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Not so long ago, trading down to an inexpensive small car was a sacrifice. Yes, the mileage was better. But everything else was worse, including the styling, construction quality and interior room. But all that began to change a few years ago, as the all new Rio shows. It also offers an impressive amount of head, shoulder and leg room, even in the back seats. The most impressive feature is the all new Kia Rio the Gamma 1.4 Gasoline Engine which has been geared to substantially increase fuel efficiency and power, and reduce emissions. An automatic transmission, which usually takes all the fun out of driving cars with such a small engine, at the same time the performance is more than adequate..
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BILLINGS, Mont.-- Sixty-four bison from Yellowstone National Park were due to arrive at northeast Montanas Fort Peck Reservation on Monday, under a long-stalled relocation initiative meant to repopulate parts of the West with the iconic, genetically pure animals.
Montana Gov. Brian Schweitzer described the bison transfer as a major step in efforts to bring the animals back across a larger landscape.
This is where were going to establish the beachhead of genetically pure bison that will be available as their numbers grow to go to other reservations and other public lands all across the West, Schweitzer said.
Tribal and state officials signed an agreement late Friday allowing the transfer to take place, said Robert Magnan with the Fort Peck Fish and Game Department.
For the Assiniboine and Sioux tribes of Fort Peck, tribal leaders said the relocation offers a chance to revive their connection with an animal that historically provided food, clothing and shelter for their ancestors.
Most bison, also known as buffalo, are hybrids that have been interbred with cattle. Yellowstones animals are said to represent one of the worlds last remaining reservoirs of pure bison genetics.
One of the main things were trying to do is preserve the genetic integrity of these animals, Magnan said. The cultural links from those genetics will be the closest to the bison of our ancestors.
Details of the shipment were kept quiet until it was under way to avoid a court injunction, Magnan said. A group of northeast Montana landowners and property groups filed a lawsuit in state district court in January seeking to stop the transfer.
Several prior attempts to relocate the animals failed because of opposition from cattle producers and difficulty finding public or tribal land suitable for the bison.
State wildlife officials have said the relocation of the Yellowstone bison may help answer the question of whether the species can be reintroduced to some public lands in Montana where they once roamed freely. Overhunting in the 19th century wiped out vast herds of millions of bison that once roamed across most of North America.
About half of the animals heading to Fort Peck will possibly be relocated later this year to the Fort Belknap Indian Reservation in central Montana. Fences for those animals have not yet been completed.
The animals have been confined to quarantine just north of the park for several years.
They were captured leaving the park during their winter migration and tested extensively to make sure they were free of brucellosis. That disease, which can cause pregnant animals to abort their young, was for many years the primary argument for preventing Yellowstone bison from roaming freely outside the park.
But critics of the relocation have lingering worries about bison competing with cattle for rangeland.
State Sen. Rick Ripley, a Wolf Creek Republican and plaintiff in the landowners lawsuit, criticized Mondays move and said it was in defiance of a law passed last year that required officials to come up with a state-wide bison management plan before moving the animals.
They just seem to think they are above the law, Ripley said. Theyre going to have a lot of problems with damage to private property that they could have addressed prior to translocation.
The 64 bison and their offspring will remain inside a fenced compound on the reservation and should not cause any problems for the neighbors of the Assiniboine and Sioux tribes, Magnan said.
The tribes already have about 200 bison in a commercial herd that are used for meat and hunting. But those animals are not genetically pure like the Yellowstone bison.
A 65th bison that was scheduled to be transferred Monday recently died after getting gored by another bison, Schweitzer said.
National Farmers Union (NFU) President Roger Johnson testified this week before the US Senate Committee on Agriculture, Nutrition and Forestry to discuss risk management and commodities in the 2012 Farm Bill.
Every family farmer, rancher and consumer benefits from a strong and effective safety net for commodities, Johnson said. Commodity prices do not remain high and do not always return a profit to our producers. When prices fall, and we know they will, it is critical that a price-based safety net be in place, because we know that long lasting drops in commodity prices and artificially high price peaks are harmful to the entire production supply chain, in both domestic and international markets.
In an effort to offer Congress a plan that might be more effective and less expensive than what is currently in place, NFU commissioned the University of Tennessees Agricultural Policy Analysis Center (APAC), to help develop a farm program that would moderate extreme price volatility in commodity markets while allowing farmers to receive their income from the marketplace rather than from government payments, saving the federal government a significant amount of money in the process.
