Friday, February 16, 2018

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Betty MacDonald fan club fans,

in case your weather isn't sunny at the current time we are sending these beautiful flowers especially for you.

Don't ever forget, please.

Spring will come soon with golden sunshine and beautiful flowers.


Wishing you a very nice weekend

Sandra 

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Betty MacDonald, a very special politician and a year ago 




Many ESC fans from all over the world are so very sad because we lost Joy Fleming - one of the best singers ever. 


Betty MacDonald fan club founder Wolfgang Hampel sings  'Try to remember' especially for Betty MacDonald fan club organizer Linde Lund at Vita Magica September

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Victims of Florida school shooting

These are the victims of the Florida school shooting

Remembering the victims of FL school shooting

 






(CNN)A football coach. An athletic director. And young, fresh-faced students.
They are among the 17 people killed by a gunman Wednesday at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida.
Broward County Sheriff Scott Israel said Thursday that all families who lost loved ones in the shooting have been notified.
Here are the victims:

Alyssa Alhadeff, 14

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Alyssa, 14, was a student at Stoneman Douglas and a soccer player for Parkland Travel Soccer.
Lori Alhadeff, Alyssa's mother, told HLN she dropped her daughter off at school Wednesday and said "I love you." When Lori Alhadeff heard about the shooting, she hustled to school, but was too late.
"I knew at that point she was gone. I felt it in my heart," she said. "Alyssa was a beautiful, smart, talented, successful, awesome, amazing soccer player. You'll be greatly missed, Alyssa. We love you so much. You'll always, always be in our hearts."
"Alyssa Alhadeff was a loved and well respected member of our club and community," Parkland Travel Soccer said on Facebook. "Alyssa will be greatly missed."
Alyssa also attended Camp Coleman, a Jewish sleepaway summer camp.
"On behalf of the entire Coleman community, we offer heartfelt condolences and prayers for comfort to Alyssa's family and friends. May Alyssa's memory forever be for a blessing," the camp said on Facebook.

Scott Beigel, 35

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Beigel, a geography teacher, was killed as he tried to usher students back into his classroom when the shooting broke out.
Kelsey Friend, one of Beigel's students, told CNN in an emotional interview that he was shot outside the classroom door and that he saved her life.
Student gives tearful tribute to slain teacher


Student gives tearful tribute to slain teacher 
"Mr. Beigel was my hero and he still will forever be my hero. I will never forget the actions that he took for me and for fellow students in the classroom," Friend said. "I am alive today because of him."
She said the teacher was an amazing person and his memory would live on with her.
"If I could see him right now ... I'd give him a huge teddy bear to say thank you. But, unfortunately, I can't do that," she said.
Beigel, 35, was also a counselor at Camp Starlight in Pennsylvania, which called him a "friend and hero" on Facebook.

Martin Duque Anguiano, 14

Miguel Duque mourned the loss of his younger brother, Martin, and set up a Go Fund Me page to help pay for funeral expenses.
"He was a very funny kid, outgoing, and sometimes really quiet. He was sweet and caring and loved by all his family. Most of all he was my baby brother," Miguel said on the page.
"My family and I have no words to describe the event that's has happened on this date, all my prayers to the lost ones. My family and I will appreciate anything that we can get helped with. R.I.P Martin Duque."

Nicholas Dworet, 17

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Dworet, a 17-year-old senior, was killed in the shooting, the University of Indianapolis confirmed. Dworet was recruited for the university swim team and would have been an incoming freshman this fall.
"Nick's death is a reminder that we are connected to the larger world, and when tragedy hits in places around the world, it oftentimes affects us at home," said Robert L. Manuel, University of Indianapolis president.
"Today, and in the coming days, I hope you will hold Nick, his family, all of the victims, as well as the Parkland community and first responders in your prayers."

Aaron Feis, 37

Feis, an assistant football coach, was killed when he threw himself in front of students to protect them from oncoming bullets, according to football program spokeswoman Denis Lehtio. Feis, 37, suffered a gunshot wound and died after he was rushed into surgery, Lehtio said.
"He died the same way he lived -- he put himself second," she said. "He was a very kind soul, a very nice man. He died a hero."
Colton Haab, a 17-year-old junior who had a close relationship with Feis, told CNN he saw the coach running toward the sounds of gunshots.
"That's Coach Feis. He wants to make sure everybody is safe before himself," Haab said.
"(He) made sure everyone else's needs were met before his own. He was a hard worker. He worked after school, on the weekends, mowing lawns, just helping as many people as possible," Haab added.
Chad Lyons, a student and football player, said Feis was there for him when Lyons was going through leukemia treatments.
"He guided me through them. He would send me prayers. He would send me Bible scripts and just stuff to cheer up my day. Funny memes," Lyons said.
"He was just an amazing person to be led on and taught by, and I'm thankful enough to even be in his presence, just going through high school."

