Netflix has announced that season 2 of their hit new series The Umbrella Academy‘s has officially started production! Featuring the seven main stars of the series at season two’s first table read, you can check out a preview video for the new season below!season 2 coming through ? pic.twitter.com/UkS3J7idTO— Umbrella Academy (@UmbrellaAcad) June 15, 2019In season one, on the same day in 1989, forty-three infants are inexplicably born to random, unconnected women who showed no signs of pregnancy the day before. Seven are adopted by Sir Reginald Hargreeves, a billionaire industrialist, who creates The Umbrella Academy and prepares his “children” to save the world. But not everything went according to plan. In their teenage years, the family fractured and the team disbanded. Now, the six surviving thirty-something members reunite upon the news of Hargreeves’ passing. Luther, Diego, Allison, Klaus, Vanya, and Number Five work together to solve a mystery surrounding their father’s death. But the estranged family once again begins to come apart due to their divergent personalities and abilities, not to mention the imminent threat of a global apocalypse. Advertisement Facebook The Umbrella Academy is based on the popular, Eisner award-winning comics and graphic novels created and written by Gerard Way (My Chemical Romance), illustrated by Gabriel Bá, and published by Dark Horse Comics. Catch up on the comics here. Season 1 stars Ellen Page, Tom Hopper, Emmy Raver-Lampman, Robert Sheehan, David Castañeda, Aidan Gallagher, Cameron Britton, Mary J. Blige, Colm Feore, Adam Godley, John Magaro, Ashley Madekwe, and Kate Walsh.Page, Hopper, Castañeda, Raver-Lampman, Sheehan, Gallagher, and Justin Min are set to reprise their roles in Season 2. Additional casting will be announced later.The series is produced by Universal Cable Productions for Netflix. Steve Blackman (Fargo, Altered Carbon) will return as executive producer and showrunner for Season 2, with additional executive producers Jeff F. King (Hand of God), Bluegrass Television, and Mike Richardson and Keith Goldberg from Dark Horse Entertainment. Gerard Way and Gabriel Bá will serve as co-executive producers.By Maggie Dela Paz ~ Coming Soon Login/Register With: Advertisement LEAVE A REPLY Cancel replyLog in to leave a comment Advertisement The Umbrella Academy Twitter
The Police fired tear gas and water cannons to disperse a protest staged in Colombo today against the SAITM private medical campus.The protest caused a huge traffic congestion along the streets from Town Hall to Colpetty. (Colombo Gazette)
AP Explains: 4/20 grew from humble roots to pot high holiday FILE – In this April 20, 2009, file photo, a large crowd cheers as the time reaches 4:20 p.m. on Hippie Hill in Golden Gate Park in San Francisco. Thursday, April 20, 2017, marks marijuana culture’s high holiday, 4/20, when college students gather – at 4:20 p.m. – in clouds of smoke on campus quads and pot shops in legal weed states thank their customers with discounts. (AP Photo/Jeff Chiu, File) SEATTLE – Thursday marks marijuana culture’s high holiday, 4/20, when college students gather — at 4:20 p.m. — in clouds of smoke on campus quads and when pot shops in legal weed states thank their customers with discounts.This year’s edition provides an occasion for pot activists to reflect on how far their movement has come, with recreational pot now allowed in eight states and the nation’s capital, as well as a changed national political climate that could threaten to slow or undermine their cause.Here’s a look at the holiday’s history.___WHY 4/20?The origins of the date, and the term “420” generally, were long murky. Some claimed it referred to a police code for marijuana possession or that it arose from Bob Dylan’s “Rainy Day Women No. 12 & 35,” with its refrain of “Everybody must get stoned” — 420 being the product of 12 times 35.But in recent years, a consensus has emerged around the most credible explanation: It started with a group of bell-bottomed buddies from San Rafael High School in California, who called themselves “the Waldos.” A friend’s brother was afraid of getting busted for a patch of cannabis he was growing in the woods at Point Reyes, so he drew a map and gave the teens permission to harvest the crop, the story goes.During fall 1971, at 4:20 p.m., just after classes and football practice, the group would meet up at the school’s statue of chemist Louis Pasteur, smoke a joint and head out to search for the weed patch. They never did find it, but their private lexicon — “420 Louie” and later just “420” — would take on a life of its own.The Waldos saved postmarked letters and other artifacts from the 1970s referencing “420,” which they now keep in a bank vault, and when the Oxford English Dictionary added the term last month , it cited some of those documents as the entry’s earliest recorded uses .