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Ronald D. Page Our most elegant man, passed away September 5 at Stanford Hospital in Palo Alto from complications with MDS/ leukemia. He was 75 years old. Son of Dominic and Josephine, Ron grew up in Cleveland, Ohio, surrounded by his loving Italian family. There he began to formulate his signature iconic style, larger than life tales and authentic love for building intimate rapport with people and animals. Several years as a US Marine Corp reserve made an indelible impact on his life; he proudly embedded Marine values of courage, honor and commitment deeply into every fiber of his being. Ron’s professional life, his greatest hobby, was punctuated by entrepreneurial acumen and natural leadership. His top shelf instincts for building brands and developing, selling and marketing products was legendary in his field. He articulated every business opportunity with sophistication and never hesitated to provide life changing opportunities for others. Beginning with the cosmetics industry, Ron fueled the success of household names like Clinique, Estee Lauder and Polo/Ralph Lauren fragrances. Later Ron served as an instrumental member of the early Nike organization. As Vice President of Deckers Outdoor Corp., he had the vision to bring to life the Teva, Simple and Ugg brands, which remain industry game changers today. Most recently, Ron served as CEO of Established Brands, where he created a premium footwear line for venerable Swiss company Wenger, maker of the Swiss Army Knife, and brought in house a multi category license for the US Marines Corp. Personally, Ron Page was a generous, gracious man. His movie star good looks,
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big brown eyes and giant dimples left a joyful imprint. Always the coolest guy in the room, Ron knew how to live the good life and made everyone around him feel good about the life they lived. An avid sports fan, Ron closely followed tennis and football, particularly the Buckeyes and Cleveland Browns, and kept fit throughout his life. He had a fine aesthetic sensibility, specifically for travel, wine and automobiles. Ron is survived by the love of his life and soulmate, wife Kathy, his loving daughters Melissa and Jessica, his adored grandsons Max, Leo and Tobin, his devoted sister Sara Marie, his sweet niece Eve, numerous Italian cousins, his best friend and business partner Tom Seavey, and his cats Sugar Pie and Winston who he loved so much. A private celebration of life will be held in the coming weeks. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made In Memory of Ronald Page, Stanford University Medical Center ATTN: Dr. Box 20466, Stanford, CA 94309 or the Marin Humane Society 171 Bel Marin Keys Blvd., Novato, CA.
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Oroton Group’s struggle to get its Marcs fashion brand firing has meant the company has remained a spectator during the retail profit bonanza going on around it.

The upmarket retailer yesterday reported a net profit of $8.4 million for the year to July 31, right in line with the previous 12 months.

Despite underperforming its peers such as Colorado Group, which yesterday presented its shareholders with a 159 per cent rise in first half net profit, shares in Oroton rose 5.4 per cent, or 15 , to $2.95.

Oroton managing director Ross Lane said Oroton’s focus in the new financial year was to ensure that Marcs, bought for $21 million in 2002 from founder Mark Keighery, began to deliver results consistent with its potential.

Factory outlets were a drag on Marcs’ performance as Oroton struggled to offload the huge amount of stock it took on from the former management; whereas the new Marcs retail stores, particularly the Bondi Junction, Sydney, shop, were among the group’s best performers, Mr Lane said.

“Marcs’ performance was a consequence of problems experienced with the integration of the Marcs business into Oroton Group and, ultimately, poor product decisions,” Mr Lane said.

“This resulted in a brand contribution which was significantly below potential in 2004.”

A new middle management team was installed at Marcs after the unit contributed a net loss of $700,000 to Oroton’s half year results and Mr Lane said the liquidation of pre acquisition stock was now complete.

In contrast, Mr Lane said the Oroton brand, the company’s oldest and largest, performed well in a healthy retail environment “that supported fashion conscious accessories”.

Oroton’s sales showed a 36 per cent increase on a like for like basis. Overall sales revenue increased by 21.4 per cent to $143.6 million in the period.

