Aleneva is a census-designated place in the Kodiak Island Borough in the U. S. state of Alaska. As of the 2010 census, the population was 37, down from 68 in 2000. Aleneva is located at 58°00′51″N 152°54′34″W in the Kodiak Recording District. Aleneva is located on the southern coast of the island of Afognak, north of Kodiak Island, it is across from Little Raspberry Island. The Kodiak Archipelago is warmed by the Japanese current; the climate is similar to Southeast Alaska, with less precipitation. January temperatures range from 14 to 46 °F. July temperatures range from 39 to 76 °F. Average annual rainfall is 74 inches. According to the United States Census Bureau, the CDP has a total area of 62.2 square miles, all land. Aleneva is a settlement of Russian Old Believers whose ancestors settled in Woodburn, after the October Revolution forced them out of Russia; the population consists of 1.5% Alaska Native or part Native. During the 2000 census, total housing units numbered 14. 2000 census data showed 21 residents as employed.
The unemployment rate at that time was zero. The median household income was $10,417 and the per capita income was $3,707, making Aleneva the place in Alaska with the lowest per capita income. 40.66% of residents were living below the poverty level. Aleneva first appeared on the 2000 U. S. Census as a census-designated place. Within its present boundaries is the former historic community of Afognak; as of the census of 2000, there were 68 people, 14 households, 13 families residing in the CDP. The population density was 1.1 people per square mile. There were 14 housing units at an average density of 0.2/sq mi. The racial makeup of the CDP was 1.47 % Native American. There were 14 households out of which 57.1% had children under the age of 18 living with them, 92.9% were married couples living together, 7.1% were non-families. No households were made up of individuals and none had someone living alone, 65 years of age or older; the average household size was 4.86 and the average family size was 5.08.
In the CDP, the population was spread out with 52.9% under the age of 18, 14.7% from 18 to 24, 17.6% from 25 to 44, 10.3% from 45 to 64, 4.4% who were 65 years of age or older. The median age was 17 years. For every 100 females, there were 119.4 males. For every 100 females age 18 and over, there were 88.2 males. The median income for a household in the CDP was $10,417, the median income for a family was $10,417. Males had a median income of $0 versus $0 for females; the per capita income for the CDP was $3,707. There were 47.6% of families and 40.7% of the population living below the poverty line, including 30.6% of under 18 and 25.0% of those over 64. There are no public services on the island. Electricity is provided by individual generators. There are no state-operated schools in the community. There are a few small logging camps on no other source of employment; the economy is based on subsistence activities. Transportation is provided by float plane from Kodiak. Taxes: Sales: None, Property: 9.25 mills, Special: 5% Accommodations Tax.
Conf. Aleneva at the Community Database Online from the Alaska Division of Community and Regional Affairs Maps from the Alaska Department of Labor and Workforce Development: 2000, 2010
Kakopathar is a town in the district of Tinsukia, Assam, a northeastern state of India. There are 15 Gaon Panchayat under Kakopather Development Block. Around 27 villages are there under Kakopather Gaon Panchayat including Kakopather town. Kailashpur is one of the villages under Kakopather tahsil. Kailashpur is about 50 km away from its district main city Tinsukia. Kailashpur gaon is the center of Kailashpur Gaon Panchayat. Kailashpur High School is the main educational center in this region. Kakopather College was established in 1995-96. There are many Schools around Kakopather town- Kakopather Higher Secondary School Kakopather Girls High School Kakopather Hindi High School Sarvajanin High-school Dirak Higher Secondary School Jyotirmoya High School Tezi High School Kanchijan High School Sankardev Sishu Vidya Niketan Jatiya Vidyalaya Kakopathe Radhakrishnan Academy Kakopathar Iris English School On 10 February 2006, nine people were killed by bullets of the armed forces and Assam Police at Kakopather.
Six of them were protesters and two were residents of Kakopather hit by stray bullets from the indiscriminate firing. The protesters were among the thousands of residents that poured out from villages in and around Kakopather and took to the streets demanding justice for the custodial death of Ajit Mahanta, a 23-year-old resident of Dirak Gohain gaon in Kakopather. Ajit Mahanta was picked up by personnel of the 13th Gorkha Regiment of the Indian Army stationed in the area; the incident took place on 4 February. At about six in the evening, seven people came to Mahanta's bamboo and thatched house where he lived with his mother and two children. Five of the people were in uniform and the other two wore civilian clothes, they asked for Mahanta and his wife replied that he had gone to a neighbour's. The military personnel picked him up from the way; the Army took his body to the Assam Medical College and Hospital claiming that he died in a fall. This happened on 6 February. Following the incident on 7 February, the residents of the area and other neighbouring villages came out in protest.
