If you’re a big college football fan, you’re probably aware that Ohio State supporters flat out hate ESPN analyst Mark May. May has consistently dogged the program, and regardless of what the Buckeyes accomplish, he never seems to be willing to concede anything – even when they won the College Football Playoff National Championship game this past year. It’s fair to say that he’s the most hated man in Columbus.Apparently, the school has been using that fact to its advantage. Ohio State has been showing a photo of Mark May to get the crowd to boo at opportune times during men’s basketball games. They did it tonight against Purdue, according to Gregg Doyel. They’ve also used Michigan’s logo in the past to get the same effect.Ohio State wants a loud crowd on Purdue possession, so it put a picture of Mark May on the scoreboard. No joke. And it got loud.— Gregg Doyel (@GreggDoyelStar) March 2, 2015Ohio State and Purdue are tied with six minutes to play in Columbus. You can assume May isn’t rooting for the Buckeyes.
Editors’ Recommendations 11 Best Gins for a Refreshing Gin and Tonic 15 Best Subscription Boxes for Men Who Love Gifts The Barbershop Renaissance and Men’s Grooming Revolution, According to Fellow Barber’s Sam Buffa The 12 Best Laptop Bags for Men The MNML Leather Highlander Travel Bag Makes Short-Term Trips a Breeze Entrepreneur Scott Gabrielson is out to revolutionize the luxury bag market. And his shakeup starts today with the official online launch of his brand new accessories label Oliver Cabell.Offering just two canvas-and-leather styles (the Logan Backpack, $240, and the Kennedy Weekender, $285) in three colors each to start, the brand is unique is that it produces high-quality merchandise made in Italian factories and mills but keeps its responsible manufacturing process entirely transparent – including revealing the names and locations of its suppliers and factories and actual production costs – to prove to customers that they are getting the fairest and best deal possible.Related: Big Concepts, Small Batches, and the World of North St. Bags“More than three quarters of designer goods purchases come from a handful of companies. This allows these brands to mark-up its products 10-20 times what they cost to make. Bags and leather goods are the most demanded, and in turn hold the highest mark-ups,” explains Gabrielson, a North Dakota native who decided to create his brand after visiting Asian sweatshops while earning his master’s degree from the University at Oxford. “When you buy fashion goods you often buy a brand. The problem is that these companies keep the brand but change the way they make things, and it has never been in the interest of consumers. If you’re buying from high-end brands at expensive prices, you automatically assume that it’s of high quality. It’s usually not. And that’s crazy.”According to him, the Logan Backpack would cost $1,320 and the Kennedy Weekender would go for $1,695 if they were produced in the exact same way but under the umbrella of an established luxury brand. That’s clearly quite a price difference for those who are not beholden to so-called “prestigious” labels.While his initial assortment is admittedly small, Gabrielson says to expect more options from Oliver Cabell in the future. “We will continue rolling out functional pieces that support the appreciation for travel and experiences that our target customer believes in and enjoys. Numerous products are complete but we will not be launching with them. These will include additional styles of bags, smaller leather goods and the like,” he says.He adds: “We believe Oliver Cabell relates to intelligent, educated, and successful individuals (both women and men) in larger urban settings. These individuals tend to be conscious of quality and are not swayed by brand name or social currency, and look for brands that stand for creativity and purpose.”Product: Waxed Canvas Duffel Bag by Joshua Vela
While acknowledging that Jamaica started later than expected, the Government has taken measures to implement the tariff liberalization aspect of the CARIFORUM/EU Economic Partnership Agreement (EPA), in accordance with the provisions of the Agreement. The tariff liberalization will be phased over 25 years with reductions occurring biennially until 2033. Cabinet gave approval for the necessary amendments to be made to the Customs Act in order to give formal effect to the implementation of the phased tariff reductions. In the interim, the Ministry of Finance and Planning, in September 2012, issued instructions for the immediate commencement of the first phase of the tariff reductions as outlined in the Schedules attached to the EPA. Until the Customs Act is formally amended, the tariff reductions will be made administratively by the Jamaica Customs Department and this will include the reductions now due on 1st January 2013. With the amendment of the Customs Act, the tariff reductions will continue automatically. CARIFORUM Member States are required under the EPA to notify two Committees, the Joint CARIFORUM/EU Trade and Development Committee (TDC) of Senior Officials and the Joint CARIFORUM/EU Council of Ministers, of steps taken to implement the Agreement of which tariff reductions, allowing EU goods further access to the Jamaican market, are one of the requirements. These Committees, along with the Joint CARIFORUM/EU Consultative Committee of non-State Actors and the CARIFORUM/EU Parliamentary Committee, are responsible for monitoring the implementation of the EPA. The TDC, which is to meet annually, had its first meeting in 2011. The Council, which meets biennially, had its first meeting in 2010. In 2011, Jamaica notified other administrative measures taken to implement the EPA. Jamaica notified the actions taken to implement the tariff reductions to the TDC, which met on 27th September 2012 in Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago, and the Joint Council of Ministers, which met in Brussels, Belgium on 26th October 2012. The EU delegation to the TDC was headed by the Director General for Trade in the EU Commission’s Directorate for Trade, Mr. Peter Thompson, while that to the Council meeting was headed by the EU Trade Commissioner himself, Mr. Karel DeGucht. A formal note informing of the action taken was sent to the EU Commission, through our Ambassador in Brussels. At the same time, the Head of the EU Delegation in Jamaica was also informed by a formal Note. In order to make traders aware of the EPA tariff reductions, the Jamaica Customs Department, in September 2012, notified the Customs Brokers and Freight Forwarders Association of Jamaica by letter with the intent that this information would be circulated to its Members. Further, the information was circulated internally to all Customs Officers. Additionally, the Foreign Trade Division of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Foreign Trade informed the Jamaican private sector organizations of this decision for circulation to their Members. Jamaica has, therefore, in good faith, done what is required to effectively implement the tariff reductions as required under the EPA. In addition, Senator, the Honourable Arnold J. Nicholson, Minister of Foreign Affairs and Foreign Trade, on 27th November 2012 at the CARIFORUM Council Meeting in the Dominican Republic, met with Mr. Christian Leffler, Director for the Americas in the EC’s European External Action Service (EEAS), and in their discussions, updated him on actions taken by Jamaica to implement the EPA. Mr. Leffler commended Jamaica on its progress towards implementing the Agreement and offered the assistance of the EU, if required. The response from the European Commission in Brussels to the actions taken by Jamaica has been appreciative and encouraging. Jamaica and the EU have had a longstanding relationship of mutual trust, both bilaterally and through the ACP Group. The Government of Jamaica has repeatedly and publicly acknowledged the EU as its largest development partner, and has expressed its appreciation for the grant funding provided. The Government, since the signing of the EPA in 2008, has been taking the necessary measures to implement it, in spite of challenges encountered, and remains committed to implementing this Agreement. This commitment has been conveyed to the European Commission at its very highest levels. Contact: Ann-Margaret LimMinistry of Foreign Affairs and Foreign Trade21 Dominica Drive, Kingston 5.
