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2005 Pittsburgh SteelersIndianapolis Colts Playoff Game
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2005 Pittsburgh Steelers–Indianapolis Colts playoff gameThe 2005 Pittsburgh Steelers-Indianapolis Colts playoff game was a National Football League Divisional Round playoff game between the sixth-seeded Pittsburgh Steelers and the top-seeded Indianapolis Colts, taking place during the 2005-06 NFL playoffs at the RCA Dome in Indianapolis, Indiana on January 15, 2006. Although memorable for other reasons, the game is best remembered for a late-game fumble by Steelers running back Jerome Bettis just as the Steelers appeared to have the game won, which would be recovered by the Colts Nick Harper and returned near midfield until Ben Roethlisberger made a shoestring tackle to prevent what would have been a game-winning touchdown for the Colts. The play, which would become known both as The Immaculate Redemption (as a play on the earlier Immaculate Reception that the Steelers were on the winning side of) and The Tackle (not to be confused with an earlier play during Super Bowl XXXIV), has since entered Pittsburgh sports lore, and while initially appearing to be fatal helped the Steelers pull off an upset victory over the Colts, becoming the first-ever number six seed to advance to the AFC Championship Game (or NFC for that matter) en-route to the team's victory in Super Bowl XL, its first Super Bowl victory in 26 years. It would also mark changes to the Colts organization that would result in its first Super Bowl victory since moving to Indianapolis in 1984 only one year later. The game has been featured on NFL Films Game of the Week, and is often marked as one of the greatest NFL games of all-time, as well as one of the biggest upsets in NFL history.— — — — — —1981 Baltimore Colts seasonThe 1981 Baltimore Colts season was the 29th season for the team in the National Football League (NFL). The Colts finished the NFL's 1981 season with a record of 2 wins and 14 losses, tied for fourth in the AFC East division with the New England Patriots, and also tied for the second worst record in the league. However, the Colts finished ahead of New England in the AFC East based on head-to-head sweep (2-0). The victories over New England occurred on the first and last games of the season; Baltimore lost 14 games in between victories. They also won the two games by a combined 3 points, winning 29-28 the first time, and 23-21 the second time. The Colts' defense had one of the worst seasons in NFL history, setting records for points (533) and yards (6,793) allowed. (The yardage record was later surpassed by the 2012 New Orleans Saints, who allowed 7,042.) The Colts gave up more than twice as many points as they scored (259). Conversely, the Patriots, with whom they were tied in the AFC East, only gave up 48 more points than they scored. The Colts' pass defense surrendered a staggering 8.19 yards-per-dropback, the most surrendered by any team in NFL history. The Colts' -274 point differential (points scored vs. points allowed) is the second-worst since the 1970 merger, second only to the 1976 expansion Tampa Bay Buccaneers, who finished 0-14 (ironically, the next year's Colts team went winless as well). The 1981 Colts are the first of only two NFL teams since 1940 to suffer eleven losses in a season during which they never had a lead.[note The Colts allowed 40 points in 4 separate games during the season, which is still an NFL record. The season included a bizarre incident in which, during the Colts' 38-13 loss to the Philadelphia Eagles on November 15, team owner Bob Irsay called plays from the coaches' booth. Quarterback Bert Jones told Sports Illustrated in 1986:. [Irsay] could not have told you how many players there were on the field, never mind what plays we had. All he was trying to do was embarrass the coaches and the players. When he told me to run, I threw. When he told me to throw left, I ran right.— — — — — —1955 Baltimore Colts seasonThe 1955 Baltimore Colts season was the third season for the team in the National Football League. The Baltimore Colts finished the National Football League's 1955 season with a record of 5 wins, 6 losses and 1 tie and finished fourth in the Western Conference
Kansas City Chiefs Womping the Steelers?
Kansas City Chiefs Womping the Steelers?
