Lotteria Italia 2012: elenco completo dei biglietti vincenti

Posted by Deny Den Sunday, January 8, 2012 1 comments
Lotteria Italia 2012: elenco completo dei biglietti vincenti
Napoli baciata dalla fortuna si risveglia milionaria con la Lotteria Italia 2012, che regala al capoluogo partenopeo il sogno del primo premio del concorso tra i più ambiti del nostro Paese. Un concorso che certo per entità del primo premio negli ultimi anni è stato superato dal Superenalotto a che conserva il proprio fascino anche perchè apre il nuovo anno e dunque consente a molti di cambiare vita. Come detto è proprio Napoli a vincere il primo premio della Lotteria Italia da 5 milioni di euro.
Grande successo per la trasmissione di Antonella Clerici abbinata all’estrazione dei tagliandi in onda la sera della befana su Rai Uno. Ma quest’anno c’è comunque stato un calo nella vendita dei tagliandi.
Calo di vendite soprattutto in Campania, Abruzzo e Toscana. Ecco l’elenco completo dei biglietti vincenti e la relativa quota attribuita. Si va dal primo premio di 5 milioni di euro a quelli da 20.000 euro.

The ignorant and learning impaired BBC

Posted by Deny Den Saturday, November 26, 2011 1 comments

Having the dubious distinction of working in an office that has its TVs constantly tuned to the BBC News channel, it has been impossible to avoid the corporation’s obsessive coverage of proceedings from the Leveson inquiry.

Hugh Grant’s moody features and Steve Coogan’s inability to find a barber have featured heavily. The BBC line is clear, the press has behaved outrageously by publishing distorted stories, fabrications and smears in order to sell papers. In the past month alone (at the time of writing) a Google search shows the BBC has been thoroughly enjoying itself, publishing no less than 856 stories and references about the Leveson inquiry – while taking a moral high ground that is wholly unjustified.

Unjustified, how?

Well, for all the wall to wall coverage on its news channel and the incessant stream of stories on a number of areas of its website, the BBC has itself been shown to be… publishing distorted stories, fabrications and smears.

The BBC has published no less than 22 articles and references this week about the Conservative and Unionist Society at the University of St Andrews burning an effigy of President Barack Obama.

However, the ToTautanry boys and girls have not taken the thinly veiled insinuations of racism laying down.

What the BBC will not report is that there is more to the story than they are happy for people to know, lest it exposes their scoop as the meaningless piece of spiteful bile it really is. Instead, for the facts, we need to turn to the blog pages of Biased BBC, where a member of the St Andrews little Tories explains what really happened and why. The ignorance of the BBC is left on full display. Their inability to learn the very lessons they are so keen to thrust down the ether and across the airwaves at us, is self evident.

As always with the BBC what you get is half the story all the time – assuming they don’t ignore the story completely because it contradicts one of their sacred shibboleths. As always with the BBC the story has been made possible because of the unique way they are funded – with our money, despite not being accountable to us.



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First Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving was created by the Pilgrims. The first Thanksgiving started in 1621. During that time, the Pilgrims came to America and settled to live here and made homes. They celebrated the first Thanksgiving because they wanted to give thanks and appreciation for making it through the long journey. They were happy and shared the feast with Wampanoag Indians. There were sports, games, food, dancing, singing, and revelry. They prepared foods such as venison and fowl.

Happy Thanksgiving

Most Americans took this idea from the history of the first Thanksgiving. Every year in November, family and friends all gather and celebrate Thanksgiving. They eat turkey, pumpkin pie, breads, corn, sweet potatoes, and plenty of other traditional foods. They give thanks and appreciation for what they have done for them.

Happy Thanksgiving 2011 | Photo Images

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Wishing all my American readers around the world a very Happy Thanksgiving!

Happy Thanksgiving 2011 | Photo Images

natalie wood death

Posted by Deny Den Wednesday, November 23, 2011 1 comments

My enemies may be rubbing their hands in glee but it seems that reports of ‘my’ death, if not grossly exaggerated, may have been wilfully inaccurate.

Exactly 30 years on from her mysterious drowning in November 1981, it appears that the circumstances surrounding the untimely end of my actress namesake, Natalie Wood (nee Natalia Nikolaevna Zakharenko) are to be reinvestigated by the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Office.

The Daily Mail’s online version reports that:

“Questions over the circumstances surrounding Ms Wood's untimely death have lingered for 30 years, and family members have previously asked for authorities to re-examine the original findings.

“A spokesman for Robert Wagner, (whom Miss Wood married twice), said the family trusts the sheriff's department will take appropriate action but has not been contacted about the case being re-opened.” Natalie.Wood(Actress)

Meanwhile, your correspondent based in Israel is keeping fairly well despite the ravages of age and lives in quiet contemplation in Karmiel, Lower Galilee, having emigrated from the U.K. in March 2010.

The actress was an able thespian and a classic American beauty but had a (Christian) Russian Orthodox background. Despite my own best efforts, I’ve still got my funny little Jewish legs, thick glasses and twin hearing aids. (Wow, to see it in writing)!

If the actress were still alive she would be aged 73 – sixteen years my senior -and I bet she’d be looking great.

But as I’ve written previously: The real interest in the movie star is her mysterious death. I was so-named simply because my parents liked it and our family name is ‘Wood’. I was born when the actress was a teenager appearing on US TV. I guess my own parents knew little or nothing of her.

So I claim to be the first, original ‘Natalie Wood’. All others – global-wide and skulking in corners of Facebook, LinkedIn, etc. - are imposters and should also be investigated by the L.A. police.