united states – Cumming The Fragrance http://cummingthefragrance.com/ Sun, 20 Mar 2022 18:05:44 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://cummingthefragrance.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/10/icon-120x120.jpg united states – Cumming The Fragrance http://cummingthefragrance.com/ 32 32 How to protect your purchasing power from inflation https://cummingthefragrance.com/how-to-protect-your-purchasing-power-from-inflation/ Sun, 20 Mar 2022 18:05:44 +0000 https://cummingthefragrance.com/how-to-protect-your-purchasing-power-from-inflation/ (NerdWallet) – Inflation – rising consumer prices – is a slow erosion of your money over time. Prior to 2021, the United States had not seen annual underlying inflation well above 3% for nearly 25 years, says Michael Ashton, managing director of Enduring Investments, an investment and advisory firm in Morristown. , New Jersey. For […]]]>

(NerdWallet) – Inflation – rising consumer prices – is a slow erosion of your money over time. Prior to 2021, the United States had not seen annual underlying inflation well above 3% for nearly 25 years, says Michael Ashton, managing director of Enduring Investments, an investment and advisory firm in Morristown. , New Jersey.

For example, the 7.5% increase seen over the past year in the cost of fuel, used vehicles, groceries and just about everything else is the kind of sudden, systemic increase that can give a shock to most people’s daily expenses.

Ashton also says the COVID-19 pandemic stimulus checks and tax relief, combined with the reopening of the economy, have fueled consumer demand but not replaced product inventories. The result: shortages that lead to higher prices.

“Having difficulties in the supply chain is part of what inflation looks like,” Ashton says.

With inflation reduce your purchasing power, how can you protect yourself?

Review your expenses

  • Garnish discretionary spending, voluntary spending in categories such as leisure or travel, by just 5%. It’s one of those gradual changes that isn’t that hard to make and goes straight to your personal bottom line.
  • Don’t delay a major purchase; prices are likely to rise.
  • Buy strategically. Buy more generic branded products and prescriptions. Save on necessary expenses by using coupons and in-store loyalty programs. Use membership cards (like Walmart+ and others) to pay 5 cents less per gallon of gas.

Look for savings

  • Eliminate any fees you pay for credit cards or bank accounts (late fees, monthly or annual service fees, ATM fees, etc.). Many banks waive these fees, and credit cards often offer no-fee options.
  • Renegotiate invoices like cable, streaming, or cell phone for every possible savings. “I can say from my own personal experience – it’s amazing how easy it is,” notes Ashton. He says that every time he called his cell phone provider, they would offer him a much better plan than the one he currently had. “And that only happens if you call,” Ashton adds. He’s now making a habit of calling once a year and asking, “What’s the best plan you have and should I be on that?”
  • Reduce the number of subscriptions you have, even if there is only one. “You should check these every once in a while, because sometimes they sneak in a price increase, and it just shows up on your credit card,” Ashton says.

Try to bring more money

  • Look for financial institutions that pay higher interest rates than what you currently earn (if you earn anything). Online banks and credit unions often offer high-yield savings accounts that sweeten returns, especially when interest rates rise.
  • Perhaps the most powerful idea of ​​all: ask for a raise. If you haven’t received a raise in a few years, you’ve probably taken what amounts to a pay cut because of inflation, Ashton says.

The inflation-indexed savings account

Another inflation-fighting idea: Series I savings bonds. They were created specifically to protect consumers’ purchasing power against inflation, says Zvi Bodie, professor emeritus of finance at the University from Boston. Bodie holds a doctorate in economics from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and has become a strong supporter of Bonds I.

Bond rates are pegged to the rate of inflation, which recently topped 7%, he notes. They are a perfect haven for short-term savings. And it’s not a bad addition to your long-term nest egg, either.

A minimum investment in I bonds via TreasuryDirect.gov is only $25, and a person can invest up to $10,000 a year in savings bonds with electronic purchases. Bonds pay fixed interest plus the rate of inflation, adjusted twice a year.

