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| Industrialist Sanjeev Gupta buys U.S.-based KCI for $320 million Cache Translate Page ||LONDON, Dec 3- British industrialist Sanjeev Gupta's privately owned GFG Alliance has signed a deal to acquire U.S.-based steel wire producer Keystone Consolidated Industries for $320 million. In October, it bought steel plants in the Czech Republic, Romania, Macedonia and Italy from top global steelmaker ArcelorMittal in a deal that doubled its worldwide...|
| Griffin, Elijah J. Cache Translate Page || Visitation 1pm-5pm Thur. Dec. 6, 2018 at the Christian Benevolent Funeral Home and Fri. Dec. 7, 2018 9am-11am funeral hour at the Macedonia Baptist...|
| ITU signs a new development contract with the European Triathlon Union Cache Translate Page ||ITU is pleased to announce it has signed the Development Grant contract with the European Triathlon Union (ETU) for the year 2019.
“I am really proud and excited with this contract, that will allow, once more, to help the development of triathlon in all regions in Europe”, said ITU President and IOC member, Marisol Casado. “ETU’s plan for 2019 covers many different National Federations and projects, with a special focus on fostering the growth of National Federations and developing talent in athletes and coaches, which shows how connected ETU President Renato Bertrandi is with the development necessities of European nations.”
ETU President Renato Bertrandi presented a plan to use the funds offered by ITU to provide development camps in Cyprus and Serbia, as well as support for the Youth Triathlon Festival Camp in Slovenia, and four training sessions for the ETU Development Team.
After signing the agreement, Bertrandi said, “We have listened very carefully to the needs and the “wish list” from our National Federations, athletes, coaches and Officials in order to develop a comprehensive programme that covers as many areas as we can, and that will help to consolidate the work of our Development experts across the Continent. I would like once again to extend my deep gratitude to ITU for the continued support and faith in our work and I look forward to seeing our new athletes race in 2019 and onwards.”
ETU will give support to Belarus and Cyprus to help them organize the Youth Triathlon Festival Camp, and also to Bulgaria for a Talent identification camp. Estonia, Greece, Iceland, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxemburg, FYR Macedonia, Malta, Moldova, Romania and Slovenia will receive funding for some development projects, including TriGirls programmes, coaches education or the launch of the programme We are the Future, for kids of 14 years or younger.
The European Triathlon Union has also approved the calendar for the 2019 season, a packed 10 months period that will start in February 2019 with the Winter Triathlon European Championships in Cheile Gradistei (Romania) and will finish in October in the European Cup of Funchal (Madeira).
The European Championships of standard distance will take place in Weert (Nederlands) on May 31, while the Sprint distance one will be held in Kazan (Russia) in July 2019. The city of Targu Mures, in Romania, will host the second edition of the Multisport European Championships in June, while...|
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| Macedonia | Tikves Wine District | Demir Kapiya | Popova Kula Winery | Prokupec Cache Translate Page || |It is my fourth day at the Popova Kula Winery, a Thursday, and I am still the only guest here. I checked on the internet and discovered, however, that this coming Saturday night the place is full-up with no rooms available. Luckily I am checking out Saturday morning. Incorrigible misanthrope that I am, I have been enjoying the solitude. Meanwhile I am continuing my investigations of the local vintages. The winery produces eleven different kinds of wine:
Stanushina, Prokupec, Vranec, Temjanika, and Zilavka are made from grapes indigenous to the Balkan Peninsula; these are the only varieties I am interested in. God forbid that I should come to Macedonia just to drink Cabernet Sauvignon or—horrors!— Merlot!
According to archeological findings, grapes has been grown and wine produced in the area of Demir Kapiya for at least the last 3600 years. The modern history of viniculture in the Demir Kapiya area began in 1927 when King Alexander Karadjordjevic of Yugoslavia (1888–1934) built a winery here to produce wine for the exclusive use of his royal family. Experts assured the king that of all possible locations in his kingdom, which covered a good part of the Balkan Peninsula, including modern-day Serbia, Croatia, Bosnia and Slovenia, this area was the most fertile and best suited for growing grapes and producing wine. He named the property the Winery of The Queen Maria in honor of his wife, Maria Karadjordjevic. The king hired the best vintners available and the winery was soon producing wine of extraordinary quality. Unfortunately King Alexander Karadjordjevic was unable to enjoy the fruits of his vineyards for long. On October 9, 1934, during a state visit to Marseille, France, he was assassinated by Bulgarian revolutionary Vlado Chernozemski.
|King Alexander Karadjordjevic of Yugoslavia (click on photos for enlargements)|The subsequent history of the winery is a bit hazy, but apparently it continued producing wine in the decades thereafter, except during the world wars and various local upheavals. After the Second World the Royal Winery, along with other wineries in what was then Yugoslavia, were nationalized. Over 30,000 families who owned small private vineyards continued, however, to supply grapes to these wine making facilities. It was these people who are credited with maintaining the high quality of local viniculture during the following decades. After the breakup of socialist Yugoslavia in the 1990s and the emergence of the former Yugoslavian republic of Macedonia as an independent country most if not all wineries were privatized. The royal winery in Demir Kapiya was privatized in 1994 and is now known as the Royal Winery Queen Maria. The current winery has an on-site restaurant and rents out rooms, apartments, and for high-rollers the former villa of Queen Maria Karadjordjevic.
