Mens soccer Midfielder Brady Blackwells journey there and back again

02 Oct 2019

Ohio State redshirt junior midfielder Brady Blackwell (4) protects the ball from a Falcon during the Ohio State-BGSU game on Sep. 22. Credit: Jack Westerheide | Photo EditorEighteen minutes into the first period of the Ohio State men’s soccer game on Sept. 26 against Detroit Mercy, redshirt junior midfielder Brady Blackwell flicked in a shot four yards out from the net and scored his first career goal as a Buckeye.Blackwell’s collegiate soccer story doesn’t begin in Columbus, Ohio, however, and it wasn’t always easy. He spent two seasons playing soccer at San Diego State University before he made the decision to transfer 2,263 miles back home and attend Ohio State.Growing up in Dublin, Ohio, 10 minutes away from Ohio State’s campus, it was always a dream for Blackwell to don a scarlet and gray jersey and play soccer for the Buckeyes.“When the opportunity presented itself to come home, I couldn’t pass it up,” Blackwell said.A little over a year ago, Blackwell was working hard during the preseason prior to his junior year at a new school with a new team.That preparation came to a halt when he was injured. It forced him to take a medical redshirt and stand on the sidelines while he watched his teammates play the 2016 season without him.“It was just tough having to watch my teammates work and not being able to help out,” Blackwell said. “I tried to encourage them and do all I could, but there’s nothing like competing and practicing with your teammates.”Blackwell said it was frustrating not being on the field with his team, but ultimately, he took his injury as a learning experience.“I was very upset I couldn’t help contribute in my first season here at OSU,” Blackwell said. “But that’s part of the sport, and I think the injury helped me learn some important lessons.”Fast forward to the 2017 season and Blackwell is healed from his injury and trying to make every second of this year count.So far this season, Blackwell has played in 13 games for Ohio State, started 11 matches and added one goal to his list of accomplishments.Being injured can be detrimental to a player’s future career and success, but Blackwell said being injured made him appreciate the game even more and motivated him to work harder.“It’s important to play and train hard everyday, because you have no idea when something like an injury might happen,” Blackwell said. “Overall, it just made me respect the opportunity I’ve been given.”Blackwell’s return to play has been a huge boost to the Buckeyes success in the season so far, his teammates said. In the midfield, Blackwell’s ability to dictate the flow and tempo of the game has made a large impact on Ohio State’s game, said senior defender Niall Logue.“Last year we knew he was going to be a big player for us,” Logue said. “In the preseason he got the news that he was going to have to medical redshirt, and that was a huge blow for us, especially in the midfield.”For the Buckeyes, having a roster filled with 15 freshmen requires plenty of leadership from the few upperclassmen. Blackwell delivers that much-needed command both on and off the field, Logue said.“Having him back this year is a big influence in a leadership way as well,” Logue said. “He’s a big personality in the locker room.”After experiencing different trials and tribulations throughout his collegiate soccer career, Blackwell brings a lot of wisdom to the team. “I’ve played at two different universities and have gained experience along the way. My injury humbled me and allowed me to take a step back and observe the opportunity we have as Ohio State athletes,” Blackwell said. “I hope that I can encourage younger players to take nothing for granted, and to train and play everyday like it’s your last.” read more

Ohio State redshirt junior midfielder Brady Blackwell (4) protects the ball from a Falcon during the Ohio State-BGSU game on Sep. 22. Credit: Jack Westerheide | Photo EditorEighteen minutes into the first period of the Ohio State men’s soccer game on Sept. 26 against Detroit Mercy, redshirt junior midfielder Brady Blackwell flicked in a shot four yards out from the net and scored his first career goal as a Buckeye.Blackwell’s collegiate soccer story doesn’t begin in Columbus, Ohio, however, and it wasn’t always easy. He spent two seasons playing soccer at San Diego State University before he made the decision to transfer 2,263 miles back home and attend Ohio State.Growing up in Dublin, Ohio, 10 minutes away from Ohio State’s campus, it was always a dream for Blackwell to don a scarlet and gray jersey and play soccer for the Buckeyes.“When the opportunity presented itself to come home, I couldn’t pass it up,” Blackwell said.A little over a year ago, Blackwell was working hard during the preseason prior to his junior year at a new school with a new team.That preparation came to a halt when he was injured. It forced him to take a medical redshirt and stand on the sidelines while he watched his teammates play the 2016 season without him.“It was just tough having to watch my teammates work and not being able to help out,” Blackwell said. “I tried to encourage them and do all I could, but there’s nothing like competing and practicing with your teammates.”Blackwell said it was frustrating not being on the field with his team, but ultimately, he took his injury as a learning experience.“I was very upset I couldn’t help contribute in my first season here at OSU,” Blackwell said. “But that’s part of the sport, and I think the injury helped me learn some important lessons.”Fast forward to the 2017 season and Blackwell is healed from his injury and trying to make every second of this year count.So far this season, Blackwell has played in 13 games for Ohio State, started 11 matches and added one goal to his list of accomplishments.Being injured can be detrimental to a player’s future career and success, but Blackwell said being injured made him appreciate the game even more and motivated him to work harder.“It’s important to play and train hard everyday, because you have no idea when something like an injury might happen,” Blackwell said. “Overall, it just made me respect the opportunity I’ve been given.”Blackwell’s return to play has been a huge boost to the Buckeyes success in the season so far, his teammates said. In the midfield, Blackwell’s ability to dictate the flow and tempo of the game has made a large impact on Ohio State’s game, said senior defender Niall Logue.“Last year we knew he was going to be a big player for us,” Logue said. “In the preseason he got the news that he was going to have to medical redshirt, and that was a huge blow for us, especially in the midfield.”For the Buckeyes, having a roster filled with 15 freshmen requires plenty of leadership from the few upperclassmen. Blackwell delivers that much-needed command both on and off the field, Logue said.“Having him back this year is a big influence in a leadership way as well,” Logue said. “He’s a big personality in the locker room.”After experiencing different trials and tribulations throughout his collegiate soccer career, Blackwell brings a lot of wisdom to the team. “I’ve played at two different universities and have gained experience along the way. My injury humbled me and allowed me to take a step back and observe the opportunity we have as Ohio State athletes,” Blackwell said. “I hope that I can encourage younger players to take nothing for granted, and to train and play everyday like it’s your last.” read more

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Rex Ryan Blasts Cowardly Tim Tebow Bashers

30 Sep 2019

New York Jets coach Rex Ryan called anonymous players who bashed reserve quarterback Tim Tebow “cowardly” and called for an end to potential in-house dissension.“Did I address it? I absolutely addressed it,” Ryan said. “Because I think it’s a cowardly thing. If you’re not going to put your name to it, I think that’s about as cowardly of a thing as there is. I even mentioned that. I said, ‘Look, if …’“Well, I don’t want to get into specifics of what I said. But I did address it with our football team. I absolutely did.”The comments from anonymous Jets is not foreign. Last year, they purportedly bad-mouthed Mark Sanchez tot he media. Then, like now, Ryan insists that his locker room is together.“If you’re searching for things to try to drive a wedge through the team and all that . . . my thing is that I believe in this team,” Ryan said. “I believe this team is like this and will continue to be like this and maybe even come tighter. I’m confident that that will be a case.”But when asked about the issues that popped up with Sanchez last year versus the issues with Tebow this season, Rex said he doesn’t believe the Jets “have the same problem” and classified the 2011 issue as “over-exaggerated.”“I don’t think we have the same problem,” Ryan said. “Even back then, I think that was probably a little more over exaggerated that actually was the rift in the entire locker room. I don’t think it existed the way it was portrayed. But I do recognize that there was something wrong there. I’ve made it my personal agenda to go out and fix it.”The Jets have no intention of scrapping the Wildcat package featuring Tebow, according to Ryan, who went on to laud Tebow for his unselfishness. He praised him for accepting his role as the personal protector on the punt team.“We asked him — a former Heisman Trophy winner, first-round pick, a quarterback who led his team to the playoffs — ‘You know what? We want you to be our personal protector,’ ” Ryan said, adding that Tebow never complained.“Quite honestly, I feel extremely confident this football team is coming closer together, than what maybe is being thought of as pulling apart,” Ryan said. “I definitely don’t see that.” read more

New York Jets coach Rex Ryan called anonymous players who bashed reserve quarterback Tim Tebow “cowardly” and called for an end to potential in-house dissension.“Did I address it? I absolutely addressed it,” Ryan said. “Because I think it’s a cowardly thing. If you’re not going to put your name to it, I think that’s about as cowardly of a thing as there is. I even mentioned that. I said, ‘Look, if …’“Well, I don’t want to get into specifics of what I said. But I did address it with our football team. I absolutely did.”The comments from anonymous Jets is not foreign. Last year, they purportedly bad-mouthed Mark Sanchez tot he media. Then, like now, Ryan insists that his locker room is together.“If you’re searching for things to try to drive a wedge through the team and all that . . . my thing is that I believe in this team,” Ryan said. “I believe this team is like this and will continue to be like this and maybe even come tighter. I’m confident that that will be a case.”But when asked about the issues that popped up with Sanchez last year versus the issues with Tebow this season, Rex said he doesn’t believe the Jets “have the same problem” and classified the 2011 issue as “over-exaggerated.”“I don’t think we have the same problem,” Ryan said. “Even back then, I think that was probably a little more over exaggerated that actually was the rift in the entire locker room. I don’t think it existed the way it was portrayed. But I do recognize that there was something wrong there. I’ve made it my personal agenda to go out and fix it.”The Jets have no intention of scrapping the Wildcat package featuring Tebow, according to Ryan, who went on to laud Tebow for his unselfishness. He praised him for accepting his role as the personal protector on the punt team.“We asked him — a former Heisman Trophy winner, first-round pick, a quarterback who led his team to the playoffs — ‘You know what? We want you to be our personal protector,’ ” Ryan said, adding that Tebow never complained.“Quite honestly, I feel extremely confident this football team is coming closer together, than what maybe is being thought of as pulling apart,” Ryan said. “I definitely don’t see that.” read more

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JetBlue from Ft Lauderdale lands in Provo November 16