___HOW DID ‘420’ SPREAD?A brother of one of the Waldos was a close friend of Grateful Dead bassist Phil Lesh, as Lesh once confirmed in an interview with the Huffington Post. The Waldos began hanging out in the band’s circle, and the slang spread.Fast-forward to the early 1990s: Steve Bloom, a reporter for the cannabis magazine High Times, was at a Dead show when he was handed a flier urging people to “meet at 4:20 on 4/20 for 420-ing in Marin County at the Bolinas Ridge sunset spot on Mt. Tamalpais.” High Times published it.“It’s a phenomenon,” said one of the Waldos, Steve Capper, now 62 and a chief executive at a payroll financing company in San Francisco. “Most things die within a couple years, but this just goes on and on. It’s not like someday somebody’s going to say, ‘OK, Cannabis New Year’s is on June 23rd now.’”Bloom, now editor in chief of Freedom Leaf Magazine, notes that while the Waldos came up with the term, the people who made the flier — and effectively turned 4/20 into a holiday — remain unknown.___HOW IS IT CELEBRATED?With weed, naturally. Some of the celebrations are bigger than others; Hippie Hill in San Francisco’s Golden Gate Park typically draws thousands. In Seattle, the organizers of the annual Hempfest event are anticipating about 250 people at a private party. Some pot shops are offering discounts or hosting block parties.College quads and statehouse lawns are also known for drawing 4/20 celebrants, with the University of Colorado’s Boulder campus historically among the largest gatherings — though not so much since administrators started closing off the campus several years ago. Generally, 4/20 events in Colorado have dropped off significantly since the state legalized recreational use in 2012.Some breweries make 4/20 themed beers — including SweetWater Brewing in Atlanta, whose founders attended CU-Boulder. Lagunitas Brewing in Petaluma, California, releases its “Waldos’ Special Ale” every year on 4/20 in honour of the term’s coiners.___THE POLITICSThis year’s 4/20 follows successful legalization campaigns in California, Nevada, Maine and Massachusetts, which join Alaska, Colorado, Oregon and Washington in allowing recreational marijuana. More than half the states allow medical marijuana.But it’s still illegal under U.S. law. Attorney General Jeff Sessions ordered a review of marijuana policy this month to see how it may conflict with President Donald Trump’s crime-fighting agenda.Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly recently called marijuana “a potentially dangerous gateway drug that frequently leads to the use of harder drugs.” That’s a view long held by drug warriors despite scant evidence.Sixty per cent of adults support legalizing marijuana, according to a Gallup poll last fall, and two-thirds of respondents in a Yahoo/Marist poll released this week said marijuana is safer than opioids.Undermining regulatory schemes in legal pot states could prompt a backlash that would hasten the end of federal prohibition, said Vivian McPeak, a founder of Seattle’s Hempfest.“We’re looking at an attorney general who wants to bring America back into the 1980s in terms of drug policy,” McPeak said. “I’m skeptical they can put the cannabis genie back into the bottle.”___WHAT DOES IT MEAN?McPeak says 4/20 these days is “half-celebration and half-call to action.”For the Waldos, who remain close friends, it signifies above all else a good time, Capper said.“We’re not political. We’re jokesters,” he said. “But there was a time that we can’t forget, when it was secret, furtive. … The energy of the time was more charged, more exciting in a certain way.“I’m not saying that’s all good — it’s not good they were putting people in jail,” he added. “You wouldn’t want to go back there.”___Associated Press writers Kristen Wyatt in Denver and Sadie Gurman in Washington, D.C., contributed.___Follow Gene Johnson at https://twitter.com/GeneAPseattle . by Gene Johnson, The Associated Press Posted Apr 20, 2017 10:08 am MDT Last Updated Apr 20, 2017 at 3:20 pm MDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email
