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IT’S not a word we would have been throwing around ten years ago, but nowadays FIFO workers are the envy of many with their fat salaries and extended days off.

But with reports of growing numbers of suicides in the industry and endless speculation of boom turning to bust, what’s the temperature like inside the mining industry at present?

Flying Miners tells the real-life stories of those on the front line of Australia’s mining boom. Here’s what life is like inside the modern-day gold rush.

SHANA MOOYMAN

Shana Mooyman has been in the industry for six years after starting at 19. Source: Supplied

IT takes a strong personality to rock up to male-dominated mining site at 19 and start driving heavy machinery — but Shana Mooyman has one very firm head on her shoulders.

The 25 year old, who has a background in modelling and promotions work, has been working in the industry for six years after joining “pretty much straight out of high school”. She’s used her time to secure three investment properties and set herself up financially and is now working on a plan B.

“When I first started I was quite young. I was paying off my loans and there was all this excitement. It was a good couple of years and I loved it. Having a whole week off at a time was great, you can do a lot in that time. I wouldn’t be able to go back to a Monday to Friday job, I know that,” she told news.com.au.

She works as an “all-rounder” on an iron ore mine driving loaders, graders, excavators, and any machine except for a ‘dozer’ — a job she scored through a friend in the industry after wanting to get out of her hometown of Bunbury.

The former model now works as an all-rounder on an iron ore mine and said life in the male dominated industry is great, but you have to be the kind of person that can handle it. Source: Supplied

“They were willing to give me a shot and away I went. Being that young I was thinking of the money and I would save so much. I was single back then I didn’t have any commitments back at home. I didn’t really know what I wanted to do — the timing was everything.”

While working in a male-dominated environment is a shock to some, Shana said you need to be the type of person that can handle it.

“When I first started people would all the time be asking, ‘why are you up here?’” she said. Now a few years older, she has a partner who works in the construction side of the industry and has scaled back the after-work socialising.

And on the job. Source: Supplied

As a model in a former life. Source: Supplied

“I don’t ever go down to the wet mess [an onsite pub] I used to be a lot more sociable and drink with my crew but I don’t do that anymore. I more just talk about my partner all the time. It throws it in everyone’s faces. Now they just treat me like one of the guys. Once you’ve been doing it for a while you can have fun with the guys. If you don’t act like a princess they’ll treat you better.”

Her mum, brother and partner also work in mining but most of her friends have nine to five jobs, meaning she misses out on a lot back in Perth.

“You do give up quite a lot. Working away isn’t for everyone. It’s hard on you mentally, you’re very isolated. [Sometimes] I just want to see someone or see a familiar face and the best you can do is call them or Skype them. You either can do it or you can’t, it’s definitely not for everyone.

Shana’s mum and brother are also in the industry, which she has used to set herself up financially with three investment properties. Source: Supplied

“You’re in a bathroom sized room with a single bed. There’s no fancy meals. You can’t just go off somewhere, there’s nowhere else to go. It’s very isolating and can be a very lonely life if you’re not careful. You’ve got to keep your communications up. I Skype or give my partner a call every night. I can’t miss that.”

Having sent herself up financially she’s now planning an exit strategy for the next couple of years.

“We wanted to get the ball rolling to make it so one day we can both be at home. There’s so many couples where the husband is away and I already know that’s not the life I want. We’ve started investing. We’ve at least got something to show for our lifestyle. We’re both at the age where we want to come home. I definitely don’t want to be here in another five years. I want to be having kids. For me there’s maybe another year, maybe two. It’s definitely not a long-term thing.”

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using the number/letter grid:
1      2      3       4       5       6      7      8      9
A      B     C       D       E       F      G      H      I
J      K      L      M      N       O      P      Q      R
S      T      U      V      W      X      Y      Z

Where:

A = 1              J = 1              S = 1

B = 2              K = 2             T = 2

C = 3              L = 3             U = 3

D = 4              M = 4            V = 4

E = 5              N = 5            W = 5

F = 6              O = 6             X = 6

G = 7              P = 7             Y = 7

H = 8              Q = 8             Z = 8

I = 9               R = 9

Shana Mooyman

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Peter Degroot manhunt continues

October 11, 2014               10:23 AM PT

The setting is beautiful, but the mood remains tense in the small B.C. Kootenay community of Slocan after a heavily armed man allegedly shot at police Thursday then fled into the woods.