Jaime Guttenberg, 14

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Jaime, 14, was among the victims, according to a Facebook post by her father, Fred.
"My heart is broken. Yesterday, Jennifer Bloom Guttenberg and I lost our baby girl to a violent shooting at her school. We lost our daughter and my son Jesse Guttenberg lost his sister.
"I am broken as I write this trying to figure out how my family gets through this. We appreciate all of the calls and messages and we apologize for not reacting to everyone individually," he added. "Hugs to all and hold your children tight."
Skidmore College, where Fred Guttenberg attended, released a statement saying their hearts go out to Jaime's parents and others affected by the tragedy.
"There really are no words to lessen the suffering that the families of victims are feeling at this moment, but perhaps knowing that we stand with them can provide some small measure of solace," the college said.

Chris Hixon, 49

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His widow, Debra, was telling CNN that he was "probably the best man that I ... " when she couldn't go on.
She had just described Chris Hixon -- who was the school's athletic director -- as an awesome husband, father and American.
"Every one of those students he thought of as his own kid," she said earlier.
Hixon, 49 would give students rides or lunch money and, if they needed it, open up his home to them. "He just loved being around kids and giving back to the community," Debra Hixon said.
A Naval reservist, Chris Hixon deployed to Iraq in 2007.
"He loved being an American and serving his country and he instilled that in our kids," she said.
Hixon was also the school's wrestling coach, something that was his passion.

Luke Hoyer, 15


The killing shocked Luke's close-knit family.
Grandparents Eddie and Janice Stroud in Simpsonville, South Carolina, learned about the news of the shooting from TV reports, they told CNN affiliate WYFF in Greenville.
"The day went by and we didn't hear anything about Luke. We kept hoping they would find him wandering around in shock," Janice Stroud told the station.
"By 7 o'clock, I said, 'I don't like this. This is not good,' " her husband said, according to WYFF. "Finally, (police) called us at 1 a.m. and said Luke was among the students that had been killed."
Janice Stroud said, "He was a good kid. He ... never got in trouble. He was the last of my daughter's children who still lived at home."
Cousin Grant Cox called Luke "an amazing individual. Always happy, always smiling. His smile was contagious, and so was his laugh.
Another relative, Mary Beth Stroud-Gibbs, posted on Facebook that the family is "very close" and it is "devastated by this senseless shooting."
"Our Luke was a precious child."

Cara Loughran, 14

Cara danced at the Drake School of Irish Dance in South Florida.
"Cara was a beautiful soul and always had a smile on her face," the dance studio said in a statement. "We are heartbroken as we send our love and support to her family during this horrible time."
Danny Vogel, a neighbor, posted condolences on Facebook.
"It is with a heavy heart and much regret that I write these words. Our next-door neighbor's daughter was one of the lives taken (too) soon by a senseless act of violence at Stoneman Douglas High School.
"RIP Cara, and fly with the angels. You will be greatly missed, and we will always love you and celebrate your beautiful life."

Gina Montalto, 14

Gina, 14, was named as a victim of the shooting by the Broward County sheriff.

Joaquin Oliver, 17


Joaquin, 17, was named as a victim of the shooting by the Broward County sheriff.

Alaina Petty, 14

Alaina Petty
Petty's family said she was vibrant and determined. She had volunteered after Hurricane Irma hit Florida in September.
"Alaina loved to serve," the statement from her family said.
She was also a part of the "Helping Hands" program of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
"While we will not have the opportunity to watch her grow up and become the amazing woman we know she would become, we are keeping an eternal perspective," her family said.
Alaina, 14, was also a member of the junior ROTC at her school, a leadership program taught by retired Army personnel.

Meadow Pollack, 18

Pollack, 18, had been accepted at Lynn University in Boca Raton. Spokeswoman Jamie D'Aria said: "Meadow was a lovely young woman, who was full of energy. We were very much looking forward to having her join our community in the fall. "

Helena Ramsay, 17

Helena, 17, was named as a victim of the shooting by the Broward County sheriff.

