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Germany released, Blu-Ray/Region B : it WILL NOT play on regular DVD player, or on standard US Blu-Ray player. You need multi-region Blu-Ray player to view it in USA/Canada: LANGUAGES: English ( Dolby Digital 7.1 ), English ( DTS-HD Master Audio ), German ( Dolby Digital 7.1 ), German ( DTS-HD Master Audio ), German ( Subtitles ), WIDESCREEN (1.85:1), SPECIAL FEATURES: Interactive Menu, Scene Access, SYNOPSIS: Michael Dublin is a full-time con man working the underground boxing circuit. A lonely drifter on the run from a past best forgotten, he moves from one scam to another, leaving a trail of enemies in his wake. Dublin invents his best scam yet when he meets Katherine Paker, a female fighter with the skills to take down a man twice her size. In a scheme Dublin calls "fight-rigging, in reverse", the two hit the road working fights in seedy basement bars, abandoned warehouses, and backwoods county fairs. But Dublin's shady past catches up with them and suddenly the stakes are higher - and more dangerous - than they'd ever imagined. ...Rigged ( Fight Night )

Sullivan speaks of foreign policy’s humanity

At a Jonathan Edwards Master’s Tea on Monday afternoon, Jake Sullivan ’98 LAW ’03, senior policy advisor on Hillary Clinton’s LAW ’73 presidential campaign, spoke about the importance of human interactions in policymaking and discussed the goals... Amy Klobuchar, Sullivan was recruited to be deputy policy director and take the lead in debate preparations for Clinton’s 2008 presidential campaign. Sullivan then spent four years serving under Clinton at the State Department, first as deputy chief of staff and then as the youngest director of policy planning in State Department history. Prompted by questions from both JE Master Penelope Laurans and students in attendance, Sullivan discussed the importance of realizing the humanity in foreign policy, America’s role as a world leader and Clinton’s plans for increased four-year... Drawing on his personal experiences from a 2009 climate change summit in Copenhagen and a cease-fire agreement between Israel and Hamas, Sullivan emphasized that policymaking is a deeply human exercise. Sullivan said there are never easy problems in high-level foreign policy, adding that all choices have downsides in an “incredibly imperfect world. ” Sullivan said that every answer in foreign relations involves risks and costs — the question becomes how policymakers elect strategies that carry fewer risks and more benefits. “I know most Yale students want the right option and the one that is just right, but most policy decisions are B’s at best and are usually C’s. If a C is better than an F, then it is your responsibility to go with C,” Sullivan said. Sullivan spoke about a meeting in Copenhagen where he realized that every significant issue in foreign policy — from poverty to climate change — involves diverse actors and diverse wants. Speaking of his experience with the cease-fire agreement between Israel and Hamas, Sullivan urged the audience to think about the fact that foreign policy “is a study in imperfections and it should be no surprise that we get imperfect results. Sullivan also addressed the principal goals of the United States’ foreign policy. Sullivan said that attempting to advance America’s economic prosperity in a way that lifts prosperity for all should be the second priority, adding the United States has a core responsibility to lead the world in solving global problems — poverty... Source: Yale Daily News

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  • “Master” fades in Pierson, but persists elsewhere

    09/04/15 ,via Yale Daily News (blog)

    But I also have answered to many other titles during my time at Yale, and others of you already have called me Dr. Laurans, Professor Laurans, Master L or Dr. L.,” Jonathan Edwards College Master Penelope Laurans wrote in an Aug. 28 email to her college.

  • Swensen talks integrity in finance

    10/02/15 ,via Yale Daily News (blog)

    Jonathan Edwards Master Penelope Laurans, who moderated the conversation, began by bringing up a recent headline in The Wall Street Journal, which stated that “Yale Beats Harvard As Usual” in reference to the recent release of endowment returns for 



  • Chronic Youth

    NYU Press. 2014. ISBN: 9781479841424,1479841420. 288 pages.

    The teenager has often appeared in culture as an anxious figure, the repository for American dreams and worst nightmares, at once on the brink of success and imminent failure. Spotlighting the “troubled teen” as a site of pop cultural, medical, and governmental intervention, Chronic Youth traces the teenager as a figure through which broad threats to the normative order have been negotiated and contained. Examining television, popular novels, science journalism, new media, and public policy, Julie Passanante Elman shows how the teenager became a cultural touchstone for shifting notions of able-bodiedness, heteronormativity, and neoliberalism in the late twentieth century. By the late 1970s, media industries as well as policymakers began developing new problem-driven ‘edutainment’ prominently featuring narratives of disability—from the immunocompromised The Boy in the Plastic Bubble to ABC’s After School Specials and teen sick-lit. Although this conjoining of disability and adolescence began as a storytelling convention, disability became much more than a metaphor as the process of medicalizing adolescence intensified by the 1990s, with parenting books containing neuro-scientific warnings about the incomplete and volatile “teen brain.” Undertaking a cultural history of youth that combines disability, queer, feminist, and comparative media studies, Elman offers a provocative new account of how American cultural producers, policymakers, and medical professionals have mobilized discourses of disability to cast adolescence as a treatable “condition.” By tracing the teen’s uneven passage from postwar rebel to 21st century patient, Chronic Youth shows how teenagers became a lynchpin for a culture of perpetual rehabilitation and neoliberal governmentality.

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  • Jonathan Laurans, Appellate Attorney at Law

    10/30/15 ,via

    Whether you opt for a jury trial, or a negotiated plea, Jonathan Laurans provides thorough case evaluation and courtroom advocacy.… Federal Drug Case Attorney, Federal Mortgage Fraud Attorney ...

  • HEICO (HEI) Laurans A. Mendelson on Q2 2015 Results - Earnings Call Transcript

    05/20/15 ,via MSN

    Thank you, Mr. Mendelson, please go ahead. Laurans A. Mendelson - Chairman & Chief Executive Officer Thank you and good morning to everyone on this call. And we thank you for joining us. We welcome you to the HEICO second quarter fiscal 2015 earnings ...

  • Regina teacher accused in student sex case guilty of misconduct

    09/03/14 ,via CBC

    A Regina high school teacher accused of having a sexual encounter with a student has been found guilty of professional misconduct. Christene Laurans, who has been fired from her job at Balfour Collegiate, will have a hearing next month to determine a penalty.


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