The United Nations Security Council today imposed tougher sanctions on the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (DPRK), including a tighter arms embargo, sending what Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon called a “clear and strong” message to Pyongyang following last month’s nuclear test. By unanimously adopting resolution 1874, the 15-member body condemned the 25 May nuclear test conducted in “violation and flagrant disregard” of relevant Council resolutions, particularly 1695 (2006) and 1718 (2006).It also demanded that the DPRK “not conduct any further nuclear test or any launch using ballistic missile technology.” The Council imposed a series of measures on the DPRK that include tougher inspections of cargo suspected of containing banned items related to the country’s nuclear and ballistic missile activities, a tighter arms embargo with the exception of light weapons and new financial restrictions.Mr. Ban welcomed the adoption of resolution 1874, and hoped that the DPRK and all Members States will fully comply with it.“Acting unanimously and agreeing on credible measures, the members of the Security Council have sent today a clear and strong message to the DPRK,” Mr. Ban’s spokesperson said in a statement. “The Secretary-General reiterates his conviction that all differences should be resolved in a peaceful manner through dialogue,” the statement added. In this regard, Mr. Ban called on the concerned parties to refrain from taking any measures that can exacerbate tensions in the region and to exert their best efforts to re-engage in dialogue, including through the Six-Party Talks that brings together DPRK, Republic of Korea, Japan, China, Russia and the United States.Also by today’s resolution, the Council requested the Secretary-General to establish, for an initial period of one year, a group of seven experts to assist the Committee set up to monitor the sanctions imposed on DPRK to carry out its mandate.The Council also called on all Member States to report to it within 45 days, and thereafter upon the Committee’s request, on concrete measures taken to implement key provisions of resolution 1874.It pledged to keep the DPRK’s actions under continuous review and to consider strengthening, modifying, suspending or lifting the measures in light of the country’s compliance with the Council’s resolutions. 12 June 2009The United Nations Security Council today imposed tougher sanctions on the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (DPRK), including a tighter arms embargo, sending what Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon called a “clear and strong” message to Pyongyang following last month’s nuclear test.
29 June 2009Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon is one of the world’s most confidence-inspiring political leaders, according to a new survey made public today. Mr. Ban ranked second to United States President Barack Obama in the poll by the non-governmental organization WorldPublicOpinion.org, in which nearly 20,000 people in 20 countries were surveyed.On average, his evaluations across all countries polled were positive, particularly in Asia, Africa and Western Europe.Some 90 per cent of respondents in the Republic of Korea gave the Secretary-General positive confidence scores, while in Kenya and Nigeria he polled at 70 and 69 per cent, respectively.WorldPublicOpinion.org, which conducted the poll between 4 April and 12 June of this year, is a collaborative research project bringing together research centres from around the world, and is managed by the Program on International Policy Attitudes (PIPA) at the University of Maryland.
