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the proposal: If you’re in need of wholesome content, Robert Irwin helped Bindi’s now husband practice the proposal

If you’re in need of wholesome content, Robert Irwin helped Bindi’s now husband practice the proposal

the proposal: If you’re in need of wholesome content, Robert Irwin helped Bindi’s fiancé practice the proposal
the proposal: If you’re in need of wholesome content, Robert Irwin helped Bindi’s fiancé practice the proposal

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the proposal: Celebrate Tribune shut out Packers. Your graduate's open house with an announcement in the Albert Lea Tribune. Albert Lea Call today 507-379-9850 Friday, May 24, 2013 50¢ Boy Scouts to accept gay boys Drganization continues to disallow gay leaders to defect. A meeting is planned for hext month to disciss the formation ofa pew otganiza tion for boys The vote was ronducted by secret ballot Thurwlay during the National Council's annual meeting at conference oenter not far fron Bo Soout head- quarters in suburban Dallas. Ot the roughly 1,400 voting members of the conncil who cast ballots, 61 percent sup debate, as ws evident in the reactions of leaders of some of the conservative religious denominations that sponsor Scout units. "We are deeply saddened," said Frank Page, president of the Southern Baptist Conven- tion's executive committee. "Homosexual behavior is in- compatible with the principles ported the proposal drafted by the governing Executive Com- mittee. The poliey change takes effect Jan. "This has been a challenging chapter in our history," the BSA chief executive, Wayne Brock, said after the vote. "While people have differing opinions on this policy, kids are better off when they're in Scouting." However, the outcome will not end the menmbership policy GRAPEVINE, Tesas (AP) ter lengthy and wrenching ebate, local leaders of the Bey uts of America have voted open their ranks to openly ay boys for the finst time, but ated reactions from the left t right made clear that the RA controversies are far mitt over. The Scouts longstanding ban on gay adults remains in force, and many liberal Scout leaders as well as gay-rights groups Nan to continue pressing for an end to that esclusion even though the BSA's top officials aren't ready for that step Meanwhile, many conserva- tives within the Scouts are dis- traught at the outeome of the vote and some are threatening + Soouts, Page In through the back door | -5 bridge collapses when truck hits spar PM REPORT aputies tag 3 r drugs near armony Park BENEVA - Three ople were arrested ited for drug pos- slon on Thursday ning near Hamony 79503 28th St., ording to the Free- n County Sheriffh No one perishes ports stated at P.m. deputies Christian Creed man for a small unt of marijuana lison Haley Delk seld on a charge n-degree posses- mushrooms. 02 am. to- puties ar Thomas John ngh for fith possession of iphetamine. MOUNT VERNON, Wash. (AP) - The Inte state 5 bridge collapse into the Skagit River w caused by an oversize truck hitfing the span the Washington Siate Patrol chief said. "For reasons unkne at this point in time t semi struck the overh of the bridge causing collapse," John Batist told ån overnight new conference. The truck made it of the bridge and the driv ght tions This newspaper layout- In through the back door boys
the proposal: Celebrate
 Tribune
 shut
 out Packers.
 Your graduate's open house with
 an announcement in the
 Albert Lea Tribune.
 Albert Lea
 Call today
 507-379-9850
 Friday, May 24, 2013
 50¢
 Boy Scouts to accept gay boys
 Drganization continues to disallow gay leaders
 to defect. A meeting is planned
 for hext month to disciss the
 formation ofa pew otganiza
 tion for boys
 The vote was ronducted by
 secret ballot Thurwlay during
 the National Council's annual
 meeting at conference oenter
 not far fron Bo Soout head-
 quarters in suburban Dallas.
 Ot the roughly 1,400 voting
 members of the conncil who
 cast ballots, 61 percent sup
 debate, as ws evident in the
 reactions of leaders of some
 of the conservative religious
 denominations that sponsor
 Scout units.
 "We are deeply saddened,"
 said Frank Page, president of
 the Southern Baptist Conven-
 tion's executive committee.
 "Homosexual behavior is in-
 compatible with the principles
 ported the proposal drafted by
 the governing Executive Com-
 mittee. The poliey change takes
 effect Jan.
 "This has been a challenging
 chapter in our history," the BSA
 chief executive, Wayne Brock,
 said after the vote. "While
 people have differing opinions
 on this policy, kids are better off
 when they're in Scouting."
 However, the outcome will
 not end the menmbership policy
 GRAPEVINE, Tesas (AP)
 ter lengthy and wrenching
 ebate, local leaders of the Bey
 uts of America have voted
 open their ranks to openly
 ay boys for the finst time, but
 ated reactions from the left
 t right made clear that the
 RA controversies are far
 mitt over.
 The Scouts longstanding ban
 on gay adults remains in force,
 and many liberal Scout leaders
 as well as gay-rights groups
 Nan to continue pressing for
 an end to that esclusion even
 though the BSA's top officials
 aren't ready for that step
 Meanwhile, many conserva-
 tives within the Scouts are dis-
 traught at the outeome of the
 vote and some are threatening
 + Soouts, Page
 In through the back door | -5 bridge
 collapses
 when
 truck
 hits spar
 PM REPORT
 aputies tag 3
 r drugs near
 armony Park
 BENEVA - Three
 ople were arrested
 ited for drug pos-
 slon on Thursday
 ning near Hamony
 79503 28th St.,
 ording to the Free-
 n County Sheriffh
 No one perishes
 ports stated at
 P.m. deputies
 Christian Creed
 man for a small
 unt of marijuana
 lison Haley Delk
 seld on a charge
 n-degree posses-
 mushrooms.
 02 am. to-
 puties ar
 Thomas John
 ngh for fith
 possession of
 iphetamine.
 MOUNT VERNON,
 Wash. (AP) - The Inte
 state 5 bridge collapse
 into the Skagit River w
 caused by an oversize
 truck hitfing the span
 the Washington Siate
 Patrol chief said.
 "For reasons unkne
 at this point in time t
 semi struck the overh
 of the bridge causing
 collapse," John Batist
 told ån overnight new
 conference.
 The truck made it of
 the bridge and the driv
 ght
 tions
This newspaper layout- In through the back door boys

This newspaper layout- In through the back door boys

the proposal: I'm waiting for the proposal.
the proposal: I'm waiting for the proposal.

