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By 9Fs5Ym On May 29th, 2017

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You know that any new addition to your home, especially a puppy, needs plenty of attention and be cared for extensively. Before purchasing a live household member, gets the facts about their routine, their everyday life and their traits. If you dont, you may regret getting the puppy later. Mull over these things before your purchase:

First thing – learn about the puppys distinguishing traits and their conduct. If they have a lifestyle that is vastly different from your own, you may want to try to find another puppy. Boxer puppies want someone to pay attention to them at all times. If they arent, theyll try to get it by doing something naughty. Puppies that are lonely and bored can become ill. Try to give it regular exercise to avoid any emotional and physical pain.

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Second thing – boxer puppies like to live life carefree and may wander around aimlessly. Since they can be so active, it would be in your best interest to move any valuables from his/her path. Boxers make wonderful buddies for young children. While having babies/toddlers in the same room with boxers is fine, never leave them unattended together. The boxer may accidentally hurt the child.

Third thing – boxers are sociable and want to be around people and other animals. It is a very good trait to have in animals so you want to encourage that. When he/she is a puppy, introduce them to tons of people and pets. You want the socialization to be with the right kind of people so your puppy can know the difference as he/she matures.

Fourth thing – If it seems your puppy is very shy, get him/her socialization as soon as possible. Take him/her places with you including the pet store. Keep in mind that two females in the same household are a bit much because female boxers are quite antagonistic.

Fifth thing – Boxers make wonderful pets; but like humans, they do have some bad qualities. They can get stubborn if they are not shown the right way on how to act. Be sure to place your puppy in some sort of obedience training class. You want the best for him/her and you.

Sixth thing – Be sure to give your puppy all the exercise he needs to burn off those energy levels. If you dont, you could have a rather destructive puppy on your hands. Take them for walks, give him space to run around and be sure you play with him/her at the same time.

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Too Grimm? Mother Goose cartoonist sued by Colombian coffee growers

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Too Grimm? Mother Goose cartoonist sued by Colombian coffee growers
By 9Fs5Ym On May 29th, 2017

Sunday, January 11, 2009

While it was just a joke, the Federación Nacional de Cafeteros de Colombia doesn’t find a recent “Mother Goose and Grimm” comic terribly funny.

In what the coffee growers association calls “an attack on national dignity and the reputation of Colombian coffee,” the characters in a comic strip by Pulitzer Prize-winning cartoonist Mike Peters call into question the relationship of Colombian coffee growers and the crime syndicates of Columbia.

The cartoonist is being sued not only for “damages [to] the intellectual heritage” of the coffee, but also “moral compensation. A public manifestation,” to the tune of $20 million.

At the start of a week-long series of strips, a dog character named “Ralph” finds out that part of chemist and food storage technician Fred Baur‘s remains was buried in a Pringles can, upon his last wishes. Baur’s best known innovation, among multiple, was the patented can and packing method for the Pringles potato chip. The character theorizes what other remains might be interred in their food packaging. Eventually, the dog states that “when they say there’s a little bit of Juan Valdez in every can, maybe they’re not kidding.” This play on an old advertising slogan refers to fictional character Juan Valdez, created by the Federación Nacional.

In a statement Peters says:

I had no more thought to insult Colombia and Juan Valdez than I did Pringles, Betty Crocker, Col. Sanders, Dr. Pepper and Bartles & Jaymes. The cartoon is meant to be read along with the rest of the week as a series of which the theme is based on the fact that the inventor of the Pringles can had his ashes buried in one.

I thought this was a humorous subject and all of my Mother Goose & Grimm cartoons are meant to make people laugh. I truly intended no insult.

Julio Cesar Gonzalez, El Tiempo newspaper’s famous cartoonist, told the BBC that the lawsuit is “a real waste of time.”

In 2006, the Federación Nacional sued Café Britt over their advertising campaign titled “Juan Valdez drinks Costa Rican coffee. In a counter-suit, Britt presented an affidavit from a Costa Rican man named “Juan Valdez”, acknowledging that he drinks Costa Rican coffee, and that the name is too generic to be exclusive. A variety of legal challenges and charges from both sides were eventually dropped. The phrase was actually first used in a 1999 speech by Jaime Daremblum, then-Costa Rican ambassador to the United States.