The plan NFU proposes is known as the Market-Driven Inventory System (MDIS).
MDIS is an agricultural commodity program that mitigates price volatility, said Johnson. It provides advantages to livestock producers and the biofuels industry. In addition, it would reduce government expenses, increase the value of crop exports and maintain net farm income over time. The central feature of MDIS is a voluntary, farmer-owned and market-driven inventory system based on recourse loan rates set a level below total cost of production but above variable costs.
According to the study by APAC, during the 1998 to 2010 time period, actual government payments for the eight program crops (corn, wheat, soybeans, grain sorghum, barley, oats, cotton and rice) totaled $152.2 billion, excluding crop insurance premium subsidy payments. If MDIS had been in place during this time, farmers would have received $56.4 billion from the government (in storage payments), while earning roughly the same net farm income over the period as historically received. Taxpayers could have saved nearly $100 billion. If current programs were continued from 2012 to 2021, government payments would total $65 billion over those 10 years. With MDIS in place, government payments are estimated to total $26 billion, or 60 percent less.
NFU will remain engaged during the coming weeks and months as more decisions are being made related to the 2012 Farm Bill, said Johnson. We will continue to work with Congress on coming to an agreement that will benefit family farmers in times of market crashes or when disasters strike so that the United States can continue to provide a consistent, safe and abundant food supply to its residents and the world.
They just love it. You see a race horse and it gets to the day before a race and you see how excited they get. It’s quite special.
Pistorius has dogs, too — Enzo, a black-and-white bull terrier and Silo, a light-brown American pit bull. He explains Silo was a rescue dog, who was locked in a room only two metres by three metres until she was three-and-a-half months old. She had a broken back and is still nervous, even after Pistorius’s care and attention.
Enzo, however, is just mad. As he jumps around outside by the pool Pistorius elects to tell me: The last journalist who came here, he ripped their toe nail off. There was blood everywhere. Somehow I don’t think he’s joking.
THE ADRENALINE JUNKIE
PISTORIUS drives his big black BMW through Pretoria’s leafy, well-heeled suburbs like a racing-car driver.
Beneath the over-sized sunglasses he smiles with satisfaction as he hears the engine momentarily eclipse the upbeat dance tunes when he pushes his foot to the floor. The good-looking, 25-year-old driver, a man recently voted South Africa’s best-dressed by GQ magazine, attracts admiring glances when we pause in the heavy commuter traffic.
This car is still quick and impressive, but it is the safe option for Pistorius, designed to protect him in the event of a crash. An adrenaline junkie by nature, he insists he has given up all that stuff to pursue his dream of competing at the Olympics.
The walls of his home are adorned with signed boxing memorabilia and a painting of James Dean, the rebel without a cause. Pistorius’s double garage is littered with kit — skis, snowboards, boxing gloves and bicycles — but they remain unused, for now at least.
He has sold 11 motorcycles — superbikes, race bikes, I had loads of different bikes — over the past two years to focus on this sport he fell into almost by accident, when a knee injury stopped him playing rugby at boarding school and he began athletics ‘as a form of rehabilitation’.
We grew up on bikes, he says. There’s a picture of me wheeling a motorbike when I was about six years old. But sometimes you just have to realise that, although you don’t want to stop the things you enjoy for anything, you have to realise that there are priorities sometimes. There’s no point, when you’re working so hard for something, in inviting the possibility you could mess it up. Things could go wrong on a bike very quickly.
I used to race every second or third weekend. You crash pretty often. Even if you just twist a wrist or something it can affect your start, or your technique. It’s just not worth it.
Pistorius also crashed his power boat into a submerged pier in 2008, breaking two ribs, his jaw and an eye socket, and had to have 172 stitches. The boat’s gone, too, he adds, smiling and looking sheepish. We don’t do that stuff any more. It was quite difficult to get that out of my system. I miss that quite a bit.
There will be a time for that in the future but, right now, I would be quite upset if I got injured. There must be other ways I can unwind. It’s a small sacrifice.’
He reads, paints, and plays ‘the odd nine holes of golf’ instead, but you feel it has been very difficult, letting go of the pursuit of going dizzyingly, dangerously fast.
Pistorius is still chasing that buzz in a purer way, of course, just him, the track and the clock, but it is as if he has had to learn to respect his body; realising that it might just not be unbreakable after all.
There is something of an irony in this, but Pistorius, unfailingly polite and courteous as he is, is a man who does not comprehend the concept of ‘cannot’.
