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16 June 2013              19:31 ET

Petr Necas told a televised briefing that he was aware of his “political responsibility”

Czech Prime Minister Petr Necas has announced that he will resign on Monday after days of political turmoil.

His ruling coalition will try to form a new government led by someone nominated by his Civic Democratic Party (ODS).

Pressure had been growing on Mr Necas to quit since prosecutors on Friday charged his chief of staff Jana Nagyova with corruption and abuse of power.

Two former MPs, an ex-minister and the current and former heads of military intelligence have also been detained.

All except one have been remanded in custody.

This is a gripping political drama, and one with several strands of allegations: rebellious MPs allegedly bought off to keep a government afloat, senior officials accused of being corrupted by shady businessmen, spy agencies illegally tasked with surveillance. But at the heart of it is a relationship between a politician and a trusted aide. It’s Borgen in Bohemia, with a bit of the West Wing – and perhaps The Thick Of It thrown in.

In his resignation speech, Petr Necas came close to admitting that his relationship with his chief of staff Jana Nagyova was not limited to the office. The prime minister told reporters he was fully aware of how the “twists and turns of his personal life” were encumbering the political situation. That’s putting it lightly. Ms Nagyova is now in custody charged with illegally ordering military intelligence to spy on several people, including the prime minister’s soon-to-be-ex-wife.

After four days of stress and exhaustion, for the first time Mr Necas looked relaxed, almost relieved. His party colleagues standing alongside him did not. One of them will now step forward to replace him – to lead a beleaguered party, a fractious coalition, and an unpopular government. Petr Necas, meanwhile, can begin sorting out his life.

President Milos Zeman has said the charges, brought after armed police raids on government and private offices on Wednesday, are “serious”.

Up to 150m koruna (£5m; $8m) in cash, tens of kilograms of gold and large quantities of documents were seized during the raids.

‘Nothing dishonest’

Detectives have said Ms Nagyova was suspected of bribing the former MPs with offers of posts in state-owned firms. It is alleged this was in exchange for them giving up their parliamentary seats.

Ms Nagyova – a close colleague of Mr Necas for nearly a decade – is also suspected of illegally ordering military intelligence to spy on three people.

Czech media reported that the targets included Mr Necas’s wife, Radka Necasova. Mr Necas announced this week that they were divorcing.

Mr Necas has rejected all the accusations against Ms Nagyova and the other five accused, saying: “I am personally convinced that I did not do anything dishonest and that my colleagues have not done anything dishonest either.”

However, he told a televised briefing in Prague when announcing his resignation on Sunday evening: “I am aware of my political responsibility.”

“I will tender my resignation as prime minister tomorrow.” he said. “The entire government will therefore resign with me.”

The opposition Social Democrats had warned they would press for a no-confidence motion in parliament unless Mr Necas stepped down, and the two other parties in his centre-right coalition had signalled that they could no longer support him.

The prime minister said the coalition would try to form a new government, led by a different person, to rule until elections scheduled for June 2014. He is expected to stay on as caretaker until it is installed.

Under the Czech constitution, President Zeman – a political rival – is under no obligation to respect the coalition’s wishes, and could name his own candidate to head an interim government until early elections are held,

Mr Necas also said on Sunday he would resign as his party’s chairman.

“I am fully aware how the twists and turns of my personal life are burdening the Czech political scene and the Civic Democratic Party,” he told the briefing.

BBC Prague correspondent Rob Cameron says the admission is the closest the prime minister has come to confirming that the woman at the heart of this scandal – Ms Nagyova – is more than just a colleague.

from:  http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-europe-22930710

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using the number/letter grid:

 
1      2      3       4       5       6      7      8      9
A      B     C       D       E       F      G      H      I
J      K      L      M      N       O      P      Q      R
S      T      U      V      W      X      Y      Z

Where:

A = 1              J = 1              S = 1

B = 2              K = 2             T = 2

C = 3              L = 3             U = 3

D = 4              M = 4            V = 4

E = 5              N = 5            W = 5

F = 6              O = 6             X = 6

G = 7              P = 7             Y = 7

H = 8              Q = 8             Z = 8

I = 9               R = 9

 

 

Petr Nečas

7        3

 

what he does not like = PC = 73 = Unemployment.  You’re fired.  Tough times.

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Thursday June 6, 2013          5:39 AM

A woman was found alive late last night amid the rubble of the collapse of two buildings in Center City yesterday that left five women and one man dead in one of Philadelphia’s biggest tragedies in recent memory.

