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Environmentalists John Edwards knocking down trees for his Mansion
John Edwards and Al Gore traded cut wood for Al's outdoor heated "carbon neutral" pool. Notice John's new red 4 story "John's Tower". I noticed some of the tree's have experienced a lot of stress due to the environmental friendly, "clear cutting" practice that John employed. A Vote for John Edwards is a Vote for clear cutters.
September 14 Election Results: Tea Party Candidates Crush GOP Establishment
It's tea time in America. Conservative Christine O'Donnell pulled off a stunning upset over nine-term Rep. Mike Castle in the Republican Senate primary in Delaware Tuesday, propelled by tea party activists into a November showdown with Democrat Chris Coons. After a primary season shaped by economic pain and exasperated voters, the grass-roots, antiestablishment movement can claim wins in at least seven GOP Senate races, a handful of Republican gubernatorial contests and dozens of House primary campaigns, and it influenced many others. In the fight for New Hampshire's Republican Senate nomination, a second insurgent trailed in vote counting that was still going on Wednesday. After lagging in early returns, former Attorney General Kelly Ayotte moved ahead of Ovide Lamontagne with a lead of roughly 1,000 votes, with results tallied from 85 percent of precincts. Ayotte was backed by establishment Republicans and Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin; Lamontagne, a former chairman of the state Board of Education, campaigned with the support of tea party activists. In New York, tea party ally Carl Paladino dealt another shock to the GOP establishment, defeating former Rep. Rick Lazio in the race for the party's nomination for governor. Paladino will face state Attorney General Andrew Cuomo, the well-known son of former Gov. Mario Cuomo. The Delaware outcome reflected the energy and enthusiasm of the tea partiers, but O'Donnell also enters the race against Coons as an underdog, putting GOP control of the Senate further out of reach. Former George W. Bush political adviser Karl Rove told Fox News Channel, "This is not a race we're going to be able to win." Delaware Republicans had actively worked against O'Donnell in Tuesday's primary. On Wednesday, a triumphant O'Donnell accused the party of "Republican cannibalism." "We have to rise above this nastiness and unify for the greater good, because there's a lot of work to be done and there are a lot of people who want to get involved if the Republican Party would," O'Donnell said in an interview with The Associated Press. O'Donnell said she hopes the party will unite to help her win in November, but said, "It is doable without the support of the Republican Party." Democratic National Committee chief Tim Kaine told NBC's "Today" on Wednesday that O'Donnell's win was good for Democrats and a further sign of the "civil war" in the Republican party. "That creates opportunities for us," he said. The O'Donnell win shows that moderate Republican voters are being forced from their party and will "have to look long and hard before supporting these candidates," Kaine said. Speaking Tuesday night at an Elks Lodge in Dover, Del., O'Donnell thanked Sarah Palin for her endorsement as well as the Tea Party Express, a California political committee that spent at least $237,000 to help her defeat Castle, a moderate and a fixture in Delaware politics for a generation. Republican Party officials who saw Castle as their only hope for winning the Delaware seat once held by Vice President Joe Biden made clear they will not provide funding for O'Donnell in the general election. The Republican state chairman, Tom Ross, has said O'Donnell "could not be elected dogcatcher," and records surfaced during the campaign showing that the IRS had once slapped a lien against her and that her house had been headed for foreclosure. She also claimed – falsely – to have carried two of the state's counties in a race against Biden six years ago. In Minneapolis, former President Bill Clinton said the Republican Party is pushing out pragmatic voices in favor of candidates that make former President George W. Bush "look like a liberal." O'Donnell has said she would work in Congress to repeal President Barack Obama's health care overhaul. She was also a spokeswoman for Concerned Women for America, a conservative Christian group that opposes abortion, including in the case of rape, and supports abstinence-only sex education. The victories by O'Donnell and Paladino are the latest evidence of the influence of the tea party movement, a loose-knit coalition of community groups that advocate limited government, tightfisted spending and free markets. Massachusetts Sen. Scott Brown, who was aided by spending by the Tea Party Express, became an overnight Republican star in January when he claimed the seat held for decades by the late Sen. Edward M. Kennedy. Brown's win set the stage for a year of outsider candidates, and the tea party has scored prominent primary election wins in Utah, Nevada, Kentucky, Colorado and Alaska. But can they win in November? O'Donnell and other tea party candidates have called for an abrupt turn toward austere government, and the question will be how far voters want to go to reshape Washington. The movement's spirited rallies have attracted tens of thousands of people, and they've made their presence felt at the polls: Republican turnout in the primary season has well outpaced Democratic. Even in races where the tea party has been less visible, its influence is evident in candidates' arguments. In the California race for governor, Democrat Jerry Brown is depicting himself as a tax-cutter who keeps his eye on the bottom line. But for all its enthusiasm, the tea party has elevated sometimes unpolished or flawed candidates who – in some cases – will be more vulnerable in November, particularly in states or districts that are more moderate. The movement has also opened fissures with the GOP establishment. In Alaska, Sen. Lisa Murkowski, who was defeated by tea party favorite Joe Miller, is considering a write-in candidacy and says the Alaska Republican party was "hijacked" by the Tea Party Express, which she calls an "extremist group." The committee, based in California, endorsed Miller and ran ads supporting him. Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid of Nevada once appeared headed for near-certain defeat in the state that has the nation's highest unemployment, but he's now running even with tea party favorite Sharron Angle, a Republican who wants to phase out Social Security for younger workers, opposes abortion in all cases, including rape and incest, and would break up the federal Education Department. In Colorado, Republicans tried to get their nominee for governor, tea party favorite Dan Maes, to quit the race after embarrassing missteps. He's claimed he worked as an undercover police officer in Kansas – statements that have not been corroborated by authorities – and he once suggested that a Denver bike-sharing program is part of a U.N. conspiracy to control American cities. For the GOP, the tea party "is a mixed blessing," said Bill Whalen, a fellow at the conservative Hoover Institution. The movement's voters are energized but "anyone but Sharron Angle would have Harry Reid dead to rights. Abolishing the Education Department, it's a little too much," Whalen said. The loosely connected movement, which took shape in early 2009 in reaction to bailouts and rising government debt, has no central organization that endorses candidates. There are thousands of local chapters, some of which are tethered to national groups. Tea party candidates have been aided by support from conservative political committees that share the movement's limited government, free market agenda, including the Tea Party Express, FreedomWorks, Club for Growth and South Carolina Sen. Jim DeMint's Senate Conservatives Fund. The financial arm of the Tea Party Express – the Our Country Deserves Better PAC – has spent about $1.6 million in advertising and mailings in a handful of races, including $237,000 in Delaware. It pumped $588,000 into the GOP primary in Alaska to lift Miller over Murkowski. The Tea Party Express' biggest investment has been in Nevada, where it has spent $790,000 on Angle's behalf. It also spent about $350,000 in Massachusetts to help Brown win. ___ Associated Press writers Jim Kuhnhenn in Washington and Becky Bohrer in Juneau, Alaska, contributed to this report.
