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The Blizzard of 1996. That’s when the weather bug bit me. 40 inches of snow from a single storm. That was almost unheard of in the suburbs of Philadelphia where I grew up. I wanted to know how, why and would it happen again?

My passion for weather was natural for me. I always had a love for math and science (yes I was in the weather club in high school and yes I am still a huge nerd at heart). I graduated from Penn State University with a Bachelor of Science in Meteorology. My first on air experience was in college, PCN TV, a local cable channel. The experience was great, but I can’t help but laugh when looking back at those early days.

I started my career at WHSV TV3 Winchester in the beautiful Shenandoah Valley of Virginia as the Chief Meteorologist. It was here I received the prestigious AMS Certified Broadcast Meteorology seal. I’ve covered all different types of weather events while working in the Mid Atlantic. From Hurricane Sandy coming ashore, to the June 2012 Derecho, to the devastating Tornado Outbreak in 2011 and the numerous crippling East Coast blizzards. I’ve traded the snow for sunshine (and some fog!) and am excited to call the Bay Area my home!

I feel lucky every day. I turned my hobby into a career so it never feels like I’m working. In my down time, I enjoy cooking, running, spending time with family and traveling. I participated in my first Triathlon last year in Richmond, Virginia. My goal is to complete a full marathon very soon.
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The new digital promo for Netflix, created by The Glitch, captures the popularity of Narcos and features Tanmay Bhatt, co founder of All India Bakchod (AIB) and ad agency Vigyapanti.

The popular American crime series Narcos that released exclusively on the streaming service Netflix last year, has became one of the biggest hits that the service has had till date. The series that focusses on the Columbian drug lord Pablo Escobar and the DEA agents who worked to bring him down, now boasts a huge number of fans, globally.

The highly anticipated second season of the show arrived last week. In order to promote it among its Indian subcribers, Netflix India has roped in stand up comic Tanmay Bhatt for a digital promo film titled ‘Hooked feat. Tanmay Bhatt’.

The video created by The Glitch and featuring Bhatt as Ronny, a pizza delivery guy,
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shows how viewers are hooked to Narcos.

In the film, Bhatt is the ‘most tipped pizza delivery boy’ in India. But, one day to his dismay, when he delivers pizza to the ‘Kothari house’, he is ignored (and sent away without a tip). The film then shows that the customer was watching Narcos and was too engrossed in it to care about tipping. After figuring out the reason, Bhatt gets into a Pablo Escobar mode, moustache et al, the next time he delivers a pizza to this particular customer. He flaunts his own version of Spanish replete with famous Narcos phrases like ‘plata o plomo’. Pleased, the customer invites him in,
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The January transfer window has recently slammed shut, and its echoes have barely finished ringing around the Premier League. That doesn’t mean that we can’t begin dissecting it however, especially in our modern culture of instant gratification. Everyone wants to know the winners, and everybody especially wants to know the losers, so that’s exactly what this article will be examining.

Contrary to normal practice, Arsene Wenger made a number of purchases in this window, perhaps in an attempt to make a final challenge for a top four spot by the end of the season. The Gunners currently sit five points off , and the Blues have a game in hand, which means that have an uphill battle if they want to qualify for next season’s Champions League.

They should be able to give it a good go however, especially due to the addition of Pierre Emerick Aubameyang. The former Borussia Dortmund man is a proven goal scorer, and netted on his debut against . With summer signing Alexandre Lacazette struggling, the absolute worst Aubameyang can do is provide a bit of competition for places.

The North London club also dealt well with the Alexis Sanchez debacle, ultimately swapping him with Manchester United for Henrikh Mkhitaryan. The Armenian registered an impressive three assists against , and he could revitalise his career at . The Sanchez situation was becoming a real drain on the club and the morale, so the mere fact that it is over should be a positive thing.

The impressive movements in the transfer window also had another positive impact as they convinced Mesut Ozil to stay. The midfielder was in a similar boat to Sanchez, but his new long term contract has put a stop to the doubt. Thankfully for Blues fans, Antonio Conte made several moves in January that could aid them in their quest.

Ross Barkley finally made the switch to Stamford Bridge after months of rumours and links, and once he fully recovers from injury he should make a good addition to the squad. There is little doubt of the midfielder’s talent, and with the right coaching he could become a top player at , especially if given an extended run of game time.

The London club were also involved in a stunning transfer triangle that saw them ship Michy Batshuayi off to Dortmund, while securing the services of striker Olivier Giroud. had been struggling for goals in the first half of the season, something that had been preventing them from climbing the table given their equally poor defensive record.

