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Pasadena Buddhist Temple: Father’s Day Chirashi Sushi Sale – June 17

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Man charged with online solicitation of 13-year-old girl

first_img Pinterest Facebook WhatsApp WhatsApp Local NewsCrime Twitter Twitter Pinterest By admin – February 26, 2018 Facebook Man charged with online solicitation of 13-year-old girl Cristian Pacheco A man was arrested by police last week after he reportedly sent sexually explicit messages to a 13-year-old girl asking to have sex with her.Police first pulled over a tan 2006 Nissan Altima around 11:18 a.m. Feb. 19 traveling south on Dixie Boulevard with an expired registration, according to an Odessa Police Department news release.The driver, identified as 19-year-old Cristian Pacheco, had a felony warrant for online solicitation of a minor, the release detailed.An online solicitation of a minor and sexual assault report was made last November with OPD, the release stated, which said that Pacheco had contacted a 13-year-old girl through a social media app and had sent her sexually explicit messages requesting to have sex with her.Pacheco was charged with online solicitation of a minor, a second-degree felony.Jail records show Pacheco was taken to the Ector County Detention Center Feb. 19 and released Friday on a $50,000 bond. Previous articleOPD: Woman charged after reportedly punching, spitting at officerNext articleTwo killed in crash Sunday in Ward County adminlast_img read more

In Short

first_imgWarburtons profitsWarburtons has announced its pre-tax profit is up £5.2m to £62.7m for the 52 weeks to 26 September 2009, according to its latest accounts. Sales rose by 6% to £510.8m. The firm said it had achieved a “solid operating performance in a difficult economic environment”, and remained focused on growing its share of the bakery market in Great Britain.New Hovis ad Hovis is to launch a new TV advertisement as part of a £5m marketing campaign to support its most recent addition Hearty Oats. The advert will run for one week from 4 June, before returning for five weeks in August, after the World Cup. The loaf, launched in March, is the first to be baked with 50% wholegrain oats and 50% Wheatflour.Raisin bread deadlineCalifornia Raisins has extended the deadline for its 2010 bread competition to 30 June. Craft/artisan bakers are invited to take part for the chance to win a trip to IBIE in Las Vegas, followed by two days in Fresno to tour the California Raisin industry and a further two-day visit to the Culinary Institute of America in the Napa Valley. Send your two samples to Bake Northern by midday on 30 June. For full details call 020 8741 8513 or email [email protected] heart riskA study published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition has suggested that replacing saturated fats in the diet with easily absorbable carbohydrates, such as white bread, actually increases the risk of heart ailments, while eating whole wheat or rye bread was said to decrease the risk. The study of 53,000 Danes has not yet led to a change in position by the Danish health authorities, which currently maintains white bread is not an unhealthy food.last_img read more

Four-month road closure to impact Oldtown Letterkenny from Monday

first_imgMotorists in the Oldtown/Rockhill area of Letterkenny will be faced with diversions from Monday onwards as a new road closure is implemented.A section of the Rockhill Road from the junction at Greyrock/Nestles Road leading to the roundabout at the Oldtown Bridge will be closed to traffic from Monday 12th November to 5th March 2020.The 16-week closure is in place to facilitate Irish Water works as part of the Letterkenny Sewerage Scheme. Donegal County Council has confirmed that local traffic will be accommodated during this phase.Diversions will be in place for traffic to take alternative routes: Traffic approaching from Newmills/Glenswilly on the Rockhill Road going to Town Centre will be directed via Greyrock Road onto Father McLoone Terrace onto Oldtown Bridge. Traffic approaching from Town Centre will be directed via Father McLoone Terrace onto Greyrock Road. Four-month road closure to impact Oldtown Letterkenny from Monday was last modified: November 7th, 2019 by Rachel McLaughlinShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:letterkennyOldtownroadworkstrafficlast_img read more

Why most pro athletes — including Mike Trout — are worth every penny of their big money salaries

first_imgMike Trout will get gobs of money to play baseball for the Angels for the next decade or so.Some will grumble he’s yet another overpaid athlete in an era when adequate compensation is debated for seemingly mission-critical jobs — such as teachers and nurses and members of the armed forces. I won’t debate in this column the relative societal importance of certain professions, but I will note that humanity would prosper without pro sports. But when looking at the employment marketplace that …last_img read more