IT’S NOT ALL BLACK AND WHITE
THE book Pistorius is reading is called The Just Defiance by Peter Harris, about the African National Congress’s campaign of violence during apartheid.
Pistorius grew up in a comfortable white family. He has a black live-in caretaker, Frankie, who keeps his home spotless, and trains with a Zimbabwe 400m runner, Talkmore Nyongani. He says he finds it fascinating looking back at his nation’s history and politics and discusses both animatedly and passionately.
My generation weren’t affected by apartheid so it’s very difficult for us to understand sometimes, he says. We had dinner last night for my sister Aimee’s birthday. We sat at a table with 20 people and, without even noticing, she’s got a third black friends, a third Indian and a third white.
I find politics fascinating; a person’s reasoning behind things. Sometimes it might be that they’ve got the wrong actions, but the reason behind it is sometimes just. Sometimes the reasoning’s so flawed that it just brings out the worst in people.
We see things as black and white but there’s often a lot of grey in between. Whether it be right or wrong is a different story but it’s good to appreciate other people’s views. Sometimes people feel they have to make a stand but it becomes more about egos than anything else. They try to prove a point and end up doing even more damage.
He could be talking about his own fight here, the successful battle for the Court of Arbitration for Sport to conclude his carbon-fibre blades do not give him an advantage on the athletics track. But in this case, it is his view that is very black and white.
At the end of the day there are tens of thousands of people using the same prosthetics I use and there’s no-one running the same times, he says, with defiance.
You’re always going to get people who have their opinions and offer their opinions but they can’t explain things like that.
MOM WAS COOL. A VERY HECTIC, FREE SPIRIT
ONE of Pistorius’s first memories is hurtling down a hill on a go-kart with his brother, Carl, who then decided to use one of Oscar’s prostheses as an impromptu brake to stop them crashing.
My brother was like my hero when I was growing up, said Pistorius. He’s a year and a bit older. We’re still very close. We stayed on a plot that was near an informal settlement, like a township, and we used to go and play football with the kids there and we used to have so much fun.
We would build tree houses in the holiday and we had motorbikes on a track in our garden. It’s nice to have someone who pushes you to do things. You’re always trying to compete with him.
Carl’s not very good with normal sports. He’s an adrenaline junkie. He does jet skis and white-river rafting and mountain-bike racing. He’s like an action freak.
The boys’ mother, Sheila, was the sort of woman who would tell Carl to put his shoes on and Oscar to put his legs on and that’s the last I want to hear of it. She died on March 6, 2002 — a date Pistorius has tattooed on his arm — after being wrongly diagnosed with hepatitis. He almost whispers when he talks about his mum, such is the respect in his voice.
She was very special to us, says Pistorius. She was very cool; a very hectic, free spirit. She didn’t really comply with much and had a very carefree approach to life.
She didn’t take anything too seriously. She wrote us hundreds of letters and taught us hundreds of things and never made decisions for us. Those are the important lessons, when you try to do things sometimes and you don’t succeed and you give up, and you never really know what the potential could have been if you had stayed dedicated to something.
SHEDDING THE KILOS
THE most dramatic difference between the Pistorius who just missed out on qualifying for the 2008 Olympics and the athlete who has already beaten the 45.30-second ‘A’ standard for London 2012 is his weight.
He used to look like a rugby player; now the Pistorius you will see at the BT Paralympic World Cup in Manchester on May 22, at the Paralympic Games in London and — if he can match the qualifying time at an international event — at the Olympic Games, looks more like a middle-distance runner.
Pistorius explains he has shed 17 kilograms over the past two-and-a-half years. His message is simple, brutal even. If you’ve got extra weight you’ve got to justify it, he says. If it’s not adding to the power-to-weight ratio, it has to go.
You sometimes find sprinters fighting themselves when they’re running. They’re using a lot of aggression that’s not getting transferred on to the track. It’s a waste of energy, really.
Pistorius is not a big believer in wasting energy. He admits he didn’t realise this when he was younger, but it’s why the fast cars, motorbikes and white tigers have gone, allowing him to concentrate on Oscar the athlete.
As the tattoo on his left shoulder states: I do not run like a man running aimlessly. Daily Mail
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Sometimes, nostalgia can win as a business strategy after all. Just witness the surprising return of the Edaville railroad, an amusement park in Carver that seemed destined for a date with a bulldozer a year ago.
