Reverse phone – Myrlina Hermes http://myrlinahermes.com/ Thu, 19 May 2022 14:19:54 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://myrlinahermes.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/06/icon-6-150x150.png Reverse phone – Myrlina Hermes http://myrlinahermes.com/ 32 32 Hands-on: Huawei Mate Xs 2 review https://myrlinahermes.com/hands-on-huawei-mate-xs-2-review/ Thu, 19 May 2022 13:42:25 +0000 https://myrlinahermes.com/hands-on-huawei-mate-xs-2-review/ Huawei pioneered a breed of foldable phones that were thought to have been retired until we discovered the Mate Xs 2. The original Huawei Mate X, followed by the Huawei Mate Xs, is a series of phones that fold the opposite of the popular Samsung Galaxy. Z Fold 3, placing the foldable, wraparound display on […]]]>

Huawei pioneered a breed of foldable phones that were thought to have been retired until we discovered the Mate Xs 2. The original Huawei Mate X, followed by the Huawei Mate Xs, is a series of phones that fold the opposite of the popular Samsung Galaxy. Z Fold 3, placing the foldable, wraparound display on the front of the closed phone.

This unique, wraparound foldable design offers a host of benefits, presented by the Mate Xs 2’s predecessor. These include a slimmer body, larger tablet screen and a comfortable front display in smartphone mode. That’s compared to the hyper-tall 25:9 cover screen of the Galaxy Z Fold 2 and Z Fold 3 which is super narrow.

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Political turning point | News, Sports, Jobs https://myrlinahermes.com/political-turning-point-news-sports-jobs/ Tue, 17 May 2022 17:41:28 +0000 https://myrlinahermes.com/political-turning-point-news-sports-jobs/ A third member of the extremist group Oath Keepers pleaded guilty on May 4 to seditious conspiracy, admitting his role in the attack on the Capitol on January 6, 2021. The pleas provide further evidence that the right-wing campaign to whitewash on January 6, minimizing the extent to which the participants sought to […]]]>

A third member of the extremist group Oath Keepers pleaded guilty on May 4 to seditious conspiracy, admitting his role in the attack on the Capitol on January 6, 2021. The pleas provide further evidence that the right-wing campaign to whitewash on January 6, minimizing the extent to which the participants sought to stage an insurrection is not only cowardly but also dangerous. The attackers did not behave like “tourists;” they were not disarmed; January 6 was not a normal demonstration that got out of hand; the attack was not staged by far-left agitators posing as Trump supporters. Instead, it was a coordinated and concerted effort by pro-Trump fanatics, infuriated by then-President Donald Trump himself, to overthrow a presidential election through intimidation and strength.

William Todd Wilson led a North Carolina cell of the Oath Keepers, a heavily armed far-right radical group. According to the Department of Justice, Mr. Wilson admitted that “He has agreed with others to participate in a plan to use force to prevent, obstruct, and delay the execution of the laws of the United States governing the transfer of presidential power. He and others used encrypted and private communications, equipped themselves with a variety of weapons, donned combat and tactical gear, and stood ready to answer a call to arms. The goal was “to stop the transfer of power by disrupting a joint session of the United States Congress convened to verify and count electoral votes related to the presidential election.”

Mr Wilson hid an AR-15 type rifle, pistol and ammunition in a hotel in Virginia, the Justice Department said. Teams of “rapid reaction forces” were stationed in area hotels, waiting to join in the attack, according to court records. Mr. Wilson also brought “a large cane intended for use as a weapon and a pocket knife.” On Jan. 6, he was the first of the Oath Keepers co-conspirators to break into the Capitol, the Justice Department noted.

Mr. Wilson also admitted that after law enforcement secured the Capitol, he was present during a phone call between Chief Oathkeeper Stewart Rhodes and someone apparently close to Mr. Trump and heard “Rhodes repeatedly implores the individual to tell President Trump to call on groups like the Oath Keepers to forcibly oppose the transfer of power,” according to court records. It’s bad enough that a dangerous bigot like Mr. Rhodes apparently had access to someone in Mr. Trump’s inner circle. It is chilling to imagine what would have happened if his message had been relayed –” or if the Oath Keepers had been able to speak directly with Mr Trump.

January 6 should have been a turning point in our policy. Voters need to recognize that politicians’ stance on democracy is more important than tax rates, inflation, gas prices or any other political issue. Lawmakers who see the threat that growing illiberal forces pose to the nation must secure its democratic institutions. A bipartisan group of senators worked on updating the Electoral Count Act of 1887, whose misinterpretations served as a predicate of the events of January 6. Their window to fix the law, making it clear that neither the vice president nor Congress can nullify a presidential election in the way Mr. Trump and his supporters want, is ending. They need to move faster. They shouldn’t have a higher priority.

* Guest editorial by The Washington Post.




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A woman drives a VW Golf past a group of men outside a pool hall https://myrlinahermes.com/a-woman-drives-a-vw-golf-past-a-group-of-men-outside-a-pool-hall/ Sun, 15 May 2022 22:15:34 +0000 https://myrlinahermes.com/a-woman-drives-a-vw-golf-past-a-group-of-men-outside-a-pool-hall/ A woman drove a VW Golf into a group of people outside a pool hall in Bootle. Mobile phone footage emerged showing the car driving onto the pavement outside the PSD Sports Lounge on Stanley Road at around 9pm last night (Saturday May 14). In the first incident, the car rolled onto the curb and […]]]>

A woman drove a VW Golf into a group of people outside a pool hall in Bootle.

Mobile phone footage emerged showing the car driving onto the pavement outside the PSD Sports Lounge on Stanley Road at around 9pm last night (Saturday May 14).

In the first incident, the car rolled onto the curb and accelerated with a pedestrian on the hood. The man then fell from the hood onto the sidewalk.