You are obviously not a fan of your team.How did you miss the game?Did you have something better to do?Then the chiefs pull off an upset over the steelers and you are all of a sudden interested.Johnny part time fan. I dont need to hear your life story.I didnt mean to hurt your one feeling.There are other ways of catching the game.I dont care where im at in the country im catching the steelers game.This is a true story.1. Why do people say Snoop Dogg is an avid steelers fan?Snoop Dogg's an avid supporter of only one thing, which could explain his unfocused support of many other things2. People who hate on the Steelers?I hate them because their from Pittsburgh, trailer park capital of nation. Up there in Appalachia. Also, I mean they like play in my division, I mean their the rivals. The bad guys. Their fans have seemed to spread down here like some kind of cancer. I am in Maryland and there are so many annoying Steeler fans hanging around. On the talk radio in Baltimore they always make the point of reminding us that Hines Ward really needs a kick to the groin3. My son loves the Pittsburgh Steelers so I want to paint the room white w/yellow/gold trim on the windows?I think it might actually look better to do the walls (or at least 1 accent wall) in the yellow color, & trim in white. It would look bolder, but cleaner. :)4. REDSKINS OR STEELERS? WEEK 8?Redskins, got money on them too5. Going to a Cleveland Browns vs. Pittsburgh Steelers game?I've seen guys in opposing teams gear get badly bullied. Be prepared to put up with a lot trash talking and possibly worse6. WHY DO THE PITTSBURGH STEELERS HAVE A LOGO ON ONE SIDE OF THE HELMET AND NOT ON THE OTHER?They always have and it is a tradition. Why lose it?7. will the steelers have the best running game this year and why?Nope. . .They will not. Just Because they got another RB does not make them the best. Vikings (course) Eagles Chargers Giants All got good Running game8. What has happened to the Steelers fan base?Alot of them fell off the bandwagon when the started losing well the fake ones did9. What do you think the primary factor in the Steelers/Ravens game will be this weekend?Baltimore's fatigue10. Should Steelers QB Ben Roethlisberger be benched?One more game to see what he can do11. Can the steelers, repeat? Do you love the physical style pittburgh brings to the table? Jerome Vs. Urlacher?Bengals would not have the wild card EVEN if Palmer played the entire game. Steelers had the momentum. They won 5 straight WHEN THEY HAD TO while the Bunguls could not beat the lowly Bills to clinch it at HOME for their fans. Made them travel to Detroit to do it. Then a loss to the Browns? C'mon. There's CONTENDERS and PRETENDERS. Steelers wo not repeat, but they will win AFC North and first playoff game.12. do you think that the pittsburgh steelers will have a chance in the superbowl this year?Superbowl NO WAY.... playoffs...um... maybe i didnt see the game last night BUT it was just preseason. um.... who will win the superbowl?... RAVENS RAVENS RAVENS!!!!!!!!13. 1985 Chicago Bears vs '79 Steelers in a fantasy game which team would win?Neither Ditka takes the field and scowls at both sidelines and they all die... Winner: Ditka14. NFL: STEELERS LOGO! would their fans embrace the colors?Not a Steelers fan, but for the love of God please throw those throwbacks back into the garbage and use something else as an alternate uniform15. Does it really surprise anybody that the Steelers are back in the super bowl?CUZ THE REFS ARE BIASED!!!!! lol I love that argument. Ya they've shown that they are not like the pats who crumble if Tom Bieber- I mean Brady- gets hurt. They won games without roethlisberger, Aaron smith, polamalu, and with pouncey in for like two snaps against the most confusing and hectic defense in the league. You know why? Cuz they play to win the game not to get the MVP or a contract with old spice. (I am lookin at you ravens) so no I am not suprised that the best TEAM is in the super bowl
Americans, Does It Bother You That the Goverment Never Showed You CLEAR Pictures of the Pentagon's 9
Americans, Does It Bother You That the Goverment Never Showed You CLEAR Pictures of the Pentagon's 9
