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Cllr Moorhead, leader of Knowsley Council said: “The council has ambitious plans to attract more residents, business and visitors into Knowsley and this is another important step towards achieving this.

“These high quality new properties will provide even more choice for families looking to buy a new home in Knowsley and Prescot.

“The application from Taylor Wimpey is another vote of confidence for Prescot as a place to invest in and supports our plans for the transformation of Prescot and the wider borough.”

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Knowsley Council adds that the planning application supports its wider regeneration plans for Prescot which include the construction of the new Shakespeare North Playhouse and education centre, a new community police and fire station, the Prescot Townscape Heritage Initiative, including the transformation of Market Place,
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You spend a large percentage of your waking hours at your job. How happy are you there? Will you be happierin a new job? To switch or not to switch is the perennial question many of us facetoday.

If your job isn’t working for you, don’t panic or take it personally. A large percentage of employees switch jobs in such conditions. “If you’re not thrilled about your current situation, you should be actively interviewing with other companies. It’s much easier both emotionally, and from a negotiation standpoint,” says Mohit Kesarwani, 26, a unit manager with ICICI Bank.

“Whether it’s for a good reason or bad, switching jobs is extremely common nowadays, especially in some professions software for example. The days when people kept only one job throughout their lives are gone. Today, the average CV usually contains several moves, especially early on in a career. In fact, it’s even considered unambitious to spend too many years in one job,” says Manisha Dutt, 29, a manager with a software firm in Gurgaon.

However, an extreme case of ‘job hopping,’ such as one every year or even several times a year, definitely won’t reflect well on your resume, especially if you are under 30. “This is because a company also spends a considerable amount on training new employees and is always looking at reducing employee turnover. In such a case, one look at your resume, and they may run in the other direction,” says Kesarwani.

Circumstances that demand a job change and those that don’t

Some circumstances may warrant a job change, but others can be remedied.

Questions to ask yourself

Ask yourself the following questions regarding where you are at present (and be honest with your answers):

Do I really like my current job?Do I enjoy working with my colleagues?If I stay here, where will I be in two years time?Could I be earning more elsewhere? What are the intangible benefits of working here?Is the technology one that I would like to align myself with in the future?Answer the questions using these broad parameters

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a personal project, or a mentally enriching educational experience. Such freedom is an incomparable source of happiness and tranquility, and only money can grant it,” says Kesarwani.

However, if the new place totally rocks, you might consider working there and even taking a salary cut to jump ship if your current job is indeed a living nightmare.

Do a cost benefit analysis

Let’s say youtake home Rs 30,000 per month. You are offered a 20 per cent salary hike in the new job and see yourselfnow taking home Rs 36,000 a month. Whatwill that extra Rs 6,000 a month(= Rs 72,000 a year) do for you?

Will you blow it all on a plasma TV, stash it all in savings for an early retirement, eat out two or three more times a week, or go partying with your friends?

What is the bottomline impact on your lifestyle that this raise will give you? Howwill thisraise impact yourwork environment? Keeping in mind that you work eight hours or more a day, are these extras worth the anxiety and the risk involved in switching jobs? What risks do you have if you stay in your current job? In short, what is the opportunity cost?

To cut to the chase, don’t move only for financial reasons unless you’re going to earn significantly more. Happiness, in terms of liking what you are doing and feeling that you are accomplishing something, is much more important. Eventually, the money won’t be motivation enough to continue with the new job.

Weigh the risks

Consider this you already know what your current job is like and you like it. You know the people and get along with your colleagues, who are interesting people. Your boss treats you well.

The new place might be even better and the offer may be 20 per cent more than what you’re getting now. The people might all be nice, or there may be a few nut cases and backstabbers there. Your boss may steal the credit for the work you do.

“Switching is a big risk;you are going out intothe unknown. Chances are, the new place can be worse,” says Sharma, who has experienced thishimself.

“Verify everything thepotential boss tells you. Bosses try to make the job sound attractive in the same way that job applicants try to make themselves sound good,” says Dutt.

If you don’t really want to quit

“The first step is to analyse why, and whether or not you really want to leave. Is it just because of one thing, such as a low salary or an interpersonal conflict? If so, you must communicate that to your manager and HR department. It could be better to first consider options such as moving to another department, or negotiating a salary hike rather than leaving the organisation,” feels Dutt.

Most problems at the workplace can be solved if both parties are willing to solve them. “A three month trial can be experimented with to see if the situation can be resolved. Just like problems take time to develop, their solutions also take time to work,” says Kesarwani.
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That my latest thing. I like ( as in like, not just want to fuck, or want to date) twitchy guys. Ironically enough, they usually end up being potheads. I don mind (I self sacrificing that way). This is semi relevant, because we hung out with Cassie friend Paul from high school(who twitchy) and this guy Wes that I used to know (who not, but used to be) and their roommate (I dunno). I was up till four, doing things I shouldn have been. That ok. It my ass on the line.

