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Holmdel girls have built solid, winning x-c program

Posted in jnroxoco on May 31st, 2020

first_img Holmdel Before the first meet of the fall, Holmdel High School’s girls cross country team held a meeting to discuss the goals for the season. The Hornets placed fourth in last season’s NJSIAA Group II championship meet, barely missing a chance to compete in the NJSIAA Meet of Champions. This time around, they expect to be there.“We missed the Meet of Champions by one place. We want it this year,” head coach Kaci Redding said. “This is a group that any coach would want to have. That is what the program is about. The girls want to keep the tradition going.”The Holmdel cross country program is steadily improving, and the progress became evident last year when the team advanced deep into the state championship races and won the Central Jersey Group II state sectional title. With the program’s recent success, Redding is carefully selecting the team’s participants in each race. Holmdel’s goal is clear, and Redding wants to avoid wearing out the runners before the Monmouth County and Shore Conference championship meets.“We’re trying to be smart early on so we can be at our best at those meets. It is tough to stay rested with divisional meets on Tuesdays and races on Saturdays,” Redding said.Most of Holmdel’s top runners did not take part in last weekend’s Six Flags Wild Safari Invitational in Jackson. Holmdel freshmen and sophomores had the opportunity to gain valuable experience in the competitive meet.“I decided not to run some of our top girls. We have been racing a lot, and I wanted to give some of the older girls time to train,” said Redding, who is Holmdel’s head coach for the fifth season. “It gave some junior varsity runners a chance to run in the varsity race, and some freshmen were able to compete in the junior varsity race.” Sophomore Irene Garidas ran well in the varsity race, giving her more confidence going forward, Redding added. Freshman Gypsy Blue Cooper finished 14th overall in the junior varsity race and has consistently finished in the top seven this season.Those types of performances are not uncommon for the Hornets these days, despite having a young team with only four seniors. Holmdel’s depth, an attribute that gives the school a formidable junior varsity squad, has made the difference so far.“It is very telling when you have freshmen and sophomores in your top seven, and I think they will get better and better this season,” Redding said, adding that the upper classmen “helped build the program into what it is now.”Seniors Katie Little, Sara Mansuri, Alexa Grajo and Alyson Eng bring senior leadership to the cross country squad. Lennon Cooper, who won the Junior race at Thompson Park in Jamesburg with a time of 19:28 earlier this year, emerged last season as one of the best runners in the state last year. She qualified individually for the MOC by finishing eighth at the Group II state championship meet. She was 53rd at the MOC.“I’m really happy with where they are this early in the season. The competition is tough, but we have the talent to be the top team in the county. We’re definitely looking to be in the top three at the Monmouth County meet [Oct. 18 at Holmdel Park],” Redding said.As for the elusive Meet of Champions, Holmdel is confident that it can build on what it accomplished last season. Most of the same pieces are in place this fall, giving the Hornets little reason to doubt they will get their chance.“For the past few years, we have really built the program. Winning the state sectional two years in a row would be something special,” Redding said. BY MATTHEW ROCCO Correspondent last_img read more

