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  1. Thanksgiving Day

    HAPPY THANKSGIVING EVERYONE !!!!!. Getting ready for that long drive from Hazen area to Brockway for dinner at my daughter's.
  2. Mom puts recorder in child’s backpack to catch bullying, now faces felony charge WAVY Staff Reports Published: November 22, 2017, 9:30 am Updated: November 22, 2017, 7:37 pm (WAVY Photo) NORFOLK, Va. (WAVY) – The mother of a Norfolk student turned to television station WAVY after she was charged by police. “I tried to be fair, but it’s not fair,” Sarah Sims said. “There is nothing fair about this.” In late September, Sims said she had enough. She said her 9-year-old daughter was getting bullied at Ocean View Elementary. She said repeated calls and emails to the school went unreturned. “The thing that bothers me the most is that I am yet to get a response from anyone in the administration,” Sims added. Sims says she took actions into her own hands. She wanted to prove that nothing was being done to help her fourth-grade daughter. She put a digital recorder into her daughter’s backpack in hopes of catching audio from inside the classroom. “If I’m not getting an answer from you, what am I left to do?” she asked. The recorder was found. The 9-year-old was moved to a new classroom and, about a month later, police charged Sims. “I was mortified,” Sims said. “The next thing I know I’m a felon. Felony charges and a misdemeanor when I’m trying to look out for my kid. What do you do?” WAVY contacted Norfolk Schools and was told because it is a pending investigation no one could comment on what happened. WAVY was told that no electronic devices are allowed in elementary schools. “They aren’t making this about that classroom,” Sims’ attorney Kristin Paulding said. “There are charges that carry jail time.” Sims was charged with felony use of device to intercept oral communication and misdemeanor contributing to the delinquency of a minor. The felony charge could carry five years in prison. “Instead of comforting her she’s going to a magistrate and being handcuffed,” Paulding added. Paulding calls the two charges a stretch. She said she believes neither should hold up in court. “We are at the very early stages of this, but, even at the early stages, I think the community needs to know that this is happenin because any parent out there that is sending their child to school now could be at risk for something that happened to Sarah,” Paulding said. Sims is scheduled to have a preliminary hearing Jan. 18. SEE VIDEO REPORT, FACEBOOK POST ; http://wishtv.com/2017/11/22/mom-puts-recorder-in-childs-backpack-to-catch-bullying-now-faces-felony-charge/
  3. CBS News November 23, 2017, 6:42 AM Teacher arrested after students catch her doing drugs in classroom, police say A teacher at Lake Central High School in St. John, Indiana faces drug-related charges after allegedly being caught by students using drugs in her classroom, CBS Chicago reports. The student witnesses contacted school administrators, who called St. John police, who, in turn, requested assistance from Dyer police for their drug-sniffing dog. Arrested was 24-year-old Samantha Cox, who was led from the school at about 1 p.m. Wednesday. She faces felony drug possession and misdemeanor paraphernalia charges and is being held in the Lake County Jail. Student John Rogers says he rcorded cellvideo of Cox, his English teacher, snorting what police say may have been a mixture of cocaine and heroin. "She tried to hide herself," Rogers tells CBS Chicago. "She wasn't at her desk where we could see her. She was all the way in the corner where she thought we can't see her." Another student, Michael Sanchez, says: "It is like a serious thing. A lot of people can get addicted to a lot of things, and something like this is, it's very heart-breaking." In a statement, St. John Chief James Kveton said the students showed "a tremendous amount of fortitude and integrity" by going directly to the principal. In a robocall to parents, Lake Central Superintendent Larry Veracco said police and school staff took "swift and forceful action." He said safety "remains the top priority of our school staff." Video posted to social media allegedly shows a woman using cocaine in a corner of an empty classroom. It could not immediately be authenticated. SEE VIDEO ; https://www.cbsnews.com/news/lake-central-high-school-teacher-samantha-cox-arrested-alleged-drug-use-classroom/
  4. Former St. Jude's patient grows up to give back to, and get engaged at, the hospital that saved her a day ago Eun Kyung Kim TODAY With a wedding to plan, 19-year-old college freshman Kadie Bumpus has a lot on her plate these days. And that’s just fine with her, considering doctors once thought she wouldn’t make it to her fifth birthday. Kadie was only four when she began experiencing severe eye pain caused by a massive brain tumor. “It was the size of a grapefruit, and it was pushing on her eye,” said her mom, Jill Dixon. How St. Jude's helped 4-year-old girl survive a dangerous brain tumor Play Video - 5:32 Diagnosed with stage 4 anaplastic ependymoma, a rare form of cancer, Kadie quickly underwent surgery to remove the tumor, but her outlook remained grim. “They told us after the surgery she would not be able to talk. She wouldn't be able to walk,” her mother recalled as part of TODAY’s annual “Thanks and Giving” series that highlights the lifesaving work at St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. “They were all in the room telling us she probably won't live to see her fifth birthday.” The news left Dixon devastated until a close friend searched online and found a doctor at St. Jude who specialized in the type of tumor Kadie had. TODAY Kadie Bumpus and her friends with a check representing the donations they raised for St. Jude. The group also help collect toys every year for the hospital's patients. Within days, the Kentucky family found themselves in Memphis, Tennessee, to enroll Kadie in a research trial at