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Question by bliss: What is home-confinement?
What if you don’t have a home?

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Answer by B Triple D
Home confinement is where they place an electronic bracelet or anklet on you and it confines you to your home and a small area (your yard) outside. If you go any further than the devise allows the police are automatically notified and you will be in violation of your court order or parole. If you have no home then the judge will probably send you to a halfway house for the duration of your sentance and that will serve as your “Home Confinement”.

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Note Fisgard Lighthouse in the lower left of this composition. This was taken from a Single Otter operated by Harbour Air. I caught this plane home to Vancouver Island on Saturday and, as you can see, it was very windy.

The Fisgard Lighthouse is an historical structure at the southern tip of Vancouver Island in the city of Greater Victoria. I work several days a week in Vancouver, but Victoria is where my wife, daughter and I have our family home.

Come visit, world!

In the meantime, it’s back to the Olympic city tomorrow morning.

Can’t wait to jump back in the fray.


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Question by ♥Teddy♥Princess♥: Work from home – Real companies?
I am looking for a legitimate work from home company. Id like start a family and work from home until my children are school age. Are there any true work from home companies that dont require out of pocket costs? Ive tried West (www.workathomeagent.com) and they are FOR REAL. Any others? Trying to weigh my options.
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Wow! Thanks for all of the great feedback. I wish I could select ALL of you for the best answer.

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Answer by taylrrch2211
I have tried a few. None have been legitimate unfotunately. If you find one. I would like to know. It’s a wild market out there.

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In Flanders Fields / Lt. Colonel John McCrae M.D. / Birthplace / Guelph, Ontario
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In Flanders fields, the poppies blow
Between the crosses, row on row,
That mark our place; and in the sky
The larks, still bravely singing, fly
Scarce heard amid the guns below…
We are the Dead. Short days ago
We lived, felt dawn, saw sunset glow,
Loved, and were loved, and now we lie
In Flanders fields…
Take up our quarrel with the foe:
To you from failing hands we throw
The torch; be yours to hold it high.
If ye break faith with us who die
We shall not sleep, though poppies grow
In Flanders fields…

Videos related to the writing of the poem
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Armistice Day occurs next Tuesday… “at the eleventh hour of the eleventh day of the eleventh month”. My father’s brother, John Barber died in 1917 when a stove exploded in a Belgian army camp. My mother’s brother, Bill Watson, was killed on July 23, 1944, when the Wellington Mk X bomber in which he was navigator ditched into the Irish Sea while on a training mission. All on board were killed.

I decided it would be fitting to travel the short distance to Guelph, Ontario, to visit the birthplace of Lt. Col. John McCrae, who penned “In Flanders Fields” on a piece of paper held tightly to the back of his friend, Colonel Lawrence Cosgrave while they were in the trenches during a lull in the bombings on May 3, 1915. McCrae had witnessed the death of his friend, Lieutenant Alexis Helmer, the day before. The poem was first published on December 8, 1915 in Punch magazine, London.

The light wasn’t the best for my photoshoot, since the front of the house receives very little sunlight at any point during the day. Did my best. Someday I’ll redo it when the skies are overcast.

Over the next week, I will be posting images taken during the visit. I will also be posting pictures of Uncle Bill and Uncle John, as well as of Bill’s flight crew. I will tell as much of their stories as I know.

From my set entitled “John McCrae Birthplace” (under preparation)
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In my collection entitled “Places”
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Reproduced from Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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Lieutenant Colonel John Alexander McCrae (November 30, 1872 – January 28, 1918) was a Canadian poet, physician, author, artist and soldier during World War I and a surgeon during the battle of Ypres. He is best known for writing the famous war memorial poem In Flanders Fields.

McCrae was born in McCrae House in Guelph, Ontario, the grandson of Scottish immigrants. He attended the Guelph Collegiate Vocational Institute. John became a member of the Guelph militia regiment.

McCrae worked on his BA at the University of Toronto from 1892-3. He took a year off his studies at the University of Toronto due to recurring problems with asthma.

He was a member of the Toronto militia, The Queen’s Own Rifles of Canada while studying at the University of Toronto, during which time he was promoted to Captain and commanded the company.

