The air conditioner suddenly started to make this buzzing sound.
It was very noisy.
I asked Erbe to open it up to check.
Here's what we found.
Is that normal?
I really need a new aircon!
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Oregano (Scientific name: Origanum vulgare) is also known as Wild Marjoram, Mountain Mint, Origanum, Wintersweet and Winter Marjoram.
A picture began circulating in November. It should be "The Picture of the Year," or perhaps, "Picture of the Decade." It won't be. In fact, unless you obtained a copy of the paper, you probably will never see it.
I have never been affected by any story as much as Baby P's story has affected me. Yesterday evening, I found myself sobbing twice! I just can't get over the sheer horror of the story.
In my country, it has never happened before that the media and the people have been forbidden to actually reveal the names and faces of TC and SB, the murderers of Baby P.
Over the holy week break, I spent the entire four days just watching the 15 episodes of this Korean show. Yes, I am a self-confessed Korean drama addict. I already have my favorite actors and actresses; albeit, I don’t know their names.
You'd definitely like it. I loved Jesse McCartney's character, Keith. He is dark and just the boy who would twist your insides. I love the story and how they built it. I guess, the only thing I didn't like about it is its abrupt ending. But it is still definitely worth the watch.
Tiger Beat teen idol Jesse McCartney takes the title role in writer/director Todd Kessler's drama about a second-semester high-school senior named Natalie (Elisabeth Harnois), who believes she has life figured out until happening upon Keith, a troubled and unpredictable youth who begins to alter her perspective in ways she never thought possible. Keith is based on author Ron Carlson's short story of the same name. ~ Jason Buchanan, All Movie Guide
Apparently one or more of the three are accused of additional crimes which they are yet to stand trial for (presumably Jason Owen is not since there is no court order restricting publishing of his name). Note that the court order also prohibits any mention of Baby P's potential siblings, and also prohibits mention of the reason why their names are being withheld.Do you agree?
If you really want justice to be served, delete all mention of their names until all proceedings are finished. Otherwise, they can argue that a fair trial isn't possible and have the charges dropped.
Let's allow them to get the maximum jail sentences they can -- then you can publish their names and photos.
Apparently, she'd likely get 5 years at most in prison.
Similar orders have been granted for other notorious convicts - including the Soham murderer's girlfriend Maxine Carr, child killer Mary Bell and the boys who murdered toddler James Bulger.
The mother, who has given birth again while in jail, faces a maximum of 14 years when she is sentenced next month for allowing the death of a child. But as she has already spent time in prison on remand, she could be free in as little as five years.I am not English, but I think this is the ULTIMATE insult. Honest taxpayers have to pay millions of pounds in order to protect someone against -- well, the public. And 5 years?! Seriously! 5 Years! That's all she gets for killing her child. Okay, let's not get into a rhetorical discussion about the crime she was actually convicted with because no matter where you look at it -- she killed her child. That's that. And you know what's even more ironic? She has not even shown any remorse. The Daily Mail reports that --
Legal rules mean that the 16 months Baby P's mother has spent on remand will reduce the time she has to spend in jail by 32 months, and she will receive a reduced sentence for pleading guilty to allowing her son's death.
Today Baby P's mother is being kept in a segregation unit at Holloway jail for her own safety. She has astonished prison officers by laughing and joking with them. According to one, she has shown 'no sign of contrition whatsoever'.WTF?
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As Britain reels from the shocking abuse of Baby P, on the other side of the world New Zealanders have been sickened by the murder of a three-year-old girl who was put in a dryer and hung from a clothes line.
Two men were found guilty on Tuesday of murdering little Nia Glassie and her mother was found guilty of manslaughter, with other defendants being found guilty of lesser crimes.
The month-long trial had heard how the child had been put in a clothes dryer, which was then turned on, while adults stood around laughing.
There were other times when the tiny Maori girl was tied to a clothes line and spun around while on other occasions she was subjected to painful wrestling moves that were carried out on her.
But the final fatal blow was a brutal kick to the head, which led to her dying in hospital.
Even then, she had not been taken immediately to hospital - she lapsed into a coma 36 hours after the blow which resulted in medical attention finally being sought.
A doctor told the court that if Nia had been taken to hospital immediately she likely would have survived.
Referring to the tumble dryer incident, he said Nia was forced into it before the door was shut and the appliance turned on while people stood around laughing.
She had also been hoisted onto a clothes line and spun around.
Two brothers, Michael and Wiremu Curtis, were convicted of murdering Nia while the girl's mother 35-year-old mother Lisa Kuka was found guilty of failing to seek medical attention for the child and failing to protect her from violence.Has justice been served?
The toddler's cousin, Michael Pearson, 20, and Michael Curtis's partner, Oriwa Kemp, 18, were found guilty of child cruelty, but were not convicted on the manslaughter charges they faced in the complex case.