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PostPosted: Thu Jan 18, 2018 3:25 am 
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They're now reporting it was a test, via text. So, apparently the test worked.


So a test, but an error where they hit the wrong selection on a drop-down menu.
Imagine, the difference in just a few pixels creates so many unintended laundry bills.
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PostPosted: Thu Jan 18, 2018 4:10 am 
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There's been a tremendous storm here, wind speeds up to 140 km/h.
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PostPosted: Thu Jan 18, 2018 4:43 am 
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I've heard they shut down the Amsterdam airport because of the storm!

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PostPosted: Thu Jan 18, 2018 4:59 am 
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Yep! Plus parts of the roof have come off, now two of the three entry gates are closed.
A lot of trains have stopped - some were stranded for hours because of powerline failure. Train stations in Breda, Almere and The Hague have been evacuated. Almere even evacuated the entire town centre. Public transport has stopped in The Hague altogether because of too many falling trees. Ferries have stopped. Dykes are reinforced and the inflatable dam of Kampen has been activated. At least 27 trucks have blown over. So far there are three casualties in The Netherlands and one in Belgium.

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Yep! Plus parts of the roof have come off, now two of the three entry gates are closed.
A lot of trains have stopped - some were stranded for hours because of powerline failure. Train stations in Breda, Almere and The Hague have been evacuated. Almere even evacuated the entire town centre. Public transport has stopped in The Hague altogether because of too many falling trees. Ferries have stopped. Dykes are reinforced and the inflatable dam of Kampen has been activated. At least 27 trucks have blown over. So far there are three casualties in The Netherlands and one in Belgium.


Man with all those wind turbines cranking out the electricity, you guys will be exporting soon....Oooops, i forgot you can't store that energie can you.

Stay save Bon.

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Yep! Plus parts of the roof have come off, now two of the three entry gates are closed.
A lot of trains have stopped - some were stranded for hours because of powerline failure. Train stations in Breda, Almere and The Hague have been evacuated. Almere even evacuated the entire town centre. Public transport has stopped in The Hague altogether because of too many falling trees. Ferries have stopped. Dykes are reinforced and the inflatable dam of Kampen has been activated. At least 27 trucks have blown over. So far there are three casualties in The Netherlands and one in Belgium.


Man with all those wind turbines cranking out the electricity, you guys will be exporting soon....Oooops, i forgot you can't store that energie can you.

Stay save Bon.


BTW that storm's name is David. So you know it'll be a nasty fucker! :smoke:

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Yep! Plus parts of the roof have come off, now two of the three entry gates are closed.
A lot of trains have stopped - some were stranded for hours because of powerline failure. Train stations in Breda, Almere and The Hague have been evacuated. Almere even evacuated the entire town centre. Public transport has stopped in The Hague altogether because of too many falling trees. Ferries have stopped. Dykes are reinforced and the inflatable dam of Kampen has been activated. At least 27 trucks have blown over. So far there are three casualties in The Netherlands and one in Belgium.


Man with all those wind turbines cranking out the electricity, you guys will be exporting soon....Oooops, i forgot you can't store that energie can you.

Stay save Bon.


BTW that storm's name is David. So you know it'll be a nasty fucker! :smoke:



Better David than Donald!

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PostPosted: Sat Jan 20, 2018 12:28 am 
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Spinal Tap's Derek Smalls To Drop Debut Solo Album In Character
By Holly Williams in Music / Festivals on 19 January 2018

'Smalls Change (Meditations Upon Ageing)' arrives in April.

For comedy value and genuine musical fun 'This Is Spinal Tap' star Harry Shearer is launching a new solo album as his mockumentary character Derek Smalls. 'Smalls Change (Meditations Upon Ageing)' will be released later this year followed by a US tour with full details yet to be announced.
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It's been 34 years since the parody rockumentary became a cult sensation, and now Spinal Tap bassist Derek Smalls himself is releasing his debut solo venture this Spring. He's also set to follow-up with a tour entitled 'Lukewarm Water Live: An Adventure in Loud Music'.

'[It's] halfway between 'rage against the dying light' and trying to find the light', Harry Shearer as Derek Smalls told Rolling Stone of the album.

