Daily Archives: October 18, 2017

Marquez has edge over Dovizioso in MotoGP title fight – Crutchlow

Cal Crutchlow believes Marc Marquez still holds the edge in the MotoGP title fight with Andrea Dovizioso despite the Ducati rider’s victory at Motegi

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Othilia Simon Gives Vogue Ukraine Its Strongest Magazine Cover of the Year

Over the course of 2017, Vogue Ukraine has been one of the few magazines our forum members look forward to seeing each month. The publication has been killing it with covers from the likes of Doutzen Kroes, Chloe Sevigny, Amber Valletta and Malgosia Bela. For the new November issue, Vogue Ukraine adds another success to its portfolio with a trio of three spectacular covers featuring French beauty Othilia Simon, photographed by Alique.

Vogue Ukraine November 2017 : Othilia Simon by Alique

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Our forum members were speechless — well, almost. “Wow, the first cover (above) is giving me major Daria Werbowy vibes! Gorgeous covers!” raved artemovartem.

“Amazing. My favorite Vogue edition,” added forum member apple.

“Here we have it people, the best covers of 2017!! I will make sure to get the red one, but every one is perfection. This is how you do color issues. And then there’s the stunning Othilia! If Phoebe Philo ever decides to retire Daria, and she should seriously consider it, here is her replacement!” expressed Benn98.

Vogue Ukraine November 2017 : Othilia Simon by Alique

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Sharing the same sentiments was mariemaud. “Mind blowing! Alique proves one shot after the other she is a great photographer. And Othilia is totally stunning there!” she pointed out.

“Another great set of covers from Vogue Ukraine. The first one is my favorite. Pretty amazing!” praised narcyza.

“I love these covers — particularly the third one. Every month this edition keeps beating out bigger players, credit to them,” applauded 333101.

Valentine27 sure liked what she saw, writing, “Gorgeous covers! A breath of fresh air. I love the approach for a color issue. It’s a big deal for Othilia I guess. She’s in almost every issue of Vogue Paris, and it’s quite impressive to see her on 3 covers here. Congrats to her!”

Vogue Ukraine November 2017 : Othilia Simon by Alique

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Bravo, Vogue Ukraine. Await more from the issue and join the standing ovation here.

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Fall Pest Proofing Tips! | Pest Control Tucson

Fall Pest Proofing Tips! | Pest Control TucsonFall Pest Proofing Tips! | Pest Control Tucson

Arizona Pest Control encourages homeowners to implement the following fall pest-proofing tips

  • Screen attic vents and openings to chimneys.
  • Eliminate moisture sites, including leaking pipes and clogged drains.
  • Seal cracks and crevices on the outside of the home using caulk and steel wool. Pay close attention to where utility pipes enter the structure.
  • Store food in airtight containers and dispose of garbage regularly in sealed receptacles.
  • Replace loose mortar and weather stripping around the basement foundation and windows.
  • Store firewood at least 20 feet away from the house, and keep shrubbery well trimmed.
  • Install door sweeps and repair damaged screens.
  • Inspect items such as boxes of decorations and grocery bags before bringing them indoors.
  • If you suspect a pest infestation, contact a licensed pest control professional who can properly inspect and treat the problem.

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Video: Cleaning Up the Pacific Crest Trail

Outdoor gear company Granite Gear has started to sponsor thru-hikers and charging them with the responsibility of helping clean up some of the most popular trails in the U.S. In this video, we join one of the members of the crew as he hikes the Pacific Crest Trail, soaking in those amazing environments, while helping to preserve them for future generations of backpackers to enjoy too. The clip is…

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A Utah teen helped his friend plan her suicide, tied the noose, and even filmed her do it — now he'll stand trial for murder

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  • An 18-year-old Utah man is facing first-degree murder charges over helping his friend plan and carry out her suicide.
  • A judge ruled that Tyerell Przybycien cannot “escape criminal responsibility” merely because his friend was suicidal.
  • Przybycien’s lawyers have argued that Jchandra Brown’s suicide was caused by her actions alone, not Przybycien’s.
  • The case echoes that of Michelle Carter, the 20-year-old woman recently convicted of involuntary manslaughter for urging her friend to kill himself.

A Utah teenager will stand trial for first-degree murder after he allegedly bought his 16-year-old friend a rope, drove her to a remote location, tied a noose to a tree, and filmed her suicide.

Utah County district court Judge James Brady ruled that it was “reasonable to infer” that 18-year-old Tyerell Przybycien intended to cause the death of his friend, Jchandra Brown. Were it not for Przybycien’s actions, Brady said, Brown would still be alive.

Brady wrote in a 16-page ruling that Przybycien cannot “escape criminal responsibility” merely because Brown was suicidal, and that his involvement “meets the elements of murder.”

“Encouraging and helping to facilitate the suicide of an impressionable minor who could have benefited from support, counseling or therapy is completely lacking of social value,” Brady wrote.

Przybycien is also charged with failure to report a dead body, a third-degree felony, the Daily Herald reported.

Prosecutors alleged in court documents that Przybycien picked up Brown from work on May 5, bought her a rope and industrial-strength aerosol air duster, and drove her to Maple Lake, south of Provo, Utah.

tyerell pryzbycienPrzybycien reportedly told police that once the pair arrived at the scene, he tied the rope to a tree to create a noose, as Brown did not know how to tie one.

He also said that he filmed Brown as she stepped onto a pedestal, inhaled the air duster until she lost consciousness, and then fell off the pedestal, hanging herself. He continued to film her for roughly 10 minutes afterward.

“Her putting the noose around her neck, stepping onto the pedestal, and inhaling the compressed air so she passed out and slipped from the pedestal caused her death,” Przybycien’s attorney Gregory Stewart told the Washington Post. “These intervening acts, we argue, and not Tyerell’s actions, caused her death.”

The case echoes that of Michelle Carter, the 20-year-old woman who was sentenced in August to 15 months in jail after she repeatedly urged her friend Conrad Roy III to kill himself.

But Carter’s and Pryzybycien’s cases differ in several key ways. For instance, Carter was found guilty of involuntary manslaughter, not murder, and Carter had not been physically present when she pressed Roy to kill himself, instead communicating with him solely through texts and phone calls.

But the Carter decision was widely expected to establish precedent in instances where people face criminal charges for instructing others to kill themselves. Many legal experts were shocked by the guilty verdict in her case, and criticized the ruling for essentially determining that Carter’s words were lethal to Roy, rather than his own suicidal actions and intent.

SEE ALSO: How Michelle Carter urging her friend to kill himself led to a jail sentence for involuntary manslaughter

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Extended double-points Snetterton race added to 2018 BTCC calendar

The British Touring Car Championship will run an extended double-points race at Snetterton next year to celebrate its 60th anniversary

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McLaren may keep Jenson Button in F1 role alongside race return

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Race Of Champions to hold 2018 contest in Kingdom of Saudi Arabia

The 2018 Race Of Champions will become the first international motorsport event to take place in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia

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