Coolidge (Antigua): Shreyas Iyer made a match-defining 77 before the bowlers, led by left-arm pacer Khaleel Ahmed, guided India A to a 65-run win over West Indies A in the low-scoring first unofficial ODI here. India A were in a spot of bother at 22 for 3 after opting to bat on Thursday before Iyer and Hanuma Vihari stitched 95 runs for the fourth wicket to lay the foundation for the team’s 190-run total. At a time when the spotlight is on the middle-order problems of the senior team following India’s semifinal defeat to New Zealand in the World Cup, Iyer made a case for himself with a timely knock that came off 107 balls and was studded with eight fours and one six. Also Read – Dhoni, Paes spotted playing football togetherIyer had the challenging job to repair the innings after openers Rituraj Gaekwad, Shubman Gill and skipper Manish Pandey departed inside the first eight overs. Iyer, in the company of Vihari, who made a patient 34 off 63 balls, resurrected the Indian innings but once the duo departed, it all just fell apart for the visitors. After Iyer was run out by Rovman Powell in the 36th over, West Indies A skipper Roston Chase (4/19) ran through India’s lower-order with his off-spin to bowl out the opposition in 48.5 overs. Also Read – Andy Murray to make Grand Slam return at Australian OpenPacer Akeen Jordan (3/43) too shone with the new ball for the Caribbeans. Defending the total, Khaleel (3/16 off 8 overs) produced a fiery opening spell and was ably supported by the spin trio of Axar Patel (2/16), Rahul Chahar (2/32) and Washington Sundar (2/37) as India A bundled out West India A for 125 in 35.5 overs. Jonathan Carter and Powell contributed 41 runs each, among only the three West Indies A batsmen who could reach double-digit scores. The second unofficial ODI of the five-match series will be played at the Sir Vivian Richards Stadium in North Sound, Antigua on July 14.
Manitoba Families Minister Heather Stefanson announced block funding for CFS on Feb. 11.Editor’s note: A previous version of this story stated an AMC spokesperson said the organization wants to see the Manitoba-specific legislation tabled after the broader federal bill is introduced. It was in fact a Dec. 2018 AFN resolution that stated this.Justin BrakeAPTN NewsFirst Nation leaders in Manitoba say the provincial government’s announced child welfare reform this week ignores efforts by Indigenous communities that are trying to regain jurisdiction over their own children.On Wednesday the Assembly of Manitoba Chiefs (AMC) issued a statement criticizing Monday’s announcement by the province that it will move to block funding for child welfare in April of this year.“Provincially-designed and imposed decisions continually miss the mark in reforming what’s known as the Manitoba humanitarian crisis of child welfare,” said Acting AMC Grand Chief Glenn Hudson of Peguis First Nation.On Monday Manitoba Families Minister Heather Stefanson said block funding for Child and Family Services (CFS) will fund the province’s four CFS authorities up front “to improve outcomes for children and families, not by the size of their caseloads or the length of a child’s stay in care.”The province, which has the highest rates among provinces and territories of Indigenous children in state care, had come under fire for operating a child welfare system in which agencies were funded based on the number of cases.Under that model, First Nation leaders and other critics have argued, agencies are incentivized to have children in care while also lacking resources to support families and prevent child apprehension.Manitoba was also criticized for forcing CFS agencies to turn over federal funding they received through the Children’s Special Allowance. The province previously argued those federal funds were a duplication of its existing investments into CFS.That practice will end with the block funding, Stefanson said Monday.“We want to give agencies the freedom to devote more money to prevention, early intervention, community and kinship involvement, and other positive supports,” the minister said, adding “the new model helps reduce their administrative burdens and improves autonomy and accountability.”But, potentially days away from the Trudeau government’s promised child welfare legislation, Manitoba chiefs aren’t pleased with the province’s move.“The province of Manitoba continues to ignore the longstanding position and resolutions of the AMC Chiefs-in-Assembly that seeks to reassert First Nations’ jurisdiction and approach to our children and families,” Hudson said in Wednesday’s statement, adding the province did not consult with First Nation leadership on the decision.The AMC has been fighting 30 years for First Nations jurisdiction over their own child and family matters.Presently, more than 11,000 children in Manitoba are in care. Ninety per cent are Indigenous.It’s 2014 “Bringing Our Children Home” report recommended, among other things, transitioning to a First Nations CFS system and a model of care focused on prevention.A subsequent 2017 report titled “Keewaywin: Our Way Home” determined that Manitoba’s CFS system “is simply an extension of cultural genocide practices found in the residential school system and 60s Scoop.”It put forth a First Nations-led plan for CFS reforms and options for implementing Jordan’s Principle.Keewaywin’s first recommendation was to “restore First Nation jurisdiction of children.”“First Nations never conceded jurisdiction of our children,” the report reads. “This was taken from us through years of purposeful, adversarial and invasive government Indigenous child welfare policies.