Sky News
29 minutes
to him and I wanted to. When I was in basic training with them, we did this basic fitness test and he'd always be pushing us. If you're slacking, he does say "You can do more, you can do more". He would always give me encouragement
Phys.Org
2 hours
Sky News
2 hours
saying he was courageous and he was brave. From what you are saying, that is how you remember him, to? Yeah, even when we were on basic training, we would do a combat fitness test. He would always be pushing us. If you -- if you are slacking,.
EVO
3 hours
2L 321HP S50 M-COUPE 05-99 BLACK 167870KM LHD What We Said GT group test evo 043, May 2002 "Having lived with this M Coupe for nine months and nearly 20,000 miles, I’ve come to appreciate its stunning turn of speed and grotesquely muscular looks, but I’m also aware that I’ve learned to live with its crude chassis and twitchy wet-road behaviour." "After his late night dash here, John Barker clearly hasnt. "The M Coupe is very surface- sensitive,’ he observes. ‘The drive over in the wet and the dark was quite wearing, and on a couple of occasions I was glad of those patches of emery cloth-like Shell Grip they use on tricky corners. Those semi-trailing rear arms really are a throwback and kind of dissuaded me from pushing hard through high-speed corners." Image 5 of 9 Image 5 of 9 "Even moderate use of the throttle on wet tarmac kicks the M’s tail loose and brings the rather clumsy stability control juddering into life.
EVO
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2L 321HP S50 M-COUPE 05-99 BLACK 167870KM LHD What We Said GT group test evo 043, May 2002 "Having lived with this M Coupe for nine months and nearly 20,000 miles, I’ve come to appreciate its stunning turn of speed and grotesquely muscular looks, but I’m also aware that I’ve learned to live with its crude chassis and twitchy wet-road behaviour." "After his late night dash here, John Barker clearly hasnt. "The M Coupe is very surface- sensitive,’ he observes. ‘The drive over in the wet and the dark was quite wearing, and on a couple of occasions I was glad of those patches of emery cloth-like Shell Grip they use on tricky corners. Those semi-trailing rear arms really are a throwback and kind of dissuaded me from pushing hard through high-speed corners." Image 5 of 9 Image 5 of 9 "Even moderate use of the throttle on wet tarmac kicks the M’s tail loose and brings the rather clumsy stability control juddering into life.
Max Keizer
3 hours
We discuss the racket that is war. In the second half, Max talks to JP Sottile of NewsVandal.com about trumping Trump and howling at the Moonves: how corporate media raked in the big bucks pushing a reality tv star as president.
EVO
3 hours
2L 321HP S50 M-COUPE 05-99 BLACK 167870KM LHD What We Said GT group test evo 043, May 2002 "Having lived with this M Coupe for nine months and nearly 20,000 miles, I’ve come to appreciate its stunning turn of speed and grotesquely muscular looks, but I’m also aware that I’ve learned to live with its crude chassis and twitchy wet-road behaviour." "After his late night dash here, John Barker clearly hasnt. "The M Coupe is very surface- sensitive,’ he observes. ‘The drive over in the wet and the dark was quite wearing, and on a couple of occasions I was glad of those patches of emery cloth-like Shell Grip they use on tricky corners. Those semi-trailing rear arms really are a throwback and kind of dissuaded me from pushing hard through high-speed corners." Image 5 of 9 Image 5 of 9 "Even moderate use of the throttle on wet tarmac kicks the M’s tail loose and brings the rather clumsy stability control juddering into life.
TIME - Top Stories
3 hours
BBC Parliament
3 hours
I want to begin to conclude, if I made, by pushing the question about confidence in the system and the regulatory system, and ask in addition to that what efforts the government continues to make to trace policyholders. Can we have a bit of an update in relation to those people who have received compensation from.
Hackaday
4 hours
There were even a few talks on products pushing toward a launch. [ Adam ] and [Will] came down from Milwaukee to show off the MagneTag rig they've been building. It's a chest and back plate that you strap on, then have a fight with foam swords. Scoring is automatic (seen on the screen behind them) and there was an engineering challenge that went into detecting hits on the shields but not elsewhere. Get this, they have the swords encased in foam by the same company that makes the cheeseheads . [Andrew] was showing off some of the videos his made with his robot arm Evezor . The belt and servo driven arm looks pretty incredible and he loaded up the plotter tool and had the bot write us this letter. Learning and Curiosity as Lifestyle What makes an Unconference so special is that it's about sharing excitement about learning. This means listening to what other people are working on, and spending time thinking about something that you might not otherwise have been exposed to.
Core77
4 hours
One of the general fears with digital fabrication and robotics is that they will wipe away human artistry. But that will never happen as long as people like Stefanie Pender exist. Pender, who has degrees from both RISD and Cornell, gained proficiency in glassmaking through traditional apprenticeships; she's also well-versed in industrial robotics, programming and all things CNC. After becoming an Artist in Residence at the digital fabrication playground that is Autodesk's Pier 9, she had the opportunity to combine her specialties in a novel way. Here's what happens when you have a curiosity-driven, manually-skilled, technical-minded, boundary-pushing artist that has been granted the resources to create her own digital tools: Embodied Automation from Pier 9 on Vimeo. Pender has an Instructable on her Glass Fused Filament Deposition Modeling Process here .
