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Adobe DC on Windows is a useful tool to edit your file on a PC. This is especially useful when you deal with a lot of work about file edit in your local environment. So, let'get started.
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On the second day of the president’s stay at Walter Reed Medical Center, administration officials released photos showing Trump hard at work inside the presidential suite at the hospital.Photos: “President Donald J. Trump works in the presidential suite at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center in Bethesda, Maryland Saturday, October 3, 2020, after testing positive for COVID-19. (Official White House Photo by Joyce N. Boghosian.)” The White House released photos of Trump working in hospital that critics say appears to be a publicity stuntThe photos were meant to reassure an anxious public, and show that the commander-in-chief is still in charge, despite his illness.However, the snapshots appear to show something quite different.Jon Ostrower, the editor-in-chief of The Air Current (a digital aviation publication), was the first to point out the metadata in the photos themselves.The EXIF (Exchangeable image file format) data embedded in the photos posted by the Associated Press demonstrates that they were taken only ten minutes apart.The photo above was taken at 8:25pm Eastern time. (Ostrower is in Seattle, so the site adjusted the time zone to 5:25pm.)The second photo above was taken at 8:35pm Eastern Time.The same props (binder, folders, and paper) appear in both photos. Critics also pointed out that the photo in the conference room clearly shows the president signing his name to a blank piece of paper.I suppose you could claim that the papers could contain national security information, and were thus removed. If that is the case, it would seem odd that the EXIF data was not stripped, which is a simple process.For the president and his staff, we have only two explanations.They are incompetent, and did not realize that the photos contain easily identifiable data.They do realize the data is there, and simply do not care.I hope the president has a swift and speedy recovery, and leaves the hospital as soon as possible.I also hope that the next time he attempts ham-fisted, nakedly transparent propaganda, he is better served by his staff during all subsequent deceptions.Footnotes Trump in Walter Reed photo-op appears to sign blank paper to show he's well and "relentless" Trump in Walter Reed photo-op appears to sign blank paper to show he's well and "relentless" Trump in Walter Reed photo-op appears to sign blank paper to show he's well and "relentless" Trump in Walter Reed photo-op appears to sign blank paper to show he's well and "relentless" Jon Ostrower on Twitter Jon Ostrower on Twitter Jon Ostrower on Twitter Jon Ostrower on Twitter Jon Ostrower on Twitter Jon Ostrower on Twitter Jon Ostrower on Twitter Jon Ostrower on Twitter Andrew Feinberg on Twitter Andrew Feinberg on Twitter Andrew Feinberg on Twitter Andrew Feinberg on Twitter How to remove personal information from photos in Windows 10 How to remove personal information from photos in Windows 10 How to remove personal information from photos in Windows 10 How to remove personal information from photos in Windows 10
Emotionally, what has been the hardest thing you have ever experienced in life so far?
Would have to be when I faced the cold hard truth that my wife might not survive her battle with cancer. Here she is around 2009 about a year before her diagnosis. Beautiful, isn't she?In January 2010, my wife, Andrea, was diagnosed with stage 4 esophageal cancer. Her only symptoms were trouble swallowing. Tests showed a large malignant tumor in her esophagus.Her doctors swung into action and mapped out a treatment plan, which involved 30 plus radiation treatments and heavy doses of chemotherapy. The goal was to shrink the tumor in order to remove it.A feeding tube was placed because once treatment began she couldn't swallow. She responded well to treatment and by May was ready for surgery.She endured an 8 hour surgery at University of Virginia Medical Center. Esophagus removed, stomach rebuilt into a tube attached up to where esophagus had been. First few days after surgery were terrible for her. I faced the realization that I might be driving home alone and her riding back in a hearse.But she is strong and determined and would not give up. She kept fighting and grew a little stronger each day. She was released after 10 days and began an extended recovery.Seven years later she is cancer free. Here we are last Christmas.Miracles do happen.I shared this to encourage anyone facing cancer to fight it and not give up.
How is Yoko Ono living these days?
It seems Yoko, 87, hasn’t been well, needs help walking with Sean or a caregiver and has been seen in a wheelchair. No one knows what her illness is. Yoko’s assets are about $700 million. She still lives in the 9 room apartment that she once shared with John. And she’s been selling off properties. In 2013, she sold a penthouse that Sean lived in for years for $8.3 million. In 2017, Yoko sold a building for $6,450,000. In 2016, Yoko was hospitalized for the flu but everyone had thought she had had a stroke. In 2018, Yoko released Warzone, a solo album which includes new versions previously recorded tracks including “Imagine”. Yoko donated $250,000 to Montefiore Medical Center in the Bronx to support frontline health-care workers. She also donated $50,000 to West Side Campaign Against Hunger. And she recently supported and helped musicians. For more info on Yoko Ono, check out Wikipedia or the New York Post.
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