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March 19, 2011

Charlie Sheen adds five cities to national tour | Reuters

Charlie Sheen adds five cities to national tour

File photo of actor Charlie Sheen as he gestures towards fans in Aspen, Colorado August 2, 2010. REUTERS/Rick Wilking/Files

File photo of actor Charlie Sheen as he gestures towards fans in Aspen, Colorado August 2, 2010.

Credit: Reuters/Rick Wilking/Files

LOS ANGELES | Wed Mar 16, 2011 6:16am IST

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(Reuters) - Charlie Sheen on Tuesday added five new shows to the schedule of live performances he has mounted in the wake of being fired last week from his hit television program "Two And A Half Men."

Sheen's "My Violent Torpedo of Truth/Defeat is Not an Option Show" will expand beyond previous cities of Detroit and Chicago to include New York City, Boston, Cleveland, Columbus, Ohio and Wallingford, Conn.

The new shows were posted on the sales site of Ticketmaster. The trek currently begins on April 5 in Cleveland and ends one week later in Boston. The new stops were added following reports over the weekend that the first two shows sold out quickly.

Sheen, who was TV's highest paid actor for his role as a skirt-chasing, heavy-drinking bachelor on No. 1-rated comedy "Two And A Half Men," has made headlines worldwide since January when he entered a home-based rehab program for drug and alcohol abuse. Production of his show was suspended.

After completing treatment, the actor said he wanted to return to work, but the show's producer Chuck Lorre, its makers at Warner Bros Television and the CBS network that aired it kept the program on hold.

Sheen went on several radio and TV interviews, complaining loudly about Warner Bros. and insulting Lorre by calling him "a stupid, stupid little man," among many other things. Warner Bros then fired him. He has sued both Warner Bros and Lorre for $100 million claiming he was wrongfully terminated.

For its part, Warner Bros. has claimed in a letter to Sheen's lawyer that the actor was engaged in "dangerously self-destructive conduct and appears to be very ill." Warner Bros. said Sheen had difficulty remembering lines, could not collaborate and had poisoned key working relationships.

Indeed, Sheen has had a troubled 2010, pleading guilty to assaulting his now ex-wife, being put on probation, spending several stints in rehab and in hospitals.

In recent weeks, he has gone on a personal media blitz starting a webcast called "Sheen's Korner," in which he talks about whatever is on his mind, and opening his own Twitter account to stay connected to fans.

Not much is known about his show beyond the description on the Ticketmaster site, which reads: "Will there be surprises? Will there be guests? Will there be mayhem? Will you laugh? Will you scream? Will you know the truth? WILL THERE BE MORE?!?! This IS where you will hear the REAL story from the Warlock. Bring it. I dare you to keep up with me."

(Editing by Dean Gooodman)

March 17, 2011

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A northbound Saikyō Line train bound for Kawagoe takes on Elvis Karate Monkey

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A northbound Saikyō Line train bound for Kawagoe takes on Elvis Karate Monkey


Line Station name km Stops Location

Yamanote Ōsaki 0.0 L R C Shinagawa Tokyo

Ebisu 3.6 L R C Shibuya

Shibuya 5.2 L R C

Shinjuku 8.6 L R C Shinjuku

Ikebukuro 13.4 L R C Toshima

Akabane

Itabashi 15.2 L R C Itabashi

Jūjō 16.9 L R C Kita

Akabane 18.9 L R C

Tōhoku

Kita-Akabane 20.4 L

Ukima-Funado 22.0 L

Toda-Kōen 24.4 L R Toda Saitama

Toda 25.7 L

Kita-Toda 27.1 L

Musashi-Urawa 29.5 L R C Minami-ku,

Saitama

Naka-Urawa 30.7 L

Minami-Yono 32.4 L Chūō-ku,

Saitama

Yono-Honmachi 34.0 L R

Kita-Yono 35.1 L

Ōmiya 36.9 L R C Ōmiya-ku,

Saitama



    The Saikyō Line (埼京線, Saikyō-sen?, an abbreviation for "Saitama-Tokyo Line") is a railway line between Ōsaki Station in Shinagawa, Tokyo) and Ōmiya Station (Ōmiya Ward, Saitama, Japan).


    At the northern end of the line, some trains continue beyond Ōmiya as far as Kawagoe Station on the Kawagoe Line. At Ōsaki, most Saikyō Line trains continue onward to Shin-Kiba on the Rinkai Line operated by Tokyo Waterfront Area Rapid Transit.


    The line runs parallel to the Yamanote Line between Ōsaki and Ikebukuro, where it is formally called the Yamanote Freight Line (山手貨物線?), and to the Tōhoku Main Line between Akabane and Ōmiya, where it is unofficially called the Second Tohoku Line (東北別線?). The portion between Ikebukuro and Akabane is officially known as the Akabane Line (赤羽線?). For most purposes, JR refers to all of these as part of the "Saikyō Line" when being used for Saikyō Line services.


