Moses, 29, is currently in his fifth loan in his last six years at Stamford Bridge following his switch to the San Siro in January. read also:Serie A: Inter release training programme for Moses, others The six-month loan deal included a clause to land the Nigerian permanently which Conte is keen to explore but only at a lower price. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Inter Milan are pushing Chelsea to drop their asking price for Nigeria’s Victor Moses. Cheslsea not ready to let moses go to inter for cheap Calciomercato.com reported that Chelsea will need to lower their £10m valuation to let Moses join Inter Milan on a permanent deal. Antonio Conte’s side are keen to sign the player outright this summer after impressing during his loan spell.Advertisement Loading… Promoted Content9 Actors Who Stay Famous For That One Movie They Did 10 Years Ago7 Universities Where Getting An Education Costs A Hefty PennyCouples Who Celebrated Their Union In A Unique, Unforgettable WayTop 10 Iconic Personalities On TV Now9 Facts You Should Know Before Getting A TattooWho Earns More Than Ronaldo?Fans Don’t Know What She Looks Like Now10 Celebrity Dads Who Have A Bad Relationship With Their KidsBest & Worst Celebrity Endorsed Games Ever Made7 Ways To Understand Your Girlfriend Better8 Surprising Ways Drones Could Be Used In The Future10 Risky Jobs Some Women Do
The 2019 XC season came to an end Saturday as we cheered on senior Adam Moster and sophomore Lily Pinckley as they competed at the Lavern Gibson Championship Cross Country course in Terre Haute for the State competition. Although we can say the weather was MUCH better than last weekend, it was still a bit chilly and windy. Adam stepped up to the line first at 1pm with 24 other teams and individuals joining him. (214 in all). Adam was among some incredible competition and finished in the top half of the race, right at the 100th spot with a time of 16:54. 45 minutes later, it was Lily’s turn. 205 ladies were ready to start the race when the connon went off. Lily fought all the way through the finish line and placed 63rd with a time of 19:24. Very proud of these two and thank all the teammates and fans that were able to make the trip to Terre Haute to cheer them on. It was an amazing 2019 XC season and I am sad to see it come to an end, but it was exciting yesterday to hear the underclassmen already talk about their goals for next season. Thanks to everyone for all their support throughout the season.Greensburg’s Brenner Hannah was 37th.16531Courtesy of Bulldogs Coach Lisa Gausman.
Cardiff owner Vincent Tan has told talkSPORT the death of Leicester City owner Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha is ‘a big loss for Thailand’, as he paid tribute to ‘a great man, and a nice man’.The 60-year-old Foxes owner was killed on Saturday evening in a tragic helicopter accident, as his private aircraft crashed outside the King Power Stadium shortly after taking off from the pitch following Leicester’s 1-1 draw with West Ham.The club have described the disaster as the ‘darkest day’ in their history.Tributes have poured in for Khun Vichai – the man behind Leicester’s incredible Premier League win – from all four corners of the football world. Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha was a popular man with Leicester fans A statement from The Duke of Cambridge on the tragic helicopter crash at Leicester City Football Club pic.twitter.com/UVQvzpUxBv— Kensington Palace (@KensingtonRoyal) October 29, 2018Cardiff owner Tan, who hails from neighbouring Malaysia, also paid tribute to the Leicester chief and told talkSPORT a story of how Khun Vichai welcomed him to the Premier League when the Bluebirds were first promoted to the top flight under his leadership.“I knew him and I’m very, very sad this has happened – what a tragic accident,” Tan told talkSPORT host Jim White on Monday.“He was a great man, a nice man.“When Cardiff were promoted to the Premier League in 2013, he invited me and my family to lunch. A host of current and former players, rival supporters, clubs from England and abroad and even The Duke of Cambridge and Football Association president Prince William, who had known him for a number of years, sent their thoughts and prayers to Leicester City and the Srivaddhanaprabha family, who were at the King Power to lay flowers of their own. 2 2 One of the many tributes which have been placed outside the King Power Stadium since Sunday morning “He is a big loss for Thailand and a big loss for Leicester City.“He did so much for Leicester City, especially when they won the Premier League title in 2016 – it was an incredible and remarkable achievement.“He was an icon in Thailand, Asia and the wider football world for what he achieved with Leicester.”Listen to Cardiff owner Vincent Tan’s tribute to Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha above
