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"Basically it is now all about improving my fitness, It’s important to start well but even more important to finish well to become the champions. is now fighting Tax Cuts…. germs, but now, a long-held goal of activists and Democrats When it comes to reworking the legal immigration system it leaves critical figures blank such as the number of low-skilled workers eligible for green cards and the number of high-tech workers who can receive special visas And it declares that any concessions to Democrats will be contingent on meeting undefined border security and interior-enforcement metrics “Is it heartening Yes it is” says Jose Antonio Vargas a undocumented immigrant and former journalist who founded the advocacy group Define American “But it also leaves a whole lot to be desired” Perhaps most vexing to reform advocates is the final sentence of the GOP’s blueprint which states that no steps toward legalization can be taken “before specific enforcement triggers have been implemented to fulfill our promise to the American people” that immigration laws will be enforced The document doesn’t say what those triggers should be But the caveat is a nod to the atmosphere of distrust that pervades the process The “majority view” among House Republicans says Florida GOP Rep Mario Diaz-Balart is that Republicans should tackle the immigration issue though he acknowledged the faction that opposes doing so and another that remains leery of the political risk involved “But there is a great distrust on behalf of the Republicans in the House toward this Administration” says Diaz-Balart who supports reform The upshot is Republicans will insist on “airtight” language Diaz-Balart said to force President Barack Obama to enforce the law The goal immigration-reform advocates believe is to block Obama from easing the flow of deportationsthe single most pressing concern for immigration-reform advocates For Latinos there is a bitter irony to the conservative mantra that Obama can’t be trusted to carry out immigration law They argue Obama has been draconian not lenient The numbers bear this out: The Obama administration has deported nearly two million undocumented immigrantsthe highest rate of any presidency and more than George Washington through Bill Clinton combined “The number one priority of Latinos is to stop the deportations” says Roberto Lovato co-founder of the Latino advocacy group Presenteorg “Its a first and fundamental step The immigration system is broken because it destroys immigrant families” Obama indicated Friday that he would be open to an immigration deal that does not include a pathway to citizenship if other Democratic goals were met in the process “If the speaker proposes something that says right away folks aren’t being deported families aren’t being separated we’re able to attract top young students to provide the skills or start businesses here and then there’s a regular process of citizenship I’m not sure how wide the divide ends up being” Obama told CNN But the GOP’s security-first approach would seem to nix that possibility That’s why some immigration-reform advocates like the AFL-CIO are so frustrated by the document which seems to reject both citizenship and the cessation of deportations Others like Kelley and Gutierrez parsed the the wording differently; to them rejecting a “special path” to citizenship doesn’t mean that current law can’t be adjusted to clear an existing path “We have a responsibility to see what the specifics are to put some meat on those bones” Gutierrez says “There is going to be a lot of work that needs to get done and a lot of negotiation that needs to get done But you know something We now have a platform to get to work” Write to Alex Altman at [email protected] years ago today a little game about dropping geometrically strange thingamajigs — originally clusters of punctuation marks — into neat lookalike rows kicked off on a wild journey that led it (and it’s Russian creator Alexey Pajitnov) out of a metamorphosing Soviet Union to the United States and from “blockbuster” sales of 2 million already by 1988 to over 425 million paid mobile downloads today That game dubbed Tetris by Pajitnov after the Greek word for the number four is today one of the most popular video games of all time It’s played by celebrities been name-checked by shows like The Simpsons and The Big Bang Theory appeared (in playable form) on the sides of skyscrapers found its way into dozens of scientific studies (including one that determined playing the game reduces cravings for food booze and cigarettes) and appears in New York City’s Museum of Modern Art — a permanent addition to the museum’s exhibit on Applied Design A visitor plays Tetris during an exhibition preview featuring 14 video games acquired by The Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) in New York March 1 2013 Emmanuel Dunand — AFP / Getty Images I caught up with Pajitnov on the eve of the game’s 30th anniversary as well as his partner Henk Rogers the entrepreneur who discovered Tetris in the late 1980s and helped turn Pajitnov’s creation into a worldwide phenomenon Can you step us through the process whereby Pentominoes — the puzzle-game that inspired Tetris — led you to try your hand at creating something like it on an Electronika 60 computer and how that evolved into a system for making four punctuation marks disappear if they filled out a row Alexey Pajitnov: I was already quite familiar with Pentominoes as it was a favorite puzzle game of mine I also had access to a computer so it made sense to try to translate that game into something that you could play on a computer screen To put the Pentominoes on the screen I had to use symbols because of the limitations of the Electronika 60 My thought process was pretty straightforward: drop the pieces down and when a row was filled remove it because there was no reason to keep it on the screen and you needed more room to go What challenges did you face pre-perestroika toward marketing and monetizing the game How did the game spread in those early days AP: I had a formal arrangement with the Computer Center of the Soviet Academy of Sciences in the 1980s that granted them rights to exploit Tetris around the world for 10 years It was easier and wiser for me to allow this arrangement than to try to fight for certain personal rights that were almost non-existent during that time The Computer Center had different dealings with businessmen around the world who were coming to the Soviet Union to acquire the rights I wasnt involved very much with that but of course there was a certain businessman named Henk Rogers who I met in 1988 and that became history and Tetris soon found worldwide appeal But all the rights came back to me later on Back in those days of the Soviet Union we didnt have computer stores that you could visit to buy programs so everything was copied and distributed via floppy disk I gave my friends copies of the game on a floppy and before long it seemed like everyone knew about it and was playing it The real challenge was finding a western publisher and along came Henk Rogers Did you face any personal challenges or difficulties bringing the game out of Russia when you moved to the US? use folders for your favorite app categories.

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