Create a reflective emblem or badge using the latest R16 features in Cinema 4D.The latest Cinema 4D R16 update is scheduled to be released within the next few weeks. This is a major update to Cinema, so we’ve got new video tutorials lined up to get you up to speed with several of the new features!Curious what’s included in this new update of C4D? Check out our previous post: 14 New Cinema 4D R16 Feature You Should KnowIn this tutorial we’ll show you how to create a reflective badge in Cinema 4D – great for company or sports logo designs. This tutorial will utilize a few of the new features included in version 16, including the bevel deformer and reflectance editor. You can still create these effects in earlier versions, but will require extra finesse. Fundamentals covered include:Working with Illustrator and Cinema 4DBevel DeformerReflection ToolsBoole EffectWe’ll update this tutorial with a corresponding project file when R16 is available to the public. You can download the font we use (Langdon) by checking out XLIntelecom’s website.If you have any questions regarding this tutorial or any new features in R16 please feel free to ask in the comments below. If you want to learn more about Cinema 4D and get some free project files check out our the Cinema 4D section of the PremiumBeat blog.Have any questions regarding this tutorial? Are you excited about R16? Share in the comments below.
Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis on Friday said that the government is ready to refer the matter of Muslim reservation to the State Backward Class Commission (SBCC).The Congress however, said that the government should instead act on the Rehman committee report on the backwardness of Muslims, based on which the 5% quota was extended in 2014.“There are backward castes among Muslims as some retained their caste while converting from Hinduism. About 52 Muslim backward castes are given reservation at present. Those who feel there are more castes which need it can approach the SBCC for a survey. SBCC recommendations will be binding on the government,” Mr. Fadnavis said.Congress MLA Naseem Khan said that the Bombay High Court had not stayed Muslim reservation in education and the ordinance lapsed since the present government did not bring a Bill in the Assembly. “We don’t want any conflict with OBCs or other castes, so there is no need to go to the commission. Instead, Muslims can be given reservation in a separate socially, economically and educationally backward class category,” he saidMr. Fadnavis said there was no need for a special session to discuss Dhangar and Muslim reservation. “The Tata Institute of Social Sciences report is being studied by the Cabinet sub-committee. The ATR will be tabled in the next session. Recommendations will be sent to the Centre.” Maratha reservationReplying to the Opposition’s demand to withdraw cases against protesters in the Maratha agitation and extend support to those who died, Mr. Fadnavis said he would meet with leaders of all parties to find out how to provide aid to the families of those who had committed suicide during the Maratha agitation. “We shouldn’t send the message that suicide is an option to get issues addressed. When Kakasaheb Shinde announced that he would take Jal Samadhi, the police should have saved him. Unfortunately that didn’t happen,” he said.A total of 543 cases were filed against Maratha youth during the protests, of which 66 were withdrawn. Mr. Fadnavis said, 46 were serious and cannot be withdrawn. A final decision has been made to withdraw 65 cases and for 314 the process has begun.In the Koregaon-Bhima violence, 655 cases were filed, of which 63 have been withdrawn. The process of 159 cases is in progress and 275 are in the charge sheet stage after which they will be withdrawn.
