo Removal ​Technology      Cache   Translate Page      
Vanish Med Spa in Laredo Texas proudly offers top of the line tattoo removal using cutting edge technology to ensure quick, comfortable tattoo removal with incredible results.
          Operador de Telemarketing Ativo – Clínica de depilação a laser – R$ 1.300,00 – Ipanema      Cache   Translate Page      
Clínica de depilação a laser Cargo: Operador de Telemarketing ativo Regime de Contratação: CLT – Efetivo Número de Vagas: 1 Descrição do Cargo / Responsabilidades: Rotina administrativa com foco em telemarketing ativo e captação de cliente Formação e Experiências Leia mais...
          AMS e il suo sensore d’immagine per visione industriale      Cache   Translate Page      

Il nuovo sensore di immagine CSG14k di ams offre un’uscita a 12 bit con una risoluzione di 14 Mpixel per l’uso in applicazioni produttive ad alta capacità e nel campo dell’ispezione ottica

ams, aziende specializzata nella fornitura di soluzioni di rilevamento ad alte prestazioni, ha oggi presentato un nuovo sensore di immagine con tecnologia Global Shutter per le applicazioni di visione industriale e Ispezione Ottica Automatizzata (AOI), capace di offrire una capacità produttiva più elevata e una migliore qualità dell’immagine rispetto a tutti gli altri dispositivi precedenti che supportano il formato ottico da 1”.

Come funziona il CSG14k di ams?

Il nuovo sensore di immagine CSG14k presenta una matrice da 3840 x 3584 pixel con una risoluzione di 14 Mpixel e un frame rate notevolmente più elevato rispetto a tutti gli altri dispositivi della stessa classe oggi disponibili sul mercato. L’uscita a 12-bit del CSG14k offre una gamma dinamica sufficiente per reagire ad ampie variazioni nelle condizioni di illuminazione e nei soggetti. La tecnologia Global Shutter del sensore con CDS (Campionamento a Due Stadi Correlati) produce immagini di alta qualità di soggetti in movimento rapido, senza artefatti da movimento.
Le prestazioni e la risoluzione elevate del CSG14k sono il risultato di una struttura innovativa dei pixel del sensore (3,2µm x 3,2µm). La nuova struttura è più piccola del 66% rispetto ai sensori di immagine a 10-bit della generazione precedente di ams, offrendo al contempo un’uscita a 12-bit e un rumore notevolmente più basso.

 

Immagini dettagliate di oggetti in movimento

La qualità dell’immagine e la velocità superiori del CSG14k offrono vantaggi considerevoli nelle applicazioni produttive ad alta capacità, consentendo ai dispositivi per la visione industriale di acquisire immagini più dettagliate ed accurate degli oggetti in movimento lungo le linee produttive a velocità elevate. Il sensore è ideale per l’uso nelle applicazioni come l’Ispezione Ottica Automatizzata (AOI), le macchine selezionatrici, la triangolazione laser, la robotica e gli strumenti per la misurazione.
Il CSG14k offre diverse opzioni di configurazione che permettono di regolare il funzionamento del sensore in base ai requisiti specifici dell’applicazione. Le opzioni di configurazione includono modalità a bassa potenza e frame rate ridotto, oltre alle ottimizzazioni per ridurre il rumore e ampliare la gamma dinamica. Il dispositivo è dotato di un’interfaccia di uscita sub-LDVS compatibile con la famiglia di sensori di immagine CMV di ams già in commercio.
Il CSG14k è alloggiato in un package LGA da 22mm x 20mm x 3mm a 218 pin, compatibile con le ottiche da 1” largamente impiegate nelle videocamere con fattore di forma ridotto.
I progressi futuri nelle tecnologie per l’automazione industriale stanno mettendo in evidenza i limiti delle apparecchiature per la visione industriale attualmente sul mercato. La grande svolta nella qualità dell’immagine e nelle prestazioni offerta dal CSG14k offre ai produttori di sistemi per la visione industriale la possibilità di sostenere ritmi più rapidi e capacità più elevate, garantendo al contempo dei miglioramenti notevoli nella risoluzione e nella qualità delle immagini”, ha dichiarato Tom Walschap, Marketing Director in forza alla divisione Sensori di Immagine CMOS di ams.

Il CSG14k sarà disponibile per la valutazione nella prima metà del 2019.

L'articolo AMS e il suo sensore d’immagine per visione industriale è un contenuto originale di Elettronica News.


          A simple approach to forest structure classification using airborne laser scanning that can be adopted across bioregions      Cache   Translate Page      

Publication date: 15 February 2019

Source: Forest Ecology and Management, Volume 433

Author(s): Syed Adnan, Matti Maltamo, David A. Coomes, Antonio García-Abril, Yadvinder Malhi, José Antonio Manzanera, Nathalie Butt, Mike Morecroft, Rubén Valbuena

Abstract

Reliable assessment of forest structural types (FSTs) aids sustainable forest management. We developed a methodology for the identification of FSTs using airborne laser scanning (ALS), and demonstrate its generality by applying it to forests from Boreal, Mediterranean and Atlantic biogeographical regions. First, hierarchal clustering analysis (HCA) was applied and clusters (FSTs) were determined in coniferous and deciduous forests using four forest structural variables obtained from forest inventory data – quadratic mean diameter (QMD), Gini coefficient (GC), basal area larger than mean (BALM) and density of stems (N) –. Then, classification and regression tree analysis (CART) were used to extract the empirical threshold values for discriminating those clusters. Based on the classification trees, GC and BALM were the most important variables in the identification of FSTs. Lower, medium and high values of GC and BALM characterize single storey FSTs, multi-layered FSTs and exponentially decreasing size distributions (reversed J), respectively. Within each of these main FST groups, we also identified young/mature and sparse/dense subtypes using QMD and N. Then we used similar structural predictors derived from ALS – maximum height (Max), L-coefficient of variation (Lcv), L-skewness (Lskew), and percentage of penetration (cover), – and a nearest neighbour method to predict the FSTs. We obtained a greater overall accuracy in deciduous forest (0.87) as compared to the coniferous forest (0.72). Our methodology proves the usefulness of ALS data for structural heterogeneity assessment of forests across biogeographical regions. Our simple two-tier approach to FST classification paves the way toward transnational assessments of forest structure across bioregions.


          Otázka - Ostruha na patě, jak se jí zbavit [volná diskuze]      Cache   Translate Page      
suzymon: Zdravím Vás všechny. Není to otázka, ale naopak informace. Začala se mi dělat na chodile "ostruha". Měla ji kdysi i moje maminka a pamatuji si, že s tím léčením to bylo tenkrát strašně složité. Nic nepomohlo, až ji ze známosti a z protekce její doktorka poslala do nějaké nemocnice v Praze, kde jí od té ostruhy pomohli ozářením laser. Už je to asi 20 let, tak si nepamatuji, jestli tam byla 2x, nebo (diskuze na internetové stránce)
          MIT Scientists Want To Attract Aliens With A Planetary 'Porch Light'      Cache   Translate Page      
A new MIT study has proposed laser technology could be strong enough to be used as a beacon that could attract attention as far as 20,000 light years ...
          (Tacoma) Beretta Crimson Trace grips - $ 130      Cache   Translate Page      
Theses grips fit  the 92,96 and M9. They are missing a back plate hence price but I'm asking 130$ for them. I make shifted a back plate that works and is usable. The laser is fully adjustable. Great deal great buy, they don't work well with my hand so I'll pass them on to someone they work with
          (Jacksonville) S&W 45 PRICE DROP full size with extras - $ 480      Cache   Translate Page      
S&W 45 low round count, Crimson Trace Pistol grip laser, Alien Gear IWB & OWB holsters, 2 standard mags and 2 hi capacity mags. Have original case, Pistol with extras worth over 700$ - asking 480$
          Cayman hosts sailing championship      Cache   Translate Page      
The Cayman Islands Sailing Club hosted the AIMA Youth Regatta for both Optimist and Laser classes on Oct. 28 on the North Sound.
           Could we – and should we – build a laser lighthouse to make first contact with aliens?       Cache   Translate Page      

An MIT study proposes building a laser lighthouse to signal to alien astronomers up to 20,000 ...#source%3Dgooglier%2Ecom#https%3A%2F%2Fgooglier%2Ecom%2Fpage%2F%2F10000

Whether there's life beyond Earth is one of the most profound questions we can ask, and finding out is a cornerstone of many a space mission. But if there is anybody out there, they might also be wondering the same thing, so maybe making ourselves easier to find could be an important part of our first contact strategy. A new MIT study outlines a way to use existing or near-future tech to build a kind of laser lighthouse to signal to our cosmic neighbors.

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          Offer - COMO FAZER CONTAS DE DIVIDIR ~ Estudando Física - Other cities      Cache   Translate Page      
Utilizaram um laser CO2 e obtiveram uma imagem num pano de linho passável em nível macroscópico. Depois, com os dias também a decorrer, essa fugaz tentação passou-me e, refastelado num sofá, fui-me acomodando a ser como sempre fui. If you have any type of concerns relating to where and ways to utilize Webpage, you can call us at our website.
          Unsuccessful Lip/Tongue Tie Revision      Cache   Translate Page      

Hey mamas! 


Not sure if this is the place for this post, but here we go. My LO had a tongue and lip tie revision (lasered) when he was about 10 weeks old. He is now almost 7 months old. I am one of those people who didn't have instant relief. It never got better. To this day I still struggle with pain every time we nurse and lipstick nipple. I get through it. We make it work. I wouldn't give up nursing for anything. 


We did EVERYTHING, I mean everything, to make it "successful." We did the stretches religiously, we saw a chiropractor before and after, we had bodywork done, saw the lactation consultant weekly. At one of our body work sessions our provider told us it looked like our sons lip had reattached. I was crushed. I contacted the dentist who said that indeed it looked like the healing was "not ideal" on both his tongue and lip.


We decided we would not have the procedure done again at that time and see how it played out. I worry about the future. We've started solids and he has severe gagging. His top teeth have started coming in and I worry about gapping.  


Has this happened to anyone else? Any similar experiences? What have been your outcomes? I feel alone in this at times because I don't see any stories like mine. 

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          Saudi Arabia's War in Yemen      Cache   Translate Page      
Featuring Rep. Ro Khanna, (D-CA); Caroline Dorminey, Policy Analyst, Cato Institute; Scott Paul, Humanitarian Policy Lead, Oxfam America; and Kate Kizer, Policy Director, Win Without War; moderated by John Glaser, Director of Foreign Policy Studies, Cato Institute.

Hayek Auditorium, Cato Institute

After years of quiet U.S. support for Saudi Arabia’s bombing campaign in Yemen, top officials in the Trump administration are finally talking about ending the conflict. But a lasting resolution to the war remains a distant prospect, and the Yemeni people continue to suffer under bombardment and blockade in one of the worst humanitarian crises in recent memory.

What are the facts in Yemen? Why has the United States abetted the Saudi war in Yemen for almost four years? And what is the role of Congress in checking the authority of the executive to get involved in distant conflicts? Please join us for a discussion of these topics.

If you can’t make it to the event, you can watch it live online at www.cato.org/live and join the conversation on Twitter using #CatoFP. Follow @CatoEvents on Twitter to get future event updates, live streams, and videos from the Cato Institute.


          Święto 11 listopada – plan wydarzeń w regionie [program]      Cache   Translate Page      

Przed nami Narodowe Święto Niepodległości, w tym roku przypada setna rocznica tego wydarzenia. W całym kraju odbędą się uroczystości związane z dniem 11 listopada. 


W naszym regionie odbędą się uroczyste  msze świętej koncerty, parady wojskowe oraz wspólne śpiewanie hymnu i piosenek patriotycznych, Przedstawimy plan wydarzeń z podziałem na miasta. 

Chojna

 Godzina 12:00 
  • Wspólne odśpiewanie hymnu państwowego (Projekt „Niepodległa do Hymnu”
  • Msza św w intencji Ojczyzny z udziałem pocztów sztandarowych oraz delegacji państwowych, stowarzyszeń, instytucji i związków

 Godzina 13:00 Uroczystości na placu Konstytucji 3 Maja
  • przemówienia okolicznościowe
  • złożenie wiązanek pod pomnikiem
  • pokaz musztry paradnej w wykonaniu uczniów klas mundurowych 
  • koncert pn.; „Niepodległa” ( sala widowiskowa Centrum Kultury w Chojnie)

Cedynia

8.11 (czwartek) 
  • 15.00 Przedszkole Miejskie. „Piękna Nasza Polska Cała” program artystyczny w wykonaniu dzieci przedszkolnych 
  • 17:00 Świetlica Osiedlowa. Wykład dr Wojciech Łopucha, Drogi do wolności. Paderewski – bohater sztuki i ojczyzny. Współorganizacja: Regionalny Ośrodek Debaty Międzynarodowej w Szczecinie. 

9.11. (piątek)Cedynia Zespół Szkolno-Przedszkolny w Cedyni.

  • 10:00 Przedstawienie w wykonaniu szkolnego teatru „Maska” – „Żeby Polska była Polską” połączone ze szkolnym koncertem pieśni patriotycznych wykonywanych przez uczniów poszczególnych klas. 
  • 11:11 Rekord dla Niepodległej - wspólne odśpiewanie 4-zwrotkowego „Mazurka Dąbrowskiego” przez uczniów i nauczycieli Zespołu Szkolno-Przedszkolnego w Cedyni.
  • 11:40-12:00 Przemarsz uczniów z emblematami patriotycznymi ulicami Cedyni na plac Wolności i wypuszczenie 100 biało-czerwonych balonów z życzeniami dla Niepodległej Ojczyzny Piasek Szkoła Podstawowa im. Leśników Polskich w Piasku. 
  • 10:15 Występy artystyczne w wykonaniu uczniów. Tematyczne prezentacje klas związane z Dniem Niepodległości. 
  • 11.11 Wspólne odśpiewanie Hymnu Polski. Zasadzenie pamiątkowego drzewka z okazji 100-lecia niepodległości Polski na placu przed szkołą. Wspólne śpiewanie pieśni patriotycznych – uczniowie z gośćmi. Złożenie wiązanek kwiatów na grobach kombatantów przez przedstawicieli uczniów.

10.11.2018 (sobota)
  • 10.00 Siekierki nieopodal boiska. Uroczyste posadzenie drzewek upamiętniających wybitnych Polaków pod hasłem Tutaj zaczyna się Polska dla: Ignacego Paderewskiego i Ireny Sendlerowej. 
  • Siekierki – wioska nadziei. Uroczyste posadzenie przez Franciszka Liszkę – sołtysa wsi Siekierki, Andrzeja Łazowskiego - dyrektora COKiS i mieszkańców regionu. 
  • 17:00 Zespół Szkolno-Przedszkolny w Cedyni
  • Koncert galowy. Program artystyczny z okazji 100. rocznicy odzyskania Niepodległości przez Polskę.
  • Wspomnień czar... przedwojenna Madame. W programie najbardziej popularne piosenki dwudziestolecia międzywojennego 1918-1939. Szczecińscy artyści przeniosą nas do warszawskich teatrów: „Qui pro quo”, „Morskie Oko”, „Perskie Oko”, „Rex”. Usłyszymy utwory Hemara, Warsa, Golda, Petersburskiego i wielu innych znamienitych twórców.
  • Koncert poprowadzi Dariusz Koronczewski jeden z ostatnich żyjących krewnych Mariana Hemara. Czas trwania koncertu 80 minut.
  • 19:00-22:00 
  • Sąsiedzkie spotkania: spotkanie rodzinne mieszkańców poszczególnych wsi, My tutaj tworzymy Polskę! Miejsca: Lubiechów Górny, Czachów

11.11. (niedziela)
  • 11.30 Cedynia, Kościół p.w. Narodzenia NMP Msza Święta za Ojczyznę z okazji 100-lecia odzyskania przez Polskę Niepodległości 
  • 12.30 Cedynia, plac Wolności
  • Główna uroczystość dla upamiętnienia 100. rocznicy Odzyskania Niepodległości
  • Hymn Narodowy, Wprowadzenie 1918-2018. Uroczyste przemówienia: burmistrz Cedyni – Gabriela Kotowicz, przewodniczący Rady Miejskiej Krzysztof Nowak oraz zaproszonych gości. Odsłonięcie tablicy pamiątkowej na budynku Urzędu Miejskiego w Cedyni.
  • Trzymamy straż nad Odrą. Prezentacja straży pożarnych z gminy Cedynia. Pokaz sprzętu OSP gminy Cedynia.
  • Część artystyczna: Występy zespołów lokalnych, wspólne śpiewanie pieśni patriotycznych
  • Manifestacja patriotyczna. Poczęstunek: kuchnia polowa
  • 19:00 Czachów, sala u Kinala, Czachów 11 
  • Koncert muzyki polskiej. Występują: Magdalena Makowska – skrzypce, Olivia Kucharska – skrzypce, Oanh Pham – sopran, Andrii Fesenko – akordeon, David Johnson – fortepian, Dominika Vogt – fortepian, Michael Winker – fortepian

Moryń

Burmistrz Morynia i Dyrektor Miejskiego Ośrodka Kultury w Moryniu zapraszają na uroczyste obchody 100-lecia Odzyskania Niepodległości przez Polskę.

Program:

10 listopada 2018 r., godz. 17:00 – sala Geoparku w Moryniu
  • powitanie gości;
  • występ dzieci i młodzieży z Zespołu Szkół w Moryniu w montażu słowno-muzycznym „Niepodległa”;
  • koncert pieśni patriotycznych w wykonaniu chóru parafialnego SANCTUS z Morynia;
  • wystawa patriotyczna pn. „Kocham Cię Polsko”;
  • koncert zespołu harmonijek ustnych ANIMATO ze Szczecina.

Całość poprowadzi kulturoznawca i literaturoznawca dr Andrzej Wątrowski ze Szczecina.

11 listopada 2018 r.
  • godz. 10:00  uroczysta msza św. poświęcona obchodom 100-lecia odzyskania niepodległości przez Polskę, kościół pw. Św. Ducha w Moryniu;
  • patriotyczny przemarsz ze sztandarami i flagami ulicami Morynia oraz złożenie kwiatów pod obeliskiem na Placu Wolności w Moryniu.

Trzcińsko-Zdrój 

10 listopada ( sobota )
  •   Godzina 12:00 Koncert dla Niepodległej w wykonaniu studia piosenki i solistów Trzcińskiego Centrum Kultury  ( sala widowiskowa )
11 listopad ( niedziela )

Godzina 12:00  
  • Msza święta  
  • Modlitwy przy pomniku
  • przemarsz ulicami na cmentarz
  • złożenie kwiatów
Gryfino 10 listopada (sobota)

Chór „Res Musica” oraz Burmistrz Miasta i Gminy Gryfino zaprasza wszystkich mieszkańców na wyjątkowy koncert z okazji Narodowego Święta Niepodległości.

Podczas koncertu w sobotę  o godz. 16.00 wystąpią chóry: „Res Musica”, „Hejnał” ze Szczecina, Szczeciński Chór Chłopięcy „Słowiki”.