The collapse occurred as shoppers fatefully filled the Salvation Army thrift story on a busy Wednesday morning, unaware that an excavation crew ripping down walls at a gutted building next door was about to yank on the wrong beam with heavy machinery.

Bystanders rushed to help amid the block and brick that toppled like a child’s Lego set, and wood frame that snapped like kindling. But it was too late for some browsing the store at 10:45 a.m.

Rescue and emergency crews worked at the collapse site at 21st and Market Streets into the night, helping usher 14 people to three area hospitals and ultimately recovering six bodies.

Then, to the stunned delight of hundreds gathered at the scene, 61-year-old Myra Plekam was pulled from the rubble late Wednesday night – more than 12 hours after the collapse. Plekam was awake and talking to rescuers, before she was taken to a hospital in critical condition, said Deputy Fire Chief Robert Coyne said early Thursday that 61-year-old Myra Plekam.

“Our thoughts and prayers go out to those who lost their lives, and their families,” Mayor Michael Nutter said, adding he hoped the survivors will recover both physically and mentally from the tragic event.

The bodies of all six were recovered in the store, Nutter said.

As of late last night, Fire Commissioner Lloyd Ayers said rescue teams had about 40 percent of the Salvation Army building remaining to search. Nutter reiterated that officials do not know how many people were in the store at the time of the collapse.

The search-and-rescue operation continues this morning. As of 5 a.m., workers and emergency crews were preparing for another day of operations.   Though firefighters and police officers remained on the scene, the ambulances that lined Market Street for much of yesterday are gone.

Yet piles of debris remain a tragic reminder at the site of the collapse.  Roads surrounding the area are still blocked this morning.

Two of the fatalities were a 35-year-old woman, and a man identified by the Inquirer as Borbor Davis, 68, who was last seen working inside the store’s basement.

City officials said they have not yet determined what went wrong.

Yesterday’s events unfolded as workers for Griffin Campbell Construction at 1236 and 1238 Market Street were demolishing what was a commercial storefront that shared a wall with a four-story building.  The Salvation Army story is next door and also shares a wall.

Those who live, work and shop in the area had watched with trepidation as workers used heavy machinery on the walls, wondering how it was possible to demolish a building while it was still attached to the functioning, and thriving, Salvation Army building.

Indeed, the tragedy began with sounds of the buildings crashing down at 10:43 a.m., which one witness described as “a freight train,” when demolition of a four-story structure attached to the Salvation Army thrift shop at 2140 Market Street went horribly wrong.

Twelve people were initially taken to city hospitals after firefighters arrived at 10:45 a.m. following the initial report of the collapse. A 66-year-old woman was rescued about two hours later. About the same time, shortly before 2 p.m., the 35-year-old woman who died was also pulled from the debris.

The building that was undergoing “active demolition” at 2140 Market Street had up-to-date permits for the work, said Licenses and Inspections Commissioner Carlton Williams. Griffin Campbell Construction received permits for the work in February.

Griffin T. Campbell, owner of the company, has a criminal record.  His crew was working for the property owner, identified as STB Investments of New York City. STB’s principal is Richard Basciano, once dubbed “the undisputed king of Times Square porn.”

And attorney representing STB issued a statement late last night.

”Our thoughts and prayers go out to the people affected by this tragic event. Please know that we are committed to working with the City of Philadelphia and other authorities to determine what happened today,” said the statement released by F. Warren Jacoby, of the Cozen O’Connor law firm in Philadelphia.

‘This obviously could have been so much worse,” Nutter said. He defended Williams, the L&I commissioner, when Williams could not answer any additional questions about the demolition permits and if inspections had been made at the work site.

The mayor also said it was not unusual for demolition work to go on directly next to open commercial properties or residential homes.

“There are demolitions taking place on a daily basis,” Nutter said. “So it’s not unusual that there would be people in a store or building next to where a demolition is taking place.

Marc Newell was doing landscaping work on 22nd Street when he heard an “unbelievable rumble.”

The noise “was like a freight train,” Newall said, adding it was immediately clear that people were trapped inside.

“You could hear the moaning,” he said.

Some witnesses to the collapse were visibly distraught.

“The whole building just collapsed and people were stuck in there,” said one woman, who was taken from the scene sobbing.

Brian Mullins, 23, was unloading paint at the nearby Mutter Museum when he heard the building fall. He and his coworkers ran toward the building, and pulled six people from the rubble, he said. At least two others remained inside when rescue crews arrived, Mullins said.

One woman was laying under a fallen wall.

