Archive

Archive for July 3rd, 2019

Bloodstained: Ritual Of The Night Switch Fix Targeting A Mid-July Release – Nintendo Life

July 3rd, 2019

Sophie Turner Shares First Photo of Gown from Second Wedding to Joe Jonas – Entertainment Tonight

July 3rd, 2019

Sophie Turner Shares First Photo of Gown from Second Wedding to Joe Jonas | Entertainment Tonight

arrow-left-mobilearrow leftarrow-right-mobilearrow rightGroup 7Gallery Icon Copy 2Video Play Button Copy 5Hamburger MenuInstagramTwitterYoutubeShare Button7C858890-6955-48EA-B871-66CE1E33590CVideo-Playbutton Copy

Uncategorized

Greg Perry, Cartoonist Picked To Replace Michael De Adder, Quits Over Social Media Backlash – HuffPost Canada

July 3rd, 2019

Michael De Adder/Twitter

Cartoonist Michael de Adder, left, drew U.S. President Donald Trump standing over the bodies of a father and daughter who drowned trying to cross the U.S.-Mexico border.

The cartoonist picked to replace Michael de Adder at Brunswick News Inc. has decided not to work for the company.

Greg Perry was hired to replace de Adder, who had his contract terminated after his depiction of U.S. President Donald Trump and the border crisis went viral.

Perry said he’s changed his mind about working for the publisher that owns several New Brunswick newspapers, after social media backlash.

“All this over a job that pays the same per month as a job at a grocery chain,” he said in a statement to CBC News. “I wouldn’t wish this on anyone.”

Brunswick News called Perry a “reader favourite” in a statement about the end of de Adder’s contract, and said the decision to bring in the Vancouver-based cartoonist was made weeks ago. 

Perry confirmed this to the CBC, but said he felt uncomfortable being described that way. 

“I’m shook up about it because I didn’t intend to become the focal point of a social media frenzy. There was no ill to anybody, as far as from my side.”

Brunswick News put out a statement shortly after Perry stepped away from the position. 

The company offered him their full support but said he was “unfairly maligned by the false narrative which recklessly erupted on social media in recent days.”

The publishing company has doubled-down on the Trump cartoon not being the reason for de Adder’s contract termination. Their initial statement cited bringing back Perry as a reason for letting de Adder go.

Perry told CBC that the proposal from Brunswick News was not set up as replacing the outgoing cartoonist. 

De Adder took to Twitter on Monday to tell his side of the story. He had worked 17 years with Brunswick News, which is privately owned by one of Canada’s richest families, the Irvings.

Brunswick News has a monopoly over nearly all of the newspapers in New Brunswick and has been slammed for not being critical of parent owner Irving Group of Companies and its subsidiaries. 

The companies — which include oil and gas, shipping and transportation — are worth an estimated $10 billion.

De Adder said it wasn’t just Trump that was a taboo subject for him to approach. When he drew cartoons slightly critical of the New Brunswick premier, who is a former Irving executive, de Adder claimed they was “systematically axed.”

De Adder, who lives in Halifax, has been picked up as a regular cartoonist for the Toronto Star, where Perry’s work is also published. 

Android, Apache, bioinformatics, bitcoin mining, computers, Employment, ethereum mining, Linux, Marketing, Microsoft, skype, smartphone, software, tablet, TV, Video, visualizations

The Best Fourth Of July TV Sales – Forbes

July 3rd, 2019

Dog treats could make humans sick, CDC says – KGUN

July 3rd, 2019

Forty-five people in 13 states have reported becoming ill with a strain of Salmonella, many of whom after giving their dogs pig ear dog treats since November, the CDC reported.

Of the 45 people sickened, 12 were hospitalized. Of those interviewed, 71 percent reported contact with pig ear dog treats or with dogs who were fed pig ear dog treats.

The report did not contain a recall, but some pig ear treats have been pulled from shelves.

The CDC said that the Michigan Department of Agriculture tested pig ears for salmonella. Although the outbreak strain of salmonella was not found in the pig ears, of strains were. The CDC said that investigators are checking to see if the pig ears tested were responsible for the illnesses.

In the meantime, the CDC offers the following advice:

  • Tips to stay healthy while feeding your dog
    • Always wash your hands thoroughly with soap and water right after handling pet food or treats, including pig ears.
    • When possible, store pet food and treats away from where human food is stored or prepared and away from the reach of young children.
    • Don’t use your pet’s feeding bowl to scoop food. Use a clean, dedicated scoop, spoon, or cup.
    • Always follow any storage instructions on pet food bags or containers.
  • Play safely
    • Don’t let your pet lick your mouth or face after it eats pet food or treats.
    • Don’t let your pet lick any open wounds or areas with broken skin.
    • If you do play with your pet after it has just eaten, wash your hands and any part of your body it licked with soap and water.
  • Shop safely
    • Always wash your hands thoroughly with soap and water after touching unpackaged pet treats, such as food or treats in bulk bins.
  • Take extra care around young children
    • Children younger than 5 years old should not touch or eat pet food or treats.
    • Young children are at risk for illness because their immune systems are still developing and because they are more likely than others to put their fingers or other items into their mouths.
    • Adults should supervise handwashing for young children
  • How do I know if my dog has Salmonella infection?
    • Some dogs may have Salmonella infection but may not look sick. Dogs with a Salmonella infection usually have diarrhea that may contain blood or mucus. Affected animals may seem more tired than usual, and may have a fever or vomit.
    • If your dog or cat has these signs of illness or you are concerned that your pet may have Salmonellainfection, please contact your pet’s veterinarian.

