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Gimnástica de Torrelavega

Real Sociedad Gimnástica de Torrelavega is a Spanish football team based in Torrelavega, in the autonomous community of Cantabria. Founded on 28 September 1907 it is the oldest football club in the region, plays in Tercera División – Group 8, holding home matches at Campos del Malecón, with a capacity of 6,007 seats. RS Gimnástica de Torrelavega – Club Deportivo Torrelavega – RS Gimnástica de Torrelavega – Gimnasticá de Torrelavega was founded in 1907; this makes the club one of the oldest football teams in Spain, as well as the oldest professional team from Cantabria. The team played friendly matches before 1925, as there were not any organized football leagues in Spain prior to that; the team first played in the regional league of Cantabria for three seasons, before being accepted into Tercera Division in 1929. Gimnastica played there before switching back to the regional league of Cantabria, their first touch of professional football came in 1939, when the team managed to promote to Segunda Division for the first time, after winning Tercera Division the season prior.

They remained there only one season, were relegated. Gimnastica did not return to the second tier until 1949, when they managed to finish in fifth place in the 1949-50 season, they remained there for five seasons. Following their relegation, Gimnastica spent 12 seasons in Tercera, before promoting back to Segunda in 1966, their third spell in the second division lasted two years. Following that, the team bounced between Tercera and the regional leagues. Gimnastica de Torrelavega plays in Tercera Division, following their immediate relegation from Segunda B at the end of the 2018-19 season. 9 seasons in Segunda División 21 seasons in Segunda División B 51 seasons in Tercera División As of 10 November 2019Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality. Tercera División: 1933–34, 1961–62, 1964–65, 1965–66, 1989–90, 1995–96, 2005–06, 2007–08, 2008–09, 2013–14, 2016–17, 2017–18 Official website Futbolme team profile

Mid-America Air Museum

The Mid-America Air Museum is an aerospace and aircraft museum located in Liberal, Kansas, at the Liberal Mid-America Regional Airport. The Mid-American Air Museum is the largest aircraft museum in Kansas, the fifth-largest in the United States; the museum has on display over 100 aircraft, a gift store, several displays of photographs and ephemera relating to the history of aviation in the region. The Museum is on Liberal Mid-America Regional Airport known as Liberal Army Air Field that served as a B-24 Liberator training base during the Second World War; the Museum is located within a hangar that belonged to Beech Aircraft The museum started with the donation, by the late Colonel Tom Thomas, Jr. of his personal collection: over 50 aircraft to the City of Liberal. The Mid-America Air Museum's collection includes: Liberal Army Air Field Liberal Mid-America Regional Airport Cosmosphere in Hutchinson Combat Air Museum in Topeka Kansas Aviation Museum in Wichita Kansas World War II army airfields List of aerospace museums List of museums in Kansas Kansas Travel-Mid-America Air Museum - Photos and candid review A collection of museum photos

Phil Chesters

Phil Chesters is an English rugby union player, playing for Chinnor in National League 1 having signed for the club for the 2017-18 season. Prior to that he had made his name at Ealing Trailfinders where he had been part of the medical staff, his best position is winger and over his career he has proved to be a tremendous try scorer who has set multiple records in lower division English rugby with Ealing, notably all-time records of 42 tries in a season in tier 3 and an amazing 70 tries in a season in tier 4 – a record, unlikely to be beaten. As of the end of the 2017-18 he has become the National League 2 South all-time try scorer with 117 tries. Despite all the records he has set Phil has been unheralded by the English mainstream press and he has not played at the highest level of English rugby in the Premiership; as well as appearing for Ealing, Phil has represented his county side Devon as well as Barbarians and England Counties XV. Although he grew up in Devon, Phil started his senior rugby union league career at the south-east London based club, Westcombe Park, during the 2008-09 season.

Deployed as a full-back in what was a competitive division, he found his chances limited at a club that would be relegated at the end of the season. After just one year at Wescombe Park, Phil would be signed by another local club, Ealing Trailfinders, who were playing in National League 2 South – the same division Park had just been demoted to. At Ealing Phil was switched from full-back to the wing where he was better able to make use of his speed and timing at a strong, attack focused team. Becoming a first team regular he had an outstanding debut season, scoring 29 tries to become the divisions top try scorer and helping his side to 3rd place in the 2009–10 National League 2 South, narrowly missing out on the playoff spot despite being tied on points with runners up, Rosslyn Park. If his debut season was good, his second season at Trailfinders was record breaking. Having come close to promotion last time around, Ealing would be strong favorites for the title along with league newcomers Jersey.

