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Parma vs Juventus: Live stream, TV channel, kick-off time and team news for Serie A opener

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JUVENTUS are on the hunt for a NINTH-straight Serie A title. The Old Lady begin their quest with a tough trip to face Parma, who are looking to build on a promising 16th-placed finish last time out. Juve have invested heavily in the summer, with new signings Matthijs de Ligt and Danilo all set to […] Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

I made custom insoles with this $100 kit — now my feet are so much more comfortable after walking all day

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Hammacher Schlemmer insoles

  • Hammacher Schlemmer offers a service that allows you to make custom insoles from the comfort of your home. That means no doctor's appointments, wait times, or extra copay fees— everything is included in the initial price of $99.95.
  • The Custom Fit Insole kit includes instructions, two foam blocks so you can create an impression of each foot, and a form to indicate the size of the inserts you will be replacing.
  • After reviewing this service for myself, I was impressed with the ease of use, turnaround time, and quality of the product.
We've all sat on the phone listening to elevator music for 10 minutes only to find out that the next appointment to see a specialist is in approximately three months smack in the middle of the work day. The process ends up being a bit of a headache, especially if you might need a referral or the doctor is out of network. While you might have a primary care doctor or dentist that you see regularly, you might not have a podiatrist in mind for orthopedic issues like foot pain from standing all day at work or wearing shoes that lack support. As someone who has seen a podiatrist before (for many sprained ankles) and whose family members have seen one as well, the solution to many foot issues are usually insoles. But custom insoles can cost hundreds of dollars while drugstore options are cheap but not always the most effective. After doing some research, I found a custom insole kit from Hammacher Schlemmer that is a good middle ground, and could save you some money and a trip to the doctor too. The kit Hammacher Schlemmer has a custom insole kit for $99.95 in which you can get full-length insoles made specifically for your feet. You buy the kit online and it gets shipped to your house, so that means no waiting, no paying a copay, and no dishing out hundreds of dollars for prescribed insoles. The kit includes a set of directions, two foam blocks, a pair of socks, a form to map the size of your current insoles, and a prepaid packing label.  The insoles are made with a shock-absorbing layer on the bottom and a harder, leather-like layer on top. Think of them as basically a beefed up version of what you might find in stores, but with the added luxury of a custom fit. They're also backed by a lifetime guarantee .  I think the insoles are a great first step to help alleviate foot pain and add support to your everyday shoes before making the trip to the podiatrist or committing to pricey orthopedic inserts. But if your foot issues are severe, you should see a podiatrist. Číst dále >>>