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THE TAOISEACH ENDA Kenny and the British Prime Minister David Cameron will both visit a number of First World War graves and memorials in Flanders in Belgium this morning.Both Government heads are in Belgium to attend an EU Council meeting which is being held in Brussels today also.World War IBoth leaders will pay their respects to those who gave their lives in World War I and is meant to represents another key milestone in the deepening of British-Irish relations. The visit takes place as part of the decade of centenary commemorations of key events between 2012 and 2022.Kenny and Cameron will visit a number of locations where soldiers in British uniform, including many Irish soldiers, fought and died. Both leaders will place wreaths at the grave of Willie Redmond. He was a nationalist politician and Member of Parliament in the Irish Parliamentary party.He was commissioned as a captain in the Royal Irish Regiment, with whom he served 33 years. He went to France on the Western Front with the 16th (Irish) Division in the winter of 1915-16.MemorialRedmond requested his remains be buried outside the walls of the British military cemetery at Locre. The request was a direct response to the execution of the leaders of the Easter Rising in 1916.The visit will also include the Island of Ireland Peace Park at Messines which is a memorial to the 50,000 Irish who died, the village of Wytschaete where the 16th (Dublin) and 36th (Ulster) divisions advanced together and fell in the attack on Messines Ridge and the Menin Gate Memorial which is dedicated to British and commonwealth soldiers whose graves are unknown.They will also visit the Tyne Cot Cemetery which is the largest cemetery for Commonwealth forces in the world for any war.Read: Taoiseach says senior garda to liaise with NAMA over allegations> Read: We don’t intend to lose the discipline that’s been put in the system by the Troika – Taoiseach>
Former soldier settles case over health problems he claims were caused by anti-malaria drug He brought proceedings over what he claimed were the effects of taking Larium while he served with the Defence Forces. By Aodhan O Faolain Image: RollingNews.ie File photo Image: RollingNews.ie Short URL 19,389 Views https://jrnl.ie/4550872 A FORMER SOLDIER has settled his damages action against the State over health problems he claimed he suffered as a result of being prescribed the anti-malaria drug Larium.Patrick Fedigan brought proceedings over what he claimed were the effects of taking the drug while he served with the Defence Forces during UN peacekeeping deployments to Africa that occurred between 2001 and 2009.The claims were denied.Today, John Gordan SC, appearing with Bruce Antoniotti S, John Nolan Bl instructed by Kenty Carty Solicitors, for Fedigan told Justice Bernard Barton that following out of court talks between the parties the action had been resolved.Counsel said that case could be struck out. No further details of the settlement, which are understood to be confidential, were given to the court.The State defendants, represented by Eoin McCullough SC, Declan Buckey SC, Garreth Cooney BL and Joe Jeffers Bl, had denied negligence or were liable for any injuries suffered by the plaintiff.The defendants had also argued that Fedigan had delayed in bringing his claim, meaning that his action was statute barred.Justice Barton welcomed the settlement.The action is one of several similar actions brought against the State by members of the Defence Forces who claim they suffered various illnesses as a result of being prescribed the drug.Health conditionsIn his action, Fedigan from Lobinstown, Navan, Co Meath claimed that he was prescribed Mefloquine Hydrochloride (Larium) when he served in Eritrea in 2001, Liberia in 2002 and Chad in 2010.The 51-year-old claimed that as a result of his exposure to Larium he has suffered from various conditions including loss of balance, anxiety, panic, insomnia, vertigo, and memory problems.He claimed the Minister for Defence, Ireland and the Attorney General were negligent and in breach of their duty towards him on grounds including he was not a suitable person to be prescribed Larium.His prior medical history had not been ascertained before he was prescribed Larium and the defendants did not provide him with adequate support, treatment or management when he made complaints of symptoms of being prescribed the anti-malaria drug he claims.He further claimed that the defendants failed to provide him with a safe system of work, and exposed him to risk of injury which they ought to have known.He retired from the Defence Forces in 2013.The case, had it proceeded, was expected to take up to ten weeks to hear. Share223 Tweet Email3 Mar 19th 2019, 6:38 PM File photo Tuesday 19 Mar 2019, 6:38 PM No Comments Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this article
Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagram With the troika’s technical teams due to resume inspections in Athens on Tuesday, and mission chiefs due back within a week, government officials have been in back-to-back meetings in a bid to finalize Greece’s stance opposite its foreign creditors amid pressure for more budget cuts.Prime Minister Antonis Samaras is expected to pursue a hard line in talks with envoys of Greece’s creditors – the European Commission, European Central Bank and International Monetary Fund – when they arrive, most likely on November 4. Ahead of that, ministry officials will seek to promote the progress achieved by the government in implementing some of the “prior actions” demanded by the troika in exchange for the next tranche of rescue funding, a sum of 1 billion euros.Talks are expected to stick on the size of the funding gap for next year, which Greece puts at around 500 million euros and the troika puts closer to 2 billion euros. Finance Minister Yannis Stournaras has insisted in statements over the past few days that the 500 million euros would be found, most likely from Greece’s social security funds. Labor Minister Yiannis Vroutsis has indicated that the revenue will be raised from a crackdown on employers evading their social security contributions.Other points of contention in the negotiations are expected to include layoffs in the civil service with reports suggesting that creditors expect 11,500 public sector workers to be dismissed by January out of the total of 15,000 that are supposed to go by the end of next year.The fate of three state firms – EAS, ELVO and Larco – also hangs in the balance as the troika is reportedly insisting that they be liquidated rather than restructured.It remains unclear how far the government will go to defend state firms and workers. But both Samaras and Stournaras have repeatedly insisted that the government will impose no more “horizontal cuts,” indicating further reductions to salaries and pensions.Speaking at Monday’s annual parade in Thessaloniki, marking Greece’s resistance to the Nazis in World War II, President Karolos Papoulias underlined the inability of Greeks to take any more austerity. “The Greek people can give no more,” Papoulias said, adding that Greece’s creditors “should not think that we will succumb to blackmail.”Source: Kathimerini
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Real Madrid captain Sergio Ramos has accused Lionel Messi of pressurising the match officials in their decisions during Sunday’s “El Clasico” against arch-rivals BarcelonaIn an intense encounter at the Nou Camp, Luis Suarez had given Barcelona the lead before Cristiano Ronaldo added his 18th goal against the Catalan side to level the score between the sides.Messi restored Barcelona’s lead after the break, but then Gareth Bale equalised for the visitors in a surprise start for the Welsh winger.Speaking after the match, Ramos accused Messi of interfering with the referring decisions after witnessing the Argentine star speaking to the officials in the tunnels during half-time and feels that it had played a factor in Real not being awarded a penalty after Jordi Alba fouled Marcelo in the box.“Messi put a bit of pressure on (the referees) in the tunnel, I don’t know if there are cameras,” insisted Ramos, as stated on the Daily Mirror.Zidane reveals Sergio Ramos injury concern for Real Madrid Andrew Smyth – September 14, 2019 Zinedine Zidane has put Sergio Ramos’ availability for Real Madrid’s trip to Sevilla next weekend in doubt after withdrawing him against Levante.“I don’t know if in the second half it made them referee in a different way.”The defender was left frustrated by Suarez’s behaviour during the encounter.“Everyone comes from their mother and their father, we are not here to educate people,” said Ramos, when asked about Suarez.“The three children I have at home are enough. That’s what the referee is for. We wanted to win and knowing Suarez I said that we should not put the ball out.”Real teammate Marcelo added: “We know Luis Suarez’s problem was nothing serious and that’s why we didn’t put the ball out because we didn’t want to.”
(WSVN) – Former University of Miami President Donna Shalala is officially running for Congress.Shalala reportedly filed paperwork with the Federal Election Commission, Monday.The 77-year-old is running as a Democrat in an already crowded field of District 27 candidates.She is looking to replace U.S. Rep. Ileana Ros-Lehtinen, R-Fla., who will retire later this year after serving for nearly 30 years in Washington, D.C.Copyright 2019 Sunbeam Television Corp. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.