Americans, does it bother you that the goverment never showed you CLEAR pictures of the pentagon's 9/11 attack?they are stupid sheep , hundreds of video cameras captured the incident— — — — — —Which video camera should I get?I have the Kodak PlaySport and it shoots in amazing HD. It is also waterproof for 10 feet underwater. I am very impressed with it. It is an amazing camera that you should buy.— — — — — —My neighbour has 2 video cameras on my home, directed at my kitchen windows.I have young daughters.?Well, you do not really want to mess with the cameras because in the end you would be the one to get in trouble, however, I do not understand how it is legal. is not that some type of privacy problem. Are you on speaking terms with your neighbor? I would try talking to them and let them know that you do not like it.— — — — — —what is the best skill of the new paparazzi boyfriend of Britney Spears? hiding video cameras, right???u never know. imagine how much money he would get. he's also reportedly married and britney has bought him a car— — — — — —For video cameras, what is the average good pixals?I have a sony ericson, and it only has 2.0 megapixels. Its has a very good quality camera, and when i take movies and post it on youtube, its very clear to see, its not taken from a phone. I recommend you getting a 2.0 megapixel phone or higher. If the phone has under 2.0, then you can see big squares, and when you post it on a website it will be 'pixelated', so try and buy a phone with 2.0 or higher— — — — — —Use in digital video camerasTransport Stream was originally designed for broadcast. Later it was adapted for use with digital video cameras, recorders and players by adding a 4-byte timecode (TC) field to the standard 188-byte packets, resulting in a 192-byte packet. This is what is informally called M2TS stream. The Blu-ray Disc Association calls it "BDAV MPEG-2 transport stream". JVC called it TOD[c] when used in HDD-based camcorders like GZ-HD7. The timecode allows quick access to any part of the stream either from a media player, or from a non-linear video editing system. It is also used to synchronize video streams from several cameras in a multiple-camera setup— — — — — —how can I find out if there hidden video cameras at my work?why do you need to know? thinking about embezzling i would not recommend it— — — — — —What kind of video cameras do they use In. Hollywood?Hi Brady: I can tell from some of your other Y!A discussions that you are a big film fan. "Movies" (to avoid the nitpicking "film vs. video" distinction) are still pretty much produced on real 35mm film stock (with Panavision and Arri cameras being the most popular -- since that's what the rental houses carry). Wes Anderson started off in my area (Texas), where he met Owen, Andrew, & Luke Wilson, and shot the short version of "Bottle Rocket" in black-and-white 16mm film. He thought about shooting the feature-length version in Panavision (and made a camera-test of some footage) but opted for regular 35mm film cameras & lenses. He's not known for shooting digital, yet. P.T. Anderson started out as a kid shooting Betamax home-video & 8mm movie film (saying he found video "easier"). He moved-up to using a Bolex 16mm camera in his late-teens, but shot "The Dirk Diggler Story" (a half-hour story that was the inspiration for "Boogie Nights") on videotape. But none of his major projects are listed as digital cinematography productions. "Digital cinema" is still somewhere between its "infancy" and "adolescence", as the video technology improves both at the production/post-production ("filming" and editing the shots) and distribution/exhibition (duplicating & projecting the movie) ends of the business. It's just been 12 years since George Lucas announced he would shoot "Star Wars: Episode II" (and the succeeding Episode III of the "prequel" trilogy) in 100% digital. Film is in its 2nd century of existence. The resolution quality of the cameras, and the development of professional "cine" models like Sony's CineAlta (used for "Star Wars" II & III, with Panavision modifications), the RED One camera, Arri's D-series & Alexa, and Silicon Imaging's SI-2K -among others- has pushed the acceptance of all-digital as a feature-film shooting medium. And since "3D" cinema is way-easier to distribute & project with video projectors than film models, the current popularity of 3D movies is motivating the theater chains to install state-of-the-art high-brightness video projection systems in almost all their screens. With video being the final source for showing to audiences (both in cinemas and at home), it's easier to convince a studio to "shoot digital". Before the big shift to video at the projection end, someone wishing to use video cameras always had to plan for "scanning to film", a technology that did not always produce the best quality (especially in the early days of decent, affordable video cameras). The other factor that comes into play are the "film craft" unions (IATSE is the largest), who kinda dislike the word "video" since it becomes the jurisdiction of the traditionally Television/Broadcast unions (NABET/CWA). The IATSE members have gone as far as creating job titles like "DIT" (Digital Imaging Technician) instead of Video Engineer, to avoid using the "V"-word. Planning & lighting for video cameras is still somewhat different from traditional film shooting, so directors like Wes Anderson and Paul Thomas Anderson who "grew up" shooting with film stock tend to stay in their comfort zone. hope this helps, --Dennis C.