Koncert odbędzie się w kościele pw. NNMP w Gryfinie. Koncert finansowany jest z budżetu Gminy Gryfino.

Widuchowa 10 listopada (sobota)

Uroczysta akademia w szkole podstowej przedstawimy program 

12:00 Msza święta w kościele prafailanym 
13:15 Przemarsz do szkoły
13:45 uroczysta akademia z okazji  100 lecia odzyskania przez Polskę niepodległość 

Dębno

10.11  piątek

11:30 Happening w wykonaniu uczniów Szkoły Podstawowej nr 2 w Dębnie pt. „Powitanie Piłsudskiego - powitanie Niepodległości” /Plac Konstytucji 3 Maja
18:00 Spektakl laserowy „Historia Niepodległej Polski”/ Plac Konstytucji 3 Maja
 sobota

10:00 Niepodległościowy Rajd Nordic Walking (plaża miejska, organizator: Rowerowe Dębno, Gmina Dębno. Zgłoszenia do 31 października 2018 r. pod nr Tel. 668397580)

19:00 Instalacja „Ogień Niepodległości” (Plac Konstytucji 3 Maja, organizator: Salezjanie Dębno)
Program Ogień Niepodległości jest zaproszeniem do wielopokoleniowego świętowania odzyskania przez naszą Ojczyznę niepodległości, zdobytej wiele lat temu i ciągle utrzymywanej pracą Narodu w czasach dzisiejszych.

W całej Polsce, wieczorem 10 listopada o godz. 19.00, zapłoną ogniska przy których celebrować będziemy pamiętne wydarzenia z historii Polski, prowadzące do odzyskania niepodległości.

11.11  niedziela
  • 11.00 Msza Św. W Kościele pw. Św. Ap. Piotra i Pawła
  • 12:15 Uroczystości i wystąpienia okolicznościowe (Plac Konstytucji 3 Maja)
  • - Wręczenie medali Zasłużony dla Miasta i Gminy Dębno
  • - 100 balonów na Stulecie
  • - Występ taneczny zespołu „Mali Cychrowiacy” – Polonez
  • - Zostaniemy na tej Ziemi – śpiew na 100 głosów
  • 13:30 „Obrazki patriotyczne” – widowisko słowno – muzyczne z udziałem mieszkańców, po widowisku – niespodzianka (Dębnowski Ośrodek Kultury)
12.11. poniedziałek

16:00 „Obrazki patriotyczne” – widowisko dla szkół (DOK)
18:00 „Obrazki patriotyczne” – widowisko dla mieszkańców (DOK)


14.11. środa
  • 17:00 Spotkanie autorskie z Iwoną Kienzler „Kobiety niepodległości - bohaterki, żony, powiernice" (Biblioteka Publiczna MiG Dębno)
  • Wystawy okolicznościowe z okazji 100-lecia odzyskania niepodległości przez Polskę – październik/listopad (Biblioteka Publiczna MiG Dębno)

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Using a laser focused through a huge telescope, the MIT researchers say this ‘porch light’ could be seen from as far as 20,000 light-years away. The system could also be used to send messages.
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Great news Battlechoir and a superhero’s dream come true. Today we release our new album Knightfall via Rubicon Music in Japan!

01. Into The Abyss Of The Grail
02. Pumping Iron Power
03. Cthulhu
04. Black Spider's Web
05. Grailskull Asylum
06. March Of The Skeletons
07. Shadow Of The Mountain
08. Laser Raptor 3D
09. Ghost Town
10. Book Of A Hero
11. Knightfall
12. Dead Or Alive (bonus)
13. Heroes Fly (bonus)

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          Comment on Long-Running Government Study Finds Cellphone Radiation Causes Cancer in Rats by Marne Glaser      Cache   Translate Page      
One problem with the item about the cellphone radiation study is that it does not reference the results of another recent major animal study on cell tower radiation (wireless radiation at far lower intensities as would be experienced at ground level from a cell antenna at some distance) that was announced shortly after the peer-review results on NTP in March. It was done at the respected Ramazzini Institute in Italy. Their results, at far lower intensities (well within cell phone intensities) showed similar cancers, tumors and DNA breaks as NTP. This is an important piece of news to include. https://microwavenews.com/news-center/more-coincidence I have several bones to pick with Shuren's very traditionally FDA statement. Number one, the FDA was responsible for pre-market testing of cell phones way back when, and traded that responsibility to pre-test and regulate cell phones in exchange for the industry's promise to do a big $28 million health research program, the Wireless Technology Research program, headed by industry-friendly George Carlo. They didn't anticipate that some of the research would show DNA breakage and tumors, and when it did, they ended it and never shared it with the public. FDA's been in industry's pocket ever since. Shuren stated: "In fact, we only begin to observe effects to animal tissue at exposures that are 50 times higher than the current whole body safety limits set by the FCC for radiofrequency energy exposure." This statement is confusing to me. I don't believe he is talking about the NTP study, but rather has switched to talking about the FCC guidelines in general, which are supposed to be 1/50 of the threshold for heating damage for the public (1.6 W/kg), and 1/10 of that threshold for controlled exposure (meaning workers who supposedly have some kind of protection and safety measures). In fact, with cancers showing at 6W/kg in NTP, it turns out the safety margin, if you believe in the heating-only hypothesis, is less than a factor of 4. And then you have to look at the Ramazzini results, where exposures were much lower, and still the cancers were seen. See James Lin's article from an IEEE publication https://ieeexplore.ieee.org/document/8425056/ He is an expert who has been respected worldwide, even by the industry, over the years. Or read excerpts at https://www.saferemr.com/search?q=analysis+of+ntp Another comment made by Shuren: "...unusual findings in the study, such as: the rats exposed to whole body radiofrequency energy lived longer than rats that were not exposed to any radiation (control group); only male rats exposed to the highest radiofrequency energy dosage developed a statistically significant number of heart schwannomas, which are very rare in humans, when compared to the control group in this experiment. There was also no true dose response, or a lack of a clear relationship between the doses of radiation administered to the animals and their subsequent tumor rate." First, it is not unusual to find some positive results from RF exposure in some studies. Second, sex differences in cancer incidence is nothing unusual. Third, heart schwannomas are rare in rats, too, not just humans, and other heart abnormalities were found in exposed rats, as well. Fourth, many experiments with non-ionizing radiation do not exhibit dose-response effects--some do, some don't. There may be window effects. We are talking biological systems and an agent that is not as easy to track or control as chemistry. Please see Dr. Joel Moskowitz's remarks on NTP for a more careful epidemiological analysis of the results. https://drive.google.com/file/d/1rFlZuM6sljTU-XLGDeTQrmWPT6blCdZy/view You see, besides cancers, there were a number of pre-cancerous hyperplasias, as well as tumor incidence increases (such as in female rats) that did not reach significance. I have very little positive confidence in J. Shuren's remarks. They are remarks of convenience. How bad would FDA look if it admitted concerns and did nothing. Nothing is what it intends to do. I had conversations with Abiy Desta back when he was the prime cell phone liaison between FDA and the industry. He was a good boy for them. I asked why the FDA claimed to ensure that cell phones met all FCC guidelines when he knew the SAR body testing was being done (by industry) a few critical millimeters away from the testing "body," thus significantly underestimating the actual radiation absorbed by the body. He said, "Yeah, we asked the FCC why they granted that exemption to the industry when they did SAR testing." "And...?" "They never got back to us." Meanwhile, France has re-tested cell phone body SARs up against the body (with no mm distance) to compare with advertised SARs, and found 90% of cell phones tested without this distance exceeded exposure guidelines. So there you see, your FDA watchdog has hardly been at work. While a short article cannot cover all these things, background knowledge of them on the part of the author helps to leave the reader with a more accurate, or at least less inaccurate, impression.
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OLNEY, Ill. (BRAIN) — Folding bike brand Dahon is now offering to license some of its component technology to industry partners. The company will offer hinges, handle posts, cranksets, pedals and its PostPump to makers of folding or regular bikes.

The technology includes Dahon's D4D Quickpark Stem, which allows easy adjustment of the handlebar's height, reach and axial angle. In addition, it can rotate the handlebar 90 degrees around a vertical axis to lie prone against the bike. The Post-Pump II is a tire pump that can be stored inside seat posts of either 31.6 or 33.9 millimeter diameter. It is a compact and economic alternative to the original Dahon Post-Pump.

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OVERKILL’S THE WALKING DEAD LAUNCHES ON WINDOWS PC Tune into STREAMING DEAD LIVE!, a launch celebration featuring exciting guests, giveaways and more, starting at 5 PM ET on Twitch STOCKHOLM – Nov. 6, 2018 – Starbreeze, Skybound Entertainment and 505 Games have announced the global release of OVERKILL’S The Walking Dead on Windows PC. Inspired by Robert Kirkman’s original graphic novels and developed by OVERKILL – A Starbreeze Studio, this new co-op multiplayer action game is available today via Steam for $59.99, including all episodes from the game’s first two seasons of content. Players can also purchase OVERKILL’S The Walking Dead Deluxe Edition, containing the full game, both its first and second seasons of content, the Night Raid Collection cosmetic DLC, a digital artbook, and the game’s digital soundtrack, all for $79.99. OVERKILL’s The Walking Dead is a four-player co-op shooter where players must band together on a variety of missions to find survivors, secure supplies and survive. Use stealth to evade enemies tactically, or dismember walkers limb from limb with brute force and firepower. Each of the game’s four playable characters has their own special abilities, skill trees, squad roles, play styles and background stories. As part of Anderson Camp, players will team up with other survivors to confront the challenges and horrors of post-apocalyptic Washington, D.C. The first season of 10 episodes, available in full at launch, features new areas of the city to explore, unique characters and weapons to encounter, and action-packed battles to overcome. The second season of episodes will begin with the game’s first major content update later this month. In collaboration with RED Productions, Starbreeze is also hosting STREAMING DEAD LIVE!, a special launch celebration beginning today at 5:00 pm ET/2:00 pm PT at https://www.twitch.tv/starbreeze. The event will feature a variety of special guests, influencers, gameplay, giveaways, a special new cinematic trailer and more, all hosted by Kinda Funny’s Greg Miller with special guests Shroud, Anne Munition, ANGRYPUG and JGhosty. OVERKILL’s The Walking Dead will arrive on the PlayStation®4 computer entertainment system and Xbox One around the world in February 2019. Console pre-orders are available now digitally and at most major retailers. For more information, visit OVERKILL’S The Walking Dead‘s Steam page, https://www.overkillsthewalkingdead.com, and follow the game on Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and Instagram with #OTWD. About Starbreeze Starbreeze is an independent creator, publisher and distributor of high-quality entertainment products. With studios in Stockholm, Paris, Los Angeles, Barcelona and Brussels, the company creates games and other virtual reality entertainment products, based on proprietary design and licensed content. Starbreeze is behind the hit IP PAYDAY: The Heist®, PAYDAY 2®, and the survival co-op FPS OVERKILL’s The Walking Dead. Under its publishing initiative, Starbreeze has together with Canadian studio Behaviour Digital successfully launched the horror thriller Dead by Daylight. Starbreeze has set out to develop truly immersive virtual reality experiences, by integrating software and hardware in its StarVR® head mounted display, which is produced together with Acer. For more information, please visit starbreeze.com and overkillsoftware.com. About Skybound Entertainment Founded in 2010, Skybound Entertainment is a multiplatform entertainment company managed by partners Robert Kirkman, David Alpert and Jon Goldman. Skybound houses projects ranging from television, film, emerging platforms, comics, interactive gaming, live events, and more. In 2016, the company expanded to Vancouver with the opening of their Skybound North office, working to expand Skybound’s footprint into the animation and children’s space with top Canadian talent. In 2018, Skybound opened GammaRay, a video-content brand focused on pop culture, and expanded Skybound Games into a venture focused on publishing independently developed games. Skybound Entertainment is responsible for television hits including The Walking Dead, Fear the Walking Dead, Outcast, Robert Kirkman’s Secret History of Comics, and currently holds a first-look television deal with Amazon Studios. On the film side, Skybound has a first-look deal with Universal. Robert Kirkman’s second-longest running comic series Invincible will be developed for film at Universal and as an animated series for Amazon. The interactive gaming slate includes partnerships with Telltale, Starbreeze, Skydance, Scopely, and more. Skybound is currently publishing comic book titles The Walking Dead, Oblivion Song, Die!Die!Die!, Outcast, Redneck, Gasolina, Crude, and more. About 505 Games 505 Games is a global video game publisher focused on offering a broad selection of titles for players of all ages and levels. The company publishes and distributes premium and free-to-play games on leading console, PC and handheld platforms as well as for mobile devices and social networks. Publishing highlights in premium games include Last Day of June, PAYDAY 2, Terraria, Portal Knights, Assetto Corsa, ABZÛ, Virginia, Laser League, Brothers – A Tale of Two Sons and How to Survive. Free-to-play publishing highlights include Battle Islands, Gems of War and Hawken. Distribution highlights include Stardew Valley, Dead by Daylight and Inside/Limbo. Upcoming titles include Indivisible (from the development team behind Skullgirls), Underworld Ascendant (from Warren Spector and Paul Neurath), and Koji Igarashi’s next project, Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night. 505 Games has offices in California, United Kingdom, France, Germany, Italy, Spain and China. It works with a network of distribution and sub-licensing partners in all other markets. For more information on 505 Games and its products, please visit www.505games.com.
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Was that painful or non-painful? The Sensation and Pain Rating Scale (SPARS) performs well in the experimental context.

J Pain. 2018 Nov 01;:

Authors: Madden VJ, Kamerman P, Bellan V, Catley MJ, Russek LN, Camfferman D, Moseley GL

Abstract
In experiments on pain, participants are frequently exposed to non-painful and painful stimuli, yet the conventional pain-rating scales lack a non-painful range and a clear point of transition from non-painful to painful events. The Sensation and Pain Rating Scale (SPARS) assesses the full stimulus intensity range, extending from no sensation (rating: -50) to worst pain imaginable (rating: +50), and it explicitly identifies pain threshold (rating: 0). Here, we tested the SPARS in two experiments using laser heat stimuli to establish its stimulus-response characteristics (Experiment 1, n = 19, 13 stimulus intensities applied 26 times each across a 1-4J range), and to compare it to 0-100 scales that assess non-painful (0: no sensation, 100: pain) and painful (0: no pain, 100: worst pain imaginable) events (Experiment 2, n = 7, 9 stimulus intensities applied 36 times each across a 1.5-4.5J range). Despite high inter- and intra-individual variation, we found a reasonably consistent curvilinear stimulus-response relationship (the curve flattens around pain threshold), with stable response characteristics across the range of the scale. SPARS ratings transformed to a 0-100 range tended to be lower than the 0-100 pain rating scale in the noxious stimulus intensity range, and greater than the 0-100 non-painful sensation scale in the non-noxious stimulus range, likely reflecting differences in scale dimensionality. The SPARS overcomes limitations in scale range inherent to conventional pain rating scales. As such, it is well suited to experimental studies that must quantify a wider range of perceptual intensity or distinguish between painful and non-painful events. Perspective: This article presents the stimulus-response characteristics of a new scale designed to allow participants to rate a range of non-painful and painful stimuli. The scale could be useful to research that involves exposing participants to a range of stimulation intensities or requires a clear distinction between non-painful and painful events.

PMID: 30391525 [PubMed - as supplied by publisher]


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Press Availability
Michael R. Pompeo
Secretary of State
Washington Foreign Press Center
Washington, DC
November 5, 2018


MODERATOR: Good morning, everyone, and welcome to the Foreign Press Center. We are pleased to have with us this morning Secretary Pompeo and Secretary Mnuchin. They’ll both have some opening remarks and then hopefully we’ll have time for one or two questions afterwards.

Secretary Pompeo, please.

SECRETARY POMPEO: Hey, Robert. Thank you. Good morning, everyone. It’s great to be here at the Foreign Press Center. It’s great to see you all. In May of this year, after President Trump withdrew from the nuclear deal, the Trump administration announced a new strategy to fundamentally alter the behavior of the Islamic Republic of Iran’s leadership. At the center of this effort – and there are multiple lines of effort – but at the center of it is an unprecedented campaign of economic pressure. Our objective is to starve the Iranian regime of the revenue it uses to fund violent and destabilizing activities throughout the Middle East, and indeed around the world.

Our ultimate goal is to convince the regime to abandon its current revolutionary course. Just look at what happened last week. Denmark announced it had uncovered an Iranian regime assassination plot on its own soil. The Iranian regime has a choice. It can either do a 180-degree turn from its outlaw course of action and act like a normal country, or it can see its economy crumble.

We hope a new agreement with Iran is possible, but until Iran makes changes in the 12 ways that I listed in May, we will be relentless in exerting pressure on the regime. As a reflection of that resolve, today we’re reimposing all sanctions that were previously lifted under the nuclear deal. This includes sanctions on energy, banking, shipping, and shipbuilding industries.

Since the Trump administration came into office, we’ve done 19 rounds of sanctions targeting 168 Iranian entities. Today’s sanctions will accelerate the rapid decline of international economic activity in Iran since the implementation of our strategy in May. Since that time, since back in May, over 100 companies have withdrawn from Iran or canceled plans to do business there. It should be noted that if a company evades our sanctions regime and secretly continues sanctionable commerce in the Islamic Republic, the United States will levy severe, swift penalties on it, including potential sanctions. I promise you that doing business with Iran in defiance of our sanctions will ultimately be a much more painful business decision than pulling out of Iran and it – being connected to Iran entirely.

More than 20 importing nations have zeroed out their imports of crude oil already, taking more than one million barrels of crude per day off the market. The regime today, since May, has lost over $2.5 billion in oil revenue. We have decided to issue temporary allotments to a handful of countries responsible to specific circumstances and to ensure a well-supplied oil market. The U.S. will be granting these exemptions to China, India, Italy, Greece, Japan, South Korea, Taiwan, and Turkey. Each of those countries has already demonstrated significant reductions of the purchase of Iranian crude over the past six months, and indeed two of those eight have already completely ended imports of Iranian crude and will not resume as long as the sanctions regime remains in place. We continue negotiations to get all of the nations to zero.

Additionally today, 100 percent of the revenue Iran receives from the sale of oil will be held in foreign accounts. Iran can only use this money for humanitarian trade or bilateral – in bilateral nonsanctioned goods.

Speaking of Iran’s nuclear program, we have decided to grant narrow and temporary waivers that permit the continuation of three nonproliferation projects currently underway. Allowing these activities to continue for the time being will improve ongoing oversight of Iran’s civil nuclear program and make these facilities less susceptible to illicit and illegal nuclear uses. Rest assured Iran will never come close to getting a nuclear weapon on President Trump’s watch.

I will now turn it over to Secretary Mnuchin.

