Rule #2 – Tecno Ciencia http://tecno-ciencia.com/ Thu, 23 Sep 2021 04:57:40 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.8 https://tecno-ciencia.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/03/cropped-icon-32x32.png Rule #2 – Tecno Ciencia http://tecno-ciencia.com/ 32 32 Pep Guardiola and Jurgen Klopp push for new Premier League rule as FSG reveal £ 220million plan for Liverpool https://tecno-ciencia.com/pep-guardiola-and-jurgen-klopp-push-for-new-premier-league-rule-as-fsg-reveal-220million-plan-for-liverpool/ https://tecno-ciencia.com/pep-guardiola-and-jurgen-klopp-push-for-new-premier-league-rule-as-fsg-reveal-220million-plan-for-liverpool/#respond Thu, 23 Sep 2021 03:00:00 +0000 https://tecno-ciencia.com/pep-guardiola-and-jurgen-klopp-push-for-new-premier-league-rule-as-fsg-reveal-220million-plan-for-liverpool/ Your morning summary of Thursday, September 23. ‘It’s ridiculous’ – Pep Guardiola agrees with Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp on calls for new Premier League rule Pep Guardiola has called on the Premier League to increase the number of substitutions allowed to five for each team. Guardiola’s request for a change in the substitutes rule echoes […]]]>

Your morning summary of Thursday, September 23.

‘It’s ridiculous’ – Pep Guardiola agrees with Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp on calls for new Premier League rule

Pep Guardiola has called on the Premier League to increase the number of substitutions allowed to five for each team.

Guardiola’s request for a change in the substitutes rule echoes a similar request Jurgen Klopp made last season.

The rule was temporarily changed by the Premier League to allow managers to make five changes when restarting the project.

READ MORE: Kaide Gordon compared to £ 43million Liverpool star after Norwich City debut

However, a majority decision was made to revert to three substitutes last season, despite the other big leagues in Europe keeping the new rule in place.

The Manchester City boss has called the current law “ridiculous” after his side’s Carabao Cup victory over Wycombe on Tuesday as his side struggled with a growing injury list.

Read the full story here.

FSG makes long-term £ 220million statement as next stage of Liverpool plan begins

The FSG may have been criticized for its lack of transfer spending this summer, but its £ 60million pledge to the Anfield Road stand shows that it is still ready to invest in the long-term prospects of Liverpool.

The transfer policy used this summer has focused on securing the future of key Reds players such as Alisson, Trent Alexander-Arnold and Virgil van Dijk, with the owners’ stadium plans following a similar vein.

The essential news from Liverpool FC

An expanded stand at Anfield Road will provide an additional 7,000 seats, bringing Anfield’s total capacity to 61,000 for the start of the 2023/24 season.

The £ 60million disbursed for the project brings FSG’s total expenditure on construction costs to £ 220million, combined with the £ 110million spent on the main stand and AXA’s £ 50million training center sterling, unveiled last year.

Read the full story here.

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Anger and confusion have spread over the UK’s new COVID travel rules https://tecno-ciencia.com/anger-and-confusion-have-spread-over-the-uks-new-covid-travel-rules/ https://tecno-ciencia.com/anger-and-confusion-have-spread-over-the-uks-new-covid-travel-rules/#respond Wed, 22 Sep 2021 13:51:48 +0000 https://tecno-ciencia.com/anger-and-confusion-have-spread-over-the-uks-new-covid-travel-rules/ NAIROBI, Kenya – Travelers and authorities in India and some African countries are furious – and confused – over Britain’s new COVID-19 travel rules, calling them discriminatory. The UK government announced what it touted as a simplification of the rules last week, including allowing fully vaccinated travelers arriving in England from much of the world […]]]>

NAIROBI, Kenya – Travelers and authorities in India and some African countries are furious – and confused – over Britain’s new COVID-19 travel rules, calling them discriminatory.

The UK government announced what it touted as a simplification of the rules last week, including allowing fully vaccinated travelers arriving in England from much of the world to skip quarantine and pass fewer tests.

But the fine print on who was considered “fully vaccinated” turns out to be much more complicated. To avoid self-isolation, travelers must have received a vaccine under US, UK or EU programs or have received an injection authorized in the UK by an approved health body. Organizations in more than a dozen countries in Asia, the Caribbean and the Middle East were on the list, but not India, nor any in Africa.

