Plastic Surgery, Plastic Surgeon The Path They Walk Is Not Easy

Plastic surgery is not just about improving someone’s physical appearance. It is about helping them rebuild their lives. Reconstructive surgery is not spoken of often. Most surgeons work within a small subset of all the possible cosmetic procedures. This work often leads them to both personal appearance improvement as well as aiding those with natural or accidental disfigurement. You plastic surgeon may work on accident victims or cancer survivors in between seeing patients who want to improve their looks. The impact of both types of work is large. For many, an improved appearance boosts physical and psychological health. For reconstructive patients, the impact is even larger.

If your plastic surgeon works exclusively on the face or skull, he is a cranio-maxillofacial specialist. He is the one that does the rhinoplasty or face-lifts. This specialty can take age off of a face quickly. He also works to rebuild faces destroyed in accidents or fires. They help children deal with birth defects or features out of proportion to their face. This impact on both sides is great. Those seeking appearance improvement benefit from the more natural appearance to their faces. Those seeking reconstructive plastic surgery benefit with having their looks rebuilt.

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If your plastic surgeon works exclusively on the breast region, he is a breast specialist. He can help women augment, reduce, or lift their bust lines. This helps them have a more confident air in public. For those seeking reconstructive plastic surgery, most are breast cancer survivors. After a mastectomy, many women have deep scars from losing such a symbol of their womanhood. Having an implant put in can restore their shape and give them back their smile. While the scars may never go away, they will fade a bit after they complete this surgery.

A plastic surgeon may specialize in treating burn victims. This specialty helps restore mobility as well as appearances. Making lives better means giving them back as much of their previous life as possible. Burn victims deal with pain and scarring constantly. The hope brought by plastic surgery brings light back into their eyes. They can help generate skin grafts to cover scarring. They can help reconstruct faces devastated by flames. While the results may not be perfect, they offer hope to those without much. It gets people ready to reenter life and living. These surgeons do work on many people. Many want their appearance improved. Others need their help to live a normal life.

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Class action launched by Australian bushfire survivors against SP AusNet
Class action launched by Australian bushfire survivors against SP AusNet

Wednesday, February 18, 2009

The largest class action in Victorian history was commenced at the Supreme Court of Victoria on Friday the 13th by Slidders Lawyers against electricity distribution company SP AusNet and the Brumby Government in relation to the Kilmore East fire that became part of the Kinglake complex.

Because of the lawsuit, SP AusNet SPN.AX’s shares on Monday have dropped more than 13.36 per cent or 14.5 cents, to an intra-day low of 94 cents, was at 98.5 cents at 10:38 a.m. local time, before recovering slightly to be 7.5 cents lower at A$1.01 by 1144 AEDT (0003 GMT) or 6.9 percent in Sydney trading. Shares in SP AusNet closed 3.7 percent lower at A$1.045 on Monday.

Power supplier SP AusNet said it has asked the Victoria Court regarding the status of the class action proceedings saying the firm had insurance policies in place consistent with industry standards. “SP AusNet will continue to update the market as further information becomes available,” the company said.

The claim has focused on alleged negligence by SP AusNet in its management of electricity infrastructure. It maintains most of the power lines in eastern Victoria. Its fallen power line is believed to have sparked the blaze that tore through Kinglake, Steels Creek, Strathewen, Humevale, and St Andrews. The plaintiffs include thousands of angry Kinglake farmers, small business owners, tourist operators and residents who lost homes.

Leo Keane, the lead plaintiff in the class action has alleged “SP AusNet owed a duty of care to landowners to operate and manage power lines in a way that limited the risk of damage from bushfires.”

On Thursday Phoenix Taskforce had taken away a section of power line as well as a power pole from near Kilmore East, part of a two-kilometre section of line in Kilmore East that fell during strong winds and record heat about 11am last Saturday. It was believed to have started the fire there, since within minutes a nearby pine forest was ablaze, and within six hours the bushfire had almost obliterated nearly every building in the towns in its path.

“It is believed that the claim will be made on the basis of negligent management of power lines and infrastructure,” Slidders Lawyers partner Daniel Oldham said. The law firm has announced it was helping landowners and leaseholders get compensation for the 2003, 2006, 2007 and 2009 bushfires. “If you have been burnt by the recent bushfires, please register your interest using the form below as soon as possible,” the law firm’s website stated.