DONEGAL has been lashed with hail, thunder and lightening today as the storm hitting Ulster turns nasty.At one stage this morning traffic ground to a standstill in Letterkenny as driving hailstones reduced visibility to just a few feet.There was also a large downpour of hailstones on the back road beside Mount Errigal – giving a white-out for a short time. Temperatures have dropped – and showers will be heavy throughout the day before dying out later.WEEKEND OUTLOOK:It will be unsettled and changeable for the rest of the weekend and into the early days of next week. Often windy with showers or longer spells of heavy rain at times and generally cooler than of late also. Saturday night : Windy and blustery for much of the night with a spell of heavy rain giving way to occasional showers later in the night. Strong to gale force and very gusty southwest winds will veer westerly in the clearance, but there will be some severe gusts in places as it does so. These should moderate somewhat around dawn, when lowest temperatures of 4 to 8 C., are expected. Sunday: It will be cool and bright on Sunday with sunny spells; a few showers on Atlantic coasts, but most other places dry. Highs will be in the range 8 to 10 C.. Windy in the morning with strong westerly winds , but these will decrease moderate to fresh later. Cold overnight, with lows of 2 to 5 C., with some frost in places. Monday and Tuesday: It will become windy and very wet on Monday, after a dry start in many places. A spell of heavy rain that is due to sweep in off the Atlantic during the day, is likely to persist through the night, before clearing away to the east during Tuesday morning. The southwest and west will get the heaviest of the rain and there is a risk of some spot flooding there. Top temperatures 11 to 13 C., in strong to gale force southerly winds. The second half of Tuesday will be bright and fresh with sunny spells and scattered showers and just fresh westerly winds. Wednesday the last day of the month, is expected to be a bright, fresh windy day with a mixture of sunny spells and some rain or hail showers. Top temperatures 7 to 10 C.DONEGAL WEATHER MADNESS! IT’S ONE HAIL OF A DAY OUT THERE was last modified: November 25th, 2011 by BrendaShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:colddonegal examsdonegal weatherdonegaldaily.com first againhailshowers
Some people are so convinced there are alien intelligences in the universe, we should be getting ready to meet them. The Telegraph, a UK newspaper, reported that NASA has partly financed a creative writing class on “interstellar message composition” at the University of Wyoming. Professor Jeffrey Lockwood wants to help the 11 students think about what we might say to an alien intelligence. One student “created a poem about menstruation with syllables arranged in a mathematically harmonious order, known as the Fibonacci sequence.” The course is being advised by Douglas Vakoch, director of interstellar message composition at the SETI Institute (see 04/17/2008). Who better than writers, he said, to express the human condition to our stellar neighbors. “It could be tomorrow that we’ll need to be ready to decide if we reply,” he said. Don’t expect a lively dialogue, though; each one-way message could take thousands of years. Over the Rockies at Denver, Jeff Peckman is asking the city council to create an “Extraterrestrial Affairs Commission,” reported the Denver Post. He believes the federal government is already aware of extraterrestrials and is spending a great deal of taxpayer money to conceal the fact. Peckman is gathering signatures for a ballot initiative to create an 18-member commission, at the cost of $75,000 a year, to decide on policies for dealing with space beings. The Rocky Mountain News said that Peckman believes he saw an alien winking through a window on a video of a UFO.Which of these stories is absurd, pseudoscientific and an egregious abuse of taxpayer money? Pick any two.(Visited 12 times, 1 visits today)FacebookTwitterPinterestSave分享0
curt hopkins 8 Best WordPress Hosting Solutions on the Market Tunisian Protests Result in Massive Online Crackdown. On December 17th, a young unemployed university graduate, Mohamed Bouazizi, burned himself to death in Sidi Bouzid to protest the economic situation for young people. His death inspired large protests and resulted in the government killing of three protesters so far. With a non-existent media, Tunisians took to the internet to share information on the protests. This resulted in a savage censoring backlash by the Tunisian government. Anonymous, the 4chan-allied, Wikipedia-defending hacker group, subsequently targeted the government’s official site and that of the prime minister, shutting both down. Tunisians are being supported by bloggers around the world, especially in the Arab world. It has been absent, however, in the western media. This should, alas, be no great shock. On the plus side, as DemocracyWorks notes, are the development of the anti-censorship protest song in Tunisia, and protest hip-hop. Saudi Arabia to increase official online repression. Two months after banning Facebook for “religious reasons,” the kingdom, already one of the most repressive places on the planet, is