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I know I’m not perfect. Like all of our coaches, I am deeply committed to protecting the safety and well being of our students. I know my shortcomings as a coach: I have high expectations and high standards and I am passionate about coaching our gymnasts to realize their full potential. Sometimes the intensity is challenging both for our gymnasts and their coaches. We have worked hard here at Twistars to make sure safety and the overall well being of our athletes is our No, 1 priority. In fact, we were among the first members to certify all of our competitive team staff with Safe Sport.

We will fight these allegations at the appropriate time and place but at this point in time, anything we do will distract and detract from the victims’ statements at the Nassar sentencing hearing before Judge Aquilina.

Most of you hav enoticed that I have been taking a back seat this year. This has been part of my exit strategy to retire at age 60. Well 60 is here. The process began last fall and since that time I have been reducing my coaching roles and turning over responsibility to our very capable staff. Nobody can argue with the results thus far (coming off capturing 5 of 6 girls levels an placing 3rd at Boys Level 10 in the extremely difficult Sand Dollar Invitational). Our staff remains committed and the program is strong. Our teams are happy are proudly representing Twistars. I wish those on the outside could see what our families see.

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At times like these it is your support that gets us through the days.

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“At this time, Mr. Geddert only wishes to convey his heart felt sympathy to all victims of Larry Nassar’s abuse. Any further comments will distract from the victims’ statements at Nassar’s sentencing before Judge Aquilina.”

On Monday Geddert, owner of Twistars in Dimondale and DeWitt, was suspended by USA Gymnastics while they complete an investigation. Geddert allowed Nassar to treat gymnasts at his gymns in Dimondale and Deweitt.

They released the following statement: “John Geddert has been suspended under the interim measures provisions of Section 10.5 of USA Gymnastics’ Bylaws. USA Gymnastics is unable to comment further as this is a pending matter.”

Twistars has been named in a lawsuit claiming that Geddert failed to protect survivors from Larry Nassar’s abuse.

Nassar pleaded guilty to 10 counts of first degree criminal sexual conduct in November.

Over the last week, other survivors who trained at Twistars, told the judge at Nassar’s sentencing hearing Geddert required gymnasts to see Nassar for treatment.

Bailey Lorencen spoke at Nassar’s sentencing hearing on Monday. She alleges that it was highly suggested that she see Nassar for any injuries, and not her family physician. “In an environment like Twistars a monster like him could thrive,” she noted the abuse she says Geddert inflicted upon all of the gymnasts. She says that Geddert’s abuse was like “fuel” to Nassar.
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“He didn’t take no money. But, my feeling is, why you shoot somebody? The guy doesn’t bother nobody. You can get what you want. I couldn’t believe it because the dude is a nice guy. I work next door, so I got to look out for my surroundings, too. You don’t ever know what people’s mind be thinking about,” said Cairo resident Michael Huntley.

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She cited several other controversies this year including the Philly Pride parade’s selection of an LGBT police group to serve as grand marshal. The 1969 Stonewall riots in New York that gave birth to the modern gay rights movement, activists pointed out, were the product of a police raid on a gay bar. The police group later declined the award after vociferous outcry.

Fitzpatrick said in an interview that she has no intention of resigning, and has long worked to address racism in the gay community. She spent the last year attending town halls and forums on the subject, she said, and has worked to improve resources for transgender women of color, who face disproportionate levels of discrimination and violence.

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Stonewall Sports, the popular LGBT sports league, and Philly Pride, which organizes the annual pride parade, announced Friday that they were ending their sponsorship relationships with iCandy. City of Brotherly Love Softball League, an LGBT slow pitch league, said they would cut ties with the club for two years. The Greater Philadelphia Flag Football league has suspended its relationship with the bar indefinitely. The Philadelphia Gay News, one of the country’s oldest gay newspapers, released a statement saying its staff supported the boycotts and would bar iCandy from advertising with them.
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In quantum chemistry, a Gaussian type orbital (GTO) is an atomic orbital used in linear combinations forming molecular orbitals. GTOs were proposed by Boys[1] as early as 1950, and are at present the basis functions most generally used in quantum chemical program packages.

