WOODSTOCK, Ont. – A former Ontario nurse angry with her career and personal life believed she was an instrument of God as she used insulin to kill vulnerable seniors in her care over the course of nearly a decade.About seven months after her arrest last fall, Elizabeth Wettlaufer pleaded guilty Thursday to eight counts of first-degree murder, four counts of attempted murder and two counts of aggravated assault.The crimes — which took place in three Ontario long-term care facilities and at a private home — make Wettlaufer one of Canada’s most prolific serial killers.Emotional family and friends of her victims packed a Woodstock, Ont., courtroom as the 49-year-old quietly said the word “guilty” 14 times and admitted to a judge that she used insulin in every case.“There was always that red surging that I identified with God talking to me,” Wettlaufer told a detective calmly in a confession video played in court. “Then I’d go get the insulin.”Prosecutors laid out the details of each incident in an agreed statement of facts that included chilling revelations Wettlaufer made to authorities. Later, the crowded courtroom watched the video of the former nurse confessing to Woodstock police last October, saying she had told others about some of her crimes more than three years earlier.In many cases, a growing rage over her job and her life built up until Wettlaufer felt an “urge to kill,” believing she was helping God, court heard. She said the feeling would only abate after she overdosed her victims.“Then I’d get that laughing fit, like a cackle,” she told police.Court heard that Wettlaufer was not intoxicated on drugs or alcohol when she killed or tried to kill. Many of her victims lived with dementia.She told police she knew that “if your blood sugar goes low enough, you can die.” She also told police she refrained from logging her use of insulin in order to avoid detection, court heard.In Aug. 11, 2007, Wettlaufer deliberately injected James Silcox, an 84-year-old man with diabetes and Alzheimer’s disease, with insulin, “hoping he would die,” the Crown said.“It was his time to go because of the way he acted,” she told police, according to the agreed statement of facts.Silcox was later found without vital signs by a personal support worker, court heard. That was Wettlaufer’s first “successful” kill after two previous attempts failed.Wettlaufer told investigators that afterwards, she felt “like a pressure had been relieved from me, like pressure had been relieved from my emotions.”There were religious undertones to many of the killings, court heard, and in some cases, there was no motive other than “returning them to God.”“I honestly felt that God wanted to use me,” Wettlaufer told investigators at one point.Wettlaufer would even comfort some of her victims’ families after her crimes. In one incident, court heard that she hugged the niece of a 90-year-old woman she had murdered.The former nurse may have gotten away with the killings if she kept quiet. But, court heard, Wettlaufer told her pastor about some of the people she had killed.“He prayed over me,” she told police. “He said if you ever do that again, we’ll have to tell police.”Wettlaufer also told a lawyer about everything in 2014, who advised her it was in her best interests to stay silent, court heard.The former nurse also told other friends and acquaintances about killing patients with insulin, some took her seriously and told police, but most didn’t tell authorities, or believed she was lying, court heard. Many of those confessions came last fall.Then, last September, Wettlaufer admitted herself to a psychiatric hospital in Toronto.There she repeatedly confessed to the killings to doctors and staff, who told police. At the hospital she wrote a four-page confession.“She insisted she wanted to be treated seriously,” said Crown attorney Fraser Kelly.Wettlaufer jumped at the chance for an interview with Toronto police, where she confessed again. Then she told the story, “with great recall and in great detail,” to Woodstock police, Kelly said.In that confession, Wettlaufer apologized to the families of her victims.“I am sorry,” she said without emotion. “I am extremely sorry.”“What would you say to the families?” the detective asked.“I’m sorry isn’t enough,” Wettlaufer said. “I should have gotten help sooner. I took something from you that was precious and taken too soon. I honestly believed at the time that God wanted to do it, but now I know it’s not true. If I could take it back, I would.”Some family members of Wettlaufer’s victims broke down in the courtroom as the proceedings unfolded.At one point, a close friend of a man Wettlaufer killed walked by the prisoner’s box and yelled expletives at the former nurse.Susan Horvath, whose father was killed in 2014, called Wettlaufer a monster.“It tore me apart. Tore me apart to hear how she killed my dad,” she said outside court. “And she’s sitting there, no expression on her face.”Horvath said she could not forgive the former nurse and called for better oversight at the province’s long-term care facilities.“I don’t want my dad’s death, and everybody’s death, to just be wasted,” she said. “Let’s make a change.”The Registered Nurses’ Association of Ontario called for a public inquiry into the deaths of Wettlaufer’s victims.“We need to get to the bottom of what happened, how it happened and what we can learn from an organizational, regulatory and system perspective to ensure nothing like this ever happens again,” Doris Grinspun, RNAO CEO, and the group’s president, Carol Timmings, said in a statement. “We want no stone unturned in this effort.”Records from the College of Nurses of Ontario show Wettlaufer was first registered as a nurse in August 1995 but resigned Sept. 30, 2016, and is no longer a registered nurse.Court heard Wettlaufer stopped nursing because she was transferred to a different job where she would be dealing with diabetic children. She didn’t trust herself around children and insulin, court heard. Wettlaufer still faces a disciplinary hearing with the nurses college, court heard.Sentencing hearings for Wettlaufer will take place on June 26 and 27, with both the Crown and her defence lawyer suggesting she serve her sentences concurrently.