Airplane Bathrooms Are Shrinking As Airlines Squeeze in More Seats
Airplane Bathrooms Are Shrinking As Airlines Squeeze in More Seats
At 5-foot-8, Eddie Santos is about average size, but on a recent flight from Los Angeles to Washington, a trip to the plane's lavatory left him feeling like Gulliver in the land of Lilliputians. It was a tight fit. "I had to twist my shoulder just to get in," he said. "It was uncomfortable." Flier Melody Arganda was able to squeeze inside, but she said the space was so narrow her thighs brushed against the walls. "Absolutely ridiculous," hrumphed the retired teacher from Riverside, California. "If I were any bigger, I wouldn't have fit." Flying has become a game of inches, with airlines trying to squeeze as many passengers as possible on planes. They have made seats smaller, shrunk legroom and now, as Santos and Arganda discovered on a recent cross-country flight, made the bathrooms so small an average-size person feels squeezed. • Read more: Caught short: Air New Zealand new passenger-to-toilet ratio on Airbus revealed On some of the newer planes flown by American, Delta and United airlines, the bathrooms in coach are just 24 inches wide. For comparison, that's roughly the width of the average dishwasher or the size of Kim Kardashian's waist. By comparison, the average porta-potty is roughly 34 inches wide. Same with the stalls in the women's restrooms at Reagan National Airport. According to the manufacturer, the new-style bathrooms free up enough space to fit six more passengers onboard. Delta was the first to introduce the smaller bathrooms in 2014, but the shift gained more attention late last year when American began using new jets equipped with the tiny lavatories. United debuted theirs in June. Joseph "Pep" Valdes, a parking executive from Los Angeles, who is 5-foot-10, described his experience trying to use the bathroom on a recent American flight to Washington. "If you are one inch taller, I don't know how you'd get in there," he said. "I saw some big guys [on the flight] and wondered . . ." Travelers and consumer groups have bemoaned the downsizing of personal space on planes for years, watching as the average seat, once 18 inches wide, shrank by an inch and a half, and the distance between rows went from an average of 35 inches to 31 inches - 28 inches on some airlines. But bathrooms? Really? "Given the trend line in the decreasing of personal space, this is just another instance of the airlines treating their customers as profit points, not as actual people," said John Breyault, a vice president of the National Consumers League. "I challenge any airline executive at any airline to have to change the diaper of a screaming infant in a two-foot-wide bathroom." (Note: The tiny bathrooms are equipped with pull-down changing tables. But fitting an adult, a baby and a diaper bag in the space would require some manoeuvring.) At 6-foot-1, Zach Guimond, a manufacturing engineer from Iowa has grown accustomed to being squeezed when he travels. But on a recent flight - he can't remember the model of plane - he found himself in a bathroom so tiny, he had to lean to one side to fit inside. "Not only was there barely enough room to turn around, the ceiling was sloped, and I couldn't even stand up straight," he said. "It was pretty uncomfortable." He pulled out his phone and scrolled to a selfie he had taken. His head is angled against one of the walls, a grimace on his face. Shirley Sosin, a retiree from California, remembers the good old days of flying when "you could put our makeup on" in a plane bathroom. "Men could shave. Things have changed," she said. But the reality is this: The nation's airspace can handle only so many flights per day, so airlines have done the next best thing - they have found ways to put more passengers on every flight. A few inches here and there can make a big difference to an airline's bottom line. Gary Weissel, managing officer of Tronos Aviation Consulting, estimated that airlines like American could generate about US$400,000 (NZ$582,000) a year in additional revenue for each seat added. Weissel based his calculation on typical jet usage and the average fare. Last fall, American told investors it could make an additional US $500 million in revenue through 2021 by revamping its 737-800 jets to fit 12 more passengers and its Airbus SE A321 planes to fit nine additional travelers. According to SeatGuru.com, American's 737 MAX 8 has 172 seats - 12 more than the 737-800, which had 160. For those keeping track, that's two additional rows. United's 737-700 jets had 118 seats, but its newer 737-800V3 jets have 166. Translation: That is 48 more people competing for overhead storage. It does not take an engineer to know that all that space for seats has to come from somewhere. On its website, Rockwell Collins, the Iowa-based company that manufactures bathrooms for Boeing's 737, boasts that installing its Advanced Spacewell lavatories can free up space for six additional passengers. All this downsizing comes as the average American's waistline is expanding. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the average American man weighs 196 pounds - nearly 30 pounds more than he did in the 1960s. The average American woman weighs 166 - nearly 19 pounds more than she did in the 1960s. In addition, nearly 79 million Americans are obese - that is 35 percent of the population, and the number is projected to reach 50 percent by 2030. But you do not have to be overweight to feel the squeeze when you fly. There is no federal standard for bathroom size on single-aisle aircraft, so the decision is largely left to the airlines and manufacturers. However, aircraft with 60 or more seats that do not have an accessible bathroom for people with disabilities must provide an onboard wheelchair to provide access as long they have been given 48 hours notice. The chairs are designed to help disabled passengers get to the bathroom door - but not necessarily inside the lavatory. Alison McAfee, a spokeswoman for Airlines for America, which represents some of the nation's largest carriers, counters that airlines have invested billions to upgrade their fleets and give travellers - at every price point - more options. Indeed, airlines brag that today's planes are lighter and more fuel-efficient, with roomier overhead bins and WiFi connections so speedy that travellers may forget they are hurtling through the air 30,000 feet above the ground. Though in many cases, passengers have to pay extra to connect or even to use the overhead bins. "In 2017 alone, airlines invested an estimated US$19.9 billion to enhance their product and customer experience, including newer larger aircraft, larger overhead bins and various amenities that customers want when they travel," McAfee said. But what about the tiny bathrooms? "The idea that airlines would intentionally downgrade the flying experience or undermine safety is a flawed premise," she said. On a United flight from Houston and Orlando, Zach Honig, editor-at-large for ThePointsGuy.com, a travel-advice website, watched passengers as they emerged from the smaller lavatories. "All of them seemed really surprised," he said. Not just by the size, he said, but by the sink, which was so tiny it was impossible to emerge without getting soaked. The bathrooms, Honig later wrote on his blog, were "shockingly bad." Maddie King, a spokeswoman for United, said lavatories on the airline's newer 737s are the "industry standard." Joshua Freed, spokesman for American Airlines, said the company is "not unique and not alone" in lavatory size. Delta Air Lines declined to say how many of its planes have been equipped with the smaller bathrooms, but they do include jets that fly out of National. All said they are not aware of passenger complaints about the bathrooms. However, earlier this year, flight attendants from American Airlines raised safety concerns about the smaller bathrooms with chief executive Doug Parker. "We certainly hear about it from passengers," said Jeffrey Ewing, national safety and security chair for the Association of Professional Flight Attendants, which represents American's flight attendants. "The bathrooms are very small. The sinks are tiny. They are not very comfortable." Flight attendants from other unions have also raised concerns. "These 'space-saving' bathrooms have created accessibility issues for passengers of size and passengers with disabilities," said Taylor Garland, spokeswoman for the Association of Flight Attendants-CWA. "Depending on the airline's configuration, the aft bathroom doors have caused physical injuries to passengers and crew. We continue to press airlines to mitigate these issues and ensure accessibility for all passengers. But this issue deserves attention and needs to be addressed." So how much have bathrooms shrunk? Airlines won't comment on specific dimensions, and manufacturers such as Boeing said the information is proprietary. A spokeswoman for Rockwell Collins, the Iowa-based company that manufactures lavatories for the Boeing 737, said they, too, are barred from commenting on bathroom dimensions but directed a reporter to the company's website, which details the benefits of the lavatory options offered. Its Advanced Spacewell lavatory frees "up to seven additional inches of cabin space." Airlines interested in installing the lavatories on existing aircraft could free up space for "an additional 6 passengers in certain configurations," the website notes. The company indicated that the trend toward smaller lavatories is driven in part by the rise of low-cost carriers like Spirit and Allegiant