Smalls has also released the track listing complete with hilarious descriptions. For example, he describes how 'in one lifetime, the telephone has gone from a miracle to a pain in the arse' in 'Butt Call', how 'MRI' matters because 'Everybody's going to have one, eventually. It's just another ride. To hell, but still'. Then there's 'Gummin the Gash' which he calls the 'celebration of the meeting of two toothless cavities'.

The guests credited on the record are no joke, however. Among those who have contributed include David Crosby, Peter Frampton, Steely Dan's Donald Fagen, Foo Fighters' Taylor Hawkins, Red Hot Chili Peppers' Chad Smith, Yes' Rick Wakeman, Frank Zappa's son Dweezil Zappa, touring guitarist Joe Satriani and it also sees the return of Steve Vai who worked on the original Spinal Tap music.

'Lukewarm Water Live' will take Smalls to New Orleans' Saenger Theater on April 14th with the Louisiana Philharmonic Orchestra, as well as Atlanta's Symphony Hall with the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra and Washington D.C.'s Kennedy Center with the National Symphony Orchestra.

'Smalls Change (Meditations Upon Ageing)' will be released on April 13th 2018 through Twanky Records and BMG.

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Family: Tom Petty died of accidental drug overdose

NEW YORK — Tom Petty's family says his death last year was due to an accidental drug overdose.

His wife and daughter released the results of Petty's autopsy via a statement on his Facebook page Friday night. Dana and Adria Petty say they got the results from the coroner's office earlier in the day that the overdose was caused due to a variety of medications
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The statement was posted moments before the Los Angeles coroner's office issued its official findings, which confirmed that Petty had a variety of medications, including fentanyl and *SPAM* in his system.

They say Petty suffered from emphysema, a fractured hip and knee problems that caused him pain but he was still committed to touring.

He had just wrapped up a tour a few days before he died in October at age 66.
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Family: Tom Petty died of accidental drug overdose
The statement was posted moments before the Los Angeles coroner's office issued its official findings, which confirmed that Petty had a variety of medications, including fentanyl and *SPAM* in his system.

That Spam is pretty deadly stuff! :shock:

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Family: Tom Petty died of accidental drug overdose
The statement was posted moments before the Los Angeles coroner's office issued its official findings, which confirmed that Petty had a variety of medications, including fentanyl and *SPAM* in his system.

That Spam is pretty deadly stuff! :shock:


It's the high o x y c o d o n e content

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Image the rockers are lacing spam with oxycodone now!?!?

sheeesh!

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Image the rockers are lacing spam with oxycodone now!?!?

sheeesh!


it's the only way they can smuggle it into the retirement village.....

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Lift off! New Zealand's Rocket Lab launches first rocket into orbit from Māhia Peninsula
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The first rocket successfully launched from New Zealand is now tucked into orbit hundreds of kilometres above Earth.

The unmanned Electron rocket, named 'Still Testing', took off from Māhia Peninsula at 2.45pm on Sunday.

Cheers and clapping erupted throughout Rocket Lab's Auckland mission control as it successfully reached orbit about 2.53pm.
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The rocket lifted off from its launch pad on Sunday.

A live stream video of the launch featured magnificent imagery of New Zealand as the 17-metre-long rocket powered away from earth through the atmosphere.

"Today represents a significant milestone in opening up access to space, to better understand our planet and improve life on Earth," Rocket Lab said.
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Rocket Lab launched 'Still Testing' at 2.45pm on Sunday.

Richard Easther, a professor of physics at the University of Auckland, said the launch represented a "red-letter day for New Zealand".

"To put this into perspective, we are now one of just a dozen countries to have successfully built and deployed a rocket that can put satellites into orbit," Easther said.

The other nations are either world powers such as the USA and Russia, or smaller countries "which are armed to the teeth" such as Israel and North Korea.

Easther said that meant "New Zealand really stands alone with a technically advanced, commercially focussed launch vehicle".

He added it was "just the first chapter in what promises to be a fascinating story for the country and our technology and science sectors".

'Still Testing' carried three satellites into space from New Zealand.
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Rocket Lab's launch in May 2017 was successful, but the rocket didn't reach orbit.

One of the satellites will take images of Earth for United States company Planet Labs.

The other two will capture weather and ship tracking data for Spire Global.