EDMONTON — Alberta Premier Rachel Notley says a proposal to move part of the National Energy Board’s operations to Ottawa is “dumb” and she’s opposed to the idea.A federal panel on the modernization of the NEB made the proposal to move to Ottawa the board of directors, a new energy statistical agency, the government co-ordination office, and to shift electricity transmission staff to Ottawa.The panel, however, said that moving all of the NEB, which is focused on pipeline regulations, would prove too disruptive, and that other proposals in the report better address concerns around bias stemming from the office being based along with the oil and gas industry in Calgary.Proposed National Energy Board reforms will be a red-tape nightmareDismantle National Energy Board and replace it with two new agencies for regulation, growth, panel recommendsNotley says she’s seen no evidence that the NEB is biased as some commenters told the panel, and certainly not on the basis of the regulator’s geography.She says it makes sense for the regulator to be in Calgary for a full understanding of the industry they are regulating and that a move of the office makes as much sense as moving the Atlantic Opportunities Marketing Agency to Winnipeg.The report Monday proposed splitting the NEB into a regulatory body and an energy information agency, as well as extending the review time for projects and increasing engagement and consultations with First Nations and others.The Canadian Press
After running against championship-level competition at the Wisconsin Adidas Invitational on Oct. 14, the Ohio State men’s and women’s cross country teams will run for a championship this Sunday in Illinois. The Buckeyes will run at the Big Ten Championship meet on Oct. 30 at the University of Illinois. Both the men and the women are hoping to finish in the top three of a field that features ranked teams on both sides. The No. 2-ranked Wisconsin Badgers and No. 7 Indiana Hoosiers highlight the men’s field while No. 15 Michigan State is the highest-ranked women’s team appearing. “I think Wisconsin and Indiana are probably a step ahead of the rest of the conference,” said Robert Gary, OSU men’s cross country head coach. “It’s not that they can’t be beat but they’re pretty solid. I think after that, we’re really fighting for third place.” OSU women’s assistant cross country coach Chris Neal said he felt similarly. “It’s going to be a hard-fought battle,” Neal said. “I think you could be winning it or you could be seventh. While our goal is top three I think we know it is going to be a tough weekend for us.” The men will be without one of their top runners, Jake Edwards, a redshirt senior. Edwards injured his hamstring at the Notre Dame Invitational on Sep. 30 and has not been able to compete since. Gary said that with Edwards out, the key to his team performing well will be running together as a pack. He said if his team can have a 20- to 25-second spread from its first to fifth runner, a third-place finish is possible. “I mean, obviously it would be a lot easier if Jake was running but someone else is just going to have to step up. We have a number of fifth-year seniors and I’m hoping they’re up to the challenge,” he said. Getting out fast at the beginning of the race is an important factor for the women, Neal said. “If we can put ourselves in good position and be where we want to be at the start, we’ll be able to hold it together for the last part of the race,” he said. Runners on both teams are confident and said they are ready to have their best races of the season. “I think everything is kind of coming together,” said Jordan Jennewine, OSU women’s redshirt senior. “I think we’re ready to run as well as we can this weekend.” Donny Roys, OSU men’s junior, feels the men’s team is also set to finish strongly. “I think we’re right on track to get into the top three. We’re stronger then last year so we’re getting out. I think we’re right on pace right now,” Roys said. After the Big Ten Championship meet, the men and women will have one week off from competition before running at the Great Lakes Regional meet on Nov. 12.
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SOUTH DUBLIN MAYOR Dermot Looney’s decision to quit the Labour party last night has not come as a surprise to many who have listened to his criticisms of its policies in coalition over the last three years.The party has now lost 27 councillors, all of whom have directly identified the junior coalition partner’s role in government as the reason for their defection.The 31-year-old teacher, who represents the Tallaght Central area of south Dublin, had been selected to run for Labour in May’s local elections last year, but said last night he had “no distance left to run” believing the party has “kowtowed” to Fine Gael’s agenda.Prior to his resignation yesterday, Looney missed the party’s conference last November and according to his now former party colleague in Tallaght Central, Pamela Kearns, he had missed the last eight constituency council meetings as well.“This is the ideal place to raise concerns because it’s all Labour people but Dermot hasn’t been able to make any of the meetings unfortunately. We even changed our nights to try and accommodate him. So whilst I am not surprised, I don’t remember having any talks about it… which is a bit of a sad thing,” she said.The timing of Looney’s departure will puzzle some within the party given its rise in the polls, the economic improvement and the belief that almost certain losses at the local elections in the summer will not be as bad as had been feared.But there was also a sense of inevitability about it given he had always been opposed to the party going into government with Fine Gael and had frequently criticised policies and measures on his Twitter account.Kearns said: “It has been predicted to be a hard election for any Labour councillor in May and it is because people are hurting and we are all acutely aware of that, but my perspective on it is we are doing our best for the country, not for ourselves.” She also suggested that Looney’s “big personal vote” may have swayed his decision to now run as an independent in May’s elections given the unpopularity of Labour and noting his high-profile decision to use part of his salary to benefit 50 community groups.