A cattle mart is to return to Letterkenny for the first time in more than a decade.The famous cattle mart at Sentry Hill in Letterkenny last operated 12 years ago and the old mart has since been bulldozed.But well-known businessman Eddie Tinney will now hold a new Letterkenny Livestock Mart at Bonagee. Mr Tinney said the first mart will be held on Tuesday week, April 9th and every Tuesday thereafter. HISTORIC CATTLE MART TO RETURN TO LETTERKENNY was last modified: March 29th, 2013 by StephenShare 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:cattle martEddie TinneySentry Hill
Open Week was slightly disrupted with some unusual wet June weather; it usually rains for the entire week, whereas Tuesdays Ladies Open, sponsored very kindly by Con Boyce of the Golf Shop, was played in particularly nice sunshine for most of the day.The winner with 33 points and proud owner of a lovely new golf bag was Eileen Keating. 2nd Catherine Cooke-Harkin 33 points B.O.T. Gross Tracy Spence 21 Gross Points B.O.T. 3rd Elaine Russell 33 points B.O.T. Visitor Noreen Allen Bundoran Golf Club 29 points. Front 9 Ruth Daly. Back 9 Siobhan Wherity.Have you taken up the sport of golf in recent years. In fact, you may be playing golf many years and are a little rusty on some of the basic rules and etiquette. For example, did you know you should not leave your bag or trolley in front of the green while you putt. Or, that you should wait until you are at the next tee before marking cards. These are some of the reasons why slow play ensues and people in groups coming behind you, are getting frustrated with your slow play. Slow play is all very well, if that is what you enjoy, but holding the rest of the course and everyone coming behind you to ransom is not okay, There will be a short informal discussion on etiquette, rules and handicaps in the golf club on Thursday 5th July. Everyone is urged to come along. Tracy Spence is our I.L.G.U. Rules Official and will be giving a short talk on some of the basic mistakes we tend to make.Commiserations to Team Captain Mary Ellen McNulty and the Miele Team who were defeated by Dunfanaghy by one hole after the home team, Dunfanaghy won on the 20th hole in the play off holes. Good luck to our friends in Dunfanaghy who are always so hospitable to visitors, in their next round.The Maura O’Donnell competition is still live for us, so please make sure your name is on the panel.The next round of the Club Mixed Foursomes, very kindly sponsored once again this year by McDonalds Restaurant, must be completed by the 22nd July. Also, a new event has just been added to our fixtures. There will be an OPEN Mixed Foursomes on the 13th July. Book online to reserve your tee time. Next Tuesday, 3rd July, is the July Medal and like me you are probably shaking your head in disbelief at the passage of time! Please make sure your name is in the draw. If you are a Facebook user, there is a Letterkenny Golf Club Ladies forum for our members.Golf Knowledge and Rules.A question from one of our gents this week. His ball, following his tee shot, broke into pieces and part of it landed out of bounds. What is the ruling?Answer:If a ball breaks into pieces as a result of a stroke, the stroke is cancelled and the player replays without penalty, as near as possible at the spot where the original ball was played under rule 5.3. It doesn’t make any difference where the pieces of the ball end up. Photo:Con Boyce Open : Back Row: Left to Right: Joan Murphy, SiobhanWherity, Ruth Daly, Elaine Russell, Tracy Spence, Marian O’Sullivan,Catherine Cooke-HarkinFront: Left to Right: Roberta McDowell, Sponsor The Golf Shop, Lady CaptainAngela Kilgallen, Eileen Keating, Winner.GOLF: LETTERKENNY GOLF CLUB LADIES NEWS was last modified: June 26th, 2012 by StephenShare 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:Letterkenny Golf Club ladies news
THE Saint Vincent de Paul has called on the public to be vigilant as thieves have targeted clothes recycling banks in the county.Gangs using bolt cutters have broken into several clothes banks in recent weeks.The latest was in Carrigart earlier this week. With increasing prices being paid for recycled clothes, Gardai say gangs will attempt to sell on stolen items and have appealed for the public to be vigilant. BANK ROBBERS! THIEVES STEAL FROM CLOTHES BANKS was last modified: April 4th, 2012 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:BANK ROBBERS! THIEVES STEAL FROM CLOTHES BANKSNOW THIEVES TARGET CHARITY RECYCLING CENTRES
Klay Thompson subscribes. You can too for just 11 cents a day for 11 months + receive a free Warriors Championship book. Sign me up!OAKLAND — Warriors center DeMarcus Cousins was ejected in Sunday’s game against the Charlotte Hornets at Oracle Arena after collecting a Flagrant Foul 2 on Hornets center Willy Hernangomez with 6:09 left in the second quarter.Just before Warriors guard Quinn Cook made a 3, Cousins made contact with his arm on Hernangomez’s head. After an official review, Cousins …