You can withdraw your savings without penalty after one year, but if you cash it out before five years, you will lose interest for the last three months.

“So what you get is basically a savings account that can’t go down, and will go up with inflation,” adds Bodie. “Do I need to say more?”

Inflation is not the same for everyone

Inflation hit a national average of 7.5% in January, but that’s unlikely to be your rate of inflation, Ashton says.

You may consume different items than the average person and you may not live in an average place, so your particular inflation rate most likely varies from the average, according to Ashton.

So, rather than agonizing over a single number like losing purchasing power to recover, use the small money moves above to improve your financial situation slowly but surely.

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How to Provide Feedback on the ODA Body Camera Policy https://cummingthefragrance.com/how-to-provide-feedback-on-the-oda-body-camera-policy/ Sat, 05 Mar 2022 02:22:08 +0000 https://cummingthefragrance.com/how-to-provide-feedback-on-the-oda-body-camera-policy/ AUSTIN (KXAN) — The Police Oversight Office (OPO) wants to know what the community thinks of the Austin Police Department’s body camera policy. After the 2020 protests, as part of the city’s “Reinventing Public Safety” campaign, the OPO was asked to analyze general orders from the ODA. How Austin Police Could Update Their Policies on […]]]>

AUSTIN (KXAN) — The Police Oversight Office (OPO) wants to know what the community thinks of the Austin Police Department’s body camera policy.

After the 2020 protests, as part of the city’s “Reinventing Public Safety” campaign, the OPO was asked to analyze general orders from the ODA.

“We conducted research comparing current ODA policies to best policing practices across the United States,” said Cristina Tangredi, the group’s public information specialist.

In an analysis published in January, the OPO found that APD’s policy regarding body camera and dash cam use was too vague. OPO said it states that agents can stop recording for any reason authorized by a supervisor, but there is no information on when a supervisor can make that call.

“I wanted to make a difference in how the police department handles its rules,” said Billy Knowlton, who completed a feedback survey at the Austin Public Library.

Hard copies of the surveys are currently available at all branches of the Austin Public Library. You can also complete the body camera survey online here. You can do this until April 1.

You can also attend virtual feedback sessions with OPO on Zoom by clicking here.

Knowlton says he wants to see clearer guidelines, not only to protect community members, but also officers.

“I’d like to see when officers are doing traffic checks or making an arrest that they activate body cameras that way when people are going to complain to the police that it’s not a misrepresentation,” he said. -he declares.

The BOA also recommends more clarity around when officers can activate and deactivate cameras.

In July 2021, the Austin Police Department changed how it releases body camera video as well as the timing of this release. Now, the video is supposed to be available 10 business days from when an incident involving a shooting, death in custody or use of force occurs. Previously, the department had a 60-day deadline.

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Anthony Earl secret | News, Sports, Jobs https://cummingthefragrance.com/anthony-earl-secret-news-sports-jobs/ Sat, 26 Feb 2022 07:32:41 +0000 https://cummingthefragrance.com/anthony-earl-secret-news-sports-jobs/ Anthony Earl Covert, son of Herbert Asher Covert and Greta (Stone) Covert, was born on August 22, 1944 in Jamestown, New York. As a young boy, Tony, as he was known to family and friends, grew up on a dairy farm that had been in their family for seven generations in southwestern New York, outside […]]]>

Anthony Earl Covert, son of Herbert Asher Covert and Greta (Stone) Covert, was born on August 22, 1944 in Jamestown, New York.

As a young boy, Tony, as he was known to family and friends, grew up on a dairy farm that had been in their family for seven generations in southwestern New York, outside of Randolph. He attended and graduated from Randolph High School with the class of 1962.