“I just wanted to get people out,” he said.

He said he tried to keep the people inside the building calm amid chaos in the moments after the collapse.

“The dust was so thick you couldn’t see in front of your face,” he said.

from:  http://www.philly.com/philly/news/6_dead_in_Philadelphia_building_collapse.html#cAJdkkc368m9E6QW.99

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using the number/letter grid:

 
1      2      3       4       5       6      7      8      9
A      B     C       D       E       F      G      H      I
J      K      L      M      N       O      P      Q      R
S      T      U      V      W      X      Y      Z

Where:

A = 1              J = 1              S = 1

B = 2              K = 2             T = 2

C = 3              L = 3             U = 3

D = 4              M = 4            V = 4

E = 5              N = 5            W = 5

F = 6              O = 6             X = 6

G = 7              P = 7             Y = 7

H = 8              Q = 8             Z = 8

I = 9               R = 9

 

 

Griffin Campbell

7         3            33

 

his primary challenge (GC), what he must do (GL), and how he obtains/loses his heart’s desire (GL) all = 73 = Compensation.

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Wednesday May 29, 2013           11:24am EDT

A prominent economist and government adviser has fled Russia after being questioned by state investigators, amid a growing clamp-down on groups and individuals critical or independent of President Vladimir Putin.

Sergei Guriev, an English-speaking economist well known to Western investors, had been questioned as a witness in an investigation into the defunct Yukos oil company, whose founder Mikhail Khodorkovsky was jailed in 2005 for fraud.

His real transgression, supporters and commentators say, was to support Alexei Navalny, an anti-corruption campaigner who led protests against Putin’s return to the presidency which the Kremlin has been trying gradually to snuff out.

“He (Guriev) defended Khodorkovsky and said that the case was fabricated. An enemy? Of course,” Boris Nemtsov, a protest and opposition leader, said ironically. “He fights corruption? That betrays our fundamental ideals!”

Since Putin’s return to the Kremlin after four years as prime minister, the authorities have moved across a broad front to silence critics, with Navalny now on trial on fraud charges which he says are trumped up and politically motivated.

Non-governmental organizations such as rights groups, independent vote monitors and opinion pollsters that receive foreign funding have been told to register as “foreign agents”, a term with overtones of the Cold War and treason.

Guriev, the 41-year-old rector of Moscow’s New Economic School, has advised Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev, served on the board of state bank Sberbank and is a leading commentator in the local and international press.

The flight of the liberal economist, a former visiting professor at the U.S. university of Princeton, was confirmed when Sberbank issued a statement saying he had declined to seek re-election to its board.

Sources familiar with the situation said he left Moscow in early May to join his family and was now in France. He had tendered his resignation as head of the NES, a post he has held since 2004, but his resignation has not yet been accepted.

Guriev, reached by Reuters, said his decision was personal, that he was “on vacation” and that he would not comment further.

“This is a very bad signal, definitely,” said Sergei Aleksashenko, another leading Moscow economist.

“He was the economist who was most affiliated to the government. The signal I read is that Medvedev is not willing, or able, to defend his supporters.”

Erik Berglof, chief economist at the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development, said Guriev – a personal friend – had made a huge contribution to the policy debate in Russia as a speechwriter for Medvedev and an advocate of economic reform.

“LET HIM LEAVE”

The Kremlin denies cracking down on opponents or using the judiciary for political ends. Putin has laughed off accusations that he is tightening the screws on opponents.

“If he wants to leave, let him leave. If he wants to return, let him return. It’s his personal affair,” Putin’s spokesman, Dmitry Peskov, said.

Another official who declined to be named said there would be no impact on the investment climate – growth in investment has halted amid high capital outflows – but “another small log will be thrown on the furnace of anti-Russian hysteria”.

Putin critics saw Guriev’s flight as another sign of pressure on economic reformers, who are being marginalized.

The Investigative Committee, Russia’s most powerful law enforcement agency, said it had questioned Guriev in an unspecified investigation into Yukos, the oil firm that was bankrupted, broken up and sold off, mainly into state hands.

Guriev had previously given a critical expert opinion, said a source familiar with the matter, adding that he believed a new case was being prepared against Khodorkovsky.

Critics say the Investigative Committee is being used by a powerful faction of ‘siloviki’, or men of power who share Putin’s background in the security services, to remove liberals from positions of power or influence.

BACKING NAVALNY

It was Guriev’s institute that provided a stage for Barack Obama to deliver a keynote address during the U.S. president’s visit to Moscow in 2009 at the height of a ‘reset’ in relations.

