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Segunda-feira, dia 03

Gustavo é levado pelos agentes e Alice implora que o marido o ajude. Renato se irrita com a detenção do irmão. Vitor pede para o delegado ensiná-lo a atirar. Vera repreende Renato por defender Alice na frente de Rimena. Rudá fala de Monique para Maria. Alice discute com Vitor e pede a arma de Arnaldo. Todos aprovam o nome sugerido por Maria para a loja de Toni. Monique observa de longe o ex-marido com a nova namorada. Amaral manda Serginho pintar o muro de sua casa. Vitor ameaça Alice com a arma. Renato confessa a Rimena que a traiu e ela pede a ajuda de Gustavo. Caíque percebe Nanda adoentada e se preocupa. Vitor afirma a Alice que não lhe concederá a separação. Vera repreende Renato por pensar em se divorciar. Gustavo cuida de Rimena. 

Terça-feira, dia 04

Alice conta para Nanda sobre a conversa com Vitor e se preocupa com o estado da irmã. Gustavo tenta convencer Renato a se manter afastado de Alice. Vera decide procurar Alice. Caíque afirma a Esperança que Monique não irá mais voltar. Alice exige que Vitor mantenha Lucas longe de sua arma. Vera fala para Renato que esteve com Alice. Toni e Maria estranham o jeito misterioso de Rudá. Alice pede que Renato se afaste dela. Serginho avisa a Amaral que voltará a morar com ele e Eunice. Natália decide falar com France. Cátia fica cismada com Rimena e reclama com Gustavo. Rudá se encontra com Monique. Alice pensa em Renato. Vitor guarda sua arma na empresa. Nanda aconselha Alice a procurar um advogado. Rimena decide tentar reconstruir seu casamento. Renato e Alice pensam um no outro.

Quinta-feira, dia 05

Cátia convida Gustavo para ir a Brasília com ela. Valentim comenta que Rimena avisou que ele pode ganhar um irmão e Renato se alarma. Alice decide ir à praia com os filhos. Gustavo se preocupa com seus sentimentos por Rimena. Rudá leva Esperança para ver Monique. Ernesto se muda para um prédio em frente à livraria de Vera. Cora pede para Amaral aconselhar Vitor. Esperança se emociona com Monique. Natália revela a France que foi uma perseguida política. Vitor humilha Amaral. Lucas e Valentim brincam juntos na praia. Alice e Rimena se enfrentam. Cora se encontra com o rapaz que conheceu na boate. Gustavo pensa em Rimena durante sua viagem. Rimena tenta se aproximar de Renato, que lembra de Alice. Vitor vai atrás de Alice no ateliê. Gustavo e Cátia são impedidos de entrar em Brasília.

Sexta-feira, dia 06

Gustavo se revolta com o soldado que impede a passagem do carro de Cátia. Kiki descobre que Nanda está namorando Caíque. Esperança tenta falar com Caíque sobre Monique. Alice marca um encontro com um advogado. Renato não consegue ser amoroso com Rimena. Maria desconfia de que Leon sabe o que Rudá esconde. Cátia escreve o que vê em Brasília e Gustavo fica feliz. Monique desiste de falar com Toni e Caíque. Amaral se insinua para Ive, que fica nervosa. Cora liga para Amaral e marca de se encontrar com ele em sua casa. Ernesto vai à livraria e Vera estranha seu comportamento. Vitor obriga Alice a sair com ele. Renato enfrenta uma pessoa que tenta tumultuar a votação e Rimena o admira. Gustavo e Cátia acreditam na vitória das eleições diretas.

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          Fairline celebrates its 50th anniversary in style with spectacular owners’ party    

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Port de Sóller is situated in one of Mallorca's most beautiful horseshoe harbours on the west coast of the island. Surrounded by the Tramuntana Mountains, this picturesque marina has both magnificent mountain scenery and a superb sea view.



Family and friends of the British brand made up the largest gathering of Fairline boats ever seen, with a record number of 50 yachts from across the Fairline range providing a stunning backdrop to the celebrations – the line up even featured an original Fairline 19, which was the first boat produced by Fairline in 1967. With a live band, DJ, a spectacular Argentinean BBQ, cocktails, fine wines and over 300 guests, the night was one of Fairline’s significant Golden Moments from its anniversary year.

Managing Director of Fairline Yachts, Russell Currie, comments, “We wanted to honour Fairline’s 50th anniversary in a truly momentous way and we were so pleased to welcome over 50 Fairline boats – the most Fairlines there have ever been in one location - to the beautiful Port de Sóller to celebrate with us!”


          Fairline announces US premiere of new Squadron 53 at Palm Beach International Boat Show   

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Alongside the US debut of the Squadron 53, which was launched in Europe at Boot Dusseldorf at the end of January, Fairline will showcase its limited edition 50th anniversary commemorative book together with an immersive virtual reality experience bringing to life its highly anticipated Targa 63GTO.

Renowned superyacht designer, Alberto Mancini, has added his design expertise to Fairline’s new Squadron 53. The boat is based on the existing 53ft hull but features a new design from the deck upwards courtesy of Mancini, showcasing the future direction of Fairline’s exterior styling.

Mancini’s design has resulted in a spacious main deck with a flat floor from the cockpit to the lower helm, which in turn ensures a flat ceiling in the master cabin offering a generous 6ft 4in headroom at the foot of the large double bed, adding to the overall sense of space in this expansive 55ft 6in (16.92m)-long cruiser. The clever layout configurations provide owners with complete flexibility, including three or four cabins and multiple galley arrangements including the main deck, forward or aft locations or below deck, as well as the new addition of foredeck seating.

Hand crafted to order by Fairline’s highly experienced and dedicated craftsmen in Oundle, England, the new Squadron 53 offers luxury boaters total command and control thanks to its

striking swept flybridge, whilst exuding style and offering great entertaining spaces onboard. Fairline’s approach, from superior engineering and multiple layout options, to small details that delight, makes the Squadron 53 the perfect choice for those who want their yacht their way.

Andrew Pope, Head of Design at Fairline, says, “Owners will feel in total command and control on the fantastic flybridge of the new Fairline Squadron 53, a yacht that offers excellent sea-keeping in all conditions. At the same time, the space, style and sumptuousness of this luxury cruiser means that guests will also have the ride of their lives. The Squadron 53 is the first Fairline yacht to have touches of Italian design and features subtle Mancini influences, which have evolved Fairline’s time-proven design DNA to create a
model that perfectly blends beauty, form and function. With the Squadron 53, owners receive unrivalled flexibility in layout and complete comfort and luxury in its construction and features.”

See the US premiere of Fairline’s Squadron 53 at Palm Beach International Boat Show from Thursday 23 March.


          Fairline announces all-new Targa 43 Open   

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The new Targa 43 Open is the latest boat designed from a blank sheet of paper by celebrated superyacht designer, Alberto Mancini, for Fairline Yachts. The hugely successful partnership between the Italian designer and British boatyard, which began with the Targa 63 GTO, has created an instantly recognisable sleek hull shape with effortless styling, showcasing the future direction for Fairline Yachts.

Fairline’s new Targa 43 Open, of which ten models were sold on the first day of London Boat Show 2017, will have the same innovative, versatile, light, bright and achingly stylish feel of the Targa 63 GTO. The luxurious sports cruiser will feature a choice of either twin Volvo Penta IPS 500 or IPS 600, which is expected to achieve a minimum fully-loaded speed of 34 knots.

Head of Design at Fairline Yachts, Andrew Pope, comments, “The Targa 43 was a phenomenally popular boat when originally launched in the late 1990s and we are confident this all-new model for the 21st century will be a worthy successor. The two cabin cruiser will feature an exciting new shape, a light and airy feel and luxurious hand-crafted details, whilst retaining Fairline’s core design DNA and, of course, the robust seakeeping we are known for. We can’t wait for you to meet her in Spring 2018.”


          Fairline launches new brand film in honour of its 50th anniversary   

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The film showcases Fairline’s passion for perfection, beauty and performance. It brings to life Fairline’s rich history of building timeless, classic yachts, its dedication to exceptional British craftsmanship, the exquisite materials chosen, its investment in cutting edge innovation, design and technology and the attention paid to ensure every perfect detail.

The brand film is one of Fairline’s Golden Moments for 2017. The Golden Moments campaign, which was launched with the unveiling of a limited edition commemorative book at London Boat Show 2017, marks a year of celebrations in honour of the British boatbuilder’s 50th anniversary, where customers and dealers will be given exclusive opportunities to create and celebrate a whole year of new Golden Moments throughout 2017, culminating in the second volume of the commemorative book due to be launched at the end of the year.

 

 


          Fairline announces worldwide premiere of new Squadron 53 at Boot Düsseldorf 2017   

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The launch of the Squadron 53 will celebrate the British brand’s return to the Düsseldorf-based show after a five year absence, and follows this year’s hugely successful unveilings of the Squadron 65 Hardtop at Cannes Yachting Festival, and the Targa 53 OPEN at Southampton International Boat Show.

Renowned superyacht designer, Alberto Mancini, has added his design expertise to this new Squadron. The boat is based on Fairline’s existing 53ft hull but features a new design from the deck upwards courtesy of Mancini, showcasing the future direction of Fairline’s exterior styling.

Mancini’s design has resulted in a spacious main deck with a flat floor from the cockpit to the lower helm, which in turn ensures a flat ceiling in the master cabin offering a generous 6ft 4in headroom at the foot of the large double bed, adding to the overall sense of space in this expansive 55ft 6in (16.92m)-long cruiser. The clever layout configurations provide owners with complete flexibility, including three or four cabins and multiple galley arrangements including the main deck, forward or aft locations or below deck, as well as the new addition of foredeck seating.

Hand crafted to order by Fairline’s highly experienced and dedicated craftsmen in Oundle, England, the new Squadron 53 offers luxury boaters total command and control thanks to its striking swept flybridge, whilst exuding style and offering great entertaining spaces onboard. Fairline’s approach, from superior engineering and multiple layout options, to small details that delight, makes the Squadron 53 the perfect choice for those who want their yacht their way.

Andrew Pope, Head of Design at Fairline, says, “Owners will feel in total command and control on the fantastic flybridge of the new Fairline Squadron 53, a yacht that offers excellent sea-keeping in all conditions. At the same time, the space, style and sumptuousness of this luxury cruiser means that guests will also have the ride of their lives. The Squadron 53 is the first Fairline yacht to have touches of Italian design and features subtle Mancini influences, which have evolved Fairline’s time-proven design DNA to create a model that perfectly blends beauty, form and function. With the Squadron 53, owners receive unrivalled flexibility in layout and complete comfort and luxury in its construction and features.”

Prices begin at £733,200 (ex. VAT).

Targa 48 OPEN

Fairline’s ever popular Targa 48 OPEN will also be on show alongside the new addition to the Squadron range.

The Targa 48 OPEN is one of the most exciting sports cruisers on the water. A beautifully appointed two or three cabin, double en-suite model, the Targa 48 OPEN embraces the design trend of spacious sociable areas – both inside and out. The model also features an electric canvas roof as standard, as well as a garage for a jet tender and the option of a submersible platform. The Targa 48 OPEN offers exceptional performance and manoeuvrability thanks to its Volvo Penta IPS with joystick control – keep your eyes peeled as 2017 sees the introduction of the Volvo IPS700.

Prices start at £441,300 (ex. VAT).

See the world premiere of Fairline’s Squadron 53 at Boot Düsseldorf at 12:00pm on Saturday 21 January 2017 - on the Fairline booth, Hall 6/D21 - and the US premiere at Miami Boat Show, on 16 February 2017.


          Fairline’s new golden chapter to be unveiled at London Boat Show   

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Furthermore, Fairline’s ever-popular models including the Targa 48 OPEN, Squadron 48 and the recently launched Targa 53 OPEN, will also be on show.

The summer of 2017 will mark 50 years of Fairline, and this is set to be celebrated by the launch of a beautiful, hard-back commemorative book in the brand’s honour. The book will include anecdotes from notable Fairline owners, key Fairline personnel, heritage images of some of the first Fairlines ever made, key moments in the brand’s history and will tell the story of Fairline’s first 50 years.

The book launch marks the start of a year of ‘Golden Moments’ for the British boatbuilder, where customers and dealers will be given exclusive opportunities to create and celebrate a whole year of new Golden Moments throughout 2017, culminating in the second volume of the commemorative book due to be launched at the end of the year.

The 2017 London Boat Show will also see the premiere of a first-of-its-kind immersive virtual reality (VR) experience, available on the Fairline stand. The first fully Alberto Mancini-designed Fairline, the Targa 63 GTO, is not set to be unveiled until Cannes Yachting Festival 2017, but the VR experience will allow visitors to the Fairline stand to explore the beautifully designed yacht both inside and out, and to experience the new age of Fairline Yachts.

Fairline’s international network of dealers will be represented on the Fairline stand, together with key personnel from Fairline’s design and manufacturing teams to provide visitors with in-depth information about the company and its ranges going into the 2017 season.


          Fairline launches the Targa 53 GT for boat owners who refuse to compromise   

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Hand crafted to order by Fairline’s highly experienced and dedicated British craftsmen, the Targa 53 GT sets a new standard in choice, personalisation and buyer satisfaction, which has never before been properly recognised or met by boat builders. There will be no such thing as an ‘off the shelf’ model with the Targa 53 GT, allowing customers to design and purchase something that is truly their boat.

Recognised for nearly 50 years as guardians of British ingenuity and engineering of the ‘Boater’s Boat,’ Fairline has created the Targa 53 GT to deliver a ‘no compromise’ solution to the discerning buyer. Fairline has attended to every small detail – from the unrivalled performance, proven sea-keeping, and the exceptional quality of every aspect of on board space, facilities and features. The Targa 53 GT redefines the 50 foot boating experience, providing outstanding quality in design and performance for the uncompromising end-user.

Design Director at Fairline, Andrew Pope, comments, “The Targa 53 GT represents a dramatic step forward in motorboat design, using the Fairline design DNA to create a model that perfectly blends form and function. The use of smart design principles throughout the boat eliminates the owner’s need to compromise. We want our customers to regret nothing and when choosing the Targa 53 GT, the owner will receive unrivalled flexibility in layout and complete confidence in its construction and features.”

Exterior lines reflect dynamic performance

The Targa 53 GT is immediately distinctive thanks to its exterior styling and shows an evolution from the time proven Targa lineage, incorporating the distinctive deck window profile with signature Fairline spear. Continuing the Fairline tradition of timeless design, the Targa 53 GT incorporates a beautifully tapered hull glazing that emphasises the new model’s dynamic character. The boat’s classic swept stern shape integrates the hull lines, creating a functional yet attractive transom that gives the boat a dynamic look, even when at rest.

Fairline takes a unique approach to constructing its boats with four separate mouldings coming together to create a monocoque construction. This procedure, along with Fairline’s resin infusion process, adds structural strength and rigidity while reducing weight, noise and vibration.

Sleek design features have been used to create an “in and out” experience, including large three piece patio doors that span the full width of the upper deck. The large 'L shaped' cockpit seating boasts a substantial three person sun pad utilising a moveable backrest, giving 'open' style exterior space whilst still being able to close the doors on any inclement weather. The Targa 53 GT has a single level floor from the cockpit to saloon, with one step up to the companionway to maximise the feeling of space.

The new model also features a glazed retractable hardtop, a key advantage of which is the pneumatic seal, providing a waterproof seal and seamless one touch movement from closed to open. The boat’s glazed feature windows in the saloon allow light to flood in and provide a stunning 360 degree panoramic experience, with an uninterrupted view. There is an option for a submersible bathing platform, with variable height hydraulic mechanism and a 500kg capacity. The platform holds an integrated Armstrong ladder for those wanting to swim, which conveniently swings and locks away when not in use.

Interior elegance and flexibility

During the development of the Targa 53 GT, emphasis was placed on creating the most flexible Fairline layout to date, providing customers with the chance to create their perfect boat, which is hand built to their specific requirements. This includes the choice of galley up or galley down, providing the customer with class-leading flexibility in layout and widening the boat’s appeal to meet the demands of a global market. 

Designed to be a sociable boat inside and out, the Targa 53 GT combines large cockpit seating and sunbathing areas, with interior saloon seating to provide a seamless flow of entertaining and relaxation space. A stone inlayed wooden high/low dining table with folding leaves can convert from dining to coffee table, allowing the main saloon seating to serve as a dining or relaxation area. A stunning feature drinks unit stands next to the starboard sofa and a 40 inch rise and fall flat screen television as standard.
Companion seating opposite the twin helm adds to the boat’s sociable and inclusive experience. The helm station is designed to ensure the best visibility for the driver due to a central helm position, and the boat is equipped with the latest Garmin navigational technology, renowned for its reliability, technical innovation and ease of use. 

An industry first for this size of boat is the layout of the three luxuriously appointed cabins, providing the best level of comfortable and spacious accommodation for everyone on board. 

The full beam mid-ship master cabin boasts a king size bed, feature headboard, mood lighting and large panoramic windows. The highest quality interior materials are used throughout, including stone worktops and leather panelled drawers and bed surround. A flush mounted 32 inch television, along with a standalone vanity unit with illuminated mirror are just a couple of examples of the luxurious touches in the master cabin. The master ensuite features the option of marble worktops throughout – a first for Fairline – and large windows to light the spacious bathroom.

In addition to the stunning master cabin, there is a VIP forward double cabin, with the option to convert the double to a scissor berth and glazing overhead with integrated blinds. A versatile extra cabin is to port, with side by side twin beds. Often overlooked, the twin cabin features the same attention to detail as the other accommodation, with no need for guests to sleep in bunk beds and design touches including a full length mirror. For crewed boats, Fairline offers an optional spacious crew cabin.

The galley is visually open to the upper deck, ensuring those enjoying the ambience below decks are always connected to other guests. Owners can choose from three beautiful stone worktop options and the galley’s contemporary yet practical features include a full height fridge freezer, induction hobs and soft close drawers. Storage options in the galley include large eyeline lockers above the worktop and an under floor larder. Customers opting for the 'galley up' option will gain an additional day head and flexible utility room in place of the galley.
Stunning design details run throughout the boat including feature piping and stitching on the sofas and leather bound and stitched handrails. Owners can select options for sofa coverings, fabric and leather from four sumptuous interior schemes based on popular boating destinations – Capri, St Tropez, Amalfi and the Hamptons.

Technical details and engine options

Offering excellent sea-keeping in all conditions, the Targa 53 GT is a true “boater’s boat” and offers a choice of two shaft driven engine options from Volvo. Up to 725bhp is available through shaft drives, which better suits the handling and performance characteristics of a 50ft+ boat.

The boat is designed to reach a minimum of 30 knots in a fully loaded state, including fuel, water, tender and crew and boasts high capacity fuel tanks for longer range, safer cruising.
Every feature has been carefully planned to enhance the on board experience of the Targa 53 GT, including gyro stabilisation as a factory fitted option, a 45% increase in air conditioning output, 35% increase in exterior glazing, and 70% increase in cockpit seating and sunbed areas.
Prices start from £649,000 excluding VAT, with the 2x Volvo Penta D11-675 EVC engine option.

Douglas Culverwell, Sales and Marketing Director, adds, “The Targa 53 GT gives an idea of the shape of things to come, not just for Fairline but for the whole market. This new model refuses to be categorised with production line boats and as the order books are already filling up, we welcome the imminent boat show season.

“The Targa 53 GT is an opportunity for our customers to purchase what suits their individual boating needs when it comes to layout and functionality. With a boat where attention to detail, both in engineering and aesthetics, is key.”


          Fairline announces new OPEN addition to the 53ft range   

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The 53ft range has taken the same state-of-the-art technologies and industry-leading production methods the successful 48ft range benefits from and developed them further, creating a boat that not only allows the customer to design the interior styling and layout around their unique needs but also delivers against Fairline’s reputation of high quality, innovative yacht design.

Available from spring 2016, the new Targa 53 OPEN will feature uninterrupted entertaining above decks from the platform to companionway. The boat incorporates a beautifully tapered hull glazing which emphasises the dynamic character of the Targa concept and ensures that the spacious master cabin, lower galley and saloon below, are filled with natural light. Customers are also able to choose between a two cabin or three cabin configuration that best suits their individual requirements.

The cockpit boats a spacious three person sun bed above the tender garage, large ‘L’ shaped cockpit seating with a wet bar opposite and spacious companion seating across from the helm, the perfect arrangement for maximising enjoyment onboard. The Targa 53 OPEN will offer a choice of two shaft driven, Volvo engine options, offering a minimum fully loaded speed in excess of 30 knots and a range of at least 300 nautical miles. There will also be the option to add stabilisation, with the boat accepting both fin and gyroscopic stabilisers offering the highest level of comfort onboard.

Douglas Culverwell Sales and Marketing Director  at Fairline Boats commented: “Following positive feedback from our 53ft range announcement and strong forward order books for the Targa 53GT and Squadron 53, we are excited to be adding the Targa 53 OPEN. All models will have a common platform approach which offer flexibility of layout and options to suit the individual customer and are at the heart of Fairline’s new design philosophy. “


          Fairline reveals the future with its luxury boat range at Cannes Yachting Festival   

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Hand built to order by Fairline’s highly experienced and dedicated British craftsmen, this highly anticipated new model sets a new standard in choice, personalisation and buyer satisfaction – which has never before been properly recognised or met by production boat builders. There will be no such thing as an ‘off the shelf’ model with the Targa 53GT, allowing customers to design and purchase something that is truly their boat.

Recognised for nearly 50 years as guardians of British ingenuity and engineering of the ‘Boater’s Boat,’ Fairline has created the Targa 53GT to deliver a ‘no compromise’ solution to the discerning buyer. Fairline has attended to every small detail – from the unrivalled performance, proven sea-keeping, and the exceptional quality of every aspect of on board space, facilities and features. The Targa 53GT redefines the 50 foot boating experience, providing outstanding quality in design and performance for the uncompromising end-user.

The new design concept created by Fairline for the Targa 53GT enables the buyer to make extensive personalised choices to create their own boat, hand built to their specific requirements. This includes the choice of galley up or galley down through to the single level floor from cockpit to saloon with more choice in interior and exterior layout.  An industry first for this size of boat is the layout of the three luxuriously appointed cabins featuring a master main cabin and two additional cabins with options for double in the VIP forward cabin or twin beds in the guest cabin, providing the best level of comfortable and spacious accommodation for everyone on board. 

Hidden yet significant features of the Targa 53GT include the option of factory fitted gyro stabilisation as standard, a 45% increase in standard air conditioning output, 35% increase in exterior glazing, 70% increase in cockpit seating and sunbed areas, and the space for larger TV screens as standard. A first for Fairline is the option for marble worktops in the galley and heads, and achieving yet another first – being 10% lighter in weight than the equivalent length hand laid up Fairline boat. 

Boats on show at Cannes Yachting Festival

Targa 48 OPEN
The launch of the new Targa 53GT sits alongside Fairline’s ever popular and proven range on show at Cannes which includes the Targa 48 OPEN – one of the most exciting sports cruisers on the water and the first to feature Fairline’s sumptuous new interiors scheme. A beautifully appointed two cabin, double en-suite model, the Targa 48 OPEN embraces the design trend of spacious sociable areas – both inside and out. The model also features an electric canvas roof as standard, as well as a garage for an optional jet tender and a submersible platform. The Targa 48 OPEN offers exceptional performance and manoeuvrability thanks to its Volvo Penta IPS with joystick control.

Targa 48GT
Also representing Fairline’s proven Targa range will be the Targa 48GT, a sports cruiser packed with new technologies and exceptional engineering. The hull, for instance, has been specifically designed to complement the Volvo Penta IPS engines, resulting in precise handling, along with impeccable sea keeping. Taking the hardtop in question, it comes with panelled glazing as standard for that ‘open, even when closed’ sensation.

Targa 62GT
The Targa 62GT boasts stunning performance and excellent sea-keeping, as well as impressive accommodation throughout. The model has a generous, open cockpit that features a highly sociable J-shaped seating and dining area, sitting ahead of a luxuriously large sunpad and a bathing platform featuring a hydraulic hi-lo system. One of the most attractive features is its electric retractable glazed roof with one-touch operation and pneumatic seal, creating a haven for sun-worshippers.

Squadron 65
Completing the Fairline offering at Cannes Yachting Festival will be the beautifully proportioned Squadron 65. With an increase in size comes an increase in the ability to really impress and the Squadron 65 does just that. This 65-foot Squadron appears to go one step further than similar sized boats on every level.
Sumptuous furnishings and hand-worked cabinetry are hallmarks of the Squadron range. Nowhere is it more elegantly expressed than in the long, wide single-level interior - a testament to the 65’s ingenious flat floor design. Having such uncomplicated, single floor levels is normally reserved for much larger yachts, but our designers have achieved just that on this 65-footer.


          Fairline Targa 53GT to make its worldwide debut at Southampton Boat Show   

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The Targa 53GT heralds the future of Fairline’s long tradition of iconic designs. It incorporates a beautifully tapered hull glazing that emphasises the Targa 53GT’s dynamic character. The boat’s classic swept stern shape integrates the hull lines, creating a functional yet attractive transom with optional submersible bathing platform.

Fairline’s Targa 53GT is immediately distinctive thanks to its exterior styling and shows an evolution from the time proven Targa lineage, incorporating the distinctive deck window profile with signature Fairline spear.

Designed to be a sociable boat inside and out, the Targa 53GT combines large cockpit seating and sunbathing areas, with interior saloon seating to provide a seamless flow of entertaining and relaxation space. A key attribute of the Targa 53GT is the full beam mid-ship master cabin with king size bed, feature headboard and large panoramic windows bathing the cabin in natural light. In addition to the stunning master cabin, there is a forward double cabin and a versatile twin cabin to port.

Offering excellent sea-keeping in all conditions, the Targa 53GT is a true “boater’s boat” and offers a choice of two shaft driven engine options from Volvo and Cummins. For crewed boats, Fairline offers an optional spacious crew cabin with its own window. Every Targa 53GT can be customised with Fairline’s high quality choice of specifications, equipment and interior options, each thoroughly tested and evaluated for its suitability, performance and style.

Fairline’s Marketing Manager, Oliver Taylor, comments, “The Targa 53GT epitomises Fairline’s British craftsmanship and technical excellence.  With its iconic design, elegant styling and flexibility in spacious accommodation, we anticipate it becoming a class leader.

“We are delighted to debut the Targa 53GT at Southampton Boat Show, prior to its US launch at Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show.”

Also on the water at Southampton Boat Show will be the Targa 38, Fairline’s sports cruiser and the beautifully crafted Targa 48 OPEN, which showcases Fairline’s stunning new choice of interiors. The ever popular and proven Squadron 42 and Squadron 48 complete Fairline’s line-up at the show.

Fairline’s international network of dealers will be represented on the Fairline stand, together with key personnel from Fairline’s design and manufacturing teams to provide visitors with in-depth information about the company and its ranges going into the 2016 season. 


          Fairline launches apprenticeship programme   

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Supported by the British Marine Federation and the Shipwrights Apprenticeship Scheme, which encourages businesses to train apprentices, Evolve Business Training - the employer focused arm of Tresham College of Further and Higher Education in Northamptonshire - will work closely with Fairline to develop and deliver the apprenticeship training standards and assessments.

The Level 3 Engineering Apprenticeship programme will be tailored to the requirements of the global luxury yachting industry and will be based at Fairline’s Oundle headquarters and at the college’s Corby campus. The apprenticeship scheme will be a four year programme, during which time apprentices will gain invaluable training and experience, and learn and develop the specialist skills and knowledge required in building luxury motor yachts.

Stefan Whitmarsh, Head of Engineering at Fairline, says, “We are excited to be working with the apprentices from Tresham, it’s a unique opportunity for the students to learn a wide variety of trades and specifically, boat building.  The new apprenticeship scheme forms part of the plan to strengthen our business for the future, and it’s a chance for the 22 apprentices to be part of a great British brand that delivers luxury boats to a global audience.”

Rachel Kay, Deputy Principal and MD at Tresham says, “This is an excellent career opportunity for young people, and a chance to get on board with a major global player in the luxury boating market.”

Paul Harris, Administrator of the Shipwright Apprenticeship Scheme, says, “Through discussions between Shipwrights and the British Marine Federation we are meeting with Colleges and local businesses, such as Tresham and Fairline, to secure the return of marine apprenticeships to the region.”

Recruitment of the team of 22 apprenticeships is already underway and the Fairline Boatbuilding / Shipwright Apprenticeship Programme will commence in September 2015.


          Fairline unveils first boat showcasing its new Capri interior   

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The neutral Capri scheme was chosen by the owner for the interior of the boat, because it offers an elegant, muted palette featuring soothing taupe, white and cream colourways with duck egg blue hues, accentuating the feeling of space of the Targa 48 OPEN. The new look interior makes an impact on the boat’s ambience, which is further enhanced by gloss veneers replacing fabric panels and luxurious touches, such as leather bound and stitched handrails.

In its open form, with the canvas roof retracted, the Targa 48 OPEN offers a sense of freedom that continues out onto the cockpit with its large, inviting sunpad. Free-flowing sociable areas and large panoramic windows add to the sense of light and space in the generously well-appointed saloon. The new interior adds to this sense of freedom.

Fairline’s new interiors scheme was launched to great acclaim at the London Boat Show 2015.  It features four design themes, Amalfi (mustard and teal), Capri (neutral), Hamptons (reds) and St Tropez (blues) each with its own distinctive colour palette. The colour schemes provide complete flexibility in a choice of fabric and surface finishes allowing for a wider personal expression of interior styling.

Fairline’s interior designer, Robyn Notley, adds, “The inspiration behind the four new ranges is to offer luxurious, bright, modern interiors that fully complement our range of luxury boats. Following feedback from our customers that they wanted to make bolder interior choices, the myriad of options available within each range blend perfectly together, giving Fairline owners the confidence to make stylish choices in their interiors.

“We have designed each collection to evoke the experience and sensation of four of the world’s best-loved boating destinations. Capri always holds a special place in its visitors’ hearts, with spectacular coastal scenery and the freshness of the Mediterranean breeze inspiring a collection rich in textures with a neutral colour palette.”


          Fairline hosts VIP customer event at Palma International Boat Show 2015   

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Fairline South Mallorca and Fairline North Mallorca will be on hand throughout the show to welcome prospective and existing customers onto the stand and enjoy their hospitality.

The two Fairline dealerships shall be hosting a VIP wine tasting event for all Fairline owners and customers. This will be held on Friday 1st May, from 6pm to 8pm, and all in attendance shall be invited to enjoy some fabulous Mallorcan wines coupled with delicious canapés throughout the evening.

They will be exhibiting four privately-owned boats from the current model range at this year’s show, including the ever popular Targa 38, and a 2014 Targa 48 and Targa 50. Customers will also be able to find out the latest information on the new 53ft project, ahead of the official launch of the Targa 53 GT in September. The Fairline stand will include a comfortable seating area where Fairline customers can relax and enjoy refreshments from the bar. 

Colin Sykes, CEO of Fairline Boats, said of this year´s Palma International Boat Show: “We are excited for the forthcoming Palma boat show, marking the start of the Mediterranean boating season. Mallorca is a very important region for us particularly as we embark on delivery of the new 53ft project throughout the next 12 months; We are very proud of the local dealers who do a fantastic job of serving the area, looking after a multitude of Fairline owners, who all enjoy spending their leisure time on the beautiful Island of Mallorca.”


          Fairline announces new dealer for the South Coast of the UK   

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This progresses an already strong relationship between the two businesses and will ensure that Fairline customers continue to receive the best service across the South Coast, seven days a week. Bates Wharf Marine Sales Ltd is a fifth-generation family business, established over 100 years ago.

Bates Wharf Marine Sales Ltd will operate the Fairline Southampton offices and berths as well as continuing to represent Fairline from its offices in Poole, Chertsey and Eastbourne. The state of the art facilities owned by Bates Wharf Marine Sales Ltd in Chertsey, Surrey will be known as Fairline London and offer customers the largest indoor showroom on the River Thames and a 100-berth marina. This location also benefits from convenient transport links into London.

These South Coast dealerships strengthen Fairline’s current UK representation that includes Fairline Wales and Fairline Channel Islands, ensuring customers find their perfect Fairline.

Douglas Culverwell, Regional Sales Director for Europe at Fairline Boats, commented: “This is exciting news for Fairline and ensures we maintain key coverage across the South Coast of the UK. Richard Bates and his team have a wealth of marine experience which our customers can really benefit from.”

Richard Bates, Managing Director at Bates Wharf Marine Sales, commented: “We are delighted to be representing Fairline across the South Coast. We are a family business and are passionate about selling boats and offering first-class customer service. We have a fantastic working relationship with Fairline and it is a real honour to be working with such a prestigious British brand. We look forward to exciting times ahead!”

Colin Sykes, CEO at Fairline Boats, commented: “We are extremely pleased to have Bates Wharf Marine Sales representing us in this key boating region of the United Kingdom and look forward to sharing the continued success of our brand in partnership with Bates Wharf. We are currently working on other regional appointments and expect these will fit well with this partnership.”  


          Fairline announces key dealer appointment in Asia   

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Fairline Korea will operate from its offices in Goyang-City, just north of Seoul. The dealership benefits from easy access to the beautiful Hangang River, an area of natural beauty and a hotspot for leisure sports and boating enthusiasts in South Korea. Established by Dealer Principal, Sangheon Jeon, Marine Grande specialises in sales and servicing for global luxury motor yacht brands.

Sangeheon Jeon commented: “We are very excited to be the authorised dealer for Fairline in Korea. We have long admired the Fairline range for its elegance, high quality and versatility and are delighted to be representing such an esteemed brand. South Korea has a growing boating community and we are committed to drawing more and more people into yachting by introducing them to global brands like Fairline. We look forward to bringing our first Fairlines into the country and introducing our customers to the brand.” 

Adam Waters, Regional Director for Asia Pacific at Fairline Boats added: “The appointment of Marine Grande as Fairline Korea represents an important development in Fairline’s expansion in Asia – a region within which we are committed to growing our presence.  At Fairline we put a great deal of emphasis on ensuring our dealers are of the highest calibre, with a vast understanding of the industry. Sangheon and his team will be a great asset to the brand and we are delighted to welcome them to our dealer network.”   


          Fairline unveils three new models at the London Boat Show 2015   

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The first of these new additions is the Shadow S, which was revealed to the boating public for the very first time. Kept closely under wraps until today, this special edition of the popular Targa 38 is Fairline’s fastest model to date and packed with unique styling features befitting its sports ethos – including the option of a graphite Sea-Doo SPARK watercraft. Throughout the boat’s exterior, special edition design touches contrast burnt orange upholstery, orange lighting, and an orange version of the iconic Fairline shield with carbon, graphite and titanium, including graphite hardtop and navigation equipment and a titanium coloured deck.

Fairline also unveiled designs for two brand new 53ft additions to its iconic range, built on a common platform and offering customers the design flexibility demanded by a global audience.  Following the success of Fairline’s 48ft models, the Targa 53 GRAN TURISMO and Squadron 53 incorporate new styling cues, whilst also upholding Fairline’s best design traditions, featuring striking new panoramic hull windows that perfectly complement the model’s new hull form and maximise light inside the boat. The 53ft models are shaft driven and allow customers to choose between gyroscopic and fin stabilisation to ensure the highest levels of comfort, allowing owners and guests to relax in style onboard. 

Furthermore, Fairline revealed a 2015 Targa 38 on its stand, featuring a number of updates to the boat’s specification, layout and interior and exterior styling. A wider helm, twin helm seat and relocation of the companionway to port ensure the Targa 38’s revised specification affords Fairline customers more generous space in the cockpit, while the boat’s revised interior includes an extended galley, giving customers greater room when preparing to entertain guests.

Among the exciting announcements in Fairline’s plans for the future were significant changes to the interiors of its elegant range. Launching to the world for the first time, designs for the new interiors are on display on the Fairline stand throughout the show, with space dedicated to each of the four new colour themes: Amalfi, Capri, Hamptons and St Tropez.

Stuart McCullough, Commercial Director at Fairline Boats, commented: “We are looking forward to an exciting show in London, following a very positive reception to our new models at our press conference. The event is one of the main highlights of the year for the leisure marine industry and strengthens the UK’s position as a major destination for buyers of luxury yachts.”

Alongside the new product and design features that are to be showcased, Fairline is displaying a wide selection of its luxury motor yacht range, including the Targa 48 GRAN TURISMO, Targa 48 OPEN, Squadron 48, Squadron 65 and Targa 62 GRAN TURISMO.

The new-look Fairline stand offers visitors to the show a place to relax in style. The popular Squadron Bar is once again located opposite the stand entrance and visitors are invited to enjoy Fairline Squadron and Targa beers, developed especially for the brand.


          Fairline Targa 48GT to make its us debut at Norwalk Boat Show   

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Leading British luxury Motor Yacht manufacturer, Fairline Boats, will showcase the Targa 48 GRAN TURISMO, alongside its elegant Squadron 50, at both the Norwalk and Annapolis boat shows this autumn.

The Fairline Chesapeake team will be on hand throughout both shows to welcome prospective and existing Fairline owners and visitors onto the stand to take a look at the models. The Fairline stand will feature an elegant hospitality area, where visitors can relax with a drink and enjoy the atmosphere of the show. 

The Targa 48GT is powered by Volvo Penta IPS matched to a dynamic new hull designed specifically for the characteristics of the IPS drive and features a beautifully spacious flybridge and newly styled interior. Fairline has developed the new trio with careful attention to global customer feedback and as a result, an array of options is available to ensure each model is perfectly suited to different markets.

With intelligent space-saving innovations engineered throughout the boat, the Targa 48GT provides sociable spaces with clever design touches. The electric glazed retractable roof is a standard feature of the boat, offering an ‘open, even when closed’ feel and giving owners the chance to enjoy fresh air and sunshine at the touch of a button, whether at rest or underway.

Stuart McCullough, Commercial Director at Fairline Boats, commented: “We are delighted to be showcasing the third of our 48ft models, the Targa 48GT, at this year’s Norwalk and Annapolis boat shows. This model attracted a great deal of interest at the London Boat Show earlier this year when it launched to the world. We look forward to welcoming Fairline owners and prospective customers onto the stand to experience British craftsmanship and Fairline luxury at its very best.”

In addition to allowing visitors to browse an extensive selection of luxury Motor Yachts, powerboats and sailboats, the shows will offer visitors the chance to take part in on-the water demos and boat handling clinics, sailing seminars and offers a range of activities for children.


          Duo of 48ft models to make show premiere at Cannes Yachting Festival   

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The Squadron 48 and Targa 48 GRAN TURISMO will be showcased on the European stage for the first time, displaying the best of British craftsmanship on Fairline’s elegant stand. The Fairline team will be on hand throughout the show to welcome prospective and existing Fairline owners and visitors aboard these new models and talk them through the range’s striking design.

Fairline has developed the new 48ft trio, that also includes the Targa 48 OPEN, with careful attention to global customer feedback and as a result, an array of options is available to ensure each model is perfectly suited to different markets. All three models are powered by Volvo Penta IPS matched to a dynamic new hull, designed specifically for the characteristics of the IPS drive, and feature a beautifully spacious flybridge and newly styled interior.

With intelligent space-saving innovations engineered throughout the boat, the Targa 48GT provides sociable spaces with clever design touches. The electric glazed retractable roof is a standard feature of the boat, offering an ‘open, even when closed’ feel and giving owners the chance to enjoy fresh air and sunshine at the touch of a button, whether at rest or underway.

Meanwhile, the fresh and ingenious design of the Squadron 48 interior ensures there is plentiful space with a voluminous saloon and large relaxed seating areas to both port and starboard. The Squadron 48 also offers numerous opportunities for relaxing in style; the flybridge offers a large seating area around an outdoor dining table which can be lowered to convert into a sunpad in addition to forward-facing seating alongside the upper helm.

Stuart McCullough, Commercial Director at Fairline Boats, commented: “We are looking forward to showcasing the Targa 48GT and Squadron 48 models at the Cannes Yachting Festival for the first time. The Cannes Yachting Festival is the gateway to the Mediterranean motor yachting world and the design of the 48ft range is perfect for the boating region. We look forward to welcoming many Fairline owners and prospective customers on board all of our boats to enjoy the best of British at this year’s show.”


          Targa 48 GRAN TURISMO to make show debut at this year’s PSP Southampton Boat Show   

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The Targa 48 GRAN TURISMO, which made its world debut at the 2014 London Boat Show, will be joined by two other models in the new 48ft range, the Targa 48 OPEN and the Squadron 48. Other Fairline models on display will range from the Targa 38 to the luxurious Squadron 42 and the commanding Squadron 78 CUSTOM. 

The Fairline team will be on hand throughout the show to welcome prospective and existing Fairline owners and visitors onto the stand and to walk them through the entire range. The Fairline stand will feature an elegant hospitality area, where visitors can relax with a drink and enjoy the atmosphere of the show.  

The Targa 48GT is powered by Volvo Penta IPS matched to a dynamic new hull designed specifically for the characteristics of the IPS drive and features a beautifully spacious flybridge and newly styled interior. Fairline has developed the new trio with careful attention to global customer feedback and as a result, an array of options is available to ensure each model is perfectly suited to different markets.

With intelligent space-saving innovations engineered throughout the boat, the Targa 48GT provides sociable spaces with clever design touches. The electric glazed retractable roof is a standard feature of the boat, offering an ‘open, even when closed’ feel and giving owners the chance to enjoy fresh air and sunshine at the touch of a button, whether at rest or underway.

Stuart McCullough, Commercial Director at Fairline Boats, commented: “We are looking forward to showcasing the Targa 48GT at this year’s PSP Southampton Boat Show for the first time. This model attracted a great deal of interest at the London Boat Show earlier this year when it launched to the world. The PSP Southampton Boat Show is another important highlight of the boating calendar for Fairline and a show we are committed to supporting. We look forward to welcoming many Fairline owners and prospective customers on board all of our boats to enjoy the best of British at this year’s show.”


          Fairline celebrates best of British with White Helmets sponsorship agreement   

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The leading British luxury boat brand will be a main sponsor of the White Helmets, providing financial support for the team of 25 regular soldiers in 2014, as they delight audiences with heart-stopping stunts at a range of events, festivals and shows across the country.

Now in its 88th year, the White Helmets team is famous around the world for its spectacular feats of balance, death-defying crossover rides and daring acrobatics. Wearing their Royal Signals uniform and signature white helmets, the team perform pyramid lifts, jump ramps and even navigate burning hay bales on their Triumph motorcycles.

Captain Richard Carr, Team Captain of the White Helmets, said: “We would like to say a big thank you to Fairline Boats for their sponsorship this year. As a team, we rely solely on our wonderful sponsors for financial support, so it’s fantastic to have secured the backing of such a prestigious British brand. We’re really looking forward to the tour ahead and have been working hard on perfecting stunts and routines that will keep our audiences on the edge of their seats!”

Kevin Gaskell, Fairline Boats CEO, said: “We are very excited to be sponsoring the White Helmets Association at the start of their packed season of motorcycle events. The courage, daring and talent of these men is incredible and as a British brand, Fairline Boats is committed to supporting the best that this country has to offer. We wish the White Helmets team a brilliant season and look forward to following their progress.”


          Fairline Chertsey celebrates delivery of its first Squadron 65   

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Prior to delivery, Fairline Chertsey’s Dealer Principal, Richard Bates, accompanied the Squadron’s new owners to the Fairline Yacht Division’s on-water facility in Ipswich for a two day handover and sea trials.

The Squadron 65 will now make her way to Southampton and then on to her final destination in Marina de Denia, Spain, at the end of April. The boat’s owners placed their order after the Southampton Boat Show, having previously owned a Fairline Phantom 50, and are delighted with their new Squadron. The sale is representative of the popularity of the design and quality of the Fairline range among Fairline Chertsey’s customer base.

Richard Bates commented: “When we joined the Fairline dealer network last September, little did we expect our first sale to be a new Squadron 65! Both the team here at Fairline Chertsey and the customer has been impressed by the overall ease and efficiency of the order and build process and the consequent technical handover and sea trials. We are thrilled to be able to offer our existing client base the prestigious Fairline brand from our Chertsey and Eastbourne locations. It’s an exciting opportunity for us.”

James Powell, Fairline International Sales Manager said: “It’s great to see Fairline Chertsey enjoying success so soon after their appointment. With exquisite showroom and marina facilities at Chertsey, Richard and his team are ideally placed to service the needs of customers who live south west of London. In addition, Fairline Eastbourne provides a second UK south coast location for the Fairline brand at Sovereign Harbour. With many of the 2,500 berths in Eastbourne and Brighton marinas already home to a number of Fairline owners we eagerly anticipate further sales across the region.”

Fairline Chertsey covers six acres, including 100 Marina berths, and offers the largest boat showroom and chandlery on the River Thames. Fairline Eastbourne is located in one of the UK’s largest marina village developments, Sovereign Harbour, making it ideally suited to handle larger power boats, offering travel hoist, yard and workshop facilities as well as dedicated sales berths.


          Fairline responds to customer demand with new Squadron 78 hard top   

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The Squadron 78 CUSTOM is now available with an integrated fixed flybridge hard top surrounding an electric retractable canvas roof. The new roof brings a permanent structure to the already commanding flybridge, with large sunbathing area and plenty of space for open-air entertaining.

The new hard top model recently concluded sea trials at Fairline’s test facility in Ipswich. The first boat has already been handed over to her new owner and the second left the test facility last week.  

Kevin Gaskell, CEO Fairline Boats, comments: “We are very excited to be launching a hard top version of the Squadron 78 CUSTOM, a model that has proved to be the most successful in its category. We have always sought ways to adapt our range to the needs of our customers and work closely with them to create high-end motor yachts that are truly unique. The Squadron 78 CUSTOM is a great example of this, as our most bespoke and customised Fairline boat ever. The new roof makes this world-beating luxurious boat even more suited to comfortable entertaining in the sunshine.”

Fairline celebrated the launch of the 100th Squadron 78 model earlier this year at the London Boat Show. The original Squadron 78 was first unveiled to the world in 2003 at a prestigious event near the Tower of London. Since then, it has gone from strength to strength, becoming one of Fairline’s most successful and iconic luxury motor yachts with a very loyal following. Over 10,000 individual customisations have been undertaken across all 100 Squadron 78s.


          Fairline exhibits best of British across the globe   

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The Yacht & Brokerage Show in Miami saw Fairline’s new Targa 48 OPEN make its highly anticipated US debut. The beautiful sports cruiser was unveiled from beneath a huge union flag during the launch, showcasing British design and manufacturing at its very best. The first of three models in the brand’s new 48ft range, the Targa 48 OPEN is created at Fairline’s state-of-the-art £2.6m manufacturing facility in Corby, using the latest technologies and industry-leading production systems.

Fairline also exhibited two models from the iconic new 48ft range in Istanbul, during the CNR International Eurasia Boat Show at the end of the month. The world’s second biggest boat and yacht exhibition on land, the show typically attracts over 1,000 high-quality brands. The stylish Targa 48 OPEN and Squadron 48 were admired by visitors from all over Europe, Asia and the Middle East, alongside four other models from the Fairline range. The show saw a healthy level of sales, with the final total exceeding last year’s figures.  

Kevin Gaskell, CEO of Fairline, commented: “We are proud to be showcasing the very best of British craftsmanship, manufactured right here in Corby and Oundle, across the world. The response from the US audience to the debut of the Targa 48 OPEN was very positive and visitors to the show in Istanbul admired our two 48ft models in particular. The year ahead promises to be an exciting one for Fairline, with planned attendance at boat shows in China, Japan, Australia, South Africa and across Europe. The success of these boats on a global platform is down to our talented British designers and factory teams in Oundle, without whom we wouldn’t have the outstanding boats to showcase.”


          2014 marks landmark year for Fairline boatbuilders   

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23 members of staff working across the Fairline factories will reach the quarter century milestone in the months ahead – the highest number in one year to date. Recruited in 1989, these loyal employees joined the company just four years after the launch of the very first Targa model and two years before the debut of the now renowned Squadron series.

One such employee is Line Manager Gary Stanford, who started out working on the production moulds at Fairline. Gary will celebrate his 25th anniversary on 6th February 2014.

