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PostSubject: Reminder~   Reminder~ I_icon_minitimeWed May 19, 2010 9:53 am

Yo, dudes and dudettes!

Just a friendly reminder.

MJ is going to camp for Thursday and Friday, this Thursday and Friday (May 20 and 21.)

So I just wanted to tell you that.

Almost everyone in my whole grade is going on that two-day field trip, so yeah.

And one last thing: have fun without the MJ. (I'll be stalking you in your dreams! Ha-ha. Oh wait...vice versa. >.>')

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Lewis Hamilton tries out new McLaren in Jerez F1 test

Hamilton prepares for his first day in the 2011 car in the Jerez pits

Lewis Hamilton gets his first taste of the new McLaren on the opening day of Jerez's four-day test.
McLaren, Force India and Virgin are all running their 2011 cars for the first time in pre-season testing.
The early pace has been set by Ferrari's Felipe Massa, who recorded a lap time of one minute, 20.709 seconds.
Vitaly Petrov is driving for Renault while Bruno Senna and Nick Heidfeld are set to be given opportunities in place of the injured Robert Kubica.
Talented Pole Kubica set the fastest time seen in pre-season testing exactly one week ago in Valencia but is now recovering in hospital after suffering multiple fractures during a rallying accident in Italy.
Renault confirmed that Petrov will drive on Thursday and Friday as originally scheduled while the team will evaluate Senna and Heidfeld over the weekend as they look for a potential replacement for Kubica.

Many teams are running with messages of support for Kubica.
The team's programme has been interrupted on day one by an oil leak.
Renault reported on social networking site Twitter : "The team has spotted an oil leak on the car and is checking things over in the garage. Vitaly probably won't be out again until after lunch.
"The test programme is as follows: aero runs, tyre evaluation, set-up work in the afternoon and some longish runs."
There were also some teething problems for Sauber as Sergio Perez caused the first red flag of the day by stopping on track as he ran out of fuel.
Virgin also reported a delay to Timo Glock's session at the helm of the MVR-02 on their Twitter page: "Working on a couple of reliability issues."
Toro Rosso and Team Lotus reported they were trying out the moveable rear wing - one of the new regulation changes for the 2011 season - for the first time in Jerez.
Team Lotus, who have Jarno Trulli in the car, said they were happy with the results, adding that they are evaluating when to re-engage the rear-wing when entering the braking zone.
Williams revealed on their Twitter page that Pastor Maldonado's early running had been upset by problems with their rear-wing device.
The team said: "Simple problem with the rear wing actuator. Easy to fix, but caused a lot of downtime because of the installation in the top of the gearbox."
There are two Australians in action. Mark Webber is behind the wheel for Red Bull while reserve Daniel Ricciardo is in the seat for Toro Rosso.
Force India unveiled their new car at their Silverstone headquarters on Tuesday and Adrian Sutil is giving the car its first run out in Jerez.
The team reported: "[The] programme for the morning will be lots of install laps to conduct systems checks before moving to longer runs this afternoon."
All of the Formula 1 teams are running the rule over their 2011 challengers in Jerez with the exception of Hispania Racing.
The Spanish team will not test their F111 car until the final test in Bahrain, which begins in Bahrain on 3 March - only 10 days before the start of the unprecedented 20-race season.
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Budget 2011: Flat-rate state pension planned
Pension files The idea of a flat-rate state pension has been discussed for some months
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A plan for a £140 a week flat-rate state pension has been confirmed for the first time by the government.

Chancellor George Osborne outlined the specific amount in his Budget speech.

But significantly, he said the new system would not apply to the millions of people already being paid a state pension.

The change would take many years to come into force, and key details - such as whether the £140 will rise with inflation - are still to be revealed.

The current full state pension is £97.65 a week for men and women.

This is topped up for the poorest in society to provide a guaranteed minimum income of £132.60 for a single person, or £202.40 for couples, through the means-tested pensions credit.

The state pension age is already set to be increased in response to people living longer, with the default retirement age being abolished in October.
'Higher level'

The government gave no details in its Budget document - known as the red book - about how a single, flat-rate, state pension would be brought in.

But it is clear that it will mean the abolition of the current state second pension to which many people contribute.

"It is not clear to working age individuals what they might receive from the state, in particular from the state second pension, making it difficult to plan retirement saving," the Treasury said in the red book.
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"The government will look to reform the state pension for future pensioners so that it provides simple, contributory, flat-rate support above the level of the means-tested guarantee credit," it added.

Consultation by the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) will start shortly.

But one important wrinkle that will need to be ironed out will be the effect on people in company final-salary pension schemes which are contracted out of the state second pension.

Currently, those people pay higher contributions to their company schemes, which in turn provide the members with a pension that incorporates what they would have received had they been paying into the state second pension.

"The government will honour contributions to the current system," the red book stated.
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