7th Yes Walz, Timothy J. D Minn. 1st Yes Wasserman Schultz, Debbie D Fla. For the full year, the Cambridge, Mass. Based firm said profit fell 48.3% to $25.7 million from $49.7 million in 1983. Revenue rose slightly in 1984, to $1.27 billion from $1.25 billion in 1983, the company said.
Everything is moving swiftly in the reinstatement process of Chris Andersen, who was kicked out of the league for two years for drug use. “The background checks are in full swing,” Stern said. “We are working as fast as we can to conduct the speediest investigation we can.” Both the NBA and the Players Association have to sign off on Andersen’s reinstatement.
Oil industry targets five states for pro Keystone ads Washington Times: “The American Petroleum Institute has launched a five state media blitz aimed at boosting support for the Keystone XL pipeline in advance of a possible Senate vote. Television, radio and online ads began running last weekend targeting seven Democratic senators in five states: Colorado, Delaware, Minnesota, New Mexico and South Dakota. The ads tout a Harris Poll showing 78 percent support for the pipeline along with the backing of labor, business and Republican and Democratic political leaders.
Mr. COOK: (Singing) When I woke up, I could see the daylight had already passed me. It was such a fight to fade away asleep. Outfielders Victor Robles and Brian Goodwin, both of whom were not guarantees to make the rosters, will be on it, according to a person with knowledge of the situation. Pedro Severino didn’t make the roster, leaving Matt Wieters and Jose Lobaton as the club’s two catchers, but Severino will remain with the team for the series. Alejandro De Aza, Raudy Read, andRafael Bautista were sent to the Nationals’ facility in West Palm Beach, Fla.
It is amazing to see how one city realizes the best way to move forward and rebuild is to rely on the efforts of the citizens of the city while another city believes the federal government is responsible for not just the rebuilding but also the natural disaster. This is why Mississippi will be a success story and New Orleans a failure. I was married in New Orleans and love the city; however, they will never succeed in their rebirth with their current mentality.
But currently the approach is along the lines of fly below 500 feet away from popular areas with line of site operator control. No idea what the approach here will be. But hopefully it would be over roadways only and during certain hours of the day no way I want 5guys flying past my bedroom window at 11pm..