Reconnecting To the Outside World
Power still out.
Well stocked with gas, firewood, Pabst, chips, ammo, etc.
Talk amongst yourselves.
The Senate approved the bill on a voice vote with no debate.
Saddest campaign-finance-report entry I've seen in a long time: Martha Coakley for Senate Committee, $1165 expenditure on Jan. 19, 2010 (election day) for "confetti machine"
Massachusetts Attorney General Martha Coakley says a federal law that defines marriage as a union between a man and a woman interferes with the state’s right to regulate marriage.
Massachusetts Attorney General Martha Coakley says a federal law that requires individuals to purchase health insurance interferes with the state’s right to address health care issues.
Massachusetts Attorney General Martha Coakley says a Supreme Court ruling protecting a woman's right to have an abortion interferes with the state’s right to regulate the procedure.
Massachusetts Attorney General Martha Coakley says a federal law that dictates how states have to spend their stimulus money interferes with the state’s right to conduct its internal affairs.
Massachusetts Attorney General Martha Coakley says a federal law that requires local schools to follow federal education guidelines interferes with the state’s right to regulate public education.
The Republican candidate, Scott Brown, a state senator, represents a suburban district outside of Boston and is known not for any original legislative thinking but for his well-pressed public persona.
Perkins told police he was trying to shoot into the air and the gun “just went off,” police said.
When I try to copy anything to my TI-84 Plus I keep getting the error message - Access Denied (80070005) - any help out there? I am using TI Connect with device explorer.
I'm using a TI-84 Plus Silver Edition and I have recently cleared the RAM and Archive. Now whenever I try to transfer files onto my calculator with TI Connect I recieve the message "Access is denied. (80070005)."
Hi. i am trying to transfer a program from my laptop to my TI 84 Plus Silver Edition calculator. i put in new batteries in to the clac. when i press transfer it says that
Access is Denied
and gives me the error message
can someone please help me I've got a problem my com say:
Acces denied. (80070005)
(it's dutch it really say's toegang geweigerd (80070005))
evry time i try to put a program on my cal. (TI-84 plus) for this reason i went back to the store and got a new cal. but now i have the same problem again.
everytime i try to transfer files to my calc it keeps saying access is denied 80070005. what does this mean n how do i fix?
im useing TI 84+
when i tried to send it to my calc with ti connect, i keep getting
access is denied
i get this a lot btw
so plz help!
I bought a TI-84 calculator last month and put a couple programs on but today something weird happened. Whenever I try to put any programs on using TI Connect it says access denied error code 80070005. I cant put any programs or applications at all! I have plenty of space and reinstalled TI connect. I even took all the batteries out and nothings working! I contacted TI from their web site and havent gotten a reply yet. Can anyone help me?
I get my comp to recognise the calc as USB1, but during transfers it says "Access is Denied" or "The Current Transfer Failed, A Retry May Be Successful"
Whenever i upload stuff to my calculator i get an errorr saying that 80070005 Access is Denied. who out there can help ME?
TI-84 Plus Silver Edition Help!?!?
Listen to my story before answering, so you know the problem.
First, I put games, Apps, and Programs on my calculator. Then, It said it was full. Next, I deleted unnessisary APP Variables, Apps, and Programs. Next, I tried to put so games back on. Next, it says some error message and it game me this error message number "80070005".
My Ti-84 SE Calculator is acting up on me when i am trying to download games or ion on to it. It gives me a message when i try transfering data to it. the message is Access is Denied (80070005) i've tried for ever to get around it
some one please help me.
I have a windows 2000 with TI connect installed, and I can't transfer stuff to the TI84+ calculator. At first, it detects the calculator, but later, it says there's not connection. Also, by that time, the windows thing usually says 'found new hardware' and prompts to install. does that have anything to do with it? but i want to backup the stuff on my calculator, and it won't let me.
Also, sometimes, I get messages such as "A retry may be successful (8C010000)" and also, "Access is denied (80070005)"
Help with my TI 84: Transferring Programs to my computer?
Okay. So when i attempt to transfer programs from the calculator to my computer, i get this error message: "Transfer Status: Access is denied. (80070005)". I have no clue what those numbers mean, and i have no idea why the access is denied (I've run the program with admin privileges with no help). My OS version is 2.4, and my calculator's free RAM is 1000 something. Someone please help?
