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Patrik Laine isn planning a career change or preparing for life after hockey.

But the Winnipeg Jets sniper shared plenty of thoughts in an article for The Players Tribune, which came out on Tuesday morning and was titled is Good.

When speaking to reporters following the morning skate, Laine sounded surprised the article had been released and admitted he hadn read the final product yet.

a good question, said Laine, when asked how the project came together. did an interview one day and that pretty much it. That how much I know.

only time I do that (put pen to paper) is when I sign autographs. Nothing else. Jets faced the Arizona Coyotes on Tuesday night in what was the fourth game of a 10 game homestand.

Laine also shows off his sense of humour and takes a few shots at his friend and teammate Nikolaj Ehlers for his lack of video gaming prowess.

don believe that, I would never do that to my friend, Laine said on Tuesday morning.

Ehlers refutes the claim, saying it Laine who might owe him a paycheque for all of the losses sustained in those video games.

don think so, said Laine. a liar and you guys know it. also mentioned the battle for the goal scoring lead between him and Laine (a battle Laine currently leads 24 to 20).

What would happen if Ehlers found a way to pull ahead and win the race?

would probably hear about that for the rest of my life, said Laine. it my job to make sure that never happens. That one of my jobs here, part of what I here to do. friendly banter between Laine and Ehlers is nothing new and the Finnish sniper has heaped ample praise on Wheeler throughout the course of the season.

is one of the top scorers in the league right now, said Laine. can see right now that he doing super well. He was really good last year also. Our team was not doing so well last year. But because the team is winning this year, everybody is focusing on what Blake is doing as a captain and what he doing right. He been super good this year and hopefully, he will continue doing that. thing Laine hasn revealed is why he been growing his beard throughout the course of this season and how long it might be sticking around until now.

the deal. I going to grow it until the last game of the season, said Laine. it not for a while. I just going to let it grow. I know (Andrew Copp) doesn like it.

doesn matter. I not here to look good. I here to play hockey. who’s back

Nic Petan admits that being sent to the minors in late October was a tough pill for him to swallow after spending a good chunk of the previous two seasons in the NHL.

But the skilled forward knew that feeling sorry for himself wasn going to help him get recalled any quicker, so he focused on rounding out his game instead.

not too sure, probably a few weeks, Petan said when asked how long it took him to get over the disappointment of the demotion. was tough at times (to stay patient while others were recalled). But it about staying positive and knowing the right time is the right time. Every time something happens (with the Jets), you get a message from someone. I obviously excited to get called up. Starting fresh, it helps. with reduced minutes is part of the adjustment in the return to the NHL.

probably one of the first things that you think about, said Petan. you try and play the same way. Don try and change your game at all. The minutes are going to change, but keep the same mindset. dominating in the AHL, Petan confidence is high as he gets this latest opportunity.

been a huge key and I on the right path right now, said Petan, who had a goal on a nifty redirection and made several slick passes in his return to the NHL.

Byfuglien joins 800 club

Tuesday game marked the 800th NHL game for Jets defenceman Dustin Byfuglien, an impressive milestone when you consider the pride of Roseau, Minn. was chosen by the Chicago Blackhawks in the eighth round (245th overall) of the 2003 NHL Draft.

much love he has for playing the game, said Jets head coach Paul Maurice, when asked about the most important thing he learned about Byfuglien while coaching him. at practice, he practices hard and he the loudest guy on the ice. He has fun. But the games are what it all about for him. He likes coming to the rink and in the (high) pressure situations, he not casual but he breathes. He relaxes out there. He can put a smile on his face in tie games late and he not tense. He excited about the atmosphere of that time of game. He got a real genuine love for playing and competing. chipped in a goal and an assist in the first period on Tuesday, giving him three goals and 23 points in 41 games this season and he racked up 168 goals and 472 points during his NHL career.

Still on track

A visit to the doctor on Monday afternoon didn provide any surprises for Jets centre Mark Scheifele.

Scheifele, who has missed the past 16 games with a suspected shoulder injury, is on schedule to return to the Jets lineup on Friday against the St. Louis Blues provided there are no setbacks.
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A Queensland Government attempt at a “sneaky Pearl Harbour style attack” against international aluminium giant Pechiney was repelled, albeit temporarily, when the miner won a court reprieve yesterday.

Pechiney successfully blocked the Government’s Brisbane Supreme Court bid to have an application heard aimed at forcing it to surrender a lease over massive Aurukun bauxite deposits on Cape York in far north Queensland within seven days.

The company has held the lease since it was granted by the Bjelke Petersen government in 1975. Analysts say the 500 million tonne reserve is worth billions of dollars and will create thousands of jobs if developed.