Thousands of people blocked National Highway 52 near Soonjan village in protest against the killing. They demanded the guilty to be punished at once. However, no action was taken against the military personnel responsible for the death of Mahanta; this led to the increase in protests and number of protesters. People started protesting at various other places like Chabua and Doomdooma. However, the administration turned a blind eye to the situation and did not take the case even after increasing protests. On 10 February, people started marching towards Kakopather. Police tried to stop them; the police started firing tear shells and bullets in the air. When the protesters showed no signs of fear, the police and armed forces started indiscriminate firing resulting in the death of nine people
L! VE TV was a British television station, operated by Mirror Group Newspapers on cable television from 12 June 1995 until 5 November 1999, it was revived for Sky from 2003. In 2006, the new L! VE TV's name was changed to Babeworld to reflect the channel's gradual change of focus towards "adult material". L! VE TV was proposed by David Montgomery as MGN's foray into pay television. Mirror Television, a Mirror Group plc subsidiary, bought Wire TV which included sports content shown at certain times during Wire's output. Sports programming on Wire had been expanded when several sporting rights were acquired, such as Vauxhall Conference football, the live broadcast rights to Lennox Lewis's WBC title fights and the 1996 Cricket World Cup, plus other sporting coverage following a deal with Chrysalis Sport. Mirror Group planned to turn Sportswire into a separate channel to operate alongside L! VE TV, which would replace Wire. Wire was closed at the end of May 1995 but the proposed Sportswire channel came to nothing, leaving Mirror Television with just L!
VE TV. At its launch in 1995, the station was headed by Kelvin MacKenzie with Janet Street-Porter as managing director and a team of young presenters who were new to TV. Street-Porter created a schedule based around three blocks of live broadcasting each day from its base on the 24th floor of London's Canary Wharf building; the output was orientated towards a rolling mix of celebrities, reviews, lifestyle features and reports from events and happenings across the UK. A typical early show was a two-hour afternoon piece based on viewers' wedding videos. By the second week only one had been sent in, on phoning the participants to have a live commentary, the presenters were informed that the couple were too busy shopping. Three months after going on air, Street-Porter left due to clashes with MacKenzie over content. MacKenzie axed the rolling content and replaced it with programmes that received much media coverage but low viewer figures; these included Topless Darts, produced by future Times journalist Sathnam Sanghera with commentary by comedian Jimmy Frinton, the surreal talent show Spanish Archer, Talgarth Trousers, Canary Wharf, a soap opera, which used the station's offices in the Docklands as a set.
Other features were the weather, read in Norwegian by a blonde model wearing a bikini, Britain's Bounciest Weather with Rusty Goffe who due to his small stature bounced on a trampoline while doing the forecast, Tiffany's Big City Tips, in which model Tiffany Banister gave the financial news while stripping to her underwear, Painted Ladies, which involved topless girls "painting" on large sheets of paper with various body parts and the News Bunny, a person in a rabbit suit who stood behind a newsreader making gestures and expressions for each item. Considered cheap and always accused of poor taste, the channel never captured more than 1% of the British television audience under MGN, at its worst was losing around £7 million a year, it was described as "tabloid television", in part due to its control by MGN and because MacKenzie had been editor of The Sun. At the end of 1995 and during 1996 the first local L! VE TV channels were launched; these channels featured both local programming from London.
Around 20 stations had been planned to launch by the end of the 1990s but only a small number made it to air. Shortly before its demise in 1999, it was said that the channel would bid for rights to show FA Premier League football, but given the size of the financial commitment required, it is that it was a publicity stunt. However, Mirror Television had been a serious contender in 1996 and had formally entered the bidding process with Carlton Television but they were beaten by Sky Sports; the station closed on 5 November 1999 at 6 pm with a caption over a black and white still of the station's cast and crew in the studio: "L!ve TV: 15 August 1995 – 5 November 1999" The date displayed was incorrect as the station had launched on 12 June 1995. In 2003, L! VE TV returned as a free channel on Sky, first on EPG 274 on 214, its content was entirely archive from L! VE TV. In 2004, following competitor channels, its risqué archive of late-night offerings was supplemented with banners advertising adult text messaging.
