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BSLBATT Lithium Expands Manufacturing and Opens New Facility, Triple the manufacturing space
posted by Ice111 acea on July 20th, 2021 10:29 PM
BSLBATT Lithium Expands Manufacturing and Opens New Facility, Triple the manufacturing space Huizhou, CN, June 18, 2021 — BSLBATT Lithium forklift Batteries is pleased to announce the opening of its new manufacturing facility and company headquarters in huizhou, Guangdong. The new building is three times the size of the former company premises. The move is consistent with our growth strategy and is a response to growing market demand for BSLBATT Lithium forklift Batteries. Our ever-growing product line already exceeds 950 batteries for any lift truck make and model. Wisdom Industrial Power Co., Ltd. (www.lithiumforkliftbattery.com), a leading manufacturer of industrial lithium batteries for the material handling industry, announced today the opening of the company’s new location in Huizhou, Guangdong. One building will now accommodate all in-house manufacturing operations, assembly, logistics, a service center, and company headquarters. With the growing sales and production volumes, this is an important step to ramp up manufacturing and ensure that BSLBATT Lithium forklift Batteries sticks to the lead time it guarantees to its customers. The new facility will also house manufacturing equipment like laser cutting, press brake, and welding station. “The company is growing and this move was part of the business plan,’ said BSLBATT Lithium President Eric Yi. “What we did not expect, was how urgent it became in 2021 to add more manufacturing space and ramp up production volume. We see that the lithium-ion forklift battery market is the fastest growing market, registering revenues of $1,348.5 billion in 2026. Lithium-ion integrates features such as maximum life, productivity and low cost battery maintenance. Lithium-ion forklift batteries have a charging efficiency of more than 98%, drive energy saving and reduce the damaging effects of heating batteries. Bella Chen: “We are in a technology competition. If you want to be at the forefront, you always have to present new and better batteries. That is exactly what BSLBATT Lithium does. People want to be independent. They want maximum flexibility – privately as well as professionally. Because of this, innovations for mobile, reliable energy are required. BSLBATT Lithium supplies them in the form of high-performance lithium-ion cells for a wide range of applications.” “Our new home is six times the size of our former locations combined and gives us enough room to grow,” said BSLBATT Lithium COO Haley Ning. “Having all the elements of our in-house manufacturing process, service center and the company headquarters under one roof will make BSLBATT Lithium forklift Batteries more efficient. Our customers know we are always ready to go the extra mile to make sure our batteries do their job and we are committed to making our batteries more reliable while building them even faster!” ABOUT BSLBATT LITHIUM BSLBATT lithium is a manufacturing and trading combo, specializing in Lithium batteries for over 10 years including all brands and models of lift trucks (Class I, II, and III), Ground Support Equipment, aerial lifts, and storage energy more. BSLBATT specialized in manufacturing Li-ion battery for every forklift. Our production base in Anhui and Huizhou is the first professional Forklift lithium battery factory in China. We mainly produce the Cells and whole Battery Pack, with an annual output power of over 500 million Wh. In total, we have 280 employees, including 20 technicians, 17 QC staff, a strong management team, and major engineers with over 16 years of experience in lithium battery production. We own 36 patents for inventions and utility models and 5 software copyrights. BSLBATT Lithium is more than just a manufacturer – our partners know us for always going the extra mile to meet the customer’s needs and support our dealers. We have helped businesses all across United States, Colombia, Mexico, Canada, Israel, Poland, Croatia, South Africa, United Kingdom, Spain, Thailand and etc. ) transition from diesel, LPG, and traditional lead-acid batteries to the more technologically advanced, economic, and safe lithium forklift battery. Whether you’re a longtime lithium-ion battery user or still considering the switch, BSLBATT Lithium can provide you with a tailored power solution. Watch How customers use their forklift with our LiFePO4 battery? In Business Since 2012. Patented Technology. Innovative Solutions. Browse Our Products.