“I imagine he has a strong personal vote,” she said. “It’s not popular to be in the Labour party at the moment.”A Labour spokesperson said it is now clear “that we are making real progress” and that it’s not about personalities.“It’s not about those public representatives who have quit the party. It’s about those who have had the courage to stick with it, despite the fact that some very tough decisions have had to be made,” they said.But some within the party were less diplomatic in their response with Cork South West TD Michael McCarthy tweeting last night:Gone: South Dublin mayor resigns from Labour partyRead: The other 26 councillors who have left the Labour Party over its role in government
Ahead of their Thursday clash with CSKA Moscow in the quarter-final stage of the Europa League, Wilshere stated it is very important for them to keep their momentum and take it with themselves to the first leg with the Russian giants.The Gunners struggled for pretty much the whole game, but it was their January signing Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Alexandre Lacazette, who just returned from injury, that led their team to the eventual 3-0 win. The duo was able to net all three goals in the last 15 minutes of the game.Merson believes Arsenal should sign Sancho Manuel R. Medina – September 14, 2019 Borussia Dortmund winger Jadon Sancho might be the perfect player to play for the Gunners, according to former England international Paul Merson.“It’s a big game,” Wilshere said, according to the Daily Mail. “We needed that 90 minutes out of the way. We needed to get the three points, move on and keep the momentum going.”“We’ve won a few in a row and wanted to keep that going. Now we’ve got a big one on Thursday and we’re ready for that. Sometimes it’s like that after an international break, it takes 45 minutes to blow the cobwebs off,” the Gunner went on to add.
The need for military installations to house unaccompanied children crossing the nation’s southern border has subsided following a decline in the number of minors detained by the federal government since the beginning of the year.Facilities at Holloman Air Force Base have been placed in reserve status after the last group of children housed at the Alamogordo, N.M., installation were relocated at the end of February. No military bases are currently housing unaccompanied children, according to DOD.“No more unaccompanied children will be sent to Holloman unless needed and pending availability,” said a spokesman for the Department of Health and Human Services’ (HHS) Office of Refugee Resettlement.A surge in the number of unaccompanied children — primarily from Guatemala, Honduras and El Salvador — were caught crossing the Southwestern border last fall, but now the influx has dropped off, reported the Albuquerque Journal.“We appreciate the outpouring of support from the community of Alamogordo and the partnership of local officials,” HHS said in a written statement, reported Alamogordo Daily News. “From the beginning, the decision to use Holloman Air Force Base was situational, based on need for temporary shelter and available facilities. We are committed to utilize Department of Defense facilities only as a last resort,” the agency said.A number of bases HHS had considered for use as a temporary shelter most likely won’t be needed, including Grand Forks AFB, N.D., and Travis AFB, Calif., according to news reports. Other bases HHS considered include Maxwell-Gunter AFB (Gunter Annex), Ala.; Tyndall AFB, Fla.; Naval Support Activity Philadelphia, Pa.; and Hanscom AFB, Mass.If the flow of Central American children trying to reach the United States rises again, Holloman’s shelter could be called back into service as HHS has a yearlong agreement with DOD. Dan Cohen AUTHOR
Air India Ltd (AI) is reportedly considering a fleet expansion and may place an order for Boeing 737-Max planes.A source with knowledge on the developments revealed the news to Bloomberg. The new order, if placed, will not replace the current fleet of Boeing 737s, but add to it. Indian carries are mulling over expanding their fleet to cater to the increase in demand for air travel. The final decision is pending, said the source without elaborating on the number of planes that is likely to be ordered.Boeing 737 Max is the aircraft manufacturer’s fourth-generation model of the 737 family. The aircraft will use larger and more efficient CFM International LEAP-1B engines. They are also reportedly more fuel-efficient.The entry of Air Vistara is shaking up the full-service airline business. Air Vistara is a joint venture between Tata Sons and Singapore Airlines, which is expected to grow rapidly, expanding into new routes, cornering the business travel market with its more premium services. Scraping its low-cost carrier (LCC) business, Jet Airways has decided to continue operations as a full-service operator, even as it struggles with a significant debt load.India is witnessing a surge in air travel demand, a trend that the airline companies want to exploit, even as fuel charges continue to remain high. The low fares, which affect airlines’ profitability, is unlikely in the near future.Indigo Airlines, India’s largest airline by market share, has placed an order for 250 A320 Neo single aisle aircraft with the Airbus Group, on top of its previous order for 280 A320 aircraft.AI is expected to firm up its order with France’s Avions de Transport Regional GIE for 40 turboprop planes that are to be used by its regional unit Alliance Air, to connect smaller cities. The French company has already received five firm orders from AI, Bloomberg reports.The airline has accumulated debt of almost ₹40,000 crore and is trying to sell some of its real estate to help pare costs. Since its merger with Indian Airlines in 2007, Air India has never earned a profit.