TI-84 Plus Access is Denied. 80070005?
The calculator is brand new. I connected it to my computer to get the Puzzpack but it keeps giving me the error code: Access is Denied. 80070005. PLEASE HELP!
I get an Access is Denied error when I try to add anything to my Ti-84+
How do you install apps on a TI-84 Plus graphing calculator using TI Connect?
Whenever I try to do these things, it says "Access is denied." :(
The error "Access Denied" indicates that the TI-Connect software could not complete the current transfer due to an unforeseen error. Please try the following troubleshooting steps if the error persists.
"I don't know what else to do."
Barack Obama has long decried the corrupting influence of money in politics. As a candidate, he ran against lobbyists and the pay-for-play culture of Washington. As president, he has continued to hammer the theme, most recently in his impassioned attacks on the Supreme Court’s ruling in Citizens United v Federal Election Commission.
Given this, it’s a little surprising to learn that Obama has not only embraced the sordid money-driven culture of DC, but actually outdone his predecessors. An analysis by the American Foreign Service Association, for example, found that Obama has stuffed the diplomatic corps with more political appointees (i.e., cronies) than any president in the past 40 years. Only a year into the administration, close of half of the president’s biggest donors already have federal jobs.
In March, 2002, Bishop walked into an International House of Pancakes in Peabody with her family, asked for a booster seat for one of her children, and learned the last seat had gone to another mother.
Bishop, according to a police report, strode over to the other woman, demanded the seat and launched into a profanity-laced rant.
When the woman would not give the seat up, Bishop punched her in the head, all the while yelling "I am Dr. Amy Bishop."
Attempts to reach US Representative William D. Delahunt, who was Norfolk district attorney at the time, were unsuccessful yesterday.
The new internal position - posted two days ago - is open only to state employees and could pay up to $102,000 a year to implement “the planning, design, and construction of the future electronic toll system for (the Massachusetts Department of Transportation),” according to a job posting obtained by the Herald.
VANCOUVER, British Columbia (AP) - More than 200 masked Olympic protesters splattered red paint and smashed windows of a popular downtown department store Saturday on the first day of competition at the Vancouver Games.
Police say the group marched through the upscale shopping district, vandalizing cars and stores. Witnesses say protesters threw metal newspaper boxes into the display windows of Hudson's Bay Company, where Olympic souvenirs are sold.
Police in riot gear quickly moved in and quashed the protest. Police Chief Jim Chu said seven protesters were arrested on a variety of charges, and they were being processed. One of the protesters faces weapons possession charges. Chu said the protester had a bicycle chain wrapped around his fist and was threatening passers-by.
The protest was organized by the Olympic Resistance Network to "disturb 'business as usual.'" The ORN is an umbrella group for many causes surrounding the games, ranging from environmental concerns to economic issues.
[Harvard professor Charles J.] Ogletree, founding and executive director of the Charles Hamilton Houston Institute for Race and Justice, says he sees the “professor” label as a thinly veiled attack on Obama’s race. Calling Obama “the professor” walks dangerously close to labeling him “uppity,” a term with racial overtones that has surfaced in the political arena before, Ogletree said.
Thomas L. Haskell, a professor emeritus of history at Rice University, agrees that racial bias may be implicit in the attack on Obama’s professorial past.
“For me and a lot of other academic types, we identify with Obama precisely because he is an intellectual,” Haskell says. “But what does that mean to John Q. Public? I don’t know. John Q. Public may be frightened of these people, especially because this particular intellectual is a black.”
DOVER, N.H. -- A man who took hostages two years ago at Hillary Rodham Clinton's campaign office and who was on probation has cut off his monitoring equipment and is considered at large.
Corrections officials said Leeland Eisenberg cut off his GPS monitoring equipment at 10:09 a.m. Tuesday and is at large. Eisenberg apparently took a Breathalyzer test Tuesday morning and then cut off his GPS device.
He was last seen at the Family Dollar store in Dover getting into a green SUV with a female driver, officials said.
The federal government will be closed on Monday in the Washington area, according to the Office of Personnel Management, as the region continues to plow out of an historic snowstorm.
Closing the federal government for one day costs taxpayers roughly $100 million in lost productivity, a price tag [OPM Director John] Berry said weighs heavily on his final decisions.