Fossils continue to turn up surprises. Some of them appear in the wrong place, in the wrong time, or in the wrong order. Darwinian theory never seems to have a problem, though. Evolutionary paleontologists always find a way to stretch or shrink their phylogenetic trees to accommodate the new discoveries, or make up new imaginary tales, to fit the new findings into the all-encompassing story of universal common descent by natural selection.Proto-squid: What was Nectocaris? The strange fossil in the Burgess Shale, one of many strange fossils in the Burgess Shale, defied classification since its discovery 100 years ago. Was it a mollusc? Was it an arthropod? After looking at dozens of them, scientists publishing in Nature decided this week,1 based on one trait, that it must have been the ancestor of squids and octopi. That trait appears to have been an organ of jet propulsion that modern squid, cuttlefish and octopi use to scoot through the water. This organ on Nectocaris doesn’t look quite the same; it’s at right angles to the creature, for one thing, as if it would have spun the poor animal in circles. Perhaps it had a pivot so it could be aimed in various directions. The creature has eyes and tentacles but lacks some other characteristic cephalopod traits. Nevertheless, Smith and Caron put their theory out there anyway, and Stefan Bengtson liked the theory enough to title his commentary, “A little Kraken wakes.”2 The news media immediately jumped on the bandwagon with headlines like the one on PhysOrg, “Palaeontologists solve mystery of 500 million-year-old squid-like carnivore.” Even if Smith and Caron are right, it doesn’t help Darwin’s story. Smith wrote in the press release printed by PhysOrg, “This is significant because it means that primitive cephalopods were around much earlier than we thought, and offers a reinterpretation of the long-held origins of this important group of marine animals.” Like the other Cambrian body plans, a complex cephalopod emerged out of nowhere. Smith continued, “We know very little about the relationships between the major groups of molluscs, and the early history of the group,” yet somehow, he said, “Fossils like Nectocaris help us to map out how the groups alive today might be related, and how they evolved.” If this is indeed a cephalopod in Cambrian strata, it exacerbates the problem of complex life appearing early in the fossil record. “Far from being mindless filterers or grazers, they [cephalopods] are active predators possessing the most advanced nervous system known among invertebrates. Their brain-to-body ratio exceeds that of most vertebrates,” Bengtson said. “They are masters of camouflage, changing shape, surface pattern, texture and colour in the blink of an eye – and they do have good eyes.”Swimming tank: Imagine a triceratops swimming across the ocean. That’s almost what a story in Live Science is asking us to believe: “Newfound Horned Dinosaur Probably Island-Hopped to Europe.” Horned dinosaurs of a type normally known from the Gobi Desert have been identified in Europe. How did they get there? Based on another paper published in Nature this week,3 Charles Q. Choi reported that the ancestors of this kind of dinosaur were only known from the far east. Based on what the scientists said, he imagined this scenario: “Their ancestors might have swum westward from island to island, or they might have walked to these areas when the islands were landlocked, only to get separated later when sea levels rose,” he said. Perhaps you can think of other mental pictures. Xing Xu of feathered dinosaur fame commented on this find in Nature.4 He began by mentioning the large gaps in the record: “Reconstructing the historical distribution of Earth’s fauna and flora is a challenging task, not least because of the incomplete, often poorly dated, nature of the fossil record,” he said. “Such problems are particularly severe with respect to European biogeography in the Late Cretaceous period (about 100 million to 65 million years ago), when Europe was an archipelago.” A shipload of Darwin caulk is necessary for such situations; maybe even an Ark load.Reset button: Science Daily told a mystery tale of catastrophe: something hit the reset button, and killed almost everything, but fortunately we survived. “A mass extinction of fish 360 million years ago hit the reset button on Earth’s life, setting the stage for modern vertebrate biodiversity, a new study reports.” What was it? Nobody knows, but “Those few species that survived the bottleneck were the evolutionary starting point for all vertebrates — including humans — that exist today,” we are told. It was a global extinction. It left a completely different world. Maybe the world got drunk, because the article said the 15-million-year gap “was the hangover after the traumatic Hangenberg event.” Somewhere