Commenting on reaching the milestone, Gary said: “It’s a great feeling to have worked at Fairline for so long. One of the best things about working here is the pride we take in watching our high quality motor yachts roll out of the door. If you look at any of our boats you can see the time, effort and craftsmanship that goes into each one. 

“I’ve got some great memories of my time here, including working on the ‘old’ Squadron 58. We managed to get the turnaround time down to eight days and production ran like clockwork. It was long hours and hard work but it was all worth it when you saw the finished boat.”

Kevin Gaskell, CEO of Fairline Boats, commented: “2014 looks to be an exciting year for Fairline Boats and our employees. For 23 members of the team to reach the 25 year mark is an incredible testament to the passion and dedication of our talented workforce. We hope to see many more of our craftsmen reach this milestone in the years ahead.”

To acknowledge 25 years of loyal service, members of staff can choose a gift and flowers are also sent to their spouses or partners. Family members will also be invited to a special presentation, where the achievement will be formally recognised.


          Recruitment drive to meet high demand for luxury British boats   

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A constant stream of visitors at the London Boat Show earlier in the month saw the continuation of an upward sales trend for Fairline, with sales figures exceeding the previous year and strong forward order books now extending into late 2014 for some models. 

The introduction of the brand’s new 48ft range has contributed to the recent increase in demand. Powered by Volvo IPS, Fairline’s three 48ft models are manufactured at Fairline’s state-of-the-art facility in Corby, using the latest technology and production systems. All three new models feature a dynamic new hull, significant weight savings and an array of available options to ensure each model is perfectly suited to different markets.

The third model in this range – the Targa 48 GRAN TURISMO – recently made its world debut at the London Boat Show, where it was displayed alongside the Squadron 48 and the Targa 48 OPEN. The boat features a stunning retractable hard top offering an ‘open, even when closed’ feel and intelligent space-saving innovations engineered throughout the boat.

Kevin Gaskell, CEO of Fairline, commented: “We are delighted with the success we enjoyed at this year’s London Boat Show and would like to thank our teams in Oundle and Corby for all their hard work in producing such beautiful boats. Sales were excellent at the show, showing a strong growth over last year and our impressive stand was busy with visitors throughout the show. As a result of this excellent news, we are delighted to be recruiting for roles across the factory and have been able to approach previous employees. We are all very excited about what the future holds for Fairline.”


          Fairline celebrates success at London Boat Show   

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Highlights of the show included the launch of the third model in Fairline’s 48ft range – the Targa 48 GRAN TURISMO – which was displayed alongside the Squadron 48 and the Targa 48 OPEN. Fairline also celebrated a major milestone at the show with the launch of its 100th Squadron 78 model, one of the brand’s most successful and iconic luxury motor yachts.

A new feature of the stand, Fairline’s Concept Cinema, gave customers, show visitors and industry guests a glimpse of the future of motor boating with the Fairline eSprit concept boat. The concept incorporates sustainable materials in construction and design, without compromising Fairline’s class-leading styling and performance. The new-look Fairline stand also featured a hospitality area, where guests were invited to relax and enjoy a drink. 

James Robinson, Fairline’s Sales Director, commented: “Fairline has enjoyed another successful London Boat Show, an event we are committed to supporting. This is one of the main highlights of the year for the leisure marine industry and an event that strengthens the UK’s position as a major destination for buyers of luxury yachts. Sales have been excellent at the show with the final total due to exceed 2013, further extending our forward order book into late 2014 for some models. The Concept Cinema caused quite a stir and was a very popular feature of the stand throughout the show. Fairline would like to thank the BMF and National Boat Shows team for their continued hard work and we look forward to returning in 2015.”


          Fairline eSprit concept boat unveiled at London Boat Show   

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The eSprit was the focus of Fairline’s Concept Cinema at the 2014 London Boat Show, an all-new feature of the Fairline stand. The concept model offered visitors an exciting proposition for the future of sustainable motor boating, without compromising Fairline’s class-leading styling and performance.

The Fairline eSprit incorporates sustainable materials in construction and design. Bio-derived epoxy resins with needle punched flax fibres are used in construction and the interior features ecoyarn upholstery fabrics, specially treated with a waterproofing plasma process. Recycled synthetic teak is used for the eSprit’s decking and the concept incorporates a solar panelled T-top that folds away to cover bow seating when
not in use.

The concept boat showcases an ergonomically optimised interior and includes a Multifunctional Steering Position with paddle throttles and integral LED control display. This allows chartplotter, radar and system information to be displayed in the optimum viewing position.     

Power options for the Fairline eSprit consist of a 400hp diesel engine, capable of 30 knots in diesel mode, coupled to an electric motor. Silent running or sustained low speed cruising is possible at 5 knots in
electric mode.

Andy Pope, Design Manager at Fairline Boats, commented: “We used the design process to explore what a sustainable future could look like for Fairline. The size of the boat, the materials used, the necessary manufacturing processes; everything was put to the sustainability test. We’ve been amazed at the positive response to what started as an adventure in concept design. The Fairline eSprit really seems to have caught the imagination and futuristic design touches like the control display on the steering wheel have been very well received.”     

Dedicated to the Fairline eSprit, the Concept Cinema brought an exciting new dimension to the Fairline stand at the 2014 London Boat Show. Visitors were welcome to explore the concept design and discover more about the future of sustainable luxury motor boating.


          Fairline Boats celebrates 100th Squadron 78 milestone   

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The original Squadron 78 was first unveiled to the world in 2003 at a prestigious event near the Tower of London. Since then, it has gone from strength to strength, becoming one of Fairline’s most successful and iconic luxury motor yachts with a very loyal following.

Kevin Gaskell, CEO Fairline Boats, comments: “We are incredibly proud of the fact that the Squadron 78 is now in its 12th year of production, which demonstrates the strength and appeal of its design and build quality. Our teams work tirelessly to ensure that every Squadron 78 is crafted to the owner’s exacting requirements, creating beautifully customised and bespoke luxury motor yachts.”

The 100th build of the Squadron 78 follows the recent launch of its most customised model ever, a Squadron 78 CUSTOM called MATCH 2.  This was one of the Fairline Yacht Division’s most exciting and challenging build projects to-date with almost 400 custom items. MATCH 2 was the owner’s fifth Fairline and his second Squadron 78.

James Powell, Fairline Yacht Division EMEA, commented: “When we launched the Squadron 78 in 2003 we knew we had created a world-beating luxury boat.  We have always enjoyed working closely with our customers to create high-end motor yachts that are truly unique. The entire team are incredibly proud of what we have achieved and we are very much looking forward to working with the future owners of new Squadron 78s.” 

Comments Kevin Gaskell: “The combination of great sea-keeping, the highest build quality, customisation and strong residual value underlines the Squadron 78 as a market leader and will continue to do so well into the future.”

Top statistics about the Squadron 78:
• The total value of all the Squadron 78s sold to date is over £150million
• If you laid all the 100 Squadron 78s out in a line they would be the equivalent of 1.5 miles in length – that’s 1.5 miles of refined luxury motor yacht!
• A total of 1,942,200 man hours to build all 100 Squadron 78s
• Over 10,000 customisations have been undertaken across all 100 Squadron 78s – making it the most bespoke and customised Fairline boat ever
• Over 160,000 man hours to undertake those customisations
• 7,300 square metres of teak used
• 10,600 square metres of luxury carpet
• 558 tonnes of Coremat fibreglass with 1,200 tonnes of resin


          US debut of the highly anticipated Targa 48 OPEN at Miami Yacht and Brokerage Show   

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Exhibiting at Ramp 39, Fairline will join yacht builders from around the world at Florida’s largest annual event, which transforms Collins Avenue into a multi-million dollar showcase. Visitors to the show will be able to explore the beautifully crafted new Targa 48 OPEN and step onboard six additional Fairline models – including the luxurious Targa 62GT.   

Perfectly suited for the Miami boating scene, the Targa 48 OPEN is an elegantly appointed two cabin, double en-suite model geared towards the design trend of spacious sociable areas for entertaining inside and out. The model offers an electric canvas roof as standard, as well as a garage for optional jet tender and submersible bathing platform.

The Targa 48 OPEN is powered by Volvo Penta IPS matched to a dynamic new hull designed specifically for the range, making significant use of new technologies and industry-leading production systems. This has ensured the new Targa offers the highest levels of quality and performance, with considerable weight reduction, exceptional engineering and excellent sea-keeping – everything you would expect from a Fairline.

Oliver Winbolt, Head of Marketing at Fairline Boats, commented: “Fairline enjoyed a strong year in the US market in 2013 and we anticipate building on this in the year ahead. We’re looking forward to launching the Targa 48 OPEN to the US market and showcasing the best of British to visitors at the show. Our new 48 foot models have been created using the very latest technology and we’ll be welcoming Fairline owners and prospective customers onboard to experience it for themselves.”


          Fairline drives luxury lifestyle experiences in Asia   

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Fairline recently held three exclusive luxury events in Shanghai and Shenzen to further promote and celebrate the luxury yachting lifestyle.

Fairline Boats recently collaborated with Porsche Shenzen to host an exhilarating event for fans of high performance luxury on both land and sea at the Shenzen International Boat Show. The afternoon began with a test drive of 10 band new Porsche sports cars, followed by a private viewing of the latest Fairline yachts. The day ended with an exquisite dinner at the Sheraton Dameisha Resort.

In order to showcase the ‘Fairline lifestyle’, Jebsen Marine recently held a gala dinner for VIP guests at the iconic Shanghai landmark, Three on the Bund.

Jebsen Marine also recently hosted 10 VIP guests on board the flagship Fairline Squadron 78 CUSTOM for a private evening of wine tasting, in conjunction with Jebsen Fine Wines. The exclusive event consisted of a short cruise followed by sunset wine tasting at anchor.

Bryan Jones, Head of Sales for Americas and Australasia at Fairline Boats, commented: “Asia is a strong focus for Fairline and is a region in which we are committed to grow in response to increasing demand in the region. These exclusive lifestyle events allow Fairline to introduce its range and the lifestyle to prospective customers in China and reflect the understated elegance epitomised by Fairline design.”


          Fairline Boats committed to London Boat Show 2014   

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The London Boat Show is one of the main highlights of the year for the leisure marine industry and an event that strengthens the UK’s position as a major destination for buyers of luxury yachts. Fairline Boats is committed to supporting the show and will continue to use the event as a means of growing its ever-expanding client base.

Oliver Winbolt, Head of Marketing at Fairline Boats, commented: “The London Boat Show is a key event for Fairline and one which we really enjoy exhibiting at. This coming January, we’ll be looking to build on the success we’ve seen at the PSP Southampton Boat Show and look forward to unveiling the new Targa 48GT to Fairline customers and visitors to the show.”

In addition to the Targa 48GT, Fairline will be exhibiting 8 of its luxury motor yachts at its impressive stand.


          The Fairline 19 at Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show    

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Leading British luxury Motor Yacht manufacturer, Fairline Boats, will be at this year’s Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show, exhibiting a selection of its latest models - as well as an original Fairline 19, a model first produced in 1967. 

Celebrating 45 years of luxury British boat-building Fairline Boats scoured the UK for one of the original Fairline 19 models built in the 1960s and restored it to all of its former glory.  Since its launch, Fairline Boats has built over 13,000 models and is still the foremost expert on designing, engineering and producing elegant, British Motor Yachts.       

Visitors to the world’s largest in-the-water boat show can also step on board six boats in the Fairline range, as well as revisit Fairline’s iconic history by exploring its first ever model.  

Following successful European shows in Cannes and Southampton, visitors in the US will be able to see the flagship Squadron 78 CUSTOM, the Squadron 65, the Squadron 50, the Squadron 42, the Targa 62 GRAN TURISMO which was launched at last year’s show, the Targa 38 OPEN and the classic Fairline 19.  

Oliver Winbolt, Head of Marketing at Fairline Boats, said: “We are very excited to be exhibiting once again at the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show. We have brought some Fairline history with us this year with Fairline’s first ever model on display - the Fairline 19, as well as a range of our latest Targas and Squadrons for guests to enjoy.  We are seeing consistently improving sales across the US and South America and we are committed to further developing the business and our dealer network throughout these regions.”


          Fairline Western Australia opens stunning new office in the heart of Claremont   

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The Group has been selling and supporting Fairline for the past six years and is the exclusive dealer for the quintessentially British brand in Western Australia.

The new office offers a modern and light environment in which Fairline customers can relax whilst discussing the intricacies of their next boat. Services provided at this office will include the sale of both new and used Fairline models as well as offering support services for clients and of course hosting client events.

The office features a stunning new customer lounge, which is the ideal location for customers to start the journey towards owning their dream yacht.

Evan Moore, Dealer Principal, commented: “The demand for Fairline continues to grow in Western Australia and Claremont in particular looks to be a fantastic location for us. We are delighted that Fairline is recognised as the pre-eminent brand in Western Australia as proven by our continuing sales success leading to a requirement for a larger retail office;  the perfect setting for our staff to guide customers towards their dream Fairline. These are truly exciting times for Fairline in Australia.”


          Fairline celebrates a successful PSP Southampton Boat Show   

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The striking display of British yachts included the all new Squadron 48 and Targa 48 OPEN, orders for which are coming in thick and fast. The 2013 PSP Southampton Boat Show was very rewarding in terms of overall orders for Fairline Boats, which further demonstrates the growing demand of the European boat market.            

The PSP Southampton Boat Show featured the world première of the Squadron 48 which is the second model to launch from the Fairline 48ft IPS range. The elegant Squadron features a beautifully spacious flybridge and newly styled interior. The launch of this striking new model was a huge success and the Squadron 48 is set to become one of Fairline’s most popular boats.   

Oliver Winbolt, Head of Marketing at Fairline Boats, commented: “Fairline has enjoyed another exciting and successful PSP Southampton Boat Show. This event is one of the highlights of the international show season, with the relaxed on-water environment giving our guests a real taste of what the Fairline lifestyle has to offer. Sales have been strong, with some models now sold out until the middle of 2014. Fairline would like to thank the BMF and National Boat Shows team for their continued hard work and we look forward to returning next year with an even greater presence.”

Fairline will launch the last of the trio of 48ft boats, the Targa 48 GRAN TURISMO at the London Boat Show in January 2014.


          Fairline takes Southampton by storm   

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The Squadron 78 CUSTOM remains a popular choice for customers with its unmistakable durability, great sea keeping and flexibility through customisation. Fairline Boats, at stand M172-M182, is exhibiting 10 models at the show in total, as well as hosting customers and guests in a luxurious hospitality area. 

Highlights of the show so far include the World Première of the Squadron 48 and the Show Première of the new Targa 48 OPEN.  Both new models are causing quite a stir with customers and the order book throughout 2014 is filling rapidly. The striking display of British yachts on display also include the Targa 38 OPEN, Squadron 42, Targa 48 OPEN, Squadron 48, Targa 50 GRAN TURISMO, Squadron 50, Squadron 60, Targa 62 GRAN TURISMO, Squadron 65 and the iconic Squadron 78 CUSTOM. Despite the changeable weather, Fairline continues to welcome hundreds of customers to this spectacular event - offering tours of the models, refreshments and insights into what Fairline has coming up in 2014.    

Oliver Winbolt, Head of Marketing at Fairline Boats, commented: “Following the success of the Festival de la Plaisance de Cannes last week we are enjoying another outstanding show at the PSP Southampton Boat Show. We have had a very pleasing number of sales and enquiries, as well as very positive responses from the customers on our new 48ft launches. It’s great to be on home soil for such a fantastic show and we’re seeing a wealth of interest from customers in the UK and across Europe.”


          Fairline Squadron 48 to make world debut at this year’s PSP Southampton Boat Show   

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Making her world debut at the show will be the Fairline Squadron 48. This is the second of a trio of new models to be launched from Fairline’s revamped Corby manufacturing facility, and features the same remarkable hull as the Targa 48 OPEN, as well as a beautifully spacious flybridge and newly styled interior.

Powered by Volvo Penta IPS, the Squadron 48 boasts significant weight savings thanks to the very latest technologies and industry-leading production systems being utilised by Fairline. Owners of this striking Squadron can expect no less than the very highest levels of quality and performance, as well as exceptional engineering and superb sea-keeping.

The Squadron 48 is available with an array of options to ensure it is perfectly suited to different customer requirements and markets. It will be available with variable two or three cabin options, and owners can enjoy plentiful storage throughout, considered layouts and practical yet clever touches.

The flybridge offers a large seating area around an outdoor dining table which can be lowered to convert into a sunpad. An optional BBQ package is available, which includes a sink, griddle, fridge and icemaker. This is in addition to forward-facing seating alongside the upper helm. The Squadron 48 also features an optional submersible bathing platform, which can also accommodate a jet tender and has been a very popular addition on many of Fairline’s larger yachts. The twin transom gates lead to a well-appointed cockpit.

Oliver Winbolt, Head of Marketing at Fairline Boats, commented: “We are delighted to be launching the Squadron 48 at this year’s PSP Southampton Boat Show. We are incredibly pleased with our trio of new models and have no doubt they will each become iconic Fairline models. We have created these new 48 foot models using the very latest technology and look forward to welcoming many Fairline owners and prospective customers on board to truly uncover the best of British at this year’s show.”


          Fairline announces new authorised dealer for Chertsey and Eastbourne   

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Bates Wharf Marine Sales Ltd will represent the brand from two sites, trading as Fairline Chertsey and Fairline Eastbourne and will work alongside the existing Fairline UK dealer network, including Fairline Essex and Fairline Southampton. This announcement sees the dealer network further expand to respond to global demands, and follows a 20% increase in representative dealers in 2012.

Bates Wharf Marine Sales Ltd has head offices in Chertsey, Surrey, on a site which covers six acres, includes 100 Marina berths and offers the largest boat showroom and chandlery on the River Thames. Surrounded by beautiful rural scenery, Fairline Chertsey is ideally placed, with convenient transport links to London. Fairline Eastbourne is based at the company’s Sovereign Harbour sales office, which is ideally suited to handle larger power boats, offering travel hoist, yard and workshop facilities as well as dedicated sales berths.   

Last week, Fairline Eastbourne celebrated its new authorised dealer status by hosting the first leg of the South Coast Marina Tour of the new Fairline Targa 48 OPEN, the first of a trio of new 48ft models, at Sovereign Harbour. The tour continues until the August bank holiday and includes visits to a huge variety of popular marinas and anchorages between Eastbourne and Poole.

Richard Bates, Managing Director at Fairline Chertsey and Fairline Eastbourne, commented: “Bates Wharf Marine Sales Ltd is a fourth generation family business, with its roots in boat building, drawing expertise from over 100 years’ experience in the marine industry. We have always admired the British quality, style and presence of the entire Fairline range and it is a great honour to have been appointed as an authorised dealer for such a prestigious British brand. It was great to kick off the South Coast Marina Tour of the new Targa 48 OPEN and we are really looking forward to supporting the exciting plans and new boat launches the company has planned for the rest of this year.”

James Powell, Fairline's Head of Sales, commented: “We are delighted to welcome Bates Wharf Marine Sales Ltd to the Fairline network. These two new dealerships will give Fairline important coverage in the West London and Eastbourne areas and Richard and his team bring with them a wealth of experience which our customers will benefit from. At Fairline we put a great deal of emphasis on ensuring that our dealers are of the highest calibre, with a vast understanding of the industry and their markets.”


          Show première of the Targa 48 OPEN at Festival de la Plaisance de Cannes   

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Visitors to the boat show will be amongst the first to see the latest innovations, exceptional quality of finish, and evolution of British craftsmanship that Fairline has mastered over the years.

The Targa 48 OPEN is the first of three 48ft models that the leading luxury motor yacht manufacturer is launching over the coming months, and the first model to come out of Fairline’s newly revamped manufacturing facility following a £2.8m investment.

The 48 OPEN is an exciting new addition to the Fairline Targa range and is set to take the true Mediterranean spirit and style to the rest of the world. A beautifully appointed two cabin, double en-suite model, the Targa 48 OPEN is geared towards the design trend of spacious sociable areas - both inside and out. The model also features an electric canvas roof as standard, as well as a garage for optional jet tender and a submersible platform.

James Robinson, Sales and Marketing Director at Fairline Boats, commented: “We are very excited about the launch of the Targa 48 OPEN and looking forward to showcasing her at this prestigious event.  The Festival de la Plaisance de Cannes is the gateway to the Mediterranean motor yachting world and the perfect place to launch the Targa 48 OPEN.  A lot of work has gone into this new model and we are delighted with the results.”

Fairline will launch the second new model in the Fairline 48ft range, the Squadron 48, at the 2013 PSP Southampton Boat Show, and the Targa 48 GRAN TURISMO will follow at the Tullett Prebon London Boat Show in 2014.


          Targa 48 OPEN – First sea trial report out now in Motor Boat and Yachting   

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We have been delighted with this boat, which we have invested in considerably, using cutting-edge technology and design innovations. We were of course very pleased to read the Motor Boat & Yachting team are fans too!

Here’s a few things they had to say about the new Targa 48 OPEN...

“So how does a voluminous sportscruiser designed with accommodation firmly in mind handle out on the water? Very well indeed. And I mean impressively well, regarding of the extra height and beam it carries relative to its predecessor.”

“Relaxing and easy-going best describe the driving experience.”

“This 48 feels more glued to the water than many IPS boats...”

“Also very impressive is the way the 48 trims, whatever speed it runs at.”

“Fairline’s performance department can pat itself on the back. We achieved a healthy 32.2 knots flat out, a good speed for a big beamy cruiser with twin 435hp that’s actually over 50ft long.”

And the overall verdict was...

“The new Targa 48 OPEN is not just Fairline’s latest boat, it’s the dawn of a whole new ideology. Two building methods new to Fairline – resin infusion and monocoque deck construction – have allowed this builder to design a boat that would otherwise not have been a feasible proposition. Hand in hand with these developments have come improvements in Fairline’s manufacturing process, not monumental, but significant enough to ensure yet more consistency and higher quality.”

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          The Targa 48 OPEN South Coast Marina Tour   

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The Targa 48 OPEN will be available for viewings and sea trials for registered customers and prospective owners to discover the very best of this spectacular new model. She will depart from the Fairline Test Centre at Ipswich, travelling down the East Coast to begin her tour at Sovereign Harbour, Eastbourne before cruising down the Thames Estuary and around the South East headland, past Brighton down the Solent to Poole and returning to end the tour at Fairline Southampton in Swanwick. The South Coast Tour will include visits to a huge variety of popular marinas and anchorages between London and Poole. To register your interest in the tour please visit: www.fairline.com/T48tour.

The new motor yacht is the first of three 48 foot models being launched in the next six months, and is set to become another iconic addition to the range. The Targa 48 OPEN was created in Fairline’s new £2.6m Corby facility using the latest technology and features a dynamic new hull, as well as significant weight savings that clearly set her apart from the competition.

James Powell, International Sales Manager comments: “The South Coast Tour is a fantastic opportunity for everyone to come along and see and experience the latest spectacular model from Fairline Boats for themselves prior to the start of the autumn boat show season. We have received some very positive feedback from the recent sea trials and the Goodwood Festival of Speed launch event and with her flawless sea-keeping and design innovations, the Targa 48 OPEN epitomises British engineering and manufacturing at its best. We are looking forward to exploring the beautiful English coastline, meeting up with the many existing Fairline owners who keep their boats along the South Coast, and welcoming many newcomers to the brand onboard. We would encourage everyone to register their interest early as we’ve already seen a fantastic demand to view the Targa 48 OPEN on location during the tour.”

The Targa 48 OPEN is the latest exciting new model from Fairline and is the first of the 48ft range.  She will be closely followed by the launch of the Squadron 48 at the 2013 PSP Southampton Boat Show, and the Targa 48 GRAN TURISMO at the Tullett Prebon London Boat Show in 2014.

The South Coast Tour
• 9th - 10th August, Sovereign Harbour, Eastbourne
• 11th August, Brighton Marina, Brighton
• 12th August, Chichester Marina, Chichester
• 13th August, Gunwharf Quays, Portsmouth
• 14th August, Port Solent, Portsmouth
• 15th August, East Cowes Marina, Isle of Wight
• 16th August, Swanwick Marina, Southampton
• 17th August, Ocean Village Marina, Southampton
• 18th August, Hamble Point Marina, Southampton
• 19th August, Cowes Yacht Haven, Isle of Wight
• 20th August, Buckler’s Hard Yacht Harbour, Beaulieu River
• 21st August, Lymington Yacht Haven, Lymington
• 22nd August, Salterns Marina, Poole
• 23rd August, Cobb’s Quay Marina, Poole
• 24th - 25th August, Dolphin Quay Marina, Poole


          See the latest from Fairline New South Wales at the Middle Harbour Yacht Show   

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The Middle Harbour Boat Show provides a unique opportunity for boating enthusiasts in New South Wales to beat the crowds and preview some of the stars of the Sydney International Boat Show, a week before everyone else!

Glen Moltoni, Managing Director of Fairline New South Wales, commented: "We are looking forward to being a significant contributor to the Middle Harbour Boat Show this year, showcasing the very popular Fairline Targa 58 GRAN TURISMO alongside a large range of selected brokerage boats from 28 to 61 feet."

Entrance to the Middle Harbour Boat Show is FREE and promises to be an excellent day out for anyone interested in boats, with everything you need to enjoy your time on the water.

Fairline Boats manufactures luxury motor yachts from 38 - 78 feet in two distinct ranges, Targa and Squadron. Fairline Boats is also launching a trio of eagerly-anticipated 48 foot models which are available globally from July 2013.  

Contact details:
Glen Moltoni
Managing Director
Mob: +61 (0) 419 948 117
Email: sales@fairlinewa.com.au

Show Details:
www.middleharbourboatshow.com.au
North arm D'Albora Marina, The Spit Bridge, Mosman
Opening times: 10am-6pm


          Fairline Targa 48 OPEN premières at Goodwood Festival of Speed   

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Visitors and VIPs at this iconic event were some of the first to see the latest innovations, exceptional quality of finish and evolution of British craftsmanship that Fairline has mastered over the years. 

The first model from the new 48 range is proving to be very popular with the next two models in the range due to launch later this year.  The Targa 48 OPEN is available globally from August 2013 and is an impressive addition to the Fairline range. 

James Robinson, Sales and Marketing Director at Fairline Boats, commented: “The première of the Targa 48 OPEN was a great success and we received some very positive feedback.  The Festival of Speed is a showcase for decades of engineering excellence and we were proud to be premièring another iconic example of great British manufacturing in such good company. 
  
“Preparation for the new 48 range has included the implementation of a new product development strategy and we have invested a considerable amount of time listening to what our customers want.  We have worked diligently over the past 18 months to implement a new manufacturing programme at Fairline, and the Targa 48 OPEN is the culmination of manufacturing and design innovation.  Fairline’s high standards can be seen throughout the Targa 48 OPEN, cementing our renowned reputation for engineering integrity and flawless sea-keeping.”  

Following the Goodwood Festival of Speed the Targa 48 OPEN will be part of the Fairline South Coast Tour in August where visitors are invited on board to experience the boat.  She will also be making her show debuts at Southampton Boat Show and Cannes Boat Show later in the year.


          Sea trials underway for Targa 48 OPEN with excellent results   

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We wanted to share some pictures and videos with you of this exciting event ahead of her world debut at the Goodwood Festival of Speed on Thursday 11th July 2013.

The Targa 48 OPEN is the first IPS boat we have developed for several years and the team has worked very hard to design the boat to be as light as possible. The sea trials have been incredibly encouraging and it’s clear the careful development and attention-to-detail is now paying off in the performance figures being seen.

Andrew Pope, Chief Designer at Fairline Boats, commented: “We are very pleased with the Targa 48 OPEN and her performance. Not only does she look fantastic but the ride is very solid and sure footed, and she is highly responsive. The turns are exceptional and she cuts through the water very cleanly, keeping all spray and wake very low in the water. We are still in the early days of testing but we are all very happy with the results we are seeing.”

The Targa 48 OPEN will make her world debut at the Goodwood Festival of Speed, which takes place from the 11th – 14th July. This will be followed by a South Coast Tour in August where you will be able to experience the Targa 48 OPEN and its fantastic performance for yourself. We will be releasing the dates and locations for this very soon.

 

 


          World première of the Targa 48 OPEN at Goodwood Festival of Speed   

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Visitors and VIPs at this iconic event will be some of the first to see the latest innovations, exceptional quality of finish and evolution of British craftsmanship that Fairline has mastered over the years. 

The first model from the new 48 range is already forward sold until early 2014, and the next two models in the range are due to launch later this year.  The Targa 48 OPEN is available globally from August 2013 and is set to be an impressive addition to the Fairline range.

This new model will be powered by Volvo Penta IPS matched to a dynamic new hull designed specifically for the new range, making significant use of new technologies and industry-leading production systems. This has ensured the new Targa offers the very highest levels of quality and performance, with significant weight reduction, exceptional engineering and excellent sea-keeping – everything you would expect from a Fairline.

The Targa 48 OPEN is a beautifully appointed two cabin, double en-suite model which is geared towards the design trend of spacious sociable areas - both inside and out. The Targa 48 OPEN features an electric canvas roof as standard, as well a garage for optional jet tender and a submersible platform. Accommodation below deck includes a mid master and a forward double, with V berth conversion, as well as a galley with full height fridge/freezer and spacious saloon/dinette with optional sofa bed or third cabin. 

James Robinson, Sales and Marketing Director at Fairline Boats, commented: “We are very excited about the première of the Targa 48 OPEN - the first of the new range.  The Festival of Speed is a showcase for decades of engineering excellence and we are proud to be premiering another iconic example of great British manufacturing in such good company. 
  
“Preparation for the new 48 range has included the implementation of a new product development strategy and we have invested a considerable amount of time listening to what our customers want.  We have worked diligently over the past 18 months to implement a new manufacturing programme at Fairline, and the Targa 48 OPEN is the culmination of manufacturing and design innovation.  Fairline’s high standards can be seen throughout the Targa 48 OPEN, cementing our renowned reputation for engineering integrity and flawless sea-keeping.”


          Fairline North Mallorca awarded Dealer of the Year   

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Leading luxury Motor Yacht manufacturer, Fairline Boats hosted its annual dealer conference on Tuesday 11th June at Rushton Hall, highlighting its new state-of-the-art manufacturing facility and 48ft range.  The conference saw the Targa 48 OPEN being unveiled to Fairline’s global dealers ahead of its world debut in July, and included a tour of the new manufacturing facility, presentations from key suppliers, and an awards dinner.  The awards ceremony celebrated the best in category for Fairline dealers including the Service Excellence Award, the Vision & Investment Award and the Dealer of the Year Award.   

The full list of awards and winners in each category include: 

Service Excellence Award – Fairline Channel Islands

Marketing Innovation Award – Fairline Florida

Dealer of the Year Award – Fairline North Mallorca

Vision & Investment Award – Fairline Turkey

Vision & Investment Award – Fairline India

James Robinson, Sales and Marketing Director at Fairline Boats, commented: “The 2013 Fairline Dealer Conference has truly highlighted the incredibly high standards of Fairline dealers worldwide.  The award winners epitomise the innovation, vision and customer service that Fairline is renowned for.

“We are very proud of our dealerships, and see them as a vital part of making Fairline Boats the world-class luxury brand that it is.  Their intimate local knowledge and experience ensures we can offer a consistently high level of service right around the world.”     

The 2013 Fairline Dealer Conference also included business updates from Fairline and Better Capital and gave Fairline suppliers the opportunity to network with individual dealers.


          The Targa 48 OPEN is coming… First model leaves the factory   

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The new motor yacht is the first of three 48 foot models being launched in the next six months, and is set to become another iconic model from the range. The Targa 48 OPEN was created in Fairline’s new £2.6m Corby facility using the latest technology and features a dynamic new hull, as well as significant weight savings that clearly set it apart from the competition.

Fairline’s global network of dealers was given a sneak preview of the new model at the Corby facility last week as part of a two-day business conference. During the event, CEO Alistair Schofield highlighted the company’s return to profit and the dealers were given a tour of the new facility – with unanimous feedback about how exceptional the facility was, and praise for the changes that have taken place in all areas of production, customer service and sales.

A truly elegant sports cruiser, the Targa 48 OPEN showcases Fairline at its very best, with lots of open spaces, ingenious features, a sleek profile, and a stunning new interior, with beautiful touches including leather wrapped drawers and composite stone floors.

The Targa 48 OPEN is a very exciting model for Fairline Boats and is already forward sold until the end of 2014. She will be closely followed by the launch of the Squadron 48 at the 2013 PSP Southampton Boat Show, and the Targa 48 GRAN TURISMO at the Tullett Prebon London Boat Show in 2014.


          Lord Digby Jones Kt officially opens new Corby facility   

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The launch highlights the completion of a year-long project to redevelop the facility, resulting in the new mixed model production line for boats from 38 to 50 feet, along with dedicated centres of excellence for moulding and furniture production, and the introduction of resin infusion technology. The changes have secured Fairline’s position at the forefront of the industry for its class-leading manufacturing facilities, and paved the way for its future growth and development. 

To coincide with the launch event, Fairline Boats announced the great news that the company has returned to profit following three years of losses, with sales up 4% for 2012 at £82.6m.

Invited guests were given business updates by Fairline’s CEO, Alistair Schofield, Stephen Ahmad of RBS, and Peter Williamson, Fairline’s Chairman and Operating Partner at Better Capital. The presentations highlighted Fairline’s aims for the future including expanding its range from eight models to 15, increasing the presence of its worldwide dealer network and continuing to grow new and expanding markets. 

Guest of honour, Lord Digby Jones Kt, was treated to a tour of the new facility before unveiling a plaque to commemorate the official opening of the factory. Lord Digby spoke of the importance of British manufacturing and the opportunity that exists for UK businesses that align themselves appropriately for the future.


          Fairline Boats celebrates a successful supplier conference with host of awards   

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The conference concluded with an awards ceremony, celebrating the best in category for Fairline suppliers, including Best New Supplier and the Buyers Choice Award.

The full list of awards and winners in each category include: 

• Most Proactive Supplier – Whale
Whale is a supplier of pumps and has worked with Fairline to standardise components and processes, in turn reducing installation time and improving quality overall

• Outstanding Customer Service – MJ Trimmers
MJ Trimmers is a supplier of upholstered furniture items and has recently re-engineered the entire business, resulting in the ability to fully service the new mixed model line process

• Best New Supplier – Righton
Righton is a supplier of raw materials.  Righton won the Fairline business in 2012 and has improved service levels of supply whilst being professional and helpful throughout the transition period

• Buyers Choice Award – Monks and Crane
Monks and Crane is a supplier of consumables and has been a key partner in the set up of the new layout and manufacturing system in Corby.  Monks and Crane also redesigned its supply channels and storage locations to ensure that the availability of consumables was simply not a constraint to our production teams

Julian Dudley-Smith, Operations Director, Fairline Boats commented: “The Fairline supplier conference is a key date in the Fairline calendar.  Bringing together our suppliers to discuss developments in their fields ensures that Fairline can continue to be at the top of the game when it comes to building stylish, performance-driven, British luxury boats. 

The awards at the supplier conference are highly coveted, positioning the winner as the very best of the best.  This year the supplier awards have been presented to those suppliers that have gone above and beyond for Fairline Boats.  With the new manufacturing facility and mixed model production lines our suppliers have adapted and created supply chains to guarantee we have what we need, when we need it.”     

With an emphasis on style, performance and integrity Fairline’s supplier conference gives participants the opportunity to discuss the future of materials and product lines, as well as how best to achieve efficient and innovative supply chains.  Fairline Boats’ high quality suppliers ensure that the full range of Squadrons and Targas continue to be the most beautifully-crafted, powerful and enduring boats on the market.


          Fairline Boats enjoy another successful Istanbul Boat Show   

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The world’s second-largest indoor boat show played host to the regional launch of Fairline’s latest Targa 62 GRAN TURISMO.

The stunning sports yacht was a key attraction at the nine-day event and formed a central feature of Fairline Turkey’s truly impressive stand – the second-largest show stand in the world from the leading luxury motor yacht manufacturer.

Thousands of customers were served up exotic teas and champagne in beautiful surroundings with new and current owners welcomed aboard a lineup of models including the Targa 38 OPEN, Targa 50 GRAN TURISMO, Squadron 42, Squadron 50 and Squadron 65 with four cabin layout.

James Robinson, Sales and Marketing Director at Fairline Boats, commented: “Eurasia Boat Show is fast becoming one of the leading boat shows in the calendar and boasts 35,000 square metres of boats and attractions across seven halls. Our presence at the event, as well as our continued commitment to new product development, further underlines our commitment to invest and grow new and current international markets. We were delighted to share the news of the three new models coming to market during 2014 and customers were keen to hear we will be growing our product portfolio to 14-16 models, with plans firmly underway to reach this and grow our dealer support network alongside it.”

Fairline Turkey also used the event to launch its new used boat brand Boatmart.com.tr. BoatMart leads the way in Turkey for brokerage services and has become the brokerage portal of choice for many of the world’s most prestigious boat brands.


          Fairline returns from successful Miami Yacht and Brokerage Show 2013    

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The striking display of British yachts included the all new Targa 62 GRAN TURISMO, Squadron 65 with four-cabin layout, Targa 50 GRAN TURISMO, Targa 38 OPEN and the Squadron 50, which went down a storm with customers at the event with a number of sales achieved. Despite the rain, Fairline was delighted to welcome hundreds of customers during the four-day event - offering tours of the models, refreshments and insights into what Fairline has coming up in 2013.  

Fairline also hosted a VIP evening reception on the Saturday night of the show where it welcomed customers, show visitors and industry guests to enjoy superb live entertainment and hospitality. 

Oliver Winbolt, Head of Marketing at Fairline Boats, commented: “Following the success of the London, we have enjoyed another triumphant event at the Miami Yacht and Brokerage Show.  We have had an excellent number of sales and enquiries, as well as very positive responses from the customers visiting the new stand.  The US is an important market for us, which we are very committed to, and our dealers are looking forward to what the coming weeks will bring as we follow up further enquiries.”

Fairline is now busy preparing for the launch of the upcoming 48ft models, with the Targa 48 OPEN and Squadron 48 due to make their debuts at this year’s autumn shows.


          Fairline implements manufacturing change programme   

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The significant changes see Fairline move from eight single model lines to three mixed model lines, as well as create dedicated centres of excellence for moulding and furniture production – creating a roadmap for sustained growth of this iconic British brand.

The changes will enable Fairline to achieve greater flexibility in its production processes and will drive higher levels of labour productivity and materials utilisation. The new programme will improve even further the fastidious build quality that Fairline is, justifiably, renowned for.

Alistair Schofield, CEO at Fairline Boats commented: “As a brand, we have reacted dynamically to the challenging economic environment and moved the business forward significantly over the last year. We have invested in our manufacturing facilities to create more flexibility in our production system, including the creation of a dedicated centre for excellence for furniture production, which is based on greater utilisation of CNC production technology.

“We recognise that investment in technology will improve our efficiencies, but throughout the development of this programme we have also remained relentlessly focused on the importance of retaining the high quality standards that Fairline is renowned for and ensuring this change has a positive impact on the already very high build quality of the boats we produce. We are delighted with the results of the programme and the benefits this will offer us, our dealer network and our customers for our 2013 model year.”

The trio of new 48-foot models will all be manufactured utilising the revised manufacturing facilities. The Targa 48 OPEN, the first in the range, will make its world debut in summer 2013.

Fairline Boats manufactures luxury motor yachts from 38-78ft in two distinct ranges, Targa and Squadron.


          Trio of global debuts planned for Fairline boats in 2013   

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2013 is set to be a big year for leading luxury motor yacht manufacturer, Fairline Boats, with the introduction of three new exciting 48ft models. The first model to arrive this summer will be the Targa 48 OPEN which is already forward sold until early 2014. This will be closely followed by the Squadron 48 in autumn 2013 and the Targa 48 GRAN TURISMO later this year. 

All three models will be powered by Volvo Penta IPS matched to a dynamic new hull designed specifically for the new range and making significant use of new technologies and industry-leading production systems. This has ensured the new 48s offer the very highest levels of quality and performance, with significant weight reduction, exceptional engineering and excellent sea-keeping – everything you would expect from a Fairline.

Fairline has developed the new trio with careful attention to global customer feedback. As a result, customers have an array of options to ensure each is perfectly suited to different markets. All models will be available with variable two or three cabin layouts and owners will enjoy plentiful storage throughout, considered layouts and practical yet clever touches.

James Robinson, Sales and Marketing Director at Fairline Boats, commented: “We have implemented a new product development strategy and invested a considerable amount of time listening to what our customers want. We are incredibly excited about the new range and have worked diligently to ensure the new hull matches the characteristics of IPS to retain our renowned reputation for engineering integrity and flawless sea-keeping. We are looking forward to releasing details of all models at upcoming boat shows and events and securing even more forward orders over the coming months.”

Targa 48 OPEN – Launching in summer 2013
The Targa 48 OPEN is a beautifully appointed two cabin, double en-suite model which is geared towards the design trend of spacious sociable areas - both inside and out. The Targa 48 OPEN features an electric canvas roof as standard, as well a garage for optional jet tender and a submersible platform. Accommodation below deck includes a mid master and a forward double, with V berth conversion, as well as a galley with full height fridge/freezer and spacious saloon/dinette with optional sofa bed or third cabin. 

Squadron 48 - Launching in late 2013
The Squadron 48 will feature a spacious flybridge with large seating area and a sunbed conversion. A submersible bathing platform to accommodate a jet tender is also featured. The twin transom gates lead to a well-appointed cockpit,  and an optional BBQ package is offered which includes a sink, griddle, fridge and icemaker. The stainless steel doors lead to a welcoming saloon, with large seating areas to both port and starboard, as well as further seating provided alongside the twin helms. Down below there are three cabins as standard with the flexibility of a dinette option in place of the third cabin.

Targa 48 GRAN TURISMO – Launching in late 2013 
The Targa 48GT will feature a glazed electric hard top roof with a spacious, sociable upper deck, J-shaped cockpit seating with table, and optional sunbed conversion. The saloon offers plentiful seating, in addition to a well-appointed helm station with twin seats. The lower deck has three cabins as standard and there is an optional lower saloon/dinette in lieu of the third cabin layout.

Customers can find out everything they want to know about the new range by visiting Fairline’s stand, A300 at the Tullett Prebon London Boat Show.


          Fairline Targa 62 GRAN TURISMO nominated for prestigious Motor Boat of the Year Award   

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Winners of the awards will be announced on Monday 14th January during the Tullet Prebon London International Boat Show. 

The awards are hosted by Motor Boat & Yachting, Motor Boats Monthly and ybw.com, and are sponsored by Pantaenius.  Each boat nominated in the categories has been rigorously tested by one of the publications and judged on design, ability and value for money for the chosen marketplace. 

Fairline Boats previously won the award for the Sports Cruiser above 45ft category with its Targa 58 GRAN TURISMO in 2011. In 2007 it was awarded the Sports Cruiser under 45ft award for its Targa 38, and has also previously won the flybridge over 50ft award for its Squadron 68. 

Oliver Winbolt, Head of Marketing at Fairline Boats, commented: “As a previous winner of the Motor Boat of the Year Awards we are delighted to once again be nominated for such a prestigious accolade.  We hope to repeat the success of last year and bring home the award for Sports Cruiser over 45ft with the Fairline Targa 62 GRAN TURISMO.”


          Fairline wins Editor’s Choice Award   

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The Fairline yacht won the Best Import Motoryacht award in the 60-70 feet category. With exceptional sea-keeping and a beautiful quality of finish, the luxurious Squadron 60 illustrates just why Fairline continues to lead the way in motor yacht engineering and design. The Squadron 60 was chosen by the award’s panel of judges, made up of the editors from AIM Media titles including Yachts International and Power & MotorYacht magazine.


Oliver Winbolt, Head of Marketing, commented: “We are very pleased to have won the Editor’s Choice Award. We were up against the entire industry, and we were delighted to hear the editors championed the Squadron 60. It is good to be acknowledged for the hard work and passion we put in to our manufacturing, and we look forward to introducing the Squadron 60 in America in 2013 and securing even more forward orders over the coming months.”

The Editor’s Choice Award is a new AIM Marine Group award, recognising the best the boating industry has to offer.


          Successful start to show season    

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Following busy shows at Cannes and Southampton, Fairline is preparing for its next big event, the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show, which takes place from 25 – 29 October, where the Targa 62GT will make its US premiere.

James Robinson, Sales and Marketing Director at Fairline Boats, commented: “We have enjoyed two great shows and are pleased with the volume of sales and enquiries we have received across both events. We had significant interest in our two debut models, as well as the Targa 48 OPEN, which we will be launching next summer. This is the start of a busy boat show season for us, which is looking to be a promising one.”


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          Coastal Walk and Beach Clean   
Date / Time
Start date: 
Wed, 16/08/2017 - 3:00pm - 5:00pm
Summary: 
Become wild about rockpools and learn more about Yorkshire's fascinating marine wildlife. Join us as we take a cliff top walk to Robin Hoods Bay, admiring all of the animals from above. Then help us give Boggle Hole beach a thorough clean on the way back.
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Boggle Hole beach
Booking details
Booking required?: 
Yes
Capacity: 
40
Admission charge: 
No
Admission details: 
FREE event
Audience: 
All
Contact name: 
Ana Cowie
Contact number: 
01262422103
Contact email: 
ana.cowie@ywt.org.uk
Fully booked: 
No
Cancelled: 
No
Other details
Mobility: 
Not suitable for people with limited mobility
Wheelchair: 
Not suitable for wheelchair users
What to bring?: 
Dress for the weather and wear wellington boots or sturdy walking shoes. All equipment provided.
Location
Meeting place: 
Meet outside of the Youth Hostel Boatshed.
Address
Location: 
YHA Boggle Hole, Mill Beck, Fylingthorpe
County: 
North Yorkshire
Postcode: 
YO22 4UQ
Town: 
Whitby

          Coastal Walk and Beach Clean   
Date / Time
Start date: 
Tue, 01/08/2017 - 3:00pm - 5:00pm
Summary: 
Become wild about rockpools and learn more about Yorkshire's fascinating marine wildlife. Join us as we take a cliff top walk to Robin Hoods Bay, admiring all of the animals from above. Then help us give Boggle Hole beach a thorough clean on the way back.
Main image: 
Boggle Hole beach
Booking details
Booking required?: 
Yes
Capacity: 
40
Admission charge: 
No
Admission details: 
FREE event
Audience: 
All
Contact name: 
Ana Cowie
Contact number: 
01262422103
Contact email: 
ana.cowie@ywt.org.uk
Fully booked: 
No
Cancelled: 
No
Other details
Mobility: 
Not suitable for people with limited mobility
Wheelchair: 
Not suitable for wheelchair users
What to bring?: 
Dress for the weather and wear wellington boots or sturdy walking shoes. All equipment provided.
Location
Meeting place: 
Meet outside of the Youth Hostel Boatshed.
Address
Location: 
YHA Boggle Hole, Mill Beck, Fylingthorpe
County: 
North Yorkshire
Postcode: 
YO22 4UQ
Town: 
Whitby

          Coastal Walk and Beach Clean   
Date / Time
Start date: 
Sun, 02/07/2017 - 3:00pm - 5:00pm
Summary: 
Become wild about rockpools and learn more about Yorkshire's fascinating marine wildlife. Join us as we take a cliff top walk to Robin Hoods Bay, admiring all of the animals from above. Then help us give Boggle Hole beach a thorough clean on the way back.
Main image: 
Boggle Hole beach
Booking details
Booking required?: 
Yes
Capacity: 
40
Admission charge: 
No
Admission details: 
FREE event
Audience: 
All
Contact name: 
Ana Cowie
Contact number: 
01262422103
Contact email: 
ana.cowie@ywt.org.uk
Fully booked: 
No
Cancelled: 
No
Other details
Mobility: 
Not suitable for people with limited mobility
Wheelchair: 
Not suitable for wheelchair users
What to bring?: 
Dress for the weather and wear wellington boots or sturdy walking shoes. All equipment provided.
Location
Meeting place: 
Meet outside of the Youth Hostel Boatshed.
Address
Location: 
YHA Boggle Hole, Mill Beck, Fylingthorpe
County: 
North Yorkshire
Postcode: 
YO22 4UQ
Town: 
Whitby

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          4 Ski Areas Are Open In The USA This 4th of July Weekend!   
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The vaulted ceilings and tiled floor in the living room and dining room create a spacious feeling for entertaining. The cherry wood bar has a black granite top is great for serving and plenty f storage for wine, glasses and liquor. Additional first floor interior architectural features include two large bedrooms with hardwood floors, ceiling fan and private bathrooms. Off the living room is an office/den  and two new air conditioners cooling and heating two zones to create energy efficienticy throughout the house. It allows the quest bedrooms to be cooled when needed. Designer tile floors throughout the main living area, foyer, and front porch deck, help make the home low maintenance and perfect for an active family.
 
