latest news – I Videos Gratis http://ivideosgratis.org/ Sat, 05 Mar 2022 13:54:00 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://ivideosgratis.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/09/icon-3-150x150.png latest news – I Videos Gratis http://ivideosgratis.org/ 32 32 Three men with Preston links named among Lancashire’s most wanted https://ivideosgratis.org/three-men-with-preston-links-named-among-lancashires-most-wanted/ Sat, 05 Mar 2022 13:54:00 +0000 https://ivideosgratis.org/three-men-with-preston-links-named-among-lancashires-most-wanted/ From lr: Steven Bosanko, Paul Hope and Gareth Richards Lancashire Police have launched a new appeal to track down a number of most wanted criminals. Advertising The men are among Lancashire’s six most wanted criminals and are wanted by police as part of Operation Hunter, which was launched in […]]]>

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The men are among Lancashire’s six most wanted criminals and are wanted by police as part of Operation Hunter, which was launched in July 2021 to target wanted people trying to evade capture.

The list of wanted men is as follows:

Gareth Richards is wanted on recall in prison to serve the remainder of his sentence for burglary.

The 24-year-old, from Morecambe, is described as 5ft 9in tall and has links to Preston.

Read more: Pair jailed for eight robberies in Preston at Ribbleton and Avenham

Paul Hope, of Preston, is wanted for breaching registered sex offender notification requirements.

The 37-year-old is described as 5ft 7in and has links to Ribbleton, Fishwick, Ashton, Lea and inner city areas of Preston.

Read more: Missing Preston teen prompts police call

Steven Bosanko, 47, is wanted after he failed to appear in court and was recalled to prison to serve the remainder of his sentence for armed robbery.

Steven from Preston is described as 5ft 11in tall and has ties to Fishwick, Callon and the city centre.

Anyone with information should contact police on 101 quoting Newspaper 1737 of February 27. For immediate observation, please dial 999.

You can also contact the independent charity Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.

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Kettering pervert exposed himself in McDonald’s drive-thru https://ivideosgratis.org/kettering-pervert-exposed-himself-in-mcdonalds-drive-thru/ Wed, 16 Feb 2022 05:00:00 +0000 https://ivideosgratis.org/kettering-pervert-exposed-himself-in-mcdonalds-drive-thru/ A convicted Kettering sex offender used a McDonald’s drive-thru with his penis sticking out. Martin Roberts, 39, of Crispin Street, appeared at Northampton Magistrates’ Court today (February 15) charged with one count of exposure. At 6.30am on October 2 last year, he was captured on CCTV at the McDonald’s drive-thru point in Kettering. READ MORE: […]]]>

A convicted Kettering sex offender used a McDonald’s drive-thru with his penis sticking out.

Martin Roberts, 39, of Crispin Street, appeared at Northampton Magistrates’ Court today (February 15) charged with one count of exposure.

At 6.30am on October 2 last year, he was captured on CCTV at the McDonald’s drive-thru point in Kettering.

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Ms Yemi Ali, prosecuting, said: “This is a breakfast order, for a one-man driver. The defendant then proceeds to the collection window which is occupied by the victim.

“She observes that the male pushes not to wear inferior clothing and manipulates his penis.

“The victim does not react or verbally challenge this, but passes the food and drink order to the accused.

“She said the experience made her very embarrassed and a bit angry.

“She wasn’t going to report it because it was kind of embarrassing to tell her boss.

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“She’s only 18 and it was nothing nice to see in the morning and not something she wants to see at work or anywhere else.

“She doesn’t understand why the defendant would do that.”

Roberts is registered as a sex offender after being convicted in 2017 of four similar charges.

He masturbated in front of two 15-year-old girls and two other girls, which earned him 20 months in prison.

Ms Ali added: “The accused was questioned and denied the act of exposing his genitals but admitted his presence at the scene.

“He confirms his identification from CCTV. There is no evidence that he was masturbating, but he was definitely touching his genitals.

“It was 6:15 a.m., very early in the morning. A lot of people go to McDonald’s very early in the morning to buy breakfast.

“It’s also a very important factor in terms of timing.”

