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This design/build project will construct a roundabout at the intersection of Braddock Road (Route 620) and Pleasant Valley Road (Route 609) in Fairfax County.
As of 2012, about 7500 vehicles per day travelled this section of Braddock Road and about 8500 travelled along Pleasant Valley Road.
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How This Man Profited $1 Billion Betting on Hong Kong Horse Races
Bill Benter, is a reserved unassuming and media shy pittsburg resident who made almost 1 billion dollars by gambling on horse races.
The man was a mathematical genius who was on the cutting edge of both computer science and statistical modelling so it is widely assumed with his business knowledge that he could have made money just about anywhere, in a rare interview when asked about his success in horse racing he said, “I was driven only partly by money, I believe I probably could have made more money in finance, but that didn’t interest me, I didn’t get into professional horse racing because it was hard, but because it was said to be impossible”
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Snyder, W.W., 1978. Horse racing: Testing the efficient markets model. The Journal of finance, 33(4), pp.1109-1118.
Williams, J. and Li, Y., 2008. A case study using neural networks algorithms: Horse racing predictions in Jamaica. In Proceedings of the International Conference on Artificial Intelligence (ICAI 2008) (pp. 16-22). CSREA Press.
Edelman, D., 2005. A competitive horse-race handicapping algorithm based on analysis of covariance. In The economics of gambling (pp. 122-129). Routledge.
Chou, K.P., 2007. Hong Kong and Macau under one country, two systems. In Interpreting China's Development (pp. 67-71).
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Talkin 99% Blues Von Johin Occupy
Talkin' 99% Blues
Words and Music by Von Johin
I went to the park just the other day, folks standing 'round with a lot to say
Holdin' signs and shoutin' and answerin' back
Then the policeman came put'em under attack
Cue the pepper spray, swing the Billy clubs, get out the handcuffs
They been lookin' for work and couldn't find none, lookin' every day from sun to sun
Wall Street folks closed the factories
Shipped them jobs from here overseas
Make more profits, screw the workers, how's your EBITDA?
Millions of folks can't find jobs, man on they Fox News called them slobs
Said they don't even know what they're talking about
Called on the governor to throw them all out
Peaceful protests, interrupted, how about that 1st amendment?
From city to county to country to state, folks 'round the world hope it ain't too late
Instead of helpin'out, call'em hippy or freak
They must think that the rich inherit the meek
What would Jesus do? Join the protest, or vote Republican?
Now the way I see it these folks just wanna eat, and they wanna work and they just wanna be free
But the 1% that's in control
Don't take too kindly to that you know
They say tax the poor folks, don't give'm no health care, bring back child labor!
Yeah they actually said that.
Well it ain't just here this thing done spread, folks 'round the world had enough they said
The rich get richer so the rest of us can't
Now they wanna bust up the unions down at the plant
Oh now, it's the Tea Party, the John Birch Society! They're callin'us a commies, callin'us socialists!
Everything but American.... Fellow American
Now all I know, somethin' gotta give, when the middle class just can't afford to live
Losin' their cars, losing their spouses,
Losing their dignity, losing their houses
30 years of Trickle down economics, rainin' down on the masses, don't smell like rain
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OCCUPY BILDERBERG at the Westfields Marriott Hotel Virginia - Protest May 31st - June 1st
Well, it looks like the most cunning and deceptive people on the planet may not be so bright after all. The infamous and elusive Bilderberg club has decided to bring their annual meeting back to the United States after setting last year's event at a hotel buried deep in the mountains of Switzerland.
This year, May 31st through June 3rd they are returning to Chantilly, Virginia where they had their conference back in 2008. Even then a record number of people traveled from all over the world to protest this secretive meeting of aristocrats.
Even members of the EU parliament were there to protest the meeting, one of which was actually assaulted by security. Now with the conference back in the states and occupy wall street charging up for springtime action the elite have given those of us that are paying attention a grand opportunity to show the world who is really calling the shots.
The oil cartels, banking interests, heads of state and even a majority of the major corporations who are on board with CISPA will be represented at this meeting. If there was ever a chance to point out every head on the hydra in one protest, this is it.
