*******Smithwessonsecuritytx.Com/Index.HtmlToday we are discussing %U201Cdoor alarms%U201D also known as %U201Cdoor sensors%U201D for residents of Dallas Texas. Because of the fact that over 80% of break-Ins happen through a doorway, the door sensor is arguably the most important device included in any security systems. Some door or window sensors are hard-Wired to an electric circuit within the property. The system is activated when a door or window is opened %U2013 causing a break in the flow of voltage to the circuit %U2013 then causing the alarm to activate. Other door or window sensors transmit a signal wirelessly to the panel which in turn activates the alarm. The Smith & Wesson Dallas Texas Central Station Monitoring center and Dallas police are quickly notified once this occurs. The Smith & Wesson Security systems of Dallas can handle either type of door or window sensor, and are actually capable of alerting the monitoring station of precisely which door or window in particular was breached. Door Alarms, Door Sensors, Window Alarms, Window Sensors, Door Alarms, Dallas, Dallas Texas, Dallas TX
Today we are discussing “door alarms” also known as “door sensors” for residents of Houston Texas. Because of the fact that over 80% of break-ins happen through a doorway, the door sensor is arguably the most important device included in any security systems. Some door or window sensors are hard-wired to an electric circuit within the property. The system is activated when a door or window is opened – causing a break in the flow of voltage to the circuit – then causing the alarm to activate. Other door or window sensors transmit a signal wirelessly to the panel which in turn activates the alarm. The Smith & Wesson Houston Texas Central Station Monitoring center and Houston police are quickly notified once this occurs. The Smith & Wesson Security systems of Houston can handle either type of door or window sensor, and are actually capable of alerting the monitoring station of precisely which door or window in particular was breached.
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Let’s focus on “door alarms” also called “door sensors” for population of Austin Texas. 80% plus of forced entry occur through a doorway, the door sensor is definitely the primary necessary tool built-in to any security system. The system goes into motion at the time a door or window is partly open, making a break in the flow of electrical power to the circuit – then prompting the alarm to activate. Other door or window sensors give off a signal wirelessly to the panel which leads to the alarm sounding. The Smith & Wesson Austin Texas Central Station Monitoring point and Austin police are promptly notified as soon as this happens. The Smith & Wesson Security systems of Austin is absolutely capable of handling whichever sort of door or window sensor, and are able of alerting the monitoring post of which door or window was penetrated.
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Russian journalists are demanding answers - and justice - amid high-profile attacks on their very own.
Outspoken journalist Oleg Kashin, was viciously beaten outside his apartment. As of Monday, Kashin remains in an induced coma.
Al Jazeera spoke with one of Kashin’s colleagues, who says the attackers were motivated by the reporter’s work.
“As far as I can judge, Oleg had his jaw fractured and his fingers and legs broken. I think someone was trying to warn him that he shouldn’t walk, shouldn’t talk, and shouldn’t speak. I think it’s connected with his professional activity--nothing else.”
Keshin reported on a wide range of controversial subjects, from pro-Kremlin youth groups to a disputed forest highway project. Just two days later, reporter Anatoly Adamchuk was attacked and robbed outside his office.
The Christian Science Monitor has a translated editorial from Russian newspaper Novaya Gazeta-- which says the attacks are an attempt to suppress dissent against the government.
"The goal is to intimidate everything that lives, breathes, and moves without [Kremlin] permission ... They want to put society into an artificial coma [as Oleg Kashin is today], in order to block its ability to see, hear and make its own destiny."
The Monitor also spoke with a Russian investigative journalist who says a top level official likely ordered the attack--and that she doesn’t believe the attackers will be captured.
But the Kremlin says otherwise. President Dmitry Medvedev tweeted...
“The criminals must be punished.”
He assigned both the Prosecutor General and the Interior Ministry to the case. Here’s RT:
Markin: “Our investigators are studying his articles, and his online postings in a search for possible motives for the assault.”
