Veteran artiste Mr. Vegas has announced his intention to give back to the Dancehall fraternity through a fundraising effort for Jamaican selectors who he said have helped put the spotlight on the island, which is the birthplace of Dancehall.
Holdover staffers said they secretly videotaped Telles and Lee-Kennett after work several times slipping into the back seat of her Nissan Rogue earlier this year in the shadows of a high-rise mall parking garage.
In one video, the footage shows Telles and Lee-Kennett in the back seat of her Nissan Rogue. The video appears to show two heads through the tinted back window joining together before the couple leaves the back seat. Telles leaves first, walking away without looking back. Lee-Kennett exits the car seconds later and gets in the front seat. Neither person acknowledges the other outside the car.
After a video posted to social media showed a CCSD police officer throwing a student to the ground, the RJ requested a copy of the incident report, as well as any prior complaints that had been made against the involved officer.
Vegas did not give details as to what caused him to drop out of high school, but his fans are not interested in inquiring about those details but sought to laud him for making the move. Some like aynesley had words of encouragement for the artiste, with whom he said he shared a similar history and encouraged him to move to the next tier of the education system.
The comments below the video show that there are devoted believers who stand by her prophecies, citing prior visions of plane crashes and deaths as her being a true messenger of Jesus. Nevertheless, Mr. Vegas and other members of the reggae/dancehall community are asking her to leave Koffee alone.
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Nevertheless, standard video capsule was applied in 18 patients with chronic intestinal dysmotility in the search for associated mucosal lesions. Three capsules were retained in the stomach for > 2 h, one of them during the entire recording time. However, no permanent retention, symptoms, or need for interventional treatment occurred. Another study included 36 patients with severe symptomatic intestinal motor disorders for analysis of VCE image patterns compared with controls. No adverse events were mentioned in this report.
However, there is no data on whether the electromagnetic field of the capsule-recorder-system could harm the unborn child. For comparison, mobile phones seem to have no negative effect. In contrast, pregnancies of mothers reporting microwave use 6 mo prior to the pregnancy or during the first trimester were more likely to result in miscarriage (OR = 1.28, 95%CI: 1.02-1.59). The odds ratio was raised with an increasing level of exposure with an odds ratio of 1.59 for the highest exposure group (20 or more exposures/month). Although microwaves have a higher frequency - from 300 to 3000 MHz - than radio waves, the radio waves used by endoscopic capsules (e.g., 434 MHz for PillCam and EndoCapsule) are within the lower range of microwaves. Another comparator are effects caused by mobile phones with a much higher power than video capsules but not reaching proximity to the unborn as an intra-abdominal source of radio waves. This risk is not relevant for CapsoCam without electro-magnetic emission.
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Now, lawmakers have introduced at least three different bills that would reshape the consumer video market, including online video, similar to efforts used to boost the satellite industry in the 1990s.
A bill unveiled by Sen. Jay Rockefeller (D., W.Va.) would help online video providers gain access to broadcast and other desirable content, and prevent cable and broadband providers from discriminating against online competitors. The Rockefeller bill expressly prohibits Internet service providers affiliated with cable companies from degrading competitors' signals or using data caps to discourage consumers from \"cutting the cord\" on their pay-TV subscriptions.
\"What I want is for people to be able to watch what they want to watch, how they want to watch it, and not have to buy 300 channels and pay for them to watch two things out of 300,\" Mr. Rockefeller said in an interview. \"People want to watch video online and get news online. You don't criticize people for doing what they can afford to do and want to do, you enable them.\"
None of the bills is expected to pass right away, and companies looking to expand in online video remain uncertain how far Congress will open the door for them. But lawmakers are responding to the exploding popularity streaming Internet video services sold by companies such as Netflix Inc. Also driving the debate is the rising cost of cable and satellite television.
John Bergmayer, senior staff attorney at the consumer group Public Knowledge, said the average household is paying roughly $90 a month for video alone, including fees and taxes. \"Even if online video doesn't have all the content, it's more attractive at that price point,\" Mr. Bergmayer said. Pay-television providers \"know they can't keep passing on higher and higher costs, but programmers keep demanding higher costs.\"
\"The video marketplace has never been more competitive or innovative, with consumers enjoying dozens of choices from traditional providers or newer Internet video services,\" National Cable and Telecommunications Association spokesman Brian Dietz said.
The rise of online video services combined with the price pressure on consumers has spawned some cord-cutting, in which households cancel their cable or satellite connections and rely instead on a selection of Internet video services. Cord-cutting households amount to about 5% of the pay-TV audience in the U.S., or roughly six million homes, estimates SNL Kagan principal analyst Ian Olgeirson. That figure increased by one million in 2013.
1. The deposition of Kenneth W. Bratcher, a material witness in this case, shall be taken by deposition and preserved for use at trial. Said deposition shall be taken commencing at 9:30 o'clock a. m. on Thursday, October 23, 1980. The deposition shall be taken by video tape at the expense of the Government. The Government is to make the arrangements for the machine and the operator. As soon as the deposition is taken, it shall be promptly processed and placed in a form so that it may be shown to and heard at the trial of the case.
4. Prior to the taking of the deposition, the Government and any of the defendants *880 may give notice to Mr. Bratcher and his counsel to require Mr. Bratcher to produce at the taking of the deposition, any designated book, paper, document, record, recording or other material not privileged, as the Government and defendants may desire. Such notice shall be given at least ten (10) days in advance of the time of taking of the deposition. The Government shall make available to the defendants for their examination and use at the taking of the deposition any statement of the witness being deposed which is in the possession of the Government and which the Government would be required to make available to the defendants if the witness were testifying at the trial.
6. At the time of the deposition, examination and cross examination of witnesses shall proceed as permitted at the trial under the provisions of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure. The recording of the deposition on video tape shall be in the presence of the Magistrate and subject to her direction. Any party shall also be entitled to arrange to have a stenographic transcription made at his own expense. All objections made at the time of the examination to the qualifications of the officer taking the deposition, or the manner of taking it, or to the evidence presented, or to the conduct of any party, and any other objection to the proceeding, shall be noted by the Magistrate during the deposition. Evidence objected to shall be taken subject to the objections.
7. After the video tape of the deposition has been processed, it shall be submitted to Mr. Bratcher for examination and inspection. Any changes in form or substance which the witness desires to make shall be set forth in writing by him to the Magistrate with a statement of reasons given for making them. The witness shall then give his approval of the deposition in writing and by his signature (subject to changes in form or substance which are to be noted, as aforesaid). The Magistrate shall thereafter certify in writing that the witness was duly sworn by her and that the deposition is a true record of the testimony given by the witness. She shall then securely seal the deposition in an envelope endorsed with the title of the action and marked \"deposition of Kenneth W. Bratcher\" and shall promptly file the same with the Court. The Magistrate shall promptly give notice of the filing of the deposition to all parties and to Mr. Bratcher and his counsel.
And in the age of social media, the popularity of dancing has found new plateaus. Nowadays, it seems like everyone is learning choreography, just so they can make their own TikTok videos and share them with the world.
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