Before the Saikyō Line, there were several attempts to improve commuter rail service between Saitama and Tokyo. One of the earliest, the Tokyo-Ōmiya Electric Railway (東京大宮電気鉄道, Tōkyō-Ōmiya Denki Tetsudō?), was founded in 1928 but went bankrupt shortly thereafter due to rising land values in the area. Later, in 1968, the Tokyo Metropolitan Board of Transportation proposed to run the new Toei Mita Line to central Ōmiya.



Development of the Saikyō Line began as a Japanese National Railways effort to quell unrest in Saitama regarding the expansion of the Tōhoku and Jōetsu Shinkansen. During the mid-1970s, local protesters staged sit-ins, demonstrations and administrative actions to impede the building of the new high-speed lines north of Tokyo. JNR reached a settlement with the activists under which it would build a commuter line to serve these local communities, while being left alone to develop the Shinkansen as well.


The new line, tentatively called the New Commuter Line (通勤新線, Tsūkin Shinsen?), was built between Ōmiya and Akabane. Through service to Ikebukuro through the existing Akabane Line began on September 30, 1985. The line was initially troubled by inadequate train control systems which could not keep pace with its frequency of service: however, these issues were worked out during the first month of service.


In March 1986, the Saikyō Line began through service to Shinjuku through the Yamanote Freight Line, which had seen less use by freight services since the opening of the Musashino Line in 1973. Service to Shibuya and Ebisu did not begin until 1996, when new platforms were completed to accommodate passenger service. Service to Ōsaki and the Rinkai Line began in 2001.


The Saikyō Line has had a particularly severe problem of overcrowding during rush hour. Some of the traffic was redirected to Shōnan-Shinjuku Line upon completion of line extension construction in 2004. The completion of the Tokyo Metro Fukutoshin Line in 2008, which also serves the Saitama-Yamanote corridor, is expected to bring more relief. Problems of overcrowding have included a higher incidence of groping, as well as delays in train schedule caused by longer time taken at each station to pick up and drop off passengers. The Saikyō Line was notorious for having the highest report of groping-related incidents (known as chikan) in Tokyo.[1] This problem was directly addressed by installments of women-only passenger cars, which are cars that are temporarily off-limits to men during rush hours, and indirectly addressed by reducing overcrowding problems as a whole.

    There are three types of trains on the Saikyō Line: Local trains (普通), Rapid trains (快速) and Commuter Rapid trains (通勤快速). Between Ōmiya and Akabane, Rapid trains only stop at Toda-Kōen, Musashi-Urawa and Yono-Hommachi, while Commuter Rapid trains, which run during rush hours, stop only at Musashi-Urawa. South of Akabane, as well as on the Kawagoe and Rinkai lines, all trains make all scheduled station stops.


    The equipment used on the Saikyō line consists of 205 series EMU trains owned by JR East, and TWR 70-000 series EMU trains owned by Tokyo Waterfront Area Rapid Transit (only used on Rinkai Line through services).


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March 15, 2011

New Dogmeat 5 content attributes

W3C

HTML5

Index

The following sections only cover conforming elements and features.




