the importance of imagery in writing
Bed delivered yesterday, mattress tomorrow, some tiling next, trying to keep up with transcripts, running Sara to hockey, writing short, for course, on and on. I have watched all the Magnum Steno vidoes now but, I think, 3. Great stuff!! Thanks for all your hard work and that you share it with us all.
Glaucoma is called “the sneak thief of sight,” because it often has no symptoms until there is irreversible vision loss. This makes it the leading cause of blindness worldwide, affecting approximately 65 million people, according to the World Health Organization. Although it can be clinically managed, there is no cure for glaucoma.
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Au 18me sicle, une troupe de la Commedia dell’arte donne des reprsentations dans une colonie espagnole d’Amrique du Sud. C’est une communaut joyeuse et bruyante, anime par une matresse femme, Camilla, qui joue le personnage de Colombine la scne. Camilla est une force de la nature et un temprament gnreux.
There a part of me that wonders if tech companies (or someone, idk who) need to do a better job of finding that sort of radicalizing conversation and shutting it down, and if that would help. Social media has been wildly permissive about this sort of thing. I realize it starts getting to free speech territory, but honestly the internet does a shitty job of managing things that we classify now as hate speech, so it might be a good place to start..
Patrick McQuaid (c.1849 1892) of Jacksonville, Duval County, Fla. Born in Ireland, about 1849. Wholesale grain and flour merchant; mayor of Jacksonville, Fla., 1886 87, 1888 91; active community leader during the 1888 yellow fever epidemic; on June 17, 1890, he was brutally assaulted by City Marshal Stephen Wiggins, who clubbed him repeatedly on the head until he lost consciousness.
THE mother of a teenager who was swept to his death at sea has blamed a lack of “care and supervision”.Samuel, known to his friends and family as Sammy, was a detained patient at the Roycroft Clinic in Newcastle, which looks after mentally disordered young offenders.Two other patients, known as Kirsty and Mary, were with Sammy on the trip and they were being looked after by four members of staff.The inquest heard that no risk assessments relating to swimming in the sea were taken out before the trip as it was not intended for them to swim.The hearing was also told staff failed to notice flags on the beach which showed the designated swimming area. The children were instead swimming near the pier, which is known to be prone to rip currents.Following Sammy’s death, Roycroft Clinic, run by Northumberland, Tyne and Wear NHS Foundation Trust, introduced a number of new policies including one which prohibits all children and young people from swimming in open water.Following the three day inquest, Samuel’s mother Paula Suckling said: “I would like to take this opportunity to thank all who were involved that day in trying to save Sammy and all the witnesses who tried to help.”I believe that if more care and supervision had been in place my son would still be alive.”At the end of the inquest, coroner Michael Oakley praised the actions of two RNLI lifeguards and two holidaymakers who tried to rescue Sammy, originally from Stockton.Lifeguard Joshua Jones swam out to the teenager and performed resuscitation until a lifeboat came.Mr Oakley said: “He swam a considerable distance in difficult conditions and managed to get to Sammy’s body and then carried out resuscitation in the water when he must have been extremely exhausted himself.”A spokesman for the Northumberland, Tyne and Wear NHS Foundation Trust said: “Following Sammy’s tragic death the trust carried out a detailed internal investigation. Neither our own internal investigation, the Health and Safety Executive or the coroner have suggested that our level of staffing was inadequate.”Like us on FacebookFollow us on TwitterDaily NewsletterPrivacy noticeNewsallMost ReadMost RecentLotteryLotto results: National Lottery Set For Life winning numbers for Monday, August 5We’ll bring you the winning National Lottery Set For Life numbers for Monday, August 5 live breaking updates and results belowNewcastle Crown CourtNewcastle drug addict conned taxi drivers out of money ‘for his children’ before fleeing without paying his faresChristopher Stuart managed to persuade taxi drivers into handing over cash before making off without paying his faresAshingtonCCTV shows passengers sent flying as driver high on cocaine ploughs into bus in AshingtonCorey Rennison, 22, smashed into a bus in Ashington while he had drugs in his systemNorthumberlandWoman left ‘shaken’ after man leapt out of bushes and chased her in NorthumberlandNorthumbria Police received a complaint about the incident in New Hartley on Monday morningWallsendShocked residents ‘woken by screams’ after assault on Wallsend street in the early hoursPolice were called to O’Hanlon Crescent, in Wallsend, after reports of an assault on Sunday morningNewcastle Crown CourtNewcastle drug addict conned taxi drivers out of money ‘for his children’ before fleeing without paying his faresChristopher Stuart managed to persuade taxi drivers into handing over cash before making off without paying his faresBamburghBamburgh hotel set to close its doors as housing plans submittedAn application has been lodged with Northumberland County Council for a change of use of The Mizen Head, in Bamburgh, into four residential unitsTraffic TravelNorth East news LIVE: Latest breaking news, sport, weather, traffic and travelChronicleLive’s breaking news service including Tuesday’s traffic, travel, weather, sport and more covering Newcastle and the North EastNewcastle upon TyneMajor restoration set to give 18th century Newcastle landmark a new lease of lifeHistoric England has given 135,000 towards the repair of the grade I listed Georgian All Saints Church, overlooking the city’s Quayside.