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Didn’t think so. You might have to do it yourself.

The Advance searched the borough’s name on Twitter this week, and the results frequently showed tweets slamming the Island.

The finds range from traffic and the Staten Island Ferry (no surprises here), to the borough being a place full of undesirable individuals living on a borough that folks would prefer to escape. Others include folks reporting their arrival at the College of Staten Island. On Thursday, folks retweeted updates about turkeys having a presence within the borough.

But you never have to search long to find the bashing.

Down to earth, mature people do not exist on Staten Island. “This traffic is ridiculous.

Now I’m going to tweet to the Staten Island expressway asking them for no traffic cause its my birthday

Not all results showed tweets slamming the borough.

Another of her tweets said “if you have a problem w. Staten Island . then leave ya (expletive) in your (expletive) borough cause we don’t like you either.”
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A man watches a TV news program reporting about a missile launch of North Korea, at the Seoul Train Station in Seoul, South Korea, Tuesday, May 31, 2016. A North Korean missile launch likely failed on Tuesday, according to South Korea military, the latest in a string of high profile failures that tempers somewhat recent worries that Pyongyang was pushing quickly toward its goal of a nuclear tipped missile that can reach America mainland. and South Korean militaries said, the fourth in a series of high profile failures that somewhat temper recent worries that the North is pushing quickly toward its goal of a nuclear tipped missile that can reach America mainland. military bases in Asia and the Pacific.

Yonhap cited an unidentified government source as saying the missile exploded at a mobile launch pad as soon as the launch button was pressed. The report, if confirmed, suggests the missile may have even failed to lift off. Yonhap did not say how its source obtained the information.

South Korea military couldn confirm the report. The Joint Chiefs of Staff said in a statement that North Korea attempted to launch an unidentified missile early in the morning from the eastern coastal town of Wonsan, but that it likely failed. It released no other details. Department of Defense said in a statement that its assessment also indicated that the launch was a failure. Security Council resolutions that prohibit North Korea from using ballistic missile technology.

Despite the recent failures, there have been growing worries about North Korea nuclear and missile activities this year, which include a nuclear test in January and a rocket launch in February that outsiders saw as a test of banned long range missile technology.

White House spokesman Josh Earnest said the failed missile test did not pose a threat to North America. But he cautioned that “North Korea continued pursuit of ballistic missile and nuclear weapons capabilities pose a significant threat to the United States,
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our allies, and to the stability of the greater Asia Pacific.”

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un issued an order in March that tests be conducted of a nuclear warhead and ballistic missiles capable of carrying such warheads. military drills that it sees as a rehearsal for an invasion.

“I think they keep firing (Musudans) because they continuously failed” in previous launches, said Lim Eul Chul, a North Korea expert at South Korea Kyungnam University. “They continue to make efforts to upgrade (Musudan capability to a level that can satisfy their leader.”

South Korea has dismissed as “propaganda” repeated overtures by North Korea for talks, which some analysts see as an attempt by the North to win concessions from its rivals. South Korea Foreign Ministry warned Tuesday that North Korea will face stronger sanctions if it doesn stop provocations.

Lim said Tuesday launch attempt shows that North Korea is openly pressing ahead with its vow to bolster its military strength, regardless of whether it is pushing for talks with South Korea. “For them, upgrading Musudan capability is a different matter from seeking a dialogue with South Korea,” he said.

In April, North Korea attempted unsuccessfully to launch three suspected Musudan missiles. All exploded in mid air or crashed, according to South Korean defense officials. military bases in Guam within their striking distance. mainland, but that the North is working on that technology.

Before April suspected launches, North Korea had never flight tested a Musudan missile, although one was displayed during a military parade in 2010 in Pyongyang, its capital.

“That not unconditional surrender. That a reasonable and consistent objective of ours. We have a vastly improved chance of getting that with China full cooperation,
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MOUNTAINEERING A man in his 30s recently told me that few young adults, even climbers, know anything about Spokane Mountaineer Chris Kopczynski.