Pechiney’s barrister David Jackson said while the Government was in negotiations with the company, it was secretly preparing legal action.

“The State Government obfuscated . . . while preparing a sneaky Pearl Harbour style attack,” he told the court.

Pat Keane, counsel for the State Government, argued that the legislation clearly stated that Pechiney had to surrender the land if it did not fulfil commitments to develop the site by 1983.

Justice James Douglas ruled the matter should go to trial, but said if the State Government was right about the legislation, many of Pechiney’s defence arguments would be redundant.

He set the case down for mention in Brisbane on December 16, when a trial date may be set.

Pechiney Pacific managing director Andre Creis welcomed the decision, saying “a proper hearing on the facts of this relationship is required”.

Mr Creis said Pechiney was still open to negotiation with the Government, and had a proposal for a $2 billion development at Aurukun since last year. It would rather spend money on that than a legal battle, he said.
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The Public Information Act is Maryland’s answer to the federal Freedom of Information Act. It ensures Marylanders’ access to public government records. Thanks to the efforts of Marylanders for Open Government, a collective of nonprofit advocacy groups, positive PIA reforms cleared the General Assembly this session.

According to the State Integrity Investigation, a project sponsored several years ago by the Center for Public Integrity, Global Integrity and Public Radio International, Maryland received a big fat “F” for access to public records. While the PIA has been on the books for 45 years, its enforcement has been questionable.

The investigation showed issues of timeliness in agencies turning around PIA requests and of fees running up thousands of dollars. Little recourse was available to fight a refusal other than spending even more money to go to court.

Through bills filed by state Sen. Jamie Raskin, D 20 Montgomery, and Del. Bonnie Cullison, D 19 Montgomery, these issues would be remedied. The reforms passed unanimously in the General Assembly and await the signature of Gov. Larry Hogan.”This is a major step forward for transparency in Maryland. Press Association Executive Director Rebecca Snyder in a statement.

Included in the reforms is the creation of a board to resolve disputes over the fees charged to fulfill a PIA request; there is a $350 minimum. The board will be empowered to reduce the fees as it deems appropriate and require the custodian of records to refund the difference.

The attorney general’s office is to create an ombudsman office to handle other PIA related disputes. This is a much needed position because the only way to previously contest a custodian’s decision to withhold information was to file a lawsuit.

A report fromThe Sentinelhighlights the need for the ombudsman. Earlier this month, the western shore newspaper reported the Prince George’s County Board of Education rebuffed a woman seeking meeting minutes most certainly public documents that should be readily available. Thea Scarato reached out to Craig O’Donnell,
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formerKent County Newsreporter and an open government activist who was involved in the State Integrity Investigation. O’Donnell filed an Open Meetings Act complaint, only to be summarily dismissed by the Open Meetings Compliance Board for bringing them an issue outside of their jurisdiction. But where else was he to turn other than court?

“The misuse of our complaint procedures in an effort to bypass Public Information Act procedures, even if done to help someone find information, does not serve the goal of the (Open Meetings) Act to provide both the public and public bodies with a meaningful complaint procedure when a complainant reasonably believes that the Act has been violated,” the OMCB stated.

The reform legislation passed by the General Assembly rectifies that issue by establishing an ombudsman’s office that “shall make reasonable attempts to resolve disputes between applicants and custodians relating to requests for public records .” Those potential issues include the custodian’s efforts to exempt documents from PIA requirements, redacting information in public documents, failing to disclose information in a timely manner and, when it comes to applicants, making overly broad or repetitive and redundant requests for documents.

We agree with Common Cause Maryland Executive Director Jennifer Bevan Dangel, who called the PIA reforms “a step forward for Maryland and a step forward for good government.” Likewise, we agree with Snyder from the MDDC, who said, “Journalists need access to public records and information to tell their stories and hold the government accountable.”

These reforms to the PIA are long overdue. The new ombudsman and board should go a long way to improving Maryland’s failing grade when it comes to accessing public information.
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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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Capaldi’s Doctor: Gone is Matt Smith’s bow tie

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The Tarrant County Medical Examiner’s Office has not released his identity, and Denton police are still investigating why the man was walking on the highway. The male driver of the Infiniti was transported to Medical City Denton with injuries that weren’t life threatening, according to police.

The pedestrian’s death marks Denton’s first traffic fatality of the year, and the third pedestrian fatality on the interstate in Denton since April 2017 with two on I 35E, and one on Interstate 35 according to Denton police records.

Denton police handled four pedestrian traffic deaths in all of 2017 just one shy of the five total pedestrian fatalities they handled from 2013 to 2016, the data shows.