Andy Gibson, defending, argued that someone working at McDonald’s should not increase the sentence or the level of guilt.

He said: “An 18-year-old is an adult whether he’s a woman or a man. I don’t think that brings him to a higher category.”

Magistrates ordered probation to complete a pre-sentence report, while the sentence could range from a community order to detention.

As part of his bail, Roberts will not enter any drive-thrus.

The defendant popped the question saying, “I have three children. Is it okay if my partner is driving with the children and me in the car?”

The magistrates replied: “No, if you do, you will commit a new offense and will be taken back to court.”

He will then return to Northampton Magistrates Court for sentencing on March 14.

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A lecture on sex and sin in the 17th century comes to Preston https://ivideosgratis.org/a-lecture-on-sex-and-sin-in-the-17th-century-comes-to-preston/ Thu, 27 Jan 2022 19:00:00 +0000 https://ivideosgratis.org/a-lecture-on-sex-and-sin-in-the-17th-century-comes-to-preston/ The lecture will be based on documents from the Stuart period A lecture on sex and sin in 17th century Lancashire comes to Preston. Advertising Renowned historian Dr Alan Crosby will speak at the Preston Historical Society event on Monday February 7 at the Church of George the Martyr in Lune Street. Alan, who is […]]]>

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Renowned historian Dr Alan Crosby will speak at the Preston Historical Society event on Monday February 7 at the Church of George the Martyr in Lune Street.

Alan, who is one of Preston’s most eminent historians, will draw on records of sexual misconduct in Lancashire during the Stuart period.

Read more: Music and comedy show to launch the 2022 theater program at Preston’s The Ferret

A spokesperson for the Preston Historical Society said: ‘Alan is a very popular speaker with our members and other local historical societies.

“We expect a large audience, who will no doubt be delightfully entertained and knowledgeable during the conference.”

Non-members are welcome at the event. Payment at the door is available but to ensure you have a seat, tickets can be reserved for £3.83 on Eventbrite.

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ITV The Chase: The life of Giovanna Fletcher, from McFly’s brief teenage husband split to TOWIE star brother https://ivideosgratis.org/itv-the-chase-the-life-of-giovanna-fletcher-from-mcflys-brief-teenage-husband-split-to-towie-star-brother/ Sat, 22 Jan 2022 15:30:00 +0000 https://ivideosgratis.org/itv-the-chase-the-life-of-giovanna-fletcher-from-mcflys-brief-teenage-husband-split-to-towie-star-brother/ Giovanna Fletcher has many talents and professions to her name, including being an author, actress, blogger, vlogger and presenter, but fans will likely be most familiar with her win on ITV’s I’m a Celebrity…Get Me Out. from here! However, his private life is probably even more eventful and fascinating than his screen life, reports The […]]]>

Giovanna Fletcher has many talents and professions to her name, including being an author, actress, blogger, vlogger and presenter, but fans will likely be most familiar with her win on ITV’s I’m a Celebrity…Get Me Out. from here!

However, his private life is probably even more eventful and fascinating than his screen life, reports The Mirror.

Tom and Giovanna Fletcher are the perfect couple – so it may come as a surprise to learn that they once broke up.

The McFly singer, who is one of the favorites to win this year’s award Come dance strictly alongside his professional dance partner Amy Dowden, briefly broke up with the love of his life.



Tom and Giovanna Fletcher are married and have three boys

READ MORE: Tom Fletcher shares Christmas video of him dancing with Amy Dowden

The pair met when they were just 13 at Sylvia Young Theater School, when Giovanna sat next to Tom at the school assembly.

But they didn’t make it official until several years later, in 2003, when they were 18, during their on-and-off romance.

The following year, Tom wrote his love a song for Valentine’s Day, All About You, which would become a huge hit for his band McFly.

But they endured a rough patch that led to them breaking up – and Giovanna started dating another man.



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The couple broke up for 14 months, but Tom was still on the loose and Giovanna realized she still had feelings for him.

“There was just something about him,” the I’m A Celebrity winner told Heat magazine earlier this year.