Peter Degroot, 45, is still at large, but the lockdown involving about 300 residents in the community an hour north of Nelson has been largely lifted, except for the area around Degroot’s home.

However, police are still encouraging residents to remain indoors.

They’re combing backyards, watching streets and restricting highway access while a helicopter flies overhead.

Police say that when they investigated a dispute between two people, a man, armed with a rifle, shot at police. He then fled into the woods when police returned fire.

“I heard a pop, pop, pop,” said Patty Burge who was watching TV two doors down.

“I got up to look out the window and there was a lot of RCMP on the street. I opened the door and the officer told me to get back into the house.”

Patty and her husband Jim have lived two doors away on the same street as DeGroot for about a year.

Degroot a loner

They say he has been living in his van for the past year on the lot that has a small barn on it. His animals include cows, pigs and 25 chickens.

“We had no trouble with him. He was soft-spoken and quiet,” said Patty.

“He loves his animals more than life itself. He was being evicted by the owner’s son-in-law and this is what started the altercation,” she added.

She said DeGroot had fallen on hard times over the past year and was having problems feeding his animals.

“We never had any problem with him. He just wanted to live in peace by himself and with his animals. They’re his whole family,” she said.

As an RCMP helicopter flew over Jim Burge said police will have a difficult time finding DeGroot and an even harder time getting him to give up.

“I think he would be a difficult man to find,” he said. “I don’t think he would surrender.”

The police presence was still heavy on Saturday. RCMP officers guard the entrances to the town, asking people leaving to pop their trunks on the off chance that the missing suspect was hiding inside.

Tough area to search

At the RCMP command post, located in the Village of Slocan office, a number of officers wearing camouflage were preparing for another day of searching the woods surrounding the community.

The officer in charge said most residents will be allowed in – except for those living near where the incident took place.

“It’s kind of a low key kind of thing. We still have checkpoints in place to check people coming in and out but people are going to be allowed to come into their homes as of today,” said Staff Sgt. Don Smawley.

“There is limited access. We are urging the public to be cautious and limit their outdoor activities if they can.”

Smawley said the search will continue using officers, helicopters and search dogs.

But he acknowledges it’s a tough area to search.

“It’s a very vast area. It’s remote. It’s rugged. Lots of places for an individual to hide if they want to.

Neighbours say the B.C. SPCA says inspectors had visited the property before, sometimes with RCMP present.

​Police said Degroot is considered to be armed and dangerous and they are asking the public not to approach him, but to call 911. They have searched Degroot’s home and seized a number of firearms.  Some residents say he mentioned having a military background.Extra resources have been brought into the small village to assist in the manhunt, including air support, the Southeast District Emergency Response Team, a crisis negotiator, police dogs and a tactical armoured vehicle.

from:  http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/british-columbia/peter-degroot-manhunt-slocan-lockdown-partially-lifted-1.2796106

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using the number/letter grid:

 
1      2      3       4       5       6      7      8      9
A      B     C       D       E       F      G      H      I
J      K      L      M      N       O      P      Q      R
S      T      U      V      W      X      Y      Z

Where:

A = 1              J = 1              S = 1

B = 2              K = 2             T = 2

C = 3              L = 3             U = 3

D = 4              M = 4            V = 4

E = 5              N = 5            W = 5

F = 6              O = 6             X = 6

G = 7              P = 7             Y = 7

H = 8              Q = 8             Z = 8

I = 9               R = 9

 

 

Peter Degroot

7            9

 

how he appears to the world = PR = 79 = Furious.  Going ballistic.  Going on a rampage.

79

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Father John Fleming with a supporter outside the Supreme Court, where he is suing the Sun

Father John Fleming with a supporter outside the Supreme Court, where he is suing the Sunday Mail for defamation. Picture: Roger Wyman.

PROMINENT Catholic priest Father John Fleming has denied “defamatory” allegations he had a three-way sexual encounter with two 13-year-old girls.

A Supreme Court defamation trial today heard a woman, known as “Jane”, claims Fr Fleming had group sex with her and another girl at Meningie, in the early 1970s.

She claims that at the time, Fr Fleming was a newly ordained 26-year-old Anglican priest.