Ties have since been blighted by rows over issues including Syria, human rights and a ban on the adoption of orphaned Russian children by American families.

Guriev had announced in a blog post last May – a week after Putin was sworn in – that he had donated 10,000 roubles ($320) to an anti-corruption project set up by Navalny. Navalny fears he will be jailed for 10 years but says protests, although they have now dwindled, will continue against Putin.

Guriev told Reuters last September that Putin could fall “overnight” if he fails to stamp out corruption and wean Russia off its economic dependency on oil and had questioned the fairness of recent elections.

“We all lived through the Soviet Union, which was forever until it was no more,” he said.

Guriev joins other independently minded public figures, including the founder of Russia’s largest online social network VKontakte, Pavel Durov, in leaving Russia under duress.

Some commentators said the departures could mark the start of a wave of emigration by Russia’s best and brightest, like those in the 1970s and after the 1917 Bolshevik revolution.

“They have gone pretty far, shifting from manipulative means to repressive ones,” said Maria Lipman, an analyst at the Carnegie Moscow Center. “It used to be that politics was banned. Now we are experiencing a ban on autonomy in the public space. To use Putin’s metaphor – we will call the tune.”

($1 = 31.4850 Russian roubles)

from:  http://www.reuters.com/article/2013/05/29/us-russia-guriev-idUSBRE94S0V620130529

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Sergei Guriev was born on October 21st, 1971 according to http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sergei_Guriev

October 21st, 1971

10 + 21 = 31 = his core number = Controversy.  Scandal.  Things get out of hand.

Five of Wands Tarot card

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using the number/letter grid:

 
1      2      3       4       5       6      7      8      9
A      B     C       D       E       F      G      H      I
J      K      L      M      N       O      P      Q      R
S      T      U      V      W      X      Y      Z

Where:

A = 1              J = 1              S = 1

B = 2              K = 2             T = 2

C = 3              L = 3             U = 3

D = 4              M = 4            V = 4

E = 5              N = 5            W = 5

F = 6              O = 6             X = 6

G = 7              P = 7             Y = 7

H = 8              Q = 8             Z = 8

I = 9               R = 9

 

 

Sergei Guriev

159759 739954            73

 

his path of destiny = 73 = Tough luck.  Enduring hardship.

Five of Pentacles Tarot card

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Ed Carpenter

Warmup: 227.039
Lap 1: 229.347   Lap 2: 228.976
Lap 3: 228.774   Lap 4: 227.955
4 Lap Average: 228.762

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Carlos Munoz

Warmup: 224.537
Lap 1: 228.988   Lap 2: 228.382
Lap 3: 228.211   Lap 4: 227.792
4 Lap Average: 228.342

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Marco Andretti

Warmup: 224.263
Lap 1: 229.049   Lap 2: 228.393
Lap 3: 228.012   Lap 4: 227.596
4 Lap Average: 228.261

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EJ Viso

Warmup: 225.185
Lap 1: 228.611   Lap 2: 228.372
Lap 3: 227.938   Lap 4: 227.682
4 Lap Average: 228.150

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AJ Allmendinger

Warmup: 224.950
Lap 1: 228.722   Lap 2: 228.262
Lap 3: 227.786   Lap 4: 227.629
4 Lap Average: 228.099

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Will Power

Warmup: 220.830
Lap 1: 229.119   Lap 2: 228.375
Lap 3: 227.619   Lap 4: 227.246
4 Lap Average: 228.087

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Ryan Hunter-Reay

Warmup: 226.208
Lap 1: 228.778   Lap 2: 228.106
Lap 3: 227.394   Lap 4: 227.343
4 Lap Average: 227.904

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Helio Castroneves

Warmup: 226.276
Lap 1: 228.770   Lap 2: 228.118
Lap 3: 227.435   Lap 4: 226.736
4 Lap Average: 227.762

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James Hinchcliffe

Warmup: 221.159
Lap 1: 225.760   Lap 2: 227.871
Lap 3: 227.550   Lap 4: 227.113
4 Lap Average: 227.070

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JR Hildebrand

Warmup: 226.559
Lap 1: 227.704   Lap 2: 227.532
Lap 3: 227.511   Lap 4: 227.016
4 Lap Average: 227.441

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Alex Tagliani

Warmup: 225.649
Lap 1: 227.907   Lap 2: 227.629
Lap 3: 227.075   Lap 4: 226.937
4 Lap Average: 227.386