Henrietta ForeThe head of the UN children’s fund urged Myanmar on Monday to implement the recommendations of a panel on the Rohingya crisis led by former UN head Kofi Annan, saying it had yet to create conditions right for the return of refugees from Bangladesh.Speaking at a forum in the capital, Naypyitaw, UNICEF executive director Henrietta Fore said children from the Rohingya Muslim minority, a persecuted and mostly stateless community from Buddhist-majority Myanmar, were living “a precarious and an almost hopeless existence” in camps in neighbouring Bangladesh.About 730,000 Rohingya have fled Rakhine state, in western Myanmar, since a military crackdown in 2017 after Rohingya insurgents attacked security posts, UN agencies estimate. Tens of thousands remain behind in Rakhine, where they are subjected to restrictions on movement and have limited access to healthcare and education.Fore said Myanmar’s “commitment” to enacting the recommendations of Annan’s committee – which include ensuring freedom of movement and access to education – would help mend the lives of suffering children.“We urge the government to seize this moment and translate this potential into reality for all children,” she said on the first visit by a UNICEF head in decades. “Taking these steps will also go a long way towards creating the right conditions for the return of refugees from Bangladesh.”The Annan commission was created by Myanmar leader Aung San Suu Kyi in 2016 to find long-term solutions to deep-seated ethnic and religious divisions in Rakhine.A group of Rohingya refugee people walk in the water after crossing the Bangladesh-Myanmar border in Teknaf. Photo: ReutersBut implementation of its recommendations has been beset by crises and setbacks.A day after the panel issued its report in August 2017, Rohingya insurgents launched attacks on security forces, provoking a military crackdown the U.N. investigators described as “ethnic cleansing” with “genocidal intent”. Myanmar denies the charge.In mid-2018, a Myanmar minister told Western diplomats that eight of Annan’s recommendations – including one that asks authorities to take steps to amend the 1982 citizenship law that had rendered the Rohingya stateless – were problematic and could not be immediately fulfilled.The commission’s recommendations included points urging the government to “immediately expand primary education to the communities in northern Rakhine State, and intensify efforts to ensure that teachers assigned to Muslim villages resume their work, including by providing adequate security when necessary”.It also called on authorities to “ensure that all children in the state have access to education in Myanmar language” and that the tertiary education access is expanded.In August, UNICEF warned of what it described as a “lost generation” of Rohingya children, with half a million in refugee camps in Bangladesh facing dangers including disease and floods and those still in Myanmar lacking access to proper education.“We urge that the necessary steps are taken to enable their safe, voluntary and dignified return back to their homes where their rights are respected and they can once again live peaceably with their neighbours,” said Fore.
News | October 02, 2012 New Survey Shows 55% of Physicians Support Romney, 36% Obama for President October 2, 2012 — A new survey of physicians shows that if the U.S. presidential election were held today, 55 percent would vote for Mitt Romney and 36 percent would support President Barack Obama, according to a survey conducted by Jackson & Coker, a division of Jackson Healthcare, the third largest healthcare staffing company in the United States.The physician survey showed that 5 percent of doctors said they were undecided and the rest said they would support another candidate or were not planning to vote.The late September survey included 3,660 doctors nationwide in all 50 states. The physicians identified themselves as 24 percent Democrat; 35 percent Republican; 26 percent Independent; 6 percent Libertarian; and 7 percent unaffiliated.Among doctors more likely to support Obama were women as well as physicians employed by hospitals and health systems. Specialists, primarily psychiatrists, pediatricians and addiction medicine physicians also were more likely to support Obama. Male doctors and those with their own practice or who had a stake in their own practice as well as anesthesiologists, surgeons, radiologists and ophthalmologists were more likely to support Romney.The president’s support has waned among physicians since 2008, when he drew 40 percent of their vote compared to 44 percent for John McCain.Turnout among physicians is also likely to increase compared to 2008, as 8 percent reported they did not vote in 2008, yet only 1 percent of doctors said they would not cast a ballot in the upcoming November election.“Doctors are highly motivated this year to have their voice heard, particularly after passage of the Affordable Care Act,” said Sandy Garrett, president of Jackson & Coker. “No doubt, the healthcare law has stirred many passions in the medical community.”When asked how they felt about the Affordable Care Act, 55 percent said to “repeal and replace” the new law while 40 percent said to “implement and improve” the ACA.Fifteen percent of doctors reported they were switching their votes from Obama in 2008 to Romney in 2012. Among the top reasons why physicians said they were switching their votes:The Affordable Care Act, which drew the most responses – and its lack of addressing tort reformLeadership styleLack of follow through on campaign promisesThe economy/unemployment/not better off“Physicians say they want a president who will address their concerns about their ability to practice medicine,” Garrett added. “They want a leader who engages doctors in finding a solution to healthcare reform.”The survey was conducted online Sept. 11-28. A total of 3,660 respondents completed the survey. The error range for this survey at the 95 percent confidence level is +/- 1.6 percent.For more information: http://www.jacksoncoker.com/Documents/JCElectionSurveyAnalysis928.pdf FacebookTwitterLinkedInPrint分享
