– Advertisement – The Dancing With the Stars alum revealed that she used their daughter to hurt Caussin during their 2016 separation, explaining, “Shoot, I did it. I was like, ‘You can’t see Jolie until I’m done with DWTS. … That’s not healthy for the kids. But you’re just so angry that it makes sense that you might not be acting in the best frame of mind and you forget that you need to put your kids first. You feel like you’re putting your kids first but it’s also, you’re so angry at your partner too.”She and the former NFL player briefly split following a cheating scandal, reuniting after Caussin sought treatment for his sex addiction. Kramer gave birth to their second child in November 2018 and exclusively told Us Weekly the following year that they plan to tell the little ones about Caussin’s struggles.“I definitely think that’s going to be hard, because unfortunately, when they’re old enough, they’re going to Google,” the singer said in April 2019. “I personally would like for them to hear it from us first before they Google. They’ll never know specifics. That’s something that we’re not going to go, ‘Oh, your dad cheated.’ That’s not healthy for anyone to know. So it’s just, ‘Yes, this is your father’s addiction, but look at where we’re at now.’”Listen to Us Weekly’s Hot Hollywood as each week the editors of Us break down the hottest entertainment news stories! Caussin noted that “the easiest way to take a jab at your partner is using the kids,” while Kramer urged Green and Fox to put them first in the future.“There’s so much bitterness and hostility that unfortunately the kids get thrown into it and that’s really unfortunate,” the “Beautiful Lies” diner said. “But hopefully, I know a lot of parents that have been able to do a coparenting therapy after divorce and it’s really helpful for them because they can talk about all these things.”Mike Caussin and Jana Kramer Courtesy of Jana Kramer/Instagram- Advertisement – The Virginia native, who shares daughter Jolie, 4, and son Jace, 23 months, with the One Tree Hill alum, 36, added that if they got divorced, seeing the little ones on social media would “crush” him. Caussin noted that another man being in the photos would be a “big” deal.Mike Caussin and Jana Kramer Courtesy of Jana Kramer/InstagramThe conversation came up while he and Kramer discussed Brian Austin Green and Megan Fox’s recent drama after the Jennifer’s Body star, 34, called out her estranged husband, 47, for posting pictures of their three kids — Noah, 8, Bodhi, 6, and Journey, 4 — via Instagram.“I know you love your kids,” the Tennessee native commented on one of the BH90210 star’s social media uploads earlier this month. “But I don’t know why you can’t stop using them to posture via Instagram. You’re so intoxicated with feeding the pervasive narrative that I’m an absent mother, and you are the perennial, eternally dedicated dad of the year. You have them half of the time. Congratulations you truly are a remarkable human! Why do you need the internet to echo back to you what should be inexhaustibly evident in the way your children love you?”- Advertisement – Warming up to the idea. Mike Caussin initially was not on board with Jana Kramer sharing their two kids’ lives on social media.“I wasn’t completely comfortable at the beginning, but I became comfortable with sharing the kids so much,” the former professional football player, 33, said during the Monday, November 9, episode of their “Whine Down” podcast. “But then I was on board with it, and we never really discussed my reservations around it. But I’m all for it, and that’s our decision as a couple.”- Advertisement –
We keep delaying macOS updates simply because of how long each minor update takes to install. Big Sur wants to fix that. Apple says software updates will begin in the background and the actual installation process will be much faster than before. There’s no reason to delay those updates any more.2. Messages on macOS is finally as good as its iOS counterpartIf you use iMessage, the Messages app is probably a big part of your daily workflow. All these years, we’ve always felt that Messages on macOS needs a major update to bring it on par with the iOS app. Features such as sending stickers and lovely iMessage effects weren’t available on macOS until Big Sur came along. Now, we finally have the Messages upgrade we’ve been waiting for, with support for pinned conversations, inline replies, message effects, and so much more on Big Sur.The best part is that it also adds support for localised message effects for India. Messages such as Happy Diwali and Happy Holi will automatically apply these effects, even when they’re written in any of 23 Indian languages supported on macOS Big Sur.3. New macOS fonts for India- Advertisement – A few months ago, macOS 11 Big Sur got a major version number upgrade. Some of us thought it’d be version 10.16 (since Catalina was labelled 10.15), but Apple decided to bump it up all the way up to 11. With the recent launch of Macs powered by Apple Silicon powered Macs, it’s quite clear why Apple chose to make the step up. macOS 11 Big Sur is the first version of the OS