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Tony Kanaan

Warmup: 225.928
Lap 1: 227.256   Lap 2: 227.028
Lap 3: 226.803   Lap 4: 226.710
4 Lap Average: 226.949

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Warmup: 220.983
Lap 1: 227.142   Lap 2: 226.892
Lap 3: 226.633   Lap 4: 226.588
4 Lap Average: 226.814

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Justin Wilson

Warmup: 224.595
Lap 1: 226.804   Lap 2: 226.437
Lap 3: 226.192   Lap 4: 226.048
4 Lap Average: 226.370

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Warmup: 222.897
Lap 1: 226.161   Lap 2: 226.192
Lap 3: 226.241   Lap 4: 226.189
4 Lap Average: 226.196

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Scott Dixon

Warmup: 224.459
Lap 1: 226.405   Lap 2: 226.245
Lap 3: 226.098   Lap 4: 225.884
4 Lap Average: 226.158

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Dario Franchitti

Warmup: 223.882
Lap 1: 226.680   Lap 2: 226.325
Lap 3: 225.680   Lap 4: 225.596
4 Lap Average: 226.069

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Takuma Sato

Warmup: 220.507
Lap 1: 226.071   Lap 2: 226.061
Lap 3: 225.780   Lap 4: 225.657
4 Lap Average: 225.892

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Charlie Kimball

Warmup: 224.483
Lap 1: 226.226   Lap 2: 225.986
Lap 3: 225.794   Lap 4: 225.515
4 Lap Average: 225.880

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James Jakes

Warmup: 225.145
Lap 1: 226.066   Lap 2: 225.754
Lap 3: 225.838   Lap 4: 225.578
4 Lap Average: 225.809

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Simon Pagenaud

Warmup: 225.048
Lap 1: 225.437   Lap 2: 225.581
Lap 3: 225.841   Lap 4: 225.839
4 Lap Average: 225.674

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Townsend Bell

Warmup: 220.996
Lap 1: 226.146   Lap 2: 225.797
Lap 3: 225.520   Lap 4: 225.113
4 Lap Average: 225.643

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Ryan Briscoe

Warmup: 222.841
Lap 1: 225.060   Lap 2: 225.350
Lap 3: 225.346   Lap 4: 225.305
4 Lap Average: 225.265

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Simona De Silvestro

Warmup: 221.906
Lap 1: 225.027   Lap 2: 225.395
Lap 3: 225.312   Lap 4: 225.168
4 Lap Average: 225.226

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Josef Newgarden

Warmup: 225.235
Lap 1: 225.819   Lap 2: 225.816
Lap 3: 225.690   Lap 4: 225.601
4 Lap Average: 225.731

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Graham Rahal

Warmup: 222.493
Lap 1: 225.169   Lap 2: 225.106
Lap 3: 224.948   Lap 4: 224.806
4 Lap Average: 225.007

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Sebastian Saavedra

Warmup: 223.924
Lap 1: 224.965   Lap 2: 225.240
Lap 3: 224.918   Lap 4: 224.595
4 Lap Average: 224.929

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Tristan Vautier

Warmup: 223.996
Lap 1: 226.060   Lap 2: 224.901
Lap 3: 225.511   Lap 4: 223.041
4 Lap Average: 224.873

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Ana Beatriz

Warmup: 223.665
Lap 1: 223.987   Lap 2: 224.030
Lap 3: 224.463   Lap 4: 224.257
4 Lap Average: 224.184

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Pippa Mann

Warmup: 222.812
Lap 1: 224.649   Lap 2: 224.126
Lap 3: 224.174   Lap 4: 223.075
4 Lap Average: 224.005

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Conor Daly

Warmup: 215.995
Lap 1: 223.699   Lap 2: 223.730
Lap 3: 223.465   Lap 4: 223.436
4 Lap Average: 223.582

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Buddy Lazier

Warmup: 220.805
Lap 1: 223.760   Lap 2: 223.473
Lap 3: 223.356   Lap 4: 223.179
4 Lap Average: 223.442

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Katherine Legge

Warmup: 220.919
Lap 1: 223.349   Lap 2: 222.894
Lap 3: 223.238   Lap 4: 223.222
4 Lap Average: 223.176

from:  http://www.indianapolismotorspeedway.com/indy500/eventinfo/52179/

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Justin Wilson was born on July 31st, 1978 according to http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Justin_Wilson_(racing_driver)

July 31st, 1978

July 31st

7 + 31 +2+0+1+2 = 43 = his personal year (from July 31st, 2012 to July 30th, 2013) = Congratulations.  Celebrating.  Fun times.

