4. Colorado (Bush, 52 percent): Democratic and Republican operatives seem to agree that the Rocky Mountain State is a golden (pun intended) opportunity for Obama. Democrats have scored across the board gains (two House seats, a Senate seat and the governor’s mansion) over the last few elections and staging the Democratic National Convention in Denver is sure to further fire up the party’s base for the fall.
Reading in low lighting will damage your eyesight:Reading in a dimly lit room can damage your eyes. Not true! It may make you feel blinded, but you will not lose your eyesight. Though your eyes will be strained trying to focus in the lower light. CATHY HOLME: I had a screwdriver accident when I was five, living in Hong Kong. And so I lost the sight in that eye. I had a few operations to actually save the eye, so that was really good.
The subtext here is that Facebook puts the benefit of its users above publishers, developers, advertisers, and even its own monetization. That because Facebook knows that if it doesn prioritize people, they won keep coming back. Without an audience, publishers can generate referral traffic, developers can gain app installs, ads don generate sales, and Facebook will wither..
Strong winds are also forecast to be battering Kent during the day bringing with it heavy flurries of snow. Picture: Holly HuntHatch Park in Ashford covered in snow. Picture: Holly HuntLiam Reid captured this scene in Whitfield early this morningSnow in Canterbury Road, Sittingbourne at about middayThe view in Dover posted by Nicky ClarkeEmma Edwards shared this picture on our Facebook page of the snow in BarhamViews across to Wye Tennis Club as the snow settles on the ground across much of Kent..
An era where epithets like news are undermining the integrity ofjournalists around the world, we are seeing real, tangible effects of a concerted effort to establish distrust between the public and the press corps, NPAC President Crystal Schick. Free press is necessary for an informed public. Nelms underscores the growing challenge our colleagues face in simply doing their jobs, and that not acceptable.
The amended development agreement for Judge Doyle Square will be the topic at a special Finance Committee on Monday and at Tuesday’s Council meeting where it is up for reconsideration (again). The Mayor is introducing a 2nd substitute in order to pay Beitler Real Estate Services LLC $700K to transfer development rights to the city for all of Block 88 (the site of the new parking ramp under construction) not just the podium building (the top of the new parking ramp) along with a covenant to restrict development of a hotel on that block if Beitler builds one (as promised) on Block 105. Some alders may vote for it because they don’t want Beitler to develop Block 88 at all.