At one respite camp, ACU’s Tim Moore overheard some teenage carers ending their day with a pre sleep discussion about GPs and bulk billing. “A lot of people have been anxious for quite some time about what it means and whether or not caring is something that children should be doing during their childhood,” says Moore. “We have this idea that childhood is about innocence.”. <br><br>He died Monday MAY 28, 2012 of neurodegenerative disease. John Dennis Blackburn had two passions in life, practicing medicine and his varied collections of Mexican, Southwestern and indigenous arts forms, that included pottery, weaving, folk art and paintings. Hemore. <br><br>Halter, Russell Francis Russell (Russ) Halter, 98, of La Crosse, WI, formerly of Miltona and Minneapolis, MN and Peoria, AZ, died October 4, 2014, of natural causes. Preceded in death by his parents, brothers Leo, Harold, Bill and Ernie, sisters Adeline, Grace and Ruth, granddaughter Marisa Nieto, and wives <a href=”http://www.foakleysaaaa.com/” target=”_blank”>Cheap Oakleys</a> Lois and Eleanor. Survived by children Kathy (Steve) Oakley, St. <br><br>In Bill Rose’s lauded film The Loss of Nameless Things which will begin its weeklong run at the Spectrum 8 Theatres tomorrow (Friday) the documentarian tells the story of <a href=”http://www.foakleysaaaa.com/” target=”_blank”>http://www.foakleysaaaa.com</a> Oakley Hall III, a talented actor playwright who in the late ’70s founded an ambitious and experimental theater troupe in the Catskills, the Lexington Conservatory Theater (members of which later went on to start Capital Repertory Theatre in Albany). Hall is recalled by friends, family members and fellow actors as an overwhelmingly charismatic and prodigiously gifted young man. He is spoken of, in still awestruck tones, as a Dionysian figure, an almost archetypal enfant terrible, brimful of drive dramatic, creative, libidinal, hedonistic. <br><br>Leeds Carnegie during the club photocall. Back Row L/R, Paris Payne (Head Physiotherapist), Scott Freer, Jon Goodridge, Rhys Oakley, Phil Murphy, Jon Pendlebury, Erik Lund, Danny Paul, Tom Denton, James Craig, Jacob Rowan, Luther Burrell, Scott Barrow, Phil Swainston, John Carey (Team Manager). Middle Row L/R,Simon Middleton (Assistant Coach), Dan White, Adam Greendale, Joe Bedford, Jason Strange, Ceiron Thomas, Alfie To?oala, Peter Bucknall, Vili Ma’asi, Leigh Hinton, Scott Mathie, Phil Nilsen, Peter Wackett, Steve Nance (Performance Director). <br><br>Dan Shapero has been named vice president of marketing for State of the Art Inc., an Irvine accounting software developer. He was formerly the company’s vice president of product management, client/server. Before joining State of the Art, Shapero had marketing and product management experience in the client/server accounting market with Platinum Software and Ernst Young.
Rockers vs Mods #6 Event Recap
Friday, March 30, 2012
Between DJ Wild in the Streets spinning Ska, Northern Soul & Rockabilly and the amazing views only the Belmont can provide it was a perfect start to the sixth annual rockers vs mods. People were mingling, grabbing the rally swag and catching up with people some hadn’t seen since last years’ event.
From there we headed to Bryan Street Tavern to continue the party.
There were people everywhere. Hanging out in the parking lot, going on rides, it was a buzz of activity.
The first band was the Dangits, then the Gorehounds rocked our asses around midnight.
Saturday, March 31, 2012
The morning started slowly, the scoots met at Vespa Dallas & the Cafe Bikes gathered at RPM Cycles. We all had a little gnosh, looked at each others’ bikes and got shop tours of the respective shops. Randy at Vespa Dallas has some very nice Vic Fletchall scoots and RPM had the new Norton to ogle.
After getting some food in us, we all rode over to the event space. Then the beer, bands and merciless heat ensued. It was a great space, but hotter than balls. Luckily we had plenty of ice cold Pabst Blue Ribbon to keep us cool. The food trucks were all lined up and people grabbed a beer, some food and headed for the shade!