introducing new rules. They include mandatory licensing for all blogs and websites, as well as government-approved editors. Anyone wishing to start an online publication will need “documents testifying to their good behaviour.” It’s almost funny. Almost. Taiwan restricts free expression. One of the trends we predicted, that of democracies aping restrictive countries like China, is in full flower. The latest to join the Shutup Club is Taiwan. In a unique combination of direct government pressure on the media and government-funded advertising, Taiwan’s media is becoming more docile. Freedom House has downgraded the country’s free speech rating. Whether this will inspire a flowering of alternative online expression or muzzle it as well remains to be seen. The GoldenState is Tin. California’s “mellow vibe” has never seemed quite real to anyone who’s spent any time there, and the latest legal moves in the state should dispel the notion of a live-and-let-live state for good. If you are arrested now in California, the police may, pursuant to a California Supreme Court verdict, seize and root through your cell phone without a warrant. Not satisfied with that, the CA legislature has also passed Senate Bill 1411, a law making “epersonation,” masquerading as someone else online, a crime that can send you to jail for a year. Bolivia makes racism-based censorship more palatable. Bolvia’s “anti-racism” law, a cheap screen for censorship against troublesome journalists, has been criticized widely. Disappointingly, Reporters Without Borders has praised the change in language of the new law. Yes, it’s more specific. But the real issue is that speech is being punished, it’s aimed at media organs and it still provides a handy tool for prosecution of uncooperative newspapers, websites and broadcast stations. Racism should be argued down with words and with actions – if a publication is a racist rag, withdraw your patronage, your advertising, your cooperation. But send a government (you know – the guys with the guns?) against it and you’d best start practice throwing your hands up over your head and remaining perfectly still – you’ll find that yourself racist the minute you disagree with the reigning regime. China arrests blogger for being a dirty bird. Given that China arrested a bride on her wedding day for a seven-word retweet, no one should be surprised that the country’s government is as humorless as it is repressive. But as if to make 100% certain that no one is, China has arrested Lin Chenglong, a Guandong resident who wrote a blog called “Eating, Drinking, Whoring and Gambling.” Please note: Lin was not arrested for soliciting a prostitute. Neither prostitutes, pimps nor madams were arrested. You can make a very good case that prostitution is deleterious for all participants (if you want). But that’s not why Lin was arrested. He was arrested for “spreading obscene material on the internet.” He was arrested, in other words, because China’s leadership are a bunch of repressive grannies. A Web Developer’s New Best Friend is the AI Wai… Related Posts Top Reasons to Go With Managed WordPress Hosting Why Tech Companies Need Simpler Terms of Servic… Tags:#TWiOT#web
“It was the most honorable moment of my career,” said the Ceres Negros star. “Being part of the team and leading this golden generation of Azkals representing the country and leading them on the pitch was just an unbelievable moment.”His promotion to captain for the country’s debut was made even more remarkable by the fact that he was nowhere near the national team setup about a year ago as he fell out with former coach Thomas Dooley.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSPrivate companies step in to help SEA Games hostingSPORTSUrgent reply from Philippine football chiefSPORTSWin or don’t eat: the Philippines’ poverty-driven, world-beating pool starsWhen Scott Cooper was appointed interim coach last September, one of the first players he called up for his first training camp was Schrock, a German Bundesliga veteran, who, at 32, remains one of the country’s quickest and most skillful players.Schrock said wearing the armband brought back memories of the time when he first suited up for the team and Rob Gier was still leading the squad. The midfielder said Gier would never fail to remind them who they were playing for, especially when they were in the Middle East where a huge number of Filipino workers were based.“On my first game, Rob Gier was telling us to play for all those Filipino workers suffering and sacrificing for their families back home,” Schrock said.“I still get shaky knees remembering what he said. We are privileged to be a part of this and blessed with an average life that’s why we always give our best to our brothers and sisters in the 90 minutes that we are on the pitch.”