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Can you imagine racking up a 4-million-dollar internet bill and then not paying it? Or what about being hijacked by pirates? These all happened to someone somewhere. We’ve the stories and more coming up next. Welcome to Get-the-Daily-dot-com. I’m Dana Ward here with your news update. Due to some big-time mixups, the Navajo nation – which spans 4 U-S states – may lose its internet service today. It seems in a tribal audit of last year’s spending, the internet provider allegedly overbilled the tribe 2-times the correct amount. That means 4-million instead of 2-million. This caused the universal administrator to withhold half of the payment from the provider. Of course, the internet provider says it will shut down service if payment is not received. The administrator maintains that the questioned 2-point-1-million-dollars will not be paid until the billing is straightened out. Over the weekend, pirates hijacked a luxury cruise ship off the eastern coastline of Africa. According to C-N-N, the 2-hundred-88-foot ship did not have any passengers aboard, as it was returning to port with about 30 crew members. The hostages reportedly have been provided with food as well as washing opportunities. However, France’s Prime Minister said that while he wants to avoid force in freeing the hostages, he is not ruling out any options, including paying ransom. The U-S Navy has been patrolling the waters off Somalia to help decrease piracy, as the country’s government does not have the money or resources to do it itself. An international piracy tracking association estimates in its annual report that global pirate attacks increased 10-percent last year, which was the first rise in 3-years. And a mass chain email is circulating the internet asking readers to boycott filling up their gas tanks as specific company stations. The email says that if everyone receiving the chain stops going to Exxon and Mobil stations for the rest of the year… gas prices will plummet down to the 2-dollar range. This email also recommends forwarding the message to at least 10-people and then calculates exactly how it can potentially reach up to 300-million people. Sounds like a good idea when gas prices hit an all-time-high this weekend. However, some internet sites are claiming this ‘brilliant idea’ is simply an email hoax. Record high gas prices are not – climbing 5-cents over the last 2-weeks. That’s your news update for now. I’m Dana Ward. Thanks for watching Get-the-Daily-dot-com. Check back tomorrow for more updates.
8 Apr 2008
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This is one of my favourite death scenes. Music: The Demise of Barbara and the Return of Joe by Ennio Morricone from the film Navajo Joe.
8 Oct 2008
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*******www.sedona.tv/sedona-az-restaurants/sedona-arizona-restaurants.htm From casual local fare to world-class fine dining, Sedona's restaurant scene offers nearly 100 different restaurants with everything from elegant 5-diamond resort dining, to fun, casual eateries. Distinct local Southwestern flavors and excellent local wines are offered at many of our Sedona restaurants. How would you like to go home and tell your friends you ate Rattlesnake and Prickly Pear Cactus in Sedona? A variety of authentic Mexican and Southwestern restaurants offer unique gourmet options like Arizona Rattlesnake Bruschetta paired with a fuchsia-colored Prickly Pear Margarita to quench your thirst. Try a Navajo Pizza, tasty tacos, burritos or some sizzling hot fajitas. And don't forget our world-famous Peach Cobbler that Kathy Lee Gifford and Regis Philbin discovered right here in Sedona!
