Greece was going into Friday’s European Union leaders’ summit in Brussels looking for a unanimous decision on fiscal governance that will not involve a treaty change but also hoping that disagreement will not lead to talks falling apart and the financial rescue package for Athens being put in doubt. German Chancellor Angela Merkel and French President Nicolas Sarkozy are pushing for eurozone countries’ stricter budget controls to be enshrined in a rewritten EU treaty in a bid to assuage markets and establish a basis for common economic governance. European Council President Herman Van Rompuy believes that a treaty change, which does not have the support of all the EU members, can be avoided. Prime Minister Lucas Papademos met with Van Rompuy in the Belgian capital on Thursday prior to yesterday’s meeting. Sources said that Greece backs Van Rompuy’s proposal and that it will be calling for any decision to be adopted unanimously rather than by a majority vote. Greece is also against the idea put forward by Merkel of a constitutional debt brake, which would involve eurozone countries having to legally bind their governments to maintaining their debt below 60 per cent of gross domestic product. Athens also opposes the involvement of the European Court of Justice in the process of ensuring countries keep to the debt limit and the 3 per cent of GDP deficit ceiling. However, Greece’s greatest concern is that there should be some kind of agreement in Brussels on Friday, thereby ensuring Papademos can continue negotiating the country’s next bailout package, which will include a haircut for private bondholders. The prospect of the talks ending without a deal has prompted fear in Athens that its bailout negotiations would collapse and a disorderly bankruptcy and exit from the euro would loom. A poll by Public Issue for Kathimerini and Skai TV and Radio suggested that the majority of Greeks still want the country to remain in the euro. Two-thirds of respondents said they had a positive view of the euro and 53 per cent felt equally good about the European Union. There also appears to be little support for a return to the drachma as 69 per cent of those questioned said they believe things would be worse if Greece leaves the euro. Only 15 per cent said they would improve. Source: Kathimerini Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagram read more
Néandertal : une musculature de ‘fée du logis’ plus que de chasseurPubliée le 18 juillet sur PLoS ONE, une étude expérimentale britannique suggère que des activités domestiques comme le traitement des peaux, bien plus que le maniement de l’épieu, sont susceptibles d’avoir configuré la musculature des Néandertaliens, telle qu’on la déduit de l’examen de leurs fossiles.L’Homme de Néandertal – dont les squelettes fossilisés permettent de restituer l’implantation des muscles – était bien plus costaud du côté droit du corps que du côté gauche. C’est du moins ce qu’ont permis d’observer l’analyse des fossiles retrouvés jusqu’ici. Mais à quoi est dû cette asymétrie ? Pour tenter d’expliquer le mystère, des chercheurs de l’Université de Cambridge, dirigés par Colin Shaw, ont mené une expérience bien particulière. À lire aussiMaladie de Charcot : symptômes, causes, traitement, où en est on ?Ils ont soumis des volontaires à différents types de tâches physiques répétitives : maniement de lourdes lances d’une part et raclage de peaux d’autre part. Puis ils ont effectué des mesures musculaires sur ces ‘cobayes’. Ils ont alors constaté que l’activité musculaire était significativement plus élevée du côté gauche du corps lors des ‘estocs’ (poussées sur la lance). Tandis que les efforts du type ‘raclage’ favorisaient une activité musculaire beaucoup plus élevée du côté droit. Soit une morphologie comparable à celle observée grâce aux fossiles de Néandertal. Ceci suggère donc que cette action de grattage de peaux pourrait être la source réelle de la morphologie asymétrique des bras de Néandertal, ce qui offre une perspective intéressante sur son comportement. En effet, jusqu’ici, les spécialistes avaient surtout mis en avant les activités de chasseur de cet ancêtre, sans pour autant savoir combien de temps il y consacrait. “Les restes de squelettes de Néandertaliens suggèrent qu’ils faisaient quelque chose d’intense ou de répétitif, ou les deux à la fois, avec des répercussions importantes sur leur vie”, explique Colin Shaw. Aussi, “bien que la chasse ait été importante pour eux, notre recherche suggère que beaucoup de leur temps était consacré à l’exécution d’autres tâches, telles que la préparation des peaux de grands animaux. Si nous sommes dans le vrai, cela change notre image des activités quotidiennes des Néandertaliens”, conclut encore le chercheur qui espère bien poursuivre ses travaux pour confirmer leur découverte. Le 20 juillet 2012 à 19:42 • Maxime Lambert read more