That stunning considering that the local contractor is a Seven Summits veteran and joined John Roskelley to be the first American team to climb the north face of the Eiger. He pioneered routes in mountains around the region all the way to Everest. on Oct. 8 at the Bing Crosby Theater in Spokane. Proceeds will benefit the Dishman Hills Conservancy. Tickets, $17 through TicketsWest outlets.

But even if the present can sometimes be oblivious, time does not forget great moments in history.

The 1980 Spokane to Makalu Expedition was recognized in 2002 by the American Alpine Club as one of the world 10 most significant climbs of the 20th century.

The four man team of Roskelley, Kopczynski, Jim States and Kim Momb culminated an 80 day Himilayan ordeal of pain sickness and danger by becoming the first American expedition to reach the 27,790 foot summit of Makalu, the world fifth highest peak.

Read a full account of the climb:

And since we talking about an event of Historical significance, here are links to six stories that appeared in The Spokesman Review over the course of the preparation and climb in 1980:

(Originally published Jan. 27, 1980) If everything works out right, four hometown mountaineers could spread the name farther in three months than the Chamber of Commerce spreads it in three years.

(Originally published May 11, 1980) At the base of Makalu, the world fifth highest peak, Chris Kopczynski wrote to his wife, Sharon, “Haven seen a newspaper in weeks. How are the hostages?”On March 27, Kopczynski, John Roskelley, Kim Momb and Jim States reached base camp, 17,100 feet.

(Originally published May 24, 1980) Spokane, Wash., mountaineer John Roskelley climbed 27,807 foot Mount Makalu, the world fifth highest mountain, but asked the Nepalese government not to give him the credit. Roskelley, 32, said in a message to the government that the successful summit assault could not have succeeded without the combined effort of is three teammates, also from Spokane.

(Originally published June 15, 1980) Almost reaching the top of a mountain might sound hollow to someone who never been part of a team. Chris Kopczynski and Jim States trained for months, blew thousands of dollars and punished themselves for six weeks at high altitude only to turn back within 500 feet of joining teammate John Roskelley on Makalu 27,790 foot summit. So why are they smiling?

(Originally published June 15, 1980) When they left Spokane Feb. 28, they knew the risks and the difficulty of climbing a major Himalayan peak. Or at least they thought they did. On May 15, the four man expedition from Spokane John Roskelley, Dr. Jim States, Chris Kopczynski and Kim Momb the first American team to climb Makalu, the fifth highest peak in the world, in an 80 day odyssey laced with glory, pain, anger, dysentery and loneliness.

(Originally published Aug. 15, 1980) While his teammates took advantage of a perfect day to struggle to the top of the world fifth highest peak, a lonely Kim Momb lay 8,000 feet below in his base camp tent. God had given Kim the strength and talent of an Olympic champion, but the knees of an average man. At 24, he had proven he had the raw talent to be one of the best mountaineers in the United States.
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NEW YORK Tobacco Road intersects with Flatbush Avenue this week when the Atlantic Coast Conference Tournament comes to the Barclays Center in Brooklyn.

College basketball most storied conference begins a two year run in New York City as the ACC tries to claim some ownership in the country largest media market. It will be the first time the ACC Tournament has been played north of the Mason Dixon Line, though the conference ties to New York city run deep especially at the University of North Carolina.

Tar Heels greats such as Billy Cunningham, Kenny Smith and Charlie Scott, the first black scholarship player at North Carolina, were native New Yorkers, as was Hall of Famer Frank McGuire, the coach who preceded Dean Smith in Chapel Hill.

In the 1990s, Georgia Tech lured star point guard Kenny Anderson from Queens to the ACC and later pulled Stephon Marbury from Brooklyn.

Since the ACC Tournament started in 1954, it has only been held outside of the state of North Carolina 12 times, with Washington the northernmost site. Of course, this ACC looks a lot different from the one Smith coached in for 36 years.

The conference began its northern expansion in 2005 when it added Boston College, the third of three schools it lured away from the Big East, along with Miami and Virginia Tech.

Then in 2013 and the ACC raided the Big East again, adding Syracuse, Pittsburgh, Notre Dame and Louisville. For years, those schools would come to New York to play their conference tournament in Madison Square Garden. The five former Big East schools in the ACC claim 11 tournament championships from their old conference, including four by Syracuse and coach Jim Boeheim.