The Insurance Council of Australia has placed the cost of the bushfires at about $500 million. “That means keeping electricity lines clear of trees and in a condition that won’t cause fires. They must also have systems in place to identify and prevent risks occurring,” Melbourne barrister Tim Tobin, QC, said. According to the 2006 census, Kinglake had a population of almost 1,500 people.

But SP AusNet’s legal liability has been limited at $100 million under an agreement inked by the former Kennett government with private utility operators, when the former State Electricity Commission was privatized in 1995. Accordingly, the Brumby Government could be legally obliged to pay damages of the differences amounting to hundreds of millions of dollars.

SP AusNet Ltd said some of its electricity assets have been damaged by the Victoria bushfire. “As a preliminary estimate, it is thought that damage has been sustained to approximately one per cent of SP AusNet’s electricity distribution network, mainly distribution poles, associated conductors and pole top transformers,” SP AusNet said in a statement to the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX). It explained that up to 6,000 homes and businesses on its network were without power due to bushfires, including the Kinglake complex fire, Beechworth fire, and fires across Gippsland including Churchill and Bunyip.

SP AusNet said the firm will cooperate fully and will assist in any fire probe. “We stand ready to assist the relevant authorities with their inquiries if it is necessary for us to do so now and in the coming months,” SP Ausnet spokeswoman Louisa Graham said in a statement.

“Our priority is to restore power to fire-affected areas as quickly as possible. We believe the claim is premature and inappropriate … SP AusNet will vigorously defend the claim. If the claim is pursued, SP AusNet advises that it has liability insurance which provides cover for bushfire liability. The company’s bushfire mitigation and vegetation management programmes comply with state regulations and were audited annually by state agencies,” Grahams explained.

Victorian Auditor-General Rob Hulls said “there was an ‘unseemly rush’ by some lawyers to sue before the cause of the fires had been fully investigated.”

“The government body had audited the network’s bushfire risk to make sure required distances between power lines and vegetation were maintained. Power companies had been given a clean bill of health, and electricity firms were judged to be ‘well prepared for the 2008-09 bushfire season.’ There were no regulations applying to the distances between poles supporting electricity lines and spans of one kilometre were not unusual,” a spokesman for Energy Safe Victoria explained.

Christine Nixon, the 19th and current Chief Commissioner of Victoria Police said investigations into the cause of the bushfires were ongoing. “I know people are angry, and so are all of us in this community. But we need to kind of have a sense that the proper processes are in place and we need to go through the investigation and through the court case,” Nixon said. “At this stage we are not able to confirm how it started. I understand there is some legal action that people are taking, but at this stage we’re still investigating its cause. But the whole circumstances of that fire are part of our Taskforce Phoenix, and as we move through that we’ll be able to tell the community more once we’re able to confirm or deny what we think is the cause of these fires,” Nixon added.

On Thursday, two people were arrested in connection with the fires, having been observed by members of the public acting suspiciously in areas between Yea and Seymour; although they were both released without charges laid.

Brendan Sokaluk, age 39, from Churchill in the Gippsland region, was arrested by police at 4pm on Thursday, in relation to the Churchill fires, and was questioned at the Morwell police station. He was charged on Friday with one count each of arson, intentionally lighting a bushfire and possession of child pornography. The arson case relates to 11 of the 21 deaths in the dire Gippsland fire, which devastated 39,000 hectares in the Latrobe Valley, Calignee, Hazelwood Koornalla and Jeeralang. Two teams of Churchill firefighters were almost lost in the inferno that remains out of control.

Mr Sokaluk joined the CFA Churchill brigade in the late 1980s as a volunteer fire fighter, left in the 1990s and attempted to rejoin twice, but was rejected. He failed to appear in Melbourne Magistrate’s Court Monday for a scheduled hearing, since the court reset the committal hearing on May 25. He is represented by lawyer Julian McMahon.

Magistrate John Klestadt has lifted the suppression order which kept the suspect’s identity a secret but identifying photographs were barred from being released. Mr Sokaluk was remanded in protective custody from Morwell to a cell in Melbourne for his own safety amid fears angry prisoners will target him and real risk of vigilante attacks. He faces a maximum sentence of 25 years imprisonment if convicted on the arson charge.