Vishnu Persaud victimised for being a professional

Posted in jnroxoco on January 14th, 2020

first_imgDear Editor,It is not surprising that Vishnu Persaud is now collateral damage of the APNU- managed GECOM, resulting in him being sidelined for a favoured, publicly-known APNU supporter as the new deputy CEO of GECOM.The Chairman of GECOM and its Government commissioners are making a mess of their responses to the appointment of the new DECO, leaving members of the public without any factual information. I wonder if this is by accident or design. However, it also points to the poor public relations emanating from the Commission, another position which was favoured by the new Chairman. The Commission’s public relations is weak, and more aspersions will be cast upon an organisation which is supposed to be impartial.But, in retrospect, the way in which the Chairman was appointed by Government is indicative of its ‘we don’t care’ position, and only the Government’s choices are considered. So this trend in which Vishnu Persaud is a victim began since the current Government took office, and has resulted in numerous sackings of professionals.Where are the Ethnic Relations Commission, the Human Rights Commission, the Indian Action Committee, etc; or even Freddie Kissoon — someone who always claims to stand against injustice and say it as it is without fear or favour. I therefore call on Mr. Kissoon’s pen and his knowledge of Guyana’s political history to let all Guyanese know where we are, and where we are heading as a nation politically.Editor, as a Guyanese, I am saddened at where my country is heading. From all the articles I read online and the newspapers, I can positively conclude that Vishnu Persaud is a professional at what he does, even though aspersions are being cast on his reputation by none other than the Chairman of GECOM and Commissioner Vincent Alexander, who did not object to his earlier appointment.It is clear now more than ever that this Government will continue to do as it pleases without a worry about transparency, and there will be complete disregard of what is best for Guyana and the interest of all our peoples. We all need to stand up and muzzle this monster of racial discrimination within the APNU government, and by extension GECOM.I deliberately omitted AFC, which is now a mere toothless poodle witnessing the onslaught of professional public servants.I urge all Guyanese to see beyond the politics and see ourselves as our brothers’ keepers, and focus on moving Guyana forward, rather than be subjected to racial and political profiling, which will keep Guyana labelled as a Third World country.With regards,Christine Cadogan(Mrs)last_img read more

BBCI hosts annual Christmas tree light up

Posted in jnroxoco on January 13th, 2020

first_imgThe BBCI Christmas tree all aglowThe Berbice Bridge Company Inc on Thursday hosted its annual Christmas tree lighting up and invited children from nearby communities, along with staff and their families.The BBCI commenced commercial operations on 24 December 2008, and started an internal Christmas tree lighting up from 2009 until 2012 with its employees only. However in 2013 the company hosted a grand Christmas tree lighting. The public was invited and toys were distributed. The company then decided to incorporate the grand Christmas tree lighting up in its calendar of activities.During this year’s lighting up Chief Executive Officer Omadat Samaroo gave a brief history of Christmas Tree lighting up which is an annual commemoration of the birth of Jesus Christ and Christmas is a widely observed holiday, celebrated on 25 December by billions of people around the world. Christmas is a time for giving and reaching out to family, friends, and others in need which is a priority for BBCI.He reminded that the Berbice River Bridge was commissioned on December 23, 2008, by the former President Bharrat Jagdeo. On that day all categories ofEmployees and special guests at the Christmas tree celebrationvehicles were allowed to transit the Bridge free of charge for 24 hours.He expressed gratitude to the attendees and extended best wishes for the Christmas Season.During the course of the event the children and invitees were given ice cream, a toy and a party bag. Three senior citizens from the Rosignol/D’ Edward area were given hampers. At the end of the official ceremony, everyone proceeded to the lawns where they witnessed the lighting up of the Christmas tree.In the past the company sponsored many events that benefited the communities both on the eastern and western ends of the Berbice River Bridge.For this year the company has so far received 83 public relation requests and managed to approve 70.last_img read more

