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The Local Government of Budapest wants to impose very strict rules on street-music, they want to prohibit playing in undergrounds.
This would not only deprive me and other street-musicians of make a living during winter, but would make a colorful, entertaining, cultural aspect of Budapest streets disappear.
Please support my goal, and give a chance to the musicians and to the music.
"Music belongs to Everyone"(Kodály)
Rule 23 immortal night is unfair to people who like to talk to people on the forums and also people who like to role play and other stuff they like to do with other people for fun. Basically they are forcing people to stop what they like to do and make them get sidetracked to trying to level up when they could level up and post in the forums at their own pace which seems fair.
Can the people who are signing this petition also include their ImmortalNight USERNAME in the First and last name box
Rule requires player to be 19 years old and 1 year removed from high school.
Takes away the right for the player to make a living.
Player could get injured in college possibly ruining chances at a professional career.
I'd like for any student who goes to Jennings County High School who is willing to support the right to wear piercings at school to sign.
SAVE OUR WATTS!
This is a petition against the EU removing the measure of power "watts" from lightbulbs and replacing them with the measure "lumens". From September next year, lightbulbs in the European Union will no longer be marked with wattage, they will instead be marked in lumens. There is fear these bulbs are linked to several health issues including skin rashes, migraine and epilepsy. There are also safety concerns because of their mercury content, which makes them difficult and dangerous to dispose of. Watts is our standard measure for the power produced by a lightbulb and is understood worldwide. This will also undoubtly have an affect on our children aswell, as watts is often used in Physics and is an intracil part of it. However without this in mainstream society, it will most likely prove to be negative on our children's understanding of the measure.
The Watt is named after Scotsman James Watt, the developer of the steam engine amongst other creations such as rotary engine and letter copying press (essentialy a very early photocopier). The unit of power was first accepted into the British Association for the Advancement of Science in 1889 and since it's acception into the International System of Units in 1960 it has been ever-present on almost every lightbulb world-wide.
At the commencement of the 2007 season, the AFL Rules Committee made a change to the interpretation of the rule relating to the positioning of a player's hands in the back of an opponent.
They decreed that any form of contact made by the hand in the back of another player, whether to push or just position in a marking contest, was to be penalised with a free kick.
This was a change from the last twenty years, when a free kick was only awarded for a visible and forceful push in the back of an opponent.
The justification for the rule change was to ensure a fairer contest and promote the scoring ability of forwards.