“This is an extraordinary case. The level of emotion and anger and disgust that the alleged offenses have aroused in the community is unprecedented.” Mr Sokaluk’s defense lawyer Helen Spowart argued. The prosecution has moved the Court for more time to prepare its case, saying there would be up to 200 witnesses to interview.

Slater & Gordon has indicated that they were awaiting the report of the to-be-established Royal Commission, expected in late 2010, before initiating any claims.

Armed with a $40 million budget, the Royal Commission’s Chair Justice Bernard Teague will be assisted by former Commonwealth ombudsman Ron McLeod, who led the inquiry into the 2003 Canberra bushfires, and State Services Authority Commissioner Susan Pascoe. The Commission has said its interim report is due on August 17 while the final report will be submitted by July 31, 2010.

Judge Bernard Teague has announced Tuesday he will meet with fire victims and fire authorities within the next two weeks. “We want to do that as soon as possible – probably not next week but starting to have these discussions the week after,” he said.

Julia Eileen Gillard, the Deputy Prime Minister of Australia and deputy leader of the federal Australian Labor Party (ALP) said the federal and Victorian governments would respond quickly to the royal commission’s report. “Everybody who has lived through this experience in Victoria and around the nation has asked the question: ‘Why? What can we do better?’. No one wanted to see the report “as a book on a shelf gathering dust,” she said.

Victoria bushfire experts, led by Forest Fire Victoria – a group of scientists and forestry experts – have condemned the government’s “Living with Fire” policy and the state’s failure to initiate serious fuel-reduction programs. The Victoria government had failed to seriously act on bushfire safety recommendations submitted last June by the Victorian Parliamentary Environment and Natural Resources Committee.

As death toll rises, evidence mounts of lack of planning prior to Australia’s worst bushfire. “Living with Fire” policy means Kinglake fire trucks were dispatched to an earlier fire in Kilmore, leaving Kinglake undefended. “Kinglake was left with no fire brigade and no police. The trucks had been sent to Kilmore. I’ve been in the fire brigade for 10 years. There was always a law—the trucks had to be on the hill. Because of the government we got gutted at Kinglake. They should have been getting generators ahead of the fire—so people would have had a chance of fighting it. As soon as the power went, I couldn’t keep fighting the fire at my place,” Rick and Lauren Watts, and their friend Neil Rao, spoke to the WSWS.

Rick has also criticized the lack of early warning communications systems, since emergency siren warnings in the town had been stopped some years earlier. Humevale resident Sina Imbriano who has six children was angry about the failure of state and federal governments to set up a recommended telephone warning system amid its “stay and defend or go” policy. Bald Spur Road residents Greg Jackson and his wife Fotini said the government’s “stay and defend or go” policy was “fruitless” since the critical issue was early warnings, but “they [the government] just won’t spend the money.”

Also on Friday, five law firms from Victoria’s Western Districts, including Warrnambool-based Maddens Lawyers and Brown & Proudfoot, held a meeting to discuss a potential class action in relation to the Horsham fire, which was also thought to have been started by fallen power pole that burnt vast swathes of land in Mudgegonga and Dederang, Victoria. The lawsuit will also focus on the fire that blackened about 1750 hectares at Coleraine.

Maddens senior attorney Brendan Pendergast said: “We don’t know who the defendant is at this stage. We are unsure who the electrical supplier is for that area but we should know in a few days. There were people who had their homes burnt to the ground and they will need to reconstruct, replace their contents,” he said. Maddens has initiated a register of affected landowners for the recent bushfires, saying the firm has included victims of the Pomborneit fire that burnt almost 1300 hectares in the proposed class action amid the CFA’s statement the blaze could have been deliberately lit.

Frances Esther “Fran” Bailey, Liberal member of the Australian House of Representatives (1990-93 and 1996-present), representing the electorate of McEwen in Victoria said the Country Fire Authority (CFA) had told her one of the power lines had broken before the fire.

“The local CFA [Country Fire Authority] told me on that Saturday, with those very high winds, one of the lines had broken and was whipping against the ground and sparked,” she said. “Whether or not that is the cause of that terrible fire that actually took out Kinglake and maybe Marysville, the investigations will prove that, but we’ve got to do better,” she added.