Striking writers say they want a revolution

Posted in jnroxoco on December 29th, 2019
first_imgEight months ago, in a contemplative moment, Patric M. Verrone, president of the Writers Guild of America, west, sketched out what could have been a script for the collision that wrecked talks between Hollywood’s producers and striking writers on Friday. During an interview in his office here, Verrone described the looming negotiations with employers as a confrontation much grander than a simple fight over pay formulas. This battle would be about respect. Writers, he said, were looking to restore a sense of leverage and status that had been lost as ever-larger corporations took control of the entertainment business. He described Hollywood as teetering on the brink of a dark age, as far as creative types were concerned. “I think if they could do this business without us, they would, and so making our task as mechanical and simple and low-paying and unartistic as possible,” Verrone said. The solution, he added, was to squeeze the corporations that own the studios, in an effort to represent the legion of writers on reality and animated shows that the guild had not organized through sign-up drives. AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREWhicker: Clemson demonstrates that it’s tough to knock out the champ“There are things we can ask for in bargaining that will allow you to reach up to the mother ship and then back down into the nonunion company,” he said. On Friday night, five weeks into a strike that now promises to drag on well into the new year, seriously complicating plans for this television season and the next and opening the door to a tube filled with reality shows and other substitutes, it suddenly became clear to all involved that Verrone and the other guild leaders were serious about their writers’ revolution. After days of haggling over complicated formulas for Internet pay, the latest round of talks blew up over the deeper issues that had been buried inside the writers’ contract proposals. Accusing guild leaders of pursuing “an ideological mission far removed from the interests of their members,” representatives of the Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers expressed outrage over continuing demands of the writers that were not strictly related to pay. These include requests for jurisdiction over those who write for reality TV shows and animated movies; for oversight of the fair-market value of intracompany transactions that might affect writer pay; and the elimination of a no-strike clause that prevents guild members from honoring the picket lines of other unions once a contract is reached. The tone of shock in the producers’ statement seemed a bit artificial, as Verrone has for months laid out his plan to elevate the writers’ industry status. Yet their anger is genuine. Executives know that to concede the writers’ noneconomic demands would lead to a radical shift in industry power. Only a death wish, for instance, would prod companies to let one union walk out in support of another, particularly on the eve of negotiations with both the Directors Guild of America and the Screen Actors Guild, whose contracts expire in June. “It’s kind of like saying `Oh, while we’re in the middle of this knife fight, I demand the right to have a gun next time,’ a comment on a screenwriters’ blog, The Artful Writer, said. Similarly, company negotiators know that to grant jurisdiction over workers not currently represented by the guild would bring them up against legal questions – can they impose union membership on a unit whose members have not signed up? And it would lead to a collision with other unions. That matter provoked a blast on Friday night. Thomas C. Short, president of the International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees, which already represents some reality and animation writers, compared the Writers Guild leadership to “a huge clown car that’s only missing the hats and horns.” As the strike drags on, it appears increasingly likely that the television business, which is more sensitive than the movie industry to short-term dislocations, may be in for some deep changes. One possibility is that networks will use the walkout as an opportunity to end their costly practice of presenting new programs to prospective advertisers in an elaborate spring road show known as the upfronts. Instead, they might opt for simple visits to the main advertising agencies. Networks could also use the strike to end a television development cycle that has them all chasing the same stars at the same time for fall programs that make their debuts en masse. Instead, they might develop new offerings throughout the year. More narrowly, Friday night’s breakdown marked the failure of an effort by the companies to reboot the talks as a more tightly focused negotiation, despite earlier bad blood. The companies’ strategy, more or less, had tried to close a gap on issues related to electronic delivery of movies and television shows, holding back a sweetened offer for Internet downloads as a closer that would be added at the last minute, giving Verrone something on which to claim victory. For that to work, however, Verrone and his colleagues would have had to abandon the quest for not just a bigger share, but a bigger place in the business. In a Sunday interview, Verrone said nothing was nonnegotiable. Union leaders, he said, were thinking “we were in a negotiation, where they would talk about these things.” And anyone who thought that they would simply surrender just was not listening.160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. 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Apple to intercede in Chinese defamation suit

Posted in jnroxoco on December 27th, 2019

first_imgSHANGHAI, China – Apple Computer Inc. said Wednesday it was working to resolve a dispute over alleged labor abuses by an iPod manufacturer in China. Hongfujin Precision Industry Co., a major exporter owned by a Taiwanese company, filed a defamation lawsuit against two journalists at the state-run newspaper China Business News over stories alleging that workers on iPod assembly lines worked under harsh conditions for low pay. The dispute highlights challenges big companies face in living up to their codes of conduct while outsourcing most of their production. It also reflects the pressures Chinese journalists confront in doing their jobs. According to local media reports, the Shenzhen Intermediate Court, in the southern export hub of Shenzhen, accepted the case on July 10 and froze the personal assets of the two journalists, Wang You and editor Weng Bao, of the Shanghai-based paper. Court officials in Shenzhen refused comment Wednesday. AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREWhy these photogenic dumplings are popping up in Los AngelesChinese media and a journalists’ advocacy group, Reporters Without Borders, have criticized the move and urged Apple, which has vowed to ensure fair treatment of workers at its suppliers, to intercede. “Apple is working behind the scenes to help resolve this issue,” an Apple spokesman, Jill Tan, said Wednesday. She could not comment further. Apple’s iconic iPod players are made outside the United States, mainly in China. The Cupertino-based company has sold more than 50 million iPods since the product debuted in 2001. Reporters Without Borders sent an open letter to Apple’s chief executive, Steve Jobs, urging him to persuade Hongfujin’s parent company, Taiwan-based Foxconn Technology Group, to drop its case against the journalists. “We believe that all Wang and Weng did was to report the facts and we condemn Foxconn’s reaction,” said the letter, signed by Robert Menard, secretary-general of the group. Foxconn has denied the allegations of labor abuses, although Apple issued a report earlier this month acknowledging some violations of its corporate code of conduct. Staff who answered the phone at Hongfujin’s office Wednesday in Shenzhen refused to take any media inquiries. The allegations against the iPod maker originally surfaced in a report in June by a British newspaper, the Mail on Sunday. It alleged that workers at the factory were paid as little as $50 a month to work 15-hour shifts making the devices. Apple responded by promising to immediately investigate conditions at the factory. It issued a report earlier this month saying th at it found some violations of its stringent code of conduct but no serious labor abuses. It pledged to immediately redress some problems with overtime, employee accommodations and administrative issues. The company discounted allegations of forced overtime, noting that a chief complaint among workers was a shortage of overtime in slack periods.160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!last_img read more