18 Apr 2009
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Video meiner USA-Reise 2004 Es gibt Schluchten auf dieser Erde die tiefer oder enger sind - so grandios wie der Grand Canyon, so ehrfurchtgebietend, so faszinierend und so berühmt ist keine zweite. Im Nordwesten Arizonas gelegen, besteht der Grand Canyon aus einer 1800 Meter tiefen Schlucht, die eine Breite von bis zu 30 Kilometern erreicht und sich über rund 450 Kilometer Länge durch das bewaldete Kaibabplateau zieht. Geologen schätzen, daß sich das Gebiet in den vergangenen vierzig bis fünfzig Millionen Jahren herausgebildet hat. Für die europäischen Eroberer war der Canyon jahrhundertelang unbezwingbares Niemandsland. Erst 1869 erforschte Major John Wesley Powell auf einer legendären Befahrung des Colorado das Innere der großen Schlucht. Das Monument Valley ist ein Tal an der südlichen Grenze des US-Bundesstaates Utah zu Arizona. Es liegt innerhalb der Navajo Nation Reservation in der Nähe der Ortschaft Mexican Hat in Utah, wird von den Diné verwaltet und ist daher kein Nationalpark. Das Monument Valley besteht aus gewaltigen Tafelbergen aus Sandstein, die bis zu 300 m hoch über die Hochebene des Colorado Plateaus ragen. Die rötliche Farbe der Felsen kommt von dem im Stein enthaltenen Eisenoxid. Besonders stimmungsvoll wirkt der rotglühende Sandstein in der Abendsonne oder wenn sich die Silhouette der Felstürme bei Sonnenaufgang gegen den sich aufhellenden Himmel abzeichnet. Mehr Bilder und Videos dieser und anderer Reisen gibt es auf meiner Homepage: *******www.andre-f****
24 Nov 2009
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In Where The Ground Is Even: A Christmas In The Arizona High Country, readers join a band of uniquely diverse sojourners, each with his own agenda, who converge on the small town of Flagstaff, Arizona, in the days before Christmas of 1881. Three Navajos ride from the east toward a white man's world of which they are suspicious. Two carefree but pining sheepherders walk through heavy snow from the west. A young family, the man wounded and the woman full with child, move north desperately ahead of a rage-filled cattleman and his men. A young, rakish deputy sheriff rides up from the southwest in pursuit of a wanted man. All converge at the foot of the San Francisco Mountains where their lives become forever intertwined. Armour was born in New Orleans and grew up in Texas. He has worked on several ranches in the trans-Pecos region of western Texas and spent time in the saddle on five continents, more than enough time in the saddle in wild country to realize the majesty of God, the temporality of human endeavor, the triviality of pomp and circumstance, the futility of greed, and the remarkable behavioral semblance of mankind and sheep. Armour welcomes the opportunity to make appearances for book signings and radio interviews and may be reached through Innovo Publishing at infoinnovopublishing****
12 Jun 2010
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In Where The Ground Is Even: A Christmas In The Arizona High Country, readers join a band of uniquely diverse sojourners, each with his own agenda, who converge on the small town of Flagstaff, Arizona, in the days before Christmas of 1881. Three Navajos ride from the east toward a white man's world of which they are suspicious. Two carefree but pining sheepherders walk through heavy snow from the west. A young family, the man wounded and the woman full with child, move north desperately ahead of a rage-filled cattleman and his men. A young, rakish deputy sheriff rides up from the southwest in pursuit of a wanted man. All converge at the foot of the San Francisco Mountains where their lives become forever intertwined. Armour was born in New Orleans and grew up in Texas. He has worked on several ranches in the trans-Pecos region of western Texas and spent time in the saddle on five continents, more than enough time in the saddle in wild country to realize the majesty of God, the temporality of human endeavor, the triviality of pomp and circumstance, the futility of greed, and the remarkable behavioral semblance of mankind and sheep. Armour welcomes the opportunity to make appearances for book signings and radio interviews and may be reached through Innovo Publishing at infoinnovopublishing****
14 Jun 2010
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*******ourvideosite****/View/V2309 *******LifetreeAdventures**** Lifetree Adventures! Imagine walking among biblical ruins and helping bring in a harvest to feed hungry Israeli children. Or, imagine stepping onto an Amazon riverboat (your home away from home), cruising up the Ucayali River and stopping at an Indian village to help build their church. You'll discover that these (and all other) Lifetree Adventure experiences are perfect for Christians of all denominations. And when it comes to service, no special skills are needed - all you need is a willing heart. So, if you have a sense of adventure, the desire to experience exotic places on the globe and you want to do something really good for God's people, join us on a Christian travel adventure. At last, a Christian vacation where you'll not only see God's world, but experience God working in it through you! Lifetree Adventure's Christian travel destinations currently include: Alaska, Australia, Costa Rica, Ecuador, Egypt, Guatemala, Israel, Mazatlan, Navajo Nation, Peru, Tanzania, Uganda, and Vanuatu. Arrange your adventure with *******LifetreeAdventures**** Lifetree Adventures!