out of the hangover, our grandpappy emerged. “When tetrapods finally recovered, those survivors were likely the great-great-grandfathers to the vast majority of land vertebrates present today.” It would be nice to know what happened, but: “What remains mysterious is exactly what happened 360 million years ago to trigger this mass extinction, the authors said.” If you thought trees were our friends, “The first appearance of forest-like environments in some regions might also have produced atmospheric changes catastrophic to animal life.” What did the forest trees evolve from? They didn’t say. Perhaps they just “appeared.” Maybe this study helped the scientists learn some things about evolution: “The research also raises questions about the pattern of evolution after the extinction event. It remains unclear why groups that were abundant before the event did not recover, while other groups spread and diversified in radical new ways.” Your tax dollars at work: “Funding for the research was provided by the National Science Foundation, the University of Chicago Hinds Fund, the Paleontological Society, the Palaeontological Association, the American Society of Ichthyologists and Herpetologists, and the Evolving Earth Foundation.”The cannibal in the family tree: National Geographic, always one to overdo the shock and awe (how do they fit so many “Annual Shark Week” events in a year?) decided to introduce the cannibal in our ancestry, Homo gautengensis. If you hadn’t heard of this particular Uncle Harry, or how they knew someone 800,000 years ago liked the taste of human flesh, the story gets a little sketchy the more you get into the fine print. First, you find there’s not enough bone to make a valid reconstruction. There’s not enough bone to know whether it spent time in the trees, to know what it ate, to know whether it talked, or to know how it lived. Then you find there’s dispute among experts whether it was Homo at all, or rather Australopithecus. Then you learn that it doesn’t really matter, because it and Australopithecus sediba, another contender for human ancestor, were contemporaries – casting the evolutionary status of both fossils into doubt. Then you learn that the dating of both of these fossils is also very questionable; no one is certain when they lived. Finally, you learn that the author of the paper about this dude isn’t even sure what he is holding in his hand: “It is up to my colleagues to decide whether they are convinced that a new species is warranted and whether they will use [the designation] in their research.” As for its evolutionary value, he said, “The real significance of the new species is that it shows just how complicated, how bushy, our evolutionary tree was.” So by this time, the reader can judge the scientific value of the caulk holding together a picture of a tree-swinging human ancestor that scraped the brains out of other Homo things for food, as the National Geographic shock-and-awe article opened, into the grand scheme of human evolution. Let’s return to the opening: “There’s a good chance it was a tiny little cannibalistic tree swinger, but the newly identified Homo gautengensis is family, according to a new study. Thought to have used tools—and possibly fire—the creature is the oldest named species in the human genus, Homo, study author Darren Curnoe says.” Wanna bet on it?National Geographic went on to speculate that the Homo gautengensis creature even had rudimentary language. Strangely, the article did not consider how it would be possible for a creature intelligent enough to build fire, use tools, and speak to walk the planet for 795,000 years before ever thinking about inventing a wheel, planting a farm, building a city, riding a horse, or writing his thoughts down – or why in about 3500 B.C. all those things exploded into existence suddenly in the Fertile Crescent, with long-distance trade, mining, manufacturing, and shipping, too. But Darwin didn’t live till the 19th century A.D., and by then, humans had steam locomotives to transport all the caulk anyone could ever need.1. Martin R. Smith & Jean-Bernard Caron, “Primitive soft-bodied cephalopods from the Cambrian,” Nature 465, 469-472 (27 May 2010) | doi:10.1038/nature09068.2. Stefan Bengtson, “Palaeontology: A little Kraken wakes,” Nature 465, 427-428 (27 May 2010) | doi:10.1038/465427a.3. Osi, Butler and Weishampel, “A Late Cretaceous ceratopsian dinosaur from Europe with Asian affinities,” Nature 465, 466-468 (27 May 2010) | doi:10.1038/nature09019.4. Xing Xu, “Biogeography: Horned dinosaurs venture abroad,” Nature 465, 431-432 (27 May 2010) | doi:10.1038/465431a.Do you see how we’ve been scammed? This isn’t science. This is a racket. This is the biggest con job ever pulled off in the name of science. You should see the phylogenetic tree in the squid paper. It’s all dots, with a few tiny dashes representing actual data. The dots are imagination! The chart tries