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The Golf then returns to the scene and climbs a second time on the sidewalk. At one point the car was surrounded by a group of men who tried to open the door and blow out the mirrors.

No injuries were reported. ECHO spoke to an official at PSD Sports Lounge, who said the incident was unrelated to the club.

A police spokesman said: “We are requesting information after a car was driven towards a group of people in Bootle on Saturday evening (May 14).

“It was reported that several men and women were involved in an altercation outside the PSD Sports Lounge on Stanley Road at around 9pm.

“During the incident, a dark-coloured VW Golf car was driven by a woman involved in the altercation with people on the pavement. The car was then driven away.



A car was run over pedestrians outside a pool hall in Bootle

“No injuries have been reported to police at this stage. Officers attended and investigated the scene and spoke to potential witnesses.”

Detective Inspector Phil Atkinson said: ‘This was an incredibly dangerous incident and we are extremely lucky that no one was seriously injured.

“We know there were a number of people in the area at the time of the incident, and we are calling on anyone with information about what happened before and during this incident to contact the police while we are working to understand exactly what happened.

“Any information you provide could help bring the person responsible to justice.”

Anyone who witnessed the incident or has information is asked to contact @MerPolCC on Twitter or Merseyside Police Contact Center on Facebook or call 101 with reference 22000331889.

You can also call Crimestoppers, anonymously on 0800 555 111, or their online form at https://crimestoppers-uk.org/give-information/forms/give-information-anonymously.

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Guide of the day presented by Kinecta: LA Galaxy vs FC Dallas | May 14, 2022 https://myrlinahermes.com/guide-of-the-day-presented-by-kinecta-la-galaxy-vs-fc-dallas-may-14-2022/ Fri, 13 May 2022 23:16:18 +0000 https://myrlinahermes.com/guide-of-the-day-presented-by-kinecta-la-galaxy-vs-fc-dallas-may-14-2022/ Thank you for making plans to join us for the LA Galaxy home game against FC Dallas at Dignity Health Sports Park. 90s night May 14 is the first of the LA Galaxy’s themed nights for 2022. Enjoy special activations and experiences throughout the night, including new merchandise inspired by the past available, as well […]]]>

Thank you for making plans to join us for the LA Galaxy home game against FC Dallas at Dignity Health Sports Park.

90s night

May 14 is the first of the LA Galaxy’s themed nights for 2022. Enjoy special activations and experiences throughout the night, including new merchandise inspired by the past available, as well as music and visuals 90s in the stadium. Twizzle, the Galaxy’s first mascot, will make an appearance alongside Cozmo during the game.

soccer party

Check out Kinecta Plaza for Star Squad, youth programming, activity check-ins, item pickup, and photo opportunities.

Face coverings are no longer necessary

Per current Los Angeles County guidelines, face coverings are recommended but no longer required inside Dignity Health Sports Park.

Bag Policy

Dignity Health Sports Park has a clear bag policy. We encourage you to avoid bringing a bag for a more efficient and contactless entry experience. BAGS POLICY | PROHIBITED ITEMS

Access your tickets

All tickets and parking are digital and will be accessible through the LA Galaxy app or AXS app (swiping a credit card or driver’s license will no longer be allowed). Fans should download the latest version of the LA Galaxy app or AXS app and log in before arriving at the stadium to ensure their pre-purchased passes and parking tickets are accessible. For assistance, please call 1-877-3GALAXY.

Galaxy Express

The Galaxy Express offers fans free nonstop shuttles to and from Dignity Health Sports Park for every LA Galaxy home game and includes free parking at Del Amo Station or the Harbor Gateway Transit Center.
The Galaxy Express shuttle will start at 6:00 p.m. on Saturday, operating approximately every 10 minutes and covering the 15th minute of the game. Round trips will begin after the match and will last 45 minutes. Parking is free at our two Galaxy Express pick-up/drop-off locations:

Harbor Gateway Transit Center – 731 W. 182nd St. Gardena, CA 90248

Del Amo Station – 20220 Santa Fe Ave. Rancho Dominguez, CA 90220

See more information about the Galaxy Express here. Masks are mandatory for Galaxy Express passengers.

Stadium parking lot

Fans parking onsite are encouraged to arrive early and pre-purchase parking. CAR PARK

Arrive early – Large crowds are expected due to the Premier Boxing event taking place at the same time

(Please note that credit/debit card will be the only form of payment accepted when purchasing on-site parking.)

Concessions

Throughout the game, fans will be able to order concessions through the LA Galaxy app and have them ready for pickup at designated concession stands. Separate concession stands will offer walk-in shopping.

Merchandise

The LA Galaxy Team Store inside the stadium located in the main plaza near SoccerFest will be open on match day. email address on their account. The discount barcode will then appear and can be added to your phone’s digital wallet.

Cashless experience

Dignity Health Sports Park has provided reverse ATMs to convert cash into prepaid cards, which you can also use outside the stadium. Reverse ATMs are located at Legends Plaza outside the stadium and in the East and West Concourses inside the stadium.

Need help during the game?

Support is just a text away! Fans can text 502-4ASSIST (502-427-7478) during LA Galaxy games for any situation requiring additional assistance.

Please visit our FAQ page or email us at customerservice@lagalaxy.com.

Plan your game day

Find your way around the stadium with our interactive stadium map.

LA Galaxy vs. FC Dallas Timeline of Events

2:00 p.m. – All parking doors open

5:45 p.m. – Premium/STM doors open

6:00 p.m. – All stadium gates are open

6:00 p.m. – Galaxy Express starts working

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Jan. 6 committee issues subpoenas to 5 House Republicans https://myrlinahermes.com/jan-6-committee-issues-subpoenas-to-5-house-republicans/ Thu, 12 May 2022 17:38:00 +0000 https://myrlinahermes.com/jan-6-committee-issues-subpoenas-to-5-house-republicans/ Lawmakers on the panel pondered for months whether to subpoena fellow Republicans, wondering if they had the constitutional right to do so and wondering if they wanted to set such a precedent. And with hearings less than a month away, the panel faces a countdown to get all the information they can. “The select committee […]]]>

Lawmakers on the panel pondered for months whether to subpoena fellow Republicans, wondering if they had the constitutional right to do so and wondering if they wanted to set such a precedent.

