Tuesday, April 1, 2014

San Cristobal 31M

San Cristobal 31M

San Cristobal 31M

Posted: 01 Apr 2014 12:03 PM PDT

Continúa la Av. Principal Pueblo Nuevo militarizada

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San Cristobal #1A

Posted: 01 Apr 2014 11:32 AM PDT

Efectivos del ejército y GNB aún apostados en las calles de San Cristobal

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The Library of Congress

Posted: 01 Apr 2014 08:01 AM PDT

If you come to Washington, D.C., you must slot in time to visit to the Library of Congress. Call me biased but I think this is one of the most impressive libraries in the world, for a lot of reasons.

To start with, it is the largest library in the world—a campus of eight buildings, housing about 150 million items—you will never see it all, or even a significant portion of it. Not surprisingly, this is the nation's library so it has a large collection of books, including a number of rare, modern first editions, from authors ranging from Mark Twain to Dr. Seuss, as well as a Gutenberg Bible. On your visit, do not forget to step inside the Main Reading Room. You cannot take pictures there, so memorize every bit of detail that you can about this magnificent room.

You don't have to be a bookworm to appreciate this impressive institution. The Library also has a multimedia collection; it even offers tips on how to preserve your own digital photos.

Wander through the various reading rooms and before you know it, hours will have passed and you will have barely scratched the surface. You will want to come back and I often do to come visit my favorite place - the Jefferson Building. The interior is gorgeous! I lose track of time just looking at all the stunning architectural details and the murals, especially if I have my camera with me!

You can either walk around on your own or join the free guided tour, which lasts about an hour.

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Modus Operandi operación militar San Cristobal

Posted: 31 Mar 2014 10:05 PM PDT

En el video puede verse el modus operandi de la operacion militar que ha tomado la ciudad de San Cristobal durante los ultimos 3 dias para derribar las barricadas de las principales zonas de resistencia de la ciudad.

Como podran ver en el video, la operacion terrestre es apoyada por helicopteros que sobrevuelan constantemente la ciudad ubicando las zonas de barricadas para ser objeto de remocion por parte de las cuadrillas terrestres.

fernando del rincon ha solicitado evidencias de los helicopteros... Aqui estan en este video.

Mi cuenta ireport es

Les agradezco encarecidamente la difusion de este testimonio.

Mil gracias,

Gerardo Mogollon

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Represión Chacao Lunes 31 Marzo

Posted: 31 Mar 2014 07:30 PM PDT

Otra noche más de la brutal represión en Chacao... mientras en la televisión solo se habla de diálogo el gobierno envía sus tropas asesinas a las calles... cabe destacar que esto es una zona residencial, por lo q hay niños ancianos, nadie se salva

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Ataque en pirineos! Tachira

Posted: 31 Mar 2014 07:21 PM PDT

PNB y regional atacando casas

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Militares en San Cristobal Edo-Tachira 31.03.2014 a las 5y30pm

Posted: 31 Mar 2014 07:12 PM PDT

esto ocurrio en la parte de barrio sucre, sin embargo muchas personas salieron con cacerolas y banderas! habian no menos de 300 efectivos junto con tanquetas.

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Giant gourds tip scale at 40 kilos

Posted: 31 Mar 2014 06:08 AM PDT

Israeli farmer Rami Sadeh says there was no hocus-pocus involved when he and fellow agriculturist Shoni Gal grew headline-grabbing enormous pumpkins in the hothouses of Ein Yahav.


The gigantic winter squashes, grown by the agricultural village's produce company Yofi Shel Yerakot (Beauty of Vegetables), are the latest fruits to steer the world of agritech's eyes to Israel's desert.


After all, it is in the Arava Desert that Israeli farmers grow the country's largest percentage of produce exports including peppers, tomatoes, cherry tomatoes, eggplants, melons, watermelons, table grapes, herbs and dates. The Arava growing season is 11 months of the year, and farmers use organic pest control.


The pumpkins – weighing in at 40 kilograms and stretching to a meter long each – are actually for domestic use. Winter squashes are usually hollow but these new massive gourds are solid and are meant for being chopped up and sold in pieces.


According to a press release from the Agriculture Ministry, each pumpkin will cost about $28 whole and are being sold to local wholesalers.


Yofi Shel Yerakot has a record for jumbo fruits and veggies. They also grew last year's world-record Godzilla bell pepper. The giant vegetable snagged a Guinness World Record when it grew to weigh 600 grams; the average bell pepper weighs 113 grams.


The water is another reason for Israel's desert agriculture successes.


Sadeh says contrary to what one would think, there is actually "a lot of water" in the desert, though it's brackish (salty). Research has shown that salty water produces sweeter produce.


"It's water from the ground, with salt in the water. And because the fruits and vegetables are in stress and need more water to grow, they grow bigger and even sweeter,"

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Taiwan: Protests and Pandas (3/30/2014)

Posted: 31 Mar 2014 12:48 AM PDT

On Sunday, March 30, 2014, over 110,000 students and protesters came together in Taipei to stand up again President Ma and the Cross-Strait Service Trade Agreement that was passed through on March 18th.


The bill is an open trade agreement with China, and was quietly passed, leading many to occupy the Legislative branch in retaliation.


Sunday's protest was so far the largest in response to this growing issue in Taiwan.


Filming and Editing by Alexander Harris
Interviews and Translations by Chien Min (Kevin) Lo

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Represión Chacao 30 Marzo

Posted: 30 Mar 2014 08:44 PM PDT

Hoy le tocó el turno de la represión a la Policia NaZional Bolivariana... todo empezó con una protesta pacífica en una asamblea de ciudadanos con el Alcalde del Municipio Ramón Muchacho a la media hora de que se retirara el alcalde comenzó la arremetida... anexaré un video en donde se puede observar la actuación de la policía contra los manifestantes y sobretodo contra los vecinos del casco histórico de Chacao que vale acotar q muchos son de la tercera edad... estos lo vivimos casi todas las noches desde hace casi 2 meses... espero que le sirvan estos videos para ver como actúan estos "cuerpos de seguridad" .... La calidad del video no es la mejor pero fue grabado con un celular... gracias infinitas por el apoyo...

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Fall Colors 2013

Posted: 30 Mar 2014 12:44 AM PDT

Awesome fall color location - New Hampshire


It was next to an abandoned hotel / resort. My wife and I drove inside to the place as it looked very colorful and beautiful. As we kept going inside towards the hotel it started getting more silent and scary :-). That's when we saw this totally abandoned building with broken windows, etc. It was a scary but great experience. Although we did come out and took few clicks. So what we are seeing here is a house standing secluded between these beautiful fall colors.

Nikon 3100, 35mm F1/1.8

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