“First Nations must lead child-welfare reform with reform options informed, mandated, designed and implemented by First Nations and First Nation leadership and citizens.”In December 2017 AMC signed a memorandum of understanding with Canada to address the province’s child welfare crisis.Former Indigenous Services minister Jane Philpott said the MOU was “an important step forward,” and that the parties were “focusing on improvements that First Nations in Manitoba want to see in the child welfare system.”AMC Grand Chief Arlen Dumas said at the time that “grassroots citizens insist we take back jurisdiction of our children and enhance First Nation capacity in all areas to address the Child and Family Services crisis in Manitoba.” The Assembly of Manitoba Chiefs and Canada signed an MOU on child welfare in December 2017. AMC photo.Last year talks began between the AMC and federal government for First Nations in Manitoba to have their own federal child welfare legislation.The AMC consulted with community members, its women’s council, and then began drafting its vision for federal legislation it hopes Canada will table in the House of Commons.The Bringing Our Children Home Act was taken to ceremony and feast, and later reviewed by the AMC Women’s and Elder’s Councils.It was officially adopted in an AMC resolution last October.In December it was supported by the AFN at its special chiefs assembly in Ottawa.Last week AFN Regional Chief Kevin Hart told APTN News that Manitoba is among the provinces said to be resisting the Trudeau government’s impending child welfare bill.A number of sources have also come forward to say the latest draft bill doesn’t include the transfer of full jurisdiction over child welfare from the provinces to First Nations, which some leaders have said they were told was “doable” by Philpott.Current Indigenous Services Minister Seamus O’Regan, and Trudeau himself, have indicated the feds are considering First Nations’ concerns and working to table the legislation soon.With only 12 weeks remaining on Parliament’s sitting schedule before the fall election, there’s already a significant chance any newly tabled legislation won’t make it through the legislative process in time.A resolution passed at December’s AFN assembly in Ottawa calls for Canada and Manitoba First Nations to “jointly draft a mutually agreeable draft Bill” of the Bringing Our Children Home Act “for Canada to introduce in the House of Commons in the very near future, after the federal enabling legislation has been passed.”Last September, the Manitoba government produced its own review of the CFS system.A report for the province’s Legislative Review Committee concluded that those who participated in consultations and information gathering processes “generally agreed that the existing CFS legislation, standards and regulations need to be fundamentally reformed, to develop a system that better supports and provides greater control and influence to families and communities.”A spokesperson for Manitoba Families told APTN Wednesday that the funding changes announced this week “build on Manitoba’s commitment to reform the child welfare system as outlined in the [report].”The report does not discuss Treaty Rights, nor does it recommend returning to First Nations jurisdiction over their children.It’s against this backdrop the AMC says Manitoba’s funding model change fails to account for what First Nations themselves say their children and families need.First Nation leadership “is working on reviving our inherent laws on families,” Swan Lake First Nation Chief Francine Meeches, who chairs the AMC Women’s Council, said Wednesday’s AMC statement.“Sadly, with the Province of Manitoba’s announcement, they continue to ignore us.”The AMC maintains that “the funding dollars for children in care should go straight to the First Nations so they may apply their own First Nations family laws to help keep our children with our families and within our Nations,” said Hudson.email@example.com@justinbrakenews
Canadian stocks were higher Monday as investors bought up battered gold and financial stocks that slipped last week in the wake of earnings reports from the big banks.The S&P/TSX composite index gained 57.13 points to 13,337.85 as traders also took in mixed economic news out of Asia.The Canadian dollar inched up 0.01 of a cent to 93.85 cents US amid a weak housing report.Canada Mortgage and Housing Corp. said that housing starts came in at an annualized rate of 192,235 units in November, a decrease from 198,161 in October. It was also less than the 195,000 reading that economists had expected.U.S. indexes were positive following a strong slate of economic data last week, capped off by U.S. data showing strong job growth last month.The Dow Jones industrials were 11.05 points higher to 16,031.25, the Nasdaq gained 11.32 points to 4,073.84 and the S&P 500 index was up 4.12 points to 1,809.21.While the data was a welcome sign that the American economic revival remains on track, it also raised concerns that the Federal Reserve is set to start winding up its asset buying program sooner than thought, perhaps as early as next week when Fed members meet.“We saw the markets really drifting lower throughout the week on this premise that the economic data was looking good enough to maybe necessitate a Fed move earlier than expected,” said Craig Fehr, Canadian markets specialist at Edward Jones in St. Louis.