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Thousands gather to protest a planned mosque in New York City. A pastor in Florida threatens to burn a Quran. You don’t have to look hard to see that 9 years after the 9.11 tragedy, Muslims are still having difficulty being accepted into our society. Now, EEOC releases startling filing data showing anti Muslim discrimination claims are at record levels.

Shortly after the World Trade Center attacks, EEOC logged 697 complaints alleging anti Muslim bias. Last year? 1,490. A record high. In fact there were more complaints filed last year than in 2002, the year after the September 11th World Trade Center tragedy.

The increase in EEOC filings reflects the increasing intolerance towards Muslims. Mary Jo O’Neill, spokesperson for the EEOC, was more blunt. “There is a hatred, an open hatred, and a lack of tolerance of people who are Muslim,” she said.

In a recent press release, the EEOC announced it was bringing charges against JBS USA, a Colorado meat packer. In a particularly disturbing case, federal officials say that JBS managers did nothing when Muslim workers had blood and meat thrown at them by co workers and supervisors. Company restrooms have Anti Muslim graffiti including some particularly vile references to the Prophet Mohammed written on walls. Muslim workers were denied breaks to pray and were fired when requesting a change of time of their evening break during the Islamic holy celebration of Ramadan. State officials from Colorado and Nebraska are also taking action against the company. The government also charged a Sheraton hotel in Phoenix with permitting anti Muslim discrimination by allowing employees to call an Iraqi born co worker a “camel jockey” and terrorist. (JBS is fighting the charges.)

Unfortunately, this type of hatred is increasing. Employers have a legal duty to keep that hatred out of the work place. Having supervisors join in the religious taunts, as the JBS complaint alleges, certainly gives rise to a hostile work environment.

This dramatic rise in complaints makes it clear that Muslim Americans continue to have difficulty assimilating into our communities.

Just how bad is the problem? Although Muslims make up less than 2% of the American population, last year they accounted for a quarter of all religious discrimination complaints filed with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission.
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First there was Dell Curry lighting up the “hive” for the Charlotte Hornets. Then there was Stephen and Seth Curry lighting up private school basketball arenas with their gritty performances while at Charlotte Christian.

The two Curry brothers owned the trophy stage at the prestigious annual Bojangles Shootout, a tournament put on by their father’s foundation.

This time, though, the family lineage was a little bit different. Brandyn Curry, Hopewell’s star guard, led the Titans to victory three nights in a row en route to a Bojangles Shootout local division championship and an MVP honor.

Last Thursday’s 61 57 win over Myers Park was just another typical double double for Curry as he tallied 15 points, tied for a team high, and notched 10 rebounds and four steals.

Curry scored seven and 13 points in wins over Charlotte Latin and Cannon earlier in the tournament.

Curry has struggled in terms of shooting percentage and efficiency at times, but coaches say that his intangibles are what continue to make him such a crucial component of Hopewell’s success. Robinson team on Tuesday night. The Titans’ defense is averaging nearly 21 turnovers forced per game, further emphasizing their commitment to superior play at both ends of the court.

While Curry isn’t always the lead scorer on his team teammate Jordan Downing often fills those shoes his leadership and determination has been palpable since his move to point guard.

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The senior point guard has committed to Harvard for next year.

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The West Mecklenburg Hawks (11 3, 4 0) remained unbeaten in Queen City 3A/4A boys basketball by overcoming a six point fourth quarter to deficit to beat Olympic 58 54 on Wednesday.

West Meck’s Aaron Bennett scored eight points in the final period, finishing with a game high 21 points, eight rebounds and four blocks. Bennett’s stellar play sparked a lethargic Hawks team that was put on their heels by the upstart Olympic Trojans (1 4, 1 2) who created points off of drives into the paint.