Don Touch MeMonday, September 2, 2002

In the mass delirium, confusion and ecstasy that was friday night, I got lent a book by Twitch. Vineland, by Thomas Pynchon. It very very good thus far, and I obscenely appreciative. Other things I apparently did: forgot Cassie gave me a goodbye hug (i don remember this)

Got very excited over every book in Twitch room, and his bookshelves

Managed to get ready for and got to bed (alone) without major mishaps

I sure that to most of you, this is great news. Stella on good behaviour! But i was so damned social that I convinced that I did something I just don remember. so if anyone who was there remembers something that I don please inform me.

K, not really. I had an incredibly fabulous night,even though certain people didn call me like I asked or they said they would. (Yoder, call me, I don know where the library is. And pay for the clothes yatch. I poor; it the end of the month.)That cool though, because I was in the best mood just sitting and reading. And making crepes, I did that too. A good warmup for tonight.

But it feels like it would be too easy, not to mention expected. Chuck emailed me. Yeah. that means I due for another in about two years or so. I should probably be nicer, I know. I just not being moved in that drection. It would be good to date (or whatever) someone and not stop talking to them out of animosity, or have them stop talking to you out of guilt/nervousness/fear. Oh well. I try functional relationships next summer. Emily! and I have spoken of a road trip. Destination to remain unnamed for now, just to keep you all on the edge of your seats. Good idea or bad idea Don ask me twice. So if I erratic as of late, forgive me. I spoke with Michael last night. I love talking to him, and it had been so long. We chain smoked together on the porch via the telephone. It was wunderbar. Emily and I may be making a trip soon. Hooray. Life is fun again. For now.

I been feeling very vehement lately. I just want to clear things up with everybody, though it mostly done. There still a bit left to do, and it not going to be particularly easy for me. But I think it the last thing that I have left to do, and it feel good to just be able to help out where I can, and not worry that I fucking something up yet again. Unfortunately, my vehemence is mostly just making me nit picky and pissy with people. I spent ten minutes today convincing Cassie that she was using the wrong wording about something. Most of the drive to Chastain last night was spent arguing with emily about whether or not the Car and Driver article I thought I read even existed. Nobody minded, but it gotta stop.

I analyze everything else, but whatever. I been wired since sunday. Not tired (except in the morning when I awake anyway, and can sleep, so it doesn count), not hungry except at midday and not able to do much else besides read, write and smoke. This should be cool, but I don like it. I want to run laps around the warehouse till I pass out, or drive everywhere and do everything now, but instead I here under the flourescents and I really wish I could be elsewhere. I should stop complaining. Good things: I saw Michael and Timbo the other day. Emi party was cool, and I watched Blow on Sunday and I liked it. My brother is doing well at college, got the highest PT score in his company, and got to fire the cannon on his birthday. I might soon be at the end of making my amends to people, and then I probably drop off the face the of the Earth for awhile, to prevent further fucking up of everything. There. I feel better. Now if only I was calm. Not to moan and victimize myself. Just been a bit schizoid as of late. I also been pretty erratic with people. I hope I hope I hope.

HmmmMonday, August 19, 2002

I been in a weird sort of funk as of late. I just worn out with all the shit going on, and as much as I love my people, it feels like it time to disappear. I dunno. I just want to wake up in a year and have all the coolness back. I should have known. Summers always end like this.
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Going to a fast food drive thru or a convenience store for a bag of chips just isn going to cut it. Like my mother used to say, are what you eat. a block and a half away from Chico State is The Pita Pit, a place I have seen while walking downtown. I decided to try it after seeing so many students sporting their delicately wrapped meal on campus.

Before going in, I did some research on its website and found out The Pita Pit also delivers, and you can order online. Perfect for if I can get downtown or need to order before I get out of class for a quick pick up.

The only concern is that the minimum order fee for delivery is $10 with a delivery fee of $4, which is over the Starving Student budget limit.

Spoiler alert, I am now a future Pita Pit regular.

Walking in, I noticed how many faces I recognized. Students seemed to have this restaurant taken over. Due to The Pita Pit being so popular, the line was a bit long,which made me wonder if this was a good option for something quick.

After ordering, my grand total came out to $8.20, including tip and tax. I skipped the chips and drink because I was worried about going over budget but looking back I definitely could have and will next time.

I got the wheat wrap with avocado, spinach, tomato, carrots, black beans, cucumber, onions, artichoke hearts, mayonnaise, mustard and pepper. The best part? Saut mushrooms cooked right on the grill in front of me. A nice man made my pita in front of me while asking how my day was going, how classes were and how much he hated the rain.

I tried to flirt my way into some hummus on my pita as well, but that was extra money. No problem for this Starving Student, however, because I was under budget. I decided to skip the hummus though because I wanted to save as much money as possible.

He wrapped the pita in paper and I was on my way. I sat down convinced that this restaurant was marketed toward students.

This might sound weird but unwrapping my meal was like opening a present on my birthday. I might have just been really hungry, but it made the experience a bit more enjoyable. Looking at my food I tried to think back to the first person to invent the pita wrap. It not a sandwich. It not a regular pita. It looks like a burrito. I was intrigued.