Mother Goose and Grimm appears in over 800 newspapers worldwide; Peters has won the Pulitzer for his editorial cartoons for the Dayton Daily News. Thirty years ago, his editorial cartoon about electricity prices featured Reddy Kilowatt, an electricity generation spokescharacter. The Daily News defended that comic image in the United States Supreme Court, winning on the basis that “the symbol was not selling a product”, and thus the satire was legally permissible.

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Rely On Experts For Spanish Japanese Translation

By 9Fs5Ym On May 22nd, 2017

Rely on experts for Spanish Japanese translation

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Spanish Japanese translation as with all other translated content has various issues. The most important are use of punctuation and length of sentences; Japanese tends to use lengthy sentences. It is not a good idea to adopt the same approach while translating into any of the European languages. In such cases it is a better idea to subdivide the content into three or four smaller sentences. This is as true of Spanish Japanese translation as well as Japanese to Portuguese translation or into English for that matter.

In proficient Spanish Japanese translation it is important to ensure that the translation is free flowing and uses easy language. This can only come with easy familiarity of editing and writing. It also requires good reading skills. Some writing like technical writing seeks to pack in jargon that is not easily understandable. This is a bad strategy. Effective translation from one foreign language to another like for example Italian translation into Japanese requires simple and easily flowing sentences that are easy for readers to comprehend.

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Language should be easily comprehensible to all types of readers. Therefore it is not a good idea to use very sophisticated language that nobody can understand. The approach toSpanish Japanese translation and other types of translation might also depend on whether an individual interpreter is being employed or somebody from a translation agency.

Cultural norms are also important in Spanish Japanese translation and other types of translation. In Japan, writers and interpreters meet many different kinds of people. In such cases whether to bow or shake hands might be a dilemma. Apart from that cultural norms also need to be reflected in Spanish translation into Japanese.

Translation is often a solitary and labour intensive activity. Hence it is important to know how the translator is going about his task. In business needs particularly this is important. It is necessary to establish a direct interface with the translator to see that the translated copy is as per the requirements. It is also necessary to be clear whether the content is purely for information purposes or for sales. This can also determine the nature of the finished copy and invoicing requirements. Not to be ignored either in Spanish Japanese into translation and any other language translation into Japanese is the graphic layout of printed materials. Therefore translation is a multi faceted endeavor which involves constant cooperation and coordination.

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Buffalo, N.Y. hotel proposal approved by Common Council

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Buffalo, N.Y. hotel proposal approved by Common Council
By 9Fs5Ym On May 22nd, 2017
Buffalo, N.Y. Hotel Proposal Controversy
Recent Developments
  • “120 year-old documents threaten development on site of Buffalo, N.Y. hotel proposal” — Wikinews, November 21, 2006
  • “Proposal for Buffalo, N.Y. hotel reportedly dead: parcels for sale “by owner”” — Wikinews, November 16, 2006
  • “Contract to buy properties on site of Buffalo, N.Y. hotel proposal extended” — Wikinews, October 2, 2006
  • “Court date “as needed” for lawsuit against Buffalo, N.Y. hotel proposal” — Wikinews, August 14, 2006
  • “Preliminary hearing for lawsuit against Buffalo, N.Y. hotel proposal rescheduled” — Wikinews, July 26, 2006
  • “Elmwood Village Hotel proposal in Buffalo, N.Y. withdrawn” — Wikinews, July 13, 2006
  • “Preliminary hearing against Buffalo, N.Y. hotel proposal delayed” — Wikinews, June 2, 2006
Original Story
  • “Hotel development proposal could displace Buffalo, NY business owners” — Wikinews, February 17, 2006

Wednesday, March 22, 2006

Buffalo, New York — The city’s Common Council met in Council Chambers today with a full agenda. Among the items in the agenda was the Elmwood Village Hotel proposal.

The Elmwood Village Hotel is a proposed hotel by Savarino Construction Services Corporation and is designed by architect Karl Frizlen of the Frizlen Group. It is to be placed on the corner of Elmwood and Forest Avenues in Buffalo and will require the demolition of at least five properties (1109-1121 Elmwood).

