September 11, at 9: What they really want is a hot guy. But they doggedly stick to their search for a hot, sexy guy with a hot car. I bet a statistical search would show that prisoners and ex-cons are far less likely to be single than millionaires or silicon valley nerds with high paying jobs. Women will fall for a guy they think is hot and sexy even if he lives in a trailer park and wears a wife-beater shirt wherever he goes. But a skinny computer programmer or nerdy banker? A balding guy who can treat them to world trips every summer? A guy with a belly who owns a large house? A funny guy with a big nose but who owns a boat and a nice cottage?
Share Comment Netflix churns out so much content nowadays that it can be hard to keep up with it all. Ranked Worst To Best. The show finds Rob Schneider millions of miles away from his comedic heyday. The premise of Schneider playing himself, and encouraging viewers to sympathise with his high-flying celeb problems, really backfires. Heck, even Deuce Bigalow: European Gigolo was better than this steaming pile of lacklustre rubbish.
Amanda Hess is the author of a prodigious number of feminist rants. Highlights include chastising Stephen Colbert for hiring writers based on his assessment of their talent, rather than affirmative action, and defending a woman who knowingly and repeatedly put the care of her son in the hands of the mentally unstable, murderously violent boyfriend who eventually killed the boy.
Share on Facebook For a convicted felon, re-entry into mainstream society can be a difficult proposition. Employers are often reluctant to hire an ex-convict, no matter the circumstances of the prior conviction and regardless of the applicant’s skills and experience. Fortunately, there are opportunities for retraining and employment supported by grant money. Second Chance Act A series of federal initiatives has appropriated public grant funds to support successful re-entry by ex-felons.
In , programs received grants through the Second Chance Act initiative. In , the Department of Justice issued several solicitations for grant applications for Second Chance Act funds. Re-Entry Programs The Juvenile Offender Reentry Program funds programs operated by state, local and Indian governments designed to reduce recidivism of juveniles released from incarceration.
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Five Misconceptions That Keep Men From Letting Go and Moving On A breakup with a woman who engages in behaviors associated with BPD or borderline personality disorder during a romantic relationship may be one of the more painful experiences a man can go through. Many men report spending months and even years recovering from the fallout from this type of relationship.
For men whose romantic partners do not engage in the behavior pattern associated with BPD until after marriage, the going can be even tougher.
Two women, one man dead and another two in hospital after car collision in Hamilton. The crash occurred at the intersection of Mangaharakeke Drive and Avalon Drive shortly after midnight.
Ex-cons have rights when seeking work Updated: Debating the ban of ‘Ban the Box,’ ” Philly. While Philadelphia and a few other municipalities in Pennsylvania have led the way with such ordinances, which prohibit employers from asking job applicants about their criminal records until after a conditional offer has been made, a long-standing but little-known state law protects the rights of job applicants with criminal records.
The Pennsylvania Criminal History Record Information Act prohibits an employer from considering an applicant’s felony or misdemeanor convictions that are unrelated to the duties of the job, and it forbids consideration of non-convictions or minor offenses, such as traffic tickets. The law also requires an employer to provide written notice when the decision not to hire is motivated by the applicant’s criminal record.
The law allows applicants to sue for monetary damages and lawyers’ fees. Awareness of the state law would improve access to economic self-sufficiency for people with criminal records statewide.
Crime Newly released convicts are to be assigned robot “mentors” in a pilot programme being trialled in Tokyo designed to ensure they do not slip back into their old criminal ways. Ex-cons are buddying-up with Pepper robots, a humanoid android developed by telecommunications firm SoftBank that is able to interact with humans by determining their feelings from the tone of their voice and their facial expressions.
The four-foot-tall devices, the first batch of which sold out within a minute of going on sale in June last year , are marketed as a “social companion for humans”, while there are now hopes they may help parolees turn their back on a life of crime, national broadcaster NHK reported. Japan is experiencing a surge in the number of repeat offenders, particularly among older people, and the Ministry of Justice is working with a rehabilitation facility in Tokyo on the project, which may be rolled out elsewhere if it proves successful.
More than 47 per cent of the people arrested in had previously been convicted of a crime, the highest figure since Many of those arrested committed petty offences, such as shoplifting, as a way to return to prison, because they are estranged from their families and feel isolated.
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But the tough-love bluntness of its founder, Scott Silverman, takes some aback. His goal is to coax, bully, tease, demand and manipulate ex-convicts into getting ready to find a job. One of the first chores is to get them to drop the habits they picked up behind bars: Scott Silverman is relentless. He stops short another who begins a rambling explication of his crimes.
