Κυριακή, 18 Ιανουαρίου 2009

Τα αποτελέσματα και η βαθμολογία στη Superleague





Στους αγώνες της 18ης αγωνιστικής του πρωταθλήματος ΟΠΑΠ της Superleague σημειώθηκαν τα εξής αποτελέσματα:

Πανσερραϊκός-Ολυμπιακός 0-1
Αστέρας Τρίπολης-Θρασύβουλος 3-0
Ηρακλής-ΑΕΚ 0-1
Λεβαδειακός-Εργοτέλης 4-0
ΟΦΗ-Πανιώνιος 2-0
Ξάνθη-Λάρισα 1-1
Παναθηναϊκός-Αρης 4-0
ΠΑΟΚ-Πανθρακικός 2-0

ΒΑΘΜΟΛΟΓΙΑ (Σε 18 αγώνες)

1. Ολυμπιακός 45
2. Παναθηναϊκός 36
3. ΠΑΟΚ 36
4. ΑΕΚ 31
5. Λάρισα 26
6. Πανιώνιος 25
7. Αρης 24
8. Ξάνθη 23
9. Πανθρακικός 22
10. Ηρακλής 22
11. Λεβαδειακός 22
12. Εργοτέλης 20
13. Αστέρας Τρίπολης 17
14. ΟΦΗ 14
15. Θρασύβουλος 12
16. Πανσερραϊκός 11



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Η ΣΗΜΕΡΙΝΗ ΚΛΗΡΩΣΗ ΤΟΥ ΤΖΟΚΕΡ - ΟΙ ΤΥΧΕΡΟΙ ΑΡΙΘΜΟΙ!






Οι τυχεροί αριθμοί του ΤΖΟΚΕΡ:



1, 3, 10, 19, 28 ΤΖΟΚΕΡ: 2 ΤΖΑΚ-ΠΟΤ








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Στο Νο1 του Hot 100 του Billboard η Lady GaGa με το Just Dance!










Η Lady GaGa παραμένει στο Νο1 του Hot 100 του Billboard με την επιτυχία της "Just Dance", στην οποία συμμετέχει ο Colby ODonis.








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Η παγκόσμια οικονομική κρίση "χτύπησε" και τα Playboy Mansion Parties του Hugh Hefner!!!...


















Tίποτα δεν έχει αφήσει όρθιο η παγκόσμια οικονομική κρίση....

Μέχρι και ο Hugh Hefner "αναγκάστηκε" να βάλει εισιτήριο στα φοβερά και τρομερά Parties του Playboy Mansion!!!!!!

Ναι, ναι, καλά διαβάσατε....

Tους τελευταίους δώδεκα μήνες, η μετοχή του ομίλου Playboy Enterprises κατρακύλησε από τα $12 στα $2,3.

Tον Oκτώβριο, με έγγραφο που κατατέθηκε στην αμερικάνικη επιτροπή Kεφαλαιαγοράς, επισημοποιήθηκε η αναστολή εργασιών της εταιρείας παραγωγής DVD -μία κίνηση που σύμφωνα με εκτιμήσεις δύναται να συμβάλλει στην εξοικονόμηση $12 εκατομμυρίων- ενώ σε δεκάδες εκατομμύρια εκτιμώνται οι απώλειες που έχει προκαλέσει η κάμψη της κίνησης στα καζίνα και τα κλαμπ που φέρουν το σήμα με το λαγουδάκι.

Μετά από αυτά ο Hugh Hefner έβαλε για πρώτη φορά εισιτήριο στα περιβόητα Parties στο Playboy Mansion!!!!!..........



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Presidential Inauguration '09!



Inaugural Events Calendar Below is a list of official Inaugural events established by the Presidential Inaugural Committee.

To see a list of unofficial Inaugural events, visit Destination DC.

Sunday, January 18, 2009

We Are One: Opening Inaugural Celebration at the Lincoln Memorial
Doors open: 8:00 AM
Event Begins: 2:30 PM
Location: The Lincoln Memorial, between Constitution Avenue NW and Independence Avenue SW on 23rd Street
This event is free and open to the public
Public gates open at 8:00 AM at the following locations:
Public Entry A: Constitution Avenue at 19th Street
Public Entry B: Constitution Avenue at Virginia Avenue
Public Entry C: 17th Street at North Elm Walk
Public Entry D: 17th Street at South Elm Walk
Public Entry E: Independence Avenue at the DC War Memorial
The Reflecting pool area, JFK Hockey Fields and Constitution Gardens are open to the public and space will be available on a first come, first served basis.