Victorian Premier John Brumby said the power line claim would be examined as part of the Royal Commission into the bushfire. “No stone will be left unturned. So, I think it’s important the Royal Commission does its work. And, the Royal Commission will, of course, look at all of the factors with the fires,” Mr Brumby said. At least 550 houses were incinerated and 100 people have been killed, leaving more than 1,000 homeless in the Kinglake bushfire and surrounding areas.

SP AusNet – Singapore Power International Pte Ltd is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Singapore Power Limited (51% interest in SP AusNet). SP AusNet’s electricity transmission and distribution networks, along with the gas distribution assets, enable it to deliver a full range of energy-related products and services to industrial and domestic customers in Victoria, Australia.

Singapore Power ( ?????????) is a company which provides electricity and gas transmission, distribution services, and market support services to more than a million customers in Singapore. As the only electricity company in Singapore, and also one of its largest corporation, SP was incorporated as a commercial entity in October 1995 to take over the electricity and gas businesses of the state provider, the Public Utilities Board. Since 1995, Temasek Holdings controls the entire company with a 100% stake. SP is involved in a major investment in Australia‘s Alinta in partnership with Babcock & Brown, after putting up a bid of A$13.9 billion (S$17 billion), beating out a rival bid by Macquarie Bank.

The devastating 2009 Victorian Black Saturday bushfires, a series of more than 400 bushfires across Victoria on February 7 2009, is Australia’s worst-ever bushfire disaster, claiming at least 200 deaths, including many young children, and is expected to pass 300. 100 victims have been admitted to hospitals across Victoria with burns, at least 20 in a critical condition, and 9 on life support or in intensive care. The fires have destroyed at least 1,834 homes and damaged many thousands more. Many towns north-east of Melbourne have been badly damaged or almost completely destroyed, including Kinglake, Marysville, Narbethong, Strathewen and Flowerdale. Over 500 people suffered fire-related injuries and more than 7,000 are homeless. It has scorched more than 1,500 square miles (3,900 square kilometers) of farms, forests and towns.

The Supreme Court of Victoria is the superior court for the State of Victoria, Australia. Founded in 1852, it is a superior court of common law and equity, with unlimited jurisdiction within the state. Those courts lying below it include the County Court of Victoria, the Magistrates’ Court of Victoria and the Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal (which is technically not a court, but serves a judicial function). Above it lies the High Court of Australia. This places it around the middle of the Australian court hierarchy.

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American actor Charlie Sheen arrested
American actor Charlie Sheen arrested

Saturday, December 26, 2009

American actor Charlie Sheen was arrested Friday on domestic-violence related assault charges. The 44-year-old was charged with assault, menacing and criminal mischief. He was released on US$8,500 bond from an Aspen, Colorado jail. Aspen police spokeswoman Stephanie Dasaro did not identify the victim in press briefings, citing police policy.

Sheen’s publicist Stan Rosenfield said not to jump to conclusions, “It would benefit everyone not to jump to any conclusion.” Sheen is married to real-estate investor Brooke Mueller Sheen, with whom he had twins in March.

Sheen has had incidents in the past, such as in 1990 when he accidentally shot his then-fiancee, Kelly Preston, in the arm. He also had a drug violation in 1998, when he injected himself with cocaine and overdosed.

Sheen, born Carlos Irwin Estévez, is the son of actor Martin Sheen began his professional career in The Execution of Private Slovik. However his first starring role was the the 1986 movie Platoon, and he co-starred with Michael Douglas in the Oliver Stone film Wall Street. His filmography also includes Young Guns, Major League, The Rookie and a leading role on the television show Two and a Half Men.

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Top Things To Know When Searching For Girl’s Gymnastic Leotards


When searching for girl’s gymnastic leotards, it can be hard to know where to start. With that in mind, read on below for a few of the top things you should know before you head out to find gymnastic leotards for your budding little champion.

Comfort MattersYou know your little girl, and you know that she is not going to wear any type of girl’s gymnastic leotards that’s too scratchy for her skin. That is why it’s important to find itch-free, super gentle fabric that will be soft on her skin so she can concentrate on what’s important—learning her routines.

Kid-Friendly, Cute DesignsShe may be a gymnast, but before that she is a little girl that loves dressing up in cute clothes with creative designs. Make sure that the designs are cute and kid-friendly or your little gymnast may not want to wear them and class could become a chore for you both.