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The master bathroom has his and her sinks, linen closet, tub, custom shower with custom designer stone tile. Adjacent to the master bathroom is a reading/game room for relaxation.
 
There is a 64 foot concrete dock which includes two lighted power pedestals, two dock boxes, a fish cleaning station with water, stainless steel chocks, fenders and a boat lift for a 22 ft back country (flats) boat.
 
The 2000 sq. ft.(mol) hanger under the house has 10 foot clearance and 42 foot opening which accommodates most private planes. There are two personal doors to the hanger/workshop plus a metal roll-up door to the back yard. There is a workshop to the rear of the hanger and 350 (mol) sq. ft. lockable storage space with a wash sink.
 
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          Row for Freedom - 6 Ladies do La Gomera to Barbados in a rowing boat!   
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          Sales and Marketing by mbbcitrading   
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          Parts and Service Advisor - Little River Boatworld Inc. - Sorrento, BC   
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          New sponsor for Southampton Boat Show   
THE WORLD-class Southampton Boat Show has signed a two-year deal with for a new title sponsor.
          Exit from climate accord wise move   

To the editor: Alert! Alert! Everyone grab your gas masks, lifeboats and air conditioners! President Trump, aided by his “eeeevil” Republican co-conspirators, has pulled out of the Paris Climate Accord. As a result, the air will now be poisoned, the seas will rise, the temperature will sky rocket and, in a very short time, life as we know it will cease to exist.

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          An Alaskan Speaks about Bear Spray   
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(Udap brand).
A spate of incidents in Alaska (and the Northern Rockies) have some people asking, "Does bear spray work?"

Alaska news-blogger Craig Medred has posted on this repeatedly. The main issue seems to be that minority of black bears (not griz) who turn predator, but grizzlies are always of concern as well.
Twenty-seven-year-old Erin Johnson from Anchorage died June 19 after she and a coworker were attacked by a predatory black bear while doing environmental studies in brushy forest about five miles from the state’s largest underground gold mine. . .
Sean Farley, a bear researcher and wildlife physiologist with the Alaska Department of Fish and Game, emphasized that bear spray has proven hugely effective on charging bears, especially charging grizzlies.

But he noted the physical state of those bears. They charge with eyes wide open, nostrils flaring and often huffing air into their lungs. They are fully exposed to the active ingredient in the spray – oleoresin capsicum, an oily extract from the pepper plant.
Unlike tear gas, which appears to work poorly on bears, capsicum causes more than just irritation to the eyes. Inhaled, it inflames airways making it temporarily harder to breathe and from what is known about research on humans, it might do even more than that.

A charging grizzly is likely to get a big dose of capsicum. That is not necessarily the case for a predatory bear. . . . Farley describes predatory bears as approaching with eyes squinting, mouths shut and  nostrils narrowed. They come in like bears approaching beehives ready to suffer a bit to get the food they want. Their physical preparations would serve to minimize the dose of spray hitting the bear.
The post goes on to talk about risk-assessment: "Statistically, you are orders of magnitude more likely to die in a motor vehicle or boating accident in Alaska than to be attacked by a bear, let alone killed by one." But fear of bears is more primal than fear of motorboats.

And there is speculation on the changing nature of predators world-wide. Read it all.

The big about bears approaching beehives reminded me of when my late brother-in-law was raising hogs on his farm in southeastern Missouri. His was a small operation, maybe a dozen or so at a time, partly for the family and partly for sale.

He told me about one particular hog that would bust through an electric fence. The pig knew that it would get shocked, so it started squealing before it hit the fence, but it still wanted to break through more than it did not want to be shocked. There is no reason why some bear might not take the same attitude toward bear spray.

I still carry it at appropriate times, however. It also works well on overly aggressive dogs. And I see that Medred still carries it too.
          Ex Steamboat Teacher Arrested Again   

A Steamboat Springs man, currently awaiting sentencing for felony theft, was arrested yesterday on the suspicion that he stole a dirt bike.  Dustin Dike, who was a teacher at Steamboat Springs High School when he was arrested on the original charges last year, … Continue reading

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          Comment on An argument from “The Standards of Faith of the United Methodist Church” part 2 by Gary   
Then ask yourself the question, "What is the tipping point to split the UMC?" If 10% of UMC members are gay, but only 10% of them want change or else, then you are destroying the UMC for 1% of the LGBTQ Methodist membership. If UMC doesn't accept gay marriage, then we are in the same boat as the Catholics. Not that bad off. Super-liberal, politically motivated, left wing activists ought to go bug the Catholics more, and leave the Methodists alone.
          1 Dies, 3 Rescued After Crabbing Boat Swamps Off Naval Station Everett   
Navy divers were able to save 3 of 4 people who were in a small aluminum boat that swamped just off the pier at Naval Station Everett. Just before 8:00 AM this morning 9-1-1 began receiving calls of a small boat taking on water. Crews from Everett Fire, Marine Two with Everett Police aboard and […]
          Frustration mounts over boatyard redevelopment delays   
FRUSTRATION is mounting over delays to the long-awaited £20m redevelopment of the Castle Mill Boatyard site.
          Frustration mounts over boatyard redevelopment delays   
FRUSTRATION is mounting over delays to the long-awaited £20m redevelopment of the Castle Mill Boatyard site.
          Fisherman charged in wife's lake killing despite no body   
A commercial fisherman's story about his wife disappearing into the depths of Lake Erie on a boating trip isn't adding up, and Pennsylvania authorities believe they know why. They say he's the one who put her there....
          CARDIAC CATH LAB TECHNOLOGIST / CARDIOVASCULAR TECH   
Posted on: 2017-07-01

ARRT registered cath lab tech needed for Boston. MA license can be obtained easily. 6 labs, will be performing all types of cardiac cath procedures and must have 3 years of cath lab experience. 4x10 day shift.Located in Boston, Massachusetts this 999-bed world-renowned medical center offers sophisticated diagnostic and therapeutic care in virtually every specialty and subspecialty of medicine and surgery. Come visit one of America's greatest walking cities! Take in a ball game, visit one of the many historical attractions in the area, take a swan boat tour, or explore one of the many shopping and dining districts in the area. Position: Technologist Specialty/Modality: Cath Lab Licenses/Certifications: CPR/BLS (Basic Life Support), ARRT-R (Radiography), ACLS (Advance Cardiac Life Support), State License-Radiology Technologist-Massachusetts Physical Abilities: From 50-100lbs For the most prompt response, please APPLY ONLINE. Resumes may also be sent to imagingjobseekers@aureusmedical.com or call (800) 456-5857 for more information. As always, there is never a fee for candidates to utilize our services. There is a reason why Aureus Medical Group is a national leader in healthcare staffing. Whether working with an employee to locate exciting career opportunities or with a hospital to fill a need at a critical time, our job is to take care of you and the patients we collectively serve - and we do so with the highest degree of honesty and integrity. We bring over 25 years of experience, proven methods, and an unwavering commitment to patient care to the staffing process. With travel, locum tenens, local contract, and direct hire opportunities available nationwide, you're sure to find the perfect fit for your career goals and your lifestyle. Our Account Managers are dedicated by specialty area and there is never a charge to you for our services. Not all staffing companies are alike. We're proud to be different. Experience the Aureus difference. EEO/Veteran/Disabled/E-Verify Employer
          PTA / PHYSICAL THERAPY ASSISTANT   
Posted on: 2017-07-01

Physical Therapy Assistant (PTA) needed for a 13 week PTA position in the gorgeous area of Lake Tahoe on the Nevada side! This is a bucket list working location! Don't miss the opportunity to enjoy a working vacation! The Physical Therapy Assistant (PTA) must have completed 2,000 hours worked as a PTA in order to apply for this 13 week contract/travel position. The PTA will be working at a Skilled Nursing Facility (SNF) that is located North of gorgeous Lake Tahoe in Nevada. This is a quick drive to enjoy lake living, mountain climbing, hiking, biking, swimming and boating! The adventures await in the highly desirably area of Lake Tahoe! The Physical Therapy Assistant (PTA) must have SNF (Skilled Nursing) experience with at least 2,000 hours worked as a PTA. A Nevada state Physical Therapy Assistant license in hand is required, this position might wait 4 weeks for the license. Travel to and from assistant, housing, meals and incidentals, 401 K, insurance benefits are all included in this 13 week travel PTA position. For more information, contact Elizabeth Krings (402)891-1118, ext 6017. Position: PTA (Physical Therapist Assistant) Specialty/Modality: Physical Therapy Assistant Licenses/Certifications: CPR/BLS (Basic Life Support), State License-Physical Therapy Assistant-Nevada Physical Abilities: From 50-100lbs For the most prompt response, please APPLY ONLINE. Resumes may also be sent to therapyjobseekers@aureusmedical.com or call (800) 456-5857 for more information. As always, there is never a fee for candidates to utilize our services. There is a reason why Aureus Medical Group is a national leader in healthcare staffing. Whether working with an employee to locate exciting career opportunities or with a hospital to fill a need at a critical time, our job is to take care of you and the patients we collectively serve - and we do so with the highest degree of honesty and integrity. We bring over 25 years of experience, proven methods, and an unwavering commitment to patient care to the staffing process. With travel, locum tenens, local contract, and direct hire opportunities available nationwide, you're sure to find the perfect fit for your career goals and your lifestyle. Our Account Managers are dedicated by specialty area and there is never a charge to you for our services. Not all staffing companies are alike. We're proud to be different. Experience the Aureus difference. EEO/Veteran/Disabled/E-Verify Employer
          PT / PHYSICAL THERAPIST   
Posted on: 2017-07-01

Hospital in search of a Physical Therapist (PT) for beautiful Maine. This 25-bed acute care facility offers excellent patient care for the rural area it is located in. Known for its picturesque harbors, you can go boating, canoeing, or kayaking on freshwater lakes in the area.This stunning location offers canoeing, or kayaking on freshwater lakes and rivers. Tons of wildlife, and trails to explore. Known as the blueberry capitol of the world, you won't be disappointed this time of year. Looking for the Physical Therapist to start as soon as possible so must be licensed in Maine or have the license in process. Please call to discuss your experience and interest today. 402-891-1118 ext. 6468 Position: Therapist Specialty/Modality: Physical Therapy Licenses/Certifications: CPR/BLS (Basic Life Support), State License-Physical Therapist-Maine Physical Abilities: From 50-100lbs For the most prompt response, please APPLY ONLINE. Resumes may also be sent to therapyjobseekers@aureusmedical.com or call (800) 456-5857 for more information. As always, there is never a fee for candidates to utilize our services. There is a reason why Aureus Medical Group is a national leader in healthcare staffing. Whether working with an employee to locate exciting career opportunities or with a hospital to fill a need at a critical time, our job is to take care of you and the patients we collectively serve - and we do so with the highest degree of honesty and integrity. We bring over 25 years of experience, proven methods, and an unwavering commitment to patient care to the staffing process. With travel, locum tenens, local contract, and direct hire opportunities available nationwide, you're sure to find the perfect fit for your career goals and your lifestyle. Our Account Managers are dedicated by specialty area and there is never a charge to you for our services. Not all staffing companies are alike. We're proud to be different. Experience the Aureus difference. EEO/Veteran/Disabled/E-Verify Employer
          Mick Fanning Attacked by Shark at J-Bay Open   

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The final heat of the 2015 J-Bay Open between Mick Fanning and Julian Wilson was put on hold indefinitely just moments after it began when Fanning was attacked by what is suspected to be a great white in the lineup. Fanning and Wilson were able to make it to the support boats unharmed, but the event was called off and the prize points and money were split between the two competitors.

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          Dredging Part of Ocean City Boat Ramp Project   
Maryland Governor Larry Hogan joined Maryland Department of Natural Resources Secretary Mark Belton and Ocean City Mayor Rick Meehan two days ago to officially open the public 64th Street Boat Ramp. “The boating industry is incredibly important to our state; it supports thousands of jobs and contributes $2 billion to our state economy,” said Governor Hogan. […]
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*Ultra thickness(0.21mm)
*Super detailed side border and structure side line.
*Small chain included

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1/350 Italian Heavy Cruiser Pola 1941 Wooden Deck for HobbyBoss kit #86502Pre-washed on wooden deck
*Anti moisture oil stein coating on wooden deck
*Advanced all new adhesive
*The adhesive of separate way is not a necessity
*Ultra thickness(0.21mm)
*Super detailed side border and structure side line.
*Small chain included

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          1/700 USS Washington BB-56 Wooden Deck for Trumpeter kit #05735   
1/700 USS Washington BB-56 Wooden Deck for Trumpeter kit #05735Pre-washed on wooden deck
*Anti moisture oil stein coating on wooden deck
*The adhesives of separate way is not a necessity
*Blue deck painted

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          1/700 HMS Repulse 1941 Wooden Deck for Trumpeter kit #05763   
1/700 HMS Repulse 1941 Wooden Deck for Trumpeter kit #05763Pre-washed on wooden deck
*Anti moisture oil stein coating on wooden deck
*Advanced all new adhesive
*The adhesive of separate way is not a necessity
*Ultra thickness(0.21mm)
*Super detailed side border and structure side line.
*Small chain included

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          1/700 DKM Admiral Graf Spee 1937 Wooden Deck for Trumpeter kit #05773   
1/700 DKM Admiral Graf Spee 1937 Wooden Deck for Trumpeter kit #05773Pre-washed on wooden deck
*Anti moisture oil stein coating on wooden deck
*Advanced all new adhesive
*The adhesive of separate way is not a necessity
*Ultra thickness(0.21mm)
*Super detailed side border and structure side line

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          1/700 DKM Bismarck 26-27 May 1941 Wooden Deck for Dragon kit #7125   
1/700 DKM Bismarck 26-27 May 1941 Wooden Deck for Dragon kit #7125Pre-washed on wooden deck
*Anti moisture oil stein coating on wooden deck
*Advanced all new adhesive
*The adhesive of separate way is not a necessity
*Ultra thickness(0.21mm)
*Super detailed side border and structure side line.
*Small chain included

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          1/700 USS Battleship BB-61 IOWA 1984 Wooden Deck for Trumpeter #05701   
1/700 USS Battleship BB-61 IOWA 1984 Wooden Deck for Trumpeter #05701Pre-washed on wooden deck
*Anti moisture oil stein coating on wooden deck
*Advanced all new adhesive
*The adhesive of separate way is not a necessity
*Ultra thickness(0.21mm)
*Super detailed side border and structure side line.
*Small chain included (60cm)

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          1/700 DKM Scharnhorst Wooden Deck for Tamiya kit #77518   
1/700 DKM Scharnhorst Wooden Deck for Tamiya kit #77518Pre-washed on wooden deck
*Anti moisture oil stein coating on wooden deck
*Advanced all new adhesive
*The adhesive of separate way is not a necessity
*Ultra thickness(0.21mm)
*Super detailed side border and structure side line.
*Small chain included (60cm)

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          1/700 DKM Gneisenau Wooden Deck for Tamiya kit #77520   
1/700 DKM Gneisenau Wooden Deck for Tamiya kit #77520Pre-washed on wooden deck
*Anti moisture oil stein coating on wooden deck
*Advanced all new adhesive
*The adhesive of separate way is not a necessity
*Ultra thickness(0.21mm)
*Super detailed side border and structure side line.
*Small chain included

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          1/700 HMS King George V Wooden Deck for Tamiya kit #77525   
1/700 HMS King George V Wooden Deck for Tamiya kit #77525Pre-washed on wooden deck
*Anti moisture oil stein coating on wooden deck
*Advanced all new adhesive
*The adhesive of separate way is not a necessity
*Ultra thickness(0.21mm)
*Super detailed side border and structure side line.
*Small chain included

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          1/232 Protected Cruiser USS Olympia Wooden Deck for Encore Models #850001   
1/232 Protected Cruiser USS Olympia Wooden Deck for Encore Models #850001Pre-washed on wooden deck
*Anti moisture oil stein coating on wooden deck
*Advanced all new adhesive
*The adhesive of separate way is not a necessity
*Ultra thickness(0.21mm)
*Super detailed side border and structure side line.
*Small chain included

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          1/400 Regia Nave Pola Heavy Cruiser Ship Wooden Deck for Tauro Model Art #202n   
1/400 Regia Nave Pola Heavy Cruiser Ship Wooden Deck for Tauro Model Art #202nPre-washed on wooden deck
*Anti moisture oil stein coating on wooden deck
*Advanced all new adhesive
*The adhesive of separate way is not a necessity
*Ultra thickness(0.21mm)
*Super detailed side border and structure side line.
*Small chain included

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          1/450 HMS Vanguard Wooden Deck for Hasegawa kit #40115   
1/450 HMS Vanguard Wooden Deck for Hasegawa kit #40115Pre-washed on wooden deck
*Anti moisture oil stein coating on wooden deck
*Advanced all new adhesive
*The adhesive of separate way is not a necessity
*Ultra thickness(0.21mm)
*Super detailed side border and structure side line.
*Small chain included

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          1/350 USS San Francisco CA-38 1942 Wooden Deck (Blue) for Trumpeter kit #05309   
1/350 USS San Francisco CA-38 1942 Wooden Deck (Blue) for Trumpeter kit #05309*Pre-washed on wooden deck
*Anti moisture oil stein coating on wooden deck
*Advanced all new adhesive
*The adhesive of separate way is not a necessity
*Ultra thickness(0.21mm)
*Super detailed side border and structure side line.

Note: This wood deck set is the same as AW10067 except for the colour. You may refer to AW10067 for more detailed photos.

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          1/400 French Navy Battleship Dunkerque Wooden Deck with photoetch for Heller kit #81073   
1/400 French Navy Battleship Dunkerque Wooden Deck with photoetch for Heller kit #81073*Pre-washed on wooden deck
*Anti moisture oil stein coating on wooden deck
*Advanced all new adhesive
*The adhesive of separate way is not a necessity
*Ultra thickness(0.21mm)
*Super detailed side border and structure side line.
*Small chain included
*PE included

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          1/350 DKM Bismarck Wooden Deck for Revell kit #05040   
1/350 DKM Bismarck Wooden Deck for Revell kit #05040Features:
*Pre-washed on wooden deck
*Anti moisture oil stein coating on wooden deck
*Advanced all new adhesive
*The adhesive of separate way is not a necessity
*Ultra thickness (0.21mm)
*Super detailed side border and structure side line.
*Small chain included

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          1/700 HMS Warspite 1915 Wooden Deck for Trumpeter kit #05780   
1/700 HMS Warspite 1915 Wooden Deck for Trumpeter kit #05780Features:
*Pre-washed on wooden deck
*Anti moisture oil stein coating on wooden deck
*Advanced all new adhesive
*The adhesive of separate way is not a necessity
*Ultra thickness (0.21mm)
*Super detailed side border and structure side line.
*Small chain included

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          1/600 German Bismarck Wooden Deck for Airfix kit #A04204   
1/600 German Bismarck Wooden Deck for Airfix kit #A04204Features:
*Pre-washed on wooden deck
*Anti moisture oil stein coating on wooden deck
*Advanced all new adhesive
*The adhesive of separate way is not a necessity
*Ultra thickness (0.21mm)
*Super detailed side border and structure side line.
*Small chain included

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          1/600 HMS Hood Wooden Deck for Airfix kit #A04202   
1/600 HMS Hood Wooden Deck for Airfix kit #A04202Features:
*Pre-washed on wooden deck
*Anti moisture oil stein coating on wooden deck
*Advanced all new adhesive
*The adhesive of separate way is not a necessity
*Ultra thickness (0.21mm)
*Super detailed side border and structure side line.
*Small chain included

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          1/600 HMS Belfast Wooden Deck for Airfix kit #A04212   
1/600 HMS Belfast Wooden Deck for Airfix kit #A04212Features:
*Pre-washed on wooden deck
*Anti moisture oil stein coating on wooden deck
*Advanced all new adhesive
*The adhesive of separate way is not a necessity
*Ultra thickness (0.21mm)
*Super detailed side border and structure side line.
*Small chain included

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          1/400 Ocean Liner Queen Mary 2 Wooden Deck for Revell kit #05223   
1/400 Ocean Liner Queen Mary 2 Wooden Deck for Revell kit #05223Features:
*Pre-washed on wooden deck
*Anti moisture oil stein coating on wooden deck
*Advanced all new adhesive
*The adhesive of separate way is not a necessity
*Ultra thickness (0.21mm)
*Super detailed side border and structure side line.
*Small chain included

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          1/144 German Submarine Type VIIC/41 Wooden Deck for Revell kit #05100   
1/144 German Submarine Type VIIC/41 Wooden Deck for Revell kit #05100Features:
*All new designed
*Pre-washed on wooden deck
*Anti moisture oil stein coating on wooden deck
*Advanced all new adhesive
*The adhesive of separate way is not a necessity
*Ultra thickness (0.21mm)
*Super detailed side border and structure side line.
*Small chain included

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          1/72 German Fast Attack Craft S-100 Wooden Deck for Revell kit #5002   
1/72 German Fast Attack Craft S-100 Wooden Deck for Revell kit #5002Features:
*All new designed
*Pre-washed on wooden deck
*Anti moisture oil stein coating on wooden deck
*Advanced all new adhesive
*The adhesive of separate way is not a necessity
*Ultra thickness (0.21mm)
*Super detailed side border and structure side line.
*Small chain included

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          1/350 HMS Dreadnought 1915 Wooden Deck for Trumpeter 05329 kit   
1/350 HMS Dreadnought 1915 Wooden Deck for Trumpeter 05329 kitFeatures:
- Pre-washed on wooden deck
- Anti moisture oil stein coating on wooden deck
- Advanced all new adhesive
- The adhesive of separate way is not a necessity
- Ultra thickness (0.21mm)
- Super detailed side border and structure side line.
- Small chain included

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          1/350 HMS Eskimo Destroyer Wooden Deck for Trumpeter 05331 kit   
1/350 HMS Eskimo Destroyer Wooden Deck for Trumpeter 05331 kit*All new tooling-Accurate deck planking
*Pre-washed on wooden deck
*Anti moisture oil stein coating on wooden deck
*Advanced all new adhesive
*The adhesive of separate way is not a necessity
*Ultra thickness(0.21mm)
*Super detailed side border and structure side line.
*Small chain included

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          1/350 USS Massachusetts BB-59 Wooden Deck for Trumpeter 05306 kit   
1/350 USS Massachusetts BB-59 Wooden Deck for Trumpeter 05306 kit*Pre-washed on wooden deck
*Anti moisture oil stein coating on wooden deck
*Advanced all new adhesive
*The adhesive of separate way is not a necessity
*Ultra thickness(0.21mm)
*Super detailed side border and structure side line.
*Small chain included

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          Planking Spread Sticker Wood Sheet (width 1.2mm) for Wood Sailing Ship (40x15cm Sheet)   
Planking Spread Sticker Wood Sheet (width 1.2mm) for Wood Sailing Ship (40x15cm Sheet)*The adhesive of separate way is not a necessity
*Ultra thickness(0.21mm)
*Not oil stein coated.

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          1/600 HMS Suffolk Wooden Deck for Airfix A03203 kit   
1/600 HMS Suffolk Wooden Deck for Airfix A03203 kit*Pre-washed on wooden deck
*Anti moisture oil stein coating on wooden deck
*Advanced all new adhesive
*The adhesive of separate way is not a necessity
*Ultra thickness(0.21mm)
*Super detailed side border and structure side line.
*Small chain included

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          1/350 HMS Hood Wooden Deck for Trumpeter #05302   
1/350 HMS Hood Wooden Deck for Trumpeter #05302*All new tooling-Accurate deck planking
*Pre-washed on wooden deck
*Anti moisture oil stein coating on wooden deck
*Advanced all new adhesive
*The adhesive of separate way is not a necessity
*Ultra thickness(0.21mm)
*Super detailed side border and structure side line.
*Small chain included

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          1/700 RMS Olympic 1911 Wooden Deck for Revell kit #05212   
1/700 RMS Olympic 1911 Wooden Deck for Revell kit #05212*Pre-washed on wooden deck
*Anti moisture oil stein coating on wooden deck
*Advanced all new adhesive
*The adhesive of separate way is not a necessity
*Ultra thickness(0.21mm)
*Super detailed side border and structure side line.
*Small chain included

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          1/700 British Battle Cruiser Repulse Wooden Deck set for Tamiya #31617 kit   
1/700 British Battle Cruiser Repulse Wooden Deck set for Tamiya #31617 kit- All new tooling
-Accurate deck planking
- Pre-washed on wooden deck
- Anti moisture oil stein coating on wooden deck
- Advanced all new adhesive
- The adhesive of separate way is not a necessity
- Ultra thickness(0.21mm)

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           1/350 SMS Dresden&SMS Emden Wooden Deck set for Revell #05500 kit (2 in 1)    
1/350 SMS Dresden&SMS Emden Wooden Deck set for Revell #05500 kit (2 in 1)- 2 in 1 kit (SMS Dresden&SMS Emden)
- All new tooling-Accurate deck planking
- Pre-washed on wooden deck
- Anti moisture oil stein coating on wooden deck
- Advanced all new adhesive
- The adhesive of separate way is not a necessi

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           1/700 USS Iowa BB-61 Wooden Deck w/Masking Sheet & Photoetch for Tamiya #31616 kit    
1/700 USS Iowa BB-61 Wooden Deck w/Masking Sheet & Photoetch for Tamiya #31616 kit*Masking sheet for wooden deck colour parts. It is made by 3M masking tape.

*Pre-cutting masking sheet.

*Tear off and attach.

*Deck planking masking PE included.

*Pre-washed on wooden deck.

*Anti moisture oil stein coating on wooden deck.

*Advanced all new adhesive.

*The adhesive of separate way is not a necessity.

*Ultra thickness(0.21mm).

*Super detailed side border and structure side line.

*Small chain included.

NOTE: The ship in the photos is just for display but not included in this set.

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           1/700 IJN Yamato Wooden Deck w/Masking Sheet & Photoetch for Tamiya #31113 kit    
1/700 IJN Yamato Wooden Deck w/Masking Sheet & Photoetch for Tamiya #31113 kit*Masking sheet for wooden deck colour parts. It is made by 3M masking tape.

*Pre-cutting masking sheet.

*Tear off and attach.

*Deck planking masking PE included.

*Pre-washed on wooden deck.

*Anti moisture oil stein coating on wooden deck.

*Advanced all new adhesive.

*The adhesive of separate way is not a necessity.

*Ultra thickness(0.21mm).

*Super detailed side border and structure side line.

*Small chain included.

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          1/700 HMS Warspite 1942 Wooden Deck set for Trumpeter 05795 kit   
1/700 HMS Warspite 1942 Wooden Deck set for Trumpeter 05795 kit- All new tooling-Accurate deck planking
- Pre-washed on wooden deck
- Anti moisture oil stein coating on wooden deck
- Advanced all new adhesive
- The adhesive of separate way is not a necessity
- Ultra thickness(0.21mm)
- S

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          1/350 Russian Navy Tsesarevich Battleship 1917 Wooden Deck set for Trumpeter 05337 kit   
1/350 Russian Navy Tsesarevich Battleship 1917 Wooden Deck set for Trumpeter 05337 kit- All new tooling-Accurate deck planking
- Pre-washed on wooden deck
- Anti moisture oil stein coating on wooden deck
- Advanced all new adhesive
- The adhesive of separate way is not a necessity
- Ultra thickness(0.21mm)
- S

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          1/350 USS Saratoga CV-3 Wooden Deck set for Trumpeter 05607 kit   
1/350 USS Saratoga CV-3 Wooden Deck set for Trumpeter 05607 kit*Masking sheet included.
*All new tooling-Accurate deck planking
*Pre-washed on wooden deck
*Anti moisture oil stein coating on wooden deck
*Advanced all new adhesive
*The adhesive of separate way is not a necessity
*Ultra thickness(0.21mm)
*Super detailed side border and structure side line.
*Small chain included

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          1/570 Battlecruiser Scharnhorst Wooden Deck Set with Photoetch for Revell #5037 kit   
1/570 Battlecruiser Scharnhorst Wooden Deck Set with Photoetch for Revell #5037 kit*Including PE parts

*All new tooling-Accurate deck planking

*Pre-washed on wooden deck

*Anti moisture oil stein coating on wooden deck

*Advanced all new adhesive

*The adhesive of separate way is not a necessity

*Ultra thickness(0.21mm)

*Super detailed side border and structure side line.

*Small chain included

NOTE: The ship in the photos is just for display but not included in this set.

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          1/350 HMS Zulu Destroyer 1941 Wooden Deck Set for Trumpeter #05332 kit   
1/350 HMS Zulu Destroyer 1941 Wooden Deck Set for Trumpeter #05332 kit*All new tooling-Accurate deck planking

*Pre-washed on wooden deck

*Anti moisture oil stein coating on wooden deck

*Advanced all new adhesive

*The adhesive of separate way is not a necessity

*Ultra thickness(0.21mm)

*Super detailed side border and structure side line.

*Small chain included

NOTE: The ship in the photos is just for display but not included in this set.

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          1/200 HMS Nelson 1944 Wooden Deck Set for Trumpeter kit #03708   
1/200 HMS Nelson 1944 Wooden Deck Set for Trumpeter kit #03708Note: This set does NOT include any ship kit.

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          1/700 US Aircraft Carrier WASP Wooden Deck Set with Photoetch for Aoshima kit #010303   
1/700 US Aircraft Carrier WASP Wooden Deck Set with Photoetch for Aoshima kit #010303*Pre-washed on wooden deck

*Anti moisture oil stein coating on wooden deck

*Advanced all new adhesive

*The adhesive of separate way is not a necessity

*Ultra thickness(0.21mm)

*Super detailed side border and structure side line

*Small chain included

*PE parts are included

NOTE: The ship in the photos is just for display but not included in this set.

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          1/700 Japanese Battleship Musashi Next 002 Deck Masking Sheet for Fujimi kit #460024   
1/700 Japanese Battleship Musashi Next 002 Deck Masking Sheet for Fujimi kit #460024*Masking sheet for wooden deck colour parts. It is made by 3M masking tape.

*Pre-cutting masking sheet.

*Tearing off.

Step1.
-spraying base colour of wooden deck.

Step2.
-tearing off and attach small sheet first.

Step3.
-tearing off and attach big sheet.

Step 4.
-spraying ship base colour.

Step5.
-tearing off all of masking sheet.

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           1/350 German Battleship Scharnhorst 1941 Wooden Deck w/Masking Sheet & PE for Dragon 1036    
1/350 German Battleship Scharnhorst 1941 Wooden Deck w/Masking Sheet & PE for Dragon 1036*Masking sheet for wooden deck colour parts. It is made by 3M masking tape.

*Pre-cutting masking sheet.

*Tear off and attach.

*Deck planking masking PE included.

*Pre-washed on wooden deck.

*Anti moisture oil stein coating on wooden deck.

*Advanced all new adhesive.

*The adhesive of separate way is not a necessity.

*Ultra thickness(0.21mm).

*Super detailed side border and structure side line.

*Small chain included.

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          1/700 HMS Aurora 1945 Deck Masking Sheet for Flyhawk kit #1127   
1/700 HMS Aurora 1945 Deck Masking Sheet for Flyhawk kit #1127*Masking sheet for wooden deck colour parts. It is made by 3M masking tape.

*Pre-cutting masking sheet.

*Tearing off.

Step1.
-spraying base colour of wooden deck.

Step2.
-tearing off and attach small sheet first.

Step3.
-tearing off and attach big sheet.

Step 4.
-spraying ship base colour.

Step5.
-tearing off all of masking sheet.

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          1/350 German Battleship Scharnhorst 1941 Wooden Deck Set for Dragon kit #1036   
1/350 German Battleship Scharnhorst 1941 Wooden Deck Set for Dragon kit #1036*Pre-washed on wooden deck

*Anti moisture oil stein coating on wooden deck

*Advanced all new adhesive

*The adhesive of separate way is not a necessity

*Ultra thickness(0.21mm)

*Super detailed side border and structure side line

*Small chain included

NOTE: The ship in the photos is just for display but not included in this set.

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           1/200 Japanese Battleship Mikasa 1905 Wooden Deck w/Masking Sheet & PE for Merit #62004    
1/200 Japanese Battleship Mikasa 1905 Wooden Deck w/Masking Sheet & PE for Merit #62004*Masking sheet for wooden deck colour parts. It is made by 3M masking tape.

*Pre-cutting masking sheet.

*Tear off and attach.

*Deck planking masking PE included.

*Pre-washed on wooden deck.

*Anti moisture oil stein coating on wooden deck.

*Advanced all new adhesive.

*The adhesive of separate way is not a necessity.

*Ultra thickness(0.21mm).

*Super detailed side border and structure side line.

*Small chain included.

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          1/700 SMS Derfflinger 1916 Wooden Deck Set with Photo-Etched for Flyhawk kit #1300   
1/700 SMS Derfflinger 1916 Wooden Deck Set with Photo-Etched for Flyhawk kit #1300Features:
- Pre-washed on wooden deck
- Anti moisture oil stein coating on wooden deck
- Advanced all new adhesive
- The adhesive of separate way is not a necessity
- Ultra thickness(0.12mm)
- Super detailed side border and structure side line
- Small chain included
- Photo-etched sheet included

NOTE: The ship in the photos is just for display but not included in this set.

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          1/700 Royal Navy Battleship HMS Rodney Wooden Deck Set for Meng Models PS-001   
1/700 Royal Navy Battleship HMS Rodney Wooden Deck Set for Meng Models PS-001Features:
- Pre-washed on wooden deck
- Anti moisture oil stein coating on wooden deck
- Advanced all new adhesive
- The adhesive of separate way is not a necessity
- Ultra thickness(0.12mm)
- Super detailed side border and structure side line
- Small chain included

NOTE: The ship in the photos is just for display but not included in this set.

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          1/700 US Navy Aircraft Carrier USS Lexington CV-2 Wooden Deck w/PE for Meng Models PS-002   
1/700 US Navy Aircraft Carrier USS Lexington CV-2 Wooden Deck w/PE for Meng Models PS-002Features:
- Pre-washed on wooden deck
- Anti moisture oil stein coating on wooden deck
- Advanced all new adhesive
- The adhesive of separate way is not a necessity
- Ultra thickness(0.12mm)
- Super detailed side border and structure side line
- Small chain included
- Photo-etched sheet included

NOTE: The ship in the photos is just for display but not included in this set.

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          1/700 Imperial Japanese Naval Aircraft Carrier Kaga Wooden Deck Set w/PE for Fujimi 430300   
1/700 Imperial Japanese Naval Aircraft Carrier Kaga Wooden Deck Set w/PE for Fujimi 430300Features:
- Pre-washed on wooden deck
- Anti moisture oil stein coating on wooden deck
- Advanced all new adhesive
- The adhesive of separate way is not a necessity
- Ultra thickness(0.12mm)
- Super detailed side border and structure side line
- Small chain included
- Photo-etched sheet included

NOTE: The ship in the photos is just for display but not included in this set.

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          1/400 DKM Ships Utility Rail   
1/400 DKM Ships Utility Rail

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          1/600 DKM Ships Utility Rail   
1/600 DKM Ships Utility Rail

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          1/400 HMS Ships Utility Rail   
1/400 HMS Ships Utility Rail

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          1/600 HMS Ships Utility Rail   
1/600 HMS Ships Utility Rail

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          1/400 IJN Ships Utility Rail   
1/400 IJN Ships Utility Rail

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          1/600 IJN Ships Utility Rail   
1/600 IJN Ships Utility Rail

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          1/400 USS Ships Utility Rail   
1/400 USS Ships Utility Rail

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          1/600 USS Ships Utility Rail   
1/600 USS Ships Utility Rail

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          Russians were holocausted by Bolshevik Jews   
Russians were holocausted by Bolshevik Jews
I am part Russian and will continue to expose the Jews behind the New World Order.  The same tactics and death camps are here in america just waiting to be used.  we know from the apocalypse they will "behead" Christians that is why there were 30,000 guillotines sent to these FEMA camps.  You may ask why beheading?  This is where the "organ harvesting" business comes into play.  It is not conspiracy folks get your head out of the sand.  The Jews are now saying their Messianic Era will start in about 5 years or so hence why I warn you that Antichrist Maitreya is about to arrive onto the scene.
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WARNING: Sensitive Material
Below is a excerpt from the book, ‘under the sign of the scorpion’ which describes some of the methods of torture and mass murder the Jewish Communists (Bolsheviks) sadistically inflicted onto the Russian Christian people. I warn you, you will be horrified. This is the real holocaust that happened in the 20th century, the Russian Holocaust, carried out by blood-thirsty and demonic bolshevik jews. I highlighted the parts I found to be most gut-wrenching in red.
Here it must be pointed out that the Cheka was under the control of Jews, according to documents now available. Much of this was known already in 1925. The researcher Larseh wrote in his book “The Blood-Lust of Bolshevism” (Wurttemberg, p. 45) that 50 per cent of the Cheka consisted of Jews with Jewish names, 25 per cent were Jews who had taken Russian names. All the chiefs were Jews. Lenin was well informed about all those serious crimes. All of the documents were placed on his desk. Lenin answered: “Put more force into the terror… shoot every tenth person, place all the suspects in concentration camps!”
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Lenin incarcerated people without any sentence, despite the establishment of revolutionary tribunals, as was the case in France under the Jacobins. Lenin actually claimed that the concentration camps were schools of labour. (Mikhail Heller and Alexander Nekrich, doctors of history, “Utopia in Power”, London, 1986, p. 67.) Lenin also claimed that the factory was the workers’ only school. They did not need any other education. He emphasised that anyone who could only do simple arithmetic could run a factory. Just like the terror of the Jacobins in France, the Jewish Bolshevik functionaries used barges to drown people in. Bela Kun (actually Aaron Kohn) and Roza Zemlyachka (actually Rozalia Zalkind) drowned Russian 110 officers in this way in the Crimea in the autumn of 1920. (Igor Bunich, “The Party’s Gold”, St. Petersburg, 1992, p. 73.)
The unusually cruel Jewish Chekist Mikhail Kedrov (actually Zederbaum) drowned 1092 Russian officers in the White Sea in the spring of 1920. Lenin and his accomplices did not arrest just anyone. They executed those most active in society, the independent thinkers. Lenin gave orders to kill as many students as possible in several towns. The Chekists arrested every youth wearing a school cap. They were liquidated because Lenin believed the coming Russian intellectuals would be a threat to the Soviet regime. (Vladimir Soloukhin, “In the Light of Day”, Moscow 1992, p. 40.) The role of the Russian intellectuals in society was taken over by the Jews. Many students (for example in Yaroslavl) learned quickly and hid their school caps. Afterwards, the Chekists stopped all suspect youths and searched their hair for the stripe of the school cap. If the stripe was found, the youth was killed on the spot.
The author Vladimir Soloukhin revealed that the Chekists were especially interested in handsome boys and pretty girls. These were the first to be killed. It was believed that there would be more intellectuals among attractive people. Attractive youths were therefore killed as a danger to society. No crime as terrible as this has hitherto been described in the history of the world. The terror was co-ordinated by the Chekist functionary Joseph Unschlicht. How did they go about the murders? The Jewish Chekists flavoured murder with various torture methods. In his documentary “The Russia We Lost”, the director Stanislav Govorukhin told how the priesthood in Kherson were crucified. The archbishop Andronnikov in Perm was tortured: his eyes were poked out, his ears and nose were cut off.

In Kharkov the priest Dmitri was undressed. When he tried to make the sign of the cross, a Chekist cut off his right hand. Several sources tell how the Chekists in Kharkov placed the victims in a row and nailed their hands to a table, cut around their wrists with a knife, poured boiling water over the hands and pulled the skin off. This was called “pulling off the glove”. In other places, the victim’s head was placed on an anvil and slowly crushed with a steam hammer. Those due to undergo the same punishment the next day were forced to watch.
The eyes of church dignitaries were poked out, their tongues were cut off and they were buried alive. There were Chekists who used to cut open 111 the stomachs of their victims, following which they pulled out a length of the small intestine and nailed it to a telegraph pole and, with a whip, forced the unlucky victim to run circles around the pole until the whole intestine had been unravelled and the victim died. The bishop of Voronezh was boiled alive in a big pot, after which the monks, with revolvers aimed at their heads, were forced to drink this soup.
Other Chekists crushed the heads of their victims with special headscrews, or drilled them through with dental tools. The upper part of the skull was sawn off and the nearest in line was forced to eat the brain, following which the procedure would be repeated to the end of the line. The Chekists often arrested whole families and tortured the children before the eyes of their parents, and the wives before their husbands. Mikhail Voslensky, a former Soviet functionary, described some of the cruel methods used by the Chekists in his book “Nomenklatura” / “Nomenclature” (Stockholm, 1982, p. 321):Related image
“In Kharkov, people were scalped. In Voronezh, the torture victims were placed in barrels into which nails were hammered so that they stuck out on the inside, upon which the barrels were set rolling. A pentacle (usually a five-pointed star formerly used in magic) was burned into the foreheads of the victims. In Tsaritsyn and Kamyshin, the hands of victims were amputated with a saw. In Poltava and Kremenchug, the victims were impaled. In Odessa, they were roasted alive in ovens or ripped to pieces. In Kiev, the victims were placed in coffins with a decomposing body and buried alive, only to be dug up again after half an hour.” Lenin was dissatisfied with these reports and demanded: “Put more force into the terror!”
All of this happened in the provinces. The reader can try to imagine how people were executed in Moscow. The Russian-Jewish newspaper Yevreyskaya Tribuna stated on the 24th of August 1922 that Lenin had asked the rabbis if they were satisfied with the particularly cruel executions. The Ideological Background of the Terror Compare the crimes mentioned in the previous chapter with the Old Testament account of King David’s massacre of the entire civilian population of an enemy (“thus did he unto all the cities of the children of 112 Ammon”). He “cut them with saws and with harrows of iron” and “made them pass through the brickkiln”. After the Second World War, this text was changed in most European Bibles. Now, many Bibles state that the people were put to work with the tools mentioned and were occupied with brick-making – something the inhabitants had been doing continually for several thousand years already. (This is found in II Samuel, 12:31, and in I Chronicles 20:3.)
The Jewish extremists’ serious crimes in Russia were committed in the true spirit of the Old Testament (King James’ Bible): * The god of the Israelites demands the mass-murder of Gentiles (i.e. goyim = non-Jews), including women and children. (Deuteronomy, 20:16.) * Yahweh wishes to spread terror among the Gentiles (Deuteronomy, 2:25). * Yahweh demands the destruction of other religions (Deuteronomy, 7:5). * The Jews may divide the prey of a great spoil (Isaiah, 33:23). * The Jews may make Gentiles their slaves (Isaiah, 14:2). * Those refusing to serve the Jews shall perish and be utterly wasted (Isaiah, 60:12). * Gentiles shall be forced to eat

their own flesh (Isaiah, 49:26).


Returning to the Bolshevik terror: in order to control the people’s hatred of their Jewish torturers and executioners, people suspected of having an anti-Semitic attitude were also executed. Those in possession of the book “Protocols of the Elders of Zion” were executed on the spot. At the end of March 1919, Lenin was forced to explain: “The Jews are not the enemies of the working classes… they are our friends in the struggle for Socialism.” But the people hated precisely this Socialism and those who practised terror in its name. Vladimir Ulyanov’s passion was to kill as many people as possible without thinking of the consequences. Of course, he never wondered whether it was really possible to build a state on violence and evil.
Lenin showed the same kind of thoughtlessness by the Yenisei, where he had loaded his boat with so many dead rabbits with crushed heads that it sank under the weight. In August 1991 the state-ship Lenin had launched, sank. What else was to be expected? In the beginning of the 1920s there were already 70 000 prisoners in 300 concentration camps, according to “The Russian Revolution” by 113 Richard Pipes at Harvard University, though in reality there were probably many more. It was in this manner that Lenin built his GULAG archipelago.
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see also – 

do americans face a red terror

the genocide you never hear of

judaism is communism

THE VICIOUS JEWISH PARTISANS OF WW2 

HELLSTORM: THE RAPE AND MASS MURDER OF GERMAN WOMEN AFTER WWII

 CENTRAL BANK SCAM EXPLAINS WORLD MALAISE 

time to start defending christianity

Great Anti-Bolshevist Exhibition (1937)

Secret Behind Communism –  The Ethnic Origins of the bolshevik revolution

jewish murderers of the russian revolution
 

The Jewish Butchers Behind Communism 

Jewish Quotes from the New World Order

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          Ahmedabad: 2 Youths drown in sea, died   

Rajkot: On Thursday two youth from Ahmedabad sink in the sea at Nagva beach in union territory Diu. The departed were recognized as 20-yr-old Zubaid Arab and Farhan Shaikh inhabitants of Ahmedabad.

Indian-American detained for shooting ex-wife and killing her husband

Police Officials have further conveyed that, the departed and their two friends-Imran Shaikh and Altalas Taj— had went down to take bath in sea.

Though due to tide in the sea and uneven weather-Arab and Shaikh got drowned into deep waters.

Nearby saved Farhan from the uneven waters, but later he died in the hospital during treatment. Body of Arab was recovered afterward in the day.

Agra: Minor shoots self dead after being scolded

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          Comment on Observing World Oceans Day as a Landlubber! #dawnhelpssavewildlife by Sylvia   
I love how you bring this forward, since this is one of the things that are really important to me! One might think that the ocean is some endless abyss that will absorb everything you trow at it, but it isn't! I live at the other side of the atlantic, close by the end of an arm of the Golf Stream. My family have a vacation house on the outermost shore, and we really get to see how much garbage the sea brings in every single year. The last few years we have been working hard to clean the area, and last summer we finnaly got "our" island (incuding breaking up the vegetation to pick up the old stuff buried in the ground). This spring we almost cried, seing how much had come in over the winter. Fortunatly it wasn't as bad as it seemed, as it was all on the surface. I guess it's as with cleaning, it gets easier when it is only a year worth of junk instead of decades. Still, we filled at least 5 garbage bags and also had some larger things, only with what had come in during the winter. One of the plasics we found most of in numbers (not counting little broken down bits of big stuff) were q-tips (without the cotton). It was so numerous that my dad asked a friend in the marine department of the uni. Apparantly, many people flush q-tips down the toilet, and the sewer cleaning plants are unable to catch them. Thus most end up in the ocean, and since they are light they float and get washed up on shore. Please dont flush q-tips! We have also begun on the other islands, starting with the big stuff. This spring 3 people spent 2 hours filling our 10 foot boat to the brim on one island, and it was hardly visible. Hopefully we can do more in the summer, when we are able to spend more time there. All this plastic does harm the wildlife, I have seen proof of it. We have also done some tests, and found out that the soil on the side of the island with most garbage is full of toxins, which scares us. What does that signify for the animals, plants and organims that livein and of that soil, and in the water those toxins came from?
          Thor Heyerdahl   
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          After sun essentials on a budget   
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          Reply #1967   
I thought about that, too. After all, the 15 - 25 minutes before a draw gives them time to look at the computer data, and they can see if a person or people, for example have spent a boat load on one number ...say $ 25.00 on one number straight from a particular store location, etc. This would obviously cost them a lot of their one day profit, so I think they especially look to see if there are any particular numbers that have been bought a lot and they will do anything and whatever they can to


          2001 Awards (NAAR)    

In 2001, NAAR broke new ground in terms of the amount of money committed to autism research and the number of projects funding. It also marked the first time the organization funded projects in Israel and Ireland, and included In 2001, NAAR committed approximately $3.1 million to fund 28 pilot studies, fellowships and programs, including its largest investment to date in a single project: The Baby Sibs Study – a collaborative, multi-site research program taking place in Canada and the U.S. Also in 2001, NAAR played a key role in funding and establishing the first annual International Meeting for Autism Research (IMFAR), the first international, interdisciplinary conference focusing on autism research.