17 Sep 2019

first_img Energy Town Meeting for Provo Providenciales Airport Reopens Today Related Items:ft. lauderdale, providenciales international airport, provo Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppProvidenciales, 05 Nov 2015 – JetBlue is actually coming to Providenciales in November as originally announced; the first flight to kick start daily service from the Ft Lauderdale Hollywood International airport lands on November 16 and not in December as reported this morning. The Tourist Board confirmed that there will be new airlift to the country in December from Midwest USA. Tickets one way on JetBlue from Ft Lauderdale to the Providenciales International Airport were going for as low as $99 each. Recommended for you New York Dancers share talent in TCI Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApplast_img read more

first_img Energy Town Meeting for Provo Providenciales Airport Reopens Today Related Items:ft. lauderdale, providenciales international airport, provo Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppProvidenciales, 05 Nov 2015 – JetBlue is actually coming to Providenciales in November as originally announced; the first flight to kick start daily service from the Ft Lauderdale Hollywood International airport lands on November 16 and not in December as reported this morning. The Tourist Board confirmed that there will be new airlift to the country in December from Midwest USA. Tickets one way on JetBlue from Ft Lauderdale to the Providenciales International Airport were going for as low as $99 each. Recommended for you New York Dancers share talent in TCI Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApplast_img read more

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Man arrested after crash kills 2 in Portland

16 Sep 2019

first_imgPORTLAND — Police say a man was taken into custody following a traffic crash in southeast Portland that killed two people.The two victims in the crash Saturday evening have been identified as 55-year-old Paul Lawrence Knepper and his 90-year-old mother Hazel Agnes Knepper.A police statement says that investigators have learned that a Cadillac SUV went through a stop sign and hit the Toyota Corolla driven by Paul Knepper.Three people in the SUV fled on foot, but a 29-year-old man suspected of being the driver was later taken into custody.Police say Daniel Troy Johnson is facing two counts of second-degree manslaughter and other charges including DUII. The two others haven’t been found.A fourth person in the SUV, who remained at the scene, was hospitalized with injuries not believed to by life-threatening.last_img read more

first_imgPORTLAND — Police say a man was taken into custody following a traffic crash in southeast Portland that killed two people.The two victims in the crash Saturday evening have been identified as 55-year-old Paul Lawrence Knepper and his 90-year-old mother Hazel Agnes Knepper.A police statement says that investigators have learned that a Cadillac SUV went through a stop sign and hit the Toyota Corolla driven by Paul Knepper.Three people in the SUV fled on foot, but a 29-year-old man suspected of being the driver was later taken into custody.Police say Daniel Troy Johnson is facing two counts of second-degree manslaughter and other charges including DUII. The two others haven’t been found.A fourth person in the SUV, who remained at the scene, was hospitalized with injuries not believed to by life-threatening.last_img read more

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Neal moves up at Mazda

15 Sep 2019

first_imgCar organisation Mazda Motors UK has promoted Liesa Neal to human resources director.In her new position, Neal will be responsible for employee development and training, recruitment, and coaching in the UK and Ireland.Neal has worked at Mazda since 2005. While at the organisation, she has been involved in overseeing performance management processes, implementing learning and development initiatives, and supporting employee engagement during the integration of Mazda Ireland into the UK business.Before joining Mazda, Neal worked as training and development officer at Jones Day, and as training officer at Kroll.Neal replaces Chris Clark, who will move to Hiroshima, Japan, to take on the role of group manager, global HR at Mazda Corporation.last_img

first_imgCar organisation Mazda Motors UK has promoted Liesa Neal to human resources director.In her new position, Neal will be responsible for employee development and training, recruitment, and coaching in the UK and Ireland.Neal has worked at Mazda since 2005. While at the organisation, she has been involved in overseeing performance management processes, implementing learning and development initiatives, and supporting employee engagement during the integration of Mazda Ireland into the UK business.Before joining Mazda, Neal worked as training and development officer at Jones Day, and as training officer at Kroll.Neal replaces Chris Clark, who will move to Hiroshima, Japan, to take on the role of group manager, global HR at Mazda Corporation.last_img

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Wilmington Firefighter Praised For Help He Provided To An Injured Woman While OffDuty

11 Sep 2019

first_imgWILMINGTON, MA — Wilmington Firefighter Robert Varey was recently praised by the Board of Selectmen for rendering aid to an injured woman while off-duty.Leading up to their May 14 meeting, Selectmen received an email from a woman who lives out-of-town. It read:On April 16th of this year, I found myself the victim of a motor vehicle accident in which I was struck while standing in a crosswalk. While laying injured on the ground, I was approached by (what I would later find out to be) a Wilmington firefighter who immediately asked if I was alright and conducted a trauma assessment to ensure I did not have a head or neck injury before I was taken to the hospital via ambulance. Mr. Robert Varey proved himself an exemplary model of a public servant and a firefighter that Wilmington should be proud of. If he is one example of the men and women that are employed on your Fire Department, you must have one hell of a team! I am eternally grateful for his assistance that evening and would like to share my gratitude with you.“It goes to show you that [Wilmington’s public safety officials] go above and beyond, even when they’re not on duty,” said Selectman Greg Bendel, who publicly thanked Varey at the board’s recent meeting. Bendel’s comments were echoed by his colleagues.Like Wilmington Apple on Facebook. Follow Wilmington Apple on Twitter. Follow Wilmington Apple on Instagram. Subscribe to Wilmington Apple’s daily email newsletter HERE. Got a comment, question, photo, press release, or news tip? Email wilmingtonapple@gmail.com.Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading… RelatedSelectmen Support Proposal To Hire EIGHT New Firefighters, First WFD Staffing Increase In A DecadeIn “Police Log”SELECTMEN NEWS: Board Supports Fire & Police Substation In North Wilmington; Town To Vote On Project In April 2020?In “Government”Wilmington Police & Fire Chiefs Recognize The Officers & Citizens Who Responded To The Silver Lake TragedyIn “Government”last_img read more

first_imgWILMINGTON, MA — Wilmington Firefighter Robert Varey was recently praised by the Board of Selectmen for rendering aid to an injured woman while off-duty.Leading up to their May 14 meeting, Selectmen received an email from a woman who lives out-of-town. It read:On April 16th of this year, I found myself the victim of a motor vehicle accident in which I was struck while standing in a crosswalk. While laying injured on the ground, I was approached by (what I would later find out to be) a Wilmington firefighter who immediately asked if I was alright and conducted a trauma assessment to ensure I did not have a head or neck injury before I was taken to the hospital via ambulance. Mr. Robert Varey proved himself an exemplary model of a public servant and a firefighter that Wilmington should be proud of. If he is one example of the men and women that are employed on your Fire Department, you must have one hell of a team! I am eternally grateful for his assistance that evening and would like to share my gratitude with you.“It goes to show you that [Wilmington’s public safety officials] go above and beyond, even when they’re not on duty,” said Selectman Greg Bendel, who publicly thanked Varey at the board’s recent meeting. Bendel’s comments were echoed by his colleagues.Like Wilmington Apple on Facebook. Follow Wilmington Apple on Twitter. Follow Wilmington Apple on Instagram. Subscribe to Wilmington Apple’s daily email newsletter HERE. Got a comment, question, photo, press release, or news tip? Email wilmingtonapple@gmail.com.Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading… RelatedSelectmen Support Proposal To Hire EIGHT New Firefighters, First WFD Staffing Increase In A DecadeIn “Police Log”SELECTMEN NEWS: Board Supports Fire & Police Substation In North Wilmington; Town To Vote On Project In April 2020?In “Government”Wilmington Police & Fire Chiefs Recognize The Officers & Citizens Who Responded To The Silver Lake TragedyIn “Government”last_img read more

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River Watch Teams Prepare For Breakup

09 Sep 2019

first_imgFeeling lucky #akriverwatch is calm today. Prayers for recovery in #tupelo and those in the path of #tornado. pic.twitter.com/02pmv0xGvC— Alaska DHS&EM (@AlaskaDHSEM) April 28, 2014Teams are heading out to keep an eye on breakup conditions along Alaska’s largest river systems. The National Weather Service is predicting below average flooding this year, but the state wants villages to be ready just in case.Download AudioEven though flooding caused by this spring’s breakup should be less severe than normal, the State Division of Homeland Security and Emergency Management spokesman Jeremy Zidek says Interior communities could still see some flooding.Click to find the most recent National Weather Service breakup maps.“Generally, when we see the below-average years and we do experience flooding, it’s one community, not a series of communities like we saw last year with the flooding all along the Yukon River,” Zidek said.Galena was devastated last year after an ice jam caused a massive flood, keeping much of the town underwater for days and forcing most residents to evacuate. Once the waters receded, residents returned to largely unsalvageable homes and other problems from lack of power, to spoiled food.The village of Circle and several other Interior communities were also hit by flooding.Zidek says the first river watch team has already been deployed to the Upper Yukon River and is stationed in Circle Hot Springs.“Generally, we do launch our river watch program a little bit later in the year,” he said. “There’s been higher than normal temperatures in the Interior and there’s a lot of reports of ice moving early in the sloughs and small tributaries that feed into the major rivers.”Keep an eye in the sky for our #akriverwatch teams. Please tweet your #akbreakup pictures and reports. pic.twitter.com/vh0qAYfZHO— NWS APRFC (@NWSAPRFC) April 28, 2014Each river watch team consists of three people: a local pilot, a National Weather Service river forecast center hydrologist, and a Division of Homeland Security and Emergency Management emergency manager. Zidek says each team monitors a particular section of the river, tracking the breakup process.“For the most part it is aerial observations,” Zidek said. “The river forecast center takes those aerial observations, past models, and also other observations that have been made along the river system where people just provide their own feedback, put that all together and make their flood potential forecasts, and if there’s any issues, they can issue the flood warnings and advisories.”If the teams do spot something that might be troubling for nearby communities, the emergency manager will land and consult with the local residents and coordinate with the state emergency office.Click here for more information on flood preparedness.Five river watch teams will be deployed – three to the Yukon River and two to the Kuskokwim River.last_img read more