The addition of Theo Walcott should certainly help with the attacking issue, and the former winger has grabbed two goals and an assist in his first three games for the Toffees. He will at the very least inject some pace into a previously sluggish offence, allowing them to hit teams on the break.

Cenk Tosun, previously of Besiktas, should also be able to start contributing goals to the cause once he finds his feet in the Premier League, and will provide a nice compliment to their other attacking options.

Big Sam also added Eliaquim Mangala on loan in order to shore up the defence, something that seems to be fairly vital at this stage, especially given their recent 5 1 defeat to . The French defender has Premier League experience, and when given enough minutes should develop into a talented centre half.

While what Mauricio Pochettino has achieved at Spurs is admirable, and their style of football is often to be admired, there is a constant feeling that the North London club are never quite in a position to compete with their Premier League rivals, especially in a financial sense. Unfortunately in today’s footballing climate that often transfers to the pitch too, and it’s difficult to see finishing any higher than fourth this season.

In this window they added Lucas Moura from PSG, which on the face of it looks like a decent signing. What makes it worrying is that he was their only new recruit in a window that the teams above and below them used to bolster and refresh their squads.

The problem for Pochettino’s side during this campaign has been their inability to turn draws against the lesser teams into wins. They currently sit 14th, two points above the drop zone, but have been struggling for much of this season. A lack of goals and an inability to keep other teams out has left Mauricio Pellegrino needing additions at both ends of the pitch, but he only managed one.

The sole arrival was Guido Carrillo, signed from Monaco, and he will likely take some time to adjust to the Premier League. Perhaps after a few weeks he will be a sensation, but four goals in 15 games for Ligue 1 giants Monaco before joining the Saints isn’t hugely inspiring. In fact it’s less goals than Charlie Austin had for the south coast side before his injury, and only one more than Shane Long’s tally.

At the other end of the pitch not only failed to purchase a defender, which seemed like a necessity upon noticing that they have conceded 38 times this season, but they sold their best centre half. Virgil van Dijk always looked destined to join Liverpool, but the fact that Pellegrino had nobody in mind as a replacement is slightly shocking. It is difficult to see how things will improve when little changes have been made.
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BERLIN: Mohammed Ali Zonoobi bends his head as the priest pours holy water over his black hair. “Will you break away from Satan and his evil deeds?” pastor Gottfried Martens asks the Iranian refugee. “Will you break away from Islam?”

“Yes,” Zonoobi fervently replies. Spreading his hands in blessing, Martens then baptizes the man.

Mohammed is now Martin no longer Muslim, but Christian. Zonoobi, a carpenter from the Iranian city of Shiraz, arrived in Germany with his wife and two children five months ago. He is one of hundreds of mostly Iranian and Afghan asylum seekers who have converted to Christianity at the evangelical Trinity Church in a leafy Berlin neighborhood.

There’s no overlooking the fact that the decision will greatly boost their chances of winning asylum by allowing them to claim they would face persecution if sent home.

Martens recognizes that some convert in order to improve their chances of staying in Germany but for the pastor motivation is unimportant. About 10 percent of converts do not return to church after christening, he claims.

Being Christian alone does not help an applicant, and Chancellor Angela Merkel went out of her way this week to reiterate that Islam “belongs in Germany.”

But in Afghanistan and Iran, for example, conversion to Christianity by a Muslim could be punished by death or imprisonment, and it is therefore unlikely that Germany would deport converted Iranian and Afghan refugees back home.

None will openly admit to converting in order to help their asylum chances. To do so could result in rejection of their assylum bid and deportation as Christian converts. Several candidates for baptism at Martens’ church would not give their names out of fear of repercussions for their families back home.

Most said their decision was based on belief, but one young Iranian woman said she was convinced most people had joined the church only to improve their chances for asylum.

Congregation member Vesam Heydari initially applied for asylum in Norway and converted there in 2009.

“The majority of Iranians here are not converting out of belief,” Heydari said. “They only want to stay in Germany.”

Meanwhile, as other churches across Germany struggle with dwindling numbers of believers, Martens has seen his congregation swell from 150 just two years to more than 600 parishioners now with a seemingly unending flow of new refugees finding the way to his congregation. Some come from cities as far away as Rostock on the Baltic Sea, having found out by word of mouth that Martens not only baptizes Muslims after a three month “crash course” in Christianity, but also helps them with asylum pleas.

