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#1951 mrd

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Posted 12 October 2017 - 18:30

Danas su skolski distrikti u istocnom delu zaliva otkazali skolu, zbog dima.


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#1952 Honey Badger

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Posted 12 October 2017 - 20:32

The man had just caught the 14cm fish and had put it over his mouth as a joke but it wriggled free and jumped down his windpipe – causing a complete blockage.

Paramedics were called and when they arrived at Boscombe pier in Dorset on the night of 5 October they found that the man, who has not been identified, had collapsed and stopped breathing.

Friends were performing CPR, as directed by an emergency medical dispatcher on the line from the 999 control room.

 

https://www.theguard...mps-down-throat


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#1953 Sunshine State

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Posted 13 October 2017 - 04:10

Can't fix stupid!
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#1954 mrd

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Posted 13 October 2017 - 20:15

Sav sam zbunjen. Jutros su ponovo poceli vetrovi  koji rasplamsavaju utulelu vatru. Severni deo istocnog zaliva pored reke Sacramento i dalje ne ide u skolu, a kod mene je od jutros skocilo zagadjenje od dima i klince drzimo unutra, do daljnjeg. Nema fizickog napolju, nema utakmica.

 

Vatra je nevidjena komplikacija.

 

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#1955 alberto.ascari

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Posted 13 October 2017 - 20:42

Pijanac i ruska lutka - 2 u 1 - ponovo progovorio. U Savetu Evrope poručio Ukrajincima, da je okupacija Krima fait accompli i da treba da se dogovore sa putlerom oko kompenzacije. Ukrajinska politička reprezentacija ga je popljuvala unisono u roku od odmah a češka vlada i Senat su se distancirali od ove izjave.

 

Još malo, pa su izbori.


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#1956 Kido from Junkovac

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Posted 15 October 2017 - 02:49

http://www.huffingto...ref=ca-homepage

 

trudo i Liberali menjaju sopstveni predlog za taksiranje malih biznisa.

Damage control mode naravno, ali odradjen brzo i nadam se efikasno,

da se ostavi dosta taksiranja za milionere i da se zastite mali

igraci.

Tako se to radi. Kad cujem ovog retardiranog konzervativca Sheera, prosto mi nije jasno

ko su te dijabole koje glasaju za njih.

On govori neke gluposti a nakon govora njegovi skrndelji skacu i tapsu,

totalni ljigavci.

yebace ih Justin dugo i polako.


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#1957 Doorn

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Posted 16 October 2017 - 11:01

 

All groups in society in the Netherlands will be better off in the coming years, prime minister Mark Rutte said at the presentation of the new coalition government’s plans on Tuesday.

 

The agreement, thrashed out over a 4.5 month period between two Liberal and two Christian parties, is ‘ambitious and balanced’, the prime minister told reporters at a press conference within the parliamentary complex.

 

In particular, take-home pay will rise across the board and there will be more money for the care of the elderly, he said.

 

‘We have put together a package which will ensure that everyone in the Netherlands will be better off,’ he said. ‘More money for those in work, for the elderly, for neighbourhoods and for children. This is an agreement from which the normal, ordinary Dutch person, will really benefit.

 

’ CDA leader Sybrand Buma said the four parties had begun the negotiations from four different perspectives and that the choices his party have made ‘were not always easy ones’. Nevertheless, Buma, who will not take up a ministerial position, said he is proud of the final result.

 

In particular, he singled out increased spending on defence and the police for a special mention, as well as the need to pay more structural attention to culture and good citizenship.

 

Equal opportunities

D66 leader Alexander Pechtold described the agreement as an ‘ambitious’ one which will drive the Netherlands forward. He stressed the €2bn investment in education, research and innovation, and the pledge to ensure equal opportunities for all children.

 

Many of the cabinet’s plans have already been leaked and DutchNews.nl will publish a round-up of the main points later on Tuesday afternoon.