The Popova Kula Winery is built on lands that once belonged to the Royal Winery. Construction of the winery itself started in October of 2004 and was completed in August of 2005. Construction of the winery restaurant and hotel was not completed until 2009. The name of the winery, “Popova Kula”, means “Priest’s Tower”. Apparently during the time of the Roman Empire an important road ran through the grounds of the current winery. A large tower served as a checkpoint on the road, and this eventually became known at the Priest’s Tower. This original tower was eventually torn down, but the winery has erected a new 55-foot high tower its honor. This tower has become the easily recognizable symbol of the winery.
|King Alexander and Queen Maria|
|Popova Kula Winery|
|The “Priest’s Tower” of Popova Kula|Curious about this Roman road, I went down to the lobby and questioned the receptionist, a charming woman in her thirties. She in turn questioned one the local workmen who happened to be handy, and this guy said the Roman road in question was the famous Via Egnatia dating to the time of the Roman Empire, which ran from Durrës in what is now Albania east 696 miles to Constantinople, right across the heart of the Balkan Peninsula. This was certainly intriguing. I had already visited numerous cities and towns on the old Via Egnatia, including Thessaloniki, Kavala, and Kastoria in Greece and Orhid in Macedonia but I was under the impression that the old Roman road passed through the Balkans a good bit south of Demir Kapiya. The receptionist called the local wine museum and the woman at the museum suggested I stop by for more information. So I hiked a mile into town and found the museum, a modest two-room establishment in downtown Demir Kapiya. The woman in charge informed me that the Roman road through Demir Kapiya was not the Via Egnatia itself but a side branch of the main highway. Nevertheless, I was thrilled to discover that Demir Kapiya was in fact linked to the hallowed Via Egnatia. I harbor the sneaking suspicion I have traveled this road in a previous lifetime.
|The Via Egnatia in red. The northern extension in green may be the one that passed through Demir Kapiya.|
|Via Egnatia near Kavala. Photo by Philipp Pilhofer |After trekking a mile back from the museum to the winery I retire to my balcony to sample the wine of the day; in this case Prokupec, a wine apparently indigenous to what is now Serbia but also grown in Macedonia.
|Prokupec| From my balcony can be seen the Iron Gate, a gap in the mountains through which the Vardar River flows. The Iron Gate marks the southern boundary of the Tikves Wine Region. It also gives its name to the town just to the north—Demir Kapiya, which in Turkish means “Iron Gate”.
|View from my balcony. The Iron Gate is the gap in the mountains in the middle of the photo. The town of Demir Kapiya (Iron Gate) is in the foreground.|
|A view of the Iron Gate from Popova Kula vineyards|
|Another view from my balcony|Halfway through my first glass of Prokupec my thoughts drifted, perhaps inevitably, to the Persian Poet Rudaki (858 a.d – 941 a.d.), the favorite poet of the Samanids of Bukhara, in what is now Uzbekistan. The Elton John of his Age, at one point Rudaki owned two hundred slaves who attended to his needs, and a hundred camels were necessary to carry his baggage when he traveled. His verses, it was said, filled a hundred volumes; he reportedly wrote 1,300,000 couplets. Almost all of his work has been lost. Unfortunately, the poet came to a bad end. He may have fell under the sway of the Ismaili Sect, considered heretical in the domains of the Samanids, and he eventually fell out of favor with the court. His lament:
Who had greatness? Who had favour, of all people in the land?
I it was had favour, greatness, from the Saman scions' hand;
Khurasan's own Amir, Nasr, forty thousand dirhams gave,
And a fifth to this was added by Prince of Pure and Brave;
From his nobles, widely scattered, came a sixty thousand more;
Those the times when mine was fortune, fortune good in plenteous store.
Now the times have changed--and I, too, changed and altered must succumb,
Bring the beggar's staff here to me; time for staff and script has come!
He reportedly died in abject poverty. Perhaps in his final days he repeated one of his couplets:
Were there no wine all hearts would be a desert waste, forlorn and black,
But were our last life-breath extinct, the sight of wine would bring it back.
A white wine, Zilavka
, that I tried earlier. It is also indigenous to the Balkan Peninsula. I am not a big fan of white wine, but this one was not bad at all.
|Another view of the winery|
| Carbon Monoxide News December 5, 2018, posts updated frequently Cache Translate Page ||Every day is a carbon monoxide safety education day.|
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We can learn from others mistakes and efforts to prevent poisoning.
Carbon monoxide safety, we are all in this together.
“Dost thou know what life is, my child? Hast thou comprehended the action of those springs which produce existence? Hast thou examined thyself?”
Jules Verne (1828 - 1905, bio link)
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How much carbon monoxide are you in when in any motor vehicle?
Did you know that many people do not measure the air they breathe.
After prevention there is no greater awareness than measurement. Awareness leads to quick thinking. Measurement leads to quick action.
Are you in the know? Do I know enough about carbon monoxide and carbon monoxide poisoning to justify never knowing how much is in the air I breathe every day, everywhere I go?”
There are some people who want to be notified of the presence of carbon monoxide at levels or concentrations as soon as the gas is present, at concentrations well below those that can instigate poor health symptoms but not be high enough levels to sound the CO alarm they own.
There are some people who do not want to push a button on their CO alarm to see what low, aggravating levels of the poison might be in their home, or anywhere.