43 year + 4 (April) = 47 = his personal month (from April 31st, 2013 to May 30th, 2013) = Making a name for himself.

Seven of Cups Tarot card

47 month + 26 (26th of the month on Sunday May 26th, 2013) = 73 = his personal day = Enduring hardship.  Tough luck.

Five of Pentacles Tarot card

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May 20, 2013           2:05 AM PT

A jobless Canadian IT professional who is collecting employment insurance is upset because he now suspects several recent jobs he applied for went to temporary foreign workers.

“Out of the 50 some odd jobs that I’ve applied for, I’ve heard back from two,” said Glen Hamel, of Mississauga, Ont. “The rest — I never hear anything.”

Hamel has more than 20 years experience in IT and said he meets all or most of the qualifications for the positions. Since 2005, he’s been laid off by Sears and another employer, because of outsourcing and downsizing.

Recent Canadian job market statistics suggest people with his skills are in high demand.

“Even though there is supposed to be all the jobs out there, I don’t know where they are,” Hamel said.

‘Doesn’t make sense’

He applied for three IT positions with a multinational company from India, called TCS. It has several jobs posted in Canada’s job bank, for IT work with its large Canadian clients.

Despite his qualifications, Hamel got no response. “It doesn’t make sense. They advertise all these jobs.”

In the meantime, a former TCS manager told Go Public the company rarely hires skilled, experienced Canadians.

He claimed that when he was with the company, in 2011 and 2012, it just went through the motions of posting jobs here. He claimed TCS then brought in cheaper foreign workers to do the jobs, saying it couldn’t find anyone qualified in Canada.

“I wanted to hire Canadians, but I was told no,” said the former manager, who agreed to speak only anonymously. “I had to hire Indian people [as temporary foreign workers], and they didn’t have the skills.”

To illustrate his points, he provided forms TCS used in 2011, to apply for government approvals and visas, to bring in foreign workers.

They appear to be standard documents, with blanks for the worker’s name and other basic information. They list several TCS “proprietary” information technology “tools,” which the documents stress all workers must know.

“Extensive training in the use and application of these tools is indispensable to this role,” read one of the documents.

Foreigner workers’ skills in question

“It doesn’t matter what qualifications they actually have, they send the same form,” said the former manager.

A copy of a letter to government states TCS is “looking for a very specific skill set which appears to be in short supply in Canada.”

The former manager told us that, in reality, workers didn’t need those skills in Canada and many of the Indian workers didn’t have the qualifications listed on the forms anyway.

“They don’t need these tools or use them at any time in Canada,” he said.

He added that TCS would hire Canadians for entry-level jobs, but it rarely hired more experienced IT people in Canada, because they expected higher pay than workers from India.

The company responded by email, saying, “TCS is actively hiring Canadians. TCS job postings are made on various job websites in the public domain and we encourage more people to apply.

“In the current calendar year, we have already hired more than 125 Canadians since January, have trained and inducted a group of new Canadian university graduates.”

‘Factory’ approves applications

The former TCS manager’s story fits with what Go Public was told by an ex-federal civil servant, who was tasked with granting approvals — called labour market opinions — for companies seeking to bring in temporary foreign workers in 2011.

Toronto resident Gordon Teti was fired from his contract job in the temporary foreign worker unit early last year, after management received complaints about him from Sears, one of the companies he dealt with. He is fighting his dismissal.

Teti called the office a “factory,” where officers are expected to review and process 15-20 labour market opinion applications each week.

“There is intense pressure,” Teti said, to approve applications quickly. “It’s not about the quality of work, it’s about the quantity.”

The rules say positive labour market opinions [LMOs] should only be granted if the company can’t find Canadians or permanent residents for the jobs.

Government records show more than 33,000 employers were granted positive LMOs between 2010 and 2012. Go Public asked how many applications were rejected during that period, but the government said the information “is not public.”

Teti said most applications got rubber stamp approvals, because companies would complain to management if officers asked too many questions.

“When employers make complaints [officers] fear that these complaints can reach their managers …up to the minister.”

Questions discouraged

His former union verified much of what Teti said about the program’s shortcomings.

“Program officers who actually question certain applications and request for more investigation are not looked upon favourably,” read information given to Go Public by Ian Thompson, from the Canadian Employment and Immigration Union.

“These files are given to another program officer — who will not question management and will approve it.”

Both Teti and his former union say officers don’t have the time or authorization to check if companies actually tried to hire Canadians.