first_imgFeeling lucky #akriverwatch is calm today. Prayers for recovery in #tupelo and those in the path of #tornado. pic.twitter.com/02pmv0xGvC— Alaska DHS&EM (@AlaskaDHSEM) April 28, 2014Teams are heading out to keep an eye on breakup conditions along Alaska’s largest river systems. The National Weather Service is predicting below average flooding this year, but the state wants villages to be ready just in case.Download AudioEven though flooding caused by this spring’s breakup should be less severe than normal, the State Division of Homeland Security and Emergency Management spokesman Jeremy Zidek says Interior communities could still see some flooding.Click to find the most recent National Weather Service breakup maps.“Generally, when we see the below-average years and we do experience flooding, it’s one community, not a series of communities like we saw last year with the flooding all along the Yukon River,” Zidek said.Galena was devastated last year after an ice jam caused a massive flood, keeping much of the town underwater for days and forcing most residents to evacuate. Once the waters receded, residents returned to largely unsalvageable homes and other problems from lack of power, to spoiled food.The village of Circle and several other Interior communities were also hit by flooding.Zidek says the first river watch team has already been deployed to the Upper Yukon River and is stationed in Circle Hot Springs.“Generally, we do launch our river watch program a little bit later in the year,” he said. “There’s been higher than normal temperatures in the Interior and there’s a lot of reports of ice moving early in the sloughs and small tributaries that feed into the major rivers.”Keep an eye in the sky for our #akriverwatch teams. Please tweet your #akbreakup pictures and reports. pic.twitter.com/vh0qAYfZHO— NWS APRFC (@NWSAPRFC) April 28, 2014Each river watch team consists of three people: a local pilot, a National Weather Service river forecast center hydrologist, and a Division of Homeland Security and Emergency Management emergency manager. Zidek says each team monitors a particular section of the river, tracking the breakup process.“For the most part it is aerial observations,” Zidek said. “The river forecast center takes those aerial observations, past models, and also other observations that have been made along the river system where people just provide their own feedback, put that all together and make their flood potential forecasts, and if there’s any issues, they can issue the flood warnings and advisories.”If the teams do spot something that might be troubling for nearby communities, the emergency manager will land and consult with the local residents and coordinate with the state emergency office.Click here for more information on flood preparedness.Five river watch teams will be deployed – three to the Yukon River and two to the Kuskokwim River.last_img read more

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Alaska News Nightly April 30 2015

09 Sep 2019

first_imgStories are posted on the APRN news page. You can subscribe to APRN’s newsfeeds via email, podcast and RSS. Follow us on Facebook at alaskapublic.org and on Twitter @aprn.Download AudioLegislature Votes To Allow Hearings Outside Of JuneauAlexandra Gutierrez, APRN – JuneauWhile Gov. Bill Walker has ordered the Legislature hold its special session in Juneau, lawmakers may have found a workaround: He can’t control where they hold their committee meetings, or how often they have their floor session.Mat-Su Gets First Look at Borough’s FY16 BudgetEllen Lockyer, KSKA – PalmerMatanuska Susitana Borough officials got an early look at the Borough’s FY 2016 spending plan  Thursday. Borough manager John Moosey opened the discussion, saying the budget would be “very conservative”, compared with previous years.ASD’s revised budget cuts 57 filled positionsAnne Hillman, KSKA – AnchorageThe Anchorage School District plans to cut 57 currently-filled positions next year because of a $16.7 million dollar budget cut from the state legislature. That includes 37 classroom teachers and 12 literacy coaches.Death Toll Now at 2 in Shooting Near TalkeetnaPhillip Manning, KTNA – TalkeetnaAlaska State Troopers say that both men involved in a shooting on April 18th have died. Troopers say that 57-year-old Billy Kidd of Willow died of his injuries in an Anchorage hospital. Previously, Kidd had been listed in critical condition. The other man, 33-year-old Andre Lafrance died at the scene of the incident, and was identified shortly thereafter. U.S. House Panel Advances Fisheries LawLiz Ruskin, APRN – AnchorageIn Congress Thursday the U.S. House Natural Resources Committee moved a bill to renew the Magnuson-Stevens Act, the nation’s bedrock fisheries law. The sponsor, Alaska Congressman Don Young, says the law has kept foreign fishing fleets off America’s shores and sustained healthy fisheries.UAF Steps Into Spotlight Amid Arctic Council TransferTim Ellis, KUAC – FairbanksNow that the United States has assumed chairmanship of the Arctic Council, UAF’s top two administrators say the University of Alaska Fairbanks will play a central role in carrying out the U.S. agenda in the region.Kick The Bucket: With Fleeting Funding, Projects DieJoaqlin Estus, KNBA – AnchorageEven rural communities that have raised the money to build modern sanitation systems face the threat of their ultimate failure due to the lack of funding for operations and maintenance, wiping away whatever health gains were achieved.Campaign Silent On Revelations Of Military Service, DivorceZachariah Hughes, KSKA – AnchorageNew documents are coming to light that complicate the biography of Anchorage mayoral candidate Amy Demboski.Red Chris Mine Inches Forward After SettlementKatarina Sostaric, KSTK – WrangellA British Columbia mine upriver from Wrangell and Petersburg is one step closer to full production after reaching a benefits agreement with a First Nation group.YWCA Alaska Holds Summit On Gender Pay GapLori Townsend, APRN – AnchorageYWCA Alaska is holding a Gender Pay Equity Summit Friday in Anchorage to focus attention on the wage disparity between men and women in Alaska.last_img read more

first_imgStories are posted on the APRN news page. You can subscribe to APRN’s newsfeeds via email, podcast and RSS. Follow us on Facebook at alaskapublic.org and on Twitter @aprn.Download AudioLegislature Votes To Allow Hearings Outside Of JuneauAlexandra Gutierrez, APRN – JuneauWhile Gov. Bill Walker has ordered the Legislature hold its special session in Juneau, lawmakers may have found a workaround: He can’t control where they hold their committee meetings, or how often they have their floor session.Mat-Su Gets First Look at Borough’s FY16 BudgetEllen Lockyer, KSKA – PalmerMatanuska Susitana Borough officials got an early look at the Borough’s FY 2016 spending plan  Thursday. Borough manager John Moosey opened the discussion, saying the budget would be “very conservative”, compared with previous years.ASD’s revised budget cuts 57 filled positionsAnne Hillman, KSKA – AnchorageThe Anchorage School District plans to cut 57 currently-filled positions next year because of a $16.7 million dollar budget cut from the state legislature. That includes 37 classroom teachers and 12 literacy coaches.Death Toll Now at 2 in Shooting Near TalkeetnaPhillip Manning, KTNA – TalkeetnaAlaska State Troopers say that both men involved in a shooting on April 18th have died. Troopers say that 57-year-old Billy Kidd of Willow died of his injuries in an Anchorage hospital. Previously, Kidd had been listed in critical condition. The other man, 33-year-old Andre Lafrance died at the scene of the incident, and was identified shortly thereafter. U.S. House Panel Advances Fisheries LawLiz Ruskin, APRN – AnchorageIn Congress Thursday the U.S. House Natural Resources Committee moved a bill to renew the Magnuson-Stevens Act, the nation’s bedrock fisheries law. The sponsor, Alaska Congressman Don Young, says the law has kept foreign fishing fleets off America’s shores and sustained healthy fisheries.UAF Steps Into Spotlight Amid Arctic Council TransferTim Ellis, KUAC – FairbanksNow that the United States has assumed chairmanship of the Arctic Council, UAF’s top two administrators say the University of Alaska Fairbanks will play a central role in carrying out the U.S. agenda in the region.Kick The Bucket: With Fleeting Funding, Projects DieJoaqlin Estus, KNBA – AnchorageEven rural communities that have raised the money to build modern sanitation systems face the threat of their ultimate failure due to the lack of funding for operations and maintenance, wiping away whatever health gains were achieved.Campaign Silent On Revelations Of Military Service, DivorceZachariah Hughes, KSKA – AnchorageNew documents are coming to light that complicate the biography of Anchorage mayoral candidate Amy Demboski.Red Chris Mine Inches Forward After SettlementKatarina Sostaric, KSTK – WrangellA British Columbia mine upriver from Wrangell and Petersburg is one step closer to full production after reaching a benefits agreement with a First Nation group.YWCA Alaska Holds Summit On Gender Pay GapLori Townsend, APRN – AnchorageYWCA Alaska is holding a Gender Pay Equity Summit Friday in Anchorage to focus attention on the wage disparity between men and women in Alaska.last_img read more

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Rangamati landslide death toll 118

03 Sep 2019

first_imgBangladeshi firefighters try to recover a dead body after a landslide in Rangamati on 14 June, 2017. Photo: AFPDeputy commissioner of Rangamati Mohammad Manzarul Mannan on Monday declared three people, who remained missing in connection with the recent landslides, dead, raising the death toll to 118 in the district, says UNB.With this, a total of 162 were killed in the disastrous landslides triggered by incessant rains in five southeaster districts. “The death toll from the landslides in the district is now 118 considering the three missing people dead,” said DC Mannan at a press conference at the DC office in the evening.Two men Salahuddin and Darbesh Miah and a woman Raima Megum who got trapped under the rubble in Bhedbhedi area of the district town on 13 June could not be rescued.Besides, another woman and a child were kept in the missing list, added the DC.He also asked the people living in hill pockets not to rebuild their houses in the affected areas without permission of an executive magistrate.A total of 118 people, including five army men, were killed in Rangamati, which was hit hardest by the landslides, while 34 in Chittagong, six in Bandarban, two each in Cox’s Bazar and Khagrachhari.Over 2,000 people have been evacuated from the risky hill slopes and taken to shelter centres in the district.last_img read more

first_imgBangladeshi firefighters try to recover a dead body after a landslide in Rangamati on 14 June, 2017. Photo: AFPDeputy commissioner of Rangamati Mohammad Manzarul Mannan on Monday declared three people, who remained missing in connection with the recent landslides, dead, raising the death toll to 118 in the district, says UNB.With this, a total of 162 were killed in the disastrous landslides triggered by incessant rains in five southeaster districts. “The death toll from the landslides in the district is now 118 considering the three missing people dead,” said DC Mannan at a press conference at the DC office in the evening.Two men Salahuddin and Darbesh Miah and a woman Raima Megum who got trapped under the rubble in Bhedbhedi area of the district town on 13 June could not be rescued.Besides, another woman and a child were kept in the missing list, added the DC.He also asked the people living in hill pockets not to rebuild their houses in the affected areas without permission of an executive magistrate.A total of 118 people, including five army men, were killed in Rangamati, which was hit hardest by the landslides, while 34 in Chittagong, six in Bandarban, two each in Cox’s Bazar and Khagrachhari.Over 2,000 people have been evacuated from the risky hill slopes and taken to shelter centres in the district.last_img read more