Loisa Bennetto, Ph.D.
University of Rochester, Rochester, NY
"The Influence of HOX Genes and Cranial Nerve Abnormalities on Impaired Facial and Vocal Expression in Autism."
One-Year Award: $47,358

Dana Boatman, Ph.D., & Barry Gordon, M.D., Ph.D.
John Hopkins School of Medicine, Baltimore, MD
"Evaluation of Auditory Processing in Low Functioning Children with Autism."
Two-Year Award: $85,606
Research Partner: The Doug Flutie, Jr. Foundation for Autism, Inc.

Linda Brzustowicz, M.D. & Christopher Barlett, B.S.
Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ
"Localization of Genes Negatively Influencing Language Acquisition."
Two-Year Award: $89,606
First Year Research Partner: The Sidgmore Family Foundation

Edwin Cook, M.D.
The University of Chicago, Chicago, IL
"Linkage Disequilibrium Fine Mapping of 15q11-q13 in Autism."
Two-Year Award: $99,605
First Year Research Partner: Solving the Mystery of Autism Foundation

Louise Gallagher, MB MRC Psych
Trinity College, Dublin, Ireland
"The Molecular Genetics of Autism: Linkage Disequilibrium Screen in the Irish Population."
Two-Year Award: $99,101
First Year Research Partner: Autism Coalition for Research & Education

Jeremy Goldberg, M.D.
McMaster University, Hamilton, Ontario (Canada)
"Investigating Serotonin Receptor Function and Brain Structure as Potential Endophenotypes of Autism."
Two-Year Award: $89,368

Andrew Grayson, Ph.D, C. Psychol.
The Open University (United Kingdom)
"Facilitated Communication: A Systematic Observational Research Project Involving Fine-Grained Video Analysis and Eye Tracking."
Two-Year Award: $93, 532.
Research Partner: Nancy Lurie Marks Family Foundation

Karl Herrup, Ph.D.
Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, OH
"CNS Pattern Formulation and the Etiology of Autism."
Two-Year Award: $99,000

Christine Hohmann, Ph.D.
Morgan State University, Baltimore, MD
"Serotonin as Regulator of Cortical Development and Function."
Two-Year Award: $90,702
First Year Research Partner: Autism Coalition for Research & Education

Huang Chi-ming, Ph.D.,
University of Missouri-Kansas City, Kansas City, MO
"Synaptic and Cellular Abnormalities in the Maturing Autistic Cerebellum."
Two-Year Award: $99,880
First Year Research Partner: Autism Society of America Foundation

Jeffrey Hutsler, Ph.D.,
University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI
"Cortical Organization and Synaptic Culling in Individuals with Autism."
Two-Year Award: $99,902

Ami Klin, Ph.D., & Jocelyne Bachevalier, Ph.D.,
Yale University Child Study Center, New Haven, CT
"Studies of Social Visual Pursuit in Non-Human Primates with Mesiofrontal-limbic Lesions Previously Shown to Offer a Successful Animal Model of Autism."
Two-Year Award: $91,730

Jennifer Levitt, M.D.
University of California-Los Angeles (UCLA) Neuropsychiatric Institute, Los Angeles, CA
"Cortical Complexity and 1H MRS Studies of Communication in Autism."
Two-Year Award: $97,044

Elena Maestrini, Ph.D.
University of Bologna, Bologna (Italy)
"Search for an Autism Susceptibility Gene on Chromosome 2q."
Two-Year Award: $80,340
First Year Research Partner: Autism Society of America Foundation

Henry Markram, Ph.D.
Weizmann Institute of Science, Rehovot, Israel
"Altered Inhibitory Microcircuits in Autism."
Two-Year Award: $96,800
Research Partner: Nancy Lurie Marks Family Foundation

Daniel McIntosh, Ph.D.
University of Denver, Denver, CO
"Core Affective Processes in Autism."
Two-Year Award: $99,237

Lisa Monteggia, Ph.D.
Utah Southwestern Medical Center, St. George, UT
"Analysis of the Role of the Methyl-CG Binding Protein in the Pervasive Development Disorder, Rett's Syndrome, Using Genetically Modified Mice."
Two-Year Award: $100,000

Stewart Mostofsky, M.D.
Kennedy Krieger Institute, Baltimore, MD
"Examination of a Deficit in Procedural Learning in Autism."
Two-Year Award: $88,968
First Year Research Partner: Autism Coalition for Research & Education

Rhea Paul, Ph.D.
Southern Connecticut State University & Yale University Child Study Center, New Haven, CT
"The Development of Prosody in Young Children with Autism and Related Conditions."
Two-Year Award: $97,024

Margaret A. Pericak-Vance, Ph.D.
Duke University Center for Human Genetics, Durham, NC
"Web-based Genetic Educational Efforts for Autism and Related Disorders."
One-Year Award: $41,912

Judith Innes Piggot, MRCGP, MRCP
Stanford University School of Medicine, Stanford, CA
Roland D. Ciaranello, M.D.
Memorial Fellowship in Basic Research
Two-Year Award: $100,000

Samuel Pleasure, M.D., Ph.D.
University of California-San Francisco, San Francisco, CA
"The Role of WNTS in Hippocampal Ventricular Zone Development."
Two-Year Award: $92,384

Timothy P.L. Roberts, Ph.D.
University of California-San Francisco, San Francisco, CA
"Neural Correlates of Phonological Processing in Autism: An MEG Investigation."
Two-Year Award: $96,273
First Year Research Partner: Nancy Lurie Marks Family Foundation

Neil Smalheiser, M.D., Ph.D.
University of Illinois, Chicago, Chicago, IL
"Circulating Reelin in Autism Spectrum Disorders."
Two-Year Award: $89,320

Kathleen Sulik, Ph.D.
University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill, Chapel Hill, NC
"CNS Dysmorphogenesis in a Mouse Knockout Model for an Autism Syndrome."
Two-Year Award: $100,000

Paul Thorsen, M.D., Ph.D.
Danish Epidemiology Sciences Centre at Aarhus University and Odense University Hospital, Denmark
"Risk Factors for Neurodevelopmental Disorders: MMR Vaccine & Childhood Autism."
One-Year Award: $25,000
Research Partner: CIBC World Markets

Steven Zalcman, Ph.D.
UMDNJ - New Jersey Medical School, Newark, NJ
"Cytokines, Monoamines and Stereotypical Motor Activity."
Two-Year Award: $96,170

Lonnie Zwaigenbaum, M.D., Susan Bryson, Ph.D., Peter Szatmari, M.D., Wendy Roberts, M.D.
McMaster University, Hamilton, Ontario (Canada)
"Identifying Early Markers of Autism: A Longitudinal Study of Infant Siblings"
Two-Year Award: $99,993
First Year Research Partner: Autism Society of America Foundation

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          Doubleknit 119   
The Twins recap August.

Little Coffee Bean
Vanguard
Silencio
Hansel
Twinkle Twinkle
Colorful Winter Sports Outfit
Talisman
Tupshin
Start With Why



The Boys in the Boat
The 100 Year Old Man Who Climbed Out the Window and Disappeared
Henry's Hat
Behind the Scenes at the Museum
Barkley Marathons


Music: Queen of the Savages by the Magnetic Fields

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          Doubleknit 118   

The Twins get caught up on summer knitting (and sewing)!

The Shawl Society, Talisman and Amulet
Knit Fit!
Pinecone Cap
Waiting for Rain
The Rain Outside
Zinone
Outfit Along
Marion
Avant l'orage (shawl spotted on the Sewing Bee)
Sorbetto
Brooklyn
Suited
Station Eleven
Boys in the Boat
On Writing
Shift

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          Looming Large: Ohio State's Five Biggest Recruiting Battles for the Remainder of the 2018 Cycle   
It's shaping up to be an Urban Meyer/Tom Herman battle for five-star cornerback Anthony Cook.

There's still a long way until February, but Ohio State has already secured commitments from several top prospects from around the nation. It's a tall task to recruit at such an elite level, and the country's top-ranked 2018 class already features a handful of noteworthy victories over some of college football's top programs. 

Urban Meyer beat out Jimbo Fisher and the Seminoles for five-star defensive tackle Taron Vincent and Teradja Mitchell – the nation's No. 2 inside linebacker. Notre Dame was in the same boat for Dallas Gant as was Oklahoma for Josh Proctor. USC was right up there on Jaiden Woodbey's list and five-star Georgia pass-rusher Brenton Cox spurned the in-state Bulldogs in favor of the Buckeyes.

Several other battles will wage on over the course of the next eight months, but right now we feel there are a handful that stand out above the rest. 


Anthony Cook • Cornerback • ★★★★★ • Biggest Threat: Texas

It's debatable at this point as to who exactly is Ohio State's top remaining cornerback target. It's also probably a moot point, however, as the staff is likely to take two more to complement Sevyn Banks

The Buckeyes signed Lone Star state prospects Jeffrey Okudah, Baron Browning, and J.K. Dobbins for the 2017 class, and all three are poised to make an impact as true freshmen. Tom Herman wasn't hired until November, so it's hardly fair to consider either one of them a real Meyer vs. Herman recruiting battle. 

Five-star cornerback Anthony Cook is a different case. 

The Houston (Lamar) defender is in the process of narrowing things down, and it's no doubt that the Buckeyes and Longhorns likely top his list. The nation's No. 2 corner will enroll early and a decision is expected sometime before November. The aforementioned Okudah is a close friend, but Cook's current teammate – 2018 wideout Al'Vonte Woodard – is expected to commit to Texas in just two weeks.

Tyson Campbell • Cornerback • ★★★★ • Biggest Threat: Miami

Out of all the prospects on the list, this one may be the toughest pull. The Buckeyes may very well be out in front right now for American Heritage cornerback Tyson Campbell, but the 6-foot-2.5, 180-pound corner resides less than an hour from Coral Gables and will surely be on Miami's campus multiple times between now and signing day. 

The Hurricanes do already have four cornerbacks committed, but Campbell is a player that any team in the country would find room for. Teammate Nesta Silvera has already pledged to Mark Richt, but four-star defensive end Andrew Chatfieldanother member of a loaded Heritage roster – has sided with Urban Meyer.

There's a long way to go with this one and Nick Saban is also involved, but we expect this recruitment to come down to the Buckeyes and Hurricanes.

Micah Parsons & Jayson Oweh • Defensive Ends • ★★★★/★ • Threat: Penn State

Ohio State's defensive line class is already off to an incredible start with commitments from the nation's top defensive tackle and one of the top pass-rushers. The Buckeyes are set to lose a number of starters following the 2017 season, and this is likely the most important unit to address. 

James Franklin and Co. aren't going to go down without a fight for two of America's best defensive ends. Micah Parsons backed off of his Penn State pledge in April, and while Ohio State is in a great spot, it's probably too early to pencil him into the class. It's been rumored that distance from home could be a factor, and though a number of SEC visits are in the works, the five-star still seems likely to wind up in Big Ten country. 

Jayson Oweh – the nation's No. 10 defensive end – may have more upside than any other player in the country. The 6-foot-5, 235-pounder has only played organized football for one year, and Larry Johnson seems to be a huge fan of the four-star from Blairstown, New Jersey. Penn State appeared to have the upper hand through the spring, but a visit to Columbus for the June 9th camp has put the Buckeyes right at the top. 

Ohio State may run into a bit of a numbers crunch at defensive end, but it's reasonable to expect at least one of these two to ultimately side with the Buckeyes.

Jeremy Ruckert • Tight End • ★★★★ • Biggest Threat: Michigan

We've long talked about Jeremy Ruckert's status as one of the top overall targets for the 2018 class, and as a commitment inches closer, nothing has happened to change that. 

The Buckeyes have been out in front for some time now, but anytime the other school is Jim Harbaugh's Wolverines, then the battle is that much more important. Michigan has shown how much it loves to use its tight ends, and the Maize and Blue is still lurking as a threat for the Lindenhurst, New York star.

Reports out of Beaverton have been extremely positive thus far, and there's already some discussion that the 6-foot-5.5, 238-pounder could potentially earn his fifth star. Ruckert – who checks in as the country's No. 75 prospect – has been the focal point of Ohio State's tight end recruiting for just about an entire calendar year.

A decision is expected this summer.

L'Christian Smith • Wide Receiver • ★★★★ • Biggest Threat: Kentucky

Regardless of where Blue Smith falls on Ohio State's board at receiver, it's become pretty clear that Urban Meyer has every intention of signing the state's most gifted athlete. Kentucky appeared to surge a bit throughout the spring, and while the Wildcats are certainly still in the running, the Buckeyes look like the favorites here. 

“It's two completely different places,” Smith said, explaining how things are a little more personable and relaxed in Lexington in terms of fan engagement and his relationship with the staff. “Ohio State is more of a business. They are really detailed with what they do and the players that they get.” Via

Smith had been planning to make an announcement in July, but that timeline has been pushed back to late August. Could that bode well for the Wildcats? It's certainly possible, and Kentucky has had some major success in Ohio lately; albeit for prospects that don't have Buckeye offers.

But this doesn't look like one that Meyer is going to let get away.


          Connecting the Dots: Top news stories for June 4, 2012   
(Bay Citizen) // More than 75 vocational schools are being investigated after dozens were discovered to be operating without state approval. The schools convicted will be presented with fines of up to $50,000 by the California Bureau for Postsecondary Education... (SF Gate) // Vandals are quick to deface San Franciscos renovated parks and playgrounds , waiting less than a day to mark up the new climbing structures and slides of Dolores Park with graffiti. The citys Recreation and Park Department have had to spend almost $1.8 million in the last five years on repairing and replacing damaged equipment, buildings and even trees destroyed by tag-happy hooligans (SF Gate) // A ferry service set to begin running between South San Francisco, Oakland and Alameda on Monday morning will provide a new transportation option for commuters on both sides of the bay. Two new 149-passenger boats, which cost The Water Emergency Transportation Authority $16 million to finance, are the first step in a
          P&P Weekly: #47   





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          The Fox Of Bloody Women Island   

How does one find happiness throughout a winter when the sun barely makes an appearance?

This source of curiosity took us to Nordland - a mystical Viking land of changing light, deep fjords and mountainous archipelagos. We arrived in the small town of Kjerringøy, where had we heard there was a man who built traditional boats. His name was Ulf, his house had the red trim around it, and he’ll meet us at the end of the drive in the freezing rain. This was all we knew. Could this mans belief in his work and connection to his environment be the root of his happiness? Shot entirely during the twilight hours of Norway's northern Arctic, this is his story.

A film by Vern Cummins and Jamie Gallant.

'Æ for aleina' Music and lyrics by Tonje Unstad.
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          Florida: Record Number Of Manatees Killed In 2016 By Boats   
Wildlife data in Florida shows that a record number of manatees died in 2016 after being hit by boats, even as the overall number of the beloved marine mammals increased.
          VORP   

On July 17, 2007, Veneer magazine held an event called "VORP."

From: veneermagazine.com/b/2007/07/vorp.html

The original intent was to posit a physical manifestation of the hardship of magazine publishing by showering authors and editors in 200 MPH bullets from our readership. The authors were to read the articles through a megaphone while being physically assaulted by a gang of "readers," while the editors, immortal, tried to protect them. It was perhaps a wryly self-conscious stab at Veneer's veneer of "difficult writing."

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          Boaters Urged To Slow It Down During Manatee Migration   
South Florida is known for attracting "snow birds" but the warm waters off our coastline also attract manatees which means boaters need to slow down and be careful.
          YACHT - Summer Song   

YACHT - Summer Song single on DFA Records.

Directed by Judah Switzer.

Thank you cast & crew: Mike Merrill, Curtis Knapp, Steve Schroeder, Dean Chen, Amanda Clem, Rachel Liberman, Barrett Hanrahan, Christine Rutan, and Geoff Nudelman

Summer Song EP on iTunes:
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          Manatee Migration Underway, New Speed Limits For Boaters In Broward   
Boaters motoring through Broward’s waterways are being urged to watch out for manatees. The migration season for the endangered species began Friday.
          S. Fla. Boaters Warned To Slow Down For Migrating Manatees   
South Florida boaters are being reminded to slow down for migrating manatees.
          Boaters Urged To Slow For Manatees   
South Florida boaters are being reminded to take it easy in the Intracoastal Waterway and other inland waters because manatees are still in their yearly migration.
          Boaters: Broward’s New Manatee Regs Now In Effect   
Boaters in Broward will now have to keep it ‘low and slow’ all week long to protect migrating manatees.
          New Manatee Rules To Slow Broward Boaters   
Beginning this Tuesday boaters in Broward will have to keep it ‘low and slow’ all week long to protect migrating manatees.
          Boaters Beware: Manatees On The Move   
South Florida boaters are being urged to slow down due to an unusually large number of manatees moving to and from warm-water refuges.
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          Salmon Fever   
Grilled Soy-Sesame Salmon

My dad, R. D. Belles, was bitten by the salmon bug when he was a young man in his early 30s. We’d know he was experiencing a flare-up of what we called “Salmon Fever” when his sleeping and eating patterns took a sudden turn.

Normally, Dad moaned at the buzz of an alarm clock and slept in until noon whenever he got the chance, and routinely he began every day with the hardiest of breakfasts. But when he pointed the truck and boat trailer toward his favorite fishing haunts out on the tip of the Olympic Peninsula in Washington State, R.D.’s usual sleeping and eating patterns became drastically altered.

During such flareups he’d spring out of bed at 3:30 AM. “No time for breakfast. I have to get out there and wake up those Kings!” he’d whisper slipping out of the cabin like a cat on a late-night prowl.

Well after dark we’d see the running lights of his boat, Bob-Bet, bumping against the dock. R.D.’s broad smile glinting through the darkness told us his catch for the day was abundant. With stubble sprouting from his chin, he’d flop into a chair at the kitchen table and say, “I’m as hungry as a bear coming out of hibernation!” He’d plan the next day’s outing over a platter full of pan-fried red potatoes and his catch of “shaker fish."

Dad took fishing far more serious than anyone else in the family. Once, while fishing with him, I became severely seasick and begged to go back to shore. Foreboding walls of water rocked the twenty six-foot craft back and forth among the powerful waves. Bob-Bet lifted WAY UP and then plunged WAY DOWN, between the rollers. R.D. patiently puffed on his pipe and said, “Oh, you’ll be okay, you’ve just had too much motion today.” Sundown was the only good excuse for Dad to return to shore.

Once, I asked Dad if he’d bring back a dogfish (which is a small shark) for me to fry up for dinner. I’d heard dogfish had a unique texture partnered with a surprisingly non-fishy flavor. He hit the ceiling. “I won’t have the damn stink'n things in my boat. You can’t kill em’- even with a club! If you can’t kill em’ then ya can’t eat em’!” He blasted at me.

My Uncle Ken, also curious about the feasibility of dogfish & chips for dinner, brought me a large, fresh dogfish the next time he went fishing with Dad. Dad was furious with his older brother and acted like he was a traitor to the Salmon Fishing Hall of Fame.

I barbecued a small Coho salmon for Dad and deep-fried the dogfish for my adventurous guests. Dad showed up for dinner, but it was the first vegetarian meal that I’d ever known him to eat. He never ate fish at my house again! By the way, the dogfish was delicious!

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In September and October my thoughts turn to my father who probably fished every salmon bed that exists in Pacific Northwest waters. His passion to catch the mighty fish made it possible for salmon to be served frequently in our home. My mother prepared it many, many different ways, and through the years I've gathered some of my own renditions of how to cook the pink-fleshed fish that "puts up one hell of a fight before he lands in the boat." Today I'm sharing three recipes for cooking salmon that you'll be glad "landed" on your dinner table. Enjoy!

Grilled Soy-Sesame Salmon

6 6-ounce salmon fillets, with or without skin

Marinade

1/4 cup brown sugar or honey

1/4 cup olive oil

1/4 cup soy sauce

1 teaspoon toasted sesame oil

1/2 teaspoon garlic powder

2 teaspoons dried parsley

1 teaspoon dried basil

1 teaspoon dried thyme

1 tablespoon lemon juice

1/2 teaspoon freshly ground black pepper

Whisk together brown sugar, olive oil, soy sauce, sesame oil, garlic powder, parsley, basil, thyme, lemon and pepper. Pour marinade into large zip-lock bag. Add salmon fillets; squeeze air out of bag and seal. Gently squeeze bag so marinade is surrounding fillets. Refrigerate for a minimum of 1 hour.

Preheat either an outdoor drill or an indoor grated griddle to medium-high heat. Lightly oil grate with a brush or paper towel. Remove salmon from the marinade; shake off excess marinade and discard any excess marinade. Grill salmon until browned and fish easily flakes, about 5 to 7 minutes on each side. Serve with jasmine rice. Yield: 6 servings

Halibut with Spicy Picante Sauce

2 pounds cod fillets, rinsed and patted dry with paper towels

1 tablespoon fresh lime juice

Picante Sauce

1 tablespoon olive oil

1 medium onion, coarsely chopped or sliced thin

1 clove garlic, minced

1 8-ounce can tomato sauce

1 small can mild or medium enchilada sauce

1 bay leaf, broken in half once

2 tablespoons jalapeno pepper, finely chopped

10 pimento -stuffed green olives, sliced

2 tablespoons capers, cut into halves

1/4 teaspoon dried oregano

Sprinkle fillets with lime juice; cover and set aside. Combine olive oil, onion and garlic in a 6-cup glass measuring cup. Cover measuring cup and microwave on High for 4 minutes. Add tomato sauce, enchilada sauce, bay leaf, jalapeno peppers, olives, capers and oregano to onion garlic mixture. Cover and microwave on High for 4 minutes.

Place fish in a greased 10"X12" glass baking dish; pour picante sauce over fish. Cover and microwave on High for 6 minutes (less or more depending on thickness of fillets), rotating dish once or twice during cooking time. Cook until fish flakes easily with a fork. Remove the bay leaf. Serve with white rice. Yield: 6 to 8 servings

Bobbi’s Salmon & Green Bean Salad

8 to 10 ounces canned, baked or poached salmon, chilled, boned and flaked

3 ti 4 cups fresh green beans, snapped into 2” pieces, steamed to almost done, cooled

1 small Vidalia or Walla Walla sweet onion, separated into rings

1 ½ cups iceberg lettuce, shredded (optional)

1 medium tomato (sliced) or cherry tomatoes (optional)

Dressing

2 tablespoons white wine vinegar

1 tablespoon olive oil

2 teaspoons lemon juice, fresh squeezed

2 teaspoons water

4 tablespoons fresh basil, chopped

½ to 1 teaspoon sea salt

Cracked pepper to taste

1 or 2 cloves garlic, minced

Toss salmon, beans and onion together in a large bowl. Measure vinegar, oil, lemon juice, water, basil, salt, pepper, and garlic into shaker container. Shake well. Pour dressing over salmon mixture and toss. Cover and refrigerate for 2 hours before serving.

Serve on bed of shredded lettuce. Garnish with tomatoes. Yield: 3 to 4 as main dish salad or 8 to 9 as a side salad

This recipe comes from the kitchen of Bobbi Powell, Kent, Washington.

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          Em cidades da Copa, 15,6% dos bares são considerados inadequados pela Anvisa   
A Agêcia Nacional de Vigilância Sanitária (Anvisa) apresentou há pouco os primeiros resultados do projeto piloto para classificação de bares e restaurantes e lanchonetes, voltado para a Copa do Mundo: dos 2.172 estabelecimentos que participaram da iniciativa, 15,6% tiveram  um número de falhas considerado superior ao padrão mínimo desejado. Dos municípios que vão sediar a Copa, 11 participaram da iniciativa - Salvador não está na avaliação . Outras 13 cidades que não estão na Copa também participam do trabalho. Aeroportos próximos das cidades sede também foram incluídos na avaliação.
A intenção do primeiro projeto não foi punir, mas preparar os estabelecimentos para o atendimento adequado. Nosso objetivo não é fechar os estabelecimentos, mas torná-los adequados à segurança", afirmou o diretor da Anvisa, Ivo Bucaresky. O projeto é inspirado em iniciativas desenvolvidas em outras cidades do mundo, como Nova Iorque e Los Angeles. Ele classifica os estabelecimentos em 3 categorias. A nota A é a melhor pontuação, concedida para estabelecimentos que cometeram poucas falhas. Na primeira etapa, 20% foram enquadrados nessa categoria. A nota B é dada para aqueles que cometem mais falhas que os do grupo A, mas com impacto não relevante para saúde. Essa classificação foi dada para 40% dos estabelecimentos.
No grupo C, com menor pontuação, mas com qualidade considerada ainda aceitável, foram incluídos 24,4% dos estabelecimetos. Todos restaurantes, lanchonetes e bares com classificações A, B ou C são seguros para o consumidor, com condição sanitária satisfatória. Os restaurantes que não atingiram o padrão mínimo, chamados "pendentes",  foram autuados e obrigados a reparar as falhas. Uma nova rodada de avaliação está em curso.  Os resultados devem sair em maio. Somente estabelecimentos que participaram do programa serão obrigados a afixar os selos. "Esperamos encontrar nessa segunda etapa um resultado melhor. É esse o nosso objetivo", afirmou a gerente do grupo de alimentação, Denise  Resende.
Os selos serão mantidos até agosto, quando o projeto passa para uma fase de avaliação. A fiscalização é feita pelas vigilâncias locais, com base num roteiro de 54 itens. Dois pontos considerados essenciais para classificação A é a existência de um responsável técnico e de boas práticas para preparação dos alimentos. "Não fizemos uma avaliação de bom, ótimo. Tentamos fugir dessa classificação, porque todos com selo estão dentro dos níveis aceitáveis", afirmou a gerente. Na segunda etapa, quando selos forem concedidos, estará disponível no site da Anvisa a lista com classificação dos estabelecimentos que integram o projeto piloto. Até lá, as informações se referem à média encontrada pelas cidades.
"Para o projeto piloto se transformar numa iniciativa perene, serão analisados uma série de fatores. Incluindo a adesão dos municípios e vigilâncias sanitárias", disse Bucaresky. Ele afirmou que a classificação não está relacionada ao preço, mas apenas a condições sanitárias. Entre os itens avaliados estão a roupa usada pelas pessoas que preparam os alimentos e a temperatura em que são mantidos os ingredientes. O aeroporto de Manaus é o único do roteiro da Copa que não participou da avaliação. "Ele estava em reforma, por isso não integrou a iniciativa", disse Denise.
Resultados. A pior situação encontrada pelos fiscais da vigilância sanitária foi em Olinda, no Pernambuco: 44,4% dos estabelecimentosda cidade foram considerados pendentes, porque não conseguiram atingir o padrão mínimo de qualidade. Eles estão em processo administrativo - e parte pode ter sido fechada. Em seguida, vem a cidade pernambucana de Jaboatão do Guararapes, onde a pendência foi registrada em 41,37% dos estabelecimentos. Cuiabá tem a terceira pior classficação: 41% de pendência. A melhor situação foi encontrada em Gramado, no Rio Grande do Sul, onde77,4% de estabelecimentos tiveram a melhor nota. Em seguida, vem Mata do São João, na Bahia, com 53,8% de notas máximas.
Em São Paulo, 39% dos estabelecimentos de alimentação foram classificados como A, 54,6% receberam nota B e 6,4%, nota C. Do total, 0,9% não conseguiram atingir o padrão mínimo. No Aeroporto de Guarulhos, 79,07% foram classificados com nota A. Outros 18,6% com nota B e 2,3% foram i ncluídos na categoria C. Nenhum foi classificado como pendente. Brasília teve um desempenho pior. Dos estabelecimentos analisados na cidade, 16,5% foram classificados como pendentes. No aeroporto da capital do País, 5,26% dos estabelecimentos foram considerados com número de falhas superior ao tolerado.

Fonte: Jornal O Estadão

          A PRAYER FOR ALL MOTHERS, By Tina Fey   
Thank you, Tina Fey. This is Still My Favorite.  HAPPY MOTHER’S DAY TO YOU- EVERYONE OF YOU.     “First, Lord: No tattoos. May neither Chinese symbol for truth nor Winnie-the-Pooh holding the FSU logo stain her tender haunches. May she be Beautiful but not Damaged, for it’s the Damage that draws the creepy soccer coach’s eye, not the Beauty. When the Crystal Meth is offered, May she remember the parents who cut her grapes in half And stick with Beer. Guide her, protect her When crossing the street, stepping onto boats, swimming in the ocean, swimming in pools, walking...
          Energy Advisor - BOMA BC - Vancouver, BC   
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          Get a Jump-Start on Your North Dakota Summer Vacation Planning this April   
By ND Commerce Tourism Division
Warmer weather and longer days have arrived in North Dakota, signaling the time to start planning for summer vacations. The state offers a range of activities and endeavors for travelers, from thrill-seekers to history buffs. A week hiking through Theodore Roosevelt National Park might spark your sense of adventure or maybe an urban Fargo weekend – shopping and eating, naturally – sounds. Whatever your fancy, start planning your North Dakota summer get-away today.    

Check out these resources from North Dakota Tourism as you plan: For the Adventure Seeker
  • The rugged and unique splendor of Theodore Roosevelt National Park has captivated travelers through the ages. Bully Pulpit Golf Course, the Maah Daah Hey Trail and the Medora Musical are other highlights in the area not to be missed.
  • State parks across North Dakota offer visitors the opportunity to experience natural and historical aspects of the prairie. Parks near Lake Sakakawea, Pembina Gorge, the Missouri River and Devils Lake also serve as a gateway to many a fishing, boating or camping adventure.
  • Summer is golfing season in North Dakota and there many options. Plan a golfing get-away at one of the 120 courses available.
 
For the Foodie
  • Fargo is hitting its stride on the restaurant scene and new players pop up all the time. Mezzaluna, Blackbird Woodfire and Vinyl Taco are downtown dinner favorites. Uncorked Wine Bar and Proof Artisan Distillers are local purveyors of wine and spirits, respectively.
  • There are few places better suited for the farm-to-table movement than agricultural North Dakota. A range of restaurants across the state are partnering with local farms to bring local food to local tables. Check out farm-to-table eateries in Bismarck, Fargo, Grand Forks and Minot that are participating in the effort.
  • The North Dakota State Fair is a perennial favorite for turkey legs, cheese curds, fry-bread tacos and mini donuts. Enjoy these American classics while listening to live performances by the likes of Fall Out Boy, Kenny Chesney, Kiss and Jake Owen.
  • Food festivals abound with all of North Dakota’s summer bounty! Be one with the locals and sample regional fare at county fairs and events like the Ribs and Bluegrass Festival in Medora or the Rhubarb Festival in Grand Forks.
 
For the History and Culture Buff
  • North Dakota’s rich and fascinating history is easily accessible to travelers of all ages. There are 57 historic sites preserved and maintained by the State Historical Society. The State Museum at the North Dakota Heritage Center, the Lewis & Clark Interpretive Center and Fort Abraham Lincoln State Park offer visitors hands-on opportunities to learn more about North Dakota’s heritage.
  • There are nine winery tours in the prairie state of North Dakota. Wine lovers can experience a range of unique varietals in tasting rooms across the state (some visits may require an appointment).
  • Visit an art museum, attend a local outdoor theater production or check out live music this summer at a range of indoor or outdoor venues.

These are a few of the opportunities to plan your summer vacation to North Dakota. For more information, go to NDtourism.com or phone 701-328-2525 or 800-435-5663.

Follow North Dakota Tourism on Facebook at www.facebook.com/TravelND or on Twitter at twitter.com/NorthDakota and get tips on what to see and do all year long.

With more than 900 accommodation choices, you’re sure to find the perfect place to stay in North Dakota! 

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          Find Your Inner Explorer in North Dakota   
By ND Commerce Tourism Division
No matter what your interest, now is the perfect time to explore in North Dakota. Grab your boat, hiking shoes, golf clubs or historical flair to find that one experience you have yet to try. Here are a few ideas to get your adventure started:
 
Hit the Trails
How do you like to explore the trails? Whether it’s hiking, biking or on ATV, North Dakota has some exceptional spots you don’t want to miss. Check out the beautiful Pembina Gorge in the northeast where the wooded trails take you through the heart of the gorge, or take on the surrounding hills for impressive scenery and wildlife encounters. Or cut your own trail in a kayak on Lake Renwick in Icelandic State Park or on the scenic Pembina River.
 
Make Your Own Wake
Lake time is some of the best time in North Dakota. If you are looking for a great location for watersports or fishing opportunities try Devils Lake, Lake Sakakawea and Lake Metigoshe to start. Spend the morning fishing and once you have your limit, hit the water for some recreational fun in the sun! Camping and lodging opportunities are available in all three areas.
 
Connect with History
North Dakota provides many opportunities to connect with early explorers from Lewis & Clark to Theodore Roosevelt.
Visit the Knife River Indian Villages near Stanton to connect with the path Lewis & Clark followed through the state in 1804. Head further down the Missouri and visit the former home of Lt. Col. George Armstrong Custer at Fort Abraham Lincoln near Mandan. Explore Mandan Earth Lodges and walk the grounds where the 7th Calvary once drilled before leaving for their fateful trip to the Little Big Horn. Early military life can also be experience at the historic sites at Fort Union and Fort Buford and the Missouri-Yellowstone Confluence Interpretive Center near Williston. Or explore the rugged badlands and connect with Theodore Roosevelt and the national park that bears his name.
 
Package Your UNIQUE Experience
If you want bragging rights, visit the International Peace Garden and put a foot in two countries at the same time as this picturesque garden straddles the U.S and Canadian border. Grab some friends for a stay-and-play package and swing your clubs at North Dakota’s only links style golf course at The Links of North Dakota near Ray. Or capture the essence of North Dakota’s largest city, Fargo, with trendy dining, nightlife and a vibrant downtown shopping experience.
 
There is still much to explore in North Dakota, get more ideas for your next adventure at
NDtourism.com or phone 701-328-2525 or 800-435-5663.

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          Southeastern North Dakota Offers Beauty, History and Excitement   
By ND Commerce Tourism Division
With significant visitor traffic coming to North Dakota from Minnesota and Wisconsin, the southeastern portion of the state is like a gateway brimming with attractions and entertainment. From urban escapes to rural history, there are a variety of ways to enjoy summers in southeastern North Dakota.

Bagg Bonanza Farm and Bonanzaville – Agricultural is well woven into North Dakota’s history and current way of life. Bagg Bonanza Farm near Wahpeton is North Dakota's only restored bonanza farm, while Bonanzaville in West Fargo is filled with historic artifacts from North Dakota’s settlement days. Both showcase what life was like generations ago on the frontier prairie of North Dakota and how it set the stage for our state today. Learn more.

Coteau des Prairies – This rustic, yet refined lodge in Rutland embodies the legacy of the multi-generational farms from the region. The warm country welcome, hearty homemade meals, outdoor expeditions and hands-on farming fun makes this lodge a unique escape for families, groups or business retreats. Learn more.

Chahinkapa Zoo – Meaning “end of the woods,” this zoo is situated adjacent to the Red River in Wahpeton. Open April through August, the zoo offers educational classes, camping and special events in addition to being home to more than 200 animals from 70 species and six continents. Learn more.

Dakota Magic Casino & Hotel – This Hankinson attraction is filled with activities from its casino, hotel and dining options to its unique 27-hole golf course and convention center that hosts national bands, comedians and Vegas-style shows. Learn more.

Downtown Fargo – Food, shopping, live music, art and more. Fargo is North Dakota’s largest city with its downtown offering the best urban flavor and variety. Thousands gather for the street fair each July and there are plenty of quaint pubs and galleries for a more intimate experience. Learn more.

Fargo Air Museum – With a mission to provide aviation education through restoration and preservation, the museum is filled with historic airplanes, large and small scale model planes and engines. Traveling exhibits like the Vietnam Memorial Exhibit or the Aviation History Mural are also on display. Learn more.

Fargo-Moorhead RedHawks – Celebrating their “20th season of fun,” the Fargo-Moorhead RedHawks baseball team is part of the American Association of Independent Baseball. Baseball America named the 1998 RedHawks the Independent Team of the Decade for the 1990s and they put on a tremendous show every season. Learn more.

Fort Abercrombie State Historic Site - Known historically as "the Gateway to the Dakotas," Fort Abercrombie in Abercrombie was the first permanent United States military fort established in what was to become North Dakota. It was also the only post in the area to be besieged by Dakota (Sioux) warriors for more than six weeks during the US-Dakota War of 1862. Learn more.

Fort Ransom State Park - Nestled in the picturesque and heavily-wooded Sheyenne River Valley, this park is managed as a natural and scenic area, and is located on the Sheyenne River Valley National Scenic Byway. Homesteading heritage is a strong focus of the park and a farmstead within the park provides the setting for twice-annual Sodbuster Days celebrations, with demonstrations and exhibits of early homesteading life. Learn more.

Lake Ashtabula –Created by the construction of the Baldhill Dam on the Sheyenne River in Valley City in 1944, Lake Ashtabula offers boating, fishing, camping, hiking, environmental education, water sports, wildlife viewing and more. Learn more.

Sheyenne River Valley - The tree-lined, rolling hills of this valley are speckled with quaint towns and farmsteads, lending to its American charm. There are many ways to enjoy the beauty of the area, including:
  • Sheyenne River Valley National Scenic Byway – This is North Dakota’s first nationally recognized scenic byway and runs from Getchell Township Hall in Barnes County 63 miles south to Lisbon. It has won two national awards from AASHTO and America's Byways for leveraging resources and interpretation. Archaeology, history, culture and recreation are all found along this byway. Learn more.
  • Sheyenne National Grassland – More than 70,000 acres of sandy soils, originally deposited as a delta of an ancient river as it emptied into glacial Lake Agassiz, Sheyenne National Grassland is the only national grassland in the tallgrass prairie region of the United States. In addition to being home to several animal species, it also contains one of largest populations of the western prairie fringed orchid, which is on the list of Threatened Species by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.  Learn more.
  • Sheyenne Oaks Horse Camp – 45 miles southwest of Fargo, riders have access to terrain unexpected in North Dakota. RV and primitive campsites are available as are cabins, a house and a tipi. Learn more. 
To learn more about these or other exciting opportunities for travel in North Dakota, visit www.ndtourism.com of follow us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/TravelND or on Twitter at @NorthDakota. 

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          The Amazing North Dakota Race   
By Grand Forks Herald
American Pharoah proved to be the fastest horse Saturday at the Belmont Stakes, but speed and stamina don't always decide the winner.
 
More than three hours before the horse became the first Triple Crown winner in 37 years, families at O'Leary Park in East Grand Forks anxiously awaited the return of participants in the Extreme North Dakota Bicycle, Orienteering and Boat Race to cross the finish line.

The 12 two-people teams had been on the road since 9 a.m., biking and canoeing for almost 25 miles. But this event not only requires speed, but also a sharp wit.

The END-BOB differs from most races because it is set up like a "treasure hunt," Grand Forks resident and race volunteer Carmen Peck said. Every few miles or so, participants must temporarily halt their scenic tour the Grand Forks area to retrieve "clues," usually in the form of words. There were 22 checkpoints to coincide with the number of clues.

Resilience was embodied in a variety of ages—the youngest END-BOB racer, Emmett Sum of Grand Forks, was 11. The oldest was East Grand Forks resident Sue Burton-Kelly, 63. At any minute, they would bike across the "finish line"—the same place where they started, at the picnic benches in O'Leary Park.

It was just a matter of waiting for these "professional sufferers," said Wes Peck, a race volunteer and Carmen Peck's husband.

The Pecks had been trying to meet their two teenage daughters, Erin and Megan, along the various checkpoints since 10 a.m. It's difficult when the race trail is hidden most of the time.

"We volunteered because our kids are in (the race)," Wes Peck said as he walked along the East Grand Forks dike to give Erin,15, and her partner, Jackson Carr, 15, of Grand Forks, life jackets for the canoe portion. "Right now, we're trying to go see them as they overcome this rain that's about to come in too."

Erin and Jackson were canoeing by 11 a.m. because they skipped most of the clues.

"We only got two," Erin said after she crossed the finish line at about 1:30 p.m. "And we definitely weren't going back for the rest after it started to rain."

Erin and Megan have previously done family races, but this was their first time trying out the notoriously challenging END-BOB.

For Ben and Auralee Strege, it was their second time.

"We first did it two years ago," said Ben Strege, a 32 year old from Ardoch, N.D. "And this time, it was a tougher course. The clues were harder to find and further apart."

Still, the Streges had retrieved the most clues—18—out of half of the finished teams by the time they crossed the finish line at 3 p.m.

The key to doing well in the END-BOB race isn't always speed, Carmen Peck said.

"The super fit people come and try to do the END-BOB," Carmen, who has volunteered for multiple END races, said. "Being in good shape is not a guaranteed way to win, because then these people can't read a map. They get lost, and being a good team player can get you out of that."

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          Arts, Culture and Recreation Flourish as March Arrives in North Dakota    
By ND Commerce - Tourism Division
March through the remainder of winter by enjoying the area’s arts, cultural and recreational offerings this month. Admire artistic talents of musicians, dancers, cinematographers and artisans, or create your own masterpieces. Race in North Dakota’s first-ever ultra-marathon, or get ready for summer recreation by attending one of the many sports shows. To find more information about events in North Dakota in March, or for a complete list of activities, go to NDTourism.com or call 800-435-5663 or 701-328-2525.
 
Fargo Film Festival
Fargo
March 4-8
The Fargo Film Festival is the premier film festival event in North Dakota. Special guests include Eleanor Winkler, Art Phillips, Keri Pickett, Roger Furlong, Matthew Perkins and others. www.fargofilmfestival.org/; 701-239-8385
 
49th annual Red River Valley Sportsmen Show
Fargo
March 6-9
Five shows in one: camping, boating, hunting, fishing and travel with seminars and exhibits at the Fargodome. http://fargosportshow.com; 701-241-9100
 
From the Silver Screen: Choreographers’ Showcase
Bismarck
March 7-8
Enjoy styles of dance from classical to contemporary, sometimes blending all at once. The Choreographers’ Showcase at Belle Mehus Auditorium is a mixed bill program inspired by film. www.northernplainsdance.org; 701-530-0986
 
Ramblers Motorcycle Show
Minot
March 8-9
Motorcycle enthusiasts showcase custom bikes judged for their quality, class, and, of course, looks. Many people paint and accessorize the bikes themselves. www.ramblersmc.com; 701-859-5333
 
Mouse River Players: You’re a Good Man Charlie Brown
Minot
March 13-16
The family-friendly atmosphere brings Charley Brown and friends to life and examines the world through their eyes. http://mouseriverplayers.com/season; 701-838-3939
 
Scrapbooking Retreat
Binford
March 16-17
Enjoy four uninterrupted days and nights of scrapping at the Red Willow Bible Camp Retreat Center. Eat, sleep, and work on your projects under one roof. 701-767-2681
 
Williston Sports and Recreation Show
Williston
March 14-16
Get out of the house and check out this three-day event of vendors and demonstrations featuring traveling, RVing, camping, hunting, fishing, kid zone and more. 701-774-9041
 
St. Patrick’s Day Parade
Fargo
March 15
Everyone’s Irish for a day when Fargo-Moorhead celebrates St. Patrick’s Day. www.fmstpats.com; 701-364-9867
 
Bismarck-Mandan Symphony Orchestra presents Tour of Russia
Bismarck
March 15
Bismarck native Katherine Bormann performs Tchaikovsky’s riveting Violin Concerto in D Major, and the orchestra will shine in this Russian-inspired program. www.bismarckmandansymphony.org
 
Prairie Quilt Festival
Minot
March 20-23
This event at the Grand International consists of a quilt show, quilt classes and demonstrations offered by area and national teachers, and the ever popular vendors’ market. www.minotquilters.com
 
END-SURE: Extreme North Dakota Sandhills Ultra Run
MacLeod
March 29
A beautiful trail ultra-marathon with 100-K, 50-K and 25-K relay options. Race covers the entire length of the Sheyenne National Grasslands section of the North Country Trail, southwest of Fargo. This event is North Dakota's longest footrace and first ultra-marathon. http://endracing.com/end-sure; 701-330-0709
 
These are just a few festive events and activities in North Dakota during March. For more information, go to NDTourism.com or phone 701-328-2525 or 800-435-5663.
 
 

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          Way Out West!   
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If your taste in comedy leans towards the playfully raunchy, then you can celebrate this Independence Day as Here TV’s gay-friendly romp Out West starts streaming on Amazon on the 4th of July.

Jennifer Elise Cox (of Comedy Central’s Idiotsitter, and as the sweetly slutty Gina Spinks on Web Therapy) stars as Reno party girl Prissy Alcott, who tries to save the family farm by converting it into a dude ranch (and spa) – with the help of three gay friends.

The cast of comedy stalwarts includes Beth Grant (Sordid Lives) and Ray Wise (Fresh Off the Boat) as Prissy’s parents; Paul Bartholomew as her gay ex-fiance; Daniel Baldwin as a hunky ranch hand; and the insanely hot Joel Rush (If Loving You is Wrong) as her love interest. Carla Jo Bailey plays her scheming nemesis Bonnie, with Lord of the Rings’ Sean Astin as Bonnie’s henpecked husband.

The film was directed and co-written by Lee Brownstein, who shared producing duties with Cox, his wife of ten years. The husband and wife team shared some behind-the-scenes insights during a recent exclusive interview with the Advocate.

“I love gay men so much, and I’m around them all the time,” says Cox. “It bothered me that my gay actor friends couldn’t play straight characters, but straight actors could play gay characters.” This led her and Brownstein to develop a film in which actors of various sexual persuasions play characters of various sexual persuasions.

But the story itself was inspired by an experience that the couple shared. “We were on a dude ranch in Arizona with a sparkly spa,” says Brownstein. “Jennifer said, ‘Ooh, a spa,’ and she sauntered off and spent the whole time there.”

The film’s over-the-top, occasionally raunchy comedy was inspired by one of Cox’s idols. “I love John Waters, so the film is an homage to him,” she says. While the bodily function sight gags are plentiful, they never detract from the sweet sincerity of this fishes-out-of-water comic tale of overcoming the odds.

But creating the independent film was not without its challenges. Brownstein found a perfect dude ranch as a location, but once the homophobic owners read the script, they passed. “We finally found a ranch that was truly LGBT friendly, so that was even better,” he says.

“With an independent film, you have no money, and we made all the mistakes,” he admits. “We had multiple locations, stunts, kids, and animals.” These included “fainting goats” – who appear to drop dead at any loud noise. “They supposedly exist, but they really don’t,” he says. After several failed attempts to make real goats faint on cue, Brownstein relied on 3D animation to create one of the film’s best sight gags.

Cox admits that there were initially challenges to being directed by her husband. “Lee is an amazing director, but it took a while for me to get past seeing his direction as criticism. Once I did, everything was fine.”

“And she’s an insanely talented actress,” adds Brownstein. “Oh, start…!” replies Cox.

Cox’s delightfully ditzy performance is the engine that drives the film, and she credits her comic style to some of her early idols.

“I wanted to be Carol Burnett,” she says. “I grew up watching her show, and I wanted to do that. I loved all the Mel Brooks films, and I love Goldie Hawn. I grew up on her comedy which is so natural and sweet – and she proved that you could be cute and funny at the same time.”

Coming up next for Cox is the web series The Bears, Comedy Central’s Idiotsitter, and a lifestyle show that she and Brownstein are shopping around that deals with female comedians — and shoes.

Of Out West, Brownstein says, “We wanted to make a fun, mindless comedy with characters who just happen to be gay. And we wanted to release it on the 4th of July because – America.”

And what’s more American than gays on a dude ranch?

