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417308 The Royal Road of Persia (Book VIII) Historical Merged Global Diyarbakır, Turkey Diyarbakır Diyarbakır TR When Xerxes perceived the disaster which had come upon him, he feared lest some one of the Ionians should suggest to the Hellenes, or they should themselves form the idea, to sail to the Hellespont and break up the bridges; and so he might be cut off in Europe and run the risk of perishing utterly: therefore he began to consider about taking flight. 0000-00-00 00:00:00 0000-00-00 00:00:00 herodotus 2019-06-30 04:44:07 no 0 320152 Proj:417308 25 997362 999654 2019-06-30 04:57:09 37.9249733 No 40.2109826 Yes 417308 no Project banner 417308.jpg 0 0 0
306709 Cannabis-Impaired Driving: A Common Sense Approach Active Federal Sarasota, FL, USA Sarasota Sarasota County FL US It’s important to remove impaired drivers from the road without unfairly implicating the unimpaired. With per se limits, that involves establishing a direct and parallel relationship between blood levels of THC and levels of impairment. Using the data from DUI arrests, researchers have studied this very relationship. Overall, they find that per se laws face many challenges when cannabis’s metabolic factors are taken into account.

Unlike alcohol, cannabis is stored in the fatty tissues of the body. This characteristic means that cannabis compounds, including the psychoactive THC, store and are detectable long term, up to a month or longer of abstinence.

Research on frequent and long-term recreational cannabis users finds that, since cannabis stores in the fatty tissues of the body and can be released long after sobriety, chronic users maintain a certain amount of measurable THC in their plasma at all times, even while sober, sometimes exceeding the typical per se standard of 5 ng. In fact, NHTSA found specifically that “THC levels of a few nanograms per milliliter (ng/ml) in blood can result …from chronic use where no recent ingestion has occurred and no impairment is present.” In a state with per se limits, such drivers, while not impaired, would be assumed impaired and prosecuted under per se laws, without evidence of impairment.

0000-00-00 00:00:00 0000-00-00 00:00:00 terimoore 2019-06-10 16:57:45 no 0 320021 Proj:306709 142 47142,60045,788 51258,999640,999639 2019-06-10 20:26:21 27.3364347 No -82.5306527 Yes 306709 no Project banner 306709.jpg 0 0 0
855410 The Capitulations of Santa Fe Historical Solved Global Córdoba, Spain Córdoba Córdoba AL ES Whereas, Most Christian, High, Excellent, and Powerful Princes, King and Queen of Spain and of the Islands of the Sea, our Sovereigns, this present year 1492, after your Highnesses had terminated the war with the Moors reigning in Europe, I saw the royal banners of your Highnesses planted by force of arms upon the towers of the Alhambra; and in the present month, in consequence of the information which I had given your Highnesses respecting the countries of India, how, at many times he, and his predecessors had sent to Rome soliciting instructors who might teach him our holy faith, and the holy Father had never granted his request, whereby great numbers of people were lost, believing in idolatry and doctrines of perdition. I should not proceed by land to the East, as is customary, but by a Westerly route, in which direction we have hitherto no certain evidence that any one has gone. 0000-00-00 00:00:00 0000-00-00 00:00:00 christophercolumbus 2019-05-26 21:30:59 no 0 319859 Proj:855410 38 997346 999620,999621 2019-05-26 21:43:18 37.1878785 No -3.7202391 Yes 580579 yes Project banner 855410.jpg 0 0 0
967436 AAA: Don't Drive Intexticated Active State Sacramento, CA, USA Sacramento Sacramento County CA US Despite bans on handheld use of smartphones, the threat is growing. A new AAA distracted driving survey of California drivers shows 10 percent of adults say they always or frequently use their smartphone while driving, even though it is against the law. The study also finds adult drivers who are significantly more likely to drive ‘intexticated’ are between 25 to 39 years old and/or those who send and receive more than 50 text messages per day on their smartphones.