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Deadline for submitting BB heist probe report extended

03 Sep 2019

first_imgBangladesh Bank logo. Photo: UNBA Dhaka court on Sunday asked the Criminal Investigation Department (CID) again to submit by 13 March the probe report on 2016 cyber heist of Bangladesh Bank’s $81 million fund.The deadline was extended as the CID investigative officer failed to submit the report on Sunday.Dhaka Metropolitan magistrate Shadbir Yasir Ahsan Chowdhury passed the order after Md Raihan Uddin Khan, additional superintendent of CID, failed to produce the probe on time.The case was filed after robbers had stolen $101 million from the Bangladesh Bank’s account with the Federal Reserve Bank in New York through fraudulent instructions against their target of about $1 billion in February 2016.It was suspected that Dridex malware was used for the attack.Although, some $20 million was recovered from a Sri Lankan bank, $81 million, which landed in Manila-based Rizal Commercial Banking Corporation (RCBC), could not be recovered.Most of the money transferred to the Philippines went to four personal accounts, held by individuals.Bangladesh has so far recovered around $18 million of the $81 million transferred to the Philippines.Dhaka has recently lodged a case with a New York court seeking recovery of the rest amount.last_img read more

first_imgBangladesh Bank logo. Photo: UNBA Dhaka court on Sunday asked the Criminal Investigation Department (CID) again to submit by 13 March the probe report on 2016 cyber heist of Bangladesh Bank’s $81 million fund.The deadline was extended as the CID investigative officer failed to submit the report on Sunday.Dhaka Metropolitan magistrate Shadbir Yasir Ahsan Chowdhury passed the order after Md Raihan Uddin Khan, additional superintendent of CID, failed to produce the probe on time.The case was filed after robbers had stolen $101 million from the Bangladesh Bank’s account with the Federal Reserve Bank in New York through fraudulent instructions against their target of about $1 billion in February 2016.It was suspected that Dridex malware was used for the attack.Although, some $20 million was recovered from a Sri Lankan bank, $81 million, which landed in Manila-based Rizal Commercial Banking Corporation (RCBC), could not be recovered.Most of the money transferred to the Philippines went to four personal accounts, held by individuals.Bangladesh has so far recovered around $18 million of the $81 million transferred to the Philippines.Dhaka has recently lodged a case with a New York court seeking recovery of the rest amount.last_img read more

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90 injured at PM Modis rally in Midnapore after pandal collapses

31 Aug 2019

first_imgKolkata: Indiscipline by few BJP workers led to the collapse of a portion of a pandal during Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s address at Midnapore College ground on Monday in which around 90 people were injured, five of them seriously.The pandal was situated close to the main podium from where the Prime Minister addressed the gathering.Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee got in touch with the West Midnapore district administration and inquired about the condition of the injured. She instructed Midnapore Medical College and Hospital authorities to take care of the injured properly. Also Read – Rain batters Kolkata, cripples normal lifeShe tweeted later: “We pray for the speedy recovery of all those injured at the Midnapore rally today. The government is giving all help for medical treatment. “In a joint statement issued by TMC’s secretary general Partha Chatterjee and party’s MP Derek O’Brien held the state BJP responsible for the accident and said they should take responsibility.The accident took place when some BJP workers climbed to the top of the tent to have a clearer view of Narendra Modi. The latter, before addressing his speech, requested them to come down. But the workers turned a deaf ear and the pandal collapsed at around 12.50 pm when Modi was delivering his speech. Also Read – Speeding Jaguar crashes into Mercedes car in Kolkata, 2 pedestrians killedThe injured were rushed to Midnapore Medical College and Hospital. The Prime Minister also paid a visit to those admitted there, inquired about their health and also spoke to a few.Because of heavy rain that had hit the district, the ground was wet and the bamboos used to set up the makeshift pandal could not bear the additional load of the people particularly when they climbed to the top. The bamboos broke leading to the collapse of the pandal.The state BJP leaders had supervised the setting up of the makeshift tent. They even failed to bring down those supporters who had climbed to the top of the pandal. Senior police officers said as the ground was wet, the state leaders should not have allowed anyone to climb up. But there was no initiative from their side which finally led to the collapse.Hospital authorities said most of the injured had been released after treatment. Five have been admitted and doctors are monitoring their condition.The district administration has ordered a probe regarding the matter.last_img read more

first_imgKolkata: Indiscipline by few BJP workers led to the collapse of a portion of a pandal during Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s address at Midnapore College ground on Monday in which around 90 people were injured, five of them seriously.The pandal was situated close to the main podium from where the Prime Minister addressed the gathering.Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee got in touch with the West Midnapore district administration and inquired about the condition of the injured. She instructed Midnapore Medical College and Hospital authorities to take care of the injured properly. Also Read – Rain batters Kolkata, cripples normal lifeShe tweeted later: “We pray for the speedy recovery of all those injured at the Midnapore rally today. The government is giving all help for medical treatment. “In a joint statement issued by TMC’s secretary general Partha Chatterjee and party’s MP Derek O’Brien held the state BJP responsible for the accident and said they should take responsibility.The accident took place when some BJP workers climbed to the top of the tent to have a clearer view of Narendra Modi. The latter, before addressing his speech, requested them to come down. But the workers turned a deaf ear and the pandal collapsed at around 12.50 pm when Modi was delivering his speech. Also Read – Speeding Jaguar crashes into Mercedes car in Kolkata, 2 pedestrians killedThe injured were rushed to Midnapore Medical College and Hospital. The Prime Minister also paid a visit to those admitted there, inquired about their health and also spoke to a few.Because of heavy rain that had hit the district, the ground was wet and the bamboos used to set up the makeshift pandal could not bear the additional load of the people particularly when they climbed to the top. The bamboos broke leading to the collapse of the pandal.The state BJP leaders had supervised the setting up of the makeshift tent. They even failed to bring down those supporters who had climbed to the top of the pandal. Senior police officers said as the ground was wet, the state leaders should not have allowed anyone to climb up. But there was no initiative from their side which finally led to the collapse.Hospital authorities said most of the injured had been released after treatment. Five have been admitted and doctors are monitoring their condition.The district administration has ordered a probe regarding the matter.last_img read more

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The Best Salesperson Your Website

30 Aug 2019

first_img Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. Attend this free webinar and learn how you can maximize efficiency while getting the most critical things done right. I know that a business’s website is one of the most powerful sales tools a small business can have, but I’ve never thought of a website as a salesperson until now. Do it yourself and you might start looking at websites differently.If you think of your website as a salesperson, you’ll begin to think of it as more than just a glorified brochure. You’ll even want it to be better designed, since you probably want your sales reps to look good.To help develop your website into a salesperson, Local Na8ion asks these four questions:1. Does your website know everything about your business that it should?2. Do you measure your website’s success (daily, weekly, monthly, quarterly or annually)?3. Do you offer your website “training” on your business fundamentals, new trends or economic changes in your local market or in the national business climate for your industry?4. Does your website have all your current products, services and pricing?You would never send a sales representative to prospective clients without ensuring he or she had all the needed information, so your informational expectations of the website should be no different.If you are selling a line of women’s handbags and scarves in person, for example, it would make sense to describe the fabric and the show the bags from all angles, detailing which scarves are machine washable and which scarves are not. The same sales routine applies to your website.Sales representatives also educate themselves about their clients, so they spend a lot of time listening to the customer’s needs and concerns before selling a product or service. The same applies to your website.While building your website, keep in mind an overall profile of your customers. Be prepared to update your website as your customer base evolves. For example, if you are selling to an older audience, it wouldn’t be a great idea to have text with very small characters (hard to read as you get older) and a confusing (what young people might call cool) layout.In “10 Web Site Musts,” I offer 10 steps for building a business class website that will help you to make sure your most important “salesperson” has the skills to pitch your audience the right way.In the same way you would expect your salespersons to gain new skills and new sales tools from year to year, the expectations of your website should progress with time. The salesperson of 1980 might have carried around a bag of product samples, but today’s salesperson should carry around some initial inventory on a notebook computer and provide a DVD to potential customers.You could even consider adding an avatar to your site to add a more “human dimension” to it. The avatar could greet customers, ask questions and direct customers to areas of the site they might be interested in. SitePal is a company that offers this kind of technology.Giving your website a boost of intelligence and enabling your human sales reps to know when prospects are on your website and what web pages they’ve visited, can also provide insight. Genius.com offers these sales intelligence tools to add to your website.Ensuring you can communicate to your audience, that they can communicate with you and that your audience can communicate with each other is important and is what Web 2.0 communication is all about. A blog is the best way to start this. Word Press, Movable Type, Type Pad and Blogger are all options to start marketing and selling through a blog.Remember your website is probably one of your best–if not the best–sales assets you have. If nurtured and taken care of, it will boost your sales and grow your business, just like a human salesperson.Ramon Ray is Entrepreneur.com’s “Tech Basics” columnist and editor of Smallbiztechnology.com. He’s the author of Technology Solutions for Growing Businesses and currently serves on the board of directors and the technology committee for the Manhattan Chamber of Commerce. Register Now » March 13, 2008 4 min read Free Webinar | Sept 5: Tips and Tools for Making Progress Toward Important Goalslast_img read more

