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December 3rd 2013

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Yesterday’s News Postman on Scooter knocks down elderly lady Police got a call that a person got knocked down by a vehicle in front of the burring ground in town. The elderly lady crossed the street without paying attention that the postman was coming and no matter how much the driver tried not to hit he could not help but to hit into her. both were wounded and was transported to the hospital.

Container fell of a truck At the crossing in the area of Piedra Plat a truck from Johnsons Enterprises when the truck was going to make a turn the container filled with garbage fell off into the street, luckily there was no on coming traffic.No one got hurt. The reason for this is under investigation

Tourist falls off bike off roading Behind the lighthouse a passerby saw a red 4 wheeler in the bushes and ran to help the person. This tourist lost control and got hurt as he fell real hard. Ambulance went with the victim to the hospital.

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9 Tips to keep your cellphone working it’s best. 1. Weak signals kill your battery. Phones use more power when they're trying to access a weak network signal. In fact, just leaving your phone on in area with little or no signal can completely drain your battery in a handful of hours—even if you never touch your phone. And avoid stashing the phone in a crowded purse or briefcase or inside a lower desk drawer: It can be harder for a phone to get a signal in those places. 2. Smart phones need a fresh (re)start. With Facebook, Twitter, and so many other compelling apps to keep you glued to you cell-phone screen, you may be tempted never to turn your phone off. But smart phones, which are actually full-fledged computers, need to be restarted every one or two days to purge memory reserved by programs no longer running and to correct various other glitches that can hinder performance. 3. Smart phones get slower with age. Operating systems are designed and updated for the newest smart phones, with their faster processors, expanded memory, larger displays, and improved cameras. Accepting over-the-air updates to your OS and apps helps stave off obsolescence. But within a few years, your phone could struggle to muster the processing power, memory, or features it needs to make the most of new apps or an upgraded operating system—if it can handle them at all. 4. Video kills your data allowance. It's easy to burn through the 2-gigabyte monthly allowance of typical data plans. For example, a single HD movie could eat up 700 megabytes of data—or more than a third of that 2gigabyte budget. Other data drainers include streaming music and playing connected games online. Try to use your phone's Wi-Fi connection instead of the data connections when you're doing these things. 5. Skip screen protectors. Many of today's touch screens already come with a protective layer of Gorilla Glass or other hardened material that make scratching them nearly impossible. Some screen protectors reduce glare, but they can also make your display less responsive and harder to see in other ways. And screen protectors, even when properly installed, often develop unsightly air bubbles and annoying scratches of their own. 6. A weak case for cases. Today's smart-phone bodies often include Kevlar, carbon fiber, or other hardened materials that are quite tough. Aftermarket cases may offer a bit of extra protection, but they'll often hinder access or slow the responsiveness of the phone's screen, buttons, and ports that you access frequently. 7. Phone camera zoom lenses really aren't. Unlike standalone cameras, cell phones don't have optical zoom lenses. Instead they come with digital zoom, which enlarges pixels and actually reduces image detail as you zoom in. For those close-up shots, we recommend you move in closer. Also consider trying small, affordable add-on lenses that fit over a smart phone's own tiny lens. They let you get in closer to the action or shoot a wide-angle or fish-eye photo without reducing image quality. (See our story "Get real-camera effects with smart-phone lenses" for reviews of some of these add-on lenses.) 8. Think twice about insurance and extended warranties. It can easily cost $500 to $600 to replace a smart phone. But a recent survey conducted by Consumer Reports found that only 15 percent of those polled bought a new phone because the old one broke, and only 2 percent bought one because their phone was lost or stolen. And the warranties themselves are no bargain: Plans cost $5 to $9 a month and come with a deductible of between $50 to $150. What's more, you might be entitled only to a repaired, refurbished phone rather than a new one. Here's a better idea: Keep your old phone until the new handset's contract ends. 9. Prepaid carriers are great place for smart phones. The phones offered with prepaid plans used to be just the basics. But some prepaid carriers now offer smart phones. The Samsung Galaxy S III is even available from Metro PCS and the Apple iPhone 5 is available from another prepaid company. What's more, two-thirds of Consumer Reports subscribers who switched to prepaid knocked off $20 or more off their monthly bill. Even though you have to pay full price for the phone, you'll save in the long run. 3


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Sports What's $100 million between friends? Star second baseman Robinson Cano's camp presented a $260-million request of the Yankees at their recent meeting, leaving the sides with a sizable gap of about $100 million that couldn't reasonably be expected to be bridged anytime soon. The Yankees are believed to have officially offered Cano about $160 million, though it is expected they'll go to at least $170 million, which would at least bring the difference between the parties to something below $100 million. The Yankees also have a two-year offer out to free-agent outfielder Carlos Beltran to be their right fielder. However, it appears the team is starting to talk more with other prime free agents such as outfielders Jacoby Ellsbury, Shin-Soo Choo, Stephen Drew, Omar Infante and others.