I'm waiting for the proposal.

the proposal: Labor's Litany of Dangerous Ideas: The Protecting the Right to Organize (PRO) Act Unions and their allies are promoting a bill that would destabilize America's workplaces and impose a long list of dangerous changes to labor law. The proposal, called the Protecting the Right to Organize (PRO) Act (H.R. 2474 and S. 1306), is a litany of almost every failed idea from the past 30 years of labor policy. The PRO Act would undermine worker rights, ensnare employers in unrelated labor disputes, disrupt the economy, and force individual Americans to pay union dues regardless of their wishes. The PRO Act would: Undermine secret ballot elections-forcing workers to make their choice about unionizing in public and exposing them to threats and coercion from union agents. Impose on the full country California's stringent definition of "independent contractor deny ing individuals the ability to work independently, threatening the emerging "gig economy, and taking away the flexibility that has allowed American businesses of all sizes to grow. Authorize 'secondary boycotts" -allowing unions to launch disruptive protests and pickets against any employer, even those that have nothing to do with a labor dispute. Codify an expansive "pint employer standard-meaning that businesses could suddenly face liability for workplaces they don't control and workers they don't employ Eliminate all state Right-to-Work laws, which protect workers in more than halt the country against being fired t they decline to pay union dues Impose mandatory union contracts it a union and employer do not reach an agreement. This would undermine the collective bargaining process, saddle employers with potentially unaf- fordable contracts, and deprive workers of the right to vote on the terms and conditions of their own employment Increase needless class action lawsuits by banning employment arbitration agreements Deny employers any role in the union election process, which will ensure that workers can't get balanced information about a critical workplace decision Interfere with attomey-client confidentiality and make it harder for businesses, particularly small businesses, to secure legal advice on complex labor law matters Impose personal liability on managers for alleged NLRA violations along with penalties as high as $100,000 Take away the ability of employers to keep their workplaces open during strikes Members of Congress need to stand up for the rights of America's workers and employers and oppose the PRO Act. No co-sponsorship, no statements of support, and a "no" vote every time. U.S. CHAMBER OF COMMERCE www.stoptheproact.com Those poor poor Employers
the proposal: Labor's Litany of Dangerous Ideas:
 The Protecting the Right to Organize (PRO) Act
 Unions and their allies are promoting a bill that would destabilize America's workplaces and
 impose a long list of dangerous changes to labor law. The proposal, called the Protecting the Right
 to Organize (PRO) Act (H.R. 2474 and S. 1306), is a litany of almost every failed idea from the past
 30 years of labor policy. The PRO Act would undermine worker rights, ensnare employers in unrelated
 labor disputes, disrupt the economy, and force individual Americans to pay union dues regardless of
 their wishes. The PRO Act would:
 Undermine secret ballot elections-forcing workers to make their choice about unionizing in
 public and exposing them to threats and coercion from union agents.
 Impose on the full country California's stringent definition of "independent contractor deny
 ing individuals the ability to work independently, threatening the emerging "gig economy, and
 taking away the flexibility that has allowed American businesses of all sizes to grow.
 Authorize 'secondary boycotts" -allowing unions to launch disruptive protests and pickets
 against any employer, even those that have nothing to do with a labor dispute.
 Codify an expansive "pint employer standard-meaning that businesses could suddenly face
 liability for workplaces they don't control and workers they don't employ
 Eliminate all state Right-to-Work laws, which protect workers in more than halt the country
 against being fired t they decline to pay union dues
 Impose mandatory union contracts it a union and employer do not reach an agreement. This
 would undermine the collective bargaining process, saddle employers with potentially unaf-
 fordable contracts, and deprive workers of the right to vote on the terms and conditions of their
 own employment
 Increase needless class action lawsuits by banning employment arbitration agreements
 Deny employers any role in the union election process, which will ensure that workers can't get
 balanced information about a critical workplace decision
 Interfere with attomey-client confidentiality and make it harder for businesses, particularly small
 businesses, to secure legal advice on complex labor law matters
 Impose personal liability on managers for alleged NLRA violations along with penalties as high
 as $100,000
 Take away the ability of employers to keep their workplaces open during strikes
 Members of Congress need to stand up for the rights of America's workers
 and employers and oppose the PRO Act. No co-sponsorship, no statements
 of support, and a "no" vote every time.
 U.S. CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
 www.stoptheproact.com
Those poor poor Employers