A GTO is a real valued function of a 3 dimensional vector r = (x, y, z), the vector pointing from an origin to the position of an electron. Usually the origin is centered on a nucleus in a molecule, but in principle the origin can be anywhere in space. The defining characteristic of Gaussian type orbital is its radial part, which is given by a Gaussian function exp( where r is the length of the electron position vector r and is a real parameter. The parameter may be taken from tables of atomic orbital basis sets, which are often contained in quantum chemical computer programs, or can be downloaded from the web. The tables of may have been prepared by energy minimizations, or by fitting to other (known) orbitals, for instance to Slater type orbitals.(Unnormalized) are defined by an angular part which is a homogeneous polynomial in the components x, y, and z of the position vector r. That is,

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Note that a set of three p type (l = 1) atomic orbitals (see hydrogen like atom for the meaning of p and l ) can be found as linear combinations of nine out of the ten of degree n = 3Observe that the expressions between square brackets only depend on r and hence are spherical symmetric. The angular parts of these functions are eigenfunctions of the orbital angular momentum operator with quantum number l = 1 [eigenvalue 1(1+1)].

Likewise, a single s orbital r2exp[ is “hidden” in a set of six orbitals of degree n = 2:

The general rule is that even powers of r, r2k, can be factored out of the , leaving homogeneous polynomials of order l, which are eigenfunctions of orbital angular momentum with eigenvalue l(l+1). The quantum number l runs as follows

which are to be multiplied with corresponding factors r2k to obtain the (homogeneous of order n), where

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To a dancer claim of constant belittlement, being silenced, shunning, physical and verbal abuse, and, get this, “the list goes on” the RNZB said:

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Since when is an employer who tells an employee to shut up considered abusive? Dancers need to join the real world. The idea that they are entitled to express their own opinions whenever and to whomever they want and that they must be listened to is inconsistent with what is permitted in corporate America.

None of us has yet to hear Martins side of the story on any of this. Apparently it doesn matter. Apparently, each such case is immediately black white to the NYT and will remain so unless and until Martins agrees to be examined by the Times in it media court. Ain gonna happen.

The NYT has found yet another angry dancer who was let go by Martins last year to claim abuse. She claimed that he treated all the dancers the same way when he kicked them out of his office. That hundreds of dancers. What do the non fired dancers say about this?

And then there is Jeff Edwards who told Dance Magazine years ago that he left NYCB for Zurich and Lyon to “expand both his choreographic and geographic frame of reference.” There wasn even a hint that he wasn getting along with Martins. (Nor was there disclosure about the injury and surgery that kept him off the NYCB stage for a year and half and how he never got back all his juice.) Now he has told the New York Times or the Times has chosen to interpret his current comments as saying he left NYCB because Martins was abusive. He didn stay long in Zurich or Lyon. He didn stay long in Washington. He was even teaching some classes at ABT, but that didn last long.

Now a kid who was misbehaving during a dress rehearsal and was disciplined by Martins “in front of the whole cast” is now claiming he was abused. Undoubtedly humiliated. Maybe even some of the other kids were laughing at him as Martins pulled him around. Was he invited to leave SAB or did he quit? We haven heard yet. “Dropped out” is a pretty ambiguous term often interchangeable with flunked out or suggested out.

And John Clifford saw stuff.

What an age we live in when people who claim they are crime victims opt to go to the media for a trial by press rather than to the police.

So the wife of the man who has been making frequent trips to Manhattan from Seattle to make hokey presentations in order to position himself as a contender to replace Peter Martins when he retires has now tossed out some media candy about how in 1989 Martins tried to physically harm her. Now Martins wants to take a leave. How low can this go, and who would be surprised if Heather was helping to instigate some of the current controversies? And why are the Boals running to the media instead of seriously approaching the Board of Directors with their info?

We hope that NYCB Board refuses Martins request for a leave and throws its support behind him until something that warrants the Board not supporting him turns up. If they grant his request, the only person who could get the company through the Nutcracker season while preparing for the winter season with the least amount of disruption would be Jon Stafford. But we hope that the Board will have the balls to support its AD.

