city councilDemocratic Socialists of AmericaJumaane Williams Advocates for the real estate industry would most certainly disagree with that characterization. Weaver has long been a thorn in the side of real estate interests. Granting her a perch on the commission would provide a major platform for her ideas, which include canceling rent, waging rent strikes and banning evictions forever.Some City Council members might also have objected to Weaver’s nomination.Council Majority Leader Laurie Cumbo, who represents Crown Heights, clashed with the socialist tenant organizer over the development of the Bedford Union Armory. The City Council eventually sided with Cumbo and approved the project, despite Weaver’s efforts. A project opponent later ran a spirited race against Cumbo but lost.Relations between the two have not improved since. Last year, Cumbo staged a counter-protest of a candidate backed by the Democratic Socialists of America. The candidate, state Sen. Jabari Brisport, won easily, and in January 2021 was appointed to the Senate housing committee.City Planning Commission appointments require confirmation by a majority vote of the City Council. If Cumbo opposed Weaver’s nomination, it’s likely her opinion would have mattered.The Council member also has strong personal ties to Williams. Cumbo, who went to high school with the future public advocate, defended him in 2019 when law enforcement sources leaked a sealed 2009 arrest report to the media days before the election for that post.Nominees sometimes withdraw in order to protect the nominator from political repercussions. Weaver said she was “annoyed” by opposition to her nomination, ultimately resulting in its withdrawal. “My opponents organized,” said Weaver, who did not name them.Although Weaver will not ascend to the part-time position, which pays $65,000 a year, Williams said that he will continue working with her “on many shared projects and in many shared fights.”His statement suggests that although Weaver will not have a five-year appointment to the commission, she will continue to influence public policy in her current role as coordinator of the statewide tenant group Housing Justice for All.The Planning Commission is essentially controlled by the mayor, who makes seven of the 13 appointments. It plays an important role in land-use applications such as the one for the Crown Heights armory project by Donald Capoccia’s BFC Partners.The seat that Williams is tasked with filling became vacant when Michelle R. de la Uz resigned Jan. 20.Contact Georgia Kromrei Share via Shortlink Tags Email Address* (Getty, iStock/Illustration by Alexis Manrodt for The Real Deal)Real estate, take heart: Cea Weaver, longtime antagonist of the industry, will not be spouting socialism on a city salary.New York City Public Advocate Jumaane Williams quietly withdrew Weaver’s nomination to the City Planning Commission a little more than a month after making it. It is unclear where exactly the opposition to Weaver’s appointment came from, but there is no shortage of suspects.A spokesperson for Williams said Weaver requested her name be withdrawn. In a statement, Williams called Weaver an “extraordinary advocate” and “brilliant organizer,” and said withdrawing her name from consideration was a “loss for all New Yorkers.”ADVERTISEMENTRead moreHow a socialist on the City Planning Commission would affect real estateWhat Albany’s socialisit shakeup means for real estateCity Council votes to pass controversial Bedford Union Armory project Message* Share on FacebookShare on TwitterShare on LinkedinShare via Email Share via Shortlink Full Name*
Salp abundance and length frequency were measured during the large-scale CCAMLR 2000 Survey conducted in the Atlantic Sector of the Southern Ocean in the 1999/2000 season. Results from regional surveys around Elephant Island in 1994/95 and 1996/97 seasons also were examined. During the CCAMLR 2000 Survey, salp abundance was higher in the Antarctic Peninsula and South Sandwich Island areas than in the central Scotia Sea. The probable reason for this pattern is a negative relationship with phytoplankton abundance; the central Scotia Sea having greater phytoplankton concentrations than required for optimal salp filter-feeding performance. Cluster analysis of salp size composition resulted in three cluster groups for each of the three surveys. Clusters comprising large salps occurred in warmer waters in all three surveys. The size composition of the salp populations suggests that the timing of intense asexual reproductive budding was earlier in warmer waters. As surface water temperatures generally decrease from north to south, and increase from spring to summer, the general spatio-temporal pattern of asexual reproduction by budding is likely to proceed from north to south as the summer season progresses.