“I had a boyfriend for the 14 months we weren’t together, but Tom was always there. We never really left each other alone…

“When I first met the McFly boys, Dougie (Poynter) said to me, ‘He literally talks about you all the time.’

“And I remember being in Namibia (doing charity work) and thinking about Tom more than my boyfriend.”

After returning from the month-long trip, Giovanna ended her relationship with her boyfriend and got back together with Tom.

In a conversation with HELLO !, Giovanna admitted that their relationship has gone through different phases since their teenage romance began.

“When we first met, we only dated for two days, then we had all this teenage drama, ‘I love you, no, I don’t love you,’ then he kissed all my homies like the teenagers do!”

But that wasn’t enough to separate them, as she added: “The feeling of knowing what’s important and not getting lost in the ‘fluff’ was really what kept us together so strong.”

Tom married his childhood sweetheart in 2012 and they are parents to three boys, Buzz, Buddy and Max.

Giovanna has already opened up about her sex life with Tom, or rather the lack thereof.

Since becoming a mother, Giovanna, 36, admits sex has been put on the back burner.

“Tom and I were laughing at the scarcity of our sex life. But we have three children – we did at one point! Giovanna told The Sun in Sunday’s Fabulous magazine.

“It’s not a top priority. Sleeping is better!

“Tom and I love each other and I think we’re both on the same page. That’s how we got into this mess!”



Giovanna Fletcher’s brother is TOWIE star Mario Falcone

The Essex-born author and blogger is the sister of Mario Falcone, known for her role in the popular reality TV series The Only Way Is Essex, reports L’Express.

The star has an Italian father, also called Mario, and an Argentinian mother called Kim Falcone. She also has a sister called Giorgina.

Her brother Mario is three years younger than her and he celebrated his 32nd birthday in February 2020. Giovanna is 35 years old and she was born in January 1985.

Mario first appeared on TOWIE in 2011, as part of the third season, and he remained a main cast member until season 16.

He returned to the show for the 19th season, before saying his final farewell to reality TV after season 21.

Mario was featured on Celebrity Big Brother in 2013, finishing in fifth place, and he was the third TOWIE member to participate.

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After Missouri inmate beaten to death, family searches for answers https://ivideosgratis.org/after-missouri-inmate-beaten-to-death-family-searches-for-answers/ Thu, 20 Jan 2022 12:27:00 +0000 https://ivideosgratis.org/after-missouri-inmate-beaten-to-death-family-searches-for-answers/ Click to enlarge COURTESY OF PAT HEWITT Joshua Hewitt died in St. Louis on January 11, three days after being assaulted in state prison. More than a week after their son died in the custody of the Missouri Department of Corrections, Pat and Edie Hewitt are relying on hospital records and organ transplant center employees […]]]>
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  • Joshua Hewitt died in St. Louis on January 11, three days after being assaulted in state prison.

More than a week after their son died in the custody of the Missouri Department of Corrections, Pat and Edie Hewitt are relying on hospital records and organ transplant center employees to piece together what happened. happened.

In an interview with the Riverside Time, Pat Hewitt says his 43-year-old son Joshua died at Mercy Hospital in St. Louis on Jan. 11 after being injured three days earlier while incarcerated at Northeast Correctional Center in St. Louis. Bowling Green.

Outside of those basic details, Pat Hewitt says he’s in the dark.

According to Pat Hewitt, his main contact at MODOC “categorically refuses to give me any information. They didn’t even tell us the date and time. We don’t even know when it happened.”

MODOC spokeswoman Karen Pojmann confirmed to the RFT that “Joshua Hewitt was assaulted at the NECC on January 8. He suffered serious injuries and was transported by ambulance to a local hospital, where he died on January 11. The matter is being investigated by the department and by local law enforcement. Because an active agent investigation is ongoing, I am unable to provide additional details.”

The Hewitts say they received a phone call the morning of Jan. 9 from a MODOC representative telling them their son had been in an altercation in jail and was currently on life support in St. Louis. Two days later, when Joshua passed away, Pat says a NECC deputy director called to offer his condolences.