Kammuri turning to super typhoon less likely but possible — Pagasa Chung saved four break points in a fourth game of the second set lasting 12 minutes, holding for 2-2. But Nadal accelerated after that and served out the victory on his second match point.Nadal, who is tied for a record 30 Masters titles with Djokovic, has never won the tournament in Paris. He will next face Pablo Cuevas of Uruguay, who beat 15th-seeded Albert Ramos-Vinolas of Spain 6-7 (5), 7-6 (1), 6-2.Third-seeded Marin Cilic won 6-4, 6-3 against Borna Coric in an all-Croatian match.Cilic, who had 13 aces, will next play 14th-seeded Roberto Bautista Agut of Spain. He eased past Frenchman Jeremy Chardy 6-4, 6-1.No. 4 Alexander Zverev lost to Robin Haase 3-6, 6-2, 6-2, and No. 9 John Isner beat Diego Schwartzman 7-6 (2), 6-7 (11), 6-3.Haase next plays No. 13 Juan Martin del Potro, who eased past Joao Sousa of Portugal 6-2, 6-2. The big-serving Argentine needs to win in Paris to have a chance of reaching the Finals in London.Isner, who lost last year’s final to Murray, faces No. 6 Grigor Dimitrov. He beat Richard Gasquet 6-4, 6-4.Frenchman Lucas Pouille kept alive his slim chances of qualifying for London with a 6-3, 6-4 win against Feliciano Lopez, but No. 12 Kevin Anderson’s chances took a blow after a 5-7, 6-4, 7-5 loss to Fernando Verdasco.No. 11 Jo-Wilfried Tsonga’s bid to reach London is over following a 2-6, 7-6 (4), 6-2 loss to Julien Benneteau in an all-French match.Benneteau plays No. 7 David Goffin of Belgium, who won 6-2, 2-6, 6-3 against Adrian Mannarino.Also, No. 16 Jack Sock of the United States had 14 aces in a 4-6, 7-6 (4), 7-6 (5) win against Kyle Edmund and faces Pouille in Thursday’s third round. Nadal is also the oldest year-ending No. 1, testimony to his relentless determination.“It’s about the passion for what you are doing. It’s about the mentality of waking up every morning with the right motivation to go on court and improve something. That’s the winning mentality, no?” he replied, when asked what drives him. “The passion to improve something and practice every day with the right attitude to try to make that happen … not everybody is able to do it.”The only downside this season has been always losing to Federer, who leads the ATP Tour with seven titles.Federer has beaten Nadal four consecutive times — not dropping a set in three of them — and the 19-time Grand Slam champion was in outside contention for the No. 1 ranking before pulling out of Paris to focus on the season-ending ATP Finals in London next week.The 21-year-old Chung broke Nadal in the ninth game of the first set and held for 5-5. 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(AP Photo/Francois Mori)PARIS — Rafael Nadal will finish the year as the top-ranked player for the fourth time, surprising even the fiercest of competitors after a wrist injury and a lack of form severely dented his steely confidence.The 31-year-old Spaniard assured himself the No. 1 ranking by beating Hyeon Chung 7-5, 6-3 Wednesday in the second round of the Paris Masters.ADVERTISEMENT Typhoon Kammuri accelerates, gains strength en route to PH Trending Articles PLAY LIST 00:50Trending Articles01:30PNP officials inspect Cubao bus terminals ahead of Undas03:38Magalong slams ‘selective’ PNP ranks cleansing01:37Protesters 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 John Lloyd Cruz a dashing guest at Vhong Navarro’s wedding Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Stronger peso trims PH debt value to P7.9 trillion Read Next The 16-time Grand Slam winner had not finished the year at the top since 2013, with Novak Djokovic and Andy Murray doing so after that.“One year ago, for sure I never dreamed about being No. 1 again at the end of the season,” said Nadal, who missed large parts of 2016 because of a troublesome wrist. “It has been an amazing year.”Nadal’s comeback has been truly remarkable, even by his lofty standards.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 shutoutHe reached three Grand Slam finals this year, losing to Roger Federer at the Australian Open and winning a 10th French Open title before clinching the U.S. Open for the third time.“It was impossible for me to think about (being No. 1) coming back from a tough period without playing, and with so many injuries in the last couple of years,” said Nadal, who also finished as No. 1 in ’08 and ’10. “It means a lot. 