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Kim Kardashian’s love for Yeezy is definitely locked down.

For proof, look no further than Tuesday, when the reality star, makeup mogul and famous wife of Kanye West sported her husband’s designs. Yes,designs, because she wore not just one, but nine different looks from the brand in just 24 hours.

“My schedule was so busy, I ended up in nine different Yeezy outfits in one day, LOL! ” the soon to be mom of three wrote on her website. “For each look, I wanted to stick with neutral vibes.”

While the outfit changing magic is impressive on its own, Kardashian also revealed she was sporting designs from Yeezy’s anticipated Season 6 installment, which has yet to be officially debuted by the rapper.

While there was speculation that the latest collecting with Adidas was going to be unveiled at fall New York Fashion Week subsequent reports later claimed the show had beencancelled News learned that there was never a show on the schedule in the first place. Instead, as a source said in September, there will be a presentation or showroom for the Season 6 collection, but it won’t happen in the near future.

As fans await that day, they got to preview some of the pieces thanks to West’s leading lady. Kim’s looks ranged from curve hugging mini skirts to a baggy duster coat in muted shades like gray, light wash blue, cream and charcoal. The simple silhouettes also prominently featured tube tops and included caps. As for the footwear, the shoe styles ranged from sneakers and boots to heeled slides and open toed pumps. See all nine looks below:
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If opera is going to grow as an art form in the 21st century, it’s going to need more than directors imposing quirky concepts onto familiar repertoire or composers retracing well worn tracks of post Romanticism. It’s going to need the kind of musical and dramatic persuasiveness that enthralled the Santa Fe Opera’s audience on Saturday night at the world premiere of The (R)evolution of Steve Jobs, a bracing opera by composer Mason Bates and librettist Mark Campbell.

This is an American tale told with American bravado. Steve Jobs was both adored and vilified as a person and as a corporate genius, but as the visionary behind the Apple computer empire he was ultimately responsible for the iGadgets (phone, pad, pod, ) that have become defining artifacts of modern life. The opera’s scenario extracts seminal chapters from his life story, casting him as both hero and villain, a man at war with himself. He develops his passion for engineering as a child, achieves technological breakthroughs in his family’s garage and gleans ideas from his educational experiences. He has a relationship (and a daughter) with a woman he treats terribly, and he searches for inner peace through Zen Buddhism. He establishes and oversees his mega successful corporation, he marries a supportive woman who helps tame some of his demons, he gets sick, he dies. Librettist Campbell shuffles these episodes and arrives at a nonlinear narrative that, on the face of it, seems somewhat random; and yet it unrolls with a strong sense of theatrical momentum and is not at all confusing. Aug. 4, 10, 15, 22 and 25″Simple, clear cut, uncluttered and clean” sings Jobs at one point, clarifying his design goals to an engineer. Director Kevin Newbury seems to have taken that as his own watchword, masterminding a production in which one scene flows to the next seamlessly, each employing visual details that support the thrust of the action rather than distract from it. Sets, lighting and projections (devised respectively by Victoria “Vita” Tzykun, Japhy Weideman and 59 Productions) work as a piece. Horizontal bars of multicolored fluorescence contain the space from above, sometimes echoed by thin pillars of light ranged near the sides of the stage. Brightly lit wall height blocks skim fluidly across the stage as if in balletic choreography. Furnishings are limited to what is essential to the story: workbenches, office desks and chairs, nothing extraneous. The production capitalizes on the projection capacities made available through the theater’s recent overhaul. The imagery of Jobs’ life is projected, often in energetic juxtaposition (circuit boards, press clippings, Zen calligraphy), and a scene where he does LSD with his girlfriend in an apple (!) orchard gets woozy indeed. This is in no way a costume drama, although Paul Carey’s realistic wardrobe designs help clarify the intermixed chronology and they even make clothing styles of the 1970s and ’80s seem relatively unobjectionable, which is quite an achievement. Groups of employees or board members are moved about as precisely as the elements of the set.