Countries like Kenya, which has received hundreds of thousands of doses of the AstraZeneca vaccine from the UK itself, have questioned why their vaccination programs don’t look good enough in the eyes of the UK government. This raises fears that the rules may exacerbate an already worrying hesitation about vaccines in Africa, as some people wonder if the doses available there are not up to the mark.

The government of Kenya has noted “significant public concern” as a result of the new rules. South African Medical Association President Dr Angelique Coetzee said citizens were “discriminated against” and that was “totally unacceptable”. South African authorities have opposed not only the new quarantine rules, but also the country remaining on the UK’s so-called red list, from which all travel is severely restricted.

The Hindustan Times, one of India’s leading English-language dailies, called the move “illogical and harmful” in an editorial.

Shashi Tharoor, leader of India’s main opposition congressional party, said he had canceled his upcoming UK book tour in protest. “Why should Indians be considered inferior races to others? “He wrote on the news site The Quint on Tuesday.

The UK Department for Transport, which published the rules, did not immediately respond to a request for comment. But since the initial fury Britain has backed down on one aspect that caused particular dismay: India-made doses of AstraZeneca, known as Covishield, were not initially on the list of approved vaccines. The product made in India has not been officially cleared by UK regulators, although some doses have been used in Britain – and millions have been shipped to low- and middle-income countries.

Covishield was added to Britain’s list of approved vaccines for travelers on Wednesday, but the group of approved public health bodies remained unchanged, meaning the practical effect of the move is limited. The outrage over Covishield has been particularly high in India, where the vast majority of people have been vaccinated with the vaccine.

Before Covishield was added to Britain’s travel list, Indian Foreign Minister Harsh Vardhan Shringla told reporters this week: “We understand this has been used in the national health system ( British) and therefore the non-recognition of Covishield is a discriminatory policy.

Shringla said the rules, which go into effect next month, could force India to “impose reciprocal measures” if the issue is not resolved.

The government has yet to officially comment on the change, but even after it, outrage continued to surge on social media.

“India’s digital certification is much more reliable than the manual system of other countries. Is UK Trying To Make Money From PCR Testing? Tweeted Kiran Mazumdar-Shaw, founder of Indian pharmaceutical company Biocon.

For African countries, the new British rules are a setback after a glimmer of hope after India announced this week that it will resume exports and surplus coronavirus vaccine donations in October – after a freeze in several months due to an increase in domestic infections.

Less than 4% of Africa’s population of 1.3 billion is fully vaccinated, and many have watched in dismay as rich countries stockpile doses and discuss giving their populations a third injection.

Beyond supply issues, many African countries are grappling with hesitation over vaccines as misinformation swirls about injections.

The Kenyan Minister of Health and the British Ambassador to Kenya issued a joint statement on Tuesday aimed at allaying the remaining concerns.

“We want to make it clear that the UK and Kenya recognize vaccines given in both countries,” in particular AstraZeneca, Moderna, Pfizer and Johnson & Johnson, they said.

However, “establishing a system to mutually recognize each other’s vaccination certificates for a vaccination passport program takes time,” they said, adding that neither country has completed the program. process.

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Kirka reported from London and Saaliq from New Delhi. Associated Press editors Mogomotsi Magome in Johannesburg and Gerald Imray in Cape Town, South Africa, contributed.

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U.S. Retail Industry Seeks 90-Day Deadline For COVID-19 Rules https://tecno-ciencia.com/u-s-retail-industry-seeks-90-day-deadline-for-covid-19-rules/ https://tecno-ciencia.com/u-s-retail-industry-seeks-90-day-deadline-for-covid-19-rules/#respond Tue, 21 Sep 2021 17:46:00 +0000 https://tecno-ciencia.com/u-s-retail-industry-seeks-90-day-deadline-for-covid-19-rules/ A woman is holding a small bottle labeled with a “Coronavirus COVID-19 Vaccine” sticker and a medical syringe in this illustration taken on October 30, 2020. REUTERS / Dado Ruvic / File Photo WASHINGTON, Sept.21 (Reuters) – Two major U.S. retail groups on Tuesday demanded the Biden administration for at least 90 days before imposing […]]]>

A woman is holding a small bottle labeled with a “Coronavirus COVID-19 Vaccine” sticker and a medical syringe in this illustration taken on October 30, 2020. REUTERS / Dado Ruvic / File Photo

WASHINGTON, Sept.21 (Reuters) – Two major U.S. retail groups on Tuesday demanded the Biden administration for at least 90 days before imposing new rules that will require employees at large companies to be vaccinated against COVID -19 or to undergo regular tests.