Google Rumored Preparing $10/Month Chrome OS Laptop Rentals

first_imgTop Reasons to Go With Managed WordPress Hosting Tags:#news#NYT#web marshall kirkpatrick Why Tech Companies Need Simpler Terms of Servic… A Web Developer’s New Best Friend is the AI Wai…center_img As soon as this summer, Google could announce a program to rent Chrome OS portable computers for $10 to $20 per month. According to a report on the generally reputable tech blog Neowin, this plan, part of an effort to get more people using its services and viewing its ads online, was confirmed by an unnamed source. In response to our request for comment, Google told us the same thing it told the U.K. Register yesterday: “We don’t have anything to share at this time.” This, then, is just a rumor; but I think it’s a very thought-provoking one. What would it mean for a consumer cloud computing interface to be available dirt cheap, largely ad-supported and as a rental?Neowin says: “Google will be selling the devices as part of a subscription based model with Gmail to customers…According to our source, Google… will provide hardware refreshes as they are released as part of the package, and will replace faulty hardware for the life of the subscription. On top of this, Google… is likely to not distribute the devices directly. Instead, the company will distribute them in a fashion similar to the way Android is distributed.”Would such a move democratize access to Web-based computing all the more? Would it change the fundamental nature of our relationships with our computers? (See the conversation below for more thoughts raised by readers.) If there’s truth to this rumor, we could hear confirmation of the plans next month at the Google I/O conference. July will mark two years since Chrome OS was first announced. Rumors arose this winter of a forthcoming Chrome OS lightweight “surf station” from Acer.I wrote about a review unit Google sent out in December and said I loved its speed but hated the terrible CR-48 hardware it was shipped on, specifically the trackpad. If that could be fixed, and if the Google Ads were not too intrusive, I can see a lot of people renting such a device. Related Posts 8 Best WordPress Hosting Solutions on the Marketlast_img read more

4 tips to code while overcoming our own psychological flaws

first_imgRelated Posts Follow the Puck Given the choice between one piece of cake right now or a whole cake one month from now, we would probably choose the first. This psychological bias is known as “Time Preference” or “Delay Discount.”We’ve all seen this fine example of kids trying to hold on by not eating a marshmallow, in hope of a greater reward: Jonathan Saring Joni Sar is on the www.bitsrc.io team, working to build great open-source things with and for the community. Feel free to get in touch. Why IoT Apps are Eating Device Interfacescenter_img When writing code we often face the same problem, having to choose between the short-term advantages of bad practice and the long-term costs it generates.See also: IoT and coding – what are the most popular programming languages?To help rise above binging on inefficient marshmallows, here are 4 examples of when and how we can conquer our bias to gain in the long run.1. Write unit test, for your own benefitWe’ve all read, learned and heard about it. Tests are a fine example of something I know I should be doing for the long-run benefit but is in my way when trying to get the job done right now.Here are a few thoughts that can help balance this equation:Tests make sure nothing breaks when you change stuff. That means you can make changes to your code and know on the spot if everything works. This allows you to work more freely, even right now.Tests help decide when something is “good enough”. Tests define what it means for a piece of code to “work”. This can actually allow you to spend less time optimizing things you don’t really need to optimize.Tests help write reusable code. You can compose larger things out of smaller modular pieces. Slowly, you’re building an impressive arsenal of reusable building blocks ready to be used at your command.Also, take pride in the tests you write. See all the green indicators hanging over your code. Know that your practice and ethic is excellent. There is no shame in that.2. Make code reusable as you workWriting reusable code has many long-term advantages as well as some immediate ones. Whenever possible, design your code to be reused. Then, publish/export it to the open source.You don’t have to spend hours publishing packages. Instead, you can export these small components to Bit. Here is a blog post by Ran Mizrahi explaining why and how you can export small components in seconds.Very quickly you can create an arsenal of reusable React or Angular components or a nice Scope of utility functions.The effort is low and Bit’s community Hub web view grants a quick view of your component’s docs, tests, downloads and more, giving immediate satisfaction with your work now available to the world. You can also share it with your team or the community.3. Don’t copy-paste. Just don’t.A classical example. Copy pasting makes gets the job done much faster right now, but duplications make our codebase harder to maintain tomorrow creating an ever growing technological debt.Every little change will have to be made in multiple places and problems will often be found only when rolling to production.What can we do? well, don’t copy-paste code! Just don’t. Instead, find / create / share reusable components. Sindre Sorhus released over 1,000 tiny packages. Packages are hard, and 1,000 is a lot.We can use Bit to make this process easy (exporting components in seconds) and set an achievable goal such as making 100 components reusable. You’ll find 100 or so might be enough to dramatically reduce the number of duplications, and very soon you’ll see reusing is much faster than duplicating.4. Document your code, tell a storyGood documentation means that if I would get eaten by wild coyotes tomorrow, someone else will be able to replace me. Important no doubt, but not my prime concern right now. I’d rather get the job done than worry about “future me” or those who will follow me. I’ll worry about them later If I get to it in time. This kind of (very human) prioritizing leads to gaps and sloppiness in documentation.However, there is another point of view I can embrace to help make sure I don’t neglect my documentation.Both the code itself and its documentation are representations of the logical story I’m telling. By writing down what each and every part of my code does, adding the arguments it receives, its returns, adding some examples and so on, I also get a good view of the storyline of the code I’m writing. I understand how it works as part of the bigger picture.Good docs show that you fully understand what you’re doing and how you’re doing it. If the story doesn’t make sense, it’s better to find out through the docs than through the code itself.At the end of the day, our willpower is a limited resource. Forcing ourselves to fight our own psychology every hour of every day is a tough battle to win. However, embracing good practice is a routine and giving ourselves immediate rewards for doing it can help us gain much more at the end of the day.After all, one marshmallow at a time really isn’t enough. Tags:#coding#Internet of Things#IoT#JavaScript#programming#psychology#Software What it Takes to Build a Highly Secure FinTech … Internet of Things Makes it Easier to Steal You…last_img read more

