It’s a funny thing the way our little corner of the universe is organized. Each day the earth makes one complete revolution on its journey around the sun—and us with it. Each morning when we wake up, the prior day is forever lost to us. It’s almost as if by design we were given the ability to call for a do over. Like somehow, it’s necessary.Every year at just this time, we complete another trip around the giant star in the center of our solar system. The year that we are leaving is also forever lost to us as we enter the New Year. This annual journey is another opportunity to call for a do over.The past is forever lost to us. The future is unknown. All we ever really have is this moment.But we do step into that moment with all the knowledge and the experience we gained yesterday. We step into the new sunrise a little bit wiser and a little bit better prepared than we were the day before. We greet the new horizon armed with all the knowledge we gained from our victories, the lessons and scars from the battles we lost, and on the whole, better prepared.We’re better prepared to try again.We’re better prepared to try something new.We’re better prepared for the adventure that is tomorrow.And we’re better prepared to wipe the slate clean and start over.You can’t carry your victories with you; those battles have already been fought and won. You can’t carry your losses with you either. You can’t refight those battles. All you can carry with you into the future is the wisdom that you gained from the ride you took on this small rock circling around the giant star in the center of our little corner of the universe—and all of the relationships you’ve developed on your journey.If you need to wipe the slate clean, wipe it clean. Tomorrow is a brand-new day.And the day after that is a brand-new day too, should you need it.Make it a Happy New Year! Essential Reading! Get my 3rd book: Eat Their Lunch “The first ever playbook for B2B salespeople on how to win clients and customers who are already being serviced by your competition.” Buy Now
Commander Bob asks me what I keep in my journal, and what my practice looks like. Here is what I keep in Day One (dayoneapp.com) in 4 separate journals.
LATEST STORIES Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next PDEA chief backs Robredo in revealing ‘discoveries’ on drug war Private companies step in to help SEA Games hosting SEA Games hosting troubles anger Duterte ‘We are too hospitable,’ says Sotto amid SEA Games woes US judge bars Trump’s health insurance rule for immigrants Kyrie Irving, Celtics outlast Thunder in thriller MOST READ FILE – Photo from ABLMANILA, Philippines—Ray Parks returned and Alab Pilipinas continued its winning ways after a 111-87 whipping of Saigon Heat in the 2019 Asean Basketball League Sunday night at Lapu-Lapu Sports Complex in Cebu.Parks, the reigning two-time Local MVP, collected 23 points and seven assists in his first game back after missing three games due to a groin injury.ADVERTISEMENT PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games PLAY LIST 02:42PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games01:44Philippines marks anniversary of massacre with calls for justice01:19Fire erupts in Barangay Tatalon in Quezon City01:07Trump talks impeachment while meeting NCAA athletes02:49World-class track facilities installed at NCC for SEA Games02:11Trump awards medals to Jon Voight, Alison Krauss Oil plant explodes in Pampanga town The 25-year-old Parks had an efficient shooting night, going 8-of 12 from the field. The 6-foot-4 guard also became the 16th player in the ABL to reach 1000 career points.Reinforcements Renaldo Balkman and PJ Ramos were dominant anew as both combined for 59 points and 25 rebounds to lead Alab, which stretched its winning run to six games and hiked its league-best record to 12-2, including 10-0 at home.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSPrivate companies step in to help SEA Games hostingSPORTSUrgent reply from Philippine football chiefSPORTSPalace wants Cayetano’s PHISGOC Foundation probed over corruption chargesRamos had 30 points and 18 rebounds while Balkman had 29 points, seven rebounds and five assists.Alab raced to an early double-digit lead before closing out the Heat (10-7) with an 11-3 blast at the midway mark of the fourth quarter. ‘We are too hospitable,’ says Sotto amid SEA Games woes Grace Poe files bill to protect govt teachers from malicious accusations Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. View comments
Manchester United Man Utd Team News: Injuries, suspensions and line-up vs Watford Kris Voakes Man Utd Correspondent Last updated 1 year ago 17:50 11/28/17 FacebookTwitterRedditcopy Comments(1) Getty Images Manchester United Premier League Watford v Manchester United Watford Everything you need to know ahead of the Premier League clash at Vicarage Road on Tuesday evening It was another zero-sum weekend for Manchester United as they edged past Brighton & Hove Albion on Saturday only to watch on as Manchester City regained an eight-point hold at the Premier League summit with a 2-1 success at Huddersfield Town 24 hours later. As a result, Tuesday’s trip to Watford is just the latest game which feels like a must-win occasion for Jose Mourinho’s side.United 6/1 to win 1-0United’s poor form between the October and November international breaks has given their Manchester rivals a significant advantage at the top, but