 

MPs are likely to debate the agreement with chief negotiator Gerrit Zalm on Thursday.

 

 

 

The 70-page agreement, thrashed out over a 4.5 month period between two Liberal and two Christian parties, is ‘ambitious and balanced’, the prime minister told reporters at a press conference within the parliamentary complex on Tuesday..

 

‘We have put together a package which will ensure that everyone in the Netherlands will be better off,’ he said. ‘More money for those in work, for the elderly, for neighbourhoods and for children. This is an agreement from which the normal, ordinary Dutch person, will really benefit.’

 

The main points: Income

The new coalition will shake up the income tax system by cutting the number of tax bands from four to two from 2019

The change will cut the tax bill of someone earning €40,000 by €1,200 a year, but middle and high earners will benefit most. In total, the tax cuts will cost €5bn

The new system will involve an income tax rate of 37% on earnings up to €68,000 and 49.5% for all income above that. Currently taxpayers are charged roughly 36.55% on earnings up to €20,000, 40.8% on earnings up to €67,000 and 52% above that

The 30% ruling for expats will be reduced from eight to five years

 

Work and benefits

The contract system (BBA) for freelancers will be replaced

Freelancers will have to earn at least €15-€18 an hour to be classed as self-employed

Paid paternity leave to be extended from two to five days in 2019 and new fathers will also be allowed to take a further five weeks off at 70% of their regular pay from 2020

Child benefits will go up by a total of €1bn

The pension system will be overhauled

 

Mortgages

The new coalition will reduce the rate at which mortgage holders can deduct interest from tax

The deduction will be reduced in four stages of 3%, so that by 2023, home owners will be limited to a 37% deduction. The current rate is 49.5%. The impact of this on people earning over €68,000 a year will be limited by cuts in income tax

Home owners who still have a mortgage to pay an extra tax (eigenwoningforfait) every year based on the official value of their homes. That tax is currently 0.75% but will be reduced to 0.6% to compensate for the reduction in mortgage tax relief

This tax will also be gradually extended to people who have already paid off their mortgages over a 30 year period

 

Asset tax

The amount paid in asset taxes will be cut by increasing the tax-free limit from €25,000 to €30,000. Assets include savings, shares, art and second homes

The parties have also agreed to cut the effective tax rate itself, with is currently around 4%, well above actual returns booked on savings

 

Other taxes

The lower value-added tax rate of 6% will be increased to 9%. The lower rate applies to food, books and entertainment and will add €20 a month to the average family’s grocery and entertainment bill

Some form of road pricing will be introduced for road freight traffic

Energy taxes will go up

The tax on tobacco products will increase

 

Employers

The new cabinet is to cut the basic rates of corporation tax from 25% to 21% while a tax rate of 16% will be levied over the first €200,000 in profits The cuts are to compensate for other changes which will require firms to spend more on sustainability and reaching climate targets, the sources said

Employers with up to 25 members of staff will only have to pay one year of sick pay, rather than two, as at present

Employers can employ people on temporary contracts for three years rather than two, as at present

The 15% tax paid by firms on the dividends they pay out to shareholders will go in an effort to make the Netherlands more attractive to foreign firms

Some form of tax on royalties and interest will be introduced

 

Refugees

Refugees with residency permits will no longer be able to claim welfare benefits or extra help in paying rent and health insurance for their first two years in the Netherlands

Local councils will be responsible for paying for refugees’ housing and health insurance directly, as well as helping them find work and settle into the Netherlands

While commercial ‘inburgering’ agencies will remain, the government will impose tougher standards on them

The four parties have decided it is ‘too legally complicated’ to make changes to the much criticised amnesty for child refugees, which allows some children considered to be well-rooted in the Netherlands to stay

Eight locations for emergency hostels for rejected refugees who can’t or won’t leave will be established

Refugees will only be given residency permits for three years, rather than five years as at present

 