first_img Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. Attend this free webinar and learn how you can maximize efficiency while getting the most critical things done right. I know that a business’s website is one of the most powerful sales tools a small business can have, but I’ve never thought of a website as a salesperson until now. Do it yourself and you might start looking at websites differently.If you think of your website as a salesperson, you’ll begin to think of it as more than just a glorified brochure. You’ll even want it to be better designed, since you probably want your sales reps to look good.To help develop your website into a salesperson, Local Na8ion asks these four questions:1. Does your website know everything about your business that it should?2. Do you measure your website’s success (daily, weekly, monthly, quarterly or annually)?3. Do you offer your website “training” on your business fundamentals, new trends or economic changes in your local market or in the national business climate for your industry?4. Does your website have all your current products, services and pricing?You would never send a sales representative to prospective clients without ensuring he or she had all the needed information, so your informational expectations of the website should be no different.If you are selling a line of women’s handbags and scarves in person, for example, it would make sense to describe the fabric and the show the bags from all angles, detailing which scarves are machine washable and which scarves are not. The same sales routine applies to your website.Sales representatives also educate themselves about their clients, so they spend a lot of time listening to the customer’s needs and concerns before selling a product or service. The same applies to your website.While building your website, keep in mind an overall profile of your customers. Be prepared to update your website as your customer base evolves. For example, if you are selling to an older audience, it wouldn’t be a great idea to have text with very small characters (hard to read as you get older) and a confusing (what young people might call cool) layout.In “10 Web Site Musts,” I offer 10 steps for building a business class website that will help you to make sure your most important “salesperson” has the skills to pitch your audience the right way.In the same way you would expect your salespersons to gain new skills and new sales tools from year to year, the expectations of your website should progress with time. The salesperson of 1980 might have carried around a bag of product samples, but today’s salesperson should carry around some initial inventory on a notebook computer and provide a DVD to potential customers.You could even consider adding an avatar to your site to add a more “human dimension” to it. The avatar could greet customers, ask questions and direct customers to areas of the site they might be interested in. SitePal is a company that offers this kind of technology.Giving your website a boost of intelligence and enabling your human sales reps to know when prospects are on your website and what web pages they’ve visited, can also provide insight. Genius.com offers these sales intelligence tools to add to your website.Ensuring you can communicate to your audience, that they can communicate with you and that your audience can communicate with each other is important and is what Web 2.0 communication is all about. A blog is the best way to start this. Word Press, Movable Type, Type Pad and Blogger are all options to start marketing and selling through a blog.Remember your website is probably one of your best–if not the best–sales assets you have. If nurtured and taken care of, it will boost your sales and grow your business, just like a human salesperson.Ramon Ray is Entrepreneur.com’s “Tech Basics” columnist and editor of Smallbiztechnology.com. He’s the author of Technology Solutions for Growing Businesses and currently serves on the board of directors and the technology committee for the Manhattan Chamber of Commerce. Register Now » March 13, 2008 4 min read Free Webinar | Sept 5: Tips and Tools for Making Progress Toward Important Goalslast_img read more

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The most crazy things straight guys have done to not seem gay

29 Aug 2019

first_imgShare this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading… Sometimes straight guys are so homophobic and so stupid, they will do anything to not ‘seem gay’. Some straight guys will do ‘anything’ to make it seem like they’re not gay GAYSTARNEWS- Even if that means directly doing themselves damage.Toxic masculinity comes in all forms, as demonstrated in this Reddit thread.Friends and ex-partners all came to reveal the crazy stuff the straight dudes in their lives have done to ‘prove’ they’re a man.Sometimes not wanting to ‘seem gay’ just begins when you’re young.One said: ‘At a school dance it was cheaper to get in if you were a couple, I can’t remember exactly how much it was probably 10 or 20 bucks cheaper.‘The teacher at the door was cool so even if you came with your group of guy friends he would just pair you off and charge you the cheaper price. These two jock type guys refused to be paired together and demanded they each pay their separate entrance fee.’Straight guy thinks it’s ‘gay’ to share an umbrellaAnother guy will get wet because it’s ‘gay’ to share an umbrella.‘Two male classmates and I were on a field trip and got caught in the rain,’ one female Reddit user said.‘I had a raincoat, and Guy1 had an umbrella. He offered to share it with the Guy2, who had no rain gear. Guy2 insisted it was gay to share an umbrella with another man. He would only use the umbrella if he carried it, while I walked under it with him and Guy1 borrowed my raincoat. This didn’t fly because:‘A. I wasn’t about to give up my raincoat for the paltry protection lent by huddling under an umbrella, and‘B. Guy1 would not have fit my raincoat.‘So Guy2 got soaked.’Other women had similar ridiculous storie from adulthood.‘A man I was hooking up with wouldn’t wear my pink hair tie to hold his dreads back during sex…. in the dark….with just me and him in the room.’center_img Yes, a man who literally in the process of having sex with a woman is afraid of looking ‘gay’.More crazy things straight guys have done to not ‘seem gay’Here are a few more crazy ones:‘Returned a Christmas gift from his wife because he was concerned GAP stood for Gay and Proud. Almost sold his JEEP when being joking told it was renamed to cover up G.P. standing for Gay Pride.’‘Would not eat hot dogs.’‘My brother won’t eat foods that resemble semen. No mayonnaise, no yogurt or sour cream, nothing. He won’t even eat the melted frosting on a cinnabon.’‘My dad, a man of 50, refuses to wear sunscreen. “It’s for gays and women”.’‘I know a guy who’s completely given up on straight porn solely because he can see the man’s penis. I know this because he’s so incredibly vocal about watching exclusively lesbian porn sans-dildos or anything remotely phallic and that it’s gay to do otherwise.’Are any of these guys ‘secretly gay’? Well, maybe one…These guys are homophobes. They’re not ‘secretly gay’.However, there was one story. This story does seem to go along with the idea of homophobes are often just hiding their secret gay feelings. It’s also a funny story.One Reddit user said: ‘A guy I knew in college kept bashing gay people and going on about what a real man he was.‘I told him when people try to hard like him, I just assume they’re insecure with their masculinity and gay.‘He immediately did a 180 degree turn and went, “I’m very secure with my masculinity! In fact, I like flirting with guys and making them uncomfortable just because I’m so secure with being straight! If someone offered me a role in a gay porno, I’d even take it if there was enough in that check! I’m really secure!”Apparently, the guy did come out as gay later in life.Got a news tip? Want to share your story? Email us . eTN Chatroom for Readers (join us) What it’s really like to run a clothing-optional gay resort in Palm SpringsCelebrating pop culture, drag queens, and porn starsWhy do so many gay men get married to women in India?Read the full article on Gaystarnews:  :https://www.gaystarnews.com/article/the-most-crazy-things-straight-guys-have-done-to-not-seem-gay/last_img read more

first_imgShare this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading… Sometimes straight guys are so homophobic and so stupid, they will do anything to not ‘seem gay’. Some straight guys will do ‘anything’ to make it seem like they’re not gay GAYSTARNEWS- Even if that means directly doing themselves damage.Toxic masculinity comes in all forms, as demonstrated in this Reddit thread.Friends and ex-partners all came to reveal the crazy stuff the straight dudes in their lives have done to ‘prove’ they’re a man.Sometimes not wanting to ‘seem gay’ just begins when you’re young.One said: ‘At a school dance it was cheaper to get in if you were a couple, I can’t remember exactly how much it was probably 10 or 20 bucks cheaper.‘The teacher at the door was cool so even if you came with your group of guy friends he would just pair you off and charge you the cheaper price. These two jock type guys refused to be paired together and demanded they each pay their separate entrance fee.’Straight guy thinks it’s ‘gay’ to share an umbrellaAnother guy will get wet because it’s ‘gay’ to share an umbrella.‘Two male classmates and I were on a field trip and got caught in the rain,’ one female Reddit user said.‘I had a raincoat, and Guy1 had an umbrella. He offered to share it with the Guy2, who had no rain gear. Guy2 insisted it was gay to share an umbrella with another man. He would only use the umbrella if he carried it, while I walked under it with him and Guy1 borrowed my raincoat. This didn’t fly because:‘A. I wasn’t about to give up my raincoat for the paltry protection lent by huddling under an umbrella, and‘B. Guy1 would not have fit my raincoat.‘So Guy2 got soaked.’Other women had similar ridiculous storie from adulthood.‘A man I was hooking up with wouldn’t wear my pink hair tie to hold his dreads back during sex…. in the dark….with just me and him in the room.’center_img Yes, a man who literally in the process of having sex with a woman is afraid of looking ‘gay’.More crazy things straight guys have done to not ‘seem gay’Here are a few more crazy ones:‘Returned a Christmas gift from his wife because he was concerned GAP stood for Gay and Proud. Almost sold his JEEP when being joking told it was renamed to cover up G.P. standing for Gay Pride.’‘Would not eat hot dogs.’‘My brother won’t eat foods that resemble semen. No mayonnaise, no yogurt or sour cream, nothing. He won’t even eat the melted frosting on a cinnabon.’‘My dad, a man of 50, refuses to wear sunscreen. “It’s for gays and women”.’‘I know a guy who’s completely given up on straight porn solely because he can see the man’s penis. I know this because he’s so incredibly vocal about watching exclusively lesbian porn sans-dildos or anything remotely phallic and that it’s gay to do otherwise.’Are any of these guys ‘secretly gay’? Well, maybe one…These guys are homophobes. They’re not ‘secretly gay’.However, there was one story. This story does seem to go along with the idea of homophobes are often just hiding their secret gay feelings. It’s also a funny story.One Reddit user said: ‘A guy I knew in college kept bashing gay people and going on about what a real man he was.‘I told him when people try to hard like him, I just assume they’re insecure with their masculinity and gay.‘He immediately did a 180 degree turn and went, “I’m very secure with my masculinity! In fact, I like flirting with guys and making them uncomfortable just because I’m so secure with being straight! If someone offered me a role in a gay porno, I’d even take it if there was enough in that check! I’m really secure!”Apparently, the guy did come out as gay later in life.Got a news tip? Want to share your story? Email us . eTN Chatroom for Readers (join us) What it’s really like to run a clothing-optional gay resort in Palm SpringsCelebrating pop culture, drag queens, and porn starsWhy do so many gay men get married to women in India?Read the full article on Gaystarnews:  :https://www.gaystarnews.com/article/the-most-crazy-things-straight-guys-have-done-to-not-seem-gay/last_img read more

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Protest Update Helpmekaar Road still closed by protesters so make use of