Other Christian communities across Germany, among them Lutheran churches in Hannover and the Rhineland, have also reported growing numbers of Iranians converting to Christendom. There are no exact numbers on how many Muslims have converted in Germany in recent years and they are a tiny minority compared to the country’s overall 4 million Muslims. But at least for Berlin, Martens describes the number of conversions as nothing short of a “miracle.” And he says he has at least another 80 people mostly refugees from Iran and a few Afghans waiting to be baptized.

Germany is witnessing an unprecedented surge of asylum seekers this year, with the number of migrants expected to reach 800,000 this year, a fourfold increase on last year.

Many of the new arrivals come from Muslim countries such as Syria, Iraq, Afghanistan or Pakistan. While refugees from civil war torn Syria will almost definitely be receiving asylum status, the situation is more complicated for asylum seekers from Iran or Afghanistan, which are seen as more stable. In recent years, roughly 40 50 percent from those two countries have been allowed to stay in the country, with many of those getting only temporary permission to remain.

Germany’s Federal Office for Migration and Refugees said it does not comment on the reasons individual applicants give when they apply for asylum, or on how many people receive refugee status in Germany based on religious persecution.

Zonoobi, who dressed all in white for his baptism on Sunday, said he had attended secret religious services in Iran ever since friends introduced him to the Bible at age 18. He decided to flee to Germany after several Christian friends were arrested for practicing their religion.

For Zonoobi and his wife Afsaneh who since her baptism goes by the name of Katarina the christening marks a new beginning.

“Now we are free and can be ourselves,” she said. “Most important, I am so happy that our children will have a good future here and can get a good education in Germany.”
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NEW YORK (CNNMoney) Donald Trump in 2013 asked James O the controversial conservative filmmaker, if he could “get inside” Columbia University and obtain President Obama sealed college records, according to a passage in O forthcoming book, a copy of which was reviewed by CNN.

O a guerrilla filmmaker whom critics have decried for his tactics and who pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor for entering federal property in 2010 under false pretenses, writes in “American Pravda: My Fight for Truth in the Era of Fake News” that during a meeting in New York City Trump complimented his ACORN sting videos (“That pimp and hooker thing you did, wow!”). But, O writes, Trump “was a man with a plan” and “did not agree to this meeting to sing my praises.”

According to O Trump “suspected Obama had presented himself as a foreign student on application materials to ease his way into New York Columbia University, maybe even Harvard too, and perhaps picked up a few scholarships along the way.”

O wrote that during the 2013 meeting Trump suggested O infiltrate Columbia and obtain the sealed records: ” else can get this information, O quoted Trump as saying. ” you think you could get inside Columbia? said he explained to Trump that the request did not fall into his “line of work,” and that he considered himself and his colleagues to be journalists, not “private eyes.”

But that didn seem to deter Trump. At the end of the meeting, O wrote, “Trump shook my hand, encouraged me to keep up the good work, and half whispered,
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Columbia. Several of the many varying and often contradictory threads of the conspiracy theory centered on Obama records from Columbia, where he completed his bachelor degree in 1983. Some of the conspiracy theorists believed, without evidence, that there would have been something suspicious in his records from that period.

Roughly two years before the meeting between Trump and O at the 2011 White House Correspondents Dinner, Obama had mocked Trump, who was in the audience, over his “birther” beliefs.

In 2016, while running for president, Trump held a news conference at which he backed off the conspiracy theory he had fueled and said he believed Obama was born in the United States more than five years after Obama had released his original long form birth certificate from Hawaii. The New York Times, however, reported in November of last year that he had privately begun questioning the authenticity of Obama birth certificate again.

The Daily Caller was the first to report on this part of O book.

A spokesperson for the White House did not respond to a request for comment from CNN. O declined to address the substance of this story, only telling CNN through a spokesperson that he would “be more than happy to go live on the air to answer questions regarding the book.” CNN received a review copy of the book from its publisher.

In the book, O writes that the meeting was arranged by Republican political operative Sam Nunberg. Reached by phone, Nunberg recalled the meeting and confirmed he set it up. He said Trump was impressed with O work and, among other things, the number of retweets O would get on Twitter.

Nunberg stressed repeatedly that he did not believe during the meeting that Trump was asking O to “commit a crime.”

“I recall that the Columbia records were brought up,” Nunberg told CNN. “I in no way recall Trump asking James to do something illegal. . He did not ask him to go in there and break in and get the records.”