In cross-examination, Fr Fleming — who is suing the Sunday Mail — vehemently denied the claims, saying he would “never in a fit” have sex with multiple partners.

Fr Fleming said Jane’s assertions were the first time he had ever been accused of such behaviour.

Barrister Andrew Harris, QC, for the Sunday Mail, suggested to Fr Fleming that was untrue.

He said Monsignor David Cappo had reported discussing allegations of Fr Fleming being involved “in a ménage-a-trois” in a report to Archbishop Leonard Faulkner in 1995.

Fr Fleming said he had “no idea” why Monsignor Cappo would have written that in his report.

“I did not say that to him, never,” he said.

“He’s absolutely wrong, absolutely … I’m just amazed.”

Fr Fleming, 71, has ministered for the Anglican and Catholic churches, co-authored two books, was a media mainstay in the 1970s and 1980s and is a prominent right-to-life advocate.

His defamation lawsuit focuses on a series of articles published by the Sunday Mail in 2008 and 2009. The Sunday Mail is published by News Corporation Australia, which also published The Advertiser.

They reported allegations that he was sexually involved with two women, “Jane” and “Jenny”, and a man known as “Richard” while he was an Anglican priest.

He asserts the false allegations contained in the articles were a “material cause” in the termination of his position with Catholic liberal arts institute Campion College.

Yesterday, Fr Fleming agreed under cross-examination that it was not a sin for a Catholic to lie in order to protect another person from harm or for another “proper purpose”.

He said he was familiar with that Catholic doctrine, known as wide and strict mental reservation.

Asked whether he had created such a mental reservation for himself when swearing, on The Bible, to tell the truth in court, he replied: “I can’t answer that question.”

Asked whether that answer itself was a form of mental reservation, he replied: “Not as I understand it as part of my duties.”

Fr Fleming said he had dubbed homosexuality a “perversion” in one of his books, based on the then-current belief it was a mental illness.

However, he had supported the decriminalisation of acts between consenting adults.

“I wanted homosexual people to be able to be themselves without fear of breaking the law,” he said.

“I have to say my personal moral view on this was somewhat underdeveloped … by and large I accepted that acts were wrong, not people.”

Mr Harris asked whether holding such views would make Fr Fleming “a hypocrite”, in the event the allegations in the newspaper reports were true.

“Very likely, many people would conclude that, also that this is a weak person who has behaved at odds with his professed or stated views,” Fr Fleming said.

“He would be acting completely inconsistently with his professed views (and) in contravention to his office as a priest.”

He said any priest who took advantage of his role to engage in sexual behaviour with a parishioner “would be betraying his responsibilities”.

Fr Fleming said “Richard” was “a friend” and a member of one of his congregations in the 1970s, and they had discussed homosexuality on one occasion.

“I advised him that I was not qualified to deal with such a matter and … he should seek assistance, see his doctor and be referred appropriately to a psychiatrist,” he said.

However, he said Richard admitted to “being sexually attracted” to another man — an Anglican priest — during a subsequent conversation some time later.

Mr Harris asked Fr Fleming if he had repeated his earlier advice to Richard.

“I cannot answer that question,” he said.

Asked why, he replied: “I cannot answer that question, either.”

Fr Fleming explained that the Anglican concept of confession was “identical” to that of the Catholic Church.

He said he could divulge neither from whom he had taken confession in his career, nor the content of any such confession.

He said he mentioned the conversation about the man and the Anglican priest because it was part of the court case’s documents and therefore “on the public record”.

Mr Harris asked why, if Fr Fleming was able to say that much, the document’s presence in the case did not free him to say more.

“If I was to answer that question I would be in breach of my obligation,” Fr Fleming said.

“I’m not saying, one way or another, if I have heard anyone’s confession, and I’m not prepared to answer certain questions, I can’t be clearer than that.

“I’m sorry, I’m not going to divulge information about whether or not I’ve heard a confession … you’ll have to draw your own conclusion.”

Mr Harris said he had already done so.

“The first conclusion is that it’s terribly convenient for you, really convenient, (as it) gives you a bolthole any time you need it,” Mr Harris said.

Fr Fleming firmly disagreed, saying that was “a regrettable statement”.

“I’m simply doing what is well-known as a priest,” he said.

