We are presumed innocent of charges until proven guilty which did not happen here. Did we forget that this so called child was six feet plus and 200 plus pounds, made racial slurs, was trying to buy weapons according to evidence witheld by the prosecution from his cell phone and there was evidence in the toxicology that he was smoking pot. This is an unfortunate incident for gz that he was caught in the crosshairs but what if the shooter had been from the same race? would cnn have even televised the case.
We’ll talk about Robert Plant and his recent touring and writing with Beth Nielsen Chapman. We’ll hear all about those Nashville sessions he’s taken part in and ask what it’s like when you hear that Faith Hill or the Dixie Chicks are going to cut one of your songs. And, yes, we’ll talk about his new album The Crooked Road..
Your tear film has three layers: mucous, water, then a lipid layer on top. The lipid layer keeps the water from evaporating off your eyes too quickly. As you sleep, if your eyes are open even a little bit, that water layer can evaporate so when you wake up, all that is really left is mucous and the lipid layer.
My buddy is much worse. He broken five vertebrae, two of them have even split. His brain is also bleeding. SubscriptionsGo to the Subscriptions Centre to manage your:My ProfileOn Friday federal New Democrat digital affairs critic Charlie Angus tabled a private member’s bill to keep internet service providers from throttling speeds and shaping traffic, his second attempt after an earlier bill got as far as first reading before last fall’s election was called.After a closer look, the new bill, C 398, is almost identical to last year’s offering, with two notable exceptions. One difference, as Michael Geist points out , is that while the first bill gave ISPs the right to “manage the flow of network traffic in a reasonable manner in order to relieve congestion”, the new bill amends that to “extraordinary congestion”, which in essence requires a greater burden of proof on the ISP to show its network is being congested by the activities of its users.The second change is similar: in the old bill, ISPs could manage their network in order to “prevent any violation of federal or provincial law”, which seemed to leave open the possibility that an ISP could claim a violation (perhaps illegal file sharing?) to justify its actions.In the second version, that’s been changed to not limiting the ISPs when it comes to acting “in accordance with federal and provincial law.”Geist said the new language is “a bit tighter on the compliance with the law.”Net neutrality promises to be a hot topic again in a month when the Canadian Radio television and Telecommunications Commission holds hearings on the issue.Universe hates Higgs boson, Chicago CubsBy John Bowman, CBCNews. A physicist working on the Large Hadron Collider doesn’t think much of the theory that the universe is sabotaging the project to prevent the discovery of the Higgs boson.