The Brazilian scored his first goal with the Spurs at Wembley and has thanked family and teammates for this special chanceTottenham Hotspur Lucas Moura is over the moon right now.The Brazilian joined the team from Ligue 1 side Paris Saint-Germain in January, and this weekend he was able to score his first goal at Wembley Stadium.The iconic London stadium saw Moura score against Fulham. And he’s too happy.Solskjaer praises Harry Maguire after Man United’s 1-0 win Andrew Smyth – September 14, 2019 Ole Gunnar Solskjaer singled out Harry Maguire for praise after helping Manchester United keep a clean sheet in their 1-0 win over Leicester City.“I’m so happy for this moment and for helping the team to win. It’s been a dream for me to play in the Premier League and now I’ve just scored my first goal at Wembley”, Lucas told the club’s official website as reported by Inside Futbol.“All my family is here and I’m delighted because it was the first goal for my son. I just want to thank all of my team-mates – I’m very proud of them.”“I thought we had control of the game. It was a difficult game because they have strong, quick players but we dominated and found the goals,” he added.“We did our jobs, we are very strong and now we need to continue like this.” read more
Sarah Dunne, the ACLU’s legal director in Seattle, said currently 60 percent of hospital beds in Washington are operated by secular health providers while 40 percent are run by religiously affiliated organizations.According to an analysis by the ACLU, if eight proposed and pending mergers are approved by the end of 2013 those percentages will significantly shift. Forty-seven percent of hospital beds in the state would be run by religiously affiliated hospitals, according to the group’s analysis, while the share of secular beds would decrease to 53 percent.By the end of this year, Dunne said, mergers in Whatcom, Skagit and Snohomish counties could result in 100 percent of the hospitals in those communities being run by religiously affiliated institutions.— Aaron CorvinHospitals are supposed to be places of healing, but Washington’s hospitals are becoming places of conflict between religion and government over health care services.The state’s American Civil Liberties Union is questioning whether health care regulatory agencies and public hospital districts should grant approval to faith-based hospitals — primarily Catholic — that don’t offer reproductive and end-of-life services that are widely available at secular hospitals. In some rural areas of the state, the ACLU says, hospital consolidations and mergers could leave communities only with Catholic hospitals which refuse, based on Catholic religious beliefs, to provide such services. read more
HIALEAH, FLA. (WSVN) – A national restaurant chain delivered lunches to first responders across the country in honor of Labor Day, Monday.More than 800 Olive Garden restaurants nationwide delivered lunches to first responders, including Hialeah Fire Rescue.The restaurant chain has provided over 10,000 meals to police and fire rescue since 2002.Copyright 2019 Sunbeam Television Corp. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.
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A new bill in the California legislature may make it easier for consumers to get their devices repaired. James Martin/CNET An Apple representative is warning California lawmakers that they should reject legislation designed to make it easier for consumers to repair their own electronics, because the consumers might wind up hurting themselves, Motherboard reported Tuesday.California’s Right to Repair bill would require manufacturers of electronics to make repair information, diagnostic tools and service parts available to device owners and independent repair shops. Assembly Bill 1163 was introduced in March by California State Assembly member Susan Talamantes Eggman, who introduced a similar bill last year.”The Right to Repair will provide consumers with the freedom to have their electronic products and appliances fixed by a repair shop or service provider of their choice, creating a competitive market that will be cheaper for consumers and reduce the number of devices thrown in the trash,” Eggman, a Democrat from Stockton, said in a statement.Several states have introduced similar legislation in recent years to ease the process of repairing broken electronics. But many tech giants have opposed such efforts. To protect against intellectual property theft, they’ve