Fr Fleming characterised “Jenny” as a troublesome young person who had sought to occupy much of his time, and who ignored his advice to return to her home, parents and school.

He said he felt so uncomfortable around her that he asked another parishioner to sit outside the door when he met with Jenny “in case” he needed her to intervene.

“Stupidly, and I say that of myself at the time, I did not perceive (her) infatuation … I’m annoyed with myself about that,” he said.

Fr Fleming said Jane’s claims were first raised with him by SA Police after the Sunday Mail story had been published.

“It was put to me that we got together on a bed, that Jane was I think masturbating me while (the other girl) was kissing me passionately or words like that,” he said.

Fr Fleming said he told police and a subsequent church inquiry that “none of those allegations she made were anywhere near true”.

He said his contact with Jane had been minimal and that, in the 1970s, two 13-year-old girls visiting a priest at his home “would have been seen as quite innocent, as indeed it was”.

Mr Harris said that, because of his media roles, children and teenagers would have viewed Fr Fleming as “a high-profile, young, swinging type of priest” in the 1970s and 1980s.

“You were like a rock star to these kids,” he said.

Fr Fleming disagreed.

“Suggestions like that can always be made but I did not see it that way,” he said.

The trial, before Special Auxiliary Justice Malcolm Gray, continues.

from:  http://www.adelaidenow.com.au/news/south-australia/catholic-priest-father-john-fleming-tells-sa-defamation-trial-he-did-not-have-a-threesome-with-two-teenage-girls/story-fni6uo1m-1227085708812#itm=newscomau%7Chome%7Cnca-homepage-news-plus-story%7C3%7Cheading%7Chomepage%7Chomepage&itmt=1413081135448

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using the number/letter grid:
1      2      3       4       5       6      7      8      9
A      B     C       D       E       F      G      H      I
J      K      L      M      N       O      P      Q      R
S      T      U      V      W      X      Y      Z

Where:

A = 1              J = 1              S = 1

B = 2              K = 2             T = 2

C = 3              L = 3             U = 3

D = 4              M = 4            V = 4

E = 5              N = 5            W = 5

F = 6              O = 6             X = 6

G = 7              P = 7             Y = 7

H = 8              Q = 8             Z = 8

I = 9               R = 9

 

 

John Fleming

1685 6354957              59

 

his path of destiny = 59 = Disgrace.  Group sex.

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Mother charged: Pamela Christensen, 47, is accused of trying to stab two of her three teenage daughters after a failed attempt to poison them 

The estranged wife of a pastor from suburban Chicago has been charged with attempted murder for allegedly trying to poison her three daughters and stabbing two of them so they could ‘meet Jesus Christ.’

Pamela Christensen, 47, from Montgomery, was ordered held on $1million bail Thursday in connection to the September 25 knife attack.

Police officers who responded to the Christensens’ home in the 2300 block of Patron Lane after getting two 911 hang-ups were met at the door by the mother of three, whose white shirt was splattered with blood.

The 47-year-old dropped to her knees in front of the officers and told them she had tried to kill her daughters, according to court documents.

Two of the girls were found upstairs with stab wounds to the chest. Their mother also knifed herself in the chest and abdomen.

Mrs Christensen was taken to an area hospital for treatment, where she remained until Wednesday.

Following her release, the married mother of three was charged with first-degree attempted murder, aggravated battery and aggravated restraint. She is due back in court October 16.

Court records obtained by Chicago Sun-Times indicate that during her interview with police, the woman admitted to making a poisonous cocktail containing dishwashing detergent, which she was hoping to give her daughters so they would fall asleep, but the girls refused to drink the concoction.

When interviewed by police, Christensen’s daughters, ages 12, 16 and 19, told investigators that their mother held them at knifepoint and asked if they accepted Jesus Christ as their savior.

Two of the three girls suffered knife wounds. According to court documents, Pamela Christensen said she was sending her children to ‘meet Jesus Christ.’

When police discovered the children just before 11am on September 25, all three were dressed in white. The girls were taken to a hospital for treatment and later released.

Pamela Christensen told detectives that her husband, Pastor Vaughn Christensen, had left messages on her phone telling his wife that the end of the world was coming and instructing her to prepare their children to meet Jesus.