Those poor poor Employers

the proposal: elebrale Tribune shut out Packers. Your graduate's onen house with an announcement in the Albert Lea Tribune. Albert Lea Call today 507-379-9850 Friday, May 24, 2013 50 Boy Scouts to accept gay boys Drganization continues to disallow gay leaders to defect. A meeting ie planned debate, as was evident in the reactions of leaders of some of the conservative religions denominations that sponsor Scout units "We are deeply saddened, said Frank Page, president of the Southern Baptist Conven tion's executive committee "Homosesual behavior is in- compatible with the principles ported the proposal drafted by the governing Executive Com mittee. The policy change takes effect Jan. 1. This has been a challenging chapter in our history," the BSA chief executive, Wayne Brock, said after the vote. "While people have differing opinions on this policy, kids are better off when they're in Scouting." However, the outeome will not end the membership policy for nest month to discis thbe formation of a new organiza- tion for boys. The vote was rondacted hy secret ballot Thursday during the National Councs annual meeting at conference center not far from Boy Scout bead- quarters in subutban Dallas Of the roughly 1,400 voting members of the conacil who cast ballots, 6 percent sup GRAPEVINE, Texas (AP) ter lengthy and wrenching ebate, local leaders of the Bey couts of America have voted open their ranks to openly ay boys for the first time, but ated reactions from the left d right made clear that the As controversies are far t over The Scouts longstanding ban vote and some are threatening on gay adults remains in force, and many biberal Scout leaders - as well as gay-rights groups -plan to continue pressing for an end to that exclusion even though the ISAs top officials aren't ready for that step. Meanwhile, many conserva- tives within the Scouts are dis- traught at the outeome of the Scouts, Page 1-5 bridge collapses In through the back door PM REPORT eputies tag 3 r drugs near rmony Park ENEVA-Three ople were arrested ited for drug pos- sion on Thursday ning near Hamony , 79503 298th St prding to the Free- County Sheriffs when truck hits spa No one perishes ports stated at p.m., deputies Christian Creed man for a small unt of marijuana Aison Haley Delk eld on a charge -degree posses f mushrooms 02 a.m. to- puties ar Thomas John agh for fifth possession of nphetamine. MOUNT VERNON, Wash. (AP)-The Into state 5 bridge collapse into the Skagit River v caused by an oversize truck hitting the span the Washington State Patrol chief said. "For reasons unkne at this point in time t semi struck the overh of the bridge causing collapse," John Batist told an overnight news conference The truck made it of the bridge and the driu ght tions Gay📰irl
the proposal: elebrale
 Tribune
 shut
 out Packers.
 Your graduate's onen house with
 an announcement in the
 Albert Lea Tribune.
 Albert Lea
 Call today
 507-379-9850
 Friday, May 24, 2013
 50
 Boy Scouts to accept gay boys
 Drganization continues to disallow gay leaders to defect. A meeting ie planned
 debate, as was evident in the
 reactions of leaders of some
 of the conservative religions
 denominations that sponsor
 Scout units
 "We are deeply saddened,
 said Frank Page, president of
 the Southern Baptist Conven
 tion's executive committee
 "Homosesual behavior is in-
 compatible with the principles
 ported the proposal drafted by
 the governing Executive Com
 mittee. The policy change takes
 effect Jan. 1.
 This has been a challenging
 chapter in our history," the BSA
 chief executive, Wayne Brock,
 said after the vote. "While
 people have differing opinions
 on this policy, kids are better off
 when they're in Scouting."
 However, the outeome will
 not end the membership policy
 for nest month to discis thbe
 formation of a new organiza-
 tion for boys.
 The vote was rondacted hy
 secret ballot Thursday during
 the National Councs annual
 meeting at conference center
 not far from Boy Scout bead-
 quarters in subutban Dallas
 Of the roughly 1,400 voting
 members of the conacil who
 cast ballots, 6 percent sup
 GRAPEVINE, Texas (AP)
 ter lengthy and wrenching
 ebate, local leaders of the Bey
 couts of America have voted
 open their ranks to openly
 ay boys for the first time, but
 ated reactions from the left
 d right made clear that the
 As controversies are far
 t over
 The Scouts longstanding ban vote and some are threatening
 on gay adults remains in force,
 and many biberal Scout leaders
 - as well as gay-rights groups
 -plan to continue pressing for
 an end to that exclusion even
 though the ISAs top officials
 aren't ready for that step.
 Meanwhile, many conserva-
 tives within the Scouts are dis-
 traught at the outeome of the
 Scouts, Page
 1-5 bridge
 collapses
 In through the back door
 PM REPORT
 eputies tag 3
 r drugs near
 rmony Park
 ENEVA-Three
 ople were arrested
 ited for drug pos-
 sion on Thursday
 ning near Hamony
 , 79503 298th St
 prding to the Free-
 County Sheriffs
 when
 truck
 hits
 spa
 No one perishes
 ports stated at
 p.m., deputies
 Christian Creed
 man for a small
 unt of marijuana
 Aison Haley Delk
 eld on a charge
 -degree posses
 f mushrooms
 02 a.m. to-
 puties ar
 Thomas John
 agh for fifth
 possession of
 nphetamine.
 MOUNT VERNON,
 Wash. (AP)-The Into
 state 5 bridge collapse
 into the Skagit River v
 caused by an oversize
 truck hitting the span
 the Washington State
 Patrol chief said.
 "For reasons unkne
 at this point in time t
 semi struck the overh
 of the bridge causing
 collapse," John Batist
 told an overnight news
 conference
 The truck made it of
 the bridge and the driu
 ght
 tions
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the proposal: Tribune Your graduate's open house with an antouncement in the Albert Lea Tribune. out Packers. Albert Lea Call today 507-379-9850 Friday, May 24, 2013 50C Boy Scouts to accept gay boys Вoy Drganization continues to disallow gay leaders GRAPEVINE, Tesas (AP) ter lengthy and wrenching ebate, local leaders of the By outs of America have voted open their ranks to openly y bovs for the first time, but ated reactions from the left d right made clear that the Acontroversies are far over The Scouts longstanding ban to delect A meeting is planned for nest month to discss the formation of a new arganiza tion for bes The vete was nondacted hy secret ballet Thurway during the National Ceuncl's annual meeting at conference center not far from Bov Scout head- quarters in soburbaa Dallas Of the roughly 1400 voting members of the conacil who cast ballots, 61 percent sup ported the proposal drafted by debate, as was evident in the reactions of leaders of some of the conservative religious denominations that sponsor Seout units. "We are deeply saddened, said Frank Page, president of the Southern Baptist Conven- tion's executive committee. "Homosexual behavior is in compatible with the prineiples the governing Evecutive Com- mittee. The policy change takes effect Jan 1. This has been a challenging chapter in our history," the BSA chief executive, Wayne Brock, said after the vote. "While people have differing opinions on this policy, kids are better off when they're in Scouting, However, the outeome will not end the membership policy on gay adults remains in force, and many liberal Scout leaders as well as gay-rights groups plan to contine pressing for an end to that exclusson even though the RSA's top officials aren't ready for that step Meanwhile, many conserva tives within the Scouts are dis traught at the outeome of the vete and some are threatening Scouts,Page In through the back door -5 bridge collapses when truck hits spa PM REPORT eputies tag 3 r drugs near rmony Park RENEVA Three ople were amsted ited for drug pos slon on Thursday ning near Harmony , 79503 2981th St rding to the Free- County Shens No one perishes MOUNT VERNON, Wash. (AP)-The Inte state 5 bridge collapse into the Skagit River caused by an oversize truck hitting the span. the Washington State Patrol chief said. For reasons unkne at this point in time t semi struck the overh of the bridge causing collapse, John Batist told an overnight new conference The truck made it of the bridge and the driv ports stated at p.m, deputies Christian Creed WTan for a smal ant of marjuana ison Haley Delk eeld on a charge -degree posses- ooms f mu 02 am to puties ar Thomas John agh for tifth possession of mphetamine ht tions “In through the back door” they say.
the proposal: Tribune
 Your graduate's open house with
 an antouncement in the
 Albert Lea Tribune.
 out Packers.
 Albert Lea
 Call today
 507-379-9850
 Friday, May 24, 2013
 50C
 Boy Scouts to accept gay boys
 Вoy
 Drganization continues to disallow gay leaders
 GRAPEVINE, Tesas (AP)
 ter lengthy and wrenching
 ebate, local leaders of the By
 outs of America have voted
 open their ranks to openly
 y bovs for the first time, but
 ated reactions from the left
 d right made clear that the
 Acontroversies are far
 over
 The Scouts longstanding ban
 to delect A meeting is planned
 for nest month to discss the
 formation of a new arganiza
 tion for bes
 The vete was nondacted hy
 secret ballet Thurway during
 the National Ceuncl's annual
 meeting at conference center
 not far from Bov Scout head-
 quarters in soburbaa Dallas
 Of the roughly 1400 voting
 members of the conacil who
 cast ballots, 61 percent sup
 ported the proposal drafted by
 debate, as was evident in the
 reactions of leaders of some
 of the conservative religious
 denominations that sponsor
 Seout units.
 "We are deeply saddened,
 said Frank Page, president of
 the Southern Baptist Conven-
 tion's executive committee.
 "Homosexual behavior is in
 compatible with the prineiples
 the governing Evecutive Com-
 mittee. The policy change takes
 effect Jan 1.
 This has been a challenging
 chapter in our history," the BSA
 chief executive, Wayne Brock,
 said after the vote. "While
 people have differing opinions
 on this policy, kids are better off
 when they're in Scouting,
 However, the outeome will
 not end the membership policy
 on gay adults remains in force,
 and many liberal Scout leaders
 as well as gay-rights groups
 plan to contine pressing for
 an end to that exclusson even
 though the RSA's top officials
 aren't ready for that step
 Meanwhile, many conserva
 tives within the Scouts are dis
 traught at the outeome of the
 vete and some are threatening
 Scouts,Page
 In through the back door -5 bridge
 collapses
 when
 truck
 hits spa
 PM REPORT
 eputies tag 3
 r drugs near
 rmony Park
 RENEVA
 Three
 ople were amsted
 ited for drug pos
 slon on Thursday
 ning near Harmony
 , 79503 2981th St
 rding to the Free-
 County Shens
 No one perishes
 MOUNT VERNON,
 Wash. (AP)-The Inte
 state 5 bridge collapse
 into the Skagit River
 caused by an oversize
 truck hitting the span.
 the Washington State
 Patrol chief said.
 For reasons unkne
 at this point in time t
 semi struck the overh
 of the bridge causing
 collapse, John Batist
 told an overnight new
 conference
 The truck made it of
 the bridge and the driv
 ports stated at
 p.m, deputies
 Christian Creed
 WTan for a smal
 ant of marjuana
 ison Haley Delk
 eeld on a charge
 -degree posses-
 ooms
 f mu
 02 am to
 puties ar
 Thomas John
 agh for tifth
 possession of
 mphetamine
 ht
 tions
“In through the back door” they say.

