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Latrice Watkins, a parent volunteer and school council chair at Piccolo, said their school plan includes keeping the new principal for a minimum of two years, increasing parent engagement, and funding more cultural programs and better security. They want to bring in a consulting organization, Strategic Learning Initiatives, to do a genuine turnaround.
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However, it's walking a fine line between prodding users to pay more and not turning off too many casual viewers. Netflix also says users will not be automatically charged if the system detects too many location streams, nor will accounts be canceled. That's led some observers to question how effective the password crackdown will truly be.
\"In 1972, a crack commando unit was sent to prison by a military court for a crime they didn't commit. These men promptly escaped from a maximum security stockade to the Los Angeles underground. Today, still wanted by the government, they survive as soldiers of fortune. If you have a problem, if no one else can help, and if you can find them, maybe you can hire... the A-Team.\" (Narration originally stated \"10 years ago\" instead of \"In 1972\".)
In early episodes the team used Colt AR-15 SP1 semi-automatic rifles (with automatic sound effects, simulating the M16), while in later seasons they used the Ruger Mini-14, and on rare occasions, the selective fire AC-556K variant of the Mini-14. Hannibal is also seen using an M60 machine gun (which Hannibal called \"Baby\") in some episodes as well as a Micro-Uzi. MAC-11s with parts added to simulate the Uzi appear in at least two early episodes. Hannibal's sidearms are either a nickel-plated Smith & Wesson Model 59, or a stainless steel Smith & Wesson Model 639. Unusually in the episode \"Black Day at Bad Rock\" he is seen carrying a Browning Hi-Power. Face's usual sidearm is a Colt Lawman Mk III, though he does use Smith & Wesson revolvers in latter seasons. Many antagonists and members of the team are seen using 1911s as well. Starting from Season 4, the then-exotic Steyr AUG bullpup rifle also became prominent in the series. \"So many different firearms were used in the 1980s hit 'The A-Team' that it's impossible to list them all. For five seasons, the wrongly accused foursome used rifles, handguns, submachine guns and shotguns to bring justice for the little guy while trying to stay out of jail. Regardless of the number of explosions or rounds fired, nobody ever got seriously hurt except for the occasional flesh wound of a team member.\" As a result, the American Rifleman declared The A-Team the Number One Show on Television to regularly feature firearms.
The base of the new Bay Bridge eastern span's signature tower is secured by more than 400 high-strength steel rods that were galvanized under conditions Caltrans barred as putting them at risk of cracking, The Chronicle has learned.
Not visible are the 424 threaded rods - 24 feet long and 3 and 4 inches in diameter - that are among those Caltrans has belatedly realized are vulnerable to being invaded by hydrogen that could cause them to become brittle and crack.
In an earthquake, the rods would perform a vital task - countering the swaying forces on the tower. Caltrans officials say the rods are not being subjected to a high stress load, which they say reduces the risk they could crack.
\"The problem is going to be that, over a long time, you start to see some cracks,\" said Russell Kane, an expert on metal embrittlement and corrosion who owns a consulting firm in Texas. In an earthquake, he said, \"you are going to have some of those pre-existing cracks that are going to grow like crazy.\"
One approach would be to sample their characteristics and try to assess which among them might be the most vulnerable to cracking. \"You ought to be able to point to the ones that will be most at risk, and those are the ones you would have to find a way to reinforce,\" corrosion expert Kane said.
Although Taylor – in some ways the westernmost outpost of East Texas – is still an active railroad town, wild times on the Line calmed after the war. But the Line still serves a symbolic purpose: segregating Taylor's population. Many of the town's black residents live in the neighborhoods along and to the south of the Line; its white residents primarily live to the north. (See map, \"Color by Numbers.\")By the time Anderson became DA, the poorer neighborhoods around the Line had a reputation for providing a haven for drug dealers. Created by concerned citizens and law enforcers, the Turn Around Taylor project was designed to scrub the area clean by busting the drug dealers and condemning the undesirable businesses and abandoned buildings along the Line. \"We went from 40 major felonies in a two-block area to zero in a period of 18 months,\" during the TAT push, Anderson told Texas Lawyer magazine in 1995. \"We shut four bars down and put 24 drug dealers behind bars.\"Unfortunately, not everyone considered the operation a squeaky-clean success; critics charged that the campaign was prompted more by political ambition and racism than by any altruistic sense of civic duty. \"It's a political thing. ... It's also racial. Anderson made a big deal out of bulldozing – literally – crack houses [along the Line]. He was always proud to say, 'You do drugs, you do time,'\" recalled Austin attorney Keith Hampton. \"Their solution is that once you arrest the black people you ... bulldoze the crack houses ... [and] use nuisance laws to get rid of properties.\" That policy, two South Taylor residents told the Chronicle, also effectively eliminated many of the black-owned businesses that were once popular community hangouts. The liberal application of nuisance laws, combined with overzealous policing, led to the closure of a popular barbecue joint and a small bar called the Walnut Groove, which hosted a weekly teen night. TAT and city officials have \"prevented [neighborhood residents] from having businesses that other people didn't want,\" one resident said recently, while standing on the corner of Gano Street in the heart of Taylor's south side, just blocks from the Williamson Co. cotton gin. \"Nobody has anywhere to go now.\" Got something to say The Chronicle welcomes opinion pieces on any topic from the community. Submit yours now at austinchronicle.com/opinion.
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And you know that you're on the edge of storm conditions -- everybody's pretty tired; nobody wants to stand outside; it's cold. You're dehydrated, and all you really want to do is just lie down for a while. And it is a fairly discouraging place, and it's discouraging in part because you think, \"We may have struggled all the way up here, and if this keeps up at all, then the whole crowd is just going to get to head back down, and party's over.\"
I just wasn't in a position to continue the climb. And frankly, it was OK. I'd done more than I thought I was going to do. I was not unhappy with what had occurred. And going to the summit of Everest, while it sounds better sitting in Dallas, you know, a lot of guys have been there, and nobody knows who they are. And nobody [who] even knew who I was cared one way or the other whether I'd went to the summit or I didn't go to the summit. The only person who would care would be me, and obviously, that wasn't going to happen. But I really did not mind staying there. It sounds like a big imposition to stay on the balcony all day, but it is one of the most gorgeous places on earth.
I didn't think of it as a huge deal at the time as long as the ropes got fixed. If people started getting stacked up behind this rope fixing, that would become a real problem. But I did everything I could to get up as high on the mountain to where these ropes needed to be fixed and get them in place so nobody would have to wait.
And I basically made my decision up to say this is -- the turnaround time was 1:00, and some people had said 2:00, but even at the best, because it was now midday, I would not be on the summit until 3:00, perhaps later. The risks were escalating for me. I'm prepared to take some risks, but they were getting beyond what was acceptable to me.
My thoughts at that point in time were: \"OK, I know the right thing to do here is turn around. It's past the turnaround time, past my ability to get back in daylight, so it should be obvious what to do.\" The problem that I faced was, that isn't what I wanted to do.
But there was another voice, and another voice was saying: \"Wait a minute, think for yourself. It's getting too late. You committed to the turnaround time; you're committed to Sandy to come back home.\" All those struggles were on my mind back and forth.
When the day went on, and the light started to go out of the sky, and you're beginning to see that time of day when the mountain is transitioning from day toward night, and nobody's shown up, this is way too long. And not only that, because the sun is beginning to move away from you, that warmth that I'd enjoyed all during the day now was starting to go away. And I'm not moving. And it doesn't take a lot of getting colder, when you're not actually moving around, to start having an effect on you. 59ce067264