TORONTO – The Transportation Safety Board says the evacuation of a WestJet plane after a collision with another aircraft at Toronto’s Pearson International Airport was hampered when some passengers tried to take carry-on luggage with them.The board says the WestJet flight carrying 169 passengers and six crew members from Cancun, Mexico, was waiting for a gate when it was hit by a Sunwing jet being towed to another location at the airport on Jan. 5.When a large ball of fire erupted near the area where the aircraft made contact, the WestJet crew immediately began an evacuation and the ground crew pulled the Sunwing aircraft back towards the gate.The TSB says when the Sunwing plane was pulled away, the fire on the wing of the WestJet aircraft self-extinguished, while the fire on the tail of the Sunwing aircraft continued but decreased in intensity.It says that three seconds after the fire erupted, and before any commands from the crew, some WestJet passengers had opened an emergency exit and escaped onto the wing and other passengers followed.The TSB said in a report released Wednesday that it’s recommending the Department of Transport require that passenger safety briefings include clear direction to leave all carry-on baggage behind during an evacuation.During the evacuation, flight attendants issued instructions, with and without the assistance of a handheld megaphone, telling the passengers to leave all their carry-on baggage behind, the TSB said.“Despite these instructions, numerous passengers brought carry-on baggage with them, which slowed down the evacuation process,” the report said.The TSB says a flight attendant suffered a minor hand injury, but no one else was injured in the evacuation of the WestJet plane.The technician on the Sunwing aircraft had minor injuries after leaving through a cockpit window and going down an emergency rope.The TSB said the evacuation took approximately two minutes and 23 seconds from the time the captain made the evacuation call.
New Delhi: Injury and poor form made it a forgettable IPL for Afghanistan spinner Mujeeb ur Rahman but the time away from the field was well spent as he picked on Kings XI Punjab skipper Ravichandran Ashwin’s brains ahead of the World Cup in England. A shoulder injury meant that the 18-year-old wasn’t at his best during the cash-rich league, getting only three wickets in five games with an expensive economy rate of 10.05 runs per over. “I have learnt a lot having spend quality time with Ravichandran Ashwin in the KXIP set-up. He has given me a lot of useful tips and I am sure that I will execute those plans in the World Cup. During this edition of IPL, my shoulder injury was an issue. But now I am fully fit for the World Cup,” Mujeeb told reporters at a promotional event to announce Amul’s association with Afghanistan national team. Also Read – We will push hard for Kabaddi”s inclusion in 2024 Olympics: RijijuWhile he hasn’t played many matches this year, the best part about IPL according to Mujeeb is the opportunity to bowl at some of the prospective World Cup opponents. “The IPL schedule is so hectic and you are travelling a lot. It’s not that you get a lot of chance to talk about the game. But since you get a chance to bowl in matches where there are batsmen who will be there in the World Cup, it helps a lot,” said the Afghan teenager. Asked if he faced the second season blues, something which was evident as he went for 66 runs in his four overs against Sunrisers Hyderabad, Mujeeb attributed it to being part and parcel of cricket. “You will have a few bad days and it’s just that you have to be consistent with your line and length,” Mujeeb said.