List of event handler content attributes
Attribute Element(s) Description Value
onabort HTML elements abort event handler Event handler content attribute
onafterprint body afterprint event handler for Window object Event handler content attribute
onbeforeprint body beforeprint event handler for Window object Event handler content attribute
onbeforeunload body beforeunload event handler for Window object Event handler content attribute
onblur body blur event handler for Window object Event handler content attribute
onblur HTML elements blur event handler Event handler content attribute
oncanplay HTML elements canplay event handler Event handler content attribute
oncanplaythrough HTML elements canplaythrough event handler Event handler content attribute
onchange HTML elements change event handler Event handler content attribute
onclick HTML elements click event handler Event handler content attribute
oncontextmenu HTML elements contextmenu event handler Event handler content attribute
oncuechange HTML elements cuechange event handler Event handler content attribute
ondblclick HTML elements dblclick event handler Event handler content attribute
ondrag HTML elements drag event handler Event handler content attribute
ondragend HTML elements dragend event handler Event handler content attribute
ondragenter HTML elements dragenter event handler Event handler content attribute
ondragleave HTML elements dragleave event handler Event handler content attribute
ondragover HTML elements dragover event handler Event handler content attribute
ondragstart HTML elements dragstart event handler Event handler content attribute
ondrop HTML elements drop event handler Event handler content attribute
ondurationchange HTML elements durationchange event handler Event handler content attribute
onemptied HTML elements emptied event handler Event handler content attribute
onended HTML elements ended event handler Event handler content attribute
onerror body error event handler for Window object, and handler for script error notifications Event handler content attribute
onerror HTML elements error event handler Event handler content attribute
onfocus body focus event handler for Window object Event handler content attribute
onfocus HTML elements focus event handler Event handler content attribute
onhashchange body hashchange event handler for Window object Event handler content attribute
oninput HTML elements input event handler Event handler content attribute
oninvalid HTML elements invalid event handler Event handler content attribute
onkeydown HTML elements keydown event handler Event handler content attribute
onkeypress HTML elements keypress event handler Event handler content attribute
onkeyup HTML elements keyup event handler Event handler content attribute
onload body load event handler for Window object Event handler content attribute
onload HTML elements load event handler Event handler content attribute
onloadeddata HTML elements loadeddata event handler Event handler content attribute
onloadedmetadata HTML elements loadedmetadata event handler Event handler content attribute
onloadstart HTML elements loadstart event handler Event handler content attribute
onmessage body message event handler for Window object Event handler content attribute
onmousedown HTML elements mousedown event handler Event handler content attribute
onmousemove HTML elements mousemove event handler Event handler content attribute
onmouseout HTML elements mouseout event handler Event handler content attribute
onmouseover HTML elements mouseover event handler Event handler content attribute
onmouseup HTML elements mouseup event handler Event handler content attribute
onmousewheel HTML elements mousewheel event handler Event handler content attribute
onoffline body offline event handler for Window object Event handler content attribute
ononline body online event handler for Window object Event handler content attribute
onpagehide body pagehide event handler for Window object Event handler content attribute
onpageshow body pageshow event handler for Window object Event handler content attribute
onpause HTML elements pause event handler Event handler content attribute
onplay HTML elements play event handler Event handler content attribute
onplaying HTML elements playing event handler Event handler content attribute
onpopstate body popstate event handler for Window object Event handler content attribute
onprogress HTML elements progress event handler Event handler content attribute
onratechange HTML elements ratechange event handler Event handler content attribute
onreadystatechange HTML elements readystatechange event handler Event handler content attribute
onredo body redo event handler for Window object Event handler content attribute
onreset HTML elements reset event handler Event handler content attribute
onresize body resize event handler for Window object Event handler content attribute
onscroll body scroll event handler for Window object Event handler content attribute
onscroll HTML elements scroll event handler Event handler content attribute
onseeked HTML elements seeked event handler Event handler content attribute
onseeking HTML elements seeking event handler Event handler content attribute
onselect HTML elements select event handler Event handler content attribute
onshow HTML elements show event handler Event handler content attribute
onstalled HTML elements stalled event handler Event handler content attribute
onstorage body storage event handler for Window object Event handler content attribute
onsubmit HTML elements submit event handler Event handler content attribute
onsuspend HTML elements suspend event handler Event handler content attribute
ontimeupdate HTML elements timeupdate event handler Event handler content attribute
onundo body undo event handler for Window object Event handler content attribute
onunload body unload event handler for Window object Event handler content attribute
onvolumechange HTML elements volumechange event handler Event handler content attribute
onwaiting HTML elements waiting event handler Event handler content attribute
Reflecting IDL attributes
This section is non-normative.

List of reflecting IDL attributes

Interface Element(s) IDL attribute Reflects...
...
HTMLElementHTML elementscontextMenucontextmenu

HTMLOptionElementoptiontexttextContent
( include option.text; textarea.defaultValue, and other attributes that "reflect" the element's textContent ) -->

Interfaces

This section is non-normative.