On September 9, the White House said the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) is developing an emergency temporary standard that will require all employers with 100 or more employees to ensure their workforce is fully vaccinated, or will require all unvaccinated workers to produce a negative COVID-19 test once a week.

The White House said those rules would apply to more than 80 million private sector employees.

The Retail Industry Leaders Association and the National Retail Federation have strongly encouraged OSHA “to provide a 90-day implementation period to allow retailers and other employers to build the necessary systems.”

Retail groups, which represent companies such as Walmart (WMT.N), CVS (CVS.N) Best Buy (BBY.N), Target (TGT.N), Kroger (KR.N) and Home Depot (HD.N), asked how the administration will ensure adequate COVID-19 testing capacity to meet “the significant increase in demand.”

The groups said “there could be as many as 4 million retail workers who may need to be tested each week.” They also asked other detailed questions such as “What corrective actions can be taken in situations where employees refuse vaccinations and tests?” “

US Secretary of Commerce Gina Raimondo told travel officials last week that the OSHA order was expected in “a few weeks … We were told in October.”

Reporting by David Shepardson; Editing by Andrea Ricci

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New York City Public Schools to Increase COVID Testing, Relax Quarantine Rules – CBS New York https://tecno-ciencia.com/new-york-city-public-schools-to-increase-covid-testing-relax-quarantine-rules-cbs-new-york/ https://tecno-ciencia.com/new-york-city-public-schools-to-increase-covid-testing-relax-quarantine-rules-cbs-new-york/#respond Tue, 21 Sep 2021 02:00:00 +0000 https://tecno-ciencia.com/new-york-city-public-schools-to-increase-covid-testing-relax-quarantine-rules-cbs-new-york/ NEW YORK (CBSNew York) – New York City is stepping up COVID-19 testing in schools and relaxing quarantine rules. It comes after a school had to close for a week due to a cluster of cases among staff. READ MORE: Lawyer for one of three Texas women indicted in Carmine brawl says they were racially […]]]>

NEW YORK (CBSNew York) – New York City is stepping up COVID-19 testing in schools and relaxing quarantine rules.

It comes after a school had to close for a week due to a cluster of cases among staff.

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Students at 79 Public School in East Harlem were asked to stay home this week after 19 cases were confirmed and 45 others were forced into quarantine. The Department of Education said all of the cases involved staff members and were linked to an orientation event that took place before classes started, CBS2’s Natalie Duddridge reported.

Classes at PS 79 will be virtual until September 28. The DOE has ensured that each student has a device and will receive take-out meals.

WATCH: Mayor De Blasio’s daily COVID briefing in New York

The city announced Monday that it is improving its health and safety measures.

“We will be testing in primary, middle and high schools. Every school, every week, ”Mayor Bill de Blasio said in his briefing on Monday.

CORONAVIRUS PANDEMIC

“You can only test students who return their consent forms. He must abandon his bogus testing program and demand testing in schools, ”said City Councilor Mark Treyger, who chairs the education committee.

Since the first day of school last week, nearly 600 students in the city have tested positive for COVID, along with 384 teachers, CBS2’s Ali Bauman reported.

“There seem to be a lot of holes in all the policies that come out, even with revisions,” said Aixa Rodriguez, a teacher at Manhattan college.

Treyger said that on top of all this, medically exempt students in in-person classes are being left behind.

“I am told that the volume of applications has grown exponentially across the city for these home schooling applications for children, but many of these children have yet to receive an education day,” said Treyger.

The DOE told CBS2, in part, that it “has worked with schools individually to ensure they follow CDC guidelines while providing full-time education.”

Bauman asked the DOE how many students were expecting homeschooling, but did not immediately get a response.

READ MORE: Pfizer Says COVID Vaccine Safe and Effective for Children 5-11 Years Old

COVID VACCINE

As for COVID protocols in schools, they are a bit of a mystery to parents like Eric McLendon.

“They look okay, but it’s also a bit difficult because we’re not allowed in schools to see what’s going on firsthand,” McLendon said.

It’s hard to blame him. Photos on social media show crowded urban schools, despite the Centers for Disease Control’s recommendation for students to have 3 feet of social distancing when possible.

“We’re not even able to keep them separate,” Rodriguez said.

Rodriguez said the classrooms are too small to expand.