“In through the back door” they say.

the proposal: BAHAMAS, CARIBBEAN, CRUISE SHIP UNFILTERED SEPTEMBER 18, 2019 (I work as a bartender on a cruise ship. I'm a 27 year old female.) Me: "Hi, how may I help you today?" Customer (in sunglasses and hat): "A [set meal for two], please." Me: "Coming up! Are you sharing with anyone?" Customer, whipping glasses, hat and fake beard to reveal it to be my boyfriend: "You, [my name]!"| Me: "Oh my god, [boyfriend], you're so silly!" Boyfriend: "Yes, I am. *whips out small ring box* And here, in the middle of the ocean, I want to ask you a question, [my name]. I have been your partner for four and a half years, and I can't imagine my life without you now. You've helped me through life, and I have helped you. [my name], will you marry me?" Me: *shocked, in awe, crying and laughing* "Yes! Yes, yes, yes, yes, yes! (My boyfriend-turned-fiance places the ring on my finger and kisses me. A few of our friends come out with balloons, flowers and a camera, all cheering. We are all having a blast exchanging greetings and taking pictures, when this happens.) Female customer (a bit older than me): "You f**** b****! You are so unworthy of him! I was gonna get him, stupid w****! You are such a boyfriend stealing s** (I am shocked and confused, I had never seen her in my life apart from briefly on the cruise. As people are calling security and looking at her, she suddenly lunges at me, rips off my ring and places it on her own finger. She proceeds to try and assault me, grabbing me by the arm and shaking me.) Boyfriend: "What the f*** I have never seen you in my life, crazy b**** Thanks to you, the proposal is absolutely ruined!" Security: "Alright, miss, that's enough. Come with us and give the ring back to [my name], please." Female Customer: "F***you all" (I watch in horrified shock as she throws my ring overboard, into the ocean. Everyone is infuriated, but too shocked to do anything.) Me: *whimpers* "My ring... (Security hauls the crazy customer away in handcuffs, all the while her screaming that I am not worthy of a man like that, and she should be the one with him! I eventually got a new ring, courtesy of the crazy customer, but I made sure to keep it discreet and be VERY, VERY careful with it. ...ok then....I'm sure that's all true
the proposal: BAHAMAS, CARIBBEAN, CRUISE SHIP UNFILTERED
 SEPTEMBER 18, 2019
 (I work as a bartender on a cruise ship. I'm a 27 year old female.)
 Me: "Hi, how may I help you today?"
 Customer (in sunglasses and hat): "A [set meal for two], please."
 Me: "Coming up! Are you sharing with anyone?"
 Customer, whipping glasses, hat and fake beard to reveal it to be my boyfriend:
 "You, [my name]!"|
 Me: "Oh my god, [boyfriend], you're so silly!"
 Boyfriend: "Yes, I am. *whips out small ring box* And here, in the middle of the
 ocean, I want to ask you a question, [my name]. I have been your partner for
 four and a half years, and I can't imagine my life without you now. You've
 helped me through life, and I have helped you. [my name], will you marry me?"
 Me: *shocked, in awe, crying and laughing* "Yes! Yes, yes, yes, yes, yes!
 (My boyfriend-turned-fiance places the ring on my finger and kisses me. A few
 of our friends come out with balloons, flowers and a camera, all cheering. We
 are all having a blast exchanging greetings and taking pictures, when this
 happens.)
 Female customer (a bit older than me): "You f**** b****! You are so
 unworthy of him! I was gonna get him, stupid w****! You are such a boyfriend
 stealing s**
 (I am shocked and confused, I had never seen her in my life apart from briefly
 on the cruise. As people are calling security and looking at her, she suddenly
 lunges at me, rips off my ring and places it on her own finger. She proceeds to
 try and assault me, grabbing me by the arm and shaking me.)
 Boyfriend: "What the f*** I have never seen you in my life, crazy b****
 Thanks to you, the proposal is absolutely ruined!"
 Security: "Alright, miss, that's enough. Come with us and give the ring back to
 [my name], please."
 Female Customer: "F***you all"
 (I watch in horrified shock as she throws my ring overboard, into the ocean.
 Everyone is infuriated, but too shocked to do anything.)
 Me: *whimpers* "My ring...
 (Security hauls the crazy customer away in handcuffs, all the while her
 screaming that I am not worthy of a man like that, and she should be the one
 with him! I eventually got a new ring, courtesy of the crazy customer, but I
 made sure to keep it discreet and be VERY, VERY careful with it.
...ok then....I'm sure that's all true

