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Aua! Ich hab’ne blase! — Ouch! I’ve got a blister! …item 2.. Texas judge beating video causing outrage — His daughter, Hillary, wails and pleads for him to stop (November 2, 2011) …

Aua! Ich hab’ne blase! — Ouch! I’ve got a blister! …item 2.. Texas judge beating video causing outrage — His daughter, Hillary, wails and pleads for him to stop (November 2, 2011) …
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……item 2)…. CBS NEWS … www.cbsnews.com

November 2, 2011 11:19 PM
Texas judge beating video causing outrage
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Judge William Adams (Aransas County Court)

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Hillary Adams, daughter of Aransas County Court-at-Law Judge William Adams, walks outside her mother’s home in Portland, Texas Wednesday, Nov. 2, 2011. (Credit: AP Photo/Chris Sherman)

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(CBS/AP) PORTLAND, Texas – Police launched an investigation Wednesday into a Texas family law judge whose daughter posted a YouTube video of him savagely beating her with a belt during a tirade several years ago when she was a teenager.

The incident has resulted in a deluge of phone calls, emails and visits to the courthouse where Aransas County Court-at-Law Judge William Adams works, reports the American Bar Association Journal. Additionally, the ABA Journal reports that "Adams has agreed to take paid leave, his office has been closed and security has been enhanced at the courthouse. Jury duty has also been canceled for two days."

The nearly 8-minute video, which had been viewed more than 600,000 times since it was uploaded last week, shows Adams lashing his then-16-year-old daughter in the legs more than a dozen times and growing increasingly irate while she screams and refuses to turn over on a bed to be beaten.

"Lay down or I’ll spank you in your (expletive) face," Adams screams. His daughter, Hillary, wails and pleads for him to stop.

Tim Jayroe, the police chief in William Adams’ hometown of Rockport, a Gulf Coast community about 200 miles south of Houston, said Wednesday that he’s asked the Texas Rangers to assist in investigating whether the video shows anything criminal happened. He said his department began investigating after receiving phone calls from several concerned people who watched the secretly recorded 2004 video.

No one answered the door at William Adams’ home in Rockport on Wednesday, and repeated calls to his office rang unanswered. However, the 51-year-old judge told Corpus Christi television station KZTV on Wednesday that the video "looks worse than it is," and that he doesn’t expect to be disciplined or punished because of it.

"In my mind, I haven’t done anything wrong other than discipline my child after she was caught stealing," Adams said. "And I did lose my temper, but I’ve since apologized."

Hillary Adams, daughter of Aransas County Court-at-Law Judge William Adams, walks outside her mother’s home in Portland, Texas Wednesday, Nov. 2, 2011. (Credit: AP Photo/Chris Sherman)
Reached at her mother’s home in Portland, Texas, Hillary Adams told The Associated Press that her father became irate after she was caught illegally downloading media files she hadn’t paid for. She said she feels some regret over posting the video because she said she doesn’t want to see her father punished, but that she hopes it will spur him to seek help.

"He’s supposed to be a judge who exercises fit judgment," she said.

Aransas County Sheriff Bill Mills said that since the video was posted, William Adams has received threatening phone calls and faxes at the courthouse.

"People are upset, understandably upset. But emotions can’t really run this thing," Mills said.

On Wednesday, a neighbor said she saw Adams packing up to leave with bags, a briefcase, clothes and rifles, which his girlfriend carried to the truck.

"He looked like he was here for a purpose," said Stephanie Perry, who lives across the street.

A secretary for the William Adams’ attorney, William Dudley, said Wednesday that Dudley was unavailable to comment.

In the video, Adams is apparently unaware the camera is on when he enters the room, turns off the light and tries forcing his daughter onto the bed to be beaten.

"Go get the belt. The big one. I’m going to spank her now," Adams is heard saying in the clip’s opening seconds.

A few minutes into the video, a woman appears and barks at the girl to "turn over like a 16-year-old and take it! Like a grown woman!" For about a minute, the ordeal appears to have ended after both adults leave the room and shut the door. But the judge then storms back into the room and the beating resumes.

Hillary Adams said she set up the camera because she knew "something was about to happen." Toward the end of the video, her father shouts that he plans to beat the girl "into submission" and rants about having a computer in the house and the problems it causes. The video ends with the adult woman telling her to leave the room and sleep on the sofa.

Elected in 2001, Adams draws an annual salary of 8,055 as Aransas County’s top judge. He dealt with at least 349 family law cases in the past year, nearly 50 of which involved state caseworkers seeking to determine whether parents were fit to raise their children.

Texas’ Department of Family and Protective Services is aware of the video and "will take the appropriate steps in this matter," agency spokesman Patrick Crimmins said in an email. He said the agency would have no further comment.