Street festival to draw artists

Posted in jnroxoco on December 27th, 2019

first_img AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREThe joys and headaches of holiday travel: John PhillipsBarring rain, about 60 street painters will create luminous paintings large and small on an asphalt lot, while a rotation of zydeco, Irish, Hawaiian and reggae bands will share the stage with Filipino, Andes, Polynesian and Irish dancers. Last year’s skateboard demonstrations were ditched, as were the youth bands, in part due to noise complaints. “The rest of the event is a family event and they were not complementary,” said Phil Lantis, the city’s arts and events administrator. Instead, teen bands play at the Activity Center the third Friday of the month. However, new activities have been added. An interactive art zone expanded from last year’s will feature mask making for children, an all-day family film festival featuring shorts, a temporary tattoo station operated by the Boys & Girls Club and an instrument “petting zoo” courtesy of the Santa Clarita Symphony. The Santa Clarita Artists’ Association will operate a booth featuring a silk painting artist Saturday and Halloween-theme projects for kids both days. NEWHALL – The block party may cover a few less blocks this year, but organizers of the city’s Street Art Festival say it will be no less colorful. By trimming the festival’s configuration from five blocks to four, they shortened the trek for tiny feet and tightened up the arts theme, officials say. “Last year we kind of broke out of the art focus (by having) a carnival section,” said Jenni Shadle, the city’s arts and events coordinator overseeing the festival. “This year we’ve made it very arts-focused, with pastel painting, dance, music, symphony, film – there’s a lot more art.” The two-day event, held in downtown Newhall for the second year, is loosely modeled on the Bella Via festival that was held in Valencia but ceased in 2002. Some local merchants are disappointed in what they see as the fair’s downsizing. “I like the idea of a street art festival that brings old people and new people to downtown Newhall, but I’m a little disappointed that the whole street is not shut down for the festival,” said Diane Vradenburg, manager of Newhall Hardware. Lantis said the smaller footprint minimizes the event’s cost to the city. Last year’s outlay of $140,000 was cut in half this year – to $70,000 – but he said first-year events cost more to launch and come with a learning curve. He stressed that the festival’s quality has not been sacrificed. “Shutting down that smaller area minimizes the cost, so we can put more money into performers and artists,” he said. The number of music groups is about the same, but the dance groups are new. Fewer pastel artists are participating this year than last – when 80 showed up – but Lantis attributes this to some favoring a street painting festival in San Diego. The festival will be held from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. Saturday and Sunday. It is bounded by Fifth and Market streets, and Railroad and Newhall avenues. San Fernando Road will be shut down from Market to Fifth streets. Food booths will be operated by the city’s two business associations. For more information, visit the city’s Web site at www.streetartfest.com. judy.orourke@dailynews.com (661) 257-5255160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!last_img read more