to connect Kimberella, one of the Ediacaran creatures that went extinct, with Nectocaris, and those with squids! Kimberella looks nothing like Nectocaris. It’s all a convoluted story, because Darwin needs connections between things to form a continuous lineage. What if they (in actual fact) had nothing to do with each other? His disciples are playing dot-to-dot games with dots that are far apart and not obviously connected. The connections are in their minds, not in the data. Ditto for the dots in the horned dinosaur chart – it’s mostly dots, not dashes, and the dashes are almost all in contemporary groupings. If anything, the dots, representing ancestral links, are getting farther and farther apart. They exist only in the imagination of Darwinists. The Burgess Shale is an ecological zone of extinct creatures found in the Canadian Rockies, not an evolutionary time period. The data exist in the present, not in the past (pause and think about that). The Burgess Shale fossils were forced into an evolutionary story by evolutionary-minded human beings. What the Darwinists should be reading from the fossil record, as the film Darwin’s Dilemma so powerfully shows, is the abrupt appearance of all the animal phyla without evolutionary precursors. In spite of this strong evidence, the Darwinian story is like a big stage show, with painted sets, fogma machines (05/14/2007) and special effects that trained stage hands operate on cue. Scientists are the actors. They speak their memorized lines with gusto. Data are the props that give the audience the illusion of reality, just like props on a stage. And just like theater, it’s all about a story, not reality. If you want entertainment, you can stay and watch the Darwin Theater of the Absurd, and laugh at how their miracles emerge on cue thanks to the rigging and special effects and industrial light and magic. But if you want reality, you have to step outside,* where design is clearly seen, such that men are without excuse. (Visited 17 times, 1 visits today)FacebookTwitterPinterestSave分享0
South Africa’s Constitution protects the rights of all of us, so well, that it has real benefits in our everyday lives. That was the message at the launch of the second installment of Brand South Africa’s #InspiredByMyConstitution campaign in Johannesburg recently.Actress Letoya Makhene (right), hip-hop artist Gemini Major (left) and filmmaker Imraan Christian have joined hands with Brand South Africa to bring you this year’s #InspiredByMyConstitution Campaign. (Image: Mathiba Molefe)Mathiba MolefeSouth Africa’s Constitution is one of the most progressive and inclusive in the world, but not all South Africans know just how awesome it is.To fix this, Brand South Africa kicked off the second phase of its Constitutional campaign #InspiredByMyConstitution with a media launch at Constitution Hill in Johannesburg on Friday 15 September. The campaign will raise awareness of our Constitution and how it empowers and protects all of us.“This campaign is very much about empowerment,” said Linda Sangaret, Brand South Africa’s chief marketing officer.“We particularly focus on the youth in doing this. Empowering the youth with information, empowering the youth with knowledge in order for them to play their part in building the nation brand.”Today’s media launch was a great success. Coming soon…… #inspiredbymyconstitution @Brand_SA pic.twitter.com/1to1pmDE7P— Sithembile Ntombela (@the_sithe) September 15, 2017The Constitution in everyday life#InspiredByMyConstitution aims to get the youth – and South Africans as a whole – to familiarise themselves with their rights, as laid out in the Constitution’s Bill of Rights. Young people can benefit themselves and the country by taking full advantage of these rights.The campaign will showcase how the Constitution benefits everyone, every day. It is supported by three celebrity social influencers whose lives have been directly affected by the Constitution.Gemini Major is a Malawian-born record producer and singer-songwriter. Imraan Christian is a photographer and filmmaker whose work is deeply rooted in activism, whose rise came about during the #FeesMustFall protests. Letoya Makhene is a well-known actress, singer and TV personality, famous for roles in some of South Africa’s top soap operas, such as Isidingo and Generations.With the help of these celebrities, Brand South Africa hopes to engage with the youth and bring to light the immense potential Constitutional protection offers for personal growth and development.#InspiredByMyConstitution aims to get the youth – and South Africans as a whole – to familiarise themselves with their rights, as laid out in the Constitution’s Bill of Rights.Human rights for all“I came here for family,” Gemini Major, a Malawian national, said at the launch.“After experiencing the whole country, I wanted to stay here in South Africa. I wanted to be here and chase my dreams. Then the xenophobia thing happened and all of that, you know.