St. Jude. She began receiving conformal radiation, a therapy that targeted her tumor while avoiding the healthy surrounding tissue. The hospital was one of the first to pioneer the technique. Kadie received one treatment a day for about six and a half weeks. She then returned to St. Jude several times a year for follow-up visits. Before long, she started to return to the activities she loved — including horseback riding, shopping, and hanging out with her friends. These days, those friends often help Kadie give back to St. Jude by collecting toys and raising donations for the hospital’s young patients. “They ended up raising almost $10,000 for St. Jude and a big, white trailer full of brand new toys for the St. Jude kids,” her mother said. TODAY Kadie's family held up cards while her boyfriend kneeled down for his proposal last moth outside of St. Jude. St. Jude also played a huge role in a recent milestone for Kadie last month, when her boyfriend took her for a carriage ride around Memphis, Tennessee. The trip concluded on the grounds of St. Jude, where, with some help from her family, Kadie's boyfriend proposed to her on bended knee. TODAY Bumpus was surprised with a proposal at St. Jude, where she received life-saving treatment as a child. “She's very special, very grateful of everything,” said her fiancé John David. “I think that St. Jude probably had a big help in making her who she is today.” How St. Jude is helping a 2-year-old boy battle a devastating diagnosis Play Video - 5:24 These days Katie’s medical outlook is strong. She is studying to be an ultrasound technician and planning for a wedding next October, something her mother once couldn't imagine she'd live to see. “She’s a tough, tough, tough girl. And she will push through anything,” her mother said. “She's been cancer free for 15 years, and that's the biggest blessing that we could ever ask for.” The TODAY “Thanks and Giving” series helps raise funds to support the life-saving mission of St. Jude Children's Research Hospital to find cures for desperately ill children with cancer and other catastrophic diseases. 3 nurses who survived childhood cancer give back at St. Jude Play Video - 6:43 SEE VIDEOS ; https://www.today.com/news/former-st-jude-patient-gets-engagement-surprise-hospital-saved-her-t119208
  5. HEALTH 7 hours ago Paramedics grant patient's last wish: one final beach day Fox News A palliative care patient in Queensland, Australia, had a final wish: to see the ocean one more time before she died. The two paramedics transporting her to a local hospital obliged, and made a detour to a Hervey Bay beach, looking out toward Fraser Island. One paramedic even filled a vomit bag with water so that the patient, who is in her 70s, could dip her hand into it and feel the ocean one last time, the Courier Mail reported. The woman told paramedics she had moved to Hervey Bay long ago with her husband on a whim, and had lived there ever since. She told the paramedics that she was “at peace, everything is right,” according to the Courier Mail. A photo of the scene was shared more than 11,000 times on Facebook. “Above and beyond, the crew took a small diversion to the awesome beach at Hervey Bay to give the patient this opportunity – tears were shed and the patient felt very happy,” the post continued. "Sometimes it is not the drugs/training/skills – sometimes all you need is empathy to make a difference!" the Queensland Ambulance Service wrote on Facebook Wednesday. SEE TWEET;http://www.foxnews.com/health/2017/11/23/paramedics-grant-patients-last-wish-one-final-beach-day.html
  6. Thanksgiving Pie Survey Breaks Down America’s Favorites November 23, 2017 12:21 am· OAK BROOK, Illinois – When it comes to their Thanksgiving pies, Americans are staunch traditionalists, according to the annual Delta Dental Thanksgiving pie survey out this week. The survey has been tracking this key facet of America’s sweet tooth for the last three years. The number one spot should be no surprise. Pumpkin pie reigns supreme once again, with 36 percent of American adults saying it’s their favorite (beating out the next pie in line by more than double). The Delta Dental survey takes a closer look at the top spot. The Thanksgiving go-to pie finds heaviest favoritism among Baby Boomers (41 percent) and, while it’s still tops with the group, finds the lowest support among Gen-Xers (28 percent). Regionally, pumpkin pie sees the most popularity in the West (44 percent) and the least in the South (31 percent). Its preference percentage rating has varied only slightly since Delta Dental began tracking Thanksgiving pie favorability (2016: 36 percent and 2015: 37 percent). Nonparents (37 percent) report liking the pie a full five percentage points higher than parents (32 percent). “Whatever favorite pie, or pies, you indulge in this Thanksgiving, remember to take the time to brush and floss away the sugary remnants. A healthy smile is something to be thankful for too,” said Bill Kohn, DDS, Delta Dental Plans Association’s vice president of dental science and policy. Other interesting survey findings: – Pecan pie (17 percent), which again garnered the number two spot, finds waning support from just one group, Millennials (10 percent). – The widest favoritism gap between the sexes belongs to apple pie, which snagged the number three spot, with 17 percent of men saying it’s their top Thanksgiving pie compared to 11 percent of women. – Consistently scraping the bottom of the barrel with all age groups, regions and sexes, is strawberry pie. http://www.explorejeffersonpa.com/thanksgiving-pie-survey-breaks-down-americas-favorites/
  7. Oranges

    I have bought naval oranges from California, they are fairly juicy but not to sweet Eating rest of section seems like chewing on pulp. Also had bag of naval oranges from Florida was fairly juice but after juice is gone it is also like chewing on dry pulp. Wonder if weather conditions on both coasts affected the crops this past year. Anyone else think the same.