BSLBATT Lithium Expands Manufacturing and Opens New Facility, Triple the manufacturing space
posted by Ice111 acea on July 20th, 2021 10:29 PM
BSLBATT Lithium Expands Manufacturing and Opens New Facility, Triple the manufacturing space Huizhou, CN, June 18, 2021 — BSLBATT Lithium forklift Batteries is pleased to announce the opening of its new manufacturing facility and company headquarters in huizhou, Guangdong. The new building is three times the size of the former company premises. The move is consistent with our growth strategy and is a response to growing market demand for BSLBATT Lithium forklift Batteries. Our ever-growing product line already exceeds 950 batteries for any lift truck make and model. Wisdom Industrial Power Co., Ltd. (www.lithiumforkliftbattery.com), a leading manufacturer of industrial lithium batteries for the material handling industry, announced today the opening of the company’s new location in Huizhou, Guangdong. One building will now accommodate all in-house manufacturing operations, assembly, logistics, a service center, and company headquarters. With the growing sales and production volumes, this is an important step to ramp up manufacturing and ensure that BSLBATT Lithium forklift Batteries sticks to the lead time it guarantees to its customers. The new facility will also house manufacturing equipment like laser cutting, press brake, and welding station. “The company is growing and this move was part of the business plan,’ said BSLBATT Lithium President Eric Yi. “What we did not expect, was how urgent it became in 2021 to add more manufacturing space and ramp up production volume. We see that the lithium-ion forklift battery market is the fastest growing market, registering revenues of $1,348.5 billion in 2026. Lithium-ion integrates features such as maximum life, productivity and low cost battery maintenance. Lithium-ion forklift batteries have a charging efficiency of more than 98%, drive energy saving and reduce the damaging effects of heating batteries. Bella Chen: “We are in a technology competition. If you want to be at the forefront, you always have to present new and better batteries. That is exactly what BSLBATT Lithium does. People want to be independent. They want maximum flexibility – privately as well as professionally. Because of this, innovations for mobile, reliable energy are required. BSLBATT Lithium supplies them in the form of high-performance lithium-ion cells for a wide range of applications.” “Our new home is six times the size of our former locations combined and gives us enough room to grow,” said BSLBATT Lithium COO Haley Ning. “Having all the elements of our in-house manufacturing process, service center and the company headquarters under one roof will make BSLBATT Lithium forklift Batteries more efficient. Our customers know we are always ready to go the extra mile to make sure our batteries do their job and we are committed to making our batteries more reliable while building them even faster!” ABOUT BSLBATT LITHIUM BSLBATT lithium is a manufacturing and trading combo, specializing in Lithium batteries for over 10 years including all brands and models of lift trucks (Class I, II, and III), Ground Support Equipment, aerial lifts, and storage energy more. BSLBATT specialized in manufacturing Li-ion battery for every forklift. Our production base in Anhui and Huizhou is the first professional Forklift lithium battery factory in China. We mainly produce the Cells and whole Battery Pack, with an annual output power of over 500 million Wh. In total, we have 280 employees, including 20 technicians, 17 QC staff, a strong management team, and major engineers with over 16 years of experience in lithium battery production. We own 36 patents for inventions and utility models and 5 software copyrights. BSLBATT Lithium is more than just a manufacturer – our partners know us for always going the extra mile to meet the customer’s needs and support our dealers. We have helped businesses all across United States, Colombia, Mexico, Canada, Israel, Poland, Croatia, South Africa, United Kingdom, Spain, Thailand and etc. ) transition from diesel, LPG, and traditional lead-acid batteries to the more technologically advanced, economic, and safe lithium forklift battery. Whether you’re a longtime lithium-ion battery user or still considering the switch, BSLBATT Lithium can provide you with a tailored power solution. Watch How customers use their forklift with our LiFePO4 battery? In Business Since 2012. Patented Technology. Innovative Solutions. Browse Our Products.
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Austin ISD Office of Academics presents Author Sonia Nazario
posted by Lydia Domaruk on September 18th, 2014 11:43 AM
Sonia Nazario is the author of "Enrique's Journey" and will be doing readings and book signings in English and Spanish. Both events will be at Travis High School Auditorium 1211 E. Oltorf. Refreshments, child care, and Spanish / English speaking interpreters will be provided. Door prizes. English Presentation: September 18th from 6:30 to 8:30 pm Spanish Presentation: September 19th from 6:30 to 8:30 pm About the book: "Enrique is only five years old when his mother leaves her starving family in Honduras and illegally enters the United States in search of a better life. Her plan is to make enough money for Enrique and his sister to join her. Opportunities for immigrants like Enrique’s mother are few, however, and she cannot deliver on her promise. Years later, at age sixteen, Enrique is still in Honduras, and his resentment toward his mother is increasing. Yet his urge to see her is so great that he sets out on a dangerous journey through Mexico, across the US border, and eventually to North Carolina. He encounters with bandits, corrupt cops, and dishonest coyotes. Enrique’s Journey is the story of a family torn apart, yearning to be together again, and trying to heal deep wounds—a story all too common among America’s newcomers." About the Author: Sonia Nazario was a projects reporter for the Los Angeles Times and staff writer for the Wall Street Journal. She has spent more than two decades reporting and writing about social issues. In addition to numerous national journalism and book awards she won the Pulitzer Prize for her work on the newspaper series that served as the basis for the adult edition of Enrique’s Journey. Sonia Nazario grew up in Kansas and in Argentina and currently lives in Los Angeles.