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          Unravel the Picturesque Destination of Machkund Temple   
Located in the Indian state of Rajasthan, Dholpur is a major holiday destination offering lot many locations and spots to be explored. Though famously known for its Chambal Safari and boat excursion, one sacred place for pilgrims that holds a special attraction is ‘Teerth Raj Machkund‘ Machkund Temple– Rooted in tradition and a pilgrim stronghold in Dholpur […]
          Fisherman charged in wife's lake killing despite no body   
A commercial fisherman's story about his wife disappearing into the depths of Lake Erie on a boating trip isn't adding up, and Pennsylvania authorities believe they know why. They say he's the one who put her there....
          Yakety Axe   

This child's ball is printed with letters of the alphabet and pictures of things that start with the letter. English Language & Usage Stack Exchange member gmauch asked what word could the image with the Y represent. It looks like an axe. Dozens of people are speculating on the answer, which leads down a rabbit hole of toy manufacturers, foreign languages, and counterfeiters. The Swedish word for axe is yxa, but connecting the ball to Sweden leads to a dead end. There are archaic terms that might work, but that makes no sense -but then, neither does using a submarine for the letter U, as in U-boat. One contributor wrote a "Who's on First"-style sequence about a Chinese knockoff company trying to design the ball. Maybe you can contribute, too. See the whole discussion here. Be aware that it is still growing.

-via Metafilter, where one commenter summed it up as "This is what the internet is for."


          Saint Martha and the Tarasque   

In the Bible, siblings Mary, Martha, and Lazarus were good friends of Jesus. A legend in the region of Provence tells that they were exiled from the Holy Land along with many other early Christians, and Martha wound up in the south of France. Her potential new converts in the town of Nerluc asked for a miracle. Maybe Martha could save them from the Tarasque?

At that time, on the banks of the Rhone River, between Avignon and Arles, there was a fearsome monster terrorizing the region. It was called a Tarasque, and it was a horrendous creature. It had the face of a lion and razor-sharp teeth. Its body was similar to a dragon, and it had six legs ending in claws so sharp that one swipe could slice a boat in half. On its back was an armored shell, like that of a turtle, with spikes running along it, and to finish off, it had a tail that it used like a whip.

This monster killed every living creature that crossed its path: man or beast, on land or in the river. It could shoot fire from his eyes and its mouth, even its breath would burn whatever it touched. Legions of soldiers were sent out to fight it, but because of its impenetrable shell, their spears and weapons were useless.

Martha indeed conquered the Tarasque, but not by killing it. The result was that the villagers converted to Christianity, Martha eventually became a saint, and the town of Nerluc changed its name to Tarascon in honor of the beast. The Festival of the Tarasque was established in 1469, and now it is held every summer, with parades featuring a mockup of the terrifying creature. You can read the full story of Saint Martha and the Tarasque at The Curious Rambler. -Thanks, Newton!


          Home on the Waves   
Sailor and shipwright Emily Cichon has made a floating tiny home on the Hudson River aboard her 31-foot sailboat Sea Lion. by Mary Angeles Armstrong Long before there were houses, long before the trees that made the houses, long before the roads and highways, long before a country called America, there was this river. Our river.…

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          A PT Skipper in the South Pacific: A Naval Officer's Memoir of Service on Pts and a PT Boat Tender   
A PT Skipper in the South Pacific: A Naval Officer's Memoir of Service on Pts and a PT Boat Tender
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          Шотландец 5 лет ремонтировал раритетную лодку, но она затонула при первой возможности   

Шотландец потратил пять лет и несколько тысяч фунтов, чтобы восстановить старую немецкую лодку, надеясь поставить её на воду, но у той были другие планы.

Шотландец 5 лет ремонтировал раритетную лодку, но она затонула при первой возможности Ричард Огилви, затонула, лодка, люди, неудача, шотландия

Источник: medialeaks.ru

75-летний Ричард Огилви из шотландского города Форрес 10 лет назад купил через eBay полуразрушенную лодку времён Второй мировой войны. В 2013 году он, бывший лесник и владелец лесопилки, наконец основательно взялся за 12-метровую красотку и начал ремонт.
Мужчина работал по восемь часов в день, пять дней в неделю, заменяя дерево на палубах и колдуя над мотором.

Шотландец 5 лет ремонтировал раритетную лодку, но она затонула при первой возможности Ричард Огилви, затонула, лодка, люди, неудача, шотландия

Источник: i2.mirror.co.uk

И вот пять лет спустя Ричард был готов протестировать судно в водах Северного моря, но, к сожалению, у лодки были другие планы — она не выплыла даже за пределы гавани, затонув при первой возможности. В итоге шотландцу пришлось звать двух сыновей, чтобы вытащить затонувшую лодку из воды.

Шотландец 5 лет ремонтировал раритетную лодку, но она затонула при первой возможности Ричард Огилви, затонула, лодка, люди, неудача, шотландия

Источник: i4.mirror.co.uk

Шотландец 5 лет ремонтировал раритетную лодку, но она затонула при первой возможности Ричард Огилви, затонула, лодка, люди, неудача, шотландия

Источник: i4.mirror.co.uk

Мужчина отказывается назвать сумму, которую он потратил на ремонт, опасаясь реакции своей супруги. Ричард боится, что жена может запретить ему снова попытаться поставить лодку на воду, если узнает, во что ему обошлось это хобби.

Шотландец 5 лет ремонтировал раритетную лодку, но она затонула при первой возможности Ричард Огилви, затонула, лодка, люди, неудача, шотландия

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Естественно, мне бы хотелось, чтобы лодка могла держаться на воде. Лодка выглядит намного лучше, когда плывёт, — уверен шотландец.

Мужчина не теряет надежды, заявляя, что через пару месяцев они поставят её на воду, откроют пару бутылок пива и посмеются над прошлыми невзгодами.

Сейчас лодка стоит у стены гавани. По ночам, во время прилива, Ричарду нужно следить, чтобы насос работал и вода не затопила машинное отделение. Поэтому уже несколько ночей он проводит в машине возле гавани, но утверждает, что неплохо высыпается.

Шотландец 5 лет ремонтировал раритетную лодку, но она затонула при первой возможности Ричард Огилви, затонула, лодка, люди, неудача, шотландия

Источник: i1.mirror.co.uk

Лодка была построена в 1936 году и использовалась для тренировки немецких военно-морских офицеров перед Второй мировой. После поражения Германии Британия конфисковала эту и многие другие лодки и корабли.

Шотландец 5 лет ремонтировал раритетную лодку, но она затонула при первой возможности Ричард Огилви, затонула, лодка, люди, неудача, шотландия

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Шотландец 5 лет ремонтировал раритетную лодку, но она затонула при первой возможности Ричард Огилви, затонула, лодка, люди, неудача, шотландия

Источник: i2.mirror.co.uk

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          Men on Boats is a Fantastic Ride   
  Imagine being on a boat facing the rapids of a fast-moving river. Now imagine watching that experience take place on stage. And finally, imagine (if you can) that the latter doesn’t feel all that removed from the former, and …
          Comment on Republic Studios – A Private Tour by Colin   
I know, I'm in the same boat but it may be of more practical interest to some.
          Fresh off the boat: Crazy Rich Asians’ Constance Wu filming on location in Singapore   
The Fresh Off the Boat star tells Channel NewsAsia’s Genevieve Loh her first impressions of Singapore and what it means to be a part of a film like Crazy Rich Asians.
          Kona Water Emergency Update – Saturday, July 1   
NORTH KONA, Hawaii - Customers in the area of Keauhou to Kona Airport and Honalo to Makalei MUST cease all irrigation and washing of vehicles and boats effective immediately, civil defense says.
          Whiskey & Wrestling 500!   
500 posts! I did a W&W 400 entry for the 400th post, so I'm keeping up traditions for this, the 500th post, six and a half years after I started this blog. Six and a half years! That's longer than my entire high school life! And they thought I wouldn't amount to anything. Here's some humble pie to you, Mr. Campbell, ya baldy wee prick. Never doubt this boozehound!

Like with the 400th post, here are four of my favourite matches of all time.


'Macho King' Randy Savage v Ultimate Warrior (Career Ending Match) (WWF Wrestlemania VII, 3/24/91)

One of the best pieces of melodramatic pro-wrestling soap opera nonsense ever done, from pre-match to post-match and everything in between. This just feels like a huge deal from the very start. Warrior eschewing his usual sprint to the ring for a deliberate walk, the tentative beginning, the crowd heat -- it's big time. Savage was amazing in this, to the point where it feels like one of the best performances ever in a WWF ring. You know he's responsible for the layout, which was great, but it was everything else he did that ruled, all the little touches and movements. His reactions to Warrior shrugging off blows, spitting on him out of belligerence, the way he bides his time and capitalises on Sherri's interference. He fought like a man whose career was really on the line, even trying the throat across the barricade spot that he used to injure Steamboat way back, which was an awesome callback. Warrior isn't great or anything, but I thought he held up his end fine, even if he was still only the third best participant in the match. I loved the bit where he caught Savage coming off the top and just dismissively stood him up and slapped him. It was one of those matches where even he, this nutcase from another universe who talks to space deities, saw the gravity of the situation. Warrior kicking out of the multiple elbow drops annoys some people and I get that, but the way it happened here didn't bother me if for no reason other than it led to wild beady-eyed Randy Savage facial expressions. Warrior making his comeback and hitting the gorilla press and big splash...only for Savage to kick out; it was like your modern day WWE epic, except fresh and organic. Plus that leads to Warrior asking Kang and Kodos for guidance, threatening to walk out because his gods have abandoned him in his greatest moment of need, and that is legit one of my favourite spots in any match ever. It's completely ridiculous and goofy as anything, but I love it. I also loved how Savage jumping him only served to piss Warrior off, snapping him out of his trance and giving him the sign he needed. His gods hadn't left him. It was just their way of telling him his job wasn't done yet. Trial by adversity! Or, you know, whatever. AND I've always loved the finish. It's a moment that's stuck with me ever since I was a kid. I remember watching it and just being flabbergasted that Warrior was so casual about it. The way he hits the shoulder tackles, Savage completely dead on his feet, one foot on the chest, arms raised, back on top of the mountain. Then of course there's the post-match, which has one of the most iconic moments in WWF history. Sherri, who was a phenomenal she-devil all match, puts the boots to Savage while even Heenan thinks it's all a bit too much ("Sherri, come on, he tried his best!"). All the stuff with Elizabeth, grown-ass adults weeping in the crowd, it's Vince's perfect vision of sports entertainment. And on this night he nailed it all ends up.


Kerry & Kevin Von Erich v Terry Gordy & Buddy Roberts (Badstreet Match) (2/12/88)

This is what World Class was great at. There was a bunch of tags on the DVDVR Texas set that felt pretty ragged, not necessarily unstructured but certainly more back and forth with frequent momentum swings, rather than your traditional southern style tag in the Rock n Roll Express/Midnight Express vein. It didn't hold me back from liking those matches, but it maybe held me back from loving them. I'm a fan of the traditional southern tag structure, and the World Class take on it was a little messy. Sometimes that worked, though. Throw a couple Von Erichs in with some Freebirds and give them a leather belt, something special was gonna happen. World Class excelled at the ten minute bar fight. You knew straight away this was gonna be wild because Kevin was actually wearing boots for a change. He kept them on for about five minutes before taking them off and hitting people with them. Gordy was also rocking gigantic makeshift kneepads that looked like things a carpet fitter would wear. This was one of my favourite Gordy performances because he worked like a big surly bastard and just smashed guys to bits. He really walloped Kerry with a chair, suplexed him on the floor and generally wasn't in any mood to let the Von Erichs take over the match (as was their wont). There was this great bit where he hit a piledriver on Kevin and sat there cackling like a maniac afterwards. Kevin obviously potatoed everybody and whipped them with belts and bonked them with cowboy boots. At one point he nailed Gordy in the head with a belt buckle and you could tell by Gordy's reaction ("oh, motherFUCKER!") that it stung. Finish isn't great, but if you're gonna throw out a Badtreet match for being too out of control then I suppose this ticked all the boxes.


Pentagon, Blue Panther, Psicosis & Fuerza Guerrera v Octagon, Rey Misterio Jr., El Hijo del Santo & La Parka (AAA, 6/18/95)

It's been ages since I've watched any AAA trios (or 8-man tags). It was through AAA that I first started getting into lucha, with things like the Gringos Locos/Santo feud, Rey/Psicosis and Rey/Juventud. I guess it's pretty cliche now, but I was familiar with those guys, so like a lot of people at the time they were my gateway. There isn't a ton of AAA I'd have much interest in re-watching now, but there's some stuff I've watched recently enough to know it's still for me. I'd like to watch the 3/95 trios again to see how this compares with it, but this still feels like one of the best matches AAA ever had. The tecnicos were unstoppable in that primera. Park's footwork and preening had Panther tangled up in the ropes and Fuerza scrambling to keep up. Santito took on all comers at once and made them all look foolish, especially Fuerza who we know was never, ever above playing the fool. Rey was a jumping bean. Octagon...well, Octagon mostly kept out the way, but when he did take centre stage he never balked. You don't get much matwork in a 90s AAA trios/8-man; it was a promotion having a red hot run built on flash and highspots from Pena's creations. I guess that's why a lot of it doesn't hold up quite so well today, now that we're at the point where the highspots have been topped by things more audacious, but sometimes you get a match where everything just clicks and it's not the highspots themselves that draw you in. This had some real bite to it, so all the tecnicos' flash in the first caida felt like it was intended to either humiliate or hurt. Rey Jr. wasn't just running guys in circles for the sake of it, he was doing it to let them know they couldn't keep up. The rudos couldn't handle him and Rey was letting everyone know it. "The spots had substance" is one of those blanket terms you could apply to anything to explain why it made sense (I'm positive I've used that line plenty of times before myself), but this really felt like it had more to it than your standard AAA trios. You had the highspots, you had the flash, but it was the way they held it all together with the animosity that elevated it. That animosity of course led to the rudo beatdown, because there was only ever going to be so long before they'd had enough. There aren't many better beatdowns in a AAA trios than this. Psicosis was determined to cave Santo's skull in with a chair, Fuerza was fouling everyone he could and Park was made to pay big time for the early grandstanding. And when Panther finally got his hands on Misterio, little Rey couldn't bounce away from that ass beating. When the tecnicos make their comeback we get one of the best Santo rampages you'll ever see. He went fucking berserk on Psicosis, hammering him with a chair then wrapping it around his head and throwing him into the post. The cherry on top was the dive train, with Psicosis' utterly insane tope suicida being the pick of the bunch. If you had me come up with an all time AAA top 10 this would definitely be there.


Yoshiaki Fujiwara v Super Tiger (UWF, 9/11/85)

I don't remember if this was their best match together, but all of them were great so I guess it doesn't really matter. I did remember Fujiwara being incredible in the whole series, and yeah, he was incredible in this match. I wouldn't necessarily say it was a carry job, but Sayama was there to kick hard and full force kneedrop Fujiwara in the head. Other than that you watch this for the Fujiwara. Their dynamic was always pure striker v grappler. That was the thread running through all of their bouts. Fujiwara doesn't want to stand up with Sayama, and why would he when he's the grandmaster of submissions? Sayama has quick feet and isn't in Fujiwara's league on the deck, so he has no reason to want to take it there. It's the simplest shoot style dynamic you can get (behind the Ikeda/Ishikawa "smash each other in the brain until we forget basic motor skills" dynamic, I guess). Fujiwara does a few feints early on and the crowd picks up on this by chuckling, which I love because it's Fujiwara being a carny and everyone appreciates that. He then takes Sayama down and completely dominates him. Sayama cannot do a thing and Fujiwara knows it. The half crab is one of those dogshit early shoot style holds that would often bring a match to a halt, but watch Fujiwara work it in this match to completely opposite effect. He works the kneebar initially, transitions into the crab, uses his own foot to kick Sayama's other leg out as he's trying to alleviate pressure. He leans back on it and MAKES Sayama try and fight out. When they go back to the kneebar - another hold that could be lifeless - Fujiwara makes a point of covering his face with his free hand because he knows Tiger will try and kick him to get free. Sure enough Tiger tries to heel him in the face, but Fujiwara has it scouted. It's that attention to detail that makes him the king. After about ten minutes of this Sayama finally scores a knockdown, then hits a jumping kneedrop with his entire body weight coming down on Fujiwara's head. When Fujiwara gets back up he forces Sayama into the corner and motherfucking cracks him with a closed fist, and things only escalate from there. Sayama's kicks are thrown with more venom and when they connect Fujiwara is feeling them. He isn't catching them like he was at the start, they're getting through his defence and dropping him for 8 and 9 counts. Fujiwara throws headbutts and Sayama rubs his head and looks at Fujiwara like he would love nothing more than to cave his face in. Finish is typical Fujiwara. You let your guard down for one second, leave yourself open even a little, he'll make you pay. Nobody is better at the out-of-nowhere submission than Fujiwara. This was a master at work and I now feel like I need to watch this entire series all over again.


So there we have it. Whiskey & Wrestling's 500th post. Here's to five hunner more!
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          Só prova satânica selaria em definitivo ligação entre Temer e Loures, diz Janot   
Seria preciso uma "prova satânica, quase impossível" para selar definitivamente a ligação entre Michel Temer e a mala com R$ 500 mil carregada por seu ex-assessor Rodrigo Rocha Loures.
Assim o procurador-geral da República, Rodrigo Janot, rebateu críticas de que a inédita denúncia de corrupção passiva contra um presidente em exercício, que apresentou na segunda (26), é frágil -faltaria a "prova cabal" para associar o peemedebista ao dinheiro.
Janot fez um trocadilho com "prova diabólica", termo jurídico que significa prova excessivamente difícil de ser produzida.
O problema é que ninguém "passa recibo" para esse tipo de atividade ilícita, então o fundamental é "olhar a narrativa" e "apresentar indícios fortes" que liguem o denunciado ao crime, disse Janot neste sábado (1), em debate no 12 Congresso da Abraji (Associação Brasileira de Jornalismo Investigativo).
Já há 20, 25 anos, em começo de carreira na Procuradoria, ele e colegas se questionavam sobre o tema, contou. "Não é possível que, para pegar um picareta, tenho que tirar fotografia do sujeito tirando carteira do bolso do outro. Esse tipo de prova é satânica, quase impossível."
E veio a pergunta da plateia: a evidência seria satânica pela dificuldade de obtê-la ou pelo sujeito a que se refere? Era uma chacota com o falso boato de que Temer seria adepto do satanismo.
Janot estava ali na condição de "entrevistado mais procurado da República", brincou a mediadora do debate, a jornalista Renata Lo Prete (Globo News). "Mas sem tornozeleira [eletrônica]", rebateu um bem-humorado Janot.
Em uma hora e meia de conversa, ele falou sobre a polêmica delação premiada dos irmãos Joesley e Wesley Batista e contemporizou as alardeadas divergências com sua sucessora na PGR, Raquel Dodge, e com o presidente do Tribunal Superior Eleitoral, Gilmar Mendes.
Com ambos conserva apenas rachas "teóricos", afirmou o procurador que chegou a dizer, sem mencionar o nome, que Mendes teve uma "disenteria verbal" após o ministro acusar, em março, a Procuradoria de repassar informações sigilosas da Lava Jato para jornalistas.
Lo Prete provocou, lembrando que o próprio Gilmar lhe sugeriu formular assim uma questão sobre a relação dos dois: "O Brasil inteiro já entendeu que os senhores não se gostam".
"Não tenho nenhum conflito com ele, zero", respondeu Janot. "Todas as vezes em que tive que me dirigir a ele de uma maneira um pouco mais dura", afirmou, "foi legítima defesa".
Lembrou que ele e Gilmar são da mesma geração e tomaram posse na Procuradoria juntos, em 1984. Naquela década, Janot foi estudar na Itália, e o colega, na Alemanha. O hoje procurador-geral contou que volta e meia visitava Gilmar no país vizinho, e eles tomavam "sorvete" (logo depois consertou: sorvete, não, "cerveja!").
"Éramos do mesmo grupo. A vida foi encaminhando cada um para o seu lado."
Definiu como "legítima" a escolha de Raquel Dodge, que tomará seu lugar quando ele deixar a chefia da PGR, em setembro. Temer a pinçou da lista tríplice para o cargo promovida pela ANPR (Associação Nacional dos Procuradores da República). Ela era a segunda colocada, em detrimento do postulante mais votado, Nicolao Dino, próximo a Janot.
"O importante é o nome ser escolhido dentro da lista, e isso ele [Temer] fez."
O procurador disse "fazer parte do processo" recentes decisões do Supremo Tribunal Federal que reverteram dois entendimentos da PGR: a soltura do "deputado da mala", Rocha Loures (PMDB-PR), e o retorno de Aécio Neves (PMDB-MG) ao Senado.
Outro tópico em debate: a imunidade aos irmãos Joesley e Wesley Batista teria sido excessivamente benevolente? Janot foi enfático: faria tudo de novo. "Se você me perguntar se eu faria de novo, hoje afirmo tranquilamente que faria."
Pediu, então, que mudassem "o foco da questão". "Vocês estariam me perguntando assim: 'Você é um louco... Como alguém chega, lhe apresenta altas autoridades da República praticando crime em curso [do mandato], e você não faz nada, não aceitou fazer acordo com essa pessoa? Você deixou que o crime continuasse a ser praticado."
O procurador remontou a negociação com Joesley: o futuro delator diz que não abre mão da "não denúncia" e revela uma "provinha" do que tem. "Aí mostra um pedaço da gravação [com Temer]."
Que escolha ele tinha? A de Sofia, disse Janot: "Vou não fazer o acordo e fingir que não vi isso?".
"É fácil ser herói retroativo" e questionar o acordo agora, diz Janot, que logo argumenta: caso se recusasse a negociar com os irmãos Batista, o caso judicial contra eles iria à primeira instância, e lá se iriam anos de processo arrastado na Justiça.
"O cara não deixou de ser bandido", afirmou. Mas não se contentaria com menos: para entregar os peixes grandes, não poderia ser denunciado. Era sua condição. "Não adianta chegar para o colaborador e dizer: 'Meu amigo Joesley, venha aqui. Vou te propor acordo, beleza? Vou te dar uma caixa de bombom Garoto. Gosta de pão de mel? Vou te dar pão de mel."
Indagado pelo público, o mineiro falou ainda sobre sua segurança, uma vez que suas denúncias atingem altas autoridades do país. "Na minha terra dizem assim: para morrer, basta estar vivo. Sim, eu ando com segurança, já recebi ameaça, não vamos ser ingênuos. Mas na minha cabeça e na dos meus colegas, é o seguinte: se acontecer alguma coisa comigo, a confusão é muito maior. Eles têm é que estar rezando para eu não escorregar no sabão e bater a cabeça na banheira."
O procurador terminou sua participação no congresso dizendo que pretende aproveitar ao máximo o tempo que lhe resta no cargo. "Enquanto houver bambu, lá vai flecha. Até o 17 de setembro, a caneta está na minha mão. Vou continuar nesse ritmo."

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          Remo de Travesía: Gustavo y Martín Bragan correrán la Regata "Vuelta Isla Victoria"   
Este domingo 2 de julio, los remeros del Campana Boat Club Gustavo y Martín Bragán competirán en la regata "Vuelta Isla Victoria" que organiza el Club de Regatas Hispano Argentino ...
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El 16 de julio se desarrollarán elecciones para la designación de una nueva Comisión Directiva en el Campana Boat Club y, en esa marco, se presentó la lista "Todos x CBC" ...
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          Dockhand - Winefred Lake Lodge - Conklin, AB   
Assisting guests with equipment rentals, reviewing equipment usage and items included with rental boat. Participate in all dock operations including cleaning... $148 a day
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          Comment on Mongol Invasions 101, Lesson 1 by Huy Tran   
I strongly support for your hypothesis about Trần Nhật Hiệu's "two characters". He really feared that someone might hear his "secret". Trần Thái Tông clearly understood the case. He took a small boat to visit the large boat of Defender-in-chief, the temporary "house" of Trần Nhật Hiệu. Hiệu confided to Trần Thái Tông's because they were endearing siblings. Btw, I'd like to correct just a small thing: according to Dai Viet Su Ki Toan Thu (Nhà xuất bản Khoa Học Xã Hội, 1993), Nhật Hiệu didn't trace in the water beside the boat the two characters but he used water (as "ink") to write the two characters on a boat side ( http://www.informatik.uni-leipzig.de/~duc/sach/dvsktt/dvsktt10a.html )
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          Le Chalet de Iles -- Restaurant Review    

POUR DÉJEUNER OU DÎNER, LE RESTAURANT EST OUVERT DU LUNDI AU SAMEDI DE 12H À 15H ET DE 19H30 À 22H30 ET LE DIMANCHE DE 12H À 15H ET DE 19H30 À 22H 
BRUNCH TOUS LES DIMANCHES DE 12H A 15H
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Rating Standards: 5-Stars = Extraordinary; 4-Stars = Excellent; 3-Stars = Average; 2-Stars = Fair; 1-Star = Poor
€ = Inexpensive: 30€ and under; €€ = Moderate: 31€-49€; €€€ = Expensive: €50 -75; €€€€ = Very Expensive: more than €76 (prices based on minimum 2-courses)
1-Bell = Pleasantly quiet (less than 65 decibels); 2-Bells = Can talk easily (65-70); 3-Bells = Talking normally gets difficult (70-80); 4-Bells = Can talk only in raised voices (75-90); BOMB = Too noisy for normal conversation (90+)


3 - Star......................................................€€......................................................... 1 - Bell



At the recommendation of a friend, we decided to go to this restaurant. Not the easiest place to go to from Paris center, but it's manageable and also the walk to the park is quite lovely. The restaurant is situated on a small island in the "Bois de Bologne".  In order to get there you have to take a little shuttle boat that takes maybe 2-3 minutes to get there. If you go there for lunch or dinner, tell the boat driver, otherwise you have to pay for the ride, but it's minimal at 1.50€



Originally we sat outdoors in a lovely terrace facing the lake. As we were perusing the menu and the specials for the day, the skies opened up and started pouring like crazy, so all of us patrons ran up to the main indoor dining area.  They did have a large balcony with a few tables, which we managed to commandeer, but the interior was lovely, and they were able to accommodate all of us.


ENTRÉES

We decided to share the entrées and in fact they recommend sharing them.  We had the eggplant rolls with chèvre cheese, shrimp, white asparagus and Iberian ham.

Shrimp. They were breaded and was almost like tempura. Nice and crispy and it came with a sweet chili sauce.

White asparagus. Blanched and cooked perfectly. it was served with a side of salad.

Eggplant. chèvre was rolled in zucchini, was tasty, but nothing out of the ordinary.

Iberian ham. They were good, and served with toasted bread.

Overall, it was a nice start, but nothing out of the ordinary.


PLATS

Pintade. I ordered the special of the day which guinea fowl. It was accompanied with quinoa and a tzatziki. The pintade was very, very overcooked. The quinoa was cold and the tzaziki was just, eh? Overall, it was a very underwhelming dish.

One person ordered the chicken, I did not taste it, but was told that it was unevenly cooked.







DESSERTS

We shared the desserts.

Rhubarb crumble.  We agreed that this was absolutely delicious. Typically, you don't get enough rhubarb, but this dessert had loads of rhubarb and had a dollop of strawberry sorbet. It was an excellent dessert.





Café gourmand. In France it is coffee accompanied with some petite-fours.  Typically they're the standard desserts such as a chocolate mousse, a cake and crème brulée. This had 4 little tidbits of a chocolate cake, a sweetened pâte à choux, a cake and a meringue. Good, but nothing out of the ordinary.




SUMMARY

If you're coming here and expecting haute cuisine, then turn around cause this is not the place for you. You come here for the beauty of the park, the ambience of being in nature and overlooking the lake, and food is secondary, then go. You definitely don't come here for the food. The food is mediocre at best; however, the service is excellent. Very attentive and I was impressed how they made sure we all took cover and were all seated comfortably and did not miss a beat with our orders. I bumped up the rating because of the atmosphere and the service was excellent. Would we go back, sure on a lovely warm sunny day to enjoy the views.

For 4-entrées, 4-plats, 2-desserts, 2-coffees, 1 bottle of wine, 1-beer, our bill came to 255.30€ for 4-people or 63.83€ per person.
          This week in apps: Hail an UberBOAT, be green, fight UFOs, and much more   
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          Comment on Life on the Hook: Sausalito’s Floating ‘Homeless’ by Frog Lover   
When I was staying at a houseboat on Gate 5 Road, Tad, the guy next door, came by to ask if I had seen his skiff. A liveout who used to be the accountant for The Kinks, had borrowed it a few days earlier but not seen since. Tad (now an Oakland ferry captain) was worried because another liveout had died on his boat some weeks before. Some of the liveouts are legendary, such as the woman who raised goats and chickens on her barge and the person with the dome on a small barge.
          Comment on Life on the Hook: Sausalito’s Floating ‘Homeless’ by alex carter   
For short periods as a kid I lived on a boat in a marina and there were anchored types living there too. It's a rough crowd, a sort of present-day version of Jack London's shady and often menacing port town characters. We kids were sheltered from a lot but there were drugs and even murder. Murder on the low seas lol. Looking back it seems like it was such fun (well except for the murder and I guess the drugs) but aside from the joys of rowing around and stuff, we were always dirty, smelly, and there were about 16 ways to get hurt every day.
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          Labor Mobility and Wages of the Rich Country Poor, Part One: Analysis and Implications of the Mariel Boatlift   

George Borjas has a 2015 paper on the Mariel boatlift experience arguing that, although the large and rapid influx of migrants did not affect average wages or low-skill wages, a small, demographically arbitrary, group experienced large negative wage impacts. In this blog post I want to address two technical points about this finding and then address more conceptual points about the policy implications of this general type of finding of distributional impacts in Part Two.

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          Impressions Of Amsterdam, Netherlands   
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Sunny Amsterdam
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Boating on one of the smaller canals.
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Bicycles, hollyhock and three doors
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One of the small shopping streets in the center of town.
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Boat house maintenance
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Bikes, bikes everywhere
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Amsterdam's flower market
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More blooms
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Large Amaryllis bulbs
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and tulip bulbs, too
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The Rijksmuseum
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Guards protecting Rembrandt van Rijn's The Night Watch
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The Holy Family, Boxwood statue by Jan van Doorne
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Replica of ships
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Day trip to Zaanse Schans
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Old windmills
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A family of swans in the Dutch countryside
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Rijsttafel at restaurant Blauw

Amsterdam is a delight and every time I visit, I fall in love with the City more.  What is there not to like?  Picturesque canals, beautiful old buildings, great museums, lots of small, cheap restaurants, and  cafés everywhere.  Add to that the fact that almost everyone bicycles or takes public transportation, and you have an inner-city that has almost no more car traffic, which makes it incredibly walkable.
The Dutch are amazingly friendly and welcoming and all speak fluent English, which makes it so easy to find ones way around town.

My last visit to Amsterdam was quite a few years ago, when my kids were small.  Mr. Pardon Me and I had rented a houseboat in the Joordan section for a week and explored the city with both kids in tow.  This time,  my husband and I rented a lovely apartment near the Rijksmuseum and the Vondelpark.
We stayed five days, which was too short to explore everything the City has to offer, but just as in Oslo the week before, we gave it a good try.  We visited the Rijksmuseum twice, explored the
Stedelijk Museum, the Van Gogh Museum,  the Rembrand House, and saw a Banksy exhibit at the Moco Museum.

We visited several markets, including the flower market, which was my favorite by far.  Stalls and stalls of the freshest flowers for just a few Euros made me want to buy a bouquet of each.
In between, we walked for miles, admiring the old canal houses, the charming house boats, and dreaming of moving here.

One morning,  we got up early and took a bus out of town to Zaanse Schans to see several still-working windmills, which were beautiful, but since the place was over-run by hordes of tourists that were spilling out of huge bus tours, we did not stay long and made our way back into Amsterdam.

Both Mr. Pardon Me and I had been looking forward to eating Indonesian food during our visit and had checked out several restaurants that serve rijsttafel. Oh, it is so good! During our stay, we tried three different Indonesian places. Blauw was my favorite, but Kartika was excellent as well.  We also enjoyed a meal at Nooch, an Asian-fusion place that was quite good.
And with a glass of Prosecco and fresh draft beer at 4 Euros on average, we took full advantage.

Amsterdam is such a lively, happy place and its citizens truly enjoy an enviable quality of life.  Next time, I think we need to stay longer.

Our next stop is France and our family 's home in the Auvergne. Stay tuned.
And to all my friends back in Brooklyn, have a  wonderful long week-end.

When you arrive in Lyon, France and see a rainbow in the sky. How perfect is that?

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          Video di Francesco Totti sul palco di Tiziano Ferro all’Olimpico con i figli Cristian e Chanel: “Grazie Roma”   

Francesco Totti da Tiziano Ferro a Roma

Francesco Totti sul palco di Tiziano Ferro con i figli Cristian e Chanel ringrazia la città di Roma. In occasione del secondo spettacolo di Tiziano Ferro allo Stadio Olimpico di Roma, Francesco Totti è stato invitato all'evento con sua moglie Ilary e con i figli Cristian e Chanel. Il numero 10 della Roma è stato accolto sul palco con un boato di felicità da parte del pubblico che non si aspettava di vedere Totti al concerto-evento del tour Il mestiere della vita. Dopo le bellissime parole spese da Tiziano Ferro durante il primo concerto all'Olimpico del 28 giugno, a proposito di Francesco Totti (lo aveva definito un "eroe buono"), il "Pupone" è salito direttamente sul palco per un ringraziamento speciale di persona. ''Francesco noi ti ringraziamo perché gente come te ci fa essere orgogliosi di stare qua'', ha dichiarato Tiziano Ferro che ha già chiarito il suo non essere legato ad una squadra di calcio piuttosto che ad un'altra ma di apprezzare Francesco Totti a prescindere dai colori della maglietta. ''Grazie a te di avermi invitato sul palco, grazie Roma'', è stata la risposta di Francesco Totti. ''Non devi dire niente. La tua presenza ha cambiato il volto e la vita di questa città per sempre. Siamo onorati di averti qua'', ha incalzato il cantautore di Latina che presenta in tour i suoi migliori successi e i brani del disco Il mestiere della vita. Il video:

È il grande #capitano #francescototti al #concerto #tizianoferrotour2017 #stadioolimpicoroma #roma

Un post condiviso da Francesca Masi. I ❤️ NY (@francymasi_1973) in data:

Il tour di Tiziano Ferro continua secondo i seguenti appuntamenti:
4 e 5 luglio Bari, Arena della Vittoria 8 luglio Messina, Stadio San Filippo 12 luglio Salerno, Stadio Arechi 15 luglio Firenze, Stadio Franchi
I biglietti per i concerti sono in prevendita su TicketOne, online, nei punti vendita autorizzati e via call center.
          Oceanhorn: Monster of Uncharted Seas (NS) Review   
This is a familiar game on this last day of June. It's been reviewed twice across three different platforms so far. This Nintendo Switch review of Oceanhorn: Monster of Uncharted Seas is now SuperPhillip Central's third look at the game. What can I say -- I'm a sucker for Legend of Zelda-like adventures! Here's my review of Oceanhorn: Monster of Uncharted Seas for the Nintendo Switch, recently released on the Nintendo eShop for $14.99.

Doesn't out Zelda Zelda, of course, but Oceanhorn is a competent Zelda-like all the same.


Oceanhorn: Monster of Uncharted Seas has seen a release on multiple platforms in the past (I even reviewed it once on iOS and then a second time on the PlayStation 4), and now this Zelda-inspired game is on the Nintendo Switch. Finally, a game modeled after Zelda releases for a platform made by the company behind the storied franchise.

You might wonder why you would want to even bother with a secondhand Zelda-like when there is the real deal already on the system and in a big way with The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild. For one, Oceanhorn doesn't have full 3D movement or even an open world. It's an isometric action-adventure game whose areas span multiple elevations and the like, and exploration is occasionally based off of mastering how to cross the undulating areas for treasure and special points of events. The second reason that Oceanhorn might be of interest to not just Zelda fans but those who crave an actual-adventure game on a budget is that the game is overall rather good. It doesn't make huge strides towards shaking things up or pushing innovation, but Oceanhorn is a consistent and enjoyable gaming experience regardless.

The isometric camera angle and focus on elevation gives Oceanhorn a unique hook despite being a Zelda clone.
Oceanhorn starts off relatively slowly, introducing the basics of the game to players on the Hermit's Island. Your nameless hero wakes up and talks to the titular hermit living on the island, and is tasked with reclaiming his father's sword and shield in a nearby cave. The game doesn't hold your hand like many modern Zelda games had done so before Breath of the Wild, so all you really get for help are optional-to-read signposts along the way. The cave itself introduces simplistic puzzles to solve, but really, most, if not all of Oceanhorn's puzzles throughout the entire experience don't revolve around too much critical thinking. You won't really be perplexed all too long at all by any stretch of the imagination. Other than puzzles, mostly block-pushing fare, there's the typical need to find keys to unlock doors to progress. After you've acquired your dad's sword and shield, the true adventure begins.

It's then that you can go to new islands on the uncharted seas. However, there is a severely limited amount of freedom to do so than say another Legend of Zelda game, the GameCube's Wind Waker. Islands aren't automatically available to you on the ocean map. You have to talk to specific characters and examine certain objects to get keywords that will then open up those places for travel on the ocean. Not every island in the game is mandatory, but the story-related ones are usually quite easy to find their keyword to progress. The optional ones take a modest amount of exploring to uncover through the game.

Don't expect to sail with complete freedom in Oceanhorn. It's much more restricted here.
When you do actually set sail, you merely select an island to move across the ocean towards. Thankfully, if you change your mind on your destination, you can alter your course by selecting a new island mid-trip. At the start of the game, there is little interaction while sailing. You just sit and wait until you arrive at your intended island of choice and that's it. Thankfully, your small boat sails at a speedy enough clip that makes each trip serviceable instead of completely tedious. Once you reach a certain point in the game, you get a seed cannon added to the boat, allowing you to shoot at boxes, mines, and enemies in the water for coins, ammo, and other goodies.

Playing Oceanhorn features controls that are responsive but sluggish combat. Sword swipes don't always hit their targets, so you can sometimes be swinging wildly to no effect, only hitting rocks and walls instead of enemies. That said, movement with the Switch's analog stick is great. Much better than what was offered on mobile, and equal in feel to the PlayStation 4 and I imagine any other dedicated gaming system controls. Only one sub-item and one magic spell can be equipped at once, but they can be cycled through with the up and down directions of the left Joycon's d-pad. Sub-items include Zelda mainstays like bombs and a bow and arrow, but also a boot that allows you to jump over square-long chasms with ease.

Combat is sufficient enough, but does have its slight issues.
Oceanhorn has an upgrade system for your character that rewards you with experience for defeating enemies, uncovering experience shards within treasure chests, and completing certain island goals. These are as simple as reading 10 signs, pushing blocks 100 times, mandatory story-related objectives, and more. When you reach enough experience, your level increases, rewarding you with a new bonus such as the ability to carry more bombs and arrows, an increase to your energy meter, and so forth.

Like any dungeon of value, this forest dungeon has its fair share of puzzles and exploration.
Outside of the isometric view and the experience system, Oceanhorn strays a little too closely to The Legend of Zelda series' formula and structure. For instance, the item set is traditional Zelda, dungeons house small keys, puzzles, and most obviously the Master Key that unlocks the dungeon's main treasure and boss door (very Zelda, that one), and you need to acquire four heart containers to increase your health. But some of the influences of Zelda just aren't executed as well, such as many of the boss battles that feel low in polish.

While this one ups the ante puzzle and challenge-wise.
Despite these moments of error, Oceanhorn: Monster of Uncharted Seas on the Nintendo Switch is an engaging adventure from beginning to end. Obviously it's been good enough and enjoyable enough that I've managed to play through it on three separate occasions on three different platforms. Each time, of course, I see more and more minor flaws that change my overall thoughts of the game. One part that remains great to me is the presentation with a lovely soundtrack mostly by Kalle Ylitalo with some additions by famous Japanese composers Nobuo Uematsu of Final Fantasy fame and Kenji Ito of Mana and SaGa series fame. The world is colorful and delightful to look at, though with the block-based world design, you can see small holes occasionally between adjacent corners of blocks. It's definitely dated graphically, especially since it was originally a lower budget mobile game from years ago, but I overall like the look of Oceanhorn.

If you want a different kind of Zelda-like gameplay romp on your Nintendo Switch with a campaign that will last you at least 7-10 hours if you're not rushing through just to finish the game but actually exploring the world, then Oceanhorn: Monster of Uncharted Seas isn't a game you should sleep on. You may have on another platform already, so if that's the case, there really is no benefit of getting the Switch version again unless you really want to have the privilege of switching between docked play and portable play at any time. Oceanhorn is indeed a Zelda clone, but it being isometric and overall competently designed makes it a winner and a fun game to replay in my books -- or, in this case, adventure log.

[SPC Says: B]

Review copy provided by FDG Entertainment.
          Sandblaster Painters - Heddle Marine Service Inc. - Hamilton, ON   
Experienced Sandblaster 's and Painters required in Hamilton , for large shipyard working on cargo ships, Tugboats, Coast Guard Vessels, Car & Passenger
From Indeed - Mon, 20 Mar 2017 20:18:25 GMT - View all Hamilton, ON jobs
          Tiroteio nos EUA com 28 feridos pode ser disputa de gangues, diz polícia   

O chefe de polícia da cidade de Little Rock, Kenton Buckner, disse neste sábado que os investigadores acreditam que o tiroteio em uma boate no centro da cidade na madrugada de sábado, onde 28 pessoas ficaram feridas, pode estar relacionado com uma briga de gangues. A polícia acredita que várias pessoas dispararam tiros durante um …

Tiroteio nos EUA com 28 feridos pode ser disputa de gangues, diz polícia (Repórter Diário)


          Beale alega ‘razões pessoais’ ao deixar o São Paulo e enaltece Rogério Ceni   

Michael Beale usou neste sábado as redes sociais para explicar a sua demissão do cargo de auxiliar técnico do São Paulo. O inglês postou uma mensagem em português no Instagram e tentou acabar com alguns boatos que surgiram sobre a sua saída. “Não é verdade que estamos infelizes vivendo aqui, tivemos uma experiência maravilhosa. A …

Beale alega ‘razões pessoais’ ao deixar o São Paulo e enaltece Rogério Ceni (Repórter Diário)


          Barney Builds a Kayak   
This video is, in reality, a field test of a new Canon DSLR from DPReview. But the subject matter is the building a Seawolf skin-on-frame kayak. So yes, there's lots of camera blah blah blah...but it's also a nice, if quick, look at the construction of a traditional styled-kayak.


          Canoe paintings by Winslow Homer   
I've been wanting to do some visual art that connects with what it feels like to go out in small boats and explore the waters around me. Recently I learned of a celebrated watercolour artist called Winslow Homer (1836-1910), whose work was strongly inspired by canoeing.

This painting, from a private collection, is called Canoes in the Rapids, Saguenay River.

Check out the website for Winslow Homer's art, where you'll find over 500 images of his paintings. There are small boats of many kinds to admire here, from sloops to adirondack flat-bottom boats and many canoes..
          Messing About in Boats   


"Believe me, my young friend, there is NOTHING—absolutely nothing—half so much worth doing as simply messing about in boats…In or out of 'em, it doesn't matter. Nothing seems really to matter, that's the charm of it. Whether you get away, or whether you don't; whether you arrive at your destination or whether you reach somewhere else, or whether you never get anywhere at all, you're always busy, and you never do anything in particular; and when you've done it there's always something else to do, and you can do it if you like, but you'd much better not. Look here! If you've really nothing else on hand this morning, supposing we drop down the river together, and have a long day of it?"
~ from The Wind in the Willows by Kenneth Grahame, illustration by E.H. Shepard. Click here for a link to Project Gutenberg's free download of the classic book!
          Heroic rescues at Tofino whale watching accident   
There's more news from Tofino about the accident that saw the sinking of Leviathan II, a 20-metre -long vessel used for whale watching. At least five people have been confirmed dead, and the search continues for a sixth who is presumed dead in the cold waters off Vancouver Island.
The only boat to see a signal flare from the accident site was a fishing boat with Ken Brown and Clarence Smith. These Ahousaht fishermen rushed to the scene and put out the call for help on their radio. CBC has an article here about the rescue.


updated later:


CTV's 11:00pm report on Tuesday pointed out that with the closure of Uclulet's Coast Guard base, the Coast Guard base at Powell River is responsible for the whole west coast. The rock where passengers were clinging is known locally to fishermen as "Bare Rock" but it's not labelled that on official charts. Only someone with local knowledge would know where that little islet actually was. Luckily, some of the Tofino Coast Guard were able to receive the radio call from Clarence Smith, CTV reported.


Or were they? An in-depth article from Ha-Shilth-Sa website has even more to say about the rescue. When Clarence Smith couldn't make himself understood to Tofino Coast Guard on Channel 16, he switched over to the radio frequency used by Ahousaht First Nation. Reception was good, and boats were there in minutes.


This incident is a real reminder to all small boat users to be prepared with your own boat's safety gear. It's easy to feel strong and capable and in control of my boat, but no one controls the weather or a rogue wave. It's been a while since our paddle group did safety practise, towing each other and practising wet re-entries and more. We'll have to at least do knot practise while watching a video, and learn more about search-and-rescue procedure.


The incident is also a reminder for paddlers to write to their newly-elected MPs (no postage stamp needed!) to call for support and restoring of Coast Guard services that have been closed or under-supplied.
          Tofino Whale Watching Accident   
The CBC has news from Tofino today (Sunday Oct 25) that a whale watching boat sank off Tofino on the west coast of Vancouver Island. Four people are reported dead, others are in hospital. Click here for a link to the story on CBC's website.
Here's another link to the story on CTV, which reports many people in the community were quick to respond to the tragedy with help as it was needed -- Ahousaht First Nations people in boats, other whale-watching boats, and also local residents opening their homes to shelter those who were hurt or chilled in the cold water.
Global News had a breaking report on the news late Sunday afternoon.

Update on Monday:
The CBC has an update confirming the deaths of five British people during the sinking of MV Leviathan II about four pm on Sunday October 25. The local boat users searched long after darkness fell, because another person is still missing. You can read their article here, including some short video clips and statements from people in Tofino.
          New Book from Jennifer Kingsley   
A year ago, we carried a book review here on Kayak Yak -- a review of Jennifer Kingsley's wonderful book Paddlenorth: Adventure, Resilience, and Renewal in the Arctic Wild. Sure, her paddling adventures on the Back River in Canada's far north were amazing, but what's she been doing lately? Why, another book on paddling in the far north.
Here's a guest post today on Kayak Yak, written by Helaine Becker for Sci/Why, a blog by Canadian writers of science books for children. She's graciously allowed us to borrow this post!


Meet The North 
posted by Helaine Becker

Paddling North
I recently had the good fortune to meet author Jennifer Kingsley at the Lakefield Literary Festival. I was completely taken with her, and with her story of her current project: circumnavigating the Arctic via word of mouth. She'd talk to someone, who would tell her about someone else in the north she should meet, go see that person, talk to them and get another recommendation, and so on. How fabulous, I thought! How brilliant a demo of the science of communication, in action!

Jennifer Kingsley
I asked Jennifer if she'd talk to Sci-Why, and she very graciously agreed. She sent me her answers to my questions from Greenland, where she is now deep in her project.

Here is the interview:

1. Tell us a little bit about who you are, what you do and how you get started on the Meet the North Project.
I'm a Canadian who loves the outdoors, and I express that in two different ways. One: I'm a guide and naturalist, and I work on sailboats and ships in different parts of the world, primarily the Arctic. Two: I'm a writer and radio producer always looking for ways to bring stories and sounds out of remote regions and into the imaginations of my audience.
My first book is called Paddlenorth: Adventure, Resilience, and Renewal in the Arctic Wild, and it's about a 54-day canoe expedition across the Canadian Arctic.
2. Paddlenorth  is terrific. I was so intrigued by your presentation at the Lakefield Festival, I got the book right away! It's full of adventure, of course. But also heart. And there's some serious drama and mystery too. Heart-thumping, page-turning mystery.