the returns of the likes of Paul Pogba, Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Marcos Rojo and Marouane Fellaini have at least stabilised the Reds in recent weeks. Article continues below Editors’ Picks Lyon treble & England heartbreak: The full story behind Lucy Bronze’s dramatic 2019 Liverpool v Man City is now the league’s biggest rivalry and the bitterness is growing Megan Rapinoe: Born & brilliant in the U.S.A. A Liverpool legend in the making: Behind Virgil van Dijk’s remarkable rise to world’s best player But, with a trip to Arsenal to come on Saturday, this feels like a key week coming up for United and Mourinho will feel that nothing less than three points at Vicarage Road can prop up their fading hopes of winning the Premier League title.MAN UTD INJURIES Eric Bailly and Phil Jones were United’s main absentees at Old Trafford on Saturday as Brighton were beaten 1-0, but the Ivorian should be back in contention for the trip to Watford even if Jones is likely to be unavailable until at least the weekend.Zlatan Ibrahimovic has now made three substitute appearances since returning from an ACL injury and could be considered for a first start, while Marcos Rojo should be considered for another 90-minute appointment following his full return from a similar injury against Basel last Wednesday.Michael Carrick has stepped up his training in recent days following a procedure to deal with an irregular heart rhythm but is not expected to return to play for the time being at least.MAN UTD SUSPENSIONS Neither team are missing any players through suspension, nor do they have anyone sitting on the verge of a ban ahead of Tuesday’s clash.MAN UTD POTENTIAL STARTING LINE-UPAs is often the case with Jose Mourinho and short turnarounds, there could be a number of changes from the side which saw off Brighton, with Zlatan Ibrahimovic primed for a first start since April. That could mean a change in role for Romelu Lukaku, who has shifted to a wide position in the last few fixtures following the Swede’s entrance as a substitute.Elsewhere there could be changes at full-back, with at least one of Antonio Valencia and Ashley Young stepping aside and Daley Blind, Matteo Darmian and Luke Shaw all standing by. At the heart of the defence, Marcos Rojo and Eric Bailly may both return, potentially giving Chris Smalling and Victor Lindelof a midweek off.Henrikh Mkhitaryan will be pushing for a return after being left out of three consecutive starting line-ups due to poor form, while Anthony Martial and Marcus Rashford will likely be back to fighting over one starting spot after two successive league games in which they have both been given the nod.WATFORD TEAM NEWS Marco Silva’s side are coming off the back of confidence-boosting back-to-back wins over West Ham United and Newcastle United as they gear up to face a United side they beat 3-1 at Vicarage Road last season. Before those successive victories they had gone down to three straight losses in what was by far their most disappointing run of the season so far.The Hornets have been one of the most impressive sides in the Premier League this term, with the form of Abdoluaye Doucoure and Richarlison in particular helping them build a five-point gap ahead of ninth-placed Brighton and the multitude of teams aiming to put daylight between themselves and the relegation zone.Nathaniel Chalobah, Craig Cathcart and Isaac Success are all still out with long-term injuries for Silva, who has been the subject of interest from Everton of late, but the Portuguese manager has no fresh worries as United prepare to visit.BEST OPTA MATCH FACTS Watford have lost 12 of their last 13 games against Manchester United in all competitions, winning the other in the Premier League in this exact fixture last season (3-1). The last Watford goalkeeper to keep a clean sheet against Manchester United in a competitive fixture was Tony Coton; in a 1-0 win back in September 1986 at Vicarage Road. Manchester United have lost their last two Premier League away games; 1-2 at Huddersfield Town and 0-1 at Chelsea. They haven’t lost three successive league away games since January 1996. Watford’s 21-point tally from 13 games is their joint top-flight record at this stage of a season, tied with their best-ever league campaign; when they finished 2nd in the 1982-83 season (also 21 points after 13 games). Despite taking charge of both Hull City and Watford since becoming a Premier League manager in January 2017, Marco Silva has only won four games fewer (12) than Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho (16) in this period. Richarlison has been involved in seven goals in his last eight Premier League appearances for Watford (four goals, three assists). Romelu Lukaku could make his 200th Premier League appearance in this match – he currently has 93 goals. Only 10 players have scored more goals than this in their opening 200 appearances in the competition, with Alan Shearer (145) leading the way. Lukaku scored seven goals in his first seven Premier League games for Manchester United, converting 23% of his shots. In his six league apps since then, he’s scored only once for the club and converted 6% of shots. TV COVERAGE & KICK-OFF TIME The match at Vicarage Road kicks off at 20:00GMT on Tuesday, with live coverage in the UK on BT Sport 1 beginning at 19:15. Check out Goal’s Premier League 2019-20 fantasy football podcast for game tips, debate and rivalries.