...ok then....I'm sure that's all true

the proposal: For more NOTICE OF APPLICATION FIRST PARTY SIGN VARIANCE PLEASE TURN information: THE PAGE FOR Phone: 416-392-8000 IMPORTANT Location: 770 Don Mills Road (18-239331) Website: INFORMATION www.toronto.ca/signs You are receiving this notice because your property/residence is within 250 metres of the property where the proposed sign is to be erected. We value the opinion of area residents and interested parties. Please contact the Sign By-law Unit to share your views and/or for more information. Your opinion counts! Email: signbylawunit@toronto.ca Mailed on: December 21, 2018 Please reference the address and file number, so we can better assist you. THE CHIEF BUILDING OFFICIAL AND SIGN VARIANCE APPLICATIONS: The role of the Chief Building Official is to make a fair and impartial decision regarding Sign Variance Applications for proposals which deviate from the prescribed regulations of the Sign By-law (Chapter 694, Signs, General), of the City of Toronto Municipal Code. The Chief Building Official considers the submission material provided by the applicant and interested parties, in favour or against the proposal. The Chief Building Official then makes a decision on the application, weighing the submissions filed with respect to the application. The Chief Building Official may grant a variance where it has been established that the proposed sign: WHAT IT'S ABOUT-THE PROPOSAL: SUMMARY OF VARIANCE(S): .An I-Institutional sign district may contain an overhanging structure sign, a ground sign providing direction, a ground sign, and a wall sign, whereas the proposed sign is an electronic ground sign [694-21F] Belongs to a sign class permitted in the sign district where the premises is located; Is not a third party sign; Is compatible with the development of the premises and surrounding area; Supports the Official Plan objectives for the subject premises and surrounding area; Will not adversely affect adjacent premises; Will not adversely affect public safety, including traffic and pedestrian safety; Is not a sign expressly prohibited by $694-15B of Chapter 694; Does not alter the character of the premises or surrounding area; and Is, in the opinion of the Chief Building Official, not contrary to the public interest. Mov Cod Signs shall display only static copy unless otherwise expressly permitted by this chapter, whereas the proposed sign is to display electronic moving copy [694-14(E)] MAKING YOUR VIEWS KNOWN: 2 EOSTING SIGN (JANUARY 2018) This notice has been sent to you, as required by Article V of Chapter 694, Signs, General, of the City of Toronto Municipal Code, to ensure that you will have an opportunity to make your views known concerning this application. Please send your comments and any other documentation you believe is relevant by mail or e-mail prior to January 18, 2019, which is five days prior to the aforementioned decision date. If you do not express your views in writing, the Chief Building Official will make a decision (including recommending changes to the proposal) without providing you with any additional opportunities to provide comments with respect to this application. First party signs are permitted to display static copy, topiary sign copy or readograph copy, whereas the proposed sign is to display electronic moving copy [694-20(1)) The applicant has proposed one electronic ground sign displaying electronic moving copy, readograph copy (displayed and changed electronically), and static copy, on the easterly property frontage. The total sign face area is to measure 4.88 metres by RECEIVINGA COPY OF THE CHIEF BUILDING OFFICIAL'S DECISION: The Chief Building Official will make a decision regarding the proposal on the decision date. To receive a copy of the decision, please contact the Sign By-law Unit no later than the decision date, January 25, 2019 7.36 metres, with the sign having a height of 10.41 metres. Note that this is a modification to an NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS: The City of Toronto Act, 2006 and the City of Toronto Municipal Code authorize the City of Toronto to collect any personal information in your communication or presentation to City Council or its committees. The City collects this information to enable nake informed decisions on the relevant issue(s). If you are submitting letters, faxes, e-mails, presentations or other communications to the City, you should be aware that your name and the fact that you communicated with the City will become part of the public record and will appear on the City's website. The City will also make your communication and any personal information in it - such as your postal address, telephone number or e-mail address - available to the public, unless you expressly request the City to remove it. If you want to learn more about why and how the City collects your information, write to the Sign By-Law Unit at the address described below or by calling Robert Bader, Supervisor of Variance, Tax &Permits at 416-392-4113. existing sign already on the premises. **ONTARIO SCIENCE CENTRE** it to Decision date: January 25, 2019 APPEALING THE CHIEF BUILDING OFFICIAL'S DECISION: Any person who receives notice of the Chief Building Official's decision may appeal the decision of the Chief Building Official to the Sign Variance Committee, by filing the notice of appeal in the form and manner approved by the Chief Building Official and paying the non-refundable fee prescribed in Chapter 441, Fees and Charges, within 20 days of service of the notice of decision. Appeal forms and other information are available at the address described below. Last day to submit comments: January 18, 2019 TORONTO Sign By-Law Unit: Toronto City Hall, Ground Floor, East Tower, 100 Queen Street West, Toronto, ON, M5H 2N2 3 11 Please see reverse for more information. toronto at your service How do I turn the page for the important information???
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 within 250 metres of the property where the proposed sign is to be
 erected. We value the opinion of area residents and interested
 parties. Please contact the Sign By-law Unit to share your views
 and/or for more information. Your opinion counts!
 Email:
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 Please reference the address and file
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 THE CHIEF BUILDING OFFICIAL AND SIGN VARIANCE APPLICATIONS:
 The role of the Chief Building Official is to make a fair and impartial decision regarding Sign Variance Applications for proposals
 which deviate from the prescribed regulations of the Sign By-law (Chapter 694, Signs, General), of the City of Toronto Municipal
 Code. The Chief Building Official considers the submission material provided by the applicant and interested parties, in favour or
 against the proposal. The Chief Building Official then makes a decision on the application, weighing the submissions filed with
 respect to the application. The Chief Building Official may grant a variance where it has been established that the proposed sign:
 WHAT IT'S ABOUT-THE PROPOSAL:
 SUMMARY OF VARIANCE(S):
 .An I-Institutional sign district may contain an
 overhanging structure sign, a ground sign
 providing direction, a ground sign, and a wall
 sign, whereas the proposed sign is an
 electronic ground sign [694-21F]
 Belongs to a sign class permitted in the sign district where the premises is located;
 Is not a third party sign;
 Is compatible with the development of the premises and surrounding area;
 Supports the Official Plan objectives for the subject premises and surrounding area;
 Will not adversely affect adjacent premises;
 Will not adversely affect public safety, including traffic and pedestrian safety;
 Is not a sign expressly prohibited by $694-15B of Chapter 694;
 Does not alter the character of the premises or surrounding area; and
 Is, in the opinion of the Chief Building Official, not contrary to the public interest.
 Mov Cod
 Signs shall display only static copy unless
 otherwise expressly permitted by this chapter,
 whereas the proposed sign is to display
 electronic moving copy [694-14(E)]
 MAKING YOUR VIEWS KNOWN:
 2 EOSTING SIGN (JANUARY 2018)
 This notice has been sent to you, as required by Article V of Chapter 694, Signs, General, of the City of Toronto Municipal Code, to
 ensure that you will have an opportunity to make your views known concerning this application. Please send your comments and any
 other documentation you believe is relevant by mail or e-mail prior to January 18, 2019, which is five days prior to the
 aforementioned decision date. If you do not express your views in writing, the Chief Building Official will make a decision (including
 recommending changes to the proposal) without providing you with any additional opportunities to provide comments with respect to
 this application.
 First party signs are permitted to display static
 copy, topiary sign copy or readograph copy,
 whereas the proposed sign is to display
 electronic moving copy [694-20(1))
 The applicant has proposed one electronic ground
 sign displaying electronic moving copy, readograph
 copy (displayed and changed electronically), and
 static copy, on the easterly property frontage. The
 total sign face area is to measure 4.88 metres by
 RECEIVINGA COPY OF THE CHIEF BUILDING OFFICIAL'S DECISION:
 The Chief Building Official will make a decision regarding the proposal on the decision date. To receive a copy of the decision, please
 contact the Sign By-law Unit no later than the decision date, January 25, 2019
 7.36 metres, with the sign having a height of 10.41
 metres. Note that this is a modification to an
 NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS:
 The City of Toronto Act, 2006 and the City of Toronto Municipal Code authorize the City of Toronto to collect any personal
 information in your communication or presentation to City Council or its committees. The City collects this information to enable
 nake informed decisions on the relevant issue(s). If you are submitting letters, faxes, e-mails, presentations or other
 communications to the City, you should be aware that your name and the fact that you communicated with the City will become
 part of the public record and will appear on the City's website. The City will also make your communication and any personal
 information in it - such as your postal address, telephone number or e-mail address - available to the public, unless you expressly
 request the City to remove it. If you want to learn more about why and how the City collects your information, write to the Sign
 By-Law Unit at the address described below or by calling Robert Bader, Supervisor of Variance, Tax &Permits at 416-392-4113.
 existing sign already on the premises.
 **ONTARIO SCIENCE CENTRE**
 it to
 Decision date: January 25, 2019
 APPEALING THE CHIEF BUILDING OFFICIAL'S DECISION:
 Any person who receives notice of the Chief Building Official's decision may appeal the decision of the Chief Building Official to the
 Sign Variance Committee, by filing the notice of appeal in the form and manner approved by the Chief Building Official and paying
 the non-refundable fee prescribed in Chapter 441, Fees and Charges, within 20 days of service of the notice of decision. Appeal forms
 and other information are available at the address described below.
 Last day to submit comments: January 18, 2019
 TORONTO
 Sign By-Law Unit: Toronto City Hall, Ground Floor, East Tower, 100 Queen Street West, Toronto, ON, M5H 2N2
 3 11
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the proposal: 1.Choose an artist mo
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 atch out for the twins
 Twin One and Twin
 $1ng and rematerialh
 e and sometimes as e
 Neo in a scrap in an unde
 mours: They started whe
 h last year before complet
 m fighter, so the Wacho
 nes with Nona Gaye (Ali)
 ved the Oracle, died of
 otember. Her scenes for
 1.J, but the filmmakers h
 dle the Oracle in Revol
 s: Added to the mix a
 the deitylike design
 the Key-Maker (R
 mystical Japanes
 Neo is told is the
 "reach the Sou
 Zion, and Mer
 son), a liberti
 ow
 holding the Key-Maker pris
 must circumvent. Monica
 gian's jealous wife. Jada Pinke
 a former flame of Morpheus.
 shipping character called the
 who has a small role in Reloaded
 more prominently in Revolutions
 What could have been: If the folk
 had the balls, or perhaps if the Wachows
 churned out Reloaded and Revolutions í
 summer of 2003 might have made histo
 installments hitting theatres within weeks
 t. But the proposal sparked "controversy" (
 "lost revenues" due to overlapping
 ording to Matrix trailer cutte
 suits wimped. The Mat
 debut in Novem
 hs apart
 ial man
 ould enable the g
 the agency said, and
 also award
 uv
 w-tax position.
 b
 iven Queensland the be
 nservative and responsib
 eak
 er cent a year every ye
 and services would exceed
 nd Poors predicted that the
 r instance, the New York-b
 Ay
 Ppe
 owsk
 a good
 on a sp
 ay) will
 It'll st
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 ight: At
 fly withi
 tedly feel
 ght onscree
 in the seque
 ng his Supe
 1994, fa
 the clones: Ag
 on squad hav
 or "copy" the
 hg to dicey si
 anything bu
 , which is
 bel leaders
 high-tech
 Zion and
 total value of goods
 other states by one p
 ncy Standard a
 thes
 script
 erely in
 upgrade
 ly shat
 TFUNE IN
 management had g
 profile in Australia,
 budgetary position sh
 maintain the state's lo
 stitute
 decide
 a dark
 turn of the century. Cd
 o US.
 have
 ory
 t the remote no0
 Aucklanders finally get another
 chance to choose whar they want to
 r Bros.
 Alt
 ts to concentrate on
 ly figure
 Watson
 Neo-v
 st as Nid
 Merovi
 stacle Ne
 Istence
 senger traffic through
 l twenty per cent in 1993,
 for the rest of Australia. A
 watch when on Monday November
 erals deposit. Figures
 14th Alt, a new
 completely inde
 pendent free-to-air television chan-
 nel sill be iaunched on an unsus
 pecting public
 Located berween Prime TV and TV One on UHF 62, the young
 upstart music-focused channel will be free to air, broadcasting initially to
 New Zealand's largest potential audience in the suburbs &city of Auckland
 By alising new mobile technology, providing nicam stereo music
 xideos on demand-together with a lo-h accessible approach to pro-
 gramming &hosts, Thane Kirby (head of programming) expects it to
 attraa the cvchalls of a lucrative i6 to 35 year old target audience
 We're our ro seek the talents of new personalities
 core
 credit agency, Mood
 Neo and
 mbert Wi
 reby save
 n who ca
 han whom
 hipment of 207,769 tonnes left
 May 1994. Yet another movie is
 e sex is
 ript says
 ury witht
 lay." Let
 eaking spec
 me" stuff fr
 mo circles
 devolved int
 S11 in Sword
 triple-A rating for
 he Matrix;
 yea
 Architect
 uk Kim), a
 Economic sucq
 simulated highw
 Vise a
 impressive, a
 not recycle TV has
 ma cty too small to see the same hors again & again. So if you're
 Gold Coast studio of Warner Bros.
 Screen time.
 "The adrenalin
 several times."
 Keanu takes f
 found he could
 d twice, in
 wskis were
 elling&able-calk to us, we ll be based in KRd. And together
 recessions
 hight boundary pushing programming we're investing in, it's
 to be an interesting alternative in 'TV Land"
 ITy minded TV Kirby adds And obviously we're not
 says Silved
 before, the
 loaded and
 nology,t
 Pgy to alld
 not bee
 is the key to this future growth, and in
 1990s both government and industry are
 effectiveness as an exporter of goods
 economie
 skis, who repo
 that. As
 looked quite ri
 the deficiency
 ter says, "doir
 speeding bullet
 An attack of
 cally tailored go
 gressively clone
 adversaries, leadin
 parent good guy is
 comments, "FUpportunities for Queensland companies. In May 1994,
 orid-just give you something decent to watch
 enterpris
 be the
 7mate
 a h
 a
 for instance, 700 participants from Osaka visited
 Brisbane for the Tenjin-Matsui Festival, staged for the
 first time outside Japan. At the same time, Queensland
 was stepping up its drive into Thailand through th
 South East Asian Secretariat of the Prem
 Department and business groups working with t
 Government to establish an Austre
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 nConcil
Abstract art in art class today. I had to do it.