The Government of Nova Scotia is contesting the official marksobtained by the Bluenose II Preservation Trust Society. As afirst step, the province asked the federal court today, Oct. 9,to extend the normal appeal period of 30 days in which anofficial mark can be contested. Tall Ships Art Productions Limited of Waverley had earlier fileda similar application, which is scheduled to be heard in Halifaxon Thursday, Oct. 16. The province made its application today sothat the federal court could hear both motions at the same time. The province supports an application by the Trust, also madetoday, asking the federal court to adjourn its Oct. 16 date untilthe end of November. The province and the Trust entered talkslast month in an attempt to resolve intellectual property issuessurrounding the Bluenose II. They have agreed their discussionswill have a deadline of Friday, Nov. 28. “We intend to continue discussions with the society in goodfaith, in the hopes of reaching an agreement that will eliminatethe need of further court proceedings,” said Rodney MacDonald,Minister of Tourism and Culture. The official marks in dispute involve the names Bluenose,Bluenose II Preservation Trust, Bluenose II Ship’s Company Store,and the Original Bluenose Clothing Company. The action in the federal court is narrower than the case beforethe Nova Scotia Supreme Court, which was launched by the Trustagainst Tall Ships. The federal court case only deals with theofficial marks issue, it does not, like the Nova Scotia SupremeCourt, deal with copyright issues. The Nova Scotia Supreme Courtgranted intervenor status to the province in the Trust’s action. The Bluenose II Preservation Trust is a volunteer, non-profitorganization which operates the Bluenose II under contract withthe department of Tourism and Culture. TOURISM/CULTURE–Province Submits Motion to Federal Court onBluenose II Case
New Delhi: The Centre Wednesday hiked the minimum support price (MSP) for paddy marginally by Rs 65/quintal to Rs 1,815 for the 2019-20 crop year, while rates for oilseeds, pulses and other cereals were raised substantially. The decision, taken by the Cabinet headed by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, will help farmers take a call on which kharif (summer) crop to grow at a time when there has been 33 per cent deficiency in southwest monsoon rains in June, although the Met Department has projected good rains for July and August. Also Read – How a psychopath killer hid behind the mask of a devout laity! Paddy is the main kharif crop, the sowing of which begins with the onset of southwest monsoons. Due to delayed rains, the total area sown to kharif crops was down at 146.61 lakh hectares till last week as against last year’s 162.07 lakh hectare, as per government data. “Monsoon is bit late. It is matter of concern to all and the government is serious about it. The Centre is in constant touch with state governments to deal with deficit rains. But the current estimates of IMD show rainfall will be normal,” Agriculture Minister Narendra Singh Tomar said after announcing the MSP of kharif crops for this year. Also Read – Encounter under way in Pulwama, militant killed Tomar said the Centre has increased the MSP of kharif crops for 2019-20 in line with the principle of fixing MSPs at a level which is at least 1.5 times the cost of production, which was announced last year. The government has raised paddy MSP for both common and A grade varieties by Rs 65/quintal (3.7 per cent) for the 2019-20 crop year (July-June) from over last year, he said. Paddy MSP was increased by Rs 200/quintal for the 2018-19 crop year. Accordingly, the MSP for paddy (common grade) has been fixed at 1,815/quintal, while that for paddy of A grade variety has been hiked to Rs 1,835 for this year. The paddy MSP fixed is 50 per cent higher than the cost of production at Rs 1,205/quintal, the minister added. Among cereals, the government increased ragi MSP substantially by Rs 253 to Rs 3,150 from Rs 2,897/quintal last year. The MSP of jowar has been raised by Rs 120 to Rs 2,550/quintal for hybrid and Rs 2,570 for Maldandi variety. Maize MSP has been hiked by Rs 60/quintal to Rs 1,760, while that of bajra has been raised by Rs 50/quintal to Rs 2,000 for the current year. To encourage production of pulses, Tomar said the MSP of tur has been increased by Rs 125/quintal to Rs 5,800, while that of urad has been raised by Rs 100 to Rs 5,700 and moong by Rs 75 to Rs 7,050. In order to reduce edible oil imports, the government has increased the MSP of oilseeds crops sharply for this year. Soyabean (yellow) rate has been hiked by Rs 311/quintal to Rs 3,710 for the current 2019-20 crop year, while that of sunflower seed has been raised by Rs 262 to Rs 5,650, sesamum seed by Rs 236 to Rs 6,485, groundnut by Rs 200 to Rs 5,090 and nigerseed by Rs 63 to Rs 5,940. Among commercial crops, the government has increased the cotton MSP by Rs 100-105/quintal for this year, with medium staple cotton at Rs 5,255 and long staple cotton at Rs 5,550/quintal. “The highest percentage return to farmers over their cost of production is for Bajra (85 per cent) followed by urad (64 per cent) and tur (60 per cent),” the government said. The Agriculture Minister said that assuring minimum of 50 per cent as margin of profit is one of the most important and progressive steps towards doubling farmers’ income by 2022 and improving their welfare substantively. The MSP mechanism provides a price guarantee to the farmers for their produce. This is implemented across the country as nearly 86 per cent farmers are in small and marginal category. The government said the Food Corporation of India (FCI) and other designated state agencies would continue to provide price support to the farmers in case of cereals, including nutri-cereals. Agencies like NAFED, SFAC and other designated central agencies would continue to undertake procurement of pulses and oilseeds. Cotton Corporation of India (CCI) will be the central nodal agency for undertaking price support operations for cotton. NAFED would supplement efforts of CCI for cotton procurement.