Monarch Butterflies
posted by Janelle Dozier on August 15th, 2013 8:44 AM
I attended Mike Quinn's presentation on monarch butterflies yesterday. He is an entomologist and expressed interest in doing a workshop for us on monarchs in the future. Here are some highlights of his talk. (I am not a scientist, so I'm just reporting what I understood Mike to be saying. Please let me know if there are glaring errors! Thanks to Lynn Hill for catching an earlier error!) 1. Austin is on the Eastern edge of the Fall migration of monarchs from Canada to Mexico. Typically, they fly a bit farther to the West. Another group of monarchs flies farther to the East over the Gulf Coast. In the Spring, Austin is in the main path of travel for monarchs. We will likely see them in April and May. So, we will typically see more monarchs in the Spring than in the Fall. 2. In the Fall, the Monarchs are coming back to Mexico to over-winter. It is a kind of hibernation. For the most part, they are just passing through Austin in early October, and are not laying eggs. In the Spring, the Monarchs are definitely laying eggs in Austin. So, the Spring crop of caterpillars needs milkweed growing and in bloom. 3. Monarchs don't really beat their wings in flight all the way from Canada to Mexico. In their travels, they mostly drift on the prevailing winds. 4. Monarchs don't fly at night. So, they don't fly over the Gulf of Mexico. It's too far for them to make it in daylight. They follow land down to Mexico and back. 5. Monarch caterpillars live on milkweeds, native and tropical. Without milkweeds, the caterpillars will starve, meaning no more monarchs. In the butterfly stage, Monarchs feed from many nectar sources, from native wildflowers to zinnias. It's the caterpillars that are so milkweed dependent. 6. The numbers of monarch butterflies are falling drastically for several reasons. a) Storms in their wintering area in Mexico caused 80% mortality in 2001-2. Another storm in 2003-4 killed 70% of the monarchs. (Janelle's note: Storms are natural. We can't really do anything (quickly) about the weather.) b) Threatened habitat loss due to illegal logging in their Mexican winter refuge. c) Genetically-engineered farm crops in the U.S. The main monarch flyway from Canada to Mexico is over Midwestern agricultural land. Ninety percent of all soybeans and nearly all corn is genetically engineered with Bt genes and resistant to Round-Up herbicide. The Bt gene causes all caterpillars to die if they eat any part of the plant, including corn pollen that blows onto other plants. This is not as bad a problem for monarchs as the fact that farmers spray so much Round-Up on their crops, that the fields are completely without weeds.....meaning no milkweed. Ever since farmers began plowing fields in the U.S., milkweed in crop fields has been the main source of food for monarch caterpillars. (Yes, it is Monsanto who developed Round-Up Ready seed and inserted the Bt gene into corn and soybeans.) An interesting sidelight: In natural North American prairies, milkweed is a rare plant. Milkweed likes disturbed soil, such as farm fields. So, it is likely that before large scale crop agriculture in the U.S. the monarchs had lower numbers than they did after widespread plowing. Mike's point seems to be that although the Mexican government's efforts to save the monarch butterflies from illegal logging operations is challenged by the huge area the government needs to patrol (over 150,000 acres of mountains) and the elusiveness of the loggers, the biggest force pushing the monarchs toward extinction is the loss of milkweed. 7. It is a good idea for gardeners to plant milkweed to help the monarch butterflies. Tropical milkweed (Mexican milkweed) grows easily in garden environments. It is native to tropical Mexico. According to Mike, it does not tend to become an invasive weed here in Austin....our conditions are too tough for it. The several types of Texas native milkweeds are very fussy about germination and are difficult to grow in gardens. Antelope horn is one example of a native Texas milkweed. The six-foot tall roadside milkweed that I grew up with in Missouri is native to the Midwest and won't grow here. Native Texas milkweeds are antelope horn, green milkweed and zizotes milkweed. 8. If you want to grow milkweed, either grow it from seeds or buy plants from an organic source. Here's an ironic story: Milkweed is always attacked by aphids. Plant nurseries control for aphids in milkweed by treating the plants with a systemic pesticide that kills the aphids. Unfortunately, the systemic pesticide also kills the monarch caterpillars feeding on the milkweed. So, you can buy milkweed from a Big Box store and end up killing all the monarch caterpillars that eat it. The pesticide lasts as long as six weeks. Native American Seed Company sells a Monarch Migration milkweed packet that includes seeds of native milkweeds and information on how to successfully germinate them. A cheaper alternative is to buy tropical milkweed seed in a garden store. 9. Tropical milkweed won't live through a winter with hard freezes, but it may reseed itself or you can plant new seeds. 10. An IMAX movie on the discovery of the monarch overwintering spot in Mexico is running at the Bob Bullock Museum. 11. Mike also recommended "Four Wings and a Prayer" by Sue Halpern about monarch migration. (Janelle's note: Barbara Kingsolver's novel "Flight Behavior" is also interesting.) So...I guess we need to go out and buy milkweed seeds!
A "Snowy" Bakesale
posted by doug on February 16th, 2013 7:59 AM
Hello everyone! Today is the day! This is Doug's daughter. Me and some of my friends want to go an an amazing trip this spring break to New Mexico! The memories will last us a lifetime the only thing is we are about 300 dollars short of the payment. So we will have a bake sale at Wooten Park from 11- 1, then will be at Lake Park beginning at 1 (if we have any cookies left. We would really appreciate it if you came over and bought some delicious cookies, lemonade and ice tea. Hope to see you there! Feb.16
A "Snowy" Bakesale
posted by doug on February 15th, 2013 9:04 PM
Hello everyone! This is Doug's daughter. Me and some of my friends want to go an an amazing trip this spring break to New Mexico! The memories will last us a lifetime the only thing is we are about 300 dollars short of the payment. So we will have a bake sale at Wooten Park from 11- 1, then will be at Lake Park beginning at 1 (if we have any cookies left. We would really appreciate it if you came over and bought some delicious cookies, lemonade and ice tea.