The most recommended CO Alarm in U.S. is a high level alarmStandard for Single and Multiple Station Carbon Monoxide Alarms UL 2034 1.3 Carbon monoxide alarms covered by this standard are not intended to alarm when exposed to long-term, low-level carbon monoxide exposures or slightly higher short-term transient carbon monoxide exposures, possibly caused by air pollution and/or properly installed/maintained fuel-fired appliances and fireplaces…
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Carbon monoxide poisoning injures two in east Columbus 10TV
COLUMBUS, Ohio (10TV) - The Columbus Fire Department says two people are in serious condition following a carbon monoxide poisoning in east Columbus. - Firefighters tell 10TV they are still looking into how this happened… 1 dead, 1 injured in apparent carbon monoxide poisoning in Holly Hill The Tand D.com
Holly Hill Police Department Pfc. Christopher W. Reddout walks by a camper parked behind a Eutaw Road residence on Tuesday morning. One man died and one woman was injured in the camper, most likely by carbon monoxide poisoning, Holly Hill Police Chief Josh Detter said… (Limited, More) Two taken to hospital after carbon monoxide poisoning in Reynoldsburg home ABC6OnYourSide.com
Reynoldsburg, Ohio (WSYX/WTTE) -The call came in just after 8:05 p.m. at a house on the 6000 block of Roger Madison Court according to authorities. - Columbus Fire Squad responded to the scene. The victims are being taken to the Ohio State University Hospital. (Brief) Update North Andover family exposed to carbon monoxide in home where Columbia Gas made repairs Eagle-Tribune
NORTH ANDOVER - Fire officials are stressing residents make sure their carbon monoxide detectors are working, after a family was exposed to dangerous levels of carbon monoxide Monday. - Officials said the exposure happened in a home where workers for the Columbia Gas company made repairs after the natural gas disaster that affected North Andover, Andover and Lawrence. - An investigation into the cause of the high carbon monoxide levels at the home has begun. (More) Carbon monoxide dangers go up as temperatures go down WKBN.com
Safety experts say the dangers of carbon monoxide are elevated this time of year. - With remote car starters and keyless cars, there has been an increase in accidental carbon monoxide poisonings because drivers forget to turn their vehicles off before they go into the house and shut the garage door or they remote-start their car with the garage door down. - Cars aren't the only concern when it comes to CO poisoning. Furnaces, stoves and water heaters can also malfunction and put dangerous levels into the house. - McMahon said your best defense is a CO detector but that's not enough -- there are some steps you should take after you buy it. (More)
Walk Out Testing – Explore This Training Opportunity
Saturday, December 15, 2018. 8:30 AM to 3:30 PM. LOCATION Southern Careers Institute. 6963 NW Loop 410 San Antonio, TX 78238. (Attend this seminar training and receive a low level carbon monoxide monitor to start testing everywhere you go.)
Please Note: "Place a carbon monoxide alarm with a digital display on a seat in the motor vehicle when you are out driving in emergency snow conditions (or always for that specific). Harmful levels of carbon monoxide (CO) can penetrate inside a motor vehicle just due to prevailing winds and exhaust not moving away from the vehicle but under it. If you want to learn more about carbon monoxide, begin measuring it with a personal CO monitor everywhere you go." Bob Dwyer, CSME Carbon Monoxide Safety
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Please, stop diagnostic errors; start testing for carboxyhemoglobin
Journal of Neurology and Neuroscience
Carbon monoxide (CO) intoxication is one of the main causes of poisoning in industrialized countries and it often leads to diagnostic errors…
Carbon monoxide intoxication.
However individuals with ischemic heart disease may experience chest pain and decreased exercise duration at COHb levels between 1% and 9%. COHb levels between 30% and 70% lead to loss of consciousness and eventually death…
Carbon Monoxide Safety Tips
National Fire Protection Association
… If the CO alarm sounds, immediately move to a fresh air location outdoors or by an open window or door. Make sure everyone inside the home is accounted for. Call for help from a fresh air location and stay there until emergency personnel….
NOTE: Listed U.L. 2034 & CSA 6.19 Carbon Monoxide Alarms
Must not display under 30PPM in normal operation
AT 70, 150 & 400 PPM display must be accurate within plus or minus 30 Percent
SENSITIVITY TESTING: Resist alarming first times shown, must by second shown time
70PPM [PLUS OR MINUS 5PPM ... [BETWEEN 60 _ 240 MINUTES]
150PPM [PLUS OR MINUS 5PPM] ... [10 - 50 MINUTES]
400PPM [PLUS OR MINUS 10PPM ... [4 - 15 MINUTES]
“CITIZENS WILL CONTINUE TO DIE & BECOME SERIOUSLY ILL DAILY!”
George Kerr (1933-2017)
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We have all been CO poisoned, some more than others The following link takes you to a site with views from those who have been poisoned. The seriousness of carbon monoxide poisoning, the grief, suffering and disorientations experienced are clearly portrayed with the intent to help others and prevent future poisonings. With respect, please visit: Carbon Monoxide Survivor
What is in the air you are breathing right now? What will you be doing today; walking into poison?
Who will be responsible for the air you breathe?
You may be the only person who can prevent your own poisoning.
We are all vulnerable to carbon monoxide exposure and poisoning.
Everyone has been poisoned by CO and will be poisoned again. The degree of the poisoning depends upon allowing yourself to be in a situation where someone else controls the air you breathe and the mechanisms for alarming notification.
Please read the alarm information on the package and in the instructions that come with the carbon monoxide alarm. Know that if it is a U.L. 2034 Listed product (or CSA 6.19 Listed), it is a high level alarm that has been tested to alarm no sooner than 70 PPM at the lowest (the alarm must resist for one hour when above this level) and when over 400 PPM before 15 minutes at the highest concentration, after resisting alarming for 4 minutes when over this level.
Know when your fire department and emergency responders begin wearing their breathing apparatus and what their civilian evacuation levels are for carbon monoxide; it may be as soon as the gas is present in your presence. Pregnant women, infants & children, people with heart & respiratory struggles, those suffering depression or chronic headaches and all people of vulnerable health should be alerted as soon as the gas begins to concentrate, around 10 PPM (parts per million) or lower.
You most likely need a low level carbon monoxide detector to sound off when carbon monoxide hazards are just beginning, not after you’ve been exposed to levels that make you have headaches, flu-like symptoms, increased tiredness, heart stresses or worse.
Do not take risks with carbon monoxide. Take responsibility for the air you breathe and the combustion systems you are responsible for. If you don’t do it for yourself, do it for others, unless you think $45.00, high level protection is good enough.