September 14 Election Results: Tea Party Candidates Crush GOP Establishment
It's tea time in America. Conservative Christine O'Donnell pulled off a stunning upset over nine-term Rep. Mike Castle in the Republican Senate primary in Delaware Tuesday, propelled by tea party activists into a November showdown with Democrat Chris Coons. After a primary season shaped by economic pain and exasperated voters, the grass-roots, anti-establishment movement can claim wins in at least seven GOP Senate races, a handful of Republican gubernatorial contests and dozens of House primary campaigns, and it influenced many others. In the fight for New Hampshire's Republican Senate nomination, a second insurgent trailed in vote counting that was still going on Wednesday. After lagging in early returns, former Attorney General Kelly Ayotte moved ahead of Ovide Lamontagne with a lead of roughly 1,000 votes, with results tallied from 85 percent of precincts. Ayotte was backed by establishment Republicans and Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin; Lamontagne, a former chairman of the state Board of Education, campaigned with the support of tea party activists. In New York, tea party ally Carl Paladino dealt another shock to the GOP establishment, defeating former Rep. Rick Lazio in the race for the party's nomination for governor. Paladino will face state Attorney General Andrew Cuomo, the well-known son of former Gov. Mario Cuomo. The Delaware outcome reflected the energy and enthusiasm of the tea partiers, but O'Donnell also enters the race against Coons as an underdog, putting GOP control of the Senate further out of reach. Former George W. Bush political adviser Karl Rove told Fox News Channel, "This is not a race we're going to be able to win," and Delaware Republicans actively worked against her in as Tuesday's voting drew to an end. On Wednesday, a triumphant O'Donnell accused the party of "Republican cannibalism." She told ABC's "Good Morning America" that if party leaders "were serious about winning, we could repair the damage done and move forward," but also insisted she could win the Senate seat without their help. Democratic national committee chief Tim Kaine told NBC's "Today" on Wednesday that O'Donnell's win was good for Democrats and a further sign of the "civil war" in the Republican party. "That creates opportunities for us," he said. The O'Donnell win shows that moderate Republican voters are being forced from their party and will "have to look long and hard before supporting these candidates," Kaine said. Speaking Tuesday night at an Elks Lodge in Dover, Del., O'Donnell thanked Sarah Palin for her endorsement as well as the Tea Party Express, a California political committee that spent at least $237,000 to help her defeat Castle, a moderate and a fixture in Delaware politics for a generation. Republican Party officials who saw Castle as their only hope for winning the Delaware seat once held by Vice President Joe Biden made clear they will not provide funding for O'Donnell in the general election. The Republican state chairman, Tom Ross, has said O'Donnell "could not be elected dogcatcher," and records surfaced during the campaign showing that the IRS had once slapped a lien against her and that her house had been headed for foreclosure. She also claimed falsely to have carried two of the state's counties in a race against Biden six years ago. In Minneapolis, former President Bill Clinton said the Republican Party is pushing out pragmatic voices in favor of candidates that make former President George W. Bush "look like a liberal." O'Donnell has said she would work in Congress to repeal President Barack Obama's health care overhaul. She was also a spokeswoman for Concerned Women for America, a conservative Christian group that opposes abortion, including in the case of rape, and supports abstinence-only sex education. The victories by O'Donnell and Paladino are the latest evidence of the influence of the tea party movement, a loose-knit coalition of community groups that advocate limited government, tightfisted spending and free markets. Massachusetts Sen. Scott Brown, who was aided by spending by the Tea Party Express, became an overnight Republican star in January when he claimed the seat held for decades by the late Sen. Edward M. Kennedy. Brown's win set the stage for a year of outsider candidates, and the tea party has scored prominent primary election wins in Utah, Nevada, Kentucky, Colorado and Alaska. But can they win in November? O'Donnell and other tea party candidates have called for an abrupt turn toward austere government, and the question will be how far voters want to go to reshape Washington. The movement's spirited rallies have attracted tens of thousands of people, and they've made their presence felt at the polls: Republican turnout in the primary season has well outpaced Democratic. Even in races where the tea party has been less visible, its influence is evident in candidates' arguments. In the California race for governor, Democrat Jerry Brown is depicting himself as a tax-cutter who keeps his eye on the bottom line. But for all its enthusiasm, the tea party has elevated sometimes unpolished or flawed candidates who in some cases will be more vulnerable in November, particularly in states or districts that are more moderate. The movement has also opened fissures with the GOP establishment. In Alaska, Sen. Lisa Murkowski, who was defeated by tea party favorite Joe Miller, is considering a write-in candidacy and says the Alaska Republican party was "hijacked" by the Tea Party Express, which she calls an "extremist group." The committee, based in California, endorsed Miller and ran ads supporting him. Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid of Nevada once appeared headed for near-certain defeat in the state that has the nation's highest unemployment, but he's now running even with tea party favorite Sharron Angle, a Republican who wants to phase out Social Security for younger workers, opposes abortion in all cases, including rape and incest, and would break up the federal Education Department. In Colorado, Republicans tried to get their nominee for governor, tea party favorite Dan Maes, to quit the race after embarrassing missteps. He's claimed he worked as an undercover police officer in Kansas statements that have not been corroborated by authorities and he once suggested that a Denver bike-sharing program is part of a U.N. conspiracy to control American cities. For the GOP, the tea party "is a mixed blessing," said Bill Whalen, a fellow at the conservative Hoover Institution. The movement's voters are energized but "anyone but Sharron Angle would have Harry Reid dead to rights. Abolishing the Education Department, it's a little too much," Whalen said. The loosely connected movement, which took shape in early 2009 in reaction to bailouts and rising government debt, has no central organization that endorses candidates. There are thousands of local chapters, some of which are tethered to national groups. Tea party candidates have been aided by support from conservative political committees that share the movement's limited government, free market agenda, including the Tea Party Express, FreedomWorks, Club for Growth and South Carolina Sen. Jim DeMint's Senate Conservatives Fund. The financial arm of the Tea Party Express the Our Country Deserves Better PAC has spent about $1.6 million in advertising and mailings in a handful of races, including $237,000 in Delaware. It pumped $588,000 into the GOP primary in Alaska to lift Miller over Murkowski. The Tea Party Express' biggest investment has been in Nevada, where it has spent $790,000 on Angle's behalf. It also spent about $350,000 in Massachusetts to help Brown win. ___ Associated Press writers Jim Kuhnhenn in Washington and Becky Bohrer in Juneau, Alaska, contributed to this report.