Towards the end of 2005, the evening and late night were turned over to promoting adult text and phone-in services, involving models stripping to entice viewers into phoning or texting the studio. This was under the pretence. By February 2006, content had dwindled to little more than these shows and it was moved to the adult section of Sky's EPG on 28 February 2006. Two days the name changed to Babeworld, ending links to the MGN operation. Babeworld closed on 22 October 2011, two days prior to Ofcom publishing a notice of revocation for its broadcast licence, ending eight years of the active Sky channel slot. A number of archive programmes from L! VE TV, including The Why Files and Lie Detector were shown on My Channel known as Eat Cinema, on Sky channel 199; the entire L! VE TV archive and the rights to the channel's programming were sold on eBay in May 2013. On 3 June 2013, the winner of the sale bought the entire programming archive for £14,100. Matt Arnold Richard Bacon Donna Bernard Julia Bradbury Simon London Charlie Stayt Rhodri Williams Claudia Winkleman Nick Ferrari Kelvin McKenzie Tony Orsten Rachel Purnell Janet Street-Porter Ruth Wrigley Canary Wharf News Bunny Chris Horrie, Adam Nathan, "L!ve TV: tellybrats and topless darts: the uncut story of tab
Hagensborg named Kristiania, is a small community in the Bella Coola Valley in British Columbia, Canada. Its census population in 2006 was 248; the valley was the ancient home to the Nuxálk people when European explorers arrived. Norwegian settlers from Minnesota and Wisconsin arrived in 1894, under the guidance of the Reverend Christian Saugstad established a colony; the colony was named "Hagen's Borg" after Hagen B. Christensen, the first storekeeper in the area and postmaster from April 1, 1896 to October 14, 1910.. Hagensborg is served by Highway 20, which runs from Williams Lake to Bella Coola, at the mouth of the Bella Coola River on North Bentinck Arm; the Bella Coola Airport is located in Hagensborg. Hagensborg is not incorporated as a municipality, its local government representation is provided through the Central Coast Regional District. CCRD Electoral Areas "C" and "D" each include part of Hagensborg; the eastern portion is part of Electoral Area "C", while the western portion is part of Electoral Area "D".
Provincially, Hagensborg is in the North Coast riding, served by NDP MLA Jennifer Rice. Federally, Hagensborg is in the riding of Skeena—Bulkley Valley, served by NDP MP Nathan Cullen. There is a post office in Hagensborg, with postal code V0T 1H0. Hagensborg is home to the headquarters of School District 49 Central Coast, which administers three local schools, Sir Alexander Mackenzie School, Nustasum Elementary School, Bella Coola Elementary School. Hagensborg is located centrally with regard to the population distribution of the Bella Coola Valley; as such, it provides some services, such as the airport, ambulance station, swimming pool, Royal Canadian Legion hall and some accommodation and retail that serve the entire Valley. In addition, it is the primary service centre for the eastern end of the Bella Coola Valley, thus is home to a full-service grocery store, gas station and breakfast, other commercial services. Hagensborg is home to the Norwegian Heritage House, a preserved house built prior to 1900 by Andrew Svisdahl, an early Norwegian settler in the area.
The House has been outfitted as an interpretive centre. VR Panorama of school entrance in Hagensborg Hagensborg entry in the Columbia Gazetteer of North America Hagensborg on epodunk.com Tourism BC - Hagensborg Hagensborg A and B
Juan Ignacio Moreno de Acevedo Yagüe, better known as Juan Moreno Yagüe, is a Spanish lawyer and politician. He is a specialist in banking and criminal and economic law. Born on 29 May 1973 in Salamanca to a family with a tradition in law, his mother a teacher and his father a judge, he is married with two children, he was raised in Villafranca de los Barros and Montijo before moving at age nine to Seville. After earning a Licentiate degree in Law, he unsuccessfully tried to pass the competitive public examinations in order to become a judge, he took part in the 15-M Movement through ¡Democracia Real YA!. He participated in the anti-eviction movement. Keen of the online alias hackabogado, Moreno Yagüe, promoter of initiatives such as Democracia 4.0, #Opeuribor. He has been one of the lawyers hired by 15MpaRato movement, the citizen platform that uncovered the Bankia Case that brought Rodrigo Rato to trial.. He has taken part in the X Party since its inception, he ran 6th in the party list for the 2014 European Parliament election in Spain.