With MODOC unable to release more information pending an investigation, the Hewitts relied on hospital records and an organ transplant center employee to piece together a rough timeline of what happened to their son. However, this timeline left the Hewitts with more questions than answers.

Pat Hewitt says he learned through a Mid-America Transplant donor advocate that his son, who was an organ donor, arrived in Mercy shortly before 3 a.m. on January 9. The attorney told him that the Bowling Green ambulance was passing two other hospitals on St. Louis Road because Joshua suffered two cardiac arrests and paramedics knew he needed more advanced care.

It was through a doctor in Mercy that Pat learned his son had broken ribs, a broken nose and a “serious head injury”.

Pat says that since he knows it takes about 75 minutes to drive from Bowling Green to St. Louis, he estimates his son was injured around midnight. But that’s just a guess.

“I am also concerned that this attack took place at six o’clock and that he was not found until midnight?” Pat says.

Two days later, on January 11, the hospital called again to inform the Hewitts that their son had succumbed to his head injuries.

Lori Curry, executive director of Missouri Prison Reform, recounts RFT that the Hewitts aren’t the only ones complaining about the lack of information about incarcerated family members. “Communication from the Department of Corrections is always very minimal, whether you’re dealing with a minor medical issue with your loved one or something more serious,” Curry says. “It’s a fear we all have, that something will happen to our loved one and we won’t know the details.”

Joshua Hewitt had a long criminal past. His father described him as “an alcoholic. He’s been back and forth in prison for the last twenty years, which is pretty much most of his adult life.” Pat says that when her son was not incarcerated, he sometimes lived on the streets.

Joshua’s criminal record includes convictions for burglary and false reporting.

In 2012 at Hollister, according to a probable cause statement, he touched a minor’s breast through clothing, leading to a misdemeanor sexual misconduct conviction. He was sentenced to prison and, as part of the plea bargain, had to register as a sex offender.

In 2021, he failed to register as a sex offender in Taney County, resulting in a four-year prison sentence. He had served just over four months when he died.

“Honestly, we always felt better when he was incarcerated,” his father said. “We knew he had two or three meals a day. And he had a place to lay his head every night. We knew exactly where he was. Ironically, that’s where we lost him.

Pat says her family is struggling to come to terms with Joshua’s death. “I’m getting to the anger stage,” he says.

Pat says he wonders if his son’s status as a sex offender has anything to do with the assault. He also wonders if it could have been gang related or if it was an unpaid debt.

“I hope it wasn’t because of a debt,” he says. “Because there are two incarcerations, I refused to give him any money. I told him that was it.”

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After Missouri inmate beaten to death, family seeks answers | News blog | St. Louis | St. Louis News and Events https://ivideosgratis.org/after-missouri-inmate-beaten-to-death-family-seeks-answers-news-blog-st-louis-st-louis-news-and-events/ Thu, 20 Jan 2022 08:00:00 +0000 https://ivideosgratis.org/after-missouri-inmate-beaten-to-death-family-seeks-answers-news-blog-st-louis-st-louis-news-and-events/ Click to enlarge COURTESY OF PAT HEWITT Joshua Hewitt died in St. Louis on January 11, three days after being assaulted in state prison. More than a week after their son died in the custody of the Missouri Department of Corrections, Pat and Edie Hewitt are relying on hospital records and organ transplant center employees […]]]>
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  • Joshua Hewitt died in St. Louis on January 11, three days after being assaulted in state prison.

More than a week after their son died in the custody of the Missouri Department of Corrections, Pat and Edie Hewitt are relying on hospital records and organ transplant center employees to piece together what happened. happened.

In an interview with the Riverside TimePat Hewitt says his 43-year-old son Joshua died at Mercy Hospital St. Louis on Jan. 11 after being injured three days earlier while incarcerated at Northeast Correctional Center in Bowling Green, Missouri.

Outside of those basic details, Pat Hewitt says he’s in the dark.

According to Pat Hewitt, his main contact at MODOC “categorically refuses to give me any information. They didn’t even tell us the date and time. We don’t even know when it happened.”