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England lost six wickets to collapse to 302 all out as Australia roared back in the first Ashes Test on day two at the Gabba today.The tourists were building their first innings in an 83- run partnership between Dawid Malan and Moeen Ali before Malan’s dismissal triggered a clatter of wickets before lunch.Joe Root’s team tumbled from 246 for four to be all out as Australia seized the upper hand following an attritional opening day.Fast bowlers Mitchell Starc and Pat Cummins each took three wickets and spinner Nathan Lyon two to bundle out the tourists with six wickets for 56.Malan, the Middlesex left-hander, hit 11 fours in his third Test fifty before he top-edged a Mitchell Starc lifter and was caught by Shaun Marsh at deep square leg for 56.Seven balls later, in the 104th over, off-spinner Lyon removed all-rounder Moeen Ali leg before wicket for 38, with the dismissal confirmed on review.Lyon, who was threatening with his drift and turn, struck again with the first ball of his next over, bowling Chris Woakes for a duck.Wicketkeeper Jonny Bairstow followed shortly afterwards for nine, as he attempted to pull Pat Cummins only to dolly to gloveman Tim Paine for his first catch on his Test return after seven years in the wilderness.Jake Ball smacked three fours before he was snapped up by a diving David Warner at leg slip off Starc for 14, and Stuart Broad was dropped by Marsh before he went for 20 to an outfield catch by Peter Handscomb.Starc finished with three for 77, Cummins took three for 85 and Lyon two for 78.Malan had looked in command before his false shot to a Starc lifter and batted for 130 balls in his first Ashes Test, hitting some impressive boundaries. November 24, 2017 Published on RELATED Australia’s David Warner dives unsuccessfully to take a catch hit by England’s Jonny Bairstow during the second day of the first Ashes cricket test match. – Reuters cricket Cummins grabs breakthrough after England dominate Australia’s David Warner dives unsuccessfully to take a catch hit by England’s Jonny Bairstow during the second day of the first Ashes cricket test match. – Reuters × Fast bowlers Mitchell Starc and Pat Cummins each took three wickets and spinner Nathan Lyon two to bundle out the tourists SHARE SHARE EMAIL SHARE COMMENT COMMENTS
Two-time WWE Intercontinental champion Cody Rhodes is unable to use his surname for work outside the company, the 30-year-old said in an interview with si.com.The son of famed late Dusty Rhodes (Virgil Runnels) and younger brother of Goldust (Dustin Runnels), Cody said the WWE bars him from using his own surname for activites outside the company as they own intellectual property rights to the pro-wrestling character of Cody Rhodes.Cody has been wrestling for several other notable promotions ever since, including Impact Wrestling, Ring Of Honor (ROH), New Japan Pro Wrestling (NJPW), EVOLVE and PWG among others.Rhodes said that though he does want him surname back, he likes wrestling being just Cody and has actually started fitting in the frame.”I’ll tell you this, and I’ve not told anyone this, but I don’t mind that WWE took away my last name. Deep down, in my bones, I definitely want it back – and I have plans to get it back – but there is something to being Cody. The longer I don’t have a last name, the more I’m OK with it.”That’s not to say WWE is holding it ransom. It’s literally an intellectual property law that easily can be remedied, but there is something about being Cody that I don’t mind. There is something to not always reminding people of a show they’ve already seen, but instead embracing the one right in front of him. I am Cody, and I can promise you that the future is going to be even better than the past.”advertisement
Their visit came in the aftermath of Wednesday’s (September 25) fatal traffic accident in Chudleigh. Education Minister, Hon. Rev. Ronald Thwaites, led a team of Ministry officials from Kingston to visit bereaved students and staff of the Holmwood Technical High School, in Christiana, Manchester, on Thursday, September 26.Their visit came in the aftermath of Wednesday’s (September 25) fatal traffic accident in Chudleigh, Manchester, which claimed the lives of four of the institution’s students and injured several others, who were aboard the two public passenger vehicles involved, on their way to school.Rev. Thwaites was accompanied by Permanent Secretary, Elaine Foster-Allen; Chief Education Officer, Grace McLean, and the Ministry’s Region V Director, Nadine Leachman, who joined Principal, Paul Bailey, and the staff in a strong show of support and solidarity with an institution in mourning.They were joined by a number of other stakeholders, including Member of Parliament for north east Manchester, where Holmwood is located, Audley Shaw; School Board Chairman, Ruel Crawford; Jamaica Constabulary Force’s (JCF) Safe School Unit National Coordinator, Sergeant Coleridge Minto; Chief Executive