‘I will get a tattoo on my ****’ – Leeds striker Tyler Roberts calls out fan

Posted in jnroxoco on December 25th, 2019

first_imgLooking forward to seeing that tattoo @DanielB466! 🤣🤣🤣 pic.twitter.com/aA0mwVRbwd— Leeds United (@LUFC) February 11, 2019 goalless LATEST EFL NEWS Strugglers Wigan hold Blackburn to goalless draw in Championship A Leeds United fan has confirmed he will get a tattoo of Tyler Robert’s face after the striker responded to his embarrassing Tweet.Whites fan Dan Berry promised to get an image of Roberts eating a magnum inked on his backside if his side scored against Middlesbrough on Saturday. GREAT NEWS stalemate Bannan penalty helps Sheffield Wednesday strengthen grip on play-off place EFL result REPLY Hull defender MacDonald given all-clear after battle with bowel cancer Leeds lose at Fulham, West Brom held, Charlton’s winless run continues ROUND-UP Cardiff and Preston play out stalemate in Championship early kick-off Mr Berry replied: “Has to be done now. I’ll never doubt us again Tyler.”The game was filled with drama as teenage winger Jack Clarke had to be taken to hospital after falling ill on the substitutes bench.Although he was discharged from hospital, the club have confirmed Clarke will not train for the rest of the week. Berahino hits back at b******t Johnson criticism – ‘I was in a dark place at Stoke’ 1 CONFUSION Clarke has called the fan out on Twitter He tweeted: “If Leeds score in this game I’ll get Tyler Roberts eating a magnum tattooed on my a**e. Isn’t happening.”Marcelo Bielsa’s side had 69% possession during the game and managed 17 attempts on the Boro goal.However, it was Tony Pulis’ men who struck first through Lewis Wing, leaving an exasperated Berry to send out his Tweet.But after Kalvin Phillips’ dramatic equaliser in the 101st minute, Roberts replied to the Tweet whilst eating a Magnum with the caption: “Never doubt us.” Macclesfield set for further EFL sanctions after Plymouth match is called off last_img read more

Liverpool fans laugh at England supporters for ‘pathetic’ booing of Van Dijk

Posted in jnroxoco on December 25th, 2019

first_imgLiverpool’s talismanic centre-back Virgil van Dijk was booed by England fans during their UEFA Nations League semi-final against the Netherlands on Thursday night.The Dutch defender came in for stick from the Three Lions’ support, seemingly for no other reason than the fact he plays for Liverpool. Getty England fans are literally booing Van Dijk (presumably because he’s a Liverpool player) yet they expect Liverpool fans to support England? 😂Idiots— Josh (@KloppStyle) June 6, 2019 Virgil van Dijk was booed while playing for his country The biggest market value losers in 2019, including Bale and ex-Liverpool star England fans booing van Dijk playing for Holland 😂😂😂 It’s becoming ridiculous how massive we are— Mikey O’Brien (@MikeyO_BrienLFC) June 6, 2019 The way they’re booing Van Dijk it’s embarrassing 😂😂😂😂— Jack (@jackray_03) June 6, 2019 He recently lifted the Champions League trophy shining Liverpool update ‘Champions Wall’ after ending 2019 as European and world champions BIG PRESENTS UP TOP targets England fans booing Van Dijk, and then wonder why Liverpool fans want to be associated with them lmao— Paddy (@TheNotoriousPGM) June 6, 2019 Fans booing Van Dijk are pathetic 😂😂😂 laughed at his price tag and are now jealous. MY centre back 💉 pic.twitter.com/yqdm0RCeM2— Kiran Patel (@kiranpatel_99) June 6, 2019 Boxing Day fixtures: All nine Premier League games live on talkSPORT latest Premier League Team of the Season so far, including Liverpool and Leicester stars The average first-team salaries at every Premier League club in 2019 REVEALED No way are they booing van dijk hahahah we are the champions champions of Europe— Iz Devine (@lfcisabelle) June 6, 2019 huge blow Video Player is loading.Play VideoPlayMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 2:45Loaded: 6.00%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -2:45 Playback Rate1xChaptersChaptersDescriptionsdescriptions off, selectedCaptionscaptions settings, opens captions settings dialogcaptions off, selectedAudio Tracken (Main), selectedFullscreenThis is a modal window.Beginning of dialog window. Escape will cancel and close the window.TextColorWhiteBlackRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentTransparentWindowColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyTransparentSemi-TransparentOpaqueFont Size50%75%100%125%150%175%200%300%400%Text Edge StyleNoneRaisedDepressedUniformDropshadowFont FamilyProportional Sans-SerifMonospace Sans-SerifProportional SerifMonospace SerifCasualScriptSmall CapsReset restore all settings to the default valuesDoneClose Modal DialogEnd of dialog window.Close Modal DialogThis is a modal window. This modal can be closed by pressing the Escape key or activating the close button.PlayMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 0:00Loaded: 0%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -0:00 Playback Rate1xFullscreen 2 What every Premier League club’s fans dream of this Christmas ready? TROPHY Andy Goldstein isn’t happy with Gareth Southgate after England’s loss Jurgen Klopp’s men came up just short in the Premier League title race this season, being pipped to the post by Manchester City.However, Liverpool beat Tottenham 2-0 on Saturday to win the Champions League and so have ended 2018/19 on a high.As a result, the sound of rival fans booing one of their star men far from infuriated the Reds fans, and instead gave them a chance to boast on social media.You can read a round-up of the reaction below. Atletico handed huge boost for Liverpool tie with Diego Costa returning from injury revealed Liverpool news live: Klopp reveals when Minamino will play and issues injury update Embarrassing. https://t.co/6g4wjHllk3— Gary Lineker (@GaryLineker) June 6, 2019 Latest Liverpool News 2 England fans booing Van Dijk just because he is a Liverpool player. Scouse not English.— Utkarsh Joshi (@UtkarshJos) June 6, 2019 Getty gameday cracker Oxlade-Chamberlain suffers another setback as Klopp confirms serious injury Where every Premier League club needs to strengthen in January Van Dijk getting booed by the same people who will call scousers cringey for not supporting england 🤣 love nothing more than him to score a last minute winner— corker (@dc1982LFC) June 6, 2019last_img read more