Alex Schachter, 14

Alex participated in the school marching band and orchestra, playing baritone in the former and trombone in the latter, The Sun-Sentinel reported.
"I felt he really had a bright future on the trombone," Alexander Kaminsky, director of bands at the Parkland high school, told the paper.
A Go Fund Me page was set up by Alex's family as a scholarship fund.
"In an effort to continue his memory, this scholarship is being created to help other students experience the joys of music as well as fund increased security at schools. Please help keep Alex's spirit alive," the page said. "The money raised will be sent to the Stoneman Douglas Marching Eagles."

Carmen Schentrup, 16


Carmen was a National Merit Scholar semifinalist.
"Marjory Stoneman Douglas had 10 students qualify as semifinalists for 2018, which is the second year in a row 10 students have qualified," the Eagle Eye student blog said.
Carmen was mourned in the community and on social media.
"Rest In Peace Carmen Schentrup," one tweet said. "You family is forever in my thoughts and prayers. I'm so sorry."

Peter Wang, 15

Peter had been a member of the ROTC program, and his parents owned a restaurant in West Palm Beach, The Sun-Sentinel reported.
Kelsey Friend, who shared a culinary class with Peter, said she "started screaming and crying" when she found about her friend's death by looking at images on Google of those who had died.
"I am wearing my culinary shirt right now, to remember him," she told Alisyn Camerota on CNN's "New Day" on Friday.
Kelsey said Peter had been excited about the Chinese New Year, which fell on Friday.
"Me and my family celebrated it for him, eating Chinese," she said.
Kelsey said the two of them were close.
"It's hard to not have him in the hallways anymore because me and him used to laugh with each other. He used to make me smile. And now he's gone."
Jesse Pan, a real estate agent in Parkland, posted images of the boy on Facebook, including a couple of him wearing his ROTC uniform.
"Rest in Peace Peter!!!" he said.

Two guys with a lot in common

Read Robert Mueller’s indictment of 13 Russians for election interference




The special counsel investigating foreign interference in the 2016 US presidential election has accused 13 Russian nationals and several related organizations with committing fraud to support Donald Trump’s presidential campaign and sabotage his rival, Hillary Clinton.
The indictment below was issued today. It is unlikely to result in extradition of the individuals from Russia, but the document could lay the groundwork for charges against Americans for aiding and abetting their work, though no Americans are mentioned.
Its charges also provide new evidence for claims by US intelligence agencies that Russia attempted to manipulate US voters in 2016. Though it does not weigh in on how much the Russian propaganda effort altered the election, it says the messages reached “significant numbers of Americans.” The Internet Research Agency, the organization at the heart of the indictment, has been connected for years to internet security breaches on behalf of the Russian government.
The individuals named in the document stole US identities and created false online presences to spread political propaganda, even hosting their own rallies. One Twitter handle impersonating Tennessee’s Republican party attracted more than 100,000 followers. An internal message instructed the operators to “use any opportunity to criticize Hillary and the rest (except Sanders and Trump—we support them).

Betty MacDonald, a very special politician and a year ago 




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Donald Trump's forcast



NOT SO HAPPY NEW YEAR

We asked three feng shui masters for Donald Trump’s forecast on the year of the dog


It’s going to be a ruff year for Trump.
In Chinese culture, it’s widely believed that people born under the same zodiac sign as the current year will face bad luck, believed to be cursed for offending the god of age. And Donald Trump, who was born 72 years ago during a “fire dog” year, is expected to see his share of challenges in the coming year of the dog, which begins on Feb. 18, three prominent Hong Kong feng shui masters tell Quartz.
Lee Shing Chak, Raymond Lo, and Yeo Tin Ming—feng shui experts who have each practiced for more than three decades—made their predictions using the “four pillars of destiny,” one of China’s ancient concepts for fortunetelling. According to the practice, a person’s fate is determined by the four components of his or her birthday—the year, month, day, and hour—with each corresponding to two of the five elements (metal, wood, water, fire, and earth). It’s believed the dominating elements can predict a person’s traits, career developments, and relationships.
People born on the year of dog are generally thought to inherit some of the animal’s characteristics, such as loyalty, patience, and reliability. Fire dogs, such as Trump, however, can also be hot tempered.
All the masters are in agreement that Trump is heavily influenced by earth and fire elements, but they differ slightly in their outlook of how it will impact his coming year. Based on Trump’s birthday (June 14, 1946), they foresee relationship problems, policy failures, and possibly even being removed from office.