MODOC spokeswoman Karen Pojmann confirmed to the RFT that “Joshua Hewitt was assaulted at the NECC on January 8. He suffered serious injuries and was transported by ambulance to a local hospital, where he died on January 11. The matter is being investigated by the department and by local law enforcement. Because an active agent investigation is ongoing, I am unable to provide additional details.”

The Hewitts say they received a phone call the morning of Jan. 9 from a MODOC representative telling them their son had been in an altercation in jail and was currently on life support in St. Louis. Two days later, when Joshua passed away, Pat says a NECC deputy director called to offer his condolences.

With MODOC unable to release more information pending an investigation, the Hewitts relied on hospital records and an organ transplant center employee to piece together a rough timeline of what happened to their son. However, this timeline left the Hewitts with more questions than answers.

Pat Hewitt says he learned through a Mid-America Transplant donor advocate that his son, who was an organ donor, arrived in Mercy shortly before 3 a.m. on January 9. The attorney told him that the Bowling Green ambulance was passing two other hospitals on St. Louis Road because Joshua suffered two cardiac arrests and paramedics knew he needed more advanced care.

It was through a doctor in Mercy that Pat learned his son had broken ribs, a broken nose and a “serious head injury”.

Pat says that since he knows it takes about 75 minutes to drive from Bowling Green to St. Louis, he estimates his son was injured around midnight. But that’s just a guess.

“I am also concerned that this attack took place at six o’clock and that he was not found until midnight?” Pat says.

Two days later, on January 11, the hospital called again to inform the Hewitts that their son had succumbed to his head injuries.

Lori Curry, the executive director of Missouri Prison Reform, recounts RFT that the Hewitts aren’t the only ones complaining about the lack of information about incarcerated family members. “Communication from the Department of Corrections is always very minimal, whether you’re dealing with a minor medical issue with your loved one or something more serious,” Curry says. “It’s a fear we all have, that something will happen to our loved one and we won’t know the details.”

Joshua Hewitt had a long criminal history. His father described him as “an alcoholic. He’s been back and forth in prison for the last twenty years, which is pretty much most of his adult life.” Pat says that when her son was not incarcerated, he sometimes lived on the streets.

Joshua’s criminal record includes convictions for burglary and false reporting.

In 2012 at Hollister, according to a probable cause statement, he touched a minor’s breast through clothing, leading to a misdemeanor sexual misconduct conviction. He was sentenced to prison and, as part of the plea bargain, had to register as a sex offender.

In 2021, he failed to register as a sex offender in Taney County, resulting in a four-year prison sentence. He had served just over four months when he died.

“Honestly, we always felt better when he was incarcerated,” his father said. “We knew he had two or three meals a day. And he had a place to lay his head every night. We knew exactly where he was. Ironically, that’s where we lost him.

Pat says her family is struggling to come to terms with Joshua’s death. “I’m getting to the anger stage,” he says.

Pat says he wonders if his son’s status as a sex offender has anything to do with the assault. He also wonders if it could have been gang related or if it was an unpaid debt.

“I hope it wasn’t because of a debt,” he says. “Because there are two incarcerations, I refused to give him any money. I told him that was it.”

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10 travel planning tips for LGBTQ + explorers https://ivideosgratis.org/10-travel-planning-tips-for-lgbtq-explorers/ Thu, 06 Jan 2022 10:00:00 +0000 https://ivideosgratis.org/10-travel-planning-tips-for-lgbtq-explorers/ Meg Ten Eyck is one of the world’s foremost experts on LGBTQ + travel. Meg has visited more than 60 countries, sits on the Board of Directors of IGLTA and Belmond Hotels, has spoken at conferences on five continents, has written three books and has had its content read by millions of people. Follow his […]]]>

Meg Ten Eyck is one of the world’s foremost experts on LGBTQ + travel. Meg has visited more than 60 countries, sits on the Board of Directors of IGLTA and Belmond Hotels, has spoken at conferences on five continents, has written three books and has had its content read by millions of people. Follow his adventures around the world on Instagram @MegTenEyck

At Skyscanner, we encourage everyone to travel, no matter how you identify yourself or who you love. But we also recognize that there are important considerations when planning your trip as a member of the LGBTQ + community to ensure your safety and create those incredible lifelong memories.