And with hearings less than a month away, the panel faces a countdown to get all the information they can.

“The select committee has learned that several of our colleagues have information relevant to our investigation into the January 6 attack and the events leading up to it,” said panel chairman, Democratic Rep. Bennie Thompson of Mississippi, in a press release. “Ahead of holding our hearings next month, we wanted to provide members with the opportunity to voluntarily discuss these issues with the committee.”

“Unfortunately, those receiving subpoenas today have refused and we are compelled to take this action to help ensure the committee finds out the facts about January 6,” he continued. “We urge our colleagues to obey the law, do their patriotic duty and cooperate with our investigation as hundreds of other witnesses have done.”

The committee has scheduled depositions from members of Congress for the end of May.

CNN has reached out to all five members of Congress for comment.

In its initial letter to McCarthy in January, the panel made it clear that it wanted to ask him about his communications with former President Donald Trump, White House staff and others in the week following the January 6 attack, “particularly regarding President Trump’s state of mind at the time.”

The committee also wanted to understand how McCarthy’s public comments since the attack had shifted from criticism to Trump’s defense over time, and wondered if Trump pressured him to change his tone when the couple met at the end of January 2021.

Since the panel’s letter to McCarthy, new audio has revealed that in the days following the Jan. 6 uprising, the minority leader considered asking Trump to step down. The audio also revealed that McCarthy told Republican lawmakers on a private conference call that Trump admitted to having some responsibility for the deadly attack.

The panel first contacted Jordan, one of Trump’s staunchest allies on Capitol Hill, in December to learn more about communications he had with Trump on Jan. 6 and with Trump allies who were stationed in the Hotel Willard’s war room in the days leading up to it. to attack.

Jordan and Trump spoke on the phone on the morning of Jan. 6, 2021, while Trump was in the White House residence, White House call recordings in the possession of the panel, first reported, showed. by CNN. Since Jordan first acknowledged he spoke to Trump on the phone that day, the Ohio Republican and Trump loyalist have dismissed questions about it or been inconsistent in their responses.

Jordan was also previously identified as one of the lawmakers who texted White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows that the committee has in its possession. The message Jordan delivered to Meadows on January 5, 2021 outlined a legal theory that then-Vice President Mike Pence had the power to block certification of the 2020 election.

Jordan was selected by McCarthy in July to be one of five GOP members on the Jan. 6 committee, but House Speaker Nancy Pelosi rejected McCarthy’s selection of Jordan, along with GOP Representative Jim Indiana Banks because she said their appointments could impact the “integrity of the investigation.” Pelosi’s decision led McCarthy to withdraw its five members, which further aggravated the two parties’ desire to work together, and led Pelosi to select GOP Representatives Liz Cheney of Wyoming and Adam Kinzinger of Illinois to sit to the panel.

Perry was the first lawmaker the committee asked for voluntary cooperation because of the key role he played in trying to help Trump undermine the 2020 election. Text messages obtained by CNN that came out after the initial letter of the panel filled in significant gaps about Perry’s role at nearly every turn in plans to void or delay certification of the 2020 election.

Text messages selectively provided by Meadows to the committee show that Perry was pushing for the nation’s top intelligence official to investigate baseless conspiracy theories and worked to replace the acting US Attorney General with a sidekick ready to do Trump’s bidding.

“From a friend of Intel: DNI must instruct the NSA to immediately seize and begin searching for Dominion-related international communications,” Perry wrote to Meadows on Nov. 12, 2020, just five days after the election was called for Joe Biden.

In the text, which had not previously been reported, Perry appeared to urge Meadows to ask then-Director of National Intelligence John Ratcliffe to order the National Security Agency to investigate denied claims that the machines to vote in the Dominion had been hacked by China.

A recent court filing also revealed how Perry played a key role in strategizing with Trump allies to reject electoral votes in states that Trump lost.

In testimony released in April, Trump’s former White House aide Cassidy Hutchinson spoke to House investigators about Perry’s role in White House strategy sessions.

“Mr. Perry is the one that comes to mind immediately as I remember him being physically there and I was pushing him away,” Hutchinson said, describing how the Pennsylvania Republican clashed with the attorney. from Trump to the White House over whether the plan for states to submit another voter list was legally valid.

A November 21, 2020 text shows that Meadows even went through Perry in order to get in touch with local lawmakers in his state.

“Can you send me the number for the President and the Leader of the PA Legislature. POTUS wants to chat with them,” Meadows wrote to Perry.

The texts also show that Perry acted as an intermediary between Meadows and Justice Department lawyer Jeffrey Clark, a relatively obscure official who became a central figure in Trump’s election scheme after the former president nearly scolded him. appointed acting attorney general days before the US Capitol riot. .

The messages draw a direct link between Perry, Clark and the Trump White House-led effort to enlist the Justice Department to help overturn the election.

Last year, the Senate singled out Perry for his role in promoting Trump voter fraud plots.

Text messages in the possession of the panel reveal that Perry sent multiple text messages to Meadows requesting that the conversation move to the Signal encrypted messaging app or to alert Meadows to a message he sent on the encrypted platform.

Such a move could put the exchange beyond the reach of the committee because Signal does not collect or store user data, making it more difficult to provide that information to outside entities, including law enforcement and law enforcement agencies. congressional investigators, even under subpoena.

The panel reached out to Biggs earlier this month to discuss his participation in White House and remote planning meetings regarding “various aspects of Jan. 6 planning.”