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Twilight news highlights can be found in all our Twilight News Recaps of the Day by clicking here. Sorry, were still moving to another web host to better serve your needs for the latest in Twilight news, updates, and more. We looking forward to some exciting new offerings for you. Thank you for visiting TNS! Happy Birthday, Bella! Celebrate Bellas Birthday this week by going to see Eclipse in its limited birthday release!! Click here to see if it is showing near you! Just so you know: Happy Birthday to our favorite Twilight character Bella Swanumm Bella Cullen. Not only is today Bellas birthday but its also Stephenie Meyer Day too! The town of Forks actually had a weekend long celebration in honor of Stephenie and Bella Oh and in honor of Bellas birthday too, Summit Entertainment is re-releasing Eclipse to theaters! So if youve noticed that its playing at your local theaterthats why! Seattle P-I: Its not often a fictional character warrants a films re-release, but Twilight fans are persuasive. In honor of Bella Swans 22nd birthday which is today Summit Entertainment, the company behind the film franchise, sent Eclipse back into 1,187 theatres on Friday for a limited time. (Or theyre looking for a push to break the $300 million domestic gross mark. It made $745,000 this weekend, bringing its total to $299.6 million.) See photos, trailers and more from Twilight Saga: Eclipse Why is Bellas birthday so big in the Twihard world? Well, it almost killed her, for one Hollywood Life: Happy 23rd Birthday, Bella Swan! Here Are Our Top 5 Reasons For Loving You! 1. If she wasnt born, Edward would never have found his soulmate! The LAST thing we want is for Edward Cullen to be unhappy. Hes our fantasy man *cough* vampire. 2. We dont have to feel so badly about being pale in the winter. Bella is even pale in the summer! Bless. 3. Shes got two gorgeous hunks lusting after her! A dream fantasy, right? Bella is living our dreams! 4. Because shes single-handedly keeping the whole mid-90s grunge, angsty Daria thing alive! Yeah, we said it. Muse who? Our Bella likes Nirvana! 5. Twilight wouldnt have been Twilight without her. If any other girl pined that endlessly for a man, wed want to beat our heads against the wall in frustration. Hello, womens lib! But you knew Edward was the one and risked everything for him. Hows that for true love? Culture Map: For Twihards, the only anniversary that matters this week is the birthday of Bella Swan, the fictional heroine of the Twlight saga. Yes, Bella, the average girl-next-door who is transformed by the love of a sparkly vampire and a shirtless werewolf, is either 22 or 23 today, depending on who you ask. (Were not quite sure where they are getting these numbers, since Twilight doesnt seen to specify a year for the events to unfold, so we prefer to think that Bella turns 19 or so every year, the same way Lisa Simpson is always 8.) Of course, thats the beauty of becoming a vampire being immortal means never having to be embarrassed about your age. MTV: Just because one is immortal, it doesnt mean she shouldnt celebrate another year of life. To her chagrin, were going to point out that today is Bella Swans 23rd birthday. Happy birthday, Bella! Its no secret that Bella and her posse of supernatural buds have become quite the pop-culture juggernaut over the past few years, thanks to the success of Stephenie Meyers Twilight Saga book series and the three (soon-to-be five!) film adaptations. In honor of Bellas special day, and the impact shes made on what we read and watch, were looking back at the pop-culture highlights from the year Miss Swan was born: 1987. Vanity Fair: As your personal calendars will undoubtedly confirm, September 13 is the birthday of Bella Swan, the protagonist of the popular young-adult series Twilight Many of New Yorks bookstores, though, have not relished the opportunity to suck the life out of the franchise, as it were, and have declined to celebrate Bellas special day. In fact, bookstore employees were largely unaware of the significance of todays date. Note their responses upon being asked if their employer is holding any events to observer the occasion. Terrible: Housing Works Bookstore Cafe: Were having an event here but it has nothing to do with Twilight, sadly Were hosting Sri Lankan novelists. McNally Jackson: [Laughs] No, unfortunately. Book Culture: Uh, no. Were not. Spoonbill Books: No. [Laughs.] P.S. Bookshop: Um, no! The Strand: No, I dont believe we are. St. Marks Bookshop: No, were not, Im afraid. Why dont you try a Barnes & Noble? Barnes & Noble (Lincoln Center): Whos the author? Meyer? Oh no, nothing for that. Barnes & Noble (82nd Street and Broadway): No. We are having an event, but it has nothing to do with Twilight. The author of a new biography about Bob Dylan will be here. Edward Cullens birthdaywell, his human birthday, obviouslyis June 20. We suggest sellers prepare accordingly. Entertainment Tonight: And Twilight star Ashley Greene revealed that shes excited to begin shooting the new installment of the series. She expects to begin filming over the next couple of months. X-17: From the wind blowing in her highlighted hair to the flirty and age appropriate Giambattista Valli dress, Twilight princess Ashley Greene was our pick for best dressed at the 2010 MTV Video Music Awards. Joe Jonas lady love topped off her look with Jimmy Choos and Ofira jewelry, and she gets our vote for best looking too this vamp next door is a knockout! Entertainment Tonight: ETs Steven Cojo Cojocaru counts down his list of the Best and Worst Dressed celebrities from the 2010 MTV Video Music Awards Coming in at No. 3 was Twilight darling Ashley Greene in Giambattista Valli 2010 MTV Video Music Awards More VMA Video Hollywood Life: Ashley Greene, 23, had the BEST white carpet look at Sept. 12s MTV Video Music Awards. From her hair to her makeup to her wardrobe to her accessories, she was the epitome of elegance and class. Her black-and-white Giambattista Valli mini dress from the Resort 2011 collection looked perfect on the white carpet. To get a flawless evening look like Ashleys, begin with something like mark Glowdacious Illuminating Powder. Its a combination bronzer and lighter for a shimmery glow that will brighten your skin. Follow up with marks Liquid Waterproof Eyeliner in painted black. This eyeliner goes on smooth and lasts for up to 10 hours with no smudging! To make more of an impact, use marks On The Dot Eye Color Compact E!: Someone were not so much in love with after MTVs glitziest night: Ashley Greene. And boy were we shocked at the usually chatty (and, uh friendly) Twilight stars preshow appearance: Cause Ash had none of her usual charm. While the hottie admittedly looked ber-gorge, per usual, with blonde highlights, flashy blue eye makeup, and a black and white mini dress, her tude was not top notch. We couldnt believe the gal who loves the fame game so much could act so icy on the carpet. Instead of doing any press (aside from the required MTV shout out), A.G. stayed far away from any journalists or fans. The gal and her mini-entourage sent away anybody who came too close but, unlike other stars who wanted to slip inside with minimal fan-fare, Team Greene stayed out on the carpet chatting in the corner. Whats wrong, Ash? Worried well question your relaysh with Joe Jonas? Parade: As Naomi Clark on 90210, AnnaLynne McCord is rich, popular and spoiled. In real life, the 23-year-old couldnt be more different, spending more time helping out charities than shopping on Rodeo Drive Rolling up her sleeves with the St. Bernard Project. A couple days after I wrapped the first season