Wanita 75 Tahun Lumpuhkan Internet Georgia

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TBILISI – Seorang wanita tua di Georgia dituntut penjara tiga tahun karena memutuskan jaringan internet di Georgia dan Armenia.

Tindakan memutuskan jaringan internet di kedua negara tersebut dilakukannya karena menggali dan mengeruk kabel internet di tanah. Demikian seperti yang dikutip dari Business Week, Minggu (10/4/2011).

Pihak berwenang mengatakan bahwa wanita 75 tahun bernama Aiyastan Shakaryan itu memotong sebuah kabel fiberoptik, yang akhirnya memutuskan koneksi internet di Georgia dan Armenia selama beberapa jam. Kable fiberoptik itu sendiri sejalur dengan jalur kereta api di bagian timur Georgia.

Juru bicara Kementerian Georgia, Zurab Gvenetadze, mengatakan bahwa Shakaryan telah dituntut dengan tuduhan pengrusakan properti negara, yang bisa saja dituntut hingga tiga tahun penjara, tapi mungkin ia akan mendapat hukuman yang lebih ringan, mengingat usianya yang sudah uzur.

Sementara Shakaryan sendiri mengatakan kalau ia tidak bersalah.

Jaringan kabel fiberoptik sepanjang 600 km di Georgia milik dari Georgian Railway Telecoms, yang merupakan cabang dari perusahaan kereta api di negara tersebut.

Di sisi lain, Irma Stepnadze, juru bicara dari Aiyastan Shakaryan, mengatakan bahwa kabel-kabel tersebut dijaga dengan keamanan ketat, sehingga tidak memungkinkan bagi Shakaryan untuk memotongnya.
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Philadelphia Phillies

Philadelphia Phillies, (CNN) – He spoke as would any proud grandfather, telling stories about how his little girl dress, how she would care for her brother and how she can tip a baseball bat. “It would be the first major league gal,” Dallas Green. He knows, as he was the manager of the Philadelphia Phillies when they won the World Series in 1980.

“This little girl woke up many people and we just miss the hell out of it.” Green said outside the site Phillies spring training in Clearwater, Fla., Wednesday. The grand-son, he speaks with such pride is about Christina Green, who was killed in Tucson, Arizona last month with five other people while attending a political event. She was 9 years old.

“She embodied what is good about children, she wanted to be a little girl,” said Green.

Green, now senior adviser for the Phillies, has struggled at times when speaking of Christina, who called Princess.

Since the day he started as a right-handed Philadelphia Phillies in 1960, Dallas Green has always maintained a tough guy image.

Standing 6-5 and 200 pounds, Green became the Phillies manager, then general manager of the Chicago Cubs. He is overcome difficult moments, but nothing could prepare him for what he would suffer on January 8 when his 9-year granddaughter Christina Taylor Green was one of 19 shot and six people were killed during a neighborhood meeting in Tucson Gabrielle Giffords Congressman ‘constituents.

“This little girl woke up many people. We just miss her camp, said Green; speaking publicly for the first time Wednesday at the headquarters Phillies spring training. “I’m supposed to be a sucker difficult, but I’m not very difficult when it comes to that.”

The Phillies got out of their way to ensure that Green could keep his sunglasses. Knowing that there might be tears, they moved outside the scrum. But Green, 76, wearing a mock turtleneck, green windbreaker and tasseled loafers kept his composure throughout most of 20 minutes.

He said he was his son (a scout for the Los Angeles Dodgers) John, daughter-son and grandson right Roxanna, Dallas, who felt the weight of tragedy.

He expressed a hint of anger and frustration, not directly to the alleged abuser Loughner Jared Lee, but the system that allows weapons like the Glock 19 that were used in the Tucson fire to fall into the wrong hands.