created rigid rules that forbid fiddling with hardware or software.Proponents say right to repair laws would benefit consumers and the environment alike by ensuring devices last longer, thus reducing electronic waste.But Apple’s representative and a lobbyist from the tech trade group CompTIA have shown lawmakers the internal components of an iPhone, Motherboard reports. They told lawmakers that consumers trying to repair their own handset could hurt themselves by puncturing the lithium-ion battery, anonymous sources told Motherboard.However, there have been signs things may be changing. An internal Apple presentation from last year, leaked to Motherboard, details how the iPhone maker plans to allow outside technicians access to diagnostic apps and more parts for its devices. The result, according to the report, would be that owners of Apple devices wouldn’t have to send their gadget to the company’s repair centers for complex work.Apple and CompTIA didn’t immediately respond to requests for comment. Best Buy Aug 31 • Your phone screen is gross. Here’s how to clean it $999 Aug 31 • iPhone XR vs. iPhone 8 Plus: Which iPhone should you buy? Apple iPhone XS Review • iPhone XS review, updated: A few luxury upgrades over the XR Phones Tech Industry Aug 31 • Best places to sell your used electronics in 2019 See It Mentioned Above Apple iPhone XS (64GB, space gray) See It See It Sprint $999 Aug 31 • iPhone 11, Apple Watch 5 and more: The final rumors See it Apple • $999 Boost Mobile reading • Apple reportedly warning of consumer injury associated with Right to Repair bill $999 Comments See All Share your voice 3 CNET may get a commission from retail offers. Tags Preview • iPhone XS is the new $1,000 iPhone X Legislation Apple read more
One man is reported safe after his fishing boat sank in Lynn Canal on Sunday night.Twenty-five-year-old Woody Paul of Haines was rescued by another fishing boat in William Henry Bay north of Juneau after his boat the 36-foot, Kyra Dawn began taking on water and then capsized.The boat sank in about 900 feet of water about a mile from shore, according to the Coast Guard. Paul was rescued by another Haines fishing boat, the Gabriella.Paul’s mother, Carol, was able to speak to her son Monday morning from the Gabriella, she said. He told her he went into the water as the boat sank but was able to hang onto the roof of his bait shed. He didn’t have time to put on a survival suit, but was holding on to one. He was in the water about five minutes before being rescued.Coast Guard Petty Officer Wesley Shipley, watchstander at Sector Juneau, says they were preparing to send an H-60 helicopter from Sitka when the Kyra Dawn initially reported trouble.But they canceled the flight when they received a report that Paul was rescued.The Coast Guard prevention unit is investigating the sinking.A gale was forecasted for Sunday night in Lynn Canal, which led many fishermen to anchor early. But Haines fisherman Norm Hughes, who was headed for anchorage when the Kyra Dawn sank, said the weather kicked up faster than expected.“I was about a mile out of Mab Island anchorage and you could see this black line on the horizon, coming across up the channel and it was topped with all these white caps. That’s a weather event coming your way. And I didn’t make the anchorage before it hit and it went from one-footers to five-footers in 20 seconds.”Seven-foot seas were reported and wind gusts at Eldred Rock Lighthouse reached 71 knots according to the National Weather Service. read more
Anantapur: As many as 15 students of PVKK Institute of Technology (PVKKIT) secured jobs in ‘Pact’ as operation executives during on campus recruitment drive conducted at the college here on Friday. Placement officer Dr Bhanu Kiran said about 200 students attended the interviews. The selected candidates will be posted in Bengaluru branch. The annual salary will be Rs 2.5 lakh. The college Chairman Palle Kishore, Treasurer Palle Sindhura, representative from college management Srikanth Reddy, HR Surya and others were present.
Hyderabad: TRS Working President KT Rama Rao presented a tribute tyre bike to K Sagar, who lost his leg in an accident while he was working in Gulf countries. Sagar, a native of Sircilla, was working in Dubai when he lost his right leg in a truck accident. After coming back to Timmapur, his native village, Sagar started a Kirana store. Sagar tweeted about his condition to the TRS working president. Noticing this, senior TRS leader Gaddampally Ravinder Reddy came forward to give a vehicle to Sagar. Ravinder Reddy said that he was happy to be a part of ‘Gift A Smile’ challenge. KTR assured to help Sagar for his livelihood.
