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Puto el que lo lea!

21Jun

Carta  a quien corresponda: Durante años te has dedicado a explotar la nostalgia del mexicano, de su necesidad de reforzar la pasión por sus colores. Ponte el penacho, El sombrero de charro, la verde, canta cielito lindo etc.

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Guillermito

11Ene

-“Memito se comió cinco” -“Ya vas a empezar a joder a Ochoa, que tienes contra él?” Y la verdad es que nada, de hecho, Guillermo Ochoa es uno de los deportistas que más respeto junto a Miguel Layun.

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By Adelyn Zhou Every entrepreneur can likely relate: You wake up each morning to hundreds of unread emails, stare at a to-do list that never seems to die, and schedule meetings on a fully-booked calendar two months out. With a workload like this, every minute is essential. That’s why I constantly invest time in finding ways to automate the more mundane aspects of work

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What Africa expects from COP22

17Nov

Photo Credit: Oxfam In 2001, the Marrakech Accords paved the way for the Clean Development Mechanism (CDM), which was designed to provide technological and financial support to help developing countries offset the impacts of climate change.

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President-elect Donald Trump left reporters in the dark about his whereabouts Tuesday night, continuing a pattern of restricting press access and setting up a dangerous precedent for the press covering the Trump administration. Trump left his residence at New York’s Trump Tower to have dinner at a restaurant without informing the pool of reporters tasked to cover him. Trump’s transition team had told the reporters there would be no more news for the day, indicating Trump would remain at Trump Tower for the night

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It has been almost a week and I am still not prepared for President Trump. I was sure that Hillary Clinton had it in the bag. I had convinced myself that Donald Trump’s arresting, but toxic, message, his misogyny and rage against the “other”, together with his general lack of discipline, organization or depth would do him in.

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Some travelers prefer the beach and nature, others have a soft spot for the pool, and everyone wants a killer view. For all those times when you can’t choose between the two, there’s an infinity pool.

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Last week, we pre-empted our usual Talking Points format for a pre-election column.

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This is the fifth in a series aimed at educating the public about the serious psychological instability of Donald Trump. Many now are rightly concerned about the potential for blood in the streets that will be triggered by a DT defeat. Despite the shadow of doubt cast by F.B.I

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Why November 9th Matters So Much

07Nov

Mary was a city council president, owns a small business, and prefers Cabernet.

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In this week’s episode of “Scheer Intelligence,” Robert Scheer speaks with lawyer and immigrant rights activist Lizbeth Mateo, who self-deported in order to illuminate the plight of immigrants like herself. Mateo came to the United States with her family at age 14 and attended college and law school.

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By Nancy and James Chuda founders of LuxEcoLiving and Healthy Child Healthy World Journey with us to South Africa the home and heritage of Nelson Mandela. The Saxon Villa and Spa is one of the most beautiful hotels in the world.

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Global Health Keeps Chaos Away

01Nov

Global threats are rising.

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When Jeffrey Robinson’s  Trump Tower debuted in July 2012, it failed to receive much attention, despite boasting the tagline, “The sexiest novel of the decade,” and an endorsement from Donald Trump  himself.

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CultureZohn: Fall Colors POP at Mass MoCA

28Oct

Nick Cave, Until, Mass MoCA There is nothing so sweet as combining nature and art. Rearview of new-ish Tadao Ando reflecting pool, Clark Museum of Art, Williamstown, Mass The last time I wrote about this magical elixir was when Creative Time took over the north end of Central Park in a site specific installation of dancers, sculpture and sailboats.

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Southern Fried Chicken Fight

25Oct

October is Domestic violence month. This piece is dedicated to the survivors

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Counteracting Absenteeism in the Classroom

24Oct

By Alyssa Nucaro When I started this school year, I couldn’t help but notice the absence of some familiar faces. I am teaching 7th grade English and, as the first few weeks of school went by, I began to see that some of my students were already missing school

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A few weeks ago, me and three friends settled into our seats at the Norse Theatre , excited to hear our idol, “punk poet laureate” Patti Smith, talk about her new book and sing a few songs. Michele leaned over as the lights went down and whispered, “Remind me to tell you about my fight with a Millennial in the Uber pool”

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We all dread the inevitable drain clogs that plague our sinks and bathtubs. As water starts to pool around your ankles in the shower, you know it’s time to tackle the matted hair, soap scum and dirt building up in the drain

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How To Spend 11.5 Hours In Dallas.