“Polo (Ralph Lauren) again performed consistently during the year. Sales were marginally above those for 2003 whilst brand contribution remained strong,” Mr Lane said.
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Fury at fur salesSCANTILY clad animal rights campaigners crouched in cages outside the Burberry store in Manchester in protest at the exclusive label’s use of fur. The six women members of People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals PETA painted their bodies to look like white rabbits and held heart shaped signs reading: “Love us, don’t wear us.”22:24, 17 APR 2010Updated10:40, 13 JAN 2013PETA campaigners outside the Burberry store in Manchester

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SCANTILY clad animal rights campaigners crouched in cages outside the Burberry store in Manchester in protest at the exclusive label’s use of fur.

The six women members of People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals PETA painted their bodies to look like white rabbits and held heart shaped signs reading: “Love us, don’t wear us.”

They are calling on Burberry to establish an anti fur policy like top fashion designers Stella McCartney, Polo Ralph Lauren and Calvin Klein.

Burberry insists that it would not use fur if there were fears over animal treatment.

PETA launched the campaign at the London Regent Street store , where five members of the pressure group were arrested after smearing fake blood on a window of the shop.

Campaigns manager Anita Singh said: ” With so many stylish comfortable alternatives to fur, Burberry is supporting one of the most hideous industries on the planet.”

A Burberry spokesman said: “There will be occasions when the use of fur will be considered important to the design and aesthetics of the product. Then we will continue to use fur. However we will not use it if there is a serious concern that the fur has been obtained by the unacceptable treatment of animals concerned.”

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KANSAS CITY, Kan. Attorney Barry Grissom said Wednesday.

Jehad Shalabi, 45, of Blue Springs, Mo., pleaded guilty to one count of conspiracy to traffic in counterfeit trademark goods. During his plea hearing, prosecutors told the judge that Shalabi sold counterfeit goods at a retail store called Joe Black, Inc., located at 3201 State Avenue in Kansas City, Kan.

Agents of the FBI made undercover purchases at the store including a counterfeit trademark pair of Nike Air Force 1 shoes on Feb. 22, 2011,
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and a counterfeit trademark Polo Ralph Lauren knit shirt on June 9, 2011. On June 30, 2011, Shalabi sold a counterfeit trademark NBA Chicago Bulls hat.

On June 28, 2011, agents served a search warrant at the store and seized approximately 588 counterfeit items with trademarks including Polo Ralph Lauren, Nike, Major League Baseball, Nervous Tattoo (Ed Hardy and Christian Audigier), Luxirie, Rocawear and Coogi.
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KANSAS CITY, Kan. Attorney Barry Grissom said Friday.

Jehad Shalabi, 44, is charged with one count of conspiracy to traffic in counterfeit trademark goods.

The indictment alleges that Shalabi sold counterfeit goods at the Joe Black clothing store at 3201 State Ave. in Kansas City, Kan. In 2009, Shalabi was identified as the manager of the store. Subsequently, he listed the owner and manager of the store for occupational tax purposes in the names of his accountant or relatives.

The indictment alleges Shalabi offered for sale at Joe Black hundreds of counterfeit trademark items including Polo Ralph Lauren shirts, hoodies and T shirts; Nike Air Force, Jordan Airmax and Goadomes shoes; Major League Baseball hats; T shirts,
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tank tops, jeans, sweatshirts, hoodies and shorts with tattoo designs by Ed Hardy; Luxirie jeans; Rocawear T shirts, long sleeve shirts and body suits; and Coogi shirts, dresses, T shirts, shorts, jeans and jackets.
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A man accused of stealing a truck at a convenience store is now facing a felony charge. on Monday to the Sheetz at 2100 County Home Road in reference to someone attempting to steal a 2006 Ford F 150 XLT valued at $7,500, according to a case report.

The vehicle was recovered, along with a 9mm Glock pistol with nine bullets and two magazines, one with 15 bullets and one with 14, as well as a 9mm Luger bullet, a wavelength charger and cord, a VUSE e cigarette and refill and Hype USB power bank. Those items all were valued at $410.

