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To be sure, he’s held press events where there are others on stage with him. During overseas visits, he’s sometimes fielded questions from reporters as he stood with foreign leaders. He’s also engaged in what are known as “gaggles,” those impromptu, brief chats with reporters.

But neither is a substitute for the real McCoy.

Trump’s last press conference was staged on Feb. 16, 2017. To reread the transcript a full year later serves as a reminder of just how odd was the session. A couple of examples:

In answer to a question about Trump’s persistence in overstating his margin of victory in the 2016 presidential election, he said, “I was given that information. I was given I actually, I’ve seen that information around.”

Well, that surely inspires confidence in the veracity of his assertions, no?

Here he was on our nation’s relationship with Russia:

“If Russia and the United States actually got together and got along and don’t forget, we’re a very powerful nuclear country and so are they. There’s no upside. We’re a very powerful nuclear country and so are they. I have been briefed. And I can tell you one thing about a briefing that we’re allowed to say because anybody that ever read the most basic book can say it: nuclear holocaust would be like no other.”

Yes, the president of the United States actually said, “nuclear holocaust would be like no other.”

One more answer from Trump’s last press conference tells quite the tale in light of what’s (not) been happening with the Obama era program known as DACA, or Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, which protected from deportation those who’d been brought to our nation illegally as children.

Asked if he planned to continue the program or to end it, Trump said:

“We’re gonna show great heart. DACA is a very, very difficult subject for me, I will tell you.

“But the DACA situation is a very, very it’s a very difficult thing for me because you know, I love these kids, I love kids, I have kids and grandkids. And I find it very, very hard doing what the law says exactly to do and you know, the law is rough.”

Seven months later, of course, he’d move to end DACA. And the White House on Thursday threatened to veto a bipartisan bill in the Senate that would have given both sides much of what they’d wanted, including money for Trump’s wall on our border with Mexico, and protection for the so called dreamers.

Instead of a show of “great heart,” he instead gave the dreamers the back of his hand.

Regular press conferences have been a staple of the modern presidency until Trump. Reporters, who act as the eyes and ears of the citizens, are given an opportunity to ask questions, and to receive answers on the record. A president who isn’t up to the task, who lacks detailed information, who can’t think on his feet or reason clearly, puts his failings on full display. Previous presidents, not all of them masters of the genre, nonetheless routinely took part.

Trump, with his continued refusal to face the press, demonstrates that he’s nothing like the tough guy he imagines himself to be, but is instead little more than a chicken.
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The decision to choose baseball was partly a big picture calculation that weighed factors such as length of career, long term health and guaranteed contracts all areas where baseball stands above football as a profession. But those factors, Judge said, were secondary to what his heart was telling him: “I saw myself as a baseball player,” he said. After passing up a chance to sign with the Oakland A’s coming out of high school, after they drafted him in the 31st round in 2010, he was picked in the supplemental first round (32nd overall) by the Yankees in 2013 and signed for a bonus of $1.8 million.

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General Electric Co.’s new boss says he’ll unload $20 billion in assets. Wall Street wonders if that’s enough.

With several divisions slumping and the stock dropping to a five year low last week, CEO John Flannery is under rising pressure to shake up the 125 year old manufacturer. One potential strategy to unlock value would be a portfolio overhaul, with analysts broaching the possibility of a more sweeping breakup.

“Flannery will eventually need to break GE apart in a more aggressive fashion,” Scott Davis, head of Melius Research, said in a recent note. The CEO’s plan, which calls for GE to sell or spin off assets amounting to roughly 15% of the company’s total, is “hardly a big change,” Davis said. “We think 50% is more in the ballpark of what’s needed.”

GE’s stock has plunged 36% this year, by far the worst in the Dow Jones Industrial Average, cutting the market value to $175 billion. That’s almost $90 billion below what the company should be worth, based on the anticipated future earnings of each business unit, according to Melius.

Flannery is poised Nov. 13 to unveil how he intends to reshape GE. “Everything is on the table,” he told investors last month.

Here’s a look at what might, and might not, be on the block:


This crown jewel, which makes jet engines, probably isn’t going anywhere. But that doesn’t mean it will look the same. One question is whether upheaval in the aircraft parts market highlighted by United Technologies Corp.’s pending acquisition of Rockwell Collins Inc. will put assets such as GE’s avionics operation in play.


With gas turbines slumping, the power division has been a big source of headaches, leading some analysts to suggest that the entire business would be a potential candidate for sale or spinoff. Flannery, who ran GE Healthcare before becoming CEO, has defended its position. Still, GE could look to shed portions of the business, including information technology.