“I do not know anything (good) can really come of it,” Green said. “We just talked about life in the United States and how important it is that is still the best country to live in

(CP) – Dallas Green could not hold back his tears behind his manager dark sunglasses. The metal mount no-nonsense who led the Philadelphia Phillies to their first World Series title in 1980 choked a few times, as talked about the shooting death of his grand-daughter of nine years.

“You know, I’m supposed to be a sucker hard,” Green said Wednesday, “but I’m not fussy when it comes to that.”

Standing behind a field of practice for small Phillies’ spring training complex, Green spoke to reporters for nearly 20 minutes. He thanked everyone for their support, apologized for not returning phone calls and reflected on the memory of the little girl he called his “princess.”

Christina Taylor Green was among six people killed in a shootout on Jan. 8 in Tucson, Arizona, outside a supermarket, where a neighbor had taken her Arizona Rep. Gabrielle Giffords to meet, which was seriously injured.

“She embodied what is good about children, and that is good to grow in the U.S.,” said Green. “She wanted desperately to be a little girl who loved doing what she did. Clearly her interest in politics and go to this function, being in the wrong place at the wrong time, hit a large number of people hard.

“May God bless the lady who took her? It took three balls and tried to protect Christina. Unable to do so. But it was just a wonderful person for the family and Christina. I will never forget. I know she’s going through her own hell, but it should not. Christina does not want and want to be a part of that. They were friends as much as a friend could be in collaboration with the age difference. We extend our best obviously, always. ”

Green, a senior adviser to Phillies general manager Ruben Amaro, Jr., lost 478 games in eight years managing Philadelphia, New York Yankees and New York Mets. Nothing could compare to the loss.

“It was a wonderful little girl,” said Green. “We will miss him desperately.”

Born hours after the tragedy on September 11, 2001, Christina Taylor was a budding politician. She had just been elected student council as a third grader’s elementary school. His level of maturity showed in how she cared for her brother 11 years, Dallas has a form of autism.

“It was a very special young lady, probably older than her age,” said Green. “She and her brother were very close. Christina was the mother as much as Roxanna was a little Dallas. It makes he got on the right bus, made sure he got to karate classes on time. ”

Christina was athletic, of course. Baseball was in her genes. His grandfather started in the majors before becoming a manager. His father, John Green, is a scout for the Dodgers in Los Angeles. Christina was the only daughter of her team of Little League Baseball.

“Christina was the star of her team, if you talk to him about it,” Green said. “She said she was the daughter of the first major league. It is nine years. She was very good. I saw her swing the bat a few times. John said she is not a bad little player for nine years. ”

Green has never considered skipping spring training. Baseball is a welcome distraction and is a little therapeutic while he, his wife, Sylvia, and the rest of the family to cope with this tragedy.

“Dallas has a strong personality. It’s a strong man. I’m sure it’s really difficult for him,” Phillies manager Charlie Manuel said. “I think staying busy and staying focused and things like that, it certainly helps. It’s something that occupies your time. But the time will certainly need help. But I’m sure it’s something that never forgets. ”

Jared Loughner is accused in federal court in the shooting. Green hopes that the senseless murder of awareness on the issue of gun control.

“You hope that there would be some understanding that there are madmen in this world and I guess the only thing I can not pass through my mind, although I am a fighter and I like to and I take my arms, I’m not a Glock or anything or a magazine with 33 bullets in it, “said Green.” It makes no sense for me be able to sell this stuff. I guess I never thought until this happened and what reason is there to have this kind of firearms other than killing people.

“I do not understand that.”

Copyright © 2011 The Associated Press. All rights reserved.

Auburn Trees Poisoned

Auburn Trees Poisoned, Auburn University has shown that less than 24 hours after confirmation of the poisoning of two trees on the historic campus of the school, police arrested a man and charged him in connection with the poisoning. At a news conference Thursday morning, representatives of the College, said Harvey Almorn Updyke, 62, of Dadeville, AL was arrested and charged with criminal mischief in connection with the poisoning of trees in Auburn History Corner Toomer is. Updyke lasts and 50,000 bonds.