“I’m just happy that there are actually people who speak for the people affected by xenophobia. Some people are afraid to chase their dreams, just because they’re from a different country.“So being a part of this is something I’m so happy to do. I can speak for other people out there, who can’t speak for themselves.“Showing them that the Constitution actually has your back. South Africa actually has your back. Everyone has human rights – whether you’re from Malawi, Ghana Nigeria, whatever. You know what I mean?Launching #InspiredByMyConstitution with Gemini Major..SA belongs to ALL who live in it. @Brand_SA pic.twitter.com/egvIpH86G8— Ms. Toni Gumede (@Toni_Gumede) September 15, 2017Freedom of expression and gender equalityThe multitalented Letoya Makhene said the Constitution had played a huge role in her career as an entertainer.Being able to express herself to the fullest has allowed her become a household name. Now, as part of the # InspiredByMyConstitution campaign, she hopes to inspire other South Africans to reach for their own dreams.“I was able to go to multiracial schools,” she said at the launch. “I was able to be educated in places where, probably two or three years prior to our new Constitution, black children were not accepted.“My parents could openly take us to take us to school, even though we had dreadlocks! That was my Constitution protecting me. Freedom of expression – and a right to be me …“And so, my Constitution has had my back.“My Constitution, later on, protected me as a woman. It’s difficult to be a woman in a male-dominated society.“So, it has been great to be a woman and be able to have a voice, and to be able to stand up for myself and be able to freely speak and celebrate myself as a woman.”“We wanted to look at the subject matter of our Constitution from the point of view of young people by tapping into pop culture in order to amplify the message in a fun, persuasive, culturally relevant and informative way.” said Linda Sangaret, Brand South Africa’s chief marketing officer.The best Constitution in the world“This campaign comes at a time when youth in South Africa are standing up, taking their issues to the streets, to gain attention and immediate responses from government and society at large,” said Sithembile Ntombela, Brand South Africa’s general manager for marketing.“They are demanding change that will open opportunities for them to improve their socioeconomic status and quality of life.“We wanted to look at the subject matter of our Constitution from the point of view of young people by tapping into pop culture in order to amplify the message in a fun, persuasive, culturally relevant and informative way.”Sangaret added that South Africans should be extremely proud of their Constitution.“According to research, there is a study that was carried out that actually measures the constitutions of different countries, and South Africa has the best constitution in the world,” she explained.“And so South Africans need to know this. That we have raised the bar, we have set an amazing example for other countries, even rich and well-developed countries. Their Constitutions are not rated as highly as ours.”Keep an eye out for the series of web films featuring Gemini Major and Letoya Makhene as well as photographer and filmmaker Imran Christian, to find out how they benefited from our Constitution. Be inspired to take your own steps towards fulfilling your own potential.Would you like to use this article in your publication or on your website? See Using Brand South Africa material.
Police have claimed to have “solved” the triple murder case in Murshidabad district with the arrest of a mason named Utpal Behra.Bandhu Prakash Pal, a 35-year-old schoolteacher, his wife and their child were found dead in their home about a week ago.Superintendent of Police Mukesh Kumar said Behra had deposited money in a savings scheme run by Pal. The latter had refused to give Behra a receipt for a part of the payment he had made. This led to a confrontation for a period of time and finally resulted in the murders, Mr. Kumar said.Political overtonesThe incident had acquired political overtones with the BJP and West Bengal Governor Jagdeep Dhankhar hitting out at the Mamata Banerjee government and the RSS claiming that the teacher was its supporter. The victims’ family, however, insisted that Pal had no political affiliations.Pal collected money from small investors in and around Jiaganj town in Murshidabad. Behra, a man without a steady income, had invested in two schemes. He told interrogators that Pal gave him a receipt for the first scheme but refused to give him one for the other.Weapon recovered“For the last few weeks, Pal and Behra used to quarrel over this. Pal even insulted him, after which Behra decided to kill him,” Mr. Kumar told journalists. The weapon used in the crime has been recovered.
