jump to contentmy subreddits limit my search to /r/LSDuse the following search parameters to narrow your results:see the search faq for details. Oh man, they are. During one of my trips my friends and I decided to go meet another friend across campus, and in order to do this I had to get out of my comfy clothes and into my normal clothes. In cold, shoes. In warm, no shoes. Inside, no shoes, outside none unless I can help it. But sometimes when I throw on my shoes I just feel like I walking around on some weird space boots. So it not a bad thing, just a thing. When it comes to boomers though, no shoes. I reminded of a funny incident regarding tripping and shoes that happened way back in 1969 or A couple of friends and I had been tripping all afternoon with all the hippies at the Boston Common and when night fell we decided we should try to eat something. So we started out to a diner located in Boston infamous Combat Zone red light district, the only food that we knew how to find in our condition. When we got across the street from the place we noticed that one of our friends forgot to put his shoes on as we had because we didn feel like walking barefoot through the hooker and wino zone. "They won let you in.", said we. "Just watch me!", said he, as he dug into a trash barrel on the corner, producing that day copy of the Boston Globe, which he used to fashion a pair of paper shoes. No one in the diner even noticed. A pair of motorcycle cops outside the place did take note, but they just laughed and shook their heads. close this windowyou'll need to or register to do thatcreate a new accountall it takes is a username and password. 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I individual state champion Shannon Murakami, Saugus dominated the Seaside Invitational two weekends ago before setting a team course record Saturday on the Woodbridge Invitational three mile layout in Irvine.The scoring runners for the Centurions, who are ranked No. 1 in the area by the Daily News, were Shannon Murakami (fourth overall, 16 minutes, 51 seconds); her younger sister, Amber Murakami (sixth, 17:06); Katie Dunn (11th, 17:19); Brianna Jauregui (21st, 17:36); and Keri Molt (49th, 18:17).A lot of people may have underestimated us at the beginning of the season, but this is a really good team,'' coach Rene Paragas said.Some of the best teams in the state were . at Woodbridge, so I think this kind of shows Saugus (87:09) is expected to move up in the NTN rankings this week after beating No. 2 Buchanan of Clovis (88:48) by nearly 90 seconds.Perhaps most impressively, UCLA bound Shannon Murakami is the only senior starter for Saugus, which is expected to contend for the Div. I state title for at least the next two years.Shannon's younger sister Amber is arguably the top freshman runner in the state.Although the Woodbridge Invitational was the headline meet last week, it was not the only venue where cross country runners from the Santa Clarita Valley stood out.Bailey Miller, a freshman at West Ranch High of Stevenson Ranch, clocked 20 minutes, four seconds Wednesday to win the Crescenta Valley Multiteam Meet at Crescenta Valley Park.Miller, who edged Canyon Country High's Wendy Cohen by just two seconds, will challenge Saugus' Amber Murakami in Foothill League cross country and track and field for the next four years.Among the boys, Canyon's Stephen Kent (16:43) finished nine seconds behind La Canada's Will Zentmyer for second place, while teammate Matt Phares (17:03) finished sixth. Air Jordan 14 Low Light Graphite,A leading figure in the Midland Freemasons has been left badly injured in a hit and run accident in Wolverhampton city centre. Grandfather of two Barrie Rouse, aged 69, was returning to the Civic car park after a shopping trip to buy new shoes when it is thought he was struck by a taxi and a cyclist at the junction of Darlington Street and Victoria Street. Mr Rouse, who is secretary for the Provincial Grand Lodge of Freemasons in Staffordshire and attends the Tettenhall Road lodge, has been told he is likely to be in hospital for between six and eight weeks. His son Stephen, aged 39, said: "It could be two years before he makes a full recovery. They've had to rebuild his elbow and he's got pins and screws in it. He's cracked his pelvis and they've had to put him in traction. "He's not very well to be truthful. He's been in a lot of excruciating pain pain and they've given him morphine. "We're just trying to do our little bit to find out who who saw what and if there are any witnesses who can help." Mr Rouse, who works at the Ren New building materials firm in Four Ashes, South Staffordshire, said his father's memory of the crash was unclear. It is thought he was struck by a cyclist and a taxi and neither stayed to help. Members of the public came to help and one called 999. An ambulance took Mr Rouse to hospital after the accident, which happened at around 2.30pm last Tuesday. Mr Rouse, of Woodcote Road, Tettenhall, lives with his wife Sandra, aged 65. He also has a daughter, Debbie, aged 42, who lives in Tettenhall, and granddaughters Abbie and Chloe, aged 11 and seven. In 2009, Mr Rouse joined fellow Freemasons to hand over a 4,000 to the Staffordshire Air Ambulance appeal. Anyone who saw the accident, or has any information about it, should contact Wolverhampton police on 0345 113 5000 or call the free Crimestoppers number anonymously on 0800 555 111.