“The reality is that our classrooms are full of furniture. Even with everything we’ve thrown in and put away, we still don’t have any space, ”Rodriguez said.

It was therefore surprising to many that de Blasio announced on Monday that he would relax quarantine protocols, starting next week.

“When there is a positive test in a classroom, unvaccinated students in that class will not have to self-quarantine if they are masked and 3 feet apart,” he said. “This will allow more children to stay safely in the classroom.”

Michael Mulgrew, president of the United Teachers’ Federation, said there was no way to guarantee it.

“We didn’t have a chance to say that all of the children’s masks were in place, they were properly in place, snug and everyone was 3 feet apart all day. It’s a fantasy if the mayor believes this is happening, ”Mulgrew said.

While some parents agreed that children should spend as much time as possible in school, others who were already feeling nervous are asking for a virtual option.

“No one really wants their child to be surrounded by people with COVID-19. It’s dangerous, ”said Javier Maldonado.

NO MORE NEWS: Public School 79 in East Harlem to remain closed due to COVID-19 cluster; Distance learning in place until September 28

Ali Bauman of CBS2 contributed to this report.

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“They can buy their own junk food” https://tecno-ciencia.com/they-can-buy-their-own-junk-food/ https://tecno-ciencia.com/they-can-buy-their-own-junk-food/#respond Mon, 20 Sep 2021 13:40:34 +0000 https://tecno-ciencia.com/they-can-buy-their-own-junk-food/ A mother infuriated her teenage daughter with a new house rule. The mother shared the situation on the Reddit “Am I the A ******” forum. She has three older teens who eat a ton of snacks. Fed up with the expenses, the mom insisted that each teenager buy their own snacks. But her teenage daughter […]]]>

A mother infuriated her teenage daughter with a new house rule.

The mother shared the situation on the Reddit “Am I the A ******” forum. She has three older teens who eat a ton of snacks. Fed up with the expenses, the mom insisted that each teenager buy their own snacks. But her teenage daughter thought it was her parents’ responsibility to buy her sweet candies.

“I have three teenagers,” the mother said. “They eat like a plague of locusts. Every time there’s a treat, they’re right on it. I try to hide it sometimes, but when my partner and I try to have something cool after dinner, they hear the wrapper and are right on it. I used to buy snacks for them, but it cost a fortune and only lasted a day or two, not the whole week, and forgot about anything that was a little prettier or more expensive for us. All of my kids have casual jobs and earn at least $ 150 a week. We instituted a rule that they buy their own junk food.

Everyone seemed to think the deal was fair except for their daughter.

“My boys are happy with this arrangement,” the mother explained. “For the four of us the arrangement is working well and the boys have found out how much all this shit is costing. My daughter keeps telling me it’s our job to feed them, why does she have to pay for her own food and I just want her to starve. I have a pantry and a fridge full of breakfast (sugary cereals are considered junk food and I expect them to buy them, I have cornflakes and muesli for them), and food for lunch, and they are given a healthy tea each evening. The pantry is full of ingredients if they want to cook, knowing that everything they do is for the household.

People thought the parents were fair about the arrangement.

“They can buy their own junk food,” someone commented.

“As long as she’s having a meal, you’re doing your job,” wrote another.

“You buy food, they DON’T NEED junk food,” one person wrote.

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NFL’s Silly, Dumb new taunt rule could bring the world together in hate https://tecno-ciencia.com/nfls-silly-dumb-new-taunt-rule-could-bring-the-world-together-in-hate/ https://tecno-ciencia.com/nfls-silly-dumb-new-taunt-rule-could-bring-the-world-together-in-hate/#respond Sun, 19 Sep 2021 23:42:22 +0000 https://tecno-ciencia.com/nfls-silly-dumb-new-taunt-rule-could-bring-the-world-together-in-hate/ The NFL has a lot of problems. CTE. No one knows what a trap is. Their proofreading rules often make no sense. Arbitration is horrible. And many more. But instead of fixing one of those issues in the final offseason, the NFL decided there was something more important to focus on. People were having too […]]]>

The NFL has a lot of problems. CTE. No one knows what a trap is. Their proofreading rules often make no sense. Arbitration is horrible. And many more. But instead of fixing one of those issues in the final offseason, the NFL decided there was something more important to focus on. People were having too much fun there. Celebrate after doing a great play. Applause. To scream loudly. Maybe even some sort of creative celebration? Disgusting behavior. It is high time we took care of it.