SECRETARY MNUCHIN: Thank you. Today the United States is executing on the final actions to withdraw on the Obama administration’s fatally flawed Iran deal. This morning, we will fully impose sanctions on the Iranian regime. This is part of a maximum unprecedented economic pressure campaign the United States is waging against the world’s largest state sponsor of terror. Today we sanctioned more than 700 individuals, entities, aircraft, and vessels as part of Treasury’s largest ever single day action targeting Iran. Over 300 of those sanctions are new targets. In addition, we are relisting hundreds of individuals and entities that were previously sanctioned, granted sanctions relief under the JCPOA.

These powerful sanctions directly target Iran’s banking, energy, and shipping sectors. The Iranian regime has funneled billions of dollars for the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps force through the banking sector. Today’s designation includes 50 Iranian banks and their foreign and domestic subsidiaries in conduction with Iran’s regime support for international terrorism, proliferation of mass destruction, or their means of delivery and human rights abuses.

Our actions include the identification of more than 400 targets, including over 200 persons and vessels in Iran’s shipping and energy sector; Iran Air, the national airline of Iran, and more than 65 aircraft; the placement of nearly 250 persons in associated block properties on the Specially Designated Nationals list; the Atomic Energy Organization of Iran.

Over the last five months, Treasury has implemented some of the most impactful sanctions ever seen. Combined with the previous actions, more than 900 Iran-related targets have been sanctioned under this administration in less than two years, marking the highest-ever level of U.S. economic pressure on Iran. We are making it abundantly clear to the Iranian regime that they will face mounting financial isolation until they fundamentally change their destabilizing behavior.

Iran’s leaders must cease support for terrorism and end destructive regional activities immediately. They must stop ballistic missiles and abandon their nuclear ambitions if they seek a path to sanctions relief. We are watching the Iranian regime with laser focus. If they try to evade our sanctions, we will take action to disrupt their activity time and time again.

The maximum pressure exerted by the United States is only going to mount from here. Companies around the world need to know we will be strictly enforcing our sanctions. Thank you.

MODERATOR: That – we’ll have time for a few questions. Let’s go to Sky News, Cordelia Lynch.

QUESTION: Hello, this is a question for Secretary Pompeo. The President invoked Game of Thrones when he was discussing sanctions. Do you think that was appropriate?

SECRETARY POMPEO: This administration has been consistent from, frankly, President Trump’s campaign to the first day he was inaugurated about our intention. We understand that the Islamic Republic of Iran presents a threat to the United States of America, and we are determined to stop it. And much has been made about this Game of Thrones. Qasem Soleimani responded, and I haven’t seen any of you comment on that. This is a man who has American blood on his hands. He’s killed American soldiers, and that’s not funny. And the actions that the Islamic Republic of Iran are taking are not about little silly things that people get wrapped up here in Washington, D.C., but about very serious matters that impact all of Europe, all the Middle East and the world, and our young men and women who are in harm’s way today.

MODERATOR: Thank you, sir. Next question is going to be Asahi Shimbun, Yuko Lanham. Yuko?

All right. We’re going to move on to EFE, Beatriz Pascual Macias.

QUESTION: Hi, thank you very much. Thank you very much. I was wondering, what could you say to the European countries that were expecting to be in this list of countries that are not going to suffer the sanctions? And what kind of relation have you have with them, what are the conversations regarding this topic? Thank you.

SECRETARY POMPEO: You want to talk about on the financial side, Steven?

SECRETARY MNUCHIN: Well, I don’t think we’ve ever said that it relates to the European countries, that they’ll be exempt. I think quite the contrary. We’ve said that we expect them to honor the sanctions. Having said that, there are certain transactions that they can continue to do, whether they’re humanitarian transactions or specific trade in the restricted accounts. And again, let me just emphasize, as I said last week, we will make sure that humanitarian transactions are really going for those purposes. So this is not about hurting the people of Iran, but we will not let money be diverted to humanitarian purposes and then put for terrorist activities.

SECRETARY POMPEO: And then just to follow up, with respect to the relationship, we’ve been very candid and clear with all of the European countries. There are more than three, we should note. Many of them are fully supportive of what it is that we are undertaking. They have taken a different approach with respect to the JCPOA, but it is also something that the whole world should know. European businesses have already made their decisions. They’ve decided not to do business with the Islamic Republic of Iran, and so we’re very confident that the sanctions regime that we’re putting in place will be effective.

MODERATOR: Al Jazeera English, James Bays.

QUESTION: James Bays from Al Jazeera English. You talk about the destabilizing behavior of Iran in the region. How does that differ from the behavior of Saudi Arabia?

SECRETARY POMPEO: So let me just go through the list: Underwriting Lebanese Hizballah, that presents a threat to the United States of America and Israel; underwriting the Houthis in Yemen, causing an enormous conflict to take place there in that country; the efforts in Iraq to undermine the Iraqi Government, funding Shia militias that are not in the best interests of the Iraqi people; their efforts in Syria; the list goes on. The difference in behavior between those two countries is remarkable. Since we’ve taken office, the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia has been very supportive of our efforts on counterterrorism. They’ve assisted us. I know Secretary Mnuchin has worked with them on a couple of projects as well. It is completely clear the Islamic Republican of Iran is the destabilizing force in the Middle East today.

Do you want to add to that?

SECRETARY MNUCHIN: No, I think it’s well said.

MODERATOR: Last question. Let’s go to TASS, Dmitry Kirsanov.

QUESTION: Thank you. Gentlemen, thanks a lot for coming over to brief us. For Secretary Pompeo. Sir, you mentioned that three waivers have been issued for the civilian nuclear energy project. Could you clarify what those are? And Bushehr nuclear power plant, will it be the one under the waiver? Thank you.

SECRETARY POMPEO: Thank you. That’s a great question. It’s a pretty complicated area, that nonproliferation issue. There are three. Bushehr is one of the three. But if I may, we will get out a full fact sheet on that here in the next hour or so that you’ll all be able to see. What we’ve authorized is very narrow, very limited, very time limited as well, but important nonetheless that these nonproliferation projects are not things that are taking place without some ability to see what’s going on, and we’ll give you the full details of the scope of those waivers.

MODERATOR: We have time for – this is the last one. Let’s go right to the front, right here, please.

QUESTION: Thank you. Roj Zalla with RUDAW TV in Iraqi Kurdistan. Mr. Secretary, Iran has very powerful hands in Iraq. Are you not concerned that with these sanctions Iran might increase the pressure on some of your allies in Iraq? And in that case, what can you do to reassure those allies?

SECRETARY POMPEO: So it’s a very reasonable question. Here’s the facts. Since the United States entered the JCPOA in 2015, Iran has turned up the heat on those very entities to which you’re referring. So we have a history, we have data set, we have a historical basis upon which to say that we know that the JCPOA didn’t impede Iran one bit from putting pressure on Kurdistan, pressure in Baghdad, pressure throughout the region. We are very hopeful that the set of efforts we’re undertaking – we’ve focused here on the financial and economic, but the full range of efforts we’re taking to push back against the Islamic Republic of Iran will have the intended effect of reducing Iran’s capacity to be destabilizing and present risk to the Middle East, to Europe, and the world.

MODERATOR: With that, that concludes this morning’s briefing. Thank you very much to Secretaries Pompeo and Mnuchin.

SECRETARY POMPEO: Thank you all

MODERATOR: Thank you, sir. Thank you all

 


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S&A water chiller unit CWUL-10, specially designed for 10W-15W UV laser, is a highly efficient refrigeration type cooling device. It is produced by Guangzhou Teyu Electromechanical Co., Ltd (also known as S&A chiller), a professional Chinese industrial chiller manufacturer with 16-year experience. S&A water chiller CWUL-10 is characterized by the cooling capacity of 800W and the temperature stability of±0.3℃. It has two temperature control modes, including constant temperature control mode and intelligent temperature control mode. Under intelligent mode, the water temperature can automatically adjust itself according to the room temperature (the water temperature is generally 2℃ lower than the room temperature), which greatly avoids the generation of condensed water. The temperature control range of S&A water chiller CWUL-10 is 5-35℃. S&A water chiller unit CWUL-10 is CE, RoHS and REACH compliant and has multiple alarm display functions, including compressor time-delay protection, compressor overcurrent protection, water flow alarm and over high / low temperature alarm, which can greatly protect the chiller unit. S&A water chiller unit CWUL-10 features big pump flow and big pump lift in addition to properly designed pipeline, which greatly avoids the generation of the bubble and stabilizes the laser output of the UV laser. Purified water or clean distilled water is suggested to be used as circulating water of S&A water chiller CWUL-10. Warranty is 2 year. CWUL-10 water chiller parameter: Voltage: 220V; Frequency: 50Hz; Refrigerant: R-134a Pump power: 0.05KW; Tank capacity:6L Max. lift:12M; Max. flow: 13L/min N.W: 24Kgs; G.W: 27Kgs; Dimension : 58 X 29 X 47 cm (L X W X H); Packing dimension: 70 X 43 X 58 cm (L X W X H) About S&A Brand S&A(TEYU) was founded in 2002. After 16 years of developing and producing industrial water chillers, the headquarter covers an area of 18,000 square meters, and has about 250 employees. Why choose S&A Product Advantages: 1. With 11 patent certificates,CE, RoHS and REACH approval; Conforms to air transport requirements; 2 years warranty 2.±0.1℃ high precision temperature control, stable cooling performance, support ModBus-485 communication; 3. Establish logistic warehouses at USA and Europe; Manufacturing Advantages: 1.Independent R&D on sheet metal, evaporator, condenser and cores parts of chiller; 2. Annual output 60,000 units, product exports rate above 60%; 3. Standard bulk production, standard parts rate up to 80% ; 4. With excellent laboratory testing system, simulates actual working environment for chiller. CONTACT S&A SKYPE: teyuchiller ; Email:marketing@teyu.com.cn; Website: https://www.teyuchiller.com TEL:+86-20-89301885; FAX:+86-20-84309967
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S&A air-cooled water chiller CW-5000 is a professional refrigeration type cooling device, which is widely used in cooling 100W CO2 laser, 300W-600W UV LED and 5KW spindle. It is produced by Guangzhou Teyu Electromechanical Co., Ltd (also known as S&A chiller), a professional Chinese industrial chiller manufacturer with 16-year experience. S&A air-cooled water chiller CW-5000 covers 50% market share of CO2 laser refrigeration market due to its superior cooling performance, precise temperature control, compact design and ease of use. It ranks the highest sales volume among all S&A refrigeration type water chillers and it is very popular in Europe, South America, Asia and other markets. Characterized by the cooling capacity of 800W and temperature control accuracy of ±0.3℃, S&A industrial chiller CW-5000 can bring down the temperature of the equipment very efficiently, greatly improve the working life and ensure the stable performance of the equipment. S&A chiller CW-5000 has two temperature control modes, including intelligent and constant temperature control modes. Under intelligent mode, the water temperature can automatically adjust itself according to the room temperature (the water temperature is generally 2℃ lower than the room temperature), which greatly avoid the generation of condensed water. Purified water or clean distilled water is suggested to be used as circulating water of S&A chiller CW-5000. Warranty is 2 year. CW-5000 water chiller parameter: Voltage:110V-220V; Frequency: 50/60Hz; Refrigerant: R-134a Pump power: 0.03KW/0.051KW/0.1KW; Tank capacity:6L Max. lift:10M-25M; Max. flow: 10L/min- 16L/min N.W: 24Kgs; G.W: 27Kgs; Dimension : 58 X 29 X 47 cm (L X W X H); Packing dimension: 70 X 43 X 58 cm (L X W X H) About S&A Brand S&A(TEYU) was founded in 2002. After 16 years of developing and producing industrial water chillers, the headquarter covers an area of 18,000 square meters, and has about 250 employees. Why choose S&A Product Advantages: 1. With 11 patent certificates,CE, RoHS and REACH approval; Conforms to air transport requirements; 2 years warranty 2.±0.1℃ high precision temperature control, stable cooling performance, support ModBus-485 communication; 3. Establish logistic warehouses at USA and Europe; Manufacturing Advantages: 1.Independent R&D on sheet metal, evaporator, condenser and cores parts of chiller; 2. Annual output 60,000 units, product exports rate above 60%; 3. Standard bulk production, standard parts rate up to 80% ; 4. With excellent laboratory testing system, simulates actual working environment for chiller. CONTACT S&A SKYPE: teyuchiller ; Email:marketing@teyu.com.cn; Website: https://www.teyuchiller.com/ TEL:+86-20-89301885; FAX:+86-20-84309967
          Offer - S&A Industrial Water Chiller CW-3000 for CNC Spindle Engraving Machines - Guangdong       Cache   Translate Page      
S&A industrial water chiller CW-3000 is thermolysis type professional cooling machine, suitable for cooling machine with small heat load. It is produced by Guangzhou Teyu Electromechanical Co., Ltd (also known as S&A chiller), a professional Chinese water chiller manufacturer with 16-year experience. Featuring 50W/℃ radiating capacity and 9L tank capacity, S&A portable water chiller CW-3000 is widely used for cooling CNC spindle engraving machine, laser engraving equipment and laser cutting equipment. It is characterized by effective cooling performance, compact design, energy saving and ease of use. S&A industrial water chiller CW-3000 has multiple power specifications and has got CE,RoHS and REACH approval, which makes it more available in the international trade. It is very popular in Europe, South America, Asia and other markets. With the water flow alarm and the ultrahigh temperature alarm, S&A industrial water chiller CW-3000 can be well protected. Note: Since it is a thermolysis type water chiller, its water temperature can’t be controlled and is related to the ambient temperature. Purified water or clean distilled water is suggested to be used as circulating water of S&A portable water chiller CW-3000. Warranty is 2 year. Specifications: Voltage:110V-220V; Frequency: 50/60Hz Tank capacity: 9L Max. lift:10M/70M; Max. flow: 2L/min, 10L/min N.W: 9.5Kgs/12Kgs; G.W: 12Kgs/14.5Kgs; Dimension : 49 X 27 X 38 cm (L X W X H); Packing dimension: 59 X 39 X 48 cm (L X W X H) About S&A Brand S&A(TEYU) was founded in 2002. After 16 years of developing and producing industrial water chillers, the headquarter covers an area of 18,000 square meters, and has about 250 employees. Why choose S&A Product Advantages: 1. With 11 patent certificates,CE, RoHS and REACH approval; Conforms to air transport requirements; 2 years warranty 2.±0.1℃ high precision temperature control, stable cooling performance, support ModBus-485 communication; 3. Establish logistic warehouses at USA and Europe; Manufacturing Advantages: 1.Independent R&D on sheet metal, evaporator, condenser and cores parts of chiller; 2. Annual output 60,000 units, product exports rate above 60%; 3. Standard bulk production, standard parts rate up to 80% ; 4. With excellent laboratory testing system, simulates actual working environment for chiller. CONTACT S&A SKYPE: teyuchiller ; Email:marketing@teyu.com.cn; Website: https://www.teyuchiller.com/ TEL:+86-20-89301885; FAX:+86-20-84309967
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Miniature Wargaming [BUNDLE]Publisher: Skirmisher Publishing
This special 51% off bundle product contains nine titles, seven of them self-standing skirmish-level wargames, including the recently-released "CQB: Futuristic Skirmisher Miniatures Rules" and "Ragnarok: Age of Wolves," and our "Chevauchee," "Skirmish!," "H.G. Wells' Little Wars," "H.G. Wells' Little Orc Wars," and "Quactica," along with "H.G. Wells' Floor Games" and Robert Louis Stevenson's "Stevenson at Play."

Chevauchee: Rules for Battles with Medieval Miniatures
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 $1.95
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 PDF
During the 100 Years War between France and England, bands of soldiers from both sides launched raids into enemy-held territory, burning, pillaging, and slaying as much as possible before opposition could be mounted in strength. This practice, known as chevauchee, is the inspiration for this game of medieval and Renaissance warfare.  Designed for fun and playability, Chevauchee is perfect for novice and veteran gamers alike and offers a basic set of man-to-man combat rules, expanded optional rules, and a special system for simple siege warfare. It can be played with almost any appropriate miniature figures, each of which can use whatever weapons it is armed with and is equipped with whatever armor the model wears, eliminating paperwork and speeding...

CQB: Futuristic Skirmish Miniatures Rules
Regular price: $2.99
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 $1.46
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 PDF
Welcome to CQB, a complete self-standing set of science fiction miniatures rules for depicting Close-Quarter Battle! Inspired by the combat actions of the United States Space Marine Corps and other units featured in Skirmisher Publishing's popular and bestselling USMSC FM 7-22: Space Boarding Operations universal sourcebook, CQB replicates gritty, intense, close-quarter skirmishes fought on board starships, space stations, and industrial settings of Earth’s colonial worlds....

H.G. Wells' Little Orc Wars
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 $2.44
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H.G. Wells’ Little Orc Wars is a fun, simple, fast-paced system that is designed to be quick to learn and easy to play, so that players can focus on concerns like strategy and having fun, rather than on mechanics. It includes both basic rules that can be used alone, plus a variety of optional rules that players can add as they see fit to take their games to the next level. These include guidelines for Giants, War Beasts, Undead, Dwarves, Elves, Amphibious and Aquatic Creatures, Elementals, Structures, Siege, Terrain, Boats, and Heroes like Champions (Paladins, Rangers), Priests (Clerics, Necromancers), and Wizards. As their name suggests, the rules contained in this booklet are based on and inspired by the rules and concepts presented by genius writer and game designer H.G....

H.G. Wells' Little Wars
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 $2.44
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 PDF
Originally written in 1913 by one of the greatest science fiction authors, this is a reprint of the book that gained H.G. Wells the title "Father of Modern Wargaming." Little Wars will appeal to science fiction fans, history buffs, students of politics and international affairs, wargamers, RPGers, and anyone else interested in the works of this great writer.  Skirmisher’s edition of Little Wars is divided into a Foreword, an Introduction, six Chapters, and an Appendix. Features of this edition include: Clear, authoritative, and entertaining text that reveals both the great mind and the sense of humor possessed by one of the world’s greatest science fiction authors. A complete miniatures wargame system that can be played as-is or used as the basis for other miniature...

H.G. Wells’ Floor Games
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 $2.44
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 PDF
Often referred to as a companion volume to H.G. Wells’ wargaming classic Little Wars, Floor Games is a republication of "the Father of Miniature Wargaming’s" first volume devoted to recreational gaming. Highlights include a lighthearted, often humorous discussion on the theory and methodology behind a wide variety of "floor" and tabletop games and tips on the use and creation of improvised models, terrain, and other gaming props.  Skirmisher’s edition of Floor Games is divided into a Foreword, an Introduction, and four chapters: I) "The Toys to Have"; II) "The Game of the Wonderful Islands"; III) "Of the Building of Cities"; and IV) "Funiculars, Marble Towers, Castles, and War Games, But Very Little of War Games." Other features include: Foreword by reno...