  8. CBS/AP November 22, 2017, 8:58 PM Baltimore detective killed day before giving testimony, police commissioner says Last Updated Nov 22, 2017 9:27 PM EST BALTIMORE -- A Baltimore detective killed by a gunman last week was slain a day before he was set to testify in a corruption probe into activities of indicted officers, the city's police commissioner confirmed Wednesday. CBS Baltimore reports that the Baltimore Police Department held a press conference Wednesday evening to update the public on their investigation into Detective Sean Suiter's murder. Baltimore Police Department Commissioner Kevin Davis said Suiter was set to give testimony in a federal grand jury case as part of an incident that took place years ago, CBS Baltimore reports. This involved Baltimore police officers who were federally indicted earlier this year. The police commissioner's latest revelation willdo little to quell speculation. Davis emphasized that Suiter was not the target of any criminal investigation. The Baltimore police and the FBI do not have any evidence to suggest that Suiter's slaying is "part of any conspiracy," according to Davis. But he added "there's nothing we won't consider" and said he understands why there is speculation. "It certainly makes for great theater," Davis said. Suiter wasn't "anything other than a stellar detective, great friend, loving husband, and dedicated father," Davis said. He was a father of five and an Army veteran. The federal grand jury is investigating a group of Baltimore officers who worked together on a firearms crime task force and have been charged with stealing money, property and narcotics from people over two years. An indictment has described the members of the Gun Trace Task Force, a small unit dedicated to getting illegal guns off Baltimore's streets, as using their position to allegedly threaten the innocent, detain people on false pretenses and steal their money. They are also accused of faking police reports, lying to investigators and defrauding their department. Davis emphasized that the evidence collected in Suiter's unsolved killing points to a "spontaneous encounter" the homicide detective had with a suspicious man he observed while working in a high-crime neighborhood with his partner. Evidence indicates a violent struggle, Davis said, including a roughly three-second-long radio transmission in which what seem to be gunshots are heard and Suiter appears to be in distress. CBS News correspondent Kris Van Cleave reports that video has surfaced of Suiter's partner, who was away from Suiter taking cover at the sound of gun fire and immediately calling for help. According to Suiter's partner, both officers observed an African American male in a black coat with a white stripe acting suspiciously about 20 minutes before the shooting, Suiter saw him again moments before he was killed. To date that's the best description the partner has been able to provide. Investigators have recovered the detective's gun from the gritty lot where he was shot and have determined that the 18-year veteran of the department was shot with his own weapon. Ballistic tests show that recovered shell casings were matched to the recovered firearm. An autopsy conducted four days after the attack showed that the gunshot was fired in "close contact" to Suiter's head, Davis said. Davis knocked down speculation that Suiter's partner might have somehow been involved. "The fact that we have not yet made an arrest creates an environment for rumors to flourish," he said, adding that "many people" have been interviewed and interrogated. A reward of $215,000 is being offered for information leading to the arrest of the person who killed Suiter. CBS Baltimore reports that a GoFundMe campaign for Suiter's family has raised more than $44,000, and Suiter's funeral will happen next week. SEE VIDEOS ; https://www.cbsnews.com/news/baltimore-detective-sean-suiter-corruption-probe-shot-with-own-gun/
  9. Vaccines 16 hours ago Health company fires 69 employees over refusal to get flu shots, report says Fox News Some of the nurses claim they filed for exemptions based on religious or medical grounds, but Essentia Health, which counts 15 hospitals and 75 clinics in Minnesota, Idaho, Wisconsin and North Dakota, had previously said it would allow for “very limited medical and religious exemptions,” among its 13,900 employees. (iStock) A Minnesota-based health care company reportedly fired 69 employees who failed to comply with its flu shot mandate by the Nov. 10 deadline. In response to the firings, the Minnesota Nurses Association announced plans to file grievances against Essentia Health on behalf of the terminated employees to regain employment status or recover lost pay, Fox 9 reported. Some of the nurses claim they filed for exemptions based on religious or medical grounds, but Essentia Health, which counts 15 hospitals and 75 clinics in Minnesota, Idaho, Wisconsin and North Dakota, had previously said it would allow for “very limited medical and religious exemptions,” among its 13,900 employees. The nurses also claim they had proposed an alternative program that rewards employees for receiving the vaccine rather than punishing those who didn’t, as well as designated sick time for those who suffer adverse reactions from the shot. “Essentia Health showed nurses they did not intend to bargain with us in good faith,” Steve Strand, co-chair of the MNA bargaining unit, told Fox 9 in a statement. “We tried to sit down with management, but Essentia executives told us they intend to follow through with terminations and mandatory flu shots regardless.” Dr. Rajesh Prabhu, an infectious disease specialist and Essentia’s chief patient safety officer, told The Star Tribune that while the vaccine is not 100 percent effective, there is a greater need to vaccinate hospital workers who interact with severely ill patients. HOW COMMON ARE FLU SHOT SIDE EFFECTS? “We are working in a different environment,” Prabhu told the news outlet. “We’re taking care of patients. We have a different sort of ethical obligation.” The Minnesota Department of Health does not have a policy for health care providers regarding the flu shots, but does promote the vaccine for anyone who is at high-risk for influenza or who is around other high-risk individuals. http://www.foxnews.com/health/2017/11/22/health-company-fires-69-employees-over-refusal-to-get-flu-shots-report-says.html
  10. Centre County attorney has law license suspended by Matthew Stevens Wednesday, November 22nd 2017 A Centre County attorney had his law license suspended for one year and one day Tuesday by the Pennsylvania Disciplinary Board. (MGN) HARRISBURG - A Centre County attorney had his law license suspended for one year and one day Tuesday by the Pennsylvania Disciplinary Board. According to an order, attorney Michael Kovalcin had his license suspended for failing to cooperate with his prior firm partner, neglect of two client matters and an inability to account for client funds in excess of $10,000. According to the order, Kovalcin took on two cases and failed to file motions in a timely mannered. In one of the cases, the order contends that Kovalcin made misleading statements to his client, including not informing them of a hearing date. The order said that Kovalcin's clients terminated him and received $215,000 from his malpractice carrier. According to the order, Kovalcin signed off on the disciplinary actions against him Sept. 25 http://wjactv.com/news/local/centre-county-attorney-has-law-license-suspended
  11. Brookville Police Force Front and Center at Council Meeting November 22, 2017 12:45 am· BROOKVILLE, Pa. (EYT) — The Brookville Borough Police Department was front and center at Tuesday’s council meeting. Police Chief Jason Brown recognized Officer Andrew Turnbull for his work with the state Attorney General’s Task Force in helping arrest 30 drug dealers as part of “Operation Snail Mail.” “In addition to his responsibilities with the borough police force, Officer Turnbull worked for 18 months with members of the Attorney General’s office and Pa. State Police to help bring 30 drug dealers to justice,” Brown said. Members of council lauded Turnbull for his work. Turnbull served his country in the U.S. Army for six years while serving tours of duty in Iraq and Afghanistan before joining the Brookville Police Department in November 2013. “It was one of the greatest opportunities and experiences I’ve had,” Turnbull said. “Working with Jared Thomas of Troop C and Jason Hammerman of the AG’s office was a great learning experience.” “To know we weren’t just taking ounces of drugs off the street, but pounds of it, was very gratifying,” Turnbull said. Operation Snail Mail targeted drug dealers who were bringing in crystal methamphetamine to the region. Council also welcomed a new officer to the Police Department – Brittaney Gray, of DuBois. Gray is a 2012 DuBois Area High School graduate and studied criminology at the Community College of Allegheny County. She has served as a police officer in Sykesville Borough and was working with Turnbull recently when they arrested one of the “Snail Mail” defendants, Matthew Watson. Council’s Personnel Committee voted to approve hiring a new administrative assistant for the police department. The position is full-time at $12.50 per hour. Chief Brown also reported that two of his officers, Bo Gallagher and Justin Miller, are volunteering their time to help out the New Kensington Police Department, who lost one of its own last week when rookie officer Brian Shaw was shot and killed by a man suspected of being involved in a drug deal. Both will work the 3 to 11 p.m. shift on Saturday. http://www.explorejeffersonpa.com/brookville-police-force-front-and-center-at-council-meeting/#more-198751
