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Since I work for a company on the target list, I am hoping it stays like this. Andrew MacInnes, As a Druid I too celebrate the festival of Beltaine. I will be feasting and partaking of Eistedfodd (traditional storytelling and music) with my Grove, as well as celebrating in my own rituals at home. As for the protesters? I see many of their causes as valid, but their behaviour disgusts me. Violence and vandalism is no way to promote peace and living in harmony with our environment. Peaceful protestors today risk invalidating their cause by association with the troublemakers. I shall be taking part in a Beltaine march for Pagan pride in later this month. Unfortunately this event has to be scheduled several weeks after the festival to avoid being confused with or confronted by the louts that degrade this sacred day. Claire, These anarchists are being labelled wrongly. Most of them are "trustafarians" looking for a worthy cause. Daddy or Granddad probably made the money now trickling down generations by exploiting some unfortunate people of the world, now they see it as their role to "give something back". It's pointless trashing central once a year and for the other 364 days patronise the same businesses they complain about! Steve, It saddens me that these people who believe in their rights are so against others for exercising theirs. If someone starts a business and it becomes successful then it is because of hard work and a 'get up and go attitude'. It now appears that this is severely frowned upon. My message to the protesters would be if you want to exercise your rights then at least extend the courtesy to let other hard working people do the same. Anon Business Chairman, It is my first year working in central and to think I may become a target just because of that is disturbing. Even if you work for a company where the employees are all partners in the business not at all an issue of capitalism you are not immune from abuse. Even John Lewis in Oxford St had windows smashed last year. How can a partnership which shares profit between ALL employees be a capitalist institution? Anon, I work in an office in Westminster, every so often this morning a rumour sweeps through the office that 'they' are getting near. Or that 'they' are smashing Bond Street to bits. And I know that if I tried to speak up and say that the protests are about important causes I know I'd be looked at like some pathetic innocent who doesn't understand how life really is. The point is, until we have a situation where this 'them' and 'us' mentality is gone we will never make any progress in solving the problems. Not everyone in an office is a capitalist pig, not everyone on the streets is a hairy hippy lets all grow up and really solve things rather than fighting with each other. 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It's her first time back to the Paralympics since she went in 1984, when athletes were housed in a military base, slept in barracks and the opening ceremony took place on a soccer field with a crowd of about 500 people. Things are a bit different now. The Paralympics now fall under the direction of the USOC, which picks up the tab for the Paralympic athletes. Their travel is paid for. They will compete at the Olympic venues. uniforms, the Ralph Lauren and Nike apparel, the Oakley sunglasses. "I told people, our uniforms in Barcelona, it looked like somebody went to Target or Wal Mart and bought some blue shirts and spray painted a flag on it," Nitz said, laughing. "That's about what they looked like. "The telltale about whether you have a good uniform is whether or not other countries want to trade with you. uniform for free, let along give you theirs [in 1992], and now we have top of the line, Nike and Ralph Lauren stuff everybody's going to love our gear." Athletes with disabilities are also enjoying a higher profile these days, partly thanks to Oscar Pistorius, the South African amputee who advanced to the semifinals of the 400 meters at the Olympics, finishing eighth in the heat. Pistorius did not run without controversy; there were those who claimed that prosthetic "blades" gave him an advantage over able bodied runners. Pistorius will compete in the Paralympics as well. "He opened up a world of opportunity for disabled people," Profitt said. "The controversy was good too, it brought more awareness." "My cynicism says, 'We know it will be an unfair advantage when people are voluntarily cutting their legs off because they know it makes them faster to use those blades,' " Nitz said. "I'm pretty sure if you ask Tyson Gay, 'All right, if you're sure you're going to be faster, do you want the legs cut off?' He'd be like, 'I'm not sure I'm going to be faster. I don't want to go through that.' "It's cool to see [Pistorius] on the Olympic stage, hear Bob Costas talk about Oscar, mentioning the Paralympics." Nitz, 43, has won three gold medals in the 100, in Barcelona, Atlanta and Sydney and a gold in the 4x100 relay in Barcelona. He had a staph infection in 2004 and did not win a medal in Athens. He didn't make the team in 2008. But he has a new coach who made some adjustments to his position in the chair, he's been training more intensely and he's laid off his favorite drink, Mountain Dew and this spring, he set a world record in the 100 (16.73) in Switzerland, almost a second faster than the world record he set in Atlanta (17.62). "It's been a good year," he said. "I was racing so well in May, I got nervous." He will compete in the 100, 200 and 400 in London. He is ranked fourth in the world in the 200, from the 32.14 he did in the Swiss meet. Nitz was born with a spinal cord injury and races in the quadriplegic wheelchair division. He will join Profitt and two rowers from Connecticut, Andrew Johnson of Greenwich and Alexandra Stein of Stamford, in London. "I'm ready to go," said Profitt, who will celebrate her 25th wedding anniversary in London. She will compete in singles play starting Aug. 30 and then doubles play the following week. Nitz will race Sept. 2 (in the 100), 3 (400) and 9 (200). "I feel like a rookie because I missed 2008," he said. "I'm definitely looking forward to it, with my whole family going this time around. It adds a little more excitement." Air Jordan Spizike New York Knicks Blue Demetrius Walker scored 13 of his 19 points during a 22 3 run in the first half that helped carry New Mexico to a 79 64 victory against Air Force in the Mountain West Conference tournament quarterfinals Thursday night. No. 2 seed New Mexico (25 6), which shared the regular season title with San Diego State, advances to Friday night's semifinals against the winner of Thursday's late game between Wyoming and No. 20 UNLV. Drew Gordon scored 15, Kendall Williams 13 and Tony Snell 10 for New Mexico. Michael Lyons had 17 for seventh seeded Air Force (13 16), while Kyle Green scored 14 and Todd Fletcher 12. Air Force, which lost to New Mexico by 39 and 30 points in the regular season, led 15 14 before the Lobos went on their big run. Walker hit two 3 pointers, converted a three point play and made four other free throws. New Mexico made 31 of 37 free throws. KKTV firmly believes in freedom of speech for all and we are happy to provide this forum for the community to share opinions and facts. We ask that commenters keep it clean, keep it truthful, stay on topic and be responsible. Comments left here do not necessarily represent the viewpoint of KKTV 11 News. 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