by Robert Burns, The Associated Press Posted Mar 19, 2017 7:43 am MDT Last Updated Mar 19, 2017 at 8:40 am MDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email While Trump talks tough, US quietly cutting nuclear force WASHINGTON – The Air Force is quietly shrinking its deployed force of land-based nuclear missiles as part of a holdover Obama administration plan to comply with an arms control treaty with Russia. The reductions are nearing completion despite President Donald Trump’s argument that the treaty gives Moscow an unfair advantage in nuclear firepower.The reduction to 400 missiles from 450 is the first for the intercontinental ballistic missile, or ICBM, force in a decade — when the arsenal came down from 500 such weapons. The Air Force says the latest cut in Minuteman 3 missiles will be completed in April, leaving the deployed ICBM arsenal at its smallest size since the early 1960s.In 2014, President Barack Obama’s administration announced the planned ICBM reduction to tailor the overall nuclear force, including bombers and nuclear-armed submarines, to the New START accord that the U.S. and Russia sealed in 2010. Both nations must comply with the treaty’s limits by February 2018.The shrinking of the ICBM force runs counter, at least rhetorically, to Trump’s belief that the U.S. has fallen behind Russia in nuclear muscle. In December, he tweeted that the U.S. must “greatly strengthen and expand its nuclear capability until such time as the world comes to its senses regarding nukes.” He has criticized New START as a bad deal.It’s unclear how Trump intends to conduct a nuclear expansion, which critics call unnecessary and a potential drain on funds needed for non-nuclear forces. A long-term plan to replace and modernize the current nuclear force is already underway and will end up costing hundreds of billions of dollars.As of March 14, the Air Force had 406 Minuteman missiles in launch-ready silos, Maj. Daniel Dubois, an Air Force spokesman, said Friday. In September the number was 417. Dubois said the number will be down to 400 by April. Also as part of the treaty’s compliance process, the Air Force in January finished converting 41 B-52H bombers to non-nuclear status.Michaela Dodge, a defence policy analyst at the conservative Heritage Foundation think-tank , says the U.S. should get out of New START.“There should be a way to reverse those decreases,” she said, referring to the 50 Minuteman missiles pulled out of their silos. “As long as Russia continues to increase the number of its nuclear warheads under New START, we should not be decreasing.”Russia’s warheads have surpassed the treaty limit of 1,550, and the U.S. is below the limit. But by next February, neither is expected to be above.Daryl Kimball, executive director of the Arms Control Association, said Moscow would honour its New START commitment.“It’s important for the United States to stay on schedule,” he said, arguing that such efforts “will help ensure that Russia does the same.”Based on military calculations, Obama declared in 2013 that the U.S. could safely reduce its nuclear force by one-third from New START levels. But negotiations to do so never took place. They seem even unlikelier after Russia’s military actions in Ukraine and Kremlin rhetoric that U.S. officials have considered reckless and dangerous. However, Trump’s suggestions of interest in a grand bargain with Russia, including nuclear reductions, could provide an avenue for fresh talks.After taking office, Trump ordered a review of nuclear forces, a Pentagon-led process likely to take a year or more. Among the key questions: whether to continue Obama’s weapons modernization plan and a possible withdrawal from New START. One element of the modernization plan calls for a new-generation ICBM force that could cost more than $100 billion.Sticking with New START would not necessarily constrain the U.S. for long. It expires in February 2021 unless both sides agree on an extension. Besides the overall warhead limit, the treaty allows each side a maximum of 700 deployed launchers, including missile silos. Russia and the United States can decide for themselves how their totals are apportioned among the three weapons categories: ICBMs, submarines and bombers.The 50 underground silos from which the Minuteman missiles are being removed will be kept “warm,” meaning capable of returning to active use. The missiles are being put in storage. Those decisions came after members of Congress from the ICBM base states — North Dakota, Wyoming and Montana — pushed for no elimination of silos.The 400 remaining deployed ICBMs would be the fewest since 1962, according to a history of the force written by Hans Kristensen of the Federation of American Scientists.