Abstract art in art class today. I had to do it.

the proposal: (I work as a bartender on a cruise ship. I'm a 27 year old female.) Me: "Hi, how may I help you today?" Customer (in sunglasses and hat): "A [set meal for two], please." Me: "Coming up! Are you sharing with anyone?" Customer, whipping glasses, hat and fake beard to reveal it to be my boyfriend: "You, [my name]!" Me: "Oh my god, [boyfriend], you're so silly!" Boyfriend: "Yes, I am. *whips out small ring box* And here, in the middle of the ocean, I want to ask you a question, [my name]. I have been your partner for four and a half years, and I can't imagine my life without you now. You've helped me through life, and I have helped you. [my name], will you marry me?" Me: *shocked, in awe, crying and laughing*. "Yes! Yes, yes, yes, yes, yes!"| |(My boyfriend-turned-fiance places the ring on my finger and kisses me. A few of our friends come out with balloons, flowers and a camera, all cheering. We are all having a blast exchanging greetings and taking pictures, when this happens.) Female customer (a bit older than me): "You f****** b****! You are SO unworthy of him! was gonna get him, stupid w****! You are such a boyfriend-stealing s***!" (I am shocked and confused, I had never seen her in my life apart from briefly on the cruise. As people are calling security and looking at her, she suddenly lunges at me, rips off my ring and places it on her own finger. She proceeds to try and assault me, grabbing me by the arm and shaking me.) Boyfriend: "What the f***! I have never seen you in my life, crazy b****! Thanks to you, the proposal is absolutely ruined!" Security: "Alright, miss, that's enough. Come with us and give the ring back to [my name], please." Female Customer: "F*** you all!" (I watch in horrified shock as she throws my ring overboard, into the ocean. Everyone is infuriated, but too shocked to do anything.) Me: *whimpers* "My ring..." |(Security hauls the crazy customer away in handcuffs, all the while her screaming that I am not worthy of a man like that, and she should be the one with him! eventually got a new ring, courtesy of the crazy customer, but I made sure to keep it discreet and be VERY, VERY careful with it. Ruined Proposal on a Cruise Ship (tap for whole story)
the proposal: (I work as a bartender on a cruise ship. I'm a
 27 year old female.)
 Me: "Hi, how may I help you today?"
 Customer (in sunglasses and hat): "A [set
 meal for two], please."
 Me: "Coming up! Are you sharing with
 anyone?"
 Customer, whipping glasses, hat and fake
 beard to reveal it to be my boyfriend: "You,
 [my name]!"
 Me: "Oh my god, [boyfriend], you're so silly!"
 Boyfriend: "Yes, I am. *whips out small ring
 box* And here, in the middle of the ocean, I
 want to ask you a question, [my name]. I
 have been your partner for four and a half
 years, and I can't imagine my life without
 you now. You've helped me through life, and
 I have helped you. [my name], will you
 marry me?"
 Me: *shocked, in awe, crying and laughing*.
 "Yes! Yes, yes, yes, yes, yes!"|
 |(My boyfriend-turned-fiance places the ring
 on my finger and kisses me. A few of our
 friends come out with balloons, flowers and
 a camera, all cheering. We are all having a
 blast exchanging greetings and taking
 pictures, when this happens.)
 Female customer (a bit older than me): "You
 f****** b****! You are SO unworthy of him!
 was gonna get him, stupid w****! You are
 such a boyfriend-stealing s***!"
 (I am shocked and confused, I had never
 seen her in my life apart from briefly on the
 cruise. As people are calling security and
 looking at her, she suddenly lunges at me,
 rips off my ring and places it on her own
 finger. She proceeds to try and assault me,
 grabbing me by the arm and shaking me.)
 Boyfriend: "What the f***! I have never seen
 you in my life, crazy b****! Thanks to you,
 the proposal is absolutely ruined!"
 Security: "Alright, miss, that's enough. Come
 with us and give the ring back to [my name],
 please."
 Female Customer: "F*** you all!"
 (I watch in horrified shock as she throws my
 ring overboard, into the ocean. Everyone is
 infuriated, but too shocked to do anything.)
 Me: *whimpers* "My ring..."
 |(Security hauls the crazy customer away in
 handcuffs, all the while her screaming that I
 am not worthy of a man like that, and she
 should be the one with him! eventually got
 a new ring, courtesy of the crazy customer,
 but I made sure to keep it discreet and be
 VERY, VERY careful with it.
Ruined Proposal on a Cruise Ship (tap for whole story)