Noted economist Wahiduddin Mahmud addresses the inaigural session of a two-day convention on the excluded communities in Sreemangal, Moulvibazar, on Thursday. — Photo: CollectedA convention of the excluded people in Sreemangal, Moulvibazar, on Thursday called for identifying unique problems of the marginalised communities with a view to bringing them to the mainstream.“Marginalised people are poor but the nature of their problems is not the same. So, they cannot be brought under mainstream development activities by taking only one project,” economist Wahiduddin Mahmud told the inaugural ceremony of the conference.He pointed out that the country’s 3-4 per cent people are excluded from the development process and without giving them fruits of development, it is not possible to attain overall national development goals.Wahiduddin Mahmud, a former finance adviser to the 1996 caretaker government, added that it is the responsibility of the government to take meaningful initiatives to ensure protection and development of the marginalised communities.More than 300 people of 60 communities have joined the convention and cultural festival that focussed on their lifestyle, standard of living, social crisis and cultural practices, according to a news release received in Dhaka.Power and Participation Research Centre (PPCR), Society for Environment and Human Development (SEHD), Christian Commission for Development in Bangladesh (CCDB) and Gram Bikash Kendra organised the two-day convention titled ‘Social, Economic, and Political Protection of Marginalised and Excluded Communities’.PPARC executive chairman Hossain Zillur Rahman said the convention is aimed at making policy recommendations so that the government can take necessary steps to improve the situation. “We want to help create such an atmosphere,” he said.Vice chancellor of Shahjalal University of Science and Technology Farid Uddin Ahmed criticised the practice of keeping marginalised groups such as tea workers poor for the sake of an industry.“We all have to work together to take the society forward and uphold the spirit of humanity,” he added.SEHD’s Phillip Gain presented the keynote at the convention which was also addressed by writer Harishanker Jaladas, former director general of Bangladesh Bureau of Statistics Abdul Wazed, and deputy commissioner of Moulvibazar Tafael Islam.
This undated handout photo provided by the Maryland Department of Public Safety and Correctional Services shows Rodriquez Purnell. A Maryland lawmaker on Tuesday called for an independent criminal investigation into the accidental release of a man awaiting trial on murder charges from a Baltimore prison. Purnell, 30, was released Friday from the Maryland Reception, Diagnostic and Classification Center in Baltimore. He was awaiting trial in the shooting death of 27-year-old Terrance Rheubottom on St. Patrick’s Day last year in Baltimore. He’s also been convicted of assaulting a corrections worker. Purnell remained free Tuesday. (AP Photo/Maryland Department of Public Safety and Correctional Services)BALTIMORE (AP) — Corrections officials say a man awaiting trial for murder who was mistakenly released from a Baltimore jail has been arrested.Mark Vernarelli, a spokesman for the Department of Public Safety and Correctional Services, said in an email that 30-year-old Rodriquez Purnell was arrested about 6 p.m. Thursday in west Baltimore.Purnell was erroneously released Oct. 17 from the Maryland Reception, Diagnostic and Classification Center in Baltimore. He was awaiting trial in the shooting death of 27-year-old Terrance Rheubottom on St. Patrick’s Day last year.Vernarelli says law enforcers and prosecutors will decide if Purnell will face charges related to his erroneous release.One corrections employee has been placed on administrative leave after Purnell’s release, which officials have blamed on a lapse in protocol.
