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It's Airshow Week (Again!) At Aero-TV! The First in a Three Part 'ICAS Conversation' for 2009, starts off a series of interwoven interviews in which we asked about a dozen airshow professionals the same three questions... each of which will become the topic of its own program over the next three days. In this installment we asked a number of airshow luminaries the following question... with the constant bad news we have to deal with each and every day in terms of the ailing economy, do you see this affecting your airshow business? In the next two parts, we'll address the airshow industry's efforts (in 20908) to increase its safety consciousness and the individual performers and acts that provided inspiration to today's airshow superstars. Produced at the 2008 ICAS Convention just before the end of the year, we were pleased to be able to tackle such important subjects as the industry made ready to start another year... and were impressed (as usual) to see that the industry continues to make progress on a number of fronts -- especially in terms of safety. ICAS tells us that Airshows draw large numbers of demographically attractive spectators - a well-educated, affluent group of men, women and children of all ages. More than 70 percent of the audience at an air show has had some college education. Three quarters report household income of $35,000 or more. The average spectator is just under 39 years of age, but more than 53 percent of spectators are between 30 and 50. Safety has always been a major airshow concern but a series of unrelated accidents, in the 2007 airshow season, to too many performers brought the topic to the forefront of discussion at most ICAS or airshow-related get-togethers. ICAS notes that Airshows offer a consistently and historically safe environment for millions of spectators each year. Since current rules were implemented nearly 50 years ago, there has not been a single spectator fatality at a North American show – an enviable safety record for any business. But... they're not satisfied to leave it that. A 'small working group' of ICAS members met last year in Dallas to begin work on a new Safety Management System for the air show industry that was to serve as an important tool in improving air show safety. Using existing safety management systems as models, ICAS members discussed the changes and accommodations needed to effectively adapt the work already done in other segments of the aviation industry to the particular needs and circumstances of the air show community. So far, it seems that the efforts are succeeding. Conceived as part of the larger ICAS initiative to change the culture of air show safety, the product of this effort is intended to document processes and procedures that our industry can use to manage risk, report incidents and accidents, participate more actively in accident investigations, identify trends, communicate the results of these investigations to members, and reduce the number of accidents in the air show community. So... On To Part One Of Aero-TV's Conversation With The 2009 Airshow Industry. FMI: www.icashq****, www.aero-tv****, www.youtube****/aerotvnetwork, *******twitter****/AeroNews Copyright 2009, Aero-News Network, Inc., ALL Rights Reserved.
21 Jan 2009
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It's Airshow Week--Again!--At Aero-TV! (Part Three) The Final Portion of a Three Part 'ICAS Conversation' for 2009, finishes a series of interwoven interviews in which we asked about a dozen airshow professionals the same three questions... each of which became the topic of its own program over the course of this series. In this installment we asked a number of airshow luminaries the following question... who inspired YOU? Who served as your role model(s) or otherwise impressed you in your quest to join the airshow industry? In the three part series, we have already examined the affect of a depressed economy has had on the airshow business, we took a hard look at the growing and evolving safety culture of the airshow industry and finally, we asked individual performers and acts about the pilots and performances that provided inspiration to today's airshow superstars. Produced at the 2008 ICAS Convention just before the end of the year, we were pleased to be able to tackle such important subjects as the industry made ready to start another year... and were impressed (as usual) to see that the industry continues to make progress on a number of fronts -- especially in terms of safety. ICAS tells us that Airshows draw large numbers of demographically attractive spectators - a well-educated, affluent group of men, women and children of all ages. More than 70 percent of the audience at an air show has had some college education. Three quarters report household income of $35,000 or more. The average spectator is just under 39 years of age, but more than 53 percent of spectators are between 30 and 50. Safety has always been a major airshow concern but a series of unrelated accidents, in the 2007 airshow season, to too many performers brought the topic to the forefront of discussion at most ICAS or airshow-related get-togethers. ICAS notes that Airshows offer a consistently and historically safe environment for millions of spectators each year. Since current rules were implemented nearly 50 years ago, there has not been a single spectator fatality at a North American show – an enviable safety record for any business. But... they're not satisfied to leave it that. A 'small working group' of ICAS members met last year in Dallas to begin work on a new Safety Management System for the air show industry that was to serve as an important tool in improving air show safety. Using existing safety management systems as models, ICAS members discussed the changes and accommodations needed to effectively adapt the work already done in other segments of the aviation industry to the particular needs and circumstances of the air show community. So far, it seems that the efforts are succeeding. Conceived as part of the larger ICAS initiative to change the culture of air show safety, the product of this effort is intended to document processes and procedures that our industry can use to manage risk, report incidents and accidents, participate more actively in accident investigations, identify trends, communicate the results of these investigations to members, and reduce the number of accidents in the air show community. So... On To Part Three Of Aero-TV's Conversation With The 2009 Airshow Industry. FMI: www.icashq****, www.aero-tv****, www.youtube****/aerotvnetwork, *******twitter****/AeroNews Copyright 2009, Aero-News Network, Inc., ALL Rights Reserved.