9 Dec 2010
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In At Nodder Butte, John Mogan brings readers to a world where science and the supernatural blend together… Robin, a recent graduate of geography, starts working for the National Weather Service along with a Native American climatologist. Using the science of her work and other ways she had never imagined, she learns to observe desert life and experience firsthand its strangeness and mystery. Her co-worker turns out to be a Navajo seer who has refused to accept his gift. The novel explores the consequences of his refusal and its effects on Robin. Let the rich storytelling and captivating characters ensnare you in the intriguing pages of this book.
27 Aug 2011
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*******commercial-kitchen-rental-portable**** Portable Commercial Kitchen for Rental Company follow the same health codes as long-lasting dining facilities? Visit us at *******commercial-kitchen-rental-portable**** and call us 1-800-205-6106. In a Temporary dinning facility a Food Service administrator designated in the Mobile Kitchen facility is accountable for the total food service of the whole facility. When leasing or leasing a temporary facility they need to consider all the food safety functions first. Mobile Freezers Rental units are brought in to keep food at a temperature level of 0 degrees Fahrenheit or below and fridges need to be 41 degrees Fahrenheit or below. Thermometers should be put in the hottest location of the fridge and fridge to guarantee correct temperature level. Short-term Kitchen Facilities are self-contained and fulfill all the refrigeration storage requirements. Shiprock, Waterflow, Sanostee, Abiquiu, Alcalde, Amalia, Arroyo Hondo, Arroyo Seco, Canjilon, Canones, Cebolla, Cerro, Chamisal, Chimayo, Costilla, Taos Ski Valley, Dulce, El Prado, El Rito, Embudo, Espanola, Glorieta, Hernandez, Ilfeld, La Madera, Lamy, Los Alamos, Medanales, Ojo Caliente, Los Ojos, Penasco, Petaca, Questa, Ranchos De Taos, Red River, Ribera, San Cristobal, Ohkay Owingeh, Santa Cruz, Serafina, Taos, Tererro, Tesuque, Tierra Amarilla, Trampas, Tres Piedras, Truchas, Vadito, Valdez, Vallecitos. Emergency food service administrators have numerous responsibilities. Instance, food must be prepared and served with the minimal manual contact, with ideal utensils, and on areas that have actually been cleaned, rinsed, and sanitized prior to use to prevent cross-contamination. Pueblo Of Acoma, Moriarty, Mountainair, Nageezi, New Laguna, Paguate, Pena Blanca, Peralta, Placitas, Ponderosa, Prewitt, Sandia Park, Corrales, San Fidel, San Rafael, Santo Domingo Pueblo, San Ysidro, Tijeras, Tome, Torreon, Veguita, Bosque Farms, Clines Corners, Cochiti Pueblo, Cochiti Lake, Albuquerque, Kirtland Afb, Rio Rancho, Gallup, Brimhall, Church Rock, Continental Divide, Crownpoint, Fence Lake, Fort Wingate, Gamerco, Mentmore, Mexican Springs, Thoreau, Tohatchi, Vanderwagen, Navajo, Pinehill, Sheep Springs, Smith Lake, Yatahey, Aztec, Flora Vista, Kirtland, Navajo Dam. Mobile Kitchen Facilities should prepare food in accordance with developed food preparation practices and safety methods. The Leasing of short-term facilities does not make the policies any softer.
7 May 2013
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"Where there is disharmony in the world, death follows." [ Ancient Navajo saying ]
10 Nov 2016
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