In seeking Biggs’ voluntary cooperation, the committee said it wanted to understand “specifically” what it knew before the Jan. 6 violence, “about the goals, planning and expectations of the march on the Capitol”.

Biggs was also communicating with Meadows about efforts to persuade state lawmakers that the 2020 election was stolen and asked for their help in trying to overturn the election, according to communications in the committee’s possession.

Brooks came to the committee’s attention after revealing that Trump had repeatedly asked her to work to nullify the 2020 election and remove Biden from office.

This story was updated with additional developments on Thursday.

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Elon Musk says he will overturn former President Trump’s Twitter ban https://myrlinahermes.com/elon-musk-says-he-will-overturn-former-president-trumps-twitter-ban/ Tue, 10 May 2022 19:02:06 +0000 https://myrlinahermes.com/elon-musk-says-he-will-overturn-former-president-trumps-twitter-ban/ Billionaire Tesla CEO Elon Musk will soon be the new owner of Twitter if the deal goes through. Musk will reinstate former President Trump’s account once he owns the social network, he said. He called Twitter’s decision to ban Trump “morally wrong and downright stupid.” Loading Something is loading. Billionaire Tesla CEO Elon Musk would […]]]>
  • Billionaire Tesla CEO Elon Musk will soon be the new owner of Twitter if the deal goes through.
  • Musk will reinstate former President Trump’s account once he owns the social network, he said.
  • He called Twitter’s decision to ban Trump “morally wrong and downright stupid.”

Billionaire Tesla CEO Elon Musk would reinstate former President Donald Trump’s Twitter account if his acquisition of the social network is successfully completed later this year.

“I would reverse the permaban,” Musk said during a live interview with the Financial Times Tuesday afternoon. “We shouldn’t have permabans.”

Additionally, he called Twitter’s initial decision to ban Trump in January 2021, “a morally wrong decision, to be clear, and stupid in the extreme.”

At the time, Twitter banned Trump’s account “due to the risk of further incitement to violence”, following the attempted insurrection at the US Capitol on January 6, 2021.

Pushed specifically on the logic behind Trump’s ban, Musk said it still doesn’t warrant a permanent ban.

“I think permabans fundamentally undermine trust in Twitter as a public place where everyone can voice their opinion,” he said. “If there are any tweets that are false and bad, those should be deleted or made invisible, and a temporary suspension is appropriate. But not a permanent ban.”

The ban did not serve to “end Trump’s voice”, he said. “It amplified it among the right. And that’s why it’s morally wrong and downright stupid.”

Musk has repeatedly referred to Twitter as the “de facto public square” of the modern age – the digital equivalent of a public forum. To that end, he criticized Twitter’s decision to permanently ban Trump from the site several times before.

Even if Trump’s account were reinstated, it’s unclear if Trump would return. He has repeatedly said he won’t and instead sticks to the social media service he started after leaving office, Truth Social.

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Reverse Logistics Market to See Huge Growth by 2031 – Queen Anne and Mangolia News https://myrlinahermes.com/reverse-logistics-market-to-see-huge-growth-by-2031-queen-anne-and-mangolia-news/ Mon, 09 May 2022 10:27:13 +0000 https://myrlinahermes.com/reverse-logistics-market-to-see-huge-growth-by-2031-queen-anne-and-mangolia-news/ A new market study from Marketreports.info, the Global reverse logistics market, is expected to experience tremendous growth in the coming years. Analysts also analyzed ongoing trends in Reverse logistics and growth opportunities in industries. These shareholders include the following manufacturers of outdoor advertising: CH Robinson, Yusen Logistics, DB Schenker, FedEx, United Parcel Service (UPS), The […]]]>

A new market study from Marketreports.info, the Global reverse logistics market, is expected to experience tremendous growth in the coming years. Analysts also analyzed ongoing trends in Reverse logistics and growth opportunities in industries. These shareholders include the following manufacturers of outdoor advertising: CH Robinson, Yusen Logistics, DB Schenker, FedEx, United Parcel Service (UPS), The Deutsche Post, Deliveryontime Logistics, Kintetsu World Express, Delcart, Core Logistic, Safexpress. The world Reverse logistics The market research report provides a picture of the competitive landscape of the international market. The report conveys the details resulting from the analysis of the targeted market. Initially, the Reverse logistics The market report shares key aspects of the industry with impact details and Reverse logistics industry experts maintain consistent investigation with innovative trends, market share, and cost.

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Primary sources are primarily industry experts in core and related industries and manufacturers involved in all sectors of the industry supply chain. The bottom-up approach is used to plan the market size of Reverse logistics based on end-user industry and region in terms of value/volume. With the help of data, we support the primary market through the three-dimensional survey procedure and the first expert telephone interview and data verification, determine the individual market share and size, and confirm with this study.

Main companies covered in the report: CH Robinson, Yusen Logistics, DB Schenker, FedEx, United Parcel Service (UPS), The Deutsche Post, Deliveryontime Logistics, Kintetsu World Express, Delcart, Core Logistic, Safexpress

By TypeReturn Merchandise/ProductReusable PackagingRemanufacture, Redesign & RefurbishmentOtherBy ApplicationPackagingConsumer ElectronicsPharmaceuticalRetailAutomotiveOther

Regional analysis:
• North America
• Europe
• Asia Pacific
• Latin America
• Middle East and Africa

Key search:
The main sources are industry experts Reverse logistics industry, including management organizations, processing organizations and analytical service providers that deal with the value chain of industry organizations. We interviewed all major sources to collect and certify qualitative and quantitative information and to determine future prospects. The qualities of this study in the industry of industry experts, such as CEO, Vice President, Chief Marketing Officer, Chief Technology and Innovation Officer, Founder and key leaders of key companies and institutions in the major biomass waste containers across the world in extensive primary research conducted for this study We interviewed to acquire and verify both sides and quantitative aspects.