“I thought we had a little bit of tired legs coming back from break from the Bojangles tournament,” West Meck coach Donald Kirby told the Charlotte Observer. “One of the things we learned playing over the Christmas holidays is the kids are mentally tough, and I thought they demonstrated that tonight.”
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Led by first place finishes by Sam McIntosh (135), Tywan Claxton (140), Devon Range (145) and Randall Howard (215), Brush finished third at the Riverside Rumble on Saturday.

Perhaps even more impressive, the Arcs were 7 0 in the final round on Saturday. Combine that with the 7 1 record they piled up last week at the Avon Lake Invitational, and Brush is 14 1 (.933) in the final round of tournaments this year.

“You think I’d lie?” Swirsky said with a laugh when asked if his team is wrestling like the best team in Brush history. “This team works so hard. Honestly, some of them have to go shoe shopping because their shoes are worn out from wrestling so much over the summer.

“This is just a great group to be around.”

Brush, which finished with 277 points, made a valiant run at tournament champion West Branch (3811/2) and runner up Lorain (2981/2), but the top two teams had enough of a cushion going into the final round to stave off the Arcs.

But the Arcs’ moments Saturday night were impressive.

First, McIntosh controlled his match with Girard’s Jacob Carpenter for a 3 1 win.

Claxton took down Riverside’s Mitch Diemert early, turned him for near fall points and gave up only a pair of escapes in a 9 2 win.

Range hardly broke a sweat in his 23 second pin of Liberty’s Justin Hideg for his 106th career win. He hit the 100 win plateau on Friday in his first match of the tournament and was named the tournament’s Most Valuable Wrestler for upper weights (145 and up).

“I didn’t even know it was my 100th until my coach told me,” Range said. “But we’ve got the names of everyone who has gotten 100 wins (at Brush), and that was a goal of mine.”

Howard then solidified his team’s perfect evening when he reversed Geneva’s Tommy Padavick with 8.3 seconds remaining for an 8 7 win.

Brush brought 10 wrestlers to the Rumble. Nine of them placed in the top six.

“They want it,” assistant coach Frank Spano said of the Arcs’ drive to succeed. “The thing is, they still don’t know how good they can be.”

Finishing just behind Brush was Perry, which along with South is the youngest team in The News Herald area. The Pirates finished impressively despite their youth, placing fourth with 2411/2 points. Of the 12 wrestlers who took to the mat for Perry, 11 were underclassmen.

The Pirates’ lone champion was freshman 125 pounder Aaron Gessic, who put on a takedown and near fall point clinic in his 21 4 technical fall win over Lorain’s Antoine Edwards.

“I think I wrestled pretty well,” said Gessic, who is 7 0 this season with four pins. “I try to end it early in the first so I am not too tired the rest of the day.”

Riverside finished fifth in the 16 team field with 2331/2 points, crowning champion Cameron Ellis at 119. Ellis pinned Perry’s Brian Loxterman at the 2:38 mark of the second period and was named the most valuable wrestler of the lower weights.

“I was pumped up to beat Loxterman,” said Ellis, who finished second at last weekend at the Solon Comet Classic. “I was wrestling great last week in Solon until that final match, and I don’t know what happened then. It feels great to win this one.”

Other area wrestlers winning their weight class on Saturday were Euclid’s Dylan Norwood, who pinned West Branch’s Joe Karlen for the 171 pound title, and Benedictine’s Joe Nawalaniec, who took a 7 2 heavyweight decision over West Branch’s Logan Sharp.
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On the first day of school when the class list was posted, I was shocked to discover that my son had absolutely zero former classmates in his class. None. Not one.

Across the playground, there were quite a few other kids in tears after discovering that their best or closest friends would not be in their new class, either.

“Being a supply EA and working at a number of different schools, I have spoken to a few principals and a number of teachers who admit that in largely populated schools they shuffle the kids around each year to encourage new friendships.”

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One mom I spoke with the other day admitted that her son is always starting a new grade without any close friends. At first, she seemed to think it was a good idea.

Then she thought about it a bit more and realized that because of this practice, her son does not have a “best friend.” In fact, she surmised that he does not have any close friends because his classmates are always changing.

