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I have always respected the police but today I felt betrayed. It their job to serve the people but today I experienced that rather than serving people, they are more looking down on them. Last week in the Sunday market, when the direct entrance was blocked and two police officers were there, telling people to keep moving, I simply asked them is this entry closed? Rather than stating the reason, they just stood there and made fun of us instead of helping us.
To all the messages, stories, and blog stats I received from my readers, I know this is some sort of a clich stuff you always read on social media but you guys have given me so much I can’t even begin to describe how thankful I am. I really felt the love and the support from you all. It hasn’t always been easy, but it’s definitely been worth it because I all have you I am just letting myself to feel everything I need to feel now.
Yet in this post 9/11 era, an age of surveillance and a time of political and social reaction, the second clause presents a loophole for conservative administrators and dissatisfied students that does not encourage controversy in the classroom. According to this policy (in a rather far fetched example), if we taught a music class in Chicago, we could not discuss the relative merits of yesterday’s Cubs and White Sox game. More importantly, we would have to “be careful not to” address university, local, national or international politics in that class, despite our responsibilities as teachers to form the whole young person and the mentoring role in which many of our students place us.
Researchers from the Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology and Lebedev Physical Institute of the Russian Academy of Sciences have designed and tested a prototype cathodoluminescent lamp for general lighting. The new lamp, which relies on the phenomenon of field emission, is more reliable, durable, and luminous than its analogues available worldwide. The development was reported in the Journal of Vacuum Science Technology B..
The Senate planned to give final congressional approval Monday evening to a 10 year extension of the prohibition against guns that can slip past metal detectors and X ray machines. The quarter century old ban has been renewed twice and would expire Tuesday without action. Some plastic guns meet the letter of current law with a metal piece that can be removed, making them a threat to be slipped past security screeners at schools, airports and elsewhere..