Stronger peso trims PH debt value to P7.9 trillion Milwaukee Bucks forward Giannis Antetokounmpo, left, drives to the basket against Los Angeles Lakers guard Kentavious Caldwell-Pope. APMILWAUKEE — Giannis Antetokounmpo scored 33 points to help Milwaukee overcome Lonzo Ball’s triple-double in the Bucks’ 98-90 win over the Los Angeles Lakers on Saturday (Sunday Manila time).Ball became the youngest player in NBA history to record a triple-double when he had 17 points, 13 assists and 12 rebounds. At 20 years and 15 days, he bested LeBron James by four days to become the youngest to accomplish the feat.ADVERTISEMENT TIP-INSLakers: Coming off a game in which he made just one of seven three-point attempts, Ball began by draining both of his 3-point attempts in the first quarter. … The near-capacity crowd booed Ball nearly every time he touched the ball early in the game. ..G Vander Blue, last year’s D-League MVP, entered the game in the second quarter, seeing action at the Bradley Center for the first time since playing for Marquette University in the 2012-13 season.Bucks: Mirza Teletovic missed a second consecutive game with left knee soreness. Coach Jason Kidd said he doesn’t expect Teletovic to return to practice until Wednesday. .Milwaukee played its third set of back-to-back games this season.ADVERTISEMENT MOST READ Japan ex-PM Nakasone who boosted ties with US dies at 101 Giannis Antetokounmpo powers Bucks in bounce back win over Celtics PLAY LIST 02:29Giannis Antetokounmpo powers Bucks in bounce back win over Celtics00:50Trending Articles01:48NBA: Kawhi, George seek more for Clippers than beating Lakers01:37Protesters burn down Iran consulate in Najaf01:47Panelo casts doubts on Robredo’s drug war ‘discoveries’01:29Police teams find crossbows, bows in HK university01:35Panelo suggests discounted SEA Games tickets for students02:49Robredo: True leaders perform well despite having ‘uninspiring’ boss02:42PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games Typhoon Kammuri accelerates, gains strength en route to PH Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. CPP denies ‘Ka Diego’ arrest caused ‘mass panic’ among S. Tagalog NPA Milwaukee used a 9-2 run at the end of the third quarter to grab a 77-67 lead.The Bucks maintained a double-digit lead throughout most of the fourth. After the Lakers pulled within seven with just over five minutes left, Antetokounmpo threw down a dunk while being fouled. He made the free throw to grow the Bucks’ lead back to 10 points. He followed with a twisting layup on the next possession as the Bucks gained control.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSWATCH: Drones light up sky in final leg of SEA Games torch runSPORTSSEA Games: Philippines picks up 1st win in men’s water poloSPORTSMalditas save PH from shutoutBall had 11 points, 10 assists and six rebounds in the half. He made just three of 12 shots in a loss at Washington on Thursday, but finished 7-for-12 and made 3-of-5 shots from three-point range against the Bucks.Trailing 34-28 in the second quarter, Lakers used a 13-2 run to go up 41-36. The Bucks responded and a late basket by Khris Middleton gave Milwaukee a 51-49 lead at the half. Brace for potentially devastating typhoon approaching PH – NDRRMC Love, Korver lead Cavaliers past Mavericks LATEST STORIES Kammuri turning to super typhoon less likely but possible — Pagasa Read Next John Lloyd Cruz a dashing guest at Vhong Navarro’s wedding QC cops nab robbery gang leader, cohort View comments
Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. DA eyes importing ‘galunggong’ anew Retiring Dallas Mavericks forward Dirk Nowitzki, former Boston star centers Kevin Garnett and Robert Parish and forward Kevin Willis are the only players in NBA history to match Carter’s 21 league seasons.Carter revealed his plans on his “Winging It” podcast, saying, “I’m coming back.”FEATURED STORIESSPORTSPrivate companies step in to help SEA Games hostingSPORTSPalace wants Cayetano’s PHISGOC Foundation probed over corruption chargesSPORTSSingapore latest to raise issue on SEA Games food, logisticsBut when asked if his return would be with the Hawks, who signed him to a one-season deal last August for $2.4 million, Carter was less certain, saying only: “I would like to. We’ll see what happens.”Carter averaged 7.7 points, 2.6 rebounds and 1.1 assists over 17.5 minutes a game in 76 appearances for the Hawks, who went 29-53, 12 games behind Detroit for the final Eastern Conference playoff berth. Since then, Carter has traveled around the league, making stops in Phoenix, Dallas, Memphis, Sacramento and last season in Atlanta.Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next SEA Games hosting troubles anger Duterte 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 Private companies step in to help SEA Games hosting Vince Carter #15 of the Atlanta Hawks reacts after hitting a three-point basket against the Memphis Grizzlies in the first half at State Farm Arena on March 13, 2019 in Atlanta, Georgia. Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images/AFPVince Carter says he will return next season for a record 22nd NBA campaign at age 42, although it might not be with his current club, the Atlanta Hawks.Once among the NBA’s elite players, eight-time NBA All-Star swingman Carter will find himself alone in NBA endurance if he can sign a contract for another season.ADVERTISEMENT Duterte wants probe of SEA Games mess Panelo: Duterte ‘angry’ with SEA Games hosting hassles Philippine Arena Interchange inaugurated Iker Casillas ‘out of danger’ after suffering heart attack during training Cayetano: Senate, Drilon to be blamed for SEA Games mess MOST READ Carter cracked the 25,000 career point mark, placing himself among the league’s all-time top 20 scorers.The fifth overall pick in the 1998 NBA Draft by Golden State, he was traded to Toronto for pal Antawn Jamison.He was named the 1999 NBA Rookie of the Year and won the 2000 NBA Slam Dunk Contest, his high leaping acrobatic slam dunks earning him such nicknames as “Air Canada” and “Vinsanity” while helping the Raptors to their first playoff berth in 2000 and first post-season series win in 2001.Carter, who played for the US gold medal 2000 Olympic squad of NBA stars, was traded to New Jersey in 2004 and spent five seasons there before being traded to Orlando.He helped the Magic reach the 2010 Eastern Conference finals, his deepest career playoff run.ADVERTISEMENT Hontiveros presses for security audit of national power grid LATEST STORIES View comments
While you’re here, we’d like you to consider subscribing to Pistols Firing and becoming a PFB+ member. It’s a big ask from us to you, but it also comes with a load of benefits like ad-free browsing (ads stink!), access to our premium room in The Chamber and monthly giveaways.The other thing it does is help stabilize our business into the future. As it turns out, sending folks on the road to cover games and provide 24/7 Pokes coverage like the excellent article you just read costs money. Because of our subscribers, we’ve been able to improve our work and provide the best OSU news and community anywhere online. Help us keep that up. Nobody ever thought OSU was going to lose either of its first two games against the Central bros (Arkansas and Michigan). But nobody thought Auburn was going to go to overtime against Jacksonville State and Washington State was going to lose to Portland State either.So while the outcomes of the first two games have been somewhat underwhelming, there’s still a silver lining.“We talk about it each week,” said Gundy last week. “For years we’ve had discussions about the parity in college football. It continues to grow each year. As the NCAA becomes more involved … it just continues to grow.”AdChoices广告It’s true. I thought of this as I watched Jacksonville State-Auburn on Saturday afternoon, internally hoping this would be the only “FCS puts a scare into land grant, agricultural school that isn’t the best program in its own state” game of the day.Turns out, it was.And despite all the weeping and gnashing of teeth, Oklahoma State is one of just 48 teams sporting a 2-0 record heading into the third week of the season.“We started out slow, but we got the ball rolling and we got the W,” said David Glidden on Saturday. “Coach Gundy said that we’re 2-0 and there are a lot of teams that aren’t like that, they don’t have that benefit of going into that next game undefeated. There are a lot of improvements to make, but we’ll move on and get things corrected.”