Officer of the Percy Junor Hospital in Spaldings, Clarendon, Earl McLaughlin; and teachers from a number of neighbouring institutions such as Christiana and Spaldings High Schools, and Knox College.Their visit was a follow-up to one on Wednesday, September 25, by Region V officers who, along with other stakeholders, provided counselling support for the traumatized Holmwood fraternity.The visitors all participated in the school’s devotional exercise on Thursday, which was an emotional occasion for a number of the students. Several of them were reduced to tears, as they remembered the previous day’s tragic incident. They were consoled during the proceedings by Rev. Thwaites, Mrs. Foster-Allen and Ms. McLean, along with teachers and guidance counsellors.The student body was addressed by Rev Thwaites, Mr. Shaw, Sgt. Minto, Mr. Crawford, and Mr. McLaughlin. Thereafter, both Rev. Thwaites and Mr. Shaw met with the staff.Speaking with journalists, Rev. Thwaites said he will be asking the Ministry of Transport, Works and Housing to maintain the provisional bus service currently being operated between Mandeville and Christiana by the Jamaica Urban Transit Company (JUTC), beyond Thursday, September 26 and Friday, September 27, until a permanently structured system is put in place.He advised that the teachers have made several proposals and suggestions on transportation improvements.“The matter will be taken to the Parent/Teacher Association (PTA) meeting next Thursday, October 3. We have challenged them, and they have agreed, to set up a community organization which would designate buses to operate in a disciplined manner between Christiana and the points from which students come,” the Minister said.Rev. Thwaites also said the Ministry has “challenged” the Transport Authority (TA) to “act decisively” in ensuring that public passenger vehicle operators and drivers breaching road traffic regulations are prosecuted, “and we trust that they will take immediate action.”The Minister, however, underscored the need for the students’ co-operation and implored them to use the transportation services provided to ensure they can commute between home and school safely. He also urged parents and the wider community to also play their part in this regard.“One of the most distressing things we heard from the Head of the Southern Region for the Transport Authority (TA) is that their officers had to virtually cajole students to get into the JUTC bus in Mandeville this morning. We have to change that whole culture, that whole mindset and it’s going to need the parents, it’s going to need the community…and it doesn’t only apply to this area…it’s national problem,” the Minister said.Mr. Shaw, who endorsed Rev. Thwaites sentiments, suggested that parents need be more forthright on the matter by taking decisions on the transportation option by which their children commute.“(The parents must decide) whether they (children) are going to travel in the cramped and inappropriate conditions in those mini buses with the rampant indiscipline, the loud music, the lewd lyrics, all of that, or they are going to go in a dignified and safe manner, in a well regulated bus that is larger, that is more comfortable,” Mr. Shaw said.Meanwhile, Rev. Thwaites asserted that “the disorder, the indiscipline leading to the chaos and blood flowing, as happened here yesterday, has to conclusively change…that is what we (Rev. Thwaites and Mr. Shaw) are demanding.” The visitors all participated in the school’s devotional exercise on Thursday. A team of Ministry officials visited bereaved students and staff of the Holmwood Technical High School. Story Highlights
zoom The world’s first converted floating liquefaction (FLNG) unit Hilli Episeyo has departed Singapore and is on its way to Cameroon for LNG bunkering ops.The vessel set sail at 10 am local time on October 12, earlier than anticipated, due to the operational decision to complete LNG bunkering in Cameroon rather than in Singapore, owner and operator of LNG carriers Golar LNG said.The company added that the voyage to Cameroon is expected to take between 32 and 40 days.Hilli Episeyo was converted from a 1975-built Moss LNG carrier with a storage capacity of 125,000 cubic meters at the Keppel Shipyard over a period of three years.Having reached mechanical completion, the vessel departed the shipyard on October 1 and was moved to the deep-water water anchorage for final marine commissioning.Designed for a liquefaction capacity of about 2.4 million tons of LNG per year, the ship will operate offshore Kribi, Cameroon for Société Nationale des Hydrocarbures and Perenco Cameroon SA, and will be the first FLNGV project in Africa.