In the fall of 1962, Tony entered the United States Army and served his country from August 31, 1962 and retired on August 31, 1984 after attaining the rank of Staff Sergeant. Tony was a Vietnam-era and peacetime veteran. He was stationed in France, Germany and many other places in the United States. During his service in Vietnam, he was stationed at Qui Nhon Port, Pleiku, Dakto, Cam Ranh Bay Air Base and Phu Tai. He was a sniper (rifle), sniper (rifle), sniper (rifle) and heavy equipment instructor for the army. During his military career, Tony has won the following medals: Army Commendation Medal, Nations Defense Service Medal, Vietnam Service Medal, Republic of Vietnam Campaign Medal, Overseas Service Bars and Good Conduct Medal.

After retiring from the military, Tony continued to serve his country as an employee of the Department of Defense. He was a heavy equipment instructor at “million dollar hole” on Fort Leonard Wood. He retired after 20 years of service. Tony also owned and operated a small backhoe business for a time after retiring from the military.

On March 11, 1974, Tony married Patricia Arlene Tremaine Stranigan. They shared more than 47 years of marriage together and were blessed with two children: Kelly Lynn and Daniel David.

Tony was an avid outdoorsman and enjoyed deer, turkey and squirrel hunting. He also enjoyed shooting and reloading his own ammunition. He had a friend once who told him that Tony had taught him more in 8 hours on how to improve his shooting skills than he had learned in 25 years of military service. Tony was a longtime member of the NRA (National Rifle Association).

Tony loved animals, especially his dogs. He also loved being on his tractor and helping others. Most importantly, he loved his family immensely and always took great pride in caring for them and their needs. He treasured all the time he could spend with them, especially with the grandchildren.

Earlier in his life, Tony had made an important decision and accepted Jesus Christ as his Savior. He had been a member of the New Life Ministries church since 1983 and was ready to help wherever he could. He returned home to be with his Lord on Monday, February 14, 2022, at Lake Regional Hospital in Osage Beach, Missouri, having reached the age of 77.

Tony will be greatly missed, but all who knew and loved him will remember him fondly. He allows his memory, his wife to be cherished: Patricia Covert of the house; two children: Kelly Capowski of Columbia, MO and Danny Stranigan (Kim) of Elizabeth City, NC; six grandchildren; eleven great-grandchildren; two sisters: Shirley Palmer (David) of Jekyll Island, GA, and Susan Harrower (Roger) of Jamestown, NY; brother-in-law: Ralph Ozzella of Olean, NY; aunt: Doris Stone of Randolph, NY; other relatives and friends.

Tony was predeceased by his parents: Asher Covert and Greta McKimm; and one sister: Rebecca Ozzella.

Funeral services with military honors will be held at 2:00 p.m. on Friday, March 4, 2022 at the Missouri Veterans Cemetery in Waynesville, MO. Arrangements are under the direction of Waynesville/St. Robert Memorial Chapels and Crematorium. Online condolences can be sent to www.memorialchapelsand crematory.com.

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Biden’s CFPB wants to know how consumers would reform banking and lending rules https://cummingthefragrance.com/bidens-cfpb-wants-to-know-how-consumers-would-reform-banking-and-lending-rules/ Thu, 17 Feb 2022 17:42:21 +0000 https://cummingthefragrance.com/bidens-cfpb-wants-to-know-how-consumers-would-reform-banking-and-lending-rules/ Rohit Chopra, director of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. David Ryder/Bloomberg via Getty Images The Biden administration is trying to empower consumers to help rewrite the rules governing how banks, lenders and other financial institutions can treat customers. The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau — a federal agency created in the wake of the 2008 financial […]]]>

Rohit Chopra, director of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau.

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The Biden administration is trying to empower consumers to help rewrite the rules governing how banks, lenders and other financial institutions can treat customers.

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau — a federal agency created in the wake of the 2008 financial crisis — said Wednesday it would let the public submit a rule-making petition directly to the agency.

The Dodd-Frank Act, signed into law in July 2010, established the watchdog to protect consumers from unfair, abusive, and deceptive financial practices — a response to risky lending that pushed the United States into a deep recession.

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The office controls banking, mortgages, student loans, debt collection, credit cards, credit reports, and payday loans, among other areas. This broad consumer oversight had previously not been the primary focus of any federal agency.

