What the child of today needs is good Physical Education, exercise done on a regular basis, which is being cut out all over the country. Youth sports have become so competitive, it takes away all the health benefits. If nothing else, just go out in the backyard or to a park and keep them moving..
Small wonder that Durant is the kind of man who not only thanked his teammates, coaches and trainers but said, “I want to single them out.” Only he didn’t just single them out. He devoted two thoughtful minutes to each of them, told a story that described his relationship with them, even weeping at times. Which would come as no surprise to anyone who knew him at Texas, where he reflexively credited and helped others right down to the team’s student managers.
Similar to a scratch resistant coating, AR is made of a very hard, thin film that is layered on the lens. It is made of material that has an index of refraction that is somewhere between air and glass. This causes the intensity of the light reflected from the inner surface and the light reflected from the outer surface of the film to be nearly equal.
Even when she found it and got the extension on storing it, technicians moved her kit again without telling her.”If we can track a Domino’s pizza, we should be able to track something so critically important for the survivor,” Nguyen said.The first time that Nguyen asked for written confirmation the kit wouldn’t be destroyed with her extension, she was told that she had to pick up a paper copy, and that it could not be emailed or mailed it to her.”My life is reoriented to the date of the rape,” Nguyen said. “It’s quite traumatic and it’s totally preventable.”Nguyen, a Harvard University graduate who’s also a deputy White House liaison at the State Department, started a nonprofit called Rise to bring attention to the discrepancies in rights for rape victims under state laws.Massachusetts is consideringits own bill,created after Rise’s lobbying, that would require police to put in place a system to track rape kits and would prohibit kits from being destroyed without first being tested. The bill would further mirror what Congress is asking states to adopt as basic rights for rape victims.”Survivors should not have to fight to keep their rape kit from the trash can,” Nguyen said.Some experts, likeJeff Dion, director of theNational Crime Victim Bar Association, agree with Nguyen.”I’m not aware of the public policy rationale behind that rule, except that it keeps them from getting bad press from having a backlog of rape kits,” Dion said of trashing rape kits.