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Individuals who are interested in an exotic vacation should definitely consider Brazil as their vacation destination. This country has plenty to offer to tourists and it will provide you with a memorable experience. Thus, those of you who are planning a trip to Brazil soon and who want to see everything this country has to offer are advised to resort to a professional Tour Guide Brazil. By doing so you will be able to enjoy your trip to the fullest for the Brazilian Tour Guide knows exactly what is worth seeing and how to make the most of your vacation.
There are many aspects to consider before traveling to Brazil and this will definitely be an exciting, fulfilling and eventful experience. Nonetheless, prior planning is a must especially if you are a first time traveler to Brazil. Tour Guide Brazil is just what you need to make sure that your trip is as pleasurable as possible and to help you understand the culture, laws, customs and the language of the Brazilian inhabitants. Brazilian Tour Guide knows that the climatic conditions vary by region, what clothes are appropriate to wear and what modes of transportation are the safest for tourists.
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Submitted by: Nell Frances
Some decorators prefer to plan a room with long-term needs in mind, and wish to create a space for their child that will grow with them easily and inexpensively.
Your practical nature doesn t need to stifle your creativity. By learning how to identify alternative functionality in furniture and accessories you can create a room that can be adapted to accommodate the needs of your child from toddler to teen. Remember, it won t be long before your newborn is wanting a friend to stay for a sleep-over.
In your child s nursery, all furniture choices apart from the crib can be made with growth in mind. Accessorising the room for different ages becomes the key to maintaining your childs delight and enjoyment of their room. Accessories can be changed easily, with a minimum of fuss and expense.
You need to visualise your child as a toddler, a preschooler, at Elementary age right up to Junior High. Think about furniture your child may enjoy and use at those ages.
Toddlers and preschoolers often use furniture as props for imaginative play, so a chair might “become” a train; a toybox may transform into a “boat”. Any detailing that adds interest has the potential to spark imaginative play. The furniture of baby and children rooms needs to be both practical and functional.
A change table for example, can be any waist-high cabinet or chest of drawers fitted with a padded foam diaper mat. Look at cabinets you may see in a living room. Check for height suitability and other features that may make it appropriate, such as storage facilities. Think about how it will be used by your child as a toddler, an Elementary student, pre-teen etc. If you can see the piece adapting to your childs needs through different ages then it s suitable.
Likewise with a nursery feeding chair. It needs to be comfortable for you, who will be using it for night-time feeding, but will it service the needs of your toddler, right through to his/her pre-teen years? Would a small sofa be better? Or a sofa-bed to accommodate having a friend stay over?
When deciding on a bed for your toddler, consider the suitability of it for an 8 year old, a pre-teen, a teenager. Your choice of bedding accessories will customise the bed to your childs age.
Furniture used as bookcases, storage cabinets and cupboards can also be found in living room and office furniture. Low T. V. units offer great storage for toys and sporting equipment and a padded cushion placed on top transforms the space into a reading area.
Tall T. V. cabinets also provide great storage and the space for the T. V. can be used to hold a doll s house, a fish tank, or even a curtained area for puppet shows let your imagination run wild.
Many cabinets found in the dining room section of furniture stores could be utilized in your childs room to accommodate growing needs. Dining room cabinets often have a range of smaller compartments, shelves and drawers. This storage space can be utilized to accommodate toys, books, puzzles, blocks, shoes, clothes and sporting equipment, especially in a boy s room.
Wall cabinets used in bathrooms, either mirrored or plain, can be used in children s room with great success. In a nursery they are great for storing diaper wipes, creams, pacifiers and baby s hair brush. Toddlers can use them to store their precious things, teens can use them for personal hygiene items. Think about who will have access to the cabinet when considering it s placement.
You should keep window treatments functional and in neutral tones, by using a blind, shutters or elegant curtains. These will age well. Accessorize with a pelmet, swag or sheer curtains, customised to suit your child s age.
About the Author: Nell Frances is author of the Step-by-Step Guide to Baby Room Projects Ebook and brings over 20 years decorating experience to her articles. She’s helped families decorate using miniscule budgets and zany ideas, to create baby rooms and child spaces that echo with squeals of delight! For all your Baby Room Decorating information and advice visit
Internet, the Source Of Music Entertainment And News About the Favorite Singers & Musicians
Music has brought the changes in the lives and the thoughts. In different eras, the music has played a vital role to make one\’s thought popular in a particular region, era or some gathering. People are eager to know more about the lyrics and to find out what personality and icon has brought the idol. Music lovers are always searching for the new and tasteful music.
There are fans of the music composer also. These fans and the followers love to update themselves about the news of upcoming items from their favorite composers. Poets make their lyrics for the musicians. The symphony and the category of the music is the main thing that is made by the composers and the singers. This is now the team work of these people who are making great music these days and the internet is now the main source for sound download.