to natively support the new Macs that have switched from Intel silicon to Apple’s own SoC.Having used Big Sur (on Intel-powered Macs) for a while now, it’s clear that even for those who don’t immediately upgrade to Apple’s latest Macs, there is a lot to watch out for in the new operating system. Here are some of our favourite features from macOS Big Sur, including some features optimised for India.1. Quicker updates- Advertisement – – Advertisement – Just as iOS 14 added support for new Indian fonts, macOS Big Sur has added support for 20 new document fonts for India, along with updates to 18 Indian fonts to add italics and more font weights.4. Safari is faster and more power efficientThis year, on macOS Safari has a customisable start page where you can add your own wallpaper, and change the layout to personalise it to your taste. Apart from this, Safari also loads pages faster and is better at conserving battery life — both very important features for those who use MacBooks for work. The new Privacy Report feature is great to check which trackers have been blocked and how your privacy is being protected.5. Control CentreThe iOS-ification of macOS is a slightly controversial subject, but in many cases it does add useful features. For example, we’ve already spoke about Messages on macOS, which is finally the app it should always have been. Similarly, macOS gets the Control Centre that iOS has had for a few years. You can quickly access common settings such as Wi-Fi, AirDrop, and more, without going to System Preferences every time.6. Voice Memos gets some cool features- Advertisement – Just like its iOS counterpart, Voice Memos on macOS also gets neat features such as Enhanced Recordings, which quickly reduces background noise and allows you to focus on the speaker’s voice. You also get neat features such as Smart Folders that automatically categorises recordings and the ability to mark certain recordings as favourites for easy access.7. Reduce battery ageingWith macOS Big Sur, you get to see a graph of battery usage history — just as you do on iOS — which is great to keep an eye on how much actual battery life you’re getting. Additionally, Big Sur introduces a feature called Optimised Battery Charging to reduce battery ageing. This feature allows macOS to learn your charging routine and slow down charging when your Mac is connected to a charger for an extended period of time. Apple says this will reduce battery wear and improve its lifespan.Which is your favourite macOS Big Sur feature? Let us know via the comments.Are iPhone 12 mini, HomePod mini the Perfect Apple Devices for India? We discussed this on Orbital, our weekly technology podcast, which you can subscribe to via Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, or RSS, download the episode, or just hit the play button below.
Mr. Baker, 23, whom the Giants selected as the 30th overall pick of the 2019 N.F.L. draft and started in 15 of 16 games in his rookie season last year, was charged on Aug. 5 with four counts of armed robbery and four counts of aggravated assault. He was released by the team in early September. On Monday, Broward County prosecutors dropped all charges against Mr. Baker.- Advertisement – The lawyer representing three men who accused two N.F.L. players of robbery and assault in Florida was arrested on Monday morning and charged with attempting to extort roughly $800,000 from one of the athletes in exchange for having his clients alter their testimony.Four men accused the players of robbing them at gunpoint at a cookout on May 13, but three of them later recanted their testimony and the fourth refused to answer prosecutors’ questions, according to a statement from the Broward County state attorney.- Advertisement – A spokesperson for the New York Giants declined to comment via email. Mr. Dunbar, 28, still plays for the Seattle Seahawks, but the team announced on Nov. 13 that he was out with a knee injury.The case against Mr. Baker unraveled as the men who accused him began to change their story, or became uncooperative altogether. According to the Broward County Sheriff’s Office, Mr. Dean came under investigation in August after information emerged that he was trying to extort Mr. Baker.“The alleged victims and the known witnesses have become uncooperative and their credibility is inalterably tarnished,” Assistant State Attorney Paul R. Valcore said in a statement on Monday. One of Mr. Baker’s accusers refused to answer questions, and prosecutors moved to have that accuser held in contempt of court, Mr. Valcore said. The charges stem from the incident in May in Miramar, Fla., where, witnesses claimed, three men robbed people at a cookout of $70,000 in cash and jewelry after one of the men pulled a gun. The witnesses identified New York Giants cornerback DeAndre Baker, Seattle Seahawks safety Quinton Dunbar and a man wearing a red mask as the perpetrators. The man in the red mask was never identified, and charges against Mr. Dunbar were dropped in August, according to The Miami Herald. – Advertisement – William DeanCredit…Broward County Sheriff’s Office William A. Dean, 50, the managing partner