“Then we get good news on Friday (which) had all the makings of the ’good news is bad news’ scenario but I think we saw a bit of transition where investors were embracing good news a bit more.”Speculation about tapering those US$85 billion of bond purchases has weighed on markets as the stimulus has kept long-term rates low and supported a strong rally on equity markets this year.The gold sector ran ahead 1.7 per cent while February gold added $6.80 to US$1,235.80 an ounce. Barrick Gold. (TSX:ABX) advanced 52 cents to C$16.90.Guyana Goldfields Inc. (TSX:GUY) has revised up the total capital cost of its Aurora Gold project to US$249 million and approved a spending plan to bring it to commercial production. However, the new estimate is well below an earlier estimate, after the company scaled back its plans earlier this year.The earlier estimate for the project in northern Guyana had proposed a $525-million cost for a mine with a life of 22 years and total production of nearly 4.4 million ounces of gold. Guyana shares were ahead eight cents to $1.68.The financials sector was ahead 0.9 per cent, clawing back some of last week’s 1.6 per cent decline following a mixed earnings performance from the big banks.Fehr said despite a couple of disappointments, the banks are attractive because “they’re able to offset that by some other levers that they can pull within their diversified earnings mix.”Royal Bank (TSX:RY) gained $1.21 to $70.26.The energy sector was ahead 0.35 per cent with oil prices lower following a string of gains last week amid figures showing bigger than expected drawdowns in U.S. inventories. The January crude contract on the New York Mercantile Exchange edged six cents lower to US$97.59 a barrel. Canadian Natural Resources (TSX:CNQ) improved by 38 cents to $34.58.Equal Energy Ltd. (TSX:EQU) says it’s entered into a definitive agreement to be bought up by Petroflow Energy Corporation and Petroflow Canada Acquisition Corp. for $5.43 a share. Equal says the total transaction value is approximately US$230 million. Equal shares were unchanged at $5.74.The base metals component was flat with March copper up a penny at US$3.25 a pound as China has posted its biggest trade surplus in almost five years, rising to US$33.8 billion from $31.1 billion the month before. Exports ran ahead 12.7 per cent from November last year, well ahead of October’s 5.6 per cent growth. But imports grew only by 5.3 per cent year-over-year amid tepid domestic demand. Teck Resources (TSX:TCK.B) climbed 20 cents to C$25.20.In other corporate developments, food service distributor Sysco is buying rival US Foods for about US$3.5 billion in a cash and stock deal. It will also assume or refinance about $4.7 billion in debt, putting the total value of the deal at about $8.2 billion dollars. When the acquisition closes, Sysco will have annual sales of about $65 billion dollars. Sysco shares surged $4.50 or 13.12 per cent to US$38.81.
Redshirt junior forward Keita Bates-Diop drives to the basket in the first half of Ohio State’s 80-64 win against No. 1 Michigan State. Credit: Jack Westerheide | Photo EditorOhio State and its sixth man showed up in the Schottenstein Center Sunday.The crowd of 17,599 was as loud as it has been in years and the players did everything they could to keep the fans energized as the Buckeyes (13-4, 4-0 Big Ten) stunned No. 1 Michigan State (15-2, 3-1 Big Ten) in an 80-64 upset. It was Ohio State’s first win over a top-ranked opponent since Feb. 25, 2007 when it beat No. 1 Wisconsin 49-48. After the game had ended and all the fans who had stormed the court began making their way to the exits, Ohio State head coach Chris Holtmann had a moment to reflect on the game that had just unfolded.“Whoa. That was quite an afternoon,” Holtmann said Sunday. “We’ll enjoy this one today here. I can’t say enough about the crowd. The energy was outstanding. Obviously to be expected, we played an incredible team and incredible program, but wow, they really lifted us and lifted our guys.”Buckeye fans celebrate following the game against Michigan State on Jan. 7 in Value City Arena. Ohio State won 80-64. Credit: Jack Westerheide | Photo EditorOhio State ended the first-half on a 16-2 run, capped off by an improbable buzzer-beating 3 from Youngstown on the half-court image by redshirt senior guard Andrew Dakich to take a 41-29 lead, the largest halftime deficit the top-ranked Spartans have faced this season. “That really was a critical stretch. It was all things kind of went in our favor at our point,” Holtmann said Sunday. “All that kind of played into it and it broke open what was a really close game.”The Spartans appeared to seize momentum early with forward Miles Bridges making a mid-range jumpshot and forward Jaren Jackson making a 3 to put them up 5-0 just 36 seconds into the game. About a minute later, Jackson made another athletic layup, spinning while in the air to put his team up 7-2. Bridges finished with 17 points and seven rebounds, while Jackson had 11 points before fouling out with 9:49 left in the game.But Ohio State remained in the game and progressively began to take over momentum. With every make by Ohio State and miss by Michigan State, the Schottenstein Center was brought to life.A mid-range jump shot by Tate to bring the Buckeyes to within two and subsequent make by redshirt junior forward Keita Bates-Diop sent the crowd into a frenzy as the Buckeyes took a 12-11 lead. A 3 by Bates-Diop gave his team some breathing room and extended its lead to 15-11. He led the game in points with a career-high 32 and added seven rebounds.Bates-Diop caught a pass from Dakich in stride as he raced towards the basket, slamming it home for a one-handed dunk to give Ohio State the 31-29 lead with 1:05 left and forcing the Spartans to call a timeout.Tate took over the game for Ohio State in the final minute of the first half, making a layup