The national league record for tries in a season had been set by Chris Ashton who had scored 39 tries while helping Northampton Saints make an instant return to the Premiership by winning the 2007–08 National Division One league title, himself beating the record of 38 tries set by Richard Newton of Penzance & Newlyn back in 2000. This record was blown out of the water by Phil who broke it by February when he scored his 40th try against Richmond ending the season with an unbelievable 70 tries; as well as breaking the most tries scored in a season, Phil equaled the divisional record of most tries per game set by James O'Brien back in 2004 – by scoring 7 tries in a game – twice. Unsurprisingly considering the number of tries scored by Phil and the team as a whole, Ealing finished as champions of the 2010–11 National League 2 South, run close by runners up Jersey, with both teams streets ahead of everyone else, his third season at Ealing was another good one for the club. Although some doubted that in a stronger league he would be able to dominate defences as he did in National League 2 South, he continued his rich vein of form by finishing as the league's top try scorer and breaking the National League 1 try record with 40 tries – the third year in a row he had finished as his division's top try scorer.

Ealing battled for the 2011–12 National League 1 title with Jersey, as the two promoted sides dominated the league, but in the end had to settle for second place as the Islanders had a tremendous season. His form for Ealing would lead to Phil being called up by Devon for the Bill Beaumont Cup in May, bagging 2 tries in a 20 – 33 group stage defeat against Somerset in his only appearance at the competition. Phil would be honoured with a cap for the Barbarians that month, scoring a try in a 40 – 17 win for the Ba-Bas against Loughborough Students; the final highlight of another great season was a call up by England Counties XV for their tour of East Africa. Phil scored 4 tries in 3 games played for the Counties which include a brace in the pre-tour game against an Irish XV in Preston, Lancashire as they won all their games; the 2012-13 season was going well for his club. Ealing were top of National League 1 and Phil was having another prolific try scoring season with 29 tries to his name before March had drawn to close when disaster struck.

Having helped Ealing to a 62 – 7 victory away to Sedgley Park in which he scored six tries, Phil had returned to London and had a night out with friends, during which he was hit by a car and suffered severe injuries including a fractured skull, broken jaw and injured shoulder. He was rushed to intensive care for surgery and spent a week in hospital until he was released to spend the rest of the season at his parents home to recover from his injuries. Despite missing their key try scorer, Ealing managed to win the league title and promotion to the RFU Championship for the first time in the club's history. Phil finished as the top try scorer in the division as his 29 tries were enough to claim this accolade – now the fourth year in a row in which he had been the top try scorer in his division. During his rehabilitation Phil had been unsure if he would play rugby union again due to his injuries but after several months he was given the all-clear and returned to the Ealing Trailfinders squad for contact training in August 2013 in preparation for the 2013–14 RFU Championship season.

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Criticism of socialism

Criticism of Socialism is any critique of socialist models of economic organization and their feasibility as well as the political and social implications of adopting such a system. Some critiques are not directed toward socialism as a system, but rather toward the socialist movement, parties or existing states; some critics consider socialism to be a purely theoretical concept that should be criticized on theoretical grounds while others hold that certain historical examples exist and that they can be criticized on practical grounds. Because there are many models of socialism, most critiques are focused on a specific type of socialism and the experience of Soviet-type economies that may not apply to all forms of socialism as different models of socialism conflict with each other over questions of property ownership, economic coordination and how socialism is to be achieved. Critics of specific models of socialism might be advocates of a different type of socialism. According to the Austrian School economist Ludwig von Mises, an economic system that does not utilize money, financial calculation and market pricing will be unable to value capital goods and coordinate production and therefore socialism is impossible because it lacks the necessary information to perform economic calculation in the first place.