GE took a step away from the tough oil and gas market this year by combining the unit with Baker Hughes, a company in which GE now owns a majority stake. GE may opt for a full separation through a “staged exit” of its remaining holding, according to Deane Dray, an analyst with RBC Capital Markets.


This operation’s highest profile unit, the jet leasing business known as Gecas, could be sold or spun off, according to Davis. The division “is an amazing asset and throws off a lot of cash,” he said in a note. “Gecas would be able to take on higher levels of debt and could be outright bought by someone else.”


The France based division is poised to capitalize on clean energy trends, with sizable wind and hydroelectric businesses. GE Transportation has struggled amid a downturn in the rail market and a trend toward electrification. Jamie Miller was the division’s CEO until last month, when she was promoted to chief financial officer of the parent company.


The small division is already undergoing changes. GE said earlier this year that it would get rid of the consumer light bulb operations. A sale of its commercial lighting business, known as Current, is also possible, said Jeff Sprague, an analyst at Vertical Research Partners.
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That’s according to a new report published this week by the Centers for Disease Control in its journal, Emerging Infectious Diseases, which suggests the military’s exclusive vaccine be considered for civilian use.

Adenovirus can feel like the flu: Symptoms include fever, sore throat and diarrhea, the CDC notes.

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i just recently reformatted my hard drive and i i just installed the sound card (Crystal WDM Audio Codec). But im still not getting any sound and it says it is working properly and. im confused. volume control doesn’ load with my computer, and when i select it from the start menu it doens’t open. when i open sound recorder i get this message, “Sound recorder cannot record or play back because a sound device is not installed. To install device.” blah blah.

so if you guys could help me. yeah would gladly recieve a thanks as a reward

take a clean hard drive, do a clean install of the O/S and driver (now the device works) and exporting the associated registry entries, then reattaching the old system and merging in the correct keys.

For any non WDM driver, one of the steps above would work. If the manufacturer makes a non WDM driver, Install that and the device will usually work properly. Do not let Windows Update try to install a newer driver or else it will break it.

I first saw this symptom when VIA Audio devices started showing up. If the WDM driver did not go in cleanly the first time, there was no way to make it work (short of wiping and doing a clean load of the O/S).

We had to install the PCI (non WDM) driver or use another sound card to get sound.

I have searched for a solution on the web to no avail, and would welcome any suggestions from people who have had this problem and made the WDM work. Lots of people want to give advice without actually experiencing the problem. None of their advice ever helps. So if you have a solution that has worked for you in the past to fix this, I would welcome your input.

I don’t know who you are, or where you came from Bruce Hildebrand, but you need to shut the fk up, or find another forum

Diagnosis is some times a process of elimination, (twice), another person, I gave simple well know basic steps for trouble shooting installing new hardware, and you butt in argumentatively,
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You have a grand total of three posts, and so far you have not got off to a good start, you need to close your mouth, open your ears, shut the fk up, then maybe you will get a chance to learn something

When you have learned some basic computer skills, maybe you will be able to give some advice that can help someone

Until then, have a coke a smile, shut the fk up

1) Standard Hardware Troubleshooting does not work for this specific problem.

2) I offered no theories but if you want one now, I think there is a fundamental deign problem with WDM driver installation mechanisms (usually manifesting itself in cases where there was other different hardware present, prior to the driver install. In some cases the existence of A PCI driver getting replaced by a WDM driver is sufficient.

3) I indicated things that have been tried in the past and failed, to hopefully gain some valid information (instead of posts where respondents just guess at the problem with a try this or a try that)

4) There are thousands of people who have this problem. A simple internet search will verify that. I have personally seen it on VIA audio, ATR Rage Theater Audio, some Crystal Sound Cards. To date, there have been no posts that provide a solution (other than wipe and reload).
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It was barely a year ago that Mark Parker, Nike’s chief executive, made a public pledge as big and bold as his company.

The Beaverton area juggernaut’s sales would explode, he predicted, pushing annual revenue from $30 billion to $50 billion by 2020. Having built a seemingly impregnable position atop the athletic footwear and apparel industry, few questioned that Nike could make it happen.

Today, however, $50 billion seems a long way off. Nike’s archrival Adidas has become the story of 2016. Hitting a sweet spot at the crossroads of sports and pop culture, Adidas is posting sustained double digit sales gains, particularly in the key North American market where it was dead in the water just two years ago.

Nike is still growing. Its dominant position atop the athletic footwear and apparel business remains secure. But Adidas and upstart Under Armour are growing faster. For the first time in recent memory, they’re grabbing market share from The Swoosh.

“Nike has had a terrific run, much of it at the expense of Adidas,” said Jim Duffy, an analyst with the financial services firm Stifel Financial Corp. “But Adidas has its act together again. They’re gaining share, and they’re going to gain more.”