Restricted Items for the Lincoln Memorial grounds for the Inaugural Opening Ceremonies:
Firearms
Ammunition
Explosives
Weapons of any kind
Aerosols
Supports for signs
Packages
Coolers
Thermal or Glass containers
Backpacks
Bags and signs exceeding the size restrictions of 6" X4"X8"
Laser Pointers
Animals other than helper/guide dogs
Structures
Bicycles
Any other items determined to be a potential safety hazard
Monday, January 19, 2009

Renew America Together: A Call to Service

On Monday, the President -elect, Vice president-elect, and their families - just like Americans across the country - will participate in activities dedicated to serving others.

To find out more about "Renew America Together" or find a service event near you, please visit
UsaService.org

Community Service Day Lunch
This event is invitation only, and it will be pooled press. Please check
www.pic2009.org regularly for updates.

Kid's Inaugural: We Are the Future
Concert for America's Children
Doors Open: 5:00 PM
Event Begins 7:00 PM
Location: Verizon Center
Please visit
www.pic2009.org for more information about the event.

Bipartisan Dinners

Each of the three bipartisan dinners will honor an American whose lifetime of public service has been enhanced by a dedication to bipartisan achievement.

National Building Museum
Honoree: General Colin L. Powell, USA (Ret.)
Event begins: 5:00 PM
This event is invitation only, and it will be pooled press.

Hilton Washington
Honoree: Senator John McCain
Event begins: 5:00 PM
This event is invitation only, and it will be pooled press.

Union Station
Honoree: Vice President-elect Joe Biden
Event begins: 6:30 PM
This event is invitation only, and it will be pooled press. Tuesday, January 20, 2009Swearing-In CeremonyGates open: 8:00 AMLocation: US Capitol, West Front
No tickets are required to view the Inaugural Ceremony on the National Mall west of 4th Street.

Inaugural Luncheon
Location: United States Capitol

This event is not open to the public. Please contact the Joint Congressional Committee on Inaugural Ceremonies at (202) 244-2228 for more information.
2009 Inaugural ParadeGates open: 7:00 AM
Event begins: approximately 2:30 PM Location: Pennsylvania Avenue, NW

The majority of the parade route will be free and open to the public for standing room access. Viewing spots on the parade route are available on a first come, first serve basis.

Commander-in-Chief's Ball
Location: National Building Museum
Doors open: 5:30 PM
Event begins: 7:00 PM
Event Concludes: Approximately 12:00 midnight
This event is by invitation only. Neighborhood Inaugural Ball Location: Washington Convention Center, Hall D
Doors open: 5:00 PM
Event begins: 7:00 PM
Event Concludes: approximately 10:30 PM
A portion of the tickets will be reserved for DC residents. Visit
www.pic2009.org for further details.

Youth Inaugural Ball
Location: Washington Hilton
Doors open: 7:00 PM
Event begins: 9:00 PM
Event concludes: approximately 2:30 AM
Young Americans age 18 - 35

Obama Home States Inaugural Ball
Location: Washington Convention Center, Hall E
Doors open 5:00 PM
Event begins: 7:00 PM
Event concludes: approximately 11:30 PM
Illinois and Hawaii invited guests

Biden Home States Inaugural Ball
Location: Washington Convention Center, Ballroom
Doors open: 6:00 PM
Event begins at 8:00 PM
Event concludes: approximately 11:30 PM EST
Delaware and Pennsylvania invited guests

Eastern Inaugural Ball
Location: Union Station
Doors open: 8:00 PM
Event begins: 10:00 PM
Event concludes: approximately 2:30 AM
Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, Vermont, Puerto Rico, and US Virgin Islands invited guests

Mid-Atlantic Inaugural Ball
Location: Washington Convention Center, Hall A
Doors open: 6:00 PM
Event begins: 8:00 PM
Event concludes: approximately 12:30 AM
Maryland, Virginia, District of Columbia, New York, New Jersey, and West Virginia invited guests

Midwest Inaugural Ball
Location: Washington Convention Center, Hall C
Doors opens: 6:00 PM
Event begins: 8:00 PM
Event concludes: approximately 1:30 AM
Kansas, Indiana, Iowa, Michigan, Minnesota, North Dakota, Nebraska, Ohio, South Dakota, Wisconsin and Missouri invited guests

Southern Inaugural Ball
Location: DC Armory
Doors open: 8:00 PM
Event begins: 10:00 PM
Event concludes: approximately 2:00 AM
Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, and Texas invited guests

Western Inaugural Ball
Location: Washington Convention Center, Hall B
Doors open: 7:00 PM
Event begins: 8:00 PM
Event concludes: approximately 1:00 AM
Alaska, California, Idaho, Montana, Oregon, Washington, Arizona, Colorado, Nevada, New Mexico, Utah, Oklahoma, Guam/AS invited guests
Wednesday, January 21, 2009National Prayer ServiceDoors open at 7:30 AM. All ticketed guests should arrive before 8:30AM
Location: Washington National Cathedral
The event is not open to the public. The service is by invitation only and tickets are required.