The ILO’s findings – published in the Global evidence on inequities in rural health protection report – show that 56 per cent of people living in rural areas worldwide remain bereft of critical healthcare access, with the most acute instances being in Africa where an overwhelming 83 per cent of rural inhabitants are uncovered. The most affected countries are also those which face the highest levels of poverty, the report observes. “Decades of underinvestment in health interrupted efforts to develop national health systems and ultimately resulted in the neglect of health in rural areas,” Isabel Ortiz, Director of the ILO’s Social Protection Department, confirmed in a press release. “This study shows that investing in rural health, as part of a national health system, is affordable and yields significant economic and social returns,” she added. “Progress towards universal health protection is possible in any country, irrespective of its level of income.”At the same time, the report notes that even where healthcare is guaranteed by law, many people in rural areas still struggle to obtain access as such laws are frequently unenforced where they live. Moreover, the situation is worsened by the lack of healthcare workers deployed to rural regions. According to the ILO, in fact, while half the world’s population lives in rural areas, only 23 per cent of the global health workforce is deployed in these areas. Africa and Latin America are the two regions where this situation is most acute. In addition, persistent underfunding has also been found to be linked to the unavailability of services with financial resource gaps nearly twice as high in rural than in urban areas. “The lack of legal coverage, insufficient numbers of health workers, inadequate funding, and high [out-of-pocket payments] have created life-threatening inequities in many countries,” explained Xenia Scheil-Adlung, Health Policy Coordinator at the ILO. “Strengthening both the demand and supply side of services is crucial when moving towards universal health protection, particularly in rural areas. Legal health coverage is necessary but not sufficient. Only when quality services are actually made available and affordable for all those in need can effective access to health care be ensured.”In its report, the UN agency concludes that only through a comprehensive and systematic approach that simultaneously addresses missing rights, health workers, funding, financial protection and quality of care, can the health access gaps in the world’s rural areas be finally bridged. “Addressing such inequities needs to consider the specific characteristics of rural populations, including high poverty rates and informality of work,” Ms. Scheil-Adlung continued. “This means moving from charity to rights, the provision of health workers with decent working conditions that enhance productivity, and the minimization of out-of-pocket payments by patients to avoid poverty. It also requires complementary socio-economic and labour market policies to trigger inclusive economic growth.”
The new resolution also requires States to inspect all cargo to and from the DPRK, not just those suspected of containing prohibited items, as was previously the case. It also bans leasing or chartering of vessels or airplanes and providing crew services to the country, and registering vessels, while calling on States to de-register any DPRK owned or controlled vessels. Additionally, it decides that States shall ban any flights and deny entry into their ports of any vessel suspected of carrying prohibited items. Regarding financial sanctions, the resolution broadens their scope by imposing an asset freeze on all funds and other economic resources owned or controlled by the DPRK government or by the Worker’s Party of Korea, if found to be associated with its nuclear or ballistic missile programme or any other prohibited activities. An additional 13 individuals are designated in the resolution as subject to the travel ban and asset freeze, including several representatives of the Korea Mining Development Trading Corporation and the Tanchon Commercial Bank. It designates 12 new entities as subject to the asset freeze, including the Ministry of Atomic Energy and the Reconnaissance Energy Bureau, described as the DPRK’s premiere intelligence organization. The text also tightens existing financial restrictions by banning the opening and operation of any offices of DPRK banks abroad, as well as the opening of new offices of foreign financial institutions in the DPRK under all circumstances, unless approved by the Sanctions Committee in advance. Turning to the arms embargo, which has been in effect since 2006, the resolution broadens its scope to include small arms and light weapons, which had previously been excluded. It includes a provision that imposes a ban on the transfer of any item, except food and medicine, if a State has reason to believe that it can contribute to the development and capabilities of the DPRK’s armed forces. Finally, the 19-page text underlines several times that measures imposed by it are not intended to have negative effects on the country’s citizens. “Measures imposed […] and this resolution are not intended to have adverse humanitarian consequences for the civilian population of the DPRK or to affect negatively those activities, including economic activities and cooperation.” ‹ › UN Security Council unanimously adopts resolution 2270(2016), imposing additional sanctions on the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (DPRK) in response to the continued pursuit of a nuclear weapons and ballistic missile programme. UN Photo/Rick Bajornas “Today’s unanimous action by the Security Council has sent a clear message that the DPRK must return to full compliance with its international obligations,” said Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon in a statement issued by his spokesperson, in which the UN chief urged the East Asian country to abide by the resolution and called upon all UN Member States to ensure its implementation. “This firm response by the Security Council should put an end to the cycle of provocation and lead to the resumption of dialogue in accordance with the unified view of the international community,” he added. The Secretary-General also reiterated the critical role of international assistance in safeguarding the lives of millions in the country, while renewing his call on the DPRK to do more for the lives of its people. “Genuine improvement in human rights is a necessary basis for long-term security and stability,” he stressed. In the resolution, which was sponsored by the United States, the 15-member body condemned “in the strongest terms” the nuclear test conducted by the DPRK on 6 January, noting that it was “in violation and flagrant disregard” of the Council’s prior resolutions. It further condemned the country’s launch of 7 February, which used ballistic missile technology and was a “serious violation.” As a result of such incidents, the new measure expands sanctions against the DPRK by imposing a ban on all exports including coal, iron, iron ore, gold, titanium ore, vanadium ore and rare earth metals, and banning the supply of all types of aviation fuel, including rocket fuel.