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Air Jordan 14 Low Light Graphite English Services Peter Nagy Supervising Technician, News Network English Television News Production, Media Operations Technology As part of CBC/Radio Canada commitment to continue at the forefront of technologically advanced news presentation that is engaging to our audience, a series of new technologies has been brought into the Corporation newsrooms over the course of the past few years. The purpose of this article is to concentrate on a technological innovation that features prominently in how news is presented within the English Services: Microsoft Perceptive Pixel Board. Inception Originally, the need for the Perceptive Pixel Board arose during the run up to the 2011 Federal Elections as well as the Provincial Elections in Ontario that same year. Essentially, CBC/Radio Canada English Services sought out a new and inventive technological solution to tell the Election story in a dynamic way. broadcasters to showcase a variety of new tools as part of their coverage, the most notable of which were, perhaps, CNN Magic Wall and hologram. Due to these innovations, the English Services started looking into the technology available that would interface with our Vizrt graphics package, which allows us to display graphics on camera, and, after much research, our team concluded that the Perceptive Pixel technology would allow us to display our Vizrt scenes on screen with a truly interactive feel to them. Consequently, CBC/Radio Canada English Services developed an election graphics package that would display such things as seat changes, voting results, and other relevant information as live data arrived on Election Night. Evan Solomon was in the studio and he was able to use the Perceptive Pixel Board to bring up those graphics, display them on the board, and provide a basis for live interaction between himself and Peter Mansbridge, who was with him in the studio. That constituted the English Services first take at including the Perceptive Pixel Board in Election Night coverage. By the time of the Ontario Provincial Elections that same year, the graphical capabilities of the Perceptive Pixel Board had been developed to include an interactive map on which individual ridings could be selected and their information displayed; this allowed journalists to drill down into the riding details, such as the levels of support for the various candidates and an assortment of other campaign information. Development Once the Perceptive Pixel Board full potential was fulfilled as far as Election Coverage was concerned, CBC/Radio Canada English Services seized the opportunity to make the most of other, more regular, opportunities to make use of the technological capabilities provided by the Perceptive Pixel Board. Upon its purchase, it was determined that CBC News Network would make the most of the Board capabilities immediately following the end of the elections, and it is now used on a regular basis at the Breaking News desk. A few modifications were necessary to allow the Perceptive Pixel Board capabilities to be used at the Breaking News desk, given the needs and time constraints associated with breaking news. Users needed to be able to build a story quickly and Perceptive Pixel anticipated this need through the creation of an application called Storyboard, which, as its name indicates, allows a user to build a complete storyboard, add graphical elements to it, and drag and drop them into a cohesive storyline. In the interest of simplicity and ease of use, the application runs on a PC equipped with Windows 7 and connected to CBC/Radio Canada network. Beyond that, the Perceptive Pixel Board can even display live video fed from the Control Room, thanks to a video input card on the PC connected to the Board, which allows reporters interacting with the Board to easily do a lead in on breaking news stories when live video footage is available. If you would like to see the Perceptive Pixel Board in action, please feel free to look at the following video (video available exclusively in English). Conclusion As you have just seen, the Perceptive Pixel Board is an excellent tool that allows CBC/Radio Canada to present a variety of news stories in a more interactive, dynamic, and responsive fashion that is visually appealing to the viewers, which allows them to better engage with the stories being presented. It adds value to CBC/Radio Canada presence in a very competitive playing field, and the technology possesses enough room for further growth and development to continue providing solid returns on the Corporation investment. Acknowledgements It goes without saying that this project would have been impossible without the cooperation and initiative of a variety of people within CBC/Radio Canada English Services, but special thanks are due to Bob Weiers (Senior Producer, Live News Special Events), Allan Giacomelli (News Art Director), and Andrew Kellogg (IT Maestro Support), as they made the dream a reality with their skills, expertise, and vision.
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