As soon as Liverpool went 3-0 down against Arsenal the jokes were going to fly.Three goals in eight minutes from Hector Bellerin, Mesut Ozil and Alexis Sanchez saw the Gunners go in at the break very comfortably, with Olivier Giroud making it 4-1 at the end after Jordan Henderson had grabbed a consolation from the penalty spot.The Gunners’ victory moves them into second place, above Man City, who play Crystal Palace on Monday, and during this rout, Liverpool’s defence came in for particularly heavy criticism. 1 Funniest reaction to Arsenal’s thrashing of Liverpool
Starting next summer, Los Angeles apartment dwellers will have the opportunity to sort paper, plastic and glass recyclables at home under a plan finalized Tuesday by the City Council. Recycling pickup for multifamily buildings will initially be voluntary, but Bureau of Sanitation officials gave trash haulers a warning: If the city doesn’t get enough participation after seven years, it could become mandatory. “This is a very good proposal for (the) city of Los Angeles to take the next giant leap in recycling,” said Councilman Greig Smith, whose RENEW LA plan outlines a 20-year blueprint to handle the city’s trash. Multifamily buildings generate 550,000 tons of waste per year, about 10 percent of the city’s total. AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREOregon Ducks football players get stuck on Disney ride during Rose Bowl eventThe Bureau of Sanitation will solicit bids from trash companies to pick up recyclables at apartments and condominiums, and will finalize contracts in about a year. The city will place blue recycling bins at participating buildings. Collection should start by mid-2007 and be implemented citywide a year later, said Neil Guglielmo of the Bureau of Sanitation. “We’re trying to make it as convenient as possible,” he said. The city tested free recycling at apartments beginning in 2004, and signed up 64,000 units. Some buildings in the program are recycling up to 40 percent. Approximately 750,000 single-family homes and and small apartment complexes now have curbside recycling provided by the city’s Bureau of Sanitation. Roughly 540,000 apartment units and condos hire private haulers and rarely pay the extra money for recycling services. Officials estimate that the program will cost the city $6 million to $10 million, depending on the hauler bids and the number of units signed up for the service. The funding will come from permit fees paid by private waste haulers operating in the city. email@example.com (213) 978-0390160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!
The manTHE Rory Gallagher International Tribute Festival has been nominated for this year’s European Festival Awards in the “BEST SMALL FESTIVAL” Category.People across Donegal – and Ireland of course – are being encourage to vote online for the Ballyshannon-based festival which draws huge crowds to the town.Next year’s festival is from Thursday 28th to Sunday May 31st. So get voting online now here: eu.festivalawards.com/vote RORY GALLAGHER FESTIVAL SHORTLISTED AS EUROPE’S BEST was last modified: October 22nd, 2014 by John2Share 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:awardsRory Gallagher Festval
1 Chinese investors are reportedly interested in Newcastle United Newcastle owner Mike Ashley could be ready to listen to genuine offers for the club amid interest from China.Reports on Monday suggested there has been fresh interest in United, who won promotion back to the Premier League at the end of last season, from Asia.The Magpies were not commenting on the matter, but there was no outright dismissal from sources on Tyneside either, which there has been in the past.It is not the first time a potential buyer has expressed an interest in the club, bought by Ashley for £134.4million in April 2007.However, no acceptable offer has ever been received and the Sports Direct tycoon has remained at the helm, much to the annoyance of his most vociferous critics.While he has not actively been looking for a buyer in recent years, he has always been open to an offer he could not refuse.Having regained top-flight for the second time in Ashley’s tenure, Newcastle represents an attractive proposition once again, although it remains to be seen whether or not anyone puts the required cash on the table, and if he is indeed prepared to do business.The sportswear magnate has already promised manager Rafael Benitez “every last penny that the club generates” from promotion, player sales and other income in the wake of promotion, and the Spaniard and chief executive Lee Charnley are currently working on his summer transfer wish-list.