23 Jan 2009
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www.2santabarbara**** is the place for the affluent buyer looking for Santa Barbara luxury real estate. We have a no registration required policy that allows you, the shopper, complete access to all available listings in Santa Barbara.
27 Jan 2009
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It's The Airshow Announcer That Sets The Tone For An Entire Airshow Quick... name one of the most visible (if not audible) members of an average airshow. The pilots? The Volunteers? The Concessioners? Well, how about the Announcer? Without stirring and rapid-fire narrative, even the most exciting airshow can fall flat on its posterior... So, its up to folks like the ever-so-bashful (NOT) Ric Peterson to make sure that airshow attendees are informed, educated and entertained with solid knowledge and narratives befitting the exciting world of airshow flying. ANN chatted up one of the more intriguing members of the airshow announcing community, a guy whose "day job" consists of his being a radio and television on-air talent in Montreal, Canada...but whose passion brings him to airshows all over North America. Ric brings tremendous presence to the craft of airshow narration... with 29 years ground experience as a broadcaster, 25 years as an Air Show Announcer at over 100 events, and experience as the host and writer for several television documentaries on the history of aviation. Ric has also served as a Track Announcer Formula 1 Grand Prix du Canada and a Track Announcer for Molson Indy Montreal and Canadian NASCAR events. The business needs this kind of expertise at each and every show. ICAS tells us that Airshows draw large numbers of demographically attractive spectators - a well-educated, affluent group of men, women and children of all ages. More than 70 percent of the audience at an air show has had some college education. Three quarters report household income of $35,000 or more. The average spectator is just under 39 years of age, but more than 53 percent of spectators are between 30 and 50. ICAS notes that Airshows offer a consistently and historically safe environment for millions of spectators each year. Since current rules were implemented nearly 50 years ago, there has not been a single spectator fatality at a North American show – an enviable safety record for any business. Let's Get The Straight Skinny On Airshow Announcing With Ric Peterson and Aero-TV! FMI: www.airshows.aero/OrgProfile/2152, www.icashq****, www.nwcas****/2009peterson.htm, www.aero-tv****, www.youtube****/aerotvnetwork, *******twitter****/AeroNews Copyright 2009, Aero-News Network, Inc., ALL Rights Reserved.
20 Feb 2009
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You know the old saying, you cant be too rich or too thin. It used to be that only the affluent could afford personal trainers and chefs to help them get in shape. But with the availability of free fitness workout plans anyone can have the chance to get into shape and start loving life and the way they look again. *******www.videofitness****
10 Mar 2009
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Foster City is an affluent planned city located in San Mateo County, California. Foster City boasts 19 parks occupying more than 100 acres, World Class Windsurfing, A Golf course and driving range, Dragon Boating, Teen Activities Center, Public Amphitheatre, etc.
27 Mar 2009
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Physica fitness is not any more limited to the domains of the athletes or the affluent cles. With growth of the internet and availability of free exercise videos, everybody can now afford to watch and practice the exercise regimes as instructed through these videos. This helps them not only stay fit but also releaves them the daily stress. *******www.pole-dance-fitness****
28 Mar 2009
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" Après la conquête et le pillage du royaume inca par les espagnols, les indiens, misérablement opprimés, inventèrent la légende d'un royaume doré, "Eldorado". On situait ce royaume dans les impénétrables tourbières des affluents de l'Amazone. Vers la fin de l'année 1560, une importante expédition d'aventuriers espagnols quitta les sierras péruviennes, sous la conduite de Gonzalo Pizarro. Le seul document, témoin de cette expédition disparue, est le journal d'un moine, Gaspar de Carvajal. " (Images et son copyright et propriétés de leurs auteurs, clip juste pour divertissement). After the conquest and looting of the Inca kingdom by the Spanishs, Indians, miserably oppressed, invented the legend of a golden kingdom, "Eldorado". Located on the kingdom impenetrable bogs in the tributaries of the Amazon. Towards the end of 1560, a large shipment of Spanish adventurers left the Peruvian sierra, led by Gonzalo Pizarro. The only document, a witness to the expedition disappeared, is the journal of a monk, Gaspar de Carvajal. " (Pictures & music copyright and properties of authors, clip just for entertainment).