The Grace Hotel Sydney officially launched its 10Rooms experience on Tuesday evening, with a tour of the concept rooms for media and hospitality agents. Host of ABC’s Collectors show, Claudia Chan Shaw, welcomed the guests gathered in The Grace Hotel’s Bar 77. “We at Collectors get excited by the Grace’s high internal ceilings, its original lifts and stairwells, marble floors and decorative framework,” Ms Shaw said after telling briefly of the hotel’s history. “We love the contemporary, new style of rooms which still manages to capture the essence of the 1930s Art Deco,” Ms Shaw said. The unique concept of the 10rooms is the customisability of the rooms themselves. Travellers who are “tired of the same repetitive interiors and generic layouts that scream ‘hotel’” can tailor their rooms to make their experience more memorable, a hotel release said. Guests at the 10rooms can select their own décor and style “from the sofa to the soap.” “10Rooms is unlike any other hotel concept. Each room is customised to suit the taste of the individual. 10Rooms is a personal experience especially for you,” general manager of The Grace Hotel, Philip Pratley said. “The furniture changes with the guest’s preferences. This concept of flexibility has been imported from our hotel in Kuala Lumpur, The Federal,” he said.Following the official welcome, media and function guests were invited on a tour of the 10rooms concept rooms, led by The Grace Hotel’s business development managers Christian Lackner and Joseph Selvan. The evening concluded with the launch of the 10rooms website, and a prize giveaway for attendees.The landmark Grace Building was built by the Grace Bros. retail empire and remains one of Sydney’s most prominent examples of pre-war architecture. ABC’s Collectors’ Claudia Chan Shaw and The Grace Hotel’s general manager, Philip Pratley Room 5 bed Room 3 lounge Room 6 corridor Source = e-Travel Blackboard: C.C
The American Medical Centre (AMC) announced on Thursday that it will not be not be joining the national health scheme (Gesy), and accused the health insurance organisation (HIO) of deceiving the public over the participation of private hospitals in the scheme.“The proposed health scheme is not viable, and its implementation will lead to the degrading of the quality of healthcare,” said Nicosia’s AMC spokesperson, Dr Marinos Sotiriou.Responding to HIO statements on Wednesday that a growing number of healthcare centres in the Nicosia, Limassol and Paphos districts will be joining Gesy, Sotiriou said that it gave the impression that the wheel is turning in favour of Gesy, but this is not the case.“The HIO is hopelessly attempting to feed media outlets with inaccuracies and false information regarding the intention of certain ‘clinics’ to join Gesy,” Sotiriou said. “But they are hiding the true facts, namely that some of the so-called ‘clinics’ are simply doctors’ offices which cannot provide secondary or tertiary care and do not even have hospital rooms.”The AMC will be joining the Platform of Private Healthcare, Sotiriou said, “as the aim of the centre is to continue operating autonomously and independently, offering high quality healthcare services.”On Wednesday, the HIO announced that a number of private healthcare centres would be joining Gesy as of June 1. These include Nicosia’s ‘Apostolos Loukas’ Medical Centre and European Medical Clinic, Limassol’s Mediterranean Hospital, the German Oncology Centre, and the Aimis Clinic which also has premises in Nicosia and Paphos’ Evangelismos private hospital.Reports said that two more private medical centres in Nicosia are also expected to announce their participation in Gesy soon, while a new Nicosia polyclinic is in the works, which will host a number of Gesy services such as GPs, specialist doctors and diagnostic equipment and labs.Despite increased concerns for the Larnaca and Famagusta districts where private healthcare centres have yet to express interest in participating in Gesy, the HIO said it is confident that it will reach the necessary number of specialist doctors for the first phase of Gesy. You May LikeLivestlyChip And Joanna’s $18M Mansion Is Perfect, But It’s The Backyard Everyone Is Talking AboutLivestlyUndoPopularEverythingColorado Mom Adopted Two Children, Months Later She Learned Who They Really ArePopularEverythingUndoGundry MD PrebioThrive Probiotic SupplementCardiologist: This Is What Happens To Your Body When You Eat GlutenGundry MD PrebioThrive Probiotic SupplementUndo Remand for pair in alleged property fraud (Updated)UndoPensioner dies after crash on Paphos-Polis roadUndoThree arrested in connection with hotel theftsUndoby Taboolaby Taboola
