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    PETER HARTLAUB is the pop culture critic at the San Francisco Chronicle and founder/editor of The Big Event. He takes requests. Contact him at phartlaub@sfchronicle.com.聽Follow him on Twitter at聽. Follow The Big Event聽.

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  39. Can anyone doubt that Los Angeles Kings defenseman Alec Martinez earned his Day with the Cup? After all, he scored the game winning goal both in the Conference Finals and the actual Stanley Cup Finals both in overtime, by the way.
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  40. WASHINGTON Tests of pilots killed in plane crashes over more than two decades show an increasing use of both legal and illegal drugs, including some that could impair flying, according to a study released Tuesday by the National Transportation Safety Board.The study examined toxicology reports for almost 6,700 pilots killed in crashes from 1990 to 2012. Not only did the share of pilots testing positive for a drug increase over that period, but the share of pilots who tested positive for multiple drugs increased as well. Pilots testing [url=http://www.avanttravel.com/page.php?sale=Louboutin-Shoes-Uk]Christian Louboutin Outlet Online[/url] positive for at least one drug increased from 9.6 percent to 39 percent, while positive tests for two drugs rose from 2 percent to 20 percent and three drugs from zero to 8.3 percent.Over the same period, new drugs were coming into use and the U.S. population was aging, creating greater demand for drugs. The toxicology tests “reflect tends in the general population and likely indicate a significant increase in drug use” by pilots as well, the study said.However, the share of accidents the board has investigated in which impairment from a drug was found to be a factor hasn’t increased appreciably, the report said. Since 1990, the NTSB has cited pilot impairment due to drugs as a cause or a contributing factor in about 3 percent of fatal civil aviation accidents.Acting NTSB Chairman Chris Hart said the board “is concerned about possible safety implications of increased drug use in all modes of transportation.” He called the report “an important first step toward understanding those implications.”Dr. Mary Pat McKay, the board’s chief medical officer, said the study was limited to aviation because similarly comprehensive drug test data doesn’t exist for fatal highway, rail and maritime accidents. But it’s likely there are similar trends in those modes as well, she said.The board also voted to issue a safety alert to pilots, warning of the risk of impairment from many over-the-counter drugs. The board issued several recommendations to the Federal Aviation [url=http://www.avanttravel.com/page.php?sale=Navy-Tory-Burch-Flats]Navy Tory Burch Flats[/url] Administration and state governments aimed at better communication of drug risks to pilots and operators in all transportation modes.More than 9 out of 10 of the pilots tested were private rather than commercial pilots, and 98 percent were male. The average age of pilots killed also increased markedly, from 46 years old in 1990 to 57 in 2012. The average age of pilots killed was 5 to 15 years older than the general population of active pilots.The tests also revealed increased pilot use of all kinds of drugs, including drugs that could impair a pilot’s functioning as well as drugs used to treat potentially impairing conditions such as seizure disorders and psychiatric illness.The most common drug found in the tests was an antihistamine that causes drowsiness and is a key ingredient in many over-the-counter medications for [url=http://www.avanttravel.com/page.php?sale=Tory-Burch-Mini-Bag]Tory Burch Flats Cheap[/url] allergies, colds and sleep. Sedating antihistamines in general were found in 9.9 percent of pilots tested during the last five years studied, up from 2.1 percent of the cases during the early years examined.The share of pilots testing positive for illegal drugs was small, but increased from 2.3 percent to 3.8 percent. The study attributed the increase mostly to greater marijuana use in the last 10 years.A statement by the Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association, which represents private pilots, called the NTSB study incomplete and said its results “should be regarded with caution.”"There are just far too many gaps and unknowns in the study for us to be able to draw any meaningful conclusions about aviation safety,” said Mark Baker, the association’s president.
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  173. And I’ve had bad timing for some of the more recent years. I was at the game where Rose tore his ACL, which marred what had been an incredible (even Rip Hamilton contributed!) performance. The only crappy game of the classic Bulls-Celtics series in 2009 was a Game 3 blowout loss that I attended. I saw Gilbert Arenas’s buzzer-beater to beat them in 2005.
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    鈥淚鈥檓 going out there competing every day, and I fully expect to (start),鈥?McFadden told Sports Out West after the announcement.
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    鈥淚鈥檓 a loyal guy. I want to be here (in Oakland),鈥?stressed McFadden. 鈥淚 started my career here and you know this is the place I want (to) be. This is like a second home to me.鈥?