Help prevent injuries and deaths; don’t guess about carbon monoxide. Measure carbon monoxide for safety and knowledge. The more you test the more you learn. GET BUSY
Measurement is continuing education at its best. Bob Dwyer, CSME Carbon Monoxide Safety
Public Anger as Air Pollution in Western Balkan Cities Worsens Voice of America
SARAJEVO - When winter arrives in the Western Balkans, it is not unusual for dense smog to envelop its cities, making it hard to breathe and impairing visibility. - But this year, pollution levels are among the highest in the world and public anger is on the rise. - In recent days, the Bosnian, Macedonian and Kosovar capitals topped the charts of the world's most polluted cities as the smog intensified due to heavy traffic, excessive use of coal, poor spatial planning and solid fuel based heating. (More) Delhi's Air Quality Deteriorates, 6 Areas Record 'Severe' Pollution NDTV
New Delhi: Delhi's air quality deteriorated further today with six areas in the city recording 'severe' pollution as authorities predicted further rise in the next two days. - The Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB) recorded an overall air quality index (AQI) of 352, which falls in the "very poor" category. - An AQI between 0 and 50 is considered "good", 51 and 100 "satisfactory", 101 and 200 "moderate", 201 and 300 "poor", 301 and 400 "very poor" and 401 and 500 is considered to be "severe". (More) US Steel claims air pollution order could cost it $400 million WHYY
Attorneys for U.S. Steel say Allegheny County regulators issued an unreasonably harsh enforcement order over air pollution violations at its Clairton Coke Works, and claim the order could cost the company up to $400 million dollars to comply. - They made the claim at a Monday hearing for an appeal the company filed over a June enforcement order from the Allegheny County Health Department. - The order was for violations at the company’s Clairton Coke Works, about 20 miles southeast of Pittsburgh. - In the order, the county fined the company $1 million for chronic violations. - It said in the order the plant continued “to experience ever-increasing visible emissions and unexplained exceedance.” - The agency also said U.S. Steel employees tried to mask air violations. (More)
VideoNexNew Movie Release 2015Carbon Monoxide Poisoning. Public domain video from CDC. Carbon monoxide (sometimes referred to as CO) is a colorless, odorless gas produced ...
In this informative and succinct video, learn how to identify and appropriately execute the use of a CO2 Fire Extinguisher…
CDC Carbon Monoxide Poisoning
A well put together video is found with the next link, but remember: U.L. 2034 Listed CO Alarms are high level alarms. Use them for protection against acute levels, but be aware you can still experience symptoms of the poisoning even though the devices are in place.
About Carbon Monoxide and Carbon Monoxide Poisoning
JEMS.com - ...site has been designed with this in mind – to create a visual, interactive, educational resource which can hopefully end incidents of carbon monoxide poisoning and save lives… For more information, please visit - www.thesilentkiller.co.uk
Who is responsible for the air you breathe?
Take control inside your homes.
The lowest U.L. 2034 & CSA 6.19 carbon monoxide alarm test point is:
- 70 PPM to 149 PPM –resist one hour, must alarm before 4 hours
Please read the alarm information on the package and in the instructions. Know when your fire department and emergency responders begin wearing their breathing apparatus and what their civilian evacuation levels are for carbon monoxide; it may be before 70 PPM. It is for pregnant women, infants & children, the elderly and all people of vulnerable health. Bob Dwyer, CSME Carbon Monoxide Safety
George Kerr, a pioneer in smoke and carbon monoxide alarm manufacturing passed away in his home during the early morning of July 4, 2017. George will always be remembered for his passion to save lives and protect the health of people through low level carbon monoxide detection and alarming. He lived for over 84 years, beginning his career in fire safety in 1953. “We’ll never know how many lives we’re saving, but I know we are saving a few.” George E. Kerr (1933-2017)
U.S. Carbon Monoxide Laws for each state
National Conference of State Legislatures
As of March 2018, a majority of states have enacted statutes regarding carbon monoxide (CO) detectors, and another 11 have promulgated regulations on CO detectors. Alaska requires detectors approved by the state fire marshal be installed in all dwellings. Connecticut requires them in all new construction, as does New Hampshire, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Utah, Vermont, Washington and West Virginia. Florida also requires them in new construction, and in every room with a boiler. Minnesota passed a law requiring detectors in motor boats.
CO Detectors in U.S. Homes
27 states and the District of Columbia require carbon monoxide detectors in private dwellings via state statute: Alaska, California, Colorado, Connecticut, District of Columbia, Florida, Georgia (via adoption of the International Residential Code), Illinois, Iowa, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Nebraska, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Tennessee, Utah, Vermont, Washington, West Virginia and Wisconsin. Certain states limit the installation to buildings with fossil-fuel burning devices, others only require the device be installed upon the sale of the property or unit.
Another 11 states require carbon monoxide detectors in private dwellings regulatorily through the adoption of the International Residential Code or via an amendment to their state’s building code: Alabama, Georgia, Idaho, Kentucky, Louisiana, New Mexico, North Dakota, Oklahoma, South Carolina, Virginia, and Wyoming.
CO Detectors in U.S. Schools
California, Connecticut, Illinois, Maine and Maryland require carbon monoxide (CO) detectors in school buildings.
CO Detectors in U.S. Hotels and Motels
Fourteen states require the installation of carbon monoxide detectors in hotels and motels under the statute. - Three of those states (New Jersey, Vermont and Wisconsin) have complementary administrative regulations. - Two states (Kansas and Washington) have requirements through administrative regulations alone.
Ontario Canada Carbon Monoxide Alarm Legislation
Ministry of Community Safety & Correctional Services
Fire Protection and Prevention Act, 1997
Red Cross - Disaster Relief to safely assist law enforcement, fire department, utility company, city, county and state authorities as repair and rebuilding moves forward. Bob Dwyer, CSME Carbon Monoxide Safety
Nationally, the Red Cross provides food and shelter to people affected by as many as 70,000 fires annually, or about one fire every eight minutes.
The following companies are acknowledged for their continued support of carbon monoxide safety education and this daily news blog. They may just have what you are looking for.
The Energy Conservatory
Masimo - see RAD 57
Mahugh Fire & Safety
TPI - Test Products International
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| List: What Your Favorite ’90s Cartoon Says About You Cache Translate Page |
Rugrats: You have no idea how “hors d’œuvres’’ is pronounced.
Doug: You have been caught shoplifting from a J. Crew.