PALMDALE – Highland High’s wrestling team is hoping a new look brings familiar results. For the first time in years, the Bulldogs have no returning Southern Section medalists and just one defending league champion. Expectations nonetheless remain high for a program that has won Golden League titles 12 of the past 13 years, including the last three. “Normally, we do have more returnees, but I think we’re going to be just as good this year,” said senior Josh Purpose, the league’s defending 125-pound champion. “Knowing that we’re missing so many people, we need to step it up this year.” AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MORERose Parade grand marshal Rita Moreno talks New Year’s Day outfit and ‘West Side Story’ remake Purpose is among a group of talented wrestlers longtime Highland coach Michael Young believes can progress to elite status as the season progresses. Junior Ryan Gifford (152), a runner-up last season, and senior Paul Petros (130) and junior Randy Wallerstein (140), who finished third and fourth in league last season, are the most notable wrestlers with the potential make an impact. Seniors Heath Ikahihifo (189), the younger brother of former Highland standout John, and Robert Davis (215) are among those Young believes can be standouts, too. Highland hasn’t had a state qualifier since 2003. “We don’t really have any stallions,” Young said. “I think we will by the end of the year, but right now we have a lot of mules and they all pull together.” Highland’s depth will be a factor as it tries to fend off challenges from emerging league powers Littlerock, Antelope Valley, Lancaster and Quartz Hill. Littlerock, which interrupted Highland’s title run with a league championship in 2002, features Ryan Cambaliza (215) and Antelope Valley has Eric Timson (145), the league’s top two wrestlers and Southern Section medalists. Lancaster features standouts Jeff Merrill (112) and Kevin Plunkett (215). Quartz Hill is led by Jason Fonze (275) and Russell Curry (171). “I just think all the juniors and seniors need to step it up and help the freshmen and sophomores step up,” Purpose said. “If we do that, we’ll be successful.” It is an unfamiliar role for those who in years past took their cues from standouts Steve Frehn and Kyle Burnett. “They had intensity when they wrestled,” Purpose said. “We’re trying to bring what we learned from them to the new guys.” Said Gifford: “I feel like everybody looks up to us and expects to go out and win every match. They watch what we’re doing in practices. If we slack off, we know they’re going to slack off. If we’re working hard, then they’re going to work hard, too.” Gideon Rubin, (818)713-3607 firstname.lastname@example.org 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!
Picture courtesy of Jack MurrayHE went on to become a Hollywood legend, but back in 1989 Will Ferrell was just like every other American dude of his generation – he wanted to go on holiday to….BUNDORAN.And here are the pictures to prove it.They belong to Sinn Fein councillor Jack Murray (in nappies back then) but show Ferrell in Bundoran. The then Sports Science student was dating one of Cllr Murray’s long lost relatives in California and had come to Donegal with her that summer.The top picture shows Will with Jack’s uncle Dom, at Dom’s home in Bundoran.Said Jack: “Our cousin came to Ireland regularly to visit relatives and on this trip she brought her boyfriend Will to Bundoran.“They were there for a week or so and met all the family who lived there. He wasn’t famous at the time of course….but apparently he was funny but fairly shy and quiet.” And here’s Will playing Trivial Pursuit with Jack’s relatives.Will playing board games on his holiday in BundoranME, MY FAMILY AND ACTOR WILL FERRELL – BY COUNCILLOR JACK MURRAY! was last modified: February 11th, 2014 by John2Share 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:bundoranCouncillorJack MurrayWill Ferrell
OAKLAND – On the surface, everything about Stephen Curry looked the same.On Wednesday, Curry showed his competitive side by renewing his post-practice shooting routine with Kevin Durant. On Tuesday, Curry showed his nurturing side by including fourth-year guard Quinn Cook as well as training camp invitees Tyler Ulis and Kendrick Nunn in his post-practice workout. And on both days, Curry showed his playful side by finishing those sessions with half-court shots.Dig deeper, though, and the …