21 Apr 2009
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Learn more about the importance of fresh drinking water and MMS at *******www.mmshealthy4life****/ Do you know how much fresh water is available on our planet currently? It may be less than you think how about enough fresh water to fill the United States all over to a depth of 90 miles. Yes, thats a lot of water but whats the catch? Well, virtually all of it is locked up solid within glaciers and icecaps. In reality, 97% of all water is salty and undrinkable. Six of the worlds countries contain more than 50% of our drinkable water, meaning Much of the planet is in dire need of clean potable water. Almost one third of the worlds population live in water stressed countries. Even though fresh water is often available, the problem is that its mostly contaminated with nasties such as E-Coli, Cyanobacteria, Guardia, and other pathogens. Well, in the western world, municipal water is only drinkable as a result of being Treated, and more often than not the chlorine dioxide compound is used. This may be fine for affluent western nations, but what do you do if you are traveling in a poorer nation, or have the misfortune of living in such a country? Luckily, chlorine dioxide can be taken anywhere one goes, or if a resident of a poor Nation, Jim Humbles Miracle Mineral Supplement will render polluted water Drinkable for a good part of a year for no more than 5 cents per day. It has been shown to kill virtually all parasites, viruses, bacterial contaminants, and Any other pathogenic stressor that may be found within water even Anthrax! If you are thinking of travelling to a country known for its poor water quality, or Know of someone whose internal waters are polluted with the above mentioned Pathogens, then the Miracle Mineral Supplement may be the answer! Learn more about the importance of fresh drinking water and MMS at *******www.mmshealthy4life****/
19 Jun 2009
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Trecento pagine redatte dal dipartimento di Biologia dell' Università di Tor Vergata, per conoscere lo stato di salute dei nostri fiumi. E' la 'Carta ittica' della Provincia di roma, che fotografa la realtà degli ecosistemi fluviali. Si scopre così che la parte alta del fiume Aniene ed il suo affluente, il Simbrivio, rappresentano uno degli ecosistemi conservati meglio. E a proposito di pesci, sono circa trenta le specie che nuotano nei fiumi della provincia, alcune delle quali, come l'anguilla, in serio pericolo d'estinsione a causa della presenza di argini artificiali e sbarramenti che, come succede per il Tevere, impediscono il deflusso naturale dell'acqua.
22 Jun 2009
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Medical tourists from remote international destinations are getting weight loss with bariatric surgery in India. Indian doctors provide timely medical appointment with a less cost thats why Mr Forie a South African native came with his wife Lizl to get her weight reduction benefit with bariatric surgery at Mumbai in India by laparoscopic gastric bypass procedure. Mr Forie told that surgeons in western countries were demanding a long waiting time to get medical appointment more over after checking from reliable resources they found that the cost budget of getting medical treatment in India was far less expensive as compared to America and Europe. Mr Forie availed the services of medical tourism in India for his wife Lizls bariatric surgery in India and gradually Lizl has now got the best surgical outcome and this South African couple is now happy with their medical trip to India. Bariatric surgery is a term derived from the Greek words: weight and treatment. In simple terms, bariatrics concerns the causes, prevention and treatment of severe overweight, a condition known as obesity. Bariatric operations are major gastrointestinal procedures which alter the capacity and/or the anatomy of the digestive system. Some bariatric procedures are performed using general anesthesia via a midline abdominal incision. Some bariatric surgeons also use laparoscopic surgical techniques, involving smaller instruments connected to cameras through which they view the operational site. Now India is providing advanced medical care provisions to international medical travelers and patients to get an affordable price bariatric surgery in India at the best cost at lucrative weight loss surgery centers of Delhi and Mumbai. Medical treatment coupled with medical tourism in India has depicted a massive growth in infrastructure in the private and voluntary sector. The private sector, healthcare sector in India which was very unpretentious in the early stages, has now become an affluent industry prepared with the most modern state-of-the-art technology at its disposal and is now providing high international quality medical care services to patients from destinations like USA, Europe, South Africa and entire Asia at a less cost budget. You may get more details about less cost bariatric surgery in India at www.forerunnershealthcare**** or mail at enquiryforerunnershealthcare****
7 Jul 2009
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*******www.youtube****/view_play_list?p=448AA2CE3B29BBFB *******www.squidoo****/lensmaster/new_workshop/turkeytravelguidereviews Turkey is one of the world’s top ten tourist destinations, and has over 23 million tourists each year. Turkey is a sociable and affluent country in which to spend your entire vacation.
18 Jul 2009
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AMLI At Lowry 8155 Fairmount Drive Denver CO 80230 (303)366-4400 *******www.amli****/lowryestates Love life. Enjoy luxury living in an inviting, beautifully landscaped community perfectly situated in an affluent neighborhood of the Lowry Urban Redevelopment area. Conveniently located near an abundance of dining, shopping and recreation, our well-appointed apartment homes and incomparable amenities will enhance your lifestyle. You'll love life here!
29 Jul 2009
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pillarwm****. Helping affluent families in San Francisco with financial services such as; retirement and inheritance, financial planning, wealth, asset management, & Wealth preservation.
12 Sep 2009
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pillarwm****. Helping affluent families in Berkeley with financial services such as; retirement and inheritance, financial planning, personal finance, wealth, asset management, & Wealth preservation.
12 Sep 2009
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pillarwm****. Helping affluent families in Orinda with financial services such as; retirement and inheritance, financial planning, personal finance, wealth, asset management, & Wealth preservation.
12 Sep 2009
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