Chief election commissioner KM Nurul Huda. File photoNoting that 100 per cent voter turnout in any polling station is not ‘normal’, the chief election commissioner on Sunday said the commission has nothing to do with it once the gazette of the election result is published, reports UNB.”I think, hundred per cent voter turnout in any polling station is not a normal matter,” CEC KM Nurul Huda said.He made the remark while replying to a question from reporters after inaugurating a voter list updating training programme at Lalbagh Model School and College in the city.In the 30-December general election, the voter turnout was 100 per cent in at least 69 polling stations under different constituencies, according to the EC centre-wise election results.The CEC said, “Presiding officers usually dispose of polling stations-based disputes immediately after the balloting. Then the returning officers send the compiled results to us. We didn’t receive any complaint at that time. So, now the EC has nothing to do.”Nurul Huda explained that the gazette of any election result is published soon after the balloting.”Once the gazette is published, the EC has nothing to do. So, there’s no scope to investigate it.”He, however, said there is a scope to file cases with the court in this regard. “And the court has the scope to examine it. If any case is filed with the court, then we’ll have to do what the court will say,” he said.In the future, the CEC said, votes will be cast through electronic voting machines (EVMs) to prevent election irregularities. read more
Bobby Ross Jr.,Load Comments,High court declines New Jersey preservation grants case Share This! News • Photos of the Week Share This! Facebook Twitter Pinterest LinkedIn ReddIt Email,About the authorView All Posts Facebook Twitter Pinterest LinkedIn ReddIt Email Catholicism Pope: Vatican next year to open archives on wartime Pius XII Instagram apostasy stirs controversy over Christian ‘influencers’ August 30, 2019 TagsChurches of Christ Clyde E. Brothers Jr convicted sex offender homepage featured sex abuse sexual abuse Top Story,You may also like Facebook Twitter Pinterest LinkedIn ReddIt Email News Share This! Share This! By: Bobby Ross Jr. By: Bobby Ross Jr. Facebook Twitter Pinterest LinkedIn ReddIt Email,UNIONTOWN, Pa. (RNS) — After a longtime youth minister’s recent conviction on corruption of minors and indecent exposure charges, a judge in this western Pennsylvania community did what the Uniontown Church of Christ’s elders refused to do.The judge told Clyde E. Brothers Jr. to stay away from church services.Brothers, 68, served for many years as the volunteer youth minister for the 100-member Uniontown congregation. Since at least the 1980s, he also interacted with hundreds of children as a founding board member for Camp Concern — a Bible camp directed and sponsored by members of Churches of Christ. Generations of parents entrusted Brothers with instilling Christian faith and values in their children in this city of 10,000.Victims’ relatives say his case points to a problem that plagues not just the Roman Catholic Church and the Southern Baptist Convention — both embroiled in major sex abuse scandals — but also the nation’s 12,000 autonomous Churches of Christ.“It truly is an epidemic, such sickness,” said one victim’s mother, a former Uniontown church member whose name is being withheld to protect her son’s identity.The allegations that Brothers used his volunteer church and camp positions to prey on young boys were traumatic enough, several current and former Uniontown church members said.Former youth minister Clyde E. Brothers Jr. leaves a Fayette County, Pa., courtroom after being convicted of indecent exposure and corruption of minors in October 2018. Photo by Mark Hofmann/Uniontown Herald-StandardBut church leaders’ decision to allow Brothers to keep worshiping with the congregation made it worse, they said.“I was told I had hatred in my heart, and I needed to forgive,” said member Debbie Williams, a former youth group sponsor who had traveled with Brothers and church teens to numerous Bible bowls and youth rallies.Another longtime member said her son, now in his 30s, was one of four victims whom Brothers identified by name to the Pennsylvania State Police.“It’s almost like Clyde is more important than the victims are,” the mother said about the perpetrator remaining in the pews.Bob Coldren, one of the church’s three elders, stressed in an interview that Brothers twice came forward at church and repented of his sins.“Just like anybody else who comes forward at church, is it my place to judge him on his sins … or is it God’s to judge him of those?” said Coldren, who is also Brothers’ brother-in-law. “If I judge him if he’s sincere or not sincere, I’m judging wrong because I can’t see what’s in his heart.“I’m in the middle of a bad situation. No matter what I do, I’m wrong,” Coldren added. “So if I say, ‘Absolutely not, he didn’t repent,’ then God’s going to be on me. I’m not going by the world. I’m going by what’s in Scripture.”Coldren said the elders had taken steps to protect children and ensure the former youth minister was “never out of anybody’s sight.”Brothers was removed from his church leadership roles after the allegations surfaced in late 2016.Asked if the elders supported the victims, Coldren replied, “Yes, we were very supportive of the victims, if they asked for the help. But none of them ever came to us for anything. What do you do when nobody asks? You can’t help somebody who doesn’t ask for help.”The sign outside the Uniontown Church of Christ in Pennsylvania on a rainy day in February 2019. Photo by Bobby Ross Jr.More than two years ago, three of Brothers’ fellow board members at Camp Concern — conducted each summer at Raccoon Creek State Park, about 25 miles west of Pittsburgh — confronted Brothers at his home.Brothers broke down and confessed to inappropriate behavior with “many, many, so many boys,” said Terry Lafferty, one of the board members and minister for the North Hills Church of Christ in Pittsburgh.