It doesn't matter if you think that wall street is to blame for our current crisis, or if you think that the government is to blame, either way this organization is in control of both of those institutions so this should be a mission that we can all agree on.
Better yet, this mission is a guaranteed win for the people, because no demands are necessary and no political goals are relevant to this situation. Our only mission is to expose this group to the world and show people the reality of what is taking place around them, so then we can move forward with workable solutions where no middle man is needed.
If we show up peacefully in very large numbers we can turn the political dialogue in this country away from the meaningless politicians and towards the true puppet masters.
I may have not been on board with all of the political goals to rise from the diverse occupy wall street group, because I see politics as a tool which is used against the people regardless of what the legislation is called or what the politicians tell us about it. As I discussed in the past, even the horrible corporate personhood clause that we are still fighting against today, was once intended to give rights to freed slaves, but was instead used as a loophole for the further consolidation of corporate control in America.
With that being the case I am very weary of any tax plans or political measures that can eventually be turned against the common people, as I have also discussed in the past.
However, occupy has made many accomplishments since this past September, and has radically changed the political dialogue in the country, to the point where no one can deny that SOMETHING is wrong. They have exposed the American police state, the corrupt media and they have pushed social activism back into the mainstream.
There is no doubt that this movement was a threat, because over the winter while OWS was regrouping, the establishment silently put even more tyrannical measures into place in an attempt to scare people away from social activism.
This season it may be more difficult to camp out in city squares for weeks on end, but that only means that efforts can be strategically set up, such as the May 1st general strike, or the Bilderberg occupation that I am suggesting today.
This is it, the political and corporate elite of the planet are meeting in of the most heavily populated areas in the country, where multiple protests have been taking place for months just hours away from the planned Bilderberg meeting site.
I'm sure that i'm not the first person to consider this, since the resistance to this meeting has grown exponentially every year, but I feel that it is absolutely essential that OWS get behind this, beings that this is the very essence of what most of the people involved are fighting against.
Coincidentally, I am sharing a small snippet from my book relating to the Bilderberg group and their influence on politics, which you can check out here.
If you are unfamiliar with the Bilderberg group, a simple Google search will bring up plenty of information that will show you just how necessary this protest is
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James Longstreet | Wikipedia audio article
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00:03:25 1 Early life and career
00:08:19 2 Mexican-American War
00:09:28 3 Subsequent activities
00:11:54 4 American Civil War
00:12:04 4.1 First Bull Run
00:16:10 4.2 Family tragedy and Peninsula
00:21:13 4.3 Second Bull Run
00:26:58 4.4 Antietam and Fredericksburg
00:31:14 4.5 Suffolk
00:33:59 4.6 Gettysburg
00:34:07 4.6.1 Campaign plans
00:38:03 4.6.2 July 1–2
00:42:52 4.6.3 July 3
00:46:15 4.7 Chickamauga
00:50:16 4.8 Tennessee
00:55:43 4.9 Wilderness to Appomattox
01:00:16 5 Postbellum life
01:07:18 6 Legacy
01:07:27 6.1 Historical reputation
01:11:33 6.2 In memoriam
01:12:58 7 In popular culture
01:14:49 8 See also
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James Longstreet (January 8, 1821 – January 2, 1904) was one of the foremost Confederate generals of the American Civil War and the principal subordinate to General Robert E. Lee, who called him his Old War Horse. He served under Lee as a corps commander for many of the famous battles fought by the Army of Northern Virginia in the Eastern Theater, and briefly with Braxton Bragg in the Army of Tennessee in the Western Theater.
After graduating from the United States Military Academy at West Point, Longstreet served in the Mexican–American War. He was wounded in the thigh at the Battle of Chapultepec, and afterward married his first wife, Louise Garland. Throughout the 1850s, he served on frontier duty in the American Southwest. In June 1861, Longstreet resigned his U.S. Army commission and joined the Confederate Army. He commanded Confederate troops during an early victory at Blackburn's Ford in July and played a minor role at the First Battle of Bull Run.