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port of entry Deputies say the saw the passengers exit the vehicle and walk toward Canada where a vehicle was waiting for them Deputies continued to follow Omoruyi who drove to a grain elevator near Northgate where he met a white sedanBorder Patrol agents later pulled over Omoruyi who had two passengers in his vehicle Okundia and Freeman-OshoOkundia "immediately stated that he was from Africa and was dropped off in a field" according to the complaint Agents did not find a record of a legal entry for Okundia or Freeman-OshoIn an interview with agents Omoruyi admitted both passengers in his car were coming from Canada but denied transporting people from Minot to the borderFreeman-Osho told agents she was driven to the border from Regina by a white woman with short hair and that she and Okundia were picked up by Victor OmoruyiVictor Omoruyi asked to speak to his wife Michelle Omoruyi Border Patrol agents learned Michelle Omoruyi had been arrested by the RCMP after picking up the nine individuals who crossed into CanadaOkundia and Freeman-Osho were both ordered to be detained before their next hearing which has yet to be setVictor Omoruyi’s initial hearing in federal court has yet to be scheduled Documents state he has has made several legal entries into the US since May 2012 He was once refused admittance to the US in February 2015 because of an expired passportMichelle Omoruyi will appear in court in Canada on May 15 where she faces one count of human smuggling and one count of conspiracy to commit human smugglingA French artist who is trying to hatch a dozen eggs with his own body heat as part of his latest art installation will likely fail and kill the unborn chickens in the process experts said Abraham Poincheval on Wednesday launched his newest performance piece in Paris called "Egg" which requires him to sit inside a glass enclosure atop a nest of 12 eggs nearly nonstop for the next month The 44-year-old artist said by showing a male figure nurturing embryos to life he "raises the question of metamorphosis and gender" according to a translation of his biography and work by the Palais de Tokyo museum which is exhibiting "Egg" But scientists say the stunt will likely doom the dozen embryos preventing them from developing into healthy and full-grown chicks Human beings have lower body temperatures than chickens and eggs that are incubated under low temperatures typically grow abnormally or die sooner according to R Michael Hulet an associate professor of animal science at Penn State University "Weve had people try incubating at very low temperatures and we had very very low incubation rates And then we usually have some abnormal developments" Hulet told TIME "Its a welfare situation You want to have ideal conditions so that those birds that hatch have the best chance at life This seems like it’s putting them in an abnormal situation" Thierry Orban—Getty Images Hulet said humans have a normal body temperature of 986 degrees Fahrenheit while a chickens body temperature is usually 104 to 105 degrees Fahrenheit Chickens also have whats known as a "brood patch" on their underside while nesting that helps them transfer body heat to their young An egg should ideally be kept at 100 degrees Fahrenheit for normal incubation which is not a task easily done by a human Researchers have previously found that embryo development is most stunted when eggs are incubated at around 98 degrees Fahrenheit compared with about 100 degrees Fahrenheit during the first week of incubation according to a 2005 study published by the US National Library of Medicine It usually takes a chicken 21 days to hatch an egg Poinchevals performance is expected to last three to four weeks according to the AFP The artist who is known for his art antics is giving himself one 30-minute break a day to get off the eggs He is also covering his body with a thick cape-like blanket as he sits on a "laying table" that has a dug-out section to prevent him from squashing the eggs It’s unclear if Poincheval has any aides to help him heat the eggs He could not be immediately reached for comment Reuters reported that he would tweak his diet to include foods that raise his body temperature The blanket he’s wrapped in is also supposed to make his body hotter The artist spoke to AFP in Paris about the visibility aspect of his latest piece “I have never been so directly exposed to the public before Usually I am inside something But every performance is a first” he said Last month the artist lived inside a block of limestone for a week in