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While high heels can make the wearer feel more confident, they aren’t comfortable for long term wearing. This means that many women carry around a spare pair of flats with them.

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The 46 year old also has a reputation for her shoes with removable heels.

Designer Tanya Heath came up with the idea for her shoes after moving to Paris in 1996.

The Canadian, who spent years working for firms in the telecoms and energy sectors, was tired of having to change her shoes every time she arrived or left the office.

“I would arrive in ballerina pumps and change into heels, and my French colleagues ridiculed me,” she says.

“They called me ‘la New Yorkaise’, because of the perception that New Yorkers wore trainers with suits while walking to work.”

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The biggest challenge was to make shoes that were comfortable and stylish, she says. Since the 1980s, several firms had developed footwear with removable heels but none had been successful.

“Some of the other attempts out there were either awful looking or worse, and they didn’t really work, with the heels falling off,” Mrs Heath says.

Backed by a team of designers and engineers, she came up with a “pick and choose concept”.

First women buy the shoes, sandals, pumps or boots, then they buy the heels of their choice.

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But the firm has since shipped to 72 countries and opened boutiques in France, Portugal and Canada.

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The healthy sales at Tanya Heath Paris comes as the issue of whether women should wear high heels to work continues to spark controversy.

In April of this year, the Canadian province of British Columbia banned companies from being able to force women to wear high heels, while that same month the UK government rejected a petition calling for a similar ban in Britain.

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Griezmann opted to remain at Atletico after their transfer ban was upheld (Picture: Getty)

Antoine Griezmann appears to have dropped a cryptic hint on Twitter that he might be rethinking his decision to snub a move to Manchester United this summer.

The French forward looked destined to move to Old Trafford at the end of last season, with his good friend and compatriot Paul Pogba even suggesting it was a done deal.

But Atletico Madrid’s transfer ban meant the club would be unable to sign a replacement for Griezmann had he left, so he opted to remain at the club until January at least.

Pogba had dropped hints for months that Griezmann would join him at United (Picture: Getty)

Now it looks as though Griezmann is regretting that decision, having posted an unhappy emoji sandwiched between the ‘call me’ emoji that denotes his Hotline Bling celebration not long after United had swatted aside Swansea.

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And fans are now speculating that Griezmann’s latest tweet shows that he is unhappy with his decision to stay at Atletico, and would much rather be in Lukaku’s shoes, playing alongside Pogba.

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Are shoe lifts or heel lifts safe? This is a question I get asked quite often, the answer as with most things in life is not a simple yes or no. Shoe or heel lifts as quoted by Wikipedia “Heel lifts (shoe lifts in the UK) are a wedge shaped shoe insert which fits in the heel portion of a shoe, with the purpose of adding elevation under one or both feet for therapeutic purposes.” Obviously these inserts will increase height and this is the purpose that the majority of people will buy them, the therapeutic purposes referred to are generally to aid with leg length discrepancy, where one leg is shorter than the other thus causing back pain or an uneven gait or stride. For leg length discrepancy shoe or heel lifts can be an excellent solution when used correctly and prescribed by a competent expert in the field.

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Imagine a lady,
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Walk up to the girl, kiss her on the cheeks and walk away. Don’t say a word. Ignore any comments unless its a good one from the girl you just kissed. Remember, just walk away and don’t talk to anyone.

1. She looks for you later on and talks to you. outcomes from this:

a) She comes up to you and just laughs or laughs with her friends and then leaves. Nothing serious, it’ll all be forgotten a few days later. She hates you. outcomes from this:

a) She comes with a whole gang and completely puts you down. Everyone’s laughing at you. You have just made a fool of yourself. Maybe later on, she might say something to you, but all we be forgotten. Might grow into a hostile stage.