NYCB in 1989 was filled with unhappy dancers, some mediocre, who publicly expressed their disrespect for Martins and blamed him for not being Balanchine. Telstra, which has partnered with The Australian Ballet to make the award annually since 2003, does so to support the aspirations and development of the elite dancers at the company. The winner gets $20,000 (AUD). This is the first time in more than two decades that a NZ School of Dance graduate hasn joined the company. To add insult to injury, reportedly more than half the dancers have left the company either by their choice or hers. Well folks, the Prime Minister is investigating. That how seriously they take their national pride. Even the nation rugby experts are weighing in on the ballet situation (click red link for story) and pointing out how the depth and breadth of rugby talent and leadership being developed in New Zealand by New Zealanders is an immense source of pride.

The good news is that RNZB Tonia Rose Looker, who Ethan Stiefel recognized as a bright talent when he was the Artistic Director at RNZB, has hopped the Tasman Sea to accept a position in the Queensland Ballet corps. One of Haglund all time favorite ABT Tharp Bombers, Laura Hildago, is a longtime principal there, and former RNZB er Lucy Green who joined last year was just promoted to principal by Artistic Director Li Cunxin.

Hopefully, Ms. Barker will not try to Americanize the RNZB either with dancers or in management style. Cultural sensitivity and respect might help here. His computer was confiscated. The police in London were contacted and his home was searched. Can the The New York Times investigate one of its own and report on it?

Alastair Macaulay wrote an article about his nightmare of being arrested for such innocent activity and published it in the UK Telegraph complete with a smiling picture of himself. This was in 2005, fewer than two years before The New York Times hired him as its chief dance critic. Did they investigate that incident as thoroughly then as they are investigating all of the claims they have been publishing over the past month?

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DUNMORE Saying he’s done with public service, State Representative Kevin Haggerty tells Newswatch 16 he will finish out his term and then look for another career.

Political opponents and allies criticized Representative Haggerty for missing 300 votes, staying away from Harrisburg to be close to his children during his divorce.

“When I would wake up every morning, I didn’t have that real passion that I had to get here, and so it weighs on you,” said Rep.

A protection from abuse order sought by his wife in June and his absence from 300 state house votes this fall took a toll on his reputation.

His wife quickly withdrew the PFA, but the state representative from Lackawanna County worried criticism of that and of the missed votes in a re election campaign would be tough on his children.

“It wasn’t about winning anymore. It was just about my kids and making sure they feel safe and secure,” he said. “I don’t think it would be fair to continue going through these elections that are very acidic. They’re nasty.”Rep. Haggerty Returns to State Capitol

Haggerty hopes the nastiness of politics is behind him. He plans to serve as state representative until his term ends in December, and plans to be active fighting to eliminate property taxes for schools and to sponsor bills to help with the drug crisis.

When asked if he’ll do a better job of showing up to Harrisburg to vote, the Dunmore Democrat vows his attendance will be close to perfect, the way it was for the first half of his term.

“I was there all the time. I didn’t miss anything. I was back in the groove, and then we had a family matter,” said Haggerty. “I will be in Harrisburg because there’s not that election coming up. That was always the contentious things. And things always get ugly during those months and we’ve been beat up pretty good.”

Despite personal and professional turmoil, Haggerty says he has no regrets.

When asked if he would ever consider running for office again, Haggerty said, “I don’t think so.”

Haggerty says he’d like to make a career of working with at risk kids. He says he has nothing lined up now.

The article starts with, he done with public service Um. Not to put too fine a point on it, but wasn he pretty much done with public service at the gate? To miss 300 votes regardless of personal issues is inexcusable. And, to attempt to use his children AS that excuse is even more deplorable.

Hey, Haggerty, why not refund your atrocious salary back to your constituents that trusted your word to be your bond and cast their votes for YOU to speak on their behalf? How about you do that, why not? Kevin? Are you reading any of these posts? Shame on you.

WNEP failed to provide the guaranteed salary to a member of the PA State Assembly: $86,478, regardless of whether one shows up or not.