Here this shit DJ Reed hunk had the absolute nerve to get a little excited after he smashed a pass to Pro Bowl AJ Brown’s wide receiver while he was on single cover. Prevent Tennessee from scoring a touchdown in a touchdown game. Is that why you’re gonna be excited? Is that why you’re gonna scream? Is that why you might like to flex your arms together a little? Not under NFL watch, mate.

Seriously, I think the NFL’s taunt rule just might be their attempt to finally achieve world peace. It must be the most universally hated thing in the world. There isn’t a single person with a brain who agrees with this rule change. I feel like it was proposed by someone’s former racist uncle and then kind of slipped through the cracks and got approved.

NFL? More like No Fun League. LMFAOOO. Has anyone thought of this joke before?

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Cities wonder if federal vax rule applies to staff | New https://tecno-ciencia.com/cities-wonder-if-federal-vax-rule-applies-to-staff-new/ https://tecno-ciencia.com/cities-wonder-if-federal-vax-rule-applies-to-staff-new/#respond Sun, 19 Sep 2021 05:00:00 +0000 https://tecno-ciencia.com/cities-wonder-if-federal-vax-rule-applies-to-staff-new/ Cities in Oklahoma are wondering whether pressure from President Joe Biden to increase COVID-19 vaccinations will apply to city staff pending detailed rules dictating its implementation. Biden announced his vaccine mandate for all federal employees in an executive order last week. It is also asking the Occupational Safety and Health Administration to require vaccines or […]]]>

Cities in Oklahoma are wondering whether pressure from President Joe Biden to increase COVID-19 vaccinations will apply to city staff pending detailed rules dictating its implementation.

Biden announced his vaccine mandate for all federal employees in an executive order last week. It is also asking the Occupational Safety and Health Administration to require vaccines or a negative weekly COVID test for employees of companies employing 100 or more people.

At least 24 states have threatened legal action against the warrant, according to US News, as businesses and government agencies question the specific implementation of the rules and order that the Biden administration did. not yet published, according to Reuters.

Seven states, including Oklahoma, are not regulated by OSHA for public employees, states the state’s Occupational Safety and Health for Public Employees (PEOSH) website. Public employees function as the state’s division of labor department, according to Oklahoma City spokeswoman Kristy Yager.

The Public Employees website states that OSHA is the “section of the federal Department of Labor that has the authority to enforce occupational safety and health laws for private sector workers.”

Municipalities that employ more than 100 people are wondering if and how Biden’s announcement applies to them, according to several spokespersons for cities across the state.

In response to a question from Norman Ward 7 adviser Stephen Holman whether Biden’s vaccine orders applied to city employees, city attorney Kathryn Walker said she was exploring the possibility.

“That remains to be determined,” Walker said. “It depends on the OSHA rule Biden announced Thursday afternoon to fight COVID. We will be looking at this rule, and I expect it will certainly contain opt-out rules, but we need to look at it in terms of how far we need to follow it and how it affects our union contracts and things. like this. We look at it all. “

Oklahoma City spokeswoman Kristy Yager said her legal department is looking into the same issue and has considered direct monitoring of public employees.

“Municipalities follow PEOSH, not OSHA. OSHA only applies to the private sector. However, PEOSH could also adopt the rule, ”Yager said.

Walker confirmed on Friday that cities were following state agency rules, but said OSHA could still apply.

“I think it’s possible OSHA might try to write the rule in a way that would apply to public and private sector employees, but we won’t know for sure until we see the rule,” he said. she declared.

Requests for comment were not returned by Oklahoma Department of Labor Commissioner Leslie Osborne to determine whether PEOSH intended to adopt the OSHA rule.

The transcript also asked for comment from Gov. Kevin Stitt’s office to see if he intended to block or discourage the agency from adopting the OSHA rule. Stitt has publicly stated that there will be “no vaccine warrant” in Oklahoma immediately following the announcement of Biden’s vaccine order.

If Norman decides to implement vaccination warrants without provisions for medical or religious exemptions, he can expect arbitration or trial under the National Fraternal Order of Police.

The union issued a statement on September 13 that it would “use all its resources – legislative, legal and otherwise” if municipalities force vaccines. Although the statement agreed that public employers can demand the vaccine, the FOP said it must allow medical and religious exemptions.

Norman Police spokeswoman Sarah Jensen said the local Fraternal Police Order had not issued any statement indicating a position regarding Biden’s order to the department.