of 90210, I got on a flight came down and I had a bunch of 18-year-old girls teaching me how to put in sheet rock and I learned how to build a house I grew up with not a lot of money and I definitely shopped at Goodwill If youre in the limelight and you have the notoriety and this power than its your responsibility. I feel that not enough people in Hollywood give back Getting boyfriend Kellan Lutz involved. Its hugely important to me that Im with someone who shares my empathies and my heart, and Im so blessed to have that. Just to have his support first of all was huge, but to have him actually come down with me and get right in there was amazing. The house that love built. You know one of those moments when youre sitting across the room and looking at the person youre with? In this case, we were working across the room from each other and I was lining the baseboards with caulk and he was screwing something in the ceiling and I just kind of sat there on the floor and looked up at the man that Im with and I was just like, This is all that I want. I dont care if he ever does a movie the rest of his life. If he cares about this, than that is what I want. It means a lot to me. Deadline: Gary Ross is in early talks to direct The Hunger Games, the first installment of the novel trilogy by Suzanne Collins. The film is a joint production between Lionsgate and Color Forces Nina Jacobson. Filming will start next year with a script by Billy Ray, who rewrote a draft by the author. The huge sales of the trilogy make the film adaptations a potential game-changer for Lionsgate, the way that Twilight was for Summit Entertainment. It has been a coveted job among directors (Three More Directors Circle The Hunger Games), and Lionsgate picture chief Joe Drake and Jacobson spent the past two weeks meeting candidates that included Sam Mendes, David Slade (also a contender for the X-Men Origins: Wolverine 2 job), Andrew Adamson, Rupert Sanders, and Nanny McPhee Returns helmer Susanna White. Celebrity Gossip: Back on the east coast, Ashley Greene was spotted out for Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week in New York City on Monday afternoon (September 13). Making her way to 711 Greenwich Street, the Twilight hottie was on-hand for the FIJI Water fun at the Donna Karan Collection Spring 2011 fashion show. The Big Apple outing comes as Miss Greene just flew into New York City after having attended the MTV VMAs as a presenter the previous evening. Huffington Post: Simon Spurr dresses men for the spring rain and the urban fog. Gone are the blatantly editorial looks, replaced by a grown-up casual wear collection with a youthful vibe. Simons jeans have been flying off fancy shelves everywhere. Paired with one of his new linen jackets, they feel like the perfect attire for dining at the Lion or the Mad Men Lambs Club Xavier Samuel, a hot young Twilight star, Brad Goreski from Rachel Zoe, and Anna Wintour with a Starbucks-wielding assistant were present Live Science: Its a potentially sucky situation. The vampire craze in teen literature exemplified by the Twilight book series could be affecting the dynamic workings of the teenage brain in ways scientists dont yet understand. We dont know exactly how literature affects the brain, but we know that it does, said Maria Nikolajeva, a Cambridge University professor of literature. Some new findings have identified spots in the brain that respond to literature and art. Scientists, authors and educators met in Cambridge, England, Sept. 3-5 for a conference organized by Nikolajeva to discuss how young-adult books and movies affect teenagers minds. For young people, everything is so strange, and you cannot really say why you react to things its a difficult period to be a human being, Nikolajeva told LiveScience. The conference, she said, brought together people from different disciplines to share what we know about this turbulent period we call adolescence. Sessions included What Is It About Good Girls and Vampires? addressing the huge popularity of Stephenie Meyers Twilight series and other vampire-themed books. Twilight Lexicon: We received this from Summit THE TWILIGHT SAGA: ECLIPSE DVD/Blu-Ray hits shelves December 4, 2010! Not only will you be able to own the movie nationwide that day, but you can also get every available special feature (including audio commentaries w/ Robert Pattinson, Kristen Stewart, and Stephenie Meyer) in one place when you buy the 2-Disc National DVD or the Blu-ray/DVD Combo! THE TWILIGHT SAGA: ECLIPSE 2-Disc Special Edition DVD - Audio Commentary w/ Rob Pattinson & Kristen Stewart - Audio Commentary w/ Stephenie Meyer & Wyck Godfrey - Eight Deleted & Extended Scenes - Six-Part Making of Documentary (90 minutes) - Music Videos (Metric, Muse) Special Edition Blu-Ray/DVD Combo - Audio Commentary w/ Rob Pattinson & Kristen Stewart (both DVD & Blu-Ray sides) - Audio Commentary w/ Stephenie Meyer & Wyck Godfrey (both DVD & Blu-Ray sides) - Eight Deleted & Extended Scenes (Blu-Ray side only) - Six-Part Making of Documentary (standard and PIP mode, both on Blu-Ray side only) - Photo Gallery (Blu-Ray side only) - Jump To Edward (Blu-Ray side only) - Jump To Jacob (Blu-Ray side only) - Jump To The Love Triangle (Blu-Ray side only) - Jump To The Cullens (Blu-Ray side only) - Jump To The Wolfpack (Blu-Ray side only) - Jump To The Humans (Blu-Ray side only) - Jump To Victorias Army (Blu-Ray side only) - Jump To Action Sequences (Blu-Ray side only) Cinema Blend: Were you approached for this role or did you audition? Reed: I actually was approached. DJ Qualls and I have been best friends for I dont even know how long, since I was a kid, 14, 15, many many years. In fact, we just bought houses half a mile away from one another so we could be closer, thats how close we are. So he was offered the role initially, for Joe, and they couldnt find Stephanie and he told the producers that he thought I was the one for it and they actually resisted. They thought that I was just sort of too, I guess pretty. But I hate saying that because it implies I view myself as that or thats a word I would use to describe myself, which it isnt and so I actually had to fight for it. I went in and I said, You guys just think that because I play roles that are that. I play characters that are pretty, I play characters that are sort of intimidating and confident, but that doesnt necessarily mean that Im that. I think its kind of interesting that you can actually convince the audience that you are the character you play even in terms of aesthetics because the truth is, and I think after you see this movie you sort of realize, that Im not intimidatingly beautiful and I dont mean that as a put down to myself; Im just not conventionally pretty and thats the truth. I just happened to have been cast in roles like that for many years. Howd you meet DJ? Did you meet on a set? Reed: DJ and I met through mutual friends many years ago and then we did a movie together called Familiar Strangers when I was like 18 or 19 and then we did this movie. So weve worked together twice, but we just met through friends years ago and we just really connected on some kind of amazing level that doesnt happen very often in this industry. And I mean a real friendship; we see each other every couple of days and I bring groceries to his house and hell come over with movies, like real friends, not Hollywood friends. [Laughs] Is that what made you so determined to get this job, to work with him? Reed: I liked the concept, I liked the project, but yes, of course. I think DJ is immensely talented and he also suffers from being pigeonholed at times just being the funny, goofy guy, the silly looking guy and