The research provides answers to the following key questions:
1) Who are the main competitors in the reverse logistics market?
Here is the list of players: CH Robinson, Yusen Logistics, DB Schenker, FedEx, United Parcel Service (UPS), The Deutsche Post, Deliveryontime Logistics, Kintetsu World Express, Delcart, Core Logistic, Safeexpress

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Contents
Global Reverse logistics Market Research Report 2022-2030, by Manufacturers, Regions, Types and Applications

1 Coverage of the study
1.1 Reverse Logistics Product
1.2 Key Market Segments in this Study
1.3 Key Manufacturers Covered
1.4 Reverse Logistics Market by Type
1.5 Reverse Logistics Market by Application
1.6 Objectives of the study
1.7 years considered

2 Executive summary
2.1 Global Reverse Logistics Production
2.2 Reverse Logistics Growth Rate (CAGR) 2022-2030
2.3 Competitive Landscape Analysis
2.4 Market Drivers, Trends and Issues

3 Reverse Logistics Market Size by Manufacturers
3.1 Reverse Logistics Production by Manufacturers
3.2 Reverse Logistics Revenue by Manufacturers
3.3 Reverse Logistics Price by Manufacturers
3.4 Mergers and acquisitions, expansion plans

4 Reverse Logistics Production by Regions
4.1 Global Reverse Logistics Production by Regions
4.2 United States
4.3 Europe
4.4 China
4.5 Japan
4.6 Rest of the world

5 Reverse Logistics Consumption by Regions
5.1 Global Reverse Logistics Consumption by Regions
5.2 North America
5.2 Mexico
5.3 Europe
5.4 Asia-Pacific
5.5 Central and South America
5.6 Middle East and Africa

6 Market Size by Type
6.1 Global Reverse Logistics Breakdown Data by Type
6.2 Global Reverse Logistics Revenue by Type
6.3 Reverse Logistics Price by Type

7 Reverse Logistics Market Size by Application
7.1 Overview
7.2 Global Reverse Logistics Breakdown Dada by Application

8 manufacturer profiles

9 Production Forecast
9.1 Reverse Logistics Production and Revenue Forecast
9.2 Reverse Logistics Production and Revenue Forecast by Regions
9.3 Reverse Logistics Major Producers Forecast

9.4 Forecast by Type

10 Consumption forecast
10.1 Consumption Forecast by Application
10.2 Reverse Logistics Consumption Forecast by Regions
10.3 North America Market Consumption Forecast
10.4 Europe Market Consumption Forecast
10.5 Asia Pacific Market Consumption Forecast
10.6 Central & South America Market Consumption Forecast
10.7 Middle East & Africa Market Consumption Forecast

11 Upstream, Industry Chain and Downstream Customers Analysis
11.1 Reverse Logistics Upstream Market Analysis
11.2 Industry Chain Analysis of Reverse Logistics
11.3 Marketing and distribution
11.4 Reverse Logistics Distributors
11.5 Reverse Logistics Customers

12 opportunities and challenges, threats and factors affecting
12.1 Market Opportunities
12.2 Market Challenges
12.3 Porter’s Five Forces Analysis

13 key findings

14 Appendix
14.1 Research methodology
14.2 Author details
14.3 Disclaimer

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DC’s Joshua Williamson examines a post-Justice League world in Road to Dark Crisis https://myrlinahermes.com/dcs-joshua-williamson-examines-a-post-justice-league-world-in-road-to-dark-crisis/ Fri, 06 May 2022 01:54:00 +0000 https://myrlinahermes.com/dcs-joshua-williamson-examines-a-post-justice-league-world-in-road-to-dark-crisis/ The Dark Crisis is upon us and the world is now left without its most iconic Justice League heroes. Everyone is still trying to catch up and come to terms with what they’ve lost, but they don’t have much time to grieve, as Pariah’s dark army is on the move and ready to set foot […]]]>

The Dark Crisis is upon us and the world is now left without its most iconic Justice League heroes. Everyone is still trying to catch up and come to terms with what they’ve lost, but they don’t have much time to grieve, as Pariah’s dark army is on the move and ready to set foot on the scene. neck of our world. That’s where we find ourselves in Justice League: Road to Dark Crisis #1, which follows several of DC’s remaining heroes, each dealing with the crisis in their own way and attempting to fill the void left by the League. I had the chance to speak to Joshua Williamson, writer of Road to Dark Crisis and Dark Crisis, about the matter, including how the heroes deal with the death of the League, what really lies behind the Pariah War, and more.

The issue kicks off with a great story of Nightwing and Superman (Jonathan), and Death of Superman fans are sure to find some great nods to that story and era in the issue. “Yeah, man, that was one of the things that was really cool about working on that story, that was obviously working with Dan, but it was starting to make him revisit that,” Williamson said. “It was really funny talking to him on the phone about that scene and saying, ‘Which one do you want to do?’ And back and forth. And then he called me, and he was like, ‘Yo, should Nightwing have the ponytail?’ because he had the ponytail when it happened. And I was like, ‘God, he’s got the ponytail. Give him the ponytail.’ He was like, ‘Well, some people don’t like the ponytail.’ And I’m like, “Hey man, listen. Continuity matters. He had a ponytail. We leave the ponytail.”

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“I always remember that scene in Nightwing when Scott McDaniel had it…He fights a ninja and the ponytail got cut in the middle of the fight, and that’s how they got rid of it But yeah, working with Dan Jurgens was really cool, and it was my dream to work with him,” Williamson said. “When we started, when we knew we were going to do a story about John and Nightwing talking about death. I was like, ‘This must be Dan Jurgens, this must be Dan Jurgens’. So I’m with my editor in chief, and I was like, ‘Hey, can we have Dan Jurgens? He was like, ‘Damn yeah, we can make this happen.’ So I was able to talk to Dan Jurgens on the phone. We talked about the whole story. I was like, ‘Look, that’s what I think. That’s what I have to do. That’s the theme of this one. And then Dan just knocked it out of the park. It was an awesome experience.”