Among his papers in the John McCrae House in Guelph, Ontario is a letter John McCrae wrote on July 18, 1893 to Laura Kains while he trained as an artilleryman at the Royal Military College of Canada in Kingston, Ontario. "…I have a manservant .. Quite a nobby place it is, in fact .. My windows look right out across the bay, and are just near the water’s edge; there is a good deal of shipping at present in the port; and the river looks very pretty.’ [1]

He was a resident master in English and Mathematics in 1894 at the OAC in Guelph, Ontario. [2]

He returned to the University of Toronto and completed his B.A. McCrae later studied medicine on a scholarship at the University of Toronto. While attending the university he joined the Zeta Psi Fraternity (Theta Xi chapter; class of 1894) and published his first poems.

He completed a medical residency at the Garrett Hospital, a Maryland children’s convalescent home. [2]

In 1902, he was appointed resident pathologist at Montreal General Hospital and later also became assistant pathologist to the Royal Victoria Hospital Montreal. In 1904, he was appointed an associate in medicine at the Royal Victoria Hospital. Later that year, he went to England where he studied for several months and became a member of the Royal College of Physicians.

In 1905, he set up his own practice although he continued to work and lecture at several hospitals. He was appointed pathologist to the Montreal Foundling and Baby Hospital in 1905. In 1908, he was appointed physician to the Royal Alexandra Hospital for Infectious Diseases.

In 1910, he accompanied Lord Grey, the Governor General of Canada, on a canoe trip to Hudson Bay to serve as expedition physician .

McCrae served in the artillery during the Second Boer War, and upon his return was appointed professor of pathology at the University of Vermont, where he taught until 1911 (although he also taught at McGill University in Montreal, Quebec)

When the United Kingdom declared war on Germany at the start of World War I, Canada, as a Dominion within the British Empire, declared war as well. McCrae was appointed as a field surgeon in the Canadian artillery and was in charge of a field hospital during the Second Battle of Ypres in 1915. McCrae’s friend and former student, Lt. Alexis Helmer, was killed in the battle, and his burial inspired the poem, In Flanders Fields, which was written on May 3, 1915 and first published in Punch Magazine, London.

From June 1, 1915 McCrae was ordered away from the artillery to set up No. 3 Canadian General Hospital at Dannes-Camiers near Boulogne-sur-Mer, northern France. C.L.C. Allinson reported that McCrae "most unmilitarily told [me] what he thought of being transferred to the medicals and being pulled away from his beloved guns. His last words to me were: ‘Allinson, all the goddam doctors in the world will not win this bloody war: what we need is more and more fighting men.’"[3]

‘In Flanders Fields’ appeared anonymously in Punch on December 8, 1915, but in the index to that year McCrae was named as the author. The verses swiftly became one of the most popular poems of the war, used in countless fund-raising campaigns and frequently translated (a Latin version begins In agro belgico…). ‘In Flanders Fields’ was also extensively printed in the United States, which was contemplating joining the war, alongside a ‘reply’ by R. W. Lillard, ("…Fear not that you have died for naught, / The torch ye threw to us we caught…").

For eight months the hospital operated in Durbar tents (donated by the Begum of Bhopal and shipped from India), but after suffering storms, floods and frosts it was moved up to Boulogne-sur-Mer into the old Jesuit College in February 1916.

McCrae, now "a household name, albeit a frequently misspelt one",[4] regarded his sudden fame with some amusement, wishing that "they would get to printing ‘In F.F.’ correctly: it never is nowadays"; but (writes his biographer) "he was satisfied if the poem enabled men to see where their duty lay."[5]

On January 28, 1918, while still commanding No 3 Canadian General Hospital (McGill) at Boulogne, McCrae died of pneumonia. He was buried with full honours[6] in the Commonwealth War Graves Commission section of Wimereux Cemetery, just a couple of kilometres up the coast from Boulogne. McCrae’s horse, "Bonfire", led the procession, his master’s riding boots reversed in the stirrups. McCrae’s gravestone is placed flat, as are all the others, because of the sandy soil.

McCrae was the co-author, with J. G. Adami, of a medical textbook, A Text-Book of Pathology for Students of Medicine (1912; 2nd ed., 1914). He was the brother of Dr. Thomas McCrae, professor of medicine at John Hopkins Medical School in Baltimore and close associate of Sir William Osler.