Louisville coach Rick Pitino grew up in New York and coached in the Big East twice, first with Providence.

used to Madison Square Garden, I not sure how it will be in Brooklyn, Pitino said. Big East was always pretty much a home crowd for Syracuse, Connecticut and when St. John was good, certainly. Georgetown and Villanova would bring their contingent of fans. national champion Villanova, Georgetown, St. John and the rest of the new look Big East is still holding court at the Garden, which is several subway stops away from Barclays.

So the ACC brokered a deal with Barclays and the Atlantic 10, which has been holding its tournament at the home of the NBA Nets, to bring its tournament to Brooklyn.

A little like last year NCAA final, when Villanova beat North Carolina, the ACC and Big East will go head to head this week in New York.

Things to watch for when the ACC comes to the Big Apple:

No. 5 North Carolina will try to become the first repeat ACC Tournament champion since Duke in 2011. The Tar Heels come to Brooklyn as the top seed and a successful weekend at Barclays could make them a No. 1 seed in the NCAA Tournament.

North Carolina, along with second seeded Florida State, third seeded Notre Dame and No. 4 seed Louisville, get a double bye into the quarterfinals and don play until Thursday. The Tar Heels will face the winner of a Wednesday second round game between Syracuse and Miami.

The ACC figures to have plenty of representation in the NCAA field of 68, with an outside shot of matching the record of 11 bids by the Big East in in 2011.

At least eight ACC teams seem like locks. No. 14 Duke, Virginia Tech, Miami and No. 21 Virginia all look safely in the field, along with the top four ACC seeds. Among those on the bubble are Syracuse, Wake Forest and Georgia Tech.
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The ACC football championship game will return to North Carolina this season and will remain their for the foreseeable future after the league reached an agreement with the city of Charlotte to host the title game through 2020.

The reversal of course was announced by the league’s Council of Presidents earlier this month, who voted unanimously to return the conference’s championship games to the state after lawmakers repealed the controversial HB2 legislation that discriminated against those in the LGBT community.

“We are pleased that ACC neutral site championships will return to the state of North Carolina beginning with the 2017 18 academic year,” said ACC Commissioner John Swofford. “We value all of our partners in North Carolina and appreciate their support and cooperation. We are thrilled to renew our relationships with so many terrific people, outstanding cities and first class venues.”

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Brooklyn, NY. The disparity in styles is almost as wide as you can get. So is the experience of each program in this game.

North Carolina has 18 ACC titles and 100 tournament wins on their resume. The Tar Heels like to play fast, averaging almost 83 points and 74 possessions per game.

Virginia has only two ACC championships, and 40 tournament wins to their credit. They play slower than most, averaging 67 points (310th in the nation) and just over 62 possessions per game (last in the NCAA).

But, there the defense. Virginia has been ranked as the best in the country all season long, by a relatively wide margin. while the Tar Heels give up 20 points per game more on average.

If styles make fights in boxing, tonight ACC title game will be one for the ages. This will be a rematch of the 2016 ACC title game won by the Tar Heels.

is a complete group, said UVA head coach Tony Bennett. unity is as good as any as I ever coached, and those other teams had very good unity. I think there some balance. We have good size, and they relentless the way they play, and that the way we have to play to be good. probably could play a lot of ways, but I think this way fits this group of guys, and they have bought in and embraced it in a way that I thankful to have, and they been a joy to coach. became the first team in ACC history to ascend to the number one spot in the country after beginning the season unranked, a feat not lost on tonight opposing head coach.

realize they weren even picked in the top 25? UNC head coach Roy Williams asked rhetorically after his team semifinal win over Duke. he (Bennett) done this year is the kind of year for a coach that you dream about. So I going to say those things because they well deserved, but we have to play better. We really have to play a lot better, and if we play a lot better, then we have a chance. teams met once during the regular season, a 12 point UVA win in early January that Williams called a whoopin The Tar Heels believe they have improved since that loss, especially on the defensive end.