For liberals, the observation that "the peasants are revolting" is a pun. For conservatives, it is cause for uncharacteristic optimism. No matter how far the ideological pendulum swings in the short term, in the end the bedrock common sense of the American people will prevail.
Cook County court records reveal that Democratic lieutenant governor nominee Scott Lee Cohen's ex-wife accused him of taking several anabolic steroids and repeatedly threatening her and her children. She also accused him Thursday of trying to choke her before their marriage.
The allegations are coming to light as Cohen is resisting calls to step down from the party's ticket before the November general election.
CHICAGO (AP) - The Democratic nominee for Illinois lieutenant governor has dropped out of the race less than a week after winning the nomination amid a political uproar about his past.
EAST KINGSTON, N.H. -- An East Kingston man is in critical condition after he apparently shot himself accidentally, police said.
Police said they believe Jeffrey Kuzarian, 26, shot himself with a large-caliber weapon at about 1:20 a.m. Friday at a home on Rogers Lane. The circumstances of the shooting are under investigation, but police said they believe it may have been accidental.
Kuzarian was flown by helicopter to Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center in Boston with life-threatening injuries.
Police said there were about 10 adults in their 20s at the time of the shooting. Investigators are continuing to interview people who were there.
Sorry, but if you injure yourself with a firearm, as a direct result of having handled said firearm in violation of the four basic rules of firearms safety at 1:20 in the morning in a room full of people, it's not an "accident". It might not have been "intentional", but the word we need to use here is "negligent". Drastically negligent. I'm not passing judgment on the person involved (and I hope he fully recovers from his injuries), that's just the proper use of the English language.
(CNSNews.com) – Three House Democrats are now pushing legislation that would stop the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) from regulating carbon emissions—a decision the agency announced in December -- without express permission from the Congress.
Chairman of the House Agriculture Committee Collin Peterson (D-Minn.) and Rep. Ike Skelton (D-Mo.) introduced a bill on Tuesday that would amend the Clean Air Act to exclude regulations based on global warming effects, while Rep. Earl Pomeroy (D-N.D.) has a bill that would keep the EPA from regulating greenhouse gases at all unless approved by Congress.
Dr. James Hansen is Paul Revere to the foreboding tyranny of climate chaos — a modern-day hero who has braved criticism and censure and put his career and fortune at stake to issue the call to arms against the apocalyptic forces of ignorance and greed.
— Robert F. Kennedy, Jr.
LONDON - Soon Britons will be able to get smashed at the pub while their pint glasses will not.
The shatterproof pint glass was proudly unveiled by the government yesterday. Officials swore the country would save billions in health care costs by coming up with a glass that does not double as a lethal weapon.
But no officials talked about changing the British binge drinking culture at the root of the problem.
There are about 87,000 alcohol-related glass attacks each year, with many resulting in hospital visits, Home Secretary Alan Johnson said as he introduced the two prototype shatterproof pint glasses.
Britain estimates that attacks from broken pint glasses cost the National Health Service roughly $4.3 billion per year.
The Gallup Poll reported Thursday afternoon that a majority of Democrats, 53%, have a “positive” image of socialism, which includes independents who lean toward the blue party.
Only 17 percent of Republican and GOP-leaners hold socialism in a positive light. In total, more than one-third of Americans, 36%, have a positive image of socialism.
Also viewing socialism positively: 61% of liberals, 39% of moderates and 20% of conservatives.
DURHAM, N.H. -- A new poll shows that President Barack Obama's approval rating in New Hampshire has dropped nearly 20 points.
The WMUR/Granite State Poll shows that Obama's those who approve of how he is doing dropped from 66 percent in February 2009 to 48 percent now.
Those who disapprove of the job the president is doing has more than doubled, going from 21 percent last year to 47 percent now.
The poll shows that his job approval among independents has gone from 65 percent in February 2009 to 39 percent this year.
You can fool some people sometimes,
But you can't fool all the people all the time.
So now we see the light (What you gonna do?),
We gonna stand up for our rights! (Yeah, yeah, yeah!)
President Obama veered off script – and away from the facts – when he spoke about the stimulus bill today in Nashua, NH.
“Now, if you hear some of the critics, they'll say, well, the Recovery Act, I don't know if that's really worked, because we still have high unemployment,” the president said. “But what they fail to understand is that every economist, from the left and the right, has said, because of the Recovery Act, what we've started to see is at least a couple of million jobs that have either been created or would have been lost. The problem is, 7 million jobs were lost during the course of this recession.”