The internet is making the world so close to bring the technologies to every person. The internet has made it so easy to learn anything in any part of the world. There are several websites that are doing the things so much easier to learn and make the contribution through a number of forums. There are several beginners who are making the symphonies and songs through the internet facility. These young people are learning the new technologies to put the music industry at their best of the competitions.
Sound download facilities are now being easy by new websites. There are a number of new and famous websites that are king their interest to make the people eager to visit more often. Music is really the food for the soul. These websites provide the music lovers the platform to download their favorite music more easily.
There are now different categories in the music field, Rock, Jazz, Rap, etc. There is always the great number of fans and the viewers for each category all over the world. These people love to know their favorite musicians and their biography. The music websites are also full of the biographies of the musician, singers and composers of all over the world. These sites are the source of the entertainment along with the news of these singers.
The events and the new visits of the singers and the musicians are also updated on these sites. The new events and the concerts of the singers are now becoming famous and gather the audience through the internet advertisements. A new generation is spending its time more over the internet websites to have fun interacting with their favorite artists.
The youth is eager to know the activities of their favorite singers. They love to know their lifestyle, their activities, their pros and cons, their likes and dislikes. These are the interest of the people who love to take the advantage of the internet on both sides. Whether it is the side of the audience or singers the internet is providing a great opportunity for the either side. New technology has brought many things in every field, same is the case in the music industry also.
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Sunday, October 7, 2012
A Norwegian University of Science and Technology study released Thursday found electric vehicles have a potential for higher eco-toxicity and greenhouse impact than conventional cars. The study includes an examination of the electric car’s life cycle as a whole rather than a study of the electric car’s environmental impact during the use phase.
The researchers conducted a comparison of the environmental impact of electric cars in view of different ratios of green-to-fuel electricity energy sources. In the case of mostly coal- or oil-based electricity supply, electric cars are disadvantageous compared to classic diesel cars with the greenhouse effect impact being up to two times larger.
The researchers found that in Europe, electric cars pose a “10% to 24% decrease in global warming potential (GWP) relative to conventional diesel or gasoline vehicles”.
The researchers suggest to improve eco-friendliness of electric vehicles by “reducing vehicle production supply chain impacts and promoting clean electricity sources in decision making regarding electricity infrastructure” and using the electric cars for a longer time, so that the use phase plays a more important role in the electric vehicle life cycle.
Monday, March 11, 2013
Six were killed, two injured in Warren, Ohio yesterday after teenagers in an acquired Honda Passport hit a guardrail and overturned into a pond. High speed contributed to the crash, investigators with the state highway patrol reported.
The SUV sank, with five teenagers inside. The sixth fatality was found under the car. Two other passengers escaped, ran to a phone, and called emergency services.
The dead were 19-year-old Alexis Cayson, 14-year-old Andrique Bennett, 17-year-old Brandon Murray, and 15-year-olds Kirklan Behner, Daylan Ray, and Ramone White. The survivors, 18-year-old Brian Henry and 15-year-old Asher Lewis, were taken to the hospital and released.
“We will not be speculating on alcohol and-or drug usage pending toxicology reports,” said Lieutenant Brian Holt of the state highway patrol.
Leuitenant Holt said the vehicle in question was not reported stolen but the teenagers did not have permission to use it. There was extensive damage to the front and rear of the car; the windows were cracked and broken. The car belonged to a Youngstown resident.
The fire department deployed a cold water rescue team and brought two of the teenagers to the hospital, where they were pronounced dead. The two who survived were treated for minor injuries.
A makeshift memorial has been set up at the scene with teddy bears and notes.
A school attended by several of the victims opened for counseling.
A friend of Behner, 18-year-old Rick Bowling, said, “He was one of a kind [...] Everyone knew him in the neighborhood. In school, he always made everyone laugh. [...] Basically, enjoy every second in life [...] Enjoy life while you’ve got it and while you’re here and enjoy people that you love.”
This crash was the most fatal in three years in the state.
Sunday, May 8, 2011
State officials in Queensland, Australia, have begun working on a draft protocol to use security cameras to record conversations in taxis. The new draft proposes to change a current policy which allows for cameras in taxis which do not record sound for privacy reasons, in the hope that audio recordings will make some investigations easier.
The paper, which says audio recordings would “provide greater certainty with regard to investigations, particularly in situation of conflicting statements,” is currently at the Transport and Main Roads department. The proposal also suggests extending the time taxi companies can keep recordings downloaded from security cameras from the current 30–35 days.
The chairman of one taxi company said the proposed measure would increase the safety of his drivers. “In 2006 the government introduced the security cameras and most cabs now have GPS units,” he said. “What we’ve got now is an improvement over having nothing at all and as a result there has been a fair improvement in the reduction of assaults on taxi drivers.”