Noida: A BJP leader in Uttar Pradesh has announced severing ties with his son after he was fielded by the Congress as a Lok Sabha candidate and alleged the opposition party exploited “political differences” within his family.The Congress on Saturday announced Arvind Kumar Singh, son of BJP MLC Jaivir Singh, as its candidate from the Gautam Buddh Nagar constituency, which is currently represented by BJP leader and Union minister Mahesh Sharma. The Samajwadi Party and the Bahujan Samaj Party have already fielded Satveer Nagar from the constituency. The BJP is yet to announce its candidate. In a Facebook post on March 17, Jaivir Singh said his whole family including wife Raj Kumari Chauhan, a former Lok Sabha MP from Aligarh, their three sons and a nephew have “complete loyalty” with the BJP and are committed to the public policies of the party and Prime Minister Narendra Modi “But my son Arvind Kumar Singh started expressing a different ideology ever since his marriage two years ago and he started staying separately from the family,” the MLC said. Jaivir Singh, who earlier served as a BSP MLA from Barauli, said he joined the BJP in 2017. Arvind was opposed to the BJP and did not took its membership, he said. “Therefore, he was also released from the position of the Chancellor of the (Noida International) University. Now all social and political relations with him have come to an end,” Singh said.
By Hajare El KhaldiRabat – Colin Dye, senior leader of Kensington Temple in London, calls for more religious freedom in Morocco after being allegedly denied entry to the country. Dye reportedly arrived at the Fes-Sais Airport on April 6, but was stopped and interrogated overnight regarding his previous informal meetings with Moroccan Christians, reported the evangelical periodical Christianity Today. Despite the intervention of three Moroccan human rights lawyers, Dye was allegedly put on a plane to Rome the following day, and was informed that he was barred from entering the country. “Morocco officially has freedom of religion, but in practice it is a conservative Muslim country. Although spontaneous conversion from Islam to Christianity is not illegal, the criminal code prohibits attempts by non-Muslims to ‘shake the faith’ of citizens from Sunni Islam,” read the article. Dye, who has been assisting church leaders in Morocco, said that he was only in the country to meet evangelical house church leaders in Morocco for prayer and encouragement without facing any obstacles for the last three months. “I am asking for Morocco to put its own constitution into practice and allow freedom of religion,” protested Dye. Chapter 220 of the Moroccan criminal code effectively punishes whoever tries to shake a Muslim’s Islamic faith or convince them of converting to another religion. However, the article only officially refers to punishment for those who evangelize the poor and children.According to the 2016 International Freedom Report, an estimate of 99 percent of the Moroccan population are Sunni Muslim, while other religious minorities, including Shia Muslims, Jews, Christians, and Bahais, constitute less than 1 percent. The number of Moroccan Jews is estimated at 3,000 to 4,000, of which 2,500 reside in Casablanca, while the Rabat and Marrakech Jewish communities each officially account for only 75 people.
KANSAS CITY, Kan. – Attorneys: Kansas federal jury awards nearly $218M to farmers who sued Syngenta over genetically engineered corn seed.!O??? Attorneys: Kansas federal jury awards nearly $218M to farmers who sued Syngenta over genetically engineered corn seed by The Associated Press Posted Jun 23, 2017 9:52 am MDT Last Updated Jun 23, 2017 at 10:20 am MDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email
A career information day held at Brock University’s Hamilton campus drew hundreds of teacher candidates hoping to learn more about future job opportunities.The Faculty of Education event, held Wednesday, Jan. 18, allowed students to meet with representatives from a variety of Ontario school boards, private schools, First Nations boards, and out-of-province and international schools to ask questions about applications, interviews and other topics related to their future job searches.Representatives from graduate programs and additional qualification courses were also available to offer information on potential academic career steps for teacher candidates, and Brock Career Services was on-site to review and provide guidance with student resumes.