Steve Fischer, a longtime attorney in Rockport, called Adams fair and a "better than average" judge. He said Adams sometimes shows anger, but not in a way that would be considered unusual.

Children’s advocates roundly condemned the beating as abuse. However, investigators may decide that the judge’s actions, while shocking to many, weren’t criminal.

The lines between what’s deemed child abuse and what’s considered an acceptable level of discipline differ in various parts of the country and among various social groups, though the use of objects such as belts and sticks is usually seen as beyond any normal physical punishment, said David Finkelhor, a University of New Hampshire sociology professor who heads the school’s Crimes against Children Research Center.

Jim Hopper, a clinical instructor in psychology at Harvard Medical School and a child abuse expert, said there is no doubt that the judge’s actions crossed the line.

"This is an act of brutal violence," Hopper said.

"To beat someone into submission is not discipline. To beat a child into submission makes it harder for that child to take in rules and the values that the parent believes they are imposing on the child."

Hillary Adams’ parents divorced in 2007 after 22 years of marriage, according to court records. The divorce petition states that "the marriage has become insupportable because of discord or conflict of personalities," but a counter-petition filed by Adams’ ex-wife states that the divorce was filed under grounds of "mental cruelty."

Court records show that the couple had another daughter who was 6 at the time.
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Some of us are too old to use cellphones, so they stick us in a phone booth to get us out of the way
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This was taken at Broadway and 74th Street. The man sitting on the right is collecting donations for some charitable institution; I don’t know who was in charge of the old woman on the left…

Note: this photo was published in a Sep 22, 2009 blog titled "When the Universe won’t leave you alone…." It was also published in a Jan 10, 2010 "Hot Mobile Phone Offers" blog with the same title as the caption that I used on this Flickr page. And it was published in a May 25, 2010 Technologeek blog, with the same title as the caption that I used on this Flickr page. It was also published in a Nov 6, 2010 blog titled "How to Get Cheap Wheelchairs – 3 Sneaky Resources That You’ve Never Probably Considered."

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Looking back on some old photos from 40-50 years ago, I was struck by how visible the differences were between the culture of then, versus the culture of now. In some cases, it was evident from the things people wore, or carried, or did, back then which they no longer do today. But sometimes it was the opposite: things that didn’t exist back in the 1960s and 1970s have become a pervasive part of today’s culture.

A good example is the cellphone: 20 years ago, it simply didn’t exist. Even ten years ago, it was a relatively uncommon sight, and usually only on major streets of big cities. Today, of course, cell phones are everywhere, and everyone is using them in a variety of culture contexts.

However, I don’t think this is a permanent phenomenon; after all, if you think back to the early 1980s, you probably would have seen a lot of people carrying Sony Walkmans, or "boom-box" portable radios — all of which have disappeared…

If Moore’s Law (which basically says that computers double in power every 18 months) holds up for another decade, then we’ll have computerized gadgets approximately 100 times smaller, faster, cheaper, and better — which means far better integration of music, camera, messaging, and phone, but also the possibility of the devices being so tiny that they’re embedded into our eyeglasses, our earrings, or a tattoo on our forehead.

So the point of this album is to provide a frame of reference — so that we can (hopefully) look back 10-20 years from now, and say, "Wasn’t it really weird that we behaved in such bizarre ways while we interacted with those primitive devices?"

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After years of freelance work to "pay the bills", I’ve decided to go back to university. That’s right! I’m going for a MPS in Art Therapy. I’m shooting for Pratt Institute. For more information on the program: www.pratt.edu/creative_arts_therapy

My concentration will be on children. More specifically, those most in need. Those who’ve suffered the most terribly —> in other words, the socio & economically disadvantaged, those sexually, emotionally and/or physically abused, the neglected & the abandoned children, as well as children diagnosed with Autism.

Let me know what you think —>

Any constructive criticism is also most welcome! I’m trying to earn my Master’s in Art Therapy. BUT, I MUST FIRST take 19 additional undergraduate courses which will qualify my eligibility to apply. I WILL get in!

I firmly believe that together we CAN make a difference.

Thanks, in advance!

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For those in the know, you’ll immediately recognise Little Leon (Freeney —> left).

This crew hails from Staten Island. They hang in SoHo & can be found doing various 80’s dances in Times Square, most weekends. Check ’em out if you happen to be there —> they’re fairly easy to spot – even amongst the glaring adverts & swarming tourists.

This image just makes me smile…

SoHo, NYC, 2007.

Police Pay protest march, London SG101542
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Enterprise, initiative, originality… these guys have got it sussed (no lack in the humour department either). Top marks!

Police Pay protest march, London, 23rd January 2008.

Bill Pay Everyday
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You can pay your bills ("everyday"), and get a sandwich, too!

Taken through the viewfinder of a Kodak Duaflex III.

Nuclear Power Plants Got to Go 5
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A number of young mothers also participate in the march with their children.