School officials said they learned of the poisoning January 27, when a caller Paul Finebaum radio show in Birmingham said he had asked the herbicide called ah Spike80 DF in the soil around trees 130 years. The herbicide is commonly used to kill trees and brush. University officials said they had found lethal amounts in the soil around the trees at Toomer Corner is.

The caller to the Finebaum radio show identified himself as “Al Dadeville,” and said a week after the Iron Bowl football game between Auburn and Alabama, he drove to Auburn and poisoned the trees.

Auburn President Jay Gogue has issued a statement saying the school took all possible options to save trees.

“We will take all possible measures to save the oaks Toomer, who has been home to countless festivals and symbol of the spirit for Auburn Auburn generations of students, fans, alumni and the community,” the statement said.

AP) – A man of 62 years Dadeville was arrested in connection with the poisoning of trees in the historic Toomer Corner Oak Auburn University.

A spokeswoman for the Bureau County Sheriff Lee Harvey said Almorn Updyke Jr. was arrested early Thursday morning and charged with one count of first-degree criminal mischief.

Bond was set at $ 50,000. If convicted, could face an Updyke to 10 years in prison.

A man claiming to be “Al Dadeville” phoned a radio show last month, saying it pays herbicide around the 130-year-old oak trees are the scene of celebrations after sporting victories at Auburn.

Copyright © 2011 The Associated Press. All rights reserved.

Miguel Cabrera

Miguel Cabrera, Detroit Tigers slugger Miguel Cabrera started a big smile by wearing an outfit blue light in his prison ID photo after being arrested Wednesday on suspicion of drunk driving in Florida. This could be Cabrera last smile of the public for some time. It will be bombarded with questions when he reports to camp Tigers Saturday. (AP) – Detroit Tigers slugger Miguel Cabrera was arrested Wednesday on suspicion of drunk driving in Florida, police said, the last episode for the first player who has struggled with problems related to alcohol.

A member in a car spotted Cabrera, 27, with an engine to smoke beside a road in Fort Pierce. Inside the vehicle, Cabrera smelled of alcohol, had slurred speech and took a swig from a bottle of scotch in front of a deputy, according to the office of the St. Lucie County sheriff. He refused to cooperate and several deputies were called to the scene.

The arrest took place about 110 miles south of Lakeland, where the Tigers spring training expectations. Launchers and receivers have started training earlier this week, but the position players like Cabrera did not start until Saturday.

“It is difficult,” said second baseman Carlos Guillen, who is in the camp to recover from an injury. “This is a very good friend. I know he worked hard during the winter to have a good season this year. ”

According to the police report, Cabrera was wandering in the street with his hands before he was handcuffed. He kept saying, “Do you know who I am?” You know nothing of my problems, “and cursed at members who tried to climb into a patrol car.

Cabrera hit a deputy in the left thigh several times with his knee after Cabrera led him into the origin of baseball, from falling into the patrol car. Cabrera refused to take a breath test, deputies said.

He was arrested on charges of driving under the influence of alcohol and resisting an officer without violence. He posted bond and 1,350 and was released from jail at 7:45 am Thursday.

The news was slow to reach the Tigers spring training complex, but Guillen, who like Cabrera of Venezuela, was shaken when he discovered.

“I worry for him. He has great talent, “Guillen said.” It’s hard for him, for us, the Venezuelans. ”

Detroit general manager Dave Dombrowski was not immediately available for comment.

Cabrera is coming off perhaps his best season. He hit .328 with 38 home runs and 126 RBIs in 2010 and finished second to Josh Hamilton in the American League MVP voting.

In 2009, the police said that the purpose of the All-Star first got into a fight with his wife after a night of drinking just before his team gave the American League Central Division title Twins.

Dombrowski had to take Cabrera to the station after the incident. No charges were filed.

During spring training last year, Cabrera said he was made to drink alcohol after having spent much of the offseason in the council.