Quactica: Battles for the Soul of Middle Aesopia
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 $1.46
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Quactica: Battles for the Soul of Middle Aesopia is an innovative set of miniatures rules by veteran game designer and miniatures sculptor Steve Lortz, author of the famous Perilous Encounters rules released by Chaosium in 1978. Set in a world inhabited by various races of anthropomorphic animals — including Ducks, Dwargs, and Porks — the Quactica rules tie in with a beautiful line of miniatures created by the late great Lortz and produced by Lance & Laser. This download includes a set of nine full-color miniatures that can be printed out either in color or black-and-white on cardstock; Quactica statistics for four different skill levels of Loonar Imperial Heavy Infantry and Loonar Imperial Archers on the one side and Pork Warriors, Gobbli...

Ragnarok: Age of Wolves
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 $4.88
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 PDF
Ragnarok: Age of Wolves is a skirmish-level game for novice and experienced tabletop players alike that emulates the desperate small-scale actions that might result during the unending winter that is the first stage of the Viking Apocalypse. As crops fail and food grows scarce, banditry becomes rife as formerly good folk are driven to extremes and bad men take advantage of chaos and hardship. Monsters haunt the wilds and prowl the outskirts of palisaded settlement and isolated steading alike. Huldrfolk, never easy neighbors, but generally peaceful if left undisturbed, now move to defend their sacred groves and to seize places once devoted to gods who now seem absent. Trolls and their ilk gather, marauders sweep brigands and more into their bands, and whispers abound of gau...

Skirmish!
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 $1.95
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 PDF
Skirmish! is a quick-to-learn, easy-to-set up game of combat that can played using almost any miniature figures to simulate small-scale battles. It is intended for both veteran and novice players and is simple enough to be a beginner's first wargame and versatile and expandable enough to satisfy more experienced gamers — especially those who want to pull some of their old toy soldiers out of a footlocker or the closet and use them in a game.<o:p></o:p> Skirmish! is designed for simplicity and playability. All that is needed to play Skirmish! are some miniature figures, a ruler or tape measure, and three standard, 6-sided dice. The basic rules can be read, a handful of soldiers selected, and a game set up in about 20 minutes, and in much less time than that for...

Stevenson At Play
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 $0.97
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 PDF
Famous as the author of such great works of literature as Treasure IslandKidnapped, and Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, Robert Louis Stevenson was also a dedicated war gamer. Stevenson at Play, one of the lesser-known works of this “Grandfather of Modern Wargaming,” describes a complex strategic wargame that the author and his stepson, Samuel Lloyd Osbourne, played in the early 1880s.  Skirmisher’s edition of Stevenson at Play includes an Introduction by Osbourne, a Foreword by publisher and wargame designer Michael O. Varhola, and several period pieces of art, including some hand-drawn sketches by Stevenson himself. This download includes low-resolution screen-friendly and high-resolution...

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          Miniature Wargaming [BUNDLE]      Cache   Translate Page      
Miniature Wargaming [BUNDLE]Publisher: Skirmisher Publishing
This special 51% off bundle product contains nine titles, seven of them self-standing skirmish-level wargames, including the recently-released "CQB: Futuristic Skirmisher Miniatures Rules" and "Ragnarok: Age of Wolves," and our "Chevauchee," "Skirmish!," "H.G. Wells' Little Wars," "H.G. Wells' Little Orc Wars," and "Quactica," along with "H.G. Wells' Floor Games" and Robert Louis Stevenson's "Stevenson at Play."

Chevauchee: Rules for Battles with Medieval Miniatures
Regular price: $3.99
Bundle price:
 $1.95
Format:
 PDF
During the 100 Years War between France and England, bands of soldiers from both sides launched raids into enemy-held territory, burning, pillaging, and slaying as much as possible before opposition could be mounted in strength. This practice, known as chevauchee, is the inspiration for this game of medieval and Renaissance warfare.  Designed for fun and playability, Chevauchee is perfect for novice and veteran gamers alike and offers a basic set of man-to-man combat rules, expanded optional rules, and a special system for simple siege warfare. It can be played with almost any appropriate miniature figures, each of which can use whatever weapons it is armed with and is equipped with whatever armor the model wears, eliminating paperwork and speeding...

CQB: Futuristic Skirmish Miniatures Rules
Regular price: $2.99
Bundle price:
 $1.46
Format:
 PDF
Welcome to CQB, a complete self-standing set of science fiction miniatures rules for depicting Close-Quarter Battle! Inspired by the combat actions of the United States Space Marine Corps and other units featured in Skirmisher Publishing's popular and bestselling USMSC FM 7-22: Space Boarding Operations universal sourcebook, CQB replicates gritty, intense, close-quarter skirmishes fought on board starships, space stations, and industrial settings of Earth’s colonial worlds....

H.G. Wells' Little Orc Wars
Regular price: $4.99
Bundle price:
 $2.44
Format:
 PDF
H.G. Wells’ Little Orc Wars is a fun, simple, fast-paced system that is designed to be quick to learn and easy to play, so that players can focus on concerns like strategy and having fun, rather than on mechanics. It includes both basic rules that can be used alone, plus a variety of optional rules that players can add as they see fit to take their games to the next level. These include guidelines for Giants, War Beasts, Undead, Dwarves, Elves, Amphibious and Aquatic Creatures, Elementals, Structures, Siege, Terrain, Boats, and Heroes like Champions (Paladins, Rangers), Priests (Clerics, Necromancers), and Wizards. As their name suggests, the rules contained in this booklet are based on and inspired by the rules and concepts presented by genius writer and game designer H.G....

H.G. Wells' Little Wars
Regular price: $4.99
Bundle price:
 $2.44
Format:
 PDF
Originally written in 1913 by one of the greatest science fiction authors, this is a reprint of the book that gained H.G. Wells the title "Father of Modern Wargaming." Little Wars will appeal to science fiction fans, history buffs, students of politics and international affairs, wargamers, RPGers, and anyone else interested in the works of this great writer.  Skirmisher’s edition of Little Wars is divided into a Foreword, an Introduction, six Chapters, and an Appendix. Features of this edition include: Clear, authoritative, and entertaining text that reveals both the great mind and the sense of humor possessed by one of the world’s greatest science fiction authors. A complete miniatures wargame system that can be played as-is or used as the basis for other miniature...

H.G. Wells’ Floor Games
Regular price: $4.99
Bundle price:
 $2.44
Format:
 PDF
Often referred to as a companion volume to H.G. Wells’ wargaming classic Little Wars, Floor Games is a republication of "the Father of Miniature Wargaming’s" first volume devoted to recreational gaming. Highlights include a lighthearted, often humorous discussion on the theory and methodology behind a wide variety of "floor" and tabletop games and tips on the use and creation of improvised models, terrain, and other gaming props.  Skirmisher’s edition of Floor Games is divided into a Foreword, an Introduction, and four chapters: I) "The Toys to Have"; II) "The Game of the Wonderful Islands"; III) "Of the Building of Cities"; and IV) "Funiculars, Marble Towers, Castles, and War Games, But Very Little of War Games." Other features include: Foreword by reno...

Quactica: Battles for the Soul of Middle Aesopia
Regular price: $2.99
Bundle price:
 $1.46
Format:
 PDF
Quactica: Battles for the Soul of Middle Aesopia is an innovative set of miniatures rules by veteran game designer and miniatures sculptor Steve Lortz, author of the famous Perilous Encounters rules released by Chaosium in 1978. Set in a world inhabited by various races of anthropomorphic animals — including Ducks, Dwargs, and Porks — the Quactica rules tie in with a beautiful line of miniatures created by the late great Lortz and produced by Lance & Laser. This download includes a set of nine full-color miniatures that can be printed out either in color or black-and-white on cardstock; Quactica statistics for four different skill levels of Loonar Imperial Heavy Infantry and Loonar Imperial Archers on the one side and Pork Warriors, Gobbli...

Ragnarok: Age of Wolves
Regular price: $9.99
Bundle price:
 $4.88
Format:
 PDF
Ragnarok: Age of Wolves is a skirmish-level game for novice and experienced tabletop players alike that emulates the desperate small-scale actions that might result during the unending winter that is the first stage of the Viking Apocalypse. As crops fail and food grows scarce, banditry becomes rife as formerly good folk are driven to extremes and bad men take advantage of chaos and hardship. Monsters haunt the wilds and prowl the outskirts of palisaded settlement and isolated steading alike. Huldrfolk, never easy neighbors, but generally peaceful if left undisturbed, now move to defend their sacred groves and to seize places once devoted to gods who now seem absent. Trolls and their ilk gather, marauders sweep brigands and more into their bands, and whispers abound of gau...

Skirmish!
Regular price: $3.99
Bundle price:
 $1.95
Format:
 PDF
Skirmish! is a quick-to-learn, easy-to-set up game of combat that can played using almost any miniature figures to simulate small-scale battles. It is intended for both veteran and novice players and is simple enough to be a beginner's first wargame and versatile and expandable enough to satisfy more experienced gamers — especially those who want to pull some of their old toy soldiers out of a footlocker or the closet and use them in a game.<o:p></o:p> Skirmish! is designed for simplicity and playability. All that is needed to play Skirmish! are some miniature figures, a ruler or tape measure, and three standard, 6-sided dice. The basic rules can be read, a handful of soldiers selected, and a game set up in about 20 minutes, and in much less time than that for...

Stevenson At Play
Regular price: $1.99
Bundle price:
 $0.97
Format:
 PDF
Famous as the author of such great works of literature as Treasure IslandKidnapped, and Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, Robert Louis Stevenson was also a dedicated war gamer. Stevenson at Play, one of the lesser-known works of this “Grandfather of Modern Wargaming,” describes a complex strategic wargame that the author and his stepson, Samuel Lloyd Osbourne, played in the early 1880s.  Skirmisher’s edition of Stevenson at Play includes an Introduction by Osbourne, a Foreword by publisher and wargame designer Michael O. Varhola, and several period pieces of art, including some hand-drawn sketches by Stevenson himself. This download includes low-resolution screen-friendly and high-resolution...

Total value: $40.91 Special bundle price: $19.99 Savings of: $20.92 (51%)
Price: $40.91
          Offer - S&A small water chiller CWFL-800 for cooling 800W fiber laser engraver - Guangdong       Cache   Translate Page      
S&A small water chiller CWFL-800, specially designed for cooling 800W fiber laser, has superior & efficient cooling performance. It is produced by Guangzhou Teyu Electromechanical Co., Ltd (also known as S&A chiller), a professional Chinese water chiller manufacturer with 16-year experience. Featuring the cooling capacity of 3000W and the temperature stability of±0.5℃, S&A water chiller CWFL-800 is loaded with environmentally friendly refrigerant R-410a, which helps better protect the environment. With the dual temperature control system (low temperature control system & high temperature control system), S&A small water chiller CWFL-800 is able to cool the fiber laser device and the optics at the same time, greatly saving time and cost for the users. It is equipped with digital temperature controller ready to display water temperature or room temperature. S&A water chiller CWFL-800 is equipped with 15L water tank and CE, RoHS and REACH compliant with multiple power specifications. It is equipped with wire-wound filter and de-ion filter, which can effectively filter the impurities and the ion in the waterways. S&A small water chiller CWFL-800 has multiple alarm display functions, including compressor time-delay protection, compressor overcurrent protection, water flow alarm and over high / low temperature alarm, which can greatly protect the chiller unit. Purified water or clean distilled water is suggested to be used as circulating water of S&A chiller CWFL-800. Warranty is 2 year. CWFL-800 water chiller parameter: Voltage: 220V; Frequency: 50/60Hz; Refrigerant: R-22/R-410a Pump power: 0.55KW; Tank capacity:15L Max. lift: 45M; Max. flow: 70L/min N.W: 80Kgs; G.W: 90Kgs; Dimension : 78 X 47 X 89 cm (L X W X H); Packing dimension: 87 X 60 X 109 cm (L X W X H) About S&A Brand S&A(TEYU) was founded in 2002. After 16 years of developing and producing industrial water chillers, the headquarter covers an area of 18,000 square meters, and has about 250 employees. Why choose S&A Product Advantages: 1. With 11 patent certificates,CE, RoHS and REACH approval; Conforms to air transport requirements; 2 years warranty 2.±0.1℃ high precision temperature control, stable cooling performance, support ModBus-485 communication; 3. Establish logistic warehouses at USA and Europe; Manufacturing Advantages: 1.Independent R&D on sheet metal, evaporator, condenser and cores parts of chiller; 2. Annual output 60,000 units, product exports rate above 60%; 3. Standard bulk production, standard parts rate up to 80% ; 4. With excellent laboratory testing system, simulates actual working environment for chiller. CONTACT S&A SKYPE: teyuchiller ; Email:marketing@teyu.com.cn; Website: https://www.teyuchiller.com TEL:+86-20-89301885; FAX:+86-20-84309967
          Offer - S&A water chiller machine CWFL-500 for cooling 500W fiber laser cutting machine - Guangdong       Cache   Translate Page      
S&A water chiller machine CWFL-500, specially designed for cooling 500W fiber laser, is a cooling device with superior performance. It is produced by Guangzhou Teyu Electromechanical Co., Ltd (also known as S&A chiller), a professional Chinese water chiller manufacturer with 16-year experience. S&A chiller CWFL-500 features the cooling capacity of 1800W and the temperature control accuracy of±0.3℃. With the dual temperature control system (low temperature control system & high temperature control system), S&A water chiller machine CWFL-500 is able to cool the fiber laser device and the optics at the same time, greatly saving time and cost for the users. It is equipped with digital temperature controller ready to display water temperature or room temperature. S&A chiller CWFL-500 has two temperature control modes, including intelligent and constant temperature control modes. Under intelligent mode, the water temperature can automatically adjust itself according to the room temperature (the water temperature is generally 2℃ lower than the room temperature), which greatly avoid the generation of condensed water. S&A water chiller machine CWFL-500 is CE, RoHS and REACH compliant and has multiple alarm display functions, including compressor time-delay protection, compressor overcurrent protection, water flow alarm and over high / low temperature alarm, which can greatly protect the water chiller machine. Purified water or clean distilled water is suggested to be used as circulating water of S&A water chiller machine CWFL-500. Warranty is 2 year. CWFL-500 water chiller parameter: Voltage:110V-220V; Frequency: 50/60Hz; Refrigerant: R-22/R-410a Pump power: 0.55KW ; Tank capacity:10L Max. lift: 45M; Max. flow: 70L/min N.W: 50Kgs; G.W: 56Kgs; Dimension : 65 X 38 X 74 cm (L X W X H); Packing dimension: 79 X 51 X 93 cm (L X W X H) About S&A Brand S&A(TEYU) was founded in 2002. After 16 years of developing and producing industrial water chillers, the headquarter covers an area of 18,000 square meters, and has about 250 employees. Why choose S&A Product Advantages: 1. With 11 patent certificates,CE, RoHS and REACH approval; Conforms to air transport requirements; 2 years warranty 2.±0.1℃ high precision temperature control, stable cooling performance, support ModBus-485 communication; 3. Establish logistic warehouses at USA and Europe; Manufacturing Advantages: 1.Independent R&D on sheet metal, evaporator, condenser and cores parts of chiller; 2. Annual output 60,000 units, product exports rate above 60%; 3. Standard bulk production, standard parts rate up to 80% ; 4. With excellent laboratory testing system, simulates actual working environment for chiller. CONTACT S&A SKYPE: teyuchiller ; Email:marketing@teyu.com.cn; Website: https://www.teyuchiller.com TEL:+86-20-89301885; FAX:+86-20-84309967
          Offer - S&A Water Chiller Unit CWUL-10 for Cooling 10W UV Laser - Guangdong       Cache   Translate Page      
S&A water chiller unit CWUL-10, specially designed for 10W-15W UV laser, is a highly efficient refrigeration type cooling device. It is produced by Guangzhou Teyu Electromechanical Co., Ltd (also known as S&A chiller), a professional Chinese industrial chiller manufacturer with 16-year experience. S&A water chiller CWUL-10 is characterized by the cooling capacity of 800W and the temperature stability of±0.3℃. It has two temperature control modes, including constant temperature control mode and intelligent temperature control mode. Under intelligent mode, the water temperature can automatically adjust itself according to the room temperature (the water temperature is generally 2℃ lower than the room temperature), which greatly avoids the generation of condensed water. The temperature control range of S&A water chiller CWUL-10 is 5-35℃. S&A water chiller unit CWUL-10 is CE, RoHS and REACH compliant and has multiple alarm display functions, including compressor time-delay protection, compressor overcurrent protection, water flow alarm and over high / low temperature alarm, which can greatly protect the chiller unit. S&A water chiller unit CWUL-10 features big pump flow and big pump lift in addition to properly designed pipeline, which greatly avoids the generation of the bubble and stabilizes the laser output of the UV laser. Purified water or clean distilled water is suggested to be used as circulating water of S&A water chiller CWUL-10. Warranty is 2 year. CWUL-10 water chiller parameter: Voltage: 220V; Frequency: 50Hz; Refrigerant: R-134a Pump power: 0.05KW; Tank capacity:6L Max. lift:12M; Max. flow: 13L/min N.W: 24Kgs; G.W: 27Kgs; Dimension : 58 X 29 X 47 cm (L X W X H); Packing dimension: 70 X 43 X 58 cm (L X W X H) About S&A Brand S&A(TEYU) was founded in 2002. After 16 years of developing and producing industrial water chillers, the headquarter covers an area of 18,000 square meters, and has about 250 employees. Why choose S&A Product Advantages: 1. With 11 patent certificates,CE, RoHS and REACH approval; Conforms to air transport requirements; 2 years warranty 2.±0.1℃ high precision temperature control, stable cooling performance, support ModBus-485 communication; 3. Establish logistic warehouses at USA and Europe; Manufacturing Advantages: 1.Independent R&D on sheet metal, evaporator, condenser and cores parts of chiller; 2. Annual output 60,000 units, product exports rate above 60%; 3. Standard bulk production, standard parts rate up to 80% ; 4. With excellent laboratory testing system, simulates actual working environment for chiller. CONTACT S&A SKYPE: teyuchiller ; Email:marketing@teyu.com.cn; Website: https://www.teyuchiller.com TEL:+86-20-89301885; FAX:+86-20-84309967
          Offer - S&A air-cooled water chiller CW-5000 for cooling CO2 laser marking machine - Guangdong       Cache   Translate Page      
S&A air-cooled water chiller CW-5000 is a professional refrigeration type cooling device, which is widely used in cooling 100W CO2 laser, 300W-600W UV LED and 5KW spindle. It is produced by Guangzhou Teyu Electromechanical Co., Ltd (also known as S&A chiller), a professional Chinese industrial chiller manufacturer with 16-year experience. S&A air-cooled water chiller CW-5000 covers 50% market share of CO2 laser refrigeration market due to its superior cooling performance, precise temperature control, compact design and ease of use. It ranks the highest sales volume among all S&A refrigeration type water chillers and it is very popular in Europe, South America, Asia and other markets. Characterized by the cooling capacity of 800W and temperature control accuracy of ±0.3℃, S&A industrial chiller CW-5000 can bring down the temperature of the equipment very efficiently, greatly improve the working life and ensure the stable performance of the equipment. S&A chiller CW-5000 has two temperature control modes, including intelligent and constant temperature control modes. Under intelligent mode, the water temperature can automatically adjust itself according to the room temperature (the water temperature is generally 2℃ lower than the room temperature), which greatly avoid the generation of condensed water. Purified water or clean distilled water is suggested to be used as circulating water of S&A chiller CW-5000. Warranty is 2 year. CW-5000 water chiller parameter: Voltage:110V-220V; Frequency: 50/60Hz; Refrigerant: R-134a Pump power: 0.03KW/0.051KW/0.1KW; Tank capacity:6L Max. lift:10M-25M; Max. flow: 10L/min- 16L/min N.W: 24Kgs; G.W: 27Kgs; Dimension : 58 X 29 X 47 cm (L X W X H); Packing dimension: 70 X 43 X 58 cm (L X W X H) About S&A Brand S&A(TEYU) was founded in 2002. After 16 years of developing and producing industrial water chillers, the headquarter covers an area of 18,000 square meters, and has about 250 employees. Why choose S&A Product Advantages: 1. With 11 patent certificates,CE, RoHS and REACH approval; Conforms to air transport requirements; 2 years warranty 2.±0.1℃ high precision temperature control, stable cooling performance, support ModBus-485 communication; 3. Establish logistic warehouses at USA and Europe; Manufacturing Advantages: 1.Independent R&D on sheet metal, evaporator, condenser and cores parts of chiller; 2. Annual output 60,000 units, product exports rate above 60%; 3. Standard bulk production, standard parts rate up to 80% ; 4. With excellent laboratory testing system, simulates actual working environment for chiller. CONTACT S&A SKYPE: teyuchiller ; Email:marketing@teyu.com.cn; Website: https://www.teyuchiller.com/ TEL:+86-20-89301885; FAX:+86-20-84309967
          Offer - S&A Industrial Water Chiller CW-3000 for CNC Spindle Engraving Machines - Guangdong       Cache   Translate Page      
S&A industrial water chiller CW-3000 is thermolysis type professional cooling machine, suitable for cooling machine with small heat load. It is produced by Guangzhou Teyu Electromechanical Co., Ltd (also known as S&A chiller), a professional Chinese water chiller manufacturer with 16-year experience. Featuring 50W/℃ radiating capacity and 9L tank capacity, S&A portable water chiller CW-3000 is widely used for cooling CNC spindle engraving machine, laser engraving equipment and laser cutting equipment. It is characterized by effective cooling performance, compact design, energy saving and ease of use. S&A industrial water chiller CW-3000 has multiple power specifications and has got CE,RoHS and REACH approval, which makes it more available in the international trade. It is very popular in Europe, South America, Asia and other markets. With the water flow alarm and the ultrahigh temperature alarm, S&A industrial water chiller CW-3000 can be well protected. Note: Since it is a thermolysis type water chiller, its water temperature can’t be controlled and is related to the ambient temperature. Purified water or clean distilled water is suggested to be used as circulating water of S&A portable water chiller CW-3000. Warranty is 2 year. Specifications: Voltage:110V-220V; Frequency: 50/60Hz Tank capacity: 9L Max. lift:10M/70M; Max. flow: 2L/min, 10L/min N.W: 9.5Kgs/12Kgs; G.W: 12Kgs/14.5Kgs; Dimension : 49 X 27 X 38 cm (L X W X H); Packing dimension: 59 X 39 X 48 cm (L X W X H) About S&A Brand S&A(TEYU) was founded in 2002. After 16 years of developing and producing industrial water chillers, the headquarter covers an area of 18,000 square meters, and has about 250 employees. Why choose S&A Product Advantages: 1. With 11 patent certificates,CE, RoHS and REACH approval; Conforms to air transport requirements; 2 years warranty 2.±0.1℃ high precision temperature control, stable cooling performance, support ModBus-485 communication; 3. Establish logistic warehouses at USA and Europe; Manufacturing Advantages: 1.Independent R&D on sheet metal, evaporator, condenser and cores parts of chiller; 2. Annual output 60,000 units, product exports rate above 60%; 3. Standard bulk production, standard parts rate up to 80% ; 4. With excellent laboratory testing system, simulates actual working environment for chiller. CONTACT S&A SKYPE: teyuchiller ; Email:marketing@teyu.com.cn; Website: https://www.teyuchiller.com/ TEL:+86-20-89301885; FAX:+86-20-84309967
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Tobias Reymond Foto | Film magazine feature "Autumn has arrived! And it's a great time to present Albert Heijn soups and a new Unilever product with a veggie smoked sausage. The team also completed a lovely LaPlace tea and chocolate range for Jumbo supermarket, while HOOP breweries asked the studio to shoot their new Queen Bee beer. Isn’t she a beauty? She deserved some great shots. The new high-speed flash generators and sound laser triggers did the job in capturing dusty and splashy spuds for outdoor banner prints. Some clean-up for the aquarium was required, so a bit of Glassex jumping into the frame. Splashy, isn’t it? New Videos for Albert Heijn with the motion-control rig completed the Autumn-feeling. All studio assets were involved, including props, styling and in-house backdrop artist. Tobias Reymond Foto | Film could be your preferred supplier too!"