“Employers will post the job, as they are required by the program — however, program officers have to take the word of the employer at face value if there were Canadians who applied or not — and a list of candidates is not given,” said the union statement.

“The program officer is not authorized to call the potential [Canadian] candidate to check why the employer has not offered this job to him or her.”

Teti provided an email to Go Public, which shows how one company’s lawyer complained to his supervisor, because he asked too many questions.

“I spoke to [your manager],” read the email, “about your question about whether the foreign worker had experience in the same field.”

The union indicated officers have little choice but to approve applications, even when they believe the employer has no plans to train or hire a Canadian.

“Employers will continue to submit applications for a certain foreign worker who has been working for over 4-5 years … the employer has no intention of hiring locally,” said the union.

“The program has many issues … it can be corrected, however, [Ottawa] is never willing to listen to the staff who have worked in this unit.”

Government promises fix

In response, Human Resources and Skills Development Canada sent a statement, listing steps the government is now taking to improve the system, including charging application fees, asking more questions on applications and requiring employers to have a plan in place to eventually hire Canadians.

The government also said it is now meeting with several groups to see what more can be done.

“As part of the ongoing review of the TFW program, the Harper government is holding cross-Canada consultations over the coming months with businesses, industry and trade organizations, unions and others on additional changes to the program,” the statement said.

In the meantime, as a result of Go Public’s inquiries, TCS said it is inviting Glen Hamel into its Mississauga office, suggesting it may now hire him for one of several jobs it has posted.

Hamel and Geyer have started a Facebook page, hoping to rally Canadians who believe they have been hurt by the influx of temporary foreign workers.

“We are not the only ones. We know that. There are a lot of people going through this,” said Geyer.

“As Canadians we are always very polite. And we politely kind of take what it is that we are given. But enough is enough. People need to rise up and fight back,” said Hamel.

from:  http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/british-columbia/story/2013/05/17/bc-foreignworkers.html

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using the number/letter grid:

 
1      2      3       4       5       6      7      8      9
A      B     C       D       E       F      G      H      I
J      K      L      M      N       O      P      Q      R
S      T      U      V      W      X      Y      Z

Where:

A = 1              J = 1              S = 1

B = 2              K = 2             T = 2

C = 3              L = 3             U = 3

D = 4              M = 4            V = 4

E = 5              N = 5            W = 5

F = 6              O = 6             X = 6

G = 7              P = 7             Y = 7

H = 8              Q = 8             Z = 8

I = 9               R = 9

 

 

Glen Hame

7              3 

 

how he loses his heart’s desire = GL = 73 = Unemployment.  Joblessness.

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VIDEO: California dispatcher sends police officers after hearing suspects breaking into a car.

May 19, 2013             12:04pm

Accidentally butt dialing someone is embarrassing or inconsequential to most, but for two Fresno, Calif., men, their cell phone mishap landed them in jail.

The call, which went to 911, started like any other call to the police dispatcher, with the operator asking, “What is your emergency?”

But when no one answered, the operator didn’t hang up, instead staying on the line and listening to the pair, who police identified as Nathan Teklemariam and Carson Rinehart, both 20, as they talked about wanting to do drugs. It wasn’t long before the conversation turned to breaking into a car.

“Get the bolt and give me the hammer just in case,” one of the two voices on the phone said.

Shortly after that statement, the dispatcher heard a window shatter and the people on the phone started yelling that they found prescription drugs.

As the two were driving away, police were already in the area searching for the men based on clues that the 911 dispatcher was feeding to them.

The police finally tracked the suspects down and pulled them over. The suspects acted confused and questioned what why they were being pulled over, police said.

“Oh, he’s following me, dog,” one of the suspects said in the recording. “Wow, what the [expletive] did I do?”

As they were being questioned, the suspects allegedly denied any wrongdoing, but after searching the car, police said they found items that allegedly were taken from the burglarized vehicle.

After being cuffed, the suspects were finally told how they were caught.

“This fool really called 911?” one of the suspects said. “Damn.”

“I have never heard of something like this,” Sgt. Jaime Rios of the Fresno Police Department told ABCNews.com. “There have been times where the dispatcher hears something like this, but never has a call come in before a crime being committed and staying on all the way to the end.”