Space Ghost Coast to Coast: You have listed Space Ghost Coast to Coast as an interest in your dating profile.
Hey Arnold!: You recently purchased a jazz cassette from a coffee shop even though you don’t own a cassette player.
Animaniacs: You once stared at a banana and wept for its beauty.
Captain Planet: You have instigated a helicopter rescue after getting lost in the Grand Canyon parking lot.
Aaahh!!! Real Monsters: You orgasm while reading Tom Wolfe.
Pepper Ann:Your Jill Stein T-shirt is now a cleaning rag.
Rocko’s Modern Life: You abandoned your MFA track to pursue your life-long dream of becoming a washing machine repair technician.
Tiny Toon Adventures: You have snorted cocaine off a Saving Private Ryan Blu-ray cover.
The Angry Beavers: You have snorted powdered sugar off a Plan 9 From Outer Space Blu-ray cover.
CatDog: You enjoy ketchup on macaroni and cheese.
Pokemon: You didn’t finish college because you kept flunking Spanish 4, but you are fluent in “meme speak” and that will lead you to an amazing career someday, you’re just not sure how.
The Magic School Bus: You somehow attended the wrong high school reunion.
The Powerpuff Girls: You have thrown a divorce party for a friend.
Ren and Stimpy: You have thrown a divorce party for yourself.
Ed, Edd n’ Eddy: You have caused a divorce.
Johnny Bravo: You only think you have caused a divorce.
Spongebob Squarepants: You are not allowed within 100 feet of a Petsmart.
Dexter’s Lab: You are still very upset that Flintstones vitamins changed their recipe because they don’t taste as good as they used to.
2 Stupid Dogs: You are single-handedly keeping Eddie Bauer afloat.
Courage the Cowardly Dog: You once almost suffocated after getting your entire face stuck in a Push-up popsicle.
The Wild Thornberrys: You once got your entire forearm stuck in a granola dispenser at Whole Foods.
Beetlejuice: Your favorite food is salad because you’re a bit of a masochist.
Daria: Your barista knows your name but writes it incorrectly every day on purpose.
King of the Hill: You think Macedonia is a type of fruit.
Beavis and Butthead: You’re one of the “nice guys.”
South Park: You grew up in a comfortable, middle-class neighborhood and have never forgiven your parents for it.
The Simpsons: You grew up in a comfortable, middle-class neighborhood and your parents have never forgiven you for it.
Sailor Moon: You still mix vodka with Capri Sun.
The Critic: You have booked a party for one at Dave & Buster’s.
Recess: You have passed out in the bathroom of a Dave & Buster’s.
Bobby’s World: You have passed out in the bathroom of a Chuck E Cheese’s.
The Tick: You were once ejected from a Less Than Jake show for trying to touch the bass player.
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: You still think “All Star” by Smash Mouth is ironically funny.
Sonic the Hedgehog: Your hemp poncho smells like patchouli and everything you own is covered in Mastiff hair. Also, you have not flushed your toilet in four days.
Batman: The Animated Series: You brought a single box of the cheapest crackers you could pass as acceptable to your last company potluck but you ate more than everyone else combined.
Pinky and the Brain: You live in an unfurnished studio and all of your assets are in the form of cryptocurrency.
Rocket Power: You once injured yourself after dumping spaghetti onto a Slip ’N Slide.
Kablam!: You made an experimental film from snippets of the Budweiser Frogs commercial as your art school thesis.
Darkwing Duck: You had a nightmare about Jon Lovitz once and cannot forget his face.
Inspector Gadget: Jon Lovitz had a nightmare about you.
TaleSpin: You are now 54 years old and your kids never liked this show.
Arthur: You have the body of one or more relatives decaying in your basement.
| Advent Traditions - The Nativity Fast of the Orthodox Christian Churches Cache Translate Page ||Across the centuries, some Christians fast (don't eat anything) during advent to help them concentrate on preparing to celebrate Jesus's coming. In many Orthodox & Eastern Catholics Churches, Advent lasts for 40 days and starts on November 15th & is also called the Nativity Fast.The Nativity Fast is a period of abstinence and penance practiced by the Eastern Orthodox, Oriental Orthodox, & Eastern Catholic Churches, in preparation for the Nativity of Christ, (December 25). The corresponding Western season of preparation for Christmas, which also has been called the Nativity Fast & St. Martin's Lent, has taken the name of Advent. The Eastern fast runs for 40 days instead of four (Roman rite) or six weeks (Ambrosian rite) & thematically focuses on proclamation & glorification of the Incarnation of God, whereas the Western Advent focuses on the two comings (or advents) of Jesus Christ: his birth & his Second Coming or Parousia.|
Celebrated during the Nativity Fast. Three Young Men in the Fiery Furnace, celebrated during the Nativity Fast as a reminder of the grace acquired through fasting (15C icon of the Novgorod school). Shadrach, Meshach and Abednego are the 3 pious Jewish youths thrown into a "fiery furnace" by Nebuchadnezzar, king of Babylon.
The Byzantine fast is observed from November 15 to December 24, inclusively. These dates apply to those Orthodox Churches which use the Revised Julian calendar, which currently matches the Gregorian calendar. For those Eastern Orthodox Churches which still follow the Julian calendar (Churches of Russia, Georgia, Serbia, Ukraine, Macedonia, Mount Athos & Jerusalem), the Winter Lent does not begin until November 28 (Gregorian) which coincides with November 15 on the Julian calendar. The Ancient Church of the East fasts dawn til dusk from the 1st December until the 25th of December on the Gregorian calendar.
Sometimes the fast is called Philip's Fast (or the Philippian Fast), as it traditionally begins on the day following the Feast of St. Philip the Apostle (November 14). Some churches, such as the Melkite Greek Catholic Church, have abbreviated the fast to start on December 10, following the Feast of the Conception by Saint Anne of the Most Holy Theotokos.