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Pour signifier notre présence à de potentiels extraterrestres, des chercheurs proposent de construire un laser puissant. À 20 000 années lumières, il montrerait aux aliens où nous sommes. [Lire la suite]
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Scientists want to build a laser that could guide an extraterrestrial civilization and bring them to Earth.
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Et si, plutôt que de concevoir un moyen d'aller à la rencontre de la vie dans l'espace, nous concevions un moyen de guider ladite vie jusqu'à la Terre ? Et par "nous", j'entends les chercheurs du MIT.

Coucou, on est là !

L'un d'entre eux assure en effet que la construction d'une balise laser spatiale, détectable à une distance maximum de 20 000 années-lumière, est tout à fait réalisable. Dans son étude, James Clark estime qu'en projetant un faisceau laser de 1 à 2 mégawatts dans un télescope de 30 à 45 mètres orienté vers l'espace, ce dernier serait suffisamment puissant pour se distinguer de la lumière infrarouge du soleil. Le scientifique va plus loin en expliquant qu'à terme, l'humanité pourrait même envoyer un message en Morse à l'aide d'impulsions. D'un point de vue technologique, nous sommes tout à fait capables de construire une balise de cette taille. À l'heure où nous écrivons ces lignes, l'Observatoire européen austral fait construire un télescope de 39 mètres au Chili. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WfpXP-MSYdc Reste la question : "on le met où ce laser ?" Pour James Clark, la Lune reste la meilleure solution. En effet, bien qu'il soit invisible à l'oeil nu, un faisceau laser d'une telle puissance peut endommager vos yeux, et brouiller les instruments de vol des appareils qui le traversent ou volent dans ses environs. Est donc envisagé de l'installer sur la face cachée de la Lune. Reste à espérer, si le projet abouti, que les formes de vie spatiales aient la technologie suffisante pour le détecter, ou comprendre le Morse.  
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WASHINGTON – Democrats were gaining significant ground in the battle for House control Tuesday night, while Republicans held onto their majority in the Senate as voters weighed in on the first nationwide election in Donald Trump’s turbulent presidency.

With control of Congress, statehouses and the president’s agenda at stake, some of the nation’s top elections were too close to call.

Democrats won half the seats they needed to claim House control with dozens additional competitive contests remaining. Victories in contested races across Florida, New York, Virginia, Pennsylvania and Minnesota gave them cause for optimism.

The Democrats’ narrow path to the Senate was slammed shut after setbacks in Indiana, Tennessee, North Dakota and Texas.

Trump’s team immediately sought to give him credit for retaining their narrow Senate majority, even as their foothold in the more competitive House battlefield appeared to be slipping.

“It’s a huge moment and victory for the president,” Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders told reporters at the White House Tuesday night.

Two issues more than any others were on voters’ minds. 25 percent described health care and immigration as the most important issues in the election, according to AP VoteCast, a national survey of the electorate. Nearly two-thirds said Trump was a reason for their vote.

Democrats, whose very relevance in the Trump era depended on winning at least one chamber of Congress, were laser-focused on health care as they predicted victories that would break up the GOP’s monopoly in Washington and state governments.

The political and practical stakes were sky-high.

Democrats could derail Trump’s legislative agenda for the next two years should they win control of the House. And they would claim subpoena power to investigate Trump’s personal and professional shortcomings.

Some Democrats have already vowed to force the release of his tax returns. Others have pledged to pursue impeachment, although removal from office is unlikely so long as the GOP controls the Senate or even maintains a healthy minority.

Yet Trump’s party will maintain Senate control for the next two years, at least.

In Texas, Sen Ted Cruz staved off a tough challenge from Democrat Beto O’Rourke, whose record-smashing fundraising and celebrity have set off buzz he could be a credible 2020 White House contender.

In Indiana, Trump-backed businessman Mike Braun defeated Democratic incumbent Joe Donnelly. And in Tennessee, Congresswoman Marsha Blackburn defeated former Gov. Phil Bredesen, a top Democratic recruit.

In the lead-up to the election, Republicans privately expressed confidence in their narrow Senate majority but feared the House could slip away. The GOP’s grip on high-profile governorships in Florida, Georgia and Wisconsin were at risk as well.

Long lines and malfunctioning machines marred the first hours of voting in some precincts, including in Georgia, where some voters reported waiting up to three hours to vote in a hotly contested gubernatorial election. More than 40 million Americans already had voted, either by mail or in person, breaking early voting records across 37 states, according to an AP analysis.

Nearly 40 percent of voters cast their ballots to express opposition to the president, according to AP VoteCast, the national survey of the electorate, while 1 in 4 said they voted to express support for Trump.

Overall, 6 in 10 voters said the country was headed in the wrong direction, but roughly that same number described the national economy as excellent or good.

Trump encouraged voters to view the first nationwide election of his presidency as a referendum on his leadership, pointing proudly to the surging economy at recent rallies.

He bet big on a xenophobic closing message, warning of an immigrant “invasion” that promised to spread violent crime and drugs across the nation. Several television networks, including the president’s favorite Fox News Channel, yanked a Trump campaign advertisement off the air on the eve of the election, determining that its portrayal of a murderous immigrant went too far.

The president’s current job approval, set at 40 percent by Gallup, was the lowest at this point of any first-term president in the modern era. Both Barack Obama’s and Bill Clinton’s numbers were 5 points higher, and both suffered major midterm losses of 63 and 54 House seats respectively.

Democrats needed to pick up two dozen seats to seize the House majority and two seats to control the Senate.

Democratic Sens. Joe Manchin in West Virginia and Tammy Baldwin in Wisconsin won re-election. And in New Jersey, Democrats re-elected embattled Sen. Bob Menendez, who, less than a year ago, stood trial for federal corruption charges. The Justice Department dropped the charges after his trial ended in an hung jury.

Democrats’ performance in the House battlefield was mixed.

In Virginia, political newcomer Jennifer Wexton defeated two-term GOP Rep. Barbara Comstock. The Republican incumbent had been branded Barbara “Trumpstock” by Democrats in a race that pointed to Trump’s unpopularity among college-educated women in the suburbs.

In south Florida, former Health and Human Services Secretary Donna Shalala defeated Republican Maria Elvira Salazar.

Democrats failed to defeat a vulnerable incumbent in Kentucky, where Republican Rep. Andy Barr won over former Marine fighter pilot Amy McGrath.

All 435 seats in the U.S. House were up for re-election, although fewer than 90 were considered competitive. Some 35 Senate seats were in play, as were almost 40 governorships and the balance of power in virtually every state legislature.

Meanwhile, several 2020 presidential prospects easily won re-election, including Sens. Bernie Sanders of Vermont, Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts, Sherrod Brown of Ohio, Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand of New York and New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo.

Trump spent the day at the White House, tweeting, making calls, monitoring the races and meeting with his political team.

He and the first lady were to host an evening watch party for family and friends. Among those expected: Vice President Mike Pence and former House Speaker Newt Gingrich, an informal adviser to the president.

Tuesday’s elections also tested the strength of a Trump-era political realignment defined by evolving divisions among voters by race, gender, and especially education.

Trump’s Republican coalition is increasingly older, whiter, more male and less likely to have a college degree. Democrats are relying more upon women, people of color, young people and college graduates.

Women voted considerably more in favor of their congressional Democratic candidate – with fewer than 4 in 10 voting for the Republican, according to VoteCast, a nationwide survey of more than 113,000 voters and about 20,000 nonvoters – conducted for The Associated Press by NORC at the University of Chicago.

In suburban areas where key House races will be decided, voters skewed significantly toward Democrats by a nearly 10-point margin.

The demographic divides were coloring the political landscape in different ways.

Democrats were most optimistic about the House, a sprawling battlefield set largely in America’s suburbs where more educated and affluent voters in both parties have soured on Trump’s turbulent presidency, despite the strength of the national economy.

Democrats faced a far more difficult challenge in the Senate, where they were almost exclusively on defense in rural states where Trump remains popular. Democratic Senate incumbents were up for re-election, for example, in North Dakota, Indiana, and Missouri – states Trump carried by almost 25 percentage points on average two years ago.

History was working against the president in the Senate: 2002 was the only midterm election in the past three decades when the party holding the White House gained Senate seats.

Democrats boasted record diversity on ballots.

Three states could elect their first African-American governors, while several others were running LGBT candidates and Muslims. A record number of women were running for Senate, House, governorships and state legislative seats.


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Οι επιστήμονες θέλουν να κατασκευάσουν ένα λέιζερ που θα μπορούσε να καθοδηγήσει έναν εξωγήινο πολιτισμό στον πλανήτη μας.

Μια νέα ερευνητική εργασία από έναν μεταπτυχιακό φοιτητή του ΜΙΤ επισημαίνει ότι η ανθρωπότητα θα μπορούσε να κατασκευάσει ένα λέιζερ υπέρυθρων ακτίνων που θα μπορούσε να είναι τόσο θερμές και φωτεινές, ώστε να προσελκύσει εξωγήινους που έχουν στόχο να αποικίσουν σε κοντινούς μας πλανήτες. Ο Τζέιμς Κλαρκ, ο συγγραφέας της εργασίας, αναφέρει πως αυτή η καινοτομία «θα μπορούσε να έχει επιτυχία».

«Ακούγεται δύσκολο εγχείρημα, αλλά όχι αδύνατο», συνεχίζει. «Τα είδη των λέιζερ και των τηλεσκοπίων που κατασκευάζονται σήμερα μπορούν να παράγουν ένα ανιχνεύσιμο σήμα, έτσι ώστε ένας αστρονόμος ενός ξένου πολιτισμού να μπορεί να κοιτάξει τον πλανήτη μας και να δει αμέσως κάτι ασυνήθιστο για το φάσμα του»

Η μελέτη, η οποία δημοσιεύθηκε στο The Astrophysical Journal , προειδοποιεί ότι η πιθανότητα επαφής είναι χαμηλή με τη τρέχουσα τεχνολογία, αλλά η πρόοδος τα  επόμενα χρόνια θα μπορούσε να την καταστήσει δυνατή. 

Στην έρευνα σημειώνεται ότι ένα λέιζερ με ισχύ 1 έως 2 μεγαβάτ, που προέρχεται από ένα τηλεσκόπιο μήκους τουλάχιστον 100 ποδιών στοχεύοντας στο διάστημα, θα μπορούσε να προσελκύσει την προσοχή άλλων πολιτισμών μέχρι και 20.000 ετών φωτός μακριά από τη Γη.

Παρά τον ενθουσιασμό της κατασκευής ενός τέτοιου εγχειρήματος , υπάρχουν εγγενή προβλήματα ασφαλείας, είπε ο Clark, συμπεριλαμβανομένης της εγγενής δύναμης που πηγάζει από το λέιζερ 

Μια προσπάθεια, πάντως, αυτής της φιλόδοξης ιδέας, δεν πρόκειται να βλάψει κανέναν. Ούτε τους «ντόπιους», ούτε τους «ξένους».

Πηγή: Phys. org


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Humanity could advertise its presence to potential intelligent aliens in our cosmic neighborhood via a powerful laser beacon, a new study suggests.
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November 2018: Anthropologie has teamed up with Paperless Post on a limited edition collection of 13 whimsical digital invitations for holiday. 

 

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June 2018: Online personal shopping service Stitch Fix has just introduced two new exciting exclusive collections this month: DJ by DANNIJO and Tanya Taylor. Simply request the brands in your next Fix. This is the first time Dannijo is available at this price point (under $100).  

 

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June 2018: Fitness guru Tracy Anderson has teamed up with G.I.L.I. with Jill Martin on her first ever activewear line for QVC! The collection is priced $24.50-$167, and includes bodysuits, high-waisted leggings, French terry jogger pants, duffel bags and more. Basically, everything you need to crush your work out.

 

“I want women to feel great while working out," Anderson said in the release. 

 

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June 2018: J.Crew and Madewell have launched collabs with the Human Rights Campaign (HRC) for Pride Month. 50% of the sale price of limited-edition Love First tees, socks, totes and more will benefit the civil rights organization that ensures LGBTQ people are safe, equal and free in every community. We'll shop to that!

 

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May 2018: Pam & Gela has teamed up with virtually fitting room platform Style.me. Now, when you shop the site you can actually see how clothes will fit for your size and measurements. The technology is amazing! It tells you exactly what size to buy, and where the garment might be too tight or too lose. This is a game changer.

 

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May 2018: If you consider yourself a Star Wars fan, then here's some new merch to add to your collection. Cult leggings brand Terez recently dropped a Star Wars-themed collection that includes ridiculously cool styles for women and girls. If you've never worn Terez leggings, you need to treat yourself ASAP. They're super stretchy and soft and you'll never want to take them off.

 

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April 2018: Lilly Pulitzer and Sugarfina have launched three new bento boxes together: Lilly’s Butterflies, Palm Beach Pineapples, and Pink Flamingos. The boxes come with three candy types in a Lilly-printed box and retail for $30. Perfect for Mother's Day!

 

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May 2018: Madewell has teamed up with crewcuts on a mommy and me matching collection just in time for Mother's Day and spring. The line features a sweet strawberry print on 8 pieces for mom (think breezy dresse and lots of denim) and 3 matching girls' styles, priced $12 for a bandana to $148.

 

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May 2018: Sprinkles is once again teaming up with Casamigos to offer a limited edition Margarita cupcake just in time for Cinco De Mayo. In each Sprinkles location nationwide the key lime flavored cupcake infused with George Clooney and Rande Gerber’s award winning tequila and topped with key lime frosting will be available from now until May 13th.

 

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April 2018: If you're ready to free your feet from boots and booties, then jump on the new Dr. Scholl's x Urban Outfitters sandal collection ASAP. The collab just launched and includes two cute slide sandals in 6 fun and perfect-for-summer colors and patterns. Even better, both styles are under $75! Snag a pair or two fast before these babies sell out!