Only California pays state legislator more. In fact in 40 other states state representative is considered a part time job, and in many of those states representatives are only paid per diem they show up. I don care if you are a republican or a democratic, or whatever Haggerty is a complete disgrace to himself and a total embarrassment and disappointment to the people he is supposed to represent.
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The bust is classically Roman, the face imperious. But this is no ordinary emperor. As a major new exhibition at the British Museum makes clear, Publius Aelius Traianus Hadrianus was not only a peacemaker who pulled his soldiers out of modern day Iraq. He was also the first leader of Rome to make it clear that he was gay.

Hadrian: Empire and Conflict will see the bust make pilgrimages to both ends of Hadrian’s Wall, the first time it has left the British Museum since being found in the Thames 200 years ago. But it is the singular life story of the gay emperor that is likely to capture the interest of most visitors.

His first move, within hours of coronation, was to withdraw his troops from Mesopotamia, now Iraq, and fortify the empire’s boundaries by building his eponymous wall in northern England and others in the Danube and the Rhine valleys, ushering in a new era of peace. The reign that followed can be traced through 200 ancient treasures, many of which have never been display in Britain.

Several of the artefacts relate to his male consort, Antinous, who accompanied him on his travels around the empire. These items include a poem written on papyrus, featuring the two men hunting together, and new finds that include memorials to the dead lover at Hadrian’s villa in Tivoli.

Although it was not uncommon for his predecessors to have taken gay lovers alongside a female spouse, Hadrian was unique in making his love “official” in a way that no other emperor had before him.

When Antinous drowned in mysterious circumstances, Hadrian was so distraught that he chose to commemorate the young Greek by naming an Egyptian city in his honour. Thorsten Opper, curator of the exhibition, said what was unusual in Hadrian’s attitude towards Antinous was the way in which he publicly deified him.

“He had to marry, and he had a politically arranged marriage to Sabina, who was the great niece of the former emperor Trajan, which in effect, set up his succession. But clearly, it was a loveless marriage with no children. What was unusual is that he had a lot of flings, and then after his lover drowned in the Nile AD130 he made him a god.

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The emperor’s sexuality was by no means the only unusual aspect of his reign. The decision to pull his troops out of Mesopotamia might have been frowned upon in an empire that had built its might on a bellicose foreign policy, but Hadrian’s charisma won over the masses.

Neil MacGregor, director of the British Museum, said: “The exhibition will provide an opportunity to assess the important legacy of the emperor Hadrian, a classical figure whose reign has telling relevance to our lives today.”

Mr Opper said there were similarities between second century Mesopotamia and present day Iraq, with the Roman occupiers finding themselves in a hotbed of violence and resistance.

“We must not mistake [Hadrian’s] motives for pulling his troops out of Mesopotamia,” Mr Opper said. “He didn’t really have a choice. It had just been conquered by his predecessor and there was a lot of guerrilla warfare, which is eerily just like modern times. What he did was give the empire breathing space and while he was a very experienced military leader, we also get the impression he was very cultured and he fostered Greek identity and made them partners in leadership.”

As the “people’s king” he travelled with his troops and ate the same rations he laid the foundations of the Byzantine Empire and changed the name of Judea to create Palestine, among other legacies.

At times, however, even Hadrian’s Rome played the role of violent occupier. During a suppression of a Jewish rebellion in Judea, Roman warriors were dispatched to take control ofthe region, leading to the death of 580,000 Jews. “It was probably as a punishment that he changed the name of Judea to Palestine,” said Mr Opper.

The exhibition, which brings together loans from 31 countries, will display sculpture, bronzes and architectural fragments. Highlights include the Vindoanda tablets from Hadrian’s Wall and a bronze head of the emperor discovered in the Thames in 1834, which will travel to both ends of Hadrian’s Wall. The head comes from a statue that may have been erected in a public space in London AD122 to commemorate Hadrian’s visit to Britain.

Other highlights are a bronze bust from Israel found in 1975, a papyrus fragment of Hadrian’s autobiography from the Bodleian Library that has never before been on public display, fragments from Hadrian’s tomb and gilded bronze peacocks measuring two metres lent by the Vatican’s Museum for the first time.

The show runs from 24 July until 26 October

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Virginia needs no reminder how difficult it is to win at Duke. The Cavaliers had lost 17 consecutive games at Cameron Indoor Stadium prior to Saturday’s 65 63 victory, futility that dated to dollar a gallon gas in 1995. has beaucoup company.