Go for the AffordableYes, gymnastics can be an expensive sport, but that doesn’t mean you should have to pay an arm and a leg for your little one’s leotards. Do your research, compare prices, and find the best fit at the least expensive price. It is important to remember that you want an affordable price, but you don’t want to sacrifice quality in order to get it. Choose only the best, but be careful of the price and quality you are getting at the same time.

These are just a few of the things you should know about searching for girl’s gymnastics leotards. Comfortable, kid-friendly, and affordable. With these tips in mind, it’s not going to take a lot to put a smile on your daughter’s face. For more information, contact Garland Activewear today. We offer beautiful custom leotards that your daughter will love at a price you will too!

Wikinews interviews Ubuntu developer Fabrice
Wikinews interviews Ubuntu developer Fabrice

Saturday, October 9, 2010

The 10.10 version of Ubuntu (codename Maverick Merkaat), a free operative system is to be released in the next few days. French Wikinews contributor Savant-fou (Baptiste) has interviewed Fabrice (fabrice_sp on Ubuntu), an Ubuntu’s MOTU (Master Of The Universe), member of the development team of the operative system.

Ubuntu is a computer operating system, based on Debian, which is created collaboratively by thousands of people. There are three official Ubuntu versions: Ubuntu Desktop Edition (for desktop and laptop PCs); Ubuntu Netbook Edition (for netbooks); and Ubuntu Server Edition (for use in servers).

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New Zealand man sentenced to life in prison for murder
New Zealand man sentenced to life in prison for murder

Tuesday, August 22, 2006

James Junior Lawrie, 26-year-old, has been sentenced to life in prison at the Auckland High Court for a minimum of 16 years after he killed the Uptown Mini Mart owner 58-year-old Bhagubhai Vaghela on 19 June, 2005.

Vaghela was found dead at the scene by ambulance officers.

Lawrie had entered the store planning on stealing phone cards from the New North Road shop. Instead he shot Vaghela in the chest at point-blank range when he activated the alarm and Lawrie panicked.

Lawrie had pleaded guilty to the charges laid against him even though he could not remember most of the incident. The court was told today by the prosecutor Ross Burns that he had smoked one kilogram of methamphetamine (P) two months prior, which is worth NZ$1 million. The P had fuelled six previous aggravated robberies in the attempt to gain more money for his P habit. Lawrie has had 32 previous convictions of which nine were relating to violence.

Roger Chambers, Lawrie’s lawyer, said: “Lawrie’s late expression of remorse is genuine, in spite of a pre-sentencing report that said he had no recognition of the trauma he had caused to his victims. He pleaded guilty to some pretty horrendous crimes – and knew that any expression of remorse was likely to be laughed at. For Lawrie, prison is home.”

Burns said, “Mr Vaghela had come to New Zealand to enjoy a well-deserved and planned retirement. He was a kind, considerate and gentle man who put his family first.” His wife had now gone back to India where she has been ill, while the rest of the family struggle with the death. “His son had said: ‘This world is a far worse place without my father being here’,” the court was told by Burns.

Lawrie had shown no remorse, Burns said.

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Using Local Listings To Improve Search Engine Rankings

By Simon Volkov

Local listings refer to online directories that offer pertinent information about businesses. Companies receiving top listings have the potential to obtain new customers and improve search engine rankings.

Uploading information to local listings directories is a tedious task as there are numerous online directories. Most require hand-submission of business name, address, local number, toll-free number, fax number, email and website address. This can easily consume 80+ man-hours.

Many businesses submit to the major search providers such as Google, Bing and Yahoo, but neglect to submit to the hundreds of lesser known search engines. Taking time to establish multiple local listings provides multiple benefits. One of the most prevalent is each listing provides an inbound link.

Websites are ranked on many factors including the number of quality websites that link back to them. Quality links improve page rank which, in turn, helps improve search engine ranking. Higher rankings allow businesses to be easily found and can help increase sales.

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In addition to publishing local listings via directories, businesses should also publish to online phone directories, local social listings, and data providers and aggregators. Companies should include local listings within their online marketing plan. Publishing will be an ongoing task because new listing websites open nearly every day.