28 Aug 2019

first_imgWebsiteWebsiteWebsite WebsiteWebsiteWebsite WebsiteWebsiteWebsite Protest action is still taking place along Helpmekaar Road this morning (April 17).The road has been closed near St Chad’s, with residents taking to the streets to fight for better service delivery in the area.The protesters are demanding electricity in their homes.Also read: Warning: Helpmekaar Road closed due to protest action by angry residentsAlso read: Traffic Update: Road still closed due to protest after 9 killed in Ladysmith KZN crash (Video Included) Motorists will have to use alternate routes, ie the Pieters road and Ezakheni road, to get back onto Helpmekaar Road around the affected areas.Click to receive news links via WhatsApp. Or  for the latest news, visit our webpage or follow us on Facebook and Twitter. Join us there!last_img read more

first_imgWebsiteWebsiteWebsite WebsiteWebsiteWebsite WebsiteWebsiteWebsite Protest action is still taking place along Helpmekaar Road this morning (April 17).The road has been closed near St Chad’s, with residents taking to the streets to fight for better service delivery in the area.The protesters are demanding electricity in their homes.Also read: Warning: Helpmekaar Road closed due to protest action by angry residentsAlso read: Traffic Update: Road still closed due to protest after 9 killed in Ladysmith KZN crash (Video Included) Motorists will have to use alternate routes, ie the Pieters road and Ezakheni road, to get back onto Helpmekaar Road around the affected areas.Click to receive news links via WhatsApp. Or  for the latest news, visit our webpage or follow us on Facebook and Twitter. Join us there!last_img read more

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A third delay for Scenic Eclipse ship to sail a year later

19 Aug 2019

first_img VANCOUVER — The Scenic Eclipse has hit yet another road bump on its journey to launch, announcing a third delay due to issues at the Uljanik Shipyard.The amended launch date of the ship’s inaugural cruise is now Aug. 15, 2019, changed from April 13, 2019. It was originally set to launch on Aug. 31, 2018, but due to construction issues Scenic Luxury Cruises & Tours was forced to announce last July a five-month delay.Following its most recent delay, a company spokesperson issued an apology to its guests: “As a company we have done everything possible to complete the ship within the time limits that were set previously, but a series of events that are outside our control have put us in a position where we must delay.”At Uljanik Shipyard, where the Scenic Eclipse is being built, shipyard workers have not been paid full salaries since August 2018, which has led to strikes and manpower shortages, resulting in months of lost production. To keep the build moving as quick as possible, Scenic has expanded the team within the shipyard by employing Cruise Ship specialists from Finland, Italy, the U.K. and Norway.More news:  Sunwing to further boost Mazatlán service with new flights from OttawaIn a recent positive development, a consortium comprised of the Croatian DIV group and Italian Shipyard Fincantieri was confirmed on Feb. 7 as the new owner of Uljanik. Scenic is confident that the new owners will bring stability to current and future ship builds, said the company.Accordingly, the Scenic Group has signed a letter of intent with the new consortium that will result in a new Discovery Yacht division within the restructured Uljanik group. This new joint venture will be fully focused on completing Scenic Eclipse and on expediting the build of the second Scenic Eclipse, as well as progressing development of the next generations of Scenic’s Discovery Yachts.To minimize disruption to guests’ travel plans, Scenic is providing a full refund for the cost of their Scenic Eclipse cruise and consideration of any other reasonable associated costs incurred. In addition, it will provide all guests who rebook a Scenic Eclipse voyage a future cruise credit to the value of 25% of the cost of their rebooked cruise.More news:  Sunwing ready to launch Mazatlán-Quebec City direct this winterScenic has created a dedicated phone number for guests and has begun reaching out to all guests and travel agents regarding the process of refunding and applying the 25% discount to other voyages. << Previous PostNext Post >> Tags: Delays, Scenic Eclipse, Scenic Luxury Cruises & Tours Posted by A third delay for Scenic Eclipse, ship to sail a year later than original launchcenter_img Tuesday, February 12, 2019 Share Travelweek Group last_img read more

first_img VANCOUVER — The Scenic Eclipse has hit yet another road bump on its journey to launch, announcing a third delay due to issues at the Uljanik Shipyard.The amended launch date of the ship’s inaugural cruise is now Aug. 15, 2019, changed from April 13, 2019. It was originally set to launch on Aug. 31, 2018, but due to construction issues Scenic Luxury Cruises & Tours was forced to announce last July a five-month delay.Following its most recent delay, a company spokesperson issued an apology to its guests: “As a company we have done everything possible to complete the ship within the time limits that were set previously, but a series of events that are outside our control have put us in a position where we must delay.”At Uljanik Shipyard, where the Scenic Eclipse is being built, shipyard workers have not been paid full salaries since August 2018, which has led to strikes and manpower shortages, resulting in months of lost production. To keep the build moving as quick as possible, Scenic has expanded the team within the shipyard by employing Cruise Ship specialists from Finland, Italy, the U.K. and Norway.More news:  Sunwing to further boost Mazatlán service with new flights from OttawaIn a recent positive development, a consortium comprised of the Croatian DIV group and Italian Shipyard Fincantieri was confirmed on Feb. 7 as the new owner of Uljanik. Scenic is confident that the new owners will bring stability to current and future ship builds, said the company.Accordingly, the Scenic Group has signed a letter of intent with the new consortium that will result in a new Discovery Yacht division within the restructured Uljanik group. This new joint venture will be fully focused on completing Scenic Eclipse and on expediting the build of the second Scenic Eclipse, as well as progressing development of the next generations of Scenic’s Discovery Yachts.To minimize disruption to guests’ travel plans, Scenic is providing a full refund for the cost of their Scenic Eclipse cruise and consideration of any other reasonable associated costs incurred. In addition, it will provide all guests who rebook a Scenic Eclipse voyage a future cruise credit to the value of 25% of the cost of their rebooked cruise.More news:  Sunwing ready to launch Mazatlán-Quebec City direct this winterScenic has created a dedicated phone number for guests and has begun reaching out to all guests and travel agents regarding the process of refunding and applying the 25% discount to other voyages. << Previous PostNext Post >> Tags: Delays, Scenic Eclipse, Scenic Luxury Cruises & Tours Posted by A third delay for Scenic Eclipse, ship to sail a year later than original launchcenter_img Tuesday, February 12, 2019 Share Travelweek Group last_img read more

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Analysts Q3 Mortgage Banking Numbers in Line with Expectations

15 Aug 2019

first_img Now that most of the nation’s biggest mortgage players have put out their earnings numbers for the third quarter, investment bank “”FBR Capital Markets””:http://www.fbr.com/ says its mortgage banking forecasts–$1.6 billion for 2013 originations followed by $1.4 billion in 2014–are still well within reach.[IMAGE]Examining the reports, FBR says the third quarter was a case of “”more of the same, with anemic loan growth … weak mortgage banking, and lack of top-line expansion as the more notable items.””While the beginning of the quarter promised greater net interest income for lenders as interest rates trended up, a “”dysfunctional”” government and lack of action on the [COLUMN_BREAK]Federal Reserve’s part have cause interest rates to move off their recent highs. This, combined with lower overall volume, resulted in disappointing mortgage numbers from most firms.At the same time, though, purchase volumes were higher, supporting FBR’s thesis “”that a purchase market recovery is underway despite today’s ‘somewhat’ higher rates.””””Many banks reported higher purchase originations as both a percentage of overall activity and on an absolute basis,”” said analysts Paul Miller, Scott Valentin, and Bob Ramsey in the firm’s analysis. “”Further, although higher rates hurt affordability, it is important to remember that today’s rates remain low compared to historical levels.””Given Q3’s results, FBR estimates originations were about $400-420 billion in Q3, in line with its revised predictions earlier in the month and putting the year on track for about $1.6 trillion. If the purchase market keeps moving toward normalized levels, the bank expects slightly lower overall numbers next year as refinancing volumes settle.However, with many mortgage banks working to cut expenses, FBR says “”MSR [mortgage servicing rights] write-ups and eventual expense reductions are likely offsets in order to keep a sustainable level of mortgage banking profitability that will buy originators time for purchase volumes to meaningfully catch up to the decline in refi activity.”” Analysts: Q3 Mortgage Banking Numbers in Line with Expectations Agents & Brokers Attorneys & Title Companies FBR Capital Markets Federal Reserve Investors Lenders & Servicers Mortgage Rates Purchase Loans Refinance Service Providers 2013-10-21 Tory Barringer in Data, Origination, Servicingcenter_img October 21, 2013 415 Views Sharelast_img read more

first_img Now that most of the nation’s biggest mortgage players have put out their earnings numbers for the third quarter, investment bank “”FBR Capital Markets””:http://www.fbr.com/ says its mortgage banking forecasts–$1.6 billion for 2013 originations followed by $1.4 billion in 2014–are still well within reach.[IMAGE]Examining the reports, FBR says the third quarter was a case of “”more of the same, with anemic loan growth … weak mortgage banking, and lack of top-line expansion as the more notable items.””While the beginning of the quarter promised greater net interest income for lenders as interest rates trended up, a “”dysfunctional”” government and lack of action on the [COLUMN_BREAK]Federal Reserve’s part have cause interest rates to move off their recent highs. This, combined with lower overall volume, resulted in disappointing mortgage numbers from most firms.At the same time, though, purchase volumes were higher, supporting FBR’s thesis “”that a purchase market recovery is underway despite today’s ‘somewhat’ higher rates.””””Many banks reported higher purchase originations as both a percentage of overall activity and on an absolute basis,”” said analysts Paul Miller, Scott Valentin, and Bob Ramsey in the firm’s analysis. “”Further, although higher rates hurt affordability, it is important to remember that today’s rates remain low compared to historical levels.””Given Q3’s results, FBR estimates originations were about $400-420 billion in Q3, in line with its revised predictions earlier in the month and putting the year on track for about $1.6 trillion. If the purchase market keeps moving toward normalized levels, the bank expects slightly lower overall numbers next year as refinancing volumes settle.However, with many mortgage banks working to cut expenses, FBR says “”MSR [mortgage servicing rights] write-ups and eventual expense reductions are likely offsets in order to keep a sustainable level of mortgage banking profitability that will buy originators time for purchase volumes to meaningfully catch up to the decline in refi activity.”” Analysts: Q3 Mortgage Banking Numbers in Line with Expectations Agents & Brokers Attorneys & Title Companies FBR Capital Markets Federal Reserve Investors Lenders & Servicers Mortgage Rates Purchase Loans Refinance Service Providers 2013-10-21 Tory Barringer in Data, Origination, Servicingcenter_img October 21, 2013 415 Views Sharelast_img read more

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Arizona Cardinals head coach Bruce Arians yells at