“You write in” alcoholic “, the paper is not fair,” he said last March before a workout of spring training. “I do not know how to explain, but it is not a drinking problem.”

Cabrera has a home in Boca Raton, about 75 miles south of Fort Pierce. There was no telephone listing for him.

Associated Press writer Jennifer Kay in Miami contributed to this report.

Copyright © 2011 The Associated Press. All rights reserved.

Uncle Leo Seinfeld

Uncle Leo Seinfeld, Uncle Leo Seinfeld character was not a regular. However, Uncle Leo appearances Seinfeld fan favorites were constantly on the hit sitcom. After all, the show was so powerful that any recurring character and the actor was living in pop culture. Actor Len Lesser collected these benefits, although it was only on the series 15 times and had dozens of other jobs during his career. However, Uncle Leo is what Len Lesser is best known for today, after his death at the age of 88.

Lesser was pronounced dead this morning that CNN has claimed that it was because of complications from pneumonia. He also focused on due to cancer, but her daughter said that her death was “very calm” and quick and painless, as he hoped.

I cannot sleep without the TV on if I have this little DVD player on my side of the bed. Every night, I pop a DVD into the game and press.

Throughout the duration of the pregnancy, it was Seinfeld. I think I covered the series at least four times and it never gets old. When I cannot sleep I just roll on press play, and I’m usually lulled back to dreamland by the dulcet tones of Jerry and his gang.

It is therefore with great sadness that I tell you that Uncle Leo is gone.

Len Lesser, best known as Jerry Seinfeld Uncle Leo, died today of complications from pneumonia. The daughter of actor tells TMZ, he died in his sleep this morning in Burbank, and “He was very calm.” Lesser was 88.

American actor who played the debonair yet cantankerous Uncle Leo “on the hit sitcom SEINFELD, died aged 88, reports the New York Daily News. Little died yesterday morning (February 16, 2011) in Burbank, California, on of pneumonia linked to cancer. The actor was admitted to a rehabilitation center near his home several weeks ago and his family said he died in his sleep. His daughter, Michel Petit, paid tribute to the career of his father, saying: “Heaven has a great comedian and actor of today. The outpouring of sympathy we’ve received has been incredible and it is greatly appreciated. Thanks to everyone who contributed to make the last trip my father and surrounded by special love. ” The actor has appeared in 15 episodes of Seinfeld, but his one-liners made him one of the best loved characters in the series. He also had a recurring role on “Everybody Loves Raymond” as Garvin, a friend’s father Raymond. Lesser, who served in the Army during WWII, worked alongside some of the greatest film actors throughout his career,

Phillies Tickets

Phillies Tickets, Phillies tickets were difficult to obtain for years. Phillies tickets but are even more valuable this year, thanks to their new rotation. Citizens Bank Park was best known as a haven for hitters for a long time, and still is in some respects. Yet, everyone can talk about is pitching, since Cliff Lee is back in town with three aces others. As such, the rush is on tickets Phillies today, as individual seats are on sale at 8:30.Phillies game tickets to a sold out quickly on Thursday morning, with more than 300 people in line when tickets are on sale at Citizens Bank Park at 08:30

The first person in line arrived at 19 o’clock Wednesday night. The fan, 19, of Ridley Township Melrath Robert, has also been at the forefront last year, according to team officials. At 10:45 this morning, the line was still stretching to Pattison Avenue. The Phillies, who have already sold over 3 million tickets this season, have sold 123 consecutive games at Citizens Bank Park.

Fans purchasing tickets only game is limited to eight per game. “Our remaining inventory of tickets is limited due to our record number of season, group sales and game pack to date,” said John Weber, vice president of Phillies ticket sales and operations.

Although it has been designated as “No. 1,” Rob Melrath does not seem particularly happy. “It was a lost night,” said restaurant manager of 19 years, moving from Ridley, who camped in the office of Citizens Bank Park box 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, with four friends to ensure they would be well positioned for the Phillies now selling tickets for a match.

