Archive for March, 2010

Great weather the past few days.

Monday, March 15th, 2010

The sun might be back for the spring.  That means the fishing is heating up.  Specks are on the move with a few being caught in the surf.  The longer it stays warm, the better it will get.

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Tuesday, March 9th, 2010

PRATO. L’unico punto fermo è che per l’autunno del 2013 il nuovo ospedale a Galciana entrerà a pieno regime. Sulla viabilità, invece, si rischia l’impasse. “In questo momento prosegue il Presidente Roberto Ciambetti la legislazione statale prevede di poter smaltire in soli quattro anni le minusvalenze presenti nei bilanci aziendali. Questa nuova iniziativa serve ad allungare il termine a dieci anni, un termine adeguato al volume degli importi che gravano sui bilanci di moltissime aziende in questo momento assolutamente sane, che hanno ordini, che stanno lavorando e che non devono essere costrette a chiudere per dinamiche che nulla hanno a che fare con la loro attività aziendale. Il termine di dieci anni consente di spalmare le sofferenze dovute alla perdita di valore delle azioni delle popolari in un periodo più lungo che permetta a queste aziende di continuare a lavorare con tranquillità e continuare a dare posti di lavoro ai nostri concittadini”..
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Le borse chiudono in forte ribasso. L’indice Ftse Mib segna un calo del 2,96% a 22.997 punti, poco sopra i minimi di giornata, l’All Share termina la seduta a 2,88%. A Piazza Affari pesano i timori per il possibile impatto sull’export delle aziende che hanno puntato sui mercati asiatici.

E vedo il Mart, e il Mart uno dei pi bei musei d che io abbia mai visto in Europa, nel mezzo di una citt ben tenuta e vissuta che ha deciso di vivere anche di questo, di prosperare nella cultura. E dentro a quel museo vedo gente che usa i piedi e la testa per lunghi viaggi lontani dalle offerte di fine stagione; serene faticate, buoni sudori dell Vedo persino bambini intenti a leggere libri nella biblioteca, contro ogni statistica, contro ogni maligno buon senso che li vorrebbe a smanettare alla play. Riprendo da Rovereto il mio arco e mi fermo a Bassano del Grappa.

Und dann waren da nat die lettischen G die im Chalet meiner Freundin mit ein paar 1,80m gro komplett in Leder gekleideten Prostituierten auftauchten, die aussahen wie etwas aus einem 90er Jahre Softporno. Sie hatten bald das gesamte Geb mit Kondomen vollgem Blutflecken und Kokain auf den Ledercouchen hinterlassen und in der Sauna in voller Sicht eines Freundes von mir gefickt. Aber er hat sich nicht beschwert nicht, nachdem die Nutten angefangen haben, oben ohne zu fr oder als sie ihm eines der M als Trinkgeld anboten..

Ad esempio la Kayser sta cercando approdi di lavoro in Cina. Le parole d’ordine sono tre: competenza, velocità e alleanze, conclude Zolesi. Che si lamenta del fatto che l’Italia in Europa conta poco e ciò non aiuta le imprese. Per i tifosi è ora di cominciare ad avviarsi verso Villa Borghese, dove li attendono i bus navetta per raggiungere lo stadio. Nella i gruppi più violenti lanciano di tutto verso gli agenti in tenuta antisommossa che nel frattempo avanzano: è una pioggia di bottiglie che vanno a infrangersi sugli scudi alzati, fumogeni, altre bombe carta. Un migliaio di facinorosi pretende di arrivare all’Olimpico in corteo, attraversando il centro storico.

Local student attending international leadership camp in Mexico

Friday, March 5th, 2010

“I volunteer to help international students adjust to school life and culture, and guide them to get involved in other activities they’re interested in,” she said. “It will be neat to see it from the other side.”

Nielsen, a Grade 11 student, received a scholarship to attend the camp. She is one of 21 students from Nova Scotia who will participate, and the only Pictou County student.

“I think it will kind of broaden my global mindset,” she said. “I’m looking forward to the language training, understanding other cultures better, and becoming more of a global citizen.”

The Nova Scotia Campeche International Leadership Camp is held for two weeks each March. Canadian students are matched with Mexican students, who become their host families and leadership partners.

Campeche is a UNESCO World Heritage city with many cultural sites to visit and explore. During the trip, Nielsen will have the opportunity to take part in leadership training and to take daily Spanish lessons, along with team building activities and social justice projects.

As an International Baccalaureate student, she’s looking forward to being “completely immersed in this culture” and to learning a third language, as she also speaks French.

“I had to go through an application process and write a letter on why I wanted to go and how it would benefit me in the future,” she said. “I thought it would be a really great experience.”As a school ambassador and one of the leaders of the NRHS International Buddies, she volunteers with the 18 international students hosted by NRHS this semester, who come from a wide range of countries, including China, Japan, Brazil, France, Germany, Columbia and Mexico.

One of the students is actually from Campeche, which is located in the southeast part of the country. “It’s really cool getting to talk to him before the trip and after the trip getting my perspective and his. wholesale jerseys from china I’m really looking forward to that too.”

She’s been involved with NSISP since she was in Grade 9. “I really enjoy it,” she said.

As part of the trip, Nielsen will be involved with a service project working with underprivileged youth dealing with cancer at Amanc Centre, which in Spanish means Mexican Association of Aid to Children with Cancer.

“I think the service project will open my eyes more to some of the things happening in our world. I’m really looking forward to working with underprivileged youth with cancer. I want to help out in any way I can.”

To that end, Nielsen raised money and collected items such as toys, games, books, stuffed animals, toothpaste, toothbrushes, flashlights, cameras and batteries to take with her to give to Amanc Centre.

Nielsen’s own travel and accommodation expenses are covered through the scholarship, so any funds raised will be given to the cancer support centre.

The trip isn’t Nielsen’s first international service experience. In March last year, she participated in a Me to We trip to Kenya where she assisted with a building project at a girls high school.

“I was able to see extreme poverty first hand and I met the most humble people in Kenya who appreciate everything that they have, and have so much love in their hearts.”

She met Kenyan students, walked with local people to get water, and took part in cultural experiences such as participating in Maasai beading, which is a source of alternative income for local women.

“This experience changed my appreciation for basic things such as my education and it will stay with me for the rest of my life,” Nielsen said.

“I am very much looking forward to traveling to Campeche where I will take part in my second international service project and understand about poverty in another part of the world while experiencing another amazing culture.”