hes so much more than that. Yeah, I was going to say its unusual to see him in this type of piece. Most of the films Ive seen him in, hes the comedic relief, so its nice to see him in something more dramatic and in a starring role for that matter. Did he take to all of that easily? Reed: Yeah, I remember him being excited about the opportunity to have a leading role in something where he wasnt just playing a goofy guy and he took it very seriously. When youre friends with someone, you dont always realize the depth of their talent until youre sitting and watching them work and I think we both had moments like that on the set. There were a number of times where I would go up to him after and go like, Are you okay to talk now? And he would say, Yeah, that was so incredible! How was it filming in so few locations? Youre character in particular is really just in one; did that make it easy to stay in character, staying in the same environment? Reed: No, I think we were really comfortable with the project; we had extensive rehearsals and weve known each other for so long. I think when youre comfortable, its easy to feel like you can step away from your location and your zone. So on this particular set I didnt feel like it was scary to leave that area. You had extensive rehearsal time? Thats a luxury most small films dont have. Was this not a quick get-in-and-get-it-done type of project? Reed: It was. It was such a quick indie, get in, get it out [project] that we had to rehearse because if we didnt, we would have no idea what was going on. [Laughs] Sometimes its scary to make a movie this fast because you never shoot scenes in sequence and in chronological order and it just feels like What am I doing? What scene is this? What moment is this in this movie? What is this coming before and after? especially with the dynamic between Stephanie and Joe. Theyre really crucial to get the timing right with when you think she starts to trust and him and open up or when shes just manipulating him and trying to get him to think shes doing that, so there are a lot of scenes that can feel repetitive or redundant if you dont have a very specific thought process with what shes feeling as opposed to what she was feeling three seconds ago. We had to rehearse and have really detailed notes so that the day we got there it was like, okay, I know whats happening. I know what Im thinking. I know whats going on right now Your character goes through a major transformation. She goes from being taken hostage to just hanging out with the guy. How did you manage that and make it seem realistic? Reed: Yeah, exactly. How do you convey that in a realistic way? How do you make that believable that that could possibly happen? This is not a testament to all psychopaths who want to go in and shoot their bosses; Im not trying to say that theyre all good-hearted, well-rounded people that are just having a bad day and thats acceptable. Its not acceptable. But with Joe, thats the beauty of filmmaking, you can sort of manipulate things a little bit and in the case of Joe, he isnt a bad person, hes just frustrated and misunderstood and hates his life. It just goes to show how quickly that can change with human contact or someone else caring about you or loving you and I think, if anything, its a message on how to treat people. And I do think Stephanie, at one point or another, invests enough trust that one possibly can in that circumstance, I think she does invest that in him and its always in the back of her mind, but I think she does believe shes safe, at least towards the end. So how was it working with Vlad? Hes only a first time narrative director. Did that show at all? Reed: Vlad is really wonderful. He knows what he wants and being a producer on this movie I really saw what DJ and I contributed tonally. It was interesting to really feel like youre part of the process and be acknowledged for that because Im kind of an obnoxious actor in that I love to look through camera lenses. If I can have the opportunity to go into an editing room, its like the golden ticket for me. All I want is to learn about everything else in the filmmaking process. I just directed a music video which just came out and thatd sort of be the area of the field that Im going to move into, I hope. And so with this film it was nice for people to acknowledge that that was okay. I didnt have to ask anymore if it was okay for me to go and scout locations. Whats the music video? Reed: It came out a couple of weeks ago, its for an artist named Sage and the song is called Edie Sedgwick. You can go on YouTube if youre interested in seeing it. I also have a blog called IAmNikkiReed.com and I did a post on that, you can see it there. I financed it myself, Im proud of the video for what it is given the money and the time that we didnt have. [Laughs] Its interesting and its artsy, its cool, its clearly my first video. Im just a believer in keeping all of the creative brain cells moving and working even when youre not working because the inevitable loneliness and boring drought in the actors world, it can eat you alive. I have friends come over and we read plays out loud and I make paintings and I just do things all the time just so I dont ever feel like Im sitting around. Well, with Thirteen on your resume, you should have no problem branching out and doing more behind-the-scenes things. Reed: No, thats not the case. Sometimes you realize that things in Hollywood, the way that the stars align and things happen in a very perfect way, thats rare. It doesnt actually work like that. It definitely sparks interest and opens a lot of doors, but youve got to fight really hard and I do and I write a lot and Im a believer that things will come of that. I agree. Why not reunite with Catherine Hardwicke again? Between Thirteen and Twilight Id imagine you two would make a great pairing again. Reed: Yeah! Absolutely. Im sure at one point or another. The wonderful thing about Catherine and I is that theres a genuine mutual respect and now Im not the only one because the world has seen her work. I truly believe in her and I think shes just so gifted and so talented and I guess I can confidently say now that she thinks the same of me because she keeps putting me in her movies and theres no reason for that other than she thinks Im talented and thats really flattering. We dont really hang out in our personal lives. In fact, Ive spoken to her once in the last year and a half via e-mail; shes doing a movie somewhere and Im proud of her and happy for her, but we have a really great working relationship and so Im positive that at some point or another I will be working with Catherine again. Other than The Twilight Saga, what do you have coming up? Reed: I just finished shooting a movie called Catch .44 with Bruce Willis and Forest Whitaker and Malin Akerman and in terms of projects before Twilight, theres a second video that I directed at the same time, simultaneously when I did the first one that was just released, so were working on editing that and releasing that. TNS Note: Thank God. Kristen is stopping smoking. Telegraph: Meanwhile, Stewarts on-screen (and off-screen) relationship with her co-star Robert Pattinson has turned her into a regular on the covers of gossip magazines. Its not surprising that she has struggled to cope with the media attention, and her discomfort when dealing with interviewers has opened her up to accusations of being surly and defensive. I have not found her so on the previous occasions we have spoken. She can be unnervingly silent she thinks carefully about each question and often has many stabs at a reply before settling on a finished sentence but she is