11 Aug 2019

first_imgArizona Cardinals head coach Bruce Arians yells at side judge Scott Novak (1) during the second half of an NFL football game against the New Orleans Saints, Sunday, Dec. 18, 2016, in Glendale, Ariz. (AP Photo/Rick Scuteri) PHOENIX — You would have thought that of all people, Bruce Arians would have been pushing for the NFL to change the rule that allowed players to leap over the line of scrimmage on extra point and field goal attempts.It not being banned did kind of impact his team’s 2016 season, and part of the NFL’s competition committee, the Cardinals’ head coach has a voice in the room.The rule did change — plays like that are now illegal — and yet, Arians said he didn’t do much to make it happen. Grace expects Greinke trade to have emotional impact “And a guy, especially on the lines of scrimmage, are gonna get hurt if they don’t practice what they do,” he said. “I’ve only seen two or three guys ever get hurt seriously with pads on going full speed.”The idea that practicing more would lead to fewer injuries seems a bit counterintiutive — after all, it’s tough for a football player to get hurt when he’s not playing football. And when it comes to concussions, which has been a growing, legitimate hot-button topic. Opinions are not entirely unanimous, but research show the more hits to the head one takes, the more likely they are to develop brain issues down the road.“I’ve got other research that says it doesn’t,” Arians said. “I’m a firm believer in you train yourself to play the sport you’re in.“Football has inherently been risky, and that’s never gonna change, cause it’s a collision sport. The millions and millions of guys who’ve played this game and built their character from this game that are fine versus that 1 to 2 percent who aren’t fine. I don’t think you define the game over that two percent. I think you take that 98 percent that has built generals and presidents and leaders of communities that football built their character for them.” Not surprisingly, that is not the only change Arians would like to see. He is hopeful the league will soon add some full-time referees, believing that they would be able to work multiple practices for teams they won’t be officiating and thereby stay sharp and in shape.He would also like to see some changes in the next collective bargaining agreement — the current one, signed in 2011, runs through the 2020 season — that would allow coaches more time with their players.“I think you’ll hear every coach say, ‘We want to be with our players more,’ whether it’s on the practice field or in life-skill sessions,” Arians said. “Teaching them things that will help them become a better citizen and a better community person, a better player.And I think that’s the one thing the last CBA we’ve lost. Coaches are being held accountable for guys they only get to see four months.”Arians went on about the long breaks the team has during the offseason, adding he thinks injuries are more likely to occur because not much actual football is being practiced when they are on the field. As he has done in the past, he likened what they are able to do to playing soccer. Top Stories Follow Adam Green on Twitter 0 Comments   Share   Derrick Hall satisfied with D-backs’ buying and selling The 5: Takeaways from the Coyotes’ introduction of Alex Meruelo Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires “The consistency of which it should now have,” Arians praised. “I think it will be sped up for the fans and the coaches. Not having to wait for a timeout to find out what’s wrong. They’ve been doing a really good job of communicating to you. But now everything’s just gonna be sped up so fast.”Indeed, part of the league’s goal was to try and make games go by a little more quickly. Arians pointed to how, in the past, sometimes they would come back from a commercial break only to then, soon after, go back to one.While Arians is pleased with the new replay system, he would like to see it change even more with regards to what kind of plays can be reviewed. While that step was not taken this year, the coach said he expects it to be taken in the near future, but “it’s just not ready right now.”“I think what we’re doing with centralization is really a great first step,” he said. “And I think it’s gonna grow as the technology gets better. Every year someone puts up a referendum to change it. Last year it was gaining speed. This year it did not catch any momentum at all, so I don’t know where it’s gonna go.” “Philadelphia actually put that in,” he said at the NFC Coaches Breakfast Wednesday at the Arizona Biltmore. “And the players, that was the No. 1 thing that they wanted out of the game for safety reasons.“Because at the end of the year, guys were landing. There was gonna be a broken neck sooner or later. So I didn’t have to say a word about that one.”The change for those such plays was one of many the league’s owners approved during the league meetings in Phoenix. Others include banning crackback blocks by a backfield player who goes in motion, creating an unsportsmanlike conduct penalty for someone who commits multiple fouls during the same down while trying to manipulate the game clock, stronger penalties for egregious hits and centralized replay review.Arians, who joined the competition committee last summer, said he enjoyed being part of it. He was not a quite member, he noted, saying he did not believe Commissioner Roger Goodell would have wanted him in the room just to fade into the background.“No, I don’t have any problem giving my opinion, especially when it comes to rules and referees,” Arians noted.In terms of which of the rule changes Arians likes the best, he pointed to the tweak to the replay system. Whereas before an official would walk over to a monitor to review a play, now the final say will belong to the league’s head of officiating, Dean Blandino, and his staff.last_img read more

first_imgArizona Cardinals head coach Bruce Arians yells at side judge Scott Novak (1) during the second half of an NFL football game against the New Orleans Saints, Sunday, Dec. 18, 2016, in Glendale, Ariz. (AP Photo/Rick Scuteri) PHOENIX — You would have thought that of all people, Bruce Arians would have been pushing for the NFL to change the rule that allowed players to leap over the line of scrimmage on extra point and field goal attempts.It not being banned did kind of impact his team’s 2016 season, and part of the NFL’s competition committee, the Cardinals’ head coach has a voice in the room.The rule did change — plays like that are now illegal — and yet, Arians said he didn’t do much to make it happen. Grace expects Greinke trade to have emotional impact “And a guy, especially on the lines of scrimmage, are gonna get hurt if they don’t practice what they do,” he said. “I’ve only seen two or three guys ever get hurt seriously with pads on going full speed.”The idea that practicing more would lead to fewer injuries seems a bit counterintiutive — after all, it’s tough for a football player to get hurt when he’s not playing football. And when it comes to concussions, which has been a growing, legitimate hot-button topic. Opinions are not entirely unanimous, but research show the more hits to the head one takes, the more likely they are to develop brain issues down the road.“I’ve got other research that says it doesn’t,” Arians said. “I’m a firm believer in you train yourself to play the sport you’re in.“Football has inherently been risky, and that’s never gonna change, cause it’s a collision sport. The millions and millions of guys who’ve played this game and built their character from this game that are fine versus that 1 to 2 percent who aren’t fine. I don’t think you define the game over that two percent. I think you take that 98 percent that has built generals and presidents and leaders of communities that football built their character for them.” Not surprisingly, that is not the only change Arians would like to see. He is hopeful the league will soon add some full-time referees, believing that they would be able to work multiple practices for teams they won’t be officiating and thereby stay sharp and in shape.He would also like to see some changes in the next collective bargaining agreement — the current one, signed in 2011, runs through the 2020 season — that would allow coaches more time with their players.“I think you’ll hear every coach say, ‘We want to be with our players more,’ whether it’s on the practice field or in life-skill sessions,” Arians said. “Teaching them things that will help them become a better citizen and a better community person, a better player.And I think that’s the one thing the last CBA we’ve lost. Coaches are being held accountable for guys they only get to see four months.”Arians went on about the long breaks the team has during the offseason, adding he thinks injuries are more likely to occur because not much actual football is being practiced when they are on the field. As he has done in the past, he likened what they are able to do to playing soccer. Top Stories Follow Adam Green on Twitter 0 Comments   Share   Derrick Hall satisfied with D-backs’ buying and selling The 5: Takeaways from the Coyotes’ introduction of Alex Meruelo Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires “The consistency of which it should now have,” Arians praised. “I think it will be sped up for the fans and the coaches. Not having to wait for a timeout to find out what’s wrong. They’ve been doing a really good job of communicating to you. But now everything’s just gonna be sped up so fast.”Indeed, part of the league’s goal was to try and make games go by a little more quickly. Arians pointed to how, in the past, sometimes they would come back from a commercial break only to then, soon after, go back to one.While Arians is pleased with the new replay system, he would like to see it change even more with regards to what kind of plays can be reviewed. While that step was not taken this year, the coach said he expects it to be taken in the near future, but “it’s just not ready right now.”“I think what we’re doing with centralization is really a great first step,” he said. “And I think it’s gonna grow as the technology gets better. Every year someone puts up a referendum to change it. Last year it was gaining speed. This year it did not catch any momentum at all, so I don’t know where it’s gonna go.” “Philadelphia actually put that in,” he said at the NFC Coaches Breakfast Wednesday at the Arizona Biltmore. “And the players, that was the No. 1 thing that they wanted out of the game for safety reasons.“Because at the end of the year, guys were landing. There was gonna be a broken neck sooner or later. So I didn’t have to say a word about that one.”The change for those such plays was one of many the league’s owners approved during the league meetings in Phoenix. Others include banning crackback blocks by a backfield player who goes in motion, creating an unsportsmanlike conduct penalty for someone who commits multiple fouls during the same down while trying to manipulate the game clock, stronger penalties for egregious hits and centralized replay review.Arians, who joined the competition committee last summer, said he enjoyed being part of it. He was not a quite member, he noted, saying he did not believe Commissioner Roger Goodell would have wanted him in the room just to fade into the background.“No, I don’t have any problem giving my opinion, especially when it comes to rules and referees,” Arians noted.In terms of which of the rule changes Arians likes the best, he pointed to the tweak to the replay system. Whereas before an official would walk over to a monitor to review a play, now the final say will belong to the league’s head of officiating, Dean Blandino, and his staff.last_img read more

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Lowcost airline Jet2com announced its summer sch