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It draw time for the UEFA Nations League. Of course, you have no idea what the UEFA Nations League actually is would you? Unless of course you have already read F365 handy guide originally published when the groups were decided back in October

Have they literally just made this up?

Well, apparently not. It seems that this was approved by the UEFA Executive Committee back in December 2014. We have barely heard a whisper since, so if we did notice the official announcement, we had collectively forgotten all about it until Wednesday morning. At the same meeting in December 2014, UEFA sought regarding the current situation of Crimean clubs so we are now half expecting UEFA to suddenly announce that Crimean clubs will enter the Championship play offs from next season. We could barely be more caught off guard than we have been by the UEFA Nations League.

Right, so are England now going to play those other 11 teams?

No. Because that would be ridiculous. England will play two teams on a home and away basis between September and November 2018, as each leaguewill be divided into four groups of three or four teams, with the 12 strong League A being divided into four groups of three teams. League B will be similarly divided. League C will contain three groups of four and one of three, while League D will have four groups of four teams. So England, for example, may be drawn against Belgium and Croatia, and will play those teams home and away in the autumn of 2018.

So is this instead of Euro 2020 qualifying?

No, that would be too simple. Euro 2020 qualifying is set back until March 2019 and will end in November 2019. But the Nations League will a) decide the seedings for the Euro 2020 qualifiers and b) provide another route to the tournament, with four non qualifiers being given another chance according to their Nations League rankings. We will come back to this later, but the important information is that these games are instead of friendlies rather than instead of qualifying.

So we know the Leagues; when will we know the groups?

After January 24, 2018, when a lavish ceremony will presumably be held in Lausanne, Switzerland. Because what football needs more than anything are more lavish ceremonies and more interminable draws.

So how do you become UEFA Nations League champions?

You can only become UEFA Nations League champions if you are in League A, of course. And you win the UEFA Nations League by topping your group and thus qualifying for the mini tournament between four teams in June 2019. Two semi finals, a third placed play off and the final will take place at stadiums in one of the participating countries. The winner will become the UEFA Nations League champions,
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which does not sound quite so sexy as being actual European champions, but it might catch on.

Is there promotion and relegation?

Yes, and this is where the excitement may come. Four countries will be promoted/relegated, using pretty basic top of the group/bottom of the group criteria, apart from relegation from the awkwardly numbered League C, which we won worry about until Scotland are in danger of joining Gibraltar in League D.

Right, so that all sounds fair enough, if a little pointless. What was that stuff about Euro 2020 qualifying?

Only 20 of the participating 24 teams (yes, 24, yes it is ridiculous) in Euro 2020 will be decided by the usual qualifying process, with the top two teams in each of ten groups qualifying for the tournament, which is being held across Europe.

So the final four places at Euro 2020 will come from each of the four leagues, with play offs (of course) to decide those four teams. Remember the groups? Well, the winners of each group (if they have not already qualified for Euro 2020) will play one off semi finals against each other (at the home of highest ranked team) before a play off final to be held at a pre determined venue in March 2020.

If the winners of the groups have already qualified for Euro 2020 (as is likely in League A), they will keep going down the groups until they find enough teams for the play offs. And if they cannot find enough teams for the play offs from a certain league (as is likely in League A), then they will go and grab some teams from a lower league to make up the numbers.

This means that the usual Euro 2020 qualifying competition will actually only irretrievably knock out 19 countries; 20 will qualify as group winners or runners up and another 16 will go through to those UEFA Nations League play offs.

It does sound like it might be designed to ensure that no big country ever misses out on a European Championship place again

It does, doesn it? Though we expect the Netherlands to manage somehow.

But wait a minute, does it also mean that a League D side is guaranteed a place at Euro 2020?

It does indeed. Which means one of Azerbaijan, Macedonia, Belarus etc will get a place. Which is making us think that it might be worth Scotland getting relegated to give themselves a chance of making it to Euro 2024, by which time they might have got a bit taller.
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White, then 24, said nothing at first. As he pondered signing up for an ITT associate’s degree, which would require a two year commitment and $38,000 in debt, he revisited the pinball trajectory of his life.

The son of a Chrysler career man and homemaker mom, he’d already taken two stabs at traditional colleges only to bag because he “was worried there’d be no money studying French.”

Now, as he contemplated making a third attempt by way of a computer electronic engineering degree, White was earning just above minimum wage at a McDonald’s drive thru.

