1. Cómo hacer una boina / slouchy beanie / beret en crochet (ganchillo) - Parte 1 de 2

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    En este tutorial aprendemos a hacer una boina caida. Súper fácil... sólo necesitas 100 gramos de lana o algodón... ¡y al ataque! No te quedes sin la tuya.

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    • Aeroci plokkide segu katsetamine

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      Aeroci plokkide segu katsetamine Teede Tehnokeskus AS laboris 16.11.2011

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      • Wine, Dollars and Sense (Tim Skogstrom) on The Wine Down EP#10

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        EPISODE SYNOPSIS Today we will be talking about wine pricing and how wineries and retailers get to the prices they charge. Sonja and Brandon are joined by industry veteran, Tim Skogstrom, to ask the tough questions about what the consumer should be spending vs. how much the wineries, distributors, retailers, etc. are charging. Get ready for a very frank, in depth conversation about what it really takes to make it in the wine world. GUEST BIO Tim Skogstrom, The Wine Down show producer, worked for Young’s Market Co. as a VP of wine sales for close to 10 years. Young’s is one of the largest wholesalers of wine and spirits in California. He then went on to work for Francis Coppola where he ran sales for the West Coast and then on to manage chain sales for the country. Tim now owns his own winery in the hills above Malibu known as Cornell Winery. ADDITIONAL LINKS: www.malibugrange.com www.casadumetzwines.com www.cornellwinery.com www.oldplacecornell.com Wines On Set http://www.epiphanycellars.com/ http://www.aubonclimat.com/ http://www.trefethen.com/ EPISODE BREAKDOWN 0-3:45 Introduction: Wine Pricing 4:00 Drinking Trefethen Chardonnay, Au Bon Climat 2009 Pinot Noir 4:30-6:16 video “the most expensive bottle of wine ever sold” 6:20 What was the wine and how much did it sell for? 7:07 Do you think it was worth $123,000? 9:30 Is it different when you are buying for yourself vs. buying for customers? 11:00 What are your expectations when you are paying for a bottle? 13:30 What are some of the values you are finding? 17:00 Wine buying didn’t change after the dotcom boom. The prices people would pay went down. 19:50 Slide/discussion of raw cost of goods 24:18 How long does it take to grow the grape that goes in the bottle? How long does it have to age? How much do the barrels cost? New barrels vs old barrels? 25:45 Can you put a price on the passion component of wine making? How do you value sweat equity? 28:00 When you started your own winery was the cost even close to what you estimated? 28:50 Vitner’s Vault catalogue 29:40 What about the home winemaker? They have the ability to go out and do it, right? 30:15 To set up a winery to produce 5,000 cases of wine you need at least $1 million 32:20 What goes into the labor costs? Land costs? 34:15 How does 2 buck chuck get to the packaging alone at that price? How do they do it? 35:40 How much is an acre of vineyard in the central valley of CA vs Rutherford, Yountville (Napa)? 36:15 Take the value of the land, the maintenance involved, how is it harvested? How does that effect the cost per gallon? How many cases are they making? (2 buck chuck) 37:56 Is there any chance at all that he is getting juice practically for free? 40:20 It is hard to call it wine sometimes (based on how they get to the final product and what they label it)? 40:48 SLIDE showing cost of labor (not including cost of the grapes). 42:17 What is involved for a small operation wine maker? 45:30 Pricing at retail and sales/promotion....wholesaler/retailer pricing 48:00 How does the cost of making the wine then translate to the wholesaler and retailer? 51:30 What are the markups? Who gets a cut of what along the way? 51:35 SLIDE= wine pricing and mark ups by distribution channel. 55:00 Would Von’s be paying the same as a specialty wine shop? 56:00 SLIDE= wine pricing again...raw goods, labor etc. 57:00 Trefethen Chard for example, $22 per bottle which is insane when you think about that considering what went into making it. 58:00 How do you get to $500 per bottle? How much are you willing to spend on a bottle of wine? 1:05:00 Wrap up. Regardless of the insight on pricing bottom line is: If you like the wine, trust it and keep drinking it!

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        • Pushing Back: Women Workers Speak Out on Trade

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          In late July 2011, STITCH hosted an all women's labor solidarity delegation to Honduras to assess the impact of the Central America Free Trade Agreement (CAFTA-DR) on women in the region. Drawing links between economic changes and their everyday lives, women workers shared their stories oh how CAFTA has led to an increase in labor flexibilization, unemployment, violations of worker rights, and discrimination against women. STITCH facilitates and supports the leadership capacity and skills of women workers in Latin America and US who are organizing for economic, racial, and social justice. Support STITCH, learn more at www.stitchonline.org

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          • Acts 049c - Property, Responsibility, and Taxes

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            Property, Responsibility, and Taxes. Acts 4:32-5:16; Genesis 1:27-28. November 15, 2011. In our study of Acts, we are currently engaging in a side study of economics - what the Bible says about managing our resources. In this lesson, we are reminded that although God allows for flexibility within different cultures, His absolute social structures are universal and embedded in all of creation. As we look at the Divine Institution of individual responsibility, we learn that the emphasis is on accountability in the areas of personal responsibility, property, and value. We learn that value is imputed by God to His creatures, but the value of His Word, God, and Jesus Christ are the only values of an intrinsic nature. www.deanbible.org

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            • Lange Nacht der Wissenschaften 2011 - Vorabeinblicke aus Jena

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              Am 25. November 2011 macht Jena die Nacht zum Tag. Ab 18 Uhr öffnen Institute, Labore und Forschungszentren ihre Pforten zur Langen Nacht der Wissenschaften.

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              • The Changing Working Class and the Future of the Labor Movement

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                Ashley Smith explains the changes the working class has experienced in the decades of union decline and how Marxist revolutionary politics are just as important today as ever. New England Marxism Conference, Harvard University, 11/12/11

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                • Hilda Solis

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                  Aaron talks with the U.S. Secretary of Labor, Hilda Solis.

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                  • Election Day 2011: In State After State, "Remarkable Wins for Progressive Politics"

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                    www.DemocracyNow.org - Advocates for labor, women's, and immigration rights are celebrating a number of key victories in Tuesday's state elections. In Ohio, voters defeated Republican Gov. John Kasich's controversial limits on the collective bargaining rights of state employees. In Arizona, Russell Pearce, the architect of the state's controversial anti-immigration law has lost his state senate seat in an unprecedented recall vote. Meanwhile in Maine, voters have defeated a Republican measure that barred same-day voter-registration on election day. For analysis, Democracy Now! speaks with reporter John Nichols of The Nation magazine. "There were many political insiders who said, 'Oh, don't pick this fight.' You'll note that President Obama and the Washington Democrats stayed clear of this battle in Ohio," Nichols says. "But in Ohio, on the ground, this grassroots movement, which literally put thousands and thousands of people at the doors, turned back a national conservative agenda. That's a big deal." For the complete interview, read the transcript, download the podcast, and for additional reports about election news, visit http://www.democracynow.org/ FOLLOW DEMOCRACY NOW! ONLINE: Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/democracynow Twitter: @democracynow Subscribe on YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/democracynow Daily Email News Digest: http://www.democracynow.org/subscribe Please consider supporting independent media by making a donation to Democracy Now! today, visit http://www.democracynow.org/donate/YT

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                    • Big Labor vs. Jobs and Freedom

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                      At the 2011 Defending the American Dream Summit, CEI Labor Policy Counsel Vincent Vernuccio addresses the Big Labor vs. Jobs and Freedom breakout session. Mr. Vernuccio discusses the effects that powerful government-sector unions have on worker choice and public funds.

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