Education

An extra €770m will be spent on primary teachers pay and improving working conditions

There will be a stronger focus on good citizenship in primary schools with lessons about the Dutch national anthem, the Wilhelmus, and compulsory visits to the Rijksmuseum and parliament

All 18-year-olds will be given a book about Dutch history

University and fees for first year students will be cut by €1,000 to around €1006. The fee will be cut for two years for students at teacher training colleges

Youngsters without any form of qualification which will help them get a job will have to stay in education until the age of 21

 

Healthcare

There will be a ‘broad social discussion’ on euthanasia

It will be easier to create human embryos for medical research into serious illnesses €2.1bn will allocated to care of the elderly and nursing homes

No change to the health insurance own risk payment of €385

 

Crime

The maximum sentence for inciting hatred to be doubled to two years

‘Outlaw motorbike gangs’ are to be banned

Fines will be increased for repeat and serious traffic offences

Prisoners will not automatically have their sentences cut by one third for good behaviour. Instead, the maximum reduction will be two years

Experiments with regulated marijuana production by licenced growers

Pimping will be banned and a licencing system for prostitutes will be introduced It will be a criminal offence to send revenge porn

Radical organisations which want to undermine democracy will be banned

 

Climate

More sections of the North Sea will be earmarked for wind farms

No new homes will have gas heating

The national climate targets will be incorporated into law and by 2030, CO2 emissions should be cut by 50% compared with 1990

All coal-fired power stations will be closed by 2030

 

Other measures

More options to have dual nationality, for both immigrants and emigrants €40m to strength

Dutch diplomatic presence abroad, reopen embassies and consulates

Youngsters will be given priority in government jobs if they have carried out some form of voluntary community work

The government is to stop asking people to fill in their sex on official forms when not relevant

Anti-discrimination legislation to be extended to include handicaps and sexual orientation

A one-off increase of €1bn on the development aid budget

There will be a move towards introducing elected mayors €1.5 bn in extra spending on defence €2bn extra for infrastructure, roads, public transport and bike paths

 
 
 

 

Opposition parties from across the political spectrum were quick to criticise the new coalition’s plans for the next 3.5 years, following its formal presentation on Tuesday.

 

‘This cabinet is putting multinationals above people,’ said Labour leader Lodewijk Asscher, with reference to cuts in corporate taxes and the tax on dividends. ‘It is giving billion euro gifts to big companies, foreign investors and big assets, while making the grocery bill and healthcare more expensive.’

 

GroenLinks leader Jesse Klaver, who pulled out of the first round of negotiations, said the cabinet is showing little ambition and is taking few concrete steps with regard to climate change. ‘This is a cabinet for big money, not for ordinary people,’ he said. ‘The richest 25% are going to benefit much more.’

 

SP leader Emile Roemer also highlighted the benefits to the corporate sector. ‘Rutte’s friends are doing well,’ he told reporters.

 

Interest groups and unions were also quick to respond. Student union LSVB slammed the failure of the four parties to bring back student grants, even though both the CDA and ChristenUnie had pledged to do so.

 

Transport group TLN said it wanted to meet the new cabinet as soon as possible to discuss the controversial plans to introduce some form of road pricing for the freight sector.

 

200 days

 

Pensioners lobby group ANBO said the plans are without bite. ‘We have waited for over 200 days for simple sums of adding and subtracting which will hit pensioners, people who have paid off their mortgages and people needing a lot of care the most.’

 

The FNV trade union pointed out that the decision to increase value added tax (btw) on food would make day to day living more expensive. ‘Corporate tax is going down but food, drink, water, books, art and going out to a cafe will be more expensive,’ the union stated.

 

Employers organisations, however, welcomed the new strategy, saying it laid a good basis for future developments. ‘The plans to improve the climate for entrepreneurship, the extra investments and the tax cuts will make our country stronger,’ the three main organistions said in a joint statement.