The survey also revealed: •           Nearly half (46 percent) of those who admit to driving ‘intexticated’ do so for navigation. Other popular reasons cited for using smartphones behind the wheel included searching for audio or music, believing that someone required a quick response, and feeling more productive. •           Ten percent of those surveyed say they have been involved in a crash in the last five years in which they believe distraction played a role. •           Drivers surveyed said they were most likely to drive while ‘intexticated’ when they were alone in the car. The survey is part of the Automobile Club of Southern California’s (AAA’s) “Don’t Drive Intoxicated. Don’t Drive Intexticated.” Initiative, which aims to make texting while driving as socially unacceptable as drunk driving. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), 9 people die every day from distracted driving and more than one thousand others are injured. AAA member DeeDee Gonzalez was one of them. In 2017, she was riding her motorcycle in Rancho Palos Verdes when a driver hit her head-on while he was looking at his smartphone. She was thrown from her bike, sustained multiple traumatic injuries, and could not walk for months after the crash. She will need some form of physical therapy for the rest of her life. “The legal consequences for texting and driving are not as severe as drinking and driving, which I will never understand. They’re both reckless behaviors,” said Gonzalez. “The law has not caught up with technology and I’m hopeful, maybe I’m optimistic about things getting better,” she said.

Assembly Bill 47 would add a point to a driver’s Department of Motor Vehicle record, in addition to the current fine, for those who violate the state’s ban on using a handheld electronic device while driving. Currently, the only penalty for violating the state's distracted driving law is a $20 fine for the first offense and $50 for subsequent violations ($160 and $285 with state and local penalty assessments added). Points, and the potential for driver license suspension if too many points are accumulated, have been show to change driver behavior in studies by the California Department of Motor Vehicles. 0000-00-00 00:00:00 0000-00-00 00:00:00 aaasocal 2019-05-25 05:19:00 no 0 319813 Proj:967436 142 997344,997345,20 999613,999615 2019-05-25 05:41:23 38.5815719 No -121.4943996 Yes 967436 yes Project banner 967436.jpg 0 0 0
136277 Value-Added Tolling: A Better Deal for America's Highway Users Active Federal Los Angeles, CA, USA Los Angeles Los Angeles County CA US The Interstate highway system is wearing out. Over the next two decades, nearly all of its 47,000 miles will have to be rebuilt, to make it serviceable for another 50+ years. In addition, several hundred major interchanges are horrible bottlenecks and need to be replaced with more modern designs, and some corridors need additional lanes to cope with growth, especially in truck travel. A major Reason study last year estimated the cost of Interstate reconstruction and modernization at $1 trillion. To make tolling customer-friendly for all Interstate users, in the next surface transportation reauthorization bill (due in 2020) Congress should repeal the 1956 ban on tolled general purpose lanes and the 1956 ban on commercial services at Interstate rest areas, subject to the following conditions: 0000-00-00 00:00:00 0000-00-00 00:00:00 robertpoolereason 2019-05-10 03:50:32 no 0 319638 Proj:136277 25 46920 51151 2019-05-10 19:15:35 34.0522342 No -118.2436849 Yes 136277 no Project banner 136277.jpg 0 0 0
298621 Texas-sized pothole is big enough to swallow a Lexus, and nearly did Active Local Fort Worth, TX, USA Fort Worth Tarrant County TX US FORT WORTH

A giant sinkhole opened up on West Seventh Street Thursday, nearly swallowing a Lexus during a rainy morning rush hour.

The monstrous collage of collapsed road pavement occurred at the intersection of West Seventh Street and Carroll Street, right next to the Velvet Taco and Montgomery Plaza. The sinkhole appeared to be about 10 feet in diameter, and several feet deep.

Police were called to the area at 8:44 a.m., police spokesman Buddy Calzada said.

No injuries were reported, but a Lexus had to be extracted from the giant hole and towed away, city workers said.

We need to have a surveyor come reassess the area because obviously what the Dept is currently doing is not working. 0000-00-00 00:00:00 0000-00-00 00:00:00 Sadcat886 2019-01-04 15:32:52 no 0 317317 Proj:298621 24 16375 16963 2019-01-05 13:08:21 32.7554883 No -97.3307658 Yes 298621 no Cityscape of Fort Worth Tarrant County Texas United States size-k.jpeg 0 0 0

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