An anti-nuclear power plants march in Kochi, Japan
11/12/2011

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Question by Sillyisi: How to transfer cpanel accounts to a new server?
Okay so my host disabled cPanel backup and backup wizard. They made their own script which doesn’t work on full backups. I asked for them to enable cpanel backup but they said no. Is there any other way to transfer cpanel accounts to a new server without using cpanel backups?
It doesn’t work because their script doesn’t generate a full backup so it’s impossible to make any full backups

Best answer:

Answer by Iyan Smith
Try given below steps:

1. Log into WHM of your new server and create a new account called “restore”, or anything you like for that matter. Remember the FTP address, username (‘restore’, in this example), and account password. We will need these for later.

2. Log into the cPanel account you are wanting to transfer on the old server.

3. Click on “Backup >> Generate/Download a Full Backup”.

4. Once here, select the backup destination to be “Remote FTP Server”.

5. Enter your email address for verification, followed by all of the FTP account information for “restore”, which we created on the new server.

-Remote Server: new server’s address
-Remote User: restore
-Remote Password: restore’s password
-Port: 21

Then, click “Generate Backup”. This may take some time to backup the files, depending on how large the account is. You should receive an email provided in the above info once it is complete.

6. Now, log into SSH on your new server.

7. Type in the following commands:

cd /home/restore/public_html

ls

After running the list command above (ls), you should see the tar file of the account on the old server. This means that you have successfully sent the file via FTP to your new server.

8. Now move the tar file to your new server’s /home directory with the following command:

mv tar_file_name /home

9. Now, log into WHM on your new server and navigate to “Backup >> Restore a Full Backup/cpmove file”

Once here, you should see the old account’s username under “Possible cpmove archives found:”.
If you do not, log back into SSH and be sure that the account’s tar file has been moved into /home.

10. Type in the account name in the text field in WHM, which is proceeded by “Enter the username for the account you wish to restore:”.

11. Click “Restore”.

12. Repeat process for additional accounts.

Iyan

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Carbonite Clone

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Carbonite Clone by Tim Proctor for the "As You Wish" project for Star Wars Celebration VI.

Question by watsonwolffang: How do you make carbonite just the quest version and not the full version in World of Warcraft?
I want to still have carbonite but I hate the map and I want to have Cartographer 3.0. How do you make it so you still have carbonite just not the full version so I can have Cartographer 3.0 also in World of Warcraft?

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Answer by Epic Penguin
I find it easier to use Questhelper and Cartographer together.

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Carbonite
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Captain Solo encased in carbonite, just the way Jabba likes him.

Carbonite can be such a drag
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The actual Han Solo open-faced carbonite sandwhich. From a travelling Star Wars exhibit we saw in Paris. It’s way cool upclose, with tons of great details, and his clothing is so 70s!

Carbonite Malfunction
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Somehow, there was something wrong in the carbonite process on Bespin.

Title inspired by powerpig shot.

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Han Solo lingers in limbo, frozen in Carbonite.

The Wikipedia entry for Carbonite (see the List of fictional elements, materials, isotopes and atomic particles) defines carbonate as, "a cryonic alloy, carbonite was originally used to keep tibanna gas fresh. The chamber in the Cloud City of Bespin was reconfigured to provide stasis for Luke Skywalker for his transport to Emperor Palpatine. It was tested on Han Solo, whom Boba Fett then transported to Jabba the Hutt to collect a price on Solo’s head. It was then used to transport criminals. One known side effect of being encased in carbonite is temporary blindness." Yeah, that, and also you can’t move until Leia comes to rescue you, neither.

#tcd02 – Make a photo that looks better in black and white than it did in colour.

Waiting: Alternate shot, with Princess Leia.
Setup pic.

2012/366 – Day 9

#tp62 – Illustrate heat in one of its many forms in a photograph today. (The Heat caught up with Han, and now it’s time for him to go face judgement from Jabba.)

Carbonite-Action Han
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The SWG team had a couple of other great accouterments hanging around the office aside from Champions art. Here, Han Solo hangs out enjoying a pleasant Carbonite shell.

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Its great when your AV/Antispam product spontaneously switches languages from English to Spanish in a single dialog box. Confidence inspiring.

Question by RobertC: How can I sue spammers if my state doesn’t have antispam laws?
Hello, I get a lot of spam and I don’t like it and I want to sue the spammers to try to get some money from them since I have to put up with their junk messages in my email inbox, but the state that I am in, which Nebraska has no antispam laws, but I don’t want that to stop me. Is there a way I can still somehow sue the spammers and get some money from them?

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Answer by bbstacker001
Who is sue spammers?

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KKcity 新版對抗 Crosspost 與 Mutilpost 的機制

Aruba WebMail – Antispam
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Spam nella webmail di aruba.it. Quantità imbarazzante

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