 

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March 2018: Spiritual Gangster, the carefree Cali brand beloved by Jennifer Lopez, Alessandra Ambrosio, Emma Roberts and more, has teamed up with Cleobella on a limited-edition run of handbags and tees benefiting Feeding America and CARE.org, which empowers women in South East Asia. We love the tie dye clutches, laser cut bags and "Wander With Love" tanks.

 

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February 2018: Nicky Hilton just released the most adorable mommy + me capsule collection with Tolani. The mama of two has been hard at work! The collection features 20 styles, all 100% silk, in both women’s and girls’ sizing that range in price from $48-$248. Shop tops, shorts and dresses in colorful prints--perfect for the beach.

 

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January 2018: Just in time for Valentine's Day, LeSportsac teamed up with Hershey's on a delectable collection of chocolate-inspired bags and accessories. I mean, can we all just take a minute to appreciate this amazing Hershey kiss wristlet?! Does it get any cuter?? Add a few of these sweet accessories to your V-Day wish list ASAP!

 

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January 2018: In celebration of her birthday today, Rachel Roy is releasing a limited edition, “Birthday Kindness Is Always Fashionable LOVE Collection” and 100% of all proceeds will be donated to World of Children. World of Children® improves the lives of vulnerable children by funding and elevating the most effective change makers for children worldwide and is a charity that Rachel loves. “For my birthday I would like to give the gift of what I love the most, the chance for all children & families around the world to thrive. With each LOVE style purchased, you are participating in a solution!” she tells us.

 

The collection includes a leather bag, denim embroidered jacket, t-shirt and cargo pants.

 

 

 

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Krysten Ritter has teamed up with international DIY brand We Are Knitters on 8 knitting kits, including a doggie sweater, leg warmers and an infinity scarf. Priced $70 to $129, it's the perfect holiday gift for the crafter in your life.

 

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December 2017: To celebrate the upcoming release of "Star Wars: The Last Jedi," brands like Old Navy, Evine and Havaianas have released limited-edition gear such as flip-flops, watches, tees and more. The perfect gift for every Star Wars fan on your list. 

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Update: The bottles have officially launched, but sold out almost immediately online this morning. You can still purchase them at all Lilly Pulitzer stores, as well as select Lilly Pulitzer signature stores, Lilly Pulitzer at the Breakers Palm Beach and at The Ritz Carlton Amelia Island. Good luck!

 

Lilly Pulitzer has teamed up with S’well again on a limited-edition collection launching just in time for holiday! The collaboration hit online and in stores 12/1 and features three bottles: two 17 oz. in Multi The Swim and Royal Lime Tiki Palm for $40, as well as a 25 oz. in You Gotta Regatta print for $50. If you missed this collaboration last time around, now's the perfect time to stock up--not to mention, gift the prepster in your life.

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Huda Beauty has teamed up with Tweezerman on a special edition beauty tool collection that is perfect for holiday gifting. The collection features Huda Beauty’s signature lip prints on the award-winning Slant Tweezer ($26) and Mini Slant Tweezer ($17), a Tweezer and Mirror duo ($34), and a Slant Tweezer, Brow Shaping Scissors & Brush, 10x Mirror and Cosmetic Bag kit ($65).

 

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November 2017: If you're as excited about the movie The Greatest Showman as we are, here's some exciting news: Zendaya, one of the film's stars, teamed up wtih Aqua on a seriously stunning collection just in time for the holidays. Featuring gorgeous special occasion dresses and accessories, these pieces have holiday party written all over them. Even better? The line is super affordable. Everything is under $200! Get your hands a few pieces before they sell out!

 

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November 2017: Looking to upgrade your loungewear collection? Here's some good news. Cosabella partnered with home decor brand, DwellStudio, on a limited-edition collection of seriously stylish PJs. Not only are they super comfy and high quality, but the prints are so pretty. If you still need a cute set to wear on Christmas morning, this is it!

 

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November 2017: Calling all beauty lovers! MAC partnered with legendary jewelry designer Robert Lee Morris on a limited edition holiday collection of MAC classics housed in exquisitely designed new packaging. The collection includes Mattene Lipstick, Pro Longwear Powder/Pressed, Powder Blush and a selection of makeup brushes encased in stunning matte black and gold. Consider yourself warned--this beautiful collection will sell out fast!

 

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November 2017: Just in time for the holiday gifting season, Veuve Clicquot teamed up with designer Charlotte Olympia on a stunning holiday gift box. The outside features luxe gold lettering, while the leopard print inside houses a special edition bottle of Veuve Clicquot’s La Grande Dame 2006 champagne. Perfect for any hostess, you'll want to snag this gem before they're all gone.

 

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October 2017: Just in time for all the festive gatherings on your social calendar, L.K. Bennett partnered with Preen on a stunning collection of dresses and separates for the holiday season. Standouts includes a shimmering pink sequin dress and a gorgeous printed wrap dress that already received Olivia Palermo's stamp of approval.

 

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October 2017: Longtime partners Keds and Kate Spade have teamed up on their first-ever line of baby, toddler and kids' footwear. The line includes four color options--silver, rose gold, cream and navy--and each pair comes with two sets of laces; one ribbon lace and one cotton lace. The line is priced $40-$60 and includes crib sizes 1-4, little kid sizes 5-10, and big kid sizes 10.5 - 6.


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October 2017: Stitch Fix has teamed up with Jason Wu to offer five exclusive GREY Jason Wu designs for Stitch Fix clients, starting the end of October and running as long as supplies last. Stitch Fix x GREY Jason Wu includes 3 exclusive dress styles and 2 exclusive tops, all priced $225-$395, sizes 0-14.

 

"I’ve always been fascinated by the influence technology has on fashion, so I am thrilled to collaborate with a brand that’s at the forefront of modern retail," Jason says of the collaboration. 

 

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October 2017: 7 For All Mankind and Splendid have teamed up with ‘Superinfluencer’ Danielle Bernstein of @WeWoreWhat on an exclusive capsule collection for Bloomingdales. The "elevated athleisure" line features 13 pieces from simple crop tops to ruffled shirting, lace-up sweatpants and bustier-detail sweatshirts. It retails for $54-$229 and just launched today! Trust us--you'll want it ALL. 

 

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October 2017: Draper James and Jack Rogers have teamed up again to give your shoe game a major prep update this holiday. Their new embroidered flats ($98) come in Midnight with "Hello Darlin'" on the toes, and in Black with "Pretty Please." The perfect gift for any Southern belle or stylish homebody on your list.


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October 2017: In honor of Breast Cancer Awareness month, Bloomingdale’s partnered with artist, Donald Robertson, on a customized, limited-edition S’well bottle. $19 from each sale will benefit the Breast Cancer Research Foundation.

 

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September 2017: Just in time for fall and all those holiday festivities on your calendar, Stella & Dot teamed up with Rebecca Minkoff on a seriously stunning collection of statement jewelry. We're talking gorgeous earrings, of-the-moment chokers and an amazing chunky bracelet coming in November. Quantities are limited, so shop ASAP! 

 

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September 2017: Just in time for the 4th season of "Broad City," comes a gift line of products that Abby and Ilana would definitely get behind: pins, a "Carpe Dayum" journal, stickers, notecards, and more. Fans of the show will appreciate the heaps of in-show jokes and references. It's the perfect holiday gift for your bestie. Yas kween!

 

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September 2017: Dustin Lynch x Evine: The country singer, who just released his third album, Current Mood, is launching his new clothing collection at Evine, called “Stay Country." Price $35 to $75, the line features cold shoulder tees, jean jackets and embellished denim. 

 

Shop the line when it debuts on Evine on September 25th at 7PM ET and again on September 26th at 10AM ET and 2PM ET.

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September 2017: Spring has teamed up with eBay on a storefront full of incredibly cool brands (think Rag & Bone, Chloe, Mango, Vans and more). This is shopper's paradise. 

 

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September 2017: RACHEL Rachel Roy just released a limited edition "Choose Love" collection that benefits the World of Children international charity. 20% of all proceeds from her LOVE leather bag ($198), cashmere hate ($45), cashmere scarf ($68) and denim jacket ($159) will benefit the cause.

 

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August 2017: Forever 21 has teamed up with LA-based curator Sami Miro on a limited edition 10-piece collection of tees, sweatshirts, track pants, mini skirts and more. The pieces are black, red and white and feature bold graphics and details reminiscent of racing stripes. Vroom!

 

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August 2017: Calling all 90s babies! LeSportsac teamed up with Nintendo on the most amazing collection of bags and small accessories ever. I'm talking a GameBoy Pouch, a mushroom-inspired coin purse and more. Once you finish geeking out, be sure to snatch up one of these limited-edition goodies before they're gone. Shop now >>

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July 2017: Brit + Co just launched a collection of planners exclusively on Target that will put you in a really, really good mood. The line, which is totally customizable and priced $1.99-$14.99, is super colorful and not to mention motivational (Pinterest-worthy phrases like "You Got This" and "Everything Is Possible" are abound). Plus, a free Brit + Co class comes with each purchase!

 

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July: Lululemon has collaborated with The Class by Taryn Toomey on an 11-piece limited edition collection of leggings, crops and bras, knit wraps and even a ribbed leotard. Priced $48- $108, the ballet-inspired line is getting snatched up quick.

 

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July 2017:  Calling all nail color obsessees! Sally Hansen teamed up with Crayola on a colorful, limited-edition nail color collection featuring fun shades like Wild Strawberry, Granny Smith Apple, Dandelion and more. The collection launches on July 1, 2017!

 

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June 2017: Banana Republic teamed up with textile company Piece & Co. on a limited-edition, responsibly produced Summer collection that helps support female artisans abroad. The African-influenced pieces beautifuly blend BR's signature style with hand-crafted fabrics sustainably produced by female-led artisan groups in Ghana and South Africa. Prices start at $24 and the collection is only available while supplies last.

 

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June 2017: Tocca just released their Voyage Collection exclusively on Blue Mercury of 5 destination-themed scents: Bora Bora (vanilla and jasmine), Capri (grapefruit and melon), Marrakesh (patchouli and amber), Montauk (salt air and cucumber), and Valencia (orange blossom and bergamot). Each fragrance comes in a 10 oz. candle ($42), a 3 oz. candle ($20), a hand soap ($20) and hand lotion ($22). The next best thing to actually taking a trip!


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June 2017: cooper & ella has teamed up with DREAM hotels and some of your favorite style bloggers--Krystal Bick of This Time Tomorrow, Grace Atwood of The Stripe and Christine Cameron of My Style Pill on a line of kaftan, tunics and pareos in three signature prints. The collection is priced $55-$88 and is absolutely irresistable for summer.

 

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June 2017: Pepsi's new premium water, LIFEWTR, just launched their Series 2 bottles, featuring designs by emerging female artists Trudy Benson, Lynnie Z and Adrienne Gaither. We love these chic bottle designs and the fact that they empower female artists everywhere--not just the ones on the bottles. Girl power!

 

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May 2017: The Hello Kitty Loungewear collection just dropped at Target.

 

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May 2017: Calling all ban.do diehards! The L.A.-based lifestyle brand just announced their limited-edition collab with, wait for it, Starbucks! The 10-piece assortment of drinkware and accessories will be available starting May 16 at Starbucks locations throughout Australia, Singapore, Thailand, Hong Kong, Cambodia, Taiwan, South Korea, and China. Based in the US, but want to get your hands on these limited-edition items? Visit bando.com/Starbucksgiveaway on May 16th to enter to win some ban.do x Starbucks merch!

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May 2017: Step aside, rose gummy bears: green juice gummies are the next big thing! Sugarfina has teamed up with Pressed Juicery on the first-ever green juice gummy bears made with apple, lemon, ginger, and greens. They're natural, fat free and already trending on Instagram. Grab 'em before they sell out like the rose ones!

 

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May 2017: Race to Erase MS founder Nancy Davis teamed up with EVINE's bestselling watch brand Invicta on an exclusive Peace & Love collection of watches (with changable bands!), bracelets, rings and necklaces. 

 

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May 2017: Artist Jeff Koons has created a collectible tin for Kiehl's (as well as a public art installation in New York!) in honor of National Missing Children’s Month (May). Additionally, Kiehl’s will donate 100% of net profits from the sales of any Midnight Recovery Collection product, up to $100,000, to the International Centre for Missing & Exploited Children. Gotta love that!

 

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May 2017: Havaianas and Baby2Baby just launched an exclusive Mommy & Me collection designed by Jessica Alba and Jenna Dewan Tatum with 100% of proceeds benefiting Baby2Baby. Priced $22-$34, the flip flops come in women’s sizes 6-12 and kid's sizes toddler 9-youth 4. 

 

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May 20167: Funny girls Erin and Sara Foster have partnered with Fridababy to create a series of hilarious Mother’s Day cards (they're all downloadable!). The LOL-worthy limited-edition cards truly encapsulate what everyone is thinking about the holiday. 

 

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May 2017: The much-anticipated Evoté nighttime skincare collection has launched at EVINE. Based off the scientific fact that beauty sleep is a real thing, the Evoté line's patent pending 12hr BioComplex transforms skin while you snooze. Grab any or all of the products-- the cleanser, neck & décolleté cream serum, eye cream,  lip treatmen or hydrating mask--and you'll see results instantly. 

 

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April 2017: Reese Witherspoon's Draper James has teamed up with cult shoe brand Jack Rogers on a limited edition line of sandals--and they're selling fast! Shop 'Hello Darlin'' slides and 2 other sweet-as-pie styles priced $128-$148. 

 

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May 2017: Calling all S'well lovers! The trendsetting bottle company teamed up with famed textile designer John Robshaw on two limited-edition bottles featuring Robshaw's stunning prints. The bottles are sold as part of a 'summer essentials kit' that includes a stunningly soft John Robshaw towel and the printed bottle in a pretty beach tote.

 

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April 2017: Havaianas has teamed up with Disney to create the exclusive Disney Millennial collection. The limited edition styles feature exclusive prints of your favorite Disney characters like Beauty and the Beast, The Nightmare Before Christmas, The Muppets and Alice In Wonderland.

 

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April 2017: Dr. Scholl's teamed up with Anthropologie on four exclusive styles just in time for warm spring/summer weather! Featuring sandals, wedges and a pair of slip on sneakers, these are the only new shoes you need to make it through the season in style.

 

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March 2017: Everyone on Instagram, from bloggers to former Bachelorette stars, is wearing the Touche LA x Morgan Stewart workout line. The latest drop from Rich Kids of Beverly Hills star Morgan Stewart includes solid-colored sports bras, leggings and bomber jackets in very cool bold colors like red, robin's egg blue and white. Now I know what you're thinking, white isn't necessarily an eye-catching color, but when you wear just a white sports bra with matching white leggings (à la Something Navy pictured here), you deserve all the medals, double-taps, whatever. 

 

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March 2017: Comic Con girls, rejoice! Havaianas has teamed up with Marvel on a collection of women's (plus men's and kid's) Superhero flip flops. Grab a slim pair adorned with Captain America, Spider-Man, Iron Man and more for $30. 

 

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March 2017: If you're heading to Coachella next month or have any other plans for festival season, this sunglasses collab has you covered. Quay teamed up with Jasmine Sandersaka Golden Barbie, on a line of festival-inspired sunnies including cool gold reflective aviators and cat-eye frames with pretty sunset-inspired faded lenses. 

 

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March 2017: OPI just launched their island-inspired Fiji collection. The 12-piece range includes colors like "Do You Sea What I Sea?" (ocean blue) and "Polly Want a Lacquer?" (lavender). 

 

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March 2017: Since everyday is women's day, Kiehl's will donate 100% of net profits (up to $25,000) of their Kiss For The Cure Limited Edition Butterstick Lip Treatment Duo to breast cancer organization Bright Pink.

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March 9, 2017: When you buy Urban Decay's bestselling Eyeshadow Primer Potion in the new shade Fix, 100% of the purchase price will be donated to women's empowerment nonprofits selected by The Ultraviolet Edge, Urban Decay's global initiative to empower women

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April 2017: Essie just teamed with Monique Lhuillier on a line of gorgeous bridal polishes for spring. The gel couture line features six new shades--"Lace To The Altar" (iridescent ivory), "Dress Is More" (sheer white), "Blush-Worhty" (peony pink), "Sage You Love Me" (dusty gray), "To Have & To Gold (metallic rose gold) and "Berry In Love" (plum red). All retail for $11.50 and last up to 14 days (aka, through the honeymoon!). 

 

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March 2017: Babies of the 90s are freaking that the new "Power Rangers" drops in less than a month (Elizabeth Banks and Bryan Cranston star!), and now fashion girls have a reason to celebrate, too: DANNIJO just launched an exclusive, under $150 jewelry line for the film. Bloggers like Chriselle Lim, We Wore What and Holland Roden are already obsessed. 

 

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March 2017: In honor of beloved child author Dr. Seuss' birthday on March 2, aka “Read Across America” day, Target has released a line of infant and toddler apparel as well as a special book promotion on all Dr. Seuss titles until March 11. Yay--a reason to fall in love with Dr. Seuss stories all over again.  

 

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March 2017: TOMS teamed up with WildAid Panda on a limited-edition collection of shoes for men, women and children. The proceeds from this collection will benefit conservation programs that help protect the remaining 2,000 giant pandas around the world.

 

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March 2017: Brazilian footwear brand Melissa just added two new styles to their Jason Wu collaboration for spring summer 2017: the Diane ($79) and Wonderful ($95). As always, the shoes are 100% plastic, vegan and waterproof.

 

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Another year, another column...

Sorry I've been away so long, but I'm thrilled to be back compiling the bits to render judgment on another year of home entertainment. Unfortunately, the biggest takeaway from 2011 and the flaming out of the home video juggernaut that kept the studios awash in big bucks for decades is the fact that the studio's just aren't spending the money to create new bonus features for their discs. The days of being awed by hours of in-depth and eye-opening supplements are clearly over and even the best of this year's Blu-ray featured largely re-purposed content from previous editions. Even when Universal would re-cycle their old laserdisc docs on DVD, it wasn't totally disappointing because the bonus features on those old CAV laser sets were incredible. Jaws, anyone?

Of course, there are exceptions to the rule and it was mostly Criterion that was creating the best new supplements (and fabulously detailed liner notes) as the studios continue to labor under their market research that says people don't care about behind-the-scenes material or, equally worse, it's relegated to ephemeral BD-Live supplements. Now, I don't know about you, but the reason I love Blu-ray is because it's archival, it's another reason unlike a lot of you, I love the digi-book. I lurve it, actually! The digi-book screams certain movies are important, writ large, not just to be dropped into another slipcase where all discs are created equal and The Godfather can sit comfortably alongside Harold & Kumar Go To White Castle and there's no sense of distinction between true classics and crap. It says these movies deserve to go on a bookcase and not just be slid into an A/V rack in your closet. You could say digi-books like the carpet in The Big Lebowski really tie the room together.