McCrae was the great uncle of former Alberta MP David Kilgour and of Kilgour’s sister Geills Turner, who married former Canadian Prime Minister John Napier Turner.

Several institutions have been named in McCrae’s honour, including John McCrae Public School (part of the York Region District School Board in the Toronto suburb of Markham, Ontario), John McCrae Public School (in Guelph, Ontario), John McCrae Senior Public School (in Scarborough, Ontario) and John McCrae Secondary School (part of the Ottawa-Carleton District School Board in the Ottawa suburb of Barrhaven). The current Canadian War Museum has a gallery for special exhibits, called the The Lieutenant-Colonel John McCrae Gallery. Guelph is home to McCrae House, a museum created in his birthplace.

The Cloth Hall of the city of Ieper (Ypres in English} in Belgium has a permanent war remembrance[8] called the In Flanders Fields Museum, named after the poem.

There are also a photograph and short biographical memorial to McCrae in the St George Memorial Church in Ypres.

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Question by janis_krisfan: Are those work from home companies legit?
I have a full time job but am wanting a little extra money to make it a little easier to me since I live alone. Anyone have advice to go for it or not? here would I even look for such an opportunity?

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Answer by Judy
Google “work at home scams”
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Foodies — they’re like regular people, only more obnoxious and food-obsessed. Relax, we can say that — we wear our douche-baguette card like a sad badge of honor that we would steal from a little old lady holding the last marble rye.
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So you changed the design. And then, it does not even work.

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If you make a change, at least see to it that it works. Whenever I go to pictures from a group the side bar does not upload and the retry button does not work either.

After going and back and forth it takes me about five attempts to be able to leave a comment. Not what I call a fun experience.

I am sure people are commenting on other pictures than originally intended, if they are having the same problem.

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Foodies — they’re like regular people, only more obnoxious and food-obsessed. Relax, we can say that — we wear our douche-baguette card like a sad badge of honor that we would steal from a little old lady holding the last marble rye.
Sure, Julia Child may have said, "People who love to eat are always the best people," but perhaps she never tried dating them. It’s tougher than an overcooked octopus tentacle.

Just in case there was any doubt, here are the top ten warning signs you’re dating a foodie.
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— 10. Reservations Replace Gifts

Whether it’s Valentine’s Day, New Year’s Eve, Easter brunch, or your birthday, your gift will always be a reservation. Foodies will announce the party size and time slot like they scored the winning basket with five seconds on the clock. At any given time, they will know how many OpenTable points they have and what restaurants are the 1,000-pointers.
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— 9. Constantly Chasing Food Trucks

Storm chasers and ambulance chasers have nothing on these mates. They probably joined Twitter to stalk monitor their favorite trucks. They always keep track of the fourth Wednesday of the month for the food truck festival in North Beach and head there with an attack plan. Even though the fest launched only a few months ago, they will speak fondly about frequenting Latin Burger & Taco long before it was brick-and-mortar.
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— 8. Has an Oral Fixation

According to Freud, a baby who wasn’t nursed enough or was nursed too much can become an orally fixated adult. The foodie species likely has some of this residual need to occupy the mouth. This will most likely make them very good at oral sex. They will also refer to this activity as the appetizer. But as any true dining enthusiast will tell you, the appetizers are probably the best part of the menu.
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— 7. Has Legit Diet Deal-Breakers

If you shared your special diet with your loved one and he or she strongly considered dumping you, that person is a foodie. Whether you are a vegan or gluten-intolerant, this one will somehow take it very personally and wonder if he or she can ever dine with you again. Even if he or she seems tolerant at the beginning, you are probably no longer marriage material. Sorry.
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We can all understand the importance of local catches and working with local farms, but there’s a limit. If your date asks, "Is the ice locally sourced and from what reservoir?" you have a big problem. Does this mate melt while talking about what the Regent Cocktail Club does with its ice? If so, imagine what he or she will do hearing about key limes or hogfish.
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— 5. You Haven’t Been to a Chain Restaurant in Months

The old ball-and-chain will never let you go to a chain restaurant. Sure, there’s one fast-food place his or she frequents — most likely Shake Shack. But you can kiss the days of Olive Garden and Chevy’s goodbye. The endless pasta bowl is nonexistent, and now you know only what restaurants make homemade pasta for a plate. For "good Mexican," you just had to venture all the way to Homestead.
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— 4. Every Program Recorded on the DVR has "Chef" in the Title