Before the Ohio State men’s basketball team could make its game against Chicago State look easy, they made it puzzlingly hard. Such exertion ultimately made for little more than a speed bump for the No. 10 team in the country, though. After an exceptionally woeful shooting performance doomed the Buckeyes against No. 6 Kansas Sunday, Thad Matta’s crew handled the Cougars, 87-44, in its last non-conference pillow fight before Big Ten play. This particular triumph against Chicago State (3-12) Saturday came in similar form and flavor to OSU’s first nine wins. The Buckeyes (10-2), which shot just 25 percent from the floor in the second half of their game against the Jayhawks, had little trouble connecting against an overmatched opponent. But it didn’t come without a customary sluggish start. “We had a couple guys who weren’t ready to play today,” Matta said. “That was obvious.” And while such lack of preparation hardly was cause for panic for the Buckeyes, it made for an uneasy tone in front of a sleepy Schottenstein Center. Almost inexplicably, even after some players vowed to work harder at creating their own shot in Friday interviews, OSU settled for deep-albeit often wide-open-3-point tries early before seeming to realize that perhaps playing the team with the worst record in the Great West conference shouldn’t be so taxing. Chicago State’s zone defense, a brand admittedly not typically employed by the Cougars, tempted and baited OSU into taking jump shots. “I’m sure we did surprise them,” Cougars coach Tracy Dildy said. “I’m sure they watched film and they hardly saw any zone.” For about the first 12 minutes of the half, it seemed to be working. Against the zone, junior guard Aaron Craft said OSU “started chucking up 3s.” “We got kind of antsy at times,” Craft, who had 10 points and six assists, said. The Buckeyes, much like they did in a 2-of-18 jaunt from behind the arc against Kansas, clunked their way to a 2-of-9 outing from the 3-point line in the first half. Conversely, the long ball might’ve been the only thing offensively keeping Dildy’s squad in the contest. Then came OSU junior guard Lenzelle Smith Jr.’s moment of clarity, whose trio of long balls were met with the back of the iron and exasperated claps. “After I shot that third 3 and it didn’t go down, I told myself stop shooting 3s,” Smith Jr., who had 13 points, said. Matta’s crew seemed to start following suit. The Buckeyes, which found that they were far better slashing and sharing the ball through the zone, finished the half on a 23-10 run before connecting on five of its first six possessions in the second half. The 3-point shots, which had been kind to the Cougars early, weren’t falling anymore and OSU made certain to turn their misfortunes into points of their own off of swift play in transition and crisp ball movement. By the 10-minute mark of the second half, the contest, which started with the same shooting ailments that plagued the Buckeyes against the Jayhawks, turned into a comical battle to see if OSU could surpass the 70-point mark, which guarantees free small French fries from McDonald’s for each of the 16,881 in attendance. Back were the theatrics. Back were the dunks from sophomore forward Sam Thompson, who effortlessly floated toward the basket for an alley-oop late in the game that felt like a glorified shootaround. Freshman guard Amedeo Della Valle did his part too, and drained 3-of-4 3-pointers to push the Buckeyes’ lead to 45 points with 2:18 to play in the contest. Much how they had routed similar opponents like Albany, Northern Kentucky, Long Beach State and Savannah State and UNC Asheville, the Buckeyes proved their dominion over teams almost certainly inferior to them. With Big Ten play starting Wednesday against Nebraska, though, OSU likely needs to shore up alarming areas of concern after dropping its only two games to quality opponent in Kansas and Duke on Nov. 28. Rocking the Cougars, likely, didn’t answer any of those questions. Regardless, conference play knocks at the door. “Every night is gonna be fight night,” said OSU junior forward Deshaun Thomas. OSU is set to face Nebraska Wednesday at 6:30 p.m. at the Schottenstein Center.