Fine gluten and sugar free pastries for sampling!
posted by vanessa musi on January 17th, 2013 1:43 PM
Hi everyone! My name is Vanessa Musi. I am a pastry chef from Mexico City and I just moved to Austin and I am new to the area. I love Mueller and I am so happy to have discovered this Forum! I am currently working on a gluten and sugar free (agave sweetened) dessert project for a business I am starting .. and I am making many tests so if anyone wants some free samples please give me a call or shoot me an email! I am usually home in evenings.. please bring a tuperware! Vanessa Musi 773 6772197 2504 Tom Miller St
Mexicans in The University Apartments community?
posted by Jorge Vazquez on November 24th, 2011 1:18 PM
Hi everybody! I'm a sort of new neighbor since I just arrived a few months ago, are there any mexicans in our community? I'd be glad to get to know you if any, in order to discuss a couple of interesting things: one of them is the possibility of joining us in our trip back to Mexico for the Holidays, we are planing in doing so by car. Please contact me through this blog or by my email address JorgeVazquez@utexas.edu. Thanks!....Hay alguno mexicano entre nosotros que pudiera estar interesado en conocernos? y/o compartir la jornada de viaje de regreso a México para Navidad?, somos una pareja joven recién llegados y también recién casados que nos gustaría conocer más gente, sobre todo de México...Gracias!
Mexicans in Colorado Apartments
posted by Jorge Vazquez on November 24th, 2011 1:15 PM
Hi everybody! I'm a sort of new neighbor since I just arrived a few months ago, are there any mexicans in our community? I'd be glad to get to know you if any, in order to discuss a couple of interesting things: one of them is the possibility of joining us in our trip back to Mexico for the Holidays, we are planing in doing so by car. Please contact me through this blog or by my email address JorgeVazquez@utexas.edu. Thanks!....Hay alguno mexicano entre nosotros que pudiera estar interesado en conocernos? y/o compartir la jornada de viaje de regreso a México para Navidad?, somos una pareja joven recién llegados y también recién casados que nos gustaría conocer más gente, sobre todo de México...Gracias!
Looking to rent a passenger van over Spring Break
posted by bpkramer on February 22nd, 2011 7:36 AM
2 Mueller families are hoping to pile into one vehicle for a trip to the slopes of New Mexico. In all, 8 bodies will be traveling - 4 big, 4 little. Does anyone have a vehicle to rent? Does anyone have suggestions for an affordable van? Thanks!
12/12/10 New8Austin follow-up report on noise nuisance lawsuit filed by Monarch against Enzo lounge/restaurant
posted by Mark Holzbach on December 13th, 2010 12:36 PM
news8austin.com/content/top_stories/275618/downtown-fight-between-neighbors-heats-up" rel="nofollow">http://www.news8austin.com/content/top_stories/275618/downtown-fight-between-neighbors-heats-up Over the last few years, there has been a boom in the downtown Austin population, but not everyone living close to the entertainment district wants to be entertained. "We don't feel like we have to put up with it," said Ian Ingles, a gentlemen who lives directly across the street from one of the newest restaurant and lounge establishments on the west side of Congress Avenue. Ingles is an attorney by day. By night, he is an annoyed downtown dweller upset with the new neighbors across the street. "You get large groups of people outside the establishment who have obviously been drinking," Ingles said. Ingles said he understands people like to party in one of the liveliest downtown areas in the country, but stressed that what is occurring across the street from the Austin City Lofts is nothing shy of a public safety hazard. "Many seem to me to be intoxicated," said Ingles on Thursday during a break from a hearing. "And they are very loud and rowdy. We see fights." Friday night, plainclothes APD officers checked for loud music hot spots up and down the entertainment district. With police badges around their necks and decibel meters in their hands, Senior Police Officers Cory Erhler and Greg Gentry patrolled downtown venues to make sure they were following the law. "We're doing sound checks for different establishments to establish a baseline of what the overall picture of noise in the downtown area is,” Erhler said. The Austin Fire Department did a routine check on Enzo Friday, and found the building to be under capacity with no violations to report. APD did not find Enzo exceeding the 85 decibels allowed by city ordinance. Enzo lounge owner Emmanuel Loo said area residents are unreasonably targeting his new business. He said he doesn’t understand why. "I really don't know. I think it’s either somebody has a thing against us—I mean, we move into town, we build up this place, we spend a lot of money, we hire a lot of employees," Loo said. Loo is a native of Mexico. His business caters to multi-cultural clientele and has a business model that offers an international vibe similar to lounges in Miami and Los Angeles. "We have over 30 employees that work here and somebody doesn't like us, and it's a shame that just because of that, they're trying to do everything they can to shut us down," Loo said. With the lawsuit looming between multiple neighbors within a stones throw of one another on West Fifth Street, Ingles said none of his complaints are personal. "It's a neighborhood nuisance, it's what it is." The Monarch suit against Enzo is set for jury trial in March.