Now, you've embarked on a new adventure! Can you describe the Meet the North project for our readers?
Meet the North is my personal journey from WHAT is the Arctic to WHO is the Arctic. It's a project I created, and it's sponsored by Lindblad Expeditions/National Geographic.
Here's the skinny about Meet the North from the project web site www.meetthenorth.org:

#meetthenorth is a project about the lives of northerners from
Svalbard to Greenland, Iceland, the Canadian Arctic, and beyond.
These are among the most remarkable places on Earth, and the
best way to understand them is to ask those who know them best.
This project gets its direction from the people of the north.
Their ideas set our path; we listen, and we follow their lead.
By meeting one person at a time, and by asking that person to
introduce us to someone new, we are getting to know the
Arctic community, and we are sharing our journey with you.

Join the adventure on Instagram at #meetthenorth 

and by following @meetthenorth. Follow the
stories on this website too.




3. Sooooo coool! To my mind, your project is science in action, in that through your project, you are demonstrating and investigating human communication. Do you agree? Can you elaborate?
Meet the North is absolutely about human communication. It's about having a strong vision . . . but not much of a plan. I let the people that I meet set my path, so it's not until they introduce me to someone new that I know where I am going next. I think you could call it social science; it's similar to Snowball Sampling, which is used by some anthropologists.
I think what makes this project valuable and different is that it values the contribution of each individual. It's not about mapping the entire fabric; it's about finding one true thread.
4. It seems to me your project will provide valuable scientific data for use in other fields. Can you elaborate on that?
I believe that this project, and it's method, will help to uncover ideas and topics that would not be discovered otherwise. If I really want to know what is important to someone, I have to be very open. It doesn't serve me to come in with preconceived ideas, nor can I open with directive questions.
In this way, I think Meet the North could help fill out the picture painted by other work in other fields. It gives a human face to the data others are collecting. 
5. Can you describe one encounter you have already had, and what it revealed/meant to you?
I just got home from Iceland, and at the beginning of my time there, I had one meeting set up. That one meeting led me, through a series of introductions, to the far east corner of the country which has been, perhaps, the least impacted by the recent tourism boom. By making personal connections to a very out of the way place, I discovered a project I would never have heard about otherwise.

Way out there, in a municipality of 500 people, there is a movement afoot to turn a fjord into a container port. This will only make sense more than a decade from now, if sea ice melts in a certain way and if global politics take a certain turn. It's an attempt to involve Iceland in the evolving Arctic economy, when many Icelanders are opening guest houses and selling souvenirs. It was a whiff of the change in the air - still faint but indicative of big changes ahead. So we interviewed the man spearheading this initiative, out in the middle of the heath. Who knows what will be there 10 years from now.


 Thanks, Jennifer! Good luck with your project, and please keep us posted!

          Oil tanker collides with cargo ship in Dover Strait off UK - Washington Post   

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          Cycling to Victory -- In a Boat Race   
If your vision of sailing is being laid back on a deck, wind whipping through hair and accompanied by the sounds of gulls, sail flapping and waves lapping the hull, you’ll not believe what has become of competitive sailing. There...
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          Paddington Bear Creator Michael Bond Dies At 91   
Copyright 2017 NPR. To see more, visit STEVE INSKEEP, HOST: The writer who created Paddington Bear has died. Michael Bond was behind the well-mannered-but-accident-prone bear. RACHEL MARTIN, HOST: In 1958, readers first discovered the bear sitting on his suitcase at a London train station, having smuggled himself from, quote, "deepest, darkest Peru." (SOUNDBITE OF ARCHIVED RECORDING) UNIDENTIFIED MAN: (Reading) I'm not really supposed to be here at all. I'm a stowaway. I came all the way in a lifeboat, and I ate marmalade. Bears like marmalade. INSKEEP: Of course. MARTIN: That's a reading from the first book in Michael Bond's series. Paddington and his adopted family later starred in a TV series and a movie. (SOUNDBITE OF FILM, "PADDINGTON") HUGH BONNEVILLE: (As Henry Brown) You need a proper guardian. BEN WHISHAW: (As Paddington) What's that? SALLY HAWKINS: (As Mary Brown) It's a grown-up who takes you into their home, looks after you. WHISHAW: (As Paddington) Like you? HAWKINS: (As
          Dockhand - Winefred Lake Lodge - Conklin, AB   
Assisting guests with equipment rentals, reviewing equipment usage and items included with rental boat. Participate in all dock operations including cleaning... $148 a day
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          Sightseeing fleet launched after £2.5million takeover   
TOUR boat operator City Cruises has officially launched its York sightseeing fleet following the £2.5million takeover of York River Boats Cruising.
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          MARESIAS - Ria Formosa   
Compilation of my photos from Ria Formosa (Lagoon ecological sea system) in Algarve - Portugal. Must of the photos taken in Olhão (my home town) and nearby Music: Dream Theatre string quartet cover to "Peruvian Skies" ... photos slideshow sea ria formosa lagoon boat sunrise sunshine reflex relaxi dream theater string quartet peruvian skies



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          It?s a vacation everyday living in this beautiful gated beach community. (Connie Redden (VisualTour)) $525,000   
Discover what it's like to wake up every morning to magnificent views of the Sound and bay that will take your breath away. Enjoy beach living at it's finest with just about every water sport out your back door, fish, swim, crab, kayak and more. Take a stroll along the private beach and watch the eagles sore, find sea treasures and`take in the local culture this friendly gated beach community of Spee-Bi-Dah has to offers. Whether you are launching your boat to fish, ride your jet ski, have a picnic at the park by the fire pit, or fun at the play field or sports courts, there's something for everyone to do. It's easy access by boat and you may want to anchor in the bay and dinghy in for the weekend. You may want to put in your own mooring buoy! This 2 beds home with a lower living space and second kitchen makes for a perfect beach vacation home, residence or two homes under 1 roof with a separate entrance to the guest home. It's the perfect get Vacation get away!

          6097 Holiday Shores Avenue (American Listed) $629,900   
Presented by: ERA Mountain View Properties. Enjoy one Story Living, in this Beautiful three BEDROOMs/2.5 BATHROOMs Custom Built Waterfront Home, located in Desirable Community of Holiday Shores at Lake James. Home Features Open floor plan, Hard wood floors, Kitchen with Premium granite counters and Stainless Appliances. Over 2000 sq. feet in basement area, that could very easily be finished for additional living space. Home is located in a Deep, Peaceful Cove with Lake Views. Gentle Sloping on Lake Side of Home , Curved Stairs with Lighting, that lead to Large Dock with Boat Lift. Home is surrounded by 1.21 acres, with over 180' of lake frontage .

          Redding Two BR 1.5 BA, VACATION HOME..Immaculate cedar cabin (The Real Estate Group (The Real Estate Book)) $132,000   
VACATION HOME..Immaculate cedar cabin located in Silverthorn on Lake Shasta. Family dining room + deck overlook the lake. 2 beds + loft that easily fit 2 fullsize bedrooms. Covered boat slip on private dock room enough for a 27' patio boat. Kerosene heat, woodstove & evap cooling w/20 yr lease on USFS land. Walk to lake. Owner will carry with reasonable down.

          MUST SEE renovated Two BR/Two BA condo just steps away from the beach! (HomesAndLand.com (Homes & Land Magazine)) $329,900   
End unit offers a lot of light with a view of the canal and boats. Corner lot with no building next to it for extra privacy. Enjoy your view from two lanais (off master bedroom & living room) with a book or cup of coffee. Features include granite countertops, under mount sink, tray ceiling in kitchen, wood laminate flooring in the living space, newer carpet in both bedrooms, tile on the diagonal, new AIR CONDITIONING as of 2016, in-residence washer / dryer, walk in closets in both bedrooms, manual & electric hurricane shutters, and much more! Large under building end parking space included with ample guest parking available. Royal Pelican is located on the south end of Fort Myers Beach within walkable distance to shopping, restaurants, public marina, and a short stroll to the beach. Available amenities two heated community pools, club house, fishing piers, tennis courts, shuffleboard, and deeded beach access. Quick access to Lovers Key and Bonita Springs! Gulf access boat slips available for sale/rent.

          Holiday Beach (HomesAndLand.com (Homes & Land Magazine)) $379,000   
TURNKEY home built in 2015 on peaceful canal facing protected bird sanctuary. Enjoy water views through the hurricane impact windows from all 3 story. Open plan w/floor-to-ceiling windows & high-end kitchen w/SS appliances. Private dock equipped w/boat lift & lighted fish cleaning stand. $379,000

          2008 Ford Mondeo   

2008 Ford Mondeo

Asking Price: €2,300

Ford Mondeo 1.6 petrol ,very clean car ,good tyres Just had a new clutch fitted with receipt Comes with AC, front fogs, elec windows Nice family car

  • Category: Mondeo - Entered/Renewed 11 minutes ago

          2001 Ford Focus   

2001 Ford Focus

Asking Price: €550

Electric front windows Sun roof Alloy wheels Good condition Recently passed NCT Low mileage Ideal car for a new driver starting out 4 new tyres New battery

  • Category: Focus - Entered/Renewed 22 minutes ago

          2004 Bmw 318   

2004 Bmw 318

Asking Price: €1,500

BMW 318i SE NCT July 2018 and taxed until end of July. 140,000 miles and hasn't missed a beat Lots of service history and only 3 owners from new. Fresh oil and filters recently 2.0 petrol Multi functional steering wheel. Air conditioning Cream leather interior Nearly new Bridgestone tires on the rear. Few scratches around the body but in overall very good condition Please ring or text anytime for more information and to arrange a viewing. Really great car that I'll be sad to see go! 1500 ono Straight sale, no swaps

  • Category: 3 Series - Entered/Renewed 1 hour ago

          Toyota avensis   

Toyota avensis

Asking Price: €850

Nice car genuine sale due to upgrade.Air conditioningTow bar Cd playerBrakes recently doneGood tyresNever failed an NCTSpacious car -large bootVery good car never any trouble with it will go for ever,,


          2010 Bmw 318D M-Sport .   

2010 Bmw 318D M-Sport .

Asking Price: €10,500

Near Mint 2010 BMW 318D M-Sport Business edition. 3 owners from new. I have owned the car myself for the last 2 years, trouble free ! Sat Nav, Black M-Sport Leather heated seats, Parking sensors etc etc. Full stamped history to 90k. Serviced locally once since at 101k. . 10500 ovno, cash price. P/X will be a little higher. Price reflects condition and spec of the car. A rare spec car in great condition. Might consider a p/x in the 5k region , must be clean, with cash my way(Allroad, XC70, 535d, 530d ,CLS, E-Class) Not the troublesome N47D20 A/B engine so no timing chain issues with this. A fantastic machine always looked after properly. Classic car restoration forces sale.....No time wasters entertained. If you are in the market for a genuine, well looked after and maintained example do not hesitate to contact me. 320d 3 series E90


          2004 BMW X5 with LPG Conversion   

2004 BMW X5 with LPG Conversion

Asking Price: €4,400

BMW X5 3.0i Sport in excellent condition through out has air con, electric windows all round massive boot, 22 inch alloys Parrot Bluetooth phone kit Mass airflow sensor just replaced Disa valve just replaced All new wipers Removable tow bar THIS Was CONVERTED TO "LPG GAS" at a cost of 1,900 First to see will buy 4,900 ONO


          2004 Nissan Almera   

2004 Nissan Almera

Asking Price: €1,250

Immaculate condition. Nissan almera 1. 5 4dr tekna 2004 155,258 km (96,473 m) 1. 5 ltrs petrol manual blue 4 doors

  • Category: Almera - Entered/Renewed 4 hours ago

          2003 Audi A4   

2003 Audi A4

Asking Price: €800

T belt done at 107000 miles. Open for offers.

  • Category: A4 - Entered/Renewed 4 hours ago

          2008 Seat Leon Sport 1.9tdi Immaculate Condition Full stamped service history   

Absolute mint condition 1.9tdi sport seat Leon. Fully stamped service history with 8 stamps in the book. Timing belt kit done at 70,000 miles. 4 new tyres with 1 year remaining on NCT. Recently serviced 5/17. Complete with 5 spare alloys. 280 road tax

  • Category: Leon - Entered/Renewed 4 hours ago

          2004 Nissan Almera nct 3/18 tax 6/17   

Nct 3/18 tax 6/17 great condition inside and out drives 100% giving no problems 2 keys cheap for quick sale

  • Category: Almera - Entered/Renewed 5 hours ago

          2015 Ford Ranger 2.2 4x4 limited   

2015 Ford Ranger 2.2 4x4 limited

Asking Price: €30,950

Immaculate 2015 Ford Ranger limited Just serviced with new Tyres Roof Bars & Fitted tow bar

  • Category: Ranger - Entered/Renewed 5 hours ago

          2006 Mazda 6 1.8 (Tax and NCT 02/2018)   

Mazda 6 1.8 for sale Lovely spec with: Alloys x5 All Good Tyres Elec Windows Elec Mirrors Remote Central Locking Climate Control Air Con Multi function Leather Steering Wheel Drives Perfect No Interest in Swaps **Engine light came on but it has no effect on car it still drives perfect so maybe something minor Priced accordingly !!! Thanks NO SWAPS AT ALL

  • Category: 6 - Entered/Renewed 5 hours ago

          Toyota yaris vitz automatic Lovely car make me an offer   

Toyota yaris vitz automatic 2013 lovely car lady owner non smoker

  • Category: Yaris - Entered/Renewed 5 hours ago

          2003 Audi A3 NCT 01/18 Low Miles   

2003 Audi A3 NCT 01/18 Low Miles

Asking Price: €950

2003 Audi A3 1.6 Petrol **NCT until end of 01/18** **Only 100k Miles** Driving Great Spotless interior Recently serviced New break discs and pads Service History Cheap to run and maintain Very sporty car Very comfortable drive Attraction Model high spec including: Electric Sunroof 4 Electric windows Electric Mirrors Alloys with good tyres Front Fog lights 2 x Remote Keys Remote central locking Front & rear interior lights Multi functional steering wheel Full Motor Check report provided Bargain price Sold as seen Any inspection welcome

  • Category: A3 - Entered/Renewed 6 hours ago

          2005 BMW 5 Series   

2005 BMW 5 Series

Asking Price: €4,500

Genuine M sport. Irish car from new. Carbon black with truffle individual interior. Front and rear parking sensors, Auto lights, Auto wipers, Cruise Control, Bluetooth handsfree kit with music streaming. The car is in extremely good condition inside and out. NCT until 03/18. 1 months tax. Very hard to find a clean E60 525D with genuine mileage. Viewing will not disappoint. Car needs nothing!

  • Category: 5 Series - Entered/Renewed 6 hours ago

          2010 Renault Grand Scenic For Sale   

2010 Renault Grand Scenic For Sale

Asking Price: €6,500

Very clean 7 seater renualt senic tom tom with all extras built in satnav half leather ew em alarm immobiliser child locks very cheap to run only 280 tax some service history jus had service done tax till April anet till 2017


          2005 range Rover sport nctd 06/18   

2005 range Rover sport nctd 06/18

Asking Price: €7,300

Rnge rover sport Nctd 02/18 22" alloys with good tyres Harmon kardon sound system Tinted windows Cream leather interior Adjustable suspension (perfect) 6 CD changer Hids Every extra icl front and back heated seats.cruise control.all electric. Very clean inside and out Driving great Any test or inspection is welcome Search q7 x5 discovery 530d 520d S class e class a4 a8


          2007 Mercedes-Benz C-Class   

2007 Mercedes-Benz C-Class

Asking Price: €3,900

Full leather seats Just passed NCT Diesel engine Serviced in Feb 17,,,full service history for every year since 2007 spotless clean interior low mileage Cash sale no swaps Reason for sale getting company car Great condition priced to sell


          Mercedes CLA sport   

Mercedes CLA sport

Asking Price: €22,000

Mercedes-Benz CLA Cla180 AMG Sport CLA180 AMG Sport , Night Black , Half Black Leather Interior , Rear View Reversing Camera, stunning Sun roof. NCT expires may 2019 Country of reg is U.K. Mercedes-Benz Approved Features: - Adjustable seats - Adjustable steering column/wheel - Air Conditioning - Armrest -Parking sensors -Continental run flat tyres -Mercedes wheels locks -Spacious boot -Towing facility - Bluetooth Phone - Climate Control - Electric Mirrors - Height adjustable drivers seat - iPod Connection - Media Connection - MP3 Connection - Multi-Function Steering Wheel - Onboard Computer - Outside temperature meter - Power Steering with voice commands - Radio/CD/MP3/DVD player - Traction control - USB - Windows front + rear electric - 3x3point rear seat belts - ABS - Auto Lights - Centralised locking - Child Locks - ESP - Hands Free Kit - ISO Fix - Multiple Airbags - Rear View Reversing Camera - Alloy Wheels

  • Category: CLA-Class - Entered/Renewed 7 hours ago

          2007 Ford C-Max New Nct May Swap   

2007 Ford C-Max New Nct May Swap

Asking Price: €3,450

Clean Ford C-Max 1.8 Diesel for sale New NCT today Low mileage Fully serviced last week Driving good no problems at all Very economical Looking to swap for a nice car or jeep cash either way


          2007 Suzuki Ignis   

2007 Suzuki Ignis

Asking Price: €3,500

Suzuki Ignis 1.3 petrol (VVT) 2007 with low mileage and in perfect condition for sale. (Dublin 5 - Raheny) NCT expires Dec 2018 Road Tax till Feb 2018 Odometer: 50,021 miles / 80,499 km Very economic car, low consumption. Car in mint condition inside and out. Regular maintenance in Advance Pitstop. There was put a new battery, replaced wheel cylinder, done wheel alignment, break fluid replacement. I have a bills to prove it. *Genuine reason for sale moving abroad* Car strenghts: Has acres of space in the cabin and a large boot Doesnt cost a fortune to keep on the road Excellent build quality. Its a strong, durable car The cabin is well built and has decent kit levels

  • Category: Ignis - Entered/Renewed 8 hours ago

          Ford mondeo tdci   

Ford mondeo tdci

Asking Price: €700

Ford mondeo tdci good condition car perfect runaround and very good on diesel.taxed till end of month tested til sep perfect car needs nothing only selling as leaving the country end of the month.work nights so can only answer calls between 5 and 9 during weekday.no low ball offers or swaps

  • Category: Mondeo - Entered/Renewed 9 hours ago

          2005 Honda Jazz 1.4se 5dr   

2005 Honda Jazz 1.4se 5dr

Asking Price: €3,500

Perfect gift for the Leaving Certificate! Great condition, very low mileage. Full service history, 3 owners. Excellent and reliable car. Electric windows with one one-touch, Driver seat with height adjustment, Steering wheel with tilt adjustment, Steering wheel mounted remote audio controls, Four-wheel ABS Brake assist system, Isofix preparation, Windscreen wipers with variable intermittent wipe, Rear view mirror, Driver and passenger adjustable back and door mirrors, Driver and passenger door mirrors indicator lights, Front fog lights, Single complex surface lens halogen bulb headlights, Driver and passenger vanity mirror, Air Conditioning with climate control, Cup holders for front seats, Radio and CD player

  • Category: Jazz - Entered/Renewed 9 hours ago

          Opel astra   

Opel astra

Asking Price: €650

Lovely clean car may swap

  • Category: Astra - Entered/Renewed 9 hours ago

          Opel vectra design   

Opel vectra design

Asking Price: €1,800

Opel vectra design. Irish car good clean car,150bhp , centre armrest ,6 speed , cruise control ,all elecs, jst got 2 anti rollbar bushings this week . Needs 2 new tyres and needs a service ..1800ono

  • Category: Vectra - Entered/Renewed 10 hours ago

          YES! wins the highest accolade as the 2017 Gold Roman Bowl winner    
There are still a few hundred boats needing to finish their 2017 Round the Island Race in association with Cloudy Bay, but mathematically none of them will be able to dislodge Adam Gosling's JPK 10.80 YES! from the top ...
          Rowing Rigger / Boatwright - College Sports   
Responsible for for assisting the Head Women’s Rowing Coach with ensuring the care, maintenance, and transporting of the rowing facilities and equipment. (Sports Management, Finance, Admin, Sports Marketing, Events, Promotions)
          When Religion Invades my Classroom... I Cry FOUL!   
Long time no Update! School has eaten my soul!


Here’s an e-mail I just had to send to my professor informing him I have requested a transfer out of his classroom (Because he’s stone freaking crazy!!!!)

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I am sorry, but I must respectfully and categorically disagree with your responses to certain discussions this week, specifically, two statements that you made both to me and (NAME REMOVED) in discussion two. Now first, let me quantify my credentials for objection. I spent many years in Religious studies and hold certifications in both Business and Situational Ethics. I also spent many years teaching Ethics in a corporate environment. You have made statements to both me and (NAME REMOVED) that I absolutely object to. Please, let me point out clearly my disagreements with commentary to specific points in your responses:

It may be a profitable exrecise [sic] for students to compare the Code of Hammurabi with the Biblical code or the Laws of Moses as found in the Books of Leviticus chapters 18 through 20, Exodus chapters 21 and 22, and Deuteronomy chapter 19.

Now this statement is good, it is made as a historical reference. Pointing out framework that appears in both texts has historical context. Using both Hammurabi’s code and biblical examples of Hammurabi’s code being repeated thousands of years later in the Torah (Old Testament) and should have ended here as a sidebar. However you continued:

This exercise may help to enlighten someone to the idea that the the [sic] Hapiru People (Hebrews) were Semitic people who arose in the Mesopotamian River Valley between the Tigris and Euphrates Rivers in Southern Iraq.  Thus, in the place where Abraham was born and lived, and where Hammurabi ruled with his Code of Laws, the God who appeared to Abraham long before he got to Palestine or Canaan, may have been the same God of Eternity who was teaching not only Abraham or Moses but also Hammurabi.

In any case, even if you do not imbibe this knowledge, you will not be able to deny the fact that Scripture in Genesis 2: 8-14 names the Euphrates River of Iraq as one of the boundaries of the Garden of Eden ( Gen. 2: 14).  Thus, Iraq was a part of the Garden of Eden
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This ethically crossed the line from Historical to personal theological ideology and was presented as fact and not opinion. Where is your citation of historical corroboration that Yahweh (The Christian-Judeo God) spoke to Hammurabi? There is none, therefore, this is a personal belief and belongs in a theological class discussion and not a historical one. The same applies to the assertion that Genesis (or any Old or New Testament claims) can be historically proven true from other historical texts, which it cannot, such as your belief of the supposed location of the Garden of Eden. However much we believe or do not believe in the validity of the Bible as the Word it cannot be presented as supportive historical evidence. The Bible is a religious text, but even Christian apologists readily confirm and concede that no contemporary historians such as Titus Flavius Josephus (37 – c. 100) ever made mention of the events chronicled in the Bible. The one point that was purported to be in Josephus’ texts (“Testimonium Flavium”, Book 18, Chapter 3, 3 of the Antiquities) was confirmed to be an interpolation of the historian Eusebius, who used Josephus' works extensively as a source for his own "Historia Ecclesiastica." In layman's terms he added supportive evidence into the Antiquities documents for the Catholic Church who routinely edited and forged documents and the interpolation in the Antiquities was admitted to be a forgery in the Twentieth Century by numerous religious scholars such as Louis Feldman and Zvi Baras.

This argument of my disagreement with your statement is simply a matter of belief without evidence, because there is no historical evidence. Faith is, by definition, belief without evidence.

Now onto your statement to me:

“You made an excellent list of comparative scriptures, which demonstrates a connection between Hammurabi's Code and the Laws of God that were also being articulated to other people in other places like Kung-Ftz-zu (Confucius).”

Again, instead of being presented as your opinion, you have presented this as fact by use of the words “…Laws of God that were also being articulated…” Not, “may have” or “in my opinion also”, but “WERE also”. You are a figure of authority in a classroom and you are making statements without citation and therefore are not generally challenged to provide historical corroboration that God did indeed speak to or influenced Confucius. You state personal belief as fact with impunity and I find that ethically irresponsible. I respect your beliefs, I share many. Nevertheless, I cannot condone statements like this outside a theological arena. Because you are a respected authority figure in this classroom and people will take your statements as fact because you have authority and are the Instructor and therefore, will not be asked to source your claims for historical corroboration.

This is a HISTORY class and all statements made must be cited and evidenced with historical support and accuracy. I would not make this disagreement if this were a theological class. I do have to make them ethically because this is a history class.

Now, I have said my piece and I should also inform you respectfully that I have requested my Academic Advisor for a transfer from this class to the same class with a new instructor. I cannot in good conscience continue when I fear you and I will fundamentally disagree on what is and is not ethical when it comes to personal ideology presented as historical evidence. I have a 4.0 GPA and I will not risk my grades when I feel there will be more severe conflict of opinion as this course progresses. I cannot be sure that my dissenting opinion will not reflect in my grades if your beliefs are “fact” to you and not so, necessarily, to me. I apologize if this offends you, but it is a genuine fear I have and cannot academically risk. I also chose to respond to you privately as to not affect your position of authority in the classroom.

Thank you for your time and understanding in this matter and I wish you please consider my words in the vein intended, an academic logical argument of opposition, and I hope you have a successful class.

Respectfully,

Dana Armstrong



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Can you believe that boat load of crazy? I also filed a formal complaint with the school which may lead to disciplinary action on that professor. That is ridiculous. He has no business being a history teacher. I start the class all over again tomorrow with a new instructor. Thank goodness. Please keep fingers crossed that this one isn't looney tunes!

See? This is where all my fun time goes, SCHOOL and writing god damn letters like this one! O_o

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          Karl Marx   

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Traços biográficos:

    Economista, filósofo e socialista alemão, Karl Marx nasceu em Trier em 5 de Maio de 1818 e morreu em Londres a 14 de Março de 1883. Estudou na universidade de Berlim, principalmente a filosofia hegeliana, e formou-se em Iena, em 1841, com a tese Sobre as diferenças da filosofia da natureza de Demócrito e de Epicuro. Em 1842 assumiu a chefia da redação do Jornal Renano em Colônia, onde seus artigos radical-democratas irritaram as autoridades. Em 1843, mudou-se para Paris, editando em 1844 o primeiro volume dos Anais Germânico-Franceses, órgão principal dos hegelianos da esquerda. Entretanto, rompeu logo com os líderes deste movimento, Bruno Bauer e Ruge.

    Em 1844, conheceu em Paris Friedrich Engels, começo de uma amizade íntima durante a vida toda. Foi, no ano seguinte, expulso da França, radicando-se em Bruxelas e participando de organizações clandestinas de operários e exilados. Ao mesmo tempo em que na França estourou a revolução, em 24 de fevereiro de 1848, Marx e Engels publicaram o folheto O Manifesto Comunista,primeiro esboço da teoria revolucionária que, mais tarde, seria chamada marxista. Voltou para Paris, mas assumiu logo a chefia do Novo Jornal Renano em colônia, primeiro jornal diário francamente socialista.

    Depois da derrota de todos os movimentos revolucionários na Europa e o fechamento do jornal, cujos redatores foram denunciados e processados, Marx foi para Paris e daí expulso, para Londres, onde fixou residência. Em Londres, dedicou-se a vastos estudos econômicos e históricos, sendo freqüentador assíduo da sala de leituras do British Museum. Escrevia artigos para jornais norte-americanos, sobre política exterior, mas sua situação material esteve sempre muito precária. Foi generosamente ajudado por Engels, que vivia em Manchester em boas condições financeiras.

    Em 1864, Marx foi co-fundador da Associação Internacional dos Operários, depois chamada I Internacional, desempenhando dominante papel de direção. Em 1867 publicou o primeiro volume da sua obra principal, O Capital. Dentro da I Internacional encontrou Marx a oposição tenaz dos anarquistas, liderados por Bakunin, e em 1872, no Congresso de Haia, a associação foi praticamente dissolvida. Em compensação, Marx podia patrocinar a fundação, em 1875, do Partido Social-Democrático alemão, que foi, porém, logo depois, proibido. Não viveu bastante para assistir às vitórias eleitorais deste partido e de outros agrupamentos socialistas da Europa.

 

Primeiros trabalhos:

    Entre os primeiros trabalhos de Marx, foi antigamente considerado como o mais importante o artigo Sobre a crítica da Filosofia do direito de Hegel, em 1844, primeiro esboço da interpretação materialista da dialética hegeliana. Só em 1932 foram descobertos e editados em Moscou osManuscritos Econômico-Filosóficos, redigidos em 1844 e deixa-os inacabados. É o esboço de um socialismo humanista, que se preocupa principalmente com a alienação do homem; sobre a compatibilidade ou não deste humanismo com o marxismo posterior, a discussão não está encerrada. Em 1888 publicou Engels as Teses sobre Feuerbach, redigidas por Marx em 1845, rejeitando o materialismo teórico e reivindicando uma filosofia que, em vez de só interpretar o mundo, também o modificaria.

 

    Marx e Engels escreveram juntos em 1845 A Sagrada Família, contra o hegeliano Bruno Bauer e seus irmãos. Também foi obra comum A Ideologia alemã (1845-46), que por motivo de censura não pôde ser publicada (edição completa só em 1932); é a exposição da filosofia marxista. Marx sozinho escreveu A Miséria da Filosofia (1847), a polêmica veemente contra o anarquista francês Proudhon. A última obra comum de Marx e Engels foi em 1847 O Manifesto Comunista, breve resumo do materialismo histórico e apelo à revolução.

    O 18 Brumário de Luís Bonaparte foi publicado em 1852 em jornais e em 1869 como livro. É a primeira interpretação de um acontecimento histórico no caso o golpe de Estado de Napoleão III, pela teoria do materialismo histórico. Entre os escritos seguintes de Marx Sobre a crítica da economia política em 1859 é, embora breve, também uma crítica da civilização moderna, escrito de transição entre o manuscrito de 1844 e as obras posteriores. A significação dessa posição só foi esclarecida pela publicação (em Moscou, 1939-41, e em Berlim, 1953) de mais uma obra inédita:Esboço de crítica da economia política, escritos em Londres entre 1851 e 1858 e depois deixados sem acabamento final.

    Em 1867 publicou Marx o primeiro volume de sua obra mais importante: O Capital. É um livro principalmente econômico, resultado dos estudos no British Museum, tratando da teoria do valor, damais-valia, da acumulação do capital etc. Marx reuniu documentação imensa para continuar esse volume, mas não chegou a publicá-lo. Os volumes II e III de O Capital foram editados por Engels, em 1885 e em 1894. Outros textos foram publicados por Karl Kautsky como volume IV (1904-10).

 

A FILOSOFIA DE MARX

 

MATERIALISMO DIALÉTICO

 

    Baseado em Demócrito e Epicuro sobre o materialismo e em Heráclito sobre a dialética (do grego, dois logos, duas opiniões divergentes), Marx defende o materialismo dialético, tentando superar o pensamento de Hegel e Feuerbach.

    A dialética hegeliana era a dialética do idealismo (doutrina filosófica que nega a realidade individual das coisas distintas do "eu" e só lhes admite a idéia), e a dialética do materialismo é posição filosófica que considera a matéria como a única realidade e que nega a existência da alma, de outra vida e de Deus. Ambas sustentam que realidade e pensamento são a mesma coisa: as leis do pensamento são as leis da realidade. A realidade é contraditória, mas a contradição supera-se na síntese que é a "verdade" dos momentos superados. Hegel considerava ontologicamente (do grego onto + logos; parte da metafísica, que estuda o ser em geral e suas propriedades transcendentais ) a contradição (antítese) e a superação (síntese); Marx considerava historicamente como contradição de classes vinculada a certo tipo de organização social. Hegel apresentava uma filosofia que procurava demonstrar a perfeição do que existia (divinização da estrutura vigente); Marx apresentava uma filosofia revolucionária que procurava demonstrar as contradições internas da sociedade de classes e as exigências de superação.

    Ludwig Feuerbach procurou introduzir a dialética materialista, combatendo a doutrina hegeliana, que, a par de seu método revolucionário concluía por uma doutrina eminentemente conservadora. Da crítica à dialética idealista, partiu Feuerbach à crítica da Religião e da essência do cristianismo.

    Feuerbach pretendia trazer a religião do céu para a Terra. Ao invés de haver Deus criado o homem à sua imagem e semelhança, foi o homem quem criou Deus à sua imagem. Seu objetivo era conservar intactos os valores morais em uma religião da humanidade, na qual o homem seria Deus para o homem.

      Adotando a dialética hegeliana, Marx, rejeita, como Feuerbach, o idealismo, mas, ao contrário, não procura preservar os valores do cristianismo. Se Hegel tinha identificado, no dizer de Radbruch, o ser e o dever-ser (o Sen e o Solene) encarando a realidade como um desenvolvimento da razão e vendo no dever-ser o aspecto determinante e no ser o aspecto determinado dessa unidade.

    A dialética marxista postula que as leis do pensamento correspondem às leis da realidade. A dialética não é só pensamento: é pensamento e realidade a um só tempo. Mas, a matéria e seu conteúdo histórico ditam a dialética do marxismo: a realidade é contraditória com o pensamento dialético. A contradição dialética não é apenas contradição externa, mas unidade das contradições,identidade: "a dialética é ciência que mostra como as contradições podem ser concretamente (isto é, vir-a-ser) idênticas, como passam uma na outra, mostrando também porque a razão não deve tomar essas contradições como coisas mortas, petrificadas, mas como coisas vivas, móveis, lutando uma contra a outra em e através de sua luta." (Henri Lefebvre, Lógica formal/ Lógica dialética, trad. Carlos N. Coutinho, 1979, p. 192). Os momentos contraditórios são situados na história com sua parcela de verdade, mas também de erro; não se misturam, mas o conteúdo, considerado como unilateral é recaptado e elevado a nível superior.

    Marx acusou Feuerbach, afirmando que seu humanismo e sua dialética eram estáticas: o homem de Feuerbach não tem dimensões, está fora da sociedade e da história, é pura abstração. É indispensável segundo Marx, compreender a realidade histórica em suas contradições, para tentar superá-las dialeticamente. A dialética apregoa os seguintes princípios: tudo relaciona-se (Lei da ação recíproca e da conexão universal); tudo se transforma (lei da transformação universal e do desenvolvimento incessante); as mudanças qualitativas são conseqüências de revoluções quantitativas; a contradição é interna, mas os contrários se unem num momento posterior: a luta dos contrários é o motor do pensamento e da realidade; a materialidade do mundo; a anterioridade da matéria em relação à consciência; a vida espiritual da sociedade como reflexo da vida material.

    O materialismo dialético é uma constante no pensamento do marxismo-leninismo (surgido como superação do capitalismo, socialismo, ultrapassando os ensinamentos pioneiros de Feuerbach).

 

 

MATERIALISMO HISTÓRICO

 

    Na teoria marxista, o materialismo histórico pretende a explicação da história das sociedades humanas, em todas as épocas, através dos fatos materiais, essencialmente econômicos e técnicos. A sociedade é comparada a um edifício no qual as fundações, a infra-estrutura, seriam representadas pelas forças econômicas, enquanto o edifício em si, a superestrutura, representaria as idéias, costumes, instituições (políticas, religiosas, jurídicas, etc). A propósito, Marx escreveu, na obra A Miséria da filosofia (1847) na qual estabelece polêmica com Proudhon:

    As relações sociais são inteiramente interligadas às forças produtivas. Adquirindo novas forças produtivas, os homens modificam o seu modo de produção, a maneira de ganhar a vida, modificam todas as relações sociais. O moinho a braço vos dará a sociedade com o suserano; o moinho a vapor, a sociedade com o capitalismo industrial.

    Tal afirmação, defendendo rigoroso determinismo econômico em todas as sociedades humanas, foi estabelecida por Marx e Engels dentro do permanente clima de polêmica que mantiveram com seus opositores, e atenuada com a afirmativa de que existe constante interação e interdependência entre os dois níveis que compõe a estrutura social: da mesma maneira pela qual a infra-estrutura atua sobre a superestrutura, sobre os reflexos desta, embora, em última instância, sejam os fatores econômicos as condições finalmente determinantes.

 

 

EXISTENCIALISMO

 

"O que Marx mais critica é a questão de como compreender o que é o homem. Não é o ter consciência (ser racional), nem tampouco ser um animal político, que confere ao homem sua singularidade, mas ser capaz de produzir suas condições de existência, tanto material quanto ideal, que diferencia o homem."

    Numa leitura existencialista do marxismo, segundo Jean-Paul Sartre, a essência do homem é não ter essência, a essência do homem é algo que ele próprio constrói, ou seja, a História. "A existência precede a essência"; nenhum ser humano nasce pronto, mas o homem é, em sua essência, produto do meio em que vive, que é construído a partir de suas relações sociais em que cada pessoa se encontra. Assim como o homem produz o seu próprio ambiente, por outro lado, esta produção da condição de existência não é livremente escolhida, mas sim, previamente determinada. O homem pode fazer a sua História mas não pode fazer nas condições por ele escolhidas. O homem é historicamente determinado pelas condições, logo é responsável por todos os seus atos, pois ele é livre para escolher. Logo todas as teorias de Marx estão fundamentadas naquilo que é o homem, ou seja, o que é a sua existência. O Homem é condenado a ser livre.

    As relações sociais do homem são tidas pelas relações que o homem mantém com a natureza, onde desenvolve suas práticas, ou seja, o homem se constitui a partir de seu próprio trabalho, e sua sociedade se constitui a partir de suas condições materiais de produção, que dependem de fatores naturais (clima, biologia, geografia...) ou seja, relação homem-Natureza, assim como da divisão social do trabalho, sua cultura. Logo, também há a relação homem-Natureza-Cultura.

 

POLÍTICA E ECONOMIA

 

    Se analisarmos o contexto histórico do homem, nos primórdios, perceberemos que havia um espírito de coletivismo: todos compartilhavam da mesma terra, não havia propriedade privada; até a caça era compartilhada por todos. As pessoas que estavam inseridas nesta comunidade sempre se preocupavam umas com as outras, em prover as necessidades uns dos outros. Mas com o passar do tempo, o homem, com suas descobertas territoriais, acabou tornando inevitável as colonizações e, portanto, o escravismo, por causa de sua ambição. O escravo servia exclusivamente ao seu senhor, produzia para ele e o seu viver era em função dele.

    O coletivismo dos índios acabou; e o escravismo se transformou numa nova relação: agora o escravo trabalhava menos para seu senhor, e por seu trabalho conquistava um pedaço de terra para sua subsistência, ou seja, o servo trabalhava alguns dias da semana para seu senhor e outros para si. O feudalismo, então, começava a ser implantado e difundido em todo o território europeu. Esta relação servo-senhor feudal funcionou durante um certo período na história da humanidade, mas, por causa de uma série de fatores e acontecimentos, entre eles o aumento populacional, as condições de comércio (surgia a chance do servo obter capital através de sua produção excessiva), o capitalismo mercantilista, o feudalismo decaiu; e assim, deu espaço a um novo sistema econômico: o capitalismo industrial (que teve seu desenvolvimento por culminar durante a revolução industrial, com o surgimento da classe proletária). Assim, deve-se citar a economia inglesa como ponto de partida para as teorias marxistas.

    Como todo sistema tem seu período de crise, ocasionando uma necessidade de mudança, Adam Smith (o primeiro a incorporar ao trabalho a idéia de riqueza) desenvolve o liberalismo econômico.

    Do latim liberalis, que significa benfeitor, generoso, tem seu sentido político em oposição ao absolutismo monárquico. Os seus principais ideais eram: o Estado devia obedecer ao princípio da separação de poderes (executivo, legislativo e judiciário); o regime seria representativo e parlamentar; o Estado se submeteria ao direito, que garantiria ao indivíduo direitos e liberdades inalienáveis, especialmente o direito de propriedades. E foi isto que fez com que cada sistema fosse modificado.

    Sobretudo também deve-se mencionar David Ricardo, que, mais interessado no estudo da distribuição do que produção das riquezas, estabeleceu, com base em Malthus, a lei da renda fundiária(agrária), segundo a qual os produtos das terras férteis são produzidos a custo menor mas vendidos ao mesmo preço dos demais, propiciando a seus proprietários uma renda fundiária igual à diferença dos custos de produção. A partir da teoria da renda fundiária, Ricardo elaborou a lei do preço natural dos salários, sempre regulada pelo preço da alimentação, vestuário e outros itens indispensáveis à manutenção do operário e seus dependentes.

    Pois, como foi dito anteriormente, com a Revolução Industrial surgiu a classe do proletariado.

 

 

A LUTA DE CLASSES

 

    Pretendendo caracterizar não apenas uma visão econômica da história, mas também uma visão histórica da economia, a teoria marxista também procura explicar a evolução das relações econômicas nas sociedades humanas ao longo do processo histórico. Haveria, segundo a concepção marxista, uma permanente dialética das forças entre poderosos e fracos, opressores e oprimidos, a história da humanidade seria constituída por uma permanente luta de classes, como deixa bem claro a primeira frase do primeiro capítulo d’O Manifesto Comunista:

    A história de toda sociedade passado é a história da luta de classes.

    Classes essas que, para Engels são "os produtos das relações econômicas de sua época". Assim apesar das diversidades aparentes, escravidão, servidão e capitalismo seriam essencialmente etapas sucessivas de um processo único. A base da sociedade é a produção econômica. Sobre esta base econômica se ergue uma superestrutura, um estado e as idéias econômicas, sociais, políticas, morais, filosóficas e artísticas. Marx queria a inversão da pirâmide social, ou seja, pondo no poder a maioria, os proletários, que seria a única força capaz de destruir a sociedade capitalista e construir uma nova sociedade, socialista.

    Para Marx os trabalhadores estariam dominados pela ideologia da classe dominante, ou seja, as idéias que eles têm do mundo e da sociedade seriam as mesmas idéias que a burguesia espalha. O capitalismo seria atingido por crises econômicas porque ele se tornou o impedimento para o desenvolvimento das forças produtivas. Seria um absurdo que a humanidade inteira se dedica-se a trabalhar e a produzir subordinada a um punhado de grandes empresários. A economia do futuro que associaria todos os homens e povos do planeta, só poderia ser uma produção controlada por todos os homens e povos. Para Marx, quanto mais o mundo se unifica economicamente mais ele necessita de socialismo.

    Não basta existir uma crise econômica para que haja uma revolução. O que é decisivo são as ações das classes sociais que, para Marx e Engels, em todas as sociedades em que a propriedade é privada existem lutas de classes (senhores x escravos, nobres feudais x servos, burgueses x proletariados). A luta do proletariado do capitalismo não deveria se limitar à luta dos sindicatos por melhores salários e condições de vida. Ela deveria também ser a luta ideológica para que o socialismo fosse conhecido pelos trabalhadores e assumido como luta política pela tomada do poder. Neste campo, o proletariado deveria contar com uma arma fundamental, o partido político, o partido político revolucionário que tivesse uma estrutura democrática e que buscasse educar os trabalhadores e levá-los a se organizar para tomar o poder por meio de uma revolução socialista.

    Marx tentou demonstrar que no capitalismo sempre haveria injustiça social, e que o único jeito de uma pessoa ficar rica e ampliar sua fortuna seria explorando os trabalhadores, ou seja, o capitalismo, de acordo com Marx é selvagem, pois o operário produz mais para o seu patrão do que o seu próprio custo para a sociedade, e o capitalismo se apresenta necessariamente como um regime econômico de exploração, sendo a mais-valia a lei fundamental do sistema.

    A força vendida pelo operário ao patrão vai ser utilizada não durante 6 horas, mas durante 8, 10, 12 ou mais horas. A mais-valia é constituída pela diferença entre o preço pelo qual o empresário compra a força de trabalho (6 horas) e o preço pelo qual ele vende o resultado (10 horas por exemplo). Desse modo, quanto menor o preço pago ao operário e quanto maior a duração da jornada de trabalho, tanto maior o lucro empresarial. No capitalismo moderno, com a redução progressiva da jornada de trabalho, o lucro empresarial seria sustentado através do que se denomina mais-valia relativa (em oposição à primeira forma, chamada mais-valia absoluta), que consiste em aumentar a produtividade do trabalho, através da racionalização e aperfeiçoamento tecnológico, mas ainda assim não deixa de ser o sistema semi-escravista, pois "o operário cada vez se empobrece mais quando produz mais riquezas", o que faz com que ele "se torne uma mercadoria mais vil do que as mercadorias por ele criadas". Assim, quanto mais o mundo das coisas aumenta de valor, mais o mundo dos homens se desvaloriza. Ocorre então a alienação, já que todo trabalho é alienado, na medida em que se manifesta como produção de um objeto que é alheio ao sujeito criador. O raciocínio de Marx é muito simples: ao criar algo fora de si, o operário se nega no objeto criado. É o processo de objetificação. Por isso, o trabalho que é alienado (porque cria algo alheio ao sujeito criador) permanece alienado até que o valor nele incorporado pela força de trabalho seja apropriado integralmente pelo trabalhador. Em outras palavras, a produção representa umanegação, já que o objeto se opõe ao sujeito e o nega na medida em que o pressupõe e até o define. A apropriação do valor incorporado ao objeto graças à força de trabalho do sujeito-produtor, promove a negação da negação. Ora, se a negação é alienação, a negação da negação é a desalienação. Ou seja, a partir do momento que o sujeito-produtor dá valor ao que produziu, ele já não está mais alienado.

 

Pausa para um desabafo pessoal

       A esta altura da leitura você, esmagado muito mais pela propaganda do que pela verdade científica ou histórica, deve estar se perguntando: "Mas peraí, o comunismo não acabou? O comunismo não deu certo?" Caso seja o caso, remeto ao magnífico trabalho do comunista peruano (que teve a vida tristemente ceifada cedo demais) O Homem e o Mito, particularmente no trecho em que ele explica porque motivos a Fé num Futuro Humanista para a Sociedade do Homo Sapiens jamais se abala: “A cada experiência frustrada, recomeçam. Não encontraram a solução: a encontrarão. Jamais os assalta a idéia de que a solução não exista. Eis aí sua força”. Por outro lado e na mesma linha - talvez mal comparando, poder-se-ia dizer que o Cristianismo  fracassou rotundamente. Imagine que o personagem histórico Jesus de Nazaré - se é que ele existiu mesmo, há quem duvide, como Brian Fleming... - tivesse oportunidade de verificar de perto as inúmeras e bárbaras atrocidades perpetradas em seu nome pelos anos afora e fosse hoje procurar uma Igreja em que sentisse seu pensamento e seus ensinamentos sendo respeitados e praticados. As atrocidades perpetradas diuturnamente pelos cristãos constitui prova cabal de que as idéias de Jesus   estavam erradas? Pois é...

      A mim causa enorme espanto que os seguidores de um homem capaz de vergastar de azorrague, sem compaixão, os banqueiros de sua época (ainda hoje os críticos do Capital e com muito mais motivo chamamos os mercadores do Capital - parasitas que lucram enormes quantidades de dinheiro com o fruto do trabalho alheio, como banqueiros e jogadores das bolsas de valores de "vendilhões do templo", por sinal). Mas, com o passar dos séculos os que se dizem seguidores de Jesus modificaram tanto as teses e ensinamentos iniciais que há até teorias mirabolantes sobre o quanto o sujeito deve ser rico e estar de bem com o Capital para se sentir e ser tratado como um "vaso de bênção". É evidente que estes criminosos que lucram fábulas vendendo suas religiões em templos luxuosos são ainda mais ateus do que aqueles que ousamos assim nos pronunciar. Se acreditassem, minimamente, am alguma forma de "Juízo Final" se aliariam tão entusiasticamente aos vendilhões do templo humilhando todos os "profetas"? Pronto, fim da pausa para o desabafo, voltemos à seriedade do texto.

 

 

 

CONCEITOS:

CAPITALISMO, SOCIALISMO, COMUNISMO E ANARQUISMO

 

    O CAPITALISMO tem seu início na Europa. Suas características aparecem desde a baixa idade média (do século XI ao XV) com a transferência do centro da vida econômica social e política dos feudos para a cidade. O feudalismo passava por uma grave crise decorrente da catástrofe demográfica causada pela Peste Negra que dizimou 40% da população européia e pela fome que assolava o povo. Já com o comércio reativado pelas Cruzadas(do século XI ao XII), a Europa passou por um intenso desenvolvimento urbano e comercial e, conseqüentemente, as relações de produção capitalistas se multiplicaram, minando as bases do feudalismo. Na Idade Moderna, os reis expandem seu poderio econômico e político através do mercantilismo e do absolutismo. Dentre os defensores deste temos os filósofos Jean Bodin("os reis tinham o direito de impor leis aos súditos sem o consentimento deles"), Jacques Bossuet ("o rei está no trono por vontade de Deus") e Niccòlo Machiavelli("a unidade política é fundamental para a grandeza de uma nação").