During the hour-and-a-half meeting, the Common Council approved the hotel proposal. The entire voting process for the proposal took less than two minutes, and the public was not allowed to speak. The Council voted unanimously in support of the proposal; however, the city’s Planning Board must also approve the proposal. The Board will meet on Tuesday, March 28, 2006 at 8:00 a.m. on the 9th floor of City Hall, room 902.

The approval allows for the rezoning of all five properties, including 605 Forest, to a “special development plan,” or a C-2 zone.

“There is a ‘special development plan’ in front of the council, which changes only one thing about the zoning. It allows one permitted use — for just a hotel. The rest of the zoning remains as it is under the current Elmwood Business District zoning. 605 and 607 Forest are not required for the project. They are not part of the footprint for the project. Let me answer this question again. This is on the record, in council: 605 needs to be rezoned in order to facilitate the project because of the sideyard requirement. Anything in C-2 is excluded besides the hotel. So we’ve taken the C-2 and included the hotel as a permitted use, and excluded everything else, and everything else remains the same,” Eva Hassett, Vice President of Savarino Consrtruction, said to Wikinews during a public meeting on March 16, 2006.

However, during the same meeting, Pano Georgiadis, owner of 605 Forest and owner of Pano’s Restaurant on Elmwood, threatened to “sue” Savarino Construction saying, “If you try to get a variance to change the code, I will sue you. This is my home, number one.”

Savarino Construction hopes to break ground this Summer.

Despite the Council’s approval, organizers have scheduled another protest that will be held this Saturday, March 25, 2006 at 2:00 p.m. on Forest and Elmwood.

Some citizens are even considering legal action and are considering an “injunction in State Supreme Court,” going “pro se, meaning I am going to present the case myself,” said Clarence Carnahan, a concerned citizen and local business owner who is opposed to the hotel, to Wikinews.

Carnahan wrote a “notice of cease and desist” which was also presented to the Council at today’s meeting.

Patty Morris, co-owner of Don Apparel with Nancy Pollina, said, “We are going to fight the good fight to the bitter end, but we cannot afford it [legal action]. Now it’s a legal matter, and it’s in the hands of the law, and I know there are some people very interested in hiring a lawyer.”

Nancy Pollina says that she is “looking into a defense fund” and is currently talking to lawyers.

==Related Wikinews==

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This article features first-hand journalism by Wikinews members. See the collaboration page for more details.
  • “Citizens protest Buffalo, N.Y. hotel proposal” — Wikinews, March 20, 2006
  • “Buffalo, N.Y. hotel proposal threatened by possible lawsuit” — Wikinews, March 16, 2006
  • “Buffalo, N.Y. hotel proposal delayed further” — Wikinews, March 10, 2006
  • “No hotel previously on site of proposed Buffalo, N.Y. hotel location” — Wikinews, March 4, 2006
  • “City Planning Board postpones decision on Buffalo, N.Y. hotel proposal” — Wikinews, March 2, 2006
  • “Residents and business owners attend “private” meeting on Buffalo, N.Y. hotel proposal” — Wikinews, February 28, 2006
  • “Eva Hassett, VP of Savarino Construction Services Corp. answers questions on Buffalo, N.Y. hotel redesign” — Wikinews, February 27, 2006
  • “Alternative to controversial hotel proposed to Buffalo, N.Y. business owners and residents” — Wikinews, February 23, 2006
  • “Hotel development proposal could displace Buffalo, NY business owners” — Wikinews, February 17, 2006

Business Brief for December 20, 2005

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Business Brief for December 20, 2005
By 9Fs5Ym On May 22nd, 2017

Tuesday, December 20, 2005

Contents

  • 1 THQ signs with Massive Network
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  • 2 Texas’s largest utility, TXU, offers Internet over power lines
    • 2.1 Sources

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Israel bans nonresidents from Gaza

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Israel bans nonresidents from Gaza
By 9Fs5Ym On May 22nd, 2017

Friday, August 12, 2005

In a policy change prompted by activists staying in Gaza protesting Israel’s plan to close Jewish settlements there, Israel announced that nonresidents will not be allowed into the territory.

Israel’s Southern Command on Thursday announced “only residents of the Israeli communities in the Gaza Strip will be allowed [entry into Gaza]”, where the Jewish state plans to end its decades-long presence.

Israel also will stop issuing permits to close relatives of settlers.