A blow in the midterms

While people born during dog years are associated with traits such as honesty, Lee Shing Chak—who in 2018 attended the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, representing Hong Kong’s traditional culture sector—says Trump’s ego and mood fluctuations can be attributed to the other pillars of his birthday. Because he was born on the fifth month of the lunar calendar, he is strongly affected by the pull between the sun and the moon, notes Lee.
In general, those born on dog years will likely encounter challenging relationships at work in 2018, and Lee predicts Trump will see further upheaval in his staff, which could “affect the world.” He also suggested a power shift in the US this year, with Republicans losing ground in the midterm elections in November, and that Trump’s policies, such as his proposal to build a border wall, would fail.
Because Trump’s wife, Melania, was also born on the year of the dog (1970), Lee cautions Trump to pay special attention to his marriage. Based on her birthday, his daughter Ivanka, who was born on the year of the rooster (1981), could also face professional challenges. Ultimately, he says the family will have to weather these challenges together.

Enemies rising

Though Trump was born on a fire dog year, he’s particularly strong in earth elements because of the day of his birth. His earth characteristics have shaped his tough personality and helped him in the property business, says Raymond Lo, who was a feng shui representative at the World Economic Forum in 1996. But too much earth can make one out of balance, and this is why Lo—who claims to have predicted the re-election of Barack Obama in 2012—says Trump will suffer an “earth penalty” in 2018.

Raymond Lo's analysis of Trump's fate.
 
Raymond Lo’s analysis of Trump’s fate. (Raymond Lo)
The earth penalty will stimulate his enemies, “so there will be anti-Trump movements,” he adds. Lo foresees more obstacles and resistance for Trump, especially in the first six months. Not only will his enemies (Democrats) get stronger, he predicts that “maybe more people from the Republican party will also be against him.” But if he survives October—one of the worst months for people born on the year of dog—then November (and the midterms) could end up in his favor.
Trump might have a tough time with Ivanka too, according to Lo. Based on her birthday, Ivanka is influenced by the metal element. Because earth produces metal, Trump might make his daughter out of balance. “She will feel frustrated not being able to carry out her ideas,” Lo says.

Removal from office?

Trump will continue to provoke the world, maybe even try to start a war, but because luck isn’t in his favor this year, “none of the bad plans he has will become the reality,” says Yeo Tin Ming.
Using I Ching, one of China’s most consulted books that’s believed to be the guide to everything, Yeo, who’s often featured as a feng shui expert on Hong Kong television, predicted health problems and accidents this year, especially from early October to early November. This will be a rough period for him, and “he might be removed from the office,” he adds.
Yeo, who claims to have predicted Brexit (link in Chinese), says Trump has a “vicious” heart. He’s persistent and confident because of the earth’s influence, and short-tempered because of the fire element.

Yeo Tin Ming and his predictions of Trump.
 
Yeo Tin Ming and his predictions for Trump. (Quartz)
Trump will face a lot of challenges from colleagues and even allies because of his decisions and the scandals surrounding him, Yeo said, referring to his campaign’s Kremlin connection. Those who choose to side with him will likely get into trouble themselves.
These are reasons Yeo says the Democrats will surely win the midterm elections, and Trump’s policies, such as the Mexico border wall, will fail to pass.

Betty MacDonald, a very special politician and a year ago 




Many ESC fans from all over the world are so very sad because we lost Joy Fleming - one of the best singers ever. 


Betty MacDonald fan club founder Wolfgang Hampel sings  'Try to remember' especially for Betty MacDonald fan club organizer Linde Lund at Vita Magica September

you can join 


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Vita Magica  


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Vita Magica Betty MacDonald event with Wolfgang Hampel, Thomas Bödigheimer and Friedrich von Hoheneichen


Vita Magica 

Betty MacDonald 

Betty MacDonald fan club 

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Betty MacDonald forum  

Wolfgang Hampel - Wikipedia ( English ) 

Wolfgang Hampel - Wikipedia ( English ) - The Egg and I 

Wolfgang Hampel - Wikipedia ( Polski)   

Wolfgang Hampel - Wikipedia ( German )

Wolfgang Hampel - LinkFang ( German ) 

Wolfgang Hampel - Academic ( German )

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Wolfgang Hampel - people check ( English ) 

Wolfgang Hampel - Memim ( English )

Vashon Island - Wikipedia ( German )

Wolfgang Hampel - Monica Sone - Wikipedia ( English )

Wolfgang Hampel - Ma and Pa Kettle - Wikipedia ( English )

Wolfgang Hampel - Ma and Pa Kettle - Wikipedia ( French ) 


Wolfgang Hampel - Mrs. Piggle-Wiggle - Wikipedia ( English)

Wolfgang Hampel in Florida State University 

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