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I’ll always print the questions on a worksheet so that they do not have to look back and forth between the board and the TV. I don’t do this as frequently because then students frequently zone out what is not related to the questions. I rarely show an entire DVD.
On the Crooked River Ranch Rural Fire Protection District, there are four seats open, position 1, for which Bradley Pahl has filed; position 3, held by Dennis Kirk, who is not running for re election; position 4, held by Barbara Oakley, who has filed for re election; and position 5, held by Bob Bengston, who plans to run for re election. Jeff Green, of Crooked River Ranch, has filed for position 3, and Mark W. Wilson, also of Crooked River Ranch, has filed for position 5..
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A day before President Barack Obama’s late visit to try to preserve a 60th Senate vote critical to his agenda, Democrat Martha Coakley and Republican Scott Brown tussled over the president’s tax plan. The candidates are in a dead heat heading into Tuesday’s election to replace the late Sen. Edward M.
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Peace of any kind is in short supply in Angry Birds Movie 2, another breathless, frenetic cartoon escapade derived from the once ubiquitous video game franchise, and again its manic, catapulting comic energy is more appealing than those origins might suggest.Despite a complete replacement of the first film writing and directing teams with acclaimed, offbeat TV animator Thurop Van Orman brashly taking the reins in his first feature assignment this second loopy adventure for misfit cardinal Red and his feathered but flightless friends maintains the balance of scattergun jokes, candy coated visuals and cheerfully bird brained storytelling that raked in $350 million worldwide in 2016.How close Angry Birds Movie 2 comes to matching that figure will depend on how firmly the first film characters considerably fleshed (or feathered) out from rudimentary smartphone avatars have captured the collective imagination of a young public now a micro generation removed from the game pop cultural peak.Where its predecessor contorted itself to work the game essential imagery and strategy into a shaggy narrative, the sequel persuasively cements the films as a franchise in their own right. We free, then, to drift into story worlds and digressions with nary a trace of the source material DNA, even as the plush, fluorescent finish of the animation (a gaudy but gorgeous alternative to Disney Pixar refinement) keeps things true to the original game eye scorching esthetic.An all star voice ensemble, meanwhile, has been considerably expanded and diversified from the first film male dominated flock: Among the new additions, it Leslie Jones brassy, purple plumed villainess, in particular, that gives the film wings. Other names make less of an impression amid the sheer, busy sugar blast of activity here: Awkwafina, Nicki Minaj, Tiffany Haddish and JoJo Siwa are among those serving as brief, bright, oh wait whose voice is that background distractions, though the film does notably mark an unexpected debut for a pair of Hollywood hatchlings, Faith and Sunday Kidman Urban.As for what it actually about, that as secondary a concern as it was first time round, even if the aforementioned antagonist with her plan to take over the world, which in the compact Angry Birds realm now extends to three whole islands gives proceedings slightly more shape than its predecessor frenzied, game inspired war of attrition between fowl and swine.Sizzling summer movie preview 2019: From Wick 3 to Chapter 2, the 30 biggest movies coming to theatresIndeed, the lively, loose knit script wittily alludes to that film scant story with a blunt one line summary at the outset: Red, isn it funny how nobody liked you until you saved Bird Island and now everybody loves you? Once a cranky social outcast, Sharpie browed Red (Jason Sudeikis) now enters the sequel a revered local hero, no longer mad as he basks in public adoration and gleefully spearheads an ongoing prank battle against the birds sworn porcine enemies on Pig Island.When oafish pig leader Leonard (Bill Hader) calls for a truce, Red skeptically assumes it a mere prelude to another attack, though it turns out bird and bacon must unite to fight a more dangerous outside enemy: deranged tropical eagle and genius physicist Zeta (Jones), who lives in arctic exile on her own ice bound island, like some fabulous, daiquiri chugging remix of Princess Elsa.