think also defensively we really stepped up these past couple games and played a lot better, said UNC forward Luke Maye. think that important for us to continue, especially against their team. They very good defensively, as well. great defensively, and we just got to make sure we limit our mistakes said UNC guard Joel Berry. you make a turnover, you know that you going down and you about to play defense for 30 seconds because they keep moving the ball until they get what they want to get, so we have to limit our turnovers and make sure that we getting great shots on the offensive end. the Cavaliers were happy with their semifinal win over Clemson, it brought them little satisfaction, emblematic of a team that knows they still have a lot of basketball to play this season beyond tonight.

very motivated and focused to bring home that title, said Cavaliers guard Kyle Guy. won be satisfied until we do. guys know who we are, added fellow guard Devon Hall. not a knockout punch kind of team. going to grind it, grind it, grind it.
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ACADIA NATIONAL PARK, Maine People who want the experience of camping overnight in Maine’s only national park are expected to have a third option next summer.

Technically, the new campground on the Schoodic Peninsula, on the eastern side of Frenchman Bay, will not be on park property, as the Seawall and Blackwoods campgrounds on Mount Desert Island are. But Acadia officials say they are working on an agreement with the property owner, Lyme Timber, that would allow the park to operate and maintain the campground, which will be located between the village of Winter Harbor and the park’s picnic area at Frazer Point.

Officials have said this week that construction on the campground is expected to begin soon and to be completed by the summer of 2015. Peter Stein, Lyme Timber managing director, said Wednesday that getting permits for the campground proposal so far has cost Lyme Timber “more than $100,000” but he did not have a total cost estimate for the project.

Stein has said a philanthropic family foundation that prefers to remain anonymous has purchased an interest in the “critical” 3,200 acre property to ensure it is conserved, that there is permanent public access to it, and to help plan what sort of improvements might be made. The camping facilities are intended to replace the loss of camping facilities on the Schoodic Peninsula when the 148 acre Ocean Wood Campground in neighboring Gouldsboro closed in 2009, Stein has said.

The new campground, which will be about a mile south of Route 186, is expected to have 100 sites, with some offering electrical service for recreational vehicles and others reserved for tents.

Bicycle paths across the peninsula will be constructed to connect the campground to the Gouldsboro village of Wonsqueak Harbor, where the one way loop road through the park becomes a two way road, and to the former Ocean Wood Campground site on the eastern side of the peninsula.

Hiking trails also will be built on the Lyme Timber property, seamlessly connecting with existing trails on adjacent property owned by the park.

Sheridan Steele, superintendent of Acadia, said this week that park officials believe the new seasonal campground will have between 250 and 300 overnight guests each night between early June and late October every year. Because the park and Lyme Timber have not yet worked out a management agreement for the campground, no reservation system has been set up and other details such as staffing and how operations will be funded have yet to be determined, he said.

But it is clear that the campground will help provide an economic boost to nearby towns, the superintendent added.

“This will extend the average length of stay in that area from a few hours to several days or longer and it means that these people will be shopping for groceries and other supplies in town,” Steele wrote Wednesday in an email. “Local shops and restaurants will also see benefit from these overnight guests.”

The campground, he added, “will be really helpful to the local economy, particularly since the Navy left.”

Acadia’s Schoodic Education and Research Center, at the tip of the peninsula, is located on the site of a former Navy base that the military vacated in 2002.

Steele said that though the campground and trails are expected to attract more tourists to the peninsula, the park hopes to strike a balance by which it can maintain the peninsula’s reputation as a less crowded alternative to Mount Desert Island in the summer.

“We hope to maintain the high quality visitor experience in the Schoodic district,” Steele wrote. “We are hopeful that we can encourage most visitors to leave their cars parked and to enjoy the area by bike, foot or Island Explorer. We will likely implement some policies to provide for the safety of bikers, the number [of which] surely will increase, such as prohibiting large RVs from the loop road on Schoodic during the busiest season.”

The campground is being built on a 3,200 acre property that Lyme Timber bought in 2011, much to the relief of park officials and conservationists who were worried that the prior owner would follow through with plans to build a large resort next to the Schoodic portion of Acadia National Park. At the time, Lyme Timber promised to work with conservation groups Maine Coast Heritage Trust and Friends of Acadia and others to create a plan for the property that, in the company’s words, “takes into account its conservation values and considers appropriate resource development.”
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