ADNOC L&S inks India LNG floating storage deal with AG&P. (Credit: Business Wire) Atlantic Gulf & Pacific (AG&P) and ADNOC Logistics and Services (ADNOC L&S) have signed a liquefied natural gas (LNG) charter deal of a floating storage unit (FSU) at a new import facility in southern India.Under the agreement, ADNOC L&S will provide a 137,756 cubic meter FSU unit at AG&P’s new LNG import facility at Karaikal port in Puducherry.The deal covers the conversion, supply, operations and maintenance of the FSU for a period of 15 years.Construction on the terminal will begin in Q1 2020Construction on the terminal is expected to commence in the first quarter of this year while it is being expected to be operational before the end of 2021.ADNOC L&S CEO Abdulkareem Al Masabi said: “Firstly, it represents our first agreement with AG&P and one of our company’s most important goals is to find creative ways to branch out and find new partnerships around the world to fuel our company’s safer, smarter growth.“It is also an important agreement because it provides AG&P with additional storage flexibility for their LNG terminal as well as giving us the chance to generate more value from one of our historical assets which is coming to the end of its current contract.”The Karaikal LNG import facility, which will be owned and operated by AG&P, will have an initial capacity of 1mtpa. It will be expanded to 3mtpa in the medium term as demand increases.The terminal will be used by domestic, industrial and commercial customers within a radius of 500 km, which features key manufacturing clusters for the fertiliser, cement, steel, textile, leather, sugar and garment industries of central Tamil Nadu.It will also serve gas-fired power plants in addition to AG&P’s own extensive city gas distribution network across southern part of India.AG&P Terminals & Logistics president Karthik Sathyamoorthy said: “Both of our companies will work very closely to provide a comprehensive LNG solution for our downstream customers through the Karaikal LNG Facility. AG&P has focused on bringing down the unit cost of re-gasification terminals for smaller volumes. AG&P and ADNOC L&S are excited to reach this critical goal for our customers.”The new FSU will be only the fourth FSU-based LNG import terminal across the globe. The others are based in Malta, Malaysia and Bahrain. The deal covers the conversion, supply, operations, and maintenance of the FSU for a period of 15 years
Montana-based bluegrass outfit Kitchen Dwellers made a live appearance earlier this year for Jam In The Van, when they performed at the Huck Finn Jubilee in Ontario, CA.Presented by Lagunitas Brewing Company, the quartet worked through “Five Candles” and “Gypsy” off of their 2017 studio effort Ghost In The Bottle, as well as the more recent fan-favorite track “Shadows”. Watch Kitchen Dwellers’ Jam In The Van performance below:Kitchen Dwellers – “Five Candles”[Video: Jam In The Van]Kitchen Dwellers – “Gypsy”[Video: Jam In The Van]Kitchen Dwellers – “Shadows”[Video: Jam In The Van]The quartet is gearing up to perform the inaugural East Coast edition of the renowned WinterWonderGrass festival in Stratton, Vermont, before closing out 2018 with a three-night New Year’s run across the Northwest, with stops in Seattle, Portland, and Bend. Following a star-studded two-night run at Cervantes’ in Denver, Kitchen Dwellers will team up with Colorado’s Magic Beans for a 19-date co-headlining tour across the U.S., spanning from January 12th through February 8th. The beloved bluegrass up-and-comers will once again support Twiddle along with Pigeons Playing Ping Pong in May at the iconic Red Rocks Amphitheatre in Morrison, CO, their debut performance at the iconic venue.You can see a full list of Kitchen Dwellers’ upcoming tour dates below.Kitchen Dwellers Upcoming Tour Dates:Nov. 29 – Livingston, MT – Pine Creek LodgeNov. 30 – Missoula, MT – Top HatDec. 1 – Butte, MT – Covellite TheaterDec. 6 – Bridgeport, CT – The AcousticDec. 7 – Saranac Lake, NY – The WaterholeDec. 12 – Cambridge, MA – The Middle EastDec. 13 – Brooklyn, NY – Knitting FactoryDec. 14–Dec. 16 – Stratton Mountain, VT – WinterWonderGrass FestivalDec. 28 – Seattle, WA – Nectar LoungeDec. 29 – Portland, OR – Star TheaterDec. 31 – Bend, OR – McMenamin’s Old St. Francis SchoolJan. 3 – Steamboat Springs, CO – Old Town PubJan. 