to put Ohio State up 33-29. He blocked a layup attempt on the other end of the court by Jackson, dished it over to redshirt senior guard Kam Williams back in the Buckeyes’ offensive side of the court who knocked down a 3 to push the team’s lead to 36-29. Bates-Diop then made two free-throws resulting from a technical foul on Michigan State’s bench.The Buckeyes resumed their roll right out of the gate in the second half. Just 11 seconds in, Williams caught a pass from freshman center Kaleb Wesson and threw down a thundering one-handed dunk to put Ohio State up 43-29. After a Spartan possession, Williams knocked down a 3-pointer to go up 46-31. Ohio State junior guard C.J. Jackson made a defender fall to the ground with a crossover to the left and drove to the basket for a short-range jumper in the paint to put the Buckeyes up 65-42 with 12:23. Tate followed that up with a layup to give Ohio State the 67-42 lead, its largest lead over the Spartans.Ohio State junior guard C.J. Jackson (3) brings the ball down the court in the second half in the game against Michigan State on Jan. 7 in Value City Arena. Ohio State won 80-64. Credit: Jack Westerheide | Photo EditorMichigan State began to regain some momentum, going on a 10-0 run to cut Ohio State’s lead down to just 69-55. But a dunk by Bates-Diop ended the run and shifted momentum back in the Buckeyes’ corner as the team went on a 8-2 run. The run brought back memories for several of the Ohio State players to last season when the team often blew leads late. And those memories proved fuel for the team to try and avoid letting up at the end.“We’ve been in situations where we’ve been up 20 and we’ve lost in the last one minute. It happened multiple times last year,” Tate said. “I think me, Keita and the guys that were here last year just continue to have those flashbacks in our mind. We call it, ‘Don’t fold. Like don’t fold like a lawn chair.’ And that’s all we kept saying was we are not folding today. And we got it done.”The Buckeyes shot 53 percent from the field — 47 percent from the 3 — while Michigan State shot just 39 percent from the field and 28 from beyond the arc. Ohio State outscored Michigan State 30-24 in the paint and 10-4 in points off turnovers despite losing the turnover battle 12-6.Ohio State will celebrate its upset victory today, but the players and coaches both said after the game thoughts will quickly turn to facing Maryland, which comes to the Schottenstein Center Thursday at 7 p.m.
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. Justice Secretary David Gauke has signalled the Government could support creating a specific offence to deal with upskirting.He told MPs he is “sympathetic” to calls for further action against the practice and his officials are reviewing the current law to “make sure it is fit for purpose”.Mr Gauke added that there is a “case for making sure we’ve got something specific” to deal with upskirting.Campaigners say existing laws for voyeurism, public decency and public order do not provide enough scope for a conviction, with calls to create a specific sexual offence to deal with it.The first official figures obtained on upskirting – which often sees perpetrators taking photographs or videos of a victim’s groin area from under their clothing – showed complainants as young as 10. “As part of this work, we are considering the Private Member’s Bill put forward by (Wera Hobhouse, Liberal Democrat MP for Bath).”Labour MP Gill Furniss (Sheffield, Brightside and Hillsborough) said almost 100,000 people have signed a petition calling for upskirting to be a specific sexual offence – with MPs from the major parties backing a motion on the issue.She asked: “Why is the minister still refusing to act? We really need to make sure that our law reflects that of Scotland’s, where this has been incorporated into their Sexual Offences Act 2009.”Mr Gauke reiterated that he is sympathetic to the request for further action, adding: “There are offences in place where people have successfully been prosecuted for upskirting, in terms of outraging public decency, and also voyeurism can also apply under the Sexual Offences Act.”But I think there is a case to say these offences don’t necessarily cover every incidence of upskirting and that is why there is a strong case for looking at the law and whether we need to change it.”In response to a later question from Labour’s Diana Johnson (Kingston upon Hull North), Mr Gauke said the impact of legislation in Scotland is being looked at closely. Only one-third of police forces in England and Wales have any data on the prevalence of upskirtingCredit:Rafael Ben-Ari/AP The information, obtained by the Press Association, also highlighted that only one-third of police forces in England and Wales have any data on the prevalence of upskirting.Speaking in the Commons, Mr Gauke said: “I share the outrage at the distress that this intrusive behaviour can cause to victims and I’m determined to ensure that victims have confidence that their complaints will be taken seriously.”I am sympathetic to the calls to change the law and my officials are reviewing the current law to make sure it is fit for purpose. He added that there have been successful prosecutions in England under existing laws, adding: “I think there is a case for making sure we’ve got something specific.”Lib Dem MP Ms Hobhouse’s Voyeurism (Offences) Bill is included as part of Commons business on May 11 although it is near the bottom of the list.It is unlikely to be debated but would receive a second reading and progress to the next stage for further scrutiny if no MPs shout “Object” when its title is read out.