4. Money. outcomes from this:

a) She sues you for sexual harrassment. Evil thing! Greedy for money. Doesn’t understand that you just like her or if not going good, at least be a friend of hers. Greedy!

b) You have to prove you love by buying her expensive gifts.

c) Yo have to take her on dates, eat outs, movies, just an average relationship. By 1 week, you’ll have spent $200+

1. He also likes you. outcomes from this:

a) Friends around might make remarks, nothing bad, just those oooooo type ones. He tells them to shut up. You talk later on when you two are alone. No,
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b) He becomes friends with you and understands you like him. But its too late.

2. He is hostile. outcomes from this:

a) Acts like a half jerk and pretends to like you. On his mind, his a wolf, and i mean those bad type ones. Acts good and wraps around you a bit. Maybe apologize later and be friends with you. He hates you. outcomes from this:

a) He gets up, laughs are you, insults you, stuff like that. Everyone laughs. You have just embarrased yourself in front of guys. You’ll probably hate boys now. He might apologize later on, if you take action. Otherwise, he’ll just forget this and pretend nothing happens.

This thread?

Outcome 1: If you’ve read it, then you’ve just taken interest in reading my crazy ideas for the sake of killing time.

Outcome 2: You just read this thread for the sake of killing time.

Outcome 3: You hate me

Outcome 3! No, just kidding. LOL. Good advice!

The biggest problem with people today is they are too scarried to take a risk. When I see a girl I just go and talk to her. If you can’t face rejection you won’t get anywhere in life! Hey, if it goes you have a new friend, maybe more. If it goes bad,
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Gov. Chris Christie still is capable of delivering strong ratings somewhere.

In the same month that his approval rating dropped to a record low in New Jersey gubernatorial history and that was before the beach fiasco Christie held his own in the ratings department as a co host on sports talk radio station WFAN.

Christie is returning to WFAN on Monday and Tuesday in the celebrated afternoon drive shift to co host with Evan Roberts while Mike Francesa is on vacation. It will be his first time since Beachgate.

With Francesa leaving the No. 1 ranked station in December, a highly attractive job is set to open around the time that Christie leaves office. Fueled speculation is that the brash politician, whose co host stints have become more frequent in recent months, is a candidate to replace Francesa.

WFAN must be buoyed by Christie’s ratings, though it’s a small sample. window for the period of June 5 14, according to data obtained by NJ Advance Media.

Christie hosted back to back days on June 12 13 and listenership was comparable or ahead of the previous Monday and Tuesday (June 5 6) across the board in demographics and measurements, per the data.

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In the two primary radio advertising targeted demographics of males and all adults ages 25 54, the Average Quarter Hour Persons listening during those two days was up over any back to back days during the previous week, the ratings show.

The data measuring the average number of persons listening for at least five minutes during a 15 minute period (AQH) and the number of different persons who listened for at least five minutes during any time period (cumulative audience) is considered to be an estimate and not indicative of the final monthly market ratings.

Christie’s two appearances alongside Craig Carton in place of Boomer Esiason rated No. 2 and No. 5 in AQH during the time slot for that 10 day window among both males and adults ages 25 54. He kicked off the show solo on June 13 because Carton was late.

“When either Boomer or Carton are here, no matter who the co host, we find the numbers are fairly close to steady,” Mark Chernoff, WFAN’s program director, told NJ Advance Media while declining to confirm any specific numbers because they are not publicly available.

“If both are out, that’s when we may see a bigger swing in the ratings.”

While the generalized numbers provide only a two day snapshot, Christie, who has had turns as a guest sports talk co host since at least 2011, obviously has made an impression on WFAN executives.

The plan could be to match him with several partners to gauge chemistry. It’s unlikely Christie would take over Francesa’s show in a solo act.

“We are trying him next week for two days paired with Evan Roberts,” Chernoff said.

The cumulative audience numbers during Christie’s two day stint were not as favorable. Over 10 days, it ranked No. 2 (June 13) and No. 8 (June 12) among males ages 25 54, and No. 4 and 7 among all adults ages 25 54 and about the same when including ages 18 25.