Now, the public can ask the bureau to pursue a new financial rule, or to amend or repeal an existing rule.

The petitions will help officials identify consumer protection issues that need reform or additional clarification, the office said. They also aim to limit the power of lobbyists, who are “paid to influence the agency’s regulatory agenda behind the scenes”, he added.

“Americans should be able to easily exercise their constitutional rights without hiring an expensive lawyer or lobbyist,” said CFPB Director Rohit Chopra, who was nominated by President Joe Biden and confirmed by the Senate in September. “Our new program will broaden access to the agency’s rule-making process.”

Petitions will be publicly posted and made available for additional comments from other members of the public.

The agency asks petitioners to include “factual and legal reasons for the proposed action”, as well as the “expected effects” it will have on affected parties such as consumers, industry and enforcement authorities. law enforcement – tasks that can be difficult for some consumers.

Prior to the change, the public had been able to influence the agency’s decision-making process by submitting public comments on the rules the agency had proposed or participating in certain roundtables. They could also file complaints about financial products and services. (All of these channels remain available.)

Consumer advocates had expected the Consumer Affairs Office to be more aggressive during Biden’s tenure compared to his predecessor, President Donald Trump. Chopra, the new bureau chief, previously oversaw student loans at the agency under President Barack Obama.

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Body camera footage shows full arrest of Peters | Western Colorado https://cummingthefragrance.com/body-camera-footage-shows-full-arrest-of-peters-western-colorado/ Sun, 13 Feb 2022 07:15:00 +0000 https://cummingthefragrance.com/body-camera-footage-shows-full-arrest-of-peters-western-colorado/ Country united states of americaUS Virgin IslandsU.S. Minor Outlying IslandsCanadaMexico, United Mexican StatesBahamas, Commonwealth ofCuba, Republic ofDominican RepublicHaiti, Republic ofJamaicaAfghanistanAlbania, People’s Socialist Republic ofAlgeria, People’s Democratic Republic ofAmerican SamoaAndorra, Principality ofAngola, Republic ofAnguillaAntarctica (the territory south of 60 degrees S)Antigua and BarbudaArgentina, Argentine RepublicArmeniaArubaAustralia, Commonwealth ofAustria, Republic ofAzerbaijan, Republic ofBahrain, Kingdom ofBangladesh, People’s Republic ofBarbadosBelarusBelgium, […]]]>

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Fears over plans to film young people on the streets of Kalgoorlie https://cummingthefragrance.com/fears-over-plans-to-film-young-people-on-the-streets-of-kalgoorlie/ Tue, 01 Feb 2022 03:27:13 +0000 https://cummingthefragrance.com/fears-over-plans-to-film-young-people-on-the-streets-of-kalgoorlie/ Please note that this story contains the name of a deceased person and content readers may be confused. Residents of Kalgoorlie fear that high-resolution cameras fitted to vehicles of private security companies, which are due to start operating in March, are being used to disproportionately target young indigenous people. Local firm MCM Protection recently told […]]]>

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Residents of Kalgoorlie fear that high-resolution cameras fitted to vehicles of private security companies, which are due to start operating in March, are being used to disproportionately target young indigenous people.

Local firm MCM Protection recently told the Kalgoorlie Miner that “the aim is to get these images to the police so they can take action.”

MCM co-owner Steve McNamara said their goal was to identify young people on the streets, with the information passed to state government agencies for welfare monitoring.

“We want to get [youth] off the streets. This will somehow hold parents to account and hopefully [the Department of Child Protection] will follow and what is happening with the family,” he told the minor.

Community member Debbie Carmody told the National Indigenous Times that “it is always First Nations people who are targeted” by any discussion of crime in the city on social media.

“Even though they don’t mention the First Nations people they are talking about, they use names like ‘the untouchables’.”

Ms Carmody said young people on the streets who are not breaking the law should not be filmed and harassed.