Pittsburgh1 Tennessee26 Atlanta2 Denver58 Seattle55 Arizona2 Jacksonville17 Buffalo36 Cincinnati48 Cleveland20 N.Y. Giants2 TEAMHEAD COACHES SINCE 2012 Kansas City44 Source: Pro-Football-Reference.com New Orleans2 LA/STL Rams2 Minnesota40 Miami39 Dallas1 Detroit38 Miami3 Green Bay50 N.Y. Giants38 Minnesota2 San Diego34 Carolina1 Chicago32 Carolina47 Philadelphia4 Indianapolis48 Cleveland4 Pittsburgh47 New England61 Dallas45 San Francisco3 Houston41 Kansas City2 Oakland3 Tampa Bay3 Denver2 Washington34 Jacksonville3 Tampa Bay27 Source: Pro-Football-Reference.com Baltimore1 Houston3 Tennessee3 Buffalo’s had a lot of coaches in the past five years New Orleans39 San Francisco38 N.Y. Jets32 Oakland30 TEAMWINS SINCE 2012 N.Y. Jets2 Detroit2 Atlanta41 Washington2 Buffalo4 Baltimore41 San Diego2 Chicago3 Philadelphia37 Cincinnati1 Indianapolis1 To the relief of most Buffalo Bills fans (including this one), the team fired head coach Rex Ryan earlier this week. The move came after the Bills lost in overtime to the Miami Dolphins last Saturday, guaranteeing Buffalo a 17th consecutive season without a postseason berth. Anthony Lynn, the offensive coordinator, was named interim head coach and will now lead the Bills against the New York Jets on Sunday in what may be the worst game of the season. (Or at least the worst game not featuring the Browns or Jaguars.)Lynn is Buffalo’s fourth head coach in five years — and that’s actually a lot, considering the Bills’ record over that period. The Bills have won a total of 36 games since 2012. While only 10 of the league’s 32 teams have won fewer games over the same stretch, a team that won exactly half its games would have won 39.5 games. In other words, the Bills are a slightly below-average team. Green Bay1 New England1 In the past few seasons, the team has gone through stretches where it didn’t look terrible, only to blow it later on. (This year, the Bills started the season 4-2 but have gone 3-6 since.) You’d therefore expect some coaching turnover, but not as much as the Bills have had.The Bills have now gone through as many coaches as any other team in the NFL since 2012. Only the Cleveland Browns and Philadelphia Eagles can match them, having also churned through four. The average team has had two. Buffalo hasn’t won much in the past five years Seattle1 Arizona45 LA/STL Rams31 As you might expect, there’s a fairly strong negative relationship between the number of wins a team had over the past five seasons and its number of head coaches (correlation coefficient = -0.69). The Bills, however, are tied with the Eagles as the biggest outlier. A simple linear regression suggests that an average squad like the Bills should have had only about two head coaches. As a point of comparison, the Browns, who have won just 20 games since 2012, are a good example of a team we’d expect to have had four coaches.Now, it would be unfair to blame only management for the Bills’ coaching carousel. Early in 2015, head coach and punting aficionado Doug Marrone opted out of his contract1He became an assistant coach (and, now, interim head coach) with the even worse Jacksonville Jaguars. after guiding the Bills to their lone winning season in the past decade. The Bills also gave Chan Gailey more than his fair share of chances when he coached the team from 2010 to 2012.Still, the constant turnover for the Bills is probably not good for the team. Coaches can’t make the most of their time in charge when they don’t get a chance to work through their programs. And potentially more problematic is that players don’t have time to get used to a coach and his system. That can lead lead to confusion in schemes, as Bills defensive tackle Marcell Dareus described after Ryan was fired. In other words, it usually takes time to build a winner.Perhaps recognizing this turnover problem, Buffalo’s management may prevent the Bills from becoming an even bigger outlier in terms of churning through more head coaches. Right now, it looks like Lynn will be retained as head coach after this season. That may not be what some fans want, but it makes sense — particularly given that the Bills haven’t really been so awful as to warrant a fifth head coach in six years.Check out our latest NFL predictions.