Unstated food ingredients ‘against law’

Posted in jnroxoco on December 18th, 2019

first_img4 March 2013Failure to disclose the ingredients contained in food products constitutes a breach of the Consumer Protection Act (CPA), the National Consumer Commission (NCC) said on Friday.The commission is studying a report which claims that undeclared meat was found in some South African meat products.“Consumers have every right to be informed of the ingredients contained in food products so that they may make informed choices. Failure to do so by any party in the supply chain would constitute a breach of the CPA,” NCC acting commissioner Ebrahim Mohamed in an interview on radio station SAfm.Last week, it was reported that research conducted by a study group at the University of Stellenbosch found the presence of donkey, water buffalo, goat and other undisclosed meat products in certain processed foods available at retail stores in South Africa.Following this, Trade and Industry Minister Rob Davies asked the NCC to urgently investigate the matter of meat labelling in the country.Mohamed said it was imperative that whatever was put out for human consumption complied with the labelling and disclosure requirements of the CPA.In terms of the CPA, each and every person or supplier within the value chain has a responsibility to ensure that they do not knowingly apply to any goods a trade description that is likely to mislead the consumer.“I would need to read the report by the Stellenbosch group. We may need to check for ourselves whether that is sufficient in terms of what is required for the investigation. We may have to have some tests conducted ourselves to satisfy ourselves,” he said in the radio interview.If indeed there has a breach of law, the commission can adopt an approach that gives a compliance element where it gives companies limited time to comply with the necessary sections of the Act.“Failure to do that could result in the issuing of a compliance notice to compel anyone in the supply chain to comply with the law. If there is non-compliance with the order, the commission can refer the matter to the Consumer Tribunal for a penalty,” the acting commissioner said.The NCC, which is an agency of the Department of Trade and Industry, is charged with enforcing functions assigned to it in terms of the CPA, which aims to establish national norms and standards relating to consumer protection, as well as provide for improved standards of consumer information in the country.Source: SAnews.gov.zalast_img read more

The best highlight video of the Baylor game

Posted in jnroxoco on November 16th, 2019

first_imgThis, my friends, is awesome.Great work by the guys who brought you Homecoming & Hoops in GIA. Hope they get to do more of these in the future.If you’re looking for the comments section, it has moved to our forum, The Chamber. You can go there to comment and holler about these articles, specifically in these threads. You can register for a free account right here and will need one to comment.If you’re wondering why we decided to do this, we wrote about that here. Thank you and cheers!last_img read more