of the Florida law firm Ford, Dean & Rotundo, was charged in Broward County on Monday with soliciting payments for three clients in exchange for their changing their testimony or ceasing to cooperate with prosecutors. A woman who answered the phone at Ford, Dean & Rotundo said Mr. Dean was unavailable to speak. Further calls asking the firm for comment on Mr. Dean’s arrest resulted in the line being disconnected. The Broward County Sheriff’s Office said on Monday that investigators believed that Mr. Dean wanted Mr. Baker to pay each of his clients more than $266,000 in exchange for either changing their testimony or refusing to cooperate further with prosecutors in the case. “Evidence in the case reveals that Dean told Baker’s attorney that his clients would do ‘anything you want, so long as the money is right,’” the sheriff’s office said in a statement.Mr. Dean was arrested by Broward County sheriff’s deputies and U.S. marshals in North Miami Beach early Monday morning.Citing a continuing investigation by the Broward State Attorney’s Office and the Broward Sheriff’s Office, a spokeswoman for Broward County declined to comment further about the case against Mr. Dean.Bradford Cohen, Mr. Baker’s lawyer, said on Monday that his client was the victim of a shakedown, and that Mr. Dean had originally sought $1.5 million. No money ever changed hands, Mr. Cohen said.“These guys wanted money to go away,” Mr. Cohen said of the men who accused Mr. Baker, noting that the accusers’ testimony changed over time. “I hope the N.F.L. will look at this case and let cases play out before they decide to suspend a player.”Asked why the case was filed against Mr. Baker when there supposedly were dubious witnesses, Mr. Cohen said: “Because it was a high-profile case. Your fame is a detriment when you have a criminal case against you.” – Advertisement –
Dec 18, 2007 (CIDRAP News) – Vigilance engendered by the possible family cluster of H5N1 avian influenza cases in Pakistan has led to many more reports of potential cases there, a World Health Organization (WHO) official said today.Gregory Hartl, a WHO spokesman in Geneva, told CIDRAP News there have been reports of “many more potential cases due to heightened sensitivity and enhanced surveillance,” though no more preliminary positive H5N1 tests have been reported.The WHO has sent a team to investigate the situation in Pakistan, where at least eight suspected H5N1 cases, including six among relatives, have been reported in the same area. Pakistan has had a number of H5N1 outbreaks in poultry in recent months, and the suspected human cases surfaced in the wake of culling operations.Pakistani health officials said eight people in the Peshawar area in northern Pakistan recently tested positive for H5N1 in a national lab, according to a Dec 15 WHO statement. News services have spoken of nine suspected cases, including four brothers and two of their cousins, raising concern about possible person-to-person transmission.Hartl, commenting today by e-mail, said three WHO representatives have arrived in Peshawar and begun investigating the Pakistani cases.He said US Navy Medical Research Unit 3 in Cairo has a portable laboratory that will arrive in Pakistan tomorrow to begin confirmatory tests of samples from the suspected cases.More than 30 contacts of the suspected patients have been tested for H5N1 so far, with no positive results, Hartl said. Regarding testing of people with suspicious symptoms, he said, “Last one tested that I know of was on Saturday, and he tested negative.”As reported previously, the four brothers with suspected H5N1 cases have another brother who lives in New York state and went to Pakistan to attend the funeral of a brother who died. The man, who lives in Nassau County on Long Island, reported possible H5N1 exposure on his return to the United States, went into voluntary home quarantine, and was tested. The quarantine ended Dec 9, after he tested negative in a state lab and at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, according to a Dec 16 statement by the New York State Department of Health. The man’s son, who was ill before and after the man returned home, also was tested and cleared.Meanwhile, Indonesian officials said today they are investigating several recent human H5N1 cases in which patients had no known contact with infected birds, according to an Agence France-Presse (AFP) report.The vast majority of human H5N1 cases have been attributed to contact with infected birds, but probable human-to-human transmission has occurred in a few cases. Increased human-to-human transmission would be regarded as the possible prelude to a pandemic.According to AFP, Bayu Krisnamurthi, head of Indonesia’s National Avian Influenza Committee, told reporters, “In the last three or four months, we have had four cases where the poultry in the victims’ neighborhoods (tested) negative for the virus. The number is significant enough for us to intensify our investigations so that we could have a more accurate explanation.”Krisnamurthi said the proportion of cases involving no known contact with poultry has increased from 20% in 2006 to 