“During the school holidays, at night the children will be outside, the other evening we had a night minimum of 35 degrees. Friday night, Saturday night the kids will go out to meet their friends, socialize, go house to house,” she said.

“A few years ago, before Elijah was murdered, one particular person on social media said he was going out on the streets taking his dogs, to put them on the young natives.

“He even gave the names of the streets. I drove there, I was quite worried and saw three boys on one of these streets – and I warned them, two were going to a friend’s house and the other was going to meet his girlfriend in another suburb so I took him there. They were very scared,” she said.

“It’s not good that our young people can’t walk down the street without being afraid and without being harassed. We still have middle-aged white men in 4x4s chasing our youngsters.

Ms Carmody said the use of cameras to film young people walking or meeting friends in the street is “indecent” and can be defamatory.

“It raises the issue of cyberbullying. These security companies publish their stories online. On social media, people are starting to comment, to openly discuss First Nations youth and their families in derogatory ways, through stereotyping and racism,” she said.

“First Nations youth have the right to live in freedom, to move freely on their lands in a peaceful and safe manner. This surveillance targets First Nations youth even if they do not say so, we all know very well that is the case. It is a fundamental human right to move freely in public space and not to be harassed.

Ms Carmody noted that before the cameras, the indigenous people of Kalgoorlie were already over-policed ​​by private security personnel.

“Two weeks ago, around 5 p.m., a [private security] the guard was closing the gates to the park… My sister was driving by and saw that there were three native boys walking one way nearby and two walking the other way. They stopped outside the park and were chatting.

“The security guard got out of his vehicle and told them to get out of the park, they said they weren’t in the park and he told them to continue. What authority does he have to tell them to move on?”

She mentioned an incident two years ago in which she saw an Aboriginal family told by the police to leave while having a picnic in a park, and a white family also in the park did not was not ordered to leave.

“White people sat there safe, knowing that their whiteness protected them, and this black family was moved. It happens everywhere, but this city is a special city, it’s like being in the deep south of the United States,” she said.

“We are all guilty until proven guilty.”

“No wonder we walked with our heads down. We’ve been constantly told how bad we are, for 200 years. If you keep telling people they’re bad, some will act – but for the most part, our young people don’t act bad.

Ms Carmody said that when Kalgoorlie Police said the crime rate in the area had not increased and was “no different than it always has been”, the town of Kalgoorlie-Boulder, the security companies and the general population “refuse to accept it”. .

“They have it in their head that young black people are bad,” she said.

“A counselor has been talking for years about training camps to be set up in the desert so that we can send young natives there if they steal a loaf of bread. That’s how hostile it is… The mayor a few years ago [in 2016] said young natives should be caned if they fly.

She said little had changed since the early days of colonization, when “if the native people hadn’t come out of town by 6 p.m., they would tie them up.” [at the top of Hannan Street] and whip them.

Asked about the use of cameras by private security companies and racial profiling, Acting City of Kalgoorlie-Boulder CEO Alex Wiese told the National Indigenous Times that “the city has no control over the security cameras operated by private companies and cannot comment on the use of them.”

He noted that “the City does not support the act of racial profiling.”

Regarding the existing fixed CCTV cameras at Kalgoorlie Police Station, Mr Wiese said that “any requests for recorded footage should be submitted to the Town of Kalgoorlie-Boulder”.

“Recorded footage may be released under the Freedom of Information Act… WA Police have exclusive access to security camera footage from all public areas in the city. Private security companies only provide the infrastructure and the system [fixed] network of cameras.

WA Police told the National Indigenous Times that “Kalgoorlie Police are aware of the cameras referred to, which are proposed to be owned and operated by a private security company”.

“Kalgoorlie Police would not possess any recorded visions, nor would they monitor or have direct access to any of these visions.”

On security cameras in general, WA Police said security companies and members of the public who equip their vehicles with a video camera “are all bound by the same laws associated with the use of a recording device in public”.