Possibly more troubling for Nike is the sentiment that its pipeline of hot new products has run dry. Davidson. “What I hear from the critics is a lack of innovation, newness. Flyknit, (a groundbreaking footwear technology) has been around for four years. It was great. But you can’t take credit for that forever.”

Camilo Lyon, an analyst with Canaccord Genuity, echoed those sentiments, calling Nike’s new products “weak and uninspiring.”

Whether Nike’s issues represent a temporary hiccup or a more dire matter, they pose one of the toughest management challenges for Parker since he ascended to the CEO’s office a decade ago. Wall Street has noticed. Propelled by downgrades by Lyon and a handful of other analysts, Nike’s stock has declined roughly 17.5 percent since the beginning of the year. That’s more than $19 billion in lost market value.

Nike insists it’s stronger than ever. The company declined requests for interviews, but in a written statement said it will “continue to deliver growth” across its portfolio.

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“We are a growth company”: A constant refrain in Nike’s latest conference call, during which company executives stood by CEO Mark Parker’s pledge that it will reach $50 billion by 2020

“Edit and amplify”: The motto essentially means deleting the bad and improving the good. For example, the company’s golf hardware business got edited (read eliminated) in August after management determined its long term profit prospects would not up to company standards

The local angle: With an estimated 10,000 people working at or near its Beaverton campus, it is one of the metro area’s largest employers. It has launched $400 million in new construction

Going retro: The Three Stripes found new life by embracing the Originals. Last year, with help from pitchman Pharrell Williams, the company sold 15 million pairs of the Superstar in 50 colors making it the top selling sneaker in the industry, the company claims. The Stan Smith and Gazelle lines are also top sellers

High fashion: Adidas was among the first major sports brands to embrace celebrity and high fashion. Kanye West’s Yeezy line is highly coveted by sneaker collectors and difficult to obtain.

Key stat: Sales hit $14.6 billion in the first nine months of the year, up 15 percent globally and nearly double that in North America

The local angle: Adidas continues to enlarge its Portland presence. Most of the approximately 150 former Reebok employees displaced by a downsizing in Massachusetts will relocate to Portland

Kevin Plank: The company’s chief executive has lofty goals $7.5 billion in revenue by 2018, $10 billion not long afterward

Stephen Curry: The two time NBA MVP’s signature line helped the company’s footwear sales surge from $239 million in 2012 to $1 billion in 2016

Key stat: The company has chalked up sales growth of 20 percent or more for the past 26 quarters

The local angle: Under Armour is building a Portland office at the old YMCA adjacent to Duniway Park

In a business that prides itself on innovation, 2016 has been a strange year for the athletic footwear and apparel business. Shoes designed decades ago are selling in huge volumes. in October were updated versions of classic shoes introduced decades ago the Adidas Superstar, the Converse All Star Ox Low and the Nike Huarache.

NPD analyst Matt Powell said the top sellers are a reflection of a dramatic consumer shift from performance athletic gear toward more casual sportswear. “We’re in an extraordinary time for the industry, not a single performance category is trending positively,” he said. “I have never seen this happen in 16 years.”

Adidas has been a big beneficiary of the shift. The German company with North American headquarters in Portland has introduced a constant stream of updated Superstars, Stan Smiths, Gazelles and Sambas, and the public can’t get enough. Adidas sold 15 million pair of Superstars alone in 2015, making it the best selling sneaker of the year “by far,” according to former CEO Herbert Hainer.

Adidas’ Originals sales jumped nearly 50 percent in the company’s third quarter, compared with the same three months last year. That’s on top of a 47 percent increase in the third quarter of 2015.

Adidas also has jumped unapologetically into fashion and celebrity, partnering with musicians and designers. The Yeezy line developed with rapper Kanye West has proved a big success.

There was a time when purists would sneer at a sports company cutting deals with rappers and reality television stars, arguing that in the end it would damage the brand. But those days are gone.

Nike notes that it, too, has relationships with non athletes like comedian Kevin Hart and apparel designer Jun Takahashi.
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It was nine years ago when Fred Stelnicki adopted a ferret that his wife friend no longer wanted and it wasn long before it stole his heart among other items.

Today Stelnicki is president of the Manitoba Ferret Association and cares for six ferrets, three of his own and three fosters surrendered by their owners.

“They require a little more supervision than a dog or cat. They are generally very high energy, similar in behaviour to a puppy or kitten that never grows up.”

The MFA is hosting its annual Ferret Frolic at St. to noon at shelters A and B), which is open to anyone who owns a ferret or would like to learn more about them. The event includes a ferret care seminar and games such as tube races.