To me, I will always want to own my favorite movies on disc, just like my favorite novels (of course, I said this about CDs - and I gave up on owning those silver platters a long time ago) so digital downloads and streaming will never give me the satisfaction of having a beautifully mastered, well packaged version of my favorite classics and guilty pleasures in my permanent collection where I know they'll always be at my fingertips when I want them whether the wi-fi is down, Netflix lost the license or my wife wants to watch the Kardashians. Unfortunately, 2011 did give me the wistful feeling that I am slowly going to find myself amongst the ranks of those who collected laserdsics and that hard goods will eventually become a niche medium for cinephiles and that makes me sad... even as I dream of quadruple-dipping for 4K versions of my favorite movies in a few years.

Anyway, despite the fact that there was nothing that can be ranked alongside such milestones as The Alien Anthology (other than, well, The Alien Quadrilogy, which was largely a re-port of the previous greatest DVD set of all-time), Lord of the Rings (which was a re-port of the previous second greatest DVD set of all-time), The Planet of the Apes Cycle (other than, well, Rise of the Planet of the Apes which is a fine Blu-ray from Fox, but certainly nothing that will be looked back as an apex for the format) there are still some truly great discs that came out this past year so whaddya say we get to it so you can start hurling your slings and arrows sooner than later.

1. CITIZEN KANE (Warner Bros)

I first saw Citizen Kane on 16mm in high school and it wouldn't be an understatement that it changed my life. I know some people complain about having to flip a disc rather than have it uber-compressed on some super long films, but imagine watching half of Citizen Kane and having to wait two days to see the rest of it. It was agonizing. Subsequently, I've owned Citizen Kane on every format from VHS to laser to DVD and now Blu-ray and while I loved the old Warner Bros DVD, the new set from Warner Bros is just incredible. The restoration was worth the wait and while there's really no new supplemental material to speak of other than a few odds and ends (all appreciated) nor the inclusion of Pauline Kael's seminal Citizen Kane Book, it doesn't really need it. The old Bogdonovich and Ebert commentaries were great - and still are. RKO 247 is a welcome, if insubstantial bonus treat, while The Battle Over Citizen Kane is the real meat of the supplemental features and pretty much covers everything that needs to be said about the film. I'm one of those people who really does believe Citizen Kane is the greatest movie of all-time (sorry, Phantom Menace fans) and it's a thrill to see Warner Bros give it this loving re-release. Until the 4K disc shows up, my desire to have the definitive version of Kane on disc has been sated. Rosebud!

2. THE SOCIAL NETWORK (Sony)

While collaborations like Spielberg and John Williams are few and far between, there are equally few in the world of making-of materials that have stood the test of time; Laurent and Spielberg, de Lauzirika and Scott and, to me, one on equal par is Prior and Fincher, who is potentially the most problematic as Fincher so dislikes talking about his own work. Social Network is probably not only the best movie of 2010, it's certainly the best new release of 2011 with a beautiful hi-def transfer, great audio commentaries by both Fincher and the always listenable Aaron Sorkin and terrific bonus features that do the movie justice including the riveting How Did They Ever Make a Movie of Facebook? feature-length doc. Great movies like Social Network in true Starship Troopers tradition always beg the question, would you like to know more? In this case, I did and my questions were answered by the great supplemental package included in this sterling release.

3. SWEET SMELL OF SUCCESS (Criterion)

How I wished for years that The Sweet Smell of Success would finally get the treatment it deserved on home video and, at last, my prayers were answered with this near-perfect version of Alexander MacKendrick's classic noir. Besides a transfer that puts the old MGM/UA DVD to shame, there's a great 1986 doc about MacKendrick, The Man Who Walked Away, another doc in which the brilliant James Wong Howe discusses cinematography and a video interview with Neal Gabler about Walter Winchell, who served as the not so thinly veiled inspiration for Burt Lancaster's J.J. Hunsecker. Packaged beautifully with some stunning cover art and the original title treatment which is a doozy, Sweet Smell of Success is easily one of the best catalog titles of the year, not only for its supplemental features, but the movie itself which as Sydney Falco once uttered, is like a cookie laced with arsenic.

4. BLOW OUT (Criterion)

Sure, Scarface got the buzz this year in Blu-ray circles, but let's face it, Blow Out is DePalma's best film. Pauline Kael's darling, DePalma, has never made a true masterpiece, but Blow Out comes closest to being one (yes, I love Untouchables too, but masterpiece, not really). That said, I've always been a fan and he may be one of the most fascinating contemporary directors working today with one foot in classic cinema and one foot in today and there's really no other director still working today other than Spielberg who can match his visual artistry. Other than Bonfire of the Vanities, even DePalma's misfires are always fascinating to watch, even if much of it amounts to derivative depravity as in the case of film's like Body Double and Dressed To Kill. Blow Out though is truly a great film, despite its echoes of Antonioni's Blow-Up and the Blu-ray comes fully stocked, including a fascinating early college film of DePalma, Murder a la Mod. Although the best bonus feature might be Noah Baumbach's one-on-one interview with DePalma which proves sometimes the best special features don't require any bells and whistles but can just showcase two directors sitting down and talking about their art.

5. STAR WARS: THE COMPLETE SAGA (20th Century Fox/Lucasfilm)

A conundrum, this one. Had Lucas actually included the original, untampered films on these discs, it would have easily have been the number one release of the year (even with The Phantom Menace amongst them), but it's just impossible to laud these discs too much when they remain such a slap in the face to the fans who, well, all ran out and bought them anyway. I'm the first to admit the hypocrisy and I'm also convinced these original versions will eventually be re-issued when there's more money to be gleaned from them, especially with Lucas' having shot his proverbial wad with this set which milked the Lucasfilm archives of virtually every last unreleased piece of material. Given the original films were made the in the 70s and early 80s, where EPK and behind-the-scenes footage was minimal at best, it's truly incredible that Lucas had the foresight to document the making of his films as well as he did. And these sets are beautifully packaged with some exceptional bonus material including deleted scenes from every film, although it's the original trilogy that boasts the real treasure trove here. Even the collection of Star Wars Satires which I thought was a ludicrous inclusion is actually pretty entertaining and well-done. Honestly, I haven't watched the prequels yet (and probably never will) other than to see how the CGI Yoda looked, but I can tell you the original films look great (but you knew that already) and this set is a welcome part of my collection that will remain tucked in next to my Star Wars: Definitive Collection laserdiscs as long as Lucas refuses to release the original movies... or laser rot feeds on them like the Sarlaac Pit. Either way, WTF with that idiotic scream he added? I've seen George speak several times, I've adored many of his films and I just can't understand how such a smart man can be so stupid. I realize there are compelling financial reasons why he chooses not to release the original versions of the films (which people in the know are privy too), but why he does things like add noooooo to Darth Vader watching the Emperor turn Luke into French toast, I'll never be able to fathom. That said, I love this set - against my better judgment. And I got a real kick out of Lego Star Wars: The Padwan Menace which is a lot of fun and an enjoyable chaser for the heaviness of the trilogies.

6. STANLEY KUBRICK: LIMITED EDITION COLLECTION (Warner Bros.)
    THE KILLING (Criterion)

It was a good year for Stanley Kubrick on Blu-ray. Two of my favorite Kubrick's finally got their Blu-ray unveiling, Lolita and the underrated Barry Lyndon as part of yet another great Warner Bros set devoted to the late master. But even better was Criterion's release of Kubrick's seminal noir, The Killing, which includes one of the greatest bonus features ever: another movie. In this case, Kubrick's Killer's Kiss, which doesn't warrant a purchase on its own, but here is a welcome addition to this stellar Criterion release laden with a strong supplemental package and the requisite comprehensive liner notes, including a rare interview with Sterling Hayden.

7. BROADCAST NEWS (Criterion)

Getting repetitive I know, but I've had to put up with Fox's crappy Broadcast News DVD for over ten years so to have Criterion finally give this Jim Brooks' masterpiece its due as a gorgeous Blu-ray release which includes an array of deleted scenes included a wisely excised ending involving Holly Hunter and William Hurt as well as a swell documentary about James L. Brooks and an inter view with Susan Zirinsky, one of the inspirations for Holly Hunter's hard-driving producer. Start spreading the news, baby. Worth the wait.

8. X-MEN: FIRST CLASS (Fox)

Matthew Vaughn's surprisingly nifty X-Men prequel is like Mad Men with superheroes, evoking the wit and sophistication of early Bond. It's a true geek treat and while the Blu-ray itself isn't exhaustive, there's enough new material that makes it an essential purchase.

9. BLUE VELVET (MGM/Fox)

I remember seeing Blue Velvet for the first time at the Boston Film Festival and awaiting eagerly for the introduction by David Lynch who stepped on stage and said This movie changed my sex life forever and then proceeded to leave, never to be seen on stage again. Disappointing, yes. But the film that followed was not. A twisted and delightfully depraved Hardy Boys adventure, Blue Velvet has never gotten particularly great treatment on home video. And the new BD inherits most of the bonus material previously seen on the DVD. The real fun here is a mess of recently unearthed deleted scenes as well as a scathing Siskel & Ebert review of the film which makes this disc a hoot.

10. PULP FICTION/JACKIE BROWN (Miramax/Lionsgate)
      KISS ME DEADLY (Criterion)

While I have been somewhat disappointed with what Lionsgate has been doing with the old Miramax library for the most part, the long awaited release of Pulp Fiction and Jackie Brown on Blu-ray was more than welcome. Although most the material is re-purposed (and looks that way, regrettably), there are a few new featurettes that are more than worth your time. I particularly like new critics' retrospectives roundtable in which several film critics discuss both films and the Tarantino ouvere fairly candidly. Moderator Elvis Mitchell does his usual fine job keeping the conversation lively and there are also a few new interviews with the cast, the most interesting being John Travolta finally debunking some of the myth regarding him playing the Welcome Back, Kotter board game with Tarantino. Definitely the real meat here are the movies themselves which both look great. Love to see Reservoir Dogs, still my favorite Tarantino film, get a revisit along with the long rumored deleted scenes that almost got re-issued a few years back. And speaking of glowing suitcases, another Criterion disc that lit me up, along with its great retro pulp cover art, was Kiss Me Deadly, Robert Aldrich's Cold War-infused noir which is, by far, the greatest and most twisted Mike Hammer film ever to hit celluloid. And Criterion loads it up with its usual array of exhaustive bonus features and copious liner notes. If only Pulp Fiction had gotten this kind of love. Maybe one day or 4K.

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HONORARY MENTIONS: SCARFACE (Universal) gets a nice new release with my favorite special feature being the inclusion of the original Paul Muni gangster film. The old laserdisc set had some great documentaries on the film and is replaced by some slighter, less impressive featurettes which deal with the film's prominent place in pop and hip-hop culture than the actual making of the film. THE COEN BROTHERS COLLECTION (Fox) features some great films - although there's nothing particularly special about what Fox has done with the new titles. That said, it marks the Blu debut of my favorite Coen Brothers film, Miller's Crossing, so I've included it here anyway. JURASSIC PARK: ULTIMATE TRILOGY (Universal) feature all three films of varying quality, the best being the first, which is still overrated, but notable for much of what it does right and even the second film has a virtuoso Spielberg suspense scene in which the modern master channels his inner Hitch as the characters try and crawl their way up from a splintering glass windshield as it dangles precariously over a ravine. But enough with the kids in jeopardy already. New bonus features are edifying, particularly the new Spielberg interviews, but how many times do we need to see wire frame models of dinosaurs. Love that Spielberg finally addresses the dangling unresolved Wayne Knight subplot from the first film. JEAN HARLOW: 100th ANNIVERSARY COLLECTION (Warner Archives) is Warner Archives video-on-demand release of several Harlow classics (and some not) including: Saratoga, Bombshell, Girl From Missouri, Restless, Suzy, Riffraff and Personal Property. My favorite Harlow film, Red Dust is MIA due to its impending restoration, but it's a nice tribute to the blonde bombshell who is an unsung hero of early cinema. FARSCAPE (A&E/New Video) gets an acceptable up-convert of its standard def series. And even though upconversion to HD will never do the medium true justice, A&E fills the disc with such a nice selection of bonus materials including a new HD doc, Memories of Maya and 31 audio commentaries (yes, 31!), who can really quibble. CUL DE SAC (Criterion) more yummy Polanski goodness from Criterion although rumor has it the real Polanski gem is heading to Criterion this year. Hmm, what could that be - and what have you done to its eyes?

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With the Fallout 76 beta approaching its final days and its release date ever looming, we’ve had enough time with the game to start gathering our collective thoughts together and make sense of it all. For those who have access to the beta or were given codes by their friends, but not had a chance to play it yet, there are still a couple of dates left where you can get a head start on your adventure outside of Vault 76. This guide will go over the essentials: the beta start dates and times, Fallout 76’s release date, and the system requirements in order to play the game.

Fallout 76 beta dates, start times, how to join the Fallout 76 beta

Initially, the Fallout 76 beta was only available to those who pre-ordered the game. Obviously I don’t personally condone that sort of behaviour as there’s no guarantee that the game will be any good.

  • Fallout 76 PC beta release date: Tuesday, October 30th

There is now another way for those who didn’t pre-order to access the game before launch. Players on PC who accessed the beta on the week of October 30th will have received some beta codes to distribute to their friends. If you know anyone who played the game at this time, chances are they may still have some Fallout 76 beta codes, so try to ask them very nicely if you want to play. Once you do, you can get some tips to get you started in our [cms-block]. Some of our team have already formulated some thoughts on Fallout 76 based on the time they’ve had with the game so far:



You can download the beta right now, however there are certain times when the game is live during this beta period. Many of these play sessions have come and gone, but there are still a couple of sessions this week for those wanting to get in on the action. If any more sessions are announced, we will be updating the very second that Bethesda say so.

Fallout 76 PC beta start times in US, UK, and EU

Fallout 76 Beta PeriodWest Coast USA (PT)East Coast USA (ET)UK (GMT)EU times (CET)
Tuesday 6th November10am - 12pm1pm - 3pm6pm - 8pm7pm - 9pm
Thursday 8th November11am - 5pm2pm - 8pm7pm - 1am8pm - 2am

The first PC beta was a bit of a disaster thanks to the Bethesda launcher re-downloading the entire game. Since people may not have been able to download the game’s files before the beta period closed, Bethesda extended the following beta period as a way of an apology. Subsequent beta periods have performed a lot better, though there are still some issues you may face like humanoid enemies striking a T-Pose or stuttering. This is the beta after all.

Fallout 76 PC release date

Once the beta period is over, you’ll have to wait until November 14th for Fallout 76’s release date. The game will be available either digitally via the Bethesda Launcher, or one of the physical editions. The special “Tricentennial Edition” also includes the following items:

  • Tricentennial Power Armor Customization for the T-51, T-45, T-60, and X-01 Power Armors.
  • Tricentennial Weapon Customization for the 10MM Pistol, Hatchet, and Laser Rifle.
  • Spectacularly Handsome Vault Boy Mascot Head.
  • Patriotic Uncle Sam Outfit.
  • Celebratory Vault Boy Saluting Emote.
  • First-Class Tricentennial Workshop Posters.
  • Tricentennial Commemorative Photo Frame.

Fallout 76 PC system requirements

Whether you are playing either the beta or the full game on its release date, they both have the exact same system requirements. In the official FAQ for the Fallout 76 beta, the file size of the beta version is 45GB, though the full version of the game will extend this to 60GB via a 15GB update in the Bethesda Launcher.

Performance is going to be a rather big factor, so you’ll want to get the best frame rates possible. In order to give you a threshold as to the performance you can expect from your system, I’ve put both the minimum and recommended specs in full below:

Fallout 76 minimum specs

  • Requires 64-bit processor and operating system
  • OS: Windows 7/8/10 (64-bit OS required)
  • Processor: Intel Core i7 4790 3.6 GHz/AMD Ryzen 3 1300X 3.5 GHz or equivalent
  • Graphics: NVIDIA GTX 780 3GB/AMD Radeon R9 285 2GB or equivalent
  • Memory: 8 GB RAM
  • Storage: 60 GB of free disk space

Fallout 76 recommended specs

  • Requires 64-bit processor and operating system
  • OS: Windows 7/8.1/10
  • Processor: Intel Core i7-4790 3.6 GHz / AMD Ryzen 5 1500X 3.5 GHz
  • Graphics: Nvidia GTX 970 4GB / AMD R9 290X 4GB
  • Memory: 8 GB RAM
  • Storage: 60 GB of free disk space

That’s everything we have for you for details on the game’s beta and release date. With the release date coming thick and fast, we’ll be producing a fair few guides in order to get you started with making your mark in Appalachia. For details about the new diseases and mutations, go to our [cms-block] and [cms-block] guides, while our [cms-block] guide has plenty of specific information about the major change to upgrading your character’s abilities.


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          Rock, Paper, Shotgun: Fallout 76 beta dates and start times, release date, system requirements      Cache   Translate Page      

With the Fallout 76 beta coming to an end and its release date fast approaching, we’ve had enough time with the game to start gathering our collective thoughts together and make sense of it all. For those who have access to the beta or were given codes by their friends, but not had a chance to play it yet, there are still a couple of dates left where you can get a head start on your adventure outside of Vault 76.

Fallout 76 beta dates, start times, how to join the Fallout 76 beta

Initially, the Fallout 76 beta was only available to those who pre-ordered the game. Obviously I don’t personally condone that sort of behaviour as there’s no guarantee that the game will be any good, but there is now another way for those who didn’t pre-order to access the game before launch.

Players on PC who accessed the beta on the week of October 30th will have received some beta codes to distribute to their friends. If you know anyone who played the game at this time, chances are they may still have some Fallout 76 beta codes, so try to ask them very nicely if you want to play. Once you do, you can get some tips to get you started in our [cms-block]. Some of our team have already formulated some thoughts on Fallout 76 based on the time they’ve had with the game so far:



  • Fallout 76 PC beta release date: Tuesday, October 30th

You can download the beta right now, however there are certain times when the game is live during this beta period. Many of these play sessions have come and gone, but there are still a couple of sessions this week for those wanting to get in on the action. If any more sessions are announced, we will be updating the very second that Bethesda say so.

Fallout 76 PC beta start times in US, UK, and EU

Fallout 76 Beta PeriodWest Coast USA (PT)East Coast USA (ET)UK (GMT)EU times (CET)
Tuesday 6th November10am - 12pm1pm - 3pm6pm - 8pm7pm - 9pm
Thursday 8th November11am - 5pm2pm - 8pm7pm - 1am8pm - 2am

The first PC beta was a bit of a disaster thanks to the Bethesda launcher re-downloading the entire game. Since people may not have been able to download the game’s files before the beta period closed, Bethesda extended the following beta period as a way of an apology. Subsequent beta periods have performed a lot better, though there are still some issues you may face like humanoid enemies striking a T-Pose or stuttering. This is the beta after all.

Fallout 76 PC release date

Once the beta period is over, you’ll have to wait until November 14th for Fallout 76’s release date. The game will be available either digitally via the Bethesda Launcher, or one of the physical editions. The special “Tricentennial Edition” also includes the following items:

  • Tricentennial Power Armor Customization for the T-51, T-45, T-60, and X-01 Power Armors.
  • Tricentennial Weapon Customization for the 10MM Pistol, Hatchet, and Laser Rifle.
  • Spectacularly Handsome Vault Boy Mascot Head.
  • Patriotic Uncle Sam Outfit.
  • Celebratory Vault Boy Saluting Emote.
  • First-Class Tricentennial Workshop Posters.
  • Tricentennial Commemorative Photo Frame.