4 – Denver, CO – Cervantes’Jan. 5 – Denver, CO – Cervantes’Jan. 12 – Telluride, CO – Sheridan Opera House*Jan. 13 – Durango, CO – Animas Theatre*Jan. 14 – Taos, NM – Mesa Brewing Company*Jan. 17 – Austin, TX – The Parish*Jan. 18 – Dallas, TX – Sundown At Grenada*Jan. 20 – Fayetteville, AR – George’s Majestic*Jan. 22 – Jackson, MS – Martin’s*Jan. 23 – Birmingham, AL – Zydeco*Jan. 24 – Atlanta, GA – Vinyl*Jan. 25 – Charlotte, NC – The Rabbit Hole*Jan. 26 – Charlottesville, VA – The Southern*Jan. 29 – Philadelphia, PA – World Cafe Live*Jan. 30 – Harrisburg, PA – The Abbey Bar*Jan. 31 – Baltimore, MD – The 8X10*Feb. 1 – Columbus, OH – Woodlands Tavern*Feb. 2 – Covington, KY – The Octave*Feb. 5 – Kansas City, MO – Knuckleheads Saloon*Feb. 6 – Omaha, NE – The Slowdown*Feb. 8 – Frisco, CO – Snowstalk – 10 Mile High Music Hall*May 2 – Morrison, CO – Red Rocks Amphitheatre# venue debut supporting Twiddle* co-headline date with Magic BeansView All Tour Dates
Courtesy of Chris Parker Annette Gordon-Reed and Peter Onuf speak at Notre Dame Law School on Thursday about Thomas Jefferson and his legacy, an event that took place as part of Walk the Walk Week.Annette Gordon-Reed and Peter Onuf, a professor at Harvard University and professor emeritus at the University of Virginia, respectively, considered this question in a Thursday lecture. Part of Walk the Walk Week, the lecture was titled “Thomas Jefferson, Race, Slavery, and the Problem of American Nationhood.”The professors are preeminent Jefferson scholars and recently co-wrote a book about the third president. The event took place at the Notre Dame Law School.Onuf introduced this question by first laying out the problematic nature of Jefferson’s position in history.“It is common for pundits to talk about our Jeffersonian democracy, as if that’s a special characteristic of our democracy that makes it unique — you might even say exceptional,” Onuf said. “And then we have to account the dilemma that he wasn’t a perfect guy. He was — we would say now — a racist. No department in the country [now] would hire him.”The Jefferson conundrum has implications about American national identity, Onuf said.“What is it about this moment that makes Thomas Jefferson such a problematic figure? He’s somebody we identify with America,” he said. “There’s a famous … quotation from one of the first great, popular biographies of Jefferson: ‘if Jefferson is right, America is right … If Jefferson is wrong —and that’s what we think about him now — what does that say about us, and where do we go on from here?”Gordon-Reed said Jefferson is unique in that he is a much-discussed Founding Father whose reputation has had a number of peaks and valleys. Ultimately, she said she thinks his complicated life offers an effective way to frame conversations on the founding.“He’s a figure — not like Hamilton, Hamilton was in eclipse until [Lin-Manuel Miranda] brought him back — Jefferson is up and down,” Gordon-Reed said. “It’s hard right now in an era when we’re thinking about inclusion in history, different people’s stories, to figure out what we do with him. The interesting thing to me about it is his life gives us an opportunity to have that kind of discussion in ways that, [with] other members of the founding generation, you can’t do that. You can think about politics, you can think about slavery, you can think about race all through this particular person’s life.”Gordon-Reed said she thinks Jefferson has returned to the fore as a result of the country’s present-day political environment. Though Jefferson did not have a hand in writing the Constitution, he set some important standards with the Declaration of Independence, she said.“We’re sort of in a moment of constitutional crisis now, and people think about the founders — and Jefferson in particular — in a particular kind of way,” she said. “… I’m thinking, ‘what was this all for?’ They put this thing in motion and here we are now, at this particular moment trying to decide what does American democracy, what does the American republic mean in this situation?”Though Onuf said one of Jefferson’s accomplishments in the Declaration of Independence was to create a sense of American peoplehood, the two scholars said Jefferson could not conceptualize a country where black and white people lived together.For his part, he supported the emancipation of slaves but thought they should all be “expatriated” to Africa. These facts present a sobering reality about American national identity, especially as the consensus on what it means to be American has frayed.