Another tries to explain why he was late to class, something about being followed by a cop. Silverman rolls his eyes with a mocking look. At the beginning of the three-week Second Chance program for ex-cons, students are taken aback by Silverman’s bluntness. Silverman, the program’s founder and executive director, does not care. He boots out other students, telling them they are not ready to drop their loser ways.
At first the students — most of them ex-drug addicts who used burglary, robbery or petty theft to support their habits — rise to Silverman’s taunts. By the end, those who stick it out realize the method behind the apparent madness. One night while forcing out deadbeats in a rough area of the city, he met a police captain with a social conscience. The captain later became chief and is now the mayor, Jerry Sanders.
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Attorney General Richard Blumenthal and Department of Consumer Protection Commissioner James T. Fleming today announced a lawsuit against two charities, as well as the groups’ officers and directors, that claim to raise money to support state Vietnam veterans.
He survives, and man is he pissed! Incredibly bloody violence, and brutal acts that will leave you gasping! Check out this sadistic shocker! In Spanish but easy to follow. Black Magic from the Darkness 01 Renato Polselli homage! Incident in Lake County 98 Yet another alien scare flick that takes it’s style of story telling from “Blair Witch”.
A camcorder captures a physical and metaphysical attack from space and hell. Put together to make you believe the family under attack by alien forces is actually experiencing this! Fool a gullible family member or friend and watch them wet their pants. The lights go out as a family celebrates a birthday. The two sons go to check on the fuse box and find a UFO crashed in the woods, complete with buggy eyed attacking aliens.
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A Washington official courts a society matron who is trying to ignore the effects of World War II.
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He says having a mentor helped a lot — someone to whom he felt a true sense of responsibility — and he didn’t want to screw it up by doing something bad and winding up back in prison. I asked a handful of other former inmates to share their advice for those who are about to or are in the midst of transitioning back into society. Here are their answers: What advice would you give to inmates who are about to re-enter society?
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‘My son has started to use some worrying words’ Q. I’ve been separated for two years now and my little boy lives mostly with his mam. He’s six now and he’s started saying some worrying things.
Animation not displaying properly? How will the Prussian genius counter this aggressive maneuver? However, it is likely only due to the victory at Rossbach that Frederick survived the first few years of the war. On the ground, Rossbach, allowed Frederick to march east to win the Battle of Leuthen, which combined to decisively halt two of the four allied axes of advance before winter halted the campaigning season. Nowhere is the change in perception more evident than Britain.
The significance of a battle is almost always well beyond the simple loss of personnel and materiel. Analysis How did this battle go so poorly for Saxe-Hilburghausen and Soubise when Frederick used virtually the exact same flanking maneuver to win the Battle of Leuthen a month later? The most obvious, and indeed very accurate, answer is the differences in reconnaissance. At Leuthen, Charles of Lorraine, commanding the opposing Austrian army, expected a Prussian attack following the initial demonstration in the north by Prussian cavalry, and did not send out sufficient if any reconnaissance parties to verify this or detect the Prussian flanking march in the south.
At Rossbach, Frederick did not believe the initial demonstration by Franco-Austrian troops near Schortau indicated an imminent attack, but he had sensors deployed to detect if there was. In this case, the Prussian sensor that alerted Frederick to the Franco-Austrian outflanking march was a young staff officer sitting in an attic with bricks removed from the wall with a clear view of the situation Millar, After detecting the Franco-Austrian maneuver, Frederick was able to react quickly without the Prussian redeployment being detected.
Frederick thus operated well within the decision cycle of Saxe-Hilburghausen and Soubise and decisively defeated an army undertaking one his favourite maneuvers that would help him win at Leuthen a month later.
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Jon Socrates Jon finds purpose in the cultivation of wisdom, strength, and manly virtue. Amanda Hess is the author of a prodigious number of feminist rants. Highlights include chastising Stephen Colbert for hiring writers based on his assessment of their talent, rather than affirmative action, and defending a woman who knowingly and repeatedly put the care of her son in the hands of the mentally unstable, murderously violent boyfriend who eventually killed the boy.
In her recent Slate. Instead, feminists believe that workplace environments need to change to accommodate them. Another victim of patriarchy Feminists Believe Male Strength Is Bad Hess presents another critique of men working to help women when she writes: Hess and Macomber illustrate two things here.