CiDRA Minerals Processing, a company offering real time process monitoring equipment, has been awarded, through Bechtel Chile Ltda, its third expansion contract to supply SONARtrac® process monitoring systems to Minera Los Pelambres in Chile, one of the world’s largest copper mines. The SONARtrac systems will provide volumetric flow measurements on critical slurry lines within the concentrator plant, and work integrally within the Los Pelambres expansion project awarded to Bechtel. This contract is part of the ‘Repower 2 Project – Minera Los Pelambres’, scheduled for completion in 2010 which will increase the capacity of the mine’s concentrator from 132,000 t/d to 159,000 t/d.The project, located in the Andes some 200 km from Chile’s capital, Santiago, comprises two main work sites: the mine area and primary crusher at an elevation of almost 3,000 m, and the concentrator at 1,600 m. A conveyor transports ore from the crusher to the concentrator. Minera Los Pelambres is renowned in the Chilean mining industry for having one of the lowest production costs.CiDRA’s SONARtrac flow technology is a new class of industrial flowmeter, utilising measurement principles that are distinct from all other flowmeter technologies operating in the mining industry. SONARtrac non-intrusive flow monitoring systems make no contact with the slurry and can be removed and reinstalled when it is necessary to replace the pipe. As well, SONARtrac systems demonstrate a very stable output in the presence of a variety of ores, and demonstrate superior levels of performance. This passive, sonar-based technology enables measurements of single phase and multiphase fluids, as well as slurries, with the same level of accuracy and performance.
IHF Super Globe 2011Qatar handball The draw of the 2011 Super Globe in Qatar took place on 19 March in Doha, Qatar, conducted by Leon Kalin, President of the IHF Commission of Organising and Competition (COC).The results of the draw are as follows:Group A THW Kiel (GER)2nd team (QAT)Al-Saad (LEB)Pan America RepresentativeGroup BCiudad Real (ESP)Al Sadd (QAT)Africa RepresentativeSouthern Stars (AUS)The preliminary round matches will be played from 14 to 16 May followed by a rest day. The placement matches and finals will be staged on 18 May.The IHF will publish the playing schedule and further details in due time. ← Previous Story Marta Bon leaves Krim at the end of season Next Story → USA women’s handball – For the Love of the Game
Hi. I’m Carli Velocci. Today we’re going to talk about Drunk History‘s, uh, history in depicting United States Presidents.This President’s Day, considering who is currently President, many of us will probably be (responsibly) drinking (and Feb. 18 is National Drink Wine Day so we might make it a weekend thing). In celebration of Presidents, drinking, and past Presidents, we turn to Drunk History, which has been helping its audience to understand some of the most exciting moments in history through the eyes of super drunk comedians. It might not always be accurate, but it’s at least entertaining.So in celebration of whatever you feel about President’s Day, we’re counting down our favorite Drunk History Presidents, which include a few that make multiple appearances. Because some Presidents are just more relevant and fun to talk about than others, even if they weren’t necessarily good at their jobs.Will Ferrell as President Abraham LincolnThis clip comes from before Comedy Central picked up the show from Funny or Die, and it’s interesting to see how little has changed. In the retelling of the friendship between President Lincoln and Frederick Douglass (who is dead, by the way), Will Ferrell and Don Cheadle tease the bromance comedy we kind of want in a full-length feature film. Ferrell is playing Lincoln with a stoicism that he’s able to exploit for some great deadpan reactions, but the way he wears the fake Lincoln beard is memorable enough. It looks like a drunk person put it on.Bob Odenkirk as President Richard NixonBob Odenkirk is one of comedy’s best straight men and overall actors, so his depiction of President Nixon is a little eerie. It’s not an outright, comedic impersonation, but he does inhabit some of the man’s more physical quirks. It’s more nuanced than you would expect from a Nixon impression, but because it’s Bob Odenkirk, you’re okay with it. It’s just perfect casting, minus the fact it’s also a great Nixon story.Stephen Merchant as President LincolnPresident Lincoln is probably the most popular president on Drunk History, and Stephen Merchant played him the most often, rare considering parts change from episode to episode. The lanky, bug-eyed Merchant is physically one of the best people to play the President, even if he’s British and probably knows nothing about playing him. Merchant knows how to use his giant eyes and his body to elicit a reaction from his audience. Just the way he moves is hilarious, and he knows it.Andy Daly as President Teddy RooseveltThis is the story of how Teddy Roosevelt became a “bad ass” and a “rock star.” It’s a great story, told by a man lying on the floor too drunk to stand. But Teddy Roosevelt didn’t lie on the floor. He went up that hill! He marched. And if anybody turned around, he’d shoot them.Nick Kroll as President Ronald ReaganFirst Lady Nancy Reagan takes center stage in