The new event, that has replaced the Victorian State Team Titles, showcased local talent and attracted some of the biggest names in the game who travelled to Sale for the Inaugural tournament that proved to be a massive hit with the Victorian Touch Football community.New Zealand’s “Mr. Touch” Peter Walters made the trek from across the ditch to conduct a skills clinic for junior players and to play in the event along with 2007 Australian World Cup Open Mixed star Matthew Tope and Australian Mixed 30s lynchpin Manu Wakely. A host of National Touch League, State representatives, and local legends took to the fields to test themselves against the best the State had to offer and vie for the crown of Sale Knockout champions for 2007.Touch Football Australia’s Victorian Branch Manager Mr. David Brady was impressed by the standard of game play, sportsmanship and spirit on display from all participants, and all aspects of the organisation of the tournament.“Sale & District Touch Association put on a great tournament, and did a marvellous job as they have always done when hosting events. The participants repaid them with hours and hours of exciting touch played in true spirit. Players, referees, and officials were fantastic and we can look to 2008 with great anticipation of it being an even bigger and better tournament for Touch Football in Victoria.” Mr. Brady said.David Regenspurger was awarded the Inaugural “Laurie Smyth Mixed Trophy”, recognising a participant in the event who embodies the positive qualities of participation in the game.The award is named in honour of Laurie Smyth, a hard working and long serving member of the Sale & District Touch Association who has been the backbone of his association for over twenty years.Laurie was a founding member of the association and was awarded life membership of the Sale & District Touch Association in 1998.Next year’s event will be conducted again at the East Gippsland Fields on the weekend 5-6 April 2008, for more information please contact the TFA-Victoria office on 03 9206 6755.Results for the Sale Knckout are listed below and a comprehensive wrap of the tournament has been provided by Peter Shefford.Please click on the attachment for Peter’s full report.SALE KNOCKOUT 2007 – ResultsA Women’s FinalSynergy 4 defeated Screaming Yellow Zonkers 3B Women’s FinalHands Off 1 defeated Bra Town 0 with drop off.Women’s Most Valuable PlayerStacey Avery (Hot Ice)A Men’s FinalMaori Saiyans 4 defeated Vipers 3 with a drop off.B Men’s FinalTMR 3 defeated Tornadoes 2 with a drop off.Men’s Most Valuable Player Tim Booth (Ballarat)Mixed Social Plate FinalNagle jets 3 defeated SBFDTC 2 in a drop offMixed Social FinalKnapsack straps 8 defeated Three Free Throws 2Mixed Open FinalGremlins 5 defeated Sydney Rebels 4Most valuable players:Mixed Social Male: Lano Fonua (Knapsack Strap)Mixed Social Female: Samantha Spiers (Knapsack Straps)Mixed Open Male: Manu Wakely (Sydney Rebels)Mixed Open Female: Toni Breeze (Vipers)Related Files2007_sale_knockout_tournament_report-doc Touch Football Australia’s Victorian branch and the Sale & District Touch Association recently hosted the Inaugural Sale Knockout tournament which attracted 35 teams across seven divisions on the weekend of 14-15 April 2007.