Travis Jerquintin Davis, 23, of 3402 Evans St., Apt. C, was arrested on scene, according to the report. Davis, whose address also is listed as 1117 W. Rowan St., Fayetteville, was booked at the Pitt County Detention Center under a $3,000 secured bond. Oct. Nov. 26: car battery and JVC flipscreen radio DVD player valued at $500 stolen from vehicle; investigation ongoing. Nov. Nov. 26: silver Fossil watch valued at $120 stolen from home; investigation ongoing.

1100 block Johnston Street, noon Nov. Nov. 26: front door of home smashed, resulting in $50 in damages; Brinks padlock valued at $10 stolen and damaged; Sentry safe containing starter checks, PlayStation 3 gaming system, five games and two controllers, Nintendo 64 gaming system and four controllers, Toshiba 40 inch flat screen television, small Sentry safe and Vizio flat screen television, all valued at $800, stolen; investigation ongoing. Nov. Nov. 26: 50 inch Hisense television valued at $400 stolen from business; investigation ongoing.

304 W. Nov. Nov. 26: rear door of office entered; iPad 2 and iPhone 5S valued at $300 stolen from Dirks Chiropractic; investigation ongoing.

500 N. Nov. 26: glass front door smashed at Speedway convenience store, resulting in $500 in damages; nine packs of Newport cigarettes valued at $49.05 stolen; investigation ongoing. Nov. Nov. 26: glass pane on door of home smashed, resulting in $50 in damages; PlayStation 4, Star Wars edition, with two controllers and a game disc valued at $250 stolen; investigation ongoing. Nov. 25: package of Black Mild cigars valued at $2 stolen from vehicle; 1999 Nissan Altima sustained $50 in damages; investigation ongoing. Nov. 25: large Meat Lovers pizza valued at $21 stolen from woman; extent of injuries not reported; investigation ongoing. Nov. 25: exterior door frame of home sustained $50 in damage by known person during break in; no items listed as stolen; investigation ongoing.

2460 Stantonsburg Road, noon Nov. Nov. 25: assortment of food items including beer and meat, all valued at $90, stolen from Food Lion; case closed/cleared. Nov. Nov. 25: black HP laptop valued at $200 stolen from Unitarian Universalist Congregation; investigation ongoing.

2800 block Holly Glen Drive, noon Nov. 18 noon Nov. 22: hand tools, such as wire strippers, screwdrivers, a hammer, wrenches and sockets; and Milwaukee power tool set including a drill, impact tool and chargers, all valued at $850, stolen from vehicle; investigation ongoing. Nov. Nov. 25: door of home pried/jimmied and entered by bodily force; 44 year old woman and 52 year old man robbed at gunpoint; 46 inch Sony LED television valued at $500; no damage reported; investigation ongoing. Nov. 24: various clothing items valued at $641.88 stolen from department store; investigation ongoing. Nov. 24: cart of miscellaneous items including Gain detergent, paper towels, toilet paper and alcohol, all valued at $50, stolen from Wal Mart; investigation ongoing.

4600 E. Nov. 24: two sleep sets, two cosmetic items, an MP3 player, pocket radio, AAA batteries, ladies socks, two instant cameras and five packages of film, all valued at $240.03, stolen from Wal Mart and recovered; case cleared by citation. Nov. Nov. 24: Gucci headband, YSL pocketbook, silver ring with diamonds, Michele watch and Apple iWatch, all valued at $5,525, stolen from home; investigation ongoing.
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Sorry to hear this as a full scale resort is needed to make this more competitive than Mt. Airy. If it only has Casino and no hotel, no restaurants, no shopping, it is no more than a truck stop casino and if I we wanted one of them, we could all move to Elko, Nevada.

This is bad news so I hope this cash strapped firm survives and completes this project before it goes black and no other developer wants it.

Be careful what you wish for. I guess the money will not be rolling into City of Allentown, City of Bethlehem and Lehigh and Northampton counties anytime soon or to the amonts anticipated.

My only advice. Do not grow your budgets for 2010.