  12. Just heard Julio's Bar is closing!

    Customers say goodbye to longtime DuBois business by Bridget McClure Wednesday, November 22nd 2017 Customers in Clearfield County gathered for one last drink Wednesday to say goodbye to a local restaurant and bar. (WJAC) DUBOIS - Customers in Clearfield County gathered for one last drink Wednesday to say goodbye to a local restaurant and bar. Julio's Tavern on South Jared Street in DuBois closed its kitchen Saturday and closed its bar Wednesday. Owner Frank Valdes said he and his family have owned the business for about 20 years. But due to recent health issues, he said they decided to sell the business. "We've had a good time here, we've had fun and the community has been good to us," Valdes said. 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They seem to need forced hardware acceleration to let rounded borders properly clip hardware-accelerated children. */ transform: translateZ(0); -webkit-backface-visibility: hidden; backface-visibility: hidden;}div.mixpo_view_controller .mixpo_skin .mixpo_top_bar { width: 100%; height: 24px; top: 0; left: 0; background-color: rgba( 35, 31, 32, 0.63 );}div.mixpo_view_controller .mixpo_skin .mixpo_bottom_bar { width: 100%; transform-origin: bottom left; left: 0; bottom: 0; top: auto !important; box-sizing: border-box; /* block clickthroughs on the bottom bar */ pointer-events: auto; padding-top: 0 !important;}div.mixpo_view_controller .mixpo_skin.monochrome .mixpo_bottom_bar { height: 30px; background-color: rgba( 35, 31, 32, 0.63 );}div.mixpo_view_controller .mixpo_skin.monochrome .mixpo_bottom_bar.left { padding-left: 5px !important;}div.mixpo_view_controller .mixpo_skin.monochrome .mixpo_bottom_bar.right { padding-right: 5px !important;}div.mixpo_view_controller .mixpo_skin.modern .mixpo_bottom_bar { height: 40px;}div.mixpo_view_controller .mixpo_skin .mixpo_bottom_bar > div:not(.mixpo_scrubber) { position: relative !important; display: inline-block !important;}div.mixpo_view_controller .mixpo_skin .mixpo_bottom_bar > .left { float: left !important;}/* Scrubber */div.mixpo_view_controller .mixpo_skin.monochrome .mixpo_scrubber { height: 30px; top: 0;}div.mixpo_view_controller .mixpo_skin.modern .mixpo_scrubber { height: 40px; top: 0; background-color: rgba(0,0,0,0.2);}div.mixpo_view_controller .mixpo_skin.monochrome .mixpo_scrubber_inset { height: 30px; top: 0; left: 5px; right: 5px;}div.mixpo_view_controller .mixpo_skin.modern .mixpo_scrubber_inset { height: 40px; top: 0; left: 12px; right: 12px;}div.mixpo_view_controller .mixpo_skin.monochrome .mixpo_scrubber_bg { width: 100%; height: 3px; top: 14px; background-color: #808285}div.mixpo_view_controller .mixpo_skin.modern .mixpo_scrubber_bg { width: 100%; height: 3px; top: 18px; background-color: rgba(35, 31, 32, 0.5)}div.mixpo_view_controller .mixpo_skin.monochrome .mixpo_scrubber_buffer { width: 0; left: 0; height: 3px; top: 14px;}div.mixpo_view_controller .mixpo_skin.modern .mixpo_scrubber_progress { width: 0; left: 0; height: 3px; top: 18px;}div.mixpo_view_controller .mixpo_skin.monochrome .mixpo_handle_container { height: 30px; top: 0; left: 7px; right: 7px;}div.mixpo_view_controller .mixpo_skin.modern .mixpo_handle_container { height: 40px; top: 0; left: 0; right: 0;}div.mixpo_view_controller .mixpo_skin.monochrome .mixpo_handle_container > svg { width: 14px; height: 7px; top: 12px; margin: 0 0 0 -7px !important; left: 0;}div.mixpo_view_controller .mixpo_skin.modern .mixpo_handle_container > div { transform-origin: center center; transform: translateY(-0.5px) scale(1); width: 14px; height: 14px; top: 13px; background-color: #fff; border-radius: 7px; margin: 0 0 0 -7px !important; left: 0;}div.mixpo_view_controller .mixpo_touch_interceptor { top: 0; pointer-events: all; cursor: default; -webkit-user-drag: none;}div.mixpo_view_controller .mixpo_skin.monochrome .mixpo_touch_interceptor { left: 0; width: 100%; height: 30px;}div.mixpo_view_controller .mixpo_skin.modern .mixpo_touch_interceptor { left: 0; width: 100%; height: 40px;}/* MINIPROGRESS! */div.mixpo_view_controller .mixpo_skin .miniprogress { position: absolute; !important; display: block !important; width: 100%; height: 3px; transform-origin: bottom left; left: 0; bottom: 0; top: auto !important; background-color: #231f20; pointer-events: none;}div.mixpo_view_controller .mixpo_skin .miniprogress > div { position: absolute !important; display: block !important; left: 0; bottom: 0; top: auto !important; width: 0; height: 100%;}/* Bottom Bar *//* 5px between the left of the bar and the leftmost button */div.mixpo_view_controller .mixpo_skin.monochrome .mixpo_bottom_bar > div { margin: 0 !important;}div.mixpo_view_controller .mixpo_bottom_bar > .right { float: right !important;}div.mixpo_view_controller .mixpo_skin.modern .soft-rect,div.mixpo_view_controller .mixpo_skin.modern .square,div.mixpo_view_controller .mixpo_skin.modern .circle,div.mixpo_view_controller .mixpo_skin.modern .big-circle { background-color: rgba(0, 0, 0, 0.2);}div.mixpo_view_controller .mixpo_skin.modern .square { width: 40px; height: 40px; margin: 0 !important;}div.mixpo_view_controller .mixpo_skin.modern .soft-rect,div.mixpo_view_controller .mixpo_skin.modern .soft-rect > svg { width: 150px; height: 30px;}div.mixpo_view_controller .mixpo_skin.modern .soft-rect { border-radius: 2px;}div.mixpo_view_controller .mixpo_skin.modern .canvas .soft-rect { margin-left: -75px; margin-top: -15px;}div.mixpo_view_controller .mixpo_skin.modern .circle { width: 40px; height: 40px; border-radius: 20px;}div.mixpo_view_controller .mixpo_skin.modern .big-circle,div.mixpo_view_controller .mixpo_skin.modern .big-circle > svg { width: 60px; height: 60px;}div.mixpo_view_controller .mixpo_skin.modern .big-circle { border-radius: 30px;}div.mixpo_view_controller .mixpo_skin.modern .canvas .big-circle { margin-left: -30px; margin-top: -30px;}div.mixpo_view_controller .mixpo_skin .mixpo_bottom_bar > div.left > svg,div.mixpo_view_controller .mixpo_skin .mixpo_bottom_bar > div.right > svg,div.mixpo_view_controller .mixpo_skin .mixpo_bottom_bar > div.left > img,div.mixpo_view_controller .mixpo_skin .mixpo_bottom_bar > div.right > img { position: absolute !important; pointer-events: none;}div.mixpo_view_controller .mixpo_skin.modern .square > svg,div.mixpo_view_controller .mixpo_skin.modern .circle > svg { width: 100%; height: 100%; top: 0; left: 0;}div.mixpo_view_controller .mixpo_skin.monochrome .mixpo_bottom_bar div.mixpo_play { width: 23px; height: 30px;}div.mixpo_view_controller .mixpo_skin.monochrome .mixpo_bottom_bar div.mixpo_play > svg { left: 5px; top: 8px; width: 13px; height: 14px; fill: white; stroke: white;}div.mixpo_view_controller .mixpo_skin.monochrome .mixpo_bottom_bar div.mixpo_mute { width: 24px; height: 30px;}div.mixpo_view_controller .mixpo_skin.monochrome .mixpo_bottom_bar div.mixpo_mute > svg { left: 5px; top: 8px; width: 14px; height: 14px; fill: white;}div.mixpo_view_controller .mixpo_skin.monochrome .mixpo_bottom_bar div.mixpo_facebook { width: 18px; height: 30px;}div.mixpo_view_controller .mixpo_skin.monochrome .mixpo_bottom_bar div.mixpo_facebook > svg { width: 8px; height: 15px; top: 7px; left: 5px;}div.mixpo_view_controller .mixpo_skin.monochrome .mixpo_bottom_bar div.mixpo_twitter { width: 26px; height: 30px;}div.mixpo_view_controller .mixpo_skin.monochrome .mixpo_bottom_bar div.mixpo_twitter > svg { width: 16px; height: 16px; top: 7px; left: 5px;}/* Volume slider */div.mixpo_view_controller .mixpo_skin.monochrome .mixpo_bottom_bar .mixpo_volume_slider { position: absolute !important; display: block !important; left: 1px; top: -34px; width: 23px; height: 32px; margin: 0 !important; padding-top: 2px; -webkit-user-select: none; /* SAFARI, CHROME */ -khtml-user-select: none; /* KONQUEROR */ -moz-user-select: none; /* FIREFOX */ -ms-user-select: none; /* IE */ user-select: none; /* CSS3 */}div.mixpo_view_controller .mixpo_skin.monochrome .mixpo_bottom_bar .mixpo_volume_slider .mixpo_bar { position: relative !important; display: block !important; left: 4px; margin: 2px 0 0 0 !important; width: 15px; height: 2px; pointer-events: none;}/* Center buttonInstances */div.mixpo_view_controller .mixpo_video_hotspot { width: 100%; height: 100%; position: absolute !important; top: 0; left: 0;}div.mixpo_view_controller .mixpo_video_stack { width: 100%; height: 100%; top: 0; left: 0; position: absolute !important; display: block !important; z-index: 1;}div.mixpo_view_controller .mixpo_skin .canvas,div.mixpo_view_controller .mixpo_skin .target { visibility: hidden; top: 0; left: 0; width: 100%; height: 100%;}div.mixpo_view_controller .mixpo_skin .canvas > svg,div.mixpo_view_controller .mixpo_skin .canvas > div { transform-origin: center center; left: 50%; top: 50%;}div.mixpo_view_controller .mixpo_skin .canvas.noclick,div.mixpo_view_controller .mixpo_skin .canvas.noclick > svg,div.mixpo_view_controller .mixpo_skin .canvas.noclick > div,div.mixpo_view_controller .mixpo_skin .canvas.noclick > div > svg,/* div > svg is for the CTA modern skin, which has a svg inside a div inside the .canvas */div.mixpo_view_controller .mixpo_skin .canvas.clickable,div.mixpo_view_controller .mixpo_skin .canvas.clickable > div > svg,div.mixpo_view_controller .mixpo_skin .mixpo_close > svg,div.mixpo_view_controller .mixpo_skin .mixpo_close > div,div.mixpo_view_controller .mixpo_skin .mixpo_close > div > svg,div.mixpo_view_controller .mixpo_skin .mixpo_info,div.mixpo_view_controller .mixpo_skin .mixpo_info > div > svg { pointer-events: none;}div.mixpo_view_controller .mixpo_skin .target.clickable,div.mixpo_view_controller .mixpo_skin .canvas.clickable > svg,div.mixpo_view_controller .mixpo_skin .canvas.clickable > div,div.mixpo_view_controller .mixpo_skin .mixpo_close,div.mixpo_view_controller .mixpo_skin .mixpo_info > svg,div.mixpo_view_controller .mixpo_skin .mixpo_info > div { pointer-events: auto; cursor: pointer;}/* Info button *//* Close button *//* TODO: Do we want it always visible, if present? I think so */div.mixpo_view_controller .mixpo_skin .mixpo_close,div.mixpo_view_controller .mixpo_skin .mixpo_close > div,div.mixpo_view_controller .mixpo_skin .mixpo_close > svg,div.mixpo_view_controller .mixpo_skin .mixpo_close > div > svg { transform-origin: top right; /* Visible will override the hidden of the rest of the skin. Deliberate */ visibility: inherit;}div.mixpo_view_controller .mixpo_skin .mixpo_info,div.mixpo_view_controller .mixpo_skin .mixpo_info > div,div.mixpo_view_controller .mixpo_skin .mixpo_info > svg,div.mixpo_view_controller .mixpo_skin .mixpo_info > div > svg { transform-origin: top left;}div.mixpo_view_controller .mixpo_skin.monochrome .mixpo_info { width: 27px; height: 26px;}div.mixpo_view_controller .mixpo_skin.monochrome .mixpo_info > svg { top: 5px; left: 5px; width: 17px; height: 16px;}div.mixpo_view_controller .mixpo_skin.modern .mixpo_close > div > svg,div.mixpo_view_controller .mixpo_skin.modern .mixpo_info > div > svg { width: 40px; height: 40px;}div.mixpo_view_controller .mixpo_skin.monochrome .mixpo_close,div.mixpo_view_controller .mixpo_skin.monochrome .mixpo_close > svg,div.mixpo_view_controller .mixpo_skin.modern .mixpo_close,div.mixpo_view_controller .mixpo_skin.modern .mixpo_close > div > svg { top: 0; right: 0;}div.mixpo_view_controller .mixpo_skin.monochrome .mixpo_info,div.mixpo_view_controller .mixpo_skin.modern .mixpo_info,div.mixpo_view_controller .mixpo_skin.modern .mixpo_info > div > svg { top: 0; left: 0;}div.mixpo_view_controller .mixpo_skin.monochrome .mixpo_close,div.mixpo_view_controller .mixpo_skin.monochrome .mixpo_close > svg { width: 75px; height: 26px;}/* Also uses the .circle class */div.mixpo_view_controller .mixpo_skin.modern .mixpo_close,div.mixpo_view_controller .mixpo_skin.modern .mixpo_info { width: 48px; height: 48px; border-radius: 24px;}div.mixpo_view_controller .mixpo_skin.modern .mixpo_close > div { top: 4px; right: 4px;}div.mixpo_view_controller .mixpo_skin.modern .mixpo_info > div { top: 4px; left: 4px;}/* Center button SVG hitbox sizes */div.mixpo_view_controller .mixpo_skin.monochrome .mixpo_audio_rollover.canvas > svg { width: 178px; height: 30px; margin-left: -89px; margin-top: -15px;}div.mixpo_view_controller .mixpo_skin.monochrome .mixpo_audio_click.canvas > svg { width: 144px; height: 40px; margin-left: -72px; margin-top: -20px;}div.mixpo_view_controller .mixpo_skin.monochrome .mixpo_audio_tap.canvas > svg { width: 130px; height: 40px; margin-left: -65px; margin-top: -20px;}div.mixpo_view_controller .mixpo_skin.monochrome .mixpo_continue.canvas > svg { width: 100px; height: 40px; margin-left: -50px; margin-top: -20px;}div.mixpo_view_controller .mixpo_skin.monochrome .mixpo_cta.canvas > svg { width: 116px; height: 116px; margin: 0;}/* Info Menu *//* -- Small text */div.mixpo_view_controller .mixpo_info_menu_small_text { font-size: 7pt; color: white; font-family: VerdanaX, Verdana, Ariel, sans-serif; font-weight: bold; display: block !important; position: absolute !important; text-align: center; text-rendering: optimizeLegibility; overflow: hidden; pointer-events: none;}div.mixpo_view_controller .mixpo_info_menu_small_text_slider { width: 100%; height: 100%; display: inline-block !important; position: relative !important; top: 0; font-size: 1em; padding: 3px; background-color: rgba( 0, 0, 0, 0.5 ); box-sizing: border-box; pointer-events: auto;}div.mixpo_view_controller .mixpo_info_menu_small_text_row { padding: 0.25em 0; position: relative !important; width: 100%; display: inline-block !important; box-sizing: border-box; pointer-events: none;}div.mixpo_view_controller .mixpo_info_menu_small_text_row > span { display: inline-block !important; position: relative !important; margin: 0 0.2em; pointer-events: auto; cursor: pointer;}div.mixpo_view_controller .mixpo_info_menu_small_text_delimiter { font-weight: normal; pointer-events: none; cursor: default;}/************************************************* * * FORMS * *************************************************//* Social Share Pane */div.mixpo_view_controller .mixpo_social_share_pane { padding: 7px 12px 5px;}div.mixpo_view_controller .mixpo_social_share_pane .middle { width: 100%; left: 0; top: 19px; bottom: 39px; overflow: hidden;}div.mixpo_view_controller .mixpo_social_share_pane .middle svg { width: 52px; height: 52px; cursor: pointer;}div.mixpo_view_controller .mixpo_social_share_pane .middle.vertical svg { position: absolute !important; margin-left: -26px; left: 50%; top: 50%;}div.mixpo_view_controller .mixpo_social_share_pane .middle.vertical svg:first-child { margin-top: -83px;}div.mixpo_view_controller .mixpo_social_share_pane .middle.vertical svg:nth-child( 2 ) { margin-top: -26px;}div.mixpo_view_controller .mixpo_social_share_pane .middle.vertical svg:last-child { margin-top: 31px;}div.mixpo_view_controller .mixpo_social_share_pane .middle.horizontal svg { position: absolute !important; margin-top: -26px; top: 50%;}div.mixpo_view_controller .mixpo_social_share_cancel { right: 15px; bottom: 14px; top: auto !important;}/* Email Share Pane */div.mixpo_view_controller .mixpo_social_email_pane { padding: 7px 13px 0;}div.mixpo_view_controller .mixpo_social_email_send { bottom: 9px; top: auto !important; right: 19px;}div.mixpo_view_controller .mixpo_social_email_cancel { bottom: 9px; top: auto !important; right: 84px;}div.mixpo_view_controller .mixpo_social_email_input { left: 24px; right: 20px;}div.mixpo_view_controller .mixpo_social_email_input_name { top: 37px;}div.mixpo_view_controller .mixpo_social_email_input_from_email { top: 65px;}div.mixpo_view_controller .mixpo_social_email_input_to_email { top: 93px;}div.mixpo_view_controller .mixpo_social_email_input_message { top: 121px; bottom: 40px;}/* Lead Capture Form */div.mixpo_view_controller .mixpo_lead_capture_root { padding: 11px 0 0 14px;}div.mixpo_view_controller .mixpo_lead_capture_input { left: 34px; right: 20px;}div.mixpo_view_controller .mixpo_lead_capture_form_container { position: absolute !important; display: block !important; top: 32px; left: 0; width: 100%; bottom: 10px; overflow-y: auto; overflow-x: hidden;}div.mixpo_view_controller .mixpo_lead_capture_input_container { min-height: 147px; position: relative !important; width: 100%;}div.mixpo_view_controller .mixpo_lead_capture_input_0 { top: 5px;}div.mixpo_view_controller .mixpo_lead_capture_input_1 { top: 33px;}div.mixpo_view_controller .mixpo_lead_capture_input_2 { top: 61px;}div.mixpo_view_controller .mixpo_lead_capture_input_3 { top: 89px;}div.mixpo_view_controller .mixpo_lead_capture_input_4 { top: 117px;}div.mixpo_view_controller .mixpo_lead_capture_input_message { bottom: 0; top: auto !important;}div.mixpo_view_controller .mixpo_lead_capture_privacy_link { color: #0abcf6; font-size: 10px; text-decoration: underline; letter-spacing: -1px; display: block !important; font-family: Verdana, Arial, sans-serif; top: 