Just before an early expanse in which we first see Jobs with his Zen master, Campbell’s libretto proposes a stage direction: “If the back wall of the Santa Fe Opera House can open up for the next scene, that would be lovely.” It could and it was, with the last sliver of the sun gleaming on the horizon of the Jemez Mountains. “Quite a sun,” sings Jobs’ mentor. “Always loveliest when it’s leaving.” And yet, having tapped the house’s ace in the hole, Newbury does not overplay the hand. The point is made, the audience inhales the exquisite moment, and the stage soon reconfigures so the plot can move on.

Bates’ music tends to be powerfully optimistic, trading to some degree in sustained transcendence. The score’s vivaciousness comes more from high energy rhythms, often repeated in a post minimalist way (John Adams may come to mind), and from a vivid sonic palette. A good deal of advance chatter focused on Bates’ use of electronic sounds, which he presided over from his computer setup in the orchestra pit. But it’s not like olden days when superimposing electronic sounds over an orchestra had an oil and water quality. Bates has spoken of how he considers modern electronica to be a further family of symphonic music making strings, woodwinds, brass, percussion, electronica and this score exemplifies his contention, with the electronic sounds weaving in and out of the integrated texture with a sense of inevitability. These are hardly unfamiliar sounds, to be sure. We hear them all the time in movie soundtracks, but Bates shows real expertise in using them to enlarge orchestral texture.

He had some challenges to meet. He has been almost exclusively an instrumental composer, building up a solid output of symphonic and chamber works but a vocal catalog that is limited to six choral pieces and two song cycles. An opera obviously requires skill in vocal writing, and Bates showed that he has the requisite chops to write effectively for lyric theatre. Indeed, this is not much of a stop and sing “numbers opera.” Although it includes some certifiable arias and ensembles, these seem crafted more to support the dramatic narrative than as opportunities for vocal display which is not meant as criticism. One also wondered how effectively Bates would navigate the sheer scale of operatic structure, since none of his concert pieces has extended beyond a half hour and most run 15 minutes or less. But the question of whether he could maintain musical interest through a 95 minute operatic score (without intermission) seemed to some extent moot. The piece consists of a prologue and epilogue with 18 discrete episodes in between, so that averages out to four and three quarter minutes per scene. Some are longer and some shorter, but with his succession of modestly scaled segments, Bates landed on an effective plan that was entirely achievable for a composer writing his first opera one that moreover helps define the work’s kinetic verve.

Michael Christie conducted with precision and pizzazz, and a couple of orchestral interludes truly got the adrenaline pumping. One of them, at about the opera’s one hour mark, accompanies projected images charting the meteoric rise of the company and its growing complication as a corporate organism. I wouldn’t be surprised if it were extracted to stand as a frenetic orchestral showpiece in its own right.

The cast was uniformly commendable for their acting as well as their singing. In the title role, baritone Edward Parks is on stage practically the whole time. He appears in roles like Figaro in The Barber of Seville and Valentin in Faust, so he is obviously able to sing in an expansive “operatic baritone” style. But he didn’t really do that here. He presented the part more intimately, as a lieder singer might, with naturalness of style and exemplary diction. Subtle amplification underscored his performance, and indeed those of all the singers a logical use of electronic technology in a score such as this.

Mezzo soprano Sasha Cooke was a pleasure to hear as Jobs’ wife, Laurene. Her rich, warmly covered tone was put to finest use in her climactic aria “Humans are messy, awkward and cluttered,” an anthem to empathy, one that may become embraced as a standalone piece. A similarly touching performance came from Wei Wu, as Jobs’ Buddhist mentor Kbun Chino Otogawa. This beautifully written role encompasses both wisdom and wry humor, and Wei Wu’s bass not particularly large but of velvety texture infused it with a feeling of profound comfort, a welcome anchor in the emotional turbulence that sometimes surrounded it. Garrett Sorenson conveyed substantial character development as Jobs’ fellow inventor and business partner Steve Wozniak; he began as a comical dork and ended up as a serious corporate grown up, his bright tenor letting loose fully in the tenseness, and then fury, of his aria “Goliath,” in which he resigns from the company he has built with Jobs. Smaller roles were admirably conveyed by baritone Kelly Markgraf (as Jobs’ father), mezzo soprano Mariya Kaganskaya (as a calligraphy teacher), soprano Jessica E. Jones (as Chrisann Brennan, Jobs’ girlfriend), and Jonah Sorenson (a nonsinging part upheld admirably by a young actor portraying the 10 year old Jobs).