Michael Bennet Rips Into Democrats' 2020 Rules: Campaign Update

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Michael Bennet Rips Into Democrats' 2020 Rules: Campaign Update (Bloomberg) -- Struggling Democratic presidential hopeful Michael Bennet says the party’s being unfair to candidates who aren’t celebrities, billionaires or veterans of the campaign trail.Bennet, a U.S. senator from Colorado, is seeking to gain traction in the crowded but rapidly shrinking field. He lit into rules for the 2020 presidential primary while speaking at the Democratic National Committee’s summer meeting in San Francisco.“The DNC process is stifling debate at a time when we need it most. We’re rewarding celebrity candidates with millions of Twitter followers, billionaires who buy their way onto the debate stage, and candidates who have been running for president for years,” he said.Bennet, 54, said he won’t be on the stage for the third debate, arguing that the rules encourage candidates to spend heavily on platforms like Facebook to qualify for debates. Candidates must have 130,000 donors and register at least 2% in four qualifying polls to earn a spot on the debate stage. So they are under tremendous pressure to get a lot of small donors and must spend heavily on social media ads to meet the qualifications.“If we wanted to be the party that excluded people, we’d be Republicans,” he said. “These rules have created exactly the wrong outcomes and they will not help us beat Donald Trump.”Bennet hasn’t qualified under the fundraising and polling requirements for the September debates.Progressives Cry Foul Over Party Favoritism (12:13 P.M.)Democratic leaders want to winnow down the crowded field of presidential contenders and get some of them to run for state or congressional seats.But there are still those stinging from 2016, when the Democratic National Committee seemed to favor establishment candidate Hillary Clinton over Bernie Sanders.Case in point: former Colorado Governor John Hickenlooper, who dropped out of the presidential field and announced Thursday he would instead run for Senate.The problem? There are already 11 candidates in the primary race, and they have been unwilling to clear the field for Hickenlooper, who earlier this year said, “I’m not cut out to be a senator.”So when the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee came out in support of Hickenlooper Friday, the progressive wing cried foul.“This is a moment of decision,” tweeted Andrew Romanoff, former Colorado House speaker and one of the candidates. “Do we want DC to dictate our choice and buy this election before any ballots are even cast — or do we believe voters still matter?”The move could have repercussions back up to the national race, further dividing moderates and the party’s left flank. David Sirota, Sanders’s top speechwriter who lives in Denver and is married to a state representative, accused the DSCC of trying to block a contested primary “to create a coronation for the candidate who opposes a Green New Deal and Medicare for All.”The Democratic nominee will face incumbent Republican Senator Cory Gardner. -- Gregory KorteBannon Aims to Embolden Trump With Huawei Film (5:30 A.M.)Donald Trump’s re-election could hinge on the outcome of his trade war with China. As markets wobble and central bankers gather in Jackson Hole, Wyoming, to consider the fallout, a familiar combatant is about to lob a bomb designed to fire up the president and intensify his focus on China.Trump’s former chief strategist Steve Bannon, never one for subtlety, has produced a new film called “Claws of the Red Dragon” attacking Huawei Technologies Co., the Chinese telecommunications giant Trump has forbidden U.S. companies from doing business with over concerns about its ties to the Chinese government.Bannon’s goal is to steel Trump’s resolve to confront China — a resolve that seemed to weaken when markets plunged in early August and the administration granted Huawei a 90-day reprieve. Bannon hopes “Claws of the Red Dragon” is sufficiently alarmist that Trump puts off worries about a recession and presses ahead with tariffs.“The central issue in the 2020 presidential campaign is going to be the economic war with China: manufacturing jobs, currency, capital markets and technology,” Bannon said in an interview. “Huawei is a key part of that, and this film will highlight why it must be shut down.Unlike Bannon’s earlier films — high-intensity right-wing documentaries — “Claws of the Red Dragon” is a moody action-drama with professional actors “inspired by the 2018 arrest of Meng Wanzhou, the chief financial officer and daughter of the founder of Huawei Technologies,” according to a press rele Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