One of the overriding themes throughout the issue is how the heroes of the DC Universe deal with League death differently, and we get a front row seat to two very unique approaches when Superman and Nightwing team up. . Nightwing has seen so many die and then come back, so this is truly a first experience for Jon.

“Yeah. That’s what I was looking for. When we started putting this stuff together a long time ago and I was writing, first I wrote Dark Crisis #1, then I wrote Justice League #75 , and then I wrote this. And so, I was able to kind of reverse-engineer a few pieces. But because of that, very early on, I was like, ‘I’m really curious how people are going to react to this story.” So even the idea, when we announced that the Justice League, how people are going to react? And I thought to myself, “Some people are not going to believe it. And some people are going to believe it.” And that’s even been my experience ever since. I have people, even when 75 came out, there are people who were like, ‘Oh, death doesn’t make sense. It doesn’t mean anything. “And then I have people who are super pissed off,” Williamson said.

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“So by being able to see that experience, we knew we were going. I knew that, and even writing that Road To stuff, I wrote that particular chapter before announcing it. And so, I knew that ‘going into this thing, I’m like, ‘Oh, there’s going to be different reactions to this.’ And that was part of my motivation, let’s show that. If we know that, if we know that people are going to have different reactions to the idea of ​​death in the DCU, let’s show that through the characters,” Williamson said. . “Let’s use two characters, one who has a lot of experience with this, and one who doesn’t. And that’s Jon and Nightwing. So that was a big part of my motivation for putting this story together was to show those different points of view that I knew readers and fans were going to have.”

We also see current events through the eyes of Wally West, and between this issue and what’s happening in the Nightwing solo series, it’s really wonderful to see Wally become Wally.

“Being Wally, man. We did a retail meeting. I also talked about it at the time, but I feel very lucky that whoever follows me on Flash can do a Wally book, something that I always wanted to do,” Williamson mentioned. “I always wanted to write Wally and Flash and it never worked out. So the idea that now it’s about Flash, it’s about Wally, and it’s written by Jeremy who understands really and really having fun with this book. I think that stuff is really essential. So, yeah, I’m really excited about that too.

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If you’re a fan of DC’s extensive roster of characters, you’ll be pleased to know that Road to Dark Crisis takes advantage of that roster, bringing in some surprising faces as opposed to the regular crew. While Nightwing, Hal Jordan and more are of course in the mix, we also have welcome screen time for characters like Nocturna and Spoiler.

“I agree. Yeah, that’s one of the things that was a big part of Dark Crisis for me is that it felt like I saw those stories from those perspectives” , Williamson said. “Let’s look at them from different angles. That’s a big part of it. I saw the big summer event through the eyes of the Justice League, and don’t get me wrong, Justice League is important to the story, but I’ve seen it. So I want to see it from different people, and that’s where Nocturna and Spoiler came from. That’s where the Wally and Wallace stuff came from, and I’m obviously we’ve seen some But a big part of this story is Wally talking about how Wallace reacts to things, and so I just wanted to show different points of view, and that’s going to be a big part of Crisis as well as you can see different points of view that you are not used to seeing.”

The issue also provides a much clearer picture of what’s driving Pariah over the edge in this all-out war he’s waging, but while there are answers here, Williamson teases that all may not be as it seems.

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“Yeah, there’s a couple tricks to that that we’ll get to later because you kind of have to start evaluating like is that darkness, or is that in Pariah’s head and how much of that is real and not ?And those are things that we play with as we go through Dark Crisis,” Williamson said. “But yeah, I wanted to show the motivation for Pariah and kind of tease some of that stuff, and that’s what I had talked about with Philip Kennedy Johnson was, ‘These are the parts I need for Pariah. ‘ And I knew he would get it, and he knocked it out of the park. He really did a really good job of showing you who Pariah was, in an emotional way, not just a history lesson. that part of me was like, “I’m going to give a history lesson. And I was like, ‘No, no. Let’s talk about this character’s emotions a little bit.’ And that’s what Philip brought to the table,” Williamson said.

Justice League: Road to Dark Crisis #1 hits comic shops May 31, and you can find even more Dark Crisis and DC Comics coverage on our ComicBook Nation podcast, which streams live on Twitch every Friday. at 11 a.m. CST. You can also watch full episodes on Apple Podcasts and Spotify.

Are you excited for Dark Crisis? Let us know in the comments or, as always, you can talk all things comics with me on Twitter @MattAguilarCB!

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Where can I find information on access to abortion https://myrlinahermes.com/where-can-i-find-information-on-access-to-abortion/ Tue, 03 May 2022 21:10:00 +0000 https://myrlinahermes.com/where-can-i-find-information-on-access-to-abortion/ Monday, a draft notice disclosed revealed that the United States Supreme Court is likely to repeal soon Roe vs. Wade. If finalized, the ruling would overturn nearly five decades of legal abortion access nationwide. The news is coming after years of anti-abortion advocacy groups nibble the constitutional right to choose by promoting restrictive state legislation. […]]]>

A person looks at information about mifepristone, a drug used to terminate pregnancy, on their phone.

Monday, a draft notice disclosed revealed that the United States Supreme Court is likely to repeal soon Roe vs. Wade. If finalized, the ruling would overturn nearly five decades of legal abortion access nationwide.

The news is coming after years of anti-abortion advocacy groups nibble the constitutional right to choose by promoting restrictive state legislation. Which means that in many places in the United States abortion has been difficult to access for some time. Which also means that there are already many helpful resources and organizations to help those seeking abortion care, beyond Planned Parenthood.