“He said, ‘I’m evil, just evil,’” Lafferty said of the December 2016 meeting. “And I thought that he was really going to open up and confess to all this stuff because there were a lot of names that started coming out.”Brothers agreed to go with Lafferty, Richard Walton and Keith Wolfgong to make a statement at the Pennsylvania State Police station in this city about 50 miles south of Pittsburgh.By the time Brothers got to the station, though, he had become much less forthcoming, Lafferty said.Some allegations against Brothers could not be prosecuted because the statute of limitations had expired, victims advocates said. Other claims involved alleged victims who were unwilling to testify.In at least one case, church members complained that law enforcement officials did not follow up on leads. Fayette County Assistant District Attorney Wendy O’Brien, who prosecuted the corruption of minors and indecent exposure charges filed against Brothers in March 2017, declined an interview request.At Brothers’ trial in Fayette County District Court last October, a 38-year-old man testified that he was 13 or 14 when the Uniontown youth minister took him to a church event in Arkansas and inappropriately touched him.At first, Brothers took him and other young people to fun activities, such as seeing movies and driving go-karts. But then the youth minister began showing pornographic movies to the boys, the man testified, according to the Uniontown Herald-Standard. Eventually, Brothers performed lewd acts in front of him and encouraged him to do likewise, the man said, reporting that this happened “at least 50” times.“This man stole my son’s childhood as well as his innocence and basically ruined his life,” the man’s mother said in a victim impact statement. She alleged that the youth minister drugged and molested her son “on several occasions” and threatened to harm his family if he told anyone.“I believe that Clyde Brothers deserves nothing less than the most severe punishment allowed by law, of course,” the mother told Judge Steve P. Leskinen before Brothers’ sentencing in January. “But I know in my heart that the more severe punishment will be the one that I pray God delivers to Clyde Brothers because he chose to prey on innocent children in God’s name.”Another mother directed her victim impact statement to Brothers, who did not speak when offered the opportunity by the judge.“Not one of your victims remain in church,” the mother told Brothers during the court hearing. “You have affected them in more ways than you could imagine. Were all these activities just so you could gain access to the boys? One is in jail. Some have turned to drugs and have trouble holding down a job. Counseling doesn’t help. And two have committed suicide.“And all the while,” she added, “you have been walking around a free man while these boys are trying to deal with what you have done to them.”Victims’ advocate Jimmy Hinton, left, with his mother, Clara Hinton, and sister Alex Howlett at the Somerset Church of Christ in Pennsylvania. Their father and husband, John Hinton, a longtime minister, is serving prison time for sexually abusing young girls. RNS photo by Bobby Ross Jr.Jimmy Hinton, a certification specialist with the advocacy organization GRACE (Godly Response to Abuse in the Christian Environment), blames “bad theology” for congregations allowing abusers to remain in the pews alongside victims and their families.“Shepherds are to guard the sheep from the wolves with their lives. Most churches I encounter have never been trained to distinguish the wolves from sheep, so they invite wolves in under the guise of ‘forgiveness and repentance,’” said Hinton, who preaches for the Somerset Church of Christ, about 60 miles east of Uniontown.Hinton became a victims advocate after his sister Alex Howlett confided to him in 2011 that their father, John Hinton — who spent 27 years as the Somerset church’s minister — had sexually abused her when she was young.Jimmy Hinton’s report to authorities prompted an investigation that resulted in his father pleading guilty to sexually assaulting and taking nude photographs of four young girls, ages 4 to 7. John Hinton is serving a 30- to 60-year sentence in a Pennsylvania state prison.Discussing the Brothers case, Jimmy Hinton pointed to questions about whether the former youth minister has named all his victims, as well as Brothers’ decision to file a post-conviction appeal, as indicative of his heart.Clyde E. Brothers Jr.’s attorney filed a post-conviction appeal, with some portions redacted before being made public.“Forgiveness is conditioned upon repentance,” Hinton said. “A repentant sexual predator would name every victim, submit to the court authorities and would never do anything to retraumatize his victims or their families.“Because they are wolves, they don’t care.”Victims’ families say they are angry with Brothers but also angry at themselves for failing to notice warning signs — such as the former youth minister inviting boys on overnight trips with him.