As a white, slim, queer woman from the United States, my travel experiences and expectations are different from those of my LGBTQ + friends who are BIPOC, transgender, disabled, etc. In an effort to be as inclusive and intersectional as possible, I’ve reached out to the best in the business for their advice and recommendations on LGBTQ + affirming travel planning.


1. Start your research with IGLTA

Founded in 1983, IGLTA aims to help travelers meet the challenges of LGBTQ + travel by offering a variety of travel planning resources and welcoming LGBTQ + travel experiences. Social acceptance and legal protections around the world are complicated, but IGLTA guide to marriage equality can simplify this, as it allows travelers to explore which countries and regions of the world offer same-sex marriage.

In addition to marriage equality, the guide also features an app that provides LGBTQ + rights and protections in over 250 countries and regions around the world. While marriage equality isn’t the only consideration in travel planning, it’s a great start for couples looking to plan a romantic vacation. It also serves as a benchmark for understanding where the destination lies on the path to acceptance.



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What time can you drive the next day after drinking alcohol on New Years Eve? https://ivideosgratis.org/what-time-can-you-drive-the-next-day-after-drinking-alcohol-on-new-years-eve/ Fri, 31 Dec 2021 11:08:42 +0000 https://ivideosgratis.org/what-time-can-you-drive-the-next-day-after-drinking-alcohol-on-new-years-eve/ It’s that day of the year again when many Londoners choose their outfits and get ready for a rather important night out. Emerging with blurry eyes at the weird time between Christmas and New Years, it’s time to wrap up the festivities this month – and potentially regret it the next day. But experts say […]]]>

It’s that day of the year again when many Londoners choose their outfits and get ready for a rather important night out.

Emerging with blurry eyes at the weird time between Christmas and New Years, it’s time to wrap up the festivities this month – and potentially regret it the next day.

But experts say levels of alcohol consumption can lead to more reckless behavior and even breaking the law.

READ MORE: New Years Eve in London: NYE events and parties continue after London fireworks are canceled

Driving while intoxicated is a serious offense, but an access to information request previously revealed that there had been 3,507 impaired driving offenses in December 2019 in the UK alone .

This is the equivalent of 113 incidents per day.



Drunk driving is an incredibly serious offense

But as we head into a night of heavy drinking, it’s important to know when you might be driving dangerously without realizing it, even the next day.

Nationwide Vehicle Contracts car and van rental experts have revealed how long you have to wait before getting behind the wheel, even if it’s after a full night’s rest.

The alcohol limit for drivers in England is as follows:

  • 80 mg of alcohol per 100 ml of blood,

  • 35mcg per 100ml of breath,

  • Or, 107 mg per 100 ml of urine

These are not absolute, as the limits may be different for everyone – age, gender, and metabolism, along with a number of situational factors, can alter these limits.

The average adult will take about an hour to process each unit of alcohol. So the more you drink, the longer you have to wait.

There is nothing you can do to speed up the process.

So for an entire bottle of wine, it would take you 11 hours for the alcohol to leave your bloodstream, whether or not you slept.



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This means that you absolutely should not drive before 11 a.m., even if you think you have had a full night’s sleep.

The advice and support organization DrinkAware explains that the safest advice is to avoid alcohol completely at night before driving.

Nationwide Vehicle Contracts recommends either arranging a designated driver in your party who will not drink, or booking a taxi home in advance for you and your friends.

Attempting to drive is punishable by 6 months imprisonment, an unlimited fine and a driving ban for at least one year.

Cause death by reckless driving while intoxicated can result in 14 years in prison, an unlimited fine, a driving ban for at least 2 years and an extended driving test before license return.

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Resolution: How to grow your own food https://ivideosgratis.org/resolution-how-to-grow-your-own-food/ Thu, 30 Dec 2021 12:10:00 +0000 https://ivideosgratis.org/resolution-how-to-grow-your-own-food/ Click to enlarge Welcome to the Riverside hours‘Five days of resolutions. Start living properly. If you’ve ever sliced ​​a hot tomato right next to the vine and put a piece of that pure sunshine on a sandwich, the taste of an off-season type of grocery store might make you cry in disgust. . Even if […]]]>

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Riverside hours‘Five days of resolutions. Start living properly.