At that time, owner Jon Delli Priscoli was actively looking for a buyer to keep Edaville USA going, while also holding out a residential subdivision as a backup plan. When no buyer emerged for the park, Delli Priscoli dropped the plan to subdivide the place and instead decided to pump more than $100,000 into repairs to improve the park for the 2011 fall season.
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Los Gatos Research (LGR), the leader in precision trace gas analyzers, has expanded the company's range of ultra-portable greenhouse gas analyzers (UGGA) by introducing the first in a series of economical, single-gas analyzers. This new, ultra-portable methane (CH4) analyzer offers parts per billion precision and accuracy in a rugged, crush-proof and compact package, measuring only 18.5 in. x 14 in. x 7 in. (47 cm x 36 cm x 18 cm), and weighing less than 19 kg. In addition, the analyzer consumes less than 60 watts and can operate natively on either AC or DC (battery) power. It features an extremely wide linear dynamic range - an Extended Range option even enables high precision measurement of CH4 concentrations as high as 10%, while maintaining ppb sensitivity. This economical analyzer reports CH4 and H2O concentrations in real time, continuously at user selectable rates as fast as 1 Hz. These measurements are unaffected by crosstalk from other common atmospheric gas, hydrocarbons, or combustion-generated gases (like CO, CO2, O2). For example, the new methane analyzer automatically corrects the real-time CH4 measurements for all water vapor dilution and spectroscopic effects, and reports the concentration as a dry mole fraction directly and without any data post processing. This eliminates the need for sample drying to achieve highest accuracy. Moreover, unlike other technologies which require much higher power and long warm-up times, LGR's analyzers start reporting reliable data in less than 2 minutes after power on. This makes them ideal for portable operation (e.g., natural gas leak detection, compliance monitoring) - in a vehicle, plane or ship - as well as for remote, extended use at challenging locations with limited power (with full control via the Internet).
LGR President Dr. Douglas Baer explains that, "The unique combination of portability, remote operation, data archiving, absolute accuracy, and huge dynamic range make this rugged, ultraportable methane analyzer ideally suited for use by federal, state and local monitoring agencies, as well as natural gas suppliers, where operational flexibility and reliability are paramount requirements. And, we believe that the significantly lower cost of this single-gas instrument will enable its use by a broad spectrum of users, including teaching institutions and other organizations with very limited budgets."
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A mother and her son have been banned from keeping animals after one of their Bull Terriers attacked a strangers pet dog in the street.
Nora Mannion, 46, of Denmark Street, and Sonny Mannion, 21, of The Oval, Oxford, owned five dogs.
An RSPCA inspector said vets found evidence the dogs had cigarette burns.
The mother was banned for 10 years and given a six-week jail term, suspended for 12 months. Her son was banned from owning animals for five years.
Nora Mannion was also ordered to pay £500 costs and £500 compensation.
She was charged with being the owner of a dog and allowing it to be dangerously out of control in a public place and cause injury.
Sonny Mannion was also sentenced to a three month curfew and ordered to pay £500 costs.
His charge was in relation to the duty of a person responsible for an animal to ensure welfare, pertaining to the Animal Welfare Act 2006.
Both pleaded guilty to the charges.
All the dogs had to be put down because they were too aggressive towards humans and other dogs.
Senior RSPCA inspector Kirsty Wignall said: I am pleased with the sentencing, particularly with the disqualification.
She said it had not been possible to prove who was responsible for the burns on the dogs.
The animals also had wounds indicative of fighting with other dogs or each other, she said.
In less than a decade, social networking has transformed how we stay in touch with friends, shop, network and gather our news. Many of the almost 1 billion users of Facebook -- and the millions who use Twitter, LinkedIn or blogs -- cannot imagine communicating without these tools.
The publisher Harlequins 2012 Romance Report shows just how technology is changing the way men and women communicate with each other. The potential to enhance intimate connections is unlimited. Still, Valentines Day is the perfect time to issue a warning: Social networking sites can open a Pandoras box of relationship destroyers -- unleashing everything from affairs, the rekindling of past toxic relationships, jealousy, imaginary online relationships that replace face-to-face intimacy, and online stalking, to name just a few.
Here are the most common problems that wreak havoc when real-life relationships play out on social media sites:
Full disclosure. Anyone involved in a committed adult relationship should be willing to be public about that status on Facebook. Of course there are a few exceptions to the rule, but if your partner refuses to disclose your relationship in his or her social networking life, its probably a red flag .
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