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By 9Fs5Ym On May 22nd, 2017

The Biggest Marketing Challenges for SaaS Providers

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MSMEs are an important and an integrated segment for any Country’s economic growth and employment opportunities. Across the world, there are more than 500 Million MSMEs. In India alone, we have more than 60 million MSME’s that contributes around 17% of GDP and generates nearly 40% of employment. So from employment perspective, it is important for MSMEs to survive and flourish.

We spoke to many Business Owners and made an attempt to understand on why they are not adapting Computers or Softwares or Cloud solutions. Each one had different reasons and let me summarise those challenges based on their inputs and our understanding of this segment.

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Today most of the businesses are failing as the Business owners do not understand the complete business or have not done a thorough research on the challenges faced, what is required to be successful etc. Many of them don’t know who is their target customer and how to reach them etc. They copy the successful business and follow it blindly.

1. Reach out to Customers: Most of them follow the same pattern or approach that’s used by their Friends and Seniors. They put on a website and spend money on digital marketing, but do not understand what’s required to acquire the customers and retain them. A prospective customer told us that he spent more than Rs 50,000 (USD 750) on Website, payment gateway etc. and couldn’t get even a single customer through this channel after several months of marketing. His expenditure increased, but not the customers.

2. Loosing the Trust: Some (so called) Consultants and Advisors made sure to collect their fees, but didn’t deliver what they promised to Business owners leaving a bad taste.

3. My case is different: Most of the Business owners strongly believe that their business model and customer acquisition strategies are different from others. But most of them repeat the same errors.

4. Resource problems: A frequent churn out of people who are on the key positions can result into Company’s death. I have seen cases where the employees move from one company to another for meager Rs 1000 (USD 15) per month. So this impacts Business owners and he is not able to make a future plans or business expansion.

5. Today many Business owners either follow manual process or use Excel or Expensive standalone software or Depend on Accountants to manage their Accounting work. While the dependency on Accountants and standalone software resolve some issues, but these are expensive and do not solve the problems of business mobility and flexibility on the services, availability of right Information to make a decision etc.

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Toxic wetlands may be cause of thousands of bird deaths in Western Australia

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Toxic wetlands may be cause of thousands of bird deaths in Western Australia
By 9Fs5Ym On May 22nd, 2017

Sunday, January 14, 2007

Western Australian government authorities say they believe a toxin may be responsible for the recent mysterious death of an estimated 5,000 birds found in the area of Esperance – on the state’s south eastern coastline. Autopsies by toxicologists from the WA Department of Agriculture will test for organochlorins, organophosphates and heavy metals.

Esperance residents first noticed large numbers of dead birds littering their streets and gardens on December 7 last year. Populations of honeyeaters, wattle birds and miners have reportedly been effected.

The birds were being found vomiting and convulsing in bushland and suburban backyards over an extensive area. Department of Environment and Conservation‘s (DEC) nature conservation coordinator Mike Fitzgerald says toxic wetlands near Esperance are the most likely reason for the mass bird deaths.

The DEC says it has failed to figure out the cause of death despite interviewing industry groups, farmers, grain handlers and timber companies about pesticide and chemical use.

Birds Australia, the peak group dedicated to the conservation, study and enjoyment of Australia’s native birds and their habitats, said it had not heard of a similar occurrence. “Not on that scale, and all at the same time, and also the fact that it’s several different species,” chief executive Graeme Hamilton told the Sunday Times. “You’d have to call that a most unusual event and one that we’d all have to be concerned about.”

Mike Fitzgerald said the DEC were looking at something “pretty potent.” “This is not a normal situation. The common thing that we have seen and heard is that the affected birds have an insatiable thirst… If it turns out to be a toxin that is responsible, that will raise more questions because there is no obvious source of exposure.”

The deaths could be a result of a drier than normal winter, causing algal and bacterial blooms in the Esperance Lakes Nature Reserves. Esperance recorded 457mm rainfall in 2006; the average is 620mm.

Initially, health authorities feared a virus, such as the deadly avian bird flu, was responsible. That was quickly ruled out, along with poisoning from bacteria or eating poisoned insects.

The first deaths were reported by Esperance resident Michelle Crisp – who lives close to the worst-affected area. Dozens of native birds began dying in her back yard a week before Christmas. She says she contacted neighbours to discover if they were experiencing the same thing. Mrs Crisp found four dead birds, then 16, then 30 and finally up to 80.