that are catering to fliers who care more about price than comfort. "As the industry continues its move toward a multitiered model of travel, so has the need for different lavatory options," said Pam Tvrdy-Cleary, a spokeswoman for Rockwell Collins. Consumer groups, however, are fighting back. They argue that downsizing on planes - whether seats or bathrooms - isn't just a matter of comfort but also of safety. The Flyers Rights Education Fund last year petitioned a federal appeals court to impose a moratorium that would stop airlines from reducing the size of seats. Judge Patricia Millett of the US Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit denied the request, but she did instruct the Federal Aviation Administration to explain why smaller seats are not a safety hazard. The FAA responded over the summer saying it is up to the airlines to determine the appropriate seat size, noting the issue is one of comfort, not safety. As part of the FAA reauthorisation legislation passed in September, lawmakers directed the FAA to issue regulations that establish standards for minimum seat size. Whether that will lead to more comfortable seating, however, is unclear. Paul Hudson, president of Flyers Rights, the group that filed the petition, is concerned that the FAA will only reiterate its earlier position. The US Department of Transportation's inspector general, however, has launched an audit that will look at whether changes in seat design may have an impact on evacuation procedures. The audit comes at the request of Rep. Peter DeFazio, D-Ore., who is likely to become the next chairman of the House Transportation Committee when Democrats take control of the chamber in January. Weissel, the aviation consultant, said complaints about the bathrooms are unlikely to discourage airlines from trying to find new ways to add even more seats. There is too much revenue at stake. Add to that this: The vast majority of the public flies so infrequently that people may not even realize the bathrooms have gotten smaller. Even if they do, they may not care, he said. He may be right. Personal space may be shrinking, but the appetite for travel remains robust. Airlines for America said it expects record numbers of people to travel this holiday season. And officials with the Transportation Security Administration expect to screen more than 25 million passengers nationwide between now and Nov. 26 - a 5 percent increase over last year. Breyault, of the National Consumers League, said he thinks the demand is tied to the economy rather than better service. "We live in a big country, and people have to fly all the time because they don't really have a lot of great alternatives." For some, upgraded wireless and roomier overhead bins may be enough. Honig said the WiFi on the flight was the best he has ever experienced, though he noted that it was not free. As for the bathroom, he figures there is only so much give. He is looking on the bright side. After all, he said: "There's no way they can get any smaller unless they shrink the passenger." - Washington Post
What about CIF of Steel Door Series?
What about CIF of Steel Door Series?
At Guangzhou House Empery Co.,Ltd, we can trade under CIF terms. CIF stands for cost, insurance, freight. The price of goods in CIF contracts is inclusive of freight and insurance cost to the destination. The temptation to buy on CIF basis is very hard to resist as it removes so many hassles and headaches. Under CIF contracts, you don’t have to coordinate with a freight forwarder and do not have to negotiate freight rates. All you have to do is to wait for the vessel or airplane to arrive. And if there is any incident during the transportation, such as cargo lost or damaged, you could get redress against the carriers and insurer. So if your order amount is huge and you do not want to deal with logistics issues, CIF contract is recommended. DIGAH has developed into a qualified and reliable manufacturer in China. We specialize in the development, production, and sales of kitchen and bathroom cabinets. bedroom door lock series manufactured by DIGAH include multiple types. And the products shown below belong to this type. DIGAH aluminium folding door has been put through rigorous testing. It has passed colorfastness testing, fabric construction testing, strength testing, dimensional stability testing, and flammability testing. Enjoy every moment of your life! This product is corrosion resistant. It has been tested in salt fog harsh environment to determine its resistance to the effects of a salt atmosphere. Love our team, Love Delicate Home Life.We are committed to consistently promoting our brand in communication and marketing to all audiences-linking customer needs with stakeholder expectations and building beliefs in our future and value. Call now!