Bates and Campbell are not the only people charting a path for opera’s future, but one is more likely to find seriously creative new work in warehouses and experimental theatres than on a major opera stage. Santa Fe Opera and its general director, Charles MacKay, deserve congratulations for making such a piece available at this level. The day of the premiere, the company added an additional performance (on Aug. 22) to the six it had originally scheduled. That should help accommodate audience demand as word circulates about this charismatic piece. It will surely appeal to millennials, thanks to its dynamism in harnessing the technology of today to tell the story of technology’s yesterday. But more traditional opera lovers are bound to embrace it, too. It was Jonah Sorenson in the role, not Asher Corbin.
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Welcome back to another Bob Asmussen chat. Sorry for the late start, but I had an interview that couldn’t wait.

Hope everyone had a great weekend. I watched a lot of basketball and a lot of the Olympics. The time delay has me confused, but the way NBC is handling the coverage seems to be working. I used to not want to know the results ahead of time, but I don’t worry about that anymore.

The Illinois football team finished its 2018 recruiting class last week and added an assistant coach. Austin Clark, who will work with the defensive line.

Enough stalling, time to get to your questions. As always, thanks for your participation.

Given Greg Eboigbodin’s athleticism and the benefits that will accrue from an off season of weight training/conditioning and individual instruction/drills, it is likely that Greg will be a starter next year. It is also likely that Underwood will attempt to bring in a big man, either a graduate transfer or a foreign player. Either or both of these scenarios will likely decrease Mike Finke’s playing time. Given that Mike will have completed his degree in communications, do you think he might consider being a graduate transfer to Grand Canyon University so he could play a year with his brother? The MAJOR drawback this possibility is that GCU offers a very limited number of masters degree programs and those appear to be entirely in Education. (OBTW: Were you aware that GCU is the first and only “for profit” school in the NCAA?)

I have learned a lot more about Grand Canyon after Tim Finke picked the school. I have heard the idea floated that Michael might want to join his brother in Arizona and it makes a lot of sense.

The limited number of masters programs won’t be an issue. If Michael wants to move to the school for a year, he will make the academic side work.

We will see what happens. I understand the idea of the move, but I can also see a case where Michael Finke wants to finish where he started in the town where he grew up. Better days figure to be ahead for the program and you would think a local guy would want to be a part of that.

I think Rivals had the top of the conference pegged, with Ohio State and Penn State both in the national top five. Ohio State’s class is loaded and another sign that the team will be good as long as Urban Meyer is in charge. James Franklin is doing very good work at Penn State.

The surprises to me are down the rankings, especially Michigan. The Wolverines are No. 24, which is fine. But they lost some good prospects late and dropped from the Top 20. It looks like there is starting to some grumbling in Michigan about Jim Harbaugh. I have written before that I can see him going back to the NFL at some point. That might be sooner rather than later.

Scott Frost at Nebraska did a good job putting together a Top 25 class in a short time. And Mark Dantonio held the Michigan State class together in the face of plenty of off the field issues.

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Nebraska and Michigan State, I would go with Maryland, Wisconsin, Iowa, Indiana, Minnesota, Illinois, Purdue, Northwestern and Rutgers.

I understand Lovie Smith doesn’t care about the rankings and he has his own ways to judge talent. But for perceptions sake, having a Top 20 class would be a good thing. I think the staff will push for higher rankings in future years.