According to court records, the couple are in the midst of a messy divorce. In August, the wife obtained an order of protection against her clergyman husband, claiming that he had become erratic and increasingly violent towards the family, threatening to harm the children, as well as himself.

Police said they had received several calls from the Christensen residence over the past few months about suicide threats.

The Christensens’ three daughters have been released into the custody of Pamela’s father.

from:  http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2788830/pastor-s-estranged-wife-dressed-three-daughters-white-stabbed-two-children-meet-jesus.html#ixzz3Fqg5B8EN

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using the number/letter grid:

 

 
1      2      3       4       5       6      7      8      9
A      B     C       D       E       F      G      H      I
J      K      L      M      N       O      P      Q      R
S      T      U      V      W      X      Y      Z

Where:

A = 1              J = 1              S = 1

B = 2              K = 2             T = 2

C = 3              L = 3             U = 3

D = 4              M = 4            V = 4

E = 5              N = 5            W = 5

F = 6              O = 6             X = 6

G = 7              P = 7             Y = 7

H = 8              Q = 8             Z = 8

I = 9               R = 9

 

 

Pamela Christensen

7                       5    5

 

how she appears to the world and how she lost her heart’s desire both = PN = 75 = Zaniness.  Her husband, Pastor Vaughn Christensen, had left messages on her phone telling his wife that the end of the world was coming and instructing her to prepare their children to meet Jesus.

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October 10, 2014

Kim Jong-un, the North Korean leader, who has been absent from public view for more than a month, skipped an important annual ritual on Friday, a development likely to fuel further speculation about his whereabouts and even about his grip on power.

Friday was the 69th anniversary of the founding of the ruling Workers’ Party of Korea. Since taking over the top leadership position following the death of his father, the longtime ruler Kim Jong-il, in late 2011, Mr. Kim had marked the beginning of this important national holiday by leading top military and party officials to pay a midnight visit to the Kumsusan mausoleum in Pyongyang. By tradition, such a visit would have taken place at midnight Thursday.

But on Friday, the North’s state-run Korean Central News Agency did not list Mr. Kim among the top officials who had paid tribute at the gigantic Kumsusan Palace of the Sun, where the mummified bodies of Mr. Kim’s father and his grandfather, the founding president of North Korea, Kim Il-sung, lie in state. The mausoleum is among the most sacred places in the country, which is ruled with a personality cult surrounding the Kim family, and a visit there during a national holiday is an important leadership ritual.

The North Korean news media made no mention of Mr. Kim’s absence on Friday. But the country’s main state-run newspaper, Rodong Sinmun, provided a hint that he was ill: It carried an article saying that pro-North Korean figures from abroad had sent Mr. Kim baskets of flowers on the occasion of the party’s anniversary and that in the ribbons attached to the flowers, they wrote that they “wished for Marshal Kim Jong-un’s good health.”

Cheong Seong-chang, an analyst at the research organization Sejong Institute in South Korea, said it was highly unusual for such ribbons to mention Mr. Kim’s health, rather than congratulating him on the party’s anniversary.

“Given that the ribbons carried exactly the same message, it was clear that the message was dictated by the party,” said Mr. Cheong. “Unlike his father, who used to keep his health problems secret, he is letting his people know so that he can win sympathy from them.”

When the North’s state-run Korean Central Television confirmed late last month that Mr. Kim was “not feeling well” and showed him limping during a visit to a factory in August, it cited that as an example of his hard-working style. North Korean television has occasionally shown Mr. Kim limping since July — a highly unusual move for North Korean media, whose coverage of the top leader is closely censored.

During the party anniversary last year, Mr. Kim and his wife, Ri Sol-ju, also attended the performance of a national choir and the dedication ceremonies of new buildings. As of Friday evening, there was no report from the North of Mr. Kim’s having done anything similar this year.

But the North Korean news agency indicated that Mr. Kim remained in control, saying that a basket of flowers sent by him had been placed before the statues of his father and his grandfather.

On Friday, Rodong Sinmun carried a full front-page editorial calling for the “monolithic leadership” of Mr. Kim as “the only center” of power. The paper carried a large photo of Mr. Kim’s father and grandfather standing together on the front page, but no image of the current leader.