Fallout 76 PC system requirements

Whether you are playing either the beta or the full game on its release date, they both have the exact same system requirements. In the official FAQ for the Fallout 76 beta, the file size of the beta version is 45GB, though the full version of the game will extend this to 60GB via a 15GB update in the Bethesda Launcher.

Performance is going to be a rather big factor, so you’ll want to get the best frame rates possible. In order to give you a threshold as to the performance you can expect from your system,

Fallout 76 minimum specs

  • Requires 64-bit processor and operating system
  • OS: Windows 7/8/10 (64-bit OS required)
  • Processor: Intel Core i7 4790 3.6 GHz/AMD Ryzen 3 1300X 3.5 GHz or equivalent
  • Graphics: NVIDIA GTX 780 3GB/AMD Radeon R9 285 2GB or equivalent
  • Memory: 8 GB RAM
  • Storage: 60 GB of free disk space

Fallout 76 recommended specs

  • Requires 64-bit processor and operating system
  • OS: Windows 7/8.1/10
  • Processor: Intel Core i7-4790 3.6 GHz / AMD Ryzen 5 1500X 3.5 GHz
  • Graphics: Nvidia GTX 970 4GB / AMD R9 290X 4GB
  • Memory: 8 GB RAM
  • Storage: 60 GB of free disk space

That’s everything we have for you for details on the game’s beta and release date. With the release date coming thick and fast, we’ll be producing a fair few guides in order to get you started with making your mark in Appalachia. For details about the new diseases and mutations, go to our [cms-block] and [cms-block] guides, while our [cms-block] guide has plenty of specific information about the major change to upgrading your character’s abilities.


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          Here’s What I Made (Finally) With My Glowforge Laser Cutter      Cache   Translate Page      
When I lifted the lid on the Glowforge laser cutter to reveal the family portrait engraved on a wooden jigsaw puzzle, it brought a smile to my face like few other tech products I’ve used before. This simple project—enabled by a very complex machine—was a long time coming, but it was worth the wait. I […]
          What Could Go Wrong With Voting Machines on Election Day?      Cache   Translate Page      

Ed Felten has hacked into many, many voting machines over the years, because he wants Americans to know that the technologies we use to record votes can be dangerously porous. A professor of computer science and public affairs at Princeton University and the director of the Center for Information Technology Policy, he served as the deputy chief technology officer of the United States under President Barack Obama and now studies issues of government transparency and cybersecurity, with a special focus on voting and election security. In a recent interview for Slate’s technology podcast If Then, Felten described the problems that have plagued voting machines for years, why much of the technology has remained outdated, and what he’s worried about in 2018.

Listen to If Then by clicking the arrow on the audio player below, or get the show via Apple Podcasts, Overcast, SpotifyStitcher, or Google Play.

April Glaser: You first started hacking into voting machines in the late ’90s at Princeton, if I’m correct. What were those machines and what flaws did you see then? Are we still seeing the same problems today?

Ed Felten: We see a lot of the same problems today that we’ve seen in the past, and mostly because the machines have not been upgraded in many places. What we found back then was really two things. First of all, there were fundamental vulnerabilities because of the use of paperless computer systems in voting. That’s a risky thing to do in itself. Then on top of that, the systems that were actually out there in the field were not very well secured.

In some places in the U.S., there are new machines in use that are more secure, but in a lot of places, including my own home state of New Jersey, we’re still using the same old equipment as we have for a long time.

Glaser: You saw some of these voting machines were actually for sale on eBay back then, right? Is that still the case?

It still is, yeah. When a state or county switches machines or they take some out of service, they typically will sell them for surplus. So you can buy them on eBay and other places. That’s how we got a lot of the early machines that we study.

Glaser: I remember reading back in 2008 that one of the voting machine manufacturers actually threatened to take legal action against you for studying and testing the security of these machines. Has your research led to a hardening of these voting machine technologies?

I think the long-term impact of the research that my team and others have done has been more to get states and counties to switch to more secure systems. But that happens very slowly. We still have something like 30 percent of U.S. voters are voting on systems that are suspect by design.

Will Oremus: Before we get into the problems with the current machines, I wanted to ask what’s maybe a really basic question. But what does it look like to hack a voting machine? Is it a person standing there at the ballot box in front of the machine and doing stuff to it? Is it that they’re tapping in somehow remotely? When you hack them, what does it look like, and what might it look like if this were to actually happen in an election?

When we study a machine, we first kind of take it apart in our lab to understand everything about it. Then we try to figure out how someone might be able to modify the machine or the results. That typically involves just changing the software on the machine. Literally just installing a software upgrade or update that wasn’t authorized by the manufacturer that causes the machine to do something else. So usually it involves either having hands on the machine, physically hands on somewhere. It might be in the warehouse where the machine is kept, or it might also involve, if the machine has some kind of networking or wireless capability, breaking into it that way.

Glaser: Have we seen instances of hacked voting machines? I know that there’s been problems with the technology having bugs or not working right. But have we seen instances of hacking?

We don’t have confirmed cases in the U.S. of hacking that affected elections. As you said, we’ve seen quite a few examples of errors or things that shouldn’t have happened happening, but we haven’t seen those sorts of errors. But then again, part of the problem is that it would be hard to tell because the vulnerable machines don’t keep the kind of records you would need to keep in order to be sure that there wasn’t a problem.

Oremus: I was going to ask, is it just that we don’t know and it probably has happened, or are there actual barriers that have prevented this from happening? If it hasn’t happened, what’s the obstacle that has kept it from happening, you think?

I think the factor that has kept it from happening is that the people who have the capability of doing it have not chosen to manipulate an election. We knew in 2016, we’ve known before that there are people who have the capabilities to mess with voting machines, but they just haven’t so far. We can count ourselves lucky, but we shouldn’t stay in this position where we have to rely on the bad guys choosing not to act.

Glaser: Yeah, that’s quite unsettling. We know earlier this month, Texas officials charged that early votes intended to go to Beto O’Rourke instead went to Ted Cruz, and the voting machines, which are the eSlate machines made by Hart Intercivic, had switched the votes. I remember reading that those voting machines were running on something like 2007 software. Is this something that voters should really worry about? That is such ancient software.

There are a lot of voting machines, electronic voting machines, that run old software. That’s true in Texas. That’s true in Georgia. It’s true in New Jersey and a bunch of other places. Typically, these machines don’t have their software updated very often, and that has something to do with cost and maintenance issues, and also that software updates, in some cases, need to be certified through a slow and expensive process, which pushes people away from actually doing that. So all the more reason not to have to rely on this software being correct.

Oremus: What was the issue in Texas? I couldn’t get full clarity on that. Do you have a good understanding, do you think, of the vote-flipping or vote-switching bug?

As I understand it, it’s a usability problem, a user interface problem. This particular voting machine has a strange interface where there’s a sort of wheel that the voter can turn, and then a button to press to record their choice. Apparently if users go faster than the machine anticipates, you can get unexpected results. This kind of points to another issue that folks have had with electronic voting machines, which is often there are usability problems that cause more voters to leave the voting booth not having cast the vote they thought they did than we really want.

Oremus: That’s the argument, of course, for the paper trail, right?

A paper trail helps. Really for electronic voting, a paper trail is the most important safeguard because it creates another record of the vote, which the voter saw. The thing about paper is that it’s less surprising in how it behaves than computers can be. You kinda know that if you take a pencil or pen and make a mark on a piece of paper and put that paper in a box, and then you come back later and look at the paper again, it will still have the same marks on it. That’s not necessarily the case with a computer, right? If a computer records some information and then you come back later, it might have changed. That’s just the nature of how computers work. So, paper trail is the most important safeguard we need against all of these sorts of problems, whether it be malice, or error, or usability. Paper trail helps with all of those.

Oremus: My state, Delaware, just recently approved new voter machines that do have a paper trail. But should we be thinking about going all the way back to just pure paper? The whole push toward voting machines really gained momentum after Bush v. Gore with the hanging chads in Florida. Paper obviously has its own problems. What’s the optimal solution, do you think, at this point?

From my standpoint, I think the best system is one that keeps both paper and electronic records. You have a paper record, which the voter saw and verified, and you also have an electronic record. The benefit of having both is that each one has its pros and cons from the standpoint of reliability or security, but if you keep them both and then check them for consistency against each other, then you’re in the best position to detect a problem if there is one. A good example of a system like that is an optical scan system where the voter marks a paper ballot and then the voter feeds that into a scanner in the polling place, and the scanner keeps an electronic record. So best practice No. 1 in the polling place is to have a voter-verified paper record, along with an electronic record. And then best practice No. 2 is to actually compare them by a statistical audit after the election.

Glaser: Are there federal standards that voting machine companies have to adhere to in any way? Because it seems like they should work already, that they shouldn’t be switching votes or have these usability issues.

There are federal standards, and most of the states have voluntarily adopted the federal standards. But those standards are old and they’re not very comprehensive. Some of the machines may have been certified against the standard that existed when the machine was new, and so those could be standards that are quite old and might not have much of anything about security or usability in them. Back in the day, the standards were really written thinking about the old-fashioned, big metal lever machines. The federal government and the whole policy process is still kind of catching up in terms of standards.

Glaser: You worked at the White House under the Obama administration. I’m curious, why wasn’t there more progress on this issue then, or when will we see progress on this issue? I know it was only in January 2017 that election systems were designated as critical infrastructure like the electrical grid is, that they would get federal protections.

One of the core challenges here is that elections are really run by the states and counties as opposed to being run or managed in a centralized way. The federal government can set standards, but at the end of the day, it’s your county clerk, probably, who is the most important person for the operation of voting in the place where you vote. Because it’s so decentralized, and because these things are run by officials who often don’t have a lot of technology expertise available to them, it’s very difficult to get coordinated action across the whole country. So what we’ve seen over the past, say, 15 years as the security of voting machines has come into focus as an issue is slow progress as more and more states and counties adopt more secure practices. But it’s going be quite a while, probably, before we move forward. There have been efforts to pass federal legislation in this space. There’s a bill called the Secure Elections Act, which is now pending. But things tend to move slowly.

Glaser: The voting machine industry, I’m reading, is like a $300 million a year industry. And according to some fantastic reporting from Kim Zetter in the New York Times Magazine, there’s this revolving door between voting machine vendors and election officials. I’m curious if one of the reasons why we’re not seeing updates on the local level is that there may be a corruption issue.

I don’t know if there is clear corruption, but there is a tight community of people who are involved in election administration, whether on the vendor side or the election official side. I think the concerns about the cybersecurity of elections have been pretty slow to percolate into that community. This is not unusual to the voting machine space. You see a lot of different industries and sectors that are slow to catch on to how serious the security problems they face could be. Often it takes someone in a sector getting burned before the sector really wakes up and starts to take cybersecurity more seriously. We certainly don’t want to be in a situation where someone in the voting space or election space has to get burned before we take this more seriously.

Oremus: I know one thing that election security experts have been concerned about for a long time is that the software in these systems is proprietary, so you have these different private companies making the voting machines, building the software. And when researchers say, Hey, can we see your software and make sure it’s safe, make sure it doesn’t have bugs in it?, they say, No, you can’t see it. Is that still a problem today and has there been any progress in getting them to open that up or moving toward a more open-source approach?

There have been some efforts to make open-source voting software, but the major vendors are still operating in a closed-source way. This really comes down to what are the contracts that states and counties sign when they buy systems, because the degree of freedom that they have to inspect or reverse-engineer or analyze the systems depends on what’s in the contracts. Sometimes there are terms in there that say thou shall not examine or do security analysis on a system. That’s obviously, in my view, not something that a public official should be signing for a technology like this. There are other situations where officials insist on having more ability to inspect. Many of the most usable studies of voting machine security have come about because of officials who put their foot down and insisted on more freedom to have the machines tested.

Oremus: Yeah, it seems like maybe one dimension of this is a problem with technological literacy on the part of the representatives at the state and local levels who maybe don’t have the information needed to evaluate these systems as they’re making these decisions on behalf of the public.

It’s true there’s not a great deal of information that officials have about how the machines work or about the security. Certainly a lot of decisions have been made in the past that officials might regret now. But, budgets being tight, it’s not easy to admit error and spend another pile of money on new systems. The good news in this area is that I think it’s now pretty clear that the goal should not be to have systems that need to be bulletproof in terms of their security. The goal instead should be to have an overall system that is resilient so that if something goes wrong with the software, if it behaves strangely, that you have something to fall back on, you have a paper ballot, you have an audit or recount capability so that whatever goes wrong, you’ll be able to recover and at the end of the process, voters will be able to have confidence that you got the result right in the end.

Glaser: What’s your biggest concern for the 2018 election? What are you worried about this time around?

Well, it’s the same worry that we’ve had in past election cycles, unfortunately. It’s partly what happens if somebody tries to manipulate the systems and change the result of the election. But, as in 2016, there’s probably greater concern about the possibility that someone will try to undermine confidence in the election to try to undermine the legitimacy of the process by trying to cast doubt on the result. That could mean just trying to cause chaos in some way and then trying to spread rumors about misbehavior or spread conspiracy theories.

The worst outcome that I think that I feared in 2016, and the thing that is the biggest concern in this cycle, is that at the end of Election Day we genuinely won’t know who the voters wanted to put in charge, because we don’t have really a road map for dealing with that kind of uncertainty. The whole point of an election or the way we should think about election processes and security is that the goal is to produce convincing evidence as to what the voters wanted to do. If we’re in a situation where we don’t have convincing evidence pointing in either direction, and yet it’s the end of Election Day—and there really are not do-overs in American elections—then we’re in a difficult situation. I think that’s the thing that I would worry about the most.


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Last week, President Trump spoke about his intention to eliminate birthright citizenship via executive order. It didn’t get a great reception. Trump’s ability to eliminate an established constitutional protection through presidential writ was immediately rejected not just by constitutional experts but by Republican Speaker of the House Paul Ryan as well.

“Well, you obviously cannot do that,” Ryan said in a radio interview one week before Election Day. “You cannot end birthright citizenship with an executive order.”

The president didn’t waste much time throwing his ally of convenience to the wolves. “Paul Ryan should be focusing on holding the Majority rather than giving his opinions on Birthright Citizenship, something he knows nothing about!” Trump tweeted. “Our new Republican Majority will work on this, Closing the Immigration Loopholes and Securing our Border!”

There was much more to this spitting match than an academic dispute over the president’s constitutional authority. The kerfuffle exposed a point of tension between House Republican leaders, who are scrambling to preserve their majority (or at least limit the Democrats’ majority), and the president, who is using immigration as a wedge issue, primarily to keep the Senate and thereby save himself face.

Since the moment he got word that a “caravan” of poor migrants fleeing violence in Central America was heading (very, very gradually) toward the United States border to request asylum, the president’s messaging has been laser focused on a dystopian, racist, and lie-ridden portrayal of immigration horrors to come. He has directed the Defense Department to send troops to the border, as a stunt, and warned that the migrants might throw rocks at the troops. He has tweeted racist ads implying that the so-called caravan is filled with violent criminals and argued (“argued”) that this is what Democrats want. He says, with no evidence, that terrorists have embedded themselves within the caravan, while his henchmen on cable news take the alarmingly racist next step of suggesting the caravan will bring smallpox and leprosy into the country.

There are two compelling explanations for why cranked-up immigration fearmongering is the president’s exclusive closing message. The first, and most obvious, is that it’s the only thing the president knows how to do. He does not know how to persuade undecideds, only how to rile up his base, and conspiratorial shrieking about nonwhite immigrants is the president’s “signature issue.”

But if we’re feeling generous and granting Trump strategic motives, the second explanation is the president is using immigration to ensure he’ll have a branch to hold onto if the blue wave crashes over him.

That branch is the Senate. Recognizing a few weeks ago that the prospects for the House were slim, the president turned his focus almost explicitly to the Senate. Senate Democrats are defending a lot of deep-red turf this year, and ensuring maximal Republican base turnout should be enough to allow Republicans to keep, and quite likely increase, their control of the chamber. The immigration kookery, though, may well be having the opposite effect in House battlegrounds. This explains why Paul Ryan, rarely one to chastise the president in public, would be willing to challenge his birthright-citizenship position just before Election Day. As Politico reported, Ryan called the president on Sunday urging him, per Politico’s paraphrase, to “please, please talk up the booming economy in the final hours before Election Day.” Trump told Ryan he’d prefer sticking to immigration.

Trump’s immigration message has improved Democrats’ positions in various House districts that Republicans felt comfortable in just a few weeks ago, particularly those Texas, Florida, and California districts with significant Hispanic populations.

“His homing in on this message is going to cost us seats,” a senior House GOP campaign source told Politico. “The people we need to win in these swing districts that will determine the majority, it’s not the Trump base; it’s suburban women, or people who voted for [Hillary] Clinton or people who are not hard Trump voters.”

And yet, Trump is knowingly focusing on the Senate at the expense of the House. His inability to persuade, after all, is an extension of his insecurity. He doesn’t want to bother changing the minds of those who don’t like him. He’d rather troll them and focus on making those who already love him love him even more.

Doing whatever he can to maintain or expand the Republican Senate majority, even if it worsens the House outlook, gives Trump his out the day after the election. The White House already has its spin blueprint in place: They will portray Trump as the “savior of Republicans in the Senate” on Wednesday. In reality, Trump will deserve far less credit for this than the lopsidedly target-rich Senate environment for Republicans. But if Republicans hold the Senate, Trump will claim credit for it anyway and use it as the foundation for a typically bad-faith macro argument that the “blue wave” petered out.

And his excuse for Democrats taking the House? It will be Paul Ryan’s fault, obviously.


          Your Election Day Podcast Playlist      Cache   Translate Page      

Congratulations, you made it to Election Day! After months (maybe years?) of Twitter fights and mind-numbing debates on cable news, you’re finally heading to the polls to cast your ballot in one of the most tightly watched midterm elections in modern history.

Voting lines can get long, so we’re here to help you pass the time and stay informed. Below you’ll find a list of 10 Slate podcasts to listen to while you wait at your polling place.

1. The “She’s Running” Edition

Ever since Donald Trump’s election, many women across the country have been angry, to put it mildly. And they’re translating that anger into action: In addition to marching and canvassing, there’s a record number of women seeking political office this year. It’s why The Waves, our podcast on feminism, gender, politics, and culture, released a special episode for the midterms.

This episode, which was a collaboration with Glamour magazine, features Waves regulars Hanna Rosin and Christina Cauterucci talking with Celeste Katz, senior political reporter for Glamour, and Latifa Lyles—vice president of the National Network to End Domestic Violence, member of the D.C. Democratic State Committee, and former Obama administration official.

Listen to the episode here, or get the show via Apple Podcasts, Overcast,