Prosecutor General: “Journalists’ work is so risky, the state should pay better attention to their professional activity. Some say those responsible for the attack will never be found. They will be found. I have no doubt about that.”
And a writer for the Moscow News, who personally knows Kashin, says Mr. Medvedev’s quick response is a step in the right direction--but it remains to be seen whether he’ll carry through.
“The usual practice before President Dmitry Medvedev spoke up was for the Kremlin to merely ignore the attacks... Medvedev’s reaction has demonstrated that the government does indeed want the attacks to stop. It just hasn’t demonstrated yet that it can make that happen.”
Finally, a writer for Forbes--of which Kashin is a contributor--says Russia needs its dissenting voices.
“The beatings and killings haven’t been enough to frighten off my friends in Moscow, and I don’t think they will be... But imagine what Russia could become if it weren’t the kind of place where brave, honest, curious young people have to worry that using their extravagant talents to help their country grow up will get them murdered?”
Forbes reports Kashin underwent two successful surgeries, and is showing signs of recovery.
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Buh-bye Joe Camel, hellooo Mary Jane. The kids are smokin’ pot. A new survey released Tuesday sheds some light on teen drug use and found that high schoolers are, in fact, doing just that.
“A disturbing new report shows the use of illicit drugs like heroin and cocaine are up in America’s teenagers. The National Institutes of Health released its annual report on teen drug use or abuse. The Monitoring the Future survey found marijuana use up among 8th graders from 14.5 percent to 16 percent.” (WOAI)
But some in the media say it’s more of a trade-off. Less nicotine, more cannabis.
“More high school seniors use marijuana than smoke cigarettes, according to a new survey. In fact, marijuana use surged for 8th, 10th, and 12th graders. Many teenagers consider pot not risky.”
On PBS’s News Hour, the director of the White House's Office of Drug Control Policy says state and national efforts to legalize and decriminalize it have taken the edge off pot’s reputation.
“But also troubling is across the board, they really perceive the risk or the harms of drugs--marijuana--less, and I think that it is a perfect, bad storm.”
But TIME Magazine says you can’t roll up the issue that easily. How are teens supposed to stay away from the green when their high-achieving buds and the past three presidents admit to lighting up?
“The truth, of course, is far more complex... The public policy goal should be to educate kids about the real risks, and the legitimate rationales and consequences behind parental expectations.”
The University of Michigan researcher who ran the survey said she saw through the smoke. The debate about medical marijuana has caused teens to think it’s beneficial and not detrimental.
“This is something we saw coming and we think will keep coming.”
TIME points out, though marijuana use has been increasing, today’s rates are nowhere near those in decades past. This year, 4 percent fewer high school seniors passed the peace pipe on a daily basis compared to their late 1970s counterparts.
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“Summer Infant of Woonsocket is voluntarily recalling nearly two million of its baby monitors after two infants were strangled to death.” (WPRI)
It’s always sad to report on death--but even more so when it’s an infant. Pennsylvania’s ABC-affiliate WHTM says......the recall is “...linked to the death of a 10-month-old Washington, D.C. girl last March and a six-month-old South Carolina boy in November.
In both cases, the monitors had been placed on or near the cribs.”
The Consumer Product Safety Commission is recalling two different Summer Infant monitor products-- some due to the attached electrical cord and others for the rechargeable batteries.
CPSC reports: “...the cords can present a strangulation hazard to infants and toddlers if placed too close to a crib. Because of this serious strangulation risk, parents and caregivers should never place these and other corded cameras within three feet of a crib.”
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This “product was sold for about $200 only at Babies ‘R’ Us between September 2009 and May 2010”
Bloomberg Businessweek says Summer Infant products sold from January 2003 to February 2011 will receive new warning labels and instructions...
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Hosni Mubarak is gone -- but the clashes in Egypt continue. This time, the rift between Coptic Christians and Muslims fuels the unrest in Cairo. The New York Times reports...