transferring the most complex and specialized services (e.g., organ transplant) from the VG site to the Halifax Infirmary site of the QEII construction of a new space for a specialized outpatient centre that must remain close, or even connected, to the existing Halifax Infirmary building development of a community outpatient centre for services that do not need to be delivered in a hospital setting moving five palliative care beds from the VG site to a planned 10-bed residential hospice in Halifax expanding the Dartmouth General Hospital inpatient and surgical capacity to include four additional operating rooms and 48 beds. This project is now in the detailed design phase. enhancing and expanding the Nova Scotia Cancer Centre performing more surgeries by re-opening a second operating room at Hants Community Hospital in Windsor and explore using Scotia Surgery services more Government and Nova Scotia Health Authority announced plans today, April 21, to address the aging Victoria General Hospital (VG) site of the QEII Health Sciences Centre in Halifax. The health authority, along with Transportation and Infrastructure Renewal, provided an update on work completed to date and plans moving forward. “We know the healthier Nova Scotians are, the stronger our communities and our economy will become,” said Premier Stephen McNeil. “We want a health system that better connects Nova Scotians to the care they need. “This plan will improve access to care and over time reduce waits.” Services will gradually be moved out of the Centennial and Victoria buildings to locations that will improve access to health care. “Our plans give us the opportunity to design safe, quality environments for patients, families, physicians, staff and volunteers for generations,” said Janet Knox, president and CEO of Nova Scotia Health Authority. “We will enhance services and supports — from the most basic care to the most specialized –- that are based on the needs of Nova Scotians. “Nova Scotians will receive the right care at the right time.” Some of the changes will include: This is a complex undertaking with many parts. The goal is to complete this work while causing the least amount of disruption to care. The overall project timeline is between five and seven years; however, services will begin to be relocated in late 2016. The overall cost estimate will be determined once additional planning stages are complete. The renovations and expansion at the Dartmouth General Hospital will cost between $132 million and $138 million. Government is taking the one-time revenue bump of $110.3 million from the convention centre in Halifax and putting it toward its debt. This gives government greater fiscal capacity to address the aging VG site. Also in this year’s budget is $3.7 million in capital grants toward the project. There will be opportunities for health providers and employees, physicians, patients and the public to stay informed and engaged with regular project updates, public information sessions, and online at http://QE2redevelopment.ca .
TOKYO — The Japanese economy has shrunk at an annualized rate of 1.2 per cent in July-September, as consumer spending, investment and exports fell.Cabinet Office preliminary data released Wednesday showed seasonally adjusted gross domestic product — the total value of a nation’s goods and services — dipped 0.3 per cent in the third quarter from the previous quarter.Dragging on growth for the world’s third-largest economy was diminished trade, with exports falling 1.8 per cent and imports dropping 1.4 per cent, the data show. Consumer spending and company investments were also down.The economy grew for the previous April-June quarter, but contracted the quarter before that. That contraction, in the first quarter, ended the longest straight period of expansion for Japan in nearly three decades.The Associated Press
WASHINGTON — Top officials from the U.S. and Mexico will begin talks in a scramble to fend off President Donald Trump’s threat of devastating tariffs on the southern ally and meet his demand for fewer migrants at the border.Trump is heading to London for a long-planned overseas trip, leaving others to stem a potential trade crisis. It’s unclear what more Mexico can do to satisfy the president. Trump’s Republican allies warn the tariffs on Mexican imports will hit U.S. consumers and harm the economy.On Monday, Mexican Economy Minister Graciela Marquez plans talks with Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross. Two days later, delegations led by Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and Foreign Relations Secretary Marcelo Ebrard will also meet in Washington.Lisa Mascaro And Hope Yen, The Associated Press
19 September 2007The United Nations atomic watchdog agency, best known seeking to combat nuclear proliferation and terrorism, has a major role to play in feeding the world’s burgeoning population, the top UN agricultural official said today. “We believe in the peaceful use of nuclear technology as applied to areas such as agriculture, crops, fighting disease, and soil and water management,” UN Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) Director-General Jacques Diouf said, citing his agency’s 40 years of cooperation with the UN International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA).Addressing the IAEA’s Scientific Forum in Vienna, Mr. Diouf described the millions of hectares of higher-yielding and disease-resistant crops gained through radiation-induced mutations, the improvement of livestock and agriculture by eradicating insect pests such as the screwworm, tsetse fly and the fruit fly with the sterile insect technique (SIT), and isotopic techniques to enhance water use efficiency and crop productivity.With SIT, radiation is used to sterilize otherwise healthy insects, which are then released to mate without producing offspring, thus controlling and gradually eradicating the pest population. The tsetse fly carries trypanosomosis, also known as sleeping sickness, a parasitic disease that is a major constraint to sustainable development, affecting both humans and livestock.