Norman Fire Chief Travis King is a former union member of the International Association of Fire Fighters, but can no longer join due to his position as chief. He expects litigation if the city implements a far-reaching mandate, he said.

“I’ve seen litigation for a lot less,” King said.

Spokesmen for Edmond and Tulsa said their legal departments would investigate how the yet-to-be-written rules might apply to municipalities.

“We have not seen any details, rules or orders or final regulations that would identify how this applies, if any,” said City of Edmond lawyer Stephen Murdock. “We are awaiting further guidance. We do not know.

Requirements in place

As cities dive deep into Biden’s vaccination campaign, municipalities differ in the protections required of staff and the public.

Despite the council’s decision not to pursue a return to mask mandates and social distancing in public places such as businesses and parks, city staff follow an internal policy of wearing masks and limiting contacts with each other and with the public, Walker said.

Staff are required to wear masks, and town hall seats are blocked off to keep the public six feet away. Signs are displayed recommending the public to wear masks inside city buildings.

“In buildings and workspaces in the city, we know that we have many areas where employees have to work in close contact with each other and require a mask is a way to prevent the spread of Covid in these. situations. In particular, we must work to protect employees who protect public health and the safety of our community. We don’t want to risk losing entire teams at the quarantined water or wastewater treatment plant, for example. Since August 17, we’ve been requiring masks in situations where employees can’t socially distance themselves, and we’ve moved as many internal meetings as possible to Zoom.

In Tulsa, N95 masks are required from city hall staff and the public, but the matter is left to department heads of other buildings in the city, spokeswoman Leah Mueller said.

In Edmond, there is no mask requirement for employees or the public in public buildings, but they are encouraged to do so, Murdock said.

Yeager said Oklahoma City employees are required to wear masks inside city buildings and recommend masks to the public “while in city buildings.”

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‘Justice for J6’ supporter against Capitol riots compares insurgents to Jews under Nazi rule https://tecno-ciencia.com/justice-for-j6-supporter-against-capitol-riots-compares-insurgents-to-jews-under-nazi-rule/ https://tecno-ciencia.com/justice-for-j6-supporter-against-capitol-riots-compares-insurgents-to-jews-under-nazi-rule/#respond Sat, 18 Sep 2021 21:03:05 +0000 https://tecno-ciencia.com/justice-for-j6-supporter-against-capitol-riots-compares-insurgents-to-jews-under-nazi-rule/ Hundreds of protesters took to the United States Capitol grounds in Washington, DC on Saturday, demanding the release of those incarcerated following the deadly January 6 attack on the Capitol that led to hundreds of cases criminal and little thought on the extreme right. The event failed to draw the massive pro-Trump crowds that gathered […]]]>

Hundreds of protesters took to the United States Capitol grounds in Washington, DC on Saturday, demanding the release of those incarcerated following the deadly January 6 attack on the Capitol that led to hundreds of cases criminal and little thought on the extreme right.

The event failed to draw the massive pro-Trump crowds that gathered in January, and the area was heavily guarded by law enforcement. The participants discussed the usual themes: complaining to the media and presenting themselves as victims of state persecution.

One speaker compared the treatment of rioters on Capitol Hill – including, notoriously, a man wearing a “Camp Auschwitz” sweatshirt – to the persecution of Jews under the Nazi regime. Calling the DC prison a “gulag,” she read a letter which she said came from an imprisoned rioter, who complained, “It reminds me of how the Jewish people were treated by the Nazis.”

As the crowd gathered in Union Square on the Capitol grounds, Billy Joel’s “We Didn’t Start The Fire” sounded over the loudspeakers.

Tensions have erupted from time to time with the counter-demonstrators. A man claiming to be an Afghanistan veteran showed up with a megaphone and spoke negatively about Trump and COVID. The crowd rushed towards him and a man accused him of stealing bravery. The Capitol police had to intervene to prevent the violence.

Counter-demonstrators have made their presence known.

Pedro Ugarte / Getty

Organizers of the “Justice for J6” rally believe those still being held at DC prison for their alleged role in the attacks – which unsuccessfully sought to prevent Joe Biden from becoming president despite a clear election victory – are languishing in conditions. unconstitutional and held as political prisoners.

They also somehow wonder if the FBI played a role in the attack, even though they downplay the unprecedented attack on the rule of law that day.

“We have nearly a hundred people who were nonviolent protesters held in solitary confinement,” said Matt Braynard, former Donald Trump campaign staff and lead organizer of the event, in a video making promoting the event. “All of this for going through an open door and then going out, never putting your finger on anyone or causing violence.”