Longstreet's talents as a general made significant contributions to several important Confederate victories, mostly in the Eastern Theater as one of Robert E. Lee's chief subordinates in the Army of Northern Virginia. He performed poorly at Seven Pines by accidentally marching his men down the wrong road, causing them to be late in arrival. He played an important role in the success of the Seven Days Battles in the summer of 1862. Longstreet led a devastating counterattack that routed the Union army at Second Bull Run in August. His men held their ground in defensive roles at Antietam and Fredericksburg. Longstreet's most controversial service was at the Battle of Gettysburg in July 1863, where he openly disagreed with General Lee on the tactics to be employed and reluctantly supervised several attacks on Union forces, including the disastrous Pickett's Charge. Afterwards, Longstreet was, at his own request, sent to the Western Theater to fight under Braxton Bragg, where his troops launched a ferocious assault on the Union lines at Chickamauga, which carried the day. Afterwards, his performance in semiautonomous command during the Knoxville Campaign resulted in a Confederate defeat. Longstreet's tenure in the Western Theater was marred by his central role in numerous conflicts amongst important Confederate generals. Unhappy serving under Bragg, Longstreet and his men were sent back to Lee. He ably commanded troops during the Battle of the Wilderness in 1864, where he was seriously wounded by friendly fire. He later returned to the field, serving under Lee in the Siege of Petersburg and the Appomattox Campaign.
He enjoyed a successful post-war career working for the U.S. government as a diplomat, civil servant, and administrator. His conversion to the Republican Party and his cooperation with his old friend, President Ulysses S. Grant, as well as critical comments he wrote in his memoirs about General Lee's wartime performance, made him anathema to many of his former Confederate colleagues. His reputation in the South further suffered when he led African-American militia against the anti-Reconstruction White League at the Battle of Liberty Place in 1874. Authors of the Lost Cause movement focused on Longstreet's actions at Gettysburg as a primary reason for the Confederacy's loss ...
The Guy Who Didn't Like Musicals
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Paul is an average guy. He likes movies, and pizza, and average guy things. He does not like... musicals. But Paul's small world is about to come crashing down under the weight of unspeakable terror! Now he must run, run for his life, as something sinister spreads, and grows, and sings, and dances! The town of Hatchetfield is plunged into a musical hell in... 'The Guy Who Didn't Like Musicals!'
'The Guy Who Didn't Like Musicals' is a musical horror-comedy by StarKid Productions. It was funded through Kickstarter and had its premiere run in Los Angeles, CA in October, 2018. It features a book by Nick & Matt Lang, and music & lyrics by Jeff Blim.
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19. ‘Let It Out’ - 1:37:35
20. ‘Inevitable’ - 1:42:21
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Au coeur de la légion étrangère française
Chaque année, 10 000 jeunes venus du monde entier se présentent au Centre de sélection et d'incorporation de la Légion étrangère d'Aubagne. Seulement 10% réussiront les tests d'entrée. L'américain Lim, le Malgache Vaifana, les Français Liénart et Revel espèrent faire partie de cette troupe d'élite. Au même moment, à quelques kilomètres de Sper Kunday, en Afghanistan, 250 légionnaires tiennent un poste de combat avancé entourés par des insurgés. Le harcèlement est quotidien...
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Where to Eat in Vancouver
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Norris Jernigan's Interview
Norris Jernigan served in the 509th Composite Group at Wendover, UT, and Tinian Island during the Manhattan Project. In this interview, Jernigan describes being assigned to the Intelligence Office of the 393rd Bomb Squadron. As a clerk, he prepared information for briefing missions and typed subsequent reports. He recalls his surprise at being transferred to Wendover and learning that the 393rd had been selected to be part of a top-secret project. Jernigan discusses what it was like serving on Tinian, the relationships between the different squadrons, and the atmosphere of the island during and between the atomic bombings of Japan. He remembers the intense secrecy surrounding the work at Wendover, the friendships he made, and the shock of spending time in sunny Cuba for training after the cold Utah winter. He also describes seeing the Enola Gay in pieces in 1980 before it was restored by the Smithsonian, and reflects on the atomic bombings and the Manhattan Project’s legacy for today.
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