intelligent and engaging. In truth, like many women her age, shes probably just a little bit embarrassed. I am quite shy and people think Im aloof, she explains, sitting opposite me in a suite at a sumptuous Beverly Hills hotel. I get that all the time: She should not be in this position because she cant handle it, and, She is stuck up and doesnt want to talk to anybody. She is miserable, and if you are so miserable stop doing it. But do you have a choice? I want to be an actor, I am just not very comfortable talking about myself. When I did the first Twilight movie they were like, Now you have to go and do media training, and I was, Screw you! Do you think you are going to wrap up all my little insecurities and throw them out the window? Do you think you are going to put soundbites in my mouth? Ill do your course, but thats not going to happen. And she is, indeed, refreshingly soundbite-free and unashamed of her insecurities. She smokes one cigarette during our interview (Ive pretty much given up) and describes her outfit her slender form is wrapped in a combo of black skinny jeans, black T-shirt, red checked shirt and open-top ankle boots as just cookie-cutter, really, claiming that everyones wearing these boots. Stewart is by far the most accomplished young actor in the vampire- and werewolf-infested world of Twilight, eclipsing both Pattinson and their muscle-bound co-star Taylor Lautner. This may be thanks, in no small part, to the fact that she already has a decades experience in front of camera The Runaways started everything for chicks in rock and roll, says Stewart. So many women in bands say, Im in a band because of the Runaways. It was initially a small movie, then because of the whole Twilight thing it got a lot of attention. I now know Joan and I have a relationship with her, and if we didnt do a good job everything would fall away, so it was important we got it right. I felt comfortable in Joans clothing, she says. Its like armour. Punks put it on because they are protecting themselves, because they are outsiders, and because they are fighting something. And its weird I did a lot of press for the second Twilight movie when I was shooting The Runaways, and I was feeling a little insecure, which doing those press things makes me, and I didnt go to my normal defences, I went to Joans. Having met both women, I suggest that their defences are actually quite similar. She fiddles with her long dark hair and ponders this. I wore a T-shirt in kindergarten that said kick butt first. ask names later on the back, she says suddenly. I just thought of that randomly, sorry, but I think it might show that Ive always been overly indignant in my reactions to not being able to be myself. And when other people are in that position I get enraged, too, so I think that I share that with Joan. Im a bit easier than Joan, although shes really thoughtful and quiet underneath. With everything she wears shes not trying to be cool, she is trying to be tough, shes compensating. At the time, it wasnt normal to do what she did and she was always told, Youre not right, youre different, so youre a bitch. It is a line with which Stewart can empathise. She grew up in Los Angeles, her father a television producer, her mother a script supervisor, and started acting at a young age. At nine she was cast in a film for television, The Thirteenth Year, and a year later appeared in The Flintstones in Viva Rock Vegas. She found her peers reaction to her experience somewhat difficult. I didnt walk around talking about doing movies, she says, but then someone saw an old movie I was in, The Safety of Objects, and realised that the little boy in it [she played a tomboy] had grown up into this girl me. And then I got a lot of, Shes such a bitch! And yet most of these kids had never even spoken to me. She left high school when she was 13, unable to balance the pressures of a burgeoning professional life with a full-time education I was glad to leave school. I was missing a lot of classes and they were failing me and says that she does not feel as though she was deprived of a normal childhood (shes since completed her high-school education via correspondence courses). I couldnt relate to kids my own age, she says. They are mean and dont give you any chance. Once you have done with school, you realise that it is just a smaller version of life, and really I have felt that I should have been an adult since I was aged about five. I remember when I turned 18 everyone asked me if I felt more mature, but I felt the same as I always did. Juggling work and school, and helping my mother; Ive always had a lot of responsibility. She remains close to her parents and talks fondly of her mother, who studied history and has a passion for vampires; she has even written a script about Vlad the Impaler. She was so excited when I got the Twilight gig, says Stewart. My whole family were. Before Twilight they were like, Why are you doing all these Sundance movies that no one will see? Stewart is less forthcoming about her relationship with her co-star Robert Pattinson. The very first time I met Pattinson, before the original Twilight film, he enthused about her and laughed about the rebuffs he got when trying to ask her out (Stewart was dating Michael Angarano, her co-star from Speak, at the time). Since then the pair have become a couple, although neither one has gone on record to confirm it. The last time I saw Stewart and Pattinson was at this years Bafta dinner, where they sat together and left together. They definitely acted as a couple. It doesnt matter how many times Ive spoken to someone or how well they know me, Im just not going to talk about that, she says when I ask. But it is weird with the paparazzi, she continues. We are not on the top of the paparazzi list, but it is definitely tougher for Rob. The pair looked to have been rumbled when a photographer caught them cosying up on the Isle of Wight over New Year. That was some kid, not paparazzi, who took that shot, she says, smiling. Thats the kind of thing that just baffles you. I cant believe that came out. She says that she finds London an easier place to roam than New York or Los Angeles, and concedes that she can no longer live a normal existence in her home-town. I have friends who say, Hey. We are in a restaurant today. Want to come? A bunch of us are hanging out? And yet I am like, Do you want to go to someones house? It would be so much more fun. Bring everyone round to my house! It is weird never to be just some girl. Everybody knows me so I can never be just a new person with somebody. New people always have an impression of me and I am so aware of it, and it probably changes me. Her hobbies, she says, are simple. Along with her interest in the guitar, shes an avid reader and likes to write (not stories per se, just thoughts and bits of prose). She also adores her cat, Max, who is insane. Hes like the antichrist when I try to travel with him. I like to take him with me when Im away filming. Stewart is currently shooting an adaptation of On the Road, directed by the Brazilian film-maker Walter Salles. I play Marylou and I am fing freaking out about it. Nobody has ever tried to make it and yet, reading the book, it is insanely iconic. It is my favourite book. It is so fing cool that I am doing it. A friend introduced me to it when I was 14 and I have read it a couple of times. When that finishes shell begin work on the final chapters in the Twilight saga (the novel Breaking Dawn has been divided into two films). With Twilight we all really got lucky. It is a rare thing on a movie, when it hits and it gives you freedom Perhaps being Kristen Stewart isnt so tough, after all.