Ruined Proposal on a Cruise Ship (tap for whole story)

the proposal: annu LOueeL Ancnora unioni the n First laws cho T uni ANCHORAGE School board considers requiring national anthem, state song once a month in every agr plo opt school em tha du diversity, we also need to preserve those key participate in the observances, but it would elements of our culture that bring us togeth- require those not participating to "maintain Board member Dave Donley says his proposal will instill more patriotism in students. th er as Americans," Donley said in a recent in- a respectful silence and not disrupt the cer- An terview. emony." en Some board members have said the pro- posed policy isn't needed- schools already play the national anthem, students say the The Anchorage School Board is sched- Pledge of Allegiance and civics is taught. Donley said the proposal would set a mini- wi Tegan Hanlon Anchorage Daily News mum standard for Anchorage schools. Co "It's really very little to ask," said Don- sp ley, a former Republican state senator who th "I just don't think another regulation is serves as deputy commissioner of the Alaska st uled to decide Tuesday whether it will re- quire schools to play the national anthem necessary," board member Alisha Hilde said Department of Administration. Currently, Anchorage School District reg- the first week of the school year and then at ber. "I think we really want to focus on aca- ulations say the pledge "shall be recited reg- ularly at the start of the school day." There Under Donley's proposal, schools would isn't a specific policy regarding the national board member Dave Donley. He said the reg- decide how to play the two songs each month, anthem and the state song, and no one is tal- ular playing of the national anthem and state whether over speaker systems, during lying how often each school plays the songs, and the state song, "Alaska's Flag," during at a school board meeting in early Septem- demics right now." least once a month after that. The controversial proposal comes from school assemblies or at other events. The song will instill more patriotism in students. "As we honor diversity and recognize See SONGS, A4 proposal wouldn't require students to sing or INSIDE BERING SEA E 8 "China is bad because they force propaganda on their children"
the proposal: annu
 LOueeL Ancnora
 unioni
 the n
 First
 laws
 cho
 T
 uni
 ANCHORAGE
 School board considers requiring national
 anthem, state song once a month in every
 agr
 plo
 opt
 school
 em
 tha
 du
 diversity, we also need to preserve those key participate in the observances, but it would
 elements of our culture that bring us togeth- require those not participating to "maintain
 Board member Dave Donley says
 his proposal will instill more
 patriotism in students.
 th
 er as Americans," Donley said in a recent in-
 a respectful silence and not disrupt the cer-
 An
 terview.
 emony."
 en
 Some board members have said the pro-
 posed policy isn't needed- schools already
 play the national anthem, students say the
 The Anchorage School Board is sched- Pledge of Allegiance and civics is taught.
 Donley said the proposal would set a mini-
 wi
 Tegan Hanlon
 Anchorage Daily News
 mum standard for Anchorage schools.
 Co
 "It's really very little to ask," said Don-
 sp
 ley, a former Republican state senator who
 th
 "I just don't think another regulation is serves as deputy commissioner of the Alaska
 st
 uled to decide Tuesday whether it will re-
 quire schools to play the national anthem necessary," board member Alisha Hilde said Department of Administration.
 Currently, Anchorage School District reg-
 the first week of the school year and then at ber. "I think we really want to focus on aca- ulations say the pledge "shall be recited reg-
 ularly at the start of the school day." There
 Under Donley's proposal, schools would isn't a specific policy regarding the national
 board member Dave Donley. He said the reg- decide how to play the two songs each month, anthem and the state song, and no one is tal-
 ular playing of the national anthem and state whether over speaker systems, during lying how often each school plays the songs,
 and the state song, "Alaska's Flag," during at a school board meeting in early Septem-
 demics right now."
 least once a month after that.
 The controversial proposal comes from
 school assemblies or at other events. The
 song will instill more patriotism in students.
 "As we honor diversity and recognize
 See SONGS, A4
 proposal wouldn't require students to sing or
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 BERING SEA
 E 8
"China is bad because they force propaganda on their children"

"China is bad because they force propaganda on their children"

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the proposal: Large compa
 Wih dhe loss of et aetrality
 ph prionty ae deteed
 la May 2014, he FCC intoduced s proposal for net orutr aty rles
 which detailed dhe problems that occur when 15Ps get to choose winners
 and loss onlme, but anll allownd for fast lanes and slow lanes online, and
 did not go far enough to establish meaningful net neutrality
 oOn February 26ich, 2015 the FCC veted to pass the Opem Inteenet Order
 emacting the songest net neutrainy lies in hisnory (Tiele I)
 Comminuomen At Pa FCC in Jnury 2007 crculanted his
 geagal for geal in Nevember 2017, and the proposal was
 gissed in December 2007
 ISPs now he the righe to discmmite but my ane gdes hve
 gnilicly sd thun dhey will net dheatle ar Sinek ste omce the rales were
 AM
 O
 DELL
 E
 Enter
 SAIE
 Alt
 CEFt
 fnsert
 h Talk: The Internet and Society
 P ctice PT-Flash Talk:The Internet and
 ISSUE
 e of the issues listed above that interests you thhe most or that you'd like
 the wikipedia article and scan the article for content related to Internet
 n item or elerment off the article that interests yOu on which to base
 her about the issue. PFind at least twO other articles (outside of
 art 2. Write the Flash Talk
 ou will need to submmit a written copy of what will be said in yOur f
 Your 2-minute flash talk must:
 1.
 Explain the topic or issue, including technical details
 the issue you've chosen to investigate
 Explain the societal impacts (both positive and nec
 Give an informed opinion, position, or call-to-actic
 That's
 to pack into 2 minutes! So your script for the
 (NOTE: 2 minutes of speech is about 300
 at's most important. You should probab
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 ere:
 focus on
 Part 3. P sentation and Evaluation
 Your flash lk should be tight, coherent, and co
 knowledge f the Internet and how it works. Be
 1
 T flash talk...
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 What details have I learne
 that support the position
 have taken on this issue?
 explains the broad
 and what must be
 sidered.
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 ned about the
 et so far?
 Clear
 iss
 Clearly focuses on one
 important aspect of the
 broader issue.
 ISP ete aat
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 n bratiy becane
 Mor
 shaotng is
 aftc
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 t4
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 the area of focus.
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It’s peer grading day and I serve the Soviet Union ☭ ☭

