Tuesday, March 11, 2014

Fotos Venezuela

Fotos Venezuela

Fotos Venezuela

Posted: 11 Mar 2014 12:19 PM PDT

Enviado desde mi BlackBerry de Movistar

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Posted: 11 Mar 2014 11:20 AM PDT

Protestas en Venezuela Estado Anzoategui. Estudiantes de la USM .....Twitter: @Valeriaacostas

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Malaysia Airlines MH370 / TomNod crowd-search

Posted: 11 Mar 2014 10:35 AM PDT

I was able to get onto the TomNod site earlier today, and found a VERY interesting satellite image. Scale looks proper for a 777-200. I don't know how to tell the lat / long of that map, but am hoping by tagging it on TomNod that they will take a closer look and notify the searchers / authorities if appropriate. The website seems overloaded with traffic, but the link is: (image attached).

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Levantamiento de barricadas

Posted: 11 Mar 2014 10:06 AM PDT

Martes 11 de Marzo en la urbanización Humboldt, llegó la GNB con varias máquinas a limpiar la avenida, acompañando a un grupo de Pro-Maduristas, Reservistas Nacionales y Policías del Estado Mérida, todos ellos para lograr despejar las calles algunos insultos de los manifestantes, forcejeos, un GNB disparó al aire, un manifestante herido y varios Pro-Maduristas amenazando con sus palas. Todo en un ambiente de tensión y desespero por algunos de los residentes.

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Protests Erupt in Turkey Following Boy's Death

Posted: 11 Mar 2014 09:53 AM PDT

With nationwide municipal elections less than three weeks away, tensions are rising throughout Turkey following the death of a 15-year-old boy who went into a coma last June after a police officer shot him in the head with a canister of tear gas during the infamous Gezi Park protests. It was reported that the young boy was on his way to get bread for his family when he was targeted and shot. Berkin Elvan passed away Tuesday morning at a hospital in Istanbul after being in a coma for 269 days. Doctors reported that his health had deteriorated over the past several weeks, and his body weight had dropped to just 35 pounds.

Mourners and protesters clashed with police outside the hospital on Tuesday as crowds gathered near the entrance. Riot police fired tear gas at some 2,000 protesters near the Middle East Technical University in Ankara. At Yeditepe University (pictured), a private institution of approximately 20,000 students located on the Asian side of Istanbul, hundreds of students demonstrated on campus, walking between university buildings, chanting and calling their peers in nearby classrooms to join, and holding up signs and pictures of Berkin. In Kadıköy, a popular neighborhood at the edge of the Bosphorus Straight that is home to many university students, several water canon tanks rolled onto one of the main avenues Tuesday evening in preparation of further demonstrations.

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Colectivos despues de la muerte de el estudiante

Posted: 11 Mar 2014 09:35 AM PDT

Colectivos en camionetas despues de la muerte del estudiante en la av carabobo

10 marzo del 2014, San Cristobal. Edo Táchira.

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Tanqueta de la GN en San Cristóbal

Posted: 11 Mar 2014 07:55 AM PDT

Video del paso arrasador de una tanqueta de la GN en San Cristóbal.

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I'm more than my score of zero

Posted: 11 Mar 2014 07:45 AM PDT

I never took the SATs or ACTs and my life turned out great. I earned an Associates in Arts (AA), Associates in Nursing (RN), Bachelors in Nursing (BSN), Master in Business Administration (MBA), Master of Science in Nursing, and now I'm currently enrolled in a Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) program at Grand Canyon University.
I graduated at the bottom of my high school class and then joined the Navy. The Navy taught me to do it right the first time and I've carried that with me all the way. I never let test scores determine my career path and its paid off.
Dustin Ross MBA, MSN, RN

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Fly for Boston

Posted: 11 Mar 2014 07:10 AM PDT

I have never been a runner, nor will I ever be one. Not because I physically can't, but because running has never really moved me in the way that it moves others. Maybe it's a result of being pushed in the blazing heat by my middle school gym teacher to run laps around a field that seemed as endless as the Sahara desert, or maybe it just isn't for me, but regardless, I've never liked it. What I do like is the irreplaceable feeling you get when you push yourself through something that feels like it might just make your heart beat right out of its chest like the bass from a speaker. Your body is moving, the sweat is pouring as each bead hits the floor beneath you, your mind and your feet are both on a mission- each doing their separate job yet working together to get where you want to be. This feeling sets me on fire and I wouldn't let anyone put it out for the life of me. I get this feeling from
indoor cycling.

Last April 15th, 2013, I stood at the finish line of the Boston Marathon waiting for friends to cross as I had done every year for as long as I could think back. At this point, almost a year from the anniversary of it all, I don't have to explain what happened next, but I never got to see them cross. Instead, I got to run on autopilot, across the bridge to Cambridge, crying while continuously calling them on redial, wondering if they were dead or alive. I looked behind me as I ran, being shoved by complete strangers and comforted by others, for seconds that felt like hours I couldn't locate three of my friends that I was with. For an otherwise optimistic person, the visions that came into my head of what had happened to them were a cross between the most gruesome trauma you could imagine and scene from a Steven King movie. The fear was irreplaceable until I found each and every person I loved who was there and realized that they were okay. The fear was gone until I realized that other people who were running beside me also loved the people who weren't okay. Then the fear came back, along with the sympathy I felt for them, mixed with guilt for being spared from harm.