Here we go folks. Lots of promises to get Rendell’s tax take. Then, oops! Sorry. Ran out of cash. Vacant/incomplete blighted areas will be with us forever attached to the prime money maker of course. We’ve been had. This is just the logical next step in the scam process. Think brew pubs in Easton or baseball stadiums in Williams Township. We deserve to have our money stolen by politicians who hand it over to their crooked friends. I’ll just sit here waiting for gambling to solve all the state’s problems like Rendell promised.

I knew it, saw that coming a while back! If the Lehigh Valley continues laying off workers here, Sands will have to bus people in from all over to keep the slot machines humming. Who really has money to throw away in a slot machine when they are fighting to put food on the table right now amongst all other bills rolling in?

Atlantic City is hurting badly, even pushed the smoking ban back a year in hopes they dont turn anyone else off from coming down. But really they have been on a downward spiral for the last year or so when PA and NY got casinos.

Yep, the Sands got in way over their heads and never saw the economy crash coming, but then again >>> isnt everything in life a gamble? They (Sands) will struggle just like everyone else here until things get better,
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hopefully soon.

MAB wrote:

I am sure when the economy turns around the whole project will be finished. For now I can’t wait until the casino opens in July. The place looks great and it will be a nice get away for the day. People get a life and stop complaining about the casnio.

I have a life, not complaining about the casino and wish them much luck, just dont have the money to play slot machines thats all, just like so many other people in the area. When you open a business, you need people to go and patronize it! If you spend 50.00 in a slot machine and lose it, what do you get, nothing! If you spend 50.00 in a clothing outlet, or grocery store at least you are getting something for your money. Id rather gamble a buy a 2.00 scratch off, my odds of winning something are greater than in slot machines. Besides, there are no table games like Atlantic City so really the only good thing is that hopefully it will generate jobs for the area! Its just a bad time for alot of people here, so the Sands will feel the pain as well.

MAB wrote:

I am sure when the economy turns around the whole project will be finished. For now I can’t wait until the casino opens in July. The place looks great and it will be a nice get away for the day. People get a life and stop complaining about the casnio.

The place looks great and it will be a nice getaway for the day. People get a life. LOOK WHO’s TALKIN ABOUT GET A LIFE!!
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!A get away in your back yard. I guess you have never been out of your own little town. So to you its a big trip to bethlehem?

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Many women say they’re “out,” while men say they’re “in.” You either love them or hate them. There is no middle ground.

We’re talking about cargo shorts. And judging from the national media, apparently so is everyone else.

Yet despite what seems like a national campaign to rid America’s closets of the clothing item that may be more pockets than pants, they’re as common in South Jersey in the summer as gulls on the boardwalk.

An Aug. 1 Wall Street Journal story zeroed in on the baggy shorts as a central issue in relationships. Wives and girlfriends confessed to hiding or throwing out their significant others’ cargo shorts, only to often find them somehow back. According to a market research firm quoted in the story, sales of cargo shorts fell last year for the first time in a decade, but about $700 million worth were still sold.

So why do the shorts cause so much friction in relationships?

Many women simply find the bulky, oversized style ugly. But the men wearing cargo shorts have a simple, overpowering reason for keeping them in their wardrobe: They just don’t care what they look like.

It’s pretty hard to win a fashion argument with someone armed with that attitude and enough room to carry half their possessions.

Even National Public Radio took notice of this love hate cargo phenomenon. An Aug. 3 Morning Edition segment references Craig Ferguson discussing cargo shorts with Matthew McConaughey on “The Late Late Show” in 2014 in which Ferguson says, “Who are you trying to kid, man? You’re not doing any maintenance. You don’t need pockets for tools.”

In a recent informal survey in Atlantic City, where a large portion of the summer population is made up of visitors, the shorts were ubiquitous. The men wearing them may not have actually been carrying tools, but they were traveling with a lot of electronics.

“I keep my phone and wallet in the lower pockets. There’s a pocket for everything,” said Al Mortensen, of Staten Island, New York. “I even have pants like this. It’s convenient. It’s a little safer to keep things in the other pockets. I didn’t want one of those fanny packs!”

Michael Toub, of Philadelphia, shared a similar concern for electronics and dignity.