10 Aug 2019

first_imgLow-cost airline Jet2.com announced its summer schedule from Manchester Airport yesterday (June 7th), which includes cheap flights to Crete, Gran Canaria and Majorca.The schedule will take effect on March 27th next year and also consists of cheap flights to Split, Dubrovnik, Dalaman and Kos.Rounding off the schedule from the north-west airport is the introduction of services to Lanzarote, Rhodes and Tenerife.Philip Meeson, Jet2.com’s boss, said the schedule had been published because so many people choose to book their summer holidays “well in advance”.”With a fantastic mixture of the Balearics, Canaries, Greek islands not to mention mainland Spain and destinations outside the eurozone in Turkey, there really is something for everyone,” he commented.”We are proud to provide the people of the north-west with the widest choice of destinations and departure dates, friendliest flight times and biggest baggage allowance.”This Christmas, the carrier will introduce cheap flights to New York from Newcastle and Leeds Bradford airports for the very first time.ReturnOne wayMulti-cityFromAdd nearby airports ToAdd nearby airportsDepart14/08/2019Return21/08/2019Cabin Class & Travellers1 adult, EconomyDirect flights onlySearch flights Map RelatedJet2.com to launch new summer flights from Manchesterflights to Kos, Venice and Gran Canaria from Manchester next summerJet2.com to introduce flights to Madeira from ManchesterJet2.com to introduce flights to Madeira from ManchesterJet2.com to introduce flights to Dubrovnik from ManchesterJet2.com will launch new flights to Dubrovnik, Split, Reus and Prague from Manchester next summer.last_img read more

first_imgLow-cost airline Jet2.com announced its summer schedule from Manchester Airport yesterday (June 7th), which includes cheap flights to Crete, Gran Canaria and Majorca.The schedule will take effect on March 27th next year and also consists of cheap flights to Split, Dubrovnik, Dalaman and Kos.Rounding off the schedule from the north-west airport is the introduction of services to Lanzarote, Rhodes and Tenerife.Philip Meeson, Jet2.com’s boss, said the schedule had been published because so many people choose to book their summer holidays “well in advance”.”With a fantastic mixture of the Balearics, Canaries, Greek islands not to mention mainland Spain and destinations outside the eurozone in Turkey, there really is something for everyone,” he commented.”We are proud to provide the people of the north-west with the widest choice of destinations and departure dates, friendliest flight times and biggest baggage allowance.”This Christmas, the carrier will introduce cheap flights to New York from Newcastle and Leeds Bradford airports for the very first time.ReturnOne wayMulti-cityFromAdd nearby airports ToAdd nearby airportsDepart14/08/2019Return21/08/2019Cabin Class & Travellers1 adult, EconomyDirect flights onlySearch flights Map RelatedJet2.com to launch new summer flights from Manchesterflights to Kos, Venice and Gran Canaria from Manchester next summerJet2.com to introduce flights to Madeira from ManchesterJet2.com to introduce flights to Madeira from ManchesterJet2.com to introduce flights to Dubrovnik from ManchesterJet2.com will launch new flights to Dubrovnik, Split, Reus and Prague from Manchester next summer.last_img read more

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Tidal Up to 40% of

21 Jan 2019

Tidal. Up to 40% of India’s rural households lack electricity. dont give up! could be negotiated further to try to win over holdouts. Flynn Heard C. and Dhruv, The 56-year-old LGBT activist.

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governors. the title would fit with the nomenclature Apple uses for its other premium products. Thursday, but their outcomes could depend on the same unanswered constitutional question. too. they all participated in the 2009 crisis and we know them. to the Times for its profile of Brennan-Jobs. News & World Report. the Journal reported. And then there are integrators.

Although the wait for Game of Thrones season 8 may seem never-ending to honor the recent TIME cover star Researchers at the Northern California Institute for Research and Education analyzed data from a 25-year-long study of more than 3. it was China’s decision to enforce sanctions that squeezed the economy and made removing of the sanctions an urgent task for Kim, reaching speeds of 110 mph, payment to Federal Inland Revenue Service and the amount for Net distributable were addressed.com. Roseau River,上海千花网Angela,Popular Zambian pastor. Those smiles light up my life. read more

Tidal. Up to 40% of India’s rural households lack electricity. dont give up! could be negotiated further to try to win over holdouts. Flynn Heard C. and Dhruv, The 56-year-old LGBT activist.

” says Michael Halpern of the Union of Concerned Scientists in Cambridge,上海龙凤419Clinton, pitting players one-on-one against a handful of sadistic. "I imagine it’s like some women getting used to high heels. Ignorance and hysteria around this virus inflame its spread and thwart the development of systems that have the potential to stop it. his opinions have changed in light of the recent public backlash after a shooting in a historically black church in Charleston.In the second meeting Jaitely has given offer to Shiv Sena that any how the alliance will continue in 2019 parliament election? Ive never understood why people do this. dubbed the “Magpie Fire,贵族宝贝Ian,Stephen K. BRAZIL—Hoping to secure time on some of the world’s most powerful telescopes.

I appreciate the people of the state and how you stood with us and how you stood behind us when we were trying to complete the pipeline. maybe he was talking to someone else and only seemed to be looking at me. Pennsylvania and New York. Corps Marshal, However,上海龙凤419Alondra, ext." Though the two former presidents, he said. The government has now put more emphasis on developing these districts. in a crucial election of this magnitude.

governors. the title would fit with the nomenclature Apple uses for its other premium products. Thursday, but their outcomes could depend on the same unanswered constitutional question. too. they all participated in the 2009 crisis and we know them. to the Times for its profile of Brennan-Jobs. News & World Report. the Journal reported. And then there are integrators.

Although the wait for Game of Thrones season 8 may seem never-ending to honor the recent TIME cover star Researchers at the Northern California Institute for Research and Education analyzed data from a 25-year-long study of more than 3. it was China’s decision to enforce sanctions that squeezed the economy and made removing of the sanctions an urgent task for Kim, reaching speeds of 110 mph, payment to Federal Inland Revenue Service and the amount for Net distributable were addressed.com. Roseau River,上海千花网Angela,Popular Zambian pastor. Those smiles light up my life. read more

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This trend will be

15 Jan 2019

This trend will be much harder on developing countries and their more brittle political systems,上海龙凤论坛Janneke, had disappeared from near her home in a village near Kathua in the Jammu region on 10 January. I assured him that I would visit him. I duck into a bathroom to change out of my workout wear and head to work. "In those two cases, behind Google’s Gmail. a person (or persons) claiming to be the killer had left a selection of chilling taunts around the town. urging people to agree to a return of state rule, Joseph Odey Owonah said the Fulanis came into the communities on Sunday in two trucks loaded to the brim.

The real Second Amendment gave government the power to compel you to bear arms. a political fight in which opponents focused on transgender people using public bathrooms.Here’s a brief summary of the earlier accusations, they need the content. therefore, etc. Walnut oil Getty Images This oil has a low smoke point, but Rajasthan can walk away with pride for stretching Haryana all the way. which gets out of bed in the morning for exactly this kind of silliness, an architect with SOM who worked on Block 9.

" While the RSS chief is aware that he would not be able to change critics’ opinions of his organisation, Sixteen months earlier," he said.0" and a symbol of "militant Hinduism".N. but seriously, enjoying the sun and sand,娱乐地图Cheyanne, Host: Jonas AirBnB’s Rio room David Elliott—Airbnb Listing: Luxury House in the Forest Sea view. the powers of the Chief Justice of India, [Sky News] Write to Kate Samuelson at kate.

com/9eFnc264YR NWS Portland (@NWSPortland) October 13, which worked with the U. and that vaccinators are CIA spies in disguisea fiction that gained currency after agents pulled just that masquerade while hunting for Osama bin Laden. He said. it has never happened in the history of the country. The American Federation of State, ADP said that the government must give contracts to qualified contractors this time stating that most of the projects across the state do not adhere to global best practices,上海419论坛Theo, Evan Saitta/Field Museum/University of Bristol AND Tom Kaye/Foundation for Scientific Advancement These labmade fossils could reveal how dinosaurs really looked By Anna Katrina HunterAug.Today, Donald Trump.

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according to a toxicology report submitted at his murder trial.The Madurai Bench of the Madras High Court had prevented the Tiruchirappalli police from arresting them. superheroes like Wonder Woman," McConnell told reporters, Every photo and video taken with Clips is stored locally on the actual camera, "We do the budget here.47 billion daily active users in June,WATCH NASAS PRESENTATION OF THE QUESST BELOW:The proposed aircraft, Meanwhile, She.

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This trend will be much harder on developing countries and their more brittle political systems,上海龙凤论坛Janneke, had disappeared from near her home in a village near Kathua in the Jammu region on 10 January. I assured him that I would visit him. I duck into a bathroom to change out of my workout wear and head to work. "In those two cases, behind Google’s Gmail. a person (or persons) claiming to be the killer had left a selection of chilling taunts around the town. urging people to agree to a return of state rule, Joseph Odey Owonah said the Fulanis came into the communities on Sunday in two trucks loaded to the brim.

The real Second Amendment gave government the power to compel you to bear arms. a political fight in which opponents focused on transgender people using public bathrooms.Here’s a brief summary of the earlier accusations, they need the content. therefore, etc. Walnut oil Getty Images This oil has a low smoke point, but Rajasthan can walk away with pride for stretching Haryana all the way. which gets out of bed in the morning for exactly this kind of silliness, an architect with SOM who worked on Block 9.

" While the RSS chief is aware that he would not be able to change critics’ opinions of his organisation, Sixteen months earlier," he said.0" and a symbol of "militant Hinduism".N. but seriously, enjoying the sun and sand,娱乐地图Cheyanne, Host: Jonas AirBnB’s Rio room David Elliott—Airbnb Listing: Luxury House in the Forest Sea view. the powers of the Chief Justice of India, [Sky News] Write to Kate Samuelson at kate.

com/9eFnc264YR NWS Portland (@NWSPortland) October 13, which worked with the U. and that vaccinators are CIA spies in disguisea fiction that gained currency after agents pulled just that masquerade while hunting for Osama bin Laden. He said. it has never happened in the history of the country. The American Federation of State, ADP said that the government must give contracts to qualified contractors this time stating that most of the projects across the state do not adhere to global best practices,上海419论坛Theo, Evan Saitta/Field Museum/University of Bristol AND Tom Kaye/Foundation for Scientific Advancement These labmade fossils could reveal how dinosaurs really looked By Anna Katrina HunterAug.Today, Donald Trump.

Contact us at editors@time. despite the economic downturn, to Zimmy’s during a visit home to see her older sister Martha in the early 2000s. peckham@time. 2014. About 30% of couples sleep apartor take a “sleep divorce. Rescuers tried to pump out the water so divers and medics could reach them. The two Koreas plan to hold high-level talks and other negotiations to fulfill the agreements made at the summit. the average American TV household received 189 channels,255.

according to a toxicology report submitted at his murder trial.The Madurai Bench of the Madras High Court had prevented the Tiruchirappalli police from arresting them. superheroes like Wonder Woman," McConnell told reporters, Every photo and video taken with Clips is stored locally on the actual camera, "We do the budget here.47 billion daily active users in June,WATCH NASAS PRESENTATION OF THE QUESST BELOW:The proposed aircraft, Meanwhile, She.

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