It is wise to follow-up on published listings on a regular basis. Listings should be checked for accuracy immediately upon publication. Directory service provider employees typically transcribe provided information into their database. Computer glitches and human error can occur, so follow up to ensure listings are correct. Promptly contact the listing company to resolve issues if erroneous information appears.

Publishing via local social listings has advantages and disadvantages. These interactive directories encourage visitors to write product and company reviews. While good reviews can be good for business, bad reviews tend to spread like wildfire.

It is strongly recommended to implement tracking methods that provide instant notification when unsolicited reviews are published. If reviews are demagogic it might be necessary to request removal through the directory provider.

It is also advantageous to receive notification of positive reviews. This venue provides abundant opportunities to build customer relations. Personal testimonials can be shared on company websites and blogs or through social media marketing outlets. Additionally, testimonials provided via social listings helps build consumer trust due to their unbiased nature.

When consumers visit social listing sites such as Yelp and InsiderPages they are usually looking for a local business as well as customer reviews. Taking time to publish at social directories is a smart marketing technique that can improve sales and search engine rankings.

Local listings, link building, and customer reviews are highly beneficial in the online world, but are only one element of Internet marketing. It can be helpful to build a network of service providers in order to capitalize on the variety of marketing strategies. These might include website developers and designers, freelance writers, online marketing company, and marketing consultants.

No one is capable of managing all facets of Internet marketing alone. Working with an online marketing agency can relieve burdens and yield impressive ad campaigns.

Building brand awareness online involves incorporating multiple strategies which can include podcasting, online videos, social media, mobile marketing, national and local listings. Marketing agencies can provide required services at a fraction of the cost to purchase software and equipment or hire employees.

About the Author: Learn how to unleash the power of local listings and launch your business to the next level. Online Marketing DNA offers exclusive Internet marketing packages and business coaching to help business owners achieve success. Discover the possibilities at


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Shimon Peres discusses the future of Israel
Shimon Peres discusses the future of Israel

Wednesday, January 9, 2008

This year Israel turns sixty and it has embarked upon a campaign to celebrate its birthday. Along with technology writers for Slate, PC Magazine, USA Today, BusinessWeek, Aviation Weekly, Wikinews was invited by the America-Israel Friendship League and the Israeli Foreign Ministry to review Israel’s technology sector. It’s part of an effort to ‘re-brand the country’ to show America that there is more to Israel than the Palestinian conflict. On this trip we saw the people who gave us the Pentium processor and Instant Messaging. The schedule was hectic: 12-14 hours a day were spent doing everything from trips to the Weizmann Institute to dinner with Yossi Vardi.

On Thursday, the fifth day of the junket, David Saranga of the foreign ministry was able to arrange an exclusive interview for David Shankbone with the President of Israel, Nobel Peace Prize recipient Shimon Peres. For over an hour they spoke about Iranian politics, whether Israel is in danger of being side-lined in Middle Eastern importance because of Arab oil wealth, and his thoughts against those who say Israeli culture is in a state of decay.

The only crime I committed was to be a little bit ahead of time. And if this is the reason for being controversial, maybe the reason is better than the result.

Shimon Peres spent his early days on kibbutz, a bygone socialist era of Israel. In 1953, at the age of 29, Peres became the youngest ever Director General of the Ministry of Defense. Forty years later it was Peres who secretly gave the green light for dialogue with Yassir Arafat, of the verboten Palestine Liberation Organization. It was still official Israeli policy to not speak with the PLO. Peres shares a Nobel Peace Prize with Yitzak Rabin and Arafat for orchestrating what eventually became the Oslo Accords. The “roadmap” that came out of Oslo remains the official Israeli (and American) policy for peace in the Palestinian conflict. Although the majority of Israeli people supported the plans, land for peace was met with a small but fiery resistance in Israel. For negotiating with Arafat, former Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu shouted at Peres, “You are worse than Chamberlain!” a reference to Hitler’s British appeaser. It was during this time of heated exchanges in the 1990s that Yitzhak Rabin was assassinated by Yigal Amir, a Jew who thought it against Halakhic law to give up land given by God (Hashem).

Peres is the elder statesman of Israeli politics, but he remembers that he has not always been as popular as he is today. “Popularity is like perfume: nice to smell, dangerous to drink,” said Peres. “You don’t drink it.” The search for popularity, he goes on to say, will kill a person who has an idea against the status quo.