Cairo – The experience of Morocco to promote culture in order to immunize young people against the dangers of terrorism and extremism was highlighted on Sunday by Egyptian paper “Al Ahram”.In an article entitled “Arab Maghreb: culture and law to fight extremism”, the paper recalled that Morocco is at the forefront of countries which did not rely only on security measures to fight terrorism but used culture to raise young people’s awareness concerning the dangers of this plague.It noted that Morocco’s geographical location pushed it to interact with changes and evolutions taking place in the region, adding that the Kingdom contributed to combating the phenomenon of terrorism, which hit a number of Arab and foreign countries, according to an approach that includes the security aspect and the educational dimension.The paper underlined that Morocco possesses a robust security system which enabled it to face efficiently terrorism.With MAP
MADRID — Spain’s acting prime minister is asking voters for an even bigger victory for his Socialist party after his failure to form a government triggered a new election in November.Pedro Sánchez told opposition parties Wednesday in parliament “on Nov. 10 when we will be forced back to the polls, I hope that the Spanish people give the Socialist Party an even bigger majority.”He spoke a day after Spanish King Felipe VI announced that there was no viable candidate who could win the endorsement of the parliament before a Sept. 23 deadline.Sánchez’s Socialists won the April 28 election, but fell short of a majority. Sánchez was unable to win the support of any major rival parties.The upcoming election will be Spain’s fourth in four years.The Associated Press
Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon meeting with Mahmoud Abbas, President of the State of Palestine in Ramallah, West Bank. UN Photo/Eskinder Debebe Recalling his personal experience of seeing his own country, the Republic of Korea, recover from the devastation of war, Mr. Ban said he knew what it is like to live as a displaced person on the move with no home. “And I know what the United Nations can do to help. I stand with the people of Gaza to say that the United Nations will always be with you,” he said. “They are enduring enormously difficult living conditions. The closure of Gaza suffocates its people, stifles its economy and impedes reconstruction efforts. It is a collective punishment for which there must be accountability.” Noting that some 70 per cent of the population is in need of humanitarian assistance, the UN chief also highlighted that more than half of Gaza’s youth have little to no job prospects or horizons of hope. “This situation cannot continue. It feeds anger and despair. It increases the danger of a new escalation of hostilities, which can only bring further suffering to the people of Gaza,” Mr. Ban said. “We need to speak openly of the challenges and the unacceptable difficulties that the people of Gaza face. Of the humiliation of the occupation and the closures, but also of the division between Gaza and the West Bank.” “Palestine is one and until Gaza and the West Bank are united under a single, democratic and legitimate Palestinian government, based on the rule of law and the [Palestine Liberation Organization] PLO principles, Gaza’s prospects for full recovery will be limited,” he added. Later in the day, the UN chief visited the West Bank where, in the city of Ramallah, he met with the President of the State of Palestine, Mahmoud Abbas. At a joint press conference afterwards, the Secretary-General encouraged the Palestinian leadership to act effectively, particularly against incitement, in order to help rebuild trust. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon meeting with Gaza central school parliament. UN Photo/Eskinder Debebe “I am aware that many Palestinians question the feasibility of reaching a just and lasting peace with Israel,” Mr. Ban said. “They hear talk of peace, but they see violence. They still live a life of checkpoints, permits, blockades, demolitions and profound economic hardship.” Yet, he stressed, “continuing violence, terrorism and incitement are incompatible with advancing a negotiated two-State solution.” The Secretary-General highlighted that in his meetings with both President Abbas and Prime Minister Netanyahu, he heard commitments to a negotiated peace. “I reminded both of them that the time for action is long overdue and encouraged them to tangibly demonstrate this commitment and create the conditions for a return to meaningful negotiations,” Mr. Ban said, reiterating that a two-State solution is the only viable option for sustainable peace in the region. The Secretary-General also recounted that during his visit to Gaza earlier in the day, he was profoundly moved by the resilience of the people there, despite the wars and hardships. “Reconstruction is encouraging, but must be accelerated and scaled up,” Mr. Ban said, while also repeating a call to donors to fulfil their commitments. He also stressed that long-term stability in Gaza cannot be achieved without reuniting Gaza and the West Bank under a single, democratic and legitimate Palestinian authority, based on PLO principles, or without a full lifting of the closures on the Gaza Strip in line with Security Council resolution 1860 (2009), while respecting Israel’s legitimate security concerns. “I urge leaders in Gaza and the West Bank to deliver to the Palestinian people, at long last, an end to the issues that divide them, and a commitment to strengthening the ties that bind,” the Secretary-General concluded. “No solution to the conflict will be possible without the recognition that both Palestinians and Jews have an undeniable historic and religious connection to this land,” the Secretary-General said at a joint press conference with Mr. Netanyahu. “No solution can come