Rios said the suspects are being charged with burglary, conspiracy and possession of stolen property.

from:  http://abcnews.go.com/blogs/headlines/2013/05/suspects-butt-dial-9-1-1-during-alleged-burglary/

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using the number/letter grid:

 
1      2      3       4       5       6      7      8      9
A      B     C       D       E       F      G      H      I
J      K      L      M      N       O      P      Q      R
S      T      U      V      W      X      Y      Z

Where:

A = 1              J = 1              S = 1

B = 2              K = 2             T = 2

C = 3              L = 3             U = 3

D = 4              M = 4            V = 4

E = 5              N = 5            W = 5

F = 6              O = 6             X = 6

G = 7              P = 7             Y = 7

H = 8              Q = 8             Z = 8

I = 9               R = 9

 

 

Carson Rinehart

319165 99558192            73

 

his path of destiny = 73 = Hard luck.  Tough luck.

Five of Pentacles Tarot card

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Rowan Stringer, 17, died Sunday night after suffering severe head trauma during a high school rugby game on Wednesday last week.

May 13, 2013         10:38 AM ET

A 17-year-old John McCrae Secondary School student in Ottawa has died following a severe head injury she sustained during a rugby game last week.

Rowan Stringer was captain of the high school rugby team this year, her second as a member, said her father, Gordon Stringer. She also played in a Barrhaven rugby club last summer after school ended and was planning to join again this summer.

The teen was tackled hard during a game on Wednesday, flew through the air and hit her head and neck on the ground, Stringer said. Rowan stayed awake for a few moments after sitting up, then slipped into unconsciousness.

She never woke up.

Rowan was taken to hospital, where doctors tried unsuccessfully to relieve the pressure in her head.

She died on Sunday night after her family decided to discontinue life support the previous day.

Player had been hit in the head twice before fatal tackle, parents say

Rowan’s parents, Gordon and Kathleen Stringer, told CBC News Monday that Rowan told them she’d been hit in the head in a game a week before the fatal tackle, and that she took a pain reliever afterward for a headache.

Then, just two days before the fatal injury, she was hit in the head during a game once more, her parents said. This time, she told her friends about it, but didn’t tell her parents.

The Stringers said doctors are looking into the possibility that Rowan suffered a smaller head injury that could have contributed to the severity of the second.

The family authorized an autopsy to find out more about what exactly happened to Rowan.

The Stringers said they’re not looking to assign any blame. Instead, they’re hoping her story can help educate others.

“If some of these people that saw and heard some things had gone to a teacher, there might have been a different outcome,” Kathleen Stringer said. “So we’re hoping that we can educate and teach them that playing a high school sport game is never more important than taking care of yourself.”

Kathleen Stringer said she spoke to a doctor at the Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario about the idea of creating a pre-game checklist for students to fill out, which might catch situations like this in the future.

Organs donated

Rowan’s family decided to donate her organs, partly because of her interest in nursing and helping children. She had been accepted into the University of Ottawa’s nursing program.

Her lungs were sent to help a 20-year-old woman in Toronto, Rowan’s father said.

Her kidneys went to The Hospital for Sick Children in Toronto. Her pancreas was also sent to Toronto.

Her liver was sent to London, Ont., and her heart stayed in Ottawa, Gordon Stringer said.

Ottawa-Carleton District School Board CEO Jennifer Adams said Monday that the board will help Rowan’s family spread information about concussions and organ donation.

Grief counselling available at high school

In a statement, the OCDSB said a crisis management team was in place Monday at John McCrae for students and staff.

The game was stopped after the injury. No sports were played at John McCrae on Monday, and have been cancelled for Tuesday as well, according to the statement.

“She was a wonderful girl, and she’ll be sorely missed at John McCrae,” said principal Tom Schultz.

No memorial had yet been planned Monday.

Friends and acquaintances of the teen took to the web to express their grief.

“Don’t know how I’m going to walk into French class. It will not be complete,” said one Twitter user.

“[A] spirit like yours never dies, love you to the moon and back,” wrote another.

from:  http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/ottawa/story/2013/05/13/ottawa-rowan-stringer-rugby-death-injury-head-trauma.html

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using the number/letter grid:

 
1      2      3       4       5       6      7      8      9
A      B     C       D       E       F      G      H      I
J      K      L      M      N       O      P      Q      R
S      T      U      V      W      X      Y      Z

Where:

A = 1              J = 1              S = 1

B = 2              K = 2             T = 2

C = 3              L = 3             U = 3

D = 4              M = 4            V = 4

E = 5              N = 5            W = 5

F = 6              O = 6             X = 6

G = 7              P = 7             Y = 7

H = 8              Q = 8             Z = 8

I = 9               R = 9

 

 

Rowan Stringer

96515 12995759              73

 

her path of destiny = 73 = Physical hardship.

Five of Pentacles Tarot card

 

RIP

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