Gizmodo spoke on the phone with Ouchma Upadhyaya reproductive health expert at the University of California, who has verified that the resources listed below are among the best and most trusted on the Internet.

One big note: As of this writing, at least some form of abortion care is still legal in all states. The publication of the draft decision does not change this. If you are looking for an immediate abortion, know that you are protected by law in many cases.

Also, apropos of nothing, here’s a reminder that there’s many ways for surf the internet and communicate more securely. You know, just in case you want minimize the risk those things that you are watch online or messages about it could be seen by others. Incognito mode, VPNs, Tor, and encrypted messaging apps like Signal are all worth checking out.

1) Guttmacher Institute

Guttmacher is a nonprofit research and policy organization dedicated to reproductive health and rights. If you are looking for a reliable breakdown of restrictions and the laws in your area, they provide regularly updated lists of which rules apply where. Their website also has some useful tools, like this card who can help you figure out where to go for in-clinic abortion care or that restrictions spreadsheet on medical abortion.

2) Map C

And, speaking of, Diet C is a comprehensive resource for learning more about access to medical abortion. “For anyone looking for more information on self-managed abortion, Plan C is the best site. It is the most authoritative site on the subject,” Upadhyay said.

In the United States, prescriptions for medical abortions involve two types of drugs: mifepristone and misoprostol, and are currently offered to people with up to 11 weeks into their pregnancy. “We know that medical abortion is extremely safe. It’s safer than Tylenol, safer than Viagra. It is also very effective,” said Upadhyay, who co-author of a JAMA study demonstrating this safety and efficacy last year.

However, some states make it harder to get mifepristone and misoprostol than others, requiring an in-person consultation or multiple clinic visits, even though medications are easily and safely taken at home with minimal or no medical support. Self-managed abortion is another way for people seeking care to access it, and Plan C probably has answers to most of your questions as well as a guide to find abortion pills in your area.

3) Access to aid

Another great place to learn more about medical abortion is Access to aid. They provide instructions abortion pills, plus what to expect next in text and video formats. They also offer a service to help connecting people seeking medical abortion in every state with providers and prescribers.

4) just the pill

If you live in Minnesota, Montana, or Wyoming (or can easily travel to one of those states), just the pill can help you access medical abortion quickly and easily. They also offer birth control and STI treatments via telehealth with real medical providers. “They are very reputable,” Upadhyay said. There are other similar telehealth services that operate in other states. For example, Abortion on demand operates in at least 20 states, and Hi Jane operates in New York, Washington, Colorado and elsewhere.

5) National Network of Abortion Funds

Abortion care can be very expensive. For example, even Aid Access’s relatively affordable drug options start at over $100, and medical abortion isn’t the best option for everyone, especially those over 11 weeks pregnant. the National Network of Abortion Funds is here to help.

If you need help paying for an abortion, whether it’s covering direct medical costs or traveling to access care, NNAF is there for you. They regularly list and map update abortion funds in almost every state that can offer financial and material support. It’s also a great place to go if you’re looking for a place to donate. Donating to your local abortion fund directly helps your neighbors.

6) M+A Helpline

If you have decided to manage an abortion yourself or if you have a miscarriage, the M+A Hotline is here to tell you about these processes and the consequences. The helpline is staffed by clinicians with actual medical experience in miscarriage and abortion care. In addition, M+A will not ask you for any identifying information and will answer your questions in a secure and confidential manner. Their website also includes links to other resources for people seeking abortion and reproductive care.

7) Women help women

women help women is an organization that connects different resources to help improve access to abortion in the United States and around the world. They run self-managed abortion; Safe and Supported which offers several tools and guides to learn more about self-managed abortion and what to expect during the process. WHW also provides useful information for people outside the United States, organized by continent.

8) If/When/How

If/When/How provides legal advice and assistance to people who manage abortions themselves, or who might otherwise need protection and help navigating reproductive laws. They operate a hotline where you can talk to a legal expert on self-managed abortion and another for those under 18 seeking access to abortion care without parental consent. They also run a defense fundfor those who face legal consequences for self-managed abortions.

9) Pew Research Center

If you seek abortion care, you may feel like the world is against you. But the data says otherwise. Most people in the United States want abortion to be accessible. About six in ten American adults (59%) think abortion should be legal in almost all cases, according to a 2021 Pew Research poll. Majority or not on the Supreme Court, abortion advocates and politicians are in the minority. You’re not alone.

Also the UN said that access to abortion is a human right, and Upadhyay agrees. “Access to abortion is important for people’s autonomy,” she said. “Everyone has the human right to reproductive autonomy and being able to access safe abortion care is part of realizing that right.”

10) Social Media

Twitter and TikTok probably shouldn’t be your go-to for abortion care information. But social media sites can provide information on where to find abortion rights rallies and actions.

If after all this you feel like shouting out in a public square, or if you want to show your support for access to abortion in a physical space beyond the internet, many protests are breaking out across the country. . Twitter search for “anti-abortion rally” or similar terms and filtering the results for your area will likely provide useful information about planned or ongoing protests.

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Black artist Noah Purifoy’s legacy is the Joshua Tree Museum – San Bernardino Sun https://myrlinahermes.com/black-artist-noah-purifoys-legacy-is-the-joshua-tree-museum-san-bernardino-sun/ Sun, 01 May 2022 14:02:05 +0000 https://myrlinahermes.com/black-artist-noah-purifoys-legacy-is-the-joshua-tree-museum-san-bernardino-sun/ For a world famous figure of art, Noah PurifoyThe Joshua Tree Museum of Art is not easy to find. From 29 Palms Highway, the main thoroughfare, you head north out of town through increasingly sparse neighborhoods, making a series of turns as street signs say “Pavement Ends.” The last two blocks, although still cobbled, are […]]]>

For a world famous figure of art, Noah PurifoyThe Joshua Tree Museum of Art is not easy to find.