Seth Rollins Now Playing Up Next June 12, 2017 at 4:47 am Pinterest Ronda Rousey Highlighting WWEs Problems Google+ Seth Rollins Defends WWE On Two Separate Occasions Videos Articles Cesaro The strange thing about having a cruiserweight division is that Kalisto is not in it Now Playing Up Next June 10, 2017 at 1:29 am Best of luck there Aries. WhatsApp 3 COMMENTS Dave Now Playing Up Next Now Playing Up Next Now Playing Up Next Roman Reigns is in Remission Twitter Ronda Rousey On WWE: I Love This Job, But I Dont Need It WWE Clash of Champions Results – 9/15/19 (Rollins vs. Strowman, Kingston vs. Orton) Wrestleview Live #65: Reviewing and discussing WWE Clash of Champions from Charlotte Donald Wood of Ring Rust Radio passed along an interview with WWE star Austin Aries where he talks about the path to officially sign with WWE, his feud with Neville and if he has any interest in going back to commentary once his wrestling career is done.On his process coming to an agreement with WWE:“The signing process can be a little drawn out obviously. From initial contact and finding if there’s interest and having some meetings, where you fit in, what the opportunity is, and then being such a large entity there’s a lot of paperwork and stuff involved with background checks. It’s a drawn-out process, but it’s well worth it obviously because once you get there, it is the pinnacle of what we do. I have been fortunate to perform for lots of different companies in different promotions all over the place, but at the end of the day, this is the top of the iceberg. To finally achieve that after my journey was rewarding and created a whole new opportunity for me in front of a larger fan base and people who maybe don’t know anything about Austin Aries and here’s the opportunity for them to find out.”On working with Neville in WWE:“We’ve gotten a lot of really positive feedback from a number of people back there whose opinions I hold very high. I think Neville; he’s at a different level right now. He’s really rejuvenated and I’ve enjoyed competing with him in there. I think we got the same chip on our shoulder and were out there to prove the same thing to the same people likely. We just have a maybe difference of opinion of how you get there right now. Our beef so to speak, to use a totally bad pun for a vegan, was really just based on respect. Respect we don’t feel we get. It’s cliché but it really was nothing personal. As much as it was, it was just two real stubborn competitive dudes to go out and prove who the best is. I will tip my hat to him, right now he’s at a different level physically. He’s in his prime and he’s found something in this reincarnated himself that’s taken him to a new level. I just have to tip my hat to him. I like to consider myself a measuring stick at points in my career and I’ve matched up with him three times and he measured up each and every time to each and every inch.”Any interest in commentary after his wrestling career is done:“I had a lot of fun doing that and it was a new opportunity for me. I learned a lot and I got to work with some cool people that I would never have had the chance to work with as an in-ring competitor. A lot of respect for what those guys do. There’s a lot going on that people don’t know about in those headsets while those guys are trying to manage while they are also trying to narrate a story. I think at a certain point when the time is right, if that opportunity is there for me, it’s something I would like to pursue.”Recommended videosPowered by AnyClipSeth Rollins Defends WWE On Two Separate OccasionsVideo Player is loading.Play VideoPauseUnmuteDuration 0:30/Current Time 0:03Loaded: 100.00%0:03Remaining Time -0:27 FullscreenUp NextThis 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.Replay the list Videos Articles Videos Articles Facebook June 10, 2017 at 3:49 am TheCyberZon J™ Joan Jett Set To Perform Ronda Rouseys Entrance At WrestleMania 35 I think Aries is wasted in the cruiserweight division Adam Martin RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Kurt Angle Live Podcast: Reviewing and discussing WWE Clash of Champions from Charlotte Comments are closed.
In an attempt to get readers behind their newly formed paywall, The New York Times has launched a deep discount offer to subscribers, which will run for a 26 week period.Each regular subscription rate will be available at half price. Unlimited access to NYTimes.com and their smartphone app will cost subscribers $1.88 per week; NYTimes.com and tablet app access is available for $2.50 a week. All digital access, a package which includes NYTimes.com, tablet and smartphone app access, is set at $4.39 a week for the trial period.The New York Times’ page detailing the offer says, “Unrivaled coverage. Unlimited access…so why be limited to 20 articles a month?” The paid sub plan is said to be modeled after the metered paywall that the Financial Times has done well with.The New York Times’ paywall officially launched in the United States on March 28th.