Donations support the MFA no kill shelter, providing food, litter and medical care.

“Deb Kelley, who is one of our founding members, has more knowledge about ferrets than the majority of veterinarians in the city,” Stelnicki said.

The MFA, which was launched in 1997, has just under 100 members and together they care for about 60 fosters, most of whom were surrendered by their owners. People give up their ferrets for the same reasons as other pets allergies, moving into a place that won accept pets, baby on the way or they don have time, Stelnicki said.

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He grew up in a high profile Republican family and became infamous in Columbia University’s liberal circles for penning fierce attacks on campus protesters. On the bench, he has subscribed to the same judicial philosophy as the late Antonin Scalia, a conservative icon whom Gorsuch would replace on the court. And Gorsuch’s recent rulings including a major decision finding that companies could deny employees government mandated contraceptive coverage on religious grounds have won him plaudits from the right.

But Gorsuch has also established deep and enduring relationships with liberals he has known since his school days in some cases the very targets of his pointed attacks. He has won endorsements from gay friends and hired law clerks from the opposite end of the political spectrum. He has argued that the court system shortchanges low income people and called for making legal services cheaper and courts more accessible. Even the simple writing style of his opinions, which have won wide attention in legal circles, reflects his conviction that the law should be understandable to everyone, lest it favor only the wealthy and well educated.

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The rapper, whose real name is Artis Leon Ivey Jr, said he was looking forward to visiting the country and would “absolutely” take time to talk to his fans, but would be taking some precautions.

His comments came following his 2009 Staffordshire University performance when he dived into the crowd and had his shoes and accessories stolen.

The 53 year old told the Press Association: “I consider my UK fans, friends and fellow artists as family.

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Best known for his chart topping single Gangsta’s Paradisein 1995, Coolio has also delighted followers with his passion in the kitchen, releasing his recipe book Cookin’ With Coolio in 2009.

Describing himself as “really, really good” at what he does, he continued: “I don’t have an ego, I am what I am.

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Widely credited with combining the world of mainstream pop music with hip hop, Coolio became a familiar voice on LA radio after leaving college, but his career as an artist took off after his collaboration with WC and the Maad Circle in the 1991 album Ain’t A Damn Thang.

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Perfect marketing, a die hard fan dream. But it won happen.

Prince death from an accidental painkiller overdose in 2016 leaves fans to only imagine how the megastar might have topped his electrifying performance in pouring rain at the Super Bowl 11 years ago in Miami.

joke, we just have a Prince hologram?’ said Mike Howard, spokesman for the Minnesota Super Bowl Host Committee. Justin Timberlake is the halftime performer for Sunday game.

At a press conference Thursday, Timberlake said Prince was a big influence.

my opinion, the greatest all around musician in popular culture, Timberlake said. time I got to spend around him, with him, talking about music . those are memories that I take with me forever. the sights and sounds of Prince still surround the big game between the Philadelphia Eagles and the New England Patriots. There the mural of Prince with a white dove in the Uptown neighbourhood, his gold star outside Minneapolis First Avenue nightclub, or Paisley Park, his recording complex turned museum in Chanhassen, about 20 miles (32 kilometres) southwest of Minneapolis.

is not here in being, but he here in spirit, said music producer Jimmy Jam, who along with his producing partner Terry Lewis went heavy on Minnesota musical acts for Super Bowl Live , a free, 10 day fan festival on Nicollet Mall in downtown Minneapolis. Jam said he hears Prince music every NFL telecast and highlight on all the networks. said Prince so associated with this state and with this city that his presence is definitely felt. packed downtown for Monday Night concert, featuring Sheila E., Morris Day and The Time, and Prince 1980s band The Revolution.

Fans also are getting a firsthand look at Prince guitars, costumes, hats and shoes on loan from Paisley Park at an exhibit as part of Super Bowl Live.

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Sunday game marks the anniversary of Prince appearance at the 2007 Super Bowl that saw the Indianapolis Colts beat the Chicago Bears. Many called the show the best Super Bowl halftime ever.

Dressed in turquoise jacket and pants with an orange shirt, Prince gave a blistering rendition of his own hits, such as Go Crazy, followed by covers of Creedence Clearwater Revival Mary, Bob Dylan Along the Watchtower and the Foo Fighters of You before finishing with Rain in a driving rainstorm.

Morris Hayes, 55, was a keyboardist for Prince former band New Power Generation and was on stage that night. He remembers organizers approaching Prince before the Super Bowl with the forecast of rain and offering to pre record his performance. Hayes said that prompted Prince famous response: Can you make it rain harder?

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