“If the video cameras capture anything relating to local crime or other police activity, Kalgoorlie Police will welcome any viewing that supports an investigation or prosecution, just as officers regularly call in and receive CCTV, camera dashboard and cellphone vision of members of the public,” they said.

The National Indigenous Times understands that WA Police would not be interested in footage taken by private security companies unless it relates to a criminal matter, and that Kalgoorlie Police have not been approached by the security company in question.

The National Indigenous Times contacted MCM Protection for comment Monday morning.

By Giovanni Torre

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Ford Motor and ADT form joint venture to market in-vehicle safety systems https://cummingthefragrance.com/ford-motor-and-adt-form-joint-venture-to-market-in-vehicle-safety-systems/ Tue, 18 Jan 2022 16:34:00 +0000 https://cummingthefragrance.com/ford-motor-and-adt-form-joint-venture-to-market-in-vehicle-safety-systems/ The Ford logo is seen at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit, Michigan, U.S. January 15, 2019. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid/File Photo Join now for FREE unlimited access to Reuters.com Register Jan 18 (Reuters) – Ford Motor Co (FN) and ADT Inc (ADT.N) have launched a $105 million joint venture, Canopy, to develop and market […]]]>

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Jan 18 (Reuters) – Ford Motor Co (FN) and ADT Inc (ADT.N) have launched a $105 million joint venture, Canopy, to develop and market in-vehicle safety systems for commercial and retail customers. the companies announced on Tuesday. .

The first autonomous systems, expected in about 12 months, will use video cameras to monitor vehicles and equipment stored there. Customers will be able to stream live video through a mobile app.

Designed to be self-installed in a variety of vehicle makes and models, the systems will be available for purchase from Ford dealerships and other retail and online outlets. ADT will provide monitoring services for a monthly fee.

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Canopy did not disclose pricing or fees.

Eventually, Canopy plans to develop original equipment systems that will be installed at the factory, according to Christian Moran, acting general manager of the joint venture, which will be headquartered in Detroit and London.

Ford’s investment in Canopy is approximately $63 million or 60%, and ADT’s is approximately $42 million or 40%.

Ford will be the first to offer the vehicle safety systems to existing customers, but Canopy plans to approach other automakers, as well as insurance and technology companies.

The vehicle’s security systems will bundle acoustic sensors and radar with Ford’s AI-driven camera technology into a dashcam-sized package. The device can be mounted in a van bed or in a van cargo area.

With the automaker’s Ford Pro commercial services unit as a launch partner, Canopy aims to sell its first systems and subscription services early next year to owners of commercial trucks and vans in the United States and the United States. UK, including Ford’s F-150 and F-150. Lightning pickups and Transit and E-Transit vans.

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Sony Xperia 5 III is now available in the US, almost nine months after the initial announcement https://cummingthefragrance.com/sony-xperia-5-iii-is-now-available-in-the-us-almost-nine-months-after-the-initial-announcement/ Tue, 11 Jan 2022 16:23:01 +0000 https://cummingthefragrance.com/sony-xperia-5-iii-is-now-available-in-the-us-almost-nine-months-after-the-initial-announcement/ Sony’s Xperia 5 III, the compact counterpart to its Xperia 1 III, is now on sale in the United States, nearly nine months after the company initially announced the device in April 2021. The phone costs $ 999.99 and will be available in black or green, with the latter exclusive to Sony’s own online store. […]]]>

Sony’s Xperia 5 III, the compact counterpart to its Xperia 1 III, is now on sale in the United States, nearly nine months after the company initially announced the device in April 2021. The phone costs $ 999.99 and will be available in black or green, with the latter exclusive to Sony’s own online store. The phone went on sale in the second half of last year in the UK and Europe.

The phone has undergone a few internal upgrades compared to the Xperia 1 II, making it more in line with mainstream phones from 2021. It is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 processor, runs Android 11 out of the box, and should also be able to benefit from at least some 5G connectivity in the United States. Elsewhere, the battery capacity has been increased to 4,500mAh, and Sony announces that this larger battery can be charged to 50% in half an hour, like its predecessor.