Another central argument leveled against socialist systems based on economic planning is based on the use of dispersed knowledge. Socialism is unfeasible in this view because information cannot be aggregated by a central body and used to formulate a plan for an entire economy, because doing so would result in distorted or absent price signals. Other economists criticize models of socialism based on neoclassical economics for their reliance on the faulty and unrealistic assumptions of economic equilibrium and pareto efficiency; some philosophers have criticized the aims of socialism, arguing that equality erodes away at individual diversities and that the establishment of an equal society would have to entail strong coercion. Critics of the socialist political movement criticize the internal conflicts of the socialist movement as creating a sort of "responsibility void". Economic liberals and right-libertarians view private ownership of the means of production and the market exchange as natural entities or moral rights which are central to their conceptions of freedom and liberty and view the economic dynamics of capitalism as immutable and absolute.

As a result, they perceive public ownership of the means of production and economic planning as infringements upon liberty. The economic calculation problem is a criticism of central economic planning, which exists in certain forms of socialism, it was first proposed in 1854 by the Prussian economist Hermann Heinrich Gossen. It was subsequently expounded in 1902 by the Dutch economist Nicolaas Pierson, in 1920 by Ludwig von Mises and by Friedrich Hayek; the problem referred to is that of. The free market relies on the price mechanism, wherein people individually have the ability to decide how resources should be distributed based on their willingness to give money for specific goods or services; the price conveys embedded information about the abundance of resources as well as their desirability which in turn allows—on the basis of individual consensual decisions—corrections that prevent shortages and surpluses. Mises and Hayek argued that this is the only possible solution and without the information provided by market prices socialism lacks a method to rationally allocate resources.

Those who agree with this criticism argue it is a refutation of socialism and that it shows that a socialist planned economy could never work. The debate raged in the 1920s and 1930s and that specific period of the debate has come to be known by economic historians as "the Socialist Calculation Debate". Mises argued in a famous 1920 article "Economic Calculation in the Socialist Commonwealth" that the pricing systems in socialist economies were deficient because if government owned the means of production no prices could be obtained for capital goods as they were internal transfers of goods in a socialist system and not "objects of exchange", unlike final goods, therefore they were unpriced and hence the system would be inefficient since the central planners would not know how to allocate the available resources efficiently; this led him to declare "that rational economic activity is impossible in a socialist commonwealth". Mises developed his critique of socialism more in his 1922 book Socialism, An Economic and Sociological Analysis.

Mises argued that a socialist system based upon a planned economy would not be able to allocate resources due to the lack of price signals. Because the means of production would be controlled by a single entity, approximating prices for capital goods in a planned economy would be impossible, his argument was that socialism must fail economically because of the economic calculation problem—the impossibility of a socialist government being able to make the economic calculations required to organize a complex economy. Mises projected that without a market economy there would be no functional price system which he held essential for achieving rational and efficient allocation of capital goods to their most productive uses. According to Mises, socialism would fail; these arguments were elaborated by subsequent Austrian economists such as Hayek and students such as Hans Sennholz. In 1977, Hayek argued that "prices are an instrument of communication and guidance which embody more information than we directly have" and "the whole idea that you can bring

Planeta No

Planeta No is a Chilean trio of indie pop musicians formed in Concepción and settled in Santiago, composed of Gonzalo García, Camilo Molina and Juan Pablo Garín. Planeta No was formed in 2011 with a proposal of pop danceable with nuances of live punk, it debuted in 2013 with its single "Ya no veo mis zapatos", recorded at Estudios Janeiros with Milton Mahan's production of Dënver. In 2014, they released their first EP, edited by Beast Discos, which has won excellent reception thanks to their single "Señorita". In 2015, they released their first album, through Sello Azul, where the singles "Sol a Sol" and "El Campo", what makes them known thanks to their flashy music videos; the album counted on a tour by Chile and Peru for its promotion, they appeared in the 2016 edition of Lollapalooza, in addition to have appeared before in important festivales of the country, like Rockodromo 2016, in Valparaíso, the Rock en Conce 2016, in the capital of the Eighth Region. During 2016 they have promoted their album in Spain, Peru and Costa Rica, emphasizing their participation in the festival Primavera Sound 2016.

Gonzalo García - voice, guitar Camilo Molina - bass Juan Pablo Garín - drums Odio Matucana "Ya no veo mis zapatos" "Señorita" "Sol a Sol" "El Campo"