the name of art Hulet was baffled when he learned about the risky egg experiment "Ive never heard of such a thing" he said "I think that life is more important than some of those things that are called art" Contact us at editors@timecomParis Hilton may have coined the latest addition to the Washington DC lexicon In October of 2008 the then-celebrity socialite starred in a “Funny or Die” online video with Martin Sheen The 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Taking Medication May Make It Easier to Quit Smoking But even if youre not blessed with a brain thats wired to make quitting easy you still have options In another study published in the New England Journal of Medicine scientists studied one of the oldest and most reliable ways to motivate people: money In that trial Dr Scott Halpern from the University of Pennsylvania and his colleagues assigned 2538 employees of CVS Caremark to one of five different smoking cessation programs All received free access to nicotine replacement and behavioral therapy and some were also assigned to an individual reward program in which they could earn up to $800 if they remained abstinent at six months Another group was assigned another individual deposit program which was similar except they had to pay $150 to participate which they got back if they remained abstinent Others were assigned to group versions of the reward and deposit programs so that what they received depended on how many in their group quit successfully Not shockingly more people who were assigned to the reward program (90%) agreed to participate than people who were assigned to the deposit strategy (14%) likely because most people werent wiling to put their own money on the line But when Halpern looked more closely at those who did enroll the smokers in the deposit programs were twice as likely to be abstinent at six months than those in the reward group and five times as likely to be smoke-free than those who received only free counseling and nicotine replacement MORE Paying People Could Help Them Quit Smoking Thats not entirely surprising says Halpern since having some of their own money at risk provided more motivation for the smokers to quit When it comes to incentivizing smoking cessation “adding a bit of stick is better than having just a pure carrot" he says Finding the perfect balance of stick and carrot however may be more challenging Halpern believes that from the perspective of an employer insurer or 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the company of other people including Roger Sterling who tips her the $100 she mistakes as an advance payment for sex (As one does) And in “New Business”–largely dedicated to the old business of Don’s love life–when Sylvia awkwardly encounters Don in his building’s elevator she acknowledges his date But Diana is just barely real in a way that seems too blatant to be accidental While I don’t think Matthew Weiner is planning some kind of Sixth Sense shocker twist here there is something Sideways Universe about her entire relationship with Don For the most part her scenes with him are written and staged precisely as you would if she were going to be revealed as a phantasm or a dream They’re generally alone or in the presence of other people (restaurant workers strangers) who take no note of them They immediately fall into deep revealing conversations about death loss and the slipperiness of reality (Think carefully about when you had that dream–when people die everything gets mixed up) She seems archetypal more symbol than person and she’s rootless with no other connections–not even a telephone–or people around her He meets her waitressing at one restaurant then finds her–with the odd visual logic of a dream–waitressing in another restaurant as if she is all waitresses the Ur-Waitress It all fits into a real-world story of course (Diana has moved to New York after her daughter’s death precisely to be where she knows no one and has no connections for instance) But it plays out more or less the same as it would if she existed only in Don Draper’s head Which she does even if she’s as real as you and I Remember why Don goes back to her: he feels like he knows her from somewhere she reminds him from someone in a way that unsettles him Elizabeth Reaser’s casting is perfect here because she has the same effect on a Mad Men audience: she’s a familiar face but just somewhat and looks a little like so many of Don’s Dusky Sad Women past from Midge to Rachel to Suzanne Farrell to Sylvia Oh and one more: Don’s mother Evangeline (make of that name what you will) the prostitute who died when he was born A person