I didn't step foot in the Back Bay until June, two full months later. All along I had wanted to see the memorial, the crowds, the beautiful displays of compassion left by strangers from around the world, but I couldn't get there. I couldn't even ride the MBTA for a month after. Nobody could be trusted. Sleep was interrupted by nightmares. The news became my enemy as I swear I would scream if I saw one more second of media coverage on the topic. The Back Bay had went from a place of entertainment and relaxation, my college stomping grounds, my favorite streets to walk down, to the last place in the city that I ever wanted to be. Even while celebrating a friend's birthday this past winter at Forum, the restaurant where one of the bombs went off directly in front, I felt guilty. How could this be a place of celebration ever again?


Then, this past November, a friend took me to try a spin class at the new boutique indoor cycling studio in the Prudential Center called Flywheel. I was hesitant at first, resistant to change and new experiences, never really planning to get into it but instead just go through the motions to say I tried it. What happened next was the best out of body experience that my physical body was capable of. Flywheel is a place where you push the limits of what you think you can handle- mentally, physically, and emotionally. I felt embarrassed at times, tears rolling down my cheeks in the middle of a song that reminded me of how fortunate I am to have two legs and two feet that allow me to be on that bike. Thankfully it was dark enough that I'm sure nobody saw me. It didn't matter. I hadn't felt that type of gratitude in a long time and it was the type that I had only been thinking of since the events of the marathon. As I pedaled harder and faster I envisioned what would have happened if I had moved about 40 feet over from where I was standing at the finish line that day. I likely wouldn't have had the ability to be on that bike right then and there. I saw my speed rise with each moment of appreciation. I felt my heart pump in a way that was more than just a cardiovascular workout, it was hitting my chest with each pedal stroke, reminding me that I was alive and well. I felt so damn lucky to be both of those things.

It isn't just me either. The culture at Flywheel is that of deep appreciation for health and well being along with a strong connection for all things that symbolize strength. There have been numerous times that the instructors themselves have spoken about "being in the moment" and "thanking your body for bringing you to class," feeling the pride that sometimes goes overlooked by healthy people in everyday life. I vowed to stop going through the motions, at Flywheel, and in every aspect of my life. When the lights hit and the Torque board comes on in class that shows your stats to the class and puts you in a ranking based on your performance, it isn't about the motions, it's about the emotions.

My life changed on April 15th, 2013. Never again will I be able to walk down Boylston Street and not think about what happened that day. Never again will I be able to look down at my own two feet and not imagine what life would be like without them. Never again will I take for granted my ability to hop on the bike at Flywheel (in almost addicted schedule of about six times a week) and literally fly until I think my legs are going to give out from under me. They won't. In fact, each time I close my eyes and feel the music, the energy, and the gratitude I have for their strength, my body and my heart get a little bit stronger.


I fly for Boston.

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Venezuela, guardia capturando estudiante 09 marzo 2014

Posted: 10 Mar 2014 08:36 PM PDT

Buenas noches, a continuación les adjunto el video donde capturan a un estudiante mientras trataba de correr por estar protestando de forma pacífica. Los hechos ocurrieron el domingo 09 marzo del año 2014. En Venezuela, estado Lara en el municipio de Palavecino, cabudare a las 9:30am aprox. Enviado desde Samsung Mobile

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March 10. Protest in Iceland again in Reykjavik

Posted: 10 Mar 2014 12:50 PM PDT

Still a protest meeting today in Reykjavik in front of the Parliament building .
People demanding that the Goverment keeps its promise on holding a national refferendum on talking to EU - on joining,
People made speaches , and asked - are you working for the Goverment - or is the Goverment working for you .
Parliament was in session ,and discussing the matter about the natinal refferendum
But the weather was cold , raining and quite windy .
The protest was peaceful but with a lot of noise - and you can see on the video - members of Parliament where watching and taking photos from inside the Parliament building

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Marcha de la Salud

Posted: 10 Mar 2014 09:28 AM PDT

Foto tomada por mi en valencia venezuela 11am por una mejor atencion al sector salud Gracias Madeleva Aude Enviado desde Samsung Mobile

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Shaving heads in front of Chinese Embassy, protestors demand freedom for political prisoner

Posted: 10 Mar 2014 08:40 AM PDT

WASHINGTON – A group of demonstrators gathered outside the Chinese Embassy in Washington Friday to shave their heads in solidarity with a political prisoner in China.


Liu Xia has been under house arrest in Beijing since 2010. She was arrested shortly after her husband, Liu Xiaobo, the imprisoned civil rights and democratic reforms advocate, was awarded the 2010 Nobel Peace Prize in jail.


Liu was hospitalized recently, citing heart problems and depression from being detained at home. Her family has requested that she be allowed to seek medical treatment overseas, but the Chinese government has thus far refused.


Demonstrators called on the U.S. government to pressure China to release Liu and her husband.



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Thank you for protecting our way of life

Posted: 10 Mar 2014 04:44 AM PDT

I want to send a shout out to my son - Captain Tyler Boring. He is attached the U.S.S. Bataan. Tyler is a AH-1 Cobra pilot. Words cannot describe how proud your mother and I are of you. Thank you for protecting our way of life. Be safe. We love you and miss you.


Wishing you smooth air and a safe voyage,


Love Dad

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Posted: 10 Mar 2014 12:52 AM PDT

hi sir/miss
i have some information about the 2people who was in MH370 with stolen passport.
i got the information from one of the passenger mother.
and i have they picture and they real information.
on of them was my high school friend.
and i already give the information to the malaysian airline. and im on contact with his mother and i can get more information.
i thought maybe my information can help to the world.
and i put the last picture of them.
2nd on the left is pouria with Austrian passport and 1st on the right is reza with italy passport.
tank you

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Pro-Russia demonstrations in Crimea

Posted: 09 Mar 2014 03:48 PM PDT

I want to share this video of pro-Russia demonstrations at 9th of March in Simferopol, Crimea.

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