“The anger that I feel, it just never goes away,” the mother of one victim said, lamenting that her son’s experience with Brothers caused him to give up on God and renounce his faith.Others gathered around the table nodded their heads and reported similar experiences, saying their grown sons won’t have anything to do with the church.Judge Leskinen sentenced Brothers to up to five years in prison. However, the former youth minister was released on electronic monitoring pending an appeal of his convictions.As part of his ruling, the judge told Brothers to give up his firearms.Leskinen also ordered Brothers not to attend the Uniontown church “until and unless there is a signed waiver of this provision … by the governing authority of the said Church.”Judge Steve Leskinen ordered Clyde E. Brothers Jr. not to attend the Uniontown Church of Christ. Image courtesy of Fayette County, Pa. Court RecordsIn a post-sentence motion in late January, attorney Jack R. Heneks Jr. said Brothers’ convictions for offenses alleged to have occurred in 1992 and 1993 should fall outside Pennsylvania’s statute of limitations. Heneks also asserted that the judge’s prohibition against Brothers attending the Uniontown church “violates the defendant’s First Amendment rights to freedom of religion and association.”After Brothers’ conviction, church elders quickly announced a congregational meeting to discuss whether to provide the waiver and allow Brothers to return to the Uniontown church.About 30 members attended the congregational meeting, Williams said, and “all but three or four said that we didn’t want him to worship with us and to go by what the judge said.” Some said the elders could take the Lord’s Supper to his home.For now, the elders have not requested the waiver, and Brothers has not returned to church.But eventually, the leaders will have another meeting with the congregation, Coldren said. They wanted to let a little time pass first.“I’m not saying we are or are not going to let him back in,” Coldren said. “What’s the difference if he walks in our doors or if he walks in another church’s?”(Bobby Ross Jr. writes for the Christian Chronicle, where this story first appeared. The original version of this story can be found here. This article has been updated.) Bobby Ross Jr. By: Bobby Ross Jr. Share This! Photos of the Week August 30, 2019 Facebook Twitter Pinterest LinkedIn ReddIt Email As Amazon burns, Vatican prepares for summit on region’s faith and sustainabilit … August 30, 2019 read more
Stay on target Look, we all knew going in that this wasn’t going to be the end of the Cicada arc. As much as we want to know what’s really going on with Eobard Thawne, Cicada is still the big bad of the season. At least for now. The bright side is the way The Flash extended this story wasn’t at all the cop-out it could have been. It didn’t feel like the only reason Team Flash failed was because there’s a full third of a season that needs filling up. It was a logical and exciting escalation of the story. One that was set up by a past episode as well as the plot of this one.Now that the moral of last week’s King Shark episode has sunk in, Barry is dead set on convincing Cicada to take the metahuman cure willingly. The only question is how. Nora is racing to figure out a solution because, as she learned in her most recent conversation with Thawne, they don’t have much time left. There is a new timeline emerging, probably due to XS meddling in her past. A new timeline brings uncertainty and unpredictability which, according to Thawne, could be bad. Why do I get the feeling the new timeline is probably good for The Flash/XS, and only bad for whatever Thawne’s real plan is? This is the real downside of not being done with Cicada just yet. I’m incredibly curious to know what Thawne’s up to, but the show only has time for one scene of him per episode.Grant Gustin as Barry Allen, Candice Patton as Iris West Allen and Jessica Parker Kennedy as Nora West – Allen — Photo: Jeff Weddell/The CWThe Flash and XS are called to the scene of a metahuman robbing a science lab. Once there, they find he has acid powers. XS recognizes the burn marks he leaves in the floor instantly. They’re from The Flash’s last appearance before his final battle with Cicada. If he’s going to change history, today is the day. Most of the episode follows the Flash formula to the letter. Only this time, The Flash is not trying to defeat a metahuman, but make him see reason. And that’s the goal from the beginning, not one that emerges over a lengthy heart-to heart. (That comes in the B-plot.)That’s actually what this episode does really well. It merges the B-plot into the main story, making it truly feel like it matters. The episode feels so much more eventful and important because every scene feels necessary. There’s very little that could be considered filler. While Barry’s attempt to appeal to Cicada’s legacy fails (turns out the serial killer doesn’t care about his legacy), Joe investigates from a different angle. He and Cecile put together that there must be someone patching him up, and they figure out a likely suspect: Dr. Ambres. Cecile joins up with him to interrogate the doctor. She’s so excited to use her empath abilities in an interrogation, she intimidates Joe. He’s used to going by his gut, not trusting someone else’s abilities. Yes, it’s kind of a contrived problem, but I can forgive it. It makes a certain amount of sense that Joe would want to prove he can still be a good cop by