Michael Bennet Rips Into Democrats' 2020 Rules: Campaign Update

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Michael Bennet Rips Into Democrats' 2020 Rules: Campaign Update (Bloomberg) -- Struggling Democratic presidential hopeful Michael Bennet says the party’s being unfair to candidates who aren’t celebrities, billionaires or veterans of the campaign trail.Bennet, a U.S. senator from Colorado, is seeking to gain traction in the crowded but rapidly shrinking field. He lit into rules for the 2020 presidential primary while speaking at the Democratic National Committee’s summer meeting in San Francisco.“The DNC process is stifling debate at a time when we need it most. We’re rewarding celebrity candidates with millions of Twitter followers, billionaires who buy their way onto the debate stage, and candidates who have been running for president for years,” he said.Bennet, 54, said he won’t be on the stage for the third debate, arguing that the rules encourage candidates to spend heavily on platforms like Facebook to qualify for debates. Candidates must have 130,000 donors and register at least 2% in four qualifying polls to earn a spot on the debate stage. So they are under tremendous pressure to get a lot of small donors and must spend heavily on social media ads to meet the qualifications.“If we wanted to be the party that excluded people, we’d be Republicans,” he said. “These rules have created exactly the wrong outcomes and they will not help us beat Donald Trump.”Bennet hasn’t qualified under the fundraising and polling requirements for the September debates.Progressives Cry Foul Over Party Favoritism (12:13 P.M.)Democratic leaders want to winnow down the crowded field of presidential contenders and get some of them to run for state or congressional seats.But there are still those stinging from 2016, when the Democratic National Committee seemed to favor establishment candidate Hillary Clinton over Bernie Sanders.Case in point: former Colorado Governor John Hickenlooper, who dropped out of the presidential field and announced Thursday he would instead run for Senate.The problem? There are already 11 candidates in the primary race, and they have been unwilling to clear the field for Hickenlooper, who earlier this year said, “I’m not cut out to be a senator.”So when the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee came out in support of Hickenlooper Friday, the progressive wing cried foul.“This is a moment of decision,” tweeted Andrew Romanoff, former Colorado House speaker and one of the candidates. “Do we want DC to dictate our choice and buy this election before any ballots are even cast — or do we believe voters still matter?”The move could have repercussions back up to the national race, further dividing moderates and the party’s left flank. David Sirota, Sanders’s top speechwriter who lives in Denver and is married to a state representative, accused the DSCC of trying to block a contested primary “to create a coronation for the candidate who opposes a Green New Deal and Medicare for All.”The Democratic nominee will face incumbent Republican Senator Cory Gardner. -- Gregory KorteBannon Aims to Embolden Trump With Huawei Film (5:30 A.M.)Donald Trump’s re-election could hinge on the outcome of his trade war with China. As markets wobble and central bankers gather in Jackson Hole, Wyoming, to consider the fallout, a familiar combatant is about to lob a bomb designed to fire up the president and intensify his focus on China.Trump’s former chief strategist Steve Bannon, never one for subtlety, has produced a new film called “Claws of the Red Dragon” attacking Huawei Technologies Co., the Chinese telecommunications giant Trump has forbidden U.S. companies from doing business with over concerns about its ties to the Chinese government.Bannon’s goal is to steel Trump’s resolve to confront China — a resolve that seemed to weaken when markets plunged in early August and the administration granted Huawei a 90-day reprieve. Bannon hopes “Claws of the Red Dragon” is sufficiently alarmist that Trump puts off worries about a recession and presses ahead with tariffs.“The central issue in the 2020 presidential campaign is going to be the economic war with China: manufacturing jobs, currency, capital markets and technology,” Bannon said in an interview. “Huawei is a key part of that, and this film will highlight why it must be shut down.Unlike Bannon’s earlier films — high-intensity right-wing documentaries — “Claws of the Red Dragon” is a moody action-drama with professional actors “inspired by the 2018 arrest of Meng Wanzhou, the chief financial officer and daughter of the founder of Huawei Technologies,” according to a press rele Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