The party failed to obtain representation. Moreno Yagüe ran 2nd in the Podemos list for Seville vis-à-vis the 2015 Andalusian regional election, elected, became a member of the 10th term of the Parliament of Andalusia, where he served as 3rd Vice-President of the governing board of the legislature. In February 2017, he contested the Podemos leadership voting to determine the party's Secretary-General in the 2nd Citizen Assembly, presenting himself as the single alternative to the leadership of Pablo Iglesias. Running in a platform vouching for direct democracy, energy transition and free knowledge, he commanded the support of 15,700 members vs the 128,700 votes commanded by Iglesias, his policy manifesto was focussed on electronic voting and eliminating the bank payment system, replacing banks with a mobile application where each person manages his or her own money without having to rely on a bank to manage it. In August and October 2017, he published two legal analyses on the unconstitutionality of the Spanish State Government's intervention of the Autonomy of Catalonia, in particular of the agreements relating to the application of Article 155 of the Spanish Constitution
They've Actually Gotten Worse Live! is a live album by punk rock band NOFX. The album is their second live recording, following their 1995 album I Heard They Suck Live!! On September 26, 2007, the band posted a bulletin from their MySpace profile with the following regarding the album: "Ever done something you regret while drunk? I know, I know… so embarrassing right? Woken up and rubbed your pounding skull and said, “What did I do last night?” Oh man…you should have seen yourself… first… you got blitzed and then… then… this is the best part… YOU RECORDED A LIVE RECORD! That’s right, back in January, NOFX booked 3 nights of talking mixed with the occasional song at Slim’s in San Francisco and recorded a live record. It’s their sloppiest, funniest, best sounding recording with new versions of old songs, rare songs and they made sure not to play any songs off their 1995 live album I Heard They Suck Live!!. They’ve Actually Gotten Worse Live is scheduled to make the walk of shame into record stores sometime in November."
On October 3, 2007 the band released the track listing for the album, which includes rarities and alternate versions of released songs. On November 12, the band released previews of two songs, "You're Wrong" and "Lori Meyers," for download on their MySpace profile. In "Franco Un-American", Fat Mike replaces "Public Enemy and Reagan Youth" with "The Dead Kennedys and Wasted Youth." In "Franco Un-American", Fat Mike adds an extra verse over the bridge, directly criticizing George W. Bush; the verse is similar to the verse he sang when the band played the song on Late Night with Conan O'Brien. The verse added in this song is as follows, "We all know George Bush is an imbecile, he loves Dick, but he hates homosexuals. I'm sick and tired, of the embarrassment, the whole world wants us to kill our fucking." In "What's The Matter With Parents Today?", Fat Mike changes the line "having sex publicly" to "having sex anally." The line "I thought the apple fell far from the tree" is changed to "The asshole fell far from the tree," and "On the couch, with my Misfits records out" is changed to "On the lawn, with My Chemical Romance on."
The lyrics to "New Happy Birthday Song?" were completely different, due to Fat Mike dedicating the song, along with its newly disparaging remarks, to a woman in the audience who loudly wished herself a happy birthday. The intro to "Murder the Government" was modified to make disparaging references to Dick Cheney, Jenna and George W. Bush; the last few lines of "The Longest Line" are changed to "Do you have the time/To listen to me whine?", a line from Green Day's "Basket Case." In "Whoops I OD'd," the line "Assholes like to test the limit" is changed to "Golfers like to test the limit" in reference to an incident where a friend of the band's OD'd on a golf course on the morning of the show. "The Longest Line" verse "This world is much too dangerous for someone lacking luck like me" changed to "This world is much too dangerous for someone who's as drunk as me" The album received good reviews that praised the band's humorous performance. However, the album was universally criticized for fading out "The Decline" instead of playing the whole song.
This is the track listing as printed on the disc, but on the cover "Instant Crassic" and "See Her Pee" are on changed positions. All tracks are written by NOFX. NOFX Fat Mike - bass, vocals El Hefe - guitar, trumpet, trombone Eric Melvin - guitar, vocals Erik Sandin - drums, percussionAdditional musicians Matt Hensley - accordion on "I, Melvin" Sarah Sandin - additional vocals on "Lori Meyers" Limo - keyboards They've Actually Gotten Worse Live! at YouTube