Gulf oil spill - motivation for change?
posted by sloneycho on August 18th, 2010 11:55 AM
That's very generous of you, Rod. Problem is, there are so many people who are still struggling to get on their feet, I wouldn't know where to start.How about this. I'll check around to see where the locals who are doing OK are making donations. If I happen to come back with a direct appeal -- one to which I would make the same cash donation -- I'll pass that on as well.In the mean time, nola.com has pulled together a nice list of organizations providing aid to those affected by the spill:
HOA - scary story
posted by jillians on June 30th, 2010 2:22 AM
An except from the NPR story: Over the past 20 years, HOAs have exploded across Texas. While there are 1,100 municipalities, there are now 30,000 HOAs. And these associations have far more power to take away a citizen's home than any city or county in Texas. The perception that the balance of power has swung too far toward HOAs has begun to permeate the Texas Legislature. Reform legislation has passed the Texas House of Representatives, but no bill has been able to make it through the state Senate. "Associations are a collection of neighbors," says Republican state Sen. John Carona, who represents Dallas. "The goal has to be to work well together — have a harmonious community — and to create a lifestyle that people enjoy and want to be a part of." In addition to representing Dallas, Carona owns the largest HOA management company in the country — Associa, which has more than 100 offices, 6,000 employees and 7,000 HOA clients in 30 states and Mexico. Carona defends the rights of HOAs to foreclose for delinquent dues, even for small amounts. "If an association did not have a means, a forceful means, to collect that money from any homeowner who, for whatever reason, couldn't pay, it places an unfair burden on every other owner in that association," Carona says. "And a burden, quite candidly, that those other members didn't bargain for." There have been complaints that some members of HOA boards have bought HOA-foreclosed properties for a pittance, and then sold them for a hefty profit. In Texas, there are no laws to prevent this. Carona says the best way to address this apparent conflict of interest is not by passing new state laws but by letting the HOAs handle it internally through modification of the association's constitution. "I think that an association can avoid that type of thing by adopting conflict-of-interest rules," he says. Associa is affiliated with Alliance. I can't say if they own it outright, but Senator Carona (Mister we don't need reform legislation, let the HOA's handle it internally. ) is attached to our POA. That makes me very uncomfortable... Pools & drinking fountains may be the least of our troubles.
A Call to Arms. reduex.
posted by langhugh on June 6th, 2010 6:07 PM
As Aaron has informed me that his World Cup party has fallen through, I started calling around to find alternatives...I just got off the phone with the folks at I'd suggest that we get together and make Nomad our neighborhood bar for the World Cup. I have had several conversations about what folks are doing for the matches, and Nomad promises to have food and drink available for all matches (even the early morning matches)I put together a Group Stage schedule with all times in Central Time so I wouldn't forget.Group StageJune 11, 2010South Africa v Mexico A 9:00 AMUruguay v France A 1:30 PMJune 12, 2010South Korea v Greece B 6:30 AMArgentina v Nigeria B 9:00 AMJune 13, 2010Algeria v Slovenia C 6:30 AMSerbia v Ghana D 9:00 AMGermany v Australia D 1:30 PMJune 14, 2010Netherlands v Denmark E 6:30 AMJapan v Cameroon E 9:00 AMItaly v Paraguay F 1:30 PMJune 15, 2010New Zealand v Slovakia F 6:30 AMIvory Coast v Portugal G 9:00 AMBrazil v North Korea G 1:30 PMJune 16, 2010Honduras v Chile H 6:30 AMSpain v Switzerland H 9:00 AMSouth Africa v Uruguay A 1:30 PMJune 17, 2010Argentina v South Korea B 6:30 AMGreece v Nigeria B 9:00 AMFrance v Mexico A 1:30 PMJune 18, 2010Germany v Serbia D 6:30 AMEngland v Algeria C 1:30 PMJune 19, 2010Netherlands v Japan E 6:30 AMGhana v Australia D 9:00 AM Cameroon v Denmark E 1:30 PMJune 20, 2010Slovakia v Paraguay F 6:30 AMItaly v New Zealand F 9:00 AMBrazil v Ivory Coast G 1:30 PMJune 21, 2010Portugal v North Korea G 6:30 AMChile v Switzerland H 9:00 AMSpain v Honduras H 1:30 PMJune 22, 2010Mexico v Uruguay A 9:00 AMFrance v South Africa A 9:00 AMNigeria v South Korea B 1:30 PM Greece v Argentina B 1:30 PM June 23, 2010Slovenia v England C 9:00 AM Ghana v Germany D 1:30 PM Australia v Serbia D 1:30 PM June 24, 2010Slovakia v Italy F 9:00 AM Paraguay v New Zealand F 9:00 AMDenmark v Japan E 1:30 PM Cameroon v Netherlands E 1:30 PMJune 25, 2010North Korea v Ivory Coast G 9:00 AMPortugal v Brazil G 9:00 AMSwitzerland v Honduras H 1:30 PMChile v Spain H 1:30 PM
Official World Cup Thread!