Michael Bennet Rips Into Democrats' 2020 Rules: Campaign Update

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Michael Bennet Rips Into Democrats' 2020 Rules: Campaign Update (Bloomberg) -- Struggling Democratic presidential hopeful Michael Bennet says the party’s being unfair to candidates who aren’t celebrities, billionaires or veterans of the campaign trail.Bennet, a U.S. senator from Colorado, is seeking to gain traction in the crowded but rapidly shrinking field. He lit into rules for the 2020 presidential primary while speaking at the Democratic National Committee’s summer meeting in San Francisco.“The DNC process is stifling debate at a time when we need it most. We’re rewarding celebrity candidates with millions of Twitter followers, billionaires who buy their way onto the debate stage, and candidates who have been running for president for years,” he said.Bennet, 54, said he won’t be on the stage for the third debate, arguing that the rules encourage candidates to spend heavily on platforms like Facebook to qualify for debates. Candidates must have 130,000 donors and register at least 2% in four qualifying polls to earn a spot on the debate stage. So they are under tremendous pressure to get a lot of small donors and must spend heavily on social media ads to meet the qualifications.“If we wanted to be the party that excluded people, we’d be Republicans,” he said. “These rules have created exactly the wrong outcomes and they will not help us beat Donald Trump.”Bennet hasn’t qualified under the fundraising and polling requirements for the September debates.Progressives Cry Foul Over Party Favoritism (12:13 P.M.)Democratic leaders want to winnow down the crowded field of presidential contenders and get some of them to run for state or congressional seats.But there are still those stinging from 2016, when the Democratic National Committee seemed to favor establishment candidate Hillary Clinton over Bernie Sanders.Case in point: former Colorado Governor John Hickenlooper, who dropped out of the presidential field and announced Thursday he would instead run for Senate.The problem? There are already 11 candidates in the primary race, and they have been unwilling to clear the field for Hickenlooper, who earlier this year said, “I’m not cut out to be a senator.”So when the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee came out in support of Hickenlooper Friday, the progressive wing cried foul.“This is a moment of decision,” tweeted Andrew Romanoff, former Colorado House speaker and one of the candidates. “Do we want DC to dictate our choice and buy this election before any ballots are even cast — or do we believe voters still matter?”The move could have repercussions back up to the national race, further dividing moderates and the party’s left flank. David Sirota, Sanders’s top speechwriter who lives in Denver and is married to a state representative, accused the DSCC of trying to block a contested primary “to create a coronation for the candidate who opposes a Green New Deal and Medicare for All.”The Democratic nominee will face incumbent Republican Senator Cory Gardner. -- Gregory KorteBannon Aims to Embolden Trump With Huawei Film (5:30 A.M.)Donald Trump’s re-election could hinge on the outcome of his trade war with China. As markets wobble and central bankers gather in Jackson Hole, Wyoming, to consider the fallout, a familiar combatant is about to lob a bomb designed to fire up the president and intensify his focus on China.Trump’s former chief strategist Steve Bannon, never one for subtlety, has produced a new film called “Claws of the Red Dragon” attacking Huawei Technologies Co., the Chinese telecommunications giant Trump has forbidden U.S. companies from doing business with over concerns about its ties to the Chinese government.Bannon’s goal is to steel Trump’s resolve to confront China — a resolve that seemed to weaken when markets plunged in early August and the administration granted Huawei a 90-day reprieve. Bannon hopes “Claws of the Red Dragon” is sufficiently alarmist that Trump puts off worries about a recession and presses ahead with tariffs.“The central issue in the 2020 presidential campaign is going to be the economic war with China: manufacturing jobs, currency, capital markets and technology,” Bannon said in an interview. “Huawei is a key part of that, and this film will highlight why it must be shut down.Unlike Bannon’s earlier films — high-intensity right-wing documentaries — “Claws of the Red Dragon” is a moody action-drama with professional actors “inspired by the 2018 arrest of Meng Wanzhou, the chief financial officer and daughter of the founder of Huawei Technologies,” according to a press rele Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

Jeff Epstein was so brazen he may have smuggled ‘underage’ sex slaves using Donald Trump’s private jet

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JEFFREY Epstein may have secretly trafficked underage girls using Donald Trump’s private jet, it has been reported. The convicted paedophile flew from New York to Palm Beach, Florida in 2000 with his friend Ghislaine Maxwell on the President’s plane, according to an article unearthed from a golf magazine. But the journalist, Michael Corcoran, who wrote […] Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

Reporters Moan About Trump’s Frequent Press Conferences

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President Donald Trump frequently speaks to reporters outside the White House before departing on trips, but journalists are complaining about various aspects of the press conferences. On Aug. 21, Trump spoke with reporters for nearly 40 minutes outside the White House, taking a number of questions from a range of reporters. Reporters took to Twitter […] Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

Rescuing a Relic: When Is An Old Gun Too Far Gone to Save?

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23.8.2019 16:09
David LaPell
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enclosure image Sometimes you have to wonder when you run across an old gun, one that has seen better days, if it is worth saving or just scraping for parts? The post Rescuing a Relic: When Is An Old Gun Too Far Gone to Save? appeared first on AmmoLand.com . Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

Amazon's Music Unlimited streaming service offers surprisingly great value for Prime members — here's what it's like to use