After 13 hours, Melrath won No.1 status. The Phillies gave bracelets hopes of tickets rather than having them jockey for position in a line. Some of his friends missed school for the event ticket. When the sale began at 8:30, Melrath had to use his rank at the top and was able to get the four games he has sought for about 120.

In 10 hours, around 300 anxious people are online with more to join as early risers walked away with tickets. Sales were expected to be sustained in the wake of the acquisition team’s pitcher Cliff Lee, an addition that gave the Phillies what many call an ideal starting rotation ever assembled in the sport. Lee joined Roy Halladay, Roy Oswalt, Cole Hamels and, at least for now, Joe Blanton.

“The interest for tickets Phillies reached a peak of all time,” John Weber, vice president of sales and Phillies tickets, said in a press release. “Our inventory of tickets remaining vice is limited due our record this season, the group sales and game pack to date. ”

Judging by the flow of sales from the outset, Weber expected more than half of the Phillies home games to be sold by end of the day.

Last week, the Phillies announced that they had already sold 3.1 million tickets for their home schedule at 81-Thurs This included a base of 28,500 season tickets, group sales and Six Packs Game.

Bed Bath And Beyond Coupon

Bed Bath And Beyond Coupon, The coupons are thus the retailer advertise a new product or to change your behavior. The coupons work, even when you do not use them because when you look, you get the message. And when you clip them on, you’re mentally imagining you purchase the item. Often people will do the first two steps, but forget to use the coupon when they buy the real product. Retailer: 1. Consumer: 0. Coupons have come a long way, baby. There was a time that the more frugal minded out their scissors when sales leaflets Sunday came to the door. Either. You can get incredible bargains if you know where to look. Fortunately for you, I knew where to look this week.
You never know what can happen when too many people learn about a great thing. But I hope it brings me good karma, instead. You know those Bed Bath & Beyond coupons that you receive by mail all the time for 20% discount on any item? First, they never expire. They say they do, but the store will still take them. But here’s my real secret: use these coupons to buy coffee for your Keurig coffee maker. They have the best selection around, and most types are 18 to a box, against 12 at the grocery store. The regular price is (again, for most types) and 10.99, so with your coupon, you can get a box and 9, which comes to 50 cents a cup. I sure beat a cup and 2 of You-Know-Wherebucks.
Are you ready to party? I said … Well, you know the drill. Here is an agreement to any parent of a teenager happy. And every teenager scowling a little less. For $ 90 (half off!) You can give your children a party hosted professional. Choose from a karaoke, a DJ dance music rotating, a live acoustic duo, or some high-octane sport. All you have to do is to define and Doritos chips, put in your earplugs and go read a book while children-tay. You’ll be the coolest parent on the block. Check this agreement unless the family http://www.livingsocial.com Southern Connecticut
The first is the soap dispenser sensor AutoEye. Just as in public restrooms, it distributes soap without touching it. It is listed on Overstock.com and 26.

Then comes the Philips Sonicare FlexCare Electric Toothbrush. This toothbrush has a UV sanitizer to kill germs on your toothbrush, which is really helpful to prevent colds and flu. I have a Sonicare toothbrush (not this version of UV, an old one) and I love it. I have not had a cavity in the 5 years I’ve used and the dental hygienist always says that there is not much for her to do my cleaning! Maybe it’s time to invest in a newer model. $ 189 at Bed Bath & Beyond.

Next is the ear Themometer Theromscan Braun. It is a quick and precise and easy to do the same with children. We have one of those too, and let me give you some advice. Do not reuse the plastic covers little more than a few times. It ceases to be accurate if the ear cover plastic is too old. But it’s great and we love it! My daughter used to check her temperature every morning with her to see if she had a fever so she could stay home from school. $ 50 in pharmacies, and Walgreens usually has a coupon for plastic or the thermometer itself.