posted by langhugh on June 6th, 2010 6:04 PM
I just got off the phone with the folks at I'd suggest that we get together and make Nomad our neighborhood bar for the World Cup. I have had several conversations about what folks are doing for the matches, and Nomad promises to have food and drink available for all matches (even the early morning matches) I put together a Group Stage schedule with all times in Central Time so I wouldn't forget. Group Stage June 11, 2010 South Africa v Mexico A 9:00 AM Uruguay v France A 1:30 PM June 12, 2010 South Korea v Greece B 6:30 AM Argentina v Nigeria B 9:00 AM June 13, 2010 Algeria v Slovenia C 6:30 AM Serbia v Ghana D 9:00 AM Germany v Australia D 1:30 PM June 14, 2010 Netherlands v Denmark E 6:30 AM Japan v Cameroon E 9:00 AM Italy v Paraguay F 1:30 PM June 15, 2010 New Zealand v Slovakia F 6:30 AM Ivory Coast v Portugal G 9:00 AM Brazil v North Korea G 1:30 PM June 16, 2010 Honduras v Chile H 6:30 AM Spain v Switzerland H 9:00 AM South Africa v Uruguay A 1:30 PM June 17, 2010 Argentina v South Korea B 6:30 AM Greece v Nigeria B 9:00 AM France v Mexico A 1:30 PM June 18, 2010 Germany v Serbia D 6:30 AM England v Algeria C 1:30 PM June 19, 2010 Netherlands v Japan E 6:30 AM Ghana v Australia D 9:00 AM Cameroon v Denmark E 1:30 PM June 20, 2010 Slovakia v Paraguay F 6:30 AM Italy v New Zealand F 9:00 AM Brazil v Ivory Coast G 1:30 PM June 21, 2010 Portugal v North Korea G 6:30 AM Chile v Switzerland H 9:00 AM Spain v Honduras H 1:30 PM June 22, 2010 Mexico v Uruguay A 9:00 AM France v South Africa A 9:00 AM Nigeria v South Korea B 1:30 PM Greece v Argentina B 1:30 PM June 23, 2010 Slovenia v England C 9:00 AM Ghana v Germany D 1:30 PM Australia v Serbia D 1:30 PM June 24, 2010 Slovakia v Italy F 9:00 AM Paraguay v New Zealand F 9:00 AM Denmark v Japan E 1:30 PM Cameroon v Netherlands E 1:30 PM June 25, 2010 North Korea v Ivory Coast G 9:00 AM Portugal v Brazil G 9:00 AM Switzerland v Honduras H 1:30 PM Chile v Spain H 1:30 PM
Family Dollar Store
posted by michael salata on March 9th, 2010 9:59 PM
Gentlemen - please allow me to elaborate on what was just posted. Tide, Nabisco, Jell-O brand, Johnson @ Johnson, Alpo, Welch’s, Proctor and gamble, Chicken of the Sea, Kotex, Pringles, Prego, Luvs, Snickers, Charmin, Kleenex……I am pretty sure are all American-made products made by Americans - some union, some not. In addition, all the milk, bread and eggs sold at Family Dollar come from local Texan dairies, bakeries and egg farms. The real reason why we can sell our items at low prices is due to large volume purchasing. Like Wal-Mart, we purchase each item by the semi-load. We then distribute those semi-loads among 7000 plus Family Dollars across the country and in-turn have the ability to offer “value” to our customers. Yes, it is true that at Family Dollar, anyone can purchase some items that are made overseas. But, if you look closer at what is actually sold to Americans at Wal-Mart, H.E.B, Randall’s, Sears, K-Mart, Macys, Dullards, Toys R Us, MANY items sold at these respected retail establishments are manufactured overseas by under-paid workers. This includes produce that is shipped in from South America, Mexico and New Zealand. This was obvious to my wife and I as we were shopping for some outfits at the mall. My wife is an ex-model who knows good quality clothing. All her “fashionable” clothes during her career were made in Italy and Moscow and Poland. We were totally blown away after looking at all the labels in Macys and Dillards. Made in Taiwan, Made in China, Made in Guatemala, Made in India, Made in Pakistan among others were all that we were finding. She quickly realized that material that she will wear on her body is just that - material. Why pay $100 for a skirt when she can purchase a similar skirt for $12.50?? That $87.50 that she just saved now goes to care for our two young children. Oh, and by the way, she still is a knock-out wearing that lower-priced skirt!! It doesn’t bother me a bit!!!! I work for an American Retail establishment that had in excess of 7 billion dollars in sales last year!!!! This money that Family Dollar earned was money that was paid for by Americans, which then paid the salaries of hard-working American workers, who in turn took that money and bought more goods for their families at many other retail stores. It’s the American circle of life. We are simply an alternative outlet which is located minutes away from your front door. Please, before judgment is passed - come in and see for yourself. If after your visit, you realize that we cannot save you money on the exact same items sold elsewhere - that’s O.K. This is still America. We are all free to shop where we want to shop.