The day went well, people hung out, went for rides, checked out the vendors. It was really hot, so we cut to the raffle so people could get out of the heat before they fell out. We found good homes for all the Corazzo Gear, Dime City Cycles, RPM Cycles, Vespa Dallas & Kyle’s Scooter Shop (we had stuff from last year).
Then we handed out the Iron!
People peeled away and got ready for the evenings’ festivities. We have to mention that all this was for $25 bucks!
From here the night got a little blurry. We won’t post up any of those pics in order to protect the guilty.
Sunday, April 1, 2012
We started the day with a long ride organized by Ron & Denver of Ace Scooter Club. They did an amazing job and even the locals got to see parts of Dallas we hadn’t seen before.
From there we headed to the Dubliner to relax and reflect on the mayhem of the weekend.
Thank you to all who showed up. This year was a ripping success and we have high hopes for the future.
We want to thank all the sponsors. Without them there would be no event.
2012 Press Links:
Friday, November 2
Saturday, November 3
Charlie Cracking the whip!
All the photos are credited to Jeff Light and more can be found here.
By the sweat of your brow, by the strength of your back’s, and by the spirit in your heart!! Fire up the engines on those Euro motorcycles and scooters, and burn up the road down to Expo Park Dallas!!! Time for the Memorial Day Weekend, British Bike Burnup 2012, at the Hollywood 5&Dime.. Spectator’s welcome too..
Here is a list of all the Mods/Rockers events across the U.S.
Just got this pumped out today and we’re pretty pleased. Trying to slick things up a little bit so we can stay organized coming into the 2012 RvM event. There are still a few holes so bear with us whilst we update things, create some new content and try and figure shit out.
Broncos announced his placement on the Broncos reserve list via Twitter:Moffitt says he’s not bitter. He’s not leaving the NFL because he wasn’t a bigger star, was recently put on the Broncos reserve list, didn’t play enough minutes or make enough money. He’s said that he’s grateful for his time playing football in the NFL and in college..
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It was fun. I felt pretty good, overall, I feel good. I was a little bit all over the place.”Leipheimer, with a time of 20 minutes and three Cheap Jerseys from china seconds, remained in the lead until another Astana rider, Andreas Kloden produced a brilliant ride to lead by nine seconds.However, many of the stage favourites were among the last to depart and the lead changed hands several times over the final few minutes.Wiggins was extremely impressive and led briefly but Contador, who was quickest all day through the split, defeated him by one second.And the double Olympic champion Wiggins believes he has a chance of wearing the yellow jersey in the Tour’s first week.”My goal in the first week is yellow and after that we’ll see,” said Garmin Slipstream rider Wiggins, who believes the team trial in Montpellier on Tuesday could be key to his yellow jersey hopes.”If we can stay in http://www.nfljerseysshow.com touch in the next few days and have a good team trial there is a chance to take yellow.”Swiss time trial champion Cancellara set a blistering pace through the final section to claim the stage and with it the yellow jersey.”I was one of the favourites to win here before the race and I knew if I got things right it would be very difficult for my rivals to beat me,” said Cancellara.”That was special motivation.
“It great to see such a level of participation and the whole school coming together to collect so many books. We seen a lot of support from the school community,” Kriss said. “It really means a lot to me, especially seeing the dedication of the younger kids.
If you are not going to use the item, then don’t continue to “pay” with your space (storing it) and your time (cleaning and moving it).It might be worth something Either sell it, get it appraised or get rid of it. Do not hold onto it.Learning to identify and prioritize what is important is the main challenge in this skill of purging. Think about your life as it is now and what you really need to be happy and healthy.
I purchased my V7Classic from Rose Farm Classics on August 8 of this year. About 8th I passed through my first 2500 miles as the weather in Chicago begins to close out the 2009 Riding Season. I think I could have cranked another 1000 miles out of the bike this year, but family and work prevented my riding on the Labor Day weekend and all day last week. We can probably blame precipitation for a few more lost days. That’s the way it is, balancing good riding days with happily accepted family responsibilities and work.