“The confidence existed because largely one voice was being heard. The difficulty we have now is people are saying, ‘yes, we are a people,’” Gordon-Reed said. “But other people — African-Americans, other groups who do not feel that they were included before — now are beginning to talk about some of the terms of that peoplehood … that’s caused much more fracturing.”Jefferson’s situation in life informed many of his ideas. He came from a family where the men had children with enslaved women. It is widely accepted that the third president himself fathered six children with his slave Sally Hemings, and Gordon-Reed said his wife had half-black siblings. She also said that one of the reasons these issues are perpetually brought up in relation to Jefferson is he wrote all of his thoughts down, leaving a record to attack.“The more I think about this … his personal circumstances had to determine how he saw this,” Gordon-Reed said. “It’s very often when people who have a personal issue — some of the people who are the most vocal in talking about things, whether it’s same-sex sexuality, cross-race sexuality — why are they talking about it? Why is he writing about this? I’ve never had [James] Madison on mixing races. We don’t have George Washington on mixing race … but as far as we know, none of those people were married to people who had half-black siblings living in their house.”Onuf added that the experience of living through the Revolutionary War also had an effect on Jefferson’s thoughts. Particularly, Onuf speculated that the author of the Declaration of Independence was probably worried about a slave revolt.“In revolutionary times, when the future is radically uncertain, you have to be prepared for the next war,” he said. “And another front of that war very reasonably could be — and would be, in the War of 1812 and in other moments [like] 1811 in Louisiana — it could be that enslaved people constitute the biggest threat.”For her part, Gordon-Reed said slaves could not be blamed for harboring rebellious thoughts.“And why wouldn’t they? How could black people love a country that wasn’t their own? That had treated them the way they had been treated? But also that they had not voluntarily come to,” she said. “The idea of black people going back to Africa — that’s the equivalent of a racial epithet now, saying that — but for a person who said ‘these people did not come voluntarily, and we’ve treated them badly. Why would they love us? How could they be in a relationship of community and trust in that situation?’ He’s basically saying, ‘I wouldn’t do that.’”Gordon-Reed also noted some hypocrisy with respect to Jefferson, noting that modern American society chastises him for his ideas when the country still continues to be racially separated.“What we’re asking him to do is something we haven’t done,” she said. “It would be impossible for Jefferson … certainly as a political matter, to say that the answer to all of this is for black people and white people to become one people, as a family. That is to say ‘mix.’ That is something that we don’t do. To think that somebody born in 1743 is going to have that as an idea … it’s patting ourselves on the back. It’s being unrealistic. It’s not anything I think he could have contemplated doing.”As a man of the Enlightenment, Jefferson had a belief that things would constantly improve — that they would get “better and better,” Gordon-Reed said — and that he thought each generation would have to renew America in some way. Paradoxically, the fight for belonging on behalf of group’s that Jefferson marginalized has fulfilled that prophecy to some degree, Onuf said.“The answer to Thomas Jefferson is the refusal of people to go,” he said. “Their insistence that they were American. ’African-American’ — the hyphen is crucial. The assertion of belonging, to be attached to a place … these people are not going. They are us.”Tags: race, slavery, Thomas Jefferson, Walk the Walk Week As the primary author of the Declaration of Independence, Thomas Jefferson has always occupied a high place in the American pantheon.But Jefferson is also a complicated and controversial figure in American life: how can the United States reconcile the man’s words — “all men are created equal” — with the reality that he owned slaves and espoused ideas that today would be considered racist?