The Public Services Regulatory Authority (ARESEP) approved a 3.7 percent increase in electricity rates requested by the Costa Rica Electricity Institute (ICE). The new rate was published in the government’s official newspaper La Gaceta on Thursday.The increase will apply to both residential homes and businesses beginning in October, according the publication.The rate hike came despite promises made by President Luis Guillermo Solís in July to not raise utility rates for 18 months. ICE’s Executive President Carlos Obregón said Thursday that their adjustment request to ARESEP is necessary to cover energy import costs this year in the Regional Electricity Market. Those costs total $58.9 million.The rate increase upset various sectors in the country, which criticized ICE for promising price stability in July.The Costa Rican Chamber of Industries (CICR) on Thursday evening said in a statement that “high energy costs are the main cause for the sector’s loss of competitiveness that in the past 19 months has cost some 6,000 jobs.”“Electricity rates so far this year have increased by 20 percent and now we must add this new hike, which will have another big impact on the business sector’s competitiveness, and that will affect the generation of new jobs,” said CICR President Enrique Egloff.ARESEP also said it is evaluating a reduction in electricity rates that could be approved, pending the results of a calculation that takes into account the costs for purchasing oil for electricity generation. The calculation is done every three months.ARESEP spokeswoman Carolina Mora said both the higher ICE rates and the lowered ARESEP rates likely would take effect at the beginning October, so the changes couch cancel each other out. Related posts:Regulatory agency drops electricity rates for all distributors in Costa Rica Electricity rates to remain unchanged through December 2015 Costa Rica’s industry sector leaders fed up with high electricity rates Costa Rican Electricity Institute rules out blackouts in coming months Facebook Comments
The 5: Takeaways from the Coyotes’ introduction of Alex Meruelo 10 Comments Share Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires Top Stories Arizona Cardinals running back Kerwynn Williams (33) reacts with Evan Boehm (70) after scoring a 3-yard touchdown against the Detroit Lions during the second half of an NFL football game in Detroit, Sunday, Sept. 10, 2017. (AP Photo/Jose Juarez) Grace expects Greinke trade to have emotional impact Derrick Hall satisfied with D-backs’ buying and selling TEMPE, Ariz. — Remove Tom Brady, Drew Brees or Aaron Rodgers from the equation and their teams are going to be less productive. Same with Ezekiel Elliott or Antonio Brown.Those players command the utmost attention from opposing defenses.David Johnson would fit in that category, as well. So, it would stand to reason that the Arizona Cardinals offense will change, at least somewhat, with Johnson sidelined for the next two-to-three months after dislocating his wrist at Detroit. “No. Not one iota,” head coach Bruce Arians said this week.Wait, really? The Cardinals just lost an All-Pro running back who led the NFL and set single-season franchise records with 20 touchdowns and 2,118 scrimmage yards in 2016.“It changes drastically,” quarterback Carson Palmer said. “You lose, who I think, is one of the best football players in this league. Things are obviously going to change.”Now that makes more sense.“But, in saying that, we’re not going to sulk,” Palmer continued. “We got right back to work (Wednesday) and ‘Dre (Andre Ellington) stepped in, Kerwynn (Williams) stepped in. Chris Johnson, getting him back, is huge for us. Yes, things change when you lose D.J. (Humphries) and you love David like that. Things change. The offense doesn’t change, but obviously when you take away the touches and the effect that those guys have on the game, things change.”OK, so the structure of the offense won’t change, just the pieces within the offense; and because of that, there may be certain packages, certain play calls that play to the strengths of a Williams, Ellington or Chris Johnson given their different skill sets.That’s fair.Still, there’s something to be said for losing a player who accounted for nearly 40 percent of the team’s touchdowns, 72 percent of their rushing touchdowns and 20 percent of their receiving yards a season ago. “There’s been too much talk about any one particular person,” wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald said Thursday. “This is a team, and we have to go out there and execute better as a team.”Added offensive coordinator Harold Goodwin, “From Day 1, the standard is the standard. We all know B.A. is not going to change the offense. We do what we do. We just got to be ready to play no matter who’s out there. We won a lot of games before David got here. We’re going to continue to win games without David being out there. David is one man. One man doesn’t make a team. It’s got to be a group effort. It’s got to be a team effort.