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 Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next LATEST STORIES Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Private companies step in to help SEA Games hosting Midfielder Stephan Schrock (left) battles South Korean counterpart Lee Jae-sung for the ball during the Philippines’1-0 defeat in the opener of theAsian Cup. —APABU DHABI—Filipino international Stephan Schrock has played against some of the finest players in the world when he was still playing in Germany, but leading the Azkals out for their historic AFC Asian Cup match against South Korea will go down as the biggest moment of his career.With captain Phil Younghusband starting on the bench as coach Sven-Goran Eriksson opted to play Javier Patiño up front, Schrock wore the captain’s armband at Al Maktoum Stadium in Dubai for their Group C opener which ended in a 1-0 defeat.ADVERTISEMENT Is Luis Manzano planning to propose to Jessy Mendiola? MOST READ Hotel management clarifies SEAG footballers’ kikiam breakfast issue Eriksson, Patiño have inside info on Chinese squad LOOK: Joyce Pring goes public with engagement to Juancho Triviño SEA Games: Biñan football stadium stands out in preparedness, completion SEA Games: Biñan football stadium stands out in preparedness, completion SEA Games hosting troubles anger Duterte TS Kammuri to enter PAR possibly a day after SEA Games opening View comments
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said Tuesday that Jody Wilson-Raybould should have spoken to him about any concerns she may have had. APTN.Justin BrakeAPTN NewsJustin Trudeau says he was “surprised and disappointed” by former minister of Justice and Attorney General Jody Wilson-Raybould’s resignation Tuesday.The prime minister said Wilson-Raybould, who notified Trudeau of her resignation on Monday evening, should have gone to him with any concerns she might have had.“If anyone, particularly the Attorney General, felt that we were not doing our job fully, responsibly, and according to all the rules as a government, it was her responsibility to come forward to me this past fall and highlight that directly to me,” Trudeau said.“She did not. Nobody did. And that’s why I continue to be puzzled and obviously disappointed by her decision to step down from cabinet.”The statements, made Tuesday evening in Winnipeg, are the latest in an ongoing saga involving allegations the prime minister pressured Wilson-Raybould to help Montreal engineering and construction firm SNC-Lavalin avoid criminal prosecution.Trudeau has denied the allegations, and Wilson-Raybould has cited solicitor-client privilege when pressed on the matter.She served as Canada’s Attorney General from 2015 until last month, when she was moved to the Veterans Affairs portfolio in a political move that surprised many.The prime minister reaffirmed his, and his government’s innocence in the matter.“Let me be direct, the government of Canada did its job, and to the clear public standards expected of it,” Trudeau told reporters in Winnipeg Tuesday.“If anyone felt differently they had an obligation to raise that with me. No one, including Jody, did that.”During his responses to media Tuesday Trudeau repeatedly referred to the former minister and First Nation leader by her first name.In December Trudeau came under fire from First Nation chiefs in B.C. after he addressed Kukpi7 Judy Wilson of the Union of B.C. Indian Chiefs (UBCIC) by her first name and in what the UBCIC maintained was a condescending tone.The UBCIC called Trudeau’s behaviour toward Wilson sexist and demanded an apology, saying the prime minister “runs the risk of sending a message to Canadians that it’s ok to belittle, berate and lecture female Indigenous leaders.“It sends a message that it’s ok to continue these attacks towards our Indigenous women whether it is in the boardroom, meetings or dealing with issues on the land, and it runs the grave risk of discouraging Indigenous women to stand up to defend themselves.”No apology was ever made.The organization made a similar statement Tuesday in a letter to Trudeau, prior to Wilson-Raybould’s resignation, saying that comments reported by media from unnamed sources within the Liberal party about Wilson-Raybould are sexist and racist.“They perpetuate colonial-era, sexist stereotypes that Indigenous women cannot be powerful, forthright, and steadfast in positions of power, but rather confrontational, meddling and egotistic,” the letter to Trudeau reads. “These comments from your staff must be recognized for what they are – blatant sexism.”Trudeau said reconciliation is still a priority for the Liberals.“Our government’s commitment to reconciliation is larger than any one person, and we will continue to work closely with Indigenous partners as we walk this path together.“Make no mistake, we will remain squarely focused on middle class Canadians, creating jobs, growing the economy, and delivering more opportunities for hard-working families from coast to coast to coast,” he said.The prime minister also downplayed the significance of having an Indigenous woman in his cabinet.“We have taken directions from Canadians, particularly Indigenous Canadians, from the very beginning on the matter of reconciliation,” he said.With files from Martha [email protected]@justinbrakenews