75 Action Comics covers that are worth their weight in gold [Triviagasm]
An American family recently used a copy of Action Comics 1 they found in their basement to save their home from foreclosure. In honor of this tale (and DC's 75th anniversary), here are 75 absolutely priceless Action Comics covers. [Scans via Cover Browser] Presented without commentary. Note the anachronistic dinosaur. Also, I'm pretty sure this cover is implying that Lois is Moses. Superman takes modern art way too literally. That was the year Superman owed $50,000,000 in FCC violations. He depleted the telethon fund to cover his court fees. I like that Superman's not even trying to throw the missile at the sub. It's like punching the barrels in Doom. No shit, Lex. Is Superman guarding a giant's cash register? Beached whales and scared children are of no consequence to Superman. This is the weirdest Superman sex dream conceivable. Superman trapped a bunch of evil stereotypical children on a prison cloud. The tree is there just to taunt them. Superman is furious about the Prankster's lack of effort. You know why there's no Santa? Because Superman crushed his solar plexus. Ah, the old cookie-cutter room burst. A little known power of Superman's is to bless currency with sentience. This is Superman's idea of a stag film. At this point in Action Comics history, Superman disappointing everyone happens every other cover. That's one wan wave, Superman. More unknown Superman powers: super-pruning and super-narcissism. This is what will happen if Shaq is ever elected president. I bet Superman did it himself, and those green rays are just laser pointers. I think Lois was okay with the face, but put off by the florid rhetoric. I hope Superman flies in this issue, and one-half of his body gets torn off by wind shear. This comic was the inspiration for Blackest Night. Self-explantory. This is the Kryptonian version of "hairy palm syndrome." And it's fatal! Superman can't stop, but he has the time to give a physics lecture? That box is filled with issues of Superman 75. It's forbidden because it's fabulous. That is some crap bedside manner. This is what you get when you tell your cover artist he's being laid off. That is the most spectacular suicide I've ever seen. Presented without commentary. It's bad enough that Superman forces his son to dress like him. This cover's a band-aid for when five pages of Scooby Doo script gets mixed up in your print run. Superman has a million kids, and all of them suck. Presented without commentary. Duh. Remember the time Superman fought Popeye? Is Captain Strong still in continuity? Coincidentally, "The Krypton Connection" is the name of my jazz fusion trio. Self-explanatory. Superman got drunk and watched Patch Adams. That is one callous crowd. Is that Captain Strong again? Note the litigation-proof Golden Arches. This is Superman's idea of a Coppertone ad. This is hands-down Lex's coolest plan. Does Superman actually fight crime in Action Comics or just act like a diva? This is right up there with Daredevil's unicycle. Presented without commentary. Just as Superman makes his kids dress in pajamas, Lex forces with fiances to shave their heads. Superman doesn't speak jive. Superman doesn't want you to buy his comic. Bwahahaha. See the bubble at the lower-right. Action Comics wasn't always Superman's show. In this issue, Wild Dog recruits the entire Westminster Kennel Club as a sidekick. Nice human shield, Speedy. Superman hangs out in the woods with children. Ah, Super-David Lee Roth. That haircut is strange luck. BURNED. Thanagarian + Kryptonian = checks + plaid. Presented without comment. Presented without comment. I have no idea who Ralph Edwards is, but I guess he was a nationally syndicated fetishwear enthusiast. First his son's outfits, next the world. Way to give your kill switch to Richard Nixon. When you meet your doppelganger, immediately lob bowling bowls at him. No one's going to take you seriously with that shield, Superman. Superman vs. West Side Story required severe handicapping. Superman vs. the dandies. Presented without comment. Superman is such a jock. There's your comeuppance, Superman. Why are Superman's socks worn out? He flies. Does this mean Lois was unwittingly dating Perry? Great Caesar's Ghost, that's creepy as shit.