THE NEW S92 search & rescue helicopter for the Dublin region was officially launched at Weston Aerodrome today, completing the overhaul of the Irish Coast Guard’s chopper fleet with state-of-the-art new craft.Built to specifications set out by the rescue service, the Sikorsky helicopters are designed to provide crews with faster on-scene times, faster patient recovery times and greater year-round capacity.All four Coast Guard aircraft bases now have upgraded choppers. The new S92s replace the old Sikorsky S61s, which were in use until recently at the bases in Dublin, Shannon, Sligo and Waterford.The new craft can travel at up to 275 km/h, carry up to 22 casualties and will have a range of 270 miles. In adverse weather conditions, where there’s a risk of rotor icing, the choppers can fly at a height of 10ft in temperatures as low as minus 40.Promotional video for the Sikorsky S92 (Youtube: gucio7832)Today’s launch follows one of the busiest years on record for the Irish Coast Guard, with 33 per cent more call-0uts than 2012 — partly as a result of the July heatwave. The helicopter crews, along with the service’s volunteer members, responded to a total of 2,627 incidents.There were 808 helicopter missions overall, while the two west coast bases at Sligo and Shannon experiencing their busiest years on record; Shannon was particularly busy, with 290 missions flown out of the base between January last and December.There was a 70 per cent increase in call-outs to incidents on inland waterways, with the good weather contributing to rise in emergencies involving power and sail craft (up by one-fifth).Transport Minister Leo Varadkar with coast guard crew and senior staff at the launch of the Dublin region S92 today [Image: Irish Coast Guard/Facebook]Speaking at the launch today in Weston, Transport Minister Leo Varadkar said the new addition meant meant the service now had one of “the most modern and effective helicopter fleets in the world”.“This is a good occasion to pay tribute to the dedicated helicopter crews who work tirelessly to rescue lives all year round, and also the hundreds of volunteers on Coast Guard and RNLI vessels, mountain and cave rescue teams.“It wouldn’t be possible to provide the same level of emergency response without these volunteers.”The coast guard has also launched a competition to name all of the new helicopters, to be run in conjunction with local radio stations in counties where the craft are based.Read: Heatwave led to 34 per cent surge in Coast Guard call-outsVideo: Let’s take a moment to remember just how great the heatwave was
Stay on target Christian Bale Shares Cheeky Batsuit Advice for Robert PattinsonRobert Pattinson Describes Trying on the Batsuit for First Time This weekend is the birthday of a Batman Family favorite, Barbara Gordon! With her movie debut coming ever closer, I’d like to talk about her history, identifies, and future. Some fans might not realize that Barbara Gordon was actually created for TV similar to Harley Quinn in Batman: The Animated Series. She was created by William Dozier, Julie Schwartz, and Carmine Infantino for the live action Batman series with Adam West at the request of producers and played by actress Yvonne Craig. She premiered in Detective Comics #359 in 1967 by Gardner Fox and Batgirl co-creator Carmine Infantino.Daughter of Commissioner Gordon, Barbara had unique insight and access to help fight crime and assist Batman. Similar to Supergirl (whose birthday was yesterday), Batgirl was bounced around different books over the years and never quite launched into her own title. Also similar to Supergirl, by the 80’s DC Comics decided the only thing they could do with Barbara is have her be attacked, though this time not lethally.In the infamous story The Killing Joke by Alan Moore and Brian Bolland, Barbara is shot by The Joker and left paralyzed. Rather than just writing off the character, John Ostrander, Kim Yale, and Luke McDonnell reintroduced Barbara in 1989 as Oracle in Suicide Squad #23. Now in a wheelchair, Barbara’s role shifted to being a watcher and master strategist as one of the most important supporting characters in DC Comics. In 2011, the New 52 reintroduced Barbara as Batgirl having her recover from her wounds in The Killing Joke which is how she remains today. Though many fans are thrilled to have the old Barbara back, many others were sad to see Oracle go and lose such an important disabled icon in comics. Both are perfectly understandable positions to hold. So celebrate Barbara Gordon today! Watch some Batman 66, pick up some great comics by people like John Ostrander and Gail Simone, or the current Batgirl Rebirth trade!