DC Department of Corrections director Quincy Booth told the Daily Beast that all January 6 inmates were treated with “dignity and respect.”

“All residents have access to health services to treat any illness or medical emergency suffered while in detention,” Booth said in an email. “Residents benefit from out-of-cell time, recreation and visits as permitted by COVID-19 health restrictions that may be in place or the conditions of their confinement. DOC also provides residents with access and the opportunity to meet with their lawyers or legal representatives.

The crowd at the rally in support of the imprisoned MAGA rioters was not huge.

Andrew Caballero-Reynolds / Getty

After apparently expressing either indifference or a desire to distance himself from a possible aftermath of the deadly insurgency on his behalf, Trump himself issued a statement on Thursday with words of support for the detainees.

“Our hearts and minds are with those so unfairly persecuted in connection with the January 6 protest over the rigged presidential election,” Trump said. “It has conclusively proven that we are a two tier justice system. Ultimately, however, JUSTICE WILL PREVAIL. ”

The Jan. 6 attack began after those who participated in a Trump “Stop the Steal” conspiracy rally near the White House, falsely alleging electoral fraud last fallmarched to the United States Capitol as Congress voted to certify the results of the 2020 election. At the rally, President Trump said the election was “stolen” and told supporters that s ‘they were not “fighting like a devil”, they “(would) have no more countries”.

After rally fans reach the Capitol, under-equipped and overwhelmed US Capitol Police officers protecting the building were shot in the head, pushed down the stairs and stabbed. The Capitol Police were eventually backed up by the National Guard and a few hours later the building was secured.

Soon after, a large fence was erected around the Capitol building. Five people died in the attack and several officers committed suicide in the months that followed.

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The scene of the Justice for J6 rally in Washington, DC on September 18, 2021 where protesters and counter-protesters gathered to clash over the plight of the pro-Trump rioters who ransacked the U.S. Capitol on January 6, 2021 .

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Tensions have been high on Capitol Hill since the Jan.6 collapse, and several bizarre incidents have sparked a lingering atmosphere of anxiety in Washington.

In April, a man rammed his car into a Capitol Hill police officer, killing him in an attack that appears to have no ideological connection to January 6. But last month a man from North Carolina A MAGA fan parked his truck in front of the Library of Congress and demanded airstrikes against the Taliban, claiming to have a bomb. (The man eventually surrendered to the police and no one was hurt.)

Just days before the Justice for J6 rally, Capitol policemen arrested a man with a machete and a truck painted with Nazi symbols who purported to be “patrolling” South Capitol Street.

Although the fence around the Capitol was taken down in July, it was rebuilt ahead of Saturday’s show. And according to to Charles Allen, a local politician with the District of Columbia Council who represents an area including Capitol Hill, residents were nervous as the rally approached.

“We saw not only an attack on our democracy, but an attack on our neighborhood and our community on January 6,” Allen told The Daily Beast. “Groups who want to whitewash what happened that day, to try to make it appear that somehow the people who tried to cancel the elections in our country and tried to trampling on our community… (are) a peaceful group… It goes against what we have seen and experienced.

Adding to the uproar, according to the National Park Service, the Braynard Look Ahead America group did not have a permit for a rally on the National Mall, although it was not clear whether the rally would sink deep into that property.

Geraldine Lovell from Maryland weeps under a tree during the “Justice for J6” rally.

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In the weeks leading up to Justice for J6, the Department of Homeland Security issued an advisory bulletin warning against “calls for violence on multiple online platforms associated with … conspiracy theories of perceived voter fraud and reinstatement presumed … “

That said, a senior FBI official said last week that the agency was not aware of any specific violent conspiracies related to the rally.

And despite fears of violence during the protests, several far-right groups whose members attended the January 6 protests urged supporters to stay away from Saturday’s protest, often claiming without evidence that it was was a government plan to trap Trump supporters.

The far-right men’s group Proud Boys claimed its members would not attend the rally and threatened to excommunicate any Proud Boys who did. Ron Watkins, a far-right figure accused of being behind the QAnon conspiracy theory, urged his audience to “do themselves a favor” and avoid Washington during the rally.

Saturday’s rally also lacked support from much of the pro-Trump media, as well as Trump’s most vocal supporters in Congress. While Trump at least endorsed the idea of ​​demonstrating outside Congress on January 6, even mistakenly claiming that he would meet protesters outside Capitol Hill, nearly every right-wing figure has denounced the Braynard event or ignored it.

