Just Another Detour
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Cottonwood Pass is not built for a parade. Its 26 miles wind along blind curves in some places, with bottlenecks so narrow that vehicles must take turns passing each other. Officials discourage motorists from using it as a detour and have even enlisted the National Guard to direct traffic.
Her parents put up little resistance, taking what the city offered for the property and moving south of the river. \"When the city comes in and tells you you've got to go, you don't have much choice,\" said Castro. \"You just take it in stride.\"
The natural-gas- and oil-fired facility has a fairly lengthy rap sheet. The official incident reports date back to 1974, when 10,000 to 20,000 gallons of fuel oil spilled. There was another spill in 1985, this one from a fuel line rupture. In 1988, polychlorinated biphenyl waste leaked from storage drums, and two years later, some elements containing PCBs were measured in Town Lake (now Lady Bird Lake), leading to a temporary shutdown of the plant. Fuel spills occurred twice in 1991, twice again in 1992, and three times in 1993, with the last incident igniting a fire.
\"All of us Mexicans here are getting old,\" said Jesse Ramirez, standing outside his white wood-frame house earlier this month, on an unusually warm January afternoon. His elderly parents live just down the street, and, like everyone else with roots in the neighborhood, they are trying to fend off the high cost of gentrification. The thing about the new people moving in, he says, is that they want you to fix up your house. \"Sometimes we don't have money for that,\" Ramirez said, resting one hand on a fence, the other hand on the cane he uses to steady himself. Casting his gaze two blocks north to the power plant, Ramirez recalls the years when the odor of gas wafted through the neighborhood and smoke from the fires hung like dark clouds over the tiny houses. \"Then, after white people started moving in,\" he says, \"that's when [the city] started talking about closing the plant.\"
One neighborhood woman, who did not want to be identified, has accepted the fact that new faces are coming into the neighborhood. But some of the newcomers would do well to adjust to the existing culture rather than try to dramatically change the flavor of the neighborhood. \"They want you to change your whole lifestyle,\" she says.
The Holly Neighborhood Plan was adopted by City Council in 2001, but its implementation has been stymied by disagreement over the selection of a \"contact team,\" which, according to city bylaws, serves as the go-to committee on neighborhood matters that involve new development and other aspects of the neighborhood plan. Observers say the issue centers on the politics of old guard vs. new guard, with the original crafters of the neighborhood plan, including Fernandez, fearful of not just a loss of control, but a loss of history. Residents whose families go back generations in the neighborhood understand the emotions at stake. \"The contact teams have total control\" of future planning, says Castro. \"Everyone's just leery at this point.\"
Overall, we believe that the dominant near-term impact on economic and social adjustments would be a shift in capital allocation and financing structures toward increased fossil-fuel production in response to rising prices.
Considering these new forces and differing effects, we believe that the war would overall have a negative impact on the key requirements in the short term and cause a detour on the path of a more orderly transition. The long-term impact, however, could still prove a positive turning point if leaders act with farsightedness and courage and if they are supported by a growing popular mandate in doing so.
Finally, the current situation further underscores the importance and urgency of adaptation. Even a short-term detour is still a detour and a further accumulation of physical risk. Actions and investments in adaptation were already inadequate before the war and are even more so at this juncture.
Even an interview pegged to her current country project takes several detours, if you will, including stories about her times in Texas. Lauper has always said the state reminds her of \"Ladybird Johnson and wildflowers.\"
2. Her classic looks: I have a lot of boxes. I just put stuff in boxes and I don't deal with it. I find pictures of myself. There are pictures of me in some get-ups that I'm like, \"That is scary.\"
4. The \"Detour\" album cover art: My husband said, \"Why don't you just ride in a sidecar\" I thought to myself, \"That's a little sexist. Why do I have to be in the sidecar I'll be driving.\" I started to think about how I work and that my whole life I sat behind somebody, usually a man, and told them where to go and what to do. I realized that makes perfect sense, that I would be in the sidecar telling somebody what to do. Somebody said to me, \"Don't you remember 'She Bop' You were in the sidecar.\"
\"I chose songs that told a story. Some songs just had humor. And then there were these other songs that were cowboy swing. It was all stuff I knew, and I tried to pick stories that really related to today,\" Lauper says.