He or she is strongly considering befriending the Dalai Lama after Page Six just reported that Richard Gere is secretly dating Top Chef’s Padma Lakshmi. The suspected foodie will point out which restaurants in Miami are associated with each cheftestant and on what season they participated. The knowledge is a mixture of a guide for a TMZ tour and a sports statistician.
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Unless you want to see your foodie act all "straight outta Compton," don’t bring up Nina Compton or the past season of Top Chef. More stable foodies might be able to say, "She was robbed" or "We still got fan favorite."
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You forgot what piping-hot meals taste like. Your date has first dibs on all of your food, to photograph at every angle. The candle on the table is moved near your plate not to cast a better glow on you, but rather because a true foodie would never use flash on food. You feel like your food is a piece of meat, because it is, and because it is just there as a means to get likes on your date’s Instagram account. You are also told what to order based on what will photograph best.
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In an intimate moment, you express your secret bondage fantasy. Watch out — the foodie sees this as an in to truss you like a chicken. He or she wants to follow the way Thomas Keller does it so effortlessly in that video where he roasts a patted-dry chicken with no oil or butter. Miraculously, the skin is crisp and the flesh moist. However, unlike Mr. Keller, the foodie will want to stuff the cavity with something more than salt and pepper.
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By Juan Barquin Wed., May 28 2014 at 7:00 AM
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In the midst of a summer packed with huge blockbuster features (Godzilla, Edge of Tomorrow, Transformers: Age of Extinction, and even Guardians of the Galaxy), it’s often nice to take a seat and watch something that’s a little less huge in scale. But the summer movie machine often has the effect of erasing all those independent or smaller-scale films that deserve audiences’ attentions; in viewers memories, the little guys are all too often shoved aside to make way for another explosion.

And that’s a shame, because the offerings at your local indie theater are particularly great this summer. Here’s what’s coming up, from buzz-worthy festival winners to under-the-radar pictures you’ve never heard of.
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See also: The End Is Awesome: Six Best Dystopian Movies

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There’s no one better to start off a list about slowing down for something small-scale than a director who makes films as intimate as Jim Jarmusch does. And with all the mass death that goes unspoken of in every disaster flick this year, we all need a little reminder of how death affects us all; whether that means living too long, having life cut short, or simply being the living dead. What Jarmusch presents us with, through the brilliant Tilda Swinton and Tom Hiddleston, is a fascinating and meditative take on the vampire narrative. His characters don’t even remotely embody the kind of bloodsuckers that pop culture has been barraging the world with lately, but it’s exactly that fact that makes Only Lovers Left Alive one to look out for.

The film is currently showing at O Cinema, with the Miami Beach Cinematheque following soon after.
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François Ozon has made a living with films that investigate the psychosexual development of all sorts of people. Here, in a film that almost entirely reflective of his own career and all the experimentation with sexuality that it’s done, his lens is focused on a budding young woman who moonlights as a prostitute. It’s a simple, sensual film, and one that warrants a rewatch months after its premiere at the Miami International Film Festival.

The film is showing at the Miami Beach Cinematheque, Cosford Cinema, and Tower Theater.
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— 8. Obvious Child

Another A24 release (I can’t emphasize how great a distribution company they are), Obvious Child is one of few films this summer that is about and was written, directed, and produced by women. Gillian Robespierre’s debut feature, adapted from her own short, is about an aspiring comedian who winds up pregnant after a one night stand and has to deal with everything that comes with it. All this already sounds promising, but the endlessly charming Jenny Slate — who many will recognize from either Saturday Night Live& or Parks and Recreation — in the lead role is even more exciting.

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— 7. The Dance of Reality

If you’ve never had your mind blown away by the surreal prowess of a master like Alejandro Jodorowsky, there’s no way you’ll know what you’re in for with his first work in twenty-three years: La danza de la realidad. Coming just after the release of the fascinating documentary about his failed attempt at making his vision of Dune a reality, it’s the perfect follow-up work considering it’s an autobiographical piece. Regardless, with a visionary like Jodorowsky, one can never begin to imagine where fiction begins and reality ends.