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Externally, the Xperia 5 III has a design similar to that of the Xperia 5 II. Its 6.1-inch 120Hz display retains Sony’s 21: 9 aspect ratio, and there are still three 12-megapixel rear cameras, which handle the main, ultra-wide, and telephoto functions, respectively. There is support for taking photos at up to 20 fps, with focus / exposure readings at 60 fps, as well as support for recording 4K footage at 120 fps in HDR.

It’s a decent set of specs, and if the Xperia 1 III is anything to go by, the phone should have decent camera performance and a stunning display. But $ 999 seems like a hefty price tag when, very soon, we’re going to start seeing phones coming out with Qualcomm’s new Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 processor.

The Xperia 5 III is now shipping and Sony says orders placed before February 27 will come with a pair of its WF-1000XM3 headphones and 43,200 Call of Duty: Mobile Free CP Points.

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Ottawa Senators vs. Philadelphia Flyers: Live stream, TV channel, start time | 12/18/2021 – How to Watch and Stream Major League and College Sports https://cummingthefragrance.com/ottawa-senators-vs-philadelphia-flyers-live-stream-tv-channel-start-time-12-18-2021-how-to-watch-and-stream-major-league-and-college-sports/ Sat, 18 Dec 2021 23:00:00 +0000 https://cummingthefragrance.com/ottawa-senators-vs-philadelphia-flyers-live-stream-tv-channel-start-time-12-18-2021-how-to-watch-and-stream-major-league-and-college-sports/ [ad_1] December 14, 2021; Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States; Philadelphia Flyers left winger Scott Laughton (21), right winger Cam Atkinson (89) and goaltender Carter Hart (79) celebrate their victory over the New Jersey Devils at the Wells Fargo Center. Mandatory Credit: Eric Hartline-USA TODAY Sports The Philadelphia Flyers (11-12-5) hit the ice against the Ottawa Senators […]]]>


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December 14, 2021; Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States; Philadelphia Flyers left winger Scott Laughton (21), right winger Cam Atkinson (89) and goaltender Carter Hart (79) celebrate their victory over the New Jersey Devils at the Wells Fargo Center. Mandatory Credit: Eric Hartline-USA TODAY Sports

The Philadelphia Flyers (11-12-5) hit the ice against the Ottawa Senators (9-17-1) in the NHL on Saturday, starting at 7 p.m. ET at the Wells Fargo Center. The Flyers are 11th while the Senators are 15th in the Eastern Conference.

How to watch Philadelphia vs. Ottawa

  • Match day: Saturday, December 18, 2021
  • Game time: 7 p.m. ET
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  • Arena: Wells Fargo Center
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Philadelphia and Ottawa statistics

  • The Flyers are 25th in the NHL in scorers (2.6 goals per game) and the Senators are 31st in defense (3.6 against).
  • The Senators score 2.8 goals per game (17th in the NHL) and the Flyers concede 3.2 (22nd).
  • Philadelphia is 23rd in the league in goal differential, at -16 (-0.6 per game).
  • Ottawa is -22 overall in goals this season, 28th in the league.
  • The Flyers scored 13 power-play goals (scoring 16.3% of chances) and the Senators conceded 20 shorthanded goals (killing 77.3% on penalties).
  • The Flyers conceded 17 shorthanded goals (killing 81.3% of penalties) and the Senators scored 18 powerplay goals (scored 20.0% of chances).

Ottawa Impact players

  • Drake Batherson’s 28 points are essential for Ottawa. He has nine goals and 19 assists in 22 games.
  • Joshua Norris has 22 points this season, with 14 goals and eight assists.
  • Brady Tkachuk has 22 points so far, including 12 goals and 10 assists.
  • Filip Gustavsson has a .893 save percentage (43rd in the league). He has 333 saves (30.3 per game) and conceded 40 goals (3.6 per game).
  • Anton Forsberg has a .909 save percentage, making 321 saves (26.8 per game) and conceding 32 goals (2.7 per game).

