But today is the end of this particular road, and so I thought I’d use this last moment to offer readers one final chance to explain just why the positions I’ve taken are completely boneheaded, why the stories I’ve told fail to represent the truth, and why journalism is going to seed. Today marks the end of the Raw Fisher blog, and at noon, the last regular edition of the Potomac Confidential chat will be live here on the big web site we’ll mix it up on the issues of the day and on your views about the column, the blog, The Post and the future of the news media.In my farewell column on Sunday, I wrote about the strengths and structural problems both the new media and the traditional print media have faced as I’ve experienced the great transition during my decade of writing the column:There was something empowering about the new media, the digital technology that let readers speak out in the same format, the same time frame and the same space as the news that had hitherto been delivered from on high.I loved the new battleground of ideas even as I lamented how opinion the laziest form of journalism was elbowing out the rigorous work of reporting. In this new world, it was so cheap to mouth off that the difficult and sometimes less exciting work of ferreting out facts became too easy to discard or trim back.

Some of the dead are children, under the age of 18, starved to death. He goes by the name Caesar to protect his identity. He also didn’t want his voice to be recorded. But what the intent of the policy? I think you make a good point, Jessica. Is it nudity, period? Can I post a pic of my bare bummed baby? I have a pic on Facebook of my husband, sans shirt, canoeing with our daughter. Of course nobody asked me to take it down..

You have to pay to get in the castle but it is worth the money. If the weather is good, get some chips from the local chip shop and then head to the harbour front to sit eat your chips and enjoy the atmosphere. Always good on a Sunday afternoon.. Historic England, which advises the government on whether to award buildings listed status, describes such actions as “very rare”, but it’s not just pubs that have been affected. A Grade II listed cottage in Putney, south west London, was unlawfully demolished in 2007, despite a developer being refused permission five years earlier. He was fined 8,000 and ordered to rebuild the house, designed by the architect Erno Goldfinger.

He shoveled the wet material over a filter and into a bucket. His two young daughters tossed the large stones that stuck on top back into the cold water. Then his wife helped his daughters pour the sand size grains gradually into a three foot long sluice box that was anchored in about an inch of water.