30% this year, AFP reported.Speaking at a press briefing on the avian flu situation in Indonesia, Krisnamurthi said a decrease in human cases this year signals that the country is making progress. The country has had 40 cases with 35 deaths so far this year, versus 55 cases and 45 deaths for all of last year, according to the WHO.The WHO today noted the death of Indonesia’s latest avian flu patient, a 47-year-old man from Tangerang who died Dec 13. The country’s overall H5N1 count has reached 115 cases with 93 deaths.Krisnamurthi said the agriculture ministry vaccinated 70% of Indonesia’s farmed poultry against H5N1 this year, but the quality of the vaccine needs improvement, AFP reported.See also: Dec 16 New York Dept of Health news release about New York brother of Pakistani patientsDec 18 WHO statement on death of 47-year-old avian flu patient in Indonesiahttp://www.who.int/csr/don/2007_12_18/en/index.html
Apartments “Larma” in Senj, owned by Draženka Biondić, are proud owners of the first quality label for accommodation in Lika-Senj County called “Blue & Green Homestay”, with all three subbrands: Hike friendly, Bike friendly and Motorbike friendly.Family accommodation in Lika is developing more and more, but not spontaneously, but step by step, and there is a special focus on quality accommodation, and the best way to develop family accommodation is through the label of quality accommodation or labeling. Thus, the Tourist Board of Lika-Senj County made a special quality label “Blue & Green Homestay”, with three sub-brands: Hike friendly, Bike friendly and Motorbike friendly.Capacity of 16 people, through 8 rooms and suites Apartments Larma include cooking facilities and free WiFi, and are located in a quiet residential area, 500 meters from the nearest beach. The property is 500 meters from the center of Senj and 1 km from the old Nehaj Fortress. Accommodation will provide you with a satellite TV and a balcony. All units have a private bathroom with a shower, towels and bed linen. Their average rating on Booking.com is 8.1.Apartments Larma, Senj / Photo: Booking.com“Blue & Green Homestay” quality labelThe logo on a blue and green background represents Velebit degenia, an endemic plant from the Brassicaceae family. It is a strictly protected species, the rarest plant in Croatia and is a symbol of Velebit and Croatia, and is located on a 50 linden coin. Get involved, find more information at the Lika-Senj County Tourist Board.
According to Ivor Zidarić, president of the Val kultura Association, further development of the interactive tour The paths of living squirrels has great potential precisely in cooperation with IRTA doo, within which the Istra Inspirit project is being implemented, which has the possibility of networking stakeholders at the destination in cooperation with project partners. Considering the previous experiences of Istra Inspirit, which began to revive the stories, myths and legends of central Istria and whose performances in Pazin Castle were the motive for the arrival of a large number of domestic and foreign visitors, choosing it to interpret the legends of central Istria proved to be very good. and a clever train. In Pazin Castle, the cooperation of project partners in designing an interactive tour called Paths of Living Strigaria was presented, during which the legends of central Istria are staged, all as part of the integrated cross-border cultural and tourist project “Živa coprnija – Živa štrigarija”, Interreg Slovenia Croatia 2014-2020 . The interactive tour is designed to start in Pazin, in front of Kaštela, where the performers of Istra Inspirit stage a legend in the creation of the Pazin Cave and the giant Banu Dragonja. Visitors of the tour also have the opportunity to get acquainted with the legend of ostriches and Krsnik in Katun Lindarski, where they can try the famous Pazin candies with a glass of Malvasia and other Istrian delicacies prepared for their guests by the Šajina family from Ograda agritourism. This is followed by a trip to Žminj where the legend of the Orcs and the Moors is performed. The tour can also include the road to the Sopot waterfall, which is associated with the story of the villas that built the Arena and the mischievous Macmalići, and an unavoidable part is the staging of the legend of St. Nicephorus and the dancers in Pićan. A multi-hour interactive tour with elements of fun and education ends in Gračišće, in front of the Church of the Mother of God on the Square. “Impressions after the first interactive tour were very positive, which shows that in the field there is a need to create such products that revive the intangible heritage that becomes tangible and “alive” through the interpretation of experts in the manner of storytelling. The importance of developing such a tourist product that unites stakeholders in the destination, creating a new motive for arrival, is to the mutual benefit of all involved, said Slavica Tobok Kandic, director of the Istrian Development Tourism Agency – IRTA doo and added: More information about the project “Živa coprnija – Živa štrigarija” can be found on the official website website.