Through the discipline of fasting, practiced with humility & repentance, it is believed that by learning to temper the body's primary desire for food, that other worldly desires can be more easily tempered as well. Through this practice one is better enabled to draw closer to God in the hope of becoming more Christ-like. While the fast influences the body, it is important to note that emphasis is placed on the spiritual facet of the fast rather than mere physical deprivation. Orthodox theology sees a synthesis between the body & the soul, so what happens to one affects the other. The church teaches that it is not enough to fast from food; one must also fast from anger, greed & covetousness. In addition to fasting, almsgiving is also emphasized.
In the Eastern Orthodox Church, the fast traditionally entails fasting from red meat, poultry, meat products, eggs, dairy products, fish, oil, & wine. Fish, wine & oil are allowed on Saturdays & Sundays, & oil & wine are allowed on Tuesdays & Thursdays, except in the Ethiopian Orthodox Tewahedo Church.
The fasting rules permit fish, &/or wine & oil on certain feast days that occur during the course of the fast: Evangelist Matthew (November 16), Apostle Andrew (November 30), Great-martyr Barbara (December 4), St. Nicholas (December 6), St. Spiridon & St. Herman (December 12), St. Ignatius (December 20), etc.
Orthodox persons who are ill, the very young or elderly, & nursing mothers are exempt from fasting. Each individual is expected to confer with their confessor regarding any exemptions from the fasting rules, but should never place themselves in physical danger.
There has been some ambiguity about the restriction of fish, whether it means the allowance of invertebrate fish or all fish. Often, even on days when fish is not allowed, shellfish may be consumed. More detailed guidelines vary by jurisdiction, but the rules strictly state that from the December 20 to December 24 (inclusively), no fish may be eaten.
The Eve of Nativity (December 24) is a strict fast day, called Paramony (lit. "preparation"), on which no solid food should be eaten until the first star is seen in the evening sky (or at the very least, until after the Vesperal Divine Liturgy that day). If Paramony falls on a Saturday or Sunday, the day is not observed as a strict fast, but a meal with wine & oil is allowed after the Divine Liturgy, which would be celebrated in the morning.
In some places, the services on weekdays during the fast are similar to the services during Great Lent (with some variations). Many churches & monasteries in the Russian tradition will perform the Lenten services on at least the first day of the Nativity Fast. Often the hangings in the church will be changed to a somber, Lenten color.
The Entry of the Virgin Mary into the Temple, the Great Feast which falls during the course of the Nativity Fast (16C Russian icon).
During the course of the fast, a number of feast days celebrate those Old Testament prophets who prophesied the Incarnation; for instance: Obadiah (November 19), Nahum (December 1), Habbakuk (December 2), Zephaniah (December 3), Haggai (December 16), Daniel & the Three Holy Youths (December 17). These last are significant not only because of their perseverance in fasting, but also because their preservation unharmed in the midst of the fiery furnace is interpreted as being symbolic of the Incarnation—the Virgin Mary conceived God the Word in her womb without being consumed by the fire of the Godhead.
As is true of all of the four Orthodox fasts, a Great Feast falls during the course of the fast; in this case, the Entry of the Theotokos (November 21). After the apodosis (leave-taking) of that feast, hymns of the Nativity are chanted on Sundays & higher-ranking feast days.
The liturgical Forefeast of the Nativity begins on December 20, & concludes with the Paramony on December 24. During this time hymns of the Nativity are chanted every day. In the Russian usage, the hangings in the church are changed to the festive color (usually white) at the beginning of the Forefeast.
Two Sundays before Nativity, the Church calls to remembrance the ancestors of the church, both before the giving of the Law of Moses & after. The Menaion contains a full set of hymns for this day which are chanted in conjunction with the regular Sunday hymns from the Octoechos. These hymns commemorate various biblical persons, as well as the prophet Daniel & the Three Young Men. There are also a special Epistle (Colossians 3:4-11) & Gospel (Luke 14:16-24) readings appointed for the Divine Liturgy on this day.
The Sunday before Nativity is even broader in its scope of commemoration than the previous Sunday, in that it commemorates all of the righteous men & women who pleased God from the creation of the world up to Saint Joseph. The Menaion provides an even fuller service for this day than the previous Sunday. At the Vespers portion of the All-Night Vigil three Old Testament "parables" (paroemia) are read: Genesis 14:14-20, Deuteronomy 1:8-17 & Deuteronomy 10:14-21. The Epistle which is read at the Divine Liturgy is a selection from Hebrews 11:9-40; the Gospel is the Genealogy of Christ from the Gospel of Matthew (1:1-25)
Christmas Eve is traditionally called Paramony (Greek: παραμονή, Slavonic: navechérie). Paramony is observed as a strict fast day, on which those faithful who are physically able to, refrain from food until the first star is observed in the evening or after the Vesperal Divine Liturgy, when a meal with wine & oil may be taken. On this day the Royal Hours are celebrated in the morning. Some of the hymns are similar to those of Theophany (Epiphany) & Great & Holy Friday, thus tying the symbolism of Christ's Nativity to his death on the Cross. The Royal Hours are followed by the Vesperal Divine Liturgy of St. Basil which combines Vespers with the Divine Liturgy.
During the Vespers, 8 Old Testament lections ("parables") which prefigure or prophesy the Incarnation of Christ are read, & special antiphons are chanted. If the Feast of the Nativity falls on a Sunday or Monday, the Royal Hours are chanted on the previous Friday, & on the Paramony the Vesperal Divine Liturgy of St. John Chrysostom is celebrated in the morning, with its readings & antiphons, & the fasting is lessened to some degree—a meal with wine & oil being served after the Liturgy.
The All-Night Vigil on the night of December 24 consists of Great Compline, Matins & the First Hour. One of the highlights of Great Compline is the exultant chanting of "God is with us!" interspersed between selected verses from the prophesy of Isaiah 8:9-18, foretelling the triumph of the Kingdom of God, & 9:2-7, foretelling the birth of the Messiah ("For unto us a child is born...& he shall be called...the Mighty God....").