 

Refugees

Refugee lobby group Vluchtelingenwerk Nederland said the new coalition’s plans for migration and integration are extremely tough. ‘They smell of exclusion and refusal,’ the organisation said, while criticising the failure to reform the amnesty for child refugees. ‘The new cabinet has trust in the future but this government agreement does not give refugees any confidence in their future,’ the organisation said.

 
 

 

 

Iduce godine opet izbori. Sa vecionom od samo jedne fotelje u parlamentu ovo nema sanse da opstane.  


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#1958 alberto.ascari

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Posted 16 October 2017 - 12:53

U pa to je bilo kod nas 101 : 99, samo ucene i držanje za yayca dok se nije posle jedno godinu i po potpuno raspalo.
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#1959 Honey Badger

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Posted 16 October 2017 - 13:00

U pa to je bilo kod nas 101 : 99, samo ucene i držanje za yayca dok se nije posle jedno godinu i po potpuno raspalo.

 

Isto i u UK. Tereza morala dati milijardu funti anti-abortus stranci iz sjeverne Irske. 

 

Raspasce se i ovdje valjda.


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#1960 Honey Badger

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Posted 16 October 2017 - 15:27

Storm Ophelia

 

Dvoje mrtvih u Irskoj, nebo iznad Londona zuto-narandzasto i mracno. Najvjerovatnije slijedi i alien invasion kao u Independence Day.

 

U slucaju da stvarno jeste alien invasion, zelio bih iskoristiti ovu priliku da pozdravim nase buduce gospodare i da se stavim na raspolaganje.


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#1961 Denis Jasharevic

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Posted 16 October 2017 - 16:09

U slucaju da stvarno jeste alien invasion, zelio bih iskoristiti ovu priliku da pozdravim nase buduce gospodare i da se stavim na raspolaganje.


Kazi im neku lepu rech i za mene ..... da sam izuzetno fleksibilan i da lako menjam nacinalnost, veroisopovest, drzavljanstvo, politichko opredeljenje pa i planetarnost, tako da se mogu na mene osloniti. :)
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#1962 cyberwor/L/d

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Posted 17 October 2017 - 09:38

Storm Ophelia

 

Dvoje mrtvih u Irskoj, nebo iznad Londona zuto-narandzasto i mracno. Najvjerovatnije slijedi i alien invasion kao u Independence Day.

 

 

Taj fenomen je jutros dosao i kod nas. Sunce zvanicno izaslo ali nije svanulo, neki cudan mrak. Prilicno sablasno je izgledalo.

Posle rekli da je to Ophelia raznela cestice od pozara u Spaniji i Portugalu. 


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#1963 Honey Badger

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Posted 17 October 2017 - 10:33

Taj fenomen je jutros dosao i kod nas. Sunce zvanicno izaslo ali nije svanulo, neki cudan mrak. Prilicno sablasno je izgledalo.

Posle rekli da je to Ophelia raznela cestice od pozara u Spaniji i Portugalu. 

 

Jel' de da je kao pred smak svijeta ili pred invaziju vanzemaljaca? :D

 

Ja sam pokusao da uslikam ali kamera na mom telefonu je katastrofalana i kao da ima neki plavi filter. Bas je juce bilo sablasno ali srecom, danas je normalno opet sve, cak je i lijep, suncan dan. :)


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#1964 Doorn

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Posted 17 October 2017 - 11:13

Taj fenomen je jutros dosao i kod nas. Sunce zvanicno izaslo ali nije svanulo, neki cudan mrak. Prilicno sablasno je izgledalo.

Posle rekli da je to Ophelia raznela cestice od pozara u Spaniji i Portugalu. 

I ovdje u NL isto. Sve je nesto zuto/narandzasto....

 

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#1965 Kinik

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Posted 17 October 2017 - 11:43

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... i ovdje u NL isto ... sve je nesto zuto / narandzasto ....

 

 

Kako i ne bi!?

 

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