I wasn sure how much I would enjoy my pita because all that was in it was raw veggies and saut mushrooms with pepper and sauces. The Pita Pit must have anticipated its customers same concern because the sauces and pepper were definitely liberally put in my wrap. The mushrooms had a lot of oil on them to add flavor and both made the pita so much more than just vegetables. I don like food and this was definitely not.

Looking back at the menu, I probably got the healthiest item there was, and I need that during a school day. However, I could also see myself during a night out on the down with a Steak pita in one hand and my stylish handbag in the other.

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State and county law enforcement say theydo not plan to pursue criminal charges against pistol permit holders who fail to recertify their permits by Jan. 31.

In recent months, state and county officials have raised concern that failing to extend the recertification deadline would turn thousands of law biding pistol owners into criminals overnight. 15, 2013, are subject to the Jan. 31 deadline.

According to state law, those who fail to re certify could lose their permits and potentially face an illegal weapon possession charge, should they becaught after Jan. 31.

But both New York State Police and the Niagara County Sheriff Jim Voutour say they will not bring criminal charges against thoseotherwise law biding citizens.

“These people with pistol permits, they’re law biding people,” Voutour said. “This is new to them, particularly the people who’ve had permits for many, many years.”

“It’s more appropriate to assist them to get them in compliance,” Voutour added. “I don’t have any intentions of going out and arresting people for notbeing in compliance.”

A NYSP spokesman said the agency won’t charge those who “unknowingly” fail to re certify, and will continue to accept re certification applications after the deadline.

Those comments came one week after state Sen. Robert Ortt, state Assembly Members Michael Norris and Angelo Morinello and Niagara County Clerk Joseph Jastrzemski held a press conference urging permit holders to re certify and Gov. Andrew Cuomo to issue an executive order toextendthe deadline.

Jastrzemski warned that nearly 20,000 permit holders in Niagara County and 30,
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Buton Thursday, Voutour said he doubts those figures are accurate, saying many permit holders recertified recentlyand those applications may not have yet been processed.

Indeed, NYSP says it will take “several months” to process all of the recent recertification applications and update its database.

“I’m convinced there are piles and piles of forms that haven’t been processed yet,” Voutour said. “I think the numbers (provided at last week’s press conference) are a bit deceiving.”

Local lawmakers still hope Cuomo or the state legislature can either extend or do away with the deadline.

Norris said hehas co sponsored a bill with Assemblyman David DiPietro, R East Aurora, that wouldthe eliminate the permit recertification requirement. However, Norris admitted the bill faces long odds in the Democratic controlled Assembly.

“I think a full repeal of the recertification provision is something I stand for, I know Mr. DiPietro stands for, but I think the odds of it passing the Assembly are very slim,” Norris said.

Meanwhile, two other bills introduced in the Assembly would extend the recertification deadline.

Another option might be for Cuomo to issue an executive order extendingthe deadline.

Norris said a chapter amendment to the SAFE Actwould be the ideal path toward an extension, but he would welcome an extension via executive order as well.

Morinello is part of a legislative delegation that’s pushing for executive action to settle the issue.

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The plan was to dynamite black people during church services, to kill little children at Jewish day care centers and to slaughter impoverished Mexicans at social service agencies throughout Phoenix.

One of the two people in that Sunnyslope bedroom was now ready to talk, ready to explain how the hatred had gotten to the point where people must die.

Before he explained the conspiracy and his role in it, Carl Schall thought back to his first impressions of Michael Bloom, to those pieces of this story that made Michael a leader and Carl a willing follower. “Mike said he once watched a black guy get tied up in barbed wire and thrown into a lake. The guy drowned. It was back East. Mike and the others were breaking up a Communist rally,” recalled Carl Schall. troops in Poland during WW II.

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“Mike said it would be great,” explained Carl, because after the attacks a national neo Nazi organization “would give us money to travel around the country and hit different targets.” While Michael Bloom mapped out his strategy of white supremacist carnage, his friend Carl Schall was entrusted with the task of purchasing bus tickets that would take them to a safe house in Michigan where they could ride out the heat.

Instead, Schall broke and ran, and by the time he was through running, he had a new identity and Michael Bloom was in custody.

Schall, a young man with classic Nordic good looks, sat in a Phoenix coffee shop last week quietly telling his story. His mother sat on the other side of the table.

When they heard a journalist was looking for them, they called the newspaper office. They refused to leave a phone number where they could be contacted and would not sit for an interview unless they were protected with pseudonyms. They have gone underground out of fear of retaliation from Bloom and his Aryan allies in the Valley.

“Detective Shearer said they were making a case and that maybe we should move because I narked on Mike,” said Schall.

When the police raided Bloom’s home on January 26, the Schalls had 24 hours to move.

“We hurried up, put our stuff in storage, gave up our home and stayed with relatives,” said Mrs. Edward Schall.

The Schalls’ lives were turned completely upside down.

“We had no idea what would happen to us. It involved uprooting our high school and junior high children. We had to get school records transferred without the old schools knowing where the kids were going. We had to vanish in the middle of the night. We couldn’t tell our friends what happened. There are an awful lot of people from our church group who had no idea what happened to us,
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