Jake Roberts on working with Hulk Hogan, Infamous “Spin The Wheel” segment Twitter John Oliver Ronda Rousey On WWE: I Love This Job, But I Dont Need It Pinterest Facebook Former WCW & WWE star Diamond Dallas Page was recently interviewed for the November 2014 edition of Total Wrestling Magazine. Here are some excerpts from the interview:On who he enjoys watching in WWE currently: “I love to watch Randy Orton. I love that we have a similar finish, he is one of the top guys in the world, if not the guy. I’m a big Bray Wyatt fan too, I love his look, his promos, his energy.”Thoughts on his run in WWE from 2001-2002: “I didn’t have the run I should have had in WWE, but that’s ok, I had a great run in WCW. I lived the dream, and it was great fun. In WWE, I got the European Title, Tag-Team Titles, sure, but they didn’t mean anything to me. There was too much heat on the WCW guys at that time, they were seen as the enemy, we almost put the WWE out of business.”On the current health of WWE Hall of Famer Jake “The Snake” Roberts:“Jake’s not quite 100 percent, he still has a bit of pneumonia in his system. He isn’t close to dying or anything, but he isn’t a kid anymore, he’s close to 60. He’s just concentrating on getting better.”For more on the interview with DDP, click here. Recommended videosPowered by AnyClipMatt Hardy Says John Olivers WWE Claims Are OutdatedVideo Player is loading.Play VideoPauseUnmuteDuration 0:30/Current Time 0:03Loaded: 100.00%0:03Remaining Time -0:27 FullscreenUp NextThis is a modal window.Beginning of dialog window. Escape will cancel and close the window.TextColorWhiteBlackRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentTransparentWindowColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyTransparentSemi-TransparentOpaqueFont Size50%75%100%125%150%175%200%300%400%Text Edge StyleNoneRaisedDepressedUniformDropshadowFont FamilyProportional Sans-SerifMonospace Sans-SerifProportional SerifMonospace SerifCasualScriptSmall CapsReset restore all settings to the default valuesDoneClose Modal DialogEnd of dialog window.Replay the list WhatsApp Bray Wyatt Jason Namako RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Google+ Matt Hardy Says John Olivers WWE Claims Are Outdated WWE Hall of Famer announced for Starrcast III Labor Day Weekend in Chicago Ronda Rousey Highlighting WWEs Problems Now Playing Up Next Roman Reigns is in Remission Now Playing Up Next Now Playing Up Next Now Playing Up Next Video: Viceland releases trailer for “Dark Side of the Ring” pro wrestling series Videos Articles Videos Articles Seth Rollins Defends WWE On Two Separate Occasions Now Playing Up Next
Jonathan Simpson-Bint, who has been Twitch’s chief revenue officer since 2011, is leaving the Amazon-owned company. The gaming-focused live-streaming platform announced Walker Jacobs, former exec with Fandom and Turner, as its new top advertising-sales exec.In a statement, Twitch said: “Walker Jacobs is replacing Jonny Simpson-Bint, who built Twitch’s advertising team and is departing at the end of the year after seven years with the company.”Jacobs (pictured above) will join Twitch as chief revenue officer with a start date of Dec. 3. He will be based in New York, reporting to Twitch chief operating officer Sara Clemens.“We’re thrilled to have Walker stepping into this important leadership role given his deep operational expertise in building and scaling global advertising businesses and experience with gaming and fan communities,” Clemens said in announcing Jacobs’ hire. Jacobs most recently was COO of Fandom, an entertainment media brand founded and co-chaired by Wikipedia’s Jimmy Wales that recently acquired Screen Junkies from the now-defunct Defy Media. Before joining Fandom in 2015, he was president and CRO of Clear Channel Outdoor and before that was head of Turner Digital as EVP at Turner Broadcasting.In commenting on his move to Twitch, Jacobs cited the service’s large, youth-skewing and influential audience: “There’s a huge opportunity to bring new products, formats, and experiences to the service that leverage those unique attributes and I’m thrilled by the chance to help drive that innovation.”Other recent high-level executive hires at Twitch include former Gap exec Sudarshana Rangachary, who joined in September as chief human resources officer; and Michelle Weaver, formerly chief financial officer of Hired, who joined Twitch as CFO in October. ×Actors Reveal Their Favorite Disney PrincessesSeveral actors, like Daisy Ridley, Awkwafina, Jeff Goldblum and Gina Rodriguez, reveal their favorite Disney princesses. Rapunzel, Mulan, Ariel,Tiana, Sleeping Beauty and Jasmine all got some love from the Disney stars.More VideosVolume 0%Press shift question mark to access a list of keyboard shortcutsKeyboard Shortcutsplay/pauseincrease volumedecrease volumeseek forwardsseek backwardstoggle captionstoggle fullscreenmute/unmuteseek to %SPACE↑↓→←cfm0-9Next UpJennifer Lopez Shares How She Became a Mogul04:350.5x1x1.25×1.5x2xLive00:0002:1502:15 Popular on Variety