Huawei Is in Early Negotiations to Sell Its High-end Smartphone P and Mate Series Businesses
Huawei Is in Early Negotiations to Sell Its High-end Smartphone P and Mate Series Businesses
On January 25, Reuters released an exclusive news that two sources disclosed that Huawei was conducting initial negotiations on the sale of its high-end smartphone P and mate series businesses. In this regard, Huawei responded on the afternoon of the 25th that Huawei has no plan to sell its mobile phone business and will adhere to building a world leading high-end smartphone brand.Reuters said that Huawei is currently in talks with a consortium led by an investment company supported by the Shanghai municipal government to conduct initial negotiations on the sale of its high-end smartphone brands P and mate series. The talks between the two sides have lasted for several months, but the contents of the discussions are confidential.It is reported that Huawei is discussing the stripping of mobile phones. The target is its Shanghai terminal related departments. The R & D of Huawei's high-end series mate and P is mainly located in Shanghai. It is reported that in addition to mobile phones, tablets and other products will also be sold together, leaving only Hisilicon and base station business.At the same time, some media reported that Huawei is negotiating with a consortium led by enterprises supported by the Shanghai government on the sale of high-end smartphone brands P and mate. The negotiation has lasted for several months and was triggered by insufficient chip supply.In response to this report, Huawei responded on the 25th that Huawei has no plan to sell its mobile phone business at all. Huawei will adhere to building a world leading high-end smartphone brand and strive to provide consumers with excellent product experience and services.It is worth mentioning that Huawei denied the rumors about the glory sale before, but it didn't take long to come true.Due to the regulatory policies of the United States, Huawei could not obtain high-end mobile phone chips, and the development of terminal business was blocked. In order to survive, Huawei had to divest some businesses. On November 17, 2020, Huawei confirmed to sell glory and suppliers took over the offer.At that time, several Huawei supply chain enterprises issued a joint statement that Shenzhen Zhixin new information technology Co., Ltd. had signed an acquisition agreement with Huawei Investment Holding Co., Ltd. to complete the comprehensive acquisition of business assets related to glory brand. After the sale, Huawei no longer holds any shares in new glory.Today, glory is rapidly recovering in the supply chain. Recently, Zhao Ming, CEO of glory Terminal Co., Ltd., said that after the glory official declared independence, almost all supply partners have resumed their supply and have not been restrained. AMD, Intel, Samsung, micron, Qualcomm, Microsoft, MTK (MediaTek) and other suppliers have cooperated.
Youtube Videos About Opening Car Door Locks
Youtube Videos About Opening Car Door Locks
If you were born during the age of the internet, there is no denying that YouTube is a cultural phenomenon of global proportions. This is where people post videos that turn out to be legends in their own right. The more popular videos are the ones that feature techniques on how to open car door locks.This is a very popular video because it opens the possibility of getting access to the car door without a real key. It is like keyless entry in a way. It also made people concerned because it could mean that their expensive cars may be in danger of getting stolen.One of those myths deals with opening a locked car door with the use of a cellular phone. In the video a person locks in their key inside the car. The car makes use of an automatic radio controlled lock. Luckily the car owner has a spare key at home and a mobile phone. He calls his roommate and asks him to press the unlock key and point it to the receiver of the phone. He then points the speaker of the phone towards the car and the door magically opens.The theory behind this is that a cellular phone and the remote control on a door lock operate using the same technology which is radio frequencies. That is why when a person presses the signal through the mobile phone it travels like our voices do when we talk to our friend.It may seem that it is a valid point, but this is merely a hoax designed to generate hits in YouTube. Although a cellular phone uses radio frequencies to send the signals through it does not operate within the same frequencies.A mobile phone is designed to cut signals not within the normal range of human hearing or their speaking voice. The frequency of a remote control door lock is either too high or too low for the human ear to hear, much like the frequency of a whistle used to call dogs. It would be more effective to use a mobile locksmith to open your door than it is for a mobile phone to do so.Another popular YouTube video is the one where they try to open a car door that is locked and they do it by using a tennis ball. The way the video opens the door is by punch a small hole going directly to the center of the ball.The theory is that the tennis ball, when pressed would produce air pressure that will push the mechanism in the lock open long enough for the door lock to be opened. If this were true, a girl would just bring a tennis ball in their purses and they instantly have a master key in their purse.The problem is that there are holes in that theory. First of all the tennis ball would not be able to push the pins on the lock since the pins are spring loaded. It will also be difficult for the tennis ball to create a steady stream of air for the lock to be activated. Finally, it will not be possible for the tennis ball to maintain the air pressure to open the lock because the lock mechanism is not pressurized to contain air.The moral lesson of the story is to not believe the videos you find in YouTube. If you are ever locked out of your car, it would be better to call a Locksmith than make a futile attempt at trying these videos out.
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