“We obviously need to grow more food, and to do so in a sustainable manner and in full respect of plant and animal biodiversity,” Mr. Diouf said, noting that with less than 10 years to go until the 2015 deadline for the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs), which seek to slash global hunger and other social ills, the problems facing the world in the areas of food and agriculture remain enormous.“There are 854 millions of hungry people presently in a world population of 6 billion, expected to reach 9 billion persons by 2050,” he added, hailing the joint FAO/IAEA programme, Nuclear Techniques in Food and Agriculture, as one of the best examples of inter-agency cooperation in the UN family.He said the MDGs could still be reached, “but only if we redouble our efforts and focus them in locations and on actions where they can make a concrete and significant difference in a relatively short period of time.”The two-day Forum coincides with IAEA’s 51st General Conference. Wheat from Peru, tsetse fly traps from South Africa, and a sediment corer from the Caribbean were among the many hands-on-items at an exhibit showcasing the varied work of IAEA technical cooperation with countries and regions around the world.The exhibit – Technical Cooperation: Delivering Results for Peace and Development – focuses “on concrete and tangible results” that Agency projects have delivered to people around the world, IAEA Technical Cooperation Head Ana Maria Cetto said. “It offers a snapshot of IAEA projects at both the national and regional level – projects which are making a difference in people’s lives on a daily basis.”
The United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) today launched its annual painting competition for children, calling for artwork from youth on the subject of climate change, ranging from its impact on the planet to steps everyone can take, such as using renewable energy and energy-saving light bulbs, using public transportation and planting trees.The agency is urging youngsters around the globe between the ages of 5 to 13 to take part in the 18th International Children’s Painting Competition, which this year is focusing on the theme “Climate Change: Our Challenge.”The contest – organized by UNEP, Japan’s Foundation for Global Peace and Environment, Bayer and Nikon Corporation – is gaining momentum every year, with a record 15,550 entries from 90 countries submitted last year.One global winner will receive a $2,000 cash prize, while one winner each from the six regions – Africa, Asia and the Pacific, West Asia, Europe, Latin America and the Caribbean, and North America – will receive $1,000 each.All winners will receive fully paid trips, along with a chaperone, to next year’s Tunza International Children’s Conference, where the 2009 global winner will be announced. 17 July 2008The United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) today launched its annual painting competition for children, calling for artwork from youth on the subject of climate change, ranging from its impact on the planet to steps everyone can take, such as using renewable energy and energy-saving light bulbs, using public transportation and planting trees.
Michael Williams said he reiterated to Mr. Miqati the hope that whatever government he forms will meet the aspirations of all Lebanese.“As events in the Arab world have shown, dialogue among all sides in the country is the only way to resolve differences but also to move forward with any country’s political, social and economic needs,” Mr. Williams said in a statement following his meeting.Lebanon’s previous government, led by Saad Hariri, collapsed in January after 11 Hizbollah and allied ministers resigned, reportedly over the Government’s refusal to cease cooperation with the UN-backed special tribunal set up to try suspects in the 2005 murders of former Prime Minister Rafiq Hariri and 22 others. The court was reportedly about to indict Hizbollah members for the murders. At the end of January, Lebanese President Michel Sleiman asked Mr. Mikati, who has Hizbollah support according to media reports, to form the new Government.Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon has stated that any new Government in Lebanon should continue to cooperate with the tribunal. During their meeting, Mr. Williams also briefed Mr. Mikati on Security Council resolution 1701, which ended a month-long war between Israel and Hizbollah in 2006. It also calls for respect for the Blue Line separating Israel and Lebanon, the disarming of all militias in Lebanon, and an end to arms smuggling in the area.“I reiterated the expectation of the United Nations that the Lebanese Government will continue to abide by the requirements of 1701 and all of Lebanon’s international obligations,” said Mr. Williams, who also met today with Member of Parliament Fuad Siniora to discuss the latest developments in Lebanon and the region. 22 February 2011The United Nations Special Coordinator for Lebanon met today with Prime Minister-designate Najib Miqati, who briefed him on his continuing efforts concerning the formation of a new government.