“The clashes that started Tuesday night were the most serious since Egypt’s revolution … The dead included six Christians and five Muslims … all killed by gunshots. … the fighting … prompted the closing of a major Cairo highway and a wave of arson...”
The latest outbreak isn’t the first time Egyptian Christians have faced violence – The Christian Science Monitor points out- this is a group that feels targeted by the government.
“Egypt's revolution put the issue of how to protect its beleaguered Coptic Christian population on the back burner. But a fatal clash Tuesday between Muslims and Copts in Cairo has turned attention once again to religious tensions.”
The Monitor adds- Copts are one of the bigger minorities in Egypt and often complain of government discrimination and persecution in a country where Muslims are the majority. (Video: euronews)
And even though the latest clash was between Copts and Muslims.. Ahram Online reports many Muslims are actually supportive of Christian demands for fair treatment from the government.
“These demands have the support of many Muslim activists who are not only participating in the Coptic sit-in before the TV building, but have also called for a million-man march next Friday in solidarity with the Copts, and in defense of what they describe as the unity of the nation's fabric.”
But CBN correspondent George Thomas says the Christians in Cairo can’t trust the Muslims.
“They can’t turn to the Islamists. You know the Christians today in Egypt, let me put it to you, Mark, this way – they are an afterthought.”
“In essence you’ve got people who want to turn Egypt into an Islamic country and caught in the crossfire, of these agendas, are the poor Christians making up ten percent of the country.”
But according to Egyptian media outlet Al Masry Al Youm The Muslim Brotherhood says- it’s just a small group of extremists- incited by the remaining members of Mubarak’s regime- who are fighting with the Coptic Christians.
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Crack is whack, but it might still be a problem for Whitney Houston. The songstress announced she’s re-entered rehab- for the third time this decade. But the reason why? That’s a mystery. HLN let’s us in on what her rep’s saying:
ANCHOR: “Her rep says the singer/actress voluntarily entered the program to support her long-standing recovery process. No details about where Whitney Houston is getting treatment, though, or what triggered it.”
But people aren’t buying it. A blogger for the Frisky says that explanation’s bull.
“Here’s my hunch—this is all legalese. Whitney isn’t sayin’ she has a problem with drugs or booze, but she’s drying out—er,cleansing—from one or both and the monitor is to make sure she sticks to it. In other words, she’s (probably) on a booze and drug sabbatical!”
The Hollywood Reporter suggests we should’ve seen this coming.
“Houston, who has battled problems with drug addiction for years, declared herself clean in 2009, the same year she released a comeback album. She has since delivered a series of shotty live performances.”
As a WRC blogger notes, Houston’s rehab stay comes at a time when she probably doesn’t want any added attention.
“This announcement comes as Whitney's 18 year-daughter with singer Bobby Brown, Bobbi Kristina Brown, battles allegations she was photographed at a party doing drugs.”
Others suggest Houston’s return to rehab might have something to do with Angela Bassett’s recent announcement on The Talk.
SHARON OSBOURNE: “Now, do you have something to tell us?”
ANGELA BASSETT: “Well, it’s preliminary, but it’s gonna happen. You know, Waiting to Exhale 2.”
ANGELA BASSETT: “She’s written the screenplay.”
HOLLY ROBINSON-PEETE: “So are you in talks? I mean are we gonna get Loretta back?”
ANGELA BASSETT: “Absolutely! Loretta loves to work. Loretta, Lela, Whitney! Forrest!”
Yep, a Waiting to Exhale sequel, set to go into production later this year. As an OK Magazine writer suggests, Houston might be sobering up so she- and her fans- don’t miss out on a real comeback.
“...the return of Whitney Houston to the big screen will be well worth its wait! … [H]er return to the silver screen will be the first since the 1996 film, The Preacher’s Wife.”
Houston’s been enrolled in the program a little over a week on an out-patient basis. No word on when she’ll be out.
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