through violence, it must be based on mutual respect and the recognition of the legitimate aspirations of both peoples,” he added. “No solution can be imposed from the outside, it must be based on direct negotiations on the final status issues.” Noting that he was proud that, during his term as Secretary-General, cooperation between Israel and the UN has deepened in a variety of fields, including the promotion of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), Mr. Ban said he is also pleased that Israel has been expanding its presence and role in the UN over the past 10 years. Underlying causes of violence must be addressedLamenting that his previous visit to Jerusalem in October last year took place during the peak of the recent wave of violence, the UN chief highlighted that the frequency of terror attacks and clashes have decreased. “Yet we must not mistake short-term quiet for a long-term solution. We must not allow difficulties to become excuses for inaction,” he emphasized, indicating that the risk of renewed violence remains high, while attacks, such as the deadly shooting in Tel Aviv earlier this month, continue. The Secretary-General stressed that security measures alone will not be enough to resolve the underlying causes of the cycles of violence that Israelis and Palestinians have been struggling with. Instead, he pointed to hope, as well as leadership that is committed to peace and a lasting solution, as necessary requirements for achieving peace. “We cannot ignore key underlying causes of violence: growing Palestinian anger, the paralysis of the peace process, and nearly a half century of occupation. [None] of these causes justify terror. They can only be resolved through bold political action,” the UN chief said. Mr. Ban highlighted that during his nearly 10 years as Secretary-General, he was proud to say that he had always been a committed friend of Israel, having worked hard to show his sincere friendship for the country. He also noted that his conversations with Mr. Netanyahu had helped him understand Israel’s frustrations and fears. “At the same time, Mr. Prime Minister, I encourage you to take the courageous steps necessary to prevent a one-state reality of perpetual conflict that is incompatible with realizing the national aspirations of the Israeli and Palestinian people,” Mr. Ban said. “The international community can and must support all of these efforts,” he added. “I pledge my full commitment. This may be my last year as Secretary-General, but I will work until the last minute of my mandate for peace, security and justice and dignity for the people of Israel and Palestine.” Palestinian leaders must ‘take responsibility for reconciliation’Earlier today, the Secretary-General travelled to Gaza, where he visited a school run by the UN Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees in the Near East (UNRWA). Speaking to the media following the visit, he reminded the international community of its “ongoing responsibility to act decisively for peace,” and urged Palestinian leaders to take responsibility for reconciliation.
While 10 of the Council’s 15 members voted in favour, Russia rejected the text, as permanent member China, as well as non-permanent members Ethiopia and Kazakhstan abstained. A negative vote – or veto – from one of the Council’s five permanent members means a resolution cannot be adopted. The proposed measure – drafted by France, the United Kingdom and the United States, the Council’s other permanent members – would have strongly condemned “the reported use of chemical weapons in the [Syria], in particular the attack on Khan Shaykhun,” the site of last week’s incident that has drawn increasing global attention.The measure would and also had called on the Syrian Government to comply with relevant recommendations of the Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapon’s (OPCW) Fact Finding Mission (FFM) and the OPCW-UN Joint Investigative Mechanism (JIM).In February, Russia and China vetoed a measure that would have imposed sanctions on a number of individuals and entities linked to the use of chemical weapons in cases where responsibility was established by the OPCW-UN Joint Investigative Mechanism (JIM). Although the Council came together on 19 December to unanimously adopt a resolution demanding that all parties to the Syrian conflict ensure immediate and unhindered access for the monitoring of evacuations from eastern Aleppo, over the past five years, Russia has vetoed eight Council texts on the Syrian conflict, while China has vetoed six of those eight. As the Syrian crisis enters its seventh year, civilians continue to bear the brunt of a conflict marked by unparalleled suffering, destruction and disregard for human life. According to the UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA), 13.5 million people require humanitarian assistance. Moreover, some 6.3 million have been internally displaced by violence.The UN Special Envoy for Syria, Staffan de Mistura, has been facilitating the intra-Syrian talks in Geneva, the latest round of which wrapped up in late March. The discussions are guided by Security Council resolution 2254 (2015), focusing on matters of governance, including a new constitution for Syria and the holding of elections. Briefing the Council in a meeting earlier today, Mr. de Mistura said the US and Russia must find a way to work together to stabilize the situation and support the political process. He said that last week’s reported chemical weapons attack, the subsequent airstrikes by the US and intensified fighting on the ground have put the fragile peace process is in “grave danger.”“This is a time for clear-thinking, strategy, imagination, cooperation,” said Mr. de Mistura.The meeting today comes as the US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson is in Moscow meeting with top Russian officials.