This was the second rocket to be launched by the New Zealand aerospace company, but the first to make it into orbit.

A rocket launched in May 2017 by the company saw lift-off, but failed to reach orbit.

Six attempts made by Rocket Lab to launch on Saturday failed and attempts were scrubbed altogether by early evening.

Strong wind high in the atmosphere, a power fault, and too much liquid oxygen feeding into the rocket's engine obstructed multiple launch attempts.

Rocket Lab plans to hold three test rocket launches before it operates commercially to carry satellites into orbit frequently, at a cost significantly lower than its competitors.

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[b][size=200]Lift off! New Zealand's Rocket Lab launches first rocket ...

Has Trump declared sanctions on you, yet?

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[b][size=200]Lift off! New Zealand's Rocket Lab launches first rocket ...

Has Trump declared sanctions on you, yet?


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Brazil’s Democracy Pushed Into the Abyss

By MARK WEISBROTJAN. 23, 2018


WASHINGTON — The rule of law and the independence of the judiciary are fragile achievements in many countries — and susceptible to sharp reversals.

Brazil, the last country in the Western world to abolish slavery, is a fairly young democracy, having emerged from dictatorship just three decades ago. In the past two years, what could have been a historic advancement ― the Workers’ Party government granted autonomy to the judiciary to investigate and prosecute official corruption ― has turned into its opposite. As a result, Brazil’s democracy is now weaker than it has been since military rule ended.

This week, that democracy may be further eroded as a three-judge appellate court decides whether the most popular political figure in the country, former President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva of the Workers’ Party, will be barred from competing in the 2018 presidential election, or even jailed.

There is not much pretense that the court will be impartial. The presiding judge of the appellate panel has already praised the trial judge’s decision to convict Mr. da Silva for corruption as “technically irreproachable,” and the judge’s chief of staff posted on her Facebook page a petition calling for Mr. da Silva’s imprisonment.

The trial judge, Sérgio Moro, has demonstrated his own partisanship on numerous occasions. He had to apologize to the Supreme Court in 2016 for releasing wiretapped conversations between Mr. da Silva and President Dilma Rousseff, his lawyer, and his wife and children. Judge Moro arranged a spectacle for the press in which the police showed up at Mr. da Silva’s home and took him away for questioning — even though Mr. da Silva had said he would report voluntarily for questioning.
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The evidence against Mr. da Silva is far below the standards that would be taken seriously in, for example, the United States’ judicial system.

He is accused of having accepted a bribe from a big construction company, called OAS, which was prosecuted in Brazil’s “Carwash” corruption scheme. That multibillion-dollar scandal involved companies paying large bribes to officials of the state-owned oil company, Petrobras, to obtain contracts at grossly inflated prices.

The bribe alleged to have been received by Mr. da Silva is an apartment owned by OAS. But there is no documentary evidence that either Mr. da Silva or his wife ever received title to, rented or even stayed in the apartment, nor that they tried to accept this gift.

The evidence against Mr. da Silva is based on the testimony of one convicted OAS executive, José Aldemário Pinheiro Filho, who had his prison sentence reduced in exchange for turning state’s evidence. According to reporting by the prominent Brazilian newspaper Folha de São Paulo, Mr. Pinheiro was blocked from plea bargaining when he originally told the same story as Mr. da Silva about the apartment. He also spent about six months in pretrial detention. (This evidence is discussed in the 238-page sentencing document.)

But this scanty evidence was enough for Judge Moro. In something that Americans might consider to be a kangaroo court proceeding, he sentenced Mr. da Silva to nine and a half years in prison.

The rule of law in Brazil had already been dealt a devastating blow in 2016 when Mr. da Silva’s successor, Ms. Rousseff, who was elected in 2010 and re-elected in 2014, was impeached and removed from office. Most of the world (and possibly most of Brazil) may believe that she was impeached for corruption. In fact, she was accused of an accounting maneuver that temporarily made the federal budget deficit look smaller than it otherwise would appear. It was something that other presidents and governors had done without consequences. And the government’s own federal prosecutor concluded that it was not a crime.

While there were officials involved in corruption from parties across the political spectrum, including the Workers’ Party, there were no charges of corruption against Ms. Rousseff in the impeachment proceedings.