10px; position: absolute !important; left: 23px;}div.mixpo_view_controller .mixpo_lead_capture_send { right: 20px; bottom: 8px; top: auto !important;}div.mixpo_view_controller .mixpo_lead_capture_cancel { right: 79px; bottom: 8px; top: auto !important;}div.mixpo_view_controller .mixpo_lead_capture_send span, .mixpo_lead_capture_cancel span { font-size: 9px !important; letter-spacing: -0.3px !important; padding: 3px 13px 6px !important;}div.mixpo_view_controller .mixpo_lead_capture_control_bar { display: block !important; position: relative !important; width: 100%; height: 37px;}div.mixpo_view_controller .mixpo_lead_capture_disclaimer { position: relative !important; display: block !important; font-size: 6pt; color: #CC0000; font-family: VerdanaX, Verdana, Arial, sans-serif; margin: 0 19px 0 22px; padding: 0 0 4px;}/* Error pane */div.mixpo_view_controller .mixpo_error_pane_bg { position: absolute !important; display: block; top: 0; left: 0; width: 100%; height: 100%; background-color: rgba(0,0,0,0.5); z-index: 0;}div.mixpo_view_controller .mixpo_error_pane_root { position: absolute !important; display: block; 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"This is our 'Cheers' bar because everybody knows your name." Valdes said Julio's held a Toys for Tots drive every Christmas and provided a free meal to those who served each Veterans Day. "It really is a family, it's really going to be missed and it's going to be a really hard day," a former employee, Sue Reid, said. Valdes said he hopes his customers remember the business for all the laughs it helped them share. "I'd like to say 'thank you' to all the people that spent their time here," Valdes said. "They supported what we did and my regulars that came in were my friends. We've made a lot of good friendships that I'll never forget and I hope they don't either." The inventory and building are for sale. SEE VIDEO AND TWEET ; http://wjactv.com/news/local/customers-say-goodbye-to-longtime-dubois-business
  13. World's largest green bean casserole weighs a whopping 637 pounds Nov. 17, 2017 at 11:29 AM Aly Walansky TODAY When preparing for the holidays, a savvy host or hostess knows it's wise to make enough food so guests can have seconds and even thirds. But unless we’re serving a small army, our dishes probably aren't going to break any world records. However, if you're a large green man known for hawking veggies, creating a record-breaking dish is basically second nature. On Thursday, a new Guinness World Records title was set in New York City for the largest ever green bean casserole. The champion? Canned and frozen veggie purveyor Green Giant. Jason DeCorw / AP Images for Green Giant A Guinness World Records adjudicator looks on as the Green Giant mixes ingredients while attempting to make the Guinness World Records Largest Serving of Green Bean Casserole, Thursday, Nov. 16, 2017 in New York. (Jason DeCrow/AP Images for Green Giant) The casserole, a larger-than-life version of the classic Thanksgiving side dish, clocked in at 637 pounds and was cooked up by Green Giant and Stella 34 Trattoria chefs at Macy’s Herald Square. After it was weighed and measured, the record-setting casserole was immediately donated to New York City's Citymeals on Wheels program and will help feed nearly 2,000 elderly residents who are unable to leave their homes. "We wanted to celebrate our inaugural year in the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade by baking up some excitement while helping so many people in this incredible city," Jordan Greenberg, Green Giant's vice president, said in a statement. He added that the company "has been a staple in Thanksgiving feasts for more than 100 years." Jason DeCorw / AP Images for Green Giant Individual servings from the Guinness World Records Largest Serving of Green Bean Casserole, made by Green Giant and weighing in at 637 pounds, are prepared for donation to Citymeals on Wheels, Thursday, Nov. 16, 2017 in New York. (Jason DeCrow/AP Images for Green Giant) In total, the dish was comprised of 780 cans of Green Giant Cut Green Beans, 53 cans of cream of mushroom soup, 32 quarts of milk and 65 pounds of French fried onions. And you thought your grandma's recipe was decadent! Green Giant actually set the first official Guinness World Record with the giant creamy casserole but a company representative told TODAY Food that officials estimate that the second largest green bean casserole ever made weighed just 551 pounds. Since green bean casseroles are one of the all-time most popular Thanksgiving sides, this record-breaking event was well timed for the season. It was also a pretty logical choice: Imagine trying to find one super-large turkey that could feed 2,000 people? Now that's a challenge! Regardless of the casserole's size, however, people are always pretty excited about the dish this time of year. If you don't have plans to make a giant green bean casserole this Thanksgiving, there's always these new green bean casserole-flavored Pringles. Or just stick to the classic with these tips on how to take your casserole to the next level. SEE TWEETS ; https://www.today.com/food/world-s-largest-green-bean-casserole-made-green-giant-t118966