Fractured Families: Impacts of Crisis/Trauma

first_imgBy Bari Sobelson, MS, LMFTFlickr [end of days by greg, August 29, 2006, CC BY-ND 2.0]It’s 3am and she has just gotten in bed after a very long process of getting her 2 year old back to sleep after his tube feeding. He has been diagnosed with a rare genetic disorder that came after nearly a year of countless tests and doctor appointments and stress that she has not had the opportunity to process. She lies down in the bed and puts the covers over her body. She hears the vibration of her cell phone against her nightstand and her heart begins to race. She reaches for the phone and answers. The person on the other end tells her the news that she has come to fear almost nightly. Her husband has been in a horrible car wreck. He was drunk. It was his fault. He may not make it. She experiences a hundred emotions all in one minute. Her first child was born while her husband was deployed. It was very soon after his birth that she realized something just wasn’t right with him. In the 10 months that her husband was deployed, she learned to become a mother, a nurse, a doctor, and a speech therapist, physical therapist, and occupational therapist. She also learned to become an advocate and fighter for her child. She was relieved at the idea that she could share some of these new job titles and responsibilities with her husband upon his return. But, she knew the moment she saw him that something had happened. He was not the same man she sent overseas. Within a couple of months of his return from deployment, her husband was diagnosed with PTSD. He was relying heavily on alcohol to mute the sounds and sights he was experiencing post-combat. He was spending most evenings away from home. She was alone, afraid, and trying her very best to hold everything together.Although the story depicted above is not a true story, there are certainly many families that have experienced very similar scenarios. As military service providers, we have a duty to assist these families when they are in crisis or experience trauma. The two questions I would like to address in this blog are 1. What do we need to think about when it comes to crisis/trauma and family? 2. How do we help these families?The Impact of Crisis/Trauma Not all families experience trauma the same – Just like no two individuals react the same to situations, neither do families. Some families may kick in to “high gear” and face their problems head on where some may do the exact opposite.All families are shaped by their experience – Whether purposefully or not, experience shapes us. Families can be shaped negatively and/or positively by their experiences. How families are shaped will impact the way they live indefinitely.Some families have more than one crisis/trauma at the same time – It is important to remember that life does not delicately and kindly place hard times in our laps; nor does it only create one problem at a time. Families may be having more than one crisis or difficulty at a time. In fact, trauma can lead to crisis and vise versa. There can be a ripple effect that takes place.Resources and support systems can lessen the hardships – When support systems and resources are put in place, the effects of the events can feel less cumbersome and stressful for family.Families will always remain connected, even if they physically fall apart – Although some families may end up separating or splitting as a result of what has effected them, they will always be connected in some way by the fact that they were once a family.How do we Help?Listen – It may sound simple. But giving families an opportunity to be heard can make a huge difference for them. Their experience is like no one else’s even though you may have heard a similar story. Provide your families with the opportunity to share their story and always listen to what they have to say.Lean forward – This is literal and figurative. Some of the stories that families may share with us can be hard for us to hear. They may even be things that are hard for us to process as humans. But, we must always remember that the therapy we provide is about them, not us. We must lean forward so that they never feel judged or criticized.Provide resources – Always, always, always have a plethora of resources to share with your clients. You never know which may be helpful to them and which may completely change or impact their lives and what they are going through. You can never have too many resources in your pocket!Create a safe environment – If families don’t feel safe in the therapy room, then they won’t be successful and neither will you. Gauge their comfort level and adjust accordingly. When we feel safe, we are more likely to open up and create change for ourselves.Ensure that no one is in danger – In volatile situations, it is always important to constantly make sure that everyone is safe. Assess and reassess situations and ensure that every member of the family is safe. This post was written by Bari Sobelson, MS, LMFT, the social media and webinar coordination specialist for the MFLN Family Development Team. The Family Development team aims to support the development of professionals working with military families.  Find out more about the Military Families Learning Network Family Development team on our website, Facebook, and Twitter.last_img read more