Share Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest Vermeer Corporation continues to expand its mower conditioner line with the addition of the MC4500 mower conditioner. Designed with productivity, flexibility and convenience in mind, the MC4500 has a 15-foot (4.5-m) cutting width to meet the needs of large volume operators.“Vermeer added a larger model to the mower conditioner line to help large volume operators cover more acres in a shorter amount of time” said Vermeer Product Manager, Josh Vrieze. “The MC4500 mower conditioner brings more size, speed, versatility and reliability to the operator in the field.”Efficiency features like a drawbar swivel hitch allow hooking up the implement to become a hassle-free, one man job. Similarly, the Quick-Clip® Blade Retention System makes replacing and reversing blades quick and convenient.Q3® Cutter Bar technology helps maximize productivity by making the mower more fuel-efficient with minimal gear-to-gear interface, requiring less horsepower than gear-bed style cutter bars. The Quick-ChangeTM Shear Ring sits within the disc hub and shears when a potentially damaging object encounters the disc to protect the internal gears and drive spline. All combined, these Q3 Cutter Bar features make maintenance and repair user-friendly.In addition to the unique cutter bar features, Vermeer mower conditioners are equipped with a nitrogen-charged accumulator suspension system to provide a consistent weight on the cutter bar throughout the full range of motion. Operators can easily customize suspension settings for their specific field conditions, resulting in less cutter bar weight on the ground and less stress on the header and framework compared to traditional mechanical spring systems.With the option of either a steel roller or v-tine conditioner on all models of mower conditioners, the operator can choose the conditioning method preferred for their operation. In addition, multiple swath adjustments give users more control over their windrow formation. The Vermeer MC-series mower conditioners offers cutting widths of 9.1 feet (2.8 m) on the MC2800, 10.5 feet (3.3 m) on the MC3300, 12 feet (3.7 m) on the MC3700 and now 15 feet (4.5 m) on the MC4500.To learn more about Vermeer Corporation, products, the dealer network and financing options, visit vermeer.com.
How do I access my Account Settings?See that gear icon in the upper right corner? Click it! You will be magically transported to the new and improved Account Settings tabs page.What happened to my avatar/profile photo?To make life just a little bit simpler, we’ve combined the Avatar and Profile images into one image (to rule them all, ahem) that will display universally across Geocaching.com. In other words, your current Avatar image will become the one image displayed on Geocaching.com and will be referred to as “Profile Image.” Going forward, we will not store images other than the current Profile image. This means that when you upload a new image as your Profile photo, the previous image will no longer be saved on Geocaching.com.Where did all my stored Profile/Avatar images go?Profile/Avatar images stored prior to the Account Settings redesign will be available via the link next to your current Profile image. We suggest that you download these images from Geocaching.com as we may discontinue storing them in the future.How can I display larger images on my Profile now that the Profile image only supports smaller sizes?You can add larger images to your Bio box, located under the Profile Information tab. You will need to use HTML and use tags. Example: Where should information like my name, address, and occupation go, now that it’s removed from the new Account Settings page?To make Account Settings as easy to use as possible, we’re going for simplicity. You are still welcome to display your name, address, occupation, and whatever else you like on your Profile (as long as it’s appropriate of course!). You can do so in the Bio box.Where can I customize my Geocaching.com experience to my location and language?Under the Preferences tab, you can select your preferred language, time zone, and distance units. We’ve added many more time zones and date format options so you can localize your geocaching experience wherever you are in the world. Note: We removed the Daylight Savings Time checkbox, as the time zones now automatically account for this.How can I edit my publicly displayed statistics?Great question. You will now be able to edit statistics as they appear on your Public Profile directly from http://www.geocaching.com/my/statistics.aspx.What happened to List Newest in [state]?Our Account Settings page no longer supports this feature. We are working hard to improve other features on the website that will be able to serve up this information more efficiently. In the meantime, you can go to the Advanced Search page, select “By Country/Province”, and then select the country and province of interest to you. You can bookmark the results to have easy access to the same search. Link to Advanced Search: http://www.geocaching.com/seek/nearest.aspxWhy can’t I see my GPS listed anymore?We have not updated the “Your GPS” section for quite some time. If you would like to see reviews about a GPS or smartphone, there are many other websites out there that specialize in providing this content.How do I add friends on Geocaching.com?You will still be able to add/remove/view friends from the “View Your Friends” link on http://www.geocaching.com/my/default.aspx and “Your Friends” located under “Quick View”Can I update my Account information from my mobile device?Shucks, we’re glad you asked. And the answer is: YES! The Account Settings tabs page was designed to look great in a mobile browser.I don’t want to see other players’ profile images in geocache logs. How do I turn them off?Under the Preferences tab, you will need to uncheck the box “Show other geocachers’ profile images in logs.”Other noteworthy changes:Basic members can now change their Forum titleRemoved Online Presence and Instant MessengerRemoved Forum Signature and Profile previewsRemoved ability to toggle off Recently Viewed CachesView in German. SharePrint RelatedCheck out Geocaching.com’s new look!March 25, 2015In “Geocaching tools”Latest addition to the Dashboard and Profile makes this project a wrapDecember 19, 2017In “News”Inside HQ: Take a Tour of the New Message CenterJuly 7, 2015In “Geocaching Weekly Newsletter” Share with your Friends:More
At the White House today, President Obama talked robots, hung out with the guys from MythBusters, and launched a campaign designed to create smarter, techier American kids. “I believe that robotics can inspire students,” he said while introducing a student project designed to collect and throw moon rocks. “I also want to keep an eye on those robots in case they try anything.” We officially love you, Mr. President. And yes, let’s get those kids into labs and in front of glowing screens – for the right reasons this time. And for those of you with an inclination to volunteer, check out this National Lab Day website matching classroom needs to volunteer expertise. American kids apparently need to learn about phone app programming, entrepreneurialism and plain old hardware just as much as they need to focus on engineering robots – a favorite topic of teachers, students and the President, as well. The President doesn’t think so, and he’s directing funds accordingly. He further announced that the $4.35 billion Race to the Top school grant program will give preference to states that commit to improving STEM education. A Web Developer’s New Best Friend is the AI Wai… “If you win the NCAA champtionships, you get to come to the White House… We’re going to show young people how cool science can be.” Related Posts 8 Best WordPress Hosting Solutions on the Market Top Reasons to Go With Managed WordPress Hosting Check out some of the implementations of the partnerships Obama references above on the Digital Media and Learning Competition website, and look out for Discovery Channel’s commercial-free block of science programming for kids launching next year. Tags:#news#web Why Tech Companies Need Simpler Terms of Servic… In the recent past, we’ve told you about Obama’s financial and moral support for startups, his masterful use of the social web – both as a candidate for the office and as President – and the change, recovery, data, and health care reform initiatives he’s conducted online. He may not personally use Twitter (yet), but he does use a Creative Commons license for his Flickr photos. It seems fairly clear to us that Obama cares about where the country is going technologically, and we hope this focus on STEM education will help us all in the long term. “Reaffirming and strengthening America’s role as the world’s engine of scientific discovery and technological innovation is essential to meeting the challenges of this century,” said Obama.” That’s why I am committed to making the improvement of STEM [science, technology, engineering, and math] education over the next decade a national priority.” The campaign involves key partnerships with organizations from Sesame Street to Sony (whose PlayStation 3 console will be used for strengthening young minds through game design competitions), and it also features help from individuals such as Sally Ride (the first female astronaut) and a handful of digitally focused CEOs. And why do American kids need this level of convincing? Brace yourselves for bad news, patriots: Kids in the U.S. rank in the mid-twenties when scored against 30 other nations for math and science literacy. We are being drastically outperformed in these areas; in a time when technological innovation is the foundation and impetus for a lot of other cultural and economic factors, can we afford to not develop competencies in tech and science? Check out the President’s 18-minute address, which outlines his plan to use the $260 million-valued campaign to bring struggling American students into world domination: jolie odell Obama hopes the campaign will increase STEM literacy for students, improve the quality of teaching in these areas, and promote better education and work opportunities for underrepresented groups – such as women and minorities – in tech. The Geek-In-Chief is also starting an annual science fair at the White House to inspire and promote young geeks who are doing great things in hardware, software, technology, science and robotics. We need, he said, to teach children to “be makers, not consumers.