Joseph Leo Bwarie and Nick Cosgrove are ready to have your eyes adore them! Bwarie and Cosgrove will assume the role of The Four Seasons frontman Frankie Valli in the Broadway cast of Jersey Boys beginning January 28. They are taking over for Dominic Scaglione Jr., who will play his final performance on January 26 at the August Wilson Theatre. Richard H. Blake Drew Gehling Jersey Boys View Comments Related Shows from $59.00 The Tony-winning musical tells the story of how Frankie Valli and The Four Seasons went from being unknown New Jersey kids to international pop superstars. The show features over 30 hit songs, including “Sherry,” “Big Girls Don’t Cry” and “Can’t Take My Eyes Off You.” View All (5) In addition to Scaglione Jr., the current Broadway cast stars Richard H. Blake as Tommy DeVito, Matt Bogart as Nick Massi and Drew Gehling as Bob Gaudio. The company also features Peter Gregus, Miles Aubrey, Erik Bates, Candi Boyd, Jared Bradshaw, Cara Cooper, Ken Dow, John Edwards, Russell Fischer, Katie O’Toole, Joe Payne, Mauricio Pérez, Nathan Scherich, Sara Schmidt and Katie Webber. Matt Bogart Bwarie, who will play Frankie Valli six times a week, made his Broadway debut in the show last year and has previously played the role in the Las Vegas and first national tour productions. Cosgrove, who will be making his Broadway debut, played the legendary falsetto powerhouse across the country in the show’s national tour. He will perform the Wednesday and Saturday matinees. Joseph Leo Bwarie Dominic Scaglione Jr. Star Files
By Dialogo February 04, 2013 Violent deaths of young people under the age of 23 have increased in Honduras during the three years of Porfirio Lobo’s government, compared to former administrations, Casa Alianza, a non-governmental organization for the protection of children, reported on January 31. “During the 35 months (January 2010-December 2012) in the current administration of Porfirio Lobo, 2,782 deaths of young people in that age group have been reported”, the institution said in a 41 page statement. Casa Alianza, which started operations in Honduras in February 1998, has counted 8,005 executions of youngsters under the age of 23 as a result of a monthly based mass media monitoring. While in 1998 the rate was of 44.44 cases per month, during the current administration it climbed up to 79.48. “It can be seen that the monthly rate of violent deaths and/or executions of children and young people in Honduras are progressively increasing,” said the report. Only in December 2012, 80 young people under 23 died, of which 20 were children between 0 and 17 years old (25%), and 60 were between 18 and 23 (75%). A firearm was used in 87% of cases, and a knife or similar weapon in 7% of cases. According to the organization, “there is an execution pattern in cases where the corpses were found with signs of torture, shots in the head and torso, tied by the hands and feet, wrapped in sheets, heads in plastic bags and scotch tape, neck and shoulder wounds, dismembered corpses inside bags or left by some river or ravine.” Honduras is facing a wave of crime by which the country ranks first in homicides worldwide, with 92 per 100,000 inhabitants, according to the United Nations.
10SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr Here we are in late August. Our favorite TV shows are in reruns or have been replaced by a Steve Harvey game show. It is too hot to ride motorcycles or do almost anything else during daylight hours. It is the time of year when credit union leaders may start scrambling to figure out what must be done to achieve current year goals. AND, it is already time to regroup and begin thinking about next year.I apologize, about now you are probably seeing an article or blog about planning with every turn of the page… oops, please excuse me, I’m old… with every click of the mouse, but I am going to add a personal insight to the babble.The end of August means that 2017 is 2/3 over – just four more months until the annual year-end reconciliation. If you are good / lucky (choose either or both), your credit union is 2/3 or more on the way to completing 2017 initiatives and goals. If you are not on track you may be wondering why.For several years now I have been privileged to assist credit unions with strategic planning and plan execution using a form of the Balanced Scorecard. In case you are not familiar with the “BSC,” it is a methodology to map strategy and manage deployment of initiatives. For organizations with multiple priorities, the “Scorecard” provides structure to assign responsibilities, measures and goals, and track performance, thereby creating a formal structure to monitor plan deployment. In my opinion, the Balanced Scorecard is a good tool. But, even a tool as good as the Balanced Scorecard cannot add hours to the day. continue reading »
China aims to launch a rover to Mars on Thursday on a journey coinciding with a similar US mission as the powers take their rivalry into deep space.The two countries are taking advantage of a period when Earth and Mars are closest to send their probes, with China’s mission due to lift off by Saturday and the US spacecraft on July 30.It will be a crowded field. The United Arab Emirates launched a probe on Monday that will orbit Mars once it reaches the Red Planet. But the race to watch is between the United States and China, which has worked furiously to try and match Washington’s supremacy in space.The Chinese mission has been named Tianwen-1 (“Questions to Heaven”) in a nod to a classical poem that has verses about the cosmos.It is expected to launch on a Long March 5 — China’s biggest space rocket — from the southern island of Hainan on Thursday, depending on the weather.Tianwen-1 is expected to arrive in February 2021 after a seven-month, 55-million-kilometre (34-million-mile) voyage. Catching up