It’s peer grading day and I serve the Soviet Union ☭ ☭

the proposal: Iceland's international standing and negative economic impact ADL The Anti-Defamation League is the leading monitor of far-right extremism and foremost expert in the United States. Should Iceland ban male circumcision, making it impossible for Jews and Muslims to raise families in Anti-Defamation League your country, we guarantee that Iceland will be celebrated by neo-Nazis, Jonathan A. Greenblatt white supremacists, and other extremists. Even though anti-Semitism was surely not the impetus for the proposal, the result of its adoption will be the glorification of Iceland by the most despicable bigots. They will celebrate the ban as the first legislation in Europe since World War II towards making country Judenrein, free of Jews. CEO and National Director Anti-Defamation League 605 Third Avenue New York, NY 10158-3560 t: 212.885.7707 c: 917.572.9918 f 212.697.0109 igreenblatt@adl.org twitter: @jgreenblattADL a ADL has studied the pervasiveness of anti-Semitic content on social media, and we know that a relatively small number of extremists are able to amplify their message quickly and broadly through social media. ADL regularly reports on such phenomena, and we will report on extremist praise for Iceland. We urge you to consider the significant media attention, in the U.S. and internationally, paid to ADL reports on extremism. In the past six months alone, our research and experts have been featured on CNN and other cable TV channels, NBC and other broadcast TV, on 60 Minutes, the most watched TV news magazine in America, and in leading newspapers, including The New York Times and The Washington Post Given that 28% of Iceland's tourists came from North America in 2016, Iceland's standing in the U.S. should be of great concern from an cconomic perspective. We are confident that the vast majority of American tourists will avoid a country whose reputation is associated with Nazism, even if that association is not justified. https://www.adl.org/news/press-releases/adl-urges-iceland-drop- bill-banning-male-circumcision PDF is linked on ADL page above, https://www.althingi.is/altext/erindi/148/148-787.pdf ADL once threatened to destroy Iceland's tourism economy and International status for wanting to ban circumcision
the proposal: Iceland's international standing and negative economic impact
 ADL
 The Anti-Defamation League is the leading monitor of far-right extremism
 and foremost expert in the United States. Should Iceland ban male
 circumcision, making it impossible for Jews and Muslims to raise families in
 Anti-Defamation League
 your country, we guarantee that Iceland will be celebrated by neo-Nazis,
 Jonathan A. Greenblatt
 white supremacists, and other extremists. Even though anti-Semitism was
 surely not the impetus for the proposal, the result of its adoption will be the
 glorification of Iceland by the most despicable bigots. They will celebrate
 the ban as the first legislation in Europe since World War II towards making
 country Judenrein, free of Jews.
 CEO and National Director
 Anti-Defamation League
 605 Third Avenue
 New York, NY 10158-3560
 t: 212.885.7707
 c: 917.572.9918
 f 212.697.0109
 igreenblatt@adl.org
 twitter: @jgreenblattADL
 a
 ADL has studied the pervasiveness of anti-Semitic content on social media,
 and we know that a relatively small number of extremists are able to amplify
 their message quickly and broadly through social media. ADL regularly
 reports on such phenomena, and we will report on extremist praise for
 Iceland. We urge you to consider the significant media attention, in the U.S.
 and internationally, paid to ADL reports on extremism. In the past six
 months alone, our research and experts have been featured on CNN and other
 cable TV channels, NBC and other broadcast TV, on 60 Minutes, the most
 watched TV news magazine in America, and in leading newspapers,
 including The New York Times and The Washington Post
 Given that 28% of Iceland's tourists came from North America in 2016,
 Iceland's standing in the U.S. should be of great concern from an cconomic
 perspective. We are confident that the vast majority of American tourists will
 avoid a country whose reputation is associated with Nazism, even if that
 association is not justified.
 https://www.adl.org/news/press-releases/adl-urges-iceland-drop-
 bill-banning-male-circumcision
 PDF is linked on ADL page above, https://www.althingi.is/altext/erindi/148/148-787.pdf
ADL once threatened to destroy Iceland's tourism economy and International status for wanting to ban circumcision

ADL once threatened to destroy Iceland's tourism economy and International status for wanting to ban circumcision

the proposal: 92%g:13 AM Tue Aug 13 AM Tue Aug 13 change.org change.org Stop Nestle from bottling water from Florida's Ginnie Springs River advocates are concerned about the proposal. They say the NOW! Santa Fe River is losing water and that allowing that much water a day to be pumped out of the spring, which flows into the Santa Fe, is unwise. The potential impact on wetlands of the proposed 6,694 have signed. Let's get to 7,500! Tina Bittner signed 15 minutes ago withdrawal will most likely cause potential harm to threatened or Bailey Patton signed 40 minutes ago endangered species. First name Last name Besides the fact single use water bottles continue to create more Email environmental pollution, allowing Nestlé to obtain a permit will Coraopolis, 15108 United States most likely reduce already low water levels. Let's all Lindsey Dank started this petition to Suwanee River Water Management District Display my name and comment on this petition show Suwannee River Water Management District that we care Nestle Waters North America is requesting a new permit to draw Sign this petition about our environment and are asking them to not allow Nestle water from Ginnie Springs in Gilchrist County, Florida. The permit would allow the company to withdraw as much as 1.152 million By sign ing, you accept Change.org's Terms of Service and Privacy Policy, and agree to receive occasional emails about campaigns on Change.org any more permits that potentiallyhurt our water supply. gallons of water a day from the springs, which flows into the Santa Fe River, for bottling. You can unsubscribe at any time. I know the nestle is bad meme is dead but we need to spread awareness about this.
the proposal: 92%g:13 AM Tue Aug 13
 AM Tue Aug 13
 change.org
 change.org
 Stop Nestle from bottling water from Florida's Ginnie Springs
 River advocates are concerned about the proposal. They say the
 NOW!
 Santa Fe River is losing water and that allowing that much water
 a day to be pumped out of the spring, which flows into the Santa
 Fe, is unwise. The potential impact on wetlands of the proposed
 6,694 have signed. Let's get to 7,500!
 Tina Bittner signed 15 minutes ago
 withdrawal will most likely cause potential harm to threatened or
 Bailey Patton signed 40 minutes ago
 endangered species.
 First name
 Last name
 Besides the fact single
 use water bottles continue to create more
 Email
 environmental pollution, allowing Nestlé to obtain a permit will
 Coraopolis, 15108
 United States
 most likely reduce already low water levels. Let's all
 Lindsey Dank started this petition to Suwanee River Water Management District
 Display my name and comment on this petition
 show Suwannee River Water Management District that we care
 Nestle Waters North America is requesting a new permit to draw
 Sign this petition
 about our environment and are asking them to not allow Nestle
 water from Ginnie Springs in Gilchrist County, Florida. The permit
 would allow the company to withdraw as much as 1.152 million
 By sign ing, you accept Change.org's Terms of
 Service and Privacy Policy, and agree to receive
 occasional emails about campaigns on Change.org
 any more permits that potentiallyhurt our water supply.
 gallons of water a day from the springs, which flows into the
 Santa Fe River, for bottling.
 You can unsubscribe at any time.
I know the nestle is bad meme is dead but we need to spread awareness about this.

I know the nestle is bad meme is dead but we need to spread awareness about this.