Don can never have seen except that he has in the season 3 premiere “Out of Town” Don is warming up milk for his expectant wife Betty and while that big bubbling pot of symbolism froths on the stovetop Don imagines the primal scene between his mother and Archie Whitman his own birth and the ironic naming of Dick Whitman (“You get me in trouble I’m gonna cut your dick off and boil it in hog fat”) As Evangeline shivers near death she’s asked if she wants to hold her baby At least in Don’s vision she never does You don’t have to be Dr Freud or Dr Faye Miller to see that Don in some way has all his life been trying to get into her arms to get back to his own phantasmal real-but-not-real mother At the outset of season 4 after his divorce from Betty we find him in bed with a prostitute paying her to slap him (That encounter is further complicated in season 6 when we learn that Dick Whitman lost his virginity as a boy to a prostitute who molested him) Not coincidence I’m guessing that Don becomes fixated on Diana after she has sex with him for money (even if he wasn’t aware of it at the time) Mad Men is about nothing if not pattern-following and this echoes plenty of patterns in Don’s past relationships: women who often echo Evangeline’s appearance women in whom he sees something maternal (When Don chooses Megan over Faye for instance one thing that appears to seal the deal is how quickly she bonds with his kids mopping up spilled milkshakes and making everything right again) And it’s starting to look as if the final stretch of Mad Men may be taking stock of Don’s life by taking a farewell tour of each of Don’s relationships: we saw Rachel in “Severance” Megan Sylvia and Betty this week The final episodes are driving forward to the future and the end; Don is trying to turn a corner with Megan cutting her a check for a million dollars But as Pete says to Don there’s no guarantee you can ever make it past your beginning Don may see his mother in Diana and shades of each woman he’s known since But there’s one more nagging familiarity: he sees himself She fled from the Midwest–Racine Wisconsin–to New York (Don was raised in Pennsylvania but was born in Illinois) She left behind blood and kin after a trauma and lives with the guilt of it while escaping into alcohol and hookups At one point she even overtly echoes Don’s famous Carousel pitch from “The Wheel” saying that she feels “a twinge in my chest” (“In Greek” as Don put it “‘nostalgia’ literally means ‘the pain from an old wound’ It’s a twinge in your heart far more powerful than memory alone”) But there’s a big difference between Diana and Don Where he left his old life and diligently built a new one–name home career–she repudiates that idea as an evasion a betrayal She’s come to New York specifically to have nothing and no one to have no identity at all to live with her pain and dedicate herself to it To Don they each offer the other the chance at healing To Diana that’s exactly the danger–he makes her forget and she never wants to The last thing she wants is to Don Draper her own existence I’m still debating whether Diana really works as a character rather than as a thematic device; she’s still too ethereal and thin to seem more than an externalization of Don’s issues a dream girl a Renaissance painting a Madonna with Coffee Carafe And maybe things will end the way they have for so many of Don’s women with him turning the relationship into what he needs it to be Maybe that pattern will repeat too (In general though judging a Mad Men season two episodes in is tempting fate) But one thing at least is different here Even as Don again finds his mother in a woman this time he’s also found an alternative alliterative version of himself (“Diana”–goddess of childbirth as well as hunting if you’re keeping score–is practically “Donna” which would have been a little on the nose) But this version of himself argues that his whole ambition of remaking himself and starting again is a delusion Diana may be Don’s last relationship on Mad Men She may turn out to be his best or his worst or neither But with her parallels to both Dick Whitman and his mother she’s at least a fitting return to the very beginning However real Diana ultimately is she’s a fitting last partner to Don/Dick a man for whom nostalgia is the pain from an old womb (More: Read Nolan Feeney’s full Mad Men recap) Contact us at editors@timecom 2014.5 million views. saying he no longer needed to convince Paris to quit a 2015 nuclear deal between various world powers with Tehran as economic pressure would kill it anyway. 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