Injuries to Senators:

Erik Brannstrom: out (hand), Shane Pinto: out (shoulder), Nikita Zaitsev: out (heel), Josh Brown: out (upper body), Colin White: out (shoulder)

Philadelphia Impact players

  • One of Philadelphia’s best offensive players this season is Claude Giroux, who has scored 24 points in 28 games (10 goals and 14 assists).
  • Cam Atkinson is another of Philadelphia’s top contributors in 28 games, with 12 goals and seven assists.
  • Sean Couturier’s 16 point total for the season is attributable to six goals and 10 assists.
  • Carter Hart conceded 51 goals (2.7 per game) and recorded 568 saves (29.9 per game) with a save percentage of .918 (16th in the league).
  • Martin Jones recorded a .908 save percentage (30th in the league), allowing 32 goals (3.2 per game) with 315 saves (31.5 per game).

Injuries related to flyers:

Ryan Ellis: Out (Lower body), Derick Brassard: Day To Day (Undisclosed), Tanner Laczynski: Out For Season (Hip), Nate Thompson: Out (Shoulder), Carter Hart: Day To Day (Illness), Max Willman: Out (COVID-19), Samuel Morin: Out (Lower body)

Regional restrictions apply.

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Competition to name eagles with webcam nest on Hilton Head SC https://cummingthefragrance.com/competition-to-name-eagles-with-webcam-nest-on-hilton-head-sc/ Fri, 10 Dec 2021 18:16:11 +0000 https://cummingthefragrance.com/competition-to-name-eagles-with-webcam-nest-on-hilton-head-sc/ [ad_1] Fans of an Eagle’s Nest Camera on Hilton Head Island have until Sunday, December 12 to submit the couple’s names in a contest sponsored by the Hilton Head Island Land Trust. The online camera was installed in October after Russell Patterson, a longtime islander resident, spotted the nest. After contacting the Department of Natural […]]]>


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Fans of an Eagle’s Nest Camera on Hilton Head Island have until Sunday, December 12 to submit the couple’s names in a contest sponsored by the Hilton Head Island Land Trust.

The online camera was installed in October after Russell Patterson, a longtime islander resident, spotted the nest. After contacting the Department of Natural Resources and a California company specializing in wildlife cameras, Patterson worked with the Hilton Head Island Land Trust to put together the island’s first eagle webcam.

Since then, the live camera has received nearly 60,000 views from people across the United States and several countries including Canada, Australia, India, Japan and Switzerland.

The land trust did not disclose the exact location of the nest in an attempt to protect it.

The female eagle laid the first egg on November 19, about a month after the eagle’s camera was placed. The female eagle is larger than the male and is primarily responsible for incubating the eggs, although the male sometimes helps. They work together to make sure the eggs are protected from the weather, predators, or intruders.

According to the land trust, for the next 16 to 24 days, eagles will continue to care for the eggs until they hatch. Once hatched, the eagles stay with the eaglets for an additional 10 to 12 weeks until the fledging stage.

After the first flight, known as take-off, young eagles will spend the next 4-12 weeks learning to hunt and fly with their parents. Although eagles can still be seen at night, the infrared light from the camera is not visible to eagles or humans.

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Hilton Head Island Eagle Naming Contest details, provided by Hilton Head Island Land Trust

To enter the naming contest, go to the Hilton Head Island Land Trust website at hhilandtrust.org and click on Eagle Cam. To the right of the eagle’s camera, there is a link to the eagle name suggestion form.

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Hilton Head Island Eagle Camera screenshot, provided by the Hilton Head Island Land Trust

Laura Antunez is the local government and development reporter for The Island Packet. Born in Cuba and raised in Miami, she is a graduate of Florida International University with over 30 articles published in the school newspaper PantherNOW and the FIU press office, South Florida Media Network. Towards the end of her bachelor’s degree, she became interested in data journalism and continued to learn Python and JavaScript. She used these skills during an internship with The Hechinger Report to create an interactive map and data visualization.

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