15Oct

Yeap, just that, not twelve hours, not a whole entire day – but just a few hours in passing through the megapolis of Texas. Done with JFK

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Woman screams at press after Trump rally: “we're mad at you!” pic.twitter.com/r5ewYTpfwB — Jim Acosta (@Acosta) October 13, 2016 Covering Donald Trump rallies has never been easy for journalists. Members of the press are often the target of jeering by unruly crowds that are  egged on by the candidate himself

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The Loneliness Of The Long Distance Writer

05Oct

I’m in Los Angeles, some 3000 miles away from home and sometimes it feels like the moon is touchibly closer than my native New York. Add to that the pull of the tides that seems to tug at my heart even when I’m nowhere near the shore and that all adds up to feelings of emptiness

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Apparently a trip down memory lane was too much for Dr. Ben Carson . The renowned neurosurgeon abruptly walked away from a CNN interview on Saturday after a visit to his childhood home in Detroit with Donald Trump .

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Pay no attention to the cordial press releases. Google ― sorry,  Alphabet ―  sure looks like it’s thinking about taking on Uber. Earlier this week, Google announced that its popular Waze app, which offers crowd-sourced navigation and has  65 million active users , plans to  explore a carpooling feature  in the Bay Area sometime this fall

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Angela Corey, the Democratic Florida prosecutor who presided over some the Fourth Judicial Circuit Court’s most controversial cases of the past several years, lost her bid for reelection Tuesday night bringing her eight-year tenure to an end.  Melissa Nelson emerged as the Republican primary winner , earning more than 64 percent of the vote compared to Corey’s 26 percent. A third challenger, Wes White, collected less than 10 percent.  Corey’s loss was cheered by defense lawyer and academics, many of whom had criticized her aggressive prosecution, particularly of juveniles.   “Corey’s loss is an encouraging sign that the public will no longer tolerate overzealous and unprincipled criminal prosecutions, including women and children,” Mary Anne Franks, a law professor at the University of Miami, said in a statement Tuesday.  Even musician John Legend, who cofounded the criminal justice reform campaign #FreeAmerica weighed in on the Fourth Judicial Circuit State’s Attorney’s race

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Sleep. It’s the five-letter word that can send some of us into frenzy-fueled insomnia

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NEW YORK ― An imam and a member of his congregation were shot dead on Saturday when a lone gunman opened fire as the two were leaving prayer services, according to multiple reports.  Witnesses heard several shots fired  near the Al-Furqan Jame Masjid Mosque in Queens at about 1:50 p.m., according to the New York Daily News. The two men were found lying in a pool of blood and witnesses said they’d both been shot in the head. More..

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NEW YORK ― An imam and another man were shot on Saturday when a lone gunman opened fire as the two were leaving prayer services, according to multiple reports. One man was killed

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It’s a dream for many to compete at the Olympics . Even this cute kitty seems desperate to be part of Team USA’s beach volleyball side in  Rio de Janeiro.

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  The U.S. took an early lead in the Olympic medal count, while China and Italy vied for the top spot in the establishment lane. Donald Trump gave a major “policy speech,” and we realized he reads off a teleprompter with the same cadence we use to order takeout from people who don’t speak English well.

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Australia’s swimmers are getting low to win gold at Rio 2016 . They sang Lil Jon & The East Side Boys’ 2003 hit “ Get Low ” to inspire them to Olympic victory in the 4×100 freestyle relay on Saturday.

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By Nancy and James Chuda founders of LuxEcoLiving and Healthy Child Healthy World More…

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By Timothy M. Smith , University of Minnesota Another week in America, another week of sadness and hand-wringing prompted by gun violence. More…

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Gales derrota a Eslovaquia

13Jul

Gales derrota a Eslovaquia Da clic para el resumen y video Gran partido el celebrado en el estadio de Burdeos , Gales y Eslovaquia jugaron un gran partido, apenas al minuto dos Hamsik hace una gran jugada y vence al arquero pero Davies se barre para evitar que la pelota llegue a la red.

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President Obama issued a video endorsement of Hillary Clinton; Joe Biden’s video will presumably be up as soon as the vice president works out the kinks in his fog and laser machines. Bernie Sanders effectively ended his campaign as he began it: looking disheveled in Washington with no one really caring about his agenda

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With the first day of summer less than two weeks away, it’s the perfect time to talk about enjoying the sun safely, cooling down with healthy sips, and exercising in the great outdoors. It’s one of my favorite times of the year because we have more time to relax and if we’re lucky enough, take a well-deserved vacation. Before you kick back at the beach, pool, or simply on your back porch, remember to keep these summer safety tips in mind.