“I don’t care who runs it. I just want four yards or more. If (Palmer) throws it, catch it. I don’t care who gets the yardage, who gets the glory, I just want to win.”Losing Johnson is big, no one will debate that, but the season continues.Despite the Week 1 setback, the Cardinals have 15 games remaining on their schedule. Everything they set out to accomplish in 2017 remains intact; even though the offensive personnel is not.“You can’t get in a position where you feel like, ‘Oh, I’ve got to do more,’ or make more or make up for the lack of playmaking and the lack of touches that (Johnson) gets,” Palmer said. “We don’t need Chris to try to play like David. We’ve got to each play within ourselves and play within the system. You can’t sit around and sulk. You can’t feel like you’ve got to do anything superhuman. You just can’t, all of a sudden, change what you’re doing and change the way you go about your reads. You’ve just got to continue to play.”
AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email by The Associated Press Posted Nov 22, 2018 3:29 am PDT Revered Russian rapper faces 15 days in jail MOSCOW — A Russian rapper is facing two weeks in jail for performing on a car after prosecutors banned his gig.Husky, 25, has a wide following among young Russians with his videos scoring up to 6 million views on YouTube.Husky, known for his songs mocking authorities and police brutality, was due to perform in the southern city of Krasnodar when local prosecutors warned the venue that his act had elements of what they termed as “extremism.”The gig was moved to another club where the power was shut off, and Husky’s fans poured outside. Videos posted online showed the rapper on the car.Husky’s lawyer Alexander Avanesyan said Thursday his client faces up to 15 days in prison for organizing an unauthorized gathering and disobeying police orders.The Associated Press
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Snow-clad mountains were also seen in parts of Kinnaur. 13 Asian nations that are home to tigers, We will then tell then that when they do vote for us we can only do more So the response you saw was a reward for what they could see That was why during the campaign we came out with a slogan ‘Eye Mark’ as opposed to ‘Earmark’ We found out that our political opponents were used to making promises; we have earmarked X for this road we have earmarked Y for this road we have earmarked X for this hospital; but they never did We under three and half years were able to say we have built this road see it; we are building this hospital; see it We extended rural electricity the light is on The borehole we have giving you is working They told you there was no water here; that it was not possible to get water here; now water is flowing not in one or two but in three locations pointing at what we have done So if we work for people who didn’t vote for us now that they voted for us we are indebted and we must discharge our debt obligation by working in every local government Beginning with this year’s budget we are already looking at how we can sustain those developments in every local government; continue with the school renewal We will ensure that there is even spread of development If we complete schools it would be everywhere We will sustain the principle of even development There’s no vengeance; that’s my watchword You may wonder why we won elections in places PDP leaders come from; those who are powerful in Abuja It was simple We have constructed roads to their villages and people can see that the man they didn’t vote for had built a road and they can see that the man they have been voting for never built that road They can see beautiful schools that we have constructed for their children and they can see the state of the school before I came into government left in tatters by the man they have been voting for So the electorate are more enlightened than we assumed Our opponents spent a huge amount of money People took the money as we told them and voted according to their conscience I think this message sank very well Right now I do not have the discretion not to work everywhere I must as a matter of duty and obligation work everywhere and we are determined to do that We won’t be able to solve all the problems in four years but we would work everywhere and demonstrate that we are tending to solving the problem everywhere even if we are not able to complete the process In the midst of the tension during the election was there any time you had apprehension Also you just made a joke about burying the godfather how did you achieve that feat What I discovered in Nigerian political terrain is that the big names you hear do not connect with the people In an ideal politics you are a strong man only to the extent that you wield influence And I’m talking of wielding influence in the communities that when you talk somebody will say because you are the one who is saying this I will behave differently because of what you have done for them When I say done for them not in terms of stealing N1billion and coming to give them N50000 during Christmas; that is not it Owing to what we have done people are remembering that they said Edo was too poor and therefore wondering where we are getting the money we are using to do these things The money has always been there but what the few has stolen will not be available for the majority