The Orthodox do not normally serve a Midnight Mass on Christmas Eve; rather, the Divine Liturgy for the Nativity of Christ is celebrated the next morning. However, in those monasteries which continue to celebrate the All-Night Vigil in its long form—where it literally lasts throughout the night—the conclusion of the Vigil at dawn on Christmas morning will often lead directly into the celebration of the Divine Liturgy. When the Vigil is separate from the Divine Liturgy, the Lenten fast continues even after the Vigil, until the end of the Liturgy the next morning.
On December 25, the Afterfeast of the Nativity of Christ begins. From that day to January 4 (the day before Theophany Eve) is a fast-free Period. The Eve of the Theophany (January 5) is another strict fast day (paramony).
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Επιτέλους ήρθε η ώρα για το μεγάλο διεθνές συνέδριο που η Εφορεία Αρχαιοτήτων Ημαθίας σχεδιάζει εδώ και δύο χρόνια και θα γίνει από την 14η έως την 16η Δεκεμβρίου 2018, στο αμφιθέατρο του νέου κτηρίου του Μουσείου των Αιγών.
Το συνέδριο πραγματοποιείται με αφορμή την αναστήλωση του Δίδυμου Οθωμανικού Λουτρού της Βέροιας, ένα έργο που υλοποιεί η ΕΦΑ Ημαθίας με χρηματοδότηση από το Πρόγραμμα Δημοσίων Επενδύσεων, και θα αποτελέσει σημείο συνάντησης για αρχαιολόγους, αρχιτέκτονες, ιστορικούς και φιλολόγους, αλλά και γενικότερα για όσους ενδιαφέρονται για την ιστορία, τον πολιτισμό και την παράδοση.
Στόχος του συνεδρίου είναι να συζητήσουμε θέματα πολιτισμικής μνήμης, ιστορίας, πολιτικής και διαπολιτισμικών σχέσεων, με αφετηρία κείμενα και μνημεία που δημιουργήθηκαν και διαδόθηκαν στον πολυπολιτισμικό ορίζοντα των μεγάλων αυτοκρατοριών της ανατολικής Μεσογείου, αλλά και να ερευνήσουμε την επίδραση της αυτοκρατορικής ιδεολογίας στο δομημένο περιβάλλον, τον κοινωνικό βίο και τον πολιτισμό εν γένει, εστιάζοντας στις κοινές παραδόσεις και συνέχειες, στην πολιτισμική κληρονομιάς, και στην σύγχρονη διαχείριση και τις δυνατότητες χρήσης των αυτοκρατορικών μνημείων στην σημερινή κοινωνία.
Ειδικότερα, έμφαση θα δοθεί στην πόλη της Βέροιας, με τα εξέχοντα βυζαντινά και οθωμανικά μνημεία και την πλούσια ιστορία.
Η γλώσσα του συνεδρίου είναι η αγγλική και θα προσφέρεται ελληνική μετάφρασε σε όσους επιθυμούν να το παρακολουθήσουν.
Παράλληλα με τις εργασίες του συνεδρίου η Εφορεία Αρχαιοτήτων Ημαθίας διοργανώνει τις εξής εκδηλώσεις στο νέο κτήριο του Μουσείου των Αιγών:
Εγκαίνια της εικαστικής έκθεσης του Αστέρη Γκέκα, ‘’Παλίμψηστα’’, στο φουαγιέ του νέου κτηρίου του Μουσείου των Αιγών (Παρασκευή, 14 Δεκεμβρίου 2018).
Σε συνεργασία με το ΔΗΠΕΘΕ Καβάλας, θα παρουσιαστεί η θεατρική παράσταση ‘’Ο ξεπεσμένος δερβίσης υπό την βασιλικήν δρυν’’, σε σκηνοθεσία Θοδωρή Γκόνη (Παρασκευή, 14 Δεκεμβρίου 2018).
Παράσταση με βεροιώτικους χορούς από Λύκειο των Ελληνίδων της Βέροιας (Σάββατο, 15 Δεκεμβρίου 2018).
Συναυλία λόγιας οθωμανικής μουσικής με τους: Εύα Μισοκεφάλου, φωνή & ούτι, Γιώργος Ψάλτης, φωνή & βιολί, Ταξιάρχης Γεωργούλης, ούτι, Γιάννης Καρακαλπακίδης, ηλεκτρικό μπάσο ,Φοίβος Αποστολίδης, νταρμπούκα, Τάσος Πούλιος, κανονάκι. (Κυριακή, 16 Δεκεμβρίου 2018).
Αρωγός του συνεδρίου είναι ο Σύλλογος των Φίλων του Μουσείου των Αιγών και του Δικτύου των Μουσείων της Ημαθίας.
Η επιστημονική επιτροπή του συνεδρίου:
Δρ HaticePamir, καθηγήτρια της αρχαιολογίας στο πανεπιστήμιο MustafaKemalστην Αττάλεια.
Δρ Δημήτριος Σταματόπουλος, καθηγητής της βαλκανικής και ύστερης οθωμανικής ιστορίας στο πανεπιστήμιο του Freiburg.
Δρ Ελένη Γκαρά, επίκουρη καθηγήτρια της βαλκανικής ιστορίας στο πανεπιστήμιο Αιγαίου.
Δρ Αντώνης Αναστασόπουλος, επίκουρος καθηγητής της οθωμανικής ιστορίας στο πανεπιστήμιο Κρήτης.
Δρ Μαρία Χειμωνοπούλου, προϊσταμένη του τμήματος των βυζαντινών και μεταβυζαντινών αρχαιοτήτων και μνημείων της Εφορείας Αρχαιοτήτων Ημαθίας.
κ. Λίλα Σαμπανοπούλου, προϊσταμένη του τμήματος των βυζαντινών και μεταβυζαντινών αρχαιοτήτων και μνημείων της Εφορείας Αρχαιοτήτων Έβρου.