His mother had told her brother, Shahid Rasool Dar that the whole family is furious.He told the Mail: “My sister is so angry. She told Kharum many times to get away from such bad people but he turned completely mad. His mother thinks he was not sane”.The killer was eventually sacked by the London Underground, not for his extremist views but for poor attendance.He also worked at Canada Water station in the Docklands, according to the Mail Online. Khuram Butt Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily Front Page newsletter and new audio briefings. London Underground staff are trusted to keep the public safe, but the attacker had links to the 7/7 bombings.The Times reports that he worked for a man accused of helping to train the July 7 bombing ringleader, and who was under investigation by police and MI5.According to the paper, Butt worked as an attendant at an all-Muslim gym in East London run by Sajeel Shahid, 41, a member of Anjem Choudary’s network, who allegedly helped to set up weapons training in Pakistan for the 7/7 bombers.The ringleader of the London Bridge massacre never bothered to hide his violent, extremist views.Khuram Butt was so brazen that he openly posed with the black flag of the so-called Islamic State in Regent’s Park in the centre of London for a Channel 4 documentary, entitled The Jihadis Next Door. The mother of Khuram Butt has said he was “insane” and said that she warned him not to get involved in extremism.According to the Mail, 60-year-old Fahmida Saif said she had repeatedly warned him about “getting involved with religious fanatics”.Butt did not heed this warning, turning to Islamic extremism and eventually being shot dead after being part of a group which slammed a van into pedestrians at London Bridge and then ran into crowds of revellers, stabbing them.The father-of-two had a job at Westminster Tube this time last Summer, where he reportedly had access to tunnels under Parliament.His wife, Zahrah, 24, is said to be “cursing” him, and they were reportedly “not on good terms” because of his extremist friends. The tabloid has a photograph, taken in May 2016, which shows him during his training period.In it, he poses in an orange hi-vis jacket and blue uniform.
Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagram The percentage of new borrowers choosing variable rate home loans rose in June for the third consecutive month as rate cuts hit home, according to the latest statistics by Mortgage Choice.Borrowers have taken advantage of lenders’ recent rate cut offers by flocking to variable rate loans, with demand for this loan type rising by three percentage points to 82 per cent of all new home loan approvals last month. This is the highest level recorded in nine months.Mortgage Choice spokesperson Belinda Williamson said the data shows borrowers are now more confident about taking out a variable rate mortgage. “Perhaps whispers of one more rate cut in coming months is wielding influence,” she said.Source: The Adviser
Bill Goldberg made an appearance after RAW went off the air last night in Orlando addressing his comeback following his loss to Brock Lesnar at WrestleMania 33 on Sunday.Our own Mike Tedesco provided a full recap of Goldberg’s promo in his RAW recap.Here is an excerpt from the promo.Goldberg says this isn’t part of the show. The facts are he was approached in October to make a return after thirteen years. There was a lot to think about: physical limitations, age, and desire. Goldberg says, “This ain’t no damn script. I’m speaking from my heart, so I would appreciate it if you’d listen.” They may have wanted that invincible son of a bitch from 13 years ago, but things have changed. He’s still that guy, but his focus is on his family now. As human beings, for the right reason, we can accomplish great things. He likes to think doing it for his family and the WWE Universe is the right reason. They gave him the opportunity after 13 years to show something they’ve never seen. The past few months have been an unbelievable ride to get the opportunity to show them a piece of what he used to do. You can boo or cheer him, but that little boy is the reason why his heart still beats. It’s the reason he wakes up every morning and goes to the weight room to drive his ass into the ground to be something he can be proud of. He thinks they accomplished what they set out to do and hopes his son appreciates the opportunities they’ve been given because it’s once in a lifetime. Goldberg says he loves his wife and son more than can be quantified. They proved it by him living in the gym, bathroom, and dinner table to be a glimpse of what he used to be. Goldberg’s wife and son are shown holding back tears.Goldberg calls his son into the ring, and he falls. Goldberg says his son takes bumps, which is more than he took his entire career until last night. They can be a tough crowd, but as he said earlier, he’s speaking from his heart. This isn’t part of the show. Goldberg says he was able to take the Universal Championship to his son’s school. The pride he felt standing there was immeasurable. There is nothing that anyone on the planet can do to take that away from them. The crowd gives them a nice ovation. They can boo or cheer him – all it means is they care. That means he’s done something. Another “Goldberg” chant fires up. Goldberg kisses his son. This could possibly be the last time you see him in a ring. The crowd boos that. Some may appreciate it, but he’s here for his family. As long as they appreciate it, he’ll fight, push, train, and do whatever it takes to be him. 13 years removed from the debacle of WrestleMania XX, he and Brock did pretty damn good. A “YES” chant fires up. As he said, he still had a little glimmer of that Goldberg and gave him hope he could succeed. Since he still believes that he’s one of the biggest and baddest sumbitches on the planet, you never know what or who is next! Goldberg and his son bow before the crowd, and he puts his son on the second turnbuckle to pose. Goldberg then says, “One more thing: never say never.”Recommended videosPowered by AnyClipWhich Wrestler Is Next To Be Inducted Into The WWE Hall Of Fame?Video Player is loading.Play VideoPauseUnmuteDuration 0:42/Current Time 0:03Loaded: 21.11%0:03Remaining Time -0:39 FullscreenUp NextThis is a modal window.Beginning of dialog window. Escape will cancel and close the window.TextColorWhiteBlackRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentTransparentWindowColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyTransparentSemi-TransparentOpaqueFont Size50%75%100%125%150%175%200%300%400%Text Edge StyleNoneRaisedDepressedUniformDropshadowFont FamilyProportional Sans-SerifMonospace Sans-SerifProportional SerifMonospace SerifCasualScriptSmall CapsReset restore all settings to the default valuesDoneClose Modal DialogEnd of dialog window.Replay the list Braun Strowman Still Not Cleared For Match Now Playing Up Next 8/29 NXT Live Results: Orlando, Florida (Velveteen Dream takes on Roderick Strong) Now Playing Up Next Videos Articles Google+ Which Wrestler Is Next To Be Inducted Into The WWE Hall Of Fame? Wrestleview Live #63: Reviewing and discussing SummerSlam 2019 from Toronto Brock Lesnar Takes WWE Universal Championship Now Playing Up Next Facebook Is The Rocks Return To WWE In Jeopardy? Pinterest Twitter Now Playing Up Next Bill Goldberg Will Bobby Lashley Finally Face Brock Lesnar? Adam Martin RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR WhatsApp WWE celebrates Smackdown’s 20th anniversary on the first episode on FOX on October 4 Now Playing Up Next
.@USCG rescued two people from the water Friday in the vicinity of Fleming Key. Read more here https://t.co/keUp5FjJfS pic.twitter.com/Xek8wM3TSt— USCGSoutheast (@USCGSoutheast) March 22, 2019Both boaters were in the water when crews arrived.They were safely brought back to shore.No injuries were reported. NEAR KEY WEST, Fla. (WSVN) – The U.S. Coast Guard pulled two boaters from the water after their vessel capsized near Key West.Crews were alerted after good Samaritans said a vessel was sinking off Fleming Key, north of Key West, Friday. Copyright 2019 Sunbeam Television Corp. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.
