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Answers to questions:

1. Which grade has been your favorite in school so far?

uh probably beginning of 8th grade

2. Which person would make the greatest difference in your life if you didn’t know them?

well there’s a lot of people so I can’t really just choose one. sorry guys

3. What’s a story that you will want to tell your kid one day?

nothing has happened in my life so far that I think would be life altering to my kid?
4. Favorite tv show?

law and order SVU all the way

5. What’s the best part about yourself in your opinion?
my eyes. they may be fucking gigantic but whatever I’ve learned to appreciate them

6. Last time you cried and why?
2 nights ago. lol who knows

7. Who is your best friend of each gender? 

I have a few girls and I mean I guess my boyfriend would have to be my guy bestfriend.
8. Favorite Actor/Actress?
obsessed with mila Kunis I want to be her. uh Shia lebouf. don’t judge me

9. Last person you kissed?

my boyfriend
10. Any scars/tattoos? If so, what are they from/for?

a few scars but hey, I survived.
11. Do you love me? :)
maybe.

HAVE FUN BITCHES:
1. has there been anyone lately that has came into your life and impacted it greatly, good or bad?

2. Do you prefer big eyes to small eyes or small eyes to big eyes?

3. have you lost anyone recently?

4. biggest regret?

5.if you could change one thing about yourself, what would it be?

6. how many relationships have you been in and how long did they last?

7. biggest pet peeve?

8. favorite food?

9. ever had an eating disorder?

10. do you have any grudges towards anybody? if so, let’s hear em.

11. wheres the weirdest place, in your opinion, to lose your virginity?

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M. Harper et Mme Notley évoquent une première rencontre formelle cordiale

CALGARY - Les changements climatiques, les oléoducs et l'atténuation des inondations étaient à l'ordre du jour, lundi, de la première rencontre formelle entre la première ministre albertaine, Rachel Notley, et le premier ministre du Canada, Stephen Harper.

S'il y a eu des tensions entre la chef néo-démocrate et le premier ministre conservateur, ni l'un ni l'autre ne l'a laissé transparaître. Lors d'une prise de photos avant la rencontre, Mme Notley a demandé à M. Harper comment son passage au Stampede de Calgary se déroulait, et les deux ont soulevé leur chapeau pour les caméras.

Après la rencontre, Mme Notley a dit ne pas avoir l'impression que les récents efforts de l'Alberta pour renforcer les règles sur les grands émetteurs de carbone représentaient un «irritant majeur» pour M. Harper.

La première ministre de l'Alberta a laissé entendre que M. Harper avait «reconnu» que certains des chiffres avancés par l'Alberta étaient déjà évoqués depuis un moment dans les salles de conseil des entreprises pétrolières et gazières.

Le mois dernier, le gouvernement de l'Alberta a indiqué qu'il exigerait des installations émettant plus de 100 000 tonnes de CO2, une réduction de l'intensité des émissions de 20 pour cent d'ici 2017, comparativement au 12 pour cent qui prévaut actuellement. Aussi, le prix du carbone sera multiplié par deux à 30 $ la tonne en 2017 pour les émissions dépassant cette intensité.

La première ministre a affirmé qu'ils avaient aussi discuté de l'oléoduc Énergie Est de TransCanada (TSX:TRP.TO - Actualites) vers la côte Est et de l'expansion de l'oléoduc Trans Mountain de Kinder Morgan vers Vancouver — deux propositions qu'elle soutient.

Concernant Trans Mountain, elle a fait état d'échanges sur ce que pourrait faire Ottawa pour stimuler les efforts de préparation aux déversements dans la vallée du Bas-Fraser.

Mme Notley s'est déjà montrée beaucoup moins favorable aux projets d'oléoducs Keystone XL de TransCanada et Northern Gateway d'Enbridge (TSX:ENB.TO - Actualites).

Plus de deux ans après les inondations ayant frappé la majeure partie du sud de l'Alberta, les deux dirigeants ont également abordé les manières d'atténuer de telles catastrophes. Une somme actuellement disponible dans le cadre du Programme national d’atténuation des catastrophes est de 200 millions $, et la province a réclamé 600 millions $, a indiqué Mme Notley.

Un résumé par courriel du bureau du premier ministre indique que M. Harper et Mme Notley «se sont engagés à travailler ensemble sur des questions d'intérêt pour les Albertains et tous les Canadiens, avec une attention portée aux emplois, à l'économie et à la prospérité à long terme».

«Ils ont discuté de l'importance de maintenir un secteur énergétique fort et en croissance et des rôles respectifs du gouvernement fédéral et des provinces dans l'atteinte des cibles sur le climat du Canada pour 2030», indique-t-on.

