There is a proverb that annoys me!The brisk and spirited proverb by John Ruskin; “There is no such thing as bad weather, only different kinds of weather”, has in Sweden been transformed to: “There is no such thing as bad weather, only bad clothing”, (in Swedish the proverb rhymes). This is a proverb that I have heard since I was a child, and the opinions which we grow up with become in some way the truth. But the last few weeks this proverb has begun to annoy me! I think that there is indeed such a thing as bad weather, at least in Sweden during wintertime!.
Berlowitz, a 69 year old New York native, declined repeated requests for interviews over the past two weeks and refused to meet with a reporter who stopped by the academy Monday morning. The academy referred calls to an outside public relations consultant, Ray Howell, who declined to answer specific questions but issued a general statement Monday evening:”Neither the academy nor President Berlowitz is going to respond to subjective, interpretive, and gossipy allegations from former employees and unnamed sources,” Howell said in the statement. “Nor are they going to respond to personal questions that are irrelevant, do not belong in the public domain and, frankly, smack of sexism.”.
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I’m anti bad police. And if you’re not anti bad police too, the problem is not me; the problem is you. The truth is, we need those good cops to have the courage to stand up and call out the bad ones to knock down the blue wall of silence. City Government Center, 10 N. Second St., Harrisburg, and Second Street in front of the center. Free..
You can unsubscribe at any time.Thank you for subscribingWe have more newslettersShow meSee ourprivacy noticeA midwife has had her registration suspended after a mother unexpectedly delivered twins in a planned home birth.Martina Gorner, who works for Ten Moons Homebirth Services in Melbourne, attended a home birth on October 19.After the mum, named as Brooke, delivered a baby boy in a birthing pool at home, Martina was waiting for the placenta to follow.”But as it turned out, there was another baby boy about to make his entrance into the world!” she wrote in a Facebook post on Ten Moons page.”What a super hero mum Brooke is. What an amazing birth! Mum and babies are doing really well. Big congratulations so everyone.”The post was later amended to add that an ambulance had to be called following the birth of the identical twins, who had arrived premature at 35 weeks.Mum shares devastating photos of stillborn baby boy to warn women to to their bodies One of the twins had experienced respiratory difficulties and both babies were taken to hospital.Ten Moons also revealed the mum had chosen not to have any scans during her pregnancy.Her registration status is now listed as on the AHPRA website.The post revealing the surprise twin birth gained lots of attention on Facebook, with many people condemning the midwife for not realising how risky the home birth might have been.One wrote: “This is like advertising your own incompetence.