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  • These days, there are plenty of ways to listen to your favorite songs, but streaming music is definitely the most convenient. 
  • Amazon Music Unlimited costs $7.99 a month for Prime members or $9.99 a month for non-members.
  • The service has a catalog of more than 50 million songs that you can stream or download for offline listening. You can listen to Unlimited's catalog of music on many different devices, including Echo smart speakers.
  • I reviewed the streaming service and thought it was a solid option and a great value, especially for existing Amazon Prime members
I listen to music whenever I get the chance. Whether it's acoustics while I work, the pop charts while I exercise, or classic rock while I drive, I love to have something playing in the background. That's why I was surprised that as an Amazon Prime member, I had never even checked out Amazon's streaming service.  If you have an Amazon Prime membership , you already have access to Prime Music. This is Amazon's basic, free  (for Prime members) streaming option that offers up some 2 million songs. That may sound like a lot, but you can get millions of more songs if you pay for Amazon's Music Unlimited service. Unlimited comes with 50 million songs, and Prime members can get it for $7.99 a month, while non-members will pay $9.99 a month to use it. We've already written up a rundown on how to use Amazon Music , but it's pretty simple. You can access Amazon Music Unlimited via the Amazon website or app, using your regular Amazon login. Here's what it's like to actually use Amazon Music Unlimited.  Interface of Amazon Music Unlimited Screen Shot 2019 06 25 at 12.18.50 PM You can use Music Unlimited on your phone or computer. On the computer, you can access Music Unlimited on the Amazon homepage or download the Amazon Music app onto your desktop — you can download this app straight from Amazon. On your phone, you'll have to download the Amazon Music app from the app store.  However you choose to access Music Unlimited, you'll be met with a similar interface. I found the interface to be clean and user-friendly. There are plenty of built-in features aimed at helping listeners discover new music. The Recommended section (found on the left-side navigation menu on desktop or from bottom left Browse section on phone) is filled with playlists, albums, and songs Amazon thinks you'll like based on your listening history. You can follow playlists you like, listen to playlists curated by your favorite artists, and easily make your own playlists of your favorite songs. Music selection Amazon's Unlimited selection rivals that of the big streaming players like Spotify and Apple Music — all are said to offer about 50 million songs. I did plenty of searching, looking for albums from some of today's most popular artists, artists from past decades, as well as musicians I know that haven't made it to the mainstream yet and was pleased to see that Amazon had them all. There really were no holes when it came to music, which makes sense as Music Unlimited releases new songs weekly.  Amazon also has a selection of exclusive songs — both covers and singles — called Amazon Originals, that you can't find on other streaming sites. This reminded me of Spotify Singles — the competing service's collection of exclusive studio sessions with popular artists, though Amazon's section is a little more sparse here.  The selection of curated playlists rivals that of competitors, but Amazo Číst dále >>>

Pollution and winter linked with rise in heart attack treatment

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Heavily polluted areas have a higher rate of angioplasty procedures to treat blocked arteries than areas with clean air, according to new research. Procedures are even more common in winter, the most polluted time of year. Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

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Tomio Okamura: Ministrem kultury má být Zaorálek - komentář Tomia Okamury.

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REPORTÉŘI ČT - Macháček David - Přelet nad řepkovými lány

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Smí se mluvit o zločinech padesátých let? Smí, ale bez uvádění jmen těch, kteří jsou pod nimi podepsáni. Takovou zkušenost udělala paní Vévodová z Valašského Meziříčí, která do místních novin v Bojkovicích popsala příběh svého otce. Redakční rada rozhodla, že vzpomínky otiskne, ale bez jmen komunistických funkcionářů, kteří se postarali o její rodinné neštěstí. Říká se tomu ošklivým jménem - cenzura. Více v reportáži Davida Macháčka. https://www.ceskatelevize.cz/ivysilani/1142743803-reporteri-ct/218452801240030/obsah/648922-hon-na-zivnostnika
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Jak už to chodilo za minulých časů, československý stát postavil v Praze pro sovětský diplomatický sbor bytový komplex se dvěma sty byty. Patří sice stále našemu státu, ale spravuje je ruská ambasáda. Jmenovitě jistý Alexandr Těrentěv, diplomat, který se chlubí úzkými vazbami na prezidenta Putina. Od chvíle, co v roce 2015 dorazil na svou pražskou misi, zavládl v bytovém komplexu rozruch a strach. Nájemníci si stěžují, že pan Těrentěv používá nevybíravé metody, aby je z bytů vystěhoval a mohl je pronajímat lukrativnější klientele. Na případ upozornil Deník N. Natáčel David Macháček. https://www.ceskatelevize.cz/ivysilani/1142743803-reporteri-ct/219452801240011/obsah/684027-spravce-z-kremlu
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