The Army is moving toward a more “market-based” approach to officer promotion instead of simply moving personnel as needed, Army Secretary Mark Esper told Army Times.“My view is, we’re going to move away from ‘up or out,’” he said. “My shorthand is ‘perform or out.’”He set an April 1 deadline for a task force to submit a plan to rework promotions, assignments and other personnel issues, according to the article. He wants to begin implementation by the end of the year.In the defense authorization bill, Congress gave the military more flexibility in such personnel matters.“I need to make sure we tell the force what to expect, what a successful career looks like, what are the ground rules,” Esper told Army Times.Secretary of the Army Mark Esper visits Fort Benning Nov. 16. U.S. Army photo by Patrick Albright ADC AUTHOR
WILMINGTON, MA — Here are highlights from the Wilmington Police Log for Thursday, November 29, 2018:Police spoke with a homeowner who was pumping water into the street. Homeowner agreed to move hose to drain into his backyard. (5:03am)A caller on Phillips Avenue reported two white males, in their 40’s, wearing hoodies, were walking on his property, which had construction going on. Caller thought men have been looking for scrap metal. Police were unable to locate. (10:29am)A Pouliot Place caller reported his recycling bin was lost or stolen sometime around November 12. Police notified DPW. (11:01am)Animal Control Officer rescued a raccoon from a dumpster behind Reading Cooperative Bank on Lowell Street. (11:30am)A white 2017 Hyundai Santa Fe swerved and stroke a boulder on Chestnut Street. No injuries. Vehicle towed. (12:24pm)A caller reported items were stolen out of her unlocked vehicle on Woburn Street. (7:44pm)A caller reported a suspicious car parked in the Market Basket parking lot. When operator opened door, several beer cans fell out. Caller requested an officer check. Police spoke with man in question and administered a breathalyzer. Man blew 0’s and was just returning cans at the recycle center. (7:46pm)Daniel C. Matthews (56, Wilmington) was arrested for OUI Liquor, Leaving Scene Of Property Damage, and Negligent Operation Of Motor Vehicle. Matthews was arrested after an alleged hit and run on Woburn Street. (9:08pm)(DISCLAIMER: This information is public information. An arrest does not constitute a conviction. Any arrested person is innocent until proven guilty.)Like Wilmington Apple on Facebook. Follow Wilmington Apple on Twitter. Follow Wilmington Apple on Instagram. Subscribe to Wilmington Apple’s daily email newsletter HERE. Got a comment, question, photo, press release, or news tip? Email email@example.com.Thank You To Our Sponsor:Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading… RelatedPOLICE LOG for August 10: Car Stolen; License Plate Stolen; Road Rage Incident At Cumberland FarmsIn “Police Log”POLICE LOG for August 27: Kids On Train Tracks; Ammunition Turned In; Orphan Bunnies RescuedIn “Police Log”POLICE LOG for August 7: Road Rage On Highway Ramp; Medication Stolen During Open HouseIn “Police Log”
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Microbus gas-cylinder blast kills three and injures four others. Photo: Prothom AloThree passengers of a microbus were killed and four others, including three policemen, injured as its gas-cylinder exploded at Kumudini College intersection in Tangail town early Tuesday, reports UNB.The deceased are Jannatul Ferdous Bonna, 19, her maternal uncle Sirajul Islam, 60, and her cousin Faruk Hossain, 42.Saidur Rahman, office-in-charge of Tangail Model police station, a gas-cylinder of the microbus exploded in the Kumudini College area around 4:00am when the victims were returning from Rajshahi, leaving the three dead on the spot and four others injured.The injured were admitted to Tangail General Hospital, the OC added.
An 18-year-old Baltimore man has been arrested and charged with the rape and murder of a homeless woman last week according to Baltimore Police.18-year-old James Arthur House. (Courtesy Photo)James Arthur House, of the 400 block of East Lorraine Avenue in the Harwood neighborhood in East Baltimore, confessed to the rape and murder during a police interrogation according to Baltimore Police Commissioner Kevin Davis during a media briefing Sept. 18.Jessica Gibson, 35, who was allegedly homeless, was found behind wooden palettes on a road between Baltimore and Lombard Streets behind Power Plant Live and Port Discovery last Wednesday morning according to detectives.Video surveillance from the area shows Gibson and House interacting before the crimes occurred.“Nothing appeared volatile” said T.J. Smith, Baltimore City Police Chief Spokesman of the surveillance.Police had previously released a portion of that surveillance video asking the public to identify, “the last person to have seen Gibson alive.”Davis said a resident called police and identified House.House is charged with 12 criminal counts including first and second degree murder, first and second degree rape, among other charges.According to Maryland Case Search, House has no prior criminal history before the crimes he has been charged with.A review of court records show that House was denied bail and no attorney was listed as representing the suspect.