    Com o absolutismo e com o mercantilismo o Estado passava a controlar a economia e a buscar colônias para adquirir metais(metalismo) através da exploração. Isso para garantir o enriquecimento da metrópole. Esse enriquecimento favorece a burguesia - classe que detém os meios de produção - que passa a contestar o poder do rei, resultando na crise do sistema absolutista. E com as revoluções burguesas, como a Revolução Francesa e a Revolução Inglesa, estava garantido o triunfo do capitalismo.

    A partir da segunda metade do século XVIII, com a Revolução Industrial, inicia-se um processo ininterrupto de produção coletiva em massa, geração de lucro e acúmulo de capital. Na Europa Ocidental, a burguesia assume o controle econômico e político. As sociedades vão superando os tradicionais critérios da aristocracia (principalmente a do privilégio de nascimento) e a força do capital se impõe. Surgem as primeiras teorias econômicas: a fisiocracia e o liberalismo. Na Inglaterra, o escocês Adam Smith (1723-1790), percursor do liberalismo econômico, publica Uma Investigação sobre Naturezas e Causas da Riqueza das Nações, em que defende a livre-iniciativa e a não-interferência do Estado na economia.

    Deste ponto, para a atual realidade econômica, pequenas mudanças estruturais ocorreram em nosso fúnebre sistema capitalista.

 

 

SOCIALISMO - A História das Idéias Socialistas possui alguns cortes de importância. O primeiro deles é entre os socialistas Utópicos e os socialistas Científicos, marcado pela introdução das idéias de Marx e Engels no universo das propostas de construção da nova sociedade. O avanço das idéias marxistas consegue dar maior homogeneidade ao movimento socialista internacional.

    Pela primeira vez, trabalhadores de países diferentes, quando pensavam em socialismo, estavam pensando numa mesma sociedade - aquela preconizada por Marx - e numa mesma maneira de chegar ao poder.

 

 

COMUNISMO - As idéias básicas de Karl Marx estão expressas principalmente no livro O Capital en'O Manifesto Comunista, obra que escreveu com Friedrich Engels, economista alemão. Marx acreditava que a única forma de alcançar uma sociedade feliz e harmoniosa seria com os trabalhadores no poder. Em parte, suas idéias eram uma reação às duras condições de vida dos trabalhadores no século XIX, na França, na Inglaterra e na Alemanha. Os trabalhadores das fábricas e das minas eram mal pagos e tinham de trabalhar muitas horas sob condições desumanas.

    Marx estava convencido que a vitória do comunismo era inevitável. Afirmava que a história segue certas leis imutáveis, à medida que avança de um estágio a outro. Cada estágio caracteriza-se por lutas que conduzem a um estágio superior de desenvolvimento. O comunismo, segundo Marx, é o último e mais alto estágio de desenvolvimento.

    Para Marx, a chave para a compreensão dos estágios do desenvolvimento é a relação entre as diferentes classes de indivíduos na produção de bens. Afirmava que o dono da riqueza é a classe dirigente porque usa o poder econômico e político para impor sua vontade ao povo. Para ele, a luta de classes é o meio pelo qual a história progride. Marx achava que a classe dirigente jamais iria abrir mão do poder por livre e espontânea vontade e que, assim, a luta e a violência eram inevitáveis.

 

O ANARQUISMO foi a proposta revolucionária internacional mais importante do mundo durante a segunda metade do século XIX e início do século XX, quando foi substituído pelo marxismo (comunismo). Em suma, o anarquismo prega o fim do Estado e de toda e qualquer forma de governo, que seriam as causas da existência dos males sociais, que devem ser substituídos por uma sociedade em que os homens são livres, sem leis, polícia, tribunais ou forças armadas. A sociedade anarquista seria organizada de acordo com a necessidade das comunidades, cujas relações seriam voltadas ao auto-abastecimento sem fins lucrativos e à base de trocas. A doutrina, que teve em Bakunin seu grande expoente teórico, organizou-se primeiramente na Rússia, expandindo-se depois para o resto da Europa e também para os Estados Unidos. O auge de sua propagação deu-se no final do século XIX, quando agregou-se ao movimento sindical, dando origem ao anarco-sindicalismo, que pregava que os sindicatos eram os verdadeiros agentes das transformações sociais. Com o surgimento do marxismo, entretanto, uma proposta revolucionária mais adequada ao quadro social vigente no século XX, o anarquismo entrou em decadência. Sem, contudo, deixar de ter tido sua importância histórica, como no episódio em que os anarquistas italianos Nicola Sacco e Bartolomeo Vanzetti foram executados por assassinato em 1921, nos EUA, mesmo com as inúmeras evidências e testemunhos que provavam sua inocência.

 

REVISIONISMO

 

    Depois da morte de Marx e Engels, a rápida industrialização da Alemanha e o fortalecimento do partido social-democrata e dos sindicatos melhoraram muito as condições de vida dos trabalhadores alemães, ao mesmo tempo em que ser tornou cada vez mais improvável a esperada crise fatal do regime capitalista. Eduard Bernstein em seu livro Os pressupostos do socialismo e as tarefas da social-democracia, recomendou abandonar utópicas esperanças revolucionárias e contentar-se, realisticamente com o fortalecimento do poder político e econômico das organizações do proletariado, considerando-se que as previsões marxistas de depauperamento progressivo(esgotar as forças de forma a tornar-se muito pobre) das massas não se tinham verificado.

    Esse "revisionismo" de Bernstein foi combatido pela ortodoxia marxista, representada por Karl Kautsky. Mas praticamente o revisionismo venceu de tal maneira, que a social-democracia alemã abandonou, enfim, o marxismo.

    Ficou isolada a marxista Rosa Luxemburg, que em uma de suas obras adaptou a teoria de Marx às novas condições do imperialismo econômico e político do séc. XX.

 

 

 

NEOMARXISTAS: Fora da Rússia, houve e há várias tentativas de dar ao marxismo outra base filosófica que o materialismo científico do séc. XIX, que já não se afigura bastante sólido a muitos marxistas modernos. Georges Sorel apoiando-se na filosofia do élan vital de Henri Bergson, postulou um movimento antiparlamentar, de violência revolucionária, inspirado pelo "mito" de uma irresistível greve geral.

 

O MANIFESTO COMUNISTA

 

    O Manifesto Comunista fez a humanidade caminhar. Não em direção ao paraíso, mas na busca (raramente bem sucedida, até agora) da solução de problemas como a miséria e a exploração do trabalho. Rumo à concretização do princípio, teoricamente aceito há 200 anos, diz que "todos os homens são iguais". E sublinhando a novidade que afirmava que os pobres, os pequenos, os explorados também podem ser sujeitos de suas vidas.

    Por isso é um documento histórico, testemunho da rebeldia do seres humanos. Seu texto, racional, aqui e ali bombástico e, em diversas passagens irônico, mal esconde essa origem comum com homens e mulheres de outros tempos: o fogo que acendeu a paixão da Liga dos Comunistas, reunida em Londres no ano de 1847, não foi diferente do que incendiou corações e mentes na luta contra a escravidão clássica, contra a servidão medieval, contra o obscurantismo religioso e contra todas as formas de opressão.

    A Liga dos Comunistas encomendou a Marx e a Engels a elaboração de um texto que tornasse claros os objetivos dela e sua maneira de ver o mundo. E isto foi feito pelos dois jovens, um de 30 e o outro de 28 anos. Portanto, o Manifesto Comunista é um conjunto afirmativo de idéias, de "verdades" em que os revolucionários da época acreditavam, por conterem, segundo eles, elementos científicos – um tanto economicistas – para a compreensão das transformações sociais. Nesse sentido, o Manifesto é mais um monumento do que um documento... Pétreo, determinante, forte: letras, palavras, e frases que queriam Ter o poder de uma arma para mudar o mundo, colocando no lugar "da velha sociedade burguesa uma associação na qual o livre desenvolvimento de cada membro é a condição para o desenvolvimento de todos."

    O Manifesto tem uma estrutura simples: uma breve introdução, três capítulos e uma rápida conclusão.

    A introdução fala com um certo orgulho, do medo que o comunismo causa nos conservadores. O "fantasma" do comunismo assusta os poderosos e une, em uma "santa aliança", todas as potências da época. É a velha "satanização" do adversário, que está "fora da ordem", do "desobediente". Mas o texto mostra o lado positivo disso: o reconhecimento da força do comunismo. Se assusta tanto, é porque tem alguma presença. Daí a necessidade de expor o modo comunista de ver o mundo e explicar suas finalidades, tão deturpadas por aqueles que o "demonizam".

    A parte I, denominada "Burgueses e Proletários", faz um resumo da história da humanidade até os dias de então, quando duas classes sociais antagônicas (as que titulam o capítulo) dominam o cenário.

    A grande contribuição deste capítulo talvez seja a descrição das enormes transformações que a burguesia industrial provocava no mundo, representando "na história um papel essencialmente revolucionário".

    Com a argúcia de quem manejava com destreza instrumentos de análise socioeconômica muito originais na época, Marx e Engels relatam (com sincera admiração !) o fenômeno da globalização que a burguesia implementava, mundializando o comércio, a navegação, os meios de comunicação.

    O Manifesto fala de ontem mas parece dizer de hoje. O desenvolvimento capitalista libera forças produtivas nunca vistas, "mais colossais e variadas que todas as gerações passadas em seu conjunto". O poderio do capital que submete o trabalho é anunciado e nos faz pensar no agora do revigoramento neoliberal: nos últimos 40 anos deste século XX, foram produzidos mais objetos do que em toda a produção econômica anterior, desde os primórdios da humanidade.

    A revolução tecnológica e científica a que assistimos, cujos ícones são os computadores e satélites e cujo poder hegemônico é a burguesia, não passa de continuação daquela descrita noManifesto , que "criou maravilhas maiores que as pirâmides do Egito, que os aquedutos romanos e as catedrais góticas; conduziu expedições maiores que as antigas migrações de povos e cruzadas". Um elogio ao dinamismo da burguesia ?

    Impiedoso com os setores médios da sociedade – já minoritários nas formações sociais mais conhecidas da Europa - , o Manifesto chega a ser cruel com os desempregados, os mendigos, os marginalizados, "essa escória das camadas mais baixas da sociedade", que pode ser arrastada por uma revolução proletária mas, por suas condições de vida, está predisposta a "vender-se à reação". Dá a entender que só os operários fabris serão capazes de fazer a revolução.

    A relativização do papel dos comunistas junto ao proletariado é o aspecto mais interessante da parte II, intitulada "Proletários e Comunistas".

    Depois de quase um século de dogmatismos, partidos únicos e "de vanguarda" portadores de verdade inteira, é saudável ler que "os comunistas não formam um partido à parte, oposto a outros partidos operários, e não têm interesses que os separem do proletariado em geral".

    Embora, sem qualquer humildade, o Manifesto atribua aos comunistas mais decisão, avanço, lucidez e liderança do que às outras frações que buscam representar o proletariado, seus objetivos são tidos como comuns: a organização dos proletários para a conquista do poder político e a destruição de supremacia burguesa.

    O "fantasma" do comunismo assombrava a Europa e o livro procura contestar, nessa parte, todos os estigmas que as classes poderosas e influentes jogavam sobre ele. Vejamos alguns desses estigmas, bastante atuais, e a resposta do Manifesto:

    Os comunistas querem acabar com toda a propriedade, inclusive a pessoal !

    Você já deve ter ouvido isso... Em 1989, no Brasil, quando Lula quase chegou lá, seus adversários espalharam o boato de que as famílias de classe média teriam que dividir suas casas com os sem-teto... A bobagem é velha, de 150 anos. Marx e Engels responderam que queriam abolir a propriedade burguesa, capitalista. Para os socialistas, a apropriação pessoal dos frutos do trabalho e aqueles bens indispensáveis à vida humana eram intocáveis. Ao que se sabe, roupas, calçados, moradia não são geradores de lucros para quem os possui... O Manifesto a esse respeito, foi definitivo, apesar de a propaganda anticomunista e burra não ter lhe dado ouvidos: "O comunismo não retira a ninguém o poder de apropriar-se de sua parte dos produtos sociais, tira apenas o poder de escravizar o trabalho de outrem por meio dessa apropriação."

 

    Os comunistas querem acabar com a família e com a educação !

    Sempre há alguém pronto para falar do comunista "comedor de criancinha". Ao ouvir isso, não deixe de indagar se uma família pode viver com o salário mínimo, o pai e mão desempregados e uma moradia sem fornecimento de água e sem luz. E se uma criança pode ser educada para a vida numa escola pública abandonada pelo governo, que finge que paga aos professores e funcionários. Na sociedade capitalista a educação é, ela própria, um comércio, uma atividade lucrativa...

    Os comunistas querem socializar as mulheres !

    Essa fazia parte do catecismo de "satanização" das idéias socialistas. "Para o burguês, sua mulher nada mais é que um instrumento de produção. Ouvindo dizer que os instrumento de produção serão postos em comum, ele conclui naturalmente que haverá comunidade de mulheres. O burguês não desconfia que se trata precisamente de dar à mulher outro papel que o de simples instrumento de produção." É bom lembrar que alguns socialistas, até hoje, não conseguiram aceitar essa nova compreensão da mulher. O machismo nega o marxismo...

    A parte III, denominada "Literatura Socialista e Comunista" faz fortes críticas às diferentes correntes socialistas da época.

    O Manifesto corta com a afiada faca da ironia três tipos de socialismo da época: o "socialismo reacionário" (subdividido em socialismo feudal, socialismo pequeno-burguês e socialismo alemão, o "socialismo conservador e burguês" e o "socialismo e comunismo crítico-utópico".

    Nesse capítulo a obra mostra seu caráter temporal, quase local. Revela sua profunda imersão na efervescência das idéias e combates daquela época, quando a aristocracia, para salvar os dedos já sem seus ricos anéis, condena a burguesia e, numa súbita generosidade, tece loas a um vago socialismo.

    A conclusão, "Posição dos Comunistas Diante dos Diferentes Partidos de Oposição" é um relato das táticas adotadas naquele momento pelos comunistas, na França, na Suíça, na Polônia e na Alemanha. Estados Unidos e Rússia, que viviam momentos de alta tensão social e política, não são mencionados, como reconheceu Engels em maio de 1890, ao destacar com sinceridade "o quanto era estreito o terreno de ação do movimento proletário no momento da primeira publicação do Manifesto em fevereiro de 1848".

    O Manifesto Comunista como não poderia deixar de ser, termina triunfalista e animando. Não quer espiritualizar e sim emocionar para a luta. Curiosamente, retoma a idéia do "fantasma", ao desejar que "as classes dominantes tremam diante da idéia de uma revolução comunista". Os proletários, que têm um mundo a ganhar com a revolução, também são, afinal, conclamados, na célebre frase, que tantos sonhos, projetos de vida e revoluções sociais já inspirou:

"PROLETÁRIOS DE TODOS OS PAÍSES, UNI-VOS !"


              
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          It?s a vacation everyday living in this beautiful gated beach community. (Connie Redden (VisualTour)) $525,000   
Discover what it's like to wake up every morning to magnificent views of the Sound and bay that will take your breath away. Enjoy beach living at it's finest with just about every water sport out your back door, fish, swim, crab, kayak and more. Take a stroll along the private beach and watch the eagles sore, find sea treasures and`take in the local culture this friendly gated beach community of Spee-Bi-Dah has to offers. Whether you are launching your boat to fish, ride your jet ski, have a picnic at the park by the fire pit, or fun at the play field or sports courts, there's something for everyone to do. It's easy access by boat and you may want to anchor in the bay and dinghy in for the weekend. You may want to put in your own mooring buoy! This 2 beds home with a lower living space and second kitchen makes for a perfect beach vacation home, residence or two homes under 1 roof with a separate entrance to the guest home. It's the perfect get Vacation get away!

          6097 Holiday Shores Avenue (American Listed) $629,900   
Presented by: ERA Mountain View Properties. Enjoy one Story Living, in this Beautiful three BEDROOMs/2.5 BATHROOMs Custom Built Waterfront Home, located in Desirable Community of Holiday Shores at Lake James. Home Features Open floor plan, Hard wood floors, Kitchen with Premium granite counters and Stainless Appliances. Over 2000 sq. feet in basement area, that could very easily be finished for additional living space. Home is located in a Deep, Peaceful Cove with Lake Views. Gentle Sloping on Lake Side of Home , Curved Stairs with Lighting, that lead to Large Dock with Boat Lift. Home is surrounded by 1.21 acres, with over 180' of lake frontage .

          Redding Two BR 1.5 BA, VACATION HOME..Immaculate cedar cabin (The Real Estate Group (The Real Estate Book)) $132,000   
VACATION HOME..Immaculate cedar cabin located in Silverthorn on Lake Shasta. Family dining room + deck overlook the lake. 2 beds + loft that easily fit 2 fullsize bedrooms. Covered boat slip on private dock room enough for a 27' patio boat. Kerosene heat, woodstove & evap cooling w/20 yr lease on USFS land. Walk to lake. Owner will carry with reasonable down.

          MUST SEE renovated Two BR/Two BA condo just steps away from the beach! (HomesAndLand.com (Homes & Land Magazine)) $329,900   
End unit offers a lot of light with a view of the canal and boats. Corner lot with no building next to it for extra privacy. Enjoy your view from two lanais (off master bedroom & living room) with a book or cup of coffee. Features include granite countertops, under mount sink, tray ceiling in kitchen, wood laminate flooring in the living space, newer carpet in both bedrooms, tile on the diagonal, new AIR CONDITIONING as of 2016, in-residence washer / dryer, walk in closets in both bedrooms, manual & electric hurricane shutters, and much more! Large under building end parking space included with ample guest parking available. Royal Pelican is located on the south end of Fort Myers Beach within walkable distance to shopping, restaurants, public marina, and a short stroll to the beach. Available amenities two heated community pools, club house, fishing piers, tennis courts, shuffleboard, and deeded beach access. Quick access to Lovers Key and Bonita Springs! Gulf access boat slips available for sale/rent.

          Holiday Beach (HomesAndLand.com (Homes & Land Magazine)) $379,000   
TURNKEY home built in 2015 on peaceful canal facing protected bird sanctuary. Enjoy water views through the hurricane impact windows from all 3 story. Open plan w/floor-to-ceiling windows & high-end kitchen w/SS appliances. Private dock equipped w/boat lift & lighted fish cleaning stand. $379,000

          1/700 USS Arizona BB-39 1941   
1/700 USS Arizona BB-39 1941This is a plastic model kit, which comes unassembled and unpainted. So glue, model paints and other basic modelling tools are additionally required.

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          1/350 DKM Navy Type VII-C U-Boat   
1/350 DKM Navy Type VII-C U-BoatThis is a plastic model kit, which comes unassembled and unpainted. So glue, model paints and other basic modelling tools are additionally required.


Model Dimension: Length: 191mm, Beam: 18.2m
Type VIIC was a slightly modified version of the successful VIIB. They had basically the same engine layout and power, but were slightly larger and heavier which made them not quite as fast as the VIIB. 5 torpedo tubes (4 at the bow and one at the stern) were installed in all but the following boats; only two bow tubes (U-72, U-78, U-80, U-554 and U-555) and no stern tube (U-203, U-331, U-351, U-401, U-431 and U-651).

The VIIC was the workhorse of the German U-boat force in World War Two from 1941 onwards and boats of this type were being built throughout the war. The first VIIC boat being commissioned was the U-69 in 1940. The VIIC was an effective fighting machine and was seen in almost all areas where the U-boat force operated although their range was not as great as the one of the larger IX types.

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          1/350 HMS Astute Submarine   
1/350 HMS Astute SubmarineThis is a plastic model kit, which comes unassembled and unpainted. So glue, model paints and other basic modelling tools are additionally required.


Model Dimension: Length:271mm, Width:31.3 mm
Camouflage Scheme: HMS Astute

The Astute class submarine is the latest submarine in the British Navy, as of 2007. This huge submarine has an appearance similar to a whale, and is nuclear-powered, not requiring a single refueling over its 25 year lifetime. It is not unique in this regard, though. The Astute class submarine is built by BAE Systems at the city of Barrow-in-Furness, on the central west coast of Britain. The submarines will cost about $2.4 billion US Dollars (USD) each. The Astute class consists of attack submarines, in contrast to ballistic missile submarines such as the Vanguard class.

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          Photo Etched Parts Bender (Medium)   
Photo Etched Parts Bender (Medium)Medium size Photo etched bender tool.
79mm x 59mm

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          1/350 Russian Navy Submarine SSGN Oscar II Kursk Cruise Missile   
1/350 Russian Navy Submarine SSGN Oscar II Kursk Cruise MissileThis is a plastic model kit, which comes unassembled and unpainted. So glue, model paints and other basic modelling tools are additionally required.

K-141 Kursk was an Oscar-II class nuclear cruise missile submarine of the Russian Navy, lost with all hands when it sank in the Barents Sea on August 12, 2000. Kursk, was a Project 949A Antey (Antaeus but was also known by its NATO reporting name of Oscar II). It was named after the Russian city Kursk, around which the largest tank battle in military history, the Battle of Kursk, took place in 1943. One of the first vessels completed after the fall of the Soviet Union, it was commissioned into the Russian Navy's Northern Fleet.

Completed size : Length: 440mm Beam: 52mm

More Features :
The kit consists of over 140 parts , includes 7 Photo etched parts
- Photo Etched parts for nameplate and propeller etc.
- contains display stand

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          1/350 Russian Navy SSN Akula Class Attack Submarine   
1/350 Russian Navy SSN Akula Class Attack SubmarineThis is a plastic model kit, which comes unassembled and unpainted. So glue, model paints and other basic modelling tools are additionally required.

Project 971 Shchuka-B ('Shchuka' meaning pike, NATO reporting name "Akula"), is a nuclear-powered attack submarine (SSN) first deployed by the Soviet Navy in 1986. The class is sometimes erroneously called the "Bars" class, after one of its members. Note that Akula ("shark") is the Soviet designation of the ballistic missile submarine class designated by NATO as the Typhoon class submarine.

There are three sub-classes or flights of Shchuka, consisting of the original seven "Akula I" submarines which were built between 1982 and 1986, five "Improved Akula" submarines were built between 1986 and 1991, and four "Akula II" submarines were built from 1991. This information is disputed, however, as the distinction between the Improved Akula and the Akula II class is debated by authoritative sources. The Russians simply call all of the submarines Schuka-B, regardless of modifications, and it is rumoured that no two are alike.

Completed size : Length: 314.5mm Beam: 80mm

More Features :
-The kit consists of over 50 parts , includes over 20 Photo etched parts
-Photo Etched parts for nameplate and propeller etc.
-contains display stand

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          1/200 WWII USS Hornet CV-8   
1/200 WWII USS Hornet CV-8This is a plastic model kit, which comes unassembled and unpainted. So glue, model paints and other basic modelling tools are additionally required.

CV-8 Hornet began construction in 1939, launched in 1940 and commission into service in October 1941, two months prior to the Japanese Navy's attack on Pearl Harbor. Soon after, USS Hornet participated in the daring Doolittle Raid on Tokyo acting as the launching platform for the Raiders B-25B Bombers. The USS Hornet participated in the Battle of Midway but was unable to perform at peack performance due to mishaps and poor timing.

Key Features
- One Piece Injection Molded Hull
- Fully Detailed Aircraft Hanger
- Carrier Deck Molded in Clear Plastic to Display Hanger Detail
5 x F4F-4 Wildcat Fighters
5 x SBD-3 Dauntless Dive Bombers
8 x TBD-1 Devastator Torpedo Bombers
16 x Doolittle Raid B25 B with Proper Nose art and Markings
- Optional Built with "Early" or "Late" Type Radars
- Over 1,290 Parts:
44 Injection Molded Spruces
9 Photo Etched Detailing Sheets (for handrails, radars, etc.)
8 x Turn Metal Barrels for 5 inch Guns
Metal anchor Chains
- Display Stand

Specs
Scale: 1:200
Length: 4.06 feet (1239mm), Beam: 169 mm
Skill Level: 3 Ages 14+

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          Elizabeth de Burgh, the Captive Queen of Scots   
From Sharon Bennett Connolly:
Elizabeth de Burgh was born around 1289. The daughter of Richard de Burgh, Earl of Ulster and Connaught, and his wife, Margaret, she was a god-daughter of England’s king, Edward I. At the age of 13 Elizabeth was married to Robert the Bruce, Earl of Carrick, in 1302; probably at his manor of Writtle, near Chelmsford in Essex. It is possible the marriage was arranged by Edward; he certainly encouraged it, as a way of keeping his young Scottish noble loyal to his cause.

However, events in Scotland would soon push the Bruce away from his English alliances; his murder of his greatest rival for the throne, John Comyn, in the Chapel of the Greyfriars in Dumfries. Aware that he would be excommunicated for his actions, Bruce raced to Scone to be crowned before a papal bull could be issued. 6 weeks later, on March 25th 1306, the Bruce was crowned King Robert I of Scotland, with Elizabeth by his side, by the Bishop of St Andrews, William Lamberton. They were crowned in a second ceremony the next day by Isabella MacDuff, Countess of Buchan, who had arrived too late to play her part in the ceremony on the 25th. As daughter of the Earl of Fife, Isabella claimed the hereditary right of the Clan MacDuff, to crown the King of Scots. Unfortunately the coronation was not the end of trouble for the Bruces. If anything, things were about to get much worse.

An ailing Edward I sent his loyal lieutenant, Aymer de Valence, north and he met and defeated Robert’s army at Methven in June of the same year. Robert sent his brother Neil and the Earl of Atholl to escort his wife to safety. They took the Queen, Princess Marjorie (Robert the Bruce’s daughter by his first marriage), sisters Mary and Christian and the countess of Buchan, north towards Orkney.

However, the English caught up with them at Kildrummy Castle and laid siege to it. The garrison was betrayed from within, the barns set alight and the Bruce women had barely time to escape with the Earl of Atholl before the castle was taken. Sir Neil Bruce and the entire garrison were executed; Neil was hung, drawn and quartered at Berwick in September 1306.

Queen Elizabeth and her companions made for Tain, in Easter Ross, possibly in the hope of finding a boat to take them onwards. However, they were captured by the Earl of Ross (a former adherent of the deposed King John Balliol), who took them from sanctuary at St Duthac and handed them over to the English. They were sent south, To Edward I at Lanercost Priory.

Elizabeth’s capture would have been a hard blow for Robert the Bruce. The new King of Scotland still lacked a male heir, and had no chance of getting one while his wife was in English hands. This made his hold on the throne even more precarious than it already was.

Edward I’s admirer, Sir Maurice Powicke said Edward treated his captives with a ‘peculiar ferocity’. He ordered that 24-year-old Mary Bruce and Isabella, the Countess of Buchan who performed Robert the Bruce’s coronation, should be imprisoned in specially constructed iron cages and suspended from the outside walls of castles; Mary at Roxburgh and Isabella at Berwick. Although it is more likely that the cages were in rooms within the castles, rather than exposed to the elements, they would be held in that way for 4 years, until Edward I’s successor, Edward II, ordered their removal to convents in 1310. (Read more.)

          Comment on Explore the Heart of Borneo by Kang Wed   
spending untuk apa yang dimaksud bro? kalo untuk transportasi bisa di kalkulasi sbb: Jakarta Pontianak = 400-700rb (normal rate) Pontianak Putusssibau = 800 rb (normal rate) Putussibau ke kawasan TNBK = sewa mobil / naek bus sekitar 100rb + sewa speedboat skitar 800rb + BBM skitar 4-6 jerigen @ 20liter + juru mudi+juru batu dihitung per hari sekitar @100rb silakan di total sendiri itu belum untuk akomodasi + konsumsi
          Comment on Making Armor Piercing Ammunition – Improvised Arms and Ammunition 11 by Mike Scott   
One problem I see is accuracy. If the inserted steel rod is not in the exact center of the bullet it will throw bullet off balance. With the high speed spinning of the bullet, I would expect accuracy to be very poor. I would also recommend the already hardened steel nails for penetrating concrete. One video on illegal devices was taped , "Outside the Legal Jurisdiction of the USA". A sample round could be made and accuracy tested. The recording could then be emailed back into the USA. Mexico has strict laws on guns. Perhaps you could rent a boat, make the bullets, and test accuracy all on a boat outside the 12 mile limit. Just bring the recording of testing back. All bullets used in testing so no illegal ammo brought back in. If you need to have a shootout with people wearing vests, things have gone very, very bad! I would suggest leaving the country before it reaches that point. The "Sound of Music" movie is sort of a survivalist film. The entire family fled rather than summit to the Germans.
          Fisherman Says Wife Fell Overboard. Cops Disagree   
A commercial fisherman's story about his wife disappearing into the depths of Lake Erie on a boating trip isn't adding up, and Pennsylvania authorities believe they know why. They say he's the one who put her there. The AP reports Christopher Leclair, 48, is jailed on a charge of criminal...
          Elnathan's #BOAT N°1 with Jude Dibia   
Buchhandlung Am Moritzplatz - 01.07.2017. Elnathan's #BOAT N°1 with Jude Dibia. Wir zeigen dir auf www.wgha.de wohin man abends ausgehen kann.
          Center for Professional Education Team Takes Gold in Dragon Boat Race   
A team made up of students and faculty from the Boston University Center for Professional Education Interpreter and Paralegal Studies programs came in first place during their race on the Charles River at the 38th Annual Boston Dragon Boat Festival. The Center for Professional Education sponsored two boats for this year’s Dragon Boat Festival, a […]
          Sandblaster Painters - Heddle Marine Service Inc. - Hamilton, ON   
Experienced Sandblaster 's and Painters required in Hamilton , for large shipyard working on cargo ships, Tugboats, Coast Guard Vessels, Car & Passenger
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          Comment on Taal SUP – full slideshow of building the Taal stand up Paddleboard by Taal Touring SUP – A new design for a Stand up Paddle Board   
[…] Our prototype build took two and a half weeks to build – weekends off to go sailing and a two weeks away in Cebu to help organise and run a 11 boat Oz Goose sailboat build. I have posted the slideshow of the full build of the Taal SUP here. […]
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          Comment on About by Michael Storer   
Most recent reason we know about because Ian Henehan built to the PDRacer rule but used the construction, foils, spars etc from the <a href="http://www.storerboatplans.com/wp/design/foils/ozracer-rv-a-new-boat-plan-simpler-build-leeboard-and-better-for-kids-or-adults-still-not-a-pdracer/">OzRacer RV</a> plans. When he tried to get a hull number he was told that "an OzRacer never has been a PDRacer". Despite attempts by a third party and supporter of PDRacers to put the point that it was a class legal boat and that if it turned up to an event then it could be measured anyhow - that view persisted and the boat wasn't wasn't given the chance of being accepted. The particular boat was built by a man who has built several aircraft, so there would be very little doubt at all that it matched the PDRacer rules. If the PDRacer admin knows that anything Ozracer was used in a boat - then it probably won't be accepted.
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          Two Old Friends   
My best friend from North Carolina and her daughter (who is the same age as my oldest) came to visit us last week. We had lots of fun staying up late, crafting and drinking lots of wine, shopping, and visiting tourist attractions. We went downtown and took the Chicago architecture boat tour, which I have never gone on. It was so fun - I love tours! We went to a Thai restaurant that I used to go to 20 years ago when I worked downtown. I can't believe it's still there. I almost cried when the spring rolls came out - they were exactly the same as way back then. I have never had better spring rolls anywhere. I had to order two entrees, because I'm not sure I'll ever get back there! I ordered the Pad Thai, and the green tofu curry. As you can see, I ate all the tofu in the curry before I snapped the picture (these are the leftovers)!




We drove up to Milwaukee one day - my favorite city in the whole world. I drove past my old house and the people were hanging out on the front porch. I went up to them and it turns out that they are the same people that bought the house from us 18 years ago. They actually took me inside and gave me a tour! Pretty nice of them to invite a total stranger into their home. 

I finally got to the Comet Cafe in Milwaukee. Although not a vegetarian restaurant, they have many vegetarian and vegan items on the menu (and they are on purpose, not accidental). It's kind of a hippie biker veggie cafe. Totally awesome. I had the vegan meatloaf (which was Field Roast) with beer gravy (it is Milwaukee, after all) and mashed potatoes with seared Brussels sprouts. Also the creamy broccoli soup. It's very refreshing to ask a waitress a question and have her response be about nutritional yeast. I took pictures, but don't seem to have a cord to connect my phone to the computer.

My poor little dogs got a summer hair cut. Despite our brushing them frequently, they had a lot of mats in their long hair and had to be shaved. They don't even look like my dogs! They shaved them too close and we actually had to take one to the vet. Poor babies - I hope it grows back soon. The only consolation is that they will be much cooler for summer - they do really hate the heat!




          Dockhand - Winefred Lake Lodge - Conklin, AB   
Participate in all dock operations including cleaning and fueling rental boats, checking boats and included equipment before and after use and collecting or... $148 a day
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          The Way Of The Dodo!   


Not only is it my wedding anniv today ( thanks for the greets down below folks!) buuut...I just found out that today happens to be...EARTH DAY!! Yaaaaay!!!! Whoohoooo!!! Oh' yeah'..so here I am in my most "Earthlander" attire so fitting for this occasion :))

To be honest, I never really gave much thought about the earth thingy' celebrations or cared even an iota enough for global warming talks or environmental concerns. I clean my backyard. I don't burn leaves ( like my neighbor's doooooo.....hrmph....not even considering that there's a law against it..but who knows anything about the law anyway eh?). I don't pollute or throw trash just about anywhere.

Hey' really..I'm
guiltless!.....

Uuuuh'... just don't peek underneath my sink where I keep mounds of plastic soda containers and plastic grocery bags that will surely, without a doubt, find their way soon enough into our gut wrenching stinking overused landfills wheeeeeere..... the poorest of our urban poor clamor to rummage through the contents of Manila's garbage.

Oh' and a couple of my aerosol fresheners don't count. What's two anyway eh??


It's real nice though watching the "green" people talk their stuff, I empathize enough. It's even more interesting to see clips of "Greenpeace" folksies and some other earthy geeky people sometimes being hauled by the police for"disturbing the peace" I suppose. Why just a few days ago, I even watched ( local news TV) three smashin' sexy hot lettuce wearing ladies ( a Filipina, a Canadian , and an American), all members of PETA ( People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals) being shooed by the cops ( to the dazed amusement of the watching throng) who all looked totally like "lost" and not so sure how to handle three super scantily attired posing pretty ladies in veggie bikinis all smiles while shouting about going vegan..ha!ha!ha!ha!hee!hee!.

And we are barraged by reminders to conserve..conserve..recycle..recycle..I know that already... As far as my subconscious is concerned.

Then I saw THEM! I was sooo just moved and just...really heartbroken. SEALS. Seals in Alaska struggling for "iceberg space". Where did all the icebergs go??? Which reminded me of dolphins...our own dolphins over here.

You see, a few years back we went to this pretty island...and on the way there a school of dolphins started cruising beside our boat after which, they all but proceeded to somersault...awesome!!!!!!!!!!!!

Then suddenly from nowhere...we saw garbage...g.a.r.b.a.g.e. in the open seas!!!! Opeeen seeeeaaas!!! Can you believe that??...

And those poor dolphins had to swim through the floating debris of sandwich wraps and soda cans ( I distinctly remember the Pepsi can) and so much...just so much more unbelievable.... muck. We can only surmise that the garbage came from the surrounding islands. All resorts. Definitely, it was resort garbage.

The cheery boatload of locals and foreign tourists all fell silent. We just stared and stared and stared...at the poor dolphins. I think in some way......we all
were collectively upset and sad and maybe...yes, felt a tinge guilty......even if it wasn't our garbage and didn't have anything to do with it. I feel sad right now thinking of this. Makes me feel like we're heading the way of the Dodo.


And for the first time I'm contemplating...the way things are going right now...if we all don't do something...the smallest something...if I don't do my smallest something...we all will become like those poor seals...struggling and begging for space.......in a plundered murdered world that has lost all its dignified human semblance of a breathing..... living..... habitable earth.
          My friend Mel   


Sunny streaked windy day my part of the world and the mango tree outside my bedroom window is swaying funny to the tune. Pweeetty!

My mind is on a boat though. I mean, I'm thinking of a
boat. Not a cruise boat..no...I'm not going on any...Not a speedboat no...haven't ridden on one...Just thinking of an ordinary boat bubbing along in the sea...pushed here and there by the kind of wind I feel right now....swirling..circling..bending over on one side then the other...seemingly out of control one moment then gently gliding the next. I am that boat.

Everything about me is just floooooating. Happy one moment, weepy the instant next, angry a second over, puzzled the minute after, loving the next and apathetic afterwards. I am a nuclear barrel of sizzling emotions. Okay....nuclear is a bit over the top...I'm sticking to " I am a boat " twirling in a whirpool made just for me. Come to think ov' it..I am the whirpool too!

But this morning my yoga instructor was just so wonderful. Oh' gawd' how I admire women who have had years of resiliency and just a whole load of discipline to shape themselves. This lady is powerful I tell you. Her buttocks are firm and not a darn thing is swinging from under her arms...shucks'...

Well this morning she made us do half an our of "tribal dance" that incorporated cha cha (?) and a whole lot of arm swaying and hip grinding and feet moves. For the first time ever I actually...was able to follow somebody's dance steps!YAY! This was followed by yoga poses which stretched me to a twang. Slow mindful breathing and a moment of meditation ended the program.

I felt so light hearted and positive on my way home. For once I was able to appreciate the prettiness of my neighborhood again...the cute houses and lushness of trees..the quaint peaceful newly renovated - so zen like - Catholic church which is always open to anyone who would like to have a sense of quiet...the chirping birdies saying hello to me...then the welcome bark of my poodle and the smile of little yellow flowers sitting on my window sill. Sigh.

There's lots to do I know, and once in a while this little heavy thug in my heart pulls me back to melancholy. Have no idea where "mel" is coming from but I'll just let it be. Later in the afternoon ( after the ping pong table arrives - Hubz bought one) I'll take a nice walk around the community park. I'll bring "mel" with me....then maybe it'll find the park pretty enough to be left off there...

swinging perhaps, on the biggest acacia tree.
          Finally … another UFO spotted over Darwin   
TONY Waldron was relaxing on his boat when he accidentally captured the latest out-of-this-world visitor to the NT.
          LIST: New Florida state laws take effect July 1   
Commercial delivery by drones, new rules for Uber and Lyft, boat docking and expressing religious beliefs at schools are among the new laws …
          Purchasing A Home On A Lake   
So you have finally made decisions to purchase a house on a lake. Whether you are thinking about building a house or buying an existing one, several things should be considered before moving forward along with your lake house plans. At the outset, know the right goals when buying the waterfront property. Make sure to know, if you are looking for seclusion, some place to unwind yourself from the hectic job in cites, or if you plan upon entertaining your family and friends within your new retreat

When you are building the house, always keep the boat house size very small. You may also tuck it in some discrete spot so that it would not dominate the landscape. This is true with the dock, too. Most homeowners today would prefer a more rustic sort of look which blends with the look of the lake front property. When you are buying pre-existing homes and things about it, it seems perfect except shoreline structures; they are relatively easy with inexpensive things to change.

More and more homeowners of lake-front property today look for a carefully managed and maintained site or development. They are aware of the fact that even small structure built up on the waterfront property could have huge impact on health of the lake, endeavoring to tread light up on the part of earth



          Quick Steps to Make Money in Distant Real Estate   
Distant” real estate is any income property more than 25 miles from your home. Here are some steps to make money in distant real estate :
  • Try to get distant real estate in areas offering you the type of recreation you enjoy—golf, boating, hiking, swimming, etc. Then you’ll be happy to visit your distant income properties.
  • Run the same profit numbers for distant real estate that you do for local real estate. You should also include travel expenses to and from your distant properties.
  • Keep in mind that your travel expenses to and from your distant properties are fully tax-deductible if you make these trips to collect rent, supervise repairs, find new tenants, for example.

          Tug Boat Pull   

I don't think this little boat was made to be pulled behind a 4wheeler at full speed. But this is exactly what it was used for.


          Old motor low hours question   
Looking at a 2006 f250 with well under 300 hours. :o I put that many on my boat in the last 15 months. If all checks out after scoping for corrosion,...
          Chopping/Hinging Tower   
What would ballpark cost be to hinge or chop a tower like below? How long can something like that take to complete? Boat will be trailered so it has...
          1995 Mako 282cc with 275 Verados: 45k OBO   
For Sale: 1995 Mako 282 center console The boat has undergone a major overhaul completed in 2013 including: -Professionally reinforced transom to...
          Best route with mixed bag of electronics   
I recently just re-powered my boat with verados and I'm looking to set up my auto pilot which was never installed correctly before, I'm going to list...
          What can an old Mako 17 handle?   
My boats a 72 Mako, its got a 140 evinrude runs great now. Ive taken it in 2ft seas and it handles good. I know the transom will need some work over...
          1998 World Cat 266 SF For sale. Trailer & Yamaha 250 4 Strokes   
For sale is my 1998 266 SF World Cat. I originally had a friend post the boat on here for me, but the mods made him take it down so here it is again....
          Dragon Boats up for the £1 million challenge   
The organisers of York's annual Dragon Boat Challenge aim to take their fundraising total past £1million this year. MIKE FIELDSEND reports
          FWC reminds to watch for nesting shorebirds, sea turtles this 4th of July   

As people make plans to go to the beach for the Independence Day holiday, the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission reminded the public to help protect beach-nesting shorebirds and sea turtles by giving them space and keeping personal fireworks off the beach.

Wildlife officials asked beachgoers to respect shorebird and sea turtle areas that are posted to protect the vulnerable species, but pointed out that not all nests are posted.

Shorebirds on Florida’s Atlantic and Gulf coasts are nesting now, with many of them watching over flightless chicks. Loud noises can cause adults to flush off their nests and tiny chicks to become separated from parents, leaving them vulnerable to predators, the elements and getting stepped on by beachgoers.

July is also a busy time for sea turtle nesting on Florida beaches, and female sea turtles can become disoriented and fail to lay their eggs if disturbed by bright lights, loud noises and people getting too close to them. Sea turtle hatchlings are also beginning to emerge this month.

“It’s great to celebrate the Fourth of July, but please help our nesting shorebirds and sea turtles by giving them space and keeping personal fireworks off Florida beaches,” said Brad Gruver, who leads the FWC’s Species Conservation Planning Section. “Attending an official fireworks display is a better choice when it comes to helping Florida’s wildlife.”

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During the Fourth of July holiday, boaters also can help protect nesting birds by not getting close to or making loud noises near Critical Wildlife Areas. Boaters also can help conserve wildlife by looking out for and avoiding manatees and sea turtles in coastal waters.

The FWC offered the following Fourth of July tips:

  • Leave personal fireworks at home and attend an official display instead. The loud sounds and bright lights of impromptu fireworks on Florida's beaches and waterways can have catastrophic effects on nesting birds and their chicks, as well as nesting sea turtles.
  • Stay out of posted areas, including Critical Wildlife Areas, and keep your distance from nesting sea turtles.
  • If you walk your dog on the beach, keep it on a leash and at a distance from birds, sea turtles and their nests.
  • Do not feed birds or leave trash, picnic leftovers or fish scraps on the beach. These scraps attract predators that will also eat the eggs and hatchlings of birds and sea turtles.
  • Wear polarized sunglasses when boating to make it easier to spot manatees and sea turtles. With manatees, look for the circles on the water’s surface indicating their underwater movement or a nose sticking out of the water. Also listen for huffing noises that manatees make when coming up for air. Most of all, slow down and comply with the posted manatee zones.
  • Learn more from the Be a Beach Hero! and Share the Beach with Beach-nesting Birds brochures.
  • Report people disturbing nesting birds and sea turtles and their young by calling the FWC Wildlife Alert Hotline: 888-404-FWCC (3922), #FWC or *FWC on a cellphone, or by texting Tip@MyFWC.com.

          By: Anonymous   
This is Ben Pettingill, Dream Awareness Coordinator. What a great time to recognize National Dream Awareness Weekend in Indianapolis! John Orton led the etevns for Friday night, he is compelled through understanding in reverence. The Dream Team Assembly set up refreshments and desserts before hosting an Open House and Dream Lecture at our beloved school. Everyone enjoyed Lindy Stafford's lemon squares and her attention to the details made for a comfortable cafe-like atmosphere. Katrina Parsley opened the evening with a brief introduction of SOM and related the significance of dreams to our real-life aspirations. Katrina is very well spoken, the knower in her gives her great confidence. She introduced me, the evening's speaker. Dreams, Songs of the Soul was a talk I gave to inspire everyone involved to realize the importance of their dreams. Interpret the symbols in your dreams and apply the learning, then you can more easily share in the blessings of life. The night closed with delightful conversation and socialization amongst friends. The weather on Saturday was perfect for an outdoor fair we called Family Dream Day. The Dream Team Assembly set up the event activities by noon. We welcomed new and familiar faces for the afternoon as we enjoyed a cook-out. The food was prepared by Katrina Parsley, Lindy Stafford and Heather Washburn. Heather is so eager to share her insights on life with her gifted son Noah, who celebrated his birthday with us! Christine Spretnjak focused on speaking to interested prospective students and explaining the many truths SOM classes offer. The children, and even the adults took advantage of our creative activities focused on dreams. Greg Sparrow and John Orton helped me set up the fun booths for Drawing your Dreams and Sculpting your Dreams. From there, the artists were invited to Act Out your Dreams on the mini theater stage erected in front of the picnic tables with their artwork and other pre-fabricated props like a house, a truck and a boat on different terrains like grassy plains, a lake, and even mountains. My heart grew so big when I saw children fall in love with our Family Dream Day.Saturday evening began in a beautiful media room on the campus of Butler University. People literally visited from both ends the country. Christine Spretnjak led the film screening event for The Edge of Dreaming and I was impressed how well she handled all of the electronics. After the viewing, she led a Q&A session on the topic of dreams and the film. She was able to give very helpful advice to a person who often walks in his sleep. We are so lucky to have a director like Christine. With such poise and introspection, she is the ideal candidate for becoming a college student.A small group of us met on Sunday evening to go out into the streets of Broad Ripple. We wanted to share information about the National Dream Hotlineae and the opportunity to get everyone's dreams interpreted for free until midnight, and whenever they are so inclined. Stan Wenck was among the crew that got the public excited about getting their dreams interpreted. With 77 publications in his lifetime, Dr. Stan Wenck (a retired psychologist) added credibility to the notion that dreams are real messages from the Soul. My dreams the next morning spoke of changing disciplines; it makes me happy to know that my subconscious is responding to all of the learning I receive from the School of Metaphysics. I want to send out a big THANKS to the supporters from the World Headquarters, all of my fellow Indy students and teachers who helped collaborate the vision, to all of my friends that came to support me from outside of the school, and special thanks to my mom, dad, brothers, sister-in-law, and nephew Nolan whom I love very much![Ed. note: It sounds like the theme of "Family Dream Day" extended throughout the weekend for this Dream Awareness Coordinator!] bdpettingill []
          STORE MANAGER - Dollar General - Morrisville, PA   
Frequent handling of merchandise and equipment such as hand-held scanner, pricing guns, box cutters, merchandise containers, two-wheel dollies, and U-boats (six...
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          ASST STORE MGR - Dollar General - Morrisville, PA   
Frequent handling of merchandise and equipment such as handheld scanners, pricing guns, box cutters, merchandise containers, two-wheel dollies, U-boats (six...
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           Fisherman charged in wife's lake killing despite no body    
A commercial fisherman's story about his wife disappearing into the depths of Lake Erie on a boating trip isn't adding up, and Pennsylvania authorities say...
          Volunteer Opportunities: GWN Sport Regatta - Dragon Boat Festival July 15 - GWN Events - Toronto, ON   
Soak up the excitement along the city’s waterfront, featuring a boardwalk and extensive bike trail for those who wish to venture further along Lake Ontario....
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          I've missed the boat again   
I had a brilliant idea for sorting out the EU this morning.  What we need to do is to find an ardent Eurosceptic (I would be an ideal candidate) who can then join the EU bureaucracy and work from the inside to make the EU into a completely ridiculous organisation, one that fails to make any headway on anything of importance, legislates away merrily on matters of no importance whatsoever, and wastes shedloads of money in the process.