this tale about how Ronald Reagan left the entertainment industry to become a politician, but I enjoy watching Nick Kroll play the clueless puppet to his wife. He’s innocent and wide-eyed, so probably not like the actual President Reagan, but he has a chiseled jaw. We can trust him. I promise.Joe Lo Truglio as President John AdamsHistory has some differing opinions on President John Adams’ legacy. The current view, echoed in Hamilton and in Drunk History, is that Adams wasn’t fit to be a leader. Lin-Manuel Miranda, as Alexander Hamilton in his musical, calls Adams a “fat motherfucker.” Drunk History looks at him like a petulant child, especially when talking about the election of 1800 against future President Thomas Jefferson (although in Adams’ defense, Jefferson doesn’t fare better). Joe Lo Truglio is known for playing borderline creepy man-children, which is perfect when you’re talking about how the Founding Fathers were actually just middle schoolers spreading rumors about each other.Courtney Cox as President Edith WilsonTotally counts! First Lady Edith Wilson made decisions in her husband’s stead while he was recovering from a stroke, so she basically did all his duties, effectively becoming the first female President. She even pulled a Weekend at Bernie’s and propped President Wilson up in bed to ensure that Congress didn’t catch on to the “true condition.”Jack McBrayer as President Andrew JacksonIf President Lincoln has the most appearances in Drunk History, President Jackson is a close second. Or maybe he takes the honor. There are plenty of stories to tell about the guy, who was a war general, war criminal, and genocidal maniac. If you’re going to depict one of the most violent Presidents in our nation’s history, why not cast one of the most adorable, bright-eyed actors? Jack McBrayer makes a living off playing lovable and carefree simpletons, so the comedy is in just the casting. He doesn’t even need to do much, but he brings some bright-eyed innocence to the role anyway.Michael Cera as President Andrew JacksonSpeaking of bright-eyed, here’s Michael Cera doing the exact same thing with a little more relaxation. Cera has played his share of politicians on the show, appearing in the very first episode as Alexander Hamilton, but as President Jackson, he’s able to be “bad ass” without showing off typical markers of the trait. There’s probably a reason why Drunk History keeps having him back on, and it’s probably because of how good he looks in a mustache and old-timey uniform. Yeah, nothing to do with his acting ability.Stream Drunk History here for free with your Hulu account.
FORT LAUDERDALE, FLA. (WSVN) – There was disorder in the court at the Broward County Courthouse after a theft suspect lost his cool during a bond hearing.Security footage captured 32-year-old Bradley Quimbley as he threw a tantrum on Thursday, knocking over a podium when he didn’t get the outcome he wanted.Deputies quickly rushed the suspect and removed him from the courtroom.Quimbley became upset when his bond was increased during a hearing on theft charges.As of Thursday night, he remained behind bars.Copyright 2019 Sunbeam Television Corp. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.
Bitcoin, Ethereum are types of cryptocurrencies availableReutersBe it analysts, cryptocurrency experts, renowned researchers, no one has so far been able to derive the real value of bitcoin till date.However, analysts at Barclays think they have a useful method for tracking bitcoin trends — infectious disease models. And by their analysis, the cryptocurrency fever may have broken.The Barclays model divides the pool of potential bitcoin investors into three groups: susceptible, infected and immune.Just like any infectious disease, rise in prices is spread by word-of-mouth – via blogs, news reports and personal anecdotes – as nobody wants to miss out on the rally that made their friends and colleagues rich.”However, once full adoption is approached, the price decline is sustained and rapid,” Barclays analyst Joseph Abate wrote in a note to clients.”As more of the population become asset holders, the share of the population available to become new buyers — the potential ‘host’ population — falls, while the share of the population that are potential sellers (‘recoveries’) increases. Eventually, this leads to a plateauing of prices, and progressively, as random shocks to the larger supply population push up the ratio of sellers to buyers, prices begin to fall. That induces speculative selling pressure as price declines are projected forward exponentially.”The Barclays model suggests that awareness around cryptocurrencies is now almost universal, and only a small group of the population could now catch speculative interest, and buy in.”We believe the speculative froth phase of cryptocurrency investment – and perhaps peak prices – may have passed,” Abate said.Bitcoin has fallen by more than 50 percent in 2018, trading near $6,969 as of 9:00 a.m. Indian Standard Time.The cryptocurrency rose more than 1,300 percent last year, reaching a peak near $20,000 in December.While the cryptocurrency bounced back from past price collapses in 2011 and 2013, the high level of awareness this time around signals bitcoin may never return to its peak of nearly $20,000 in December, according to the Barclays model.