Of course, Ohio State had more riding on Alabama-Auburn than most, and the result has certainly changed their outlook -- at least on the outside? Internal discussion about Ohio State's enhanced involvement in the BCS Championship Game conversation will not last 15 minutes. In fact, [Urban Meyer] said he would spend "six or eight seconds" talking with the team about the Buckeyes' ranking. Ohio State moved up to No. 2 in the BCS rankings, with a slight lead over No. 3 Auburn. Instead, Meyer wants all of his players' focus directed at Michigan State, the Buckeyes' adversary for Saturday's conference title game in Indianapolis. "No conversation about it, no social networking about it," Meyer said. "Our focus is on this game and that's it. It'd be a disservice to our players if I went and worried about it."

How quickly times change. Within a two-month span, Lakers coach Mike D'Antoni has viewed Nick Young as a a streaky shooter and inconsistent defender to a candidate for the NBA's Sixth Man of the Year award. "He should. If we can get our record [good]," D'Antoni said. "That's going to be the product of the team. He's playing well enough. But if we surprise people, get in the playoffs and do really well, yeah, he'll have a really good chance at it." Ever since D'Antoni demoted him as a starting small forward to a reserve, Young has jokingly touted himself as a sixth man of the year candidate. Young has backed up those words said in jest with his play. Young has averaged 16.5 points on 47.4 percent shooting in 27.1 minutes through 11 games as a reserve.

After watching the Penguins take care of the Panthers over the weekend, injured goaltender Tomas Vokoun visited his teammates. Vokoun hopes he is wearing a uniform, not a suit and tie, when he visits the Penguins next. Out since September after having surgery for a blood clot, Vokoun remains unable to play hockey but hasn't dismissed the idea of playing this season. "I feel great," Vokoun said. "Don't have any health issues. I'm still taking the (blood thinners)." Vokoun was given a three-to-six-month timetable for a possible return. And while the 37-yearold acknowledged that retirement is possible -- this is the second time Vokoun has dealt with blood-clot issues, the other time occurring when he played with Nashville in 2006 -- he hasn't given up hope of rejoining the Penguins.

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Caibbean Popcorn Shrip After just one bite of Popeye’s popcorn shrimp many years ago I knew I had to find my own version of making this delicious snack. I needed something where I would control the ingredients used and as an Arubian, I knew it had to reflect our love for seafood and passion for rich flavors. But don’t take my word for it, give the recipe a test drive! You’ll Need… 3 cups vegetable oil for frying 1 cup all-purpose flour 1 egg 1/2 cup milk 1 cup dry bread crumbs (see note below) 1 tablespoon Caribbean green seasoning 1/4 scotch bonnet pepper (chopped finely) 1 clove garlic (crushed) pinch teaspoon salt 1/4 teaspoon black pepper 1 lb medium shrimp, peeled and deveined Note: I like using crushed salted crackers instead of the bread crumbs.

Peel, devein and wash the shrimp .Then season with the Caribbean Green Seasoning, salt, crushed garlic, black pepper and finely chopped scotch bonnet pepper. Allow this to marinate for 10 minutes. As the shrimp marinates, prepare the breading station. In a bowl place the bread crumbs (I like using crushed salted crackers as I find the texture and airiness is much better) , in another bowl you’ll have the flour and the final bowl you’ll whisk together the milk and egg.

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Since these popcorn shrimp cooks very fast I suggest you bread all of them before you start frying. Each shrimp – dust in the flour, then the egg mixture, then roll in the bread crumbs (you may need to press them down into the bread crumbs a bit) and set aside.

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Basically all you have to do now is deep or shallow fry these until they are golden brown. With my flame on medium/high (oil hot) I gently placed each shrimp (do in 2 batches to not over-crowd the pan) and cooked them for about 2-3 minutes on each side. Fish them out and place on paper towels to try and absorb some of the excess oil.

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Serve warm with some Caribbean pepper sauce or any sort of dip you like using. (top with some chopped parsley and lemon wedges to make the dish look even more appetizing)

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There’s enough popcorn shrimp here for 5 people as a snack and the recipe can easily be doubled if needs be. One bite and you’ll never go back to Popeye’s or anywhere else that serves popcorn shrimp.

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Time to Smile

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