Queensland Taxi Advisers Incorporated, a union of taxi operators, said they supported the introduction of audio recording because it would create “greater transparency and certainty in investigations where there were conflicting statements from drivers and passengers.”
To address privacy concerns, the paper proposes to add stickers to the entry points at the taxis. The text will read, “Security cameras and microphones fitted. You will be photographed. Conversations will be recorded”. However, the legislation draft has met opposition from some. Scott Emerson, a spokesperson for the Liberal National Party of Queensland, objected to the measure on privacy grounds. “We need to know how these recordings are going to be used,” he said. “Who’s going to have access to them?”
Michael Cope, the president of the Queensland Council of Civil Liberties said he opposed the measure because the recordings might be used by taxi companies in civil cases concerning driver complaints. “We’re swapping from saying it’s about safety to saying it’s about setting fare disputes,” he said. “We don’t think that justifies collecting … intensely personal information that audio recordings collect.”
Queensland’s privacy commissioner Linda Matthews reacted said the recordings would be used for genuine law enforcement purposes. Annastacia Palaszczuk, Queensland’s Transport Minister, said the ideas within the proposal would be heavily considered before being implemented. She said: “If people think it’s a good idea then we go to full consultation. I would be meeting with the privacy commissioner, I’d be meeting with the taxi industry, I’d be consulting with members of the public in a much more formal way.”
Friday, March 3, 2006
A sticker for the Pensacola, Florida folk-punk band This Bike Is A Pipe Bomb was found on a bike near the Ohio University’s Oasis restaurant by a university police officer.
The university police, who were unaware of the band’s existence, summoned the Columbus police bomb squad, who destroyed the bike to ensure that there was no bomb inside. The university later discovered their error.
The bike’s owner, a graduate student, has been charged with “inducing panic,” a misdemeanor. He has been released and is due to appear in court March 13 on the charge.
The band’s label, Plan-It-X Records, has not yet commented on the incident. The font and style of the sticker are common among such humorous stickers.
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The end of an era. I wonder if he had decided ‘enough was enough’ the way things are going at BBC Radio 2.
For instance, what was wrong with Mo Dutta’s Saturday morning show? It was just right for very early on a Saturday morning, with a little humour and gentle banter, not to mention a littly sarcasm. So he has been replaced by Zoe Ball! I can’t stand her shreiking voice and stupid chatter. Needless to say, I don’t listen anymore.
So Terry, I will certainly miss you, what will I do on Christmas Day, who on earth will they put on instead? Anyway, enjoy your lie-ins and I will check back for your new show in February.
Sincerely, Cathy Joy. (Now of Pennsylvania, U.S.A)
I have listened to Terry for so many years and I proudly move my TOG car sticker from car to car, it’s hard to imagine not being able to know he is going to be in your home in morning to cheer and ispire us. —Preceding unsigned comment added by 188.8.131.52 (talk) 20:41, 19 December 2009 (UTC)
Your new presenter for Terry’s program really needs elocution lessons. When you are busy in the morning you could clearly hear Terry, but with Chris Evans he talks too fast, swallows half his words and plays horrible music. Wherever you got him from he is well over paid. We are switching off BBC2 until you sort yourselves out…………Since Evans has been away you have had an excellent presenter with Richard Allinson. Keep him is what I say! Linda W.
My first WikiNews article! I’ve been following this story for a while on various discussion boards. Sorry about the cats. Someone with a bit of experience can check this over before publishing. I used the image from the WP article, but I dare say that artist’s renditions of the aircraft in Singapore Airlines or Qantas livery could be found. I believe that the original intention was to apply large Qantas decals in Brisbane (rather than respray the aircraft), but this was unsourced, so I didn’t include it. –Skyring 05:10, 5 November 2005 (UTC)
I’m disapointed to see problems already with the aircraft
Sunday, October 9, 2005 California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger signed into law a bill that bans the sale or rental of violent video games to minors. The bill requires violent video games sold in the state of California to be labeled with a decal reading “18″ and makes their sale to a minor punishable by a fine of $1000 per offense.
AB 1179, written by Assemblymember Leland Yee (D-San Francisco), defines a violent video game as one that “enables the player to virtually inflict serious injury upon images of human beings or characters with substantially human characteristics in a manner which is especially heinous, cruel, or depraved in that it involves torture or serious physical abuse to the victim.”
The bill also states, “Exposing minors to depictions of violence in video games, including sexual and heinous violence, makes those minors more likely to experience feelings of aggression, to experience a reduction of activity in the frontal lobes of the brain, and to exhibit violent antisocial or aggressive behavior.”
The bill will take effect January 1, 2006. Groups opposing the bill, including free speech advocates and the video game industry, already plan to challenge its constitutionality in court.