Mike Fitzgerald said that any one of hundreds of toxins could be causing the deaths but so far all leads had not produced any answers.

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Corruption blamed for Papuan rainforest destruction

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Corruption blamed for Papuan rainforest destruction
By 9Fs5Ym On May 22nd, 2017

Thursday, March 2, 2006

A new report on the commercial logging industry in Papua New Guinea (PNG) released by international forestry organization, Forest Trends, shows that the overwhelming majority of current commercial industrial forestry operations in PNG are ecologically and economically unsustainable.

Foreign logging companies are in open defiance of the law and cutting down Papua New Guinea’s rainforests, thanks to corruption and government inaction, the report alleges. Washington-based environmental group, Forest Trends, linked Malaysian loggers to Papua New Guinea’s political elite. It described working conditions as “modern-day slavery” and said forests were effectively being logged out.

While the PNG Government does have laws and regulations to ensure sustainable timber production, these were not being enforced, the report states. It identified “a political vacuum with no demonstrated government interest in controlling the problems in the sector.”

The report summarised independent reviews of the timber industry between 2000 and 2005. Forest Trends claimed corruption had devastated rural living standards and ignored the basic rights of landowners: “There are a few logging operations in the country which are deemed beneficial to both local landowners and the country, but they are lost in a sea of bad operators. The Government needs to support these companies, or risk having the international community boycott all of PNG’s exports.”

Natural forests are being chopped down unsustainably, mostly by Malaysian companies, the organisation says.

It reports that much of the labour is imported, and says that Papua New Guineans are not getting an acceptable return for the logging while one of the country’s precious natural resources is dwindling. Most of the timber is exported to China, and is often turned into products for export to Western countries.

If foresting continues in this manner, they warn, Papua New Guinea could be bereft of its natural cover in a decade.

“The system must be fixed,” said Michael Jenkins, President & CEO of Forest Trends. “The nexus between the logging companies and the political elite needs to be broken. One way to do this is to help local landowners better understand their rights and to establish a legal fund so that they can be defended. Papua New Guinea’s legal system does exist outside of political control and the courts have a track record of ruling against illegal logging.”

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Why Many People Prefer A Silicone Lubricant}

By 9Fs5Ym On May 20th, 2017

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A silicone lubricant is the lube of choice for many people, and there are a lot of good reasons why silicone lubricant is the preferred sexual lube over water based ones and oil based ones. Silicone lubricant in general is more expensive than water based ones, but they also last a lot longer, so you dont have to buy as much as often.

Silicone lubricant is great for any type of sexual activity that doesnt involve sex toys made out of silicone. Silicone plus silicone toys equals broken toys, so keep that in mind. Many people like the silky glide feeling that silicone lubricant provides, and the silicone lubricant is long lasting, so you dont have to stop several times to reapply it. Oil based lube will stain your bed sheets, but silicone lubricant usually will not do that. There are many formulas of silicone lubricant that wont stain fabrics, so many people use it because they can relax and not worry about buying new sheets in the morning.

Silicone lubricant has a smooth feeling to it, just like water based and oil based lubricants do. The difference with silicone lubricant though is that it doesnt feel greasy, oily, or slimy, and when it dries, it does not have a sticky or clumpy consistency to it. Silicone lubricant is safe for use with latex and other condoms, so people like it for that reason as well. You can use silicone lubricant with latex sex toys and birth control devices such as diaphragms.

Silicone lubricant is usually very safe for people with sensitive skin or allergies to the other types of lubricants. Silicone lubricant is sold in many different varieties of forms, and is available as flavored lube, lubricant that warms on contact, and even some of the silicone lubricant cools the skin on contact. There is silicone lubricant that is specifically designed for men, women, and even silicone lubricant that is specifically formulated to help people slip into latex and rubber clothing for nights of fetish fun.

Silicone lubricant has a drawback for people who have toys that are made of silicone. Toys that are made of silicone cannot be used with silicone lubricant. Silicone is made up of tiny glass balls, and since glass balls rubbing together break down, this same thing happens with silicone rubbing against silicone. Other than the damper on the silicone sex toy deal, silicone lubricant is considered by many to be as close to perfect as you can get.

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