    Knee, ankle and foot injuries have stunted McFadden鈥檚 potential, causing him to miss 29 of 96 regular season games. The Raiders recently changed the back鈥檚 weight lifting routines in an attempt to keep him healthier (as by Jerry McDonald), but his in-game habits may be [url=http://www.alportico.net/page.php?sale=Flora-By-Gucci]Cheap Gucci Uk[/url] the issue. McFadden models himself after and , two north-south runners who also struggled with injuries. Nonetheless, the 6-foot-2, 210-pounder is ready to give his shoulder-checking strut another go.
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    McFadden鈥檚 best pro season was in 2010 when he rushed for 1,157 yards on 223 attempts (5.2 average) and 507 yards through the air on 47 catches (10.8 average) with聽10 total touchdowns in 13 games. McFadden led the league in rushing yards (610) through Week 6 in 2011 before a Lisfranc injury did聽him in.
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    鈥淚 want to be one of those guys that people say had a bad start to my career as far as injuries and things, but came on strong towards the end of my career and left a lasting impression on the league.鈥?
    鈥淚鈥檓 just looking forward to getting the season started.鈥?
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  278. The U.S. Department of Transportation Federal Highway Administration is requiring local governments to evaluate their bridges for new load ratings by Dec. 2017, to ensure that the structures can handle modern vehicles that are designed to haul heavier loads. Thurston County Public Works is about a third of the way through checking those weight limits on the 119 roadway bridges in its inventory, according to civil engineer Matt Unzelman.However, the county is going to hire an outside firm to do some of the inspections. The Board of [url=http://www.avanttravel.com/page.php?sale=Chritian-Louboutin]Chritian Louboutin[/url] County Commissioners voted 3-0 to hire Exeltech Consulting Inc. of Lacey to conduct that work on 10 structures, ranging from the Old Highway 101 Bridge to the Mud Bay Bridge. Some of our more structurally complex bridges are included with these 10 bridges, Unzelman told The Olympian. We just need a different level of expertise. The ratings will determine if the county needs to add a weight limits to some of its structures, he said.County manager Cliff Moore described the work as routine, but said it s an important long-term process for the county. Like most jurisdictions in the nation, we are trying to keep on this issue, he said. The money will come from the county s road fund, and will include the following structures. (Size and inspection information was listed in the county s 2014 Bridge Index.)  James Road Bridge (culvert), known as J-1, which goes over an overflow channel, was built in 1985. The 25-foot-long structure was given a 98.19 sufficiency rating during an Aug. 8, 2012, inspection.  Littlerock Road Bridge, known as L-5, which goes over a ditch, was built in 1960. The 20-foot-long bridge was given a 49.66 rating during a Nov. 21, 2013 inspection. Crews made some emergency repairs on the bridge this spring for scour and cracking. It is just down the road and the same design as the L-4 Bridge which is undergoing a complete replacement [url=http://www.avanttravel.com/page.php?sale=Miller-Thong-Tory-Burch]Miller Thong Tory Burch[/url] due to structural deficiencies.  Mud Bay Bridge, known as O-4, which goes over Mud Bay, was built in 1978. The 208-foot-long bridge was given a sufficiency rating of 77.02 during a Sept. 27, 2012 inspection.  Old Highway 101 Bridge, known as O-3 which goes over Perry Creek, was built in 1958.The 105-foot-long bridge was given a sufficiency rating of 80.31 during a Sept. 14, 2012 inspection.  Oyster Bay Culvert, known as OB-1, which goes over Schneider Creek, was built in 2010. The 20-foot-long bridge was given a sufficiency rating of 85.8 during a June 12, 2012, inspection.  Steamboat Island Bridge, known as S-7, which goes over Totten Inlet, was built in 1982. The 706-foot-long structure was given a sufficiency rating of 68.73 during a Sept. 14, 2012, inspection.  Holmes Island Bridge, [url=http://www.avanttravel.com/page.php?sale=Michael-Kors-Silicone-Watch]Michael Kors Silicone Watch[/url] known as H-3, which goes over Long Lake and was built in 1962. The 53-foot-long bridge, and was given a sufficiency rating of 54.26 during an Aug. 7, 2013 inspection.  Nisqually Cutoff Bridge, known as N-1, which goes over an overflow channel, was built in 1936. The 92-foot-long structure was given a 74.48 sufficiency rating during an Oct. 4, 2012 inspection.  Old Pacific Highway Bridge, known as O-11, which goes over the Nisqually River was built in 1998. The 320-foot long structure was given a sufficiency rating of 95.38 during a Sept. 12, 2012 inspection.  Reservation Road Railroad Bridge, known as R-1, goes over a railroad and was built in 1993. The 331-foot-long bridge was given a sufficiency rating of 94.49 during an Aug. 9, 2013 inspection.