If you’ve ever sliced ​​a hot tomato right next to the vine and put a piece of that pure sunshine on a sandwich, the taste of an off-season type of grocery store might make you cry in disgust. . Even if you live in a tiny apartment for four families or can’t keep a cactus alive, you can at least grow something to eat this summer.

Start small. Put some basil and soil in a bucket and place it in the sunniest corner of your garden / porch / fire escape. Maybe also a cherry tomato and a pepper plant if you have room. Do it after Memorial Day. Water them almost every day and watch them. You can try starting your own seeds and planting crops from spring to winter, but these are college movements – maybe save that for your 23 or 24 resolutions.

Truth be told, you’ll likely kill a good chunk of what you plant, especially early on, but you probably aren’t relying on this harvest to keep your thirteen children alive through the harsh winter. (My personal farming Yoda is my father, and he spent most of his 81 years there. Almost every year something fails in his legendary garden – every year is an experience.)

“You just have to do your best and let go of control,” says Madyson Winn, director of gardening at Flowers and Weeds on Cherokee Street, a great source of vegetables, herbs, fruits, ornamentals and plants. inside. “It’s a team effort, you and the factory and the environment, and sometimes things don’t always go the way you want them to. The good thing about it is that you learn to do things differently the next time around.

The stakes are low, and each year you collect more data on what to tweak next time around. If you get into this mindset, the inevitable setbacks (I’m looking at you, Great Zucchini Blight of ’20) won’t seem so daunting. Remember, you are doing this for fun. And sandwiches. Winn caught the gardening bug early on.

“I started when I was a kid. My mom told me to choose a plant to grow, ”says Winn. “I picked yellow squash. I went out every morning and checked. When it was ready it was just the coolest feeling, picking it up and helping her cook it for dinner.

It’s not exactly sex, drugs, and / or rock & roll, but seeing a little green marble forming on a tomato plant early on a June morning is a pretty unparalleled thrill.

“It’s just watching all the hard work you’ve put into something paying off,” says Winn. “It allows you to appreciate the natural world, how beautiful and organic things want to grow.”

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Cosatu launches protest campaign https://ivideosgratis.org/cosatu-launches-protest-campaign/ Thu, 30 Dec 2021 06:43:05 +0000 https://ivideosgratis.org/cosatu-launches-protest-campaign/ The Congress of South African Trade Unions (Cosatu) in Mpumalanga has launched a protest campaign to deliver a memorandum to the Witbank police station. The training took place on Friday, December 10. Cosatu says the protest campaign took place during the 16 days of activism against gender-based violence and femicide to voice their concerns about […]]]>

The Congress of South African Trade Unions (Cosatu) in Mpumalanga has launched a protest campaign to deliver a memorandum to the Witbank police station.

The training took place on Friday, December 10.

Cosatu says the protest campaign took place during the 16 days of activism against gender-based violence and femicide to voice their concerns about issues of gender-based violence.

The Secretary General of the Congress of South African Trade Unions (Cosatu) Mpumalanga, Thabo Mokoena, before delivering a memorandum to the Witbank police station.

The federation says it has noted with disgust and anger the uncontrollable upsurge in brutal and barbaric violent attacks against women and children.

The federation echoes the country’s president’s statement that gender-based violence must be treated as the next pandemic that must be fought with all the force it deserves.

A police representative signing the Cosatu memorandum.

The federation further calls on all members of society to join the ranks against the following:

Report crimes and fully prosecute those responsible for gender-based violence, calling for an end to abuses against women and children as well as feminicides, to end rape and to demand full prosecutions against those responsible, to combat and report the sexual harassment now, to combat transactional use of employment for sex and to expose sexual parasites now.

Mrs. Georgina Mahlatsi signing after receiving the memorandum on behalf of the Ministry of Labor and Employment.

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