himself after being away so long. (And again, I’m so happy to see Jesse L. Martin back in an active role on this show.)Jesse L. Martin as Detective Joe West — Photo: Jeff Weddell/The CWJoe and Barry take turns giving each other advice and both come away with an understanding of how to do better. Joe realizes that Cecile’s strengths are his own, and she can enable him to do his job better. The second interrogation goes well. Not only does Dr. Ambres agree to set up a meeting with Cicada, she gives up a crucial piece of information. One that not even Cicada knows. Grace is a metahuman. Her powers appeared only recently. At the meeting, Barry convinces Orlin to go through with the metahuman cure. He takes off his mask at tells Orlin that Grace wouldn’t want to grow up in a world where someone is hunting down people like her.That turns out to be a dangerous assumption. Orlin agrees to take the cure, and Team Flash agrees to his conditions. He has his knife by his side in case they turn out to be lying, and Dr. Ambres is the one to suture him up. The procedure goes well, and the metahuman cure begins to work. Then, right as Ambres is patching up Orlin’s freshly opened wound, the lights go out. There’s an intruder in S.T.A.R. Labs. Team Flash assembles to find out who it is. To their surprise, it’s Cicada. How is this possible. If you’ve been paying attention this season, it should click at this point that the episode where XS went inside Grace’s mind was foreshadowing. We learned that Grace’s view towards metahumans align pretty closely with Orlins. We also saw an older version of her as Cicada.Danielle Panabaker as Caitlin Frost — Photo: Jeff Weddell/The CWWell, guess who came to the surgery. Nora isn’t the only one who found a way to travel back in time. As Team Flash tries to figure out what to do about this newly appeared Cicada, she easily dispatches all of them. With a blast of energy, she ties flash to the wall, before systematically knocking out the rest of the team with objects around the room. As fight scenes go, this one was exactly as shocking and demoralizing as the show wanted it to be. Even knowing logically that we wouldn’t be done with Cicada’s story this early, the episode did a good job of building up just enough hope for this moment to knock the wind out of us. This was an impressively well-put together episode of The Flash. The new Cicada kills Dr. Ambrose right as she’s trying to escape with Orlin. She takes the unconscious Orlin back to his house where she reveals what we’ve suspected for an entire scene now. She is Grace from the future. The real question is, how did she get here? It’s an exciting cliffhanger that raises the stakes of the overall story arc. Rather than giving us an artificial extension of the story, The Flash carefully set up the events of this episode to give us a satisfying and surprising outcome.Grant Gustin as The Flash — Photo: Jeff Weddell/The CWThe only part of the episode that didn’t quite fit in was the Iris-Nora story. The whole episode, Iris is desperately trying to check off a list of fun things to do with Nora before she goes back to her own time. It felt out of place with the importance of everything else going on. It didn’t really go anywhere either. Just a brief argument followed by an admission that mother-daughter time is important too. I realize Iris needs something to do in these episodes, but couldn’t it be something a little more urgent than this? That’s just a minor quibble with what was otherwise an especially strong episode of The Flash. I never thought I’d be excited to see more Cicada but after that ending, I can’t help it.The Flash airs Tuesdays at 8 p.m. on The CW.Previously on The Flash:The Flash Season 5 Episode 15 RecapThe Flash Season 5 Episode 13 RecapThe Flash Season 5 Episode 12 Recap Top Movies and TV Panels to Keep on Your Radar for SDCC 2019’The Flash’ Season 5 Finale Recap: 2 Big Bads and 1 Pre-Crisis read more
Darjeeling: The coalition of regional parties in Darjeeling Hills and the exercise to field a consensus candidate fizzled out with the constituents deciding to go their own ways. Even Congress and Left Front have fielded their own candidates.The Gorkha National Liberation Front (GNLF) has decided to form an alliance with the Bimal Gurung faction of the Gorkha Janmukti Morcha. The coalition will be supporting the BJP candidate from the Darjeeling constituency. Also Read – Bose & Gandhi: More similar than apart, says Sugata BoseInterestingly, the bigwigs of the Bimal Gurung faction of the GJM, namely Gurung and Roshan Giri, are absconding. In a joint press conference in Delhi on Monday, the GNLF-GJM (Bimal faction) pledged their support to the BJP. “This has been done in the greater interest of the Gorkhas and to defeat anti-Gorkha forces,” stated Niraj Zimba, spokesperson, GNLF. The coalition feels that the BJP alone can fulfill the aspiration of the Gorkhas. When questioned on the public demand for local candidates for the Darjeeling constituency, Binu Sundas of the GJM (Bimal faction) said: “We had thought of this but had to compromise.” The BJP has not yet announced the names of candidates. Also Read – Rs 13,000 crore investment to provide 2 lakh jobs: MamataWhen questioned on the GNLF-GJM (Bimal faction) coalition, Binay Tamang, president of the GJM said: “The GNLF does not have any base in the Hills. The leaders of the other party are absconding. How will the coalition matter?” Meanwhile Shanker Malakar, the sitting MLA of Matigara-Naxalbari, has been fielded by the Congress for the Darjeeling constituency. The name of Saman Pathak was declared by the Left Front on Tuesday as their candidate for Darjeeling. read more
