For example, Parker tells the story of one inmate who studied the characteristics and mannerisms of a prison guard of the same height so that he could slip into a prison uniform and walk out of the compound unnoticed.,An inmate planning an escape or looking for a favor seeks out prison employees who are vulnerable, who show signs of empathy, or who may be plagued with personal problems such as a bad marriage or financial woes.,Inmates can force the vulnerable employees to break prison rules or can persuade them to assist in an escape plan.,By threatening to expose them, inmates can blackmail a prison worker who no longer wants to provide favors or participate in the escape plan.,“If the relationship goes from a friendship to one of emotional attachment, then the inmate has control and can pull strings to get the staff member to do anything—sex, an introduction to drugs, or an escape,” says Parker, who once taught a course to his prison staff about the mind games that inmates play on employees.
Laura Jane Grace the Devouring Mothers, “Bought to Rot” (Bloodshot Records)
The words just tumble out of Laura Jane Grace on her new album, a torrent of thoughts, observations and memories from one of rock’s most charismatic figures.,singer and guitarist has taken a break from her superb punk band to explore more glam-rock terrain with the side project Laura Jane Grace the Devouring Mothers.,One song, “Manic Depression,” has 250 words, another has 240 and a third has 230.,Grace, whose life and career changed dramatically when she came out as a transgender woman in 2012, has teamed up in the new band with Against Me!,The album’s lyrics explore everything from love gone bad to mental illness, with a sense of rootlessness throughout — two songs have Grace in hotels and one in an airplane.
As former college and pro athletes, we believe there is a need for a positive, professional and growth-oriented volleyball club in this area.,That's where we come in - Our purpose as an organization is to grow the sport of volleyball in the Northeast region by training and developing young athletes, cultivating a lifelong love of volleyball and competition, and building a positive volleyball culture in our community.,“I wish I could…”
We wish we could create more opportunities for young athletes to play volleyball (and we are doing that with our Mini Volley and Middle School programs!),A goal of our club is to create a positive and accessible volleyball culture in our community, which has not traditionally existed here.,Our long-term organizational goals include adding outdoor volleyball nets around Fairfield County and helping to build local middle school programs and town leagues to create more opportunities to play and fall in love with the game.
• In Big 12 play, Oklahoma leads the conference with its 596.5 yards of offense per game, which is 125.5 more yards per outing than the team with the second-best average (Texas Tech; 471.0) and 145.7 more yards than Oklahoma State averages.,• Despite losing preseason All-Big 12 running back Rodney Anderson for the season due to an injury against UCLA in the second game of the year, Oklahoma leads the Big 12 and ranks 12th nationally with its 246.8 rushing yards per game (Oklahoma State ranks second in the league at 200.1).,• Oklahoma has rushed for at least 300 yards and passed for at least 300 yards in a game three times already this year, a single-season school record (vs. Florida Atlantic in the season opener and each of the last two weeks against Kansas State and Texas Tech).,• Through nine games, quarterback Kyler Murray leads the nation in passing efficiency rating (216.6; the NCAA single-season record of 198.9 was set by Baker Mayfield last year) and yards per pass attempt (12.3), and ranks second in yards per completion (17.5) and points responsible for per game (25.3), third in passing touchdowns per game (3.4) and total offense per game (362.6 yards), and fifth in completion percentage (.706).,• In Big 12 play, Murray owns healthy statistical leads in total offense at 403.3 yards per game (next most is 302.0 by Oklahoma State's Taylor Cornelius), passing yards at 336.3 per contest (next most is 309.5 by West Virginia's Will Grier) and passing efficiency rating with his 222.9 mark (next best
Photo: David McNew (Getty) On Thursday morning, Ian David Long walked into a bar in Thousand Oaks, Calif., and killed 12 people with a handgun and injured dozens more before turning the gun on himself.,The Los Angeles Times spoke to Dominique Colell, who was a track coach at Newbury Park High School in 2008 when Long was a senior on the team.,Colell says administrators and other coaches pressured her to allow Long back on the team, telling her it could negatively affect his application to the Marines.,Colell allowed Long to rejoin the track team, she said because she feared it would jeopardize her own prospects for an art teacher position she was seeking.,or ‘keep you in my thoughts’... every time... and wonder why these keep happening...��� Immediately upon accurately predicting exactly what would happen, Long murdered a dozen people.
The centre who owns her own yoga company
Ospreys back Alecs Donovan's day job goes hand in hand with her rugby career, with her yoga company Yogability focusing on the parts of yoga that suit athletes.,Donovan, who will teach between 25 and 35 sessions of yoga a week, admits it's not always easy balancing running her own business with her rugby career - although the yoga sessions do have their benefits.,However, her rugby career does help her business too, with Donovan working with the Dragons and Wales Sevens squad, plus some individuals from the men's and women's national teams.,The PE teacher looking to grow the women's game
There was also Marine vet William McNulty, who founded Team Rubicon Global (you probably saw their commercials during the World Series); Marine vet Ryan Tate, who returned home, only to venture off to Africa to fight poachers; and Army vet Marc Raciti, who suffered so severely from Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) that he attempted suicide, but lived to write a book about the experience and help others cope with PTSD’s ill effects.,Then there’s a pair of part-time versions—the Army Reserves, which falls under the purview of the federal government, in which you can get sent off to war fairly regularly, depending on what’s brewing in the world at the time, but don’t have to do full-time service; and the Army National Guard, which is dually controlled by the federal and state governments, and offers its soldiers the ability to serve both in state and abroad.,“[The Army] did a great job acclimating the part-time soldiers to the active duty life,” says Boyle.,Then, nearly a decade after Boyle retired from the Army National Guard, he and his wife, Eileen, began thinking about opening their own business.,Boyle tells me that it had always been his Eileen’s dream to open her own gym—she has an Exercise Science degree from the University at Buffalo, a masters in Health and Human Performance from Canisius and has held numerous personal trainer positions—and that’s where Anatomie came into being.
Every week the fastest times at parkrun are celebrated on Fast Running, along with race reports from the UK, Ireland and around the world.,The top 10 was started for multiple reasons, not least because it was believed people would enjoy reading it, but also because Fast Running values the ethos of parkrun and the positive contribution it has made to the running community.,Others say they have trouble getting runners to take the next step to club running, and a select few say that parkrun has stopped these people joining a club in the first place.,Runners should to competing for their clubs first and foremost, and if a name is spotted in the parkrun top 10 on an important weekend in club running, the team won’t shy away and will call it out.,So as part of Fast Running’s commitment, how about adding this to the end of each parkrun article: “If you enjoy running at parkrun, but want to develop and get a bit faster then find a running club near you today.