From 29 Palms Highway, the main thoroughfare, you head north out of town through increasingly sparse neighborhoods, making a series of turns as street signs say “Pavement Ends.” The last two blocks, although still cobbled, are so bumpy that even rumbling in slow motion, I wondered if my Fiat might crumble.

If so, Purifoy would have found a use for the coins. The Noah Purifoy Open-Air Art Museumat the end of a short dirt road, represents the life’s work of an iconoclast who transformed found objects – scrap metal, essentially – into sculptures and assemblages.

Museum is a fancy word for what you will find.

On 10 acres of desert, the land where the artist spent his last years, Purifoy created a kind of fantasy village from scraps, all arranged around the property and exposed to the elements. You park on the side of the road and drive in.

No one is there to ask you for money, do a temperature check, or sell you a membership. On a weekend there may be volunteers present, but the museum is open from dawn to dusk every day of the year, freewithout staff on site.

Grab a brochure with a map identifying the 30 rooms and explore.

The interior of this carousel contains an array of unexpected objects, including mannequins, toasters, musical instruments and old computer equipment. It is part of the installations at the Noah Purifoy Outdoor Art Museum in Joshua Tree. (Photo by David Allen, Inland Valley Daily Bulletin/SCNG)

There are the remains of an old carousel, the rotting wood, the interior filled with dusty computer screens, like a control center from “Lost”.

Three wooden ladders are lined up, ropes stretched between them. It’s called “San Francisco Oakland Bay Bridge”.

The centerpiece of the village is the approximate size and dimensions of a boat and can be climbed and navigated as if at sea. The whole thing is painted white and called the White House.

The political commentary of Purifoy, a black man born in 1917 in Alabama, is clearer in a few places.

Bitter humor marks this room in the image of the segregated South in which black artist Noah Purifoy, born in Alabama in 1917, grew up. It is part of the works of the Noah Purifoy Outdoor Art Museum in Joshua Tree. (Photo by David Allen, Inland Valley Daily Bulletin/SCNG)

Two water fountains stand side by side. One is a fountain labeled “White” and the other is a toilet bowl labeled “Colored”. This is perhaps the most brutal and powerful piece here.

Elsewhere you’ll find “Voting Booth”, with three curtained booths, the reverse featuring three toilet seats, one red, one white, one blue, as if to illustrate where your vote is going.

The village has representations of a theater, a commissary, and a play area in the form of “65 Aluminum Trays”, which assembled cafeteria-like trays into an undulating shape like a children’s slide. The village also has a gallows, which took on new relevance after January 6.

“Ode to Frank Gehry”, background and “65 aluminum trays” are among the sculptures at the Noah Purifoy Outdoor Art Museum in Joshua Tree. The museum is the legacy of Purifoy, a black artist who lived on the site from 1989 until his death in 2004. (Photo by David Allen, Inland Valley Daily Bulletin/SCNG)

Some of the installs fall more into the “huh?” category, either because I don’t understand them, or because they are half-decomposing or half-collapse. You won’t need to spend hours here. Luckily there are no toilets. (Also, thankfully, no gift shop and no themed restaurant with craft cocktails.)

My first visit was in March 2021, drawn by my positive memory of a 2015-16 exhibition of Purifoy’s assemblages at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, for many of us our introduction to his name and work.

And this March, back in Joshua Tree, I came back for an encore. Each time there were half a dozen to a dozen others, some speaking various European languages, reflecting the popularity of Joshua Tree National Park.

Who was Noah Purifoy? Not the primitive, self-taught hermit I might have expected, a la Simon Rodia, the worker who built the Towers Watts as a hobby.

Purifoy served in the Navy during World War II, moved to Los Angeles and worked at the county hospital. One day, deciding he wasn’t doing a bit of good, he quit his job to go to the Chouinard Art Institute as the first full-time black student, graduating with a Bachelor of Fine Arts at age 39.

After Watts’ rebellion, Purifoy and others created a traveling exhibit, “66 Signs of Neon”, the product of two tons of debris and the conditions that made it available.

In 1989, outside Los Angeles, Purifoy retired to Joshua Tree, living in a friend’s trailer on a remote property lot, collecting junk and dreaming up assemblages of varying sizes and scales. He died there in 2004.

Joe Lewis knew him.

An artist and professor at UC IrvineLewis is president of the Noah Purifoy Foundation, a non-profit organization that looks after Purifoy’s site and art. He saw a 1997 exhibit by Purifoy at the California African American Museum and found it transformative, then met Purifoy himself.

Lewis once took his father, a contemporary of Purifoy, to the desert to meet him. “My dad used to call him ‘sir’ all day,” Lewis tells me over the phone, laughing at Purifoy’s impact. “He commanded that kind of respect.”

The foundation had to fight to make the site a museum. San Bernardino County looked at the site and saw, not without reason, a pile of junk and a code enforcement problem. Media attention, a campaign to explain the importance of Purifoy and a cleanup of the site resolved those concerns, Lewis says.

A man walks through the Noah Purifoy Outdoor Art Museum in Joshua Tree in March 2021. The outdoor desert museum is the legacy of Purifoy, a black artist who lived on the site until his death in 2004. (Photo by David Allen, Inland Valley Daily Bulletin/SCNG)

Attendance was light for years, with more press in Europe than in the United States, until the LACMA retrospective.

“It just exploded after that,” Lewis says. “During the pandemic it increased because it was outdoors and we were open, so maybe 15 people a day or so. They come from all over the world. »

The site’s long-term future is murky.

Immediate needs are met. I’ve noticed cool wooden steps in the White House, and Lewis shares that clothes in some facilities are regularly replaced and fresh paint applied.

Purifoy himself has carried out repairs over the years, Lewis says, explaining that “the preciousness of the art world” is not a factor here.

“We are in the process of securing funds to do a major inventory and develop a conservation/preservation plan,” he tells me.

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