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Atlantic City Press If some state legislators get their way, the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy could bring an end to one Jersey Shore tradition — the beach badge. State Sen. Michael Doherty, R-Hunterdon, Warren, and Senate President Stephen Sweeney, D-Salem, Gloucester, Cumberland, have introduced legislation requiring any town that accepts state or federal aid for rebuilding its beaches to provide beach and restroom access for free. 小林よしのり一派、安倍晋三批判をこじらせ難病DISに発展し騒動拡大(やまもといちろう 坊主憎ければ袈裟まで、とか、毒を食らわばサラマンダーな感じのネタですが、一定方向で面白おかしくヲチされ消火される程度のボヤかと思いきや、まったく罪のない難病高校生を巻き込んで揮発性の高いネタに誘爆、黒々と煙が立ち上り始めましたのでご紹介したいと思います。 安倍総理だけでなく潰瘍性大腸炎の高校生まで攻撃し始めた小林よしのりスタッフ時浦兼たち 敢えて「小林よしのり一派」と書きましたが。

Time4English A German woman in Darmstadt found a wallet containing €1000. She refused to give it back to the owner unless she was given a €120 reward. She got the reward, but the pensioner who owned it tipped off the police and the woman was arrested. Police said: "It was a bit stupid. She could have just kept the wallet." Tracks It has been four years since the percussive, polyrhythmic sounds of Lisbon's batida scene began trickling out of the city on the Tagus and making their way to the outside world (or at least the rest of Europe and North America)—first via DJ Marfox and his Príncipe Discos debut, Eu Sei Quem Sou, and then peers and protégés like DJ Nigga Fox, Blacksea Não Maya, Piquenos DJs Do Guetto, and Nidia Minaj. The music's path has run parallel, in some ways, to Chicago footwork's: both are inner-city styles built around radically innovative rhythms that at first could sound forbiddingly difficult to untrained ears, and both have bubbled up to influence the wider electronic landscape. If batida no longer sounds quite as alien as it did upon a first encounter with its spinning rotors and elliptical movements, it's still dazzling in its rhythmic complexity: Atop a shuffling approximation of a 4/4 beat balances an unsteady beehive of motion, aswarm with kinetic energy.

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Cronkite News From sink to garden: Gray water systems catching on in Tucson Tuesday, April 15, 2014 Since 2008, Tucson has required plumbing in new homes to allow homeowners to set up gray water systems to reuse water from bathroom sinks, showers and tubs as well as washing machines to water plants and lawns. But the systems have yet to catch on in the Valley. Coltin Gerhart follows brothers’ path in football, blazes his own in baseball Sports run in Coltin Gerhart's blood: Two older brothers have played in the NFL and one, Garth, was a standout lineman at Arizona State University.

コラム:iPhone5を買わない理由 By John C Abell 世界中で多くの人が、米アップルの新型スマートフォン「iPhone5」に飛びついたことだろう。自分はその1人になるつもりはない。5年前に初代モデルが発売されて以降、私はiPhoneの新製品が出るたび、たとえ契約期間が残っていたとしても、必ず新機種に買い替えてきた。しかし、今回はその習慣を見送ることにした。 アップルは今回も販売台数の記録を作っているが、私はiPhone5の登場を、携帯端末の主役としてのスマホが「終わりの始まり」を迎えたとみている。 The Sunday Times Corbyn hit by mutiny on airstrikesTim Shipman, Sean Rayment, Richard Kerbaj and James LyonsHALF of Jeremy Corbyn’s shadow cabinet are prepared to vote with David Cameron for airstrikes on...Published: 20 September 20152015-09-20 00:01:00true Top footballers suspected of steroid abuse InsightTHE most extensive doping study in football history has exposed significant levels of potential...Published: 20 September 20152015-09-20 00:01:00true Police drop Cliff Richard caseJames GillespieONE of the three investigations into alleged sex abuse by Sir Cliff Richard has been dropped by...Published: 20 September 20152015-09-20 00:01:00true Welby gives home to refugee familyNicholas Hellen, Social Affairs EditorJUSTIN Welby, the Archbishop of Canterbury, is to provide sanctuary to a family of Syrian...Published: 20 September 20152015-09-20 00:01:00true South Africa 32 Japan 34: Last-gasp Japan humiliate SpringboksMark PalmerA SUNNY evening in Brighton and a match to warm the spirits.

The New Yorker Formspring Be yourself. Be anonymous. Be anyone. Ask and answer - anything and anybody! PEW Research Rates Trustworthiness Our recent report, Political Polarization and Media Habits, finds that trust and distrust in the news media varies greatly by political ideology. Many readers asked us: Among the 36 news organizations we asked about, which one do Americans trust most? The answer is more complex than it may seem and can be measured in a number of different ways. Here’s a breakdown: The full population picture doesn’t tell the whole story. If you look simply at the total percentage of online adults who say they trust a news organization for news about government and politics, several mainstream television outlets rise to the top.

Japan's Toru Hashimoto wins Osaka ballot 28 November 2011Last updated at 03:18 By Mariko Oi BBC News, Osaka Toru Hashimoto wants to unite the city and the prefecture in a bid to boost growth Voters in the Japanese city of Osaka have elected former governor Toru Hashimoto over incumbent Kunio Hiramatsu as the new mayor.

Colleges Are Buying Stuff They Can’t Afford and Making Students Pay For It Share Low Memorial Library at Columbia University (AP Photo/John Minchillo) With tuition costs more than doubling over the past generation, and student debt now exceeding $1 trillion, everyone knows the cost of college is too damn high. About 40 million people nationwide are weighed down by education debts that often reach into the tens of thousands. But those numbers are just a sliver of the bleak shadow that Wall Street casts over higher education. A new study on debt across the higher education system reveals that the massive debts borne by both students and their institutions has climbed to about $45 billion per year. AbeBooks Official Site - New & Used Books, Textbooks, & Rare Books

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