Wake Forest has dropped 19 straight at Duke since Tim Duncan’s 1997 graduation. Clemson has prevailed at Cameron once in the last 30 years, Georgia Tech and North Carolina State twice, Florida State twice since joining the ACC in 1991.

The league’s newest members Louisville, Notre Dame, Syracuse, Pittsburgh, Boston College, Virginia Tech and Miami are a combined 5 29 at Duke since their respective ACC arrivals.

Naturally, the exception is North Carolina. The Tar Heels are 36 44 at Cameron.

But as rare as a road victory at Duke is Mike Krzyzewski’s home winning percentage is .889 over 38 seasons Virginia’s was rarer still.

First, the Cavaliers shot 39.4 percent overall and 27.3 percent from beyond the 3 point arc. Since the advent of the 3 point shot in 1985 86, only one other opponent, North Carolina in 2016, has survived Cameron while shooting less than 40 percent overall and less than 30 percent from beyond the arc. defeat the nation’s No. 4 team on the road while shooting so poorly?

Ball security, as embodied by sophomore point guard Ty Jerome. Playing at Duke for the first time, Jerome had seven assists and only one turnover, not to mention 13 points and three steals.

Now the Blue Devils are far from elite defensively, and Krzyzewski’s concession to such straying from man to man to lengthy periods of zone is not conducive to takeaways. Regardless, the Cavaliers’ five turnovers no player had more than one at Cameron were historically low.

“I thought we got worn out playing defense in the first half,” Krzyzewski said, “and it affected us offensively. Going to the zone and the three quarter court press was one, we can play it well, obviously we did play it well, but it also doesn’t wear you out. Part of them being good is they wear you out when you’re on defense in man to man because you have to keep running after them. Their offense beat our defense.”

During the Krzyzewski Era he was hired in 1980 only four of 578 visiting teams have committed as few turnovers as Virginia did. North Carolina last season and Ohio State in November 2011 had five. Wake Forest last year and Alabama in March 1981 committed four.

And here’s the crazy part: Each of those four teams lost.

So none of the 63 other guests to win at Cameron in the last 38 seasons committed as few turnovers as the Cavaliers on Saturday.

That’s pretty darn remarkable.

But ball security is nearly as embedded as defense in Tony Bennett’s Virginia program.

“We do work at it,” he said Monday on the weekly ACC media call. “We talk about valuing the possession. To get a chance to get a clean look is so important, and you can’t do that if you’re loose with the ball. It’s individuals’ sure handedness, being mindful of it and working on it. But (having) everybody on the same page of how important the possession is. That’s always the battle that it comes down to.”

Bennett and his staff are winning the battle.

The Cavaliers’ turnover rate, 14.9 percent of their possessions, ranks seventh nationally, and they were among the top 25 in each of the previous three seasons. Their lowest finish in Bennett’s eight previous years was 85th in 2012, still among the top quarter of Division I.

The assist/turnover ratios for Jerome, guard Devon Hall and backup point guard Nigel Johnson are equally impressive. Hall’s is 3.14/1, Johnson’s 2.21/1, Jerome’s 2.09/1.

Virginia outscored Duke 14 4 in points off turnovers, and similar advantages fueled home victories over Boston College, North Carolina, and Clemson, and road conquests of Virginia Tech and Georgia Tech. In those five games combined, Virginia outscored its opponents 103 24 in points off turnovers.

So count ball security among the reasons defensive commitment, free throw and 3 point accuracy, balance and chemistry are others the Cavaliers (20 1, 9 0 ACC) are poised for a memorable season.
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Among the computers hacked by Phillip R. Durachinsky were 100 at Case Western Reserve University, according to an affidavit filed in conjunction with the case by FBI Special Agent Michael Brian.

Durachinsky was charged with Computer Fraud and Abuse Act violations, Wiretap Act violations, production of child pornography and aggravated identity theft. The indictment alleged that Durachinsky created and installed malware over a 13 year period to watch, listen to, and obtain personal data from unknowing victims, as well as to produce child pornography.

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