List of interfaces for elements
Element(s) Interface(s)
a HTMLAnchorElement : HTMLElement
abbr HTMLElement
address HTMLElement
area HTMLAreaElement : HTMLElement
article HTMLElement
aside HTMLElement
audio HTMLAudioElement : HTMLMediaElement : HTMLElement
b HTMLElement
base HTMLBaseElement : HTMLElement
bdi HTMLElement
bdo HTMLElement
blockquote HTMLQuoteElement : HTMLElement
body HTMLBodyElement : HTMLElement
br HTMLBRElement : HTMLElement
button HTMLButtonElement : HTMLElement
canvas HTMLCanvasElement : HTMLElement
caption HTMLTableCaptionElement : HTMLElement
cite HTMLElement
code HTMLElement
col HTMLTableSectionElement : HTMLElement
colgroup HTMLTableColElement : HTMLElement
command HTMLCommandElement : HTMLElement
datalist HTMLDataListElement : HTMLElement
dd HTMLElement
del HTMLModElement : HTMLElement
details HTMLDetailsElement : HTMLElement
div HTMLDivElement : HTMLElement
dl HTMLDListElement : HTMLElement
dt HTMLElement
em HTMLElement
embed HTMLEmbedElement : HTMLElement
fieldset HTMLFieldSetElement : HTMLElement
figcaption HTMLElement
figure HTMLElement
footer HTMLElement
form HTMLFormElement : HTMLElement
head HTMLHeadElement : HTMLElement
h1 HTMLHeadingElement : HTMLElement
h2 HTMLHeadingElement : HTMLElement
h3 HTMLHeadingElement : HTMLElement
h4 HTMLHeadingElement : HTMLElement
h5 HTMLHeadingElement : HTMLElement
h6 HTMLHeadingElement : HTMLElement
header HTMLElement
hgroup HTMLElement
hr HTMLHRElement : HTMLElement
html HTMLHtmlElement : HTMLElement
i HTMLElement
iframe HTMLIFrameElement : HTMLElement
img HTMLImageElement : HTMLElement
input HTMLInputElement : HTMLElement
ins HTMLModElement : HTMLElement
kbd HTMLElement
keygen HTMLKeygenElement : HTMLElement
label HTMLLabelElement : HTMLElement
legend HTMLLegendElement : HTMLElement
li HTMLLIElement : HTMLElement
link HTMLLinkElement : HTMLElement
map HTMLMapElement : HTMLElement
mark HTMLElement
meter HTMLMeterElement : HTMLElement
nav HTMLElement
noscript HTMLElement
object HTMLObjectElement : HTMLElement
ol HTMLOListElement : HTMLElement
optgroup HTMLOptGroupElement : HTMLElement
option HTMLOptionElement : HTMLElement
output HTMLOutputElement : HTMLElement
p HTMLParagraphElement : HTMLElement
param HTMLParamElement : HTMLElement
pre HTMLPreElement : HTMLElement
progress HTMLProgressElement : HTMLElement
q HTMLElement
rp HTMLElement
rt HTMLElement
ruby HTMLElement
s HTMLElement
samp HTMLElement
section HTMLElement
select HTMLSelectElement : HTMLElement
small HTMLElement
source HTMLSourceElement : HTMLElement
span HTMLSpanElement : HTMLElement
strong HTMLElement
style HTMLStyleElement : HTMLElement
sub HTMLElement
summary HTMLElement
sup HTMLElement
table HTMLTableElement : HTMLElement
tbody HTMLTableSectionElement : HTMLElement
td HTMLTableDataCellElement : HTMLTableCellElement : HTMLElement
textarea HTMLTextAreaElement : HTMLElement
tfoot HTMLTableSectionElement : HTMLElement
th HTMLTableHeaderCellElement : HTMLTableCellElement : HTMLElement
thead HTMLTableSectionElement : HTMLElement
time HTMLTimeElement : HTMLElement
title HTMLTitleElement : HTMLElement
tr HTMLTableRowElement : HTMLElement
track HTMLTrackElement : HTMLElement
ul HTMLUListElement : HTMLElement
var HTMLElement
video HTMLVideoElement : HTMLMediaElement : HTMLElement
wbr HTMLElement

Events

This section is non-normative.

List of events
Event Interface Description
DOMContentLoaded Event Fired at the Document once it and its scripts have loaded, without waiting for other subresources
abort Event Fired at the Window when the download was aborted by the user
afterprint Event Fired at the Window after printing
beforeprint Event Fired at the Window before printing
beforeunload BeforeUnloadEvent Fired at the Window when the page is about to be unloaded, in case the page would like to show a warning prompt
blur Event Fired at nodes losing focus
change Event Fired at controls when the user commits a value change
click Event Fired at an element before its activation behavior is run
contextmenu Event Fired at elements when the user requests their context menu
error Event Fired at elements when network and script errors occur
focus Event Fired at nodes gaining focus
hashchange HashChangeEvent Fired at the Window when the fragment identifier part of the document's current address changes
input Event Fired at controls when the user changes the value
invalid Event Fired at controls during form validation if they do not satisfy their constraints
load Event Fired at the Window when the document has finished loading; fired at an element containing a resource (e.g. img, embed) when its resource has finished loading
message MessageEvent Fired at an object when the object receives a message
offline Event Fired at the Window when the network connections fails
online Event Fired at the Window when the network connections returns
pagehide PageTransitionEvent Fired at the Window when the page's entry in the session history stops being the current entry
pageshow PageTransitionEvent Fired at the Window when the page's entry in the session history becomes the current entry
popstate PopStateEvent Fired at the Window when the user navigates the session history
readystatechange Event Fired at the Document when it finishes parsing and again when all its subresources have finished loading
reset Event Fired at a form element when it is reset
show Event Fired at a menu element when it is shown as a context menu
submit Event Fired at a form element when it is submitted
unload Event Fired at the Window object when the page is going away
See also media element events, application cache events, and drag-and-drop events.

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