“It all sounds great,” he finally said, “but I don’t know if I’m comfortable doing this today. I’d like to have some more time and think about it.”

“After she said that, I’m like, ‘Yeah, you’re right,'” he says. “At the time, it seemed like a good decision. ITT said all the right things. How their graduates were in demand by good employers.

A few weeks before commencement, an ITT staffer approached him, talking up the school’s software engineering bachelor’s program. White, the employee insisted, was a natural fit.

Its specialty is using multimillion dollar ad campaigns to carpet bomb the vulnerable: poor folks, minorities, military veterans, and single moms, people unaware that a degree at half the price and with twice the respect can be had at the community college down the street.

ITT sells career fulfillment and a better life. The reality, however, is thousands of alums with lives unchanged except for the crushing new burden of student loans.

In May the rot finally spread to the surface. Two of ITT’s top executives were indicted for fraud.

ITT has been known to drop as much as $252 million annually on marketing. Broken down, its advertising and recruiting amount to $4,600 per student. Compare that to public universities, which drop less than $500 per head, and you begin to see the salesmanship. “I did attend ITT Tech right out of high school,” grad Tiffany Edwards testifies in one commercial. “The investment I made in my education was definitely worth it. I’m in a very successful position within my career and I wouldn’t be there without my education.”

Christina Hammond owes $104,000 in student loans after attending the for profit college.

“I drove past ITT Tech every day on the way to work, and I worked in a warehouse,” he says. “I wondered about going there. I’ve always wanted to work with technology and on computers, and I knew ITT had those plans. I just needed to figure out a way to get there. That was how I got in the door first, setting up financial aid from the beginning.”

Mann, like thousands of others, most likely called the toll free number from a TV ad. That’s where he was probably introduced to the Pain Funnel.

According to leaked internal documents called the “Pain Funnel” and “Pain Puzzle,” recruiters are instructed to attack a prospective student’s pain, guilt, and anxiety.

Take, for example, an associate’s degree in network systems administration, which tops $46,000 at ITT’s Eden Prairie campus. A similar program at Anoka Ramsey Community College costs $10,000.

When Morris first approached ITT in 2007, he was told an associate’s degree costing $41,000 would be reduced to $38,000 because he was a Coast Guard vet. He was also assured his entire education would be covered by federal loans and grants.

Morris studied part time, graduating in 2010 with a degree in information systems administration. It wasn’t long before he realized ITT’s promised land was a dead zone. The school’s work placement center amounted to little more than online job sites available to anyone.

“That was the extent of the career center,” says Morris. “I never got as much as an interview.”

He still works as a machinist.

Now 50, he sees only one difference in his post education life: He owes $50,000 in student debt.

In 2012, ITT reported revenues of $1.3 billion. Most came directly from taxpayers by way of loans, grants, and veterans benefits. Over the years, the school has aligned itself with some of the biggest players in politics to ensure the money keeps flowing.

One of its major shareholders is Blum Capital Partners, the San Francisco private equity firm run by Richard Blum, husband of California Democratic Sen. Dianne Feinstein.

Former Minnesota Republican Congressman Vin Weber is a former ITT board member who now serves as its “lead independent director.” (Weber, also an advisor to presidential candidate Jeb Bush, did not respond to an interview request.)

But the company’s greatest fortunes can be traced to George W. Bush.

He appointed Sally Stroup as the Department of Education’s assistant secretary, making her the top regulator of higher education. The move was akin to making a sex offender the boss of a convent.

Stroup was a former lobbyist for the University of Phoenix, a for profit college with a track record of avarice similar to ITT’s.

Along with key allies like Rep. John Boehner (R Ohio) and Rep. Howard McKeon (R California), Bush began to dismantle the safeguards protecting students from unscrupulous corporations.

“I just had that moment in my life where I knew I had to do something,” she says. “I had seen their commercials, talking about half of it was theory and half hands on training. I thought to myself, that’s awesome because that’s what employers need.”
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“This is their response. ‘Toby Young’s diverse experience includes time at Harvard Harvard and Cambridge.’ He was studying both of those universities so that was a bit like saying my diverse experience includes time at the London School of Economics.

“‘As well as co founding the successful West London Free School. His experience will be vital in encouraging new providers.’ Do you think they’ve just cut and pasted this and not responded to our request at all? Surely not, because that would undermine the most basic requirements of the job wouldn’t it? Responding to specific inquiries from Her Majesty’s press.

“‘The appointments to the board reflect the diverse needs of the higher education sector, young people and employers.’

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