Δρ Αγγελική Κοτταρίδη, προϊσταμένη της Εφορείας Αρχαιοτήτων Ημαθίας, πρόεδρος της επιστημονικής επιτροπής.
Αναλυτικά το πρόγραμμα του συνεδρίου και των εκδηλώσεων που το συνοδεύουν:
Παρασκευή, 14 Δεκεμβρίου 2018
Πρόεδρος: Δρ Αγγελική Κοτταρίδη
17:30-18:10 Prof. Dr Hatice Pamir, The multi-layered city from the Hellenistic through the Roman age: Antiocheia.
18:10-18:50 Prof. Dr Edhem Eldem, Alexander and Candace in the Ottoman/Turkish versions of the Alexander Romance.
18:50-19:30 Εγκαίνια της έκθεσης ‘’Παλίμψηστα’’ του Αστέρη Γκέκα.
20:00 Θεατρική παράσταση: ‘’Ο ξεπεσμένος δερβίσης υπό την βασιλικής δρυν’’. Σκηνοθεσία: Θοδωρής Γκόνης.
Σάββατο, 15 Δεκεμβρίου 2018
Πρόεδρος: Prof. DrHaticePamir
09:00-10:10 Αναπλ. Καθ. ΙωάννηςΞυδόπουλος, Between Memory and Oblivion in Roman Macedonia
10:10-10:50 ΙωάννηςΓραικός, To Be (Beroean) of Not to Be (Roman): The dialectics of identity in the Roman province of Macedonia beyond Romanization
10:50-11:30 Prof. Dr Cédric Brélaz - Assist. Prof. Δρ. ΑντώνηςΑναστασόπουλος, Imperial policy towards provincial élites in the Roman and Ottoman Eastern Mediterranean.
Πρόεδρος: Επικ. Καθ. Ελένη Γκαρά
12:00-12:40 Prof. Dr. Filiz Yenişehirlioğlu, Visual Transfers from Roman to Ottoman
12:40-13:20 Δρ. ΔημήτριοςΑθανασούλης, Shaping the Medieval Empire of the Greek East (7th-9th c.AD).
13:20-14:00 Assoc. Prof. Dr. Mert Nezihi Rifaioğlu, A Comparative Analyses on Memluk Period Hammams in Antakya.
Πρόεδρος: Δρ Δημήτριος Αθανασούλης
15:30-16:10 Yrd. Doç. Dr. Tolga B. Uyar, The Artistic Bonds between Byzantium, Seljuk Rūm, and Eastern Mediterranean World: Thirteenth-Century Monumental Painting in Cappadocia.
16:10-16:50 Δρ. ΜαρίαΧειμωνοπούλου, Palaeologian sculpture from Veroia’s Old Metropolis: a Seljuk Christian Sultan’s donation?
16:50-17:30 ΛίλαΣπαμπανοπούλου, The Great Mosque of Didymoteichon as a proclamation of the sacredness of the Ottoman Empire.
Πρόεδρος: Prof. Dr. Filiz Yenişehirlioğlu
18:00-18:40 ΓιώργοςΛιόλιος, Chamfer, a difficult turn: searching for the public space in the private vacuum.
18:40-19:20 Prof. Dr Mehmet Kalpakli, Veroia/Karaferye as a Place of Refuge for Ottoman Literati in the Long 16th Century.
19:20-20:00 Επικ. Καθ. ΕλένηΓκαρά, Women Founders of Pious Endowments in Veroia, 16th-17th Centuries.
20:00-20:30 Παραδοσιακοί χοροί της Βέροιας από το Λύκειο των Ελληνίδων Βεροίας.
Κυριακή, 16 Δεκεμβρίου 2018
Πρόεδρος: Prof. Dr. Neriman ŞahinGüçhan
09:30-10:10 Δρ. ΓεώργιοςΛιακόπουλος, Τhe Ottoman Inscriptions of Imathia
10:10-10:50 Assoc. Prof. Dr. Mert Nezihi Rifaioğlu, Reading the Palimpsest Character of Antakya through Property Rights.
10:50-11:30 Αναπλ. Καθ. ΑλκμήνηΠάκα, Ottoman markets and bazaars. Social entities and public space.
Πρόεδρος: Αναπλ. Καθ. ΑλκμήνηΠάκα
12:00-12:40 Prof. Dr Ahmet Ersoy, Photography and Tribal Memory: A Hamidian Expedition to the Land of Ottoman Roots (1886).
12:40-13:20 Prof. Dr. Neriman Şahin Güçhan, A noteworthy settlement developed in 19th century Ottoman Land: Industrial Landscape of Ayvalik.
13:20-14:00 ΙωάννηςΜοσχόπουλος, The railway station of Gida.
Πρόεδρος: Prof. DrMehmetKalpakli
15:30-16:10 Καθ. ΒασίληςΚολώναςPublic Space in Thessaloniki during the Ottoman Reforms (1870-1912). From an Imperial Rule to a National State legislation: Conservation, Re-use and Enhancement of an architectural heritage in peril.
16:10-16:50 Καθ. ΔημήτρηςΣταματόπουλος, The ancient Macedonians in the Balkan Historiographies.
16:50-17:30 Δρ. ΑγγελικήΚοτταρίδη, Private in public, public in privacy: interweaving bodies, properties and spaces in the imperial cosmos.
18:00-18:30 Σύνοψη συνεδρίου/συμπεράσματα.
18:30-19:30 Συναυλία κλασικής οθωμανικής μουσικής από τον 18ο στον 20ο αιώνα. Εύα Μισοκεφάλου, φωνή & ούτι, Γιώργος Ψάλτης, φωνή & βιολί, Ταξιάρχης Γεωργούλης, ούτι, Γιάννης Καρακαλπακίδης, ηλεκτρικό μπάσο ,Φοίβος Αποστολίδης, νταρμπούκα, Τάσος Πούλιος, κανονάκι.
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