Perpetual Treasuries Limited (PTL) allegedly bribed informants to obtain information related to the Employees Provident Fund (EPF) and Employees Trust Fund (EPF).PTL Chief Dealer Nuwan Salgado made the allegation when making a statement at the Presidential Commission investigating the alleged treasury bond scam.
Stocks edged higher on Wall Street in early trading Thursday, extending the market’s modest gains from a day earlier.Technology and communication services stocks led the gainers, outweighing losses in banks and industrial companies. Bond prices rose, sending the yield on the 10-year Treasury down to 1.76% from 1.78% late Wednesday.The latest gains came a day after the Federal Reserve cut its benchmark interest rate for a second time this year. The Fed failed to indicate whether more rate cuts were likely this year, though the central bank left the door open for additional rate cuts if the economy weakens.The Fed is lowering interest rates in a bid to combat slowing global economic growth and uncertainty over U.S. trade conflicts, among other threats to the U.S. economy.Washington and Beijing were set to begin trade talks Thursday ahead of more formal negotiations set for next month.Markets have rallied this month after both sides took steps to ease tensions in advance of the talks. That’s fueled speculation among investors that the U.S. and China may at least reach an interim deal in their costly trade war.Meanwhile, France’s finance minister said Europe is ready to impose retaliatory tariffs next year on U.S. goods as part of a long-running dispute over subsidies to plane makers Airbus and Boeing.KEEPING SCORE: The S&P 500 index was up 0.4% as of 10:17 a.m. Eastern Time. The Dow Jones Industrial Average gained 93 points, or 0.3%, to 27,241. The Nasdaq added 0.6%.Major stock indexes in Europe were broadly higher. Indexes in Asia were mixed.ANOTHER RATE CUT: The Fed cut its benchmark interest rate by a quarter of a percentage point on Wednesday, in a widely expected move. The rate, which is now at a range of 1.75% to 2%, influences many consumer and business loans.The market initially sold off on the news, however, after the Fed revealed that its panel of policymakers are divided about the upcoming path for interest rates. Stocks rebounded after Fed Chairman Jerome Powell said the central bank would be ready to take action if the economy weakened.The Fed is trying to keep the U.S. economic expansion from being derailed by uncertainties over the U.S. trade war with China, slower global growth and a slump in American manufacturing.The Fed’s wasn’t the only interest rate decision to be digested.The Bank of England also kept its main interest rate on hold at 0.75% with rate-setters opting to sit tight while waiting for some clarity to emerge on Britain’s exit from the European Union. And Japan’s central bank opted to keep its own monetary policy unchanged and its key interest rate at minus 0.1%. The decision came amid signs of weaker consumer demand and exports and dimming confidence in the business outlook.DIVIDEND BOOST: Microsoft rose 1.6% after it approved a $40 billion stock buyback and raised its quarterly dividend.NOT SO TOUGH: U.S. Steel dropped 11.8% after it warned investors that its third quarter loss will be wider than anticipated.ENERGY: Oil prices rose again as traders continued to assess the impact of the attack on Saudi production over the weekend. Benchmark U.S. crude was up 1% to $58.72 a barrel and is up 7.1% since the attack. Brent crude, the international standard, was up 1.6% to $64.59.Alex Veiga, The Associated Press
Ohio State football redshirt junior defensive end Darius Slade has transferred from the program, and defensive tackle Dylan Thompson is no longer on scholarship, coach Urban Meyer announced Monday.Rated as high as the No. 30 strong-side defensive end by 247Sports as a senior in high school, Slade missed all of the 2016 season after suffering a lower leg injury in camp last fall. Thompson, a four-star high school prospect, has battled injuries during his college career. He redshirted the 2014 season after a knee injury in fall camp, and had a quiet 2015 campaign due to his rehabilitation.“He’s not on scholarship right now,” Meyer said. “He was ineligible last year so he’s to be determined.”Ohio State is now under the NCAA’s 85-scholarship limit for the 2017 season.