The morning after the inaugration, a National prayer service with President Barack Obama, Vice President Joseph Biden, and members of their families will be held at the National Cathederal. The service will bring together dignitaries and Americans of diverse faiths to celebrate the previous day's events through prayer, readings, and musical performances.


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www.pic2009.org




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Arrive early, wear comfy shoes on Inauguration Day!




Imagine Times Square on New Year's Eve or a baseball stadium letting out after the World Series. Although the nation's capital has seen plenty of historic moments, officials are predicting that nearly 2 million spectators will come to Washington, D.C., for Barack Obama's inauguration, making this potentially the highest influx of people the city has ever seen.
With giant crowds, strict security and lots of road closures, what's the best way to survive the inauguration? Rebecca Pawlowski, spokeswoman for Destination DC, the city's official convention and tourism office, stressed that people need to have "patience, resilience and flexibility."
"What we're telling people more than anything is to be patient," Pawlowski said. "It's a lot of people to have in one space.
"But the people we've talked to are just so excited to be here, there's cause for celebration and people are excited about coming. But when you have that many people around you, I think being patient, dressing comfortably are important."
Aside from being patient, planning ahead and arriving early is crucial. Security checkpoints open at 8 a.m. for those with tickets for the swearing-in ceremony. Guests are advised to show up no later than 9 a.m. to make it in time for the start of the program at 10.
The swearing-in ceremony starts at 11:30 a.m. Secret Service has provided a long list of prohibited items, like baby strollers and backpacks, so check the official
Inauguration Day Web site for the most updated list.
But if you're not one of the lucky 240,000 ticket holders to Obama's swearing-in, you can still be a part of the
inaugural celebration. The entire length of the National Mall, stretching nearly 2 miles from the Capitol to the Lincoln Memorial, will be open to the public for the first time, and that's where the bulk of revelers are sure to be.
To accommodate visitors, more than 20 supersized TV screens along the Mall will show the entire ceremony and parade.
Map: Navigating the inauguration
Tickets for the bleacher seats along the parade route sold out in less than an hour, but you still have a chance to catch a glimpse of the new president in person.
Up to 350,000 people may be allowed to stand along Pennsylvania Avenue, but once the area hits capacity, people will be turned away. The security checkpoints will open at 7 a.m.
Ticket holders or not, everyone needs a way into the city for the main event. Some lucky visitors booked hotel rooms near the Mall or found a resident willing to rent out a couch or an entire apartment. Others might have to commute from as far away as Baltimore or even Philadelphia. Amtrak has added trains, but passengers should book in advance.
Driving is not recommended because parking is limited and many streets and bridges will be closed or have restricted access. If you're a good distance from the U.S. Capitol, the Metro system is your best bet to get downtown.
The Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority is offering parking in its station lots for $4, and Metrorail will provide rush-hour service from 4 a.m. to 9 p.m. Bus service along 23 highly trafficked corridors will be dramatically increased on Inauguration Day.
The Metro is expecting the highest ridership in its history, which means long lines and delays.
Spokeswoman Lisa Farbstein recommended that riders buy fare cards in advance and consider visiting a museum or restaurant after the big event, since not everyone will be able to use the transit system at the same time. Visitors need to plan their routes carefully, taking into account station and street closures. The Metro's
trip planner may help.
Farbstein also said try to walk as much as possible, especially in cases when rail transfers will be avoided. Comfortable shoes are an absolute must.
"We'll get them as close as we can, and they're going to have to do some walking," she said. "We've been advising folks to expect to walk and we've actually advised people that if they live within 2 to 3 miles they might consider walking."
Bikes are another option and although they are prohibited inside the security perimeter, they could provide a faster way to get around the streets outside.
The Washington Area Bicyclist Association will provide two bike valets, one near the Jefferson Memorial and another on 16th Street between I and K, where you can drop off your bike for the day and get a claim ticket. The association said it is prepared to park 1,000 bikes.
While you're on the Mall watching the ceremony, remember it's January and D.C. winter temperatures can vary widely.
Forecasters say the weather should be partly sunny and in the mid-30s, so wear a warm coat and enough layers to sustain you for several hours outside. Pawlowski also recommended bringing a granola bar and a bottle of water. Also, vendors will be selling food and drinks.
And then there's the question of when you gotta go, where do you go?
Inaugural planners have aquired 5,000 portable toilets for the National Mall. Based on a National Park Service estimate, that means one toilet for about every 300 people -- so expect to wait. One local Jiffy Johns dealer told WJLA that this event is the "Super Bowl of toilet events." Most of the portable toilets will be located in the public area of the National Mall.
As officials gear up, their advice is plan, plan, plan. Maryland Gov. Martin O'Malley said people shouldn't venture into the city on Inauguration Day without a clear idea of where they are going and how they are going to get there.
"This is not a typical day in our country's history. This is not a typical crowd," O'Malley said. "This is not like throwing the family in the van and heading down for a visit to the Air and Space Museum."
Although most museums and attractions will be open, Pawlowski recommends that people come back during a less busy time.
"We're encouraging people to take advantage of what's going on in D.C., but to consider coming back another time in addition to that, because this is the start of an exciting time in Washington," Pawlowski said.