Mr. da Silva remains the front-runner in the October election because of his and the party’s success in reversing a long economic decline. From 1980 to 2003, the Brazilian economy barely grew at all, about 0.2 percent annually per capita. Mr. da Silva took office in 2003, and Ms. Rousseff in 2011. By 2014, poverty had been reduced by 55 percent and extreme poverty by 65 percent. The real minimum wage increased by 76 percent, real wages overall had risen 35 percent, unemployment hit record lows, and Brazil’s infamous inequality had finally fallen.

But in 2014, a deep recession began, and the Brazilian right was able to take advantage of the downturn to stage what many Brazilians consider a parliamentary coup.

If Mr. da Silva is barred from the presidential election, the result could have very little legitimacy, as in the Honduran election in November that was widely seen as stolen. A poll last year found that 42.7 percent of Brazilians believed that Mr. da Silva was being persecuted by the news media and the judiciary. A noncredible election could be politically destabilizing.

Perhaps most important, Brazil will have reconstituted itself as a much more limited form of electoral democracy, in which a politicized judiciary can exclude a popular political leader from running for office. That would be a calamity for Brazilians, the region and the world.

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Amused, once again, to see how Breitbart works. In an effort to glean some positives out of the fact that the dollar sank as a result of the government shutdown in the US, suddenly this is great news as the pound rose! Thus proving that Brexit isn't a disaster after all...

http://www.breitbart.com/london/2018/01 ... vote-high/

The fact that the pound is still hanging around at an all-time low against the Euro is not mentioned. I wonder why?

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Thu Jan 25, 2018 at 12:19 pm
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Jello has been in the news this week, as in trying to pin something down that resists a clear definition. But it’s an enduring and fruitful metaphor for a substantial range of music and musicians that mixes elements of the classical avant-garde, rock, jazz, and improvisation into a unique emulsification.

One of the spiciest such will be featured at Roulette this Thursday and Friday, when the Ensemble of the Lucerne Festival Alumni and conductor/composer Matthias Pintscher bring a two-night series, “Frank Zappa: Rebel/Respect/Response.” A selection of Zappa’s chamber orchestra pieces, which still lie on the cutting edge of the genre-less avant-garde, are on tap and will be paired with sympathetic composer-partners like Olga Neuwirth, Pierre Boulez, Varèse, John Zorn, and recent MacArthur Fellow Tyshawn Sorey. Sorey himself will perform on Thursday, along with other guest musicians.

“Frank Zappa: Rebel/Respect/Response” takes place 8 p.m., Thursday and Friday at Roulette. roulette.org

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Gig Alert: Lucerne Festival Presents Frank Zappa at Roulette, Jan. 25 & 26
Tickets: $20. Doors at 7PM, Show at 8PM.

Frank Zappa never considered himself a rock star – he was a composer. Throughout his career he wrote chamber music and championed the works of 20th-century classical composers. Towards the end of his life, he worked with a number of classical ensembles. Now, Matthias Pintscher and the Ensemble of the Lucerne Festival Alumni (from the prestigious Lucerne Festival in Switzerland) are in New York to play two concerts featuring Zappa’s compositions, in a two-night event, called Rebel / Respect / Response. Tonight, hear Zappa's music alongside the US premiere of Olga Neuwirth’s Eleanor, featuring the singer Della Miller, guitarist Christelle Séry, and the formidable drummer and composer Tyshawn Sorey. Tomorrow night's show also showcases music of Frank Zappa, alongside pieces by Pierre Boulez, Edgard Varèse, John Zorn, and Tyshawn Sorey.

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Jack White bans phones at gigs for “100% human experience”


http://www.nme.com/news/music/jack-white-bans-phones-gigs-2227093

Cuz there's apparently only one way to properly enjoy a concert:
“We think you’ll enjoy looking up from your gadgets for a little while and experience music and our shared love of it IN PERSON,” the statement adds.

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Jack White bans phones at gigs for “100% human experience”


http://www.nme.com/news/music/jack-white-bans-phones-gigs-2227093

Cuz there's apparently only one way to properly enjoy a concert:
“We think you’ll enjoy looking up from your gadgets for a little while and experience music and our shared love of it IN PERSON,” the statement adds.

Good idea. Now if only the idea will be enforced at movie theaters.

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