In addition to the increased number of pedestrian deaths, all of last year’s pedestrian fatalities were on or near a busy highway.

“Most of the time, the drivers say they just didn’t see the pedestrian in time, which is somewhat expected given highway speeds,” said Denton police spokesman Bryan Cose, who worked as a traffic investigator for about eight years. “In the case of [Monday’s] crash, it occurred underneath illuminated streetlights. It was in a well lit area of the highway.”

Cose said Denton police haven’t noticed any patterns in the pedestrian traffic deaths dating to 2017.

Last April, police found the body of a 20 year old man between two jersey barriers in the 2600 block of southbound I 35 near Oak Street. Highway 380 to his home on Londonderry Lane, and he was known to cross the highway near the location of the crash, Cose said last year.

In August, a 48 year old Denton woman was less than a mile from her home when a Toyota Camry hit and killed her at the intersection of Kings Row and North Loop 288. She had been walking west across Loop 288 when a northbound Camry hit her. Police said she walked in front of the car, which had a green light.

In September, a 50 year old Denton man was hit and killed by a vehicle on the northbound I 35E frontage road, in front of Medical City Denton. Police are still searching for the driver in that case, Cose said.

The following month, a produce truck hit and killed a 60 year old woman on I 35E near the Dallas Drive exit while she was attempting to catch her loose dog, Cose said.

In Monday night’s crash, the driver lost control of his vehicle after hitting the pedestrian in the 3900 block of South I 35E, just southeast of Mayhill Road. He exited the highway and crossed the northbound service road before the vehicle came to rest in front of Accessory Superstore.

Cose emphasized that pedestrians don’t have the right of way outside of an intersection. However, he doesn’t believe that to be a root cause of the recent deaths.

“If someone is crossing the highway, I don’t think they expect the cars to stop for them,” he said. “I think it’s more a matter of not judging speed and not realizing how fast that vehicle is approaching. A vehicle traveling at 60 mph is traveling roughly 90 feet per second. So, the reaction time for an average driver is between one and one and a half seconds. They’re covering 90 feet to 120 feet before they even begin to apply brakes or take evasive action.”
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Dorothy Geisler Tragardh duped investors and even her own partners in the company by selling stock at $56 a share, distributing shares worth only 30 cents, and pocketing more than $2.1 million for personal use, state Securities Commissioner Chris Naylor alleged in a civil complaint filed Wednesday in Marion Superior Court.

Judge Patrick McCarty granted a temporary restraining order freezing Geisler Tragardh’s assets pending a March 18 hearing. It covers her home on Geist Reservoir in suburban Indianapolis, the artwork, a Rolex watch, a diamond, a Mercedes Benz and two other cars and a boat. 11. Schrenker’s home and other assets also have been frozen in an unrelated case.

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A telephone listing for Geisler Tragardh could not be located. A message seeking comment from her was left with an attorney named in the case.

Naylor said Geisler Tragardh was a founding partner in Praxis Resource Partners LLC in September 2006 and, as executive vice president, was responsible for raising money from investors. She was fired Feb. 10.

She deposited money from the stock sales into an account at Symphony Bank in Carmel, where co defendant Jan Marten was one of the founding board members.

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Geisler Tragardh hired Chris Marten as a consultant for Praxis, and the two sold shares of the $56 stock but distributed shares of the cheaper stock, the complaint said.

A message seeking comment was left at the home of Chris Marten.

State prosecutors charged the Martens with tax evasion last October, saying they failed to remit $875,230.36 in retail sales tax to the state over three years. That case remains pending.
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Pranay Jivrajka, Ola’s first employee who has been focusing on leading key strategic initiatives in recent months, has been appointed as founding partner and will continue to work closely with Bhavish Aggarwal,
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Yum! Brands’ Pizza Hut has brought on board Ventureland Asia to enhance its performance and online marketing strategy in the Indian market with a digital first approach. Going forward, we will be keeping a digital first approach at the centre of our marketing strategy and it was crucial that we find a company that displays the competencies to partner with us. We are excited to have found the right combination of business understanding, digi tech capabilities, culture, and conviction in Ventureland Asia and are delighted to appoint them as our performance and digital marketing partner.”

Sajan Raj Kurup, founder and chairman, Creativeland Asia Group who set up Ventureland as the investment arm for the group last year, adds, “Ventureland Asia’s Advisory service sits on the cusp of creativity, marketing and business consultancy, bringing together diverse skill sets to create both, brand and financial value to the business of our clients. While marketing consultancy firms today are striving hard to add value by forward integrating to design and creative solution, as seasoned creative solution providers, we have seamlessly reverse integrated the ability to articulate problems and finding innovative business solutions for brands.”

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