Voice Of America
4 hours
Two months into his U.S. presidency, Donald Trump is a man quite content with advancing his political claims that have been debunked by Washington officials, pundits and fact checkers. In a new interview with Time magazine released Thursday, Trump refused to back off a string of unfounded allegations, including that former President Barack Obama wiretapped his Trump Tower headquarters in New York in the weeks before last November's election, that 3 million undocumented immigrants voted in the election, and that Muslims in New Jersey celebrated the 2001 terrorist attacks on New York. Trump has not substantiated any of the three claims and numerous others have said they are simply not true. "I'm a very instinctual person, but my instinct turns out to be right," Trump said. "When everyone said I wasn't going to win the election, I said, well, I think I would.
RT YouTube
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BBC One South
5 hours
Feeling a bit chilly. Pushing into tonight, more outbreaks of rain, especially for the coast and here turning windy with a risk of gales. The further north you are, the more likely you are to.
BBC One West Midlands
5 hours
thinning and braking. The South was where the rain was we saw yesterday. Not quite clear that pushing up a bit of Crouch over the top of us today. Some cloud but some holes in it as well. -- pushing up the big of cloud. There could be the odd spot of rain this.
TIME - Top Stories
5 hours
Republicans have been pushing their Obamacare replacement plan, he said. But the bill has a preexisting condition: everyone hates it. Watch the clip above.
OK!
5 hours
Couples are pushing the boat out to make their wedding a unique experience, right down to the invitation [Getty ] When it comes to people pulling out all the stops for their wedding, we thought we'd seen it all. From the bride that compiled ground rules for her (unlucky) bridesmaids to the couple that asked for a more substantial gift than the £100 cash they received, there's certainly been a fair share of brow-raising antics that has got everyone talking in the ...
Autocar
5 hours
There are four turbos, two of which are blowing all the time and fed by eight exhausts apiece, to minimise what would otherwise be unimaginable lag. The other two are valved, to drop in and out depending on throttle position and rev range, and when they’re ‘on’, each of the four turbos is powered by four exhausts. That they drop in and out helps to make a near-flat torque curve of 1180lb ft from 2000pm to 6000rpm, a number that seems no smaller no matter how many times you write it. It travels to all four wheels via a revised version of the Veyron’s Ricardo dual-clutch automatic transmission that uses heavier-duty clutches and lighter gears. Power goes mostly to the rear, but with a Haldex coupling pushing it to the front when the rears can’t cope. Which would be often. Wheel sizes are up by an inch each end over the Veyron, so 20in fronts and 21s at the rear, but tyres are wider at the front (285mm) and narrower at the back (355mm) than on a Veyron Super Sport, for a better handling balance.
Breitbart News
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The Sun Daily
6 hours
Amar Singh was blunt when he said: "Let's not fail the 400 more children who are going to drown this year," with a quarter of 2017 gone. "Let every parent speak to their children about this important cause of death and the key message of getting help and not jumping in. In many cases, the children had drowned after they tried to save another." Prominent social activist Tan Sri Lee Lam Thye told me that over the past years he has been pushing hard for the formation of the Water Activity Safety Council (WASC) to coordinate activities, campaigns and training related to water safety by relevant agencies and non-governmental organisations to reduce negligence and accidents at water bodies. WASC, which comes under the Ministry of Urban Wellbeing, Housing and Local Government, was finally set up in May last year but has yet to adopt an action plan on effective ways to address the rising incidents of drowning.
The Sun Daily - Lifestyle
8 hours
Training should include short runs and cardio exercises. Mind over matter You would be surprised how far you can go when you are pushing the limits when you put your mind to completing a task. However, one should know his or her limitations (like physical disabilities or ailments) to avoid injuries associated with over-exertion.
Voice Of America
8 hours
Now people of different faiths are fighting back against a wave of crimes motivated by religious bias. They are pushing for tougher enforcement in the 45 U.S. states that have hate crime laws. Others are pushing programs aimed at young people. “We are developing programs in schools that focus on being a citizen in America, and how we understand and have tolerance for others and understand diversity. It is the strength of our country,” Ezickson said. Hundreds gathered for an anti-hate demonstration outside Philadelphia’s historic Independence Hall, where the U.S. Declaration of Independence and Constitution were adopted. “With one voice we are saying we cannot stand for this, not in our land. We will do everything we can to prevent this from happening,” said Reverend Truman Brooks from West Chester, Pennsylvania. “Hate in our land has to be managed, and faced again and again, so that it backs down and crawls back under the rock where it came from,” he said.
Channel Pro
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Politico
9 hours
My conclusion from the data we have is that the marketplace was poised for greater success, said Aviva Aron-Dine, who served as senior counselor to the HHS secretary until January 2017, before moving to the Center for Budget and Policy Priorities. The Trump administration also proposed new rules last month that would tighten up the health law’s special enrollment periods and change certain plans' “actuarial value” — essentially, the share of total costs that the insurer pays — which can push more costs onto patients. The White House maintains that those are necessary steps to shore up a mess that they inherited, by limiting who's signing up for coverage and allowing insurers to sell cheaper plans. Insurers had been pushing for those changes in order to stay in the market. Some former Obama officials say that the changes, particularly extra verification requirements for people who sign up outside the usual enrollment season, may backfire and actually drive health plan customers away.