Reallly, it doesn’t matter how good the players are when they arrive if you can’t help them improve. That should be a selling point for Lovie Smith and his staff.

Based on talking to the people that know him well, I would say he is willing to put in the extra work. He has a huge advantage over the rest of the quarterbacks because he will be here in the spring and the other three will still be in high school. I expect Thomas will spend a ton of time with new offensive coordinator Rod Smith, which will help him get ready for the season,

What the coaches have said is they will use the guy who gives them the best chance to win. I think right now, Thomas seems like the most likely to be their choice. But I won’t rule out any of the four. I know that the other three all have strong games. And they all have work to do.

I have speculated all along that Illinois will bring in a graduate transfer to compete at quarterback. That might still happen. but I think it is less likely now. The class is basically full, so it would have to be a no brainer candidate for the coaches to take him on. Possible, but not likely.
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A satanic black mass, an attack on Islam by a state representative and legalization of same sex marriage were among the best read religion stories in Oklahoma this year.

An Oklahoma City satanist drew national attention to the state capital this summer when he got approval to hold a satanic mass at the publicly owned civic center.

A handful of people attended the mass, but thousands of people in Oklahoma City and Tulsa protested, through letters, emails and special services. Holy Family Cathedral in Tulsa held a Catholic Mass at the same time, followed by a march through downtown in protest.

The satanic mass brought attention to a little known Christian ministry, exorcism. Among the protesters to the black mass was the exorcist for the Diocese of Tulsa, who said Tulsa was one of three cities where exorcists are trained for the Roman Catholic Church in America.

A New York satanic group also made headlines by applying to the state for a permit to install a monument to Satan on the Capitol grounds, an apparent reaction to the installation of a Ten Commandments monument there.

State Rep. John Bennett, R Sallisaw, published social media warnings about what he calls the dangers of Islam. When Tulsa interfaith organizations demanded that he retract the statements and apologize, he refused. He held public meetings in Sallisaw and Muskogee with lengthy presentations about the history and beliefs of Islam, in which he called Islam a cancer that needs to be cut out and a socio political system intent on world domination.

In reaction to Bennett, interfaith and church groups stood outside the Al Salam Mosque in Tulsa to greet Muslims coming out of a Friday service and to show their support. government said it did not consider CAIR a terrorist group.

Earlier in the year, Jenks Public Schools stopped showing a documentary on the bombing of the Murrah Building in Oklahoma City after the Oklahoma branch of CAIR protested that the film suggested that Islamic terrorists might have been involved. Supreme Court agreed to hear the case of a Muslim teen who was denied a job with a Tulsa Abercrombie Fitch store because she wore a hijab, a head covering.

In other Islam related news, a team of Tulsa doctors went to northern Iraq to help people displaced from their homes by ISIS, also called the Islamic State group, and Muslims here and across the nation made public statements condemning the actions of ISIS.

A Muslim convert to Christianity sued the First Presbyterian Church in downtown Tulsa for publishing news of his baptism online, which he said caused him to be abducted, tortured and nearly killed on a visit to his native Syria. Supreme Court in effect legalized same sex marriage in Oklahoma and four other states by deciding to leave in place lower court decisions, same sex marriage ceremonies began immediately, and churches scrambled to determine how that would affect them.

Presbyteries are voting now on whether to change the PC USAs constitution to define marriage as between two people, instead of between a man and a woman. Eastern Oklahoma Presbyterian churches voted against the change. Voting will continue into next year.

In advocating for the change, the Rev. Todd Freeman, pastor of College Hill Presbyterian Church in Tulsa, announced publicly for the first time that he is gay.

Hobby Lobby, the Oklahoma based mega retailer, won its lawsuit against the federal government over whether the health care reform law can require it to provide its employees with insurance coverage for contraceptives that it considers abortifacients, in violation of Hobby Lobby owners religious beliefs. Supreme Court and had national implications for the new law.