In Seoul, Lim Byeong-cheol, a government spokesman, said South Korea believed that Mr. Kim’s rule was “functioning normally.” He added that a delegation of top North Korean officials who visited the South on Saturday had relayed Mr. Kim’s greetings to President Park Geun-hye.

Speculation about Mr. Kim’s status has been growing in recent weeks, with the North Korean media having reported no public appearance by him since Sept. 3, when he was said to have attended a music concert. His father often disappeared from the public eye for weeks at a time. But this has been the longest such absence by Mr. Kim, who had appeared to be bolstering his youthful leadership with frequent visits to factories and farms.

While he was absent from public view, Mr. Kim continued his work, sending letters to young party cadets and workers, according to the North Korean media, which is, as usual, filled with hagiographical propaganda for Mr. Kim.

South Korean officials and analysts have said that the young and overweight North Korean leader may be suffering from health problems, such as gout or sciatica. His forebears were also overweight and were said to have ailments attributed to their luxurious lifestyles, such as diabetes. One Seoul-based website run by defectors from North Korea who said they had secret informers within the country recently reported that much of Mr. Kim’s daily duties had been taken over by his younger sister, Kim Yo-jong, while Mr. Kim was going through extensive treatment, with the help of foreign doctors, for health issues caused by his “excessive eating and drinking.”

It is widely believed among outside analysts that Mr. Kim deliberately gained weight to resemble his late grandfather, a godlike figure among North Koreans. Mr. Kim, already rotund by the time he took power, has recently gained more weight, according to television footage from the North.

But on the Internet, bloggers went further, spreading rumors, with no corroborating evidence, that Mr. Kim, widely believed to be about 30, might have been sidelined by a coup engineered by old, disgruntled generals.

Kim Yong-hyun, a North Korea expert at Dongguk University in Seoul, dismissed those rumors and said he believed that Mr. Kim’s trouble was “not political but orthopedic.” He said that the North Korean leader had reasons to want to show up on Friday, such as a need to dispel the rumors and show that he was in control.

“But there is also a chance that he won’t really bother to show up,” Professor Kim said before the ceremony. After all, this year was the 69th anniversary of the party, not the 70th, which North Korea is expected to mark with far bigger ceremonies than usual, including a military parade, as it did during the 60th and 65th anniversaries, he said.

Analysts cautioned that even if the leader did not make a midnight visit to the Kumsusan mausoleum this year, it should not be seen as too unusual. Mr. Kim’s father, during his rule, often skipped a visit to the mausoleum during the party anniversary.

But the longer Mr. Kim’s absence, the more elaborate and wild the rumors may become.

Mr. Cheong, the Sejong Institute analyst, saw no immediate challenge to the rule of Mr. Kim, who had engineered purges and reshuffles in the top military and party ranks to fill them with people loyal to him.

But an extended absence from public view, Mr. Cheong said, could spell trouble for Mr. Kim because some of the elite might see it as a sign his influence is weakening. In the North, leading visits to military units, farms and factories to give “on-site guidance” has been an important and highly visible way for the top leader to establish his authority.

“Kim Jong-un’s health problem can spawn unease inside the North Korean leadership and prompt them to respond more sensitively to the outside world,” Mr. Cheong said. “If that happens, they may shift to more bellicose stances, for instance, launching a long-range rocket or conducting its fourth nuclear test, in order to consolidate its internal solidarity.”

from:  http://www.nytimes.com/2014/10/11/world/asia/in-north-korean-media-no-sign-of-kim-jong-un-at-key-ritual.html?_r=0

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Kim Yo-jong was born on September 26th, 1987 according to http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kim_Yo-jong

9 + 26 +1+9+8+7 = 60 = her life lesson = Foreign policy.

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During an interview with The Morning Show on CBS Sports Radio, Stephanie McMahon was asked if her daughters deal with the same culture shock she went through as a child having to adjust to normal life and life backstage at WWE.

Her answer:

“Yes, and it’s just very interesting because my oldest two kids were on the road with me, up until my little one was one and my oldest was three, every week. And my oldest has really been bit by the bug. She wants to be a Diva more than you can imagine.”

The daughter she is speaking of, Aurora, is just eight-years-old. So, even if that dream eventually becomes a reality it won’t be for another decade or so, at which point we should all be prepared to see records for most Divas title victories shattered.

Right?