WASHINGTON — The number of newly laid-off workers filing claims for unemployment benefits rose unexpectedly last week, while continuing claims fell sharply.
(AP) The number of newly laid-off workers filing claims for jobless benefits rose more than expected last week, as employers remain reluctant to hire even with the economy showing signs of recovery.
WASHINGTON (AP) - The number of newly laid off workers filing claims for unemployment benefits unexpectedly rose last week as the recovery of the nation's battered labor market proceeds in fits and starts.
WASHINGTON — The number of newly-laid off workers seeking jobless benefits unexpectedly rose last week, as the job market recovers at a slow and uneven pace.
WASHINGTON (AP) — The number of new claims for unemployment benefits fell less than expected last week, fresh evidence the job market remains a weak spot in the economic recovery.
WASHINGTON – The number of newly laid-off workers filing initial claims for jobless benefits rose unexpectedly last week, evidence that layoffs are continuing and jobs remain scarce.
Sales of new U.S. homes unexpectedly tumbled in September, their first drop in six months, underscoring the hazards to an economic recovery that businesses appeared to be banking on.
WASHINGTON — Sales of new homes plunged unexpectedly last month to the lowest level since April, a sign the housing market recovery will be rocky.
Sales of new homes fell unexpectedly in December, capping the industry's worst year on record and fueling concern that the housing market turnaround could falter.
...Wilson Combat Ghost Ring rear sight and XS4 Contour Bead front sight, Knoxx Reduced Recoil Adjustable Stock, and Speedfeed ribbed black forend...
How many dynamic entry scenarios, firearms drawn, homeowners proned out, rooms cleared, and search warrant executed, does the Internal Revenue Service have to do each year? Or EVER?!
How the hell do you wear out a Remington in 12 years? This is something no one else has ever been able to do. You’d think the IRS is in constant gun battles or something?
I've seen plenty of hair-brained gun control schemes come down the Pike, but this latest idea from the "mind" of Boston City Councilor, Rob Consalvo, reaches a never-before seen height of stupidity. I've heard of thinking "outside the box" before, but Consalvo's outside the orbit of Saturn with this one.
This cannot possibly be ignorance - if someone's really stupid enough to believe that putting a GPS device in a firearm would do *anything* to reduce crimes committed with firearms, they're too stupid to avoid drinking out of a bottle with a skull and crossbones on it to reach adulthood.
"It's tough on small businesses right now," she said. "I mean, it's tough everywhere. We need to get the economy moving somehow."
Obama has announced a plan to shift $30 billion to small banks. The idea is that the banks would then lend the money to small businesses.
Grappling to contain record deficits, President Barack Obama is seeking to end a middle-class tax break he once said would be permanent.
An administration official said the tax credit reflects changing realities in Congress on climate change legislation.
The tax [credit] initially was intended to compensate middle-class families for increased energy costs related to a cap-and-trade mechanism that would have capped greenhouse gas emissions by businesses while setting up a system allowing emissions credits to be bought and sold, the official said. The credit was to be paid for by revenue from the cap-and-trade system.
The news service Reuters withdrew a story last night titled "Backdoor taxes to hit middle class" after the White House reached out and pointed out "errors of fact."
NASHUA, N.H. -- President Barack Obama will visit New Hampshire on Tuesday, a day after he delivered a $3.8 trillion budget to Congress.
The plan calls for $53 billion in tax cuts and $50 billion in spending to create jobs. The president said that it is time for the country to live within its means as he proposed the plan.
"We're at war," he said. "Our economy has
saved or createdlost 7 million jobs in the last two years. Our government is deeply in debt after what can only be described as a decade of profligacy."
Obama said he was reminding the country of a dire situation that he said his administration inherited.
Newfoundland and Labrador Premier Danny Williams is set to undergo heart surgery this week in the United States.
CBC News confirmed Monday that Williams, 60, left the province earlier in the day and will have surgery later in the week.
The premier's office provided few details, beyond confirming that he would have heart surgery and saying that it was not necessarily a routine procedure.
Deputy Premier Kathy Dunderdale is scheduled to hold a news conference Tuesday morning.
She's expected to provide more details about Williams's condition, as well as how the provincial government will function during his absence.