Stay on target ‘One Punch Man’ Get A Video Game, Probably Has More Punches11 Manga Series That Should Never Be Live Action Movies After the announcement of One Punch Man Season 2 being picked up by Viz Media and character returns, we’re graced with even more exciting news from the illustrator Yusuke Murata. He shares an image of Garou, bruised and bloody with one punched fist out for all to see. ガロウ見開き pic.twitter.com/LvYLyE6ycv— 村田雄介 (@NEBU_KURO) May 20, 2018Yusuke Murata is best known for his illustrations for Eyeshield 21, Dangan Tenshi Fan Club and Gokiburi Buster. He’s also created some fantastic posters for Marvel’s Spider-Man: Homecoming. However, his work on One Punch Man with the creator ONE is probably the best he’s ever done… so far. Murata has a style that’s beyond belief. This is what has fans so hyped about Murata’s image of Garou for the upcoming season.This image comes in the wake of Hikaru Midorikawa (Android 16 of Dragon Ball Z, Lin and Shin of Cowboy Bebop, Softon of Bobobo-bo Bo-bobo) officially welcomed as the voice for Garou for the next season. He’s also set to play the character in the June 20th release of One Punch Man Maji CD Drama & Song in Japan.For those unfamiliar with Garou, Garou is a former student of Bang. He was kicked out for going on an absolute rampage in Bang’s dojo. Garou went on to do his own training. During this time, he defeated more heroes than you can count on your fingers. Garou displays an absolute hatred for heroes but entirely fascinated by monsters. People have called him the “Human Monster.” His abilities are ranged from supernatural senses, transformation, advanced growth, healing, indomitable will, adaptation, wicked strength, stamina, senses and much more.Garou made his debut in the anime in episode 10 as a cameo. Fans are already preparing for his arrival in the anime for him to finally make his mark within the series.One Punch Man started as a webcomic by ONE in 2009. Approached by illustrator Yusuke Murata in 2012, he offered to adapt the manga and publish it with Weekly Young Jump becoming an international sensation. Once it hit the site, it received millions of hits becoming wicked famous overnight. It’s still only just the beginning for this anime and manga becoming even more of a sensation to this day.One Punch Man tells the story of Saitama, a superhero who inspires to become a hero after stopping an attack. He trains as hard as he can, ending up with a massive amount of strength. He joins the Hero Association, but that ends up being a little bit of a burden when he keeps killing people after a single punch. Let us know what you like about Geek by taking our survey.
Carnatic music is considered as one of the main sub genres of Indian Classical Music. The main focus of Carnatic Music is on the vocal part where the music is composed in the way where they can be sung and when rendered through instruments, they are meant to be performed in the singing style. In order to enthral the Carnatic Music lovers, Carnatic Violin Concert by R Sridhar, disciple of Gurus V S K Chakrapani and presently Akhila Krishnan will be held today at the CD Deshmukh auditorium, India International Centre in the national Capital. Also Read – ‘Playing Jojo was emotionally exhausting’The artist will present a musical homage to past violin maestros – Lalgudi Jayaraman, T K JayaramaIyer and others. Accompanying artists are N Padmanabhan (mridangam); and J Vignesh (kanjira).Sridhar is an accomplished violinist from Delhi who from a very early age displayed immense potential. With able guidance from his gurus, V S K Chakrapani and presently from Akhila Krishnan, Sridhar has carved a niche for himself in the field of Carnatic music. Also Read – Leslie doing new comedy special with NetflixAn engineer by profession who is passionate about Carnatic music, Sridhar is interested in collaborating with other systems of music to achieve a musical communion.In recognition of his contribution to Carantic music, Sridhar received the title of Sri Kanchi Kamakoti Peetam Asthana Vidwan by H H Jayendra Saraswathi Swamigal in 2012; Natya Tarang Yuva Puraskar by Natraj Music and Dance Academy, Visakhapatnam 2013; the title of National Sangeet Mani conferred by the Utkal Yuva Sanskrutik Sangh, Orissa 2012; Yuva Ratna by Hindustan Arts and Music Society, Suta Nuti Parishad, Kolkata among others.Apart from performances, Sridhar is actively engaged in training and imparting his art to a younger generation of musicians many of whom have gone on to win prestigious scholarships. Sridhar has released two audio CDs titled ‘Rare Ragas and Rare Kirthis’ and ‘Bhakti’.