Quick Tip: Reversing Layer Order in After Effects

first_imgSince you selected from the bottom up, After Effects respects the order you initially selected the layers. So, it pastes the first layer you selected before you cut at the top of the pasted layer order and the last one you selected at the bottom. Rinse and repeat for each ‘track’ and you’re done!If you want even more control, there’s a great (FREE!) script from Redefinery that gives you all sorts of options for sorting layers!Happy sorting! What tricks do you use to organize your After Effects projects? Share in the comments below! If you prefer your After Effects layers to step up instead of down when brought in from Premiere, here’s a few quick and easy ways to swap them!When using Dynamic Link to send a timeline from Premiere Pro to After Effects, some people (like me) prefer clips to stagger/stair-step up instead of the default of down. With Automatic Duck, you had the option of specifying how it stacks layers.  With Dynamic Link, you don’t.Dynamic Link splits up the tracks, so one workaround is to select the bottom layer of any ‘track‘. Hold shift. Select the top layer of any ‘track’  and cut. Select the layer you want them to be above and paste.last_img read more

Pogoy shrugs off nerves to get career best in first PBA Finals trip

first_imgHeart Evangelista admits she’s pregnant… with chicken Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Lacson: SEA Games fund put in foundation like ‘Napoles case’ MOST READ What ‘missteps’? Photo by Tristan Tamayo/INQUIRER.netRoger Pogoy was a bundle of nerves heading into his first finals game in the PBA.After all, despite his reputation as big-time shotmaker, he’s just a 24-year-old rookie playing in the grandest stage against the most dominant team in the league today.ADVERTISEMENT World’s 50 Best Restaurants launches new drinking and dining guide WATCH: Firefighters rescue baby seal found in parking garage “Honestly, I was really nervous,” the TNT swingman Pogoy told INQUIRER.net in Filipino after helping the KaTropa take Game 1 of the 2017 Commissioner’s Cup Finals with a 104-102 win over the San Miguel Beermen. “But my coaches and teammates gave me a lot of confidence and once I hit the court, I felt different.”READ: Smith game-winner lifts TNT past San Miguel for 1-0 leadFEATURED STORIESSPORTSSEA Games: Biñan football stadium stands out in preparedness, completionSPORTSPrivate companies step in to help SEA Games hostingSPORTSMalditas save PH from shutoutTrue enough, there wasn’t a trace of anxiousness the way Pogoy played and it felt as if he had been in the league for quite some time.It’s rare for a rookie who claims to be nervous to still put up career-high 27 points, 13 in the fourth quarter, built on five 3-pointers, which goes to show Pogoy breathes rarefied air. Robredo: True leaders perform well despite having ‘uninspiring’ boss PLAY LIST 02:49Robredo: True leaders perform well despite having ‘uninspiring’ boss02:42PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games01:44Philippines marks anniversary of massacre with calls for justice01:19Fire erupts in Barangay Tatalon in Quezon City01:07Trump talks impeachment while meeting NCAA athletes02:49World-class track facilities installed at NCC for SEA Gamescenter_img Heart Evangelista admits she’s pregnant… with chicken Pogoy said he just repaid the coaches’ faith in him and coach Nash Racela response to a reporter’s question regarding his guard’s career performance proves how much the team believes in the former Far Eastern University star’s capabilities.READ: Keys to Victory: San Miguel-TNT finals series “Did he (Pogoy) play well today?” Racela asked. “I really didn’t focus on those things. To me, I think what I got from Roger today was the normal things we were getting all along. Maybe it was extra special because he scored a lot.”But despite Pogoy’s offensive brilliance, what stood out the most to Racela was his contributions on the other end of the floor.“His defense was crucial and that’s something that we always require of him. I think he was just blessed today to hit 3-pointers and that’s something that is part of his arsenal.”ADVERTISEMENT Smith game-winner lifts TNT past San Miguel for 1-0 lead LATEST STORIES Jordan delivers on promise: 2 Cobra choppers now in PH Pogoy expects the Beermen’s defense to also tighten up on him in Game 2 after his outburst but he will be ready for the challenge ahead.The KaTropa will shoot for a 2-0 lead on Friday night.Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next 1 dead in Cavite blast, fire View commentslast_img read more