“It makes me mad that more manufacturers don’t make device friendly designs. I used to have dress pants with interior cargos for work and my last pair got trashed,” he said. “I have my iPod, iPhone, and I’m middle aged now and wear glasses. I don’t want to hang glasses or sunglasses on my shirt like a goofball. I refuse to carry a murse. No murse,” he said, referring to a “man’s purse.”

The female opinion generally carries a different tune. Cindy Guzman, of Atlantic City, didn’t sugar coat the garment’s fashion deficit.

“I personally don’t think it’s cute. It’s not fashionable at all. But the style in this area is very casual, and for a lot of guys I think it’s just easy to throw them on,” she said. “All I know for sure is my boyfriend doesn’t have any,” she said.

Angela Davenport, of San Diego, has a much more forgiving opinion. “I feel that beauty is from within, so when I look at a man, I don’t care what he’s wearing,” she said. “I’m interested in his mind and heart, and he could be wearing a potato sack.”

Justin Lee, of New York, said that as a traveler, you can’t be too careful.

“I’m a big fan of them. I carry a lot of stuff. For instance, battery chargers. You’re not going to put that in a back pocket. I always have gum, lip balm, whatever. I don’t carry a wallet because I don’t believe in them. Wallets you lose,” he said. “I keep what I need wrapped in a hair tie in a pocket. And you don’t want to keep it in your back pocket, A, you’ll get pick pocketed. B, it doesn’t feel great on your butt.”

Lee said he’s heard rumblings that cargo shorts have fallen out of style, but he had an argument ready for that.

“I saw a Facebook article about how they’re ‘out,’ but I was thinking, ‘What are you talking about? I’ll wear them for the rest of my life,'” he said. “And good brands are making them, like these are by Polo (Ralph Lauren). I’m not here for sophistication. I’m here to be comfortable.”

So, ladies, you can argue against them all day, but if there’s one thing for sure, it’s that the main arguments for cargo shorts comes down to utility, safety and manliness. All of which are very difficult to argue against.
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Introduction: Making a Glove Work With a Touch Screen

You can do this in just a few minutes without a lot of know how.

Winter’s coming up (if you’re in the Northern Hemisphere)and with winter comes cold weather, and with cold weather comes gloves. But even in the cold your phone probably still rings. And while I love my touch screen phone, I hate that I can’t use it with gloves on.

There are gloves out there that allow you do use your touch screen, but why buy special gloves when, with just a few stitches you can convert the gloves you already have?Update: Here’s a video that runs you through the steps:Step 1: What You Need

Most modern touch screens use “capacitive touchscreen”which you can read about at length here, but in short it means that for a glove to work with a touch screen it needs to complete a circuit with your finger.

12” (30cm) of conductive thread. (TIP:If you don’t want to buy a whole spool, you can buy a few feet much more affordably from SparkFun,Adafruit, orSternalb. A warning about conductive threadscammers

Unfortunately there are people on Etsy and eBay selling sparkly thread as “conductive thread”. It’s not and will not work with this project. I’ve purchased from the sellers linked above and can vouch that it’s the real stuff. If you buy it elsewhere be sure that the seller lists conductivity data (ohms per foot or similar). Also conductive thread is not super sparkly, it has a color and finish more like brushed stainless steel.

What’s conductive thread? This great article over at Fashioning Technology will tell you everything you need to know and where to get some. And when you get some,
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you’ll find there are tons of interesting things you can do with it. Tip:Don’t make it too small! The iPhone, for example, will ignore small touch areas. Leave danging thread on your knots, etc. And now Idon’t have to take off my glove just to answer a call or read an email.

Ask Question199 CommentsClaudiaS39 1 year agoReply

I cut a slit on the inside of the glove index finger tip, and when I want to type I slide my finger tip out of the glove.

austinwebdesign 1 year agoReply

ahhhhh, conductive thread! thanks so much for this

ChristyR9 2 years agoReply

I used metallic embroidery thread from Maderia, I’m sure other brands would work, with great success but it was silver,
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so if color is important you’ll need to try another color of metallic thread to see if it works