Costa Rica announced that it would remove the country’s nine-year-old currency band system in favor of afloating exchange against the U.S. dollar, according to a statement from the Central Bank (BCCR) Saturday.The BCCR had not taken any measures to adjust the value of the colón, Costa Rica’s currency, outside the band since Dec. 12, 2013, arguing that the currency had been in a “de facto” float since then.On Oct. 17, 2006, the BCCR announced that it would implement the currency band, which established a floor and ceiling price between which the colón could float before the Central Bank would take steps to adjust its value. The band system was implemented as a way to gradually move the country from a fixed exchange to a floating one.The colón has depreciated roughly 8 percent against the U.S. dollar since February 2014, selling at 543 on Saturday, according to Monex. The BCCR said that Costa Rica had more than $7.3 billion in reserves. Facebook Comments Related posts:Recent exchange rate stability offers relief to businesses Dollar exchange rate maintains slight upward trend this year Dollar exchange rate reaches highest price in seven years Dollar exchange rate down following Central Bank’s intervention announcement
Source = The Sebel & Citigate Albert Park Melbourne Announced at the 2012 Tourism Accommodation Australia (Vic) State Awards for Excellence on Tuesday 12 June, Executive Chef at The Sebel & Citigate Albert Park Melbourne, David Albert, has taken out the award for Food & Beverage Services Employee of the Year.Recognised in front of more than 400 hoteliers and hospitality industry leaders at a gala event in Melbourne, David outshone a strong list of finalists to win the Individual Excellence award.A proud moment for Chef and his team, David said, “I am so thrilled to be receiving this award. It is always very humbling to receive accolades from your peers in the industry. I would like to thank Quentin Axtens for nominating me and giving me the chance to be recognised in the industry, as well as thank all of my team for their hard work and for making me look good everyday!”Based at The Sebel & Citigate Albert Park Melbourne, David has long been considered „the people?s chef?. Always keen to meet and greet guests, whether casual diners at Windows Restaurant or corporate clients of large, high profile parties, David is an immeasurable asset to The Sebel & Citigate Albert Park Melbourne.Proving nothing is too grand a feat, on one occasion David organised a one-off batch of sorbet made specifically to match meals at a beer-makers dinner held at the hotel. Always looking to go the extra mile in individualising client menus, whether it?s a Chandon Winemaker?s Dinner for 110 people, corporate conferences for upwards of 800 people, or a Christmas lunch for 400, David is up for a challenge and rises to the occasion.Aside from his culinary skills, David shows his commitment to the hospitality industry through his willingness to mentor and coach new staff. Previously, the kitchen at The Sebel & Citigate Albert Park Melbourne did not employ trainee apprentices, however they now have three. The apprentices were hand-picked by David to ensure they would provide the right fit for the team and gain the most from the learning opportunity.Capping off a successful first half of the year following the hotel?s 2012 Micenet Reader?s Choice Award – Preferred Hotel win, The Sebel & Citigate Albert Park Melbourne continues to cement itself as a beacon of superior hospitality in Victoria?s capital.
Share Built for Rent Single Family Rental Market 2016-11-28 Seth Welborn Single-Family Rentals are Not Just Existing Homes November 28, 2016 696 Views in Daily Dose, Data, Featured, News The market share of single-family homes built for rent is currently below its peak but is higher than its historical average and has been gaining over the past year, according to the Census Bureau’s Quarterly Starts and Completions by Purpose and Design.Measured on a one-year moving average, the market share for single-family homes for rent as of the end of Q3 2016 was 4.4 percent—higher than the 2.8 percent historical average market share but still below its 5.8 percent peak reached in 2013.“With the onset of the Great Recession and the ongoing declines in the homeownership rate, the share of built-for-rent homes rose,” NAHB Chief Economist Robert Dietz said. “Despite the current elevated market concentration, the total number of single-family starts built-for-rent remains low in terms of the total building market. However, after falling during 2013, the market share has grown over the past year.”For the 12-month period ending with Q3, 34,000 homes were built for the purpose of hold and rent—an increase of 28,000 for the four quarters prior, according to the Census Bureau.While the Census Bureau’s data includes just homes that are built and held for rent, there are also opportunities for third-party investors who are looking to get into the space. George Huang, founder and managing partner of Bridge Tower Group, said his company owns about 600 homes in the Dallas area and is looking to expand to about 1,000 homes—primarily through acquiring built-for-rent starter homes.Huang started the company in 2013 about a year after the Dallas market bottomed out and began buying foreclosure inventory. But with the normalization of the market over the past three years and the decline in foreclosure volume, he, like many investors, have turned elsewhere for opportunities.“It turns out on the subdivision level—50, 100, or 200 homes, and 200 is our largest subdivision that we’re building—you can get decent cost efficiencies and the return is quite comparable to the foreclosure inventory that we were picking up in 2013,” Huang said. “With REOs, the neighborhoods are typically older and a typically little bit closer to the city, so you can subtract about 5 or 10 minutes from the commute. You’ll have a lower cost at first, but overall, higher renovation costs and over time, higher maintenance costs to those homes.”Huang said he gets about an 8 percent net return on foreclosed properties, and with new starter homes, about an 11 percent net return in the beginning—possibly more after the subdivision is fully rented out.“The returns, ultimately, on the new homes, are pretty similar,” Huang said. “You also get some cost efficiencies on the back end in terms of management. If you want to rent out three homes simultaneously because there is some degree of vacancy or turnover, that can be done much more efficiently. The cost is way lower when you have multiple homes in a subdivision that you have to deal with as opposed to just one, and you have to drive another 10 minutes to the next subdivision to deal with the next house. We found that the returns, pretty much, from our last couple of years of experience, is pretty similar even though new homes are a little pricier.”
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