Texas Independence Day
posted by queeneliz1 on March 2nd, 2010 7:35 PM
Hmm, Bobby. I will take that as a challenge and get back to you! Meantime, I thought some of you might enjoy this Texas Independence Day trivia quiz...I'll post the answers later this week. 1. There were supposedly 5 original copies of the Texas Declaration of Independence. Of those only one exists today. Where did it reside before it reappeared in Texas? Where does it reside now? 2. When was the Texas Declaration of Independence Signed? 3. Before the document generally viewed as the Texas Declaration of Independence was drafted and signed, there was a precursor that is sometimes viewed as the "first Texas Declaration of Independence". Where and when was the document ratified? 4. How many times has a new government taken over the Texas territory? 5. Match the following signers of the Declaration to the statement that describes them: __ Lorenzo de Zavala __ George C. Childress __ Jose Antonio Navarro __ Charles S. Taylor __ Edwin Waller __Jose Francisco Ruiz A. My descendant is a current state-wide officeholder B. I'm one of two native-born Texians who signed the declaration and I also served in the Texas Senate. C. I signed both the Texas Declaration of Independence and the Ordinance of Secession. D. My nephew was also a signer of the Texas Declaration of Independence. E. My brother-in-law was a U.S. President. F. I once served as Governor of the State of Mexico.
Do running shoes do more harm than good?
posted by Rod on May 25th, 2009 7:01 AM
Further information:Vibram fivefingers are available in Austin at least at REI near the Book People and Whole Earth at 11th and Lamar, and perhaps at other Whole Earth locations, and might be available at other locations. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tarahumarahttp://www.amazon.com/Born-Run-Hidden-Superathletes-Greatest/dp/0307266303/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&s=books&qid=1243253015&sr=1-1The amazon link is to: Born to Run: A Hidden Tribe, Superathletes, and the Greatest Race the World Has Never Seen (Hardcover)by Christopher McDougall (Author)Amazon.com ReviewBook Description Full of incredible characters, amazing athletic achievements, cutting-edge science, and, most of all, pure inspiration, Born to Run is an epic adventure that began with one simple question: Why does my foot hurt? In search of an answer, Christopher McDougall sets off to find a tribe of the world’s greatest distance runners and learn their secrets, and in the process shows us that everything we thought we knew about running is wrong.Isolated by the most savage terrain in North America, the reclusive Tarahumara Indians of Mexico’s deadly Copper Canyons are custodians of a lost art. For centuries they have practiced techniques that allow them to run hundreds of miles without rest and chase down anything from a deer to an Olympic marathoner while enjoying every mile of it. Their superhuman talent is matched by uncanny health and serenity, leaving the Tarahumara immune to the diseases and strife that plague modern existence. With the help of Caballo Blanco, a mysterious loner who lives among the tribe, the author was able not only to uncover the secrets of the Tarahumara but also to find his own inner ultra-athlete, as he trained for the challenge of a lifetime: a fifty-mile race through the heart of Tarahumara country pitting the tribe against an odd band of Americans, including a star ultramarathoner, a beautiful young surfer, and a barefoot wonder.With a sharp wit and wild exuberance, McDougall takes us from the high-tech science labs at Harvard to the sun-baked valleys and freezing peaks across North America, where ever-growing numbers of ultrarunners are pushing their bodies to the limit, and, finally, to the climactic race in the Copper Canyons. Born to Run is that rare book that will not only engage your mind but inspire your body when you realize that the secret to happiness is right at your feet, and that you, indeed all of us, were born to run.Amazon Exclusive: A Q&A with Christopher McDougall Question: Born to Run explores the life and running habits of the Tarahumara Indians of Mexico’s Copper Canyon, arguably the greatest distance runners in the world. What are some of the secrets you learned from them?Christopher McDougall: The key secret hit me like a thunderbolt. It was so simple, yet such a jolt. It was this: everything I’d been taught about running was wrong. We treat running in the modern world the same way we treat childbirth—it’s going to hurt, and requires special exercises and equipment, and the best you can hope for is to get it over with quickly with minimal damage.Then I meet the Tarahumara, and they’re having a blast. They remember what it’s like to love running, and it lets them blaze through the canyons like dolphins rocketing through waves. For them, running isn’t work. It isn’t a punishment for eating. It’s fine art, like it was for our ancestors. Way before we were scratching pictures on caves or beating rhythms on hollow trees, we were perfecting the art of combining our breath and mind and muscles into fluid self-propulsion over wild terrain. And when our ancestors finally did make their first cave paintings, what were the first designs? A downward slash, lightning bolts through the bottom and middle—behold, the Running Man.(...)