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When Rochelle, a patient at Northwestern University’s Comprehensive Transplant Center, first learned that no one in her immediate family was a suitable candidate for partial liver donation, she did what most do in today’s day and age – she took to Facebook.

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Ask any movie star — you face a lot of rejection before you finally make it. That’s never been more true than for Freya, a pup dubbed “Britain’s loneliest dog”  by the Mirror in May after the outlet learned she had been in the care of  Freshfields Animal Rescue in Liverpool for six years.

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Mirror, Mirror

04Jun

Like most women, I can’t help but notice the parts of myself that have slumped and sagged as I’ve aged. The bags under my eyes now have over-night valises of their own. The veins in my legs and on the backs of my hands are starting to show through in blue

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Several Donald Trump supporters were attacked outside a rally for the presumptive GOP nominee in San Jose, California, on Thursday night. In a video clip posted to Twitter, Fusion reporter Tim Pool  spoke with a man who said he yelled, “Yeah Trump!” after leaving the event.

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When you visit Mexico there are a few things you can always be certain about on your trip. One is plenty of sunshine and two is plenty of choices where to stay. While each destination in Mexico has a unique feel, the Grand Velas in Mexico’s lush Riviera Maya area is one place I highly recommend

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This post is by Erika Hairston and originally appeared on The Well , Jopwell’s editorial hub. More…

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Last week marked a milestone.

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The vehicle is as classy as the city where I headed to test it out, the 2016 BMW 3 Series 340i, a sporty rendition of a luxury sedan offering comfort, style and power behind the wheel. This year all the 3 Series offerings have been tweaked a bit inside and out with not only suspension improvements, but also a name change from 335i to 340i and under the hood there is more power in the 340i than in the previous incarnation

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Donald Trump keeps saying we don’t have any good trade deals, but tell that to the guy in Massachusetts who just got a penis transplant . Trump and David Cameron are in the midst of a trans-Atlantic feud, exhibiting the sort of intra floppy-haired-white-guy hostility usually only found during a prep school lacrosse match

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The initial spark for this piece was going to be this story out of Philly , where parents are shocked, upset and frustrated to learn that the charter their children are attending is bailing on them at the end of this year.  But at this stage of the game “Charter Closes Doors and Abandons Students” is completely unremarkable, like breathless coverage of the sun rising in the East. The Center for Media and Democracy has done huge work on this, producing a map of the 2,500 (that’s two thousand, five hundred!) charter schools that closed by 2013. CMD has also ramped up pressure on the US Department of Education, which loves charters, pushes charters, throws money at charters– but in its “transparent” reporting claims to have no idea how many charters have actually closed

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The most beautiful hotels in Wales

13May

To some extent beauty is in the eye of the beholder, and when it comes to hotels so much is down to personal preference. Whatever your personal preference however, these are the hotels in Wales that really do have that extra je ne sais quoi when it comes to beautiful locations, design and ambience. Here’s five of the Good Hotel Guide’s most beautiful hotels in Wales ..

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The No Child Left Behind Act, the controversial Bush-era education law, promoted an emphasis on reading and math, sometimes at the expense of other subjects. Now, the nation’s new education secretary is calling on schools to expand their focus to other subjects and give students a more balanced set of course offerings.  Secretary John King Jr. — who was confirmed in March  — is expected to tout the benefits of a “well-rounded education” in a speech at the Las Vegas Academy of the Arts on Thursday.

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The man accused of fatally shooting three people at a Colorado Planned Parenthood clinic last year said he hoped that when he died fetuses in heaven would thank him for stopping more abortions, court documents showed on Monday.

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There’s no way to undercut the importance of an awards show like knowing the full list of winners  before it airs on TV.

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President Barack Obama on Friday told donors that Republican presidential candidates Donald Trump and Ted Cruz were doing Democrats a “favor” by exposing extreme views within their party on issues such as immigration and national security. “I actually think that Donald Trump and Ted Cruz have done us a favor,” Obama said, referring to policy positions that would restrict Muslims and Mexicans from entering the country. Obama said Trump and Cruz, the two front-runners in the Republican nomination contest ahead of the Nov.

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It was a throwaway remark that sparked a beautiful act of kindness. Kyle Simpler told his students at Burleson High School in Burleson, Texas, earlier this week he couldn’t remember the last time he’d had a birthday cake

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Lady Gaga honored America singing the national anthem at Super Bowl 50 on Sunday and it’s safe to say she totally crushed it. No, really, she totally nailed it and pretty much everyone thought so:    Love you so much, @ladygaga .