People living in areas with winter snow may be at increased risk of heart attack after a heavy snowstorm, suggests new research.The risk was found to be particularly higher for men and researchers believe that shovelling is the main mechanism linking snowfall with heart attack, or myocardial infarction (MI).”Men are potentially more likely than women to shovel, particularly after heavy snowfalls. Snow shovelling is a demanding cardiovascular exercise requiring more than 75 per cent of the maximum heart rate, particularly with heavy loads,” said study co-author Nathalie Auger from University of Montreal Hospital Research Centre in Quebec, Canada. Also Read – Add new books to your shelfThe team of researchers looked at data from two separate administrative databases on 128,073 individual hospital admissions and 68,155 deaths from heart attack (MI) in the province of Quebec between 1981 and 2014. They restricted analysis to months in which snow falls, November to April, and obtained detailed weather information from Environment Canada for each health region included in the study.About 60 per cent of hospital admissions and deaths due to heart attack were in men, showed the study published in the Canadian Medical Association Journal. The day after a snowfall had the strongest association.”Quantity of snowfall was associated with an increased likelihood of hospital admission or death due to MI the following day among men,” the study said.
Get the biggest Daily stories by emailSubscribeSee our privacy noticeThank you for subscribingSee our privacy noticeCould not subscribe, try again laterInvalid EmailPolice have today named a 64-year-old woman who died in a crash on the A53 in the Staffordshire Moorlands. Emergency services were called to the collision, which involved a Fiat 500 and a Peugeot 307 near The Winking Man pub in Upper Hulme, shortly after 5pm on Saturday evening. Nothing could be done to save Paula Miller, from the Westlands area of Newcastle Borough, and she was pronounced dead at the scene. Three other people were taken to hospital following the accident – and police are continuing to appeal for anyone with information to get in touch. A police spokeswoman said: “Staffordshire Police can now name the woman who sadly lost her life in a collision on the A53 on Saturday (10 November) as Paula Miller, aged 64, from the Westlands area in Newcastle-under-Lyme. Read MoreTop stories on StokeonTrentLive “Specialist officers are supporting her family at this sad and difficult time. “Anyone who witnessed the collision or has dash-cam footage is asked to call 101, quoting incident number 547 of November 10.” Want to tell us about something going on where you live? Let us know – Tweet us @SOTLive or message us on our Facebook page. And if you have pictures to share, tag us on Instagram at StokeonTrentLive. Police search for missing woman Punter found hiding in bushes Dad slams ‘disgusting’ hospital window Driver named following fatal collision
Technology | Mammography Reporting Software | July 25, 2019 Hologic Partners With MagView to Develop Unifi EQUIP Solution Hologic announced a partnership with mammography information solutions provider MagView to develop Unifi EQUIP, an… read more Feature | Artificial Intelligence | July 19, 2019 | Michal Chorev AI Models Predict Breast Cancer With Radiologist-level Accuracy Breast cancer is the global leading cause of cancer-related deaths in women, and the most commonly diagnosed cancer… read more News | Artificial Intelligence | August 13, 2019 Artificial Intelligence Could Yield More Accurate Breast Cancer Diagnoses University of California Los Angeles (UCLA) researchers have developed an artificial intelligence (AI) system that… read more Image courtesy of Imago Systems News | Ultrasound Women’s Health | July 11, 2019 FDA Clears Koios DS Breast 2.0 AI-based Software Koios Medical announced its second 510(k) clearance from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA). News | January 17, 2013 PenRad MIS Named Leader in 2012 Best in KLAS Company wins report for mammography information system technology, fifth consecutive year Related Content News | Breast Imaging | August 02, 2019 Volpara to Distribute Screenpoint Medical’s Transpara AI Solution Volpara Solutions and ScreenPoint Medical BV signed an agreement under which Volpara will sell ScreenPoint’s Transpara… read more News | PACS | August 09, 2019 Lake Medical Imaging Selects Infinitt for Multi-site RIS/PACS Infinitt North America will be implementing Infinitt RIS (radiology information system)/PACS (picture archiving and… read more read more Technology | Breast Biopsy Systems | July 24, 2019 Fujifilm Releases Tomosynthesis Biopsy Option for Aspire Cristalle Mammography System Fujifilm Medical Systems U.S.A. Inc. recently expanded its breast imaging solutions with the launch of its… read more January 17, 2013 — The PenRad Mammography Information System (MIS) has been named the Category Leader in the “2012 Best in KLAS Awards: Software and Services” report for MIS technology for the fifth consecutive year by KLAS. KLAS rankings are based on product quality, ease-of-use and price, as well as customer support according to evaluations given by system users. Since KLAS began analyzing the MIS market in 2008, PenRad MIS has won the Category Leader each year consecutively.“Providers recognize the critical nature that vendors play in improving healthcare delivery,” says Adam Gale, KLAS president. “Thus, a growing number of providers are weighing in on vendor performance. It speaks volumes that providers want to be heard and be counted. And vendors are listening.”