Other faith related Oklahoma news in 2014:

Tulsa ministries stepped up to aid people in west African nations hit by Ebola, while two Liberian girls were stranded in Tulsa, apart from their mother, by the epidemic.

The Oklahoma Free Thought Convention was held in downtown Tulsa, as nons, people without religious affiliation, made their voices heard.

Climate change was debated in the faith community. All Souls Unitarian Church sponsored public forums and a public march down Riverside Drive. Joy Lutheran Church installed solar panels.
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Sweden (2 0) will face Finland (2 0) in a Group C showdown on Sunday.

Johansson won the bronze in the normal hill on Saturday and put himself in good position for another medal in Saturday’s large hill final.

Japanese teenager Ryoyu Kobayashi had the longest jump of 143.5 meters but was marked down on his landing and he finished third behind Norway’s Johann Andre Forfang.

Andreas Wellinger, who won the normal hill gold, was fourth and defending Olympic champion Kamil Stoch was seventh.

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China’s Kong Fanyu took bronze in a sloppy last round. Huskova and Zhang were the only two women in the six person final to land their jumps cleanly.

Alla Tsuper won gold for Belarus in Sochi four years ago and finished fourth in Pyeongchang. Australian Laura Peel was fifth and American Madison Olsen was sixth.

Gold medal favorite Xu Mengtao of China washed out in the second round and failed to advance to finals.

Dutch speedskater Esmee Visser has won gold in the women’s 5,000 meter race at the Pyeongchang Olympics.

Visser finished Friday in 6 minutes, 50.23 seconds.

Two time defending champion Martina Sablikova of the Czech Republic took silver in 6:51.85.

Russian Natalia Voronina earned bronze in 6:53.98.

Claudia Pechstein of Germany finished eighth. She is a three time champion in the 5,000 meters.

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Russian hockey players are looking a little more like the men’s gold medal favorites.

Minnesota Wild prospect Kirill Kaprizov scored a hat trick as the Russians playing under the Olympic flag demolished Slovenia 8 2 on Friday.

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One of the factors that slow the performance of the computer is disk fragmentation. When files are fragmented, the computer must search the hard disk when the file is opened to piece it back together. To speed up the response time, you should monthly run Disk Defragmenter, a Windows utility that defrags and consolidates fragmented files for quicker computer response.

Follow Start > All Programs > Accessories > System Tools > Disk Defragmenter

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Follow Start > My Computer

In My Computer right click the hard disk you want to scan and click Properties

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Go to StartClick Control PanelClick the Add/Remove Window Components

Uncheck the Indexing services

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You may have noticed that everytime you open My Computer to browse folders that there is a little delay. This is because Windows XP automatically searches for network files and printers everytime you open Windows Explorer. To fix this and to increase browsing speed, you can disable the Automatically search for network folders and printers option.

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Windows XP has a performance monitor utility which monitors several areas of your PC TMs performance. These utilities take up system resources so disabling is a good idea.

Download and install the Extensible Performance Counter List

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The London fog isn’t keeping Selena Gomez from shining.

Today, the star stunned in a rapid fire sequence of high fashion ensembles during a press tour in London. Within 24 hours, we spotted five holiday worthy dresses, two pairs of must have sunglasses, three lipsticks (including a bold red hue she wore with three of the six looks) and five pairs of statement shoes that will make you look twice. Scrolling through the “Bad Liar” singer’s picks will make you want to ask Santa for a new wardrobe.

Although her frocks grab our attention, there was one commonality among all of her looks: her texturized platinum cut. The casual style pairs with everything, from her prairie inspired custom Coach outfits to her rocker like ensembles to her romantic, feminine twists. Sure, we were surprised when she debuted the new look during the 2017 American Music Awards, but it’s clearly working for her by adding an edgy pizzazz to her fashion looks was worth the nine hours it took to create.

The week before, she performed for the first time since her kidney transplant at the AMAs. And, rekindled her relationship with ex boyfriend, Justin Bieber, after her breakup with The Weeknd.
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