After watching the United States and the Soviet Union lead the way during the Cold War, China has poured billions of dollars into its military-led space program.”China joining [the Mars race] will change the situation dominated by the US for half a century,” said Chen Lan, an independent analyst at GoTaikonauts.com, which specializes in China’s space program.China has made huge strides in the past decade, sending a human into space in 2003.The Asian powerhouse has laid the groundwork to assemble a space station by 2022 and gain a permanent foothold in Earth orbit.China has already sent two rovers to the Moon. With the second, China became the first country to make a successful soft landing on the far side.The Moon missions gave China experience in operating spacecraft beyond Earth orbit, but Mars is another story.The much greater distance means “a bigger light travel time, so you have to do things more slowly as the radio signal round trip time is large,” said McDowell.It also means “you need a more sensitive ground station on Earth because the signals will be much fainter,” he added, noting that there is a greater risk of failure.China has upgraded its monitoring stations in the far-western Xinjiang region and northeastern Heilongjiang province to meet the Mars mission requirements, state news agency Xinhua reported last week.The majority of the dozens of missions sent by the US, Russia, Europe, Japan and India to Mars since 1960 ended in failure.Tianwen-1 is not China’s first attempt to go to Mars.A previous mission with Russia in 2011 ended prematurely as the launch failed.Now, Beijing is trying on its own.”As long as [Tianwen] safely lands on the Martian surface and sends back the first image, the mission will… be a big success,” Chen said. Topics : The mission includes a Mars orbiter, a lander and a rover that will study the planet’s soil.”As a first try for China, I don’t expect it to do anything significant beyond what the US has already done,” said Jonathan McDowell, an astronomer at the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics.The United States has already sent four rovers to Mars since the late 1990s.The next one, Perseverance, is an SUV-sized vehicle that will look for signs of ancient microbial life, and gather rock and soil samples with the goal of bringing them back to Earth on another mission in 2031.The Chinese mission is similar to NASA’s Viking missions in 1975-1976, in that it has both an orbiter and a lander, McDowell said.Tianwen-1 is “broadly comparable to Viking in its scope and ambition,” he added.
Spike in pests sparks big housing concerns Noosa councillor Jess Glasgow appeared on the 2019 season of The Bachelorette. Image supplied by Channel 10.DISGRACED Noosa Shire Councillor and reality television contestant Jess Glasgow is selling an apartment he owns in the seaside retreat.Glasgow made headlines across the country following his fleeting appearance on The Bachelorette last year and became the subject of a formal investigation. Jess Glasgow and 2019 Bachelorette Angie Kent. Picture supplied by Channel 10.The two-bedroom, one-bathroom apartment at Noosa Heads has hit the market with a $550,000 price tag.The property is currently used as an investment, with an existing Airbnb income with immediate returns, and low Body Corporate fees for Noosa of $1800 a year. RELATED: Fun feature will make the best pool parties A unit in this complex at 26 Katharina St, Noosa Heads, is for sale.It features a covered terrace and is within walking distance to Hastings Street, Main Beach and Noosa Junction.The apartment comes fully furnished and well presented. Inside the unit at in Katharina St, Noosa Heads, which is for sale.Glasgow was sent home before the rose ceremony in the second episode of the dating show, after being accused of making several inappropriate comments about fellow Sunshine Coast local Angie Kent. More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus10 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market10 hours agoThere’s plenty of room in the kitchen to prepare a meal for a loved one.The mayor of Noosa asked him to resign from council and referred him to the Office of the Independent Assessor for breaches of the Councillors Code of Conduct. An official verdict from the misconduct investigation is yet to be announced. Glasgow remains a Councillor with the Noosa Shire Council. Video Player is loading.Play VideoPlayNext playlist itemMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 1:11Loaded: 0%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -1:11 Playback Rate1xChaptersChaptersDescriptionsdescriptions off, selectedCaptionscaptions settings, opens captions settings dialogcaptions off, selectedQuality Levels720p720pHD540p540p360p360p270p270pAutoA, selectedAudio Tracken (Main), selectedFullscreenThis is a modal window.Beginning of dialog window. Escape will cancel and close the window.TextColorWhiteBlackRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentTransparentWindowColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyTransparentSemi-TransparentOpaqueFont Size50%75%100%125%150%175%200%300%400%Text Edge StyleNoneRaisedDepressedUniformDropshadowFont FamilyProportional Sans-SerifMonospace Sans-SerifProportional SerifMonospace SerifCasualScriptSmall CapsReset restore all settings to the default valuesDoneClose Modal DialogEnd of dialog window.This is a modal window. This modal can be closed by pressing the Escape key or activating the close button.Close Modal DialogThis is a modal window. This modal can be closed by pressing the Escape key or activating the close button.PlayMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 0:00Loaded: 0%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -0:00 Playback Rate1xFullscreenAustralia’s amazing motocross homes01:12 The unit comes with a balcony.