A few years of that, and democratic support for the EU will soon evaporate.  And I'll spend those years with a nice expenses account among the restaurants of Brussels.  What's not to like?

And then it struck me. 

I'm too late.  Someone is obviously already at it. 

Whoever you are, I salute you!
          Marine Mechanic - BizNets.com - Apsley, ON   
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          Joe Meadors: I seem to have all the bad luck in the world when it comes to the Israelis.   
For second time, Joe Meadors was aboard a ship attacked by Israeli forces in international waters. He was aboard the Svendoni, one of the Free Gaza boats that was seized early Monday morning (not the Mavi Marmara where nine activists were killed); and he was a signalman on the USS Liberty, the US Navy ship that was attacked by Israeli forces in international waters 43 years ago in 1967. Thirty-four Americans were killed and more than 170 were wounded in that attack.

Capt. William McGonagle: It appeared, from the ferocity of the attack, that the intent of the attackers was to sink the ship. Maybe they hoped to have no survivors, so that they would not be held accountable for the attack after it occurred.

Stan White: We didn’t know who was attacking us. They didn’t know who was attacking us. I don’t know how Washington can say, "Don’t go, because they’re friends of ours." So that’s the thing that’s always bothered me right there.

Dean Rusk: I never, myself, accepted the Israeli purported explanation. Accidents don’t occur through repeated attacks by service vessels and by aircraft. It obviously was a decision taken pretty high up on the Israeli side, because it involved combined forces. The ship was flying an American flag. Even if it had been unidentified from an Israeli point of view, it was a reckless thing for them to do. Suppose it had been a Soviet ship. That could have produced very large problems indeed.

James Akins: George Ball, the brilliant and courageous Undersecretary of State at the time of the '67 war, wrote about the attack on the Liberty subsequently. He said, "The ultimate lesson of the Liberty attack" was that it "had far more effect on policy in Israel than in America. Israel's leaders concluded that nothing they might do would offend the Americans to the point of reprisal. If America’s leaders did not have the courage to punish Israel for the blatant murder of American citizens, it seemed clear that their American friends would let them get away with almost anything."

- from the documentary Loss of Liberty.

Joe Meadors: They [Israel] claimed that they mistook us for an Egyptian tramp steamer. They claimed it was a mistake, and they apologized for the mistake. The US government accepted it. But then again, the US government has never conducted an investigation of the attack. War crimes were committed by both Israel and the United States during that attack, and we’ve been trying to get them investigated, but the US government just ignores our request.

Amy Goodman: Your thoughts about what happened last weekend in the early morning hours of Monday?

Joe Meadors: I was kind of apprehensive, given the history I’ve had with the Israelis. I seem to have all the bad luck in the world when it comes to the Israelis.

- from a DemocracyNow! interview with Joe Meadors.
          How the hell did it happen? - Daniel Okrent on how Prohibition democratized drinking and made the income tax possible   
In 1920 could anyone have believed that the Eighteenth Amendment, ostensibly addressing the single subject of intoxicating beverages, would set off an avalanche of change in areas as diverse as international trade, speedboat design, tourism practices, soft-drink marketing, and the English language itself? Or that it would provoke the establishment of the first nationwide criminal syndicate, the idea of home dinner parties, the deep engagement of women in political issues other than suffrage, and the creation of Las Vegas? As interpreted by the Supreme Court and as understood by Congress, Prohibition would also lead indirectly to the eventual guarantee of the American woman's right to abortion and simultaneously dash that same woman's hope for an Equal Rights Amendment to the Constitution. Prohibition changed the way we live, and it fundamentally redefined the role of the federal government. How the hell did it happen?

- from Last Call: The Rise and Fall of Prohibition by Daniel Okrent

On how Prohibition democratized drinking

The saloon was a male-only place. That was always the case...Prohibition changes everything. The saloons become speakeasies, and because it is an outlaw operation, it begins to behave in outlaw ways. Women start to come because it's an exciting thing to do. They're accommodated. That means they have to put in tables, because you can't just have the women standing at the bar, so table service begins. Music shows up for the first time. If you have men and women drinking together, you have to have music. Jazz, the outlaw music, is rising at that very same time. There were no bars in the pre-Prohibition era that had live music. It just didn't happen.

On how Prohibition made the income tax posible:

Going back as far as the Whiskey Rebellion of the 1790s and then the beer tax that was brought in during the Civil War to finance the Civil War, the federal government had been dependent upon the excise tax on alcohol to operate. In some years, domestic revenue, as much as 50 percent of it came from excise taxes. So the Prohibitionists realized that they couldn't get rid of liquor so long as the federal government was dependent upon liquor to get its revenue and to operate. So they supported the income tax movement, and in exchange, many of the populists who were behind the income tax movement supported Prohibition. In 1913, the 16th Amendment is passed. The income tax comes in. The federal government has another means of supporting itself. And at that point, the Prohibitionists who had been operating state by state by state decided we can now have an amendment to the federal Constitution because the government is no longer dependent. There's another source of revenue.

- two excerpts from Prohibition Life: Politics, Loopholes And Bathtub Gin, a Terry Gross, Fresh Air interview with Daniel Okrent.
          The Proto-Indo-European Homeland Puzzle   
The Indo-European Language Family

Indo-European was the first language family to be identified. This discovery, and the beginning of modern linguistics, can be dated to February 2, 1786 at a gathering of scientists and other interested men. Sir William Jones, speaking at the Asiatic Society in Calcutta, made this astounding statement:

The Sanskrit language, whatever be its antiquity, is of a wonderful structure: more perfect than the Greek, more copious than the Latin, and more exquisitely refined than either; yet bearing to both of them a stronger affinity, both in the roots of verbs and in the forms of grammar, than could possibly have been produced by accident; so strong indeed, that no philologer could examine them all three, without believing them to have sprung from some common source, which, perhaps, no longer exists.

Jones later added Persian and Celtic as likely members of this family of languages.

Jones was uniquely qualified to make this discovery. His parental language was Welsh; he was taught English at school; he learned classical Greek and Latin in university where he studied law; he wrote the first English grammar of the Persian language (which earned him a reputation as one of the most respected linguists in Europe); and when appointed a judge in India at age 37 set out to learn the Sanskrit language to better understand local laws. Thus by age 40 Jones was familiar with a language in 6 (out of a total of 12) different Indo-European language branches.

Indo-European languages are spoken today by over 3 billion people - about half of the world's population - as either a first or second language. These languages are divided into 10 or 12 language branches or subfamilies. See the attached graph (Figure 1.1 of The Horse, The Wheel and Language p.12) which is arranged more or less geographically. English is a member of the Germanic subfamily along with German, Dutch, Frisian, the Scandinavian languages (which includes Icelandic), Yiddish, and Afrikaans. Other languages to note include:
            Tocharian – two extinct languages found in western China, the farthest East branch
            Hittite – a member of the extinct Anatolian branch – the earliest branch to separate
            Romany – the language of the Gypsies of Europe, is a member of the Indic branch showing that they originated in northwest India (not to be confused with Rumanian which is a member of the Latin or Romance language branch)



Source: Figure 1.1 of The Horse, The Wheel and Language p.12

About 6,000 to 5,000 years ago the parent language, called Proto-Indo-European, was spoken by a semi-nomadic tribe of people in the southern Ukraine and Russia. How their language spread and evolved into all of all these languages could be the subject for a future lecture. Today I want to show how historical linguistics and archaeology were combined to solve the puzzle of who the speakers of Proto-Indo-European were, and where and when they lived.
Source: Figure 1.2 of The Horse, The Wheel and Language p.14

The Proto-Indo-European Homeland Puzzle

Since the discovery of the IE language family, the location of the homeland of the original speakers has been claimed by different people to be many different places: India, Pakistan, Syria/Lebanon, the Caucasus Mountains, Turkey, Armenia, Kazakhstan, Russia, Ukraine, the Balkans and Germany. By the late 20th century linguists only seriously considered two of these – Anatolia (modern Turkey) and the steppes of southern Ukraine and Russia. And as recently as 2000, Calvert Watkins in his essay “Indo-European and the Indo-Europeans” which introduces his book The American Heritage Dictionary of Indo-European Roots stated “Archaeologists have not in fact succeeded in locating the Indo-Europeans.”

Colin Renfrew was a strong supporter of the other serious contender, Anatolia. Renfew's elegant proposal, published in the 1990's, had Proto-Indo-European migrant farmers carry their language along with agriculture from the Middle East to the westernmost part of Europe. But like many elegant theories, this one turned out to be not true. (I was greatly disappointed when linguistics and DNA analysis disproved Thor Heyerdahl's theories of Polynesian origins). There are, as we will see, serious problems with Renfrew's theory.

Before going further, I need to emphasize one point. Proto-Indo-European is a language. It is not a culture, nor is it a genetically-definable population. Language does not necessarily follow cultural boundaries, which can be determined by archaeology. Every first year archaeology student is taught “pots are not people”. But we know that someone must have spoken this language, and they must have lived in a particular place during a particular time. So while looking for the speakers of Proto-Indo-European we need to be careful of this constraint.
  
Clues from the Language

Since Proto-Indo-European is a language, let's look first at clues to the homeland from the language itself. The American Heritage Dictionary of Indo-European Roots published in 2000 contains 1350 reconstructed root words and several thousand more words based on these roots. These words have been painstakingly reconstructed by comparing similar words (called cognates) from the daughter languages over the more than 200 years since Jones' discovery. What can we learn about the people who spoke this language from their vocabulary?

they knew four seasons with snow in winter
they were not familiar with tropical plants or animals
animals include: wolf, lynx, elk beaver, otter, mouse, fish
birds include: crane, goose, duck, eagle, woodpecker
insects: wasp, hornet, fly, louse, bee, honey (mead)
domestic animals include: dog, cattle, sheep and horse
horses play an important role in the culture
they practiced spinning and weaving of wool
they knew metallurgy - copper
they knew of the wheel and used wagons or carts (weak link in Anatolian)
they knew of boats and oars - words like nav (navigate, navy) and rowing.
gift exchange is an important part of their culture
the guest-host relation was important –  *ghosti is the root of both host and guest (ghost originally meant visitor or guest)
they borrowed words from Proto-Uralic, another Eurasian language family, suggesting that the Proto-Indo-European speakers must have lived close to, and likely traded with, people who spoke Proto-Uralic who then, as now, live in northern Europe and Siberia (Hungarian is a member of this family found in Europe because of recent migration (~900CE).

The seasons and animals indicate a northern location either in or adjacent to a forest. The words for bee and honey place the homeland west of the Ural Mountains as honeybees do not occur east of there.

Clues to Dating Proto-Indo-European

Language can also help place the Proto-Indo-European speakers in time as well as location.

Agriculture was introduced to Europe between 6700 and 6500 BC while the wheel was not known until 3400 BC and woolen textiles sometime after 4000 BC. For the daughter language families to have similar words for the wheel and wool, they must have separated from Proto-Indo-European after their arrival. This effectively eliminates the Anatolian farmer immigrant theory. Besides, the two or three Anatolian languages were very similar to each other and spoken by only a small number of people in this area, which strongly suggests they are spoken by Indo-European speaking migrants to Anatolia, not by the ancestors of the language.

The domestication of the horse provides additional clues. Horses were hunted for meat by the people of the steppe for millennia before they were domesticated. They were first domesticated sometime after 4800 BC, a thousand years after cattle were introduced to the area. But they were raised for their meat only. During a cool dry period (4200-3800 BC) horses would have an advantage over cattle because they can forage for themselves during the winter. [Pioneer farmers in Saskatchewan like my grandfather often turned their horses loose for the winter to manage for themselves, rounding them up in the spring]. Riding of horses began on the steppes sometime before 3700 BC and had spread to Northern Kazakhstan, the Caucasus Mountains, and into Europe, by 3000 BC.

An important tool used in the dating of horse riding is bit wear on horse molars. The identification of tooth wear caused by bits of metal, bone, rope and rawhide, was pioneered by the author of The Horse, The Wheel and Language – David W. Anthony, and his wife, fellow archaeologist Dorcas Brown. There is an interesting Saskatchewan connection here. One of the experts they contacted was Hilary Clayton who began studying the mechanics of bits in horses’ mouths while working in Philadelphia, and then took a job at the Western Veterinarian College in Saskatoon. Anthony and Brown followed her to Saskatchewan in 1985 and viewed the X-ray videos she had made of horses chewing their bits.

Riding horses provided a significant benefit to herders in the steppes. A man on horseback could manage a herd of cattle or sheep much larger than a man on foot. With the much later advent of wheeled carts, about 3300 BC, the herders could carry with them tents, food and water allowing them to take advantage of the vast areas between the river valleys. This opened up the steppe much as the horse did to the plains of North America 5,000 years later.

Dating the Daughters

Language provides clues to timing in another way. Linguists can date, with more or less certainty, when each of the daughter language branches separated from the mother language. Here is a list of the branches, in the order of separation, with the approximate date (all BC) of separation (from Figure 3.2 The Horse, The Wheel and Language p. 57).

            Anatolian        4200
            Tocharian       3700 - 3300
            Germanic        3300
            Celtic / Italic   3000
            Greek / Armenian 2500
            Balto-Slavic    2500
            Indo-Iranian    2500-2200

Clues from Archaeology – The Kurgan Cultures

With the time line narrowed to the period 4000 to 2000 BC, it's time to look at the archaeological record and see who was living in the likely homelands and how well they fit with the linguistic clues. The archaeology of the Pontic-Caspian steppes was mostly carried out by Soviet scientists and published in Russian. These were not translated into English until the 1990s. Anthony was one of the first western archaeologists to study this work and relate it to the Proto-Indo-European homeland question.

Anthony found a close fit with the western steppe peoples who built huge burial mounds called kurgans. Their culture varied somewhat over the Proto-Indo-European time line and also geographically from place to place within this large area, but their overall cultures were similar, especially compared to the foragers to the north and east and to the sophisticated farming cultures to the west and south. They were semi-nomadic, raising cattle and sheep. Horses were important both for meat and for riding to manage their growing herds. They used wheeled carts. They mined their own ore and made their own tools and weapons of copper, tin and bronze.

Even more compelling is the evidence, from archaeology, of known migrations out of the steppes in the right directions and at the right times to account for the birth of the daughter language families.

1) to the west 4200-3900 (Anatolian)
2) to the east 3700-3300 (Tocharian)
3) to the west - several waves (Germanic, Celtic, Italic)
4) to north (Baltic, Slavic)
5) to the east and south (Iranian, Indic)

I should explain that by migration I do not mean large scale movement of people displacing existing populations along with their culture and language. This may have been the case with the Pre-Tocharians who made a remarkably long migration in one jump to the Altai Mountains 2000 km to the east (equivalent to the journey made by my grandparents from southern Ontario to Saskatchewan, but without the advantage of trains). Most if not all the other migrations were by small groups who, through some combination of trade or intimidation, became rulers of existing populations. They brought with them enough of their culture to be recognized archaeologically; and they brought their language which, for a variety of reasons, was adopted by the others and continued to spread long after they were gone.
  
Puzzle Solved

While there may be a few objections to his theory not yet satisfactorily answered, Anthony is convinced that the Proto-Indo-European Homeland puzzle has been solved.

Source: Figure 5.1 of The Horse, The Wheel and Language p.84

I want to finish with a quote from The Horse, The Wheel and Language  p. 464

Understanding the people who lived before us is difficult, particularly the people who lived in the prehistoric tribal past. Archaeology throws a bright light on some aspects of their lives but leaves much in the dark. Historical linguistics can illuminate a few of those dark corners.

          Fisherman charged in wife's lake killing despite no body   

A commercial fisherman's story about his wife disappearing into the depths of Lake Erie on a boating trip isn't adding up, and Pennsylvania authorities say they know why. They believe Christopher Leclair is the one who put her there.


          Driving drunk is not just an issue on the road   

The Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries says agents will look for impaired boat operators as part of Operation Dry Water through Sunday. Officials say alcohol can impair a boater's judgment, balance, vision and reaction time.


          Iowa court strikes breath tests in drunken boating cases   

K.C. Fleming motors to the loading dock after a day on the water April 10, 2016, along the Mississippi River near the Port of Burlington. The Iowa Supreme Court on Friday struck down a portion of the state's drunken boating law that allows officers to seek alcohol breath tests, ruling it is unconstitutional and coercive.


          Body recovered from Yellowknife's Long Lake last night   

CBC News has confirmed a body was pulled from the waters of Yellowknife's Long Lake Thursday evening, after an RCMP-led search of the popular boating lake on the outskirts of the city.


          "Boating is illegal on the Interstate": Boat stalls traffic on I-25 near Castle Rock   

The mishap happened after 4 p.m. in the southbound lanes going through Castle Rock, the Colorado State Patrol said. Just when you thought I25 couldn't get any worse going south through CRock on a Friday.


          2 Shot, 1 Dead In Police Chase, 2 More Wanted   

Boat Falls Off Trailer, Slows Traffic On I-25 In case you're wondering, boating is illegal on the interstate. Former Bronco TE Mitchell Henry Dies At 24 Mitchell Henry, a tight end for three NFL teams following a standout career at Western Kentucky, has died after battling leukemia.


          THP, TWRA to patrol for drunk drivers, boaters on July 4 weekend   

The Tennessee Highway Patrol and the Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency will be working through the holiday weekend to keep East Tennesseans safe by trying to keep people from drinking and then operating a car or a boat. The Tennessee Highway Patrol has a sobriety checkpoint on July 1 on State Route 68 at Christiansburg Road in Monroe County on July 1, a seat belt checkpoint on July 4 on Old Knoxville Highway at Interstate 140 in Blount County, and several driver's license checkpoints in Hawkins County on July 1 and 2. TWRA is conducting its "Operation Dry Water" to combat boating under the influence from June 30 to July 2. Specific patrols are planned for Douglas, Norris and Ft.


          Iowa Court strikes breath tests in drunken boating cases   

The Iowa Supreme Court has struck down as unconstitutional a portion of Iowa's drunken boating law that allows officers to seek alcohol breath tests declaring the law coercive. A divided 4-3 court concluded Friday that the portion of the law that requires individuals suspected of drunken boating to pay a fine of at least $500 if they decline a breath test violates the state constitutional protection against unreasonable searches and seizures.


          Officials crack down on buzzed boating on Sacramento waterways   

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          Iowa DNR conducting special boating while ...   

As the Fourth of July holiday approaches, the Iowa Department of Natural Resources law enforcement officers will be focusing on keeping boaters safe by cracking down on boating under the influence. The DNR will be conducting heightened awareness and enforcement of boating-under-the-influence laws as part of the national Operation Dry Water campaign in hopes to decrease the number of crashes and deaths.


          Boating Visits to Assawoman Islands Hurting Nesting Bird Populations   

The Maryland Coastal Bays Program said the nesting season of birds living on the islands that dot the Assawoman Bay and surrounding bodies of water is being interrupted by boaters. The islands are home to several species of endangered birds in the middle of their nesting season.


          How San Bernardino County sheriffa s officers work to keep Colorado River boaters safe   

William "Billy" Poe knows nearly every curve and inlet of Lake Havasu's shoreline, as well as the Colorado River as it extends north toward Needles. But for him, its geography is marked as much by names - Copper Canyon, Devil's Elbow and Body Beach - as it is by the lives that have been lost in accidents on the waterway.


          Too Much Water in Mokelumne River for Safe Boating, Park Rangers Say   

This time of year, Pigorsh says the flows from the Camanche Reservoir are usually 300 cubic feet per second. Right now, flows are at 2,530 cfs.


          Fire, police departments encourage boating safety   

From left to right: Pumper Engineer John Ehnot, firefighter TJ Coolidge, Lt. Marcus Dierna and firefighter Steve Buda of the Bridgeport Fire Department on Wood Avenue gathered for a photo on the fire boat early Thursday afternoon, June 29, 2017.


          Officers Warn Against Drinking & Boating On Minn. Lakes   

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          Sun Safe Boating designates July Sun Safe Boating Month   

Sun Safe Boating, an industry collaboration devoted to sun safety in recreational boating, has declared the month of July as "Sun Safe Boating Month" in a new month-long effort to raise awareness and encourage sun safe activities with recreational boaters. Sun Safe Boating Month will coincide with UV Safety Month in July and will become an annual awareness month.


          Applications accepted for boat sewage disposal facilities on   

The state Department of Energy and Environmental Protection is accepting applications for the 2018 boating season for boat sewage disposal facilities on Long Island Sound and Candlewood Lake. Grant proposals can come from owners and operators of public or private marine facilities.


          Customer Care Specialist - Legend Boats - Whitefish, ON   
We hope that this will be done in a fun and almost cheeky way, and will require all of your improvisation and acting skills....
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          Real Steel Resurgent Car Show & Swap Meet   
We're talking boatloads of cars, a swap meet, live music and entertainment. All to benefit Waterloo's VFW Post 1623. It's the 'Real Steel Resurgent - Car Show &amp; Swap Meet'. Continue reading…
          Retail Sales Associate - Little River Boatworld Inc. - Sorrento, BC   
Retail sales – assisting customers in purchasing water toys, boat safety equipment, accessories, and clothing....
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          Great 16.5 foot Fiberform!- $1650   
Excellent shape, my Dad always well maintained this boat and hull is in great shape inside and out. Old 65 hp Mercury 4 cylinder ... 
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          Comment on George G. Meade Gets Some Respect by John Foskett   
Just demonstrating some versatility. For example, I'm not categorically against signal stations when the guy in charge is (1) at the station and (2) can actually see what's going on and (3) if needed can actually dispatch couriers to the correct place. I just don't advocate clambering around the mast of a gunboat with a Leica special strapped around the neck from x miles away as evening settles in and so far as I know nobody's been told to run the on-site operation.. :)
          8 Restaurants Where You Can Discover Australian Cuisine (and Even Eat Kangaroo)   

When I boarded the plane for Australia, I had two goals in mind for my trip: Figure out what Australian cuisine is all about, and eat a kangaroo. Like bison, kangaroo seems to evoke a place, and it was this vision that I packed with me on my two-week trip to Australia. I started my tour looking for meals that would explain what Australian cuisine was and hoping to eat some kangaroo. The cultures that make up Australian food landed on the continent by boats that traveled from faraway places—China, Indonesia, Malaysia—and it’s this blend that creates a diverse Australian cuisine. Add native ingredients—like kangaroo—that you won’t find anywhere else for a culinary experience like no other.

Insider Tip: Kangaroos are the epitome of free range and can only be harvested in the wild. Because the animals range far distances grazing solely on bugs and grasses, the meat is very lean—only 2% fat—and it’s high in iron and omega-3. The Australian government sets strict quotas on commercial collection of kangaroos (15-20% a year), which ensures that only the most common and abundant species are harvested.—Larissa Zimberoff


          Xeper   
If I remember correctly, it is the ninth hour of the night, when the boat of Afu Ra, the dead sun, is transformed into a serpent which crosses the red sands of the kingdom of Seker, the oldest Egyptia
          Nurse Manager - RPN/LPN - Revera Inc. - Lindsay, NB   
Relax in the private garden patio or take the path along the waterway to watch the boats or get exercise. Revera is a leading owner, operator and investor in...
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          FIrepit - Woodcut Print, Woodblock Print by Tugboat Printshop by tugboatprintshop   

125.00 USD

"FIREPIT"
12" x 10.25 " Color Woodcut Print on Ivory Somerset Paper
Tugboat Printshop (Valerie Lueth & Paul Roden), 2012
AP Print from "THE FOUR ELEMENTS" Woodcut Set

"FIREPIT" is a woodcut print representing Fire in the FOUR ELEMENTS Woodcut Set by Tugboat Printshop. For sale in this listing is a single AP copy of the "FIREPIT". In glowing dusk light, the red flames of fire lick at an iron cooking pot & roasting skewered vegetables; smoke billows upwards in ripples and swooshes.

All editioned (numbered) copies are available only as part of the set.

Prints are signed and titled on the back of the printed image.

Times are always changing. THE FOUR ELEMENTS represent the steadfast stuff. A set of 4 woodcuts, each representing one of the 4 Elements ~ Water, Earth, Fire, and Air.

Each print "THE FOUR ELEMENTS SET" is a multi block color woodcut printed from 2 hand-drawn, hand-carved woodblocks onto Ivory Somerset paper. 8 woodblocks were made to create the prints that make up the entire set.

The 100 copies hand printed for this editioned print are available only in sets, but a handful of beautiful Artist Proof copies are available for sale. APs were hand-printed from the same woodblocks as the editioned copies, at the same time, in the same colors. (Prints are published in excess of target edition numbers when printing so we are certain to have the copies needed to fill the edition.) APs are extras, alike in every way except they have AP in the bottom left corner instead of a number.

Prints are packed separately in clear, waterproof sleeves against archival backing. They are not mounted to the backing. This set ships flat, secured to stiff cardboard in a stiff cardboard box.

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          5 things to know, and how about some beer with your boat pose?   
Happy Friday, loyal readers. You have an excuse for spending valuable company time on Facebook today: It's Social Media Day. Here are your headlines. Let's start with beer As the list of local breweries grows, the promise of beer alone doesn't necessarily guarantee success. That's why many breweries are hosting creative events to attract guests. Enter beer yoga. You have two opportunities to try it this weekend. Big Stump Brewing Co. in midtown and Yolo Brewing Co. in West Sacramento will both…

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          Comment on Presumption of innocence, or attacking victims & the legal system? by Arthur Baker   
That's rich. Amanda Vanstone, one of a long conga-line of grim-faced Immigration Ministers over the last 20-plus years who have arbitrarily (and falsely) deemed boat-borne asylum seekers to be guilty enough (of what, one might reasonably ask?) to detain indefinitely without charge, frequently smearing them publicly as "illegals" despite their having committed no crime whatever, now appoints herself the arbitrator of what constitutes an unfair prosecution and trial. It'd be bloody laughable if it wasn't so serious.
          Boat Mechanic - GereMarie Corporation - Zurich, KS   
Responsible for carrying out the daily duties of a Boat Mechanic, including but not limited to: General Service and repair of inboard engines. Troubleshooting
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          Cyclone – Tier V – French Destroyer – Stats, Armour & Pictures   
Member of Bourrasque-class destroyers, Cyclone provided fire support for Allies during Dunkirk Evacuation, participated in the rescue mission. On May 31, she was hit by a torpedo launched from German torpedo boats, but Polish destroyer Błyskawica saved her. Introduced as a Premium Tier V French Destroyer. Source: Gamemodels3d.com Please be aware all the following data […]
          Looking Back at Thirty Paintings in September   


Here is my "collage" of the 30 paintings I completed this month. In truth, I atually painted FIFTY paintings this month if you count each canvas, i.e. a triptych equals three paintings. I cannot believe I pulled it off. I decided to create my collage using only the thirty paitings from my sea glass collection since the colors worked together so well. 
I created my collage with an on-line program called picmonkey. Just go to PicMonkey and select "create a collage". You can use one of their designs or you can design your own. To make a collage with 30 photos you will need to design your own (or you can use one with close to 30 spaces and just add the additional ones). Then you can drag your uploaded photos in to the collage until you are done. (When you drag in a photo, you can see where to place the photos as you move them around. If you move them around carefully a small gray bar will appear and you can create columns and rows by adding more photos.) One suggestion I have for you is to be sure to use lower resolution photos as it won't upload very large file sizes. If you try to upload all 30 and it won't do it just re-size your photos until it works!

It's a fun tool to use. You can change the width and color of the grid lines between the photos and then save the completed collage as a jpeg on your computer. Please post your collages here! And it doesn't matter how many paintings you completed. Create a collage to show off the paintings you created this month.

Thanks to the 1037 artists who painted with me this month. You rock! Continue to paint. But do it on your schedule and take on some new projects and challenges. You deserve it!

I still have a few workshops left in 2015 in South Pasadena and Ventura. Click here for more information! I am also offering Online Studio painting classes every month. Join me each month as we paint boats, roosters, glass, beach scenes, umbrellas, abstracts, etc. with a palette knife. Click here to sign up.
www.dickblick.com
          Thirty Paintings in 30 Days - Day Thirty   
Summer Shores
Abstract Acrylic, 36" x 36"
Sold.
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In case you need reminding (ha ha), today is the 30th of September. It's the last day of the 30 in 30 Challenge! We. Are. Done.
This is my last abstract painting of the challenge. It was a commission and I love the finished painting. I am not sure if you can see all of the "scratches" where I took away some of the light gray color. It's good to know the palette knife works so well at this!

I have thought long and hard about what was my favorite part of this month's challenge. Aside from painting every day, it has to be my continued love for painting abstracts. Painting big, painting with acrylics, following my heart and having fun are the best way for me to describe the last 30 days. I am so lucky!

Technically the challenge is over for now. But we all know, of course it's really just the beginning. 

This is the time for all of us to build upon what we have accomplished this month. Whether you painted five or thirty paintings, it doesn't matter. We have all learned something from painting more often, from blogging everyday and sharing our art on Facebook. The results have snowballed and have been amazing. Many of you told me that you have already blogged more times this month than the entire  year. Most of you have found a way to leave "the stuff" behind so when you enter your studio it's all about painting. A lot of you are painting faster and having little trouble finding inspiration to paint. Most of you are painting better. It's been a great 30 days and I thank you all for joining and inspiring me to paint every day this month.

Tomorrow we will head back in to our studios and paint some more. We will continue to push ourselves out of our comfort zones and take some risks. We don't need to feel rushed and we don't need to ignore our families anymore (haha). Just paint what you want, but take a little more time to build on the momentum you have created these past few weeks. 

I promise we will do another 30 in 30 Challenge in January of 2016. In the meantime I will be busy painting and teaching and enjoying the beach house (I have a workshop there in October and November!)

Tomorrow I will post a collage of all of my 30 paintings. I will also post instructions as to how you can create one too. You can post your collage on my blog on October 1st. So be sure to check back tomorrow.

I still have a few workshops left in 2015 in South Pasadena and Ventura. Click here for more information! I am also offering Online Studio painting classes every month. Join me each month as we paint boats, roosters, glass, beach scenes, umbrellas, abstracts, etc. with a palette knife. Click here to sign up.
www.dickblick.com
          Thirty Paintings in 30 Days - Day Twenty-nine   

Salty Blues Duo
Abstract Paintings, 24" x 24" each
Sold.
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I am pleased that I have been able to paint outside of my usual color palettethis week. In case you haven't noticed, my favorite color palette are the colors of the thirty paintings I just completed for my sea glass collection. The blues and browns in this painting really work well in this dining room. They could have been painted a bit larger but I like them in the dark frames.
Here is a closer look at the paintings:


Join me for my upcoming workshops in South Pasadena and Ventura. Click here for more information! I am also offering Online Studio painting classes every month. Join me each month as we paint boats, roosters, glass, beach scenes, umbrellas, abstracts, etc. with a palette knife. Click here to sign up.
www.dickblick.com
          Thirty Paintings in 30 Days - Day Twenty-eight   
"Golden Rays"
Abstract Acrylic, 36" x 36"
Sold.
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I painted this painting when I was in Richmond. I had the greatest "studio space" as I painted on the back porch of my sister's house with a fabulous view of the James River!
I am really delighted with this painting. It's different from many of the ones I have painted before but I love it. The color scheme was gray, gold and slate blue. It's going in the downstairs family room of a gorgeous house and I can't wait to see it on the wall. Here is a close up:


You can still join me in South Pasadena in a week and a half for my three day workshop. The dates are October 12 - 14th. Click here for more information! I am also offering Online Studio painting classes every month. Join me each month as we paint boats, roosters, glass, beach scenes, umbrellas, abstracts, etc. with a palette knife. Click here to sign up.
www.dickblick.com
          Thirty Paintings in 30 Days - Day Twenty-seven   

"Red Hots I and II"
Abstract Acrylic Paintings, 36" x 36" each
Sold.
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Oh my goodness. This month has been a whirlwind. I have been on the road for two weeks on the east coast. I taught a fabulous workshop in Cape Cod and then traveled south for another great workshop in Richmond, Va. I am so blessed to be able to meet and paint with so many great artists! I feel as if I have 29 new best friends!
I am home for two days and then out of town for another week. Although I am excited for my trip I am exhausted and just want to be home, see my husband, play with my dog Sport and paint in my studio! Of course all that will happen soon.
I painted these two paintings while I was here in Richmond. I love the colors and I am even happier they are sold! These were very fun to paint. Here is a close up of the two paintings.



I still have a space open in my workshop in South Pasadena next week. The dates are October 12, 13 and 14. Click here for more information! I am also offering Online Studio painting classes every month. Join me each month as we paint boats, roosters, glass, beach scenes, umbrellas, abstracts, etc. with a palette knife. Click here to sign up.
www.dickblick.com
          Thirty Paintings in 30 Days - Day Twenty-six   
The Wave I, The Wave II
Acrylic abstracts, 36" x 36"
sold.

I just painted these two paintings for a client. I love how they came out. You need to look up close to see the collage work. I used a different color palette which is fun. It's a good thing to venture out of my comfort zone! And there are a lot of coats of paint on each of these.

I still have three workshops left in 2015. I will be teaching in South Pasadena and Ventura. Click here for more information! I am also offering Online Studio painting classes every month. Join me each month as we paint boats, roosters, glass, beach scenes, umbrellas, abstracts, etc. with a palette knife. Click here to sign up.
www.dickblick.com
          Thirty Paintings in 30 Days - Day Twenty-five   
sea glass twenty-five and sea glass thirty
Acrylic abstracts, each is 20" x 20" x 1.5"
Click here for information. 

I cannot believe this is my last post featuring the sea glass collection! I hope you have enjoyed these paintings as much as I have. It's been a very wonderful journey and they will be for sale on Amazon very soon. Don't hesitate to buy one now before they are gone!




I still have quite a few workshops left in 2015. I will be teaching in South Pasadena and Ventura. Click here for more information! I am also offering Online Studio painting classes every month. Join me each month as we paint boats, roosters, glass, beach scenes, umbrellas, abstracts, etc. with a palette knife. Click here to sign up.
www.dickblick.com
          A Short Note About Business Insurance   
A renters or home owners do not cover a home business business purpose auto policies are not at all covered by the personal auto policies. Many business policies do not allow or have exclusion for operations which are not illegal. Therefore it is very important to know and determine that the business we hold is allowed to be a home based business or not in the community you stay.

If your commerce is a home run company then you should make sure that you work with a insurer professional which is very important, to know the current operation and also the potential operation from your home from that of professional so that you can secure your coverage appropriately.

We should know the coverage we need. In any business the owner must know the basic idea of which type of business he exactly going to operate and the components of the business we should always research about the business starting with. The documents legal formality and many more other factors to be taken in consider. There are few question which should be consider and answer it.

Contact our Insurance Broker for more details on Allied Insurance and Travelers Insurance.

The company should supply manufacture or create food stuff or any other product. Does the business really need a vehicle and if yes then what purpose will it be used. Using electric equipments also an important thing like what kind of electronic equipment, for personal or business use or for a non business application.

Will the business demand a professional service? Visitors who are associated business wise will they come home? Therefore answering question like this and focusing on the answer it will lead you to know that which coverage policy is needed for your business.

Business property insurance is one of the coverage plans. In all most all home business, business insurance is needed. Loss or damage property of business is covered with this business property insurance giving a situation where there is fire in your house and your office and its belonging are damage then the damage ad loss is not covered in your renters or house owner policy for this loss you need to have an another business property policy the fax machine, printers, copier would not be covered under the house owner policy.

Business has to make many decisions for a perfect running decision regarding the purchase of insurance policy. There are various types of policy like actual cash value coverage or replacement coast coverage.

Meet our Insurance Agent for further information on Apartment Insurance California and Boat Insurance California

          Travel week!   
Hi All!!! 
I have many many miles under my belt this past week!
If you follow me on FB you know where I have been... if not here is a picture loaded tour:)




First we drove to Austin and flew to Atlanta and then to Ohio:)
There were delays due to weather, perhaps a chance of loss of cabin pressure, no flight attendants, no ground crew... you know the story! We were to land at 10:30... well it was 3 AM. We did get there however!!!

Why Ohio? My daughter and hubby live there:) We stayed close the first day.... mostly Columbus and surrounding areas. This is Hayden Falls... named after my grand daughter:) ha ha!!!

Then to Schmidt's for the best ever German food and they also had a candy shop next door:)
Also went to 2 quilt shops. 

Next day we headed to Canada:) This is Lake Erie on the way:)

Here we are on the US side of the falls. That's me and daughter:)

The US side is not as touristy as the Canadian side but it was good to see both!

Hubby and me on the US side.

Now on Canadian side. That is the Horseshoe Falls.

Those are the US falls.

Picture time:)

That is the boat we will be on..... thought we were in a lot more!

Our proper attire is on:)

US falls from Hornblower cruise. After that there was SO much spray you could hardly see:) The ponchos did help with keeping your top half pretty dry:) Was SO much fun and I do recommend it to everyone that goes!
We passed the Tower on the way across the bridge....


 
And yes we went up it:) The views were just amazing!!!!
US Falls.

Canadian Falls.

We spent the night in Canada and then headed to Hershey PA to where else but the Hershey Factory!

The chocolate smell hits you right in the face when you enter!!! We did the tour and bought a bunch of candy before heading back to Ohio,

Got in just before midnight so Friday was an easy day of just shopping and eating:) 

Yesterday we visited the Rose Gardens had lunch and then headed to airport for our journey back home:)

Made to Atlanta on time:) We missed going to our fav restaurant on the way up but made sure we were there on the way home!

Beautiful sunset on the flight, We were only 10 min late getting back, got the bag, found the shuttle and then drove home:) Was a world-wind trip but had lots of fun!!!! Now we need a vacation to rest up:) ha ha!!!

My treasures from the trip:) Daughter bought me the ornament for my Birthday:)
We visited Red Rooster Quilts and Quilt Beginnings in Dublin, OH and then The Laughing Ewe in Canal Winchester OH. We tried to pop in one on our road trip somewhere in PA but it was closed that day:(

We have now been to Ohio, NY, PA and a bit of WV:) Would love to go back in a year or 2 and do the Amish country tour:) The kids plan to live there for 3 more years so we have the opportunity!

Guess after a few days I can get back to my reg routine!

The cats were cared for by Pat and Allen my neighbor fed the outside ones:) They were all VERY happy to see us!!!

Have an awesome week and I hope to get something quilted this week!!!





          Electric Plank Bender   
Electric Plank BenderElectrical tool to bend and bending slats, needed during the construction of wooden models of boatyards such as HMS Victory, Sansima Trinida and many others. Bender for slats will also be applied in the construction of aircraft dioramas, etc.

Working principle is very simple, just soak a slat in warm water and then lay it on the wooden block for slats profiling and form the desired shape with a heated tip. Block for profiling slats has two additional semi-circular holes to be able if necessary for form a slat shaped "U". If you want to bend the thick slats should do it progressively in order not to break the slats.

Voltage 220-240V

The whole set is packed in a practical wooden box whose upper flap serves as a handle to the tip.

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          Professional Building Slip (Base Size: 100cm x 25cm)   
Professional Building Slip (Base Size: 100cm x 25cm)Professional tool for building boats and ships. Thanks to this tool your work will move much faster. It will minimize the risk of mistake related to symmetry of the hull and it will easy next building steps.

Technical data:
- Base size: 100cm x 25cm
- Maximal length of keel: 100cm
- Maximal thickness of keel: 7mm
- Possibility of turning the kit in 360 degrees. Which allows of other work to be done like for example planking.
- Ruler with 1mm scale allows for ideal setting of elements.

NOTE: The set does NOT include any ship kit.

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          Sailing the Whitsundays: white sand, snorkelling and a blissful digital detox   
Bareboating through the waters of the idyllic Queensland islands is an opportunity to switch off and appreciate sea, sand and stillness Waking up on a Saturday morning with no phone reception would usually be cause for alarm or a strident march to the Apple store. Today, however, as I rise with the sun on a […]
          For sale - inlaid marquetry harbour scene~sailing boats~specime... - £ 12   
Newport Pagnell MK16, United Kingdom
A beautiful intricately hand-crafted marquetry picture depicting a harbour or seaside scene with sailing boats, a house and cliffs in the background.It measures 37.5cm x 27.5cm and just over 1cm in depth - there is a hanging wire on the back.listed with A best offer option, so please click above with A sensible offer or ...
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          Comment on Puffin Island Boat Cruise, Wales by Priyanka   
Pictures really look very inviting . Thank you for letting us know about this island and the boat ride.
          Five N Koreans sail across tense border to S Korea   
Five North Koreans in a small boat crossed the sea border into South Korean waters Saturday, a Coast Guard official said, in an apparent bid to defect to the South.
          New dock   

New dock

I’m sitting here in my apartment in Brooklyn, looking at the snow falling…and daydreaming about warm weather, and hanging out on the dock that I built last summer. I have a small cottage on a tiny lake (pond) in western NY state. I knew that I needed a new dock when I bought the place 10 years ago. The old dock had a pressure treated ply surface, and the substructure was made from pressure treated 2x and 4x material. After years of being pushed and pulled by a frozen lake, the posts were about 30 degrees out of plumb, and the dock was about to break apart. I’m a deck builder, here in Brooklyn…but I never built a dock. I did some research, and I made a sketchup plan of what I wanted

...and hired a local dock contractor to fabricate and install the iron substructure. The substructure is 4” diameter pipe driven into the lake bottom, with a grid of 3” I beams welded to the pipe. The pipe is filled with concrete.
I drilled a lot of 5/16” holes in the top of the I beams, and then sistered 2×4 pressure treated to the top of the I beams…clamping, and bolting from below with 1/4”x1.5” galvanized bolts. I worked from my dingy (when I could) because the water was still chill.

After I finished with the sistering, I drove about an hour north to Bristol Valley Hardwoods, and picked up the Ipe for my dock decking. I needed about 45- 12’ 1×6, so it took 2 trips with my old Subaru Forester, to haul it back to the lake. Then I just laid down the Ipe like it was a deck…running the boards wild on both sides, and trimming them afterwards.

It took a couple of days to get the Ipe down, with a few breaks

I had to add some bling…a ladder, a bench, some umbrellas, boat cleats, etc. I didn’t get around to sanding and sealing it (got lazy)...but I sealed the ends of the Ipe with penofin. I’ll finish it up in the spring.

Thanks for looking


          This LaVar Ball "Motorboat" Remix Is Fire   

We have Maurice Spears to thank for this LaVar Ball "Motorboat" remix.  It's the jam that the summer needed.

LaVar is everywhere.  Why not take over the music scene too?






          50% off Park Bar   
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Deep in the midst of Downtown's tourist mecca hides a curiously non-touristy watering hole where native Atlantans feel perfectly at home—Atlantans who'd rather lay low with a good bourbon than navigate the fannypacked multitudes shuffling the sidewalks outside. Yes, with their distinctively laid-back, non-touristy vibe, Park Bar feels a little bit like Downtown's best-kept secret... but after a year of serving the neighborhood with craft beer and top-notch drinkin' food, we suppose the secret's officially out on this place.

It's been almost a year since Park Bar first opened its doors to thirsty Downtowners looking for a place to imbibe. The unofficial verdict? Well, give us a place to park it with a Monday Night Drafty Kilt and a burger smothered in bacon and pimento cheese after a Kenny Loggins concert Hawks game, and we're faithfully yours. (A rather outstanding treasury of small-batch bourbons certainly doesn't hurt, either.) Much like a fine wine or flattering yearbook photo, it's looking like this place will only get better with time. (This was especially proven with the recent addition of the Wheel o' Fun, a sort of drinking roulette where, really, everybody wins.) The burger menu alone is enough to keep us faithfully returning, thanks to that aforementioned bacon-pimento colossus, a future pastrami and Swiss concoction, and one fire-breathing dragon known as the Four Alarm: a chipotle bison patty buttressed by a bed of spicy mozzarella sticks, crowned with fried jalapenos, and smothered in cheese and buffalo sauce. Incidentally, it makes an excellent cushion for all that craft beer and/or high-fallutin' bourbon you'll be sipping.



Menu Highlights:
Cheesy Banana Boats, $9.99
Seared Ahi Tuna, $12.99
The Hot Mess Burger, $11.99
The Melty Bison Burger, $12.99
The Cuban Frita Burger, $14.99

Hours:
Mon. - Thurs., 11:30 a.m. to Midnight
Fri. & Sat., 11:30 a.m. to 2 a.m.
Sun., 12 p.m. to Midnight

Special Events:
Park Bar is celebrating their one-year anniversary this weekend, and they're doin' it up in high style. Join them on Friday, March 8 from 5 p.m. til the fat lady sings for live music, free shots every hour, a 50/50 raffle benefitting the Wounded Warrior Project, live DJ, and an open bar from 5p.m. - 6 p.m.
          Crawfish Season Is Upon Us: Our Three Top Spots for Throwing 'Em Back   
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Mudbugs, crawdads, decapod crustaceans... whatever you call 'em, these bright red little arthropods make for good eatin', and as the days get warmer, the critters get bigger. Indeed, crawfish season is underway, and we're strapping on our bibs, packing up extra WetNaps and venturing out in search of the best finger-lickin' crustacean goodness. It ain't easy—for a city not too far from the Gulf, Atlanta isn't exactly brimming with restaurants that know their way around a sack of mudbugs. Of course, you can buy a couple live sackfuls and do it yourself, which is always fun, but... if you've ever tried scooping out fifteen pounds of live crawfish from the cooler at YDFM, carting them out to your car, dumping them in the cooler, driving back home and listening to those little suckers scurry around in the backseat, you might understand why sometimes it's just easier to find a good restaurant that knows how to do the humble arthropod justice. Luckily, we have a couple in our rotation that do right by those spicy sea-snacks:

Crawfish Shack Seafood/
This Buford Highway joint is at the top of the list not only for many Atlantans, but Louisiana natives, too (and that's saying something). Owner Hieu Pham's love for the crawfish and oysters served up in shacks along the Gulf drove him to recreate the same experience for Atlantans. "The seafood's about as close as you can get to eating it right off the boat," he says. And boy, is it fresh. The Shack's crawfish, shrimp and fish are all from the Gulf, and they all get gussied up with homemade touches—like Hieu's house crawfish boil blend, with a handful of secret ingredients that give it a nice little kick. And with approximately 2,000 lbs. of crawfish selling a week during peak season, you can be sure that those 'dads haven't been sitting in a freezer for months. (Pro-tip: Slurp down some fresh-pressed sugarcane juice while you're there. It's the perfect companion for that zesty Cajun spice.)

Boudreaux's Cafe Acadiana
In our experience with Buford Highway, two golden rules seem to have emerged: 1) the farther you go outside the city, the better the eating and 2) don't trust clean, well-decorated eateries. In the case of Boudreaux's Cafe Acadiana, the first certainly holds true—the place sits about 45 minutes outside the city in Duluth, a decent trek for those looking to make their Cajun pilgrimage. But curiously, the restaurant actually has decor. Ambiance. Sports team paraphernalia hanging from the walls. It looks more at home on Roswell Road than the northerly reaches of Route 13. And this may elicit a certain distrust. But once your server delivers a tray (or three) of bright red, fresh-boiled crawfish, your preconceptions will peel away like the exoskeletons on those little suckers' tails.

Southern Seafood
After conducting years of scientific study, we've come to the conclusion that oftentimes, the most delicious of seafood comes not from white tablecloth restaurants or Michelin-rated sushi bars, but from the places you'd never expect: a dilapidated shack on the beach, perhaps, or an unassuming place in a surburban strip mall. Or, in this case, unassuming spots on the side of a major highway. Now, don't expect any frills—with one lone plastic table, this joint isn't exactly suited for multi-course seated meals. But their spicy, jumbo, boiled-to-order crawfish more than make up for the minimalist decor. Besides, if you close your eyes, you can almost hear the sounds of the ocean coming from the traffic on Lawrenceville Highway.