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    Like everyone else in Cowboys Universe I am saddened by what we saw on Sunday. Unlike many I am also taking away some positives. The team is a work in progress but I saw enough to believe that they can be more successful than many expect. It will take work, and plenty of it, but this can be a [url=http://www.aec-ist.com/css/Gucci-Belts-Online-Winter-Boots-China-Womens-Loafers.html]Gucci China[/url] decent season. The first thing that must happen is the team needs to stop beating themselves. Everything revolves around that. The Dallas Cowboys are not good enough to play ugly and win.

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    Social safety net programs overseen by Washington s biggest state government agency are running in the red, and the hole likely will require a $25 million patch from the Legislature in January.That s the assessment of Department of Social and Health Services Secretary Kevin Quigley, who described the situation as a budget crisis. He said a surge in calls to Child Protective Services hotlines, higher costs in welfare programs and mental hospitals, and information technology needs are all driving his agency s budget shortfall.Quigley said that shortfall is in addition to the $30 million needed to stop the practice of psychiatric boarding, which the state Supreme Court ruled last month must stop. The high court has given until Dec. 26 to halt the practice of sticking such patients in hospital emergency rooms without appropriate treatment.Beyond the psychiatric boarding issues, the department s shortfall which Quigley estimated at $25 million to $26 million includes a gap in Child Protective Services where calls to hotlines reporting abuse or seeking help have been surging. Quigley [url=http://www.symbiose.ca/images/christianlouboutin.gwij.php]Christian Louboutin Outlet[/url] thinks he ll need $6 million to $8 million in emergency spending to fix the problem, and he may have to add 50 to 100 more staffers.Calls and investigations have increased by 10 to 15 percent and have led to a backlog of 2,000 cases not handled within the 90-day limit his agency must meet. Quigley said there were about 2,000 cases exceeding that limit when Gov. Jay Inslee took office in early 2013. The agency had since reduced the backlog to about 600 cases, only to see it go back up to 2,000. There should be zero cases open more than 90 days. In fact, there should be zero cases open more than 60 days, in my opinion, he said.One other particular area of concern is the state s mental hospitals, which overspent budgets by about $3 million in the year that ended June 30. These facilities will be $6 million in the hole by the time lawmakers return in January, Quigley said. The big challenge normally is if you don t have funding, you have to close a ward. But the Legislature has been quite clear they don t want to close wards, Quigley said. He said lawmakers of both parties deserve credit for [url=http://www.alportico.net/gosoc.php] true religion outlet[/url] raising funding for mental hospitals, but he expects them to have concerns about the management of overtime pay as they try to contain costs. Other costs are rising in welfare programs, which have required extra personnel to process claims. A big piece of potentially $8 million in extra expenses is in information technology and includes a fix for the computer program used to determine eligibility for benefits. Other costs are for doing incapacity exams for disabled people who are in transition to being covered by Social Security and to move community-services staffers in Vancouver from a leased building to a state-owned structure.The agency is having more success sticking to the budget in other [url=http://www.museosangennaro.com/Public/anel.php] Christian Louboutin Shoes Outlet[/url] areas. Budgets for aging and long-term care, developmental disabilities and juvenile rehabilitation seem to be in good shape, according to the secretary.Top House and Senate budget writers could not be reached immediately for comment Monday. But the welfare programs division known as Community Services recently staged from Senate Republican Leader Mark Schoesler of Ritzville, who called it a splurge. I m very skeptical of their budgeting. I think they always have slush money tucked away (Agencies) always trot out the most needy or cite a court ruling, Schoesler said Monday. But clearly we re not out of budget difficulties and they ve shown real insensitivity. Quigley defended the trainings, which the agency estimated to have cost $217 for each of the more than 2,100 employees who attended two-day workshops in Tacoma. The state paid $17,500 to a humorist and motivational speaker to address each of three workshops, but Quigley said community service offices have high turnover and it makes sense to spend $217 on boosting a staffer s morale than to spend $25,000 training a new worker.
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