More strikes loom at Lufthansa after talks with pilots fail

FRANKFURT/BERLIN (Reuters) - Talks between Lufthansa (LHAG.DE) and pilots’ union Vereinigung Cockpit (VC) about taking a pay dispute to mediation have failed, raising the prospect of strikes at the height of the summer travel season, the union said on Monday.

Lufthansa and its pilots have been trying to agree a mediation process to end a long-running pay dispute, which has already caused more than a dozen pilot strikes since April 2014.

The airline is trying to cut costs to ensure it can compete with fast-growing rivals from the Gulf and low-cost carriers. It is also trying to revamp its pension schemes because low interest rates have increased its pension deficit.

The VC union said Lufthansa had not wanted to discuss all disputed topics and that an agreement to hold off on strikes until the end of July was no longer valid.

“A new escalation of the dispute has therefore become more likely,” the union said in a statement.

A Lufthansa spokesman said the company regretted the union’s move and called on the pilots to re-enter talks.

The dispute concerns retirement benefits that allow pilots to retire at the age of 55 and receive up to 60 percent of their final salary, before state pension payments start at 65.

Lufthansa, which wanted to scrap the scheme entirely, has agreed to keep it for those who joined the company before 2014 but wants to increase the average age of retirement to 61 years of age. It says the current average age of retirement for its pilots is 59.5 years.

The pilots also wanted the mediation to resolve other outstanding issues, including low-cost expansion, regular pay talks and how Lufthansa plans to reduce costs on long-haul flights to tourist destinations.

Lufthansa said in April it would be willing to enter mediation on a range of issues but the expansion of its Eurowings low-cost brand, which it sees as a response to increasing competition from Ryanair (RYA.I) and easyJet (EZJ.L), was not up for discussion.

The union is against management plans to expand low-cost operations, fearing it could lead to worse pay and conditions, and erode jobs at Lufthansa’s main brand.

Lufthansa has put the total cost of pilot strikes at over 300 million euros ($332 million) for 2014 and the first half of 2015.

The pilots are not the only pay dispute Lufthansa is grappling with. Cabin crew union UFO has also threatened strikes in a row over pay and pensions, while talks with union Verdi for around 30,000 staff have been postponed until September to give the two sides more time to debate pension scheme changes.

(Reporting by Peter Maushagen and Victoria Bryan; Editing by Kirsti Knolle and Susan Fenton)

Пожар в павильоне на ВДНХ распространился на 300 кв. м

Пожар на цокольном в одном из павильонов ВДНХ распространился на 300 кв. м. Об этом сообщает “Интерфакс” со ссылкой на МЧС Москвы.

“Происходит возгорание на цокольном этаже строительного оборудования. Площадь пожара …

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Raonic cranks up power to beat veteran Haas

By Martyn Herman
LONDON (Reuters) - Milos Raonic almost matched the Wimbledon serving speed record against German veteran Tommy Haas as the Canadian powerhouse moved into the Wimbledon third round on Wednesday.
Seventh seed Raonic, a semi-finalist last year on the west London lawns, boomed down one delivery at 145mph, just short of the 148mph missile American Taylor Dent produced five years ago.
Despite his ferocious game, the Canadian was still dragged into a fourth set by the injury-plagued 37-year-old former world number two Haas, who on Monday became the oldest man to win a Wimbledon singles match since Jimmy Connors in 1991.
“I mean, that serve is special, that’s for sure,” Haas, who lost 6-0 6-2 6-7(5) 7-6(4) on a cauldron-like Court One, said.
“It’s been a while since I faced a serve like that.”
Haas was completely overpowered for two sets but hit back to snatch the third before Raonic, who fired down 29 aces, prevailed in a nervy fourth set.
Popular German Haas saved three consecutive match points at 5-6 in the fourth set as Raonic wobbled but another ace brought up three more in the tiebreak and this time Haas could not escape, Raonic sealing the win with a backhand pass.
“Yeah, it does help. Makes my life a little bit easier,” the 24-year-old Raonic said of his favourite shot.
“Doesn’t matter how bad I’m playing, my serve can keep me in a match. On any surface that’s pretty much a factor.
"I always put a lot of emphasis and focus into it. Obviously the last two years here, last year and this year, I’m serving differently than I did before.
"Before I thought I could sort of get away with sort of just throwing it down. Then I realised last year a bit how important it is to keep going for it full out all the time.”
He will need his grass-burning delivery in the next round when he faces Australian wild child Nick Kyrgios whose destructive serve first made a big impact last year when he took out Spain’s Rafa Nadal in the last 16.
While Krygios wears his emotions on his sleeve and can be spectacularly unpredictable, Raonic’s almost Zen-like demeanour on court is the polar opposite.
“I really couldn’t care less,” Raonic said of the contrast in their personalities. “My job is to go out and find a way to win a tennis match.”

(Reporting by Martyn Herman, editing by Ed Osmond and Ken Ferris)