The film opens at the Miami Beach Cinematheque on June 6.
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With the kind of low-budget sci-fi masterpieces coming out of Sundance in recent years (take Shane Carruth’s Primer and Upstream Color as great examples), it’s a wonder how The Signal got past our radar until just recently. The vague IMDB synopsis — a group of college students are lured to the middle of the desert by a hacker — and the intriguing, visually appealing trailer, make it one to keep an eye out for this summer. Considering the disappointments that have been handed to everyone this year with regards to big budget sci-fi related flicks, this is a film we’re hoping turns out as good as it looks.

The film is set to release on June 13.
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There’s something about psychological thrillers that gets me going, and when critics throw around comparisons to filmmakers like Michael Haneke, Luis Buñuel, and Giorgos Lanthimos, things become even more exciting. Borgman, which premiered at Cannes 2013, has finally made its way to the US through Drafthouse, and it’s no wonder why it’s one of the most exciting upcoming releases. The uncomfortable trailer already promises plenty with this tale of a homeless man who invades a home, and one can only wonder where this tale will take us.

The film opens at the Miami Beach Cinematheque on June 19.
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Speaking of science-fiction films that haven’t gotten nearly enough press in the states, Bong Joon-ho’s Snowpiercer is easily one of the most anticipated flicks of the year. Any film as ambitious sounding as one about a dystopian society in which all remaining life on earth is crammed into a constantly-moving train automatically deserves attention. The fact that it’s based on an already interesting French graphic novel, Le Transperceneige, loaded with talent (Chris Evans, Tilda Swinton, John Hurt, Octavia Spencer, Ed Harris, Song Kang-ho), and helmed by one of South Korea’s most talented filmmakers only sweetens the deal.

The film opens at the Miami Beach Cinematheque on June 27th, with a Bong Joon-ho retrospective featuring Mother, The Host, and Memories of Murder following in July.
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As boring of a year as 2010 was for the following Oscars, by no means was David Michôd’s Animal Kingdom one of the best nominees involved. And yet, his latest project being distributed by A24, The Rover, looks like a damn interesting one. Its trailer is a simple one, simply showing glimpses of an anarchist society, but its enough to captivate the viewer with its showcasing of the Australian outback. Plus, as one of the few remaining fans of Robert Pattinson, especially after his great performance in David Cronenberg’s Cosmopolis, how could I not be excited?

The film is set to release on June 20.
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Is it truly possible for anyone to not want to watch a film that stars a talent like Isabelle Huppert? Maybe, but it’s hard to imagine why, especially when she’s in a drama alongside Toni Servillo (who many will remember from the Oscar-winning Italian film The Great Beauty). Even though it premiered in Miami in 2013 through MIFF, Bella Addormentata has finally garnered a limited release this year. The film takes place over the last six days of a woman who has spent 17 years in a vegetative state. Simply wondering what a filmmaker could do with that concept is enough to make it one worth anticipating.

The film opens at the Cosford Cinema on July 11.
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Boyhood – Official US Trailer (IFC Films) HD

YouTube … 1:46 minutes

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— 1. Boyhood

While this is last, it’s certainly not the least, especially considering it’s the most ambitious work on this entire list. It’s hard not to find Richard Linklater’s career fascinating, with works like Dazed and Confused, Before Sunrise, A Scanner Darkly, and School of Rock (among many great others) in his oeuvre. To think that now, after 12 years of production, his project Boyhood is finally being unveiled is exhilarating. Other directors have attempted to capture small glimpses of performances over a long period of time, but the idea that there could be a film that tells the story of a couple trying to raise their son over a period of 12 years is just plain crazy. That concept alone should be enough to get anyone in theaters. It’s certainly enough for me.

Boyhood is set for release on July 11th.

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Question by Chris: Does anyone know what insurance companies are covering home-based businesses?
Specifically, I am starting a home-based e-commerce store, and my insurance broker has told me that he is unable to find any carriers that will cover product liability for a home-based company. I know there must be some carriers out there that will, because there are thousands of similar companies to mine out there. Any suggestions?