  14. This man is about to launch himself in his homemade rocket to prove the earth is flat Updated 10:03 AM; Posted 9:59 AM Daredevil and limousine driver "Mad" Mike Hughes is shown with with his steam-powered rocket constructed out of salvage parts in Apple Valley, California, Nov. 15, 2017. (Waldo Stakes/HO courtesy of 'Mad' Mike Hughes via AP) By The Washington Post Seeking to prove that a conspiracy of astronauts fabricated the shape of the Earth, a California man intends to launch himself 1,800 feet high on Saturday in a rocket he built from scrap metal. Assuming the 500-mph, mile-long flight through the Mojave Desert does not kill him, Mike Hughes told the Associated Press, his journey into the atmosflat will mark the first phase of his ambitious flat-Earth space program. Hughes's ultimate goal is a subsequent launch that puts him miles above the Earth, where the 61-year-old limousine driver hopes to photograph proof of the disc we all live on. "It'll shut the door on this ball earth," Hughes said in a fundraising interview with a flat-Earth group for Saturday's flight, which ranged across theories that NASA is controlled by round-Earth Freemasons, and Elon Musk makes fake rockets from blimps. Hughes promised the flat Earth community to expose the conspiracy with his steam-powered rocket, which will launch from a heavily modified mobile home - though he acknowledged that he still had much to learn about rocket science. "This whole tech thing," he said in the June interview. "I'm really behind the eight ball." That said, Hughes isn't a totally unproven engineer. He set a Guinness World Record in 2002 for a limousine jump, according to Ars Technica, and has been building rockets for years, albeit with mixed results. "Okay, Waldo. 3 . . . 2 . . . 1 . . .!" someone yells in a test fire video from 2012. There's a brief hiss of boiling water, then . . . nothing. So Hughes walks up to the engine and pokes it with a stick, at which point a thick cloud of steam belches out toward the camera. He built his first manned rocket in 2014, the AP reported, and managed to fly a quarter mile over Winkelman, Arizona. As seen in a YouTube video, the flight ended with Hughes being dragged, moaning from the remains of the rocket. The injuries he suffered put him in a walker for two weeks, he said. And the 2014 flight was only a quarter of the distance of Saturday's mile-long attempt. And it was based on round-earth technology. Hughes only recently converted to flat-Eartherism, after struggling for months to raise funds for his follow-up flight over the Mojave. It was originally scheduled for early 2016 in a Kickstarter campaign - "From Garage to Outer Space!" - that mentioned nothing about illuminati astronauts, and was themed after a NASCAR event. "We want to do this and basically thumb our noses at all these billionaires trying to do this," Hughes said, standing in his Apple Valley, California, living room, which he had plastered with drawings of his rockets. "They have not put a man in space yet," Hughes said. "There are 20 different space agencies here in America, and I'm the last person that's put a man in a rocket and launched it." He compared himself to Evel Knievel, as he promised to launch himself from a California racetrack - the first step on his steam-powered leap toward space. The Kickstarter raised $310 of its $150,000 goal. Hughes made other pitches, including a plan to fly over Texas in a "SkyLimo." But he complained to Ars Technica last year about the difficulty of funding his dreams on a chauffeur's meager salary. A year later, he called into a flat-earth community web show to announce he had become a recent convert. "We were kind of looking for a new sponsors for this. And I'm a believer in the flat Earth," Hughes said. "I researched it for several months." The host sounded impressed. Hughes had actually flown in a rocket, he noted, whereas astronauts were merely paid actors performing in front of a CGI globe. "John Glenn and Neil Armstrong are Freemasons," Hughes agreed. "Once you understand that, you understand the roots of the deception." The host talked of "Elon Musk's fake reality," and Hughes talked of "anti-Christ, Illuminati stuff." After half an hour of this, the host told his 300-some listeners to back Hughes's exploration of space. SEE VIDEO ; http://www.nola.com/traffic/index.ssf/2017/11/this_man_is_about_to_launch_hi.html
  15. AdChoices The Craziest Thanksgiving Food Traditions In Every State Delish Hannah Doolin23 hrs ago Slide 1 of 51: <p>Nearly every family has unique <a href="http://www.delish.com/holiday-recipes/thanksgiving/g3750/thanksgiving-traditions-comeback/">Thanksgiving traditions</a> of their own. Some are stranger than others - just look at these <a href="http://www.delish.com/holiday-recipes/thanksgiving/a50110/thanksgiving-survival-guide/#know-your-weird-traditions">oddball regional sides</a> - but many unexpected favorites are strongly tied to the state you live in. General Mills' Plate By State breakdown of popular Thanksgiving food traditions across the country pulled from top searches on <a href="https://www.bettycrocker.com/">BettyCrocker.com</a>, <a href="https://www.pillsbury.com/">Pillsbury.com</a> and more recipe resources. These are the foods your state is searching for leading up to Turkey Day.</p> 1/51 SLIDES © Ethan Calabrese Nearly every family has unique Thanksgiving traditions of their own. Some are stranger than others - just look at these oddball regional sides - but many unexpected favorites are strongly tied to the state you live in. General Mills' Plate By State breakdown of popular Thanksgiving food traditions across the country pulled from top searches on BettyCrocker.com, Pillsbury.com and more recipe resources. These are the foods your state is searching for leading up to Turkey Day. SEE SLIDES ; https://www.msn.com/en-us/foodanddrink/seasonal/the-craziest-thanksgiving-food-traditions-in-every-state/ss-BBFsAdk?li=BBnb7Kz&ocid=HPCDHP
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