The man known for his exceptional Tabla skills is also one of the pioneers of Neo-classical fusion. Bickram Ghosh – a master weaver of musical tales has recently released ‘Maya’ on Sony Music that celebrates Ravi Shankar and his legacy of peace through music. Using Hindu philosophy’s concept of Maya – the irresistible veil behind which the world conceals the real character of spiritual reality, it is an ode to the beauty of this illusion. You are known for your experiments with music and you also dabble in a vast repertoire of musical genres, from classical, rock, new-age, fusion to film music. Which is your favourite genre among them and why? Also Read – Add new books to your shelfIt’s difficult to talk about a favourite genre. The fact that one has dabbled in diverse genres shows that there is a desired quotient for each genre. If you ask me which is my core quotient, then that is classical music, since I started my career as a classical Tabla player. Then I shifted to fusion in the early 2000s, and more recently film composer which is also becoming broader every day. All the genres are done simultaneously, I’m involved in all three right now. I’m happy that I have the opportunity to travel these worlds. Also Read – Over 2 hours screen time daily will make your kids impulsiveWhat other instruments are you comfortable playing?Tabla is my main instrument. That is what I play best and am known for. I’m currently endorsing a German percussion company Mienl Percussion. I consider myself mainly a table player but I also play the Cajon, and Kanjira among some other percussion instruments. I’m also known for my body drumming. I could dabble in pretty much any percussion instruments that I’m given.What are your views on the use of old songs as covers in the current music industry? Actually, I’m not a big fan of those. I do like the rendition in some of them but I don’t like the concept of an old song being used in remakes. It happened a lot in the ’90s and 2000s also, but I don’t feel very great about that. I’m sure that composers can create great melodies even today. I don’t understand the idea of having to rehash the melodies of the past. But of course, it says a lot about the melodies of the past. The songs are so strong and wonderful that even today when one listens to those songs they are influenced by them. There are some radio channels which are dedicated to the songs of the ’60s and ’70s, they play only old songs. It means that the melodies which were created at that era are so strong and they still sustain. In this era, there are of course composers who could deliver beautiful melodies, I don’t understand why they have to depend on the older songs. It’s a fact that not many great melodies are happening today. The number of great melodies happening now is far outnumbered by what happened back in the ’60s and ’70s. We should move away from rehashing and revamping old melodies, and focus more on creating new songs.Any memorable incidents with Pt Ravi Shankar?The first that comes to mind is the time when I played my first concert with him. I had gone to Brussels, Belgium to play at a concert where Raviji heard me for the first time. That very day, past midnight he called me and said, “I have heard some good Tabla after a long time” and he invited me to play with him at one of the greatest auditoriums there. We performed the next day. It was like magic, and also one of the moments in life when you pinch yourself to wonder whether it’s actually true. That’s how it started, and then we played for the next 11 years. There were some great fun moments with him as he could talk about anything under the sun. That’s one of the things I enjoyed the most about him.Please tell us a little about your new album ‘Maya’.’Maya’ is a dedication to Raviji. I’ve been influenced by him on so many levels – by his sitar, his compositional work, that hearing all his work and being with him for so many years, I wanted to do an album which showcased what I have acquired from him as a composer.Why did you name the album ‘Maya’?I named it ‘Maya’ because I believe in the fact that this world is a world of ‘maya’. What we see is an illusion and that there is much more behind it. All the numbers on the album address various aspects of life, relations, youth, ageing – which together constitute ‘Maya’. The sound is based on classical music, my forte, but it’s a new age sound. The album features several Grammy winners and celebrated artists from around the globe. It’s a magnum opus projects dedicated to Raviji, and I believe that this is one of my best albums. It’s my personal favourite. Whoever has heard it has loved the meditativeness in the project. ‘Maya’ is meditating on life.How was the experience working with Sonu Nigam in ‘Jal’?Since Jal, we have worked on several other projects. We are great friends and meet often. Girish Malik, (director of Jal) gave us an idea of what he wanted, then Sonu bhai and I composed the highly diverse songs, (from Indian classical to an English song). Sonu and I have a great chemistry. We believe in similar philosophies in life. The sound that we create together, as a duo is called ‘Muddy Electronica’. Could you share some information about your upcoming projects?There’s a whole bunch of them coming up. As a Tabla player I’m doing a lot of shows, a major one would be in Varanasi this month. On the album front, I’ll be doing an album titled ‘Massive percussion jam’ and there’s a project with Sonu on retro songs. I also have a collaboration with Spanish singer María del Mar Fernández, which we’ll release very soon.I’m currently composing for two Hindi films – Band of Maharajas, (also acting in it), and a film of Harsh Chhaya. In Bengal, I’m composing for Durga Sohay, and two films by Suman Ghosh – ‘Mi Amor’ and an untitled venture. There are too many things happening right now, and I’m actually enjoying this phase.
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