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Today, class, we will talk about the more mandibularly endowed among our fellow animals, those whose teeth are so sharp, numerous or easily and endlessly reborn, and whose jaws pack so much enormous pressure that you certainly don’t want to let your arm or leg, let alone your head, get anywhere near their alluringly say-cheese grins.

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A man from Tennessee who has the words “psycho” tattooed on his forehead and “nazi” inked on his throat is accused of stabbing another man in the stomach.

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A white former suburban Detroit police officer was sentenced on Tuesday to 13 months to 10 years in prison for the beating last year of a black motorist during a traffic stop caught on video.

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(If you missed the beginning of the story, please see Part 1 of my Business Intuition journey ) ” W OW Experiences” don’t happen very often.

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January 31 marks the 10 year anniversary of the death of Coretta Scott King, widow of the great Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. She died in 2006 at the age of 78  and was honored with a funeral attended by heads of state and civil rights leaders alike.  King will of course always be remembered as the strong wife and mother who supported her activist husband up until his murder in 1968.

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Ryan Reynolds has dad jokes for days, y’all.  The “Deadpool” actor delightfully showcased his comedy skills in a tweet directed at former boybander Zayn Malik , who apparently pulled out of an appearance with Reynolds at the last minute.  “Zayn isn’t on the Graham Norton show with me anymore,” Reynolds tweeted. “I’ll still go … But obviously I got my lips done for nothing.”  Zayn isn't on the Graham Norton show with me anymore.

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This post was coauthored by Bahey eldin Hassan, Director of Cairo Institute for Human Rights Studies. The international community’s support given to Egyptian president Abdel Fattah al-Sisi’s regime is primarily based on the notion that his regime maintains stability in the country.

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Kids getting footballs is still pretty great pic.twitter.com/949LSvUHEQ — The Cauldron (@TheCauldron) January 25, 2016 As has recently become a weekly tradition, the Carolina Panthers just made yet another young fan’s dream come true. Seemingly every Sunday, Cam Newton’s squad turns on-field success into off-field elation, as players run to the stands to give touchdown balls to Carolina loyalists

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JERUSALEM, Jan 24 (Reuters) – Israeli elder statesman Shimon Peres was hospitalized on Sunday for a second time in as many weeks after complaining of chest pains, an aide said. Peres, who was released from hospital last week after suffering a heart attack on Jan. 14, was conscious and the hospitalization was a precautionary measure, Peres aide Ayelet Frisch told Reuters

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WASHINGTON (AP) — Four of America’s wealthiest businessmen laid the foundation for Ted Cruz’s now-surging Republican presidential campaign and have redefined the role of political donors. With just over a week until voters get their first say, the 45-year-old Texas senator known as a conservative warrior has been ascendant.

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While a report by a British judge found that Russian president Vladimir Putin probably approved of the Russian security service’s plan to kill Alexander Litvinenko, a former KGB officer turned Kremlin critic, justice remains far for many other dead, disappeared or jailed Putin critics.  According to the Committee to Protect Journalists, 56 journalists have been killed in Russia since 1992. Here are some of the most prominent Kremlin critics who have been killed or jailed in the last decade: Boris Nemtsov Nemtsov, a prominent critic of Putin who exposed corruption in the government, was gunned down in February near the Kremlin. At the time of his murder, Nemtsov, a former deputy prime minister, had been working on a report on Russia’s role in separatist uprisings in eastern Ukraine in 2014

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A member came to our credit union with no job and very poor credit. At the time, her parents’ credit was also deteriorating because they cosigned her student loan. We had a very straightforward conversation with her and pointed her toward seeking a job in her career, which she found and with wonderful benefits.

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Ali Rezaian never lost hope that his brother Jason, a Washington Post reporter who was imprisoned in Iran for 545 days until being released this weekend, would come home. “I knew it would happen at some point,” he told MSNBC’s Joe Scarborough and Mika Brzezinski Monday on “Morning Joe.” “The last couple of months have been really rough going through the holidays and what not, but I didn’t believe it was going to happen until he got on the airplane, the plane took off and it was out of Iranian airspace.” Ali, who advocated for Jason’s release since he was first arrested in July 2014  in Tehran, Iran, said he’d heard rumors for some time about the possibility of Jason’s release but told the “Morning Joe” hosts that “by the middle of the week it became apparent.” During the interview, Ali was notified by text message that he could visit his brother, who was being medically evaluated at the U.S. military’s Landstuhl Regional Medical Center in Germany

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You deserve a vacation. Honest. Research shows 40 percent of Americans are either too scared or too stressed to use their paid days off, while other findings prove taking a vacation is good for you and your work

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