Then again, perhaps Stephanie’s daughter wanting into the business would create some change in the way women are treated by the company.

One could only hope.

from:  http://www.cagesideseats.com/wwe/2014/10/6/6923151/stephanie-mcmahon-daughter-wwe-diva

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Stephanie McMahon was born on September 24th, 1976 according to http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stephanie_McMahon

September 24th, 1976

9 + 24 +1+9+7+6 = 56 = her life lesson = Not willing to do the dirty work.

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Wednesday, October 8, 2014 @ 12:39 AM

“30 Years Strong & Proud” Anniversary Tour

Multi-decade recording artist and reigning Queen of Metal DORO PESCH will kick off the North American leg of her “30 Years Strong & Proud” Anniversary Tour this Friday, marking an astounding thirty years since the release of DORO’s first studio record, WARLOCK’s Burning The Witches.

Launching in Wisconsin this Friday, October 10th, DORO will rock eight American cities and three in Canada. Fans should note that a very special performance is scheduled for the New York City show at the Gramercy Theater on October 20th: DORO and her bandmates will be joined on-stage by special guests Bobby “Blitz” Ellsworth (OVERKILL), Chris Caffery (SAVATAGE, TRANS-SIBERIAN ORCHESTRA), Jeff Waters (ANNIHILATOR), Jean Beauvoir (CROWN OF THORNS, PLASMATICS), Leather Leone (RUDE GIRL, CHASTAIN) and more!

Watch a special video message about the tour & NYC show from The Queen herself:

Dates for DORO’s “30 Years Strong & Proud” North American Anniversary Tour include:

 

  • 10/10/14 Route 20 Outhouse – Sturtevant, WI
  • 10/11/14 Pov’s 65 – Spring Lake Park, MN
  • 10/12/14 Mojoes – Joliet, IL
  • 10/14/14 Agora Ballroom – Cleveland, OH
  • 10/15/14 Altar Bar – Pittsburgh, PA
  • 10/16/14 Hard Luck Bar – Toronto, ON – CANADA
  • 10/18/14 Salle Multi – Quebec City, QC – CANADA
  • 10/19/14 Petit Campus – Montreal, QC – CANADA
  • 10/20/14 The Gramercy Theatre – New York City, NY
  • 10/23/14 The Legendary Dobbs – Philadelphia, PA
  • 10/25/14 Revolution – Amityville, NY

 

The import version of DORO’s Raise Your Fist: 30 Years Anniversary Edition – which includes the Powerful Passionate Favorites bonus disc with cover versions of DIO, LED ZEPPELIN, METALLICA and KISS songs & previously unreleased tracks – is available from the Nuclear Blast USA Webshop.

Legendary metal maven DORO PESCH kicked-off her 30-year anniversary on-stage with a headlining set at last year’s Wacken Open Air with 95,000 fans. She also hosted a two-night live concert celebration in her hometown of Düsseldorf, Germany in addition to career-spanning shows throughout Europe, the U.K., and in Latin America.

DORO’s latest studio album, Raise Your Fist – which features musical guests Lemmy Kilmister of MOTÖRHEAD and OZZY/FIREWIND guitarist Gus G. – debuted at #65 on the American Billboard Heatseekers chart in November 2012 and can also be purchased from the Nuclear Blast Webshop.

Visit DORO online:

http://www.DORO.de
http://www.facebook.com/DOROOFFICIAL
Twitter.com/DOROOFFICIAL
http://www.YouTube.com/DOROOFFICIAL

 

from:  http://www.knac.com/article.asp?ArticleID=13293#sthash.q8IxpMt2.dpuf

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using the number/letter grid:

 

 
1      2      3       4       5       6      7      8      9
A      B     C       D       E       F      G      H      I
J      K      L      M      N       O      P      Q      R
S      T      U      V      W      X      Y      Z

Where:

A = 1              J = 1              S = 1

B = 2              K = 2             T = 2

C = 3              L = 3             U = 3

D = 4              M = 4            V = 4

E = 5              N = 5            W = 5

F = 6              O = 6             X = 6

G = 7              P = 7             Y = 7

H = 8              Q = 8             Z = 8

I = 9               R = 9

 

 

Doro Pesch

4               8

 

how she obtains her heart’s desire = DH = 48 = Rockin’ out.  On tour.  Touring.

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