to develop We defeated them because it was performance versus empty promises failed promises In 10 years they didn’t do anything Why should people trust them now If in three years we have done something why shouldn’t people trust that in another four years we will do more It is a very practical thing I remember a common example I used to give them when I go to the villages If a woman marries a man for 10 years and that man cannot impregnate her in 10 years and she went to a herbalist and nothing happened If she leaves the man and marries another man whose name is ACN and within nine months there was a baby in the form of roads schools and water do you think the woman will go back to the first man The point I am making is this: the tragedy of the Nigerian politics is that we have big names who are big only because they have stolen so much money not big in terms of having touched the people in a way they cannot ordinarily imagine They are not big in terms of the quality of life that they have made possible by the way in which they have managed public funds With these people every community can narrate effortlessly how they have been deceived how they purport to sink borehole and they took money and the borehole was never done how a road that appears in budget for 10 years was never constructed how their school children moved from one section of their classroom to escape the rain and they cannot see these schools transform with tile floor aluminium windows beautiful doors good ceiling fans and toilets that work as well as teachers with happy offices My own thesis is that the so-called godfathers have been there to the extent that there is no credible challenger When I talk of credible I talk in terms of people who have the history of touching the ordinary man because in this game of politics it is the numbers that count It is the very ordinary man that would determine who is a powerful man in politics But we have been having people who over the years have been perpetrating cheating and electoral fraud They have come to be feared as a result of their capacity to manipulate the process not earning the respect of the people We must purge the political system of the guys who have been feeding fat on our commonwealth pretending to be what they are not The strength of a politician is his capacity to talk and people listen The political class has lost the moral authority to preach peace and that is why we have no one to run to Well I must admit that there was apprehension during the election These people had boasted that they would ensure that materials were not delivered to the most populous parts of the state where I had strong support It happened here in Benin City They also boasted that they were going to doctor the voter register You remember we raised an alarm that they had done a deal to tamper with the voter register On Election Day unfortunately in some areas where they believe I would have more votes they did doctor the register such that some of my people who wanted to vote for me couldn’t vote We have places where they brought the wrong voter register but the people insisted before they withdrew it and brought the original one At the polling centre of one of my opponents they brought a voter register without photographs so that if you come and claim you are someone they will just tick and allow you to vote The people said no that the INEC register contains photographs That’s where the army did a fantastic job They provided security to ensure that the INEC in the end had to withdraw the fake one and brought the real one Again thanks to the vigilance of our people the army and the SSS to ensure that the original voter register was used You also know that I accused INEC of trying to rig the elections because within Benin where you have INEC headquarters they could not move materials from the office to a number of polling centres until 12 noon I had to accuse INEC of trying to manipulate the system People wouldn’t know what we had to do for INEC to bring out these materials in Benin It took up to 12 noon before materials got to polling booths a distance of less than half a kilometre But our people were determined that they will not go home because if they followed their rules and closed the accreditation at 12 at noon nobody would have been accredited which means election would not have taken place The lesson to learn is that if you have an irresponsible referee but a determined club side you still can win your match Even if the referee unfairly gives your people red card even with sick people playing against 11 with sufficient determination you can win particularly when the other one is totally incompetent So there was apprehension and that was the context in which I made that statement Still on the post-mortem of the election there were two issues that came up during the election One is the allegation that you are building a mansion in your village and the second one is about your certificate Could you address the issues In my part of the country if you do not have a house in your village you are like someone who doesn’t know where he comes from I have had a house in my village since 1990 I started constructing the house in 1987 and everybody knows that house Now I am doing a four bedroom house and they went to take the photograph to say it was en estate of 165 bedrooms because they don’t know how to lie small And they put the value at N106 billion As I said during the debate only my opponent? 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