Related posts:Talent and good policy are key targets for improving Costa Rica’s competitiveness, forum experts say Costa Rica attracts over $2 billion in foreign direct investment in 2014 Apple working to complete streaming music deal with record labels before June 8 ‘Star Wars’ smashes Christmas Day box office record Christie’s sold a painting by Pablo Picasso Monday night for $179.4 million, far exceeding both the firm’s expectations and the previous record for the most expensive work of art ever sold at auction.The 1955 painting, “Women of Algiers” (Version “O”), is just one of several prized pieces going on sale during the May auction season. Bloomberg reports that dealers are putting art worth an estimated $2.3 billion up for auction over a period of two weeks this month. On Monday night, the auction house also sold Alberto Giacometti’s “Pointing Man,” a 1947 sculpture, for $141.3 million.Christie’s had expected to sell the sculpture for $130 million and the Picasso for $140 million. Until this week, the most expensive work to sell at auction had been Francis Bacon’s triptych of the artist Lucian Freud, which went for $142.4 million in 2013.Paintings are fetching even higher prices away from the auction houses. A portrait of two Tahitian women painted by Paul Gauguin in 1892 sold privately for almost $300 million earlier this year, according to The New York Times. That was apparently the most anyone has ever paid for a work of art.Figures like these will certainly raise eyebrows, especially at a time when investors worldwide have jitters about high prices in stocks, bonds and other assets. Some art collectors may be remembering the market’s last contraction, which began in 1989 and lasted several years. Prices took more than a decade to recover.“Is the art market now in a bubble? Is the bubble about to burst?” the economist Nouriel Roubini, who famously predicted the financial crisis of 2008, wrote in a note to investors earlier this year. “These questions are now being raised about the art market.”They are difficult to answer. A work or art isn’t like a bond or a share of stock. It doesn’t have a yield or a price-to-earnings ratio. There is no hard way of measuring how much it’s worth. As a result, art is vulnerable to “fads, fashions, manias — and potentially bubbles,” as Roubini wrote. Gauguin’s “When Will You Marry Me?” (Courtesy Beyeler Foundation/Wikimedia Commons)Yet there are other explanations for the vast sums these works have been fetching. Art appeals to an ever larger class of the world’s very rich, who may be hesitant to put their significant wealth in more conventional assets given lingering uncertainty about the health of the global economy and rapid swings in global currency values.Economists debate whether art is a sensible investment. It generates similar returns to stock markets over the long term, according to Michael Moses, one of two experts behind the widely cited, proprietary Mei Moses family of art-market indexes. There have also been periods when art has yielded poor returns, though, particularly over the past 20 years, when stocks have done much better.The price that people will pay to appreciate a fine painting in their homes, or simply to schmooze at galleries and fairs with talented and creative types along with well-heeled patrons like themselves, may be high enough to deter investors who don’t enjoy these aspects of collecting.“I don’t think you should be investing in art purely for investment purposes,” said Kathryn Graddy, an economist at Brandeis University. “You’ve got to like art.”The price of art does not rise and fall with prices in the stock market, making it attractive to those who think stocks could lose value.Investors worldwide have been seeking safe bets for years, bidding up prices for German bonds and land in London. For a sophisticated investor who makes careful purchases, art offers another kind of sanctuary. Even if Picasso, Giacometti and van Gogh generate only mediocre returns in the short term, their work has already stood up to the judgment of history, and is likely to retain its value for generations.“Does it outperform inflation? Certainly,” Moses said. “Is it a wealth preserver? Yes.”Not only are there more buyers who can afford art, but the difference between the merely prosperous and the fabulously wealthy is increasing as well, as global wealth becomes more concentrated.That fact could account for the exceptional performance of another sector of the art market: works priced over $10 million.These masterpieces have been selling fast, in contrast to more modestly priced works. In other words, the art market appears to be polarizing between an extremely wealthy group of buyers who are paying ever higher prices for pieces like the Women of Algiers, and those who aren’t rich enough to afford them.In this way, the market for art resembles the one for consumer products more than the stock market. In groceries, clothing and more, vendors that cater to a smaller, wealthier group of customers have been more successful. Perhaps art dealers are also rushing to satisfy a clientele with the means to be more discerning in their demands.“If you’re rich and you’ve got a lovely house, you need to have nice things to hang on the wall,” Shirley said.© 2015, The Washington Post Facebook Comments read more
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