Набор выживания Gerber Bear Grylls Ultimate Survival Kit
Известная компания Gerber объединившись с известным британским телевизионным ведущим и путешественником Edward Michael ‘Bear’ Grylls выпустили в свет набор для выживания Gerber Bear Grylls Ultimate Survival Kit. В набор входят 16 компонентов: Мультитул Gerber® Miniature Multi-tool (Needle Nose Pliers Wire Cutters, Fine Edge Knife, Serrated Knife, Phillips Screwdriver,
iPhone 4 Reception Problems? Law Firm Wants to Hear from You
The iPhone 4 is Apple's most successful product launch in its company's history, selling 1.7 million units during its opening weekend. However, once consumers got their new phones in hand (literally), a number of issues cropped up, the most notable of which is the widespread problem dubbed the "iPhone 4 death grip" among Internet bloggers. The term refers to the particular way of holding the device which leads to signal loss and dropped calls. It's not difficult to duplicate the problem either - just hold the device in your hand, with skin pressed against the metal bezel. Now, the California law firm Kershaw, Cutter & Ratinoff (KCR) is exploring the possibility of a class-action law suit over these reception issues. The firm has posted a message on its website reading, "If you recently purchased the new iPhone and have experienced poor reception quality, dropped calls and weak signals, we would like to hear from you." Sponsor KCR, a firm known for class action suits, made a name for itself last year when it sued Facebook and Zynga, the latter makers of popular online games like Mafia Wars and Farmville. At issue were unauthorized charges against users, resulting from misleading ads. KCR Says "Call Us!" Now KCR has set up a hotline, a live chat service and an email address to connect disgruntled iPhone owners to representatives at the firm, notes Apple-watching blog site, AppleInsider. Given enough consumer interest, the firm may pursue legal action against the Cupertino-based company, often praised for its products' innovative design and ease-of-use. The reception issues mar what would have otherwise been a high point for Apple, with the iPhone 4's best-seller status and high consumer demand - demand so great it led to inventory shortages, prompting Apple to apologize via a recent press release. The iPhone 4's operating system also represents a huge leap for the company, introducing much sought-after features like multi-tasking, folders and even video chat. But these features have taken the back-burner as the focus has now turned to one of the phone's most basic functions - the ability to make phone calls. Why Weren't These Issues Caught? What's odd about the reception issues is that they weren't caught by Apple's anointed group of preferred early reviewers. In its typical secretive fashion, Apple only distributed test units to select journalists, a group which included WSJ's Walt Mossberg, David Pogue of the New York Times, Xeni Jardin of Boing Boing, Edward Baig of USA Today and Josh Topolsky of Engadget. None of the reviewers, though, caught what appears to be a major failure of the device - the ability to maintain a consistent signal. Only Mossberg came close to discovering the issue, noting "in my tests, the new phone handled [calls] sometimes better and, unfortunately, sometimes worse than its predecessor." It could be that when he held the phone "properly" the signal strength was, as Apple says, improved. But when he held the phone in the signal-draining position, calls were dropped. Or perhaps the reviewers were forced to keep the iPhone under cover as they took the unit out for testing in the wild. Because using a case or Apple's own iPhone 4 rubber bumpers alleviates the signal drops, reviewers - including those inside Apple itself - may have never encountered the issues themselves when testing the phone outside the lab. While the lawyers gear up for a possible suit, consumers await any response from Apple, Inc. that isn't a variation of "stop holding it that way," the somewhat unbelievable, but very real response from Apple PR. There are also rumors of software patch for the issue arriving this week, but nothing has been released as of yet. Discuss
Will 'Kick-Ass' be a 'Fight Club'-style knockout on home video?
Even over the phone -- and across the Atlantic --youcould hear the slump in Matthew Vaughn's shoulders when he talked about the theatrical run of"Kick-Ass." "It was disappointingto see that 'Kick-Ass' didn't do the kind of box office we hoped for," said Vaughn, who was director, producer and co-writer oftheApril release that pulled in $96 million worldwide, a number that felt like a letdown after somanyindustry observers had circledthe film as a sensation-in-waiting. "Challenge and opportunity always go hand-in-hand, don't they?" As he spoke, Vaughn was fresh from the set of "X-Men: First Class" in London, where he is immersed in his first big-budgetstudio production. Thatgives the 39-year-old filmmaker plenty of reason to look ahead instead of backward, but"Kick-Ass" hasjust arrived in storeson DVD and Blu-ray and he would love to see the movie become a home-video success story. "Sure,I hope there's a groundswellnow, but will that happen? It's hard to predict." Vaughn, who was producer ofGuy Ritchie's British crime film"Snatch," said he takes encouragement from the words of Brad Pitt. "Brad said to me about 'Fight Club,' 'We only made like $30 million [domestically] in box office but the movie became a whole other thing on DVD and it's been popular for years and reached a far larger audience.' " The legacy of "Kick-Ass" will be interesting to track. It might follow in the bloodied footsteps of "Fight Club" orit might fade to a different level of cult popularity like, say, "Darkman," the audacious 1990Sam Raimi superhero film thathas a certainfollowing in the fanboy constituency butno traction at allin the widerpopular memory. I'd predict the film will echo and grow louder as it does so. The main reason is Chloe Moretz, who stole the film with her salty flair anda truly precocious performancethat was by turns heartfelt and startling. Vaughn also took so many chances with the film that it will age far better than the cookie-cutter cinema that gets churned out these days. It sounds like the director already knows that:"No one was cold on the film. There was a lot of strong reaction. Some people thought it was just fantastic. Other people thought it wasa diabolical travesty of a film.I can be proud of both reactions, in a way." Now the real question is how the "Kick-Ass" experience -- both good and bad -- will inform Vaughn's decisionswith "X-Men: First Class." Will it prod the film toward edginess or tug the boldfilmmaker backtoward the middle? -- Geoff Boucher RECENT AND RELATED Matthew Vaughn: 'Kick-Ass' broke every rule "Inception" prompts Vaughn to axe "X-Men: First Class" scene Nic Cage baffled "Kick-Ass" cast with Adam West routine REVIEW: "Kick-Ass" hits the spot 'Kick-Ass' cheered in Austin, but one critic wonders why Adam West, back in the Batmobile The view from Edward Norton's brain in "Fight Club" VIDEO: "Kick-Ass" cast at Hero Complex screening Bryan Singer discusses his return to 'X-Men' PHOTOS: Top, Matthew Vaughn with Aaron Johnson and Chlo Grace Moretz on set of "Kick-Ass." (Dan Smith / Lionsgate).Second, John Romita Jr.'s art from pages of "Kick-Ass" (Marvel). Third, Matthew Vaughn on the set of "Kick-Ass"(Dan Smith / Lionsgate)
Maintenance dredging continues at battling ports
Glenn Edwards Capt. Bill Anderson said removing silt and transporting ... Generally, to deepen a channel, a pipeline dredge with a cutter wheel is used. The wheel cuts the material and then the dredge removes it.
Fantasy: Edwards, Stewart good bets for Vegas success
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While ports battle, maintenance dredging continues
Glenn Edwards Capt. Bill Anderson said removing silt and transporting ... Generally, to deepen a channel, a pipeline dredge with a cutter wheel is used. The wheel cuts the material and then the dredge removes it.
JC MSFL Goal of the Week: the contenders - March 18
1. Craig Edwards (FC Team A) - received the ball on the right flank bouncing from an acute angle 25 yards out half volleyed a rocket into the top corner to put Team back into the game 2. Jonny Cutter (LM Lions B) - the most nonchalant goal you'll see.
Edward H. Nielsen 1932-2012
Mr. Nielsen was born Sept. 10, 1932, in Chicago, the son of Edward and Madeline (Coluzzi) Nielsen. He married Margaret "Peggy" Connors, March 24, 1952, in Chicago. She survives. Ed had been employed as a meat cutter in Chicago and later was a bartender for ...
Four arrests made during weekend
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Travelling by bike offers new perspective
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Statistically Speaking: It's easy to be hit and miss at Las Vegas
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Congress Keen to Promote America’s Interests in Asia
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Titanic museums to mark anniversary of sinking
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