Uncategorized

National News Dog treats could make humans sick, CDC says Justin Boggs 7:54 PM, Jul – KGUN

July 3rd, 2019

Forty-five people in 13 states have reported becoming ill with a strain of Salmonella, many of whom after giving their dogs pig ear dog treats since November, the CDC reported.

Of the 45 people sickened, 12 were hospitalized. Of those interviewed, 71 percent reported contact with pig ear dog treats or with dogs who were fed pig ear dog treats.

The report did not contain a recall, but some pig ear treats have been pulled from shelves.

The CDC said that the Michigan Department of Agriculture tested pig ears for salmonella. Although the outbreak strain of salmonella was not found in the pig ears, of strains were. The CDC said that investigators are checking to see if the pig ears tested were responsible for the illnesses.

In the meantime, the CDC offers the following advice:

  • Tips to stay healthy while feeding your dog
    • Always wash your hands thoroughly with soap and water right after handling pet food or treats, including pig ears.
    • When possible, store pet food and treats away from where human food is stored or prepared and away from the reach of young children.
    • Don’t use your pet’s feeding bowl to scoop food. Use a clean, dedicated scoop, spoon, or cup.
    • Always follow any storage instructions on pet food bags or containers.
  • Play safely
    • Don’t let your pet lick your mouth or face after it eats pet food or treats.
    • Don’t let your pet lick any open wounds or areas with broken skin.
    • If you do play with your pet after it has just eaten, wash your hands and any part of your body it licked with soap and water.
  • Shop safely
    • Always wash your hands thoroughly with soap and water after touching unpackaged pet treats, such as food or treats in bulk bins.
  • Take extra care around young children
    • Children younger than 5 years old should not touch or eat pet food or treats.
    • Young children are at risk for illness because their immune systems are still developing and because they are more likely than others to put their fingers or other items into their mouths.
    • Adults should supervise handwashing for young children
  • How do I know if my dog has Salmonella infection?
    • Some dogs may have Salmonella infection but may not look sick. Dogs with a Salmonella infection usually have diarrhea that may contain blood or mucus. Affected animals may seem more tired than usual, and may have a fever or vomit.
    • If your dog or cat has these signs of illness or you are concerned that your pet may have Salmonellainfection, please contact your pet’s veterinarian.

Uncategorized

iOS 13 Beta Code Reveals New Wired Method for Data Transfer – iPhone in Canada

July 3rd, 2019

Microsoft releases new Windows 10 preview with Eye Control, notification, and Your Phone improvements – VentureBeat

July 3rd, 2019

Dog treats could make humans sick, CDC says – ABC15 Arizona

July 3rd, 2019

Forty-five people in 13 states have reported becoming ill with a strain of Salmonella, many of whom after giving their dogs pig ear dog treats since November, the CDC reported.

Of the 45 people sickened, 12 were hospitalized. Of those interviewed, 71 percent reported contact with pig ear dog treats or with dogs who were fed pig ear dog treats.

The report did not contain a recall, but some pig ear treats have been pulled from shelves.

The CDC said that the Michigan Department of Agriculture tested pig ears for salmonella. Although the outbreak strain of salmonella was not found in the pig ears, of strains were. The CDC said that investigators are checking to see if the pig ears tested were responsible for the illnesses.

In the meantime, the CDC offers the following advice:

  • Tips to stay healthy while feeding your dog
    • Always wash your hands thoroughly with soap and water right after handling pet food or treats, including pig ears.
    • When possible, store pet food and treats away from where human food is stored or prepared and away from the reach of young children.
    • Don’t use your pet’s feeding bowl to scoop food. Use a clean, dedicated scoop, spoon, or cup.
    • Always follow any storage instructions on pet food bags or containers.
  • Play safely
    • Don’t let your pet lick your mouth or face after it eats pet food or treats.
    • Don’t let your pet lick any open wounds or areas with broken skin.
    • If you do play with your pet after it has just eaten, wash your hands and any part of your body it licked with soap and water.
  • Shop safely
    • Always wash your hands thoroughly with soap and water after touching unpackaged pet treats, such as food or treats in bulk bins.
  • Take extra care around young children
    • Children younger than 5 years old should not touch or eat pet food or treats.
    • Young children are at risk for illness because their immune systems are still developing and because they are more likely than others to put their fingers or other items into their mouths.
    • Adults should supervise handwashing for young children
  • How do I know if my dog has Salmonella infection?
    • Some dogs may have Salmonella infection but may not look sick. Dogs with a Salmonella infection usually have diarrhea that may contain blood or mucus. Affected animals may seem more tired than usual, and may have a fever or vomit.
    • If your dog or cat has these signs of illness or you are concerned that your pet may have Salmonellainfection, please contact your pet’s veterinarian.

Uncategorized

Newly-released videos show SpaceX payload fairing coming back to Earth – Spaceflight Now

July 3rd, 2019