While Braynard has claimed members of Congress will speak at the rally, no lawmaker has publicly committed to appear in advance. (Congressional candidates Mike Collins and Joe Kent took the stage to speak.)

Casey Crawford, 28, came from Idaho and compared the MAGA rallies to the anti-brutality protests last summer.

“Would people have stopped rioting if George Floyd’s death had not been mended? Crawford said. “They would never have stopped revolting. So why should we stop coming together whenever justice is not served? That’s America’s best interests.

Steve Rusciano, 58, of Georgetown, Delaware, said the continued imprisonment of the defendants on Jan.6 had not prompted him to attend.

“I’m more here to support the United States,” Rusciano said. “I don’t like what’s going on in this country. Like, God forbid you take the pledge of allegiance or have a flag. It’s terrible. “

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Wilson Talent gives culinary students a real-world experience https://tecno-ciencia.com/wilson-talent-gives-culinary-students-a-real-world-experience/ https://tecno-ciencia.com/wilson-talent-gives-culinary-students-a-real-world-experience/#respond Sat, 18 Sep 2021 02:26:00 +0000 https://tecno-ciencia.com/wilson-talent-gives-culinary-students-a-real-world-experience/ MASON, Michigan (WILX) – When you think of most high school classrooms, rows of desks, a chalkboard, and books spring to mind. For some students at the Wilson Talent Center, their classroom is a food truck. Maya Marsh doesn’t start her day like a typical college student does. Marsh said, “It’s wonderful, working in a […]]]>

MASON, Michigan (WILX) – When you think of most high school classrooms, rows of desks, a chalkboard, and books spring to mind. For some students at the Wilson Talent Center, their classroom is a food truck.

Maya Marsh doesn’t start her day like a typical college student does.

Marsh said, “It’s wonderful, working in a food truck is like working in a food truck as a job. She starts her school day by working and learning on a food truck.

“It gives me, it gives me tons of life experience and if this happens to be a career I’m doing, working in a food truck, I’m going to have that experience already,” she said.

At the Wilson Talent Center, students like Maya learn their skilled trades almost entirely through hands-on work. The centre’s Culinary Arts and Hospitality program teaches students about their craft in the best way they believe possible; With real life experience.

Baylee Pfiester is a Culinary Arts and Hospitality Instructor at the Wilson Talent Center.

“We want to give them a realistic experience,” Pfiester said. “So they do everything from research and recipe development to customer service. They take care of the food production, the money management and just try to give them as real a business experience as possible.

“With the Talent Center, I’m gaining tons of hands-on experience and I’m going to be able to put it on my resume,” Marsh said. “This is going to give me a lot of skills that I would already need in the restaurant industry, so it will give me a head start on anyone else if I were to apply for a job in a restaurant. or something like that. “

And to get a head start, students have the option of earning high school credits, college credits, and state and national certifications during their education. The program also encourages positive team-building, problem-solving skills, and general professionalism.

As the only high school program in Michigan to operate a food truck, the Wilson Center claims to offer students something they can’t get anywhere else.

“It’s definitely an invaluable experience as they get certifications that adults pay to receive,” Pfiester said. “They are going directly into the industry to get their hands on real work experiences, it’s a bit of a mismanagement.”

Some food for thought; The employment of chefs and chefs is expected to increase by 25% by 2030.

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“He is an expert in the field” https://tecno-ciencia.com/he-is-an-expert-in-the-field/ https://tecno-ciencia.com/he-is-an-expert-in-the-field/#respond Fri, 17 Sep 2021 12:32:01 +0000 https://tecno-ciencia.com/he-is-an-expert-in-the-field/ Dennis Rodman did more than just take a bunch of rebounds. The Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Famer had a way to get under their opponents’ skin, knocking them out of their game. Rodman, who won five NBA titles with the Detroit Pistons and Chicago Bulls was an antagonist during his days with the Bad […]]]>

Dennis Rodman did more than just take a bunch of rebounds. The Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Famer had a way to get under their opponents’ skin, knocking them out of their game. Rodman, who won five NBA titles with the Detroit Pistons and Chicago Bulls was an antagonist during his days with the Bad Boys and the Bulls.

Rodman tested the patience of his opponents and also tested the NBA’s no-punch rule, prompting a restless George Karl to detonate “The Worm” during Karl’s practice days.

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