And for at least this hour, I found myself enjoying the company of Linden and Holder, getting to know them better both as individuals and as a partnership. The scene of them at the fast food place, with Holder trying to explain his convoluted moral philosophy, then transitioning into a more sincere discussion of his meth addiction, was a really strong moment for these two characters, who too often have felt like just another pair of chess pieces in this not very exciting game.
InLos Angeles, Vera reads that Haskell's rich father is dying, and dreams up acon for Al to impersonate the long-lost son and inherit the estate. Waiting forthe old man to die, they sit in a rented room, drinking, playing cards andfighting, until Al finds himself with another corpse on his hands, once againin a situation that makes him look guilty of murder.
After relaxing in the beautiful Conservatory Garden, which also happens to be one of the cheapest places to get married in New York City (see 1-hour Detour for more details), take the E 102nd entrance and walk west, passing the baseball fields, till you reach the lesser-known Springbanks Arch, a portal to another world. Sounds of gushing spring water usher you into the wilderness that is the Ravine, where the only skyscrapers you can see are tall oak, elms and maple trees.
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Similarly, God will take us on a detour because He is constructing something in our lives as well. Granted, detours are anything but convenient. They take you out of the way. They take longer than you originally had planned to travel. But they are necessary.
Development takes time, tests, failure and overcoming. God knows each one of us individually. He knows what we each need in order to develop and strengthen our spiritual muscles and sharpen our spiritual insight and wisdom. More often than not, this requires detours in life to allow us the opportunity to learn, grow and develop.
Your employer asks you to pick up some supplies at a nearby store. On the way, you make a slight detour to the post office to grab your personal mail. Unfortunately, you accidentally ran into somebody while turning the corner in the post office. Moreover, that person sustained injuries due to the incident.
Frolic and detour case law aims to answer this question as well as questions of employee-employer liability. Read on as we define frolic and detour, how vicarious liability plays a role, and what determines frolic and detour.
Incidents of frolic and detour occur when an employee deviates from the task or requests of an employer. Due to this deviation, the employee causes damages or injuries to another individual in the process.
The scope of employment is a key factor in determining whether an employee or the employer should be liable for an incident resulting in injuries. If an employee was operating outside their scope of employment, a case of frolic and detour could be made against them.
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\"When Dr. Schirger said the words 'heart transplant,' I can only imagine the look on my face. I was shocked,\" she says. \"I was 52 years old. I didn't know of anyone who had an organ transplant of any kind. No one in my family ever had heart issues. I just kept thinking, 'How is this possible'\"
After being approved for a heart transplant and added to the waiting list, Yasmin learned that her wait in Minnesota would likely be six to 12 months. With her heart getting worse by the day, her care team feared that she didn't have that long. So they offered another option. Yasmin could be transferred to Mayo Clinic's Arizona campus, where her wait for a transplant would likely be shorter. Yasmin quickly agreed. Arrangements were promptly made, and within five days, she was in Arizona.
\"I wasn't worried about going to Arizona because it's still Mayo Clinic. Different location, different people, but Mayo is Mayo,\" she says. \"Everyone in Arizona is just as fabulous as the people in Rochester.\"
\"I've been a prosecutor for 28 years. No matter what, I always want victims to know they are not just another case to me. So I don't know why it so shocked me that was the experience I got at Mayo Clinic every step of the way. They cared about me as a person, an individual,\" she says. \"I cannot tell you of even one time in my Mayo Clinic experience that I said, 'Oh, I don't like the way I was treated.' By anyone. It's just something about the way they are. What they do there is so awesome.\" 153554b96e