7. I mentioned a football club whose features you will find in many public areas. They are not touched because Hajduk is sacred. Full stop. Dear guests, 2. I reminded our dear guests of the pistol last year, so I don’t want you to miss it either. What is a siesta to us Spaniards is a pistol, an afternoon break from 14 to 17 p.m. The sun is too strong, the temperatures are high and it’s time to rest and grab strength for an evening out. Tourists want quality facilities and quality service (not to go through the prism a bit, they wait for coffee for half an hour), with quality infrastructure. That is the basis of tourism. Yes, they have to respect the destination, but do we respect it ourselves? Let’s start with ourselves. Also, it is easy to punish tourists, which is education, communication, signaling… so first prevention, and only then punishment. After all, all these years we have taught them ourselves (or allowed any behavior) patterns of how to behave in the destination, and now it takes time to change that. So that when you return to your homes, you can talk about Split as an experience that needs to be repeated, I will help you with 10 golden rules in navigating the Split mentality and Split sights: 3. With a little bit of a pistol, a fijak is added. It is with great pleasure that people here interpret it as “a state of consciousness with a great will for nothing.” As the sun sets, the fiasco subsides and the energy awakens. “I accompanied my message to our guests this year with clear posters about what we really shouldn’t do in the city. There is a lot that we should not do either, by adhering to the Communal Order and other city decisions, we would certainly contribute much more to the preservation of our heritage. Here is this year’s message: 6. The fan spirit of Split is inversely proportional to the state described through the terms a bit and fjaka. The people of Split are extraordinary fans, the atmosphere is always in every sport as if they were playing for all or nothing. Of course, the most attractive is cheering at Hajduk football matches, but don’t miss a single sporting event. Become a part of Split. 9. Like all Mediterranean people we are loud, but we do not like noise during holidays. Especially at night and especially under our window. You are on vacation and want to have fun, but do not do it by playing too loud music in the apartment because the people around you need a break so that you and other guests can be at your service the next day. 4. Spend a hot day at the beach. With the clear sea in the center, hardly any big city can boast. Can you remember in the heart of which big city you swam in the sea last time? 8. Split has other shrines: the Cathedral of St. Duje, Marjan, Diocletian’s Palace. We are restoring them and we want to preserve them for future generations of Split citizens and their guests. Help us with your approach and support us in that intention. Let’s preserve our, and in fact world, heritage together. This year marks 40 years since Diocletian’s Palace with its historic city center was included in the UNESCO Register. The mayor of the city of Split, Andro Krstulović Opara, last week on his own Facebook profile published a message to tourists with 10 golden rules in navigating the Split mentality and Split sights. Disconnect from everyday life, take a deep breath and immerse yourself in the magical world that this ancient city has to offer. Relax and let the spirit of Split take you because only then will you experience an unforgettable experience of an open Mediterranean city. 10. We wear bathing suits on the beach, and the usual clothes for this time of year everywhere. We are not pretentious, but for walking around the city without clothes or a piece of clothing or only in a bathing suit, you will pay a fine of 500 kuna immediately or a thousand after the misdemeanor proceedings. Why would you give up a dozen pizzas or 20 beers when you have about thirty kilometers of beaches in Split where you can show off your figure? Maybe it’s best not to go into detail with this story and just say – No comment… 1. “A little” is a word you will often hear. This is a city where no one is in a hurry, so there is no need or reason to get upset if it is not right now. A little bit, it will be, and when it is it will be great. After all, you’re on annual leave. We are transmitting the message in its entirety: Source: FB It would have been better if, through his address to tourists, he explained what to do in Split for seven days and what I can experience and where I can spend my money, on which we depend so much. Tourism staff will do their best to give you a good rest and bring back fond memories. The people of Split are extraordinary hosts, they will give you their soul and take your heart, the only thing they are looking for is respect for the way of life and our heritage, heritage and customs. I conclude with a short formula for a great holiday, fun and experience: enjoy and respect. It will be great for us. “ Welcome dear guests, But the issue of parking, strategic development, quality content, infrastructure, the problem of sewage entering the sea on the main waterfront, etc.… not a word. We must first begin to respect ourselves, in order for others to respect us as well. And that’s where we fall the most. Yes, tourists need to largely adapt to our culture and way of life, that’s why they travel, but for fijaku and a little there is not much space in tourism. Not least when we’re talking about poor service and content. Yes, tourists want to experience the atmosphere from Poljud, but not to eventually get hurt or to interrupt matches due to our problems, without going into the reasons or justification of the same. They want the positive, not the negative. Bad Humor or? 5. Picigin is played all year round, only in Split and only on one beach. In Bačvice. We even have the Picigin World Cup. To not later regret what you missed, put a towel under your arm, put on your slippers, go to Bačvice, find your square of sand from which you will watch the tireless players persevere so that they do not fall into the sea when passing the ball. If you are squeamish and prone to acrobatics, try picigin too. In the end, the Split Respect & Enjoy project should certainly be commended, but not this way. This is a very bad attempt to copy Dubrovnik, at least I personally associate it with that story, which in a much more serious and concrete way through the Respect the City project, is trying to face the challenges of excessive tourism. An attempt at bad humor or how to define it? How to move forward when the main helmsman of the city of Split communicates in such a frivolous and funny way? In fact, he obviously finds it very sympathetic. RELATED NEWS: RESTAURANTS AND BARS IN SPLIT WILL BE OPEN UNTIL MIDNIGHT, AND ON WEEKENDS UNTIL 02.00:XNUMX AM