Below is David Shankbone’s interview with Shimon Peres, the President of Israel.

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Toronto to have socialized city-wide wi-fi access
Toronto to have socialized city-wide wi-fi access

Thursday, March 9, 2006

Toronto’s public utility, Toronto Hydro Telecom, will make Canada’s largest city into a huge wireless hotspot.

“This is both an exciting and very important initiative for the city of Toronto”, said Toronto’s mayor, David Miller. “It puts us on the leading edge of the telecommunications industry nationwide and globally.”

Toronto Hydro Telecom will offer customers free access for the first six months. After that, it will begin to charge for services.

“Wi-Fi technology is the new benchmark for urban living”, stated Toronto Hydro president David Dobbin. “It’s standard equipment in many electronic devices, from laptops to portable entertainment units.”

Private telephone companies are questioning why a public utility needs to compete with the private sector.

Mike Lee of Rogers Communications Inc. questioned why the city of Toronto wanted to enter the internet access business.

“It will not be an easy business”, Lee told the National Post. “In this day and age, the focus should be on core operations more than anything. I was surprised to see they are looking to get into this business.”

Brian Sharwood, a telecom analyst in Toronto, said the municipality will likely install the wireless transmitters and receivers on its lamp posts as a way to blanket the city, a process known as “wireless mesh networking”.

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Royal Horse Gala Is Going To Be Started On September 11

Royal Horse Gala is going to be started on September 11


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Among an ever-broader team of equine artists, these stallions will be the stars of Rene Gassers first equestrian production to travel the world, Gala of the Royal Horses. Royal Horse Gala is the event only before seen in the royal courts of Europe or demonstrated in the halls of the Spanish riding school.

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Royal Horse Gala is the event only before seen in the royal courts of Europe or demonstrated in the halls of the Spanish riding school. In the event the world famous Lippizaner stallions will perform movements such as the Levade, Piaffe in the pillars, Courbette and the most difficult of all, the Capriole. Rene Gasser, the creator, has the ability and experience to make the dreams of Equestrian Entertainment a reality. He has been working tirelessly, not only with the famous white Lippizaner Stallions but also with the black. Among an ever-broader team of equine artists, these stallions will be the stars of Rene Gassers first equestrian production to travel the world, Gala of the Royal Horses. Elegance, harmony and power combine in a demonstration of the partnership and the special bond that exists between horse and rider. Among the performances that the stallions and their immensely talented riders in bright and exotic costumes will present are: a simulated garrocha – the work with the bull that will have spectators on the edge of their seats; a breathtaking piaffe to music and Pas de Deux – horse ballet at its best; incredible circus acts; group performances such as the majestic Grand Quadrille and the piece de resistance, a complete Grand Prix performance on the long rein by Raphel Lopez, Master Horse Trainer of Caballos Espanoles. French horse whisperer, Jean-Marc Imbert, who trains his horses bareback using only his voice, will make a special guest appearance. Promoter Stuart Galbraith, who originally brought The Royal Horse Gala to Britain in 1996 said: “The first time we brought the show here it was a sell out and received rave reviews and I always said I would bring it back. It’s taken 16 years and I know audiences will feel it’s been worth the wait – it is even more spectacular, more exciting and more entertaining than ever before. Horse lovers will flock to this show but we believe this is a great family event – there is something for everyone.” Horse and theatre lovers alike will be thrilled by the spectacle of 36 impressive stallions – Lipizzaners from the Lipica Stud; Andalusians from the Spanish Riding school of Samuel Lopez Ortiz at Albecete; Friesians from the Royal Stud of the Netherlands as well as the highly trainable Arabs performing flamboyant displays of classical dressage and horsemanship to the rhythmic sounds of flamenco music enhanced by spectacular theatrical lighting that will conjure up all the passion of Spain. The Royal Horse Gala will take place this September at The O2 in London for one weekend only. The O2 will present matinee performances at 2pm on Saturday 11 and Sunday 12 September and will host a gala night from 7pm on Saturday 11 September 2010. Sale for the Royal Horse Gala Tickets has been started. If you are interested in buying the tickets then you can contact at Sold Out Ticket Market.

Roger O’ Shuffel is a regular sports analytical expert. Sports fantasy and analyzing are true combination of the authors passion. The teams and events are on the author’s favourite topics to be discussed.

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