“We are extremely proud to again have PenRad MIS recognized as the Category Leader for MIS, a position we have held since the award’s inception in 2008,” said Greg Gustafson, president and CEO of PenRad. “PenRad remains committed to offering innovative products and world class service, ultimately optimizing productivity and revenue in patient image and information management.” Gustafson goes on to say “This achievement means a lot, not only to PenRad but to existing and potential MIS customers as well; a rating of the best in the market is a significant vote of confidence and a differentiator recognized by all.”PenRad MIS improves breast imaging workflow by streamlining reporting, tracking and management of clinical data. By automating tasks and eliminating duplication, secondary data input and transcription, PenRad MIS optimizes patient care workflow.For more information: www.penrad.com FacebookTwitterLinkedInPrint分享 News | Mammography | August 14, 2019 Imago Systems Announces Collaboration With Mayo Clinic for Breast Imaging Image visualization company Imago Systems announced it has signed a know-how license with Mayo Clinic. The multi-year… read more News | Mammography Reporting Software | July 26, 2019 Ikonopedia Releases Automated Combined Reporting Package at AHRA Ikonopedia showcased its recently released Automated Combined Reporting package and its entire suite of structured… read more Technology | Artificial Intelligence | July 18, 2019 Paragon Biosciences Launches Qlarity Imaging to Advance FDA-cleared AI Breast Cancer Diagnosis System Paragon Biosciences LLC announced the launch of its seventh portfolio company, Qlarity Imaging LLC, which was founded… read more Qlarity Imaging’s software is used to assist radiologists in the assessment and characterization of breast lesions. Imaging features are synthesized by an artificial intelligence algorithm into a single value, the QI score, which is analyzed relative to a database of reference abnormalities with known ground truth. Image courtesy of Business Wire. IBM collected a dataset of 52,936 images from 13,234 women who underwent at least one mammogram between 2013 and 2017, and who had health records for at least one year prior to the mammogram. The algorithm was trained on 9,611 mammograms. Image courtesy of Radiology.
Tempe, Ariz. — The Arizona Cardinals re-signed defensive tackle Bruce Gaston to their practice squad on Monday.Gaston, 22, was released from the Cardinals active roster on Saturday when the team elevated running back Kerwynn Williams to the active roster.The defensive tackle is yet to play an NFL game. He was inactive for four games this season with Arizona after singing on to the 53-man roster on Sept. 24.Gaston signed with the Cardinals as an undrafted free agent out of Purdue in the offseason. He spent the preseason with the team before getting released on Aug. 30. He was claimed off waivers by the New England Patriots. Derrick Hall satisfied with D-backs’ buying and selling Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires Grace expects Greinke trade to have emotional impact Top Stories 0 Comments Share The 5: Takeaways from the Coyotes’ introduction of Alex Meruelo He spent time with the Patriots and Miami Dolphins before the Cardinals signed him off Miami’s practice squad in September.
Police officers across Europe are making ready for their latest “Speed Marathon”, taking place from 6am on Wednesday 6am on Thursday.The 24-hour initiative forms part of TISPOL’s speed enforcement operation, running until April 23. Cyprus is a member of TISPOL – the European Traffic Police Network – but police here have yet to announce their participation in the speed marathon.TISPOL Figures from 2016 show that 95 per cent of drivers observed by police officers during the 24 hours of the Speed Marathon were using legal speeds.The Speed Marathon concept was devised three years ago in the German federal state of North Rhine-Westphalia. Here, members of the public have once again been invited to vote on the locations where they would like speed enforcement measures to take place.The German concept has been adapted and this year is scheduled to be used in every TISPOL member country.TISPOL President Paolo Cestra commented: “Our forthcoming speed enforcement activity is all about prevention. We want drivers to think about the speeds they choose; speeds which are both legal and appropriate for the conditions. By doing so, they will be reducing the risks they face and the risks they pose to other road users.“That’s why we encourage participating countries and police forces to publish information about the precise locations of speed checkpoints in advance. We want to get into the minds of drivers, not their purses.“Illegal and/or inappropriate speed is the single biggest factor fatal road collisions. That’s why police officers take action against drivers who fail to comply with speed limits. The 24-hour speed marathon is one component in our strategy for reducing casualties, and making Europe’s roads safer.”You May LikeFigLeaf Beta AppGet Maximum Privacy with Minimum EffortFigLeaf Beta AppUndoTruthFinder People Search SubscriptionOne Thing All Liars Have in Common, Brace YourselfTruthFinder People Search SubscriptionUndoTotal Battle – Online Strategy GameIf You’re PC User This Strategy Game Is A Must-Have!Total Battle – Online Strategy GameUndo Concern over falling tourism numbersUndoTurkish Cypriot actions in Varosha ‘a clear violation’ of UN resolutions, Nicosia saysUndoTwo arrested in connection with attempted murderUndoby Taboolaby Taboola
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has suggested that given enough contact with Trump he believes he has a shot at coaxing the US President into changing his mind on key policies where they disagree like the Iran nuclear deal climate change and free trade Yet Macrons friendly relationship with Trump would appear to hold risks for the French president Trump is deeply unpopular in France and indeed much of Europe What is more Macrons visit comes at a time of national demonstrations and strikes back home with thousands of French students railway workers retirees and others protesting his sweeping economic reforms On Friday a survey by the polling agency BVA showed that 54% of French had a "bad opinion" of Macron Not only that but France’s recent decision to join the US and the UK in air strikes punishing the Syrian regime for using chemical weapons has not been welcomed by everyone at home Some have drawn comparisons with the Iraq War when then-President George W Bush failed to persuade the French leader Jacques Chirac to join the US-led invasion of Iraq in 2003 "The French have been told by their media and the whole political class that Trump was a dangerous lunatic unable to articulate a domestic policy let alone a complex foreign policy" says Philippe Moreau-Chevrolet a political communications consultant in Paris "Now all of a sudden we are asked to believe that entering a war coalition with him is a good idea" He says that 15 years after the invasion of Iraq the French still “love” Chirac’s refusal to join that coalition Even so the French have widely supported tough military action in Syria And Macron and his allies have brushed off all suggestions that he might be growing too close to Trump "The US is still the most powerful country in the world and Trump for better or worse is the US President" says François Heisbourg special advisor to the French