February book club vote
posted by queeneliz1 on January 8th, 2009 8:34 PM
Book club -- thanks to Erin for these book selections and descriptions ... I think the poll should work below, I hope! Please vote by Jan. 27 (our next meeting for Eat Pray Love - see the events page). Book descriptions are under the poll... 1. The House on Mango Street by Sandra Cisneros Publisher Comments: Told in a series of vignettes stunning for their eloquence, The House on Mango Street is Sandra Cisneros's greatly admired novel of a young girl growing up in the Latino section of Chicago. Acclaimed by critics, beloved by children, their parents and grandparents, taught everywhere from inner-city grade schools to universities across the country, and translated all over the world, it has entered the canon of coming-of-age classics. Sometimes heartbreaking, sometimes deeply joyous, The House on Mango Street tells the story of Esperanza Cordero, whose neighborhood is one of harsh realities and harsh beauty. Esperanza doesn't want to belong — not to her rundown neighborhood, and not to the low expectations the world has for her. Esperanza's story is that of a young girl coming into her power, and inventing for herself what she will become. 2. Bless Me, Ultima by Rudolfo Anaya Synopsis: A talent for meaningful storytelling and exquisite prose has made Rudolfo Anaya a leading exponent of Chicano literature in English. Anaya's work has won international acclaim, earning him a premier place in virtually every anthology of Latino writing. Now his classic bestseller, "Bless Me, Ultima" is reborn in this beautifully illustrated special edition. Antonio Marez is six years old when Ultima enters his life. She is a curandera, one who heals with herbs and magic. 'We cannot let her live her last days in loneliness,' says Antonio's mother. 'It is not the way of our people,' agrees his father. And so Ultima comes to live with Antonio's family in New Mexico. Soon Tony will journey to the threshold of manhood. Always, Ultima watches over him. She graces him with the courage to face childhood bigotry, diabolical possession, the moral collapse of his brother, and too many violent deaths. Under her wise guidance, Tony will probe the family ties that bind him, and he will find in himself the magical secrets of the pagan past—a mythic legacy equally as palpable as the Catholicism of Latin America in which he has been schooled. At each turn in his life there is Ultima who will nurture the birth of his soul. Enhanced by four full-color paintings by noted New Mexican artist Bernadette Vigil, this book will be treasured by all admirers of Rudolfo Anaya, whether they are longtime followers of his work or are discovering him for the first time. 3. The Brief Wonderous Life of Oscar Wao by Junot Diaz 2008 Pulitzer Prize for Fiction Things have never been easy for Oscar, a sweet but disastrously overweight, lovesick Dominican ghetto nerd. From his home in New Jersey, where he lives with his old-world mother and rebellious sister, Oscar dreams of becoming the Dominican J. R. R. Tolkien and, most of all, of finding love. But he may never get what he wants, thanks to the fukú – the curse that has haunted the Oscar's family for generations, dooming them to prison, torture, tragic accidents, and, above all, ill-starred love. Oscar, still waiting for his first kiss, is just its most recent victim. Diaz immerses us in the tumultuous life of Oscar and the history of the family at large, rendering with genuine warmth and dazzling energy, humor, and insight the Dominican–American experience, and, ultimately, the endless human capacity to persevere in the face of heartbreak and loss. A true literary triumph, The Brief Wondrous Life of Oscar Wao confirms Junot Diaz as one of the best and most exciting voices of our time.
For the Obama supporters in the neighborhood...
posted by momof4 on November 3rd, 2008 2:35 PM
I've summarized an article from Newsweek for those of you who are detail junkies with this election...5:00 - Poll closes in Indiana. If this state gets called for Obama by 6:00, it is catastrophic for McCain. Means a landslide.6:00 - Poll closes in Virginia & New Hampshire. Should call for Obama by 7. If New Hampshire goes to McCain we will have to think there may be some "Bradley Effect" happening. Uh-oh6:30 - OH & NC polls close7:00 - Pennsylvania, Michigan, Missouri polls close. Penn is only state McCain is closing in on #s.8:00 - Polls close in Colorado, New Mexico, Wisconsin, & Minnesota. WI & MN should be called quickly for Obama. If not, there is a problem. NM looks safe for Obama, but takes a while to count.9:00 - polls close in Nevada, Iowa, Montana & NY. This is the earliest point the race might be called for Obama. If Obama wins Washoe, Montana, the state and the country are his.10:00 polls close California, Oregon, and Washington. No big surprises here. Biggest thing to see is if Prop 8 fails in CA. 11:00 - Alaska closes. Senate seat (Mark Begich) may put dems to 60 seat victory.All times are Central Time Zone.
untitled
posted by Shane on February 14th, 2008 8:02 AM
tee hee....just googled my address again, and now my new house is in Chihuahua, Mexico. Dang! I knew I should have started those Spanish classes again.
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