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ΣΥΜΦΩΝΗΣΑΝ PUTIN - TYMOSHENKO ΓΙΑ ΤΟ ΦΥΣΙΚΟ ΑΕΡΙΟ!


Η μεταφορά του ρωσικού αερίου προς την Ευρώπη μέσω της Ουκρανίας, που είχε διακοπεί εδώ και δέκα ημέρες, θα επαναρχίσει "σύντομα" ανακοινώθηκε από το ρώσο πρωθυπουργό, Βλαντιμίρ Πούτιν, μετά από την ολοκλήρωση της σχετικής συμφωνίας με την ουκρανή ομολογό του, Γιούλια Τιμοσένκο.


"Οπως διαβεβαίωσε η ουκρανική πλευρά, η μεταφορά ρωσικού αερίου θα ξαναρχίσει πλήρως πολύ σύντομα", τόνισε ο κ. Πούτιν , όπως ανέφερε ο εκπρόσωπός του Ντμίτρι Πεσκόφ.


Η Μόσχα και το Κίεβο κατέληξαν σε συμφωνία που προβλέπει ότι η Ρωσία θα πουλά στο μέλλον το ρωσικό αέριο στην Ουκρανία "σε μια τιμή χαμηλή" αλλά με 20% έκπτωση --σε σχέση με την ευρωπαική τιμή αγοράς--μόνο για το έτος 2009" και με την προϋπόθεση ότιη τιμή του αερίου θα παραμείνει στα επίπεδα του 2008.


Οι δύο πρωθυπουργοί ζήτησαν από τις εταιρείες Gazprom και Naftogaz να θέσουν σε ισχύ τα συμβόλαια με βάση τη νέα συμφωνία ώστε η μεταφορά ρωσικού αερίου προς την Ευρώπη "να επαναρχίσει αμέσως μετά την υπογραφή τους" σύμφωνα πάντα με τον εκπρόσωπο του κ. Πούτιν.


"Οι συνομιλίες δεν ήταν εύκολες αλλά βρέθηκε μια κοινή οδός που μας επέτρεψε να καταλήξουμε σε συμφωνίες", δήλωσε από την πλευρά της η κ. Τιμοσένκο μετά από τη συνάντηση με τον ρώσο πρωθυπουργό και διαβεβαίωσε ότι "μόλις τα έγγραφα για την τιμή υπογραφούν η μεταφορά αερίου προς την Εύρώπη θα επαναρχίσει αμέσως" .






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ΕΦΤΑΣΕ ΣΤΗΝ WASHINGTON ΤΟ ΤΡΕΝΟ ΜΕ ΤΟΝ BARACK OBAMA!










Ο νεοεκλεγείς πρόεδρος, Μπαράκ Ομπάμα έφτασε το Σάββατο το απόγευμα (τοπική ώρα) σε σταθμό της Ουάσινγκτον, όπου την Τρίτη θα στεφθεί 44ος πρέοδρος των ΗΠΑ.




Ο κ. Ομπάμα ολοκλήρωσε -φτάνοντας στην ομοσπονδιακή πρωτεύουσα- ένα ταξίδι-θρίαμβο με τρένο που ξεκίνησε το πρωί από τη Φιλαδέλφια (Πενσυλβάνια) και έδωσε το έναυσμα για έναρξη των γιορτών και των πανηγυρισμών για τη στέψη.




Ο Μπαράκ Ομπάμα συνοδευόταν από τη σύζυγό του Μισέλ, που γίορτασε το Σάββατο τα 45α γενέθλιά της, και τις δύο κόρες τους Σάσα και Μάλια καθώς και τον αντιπρόεδρό του, Τζο Μπάιντεν.




Απ όπου κι αν περνούσε το τρένο ο νέος πρόεδρος γινόταν δεκτός με ενθουσιασμό και χειροκροτήματα από το μεγάλο πλήθος που ανέμενε για να παρακολουθήσει τις σύντομες ομιλίες του.




Ο Μπαράκ Ομπάμα θα γίνει την Τρίτη ο πρώτος μαύρος πρόεδρος στην ιστορία των ΗΠΑ.





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Sunday!!!!!!!!!!!!


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