“I’d caution anyone into reading too deep into data for two days,” Jason Barrett, a sports radio consultant and former program director, told NJ Advance Media. “That being said, Chris has been getting some regular run on the radio station and clearly he’s got a large name, which is important in The Big Apple.

“What I would say is encouraging is that once the audience knows that he is there, the numbers went up the next day.”

Attributing the boost to Christie’s presence isn’t a sure thing, however. Barrett mentioned wins by the Yankees and the Mets and the conclusion of the NBA Finals on June 12 as potential factors.

“There should be more enthusiasm on Tuesday than there is on a Monday, because that’s when people are getting back to work and the urgency to put the radio on isn’t as strong,” Barrett said.

“Yes, he’s got a little bit of an uptick compared to other days which, if you are WFAN is something you are looking at but the other part of this is, would Christie over the span of five days be seen as somebody who wears you out or somebody you look forward to listening to more?”

As Mike and the Mad Dog famously learned during their run on WFAN, the right partnership is also a factor in ratings.

“You could have two really talented people, but if you don’t have chemistry nothing works,” Barrett said. “It’s easy to look at the mornings. He has good chemistry with Craig. That’s evident. If that was (another host), they might not have the same connection with Chris.”

In terms of AQH rating percentage and cumulative audience rating percentage, the June 13 show ranked alongside the highest rated Boomer Carton programs in key demographics during the 10 day period. The June 12 show was a step back from the regular hosts.

The average programming share was not included in the data obtained, but WFAN typically is a leader in the marketplace.

“If you are in Mark’s shoes at WFAN,” Barrett said, “you are going, ‘I’m encouraged that when I put (Christie) in there I see something positive,’ but a lot of it comes down to the combination.

“You could make a case that there are guys who have been on the radio for 10 years and are very good at what they do, and here’s Christie who hasn’t and he’s performing the same way.”
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to wish them well. and noon to find out where their next posting would be for the Salvation Army, it didn’t make the wait any easier.

The couple had discussed what places they would prefer to go and how far they wanted to be away from their boys who would be staying in Pictou County, but in the end, they knew the decision was not theirs to make.

“Everyone was like, ‘Where are you going?’ and we would say we don’t know.

They start in their new unit on July 3 and are looking forward to meeting new people and working with a ministry that has similar characteristics to Pictou County.

Dolores works in family services for Pictou County, overseeing everything from the fundraisers to toy drives as well as the thrift shop and food bank in addition to offering some counselling services. Neil is based out of the church and focuses mainly on its ministry and the many services it has available.

“We talk about the church and going to church on Sunday, but after working in the thrift store and family services, I thought of that as my church. You will get 60 to 70 people that come out to church on Sunday, but we get a lot of people that come to our thrift store and family services,” she said. “I tell him I have a bigger church over there. In the thrift store, we have over a thousand people come through the store and that doesn’t include the people who donated or are just walking around. That is a big church.”

The Abbotts have been told that Summerside has a large family services branch that includes a food bank and luncheons that serve as a main service of the community in addition to that of the traditional ministry.

Since a multifaceted ministry is all they know, their move to the Island seems like a natural step in their journey.

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They took on extra work themselves, but they credit the dedication of their staff and volunteers for helping the unit turn a corner.

“You don’t realize until you go into an intense campaign and you see volunteers who should technically be going home, but they see the importance of volunteering,” Neil said. “You know their backs and hips hurt so much they can barely stand by the kettle or be in the thrift store, but they want to be there. It is amazing to see their dedication.”

The Abbotts hope that the new officer, Lt, Shawna Goulding of Saskatchewan will be shown the same loyalty. The unit will also be hiring a person to fill Dolores’s role in family services so there will be changes in both Westville and New Glasgow.

The Salvation Army encourages officers to stay away from their former units for at least a year so the person filling their shoes is given a chance to manage things their own way.

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