“Possum-eating spider! Taken by my husband at a Mt Field lodge,” Latton wrote in her Facebook post, which has received more than 6,000 shares so far. Facebook users were completely shocked at the photos and amazed by the spider’s massive appetite.Photo Credit: Justine Latton / Facebook“Whoa that’s one strong spidey,” one commenter wrote.Another person wrote, “Aww. Everyone’s gotta eat, but man!”More on Geek.com:Watch: Ants Rip Spider Web Apart to Rescue Trapped Sibling Watch: Doctor Finds Tiny Spider Spinning a Web Inside Man’s EarESA Space Orbiter Detects ‘Hairy Blue Spider’ on Mars Watch: Doctors Find Brown Recluse Spider in Woman’s EarHands-On: ‘Greedfall’ Brings New Life to Western RPGs Stay on target Spiders like to feast on their prey in the most unexpected places: A couple recently spotted a gigantic hairy spider eating an entire possum in a Tasmanian lodge and it is a nauseating sight.On Saturday, Justine Latton and her husband were spending time at a Mount Field National Park lodge in Tasmania when they noticed the giant Huntsman spider casually chowing down on a pygmy possum, the New York Post reported. Latton shared photos of the disgusting incident on Facebook, which show the eight-legged creature devouring its freshly-killed meal on the side of a wall.
The Vancouver Police Department is asking the public to be on the lookout for a vehicle associated with an alleged armed robbery Saturday morning.At about 11 a.m., Vancouver police responded to a reported armed robbery at House of Smoke, a tobacco and head shot at the 6700 block of N.E. Fourth Plain Blvd. An adult male in a mask who was armed with what appeared to be a handgun had allegedly robbed the store. No one was injured.He fled the area in a cream-colored 2007 Lincoln MKX SUV with Washington license plate BCC8512. The vehicle was stolen from the scene.Vancouver police asks that anyone who spots the vehicle immediately report it to police. Do not approach the vehicle or try to talk to anyone associated with the car.
After months of planning and negotiations with neighbors, construction will begin today to improve Northeast 18th Street, from the intersection at Northeast 112th Avenue to Northeast Four Seasons Lane. The work — the first segment of the city’s 18th Street Improvement Project — will widen the intersection at Northeast 112th Avenue to seven lanes in all four directions and provide two new left-turn lanes and a dedicated right-turn lane, as well as bicycle lanes. Construction will take place in two phases to maintain two-way traffic through the major construction effort, though drivers should be prepared for possible delays, the city said in a news release.The project will include new traffic signals and landscaping. Retaining walls will be built on both the west and east sides of Northeast 112th Avenue, south of Northeast 18th Street, and along the south side of Northeast 18th Street, east of Northeast 112th Avenue.Construction is expected to be completed by fall 2011. Vancouver senior civil engineer Chris Malone said in July that prolonged negotiations with property owners around the intersection would mean the city would miss its summer construction window.
Kakinada: About 250 sanitation workers who collect garbage from households and those work in Sulabh Complexes thanked Mayor Sunkara Pavani for accepting the proposal of salary hike from Rs 6,000 to Rs 12,000 per month. The workers along with their representatives met the Mayor at her chambers and thanked her for passing the resolution at the municipal council meet conducted on June 29. In this connection, they appealed to Mayor to issue orders for releasing of budget amount towards their two months’ salary payable to them. They also requested the Mayor to see that their two month pending salaries and monthly salaries are paid on or before 5th of every month. Mayor Pavani expressed her willingness to do needful on the issue.
New Delhi : A cloud cover cocooned the national capital on Saturday, offering some respite to the people from heat. Weather department officials said the maximum temperature settled at 37 degrees Celsius on Saturday while the minimum was recorded at 26.5 degrees Celsius, one notch below the normal. The maximum humidity was recorded 80 per cent while the minimum was 56 per cent. No rain occurred in the last nine hours, the officials said. The department predicted a high of 38 degrees Celsius and the minimum of 26 degrees Celsius with generally cloudy sky and light rain or drizzle for Sunday.