Foundation of Strategic Research in Paris explaining Macrons relationship with Trump "Does that mean we love the guy Of course not" Heisbourg says "But to be seen as the only European leader to have the ability to be honored in the US in the way Macron will be honored well that is pretty flattering" Beyond being flattered Macron has calculated that Frances tight links to the US are more important to the world than the popularity of whoever is currently the US President Macron stressed that point during his TIME interview last November when he said that he needed "a relationship of trust" with Trump to further his foreign policy agenda "We are both duly elected by our voters" he told TIME "I am not here to judge" Similarly when a journalist asked a senior Elysée officials at a press briefing in Paris last week whether Macrons Washington trip risked looking like an endorsement of Trump the aide reminded reporters that the US and France had been allies for 250 years "and have never fought a war against each other" That alliance he said "is of inestimable value in the current context" Macron has three main issues on his agenda this week according to Elysee officials He will try to persuade Trump to stick to the Iran nuclear deal to change his mind on the Paris climate change accord and to return to the Trans-Pacific Partnership which Trump withdrew the US from and now says he might consider rejoining Most urgent is the Iran nuclear deal which the Obama administration negotiated in 2015 in coordination with six world powers and the EU The agreement resulted in a partial lifting of sanctions against Iran and both US and French companies are angling for contracts with the Iranian government Trump has made clear he would like to rip up the Iran deal and has set a May 12 deadline three weeks awayin order to change or ditch the agreement which came after years of painstaking diplomacy Despite the warmth between Trump and Macron few in France expect the French president to succeed in bringing Trump around to his views including on Iran "The likelihood of getting Trump to change his mind on Iran is low” Heisbourg says Yet he adds that Macron will not be blamed for failing in that “He will get A for effort which is not a bad thing” Likewise French officials have suggested that Macron is less anxious about trying to persuade Trump to back the global climate deal which commits each country to carbon-emissions targets in order to dramatically rein in global warming In recent weeks officials have told journalists in Paris last week that in reality the US will likely drastically reduce its carbon emissions in spite of Trumps refusal to sign the treaty since hundreds of companies and numerous US states have said they will commit to doing so In fact Macron might leave Washington on Wednesday evening with little or no concrete result to bring home from his visit–and still regard the visit as a success simply by making Macron look like one of the worlds most important leaders "It never hurts to be seen as the guy who can talk to all the big guys on the block" Heisbourg says "And Macron is probably the only European head of state who can actually pull off that trick" Whether anyone else views it that way remains to be seen Contact us at editors@timecomAt first blush it might seem strange that the Republican Secretary of State in Kansas is going to the mattresses in a seemingly hopeless fight to force Democrats to put a candidate on the ballot for the US Senate But Kris Kobach is no ordinary secretary of state Whip-smart (degrees from Harvard Oxford and Yale) movie-star handsome (and a national champion rower) he is a darling of the far-right wing of the GOP best known as the legal mastermind of the anti-illegal immigration movement No one doubts that Kobach 48 has ambitions far beyond Topeka He is a frequent speaker at conservative gatherings around the country and racks up further frequent flyer miles as a consultant to state lawmakers who want help in writing tough restrictions on undocumented workers His 2004 bid for Congress ended in defeat at the hands of then-incumbent Rep Dennis Moorebut losing your first campaign says nothing about future prospects Ask Barack Obama The question in Kansas is whether Kobach is helping or hurting himself with his crusade which started when the Democratic nominee for Senate Chad Taylor announced that he was dropping out of the race against incumbent Republican Sen Pat Roberts Taylors decisionencouraged by Democratic Party leaders in Kansas and around the countrywas a calculated move to boost the chances of independent candidate Greg Orman Polls have indicated that Roberts is vulnerable But to beat him the anti-Roberts voters would have to unite behind one candidate for Kansas has elected only Republicans to the US Senate since 1932 Kobach answered by refusing to drop Taylors name from the ballot Then after the Kansas Supreme Court ruled Thursday that Taylor has met the requirements to leave the race Kobach doubled down He has ordered Kansas Democrats to nominate another candidatean order that the Democrats are almost certainly going to ignore Some keen observers of Kansas politics are perplexed by Kobachs increasingly quixotic stand "In a lot of ways it doesnt make any sense" says University of Kansas political science professor Burdett "Bird" Loomis "Hes very ambitious yet the more he carries on here the more likely he is to lose his own re-election bid given the perception of his partisanship in an office thats historically been nonpartisan" Perhaps Kobach has squeezed everything he hoped to get out of the office of secretary of state The tough voter ID law that he championed sailed through the conservative Kansas legislature and survived a challenge in federal district court In August Kobach defended the law before a panel of appeals court judges By risking his reelection chances in defense of an embattled Republicanwith control of the Senate potentially at stakeKobach furthers marks himself as a stalwart lone ranger in the mold of the filibustering senators Ted Cruz of Texas and Rand Paul of Kentucky Like them Kobach "really likes to get into it" Loomis says "and may believe that any publicity long-term is good publicity" for a politician seeking a higher national profile At a time when much of the GOP baseand much of the conservative mediaputs a higher value on combat than on victory it pays to be pugnacious In other words Kobach may be trying to win by losing Contact us at editors@timecomS.
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