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About half of all businesses fail in five years, and 70% after ten years. Their facilities however stand for long after, reminding us of our industrial history. From here:

A business that has called Benton Harbor home for more than 70 years has announced it’s closing down. From automotive ashtrays to car spoilers, and even hospital equipment, Modern Plastics molded it and made it all.

But with increasing economic pressures, the plastics manufacturer has melted down. About 100 employees received news Monday that, come Tuesday, they’re not needed.

Oil prices are a major factor, since all plastics are petroleum based. Vice President Robert Orlaske says their buyers weren’t willing or able to match the bottom line.

“We had to pass on price increases to our customers, and a lot of them wouldn’t take it, so they shopped other places for moving their work. And a lot of them have chosen to go to China or Mexico where the labor is a lot cheaper,” Orlaske tells NewsCenter 16.

The company says they’ll do all they can for the people who’ve labored for them. They’ll hold meetings with their employees this week to help them find new jobs and get them job training.

Company leaders are in negotiations to sell the Coloma plant. If the sale goes through, it’s likely that most if not all of the current employees at that plant will keep their jobs.

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This is the magnificent billiards and men’s smoking room.

Tyntesfield is a Victorian Gothic Revival estate near Wraxall, North Somerset, England, near Nailsea, seven miles from Bristol.

The house was acquired by the National Trust in June 2002 after a fund raising campaign to prevent it being sold to private interests and ensure it be opened to the public. It was opened to visitors for the first time just 10 weeks after the acquisition and as more rooms are restored they are added to the tour. It was visited by 104,451 people in 2009, a 3.4% rise on the previous year.

The Gibbs family’s fortunes originated in the establishment of a trading company by Antony Gibbs (1756–1816). Gibbs dealt mainly with Spain, and eventually took his two oldest sons (William and George) into partnership. After Antony’s death, his sons built up a substantial trade in guano from the former Spanish colonies in South America. The firm’s profits from this trade were such that William Gibbs became one of the richest men in England, and was able to finance the construction of Tyntesfield as a country seat for his family.

William Gibbs purchased Tyntes Place, the original Regency-Gothic house that stood on the site, in 1843. In 1863 he began the full-blown rebuilding to create the Gothic Revival extravaganza that now stands; the cost was £70,000. Notable elements of the house include glass by Powell and Wooldridge, mosaics by Salviati, and ironwork by Hart, Son, Peard and Co. The original architect was John Norton. In the 1880s further alterations were made by architect Henry Woodyer. The chapel was designed by Arthur William Blomfield in the 1870s.

William was married to Matilda Blanche Crawley-Boevey. They had seven children and eighteen grandchildren. The family were devout Anglicans, and William and his wife were supporters of the Oxford Movement. He was a major benefactor of Keble College Oxford.

William’s grandson George served as a soldier, as the MP for Bristol West, and as Treasurer of the Household. He was Parliamentary Private Secretary to the Secretary of State for the Colonies the Rt Hon Walter Hume Long, MP (later Viscount Long of Wraxall). His first wife was Victoria Florence de Burgh Long, daughter of Walter Hume Long. Victoria died at Tyntesfield from influenza in 1920, and in 1927 he married secondly, Ursula Mary Lawley, daughter of Lord Wenlock, and Maid of Honour to Queen Mary.

George Gibbs was elevated to the peerage as Baron Wraxall in 1928. In 1931, he was succeeded by his son from his second marriage, George (known as Richard), who died unmarried in 2001. On his death, the estate was sold. Richard’s brother Sir Eustace Gibbs, a diplomat, is now the third Baron Wraxall.

In World War II the U.S. Army Medical Corps established a facility for wounded soldiers known as the 74th General Hospital in the grounds.

The appeal by the National Trust collected £8.2 million from the public in just 100 days and the Trust also received the largest single grant ever by the National Heritage Memorial Fund (at £17.4 million), which caused some controversy. The National Lottery has earmarked a further £25 million for the major conservation work that is needed.

Since 2004 staff have been cataloging the contents of the house, which had been collected by the four generations of the family. By 2008 a total of 30,000 items had been listed including an unexploded Second World War bomb, a jewel-encrusted chalice, a roll of 19th-century flock wallpaper and a coconut with carved face and hair. A further 10,000 items are being catalogued and photographed.

For further information please visit en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tyntesfield and www.nationaltrust.org.uk/tyntesfield/


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