Gov. Wolf Calls for Universal Masking Press Release, Public Health Masks Can Help Stop COVID-19 SpreadDuring a COVID-19 press briefing today Governor Tom Wolf recommended that all Pennsylvanians wear a mask any time they leave their homes for life-sustaining reasons. As COVID-19 cases steadily rise in the state, Gov. Wolf stressed the need to intensify all measures to help stop the spread of the virus.“Two days ago, I amplified our social distancing efforts by instituting a statewide stay-at-home order, and today I am asking all Pennsylvanians to wear a mask any time they leave their houses,” Gov. Wolf said. “Masks help prevent people from sharing illnesses. But, they don’t do a great job at keeping people from getting sick; and, they’re not foolproof, so it is critical that our first act is to ask ourselves if we really need to leave our house. If we don’t really, truly need to leave, then we shouldn’t.”“Staying home is the most effective way to protect yourself and others against COVID-19,” Sec. of Health Dr. Rachel Levine said. “But, if you must go out because you are out of food or medication, then wearing a mask, or even a bandana across your nose and mouth, could be an extra layer of protection.“You don’t need a surgical mask – we need those for our health care workers and first responders. We have guidance on universal masking on our website, including instructions on how to make your own mask using materials you have at home.”As of midnight, Pennsylvania’s COVID-19 cases stand at 8,420 in 63 counties with 102 deaths. Gov. Wolf’s statewide stay-at-home order asks Pennsylvanians in all 67 counties to not leave their homes unless it’s for life-sustaining reasons. Today, he asked that wearing a mask during those life-sustaining trips becomes the norm.“Wearing a mask will help us cut down the possibility that we might be infecting an innocent bystander, like the grocery store cashier, the pharmacist, or someone stocking shelves,” Gov. Wolf said. “These people are keeping us alive by getting us the supplies we need. We owe it to them to do everything we can to keep them safe. Right now, that means wearing a mask.”For the most up-to-date information on COVID-19, Pennsylvanians should visit: https://www.pa.gov/guides/responding-to-covid-19/.View this information in Spanish here. SHARE Email Facebook Twitter April 03, 2020
9 Rowes Court, SorrentoVendor Troy Lee said the home at 9 Rowes Court looked completely different when he bought it in 2015.He and his partner, Alita, fell in love with it from the moment they set eyes on it.“We only looked at the property one day before (we bought it),” Mr Lee said.More from news02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa18 hours ago02:37Gold Coast property: Sovereign Islands mega mansion hits market with $16m price tag2 days agoHowever, they knew it needed work.From replacing the property’s wiring and plumbing to installing new bathrooms and a kitchen, the couple have transformed the home.“It was great fun, it came up really well,” Mr Lee said.He said the home’s Bali hut was a standout feature when they bought the home.“It was probably one of the largest we’ve ever seen on a property,” Mr Lee said.They have since turned it into what’s affectionately known as the “beach pavilion”. 9 Rowes Court, Sorrento 9 Rowes Court, Sorrento 9 Rowes Court, Sorrento“The beach pavilion is probably our favourite spot,” Mr Lee said.“It ties the inside of the house to the outside.”The home sits on an 875sq m parcel of land.Bi-fold doors open the combined living, dining and kitchen area up onto the beach pavilion and terraced area, which overlooks the water and Gold Coast skyline.Mr Lee said the space was perfect for entertaining guests.There is also a pool surrounded by a tropical garden, sunbathing deck and pontoon outside.Mr Lee also loved the designer kitchen’s marble island benchtop, which he sourced specifically for the home.It also has a four-car garage, ducted and zoned airconditioning and a secured boat shed. 9 Rowes Court, SorrentoTHIS Hamptons-inspired waterfront home at Sorrento is what dreams are made of.It exudes luxury with a white interior, modern fixtures and a range of natural materials including oak, Carrara marble and polished stone throughout.Extensive renovations have refreshed the five-bedroom home’s style.
BEIRUT – Anattack by Syrian government forces in Idlib, northwestern Syria killed at least15 and wounded others at a displaced persons camp on Wednesday, according tothe Syrian civil defense. Women cry at a funeral for Syrian Democratic Forces fighters in the Syrian Kurdish-majority city of Qamishli on Nov. 16. DELIL SOULEIMAN/AFP/GETTY IMAGES Syria’snorthwest corner is the last major territory still in rebel hands after overeight years of war. Russia – whichsupports Syrian President Bashar al-Assad in his country’s civil war – andTurkey co-sponsored a de-escalation agreement for the area earlier this year. The region ishome to hundreds of thousands of people who fled other parts of Syria asgovernment forces advanced through the country since Moscow joined the war onthe side of Assad in 2015.(Reuters)
West Brom have granted Nicolas Anelka indefinite compassionate leave following the death of his agent Eric Manasse, Press Association Sport understands. Anelka, who made his Baggies debut in Saturday’s defeat by Southampton, spoke to the club’s sporting and technical director Richard Garlic this morning after being informed of the news. It was decided the 34-year-old former France striker should be given time off to grieve, although reports he has retired are believed to be premature at this stage. West Brom had announced on their official website that Anelka has been given permission to miss Saturday’s Barclays Premier League clash with Everton on “compassionate grounds”. While Anelka’s brother Claude is more widely known as his agent, the Frenchman’s affairs are also handled by Manasse with whom it is believed he had a close relationship. It is understood that West Brom have opted against setting a timeframe for Anelka’s return to duty given the nature of his absence, but his future is clearly now in some doubt with both club and player in limbo. “West Bromwich Albion can confirm that Nicolas Anelka will not be involved in Saturday’s game at Everton,” read a statement. “The club have excused the striker from club duty on compassionate grounds.” Anelka joined West Brom on a free transfer in July having completed a loan spell at Juventus when his lucrative move to Chinese club Shanghai Shenhua turned sour. The well-travelled former Arsenal, Liverpool and Chelsea striker agreed a one-year deal with the Baggies with an option for a further season. Press Association
Palace, though, were level on 28 minutes with another fine goal. Patient build-up saw the ball worked across to the left of the Arsenal box, where Yannick Bolasie chested the ball to McArthur who laid it off to Ward, some 25 yards out. The defender then drilled a low shot into the far corner, just out of Petr Cech’s reach. Arsenal looked reassert their dominance before half-time, with Aaron Ramsey’s near-post flick forcing McCarthy into a smart save. Palace came close to taking the lead at the start of the second half when Connor Wickham got ahead of Laurent Koscielny to turn Wilfried Zaha’s right-wing cross against the near post. It was Arsenal who eventually went 2-1 ahead on 55 minutes. Hector Bellerin’s deep cross from the Palace right was headed back down goalwards by a huge leap from Sanchez, and the ball cannoned into the net off Eagles captain Delaney. The Palace fans were in uproar when Francis Coquelin, who had been booked in the first half, clattered into McArthur right in front of the referee, but Lee Mason decided against issuing a second yellow card. Wenger was taking no further risks with the French midfielder, as he was replaced by Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain on 64 minutes. Aaron Ramsey could have made the closing stages more comfortable, but he drilled over after being teed up by another superb chipped pass from Ozil. In stoppage time, Oxlade-Chamberlain was denied by a smart save from McCarthy after a breakaway down the right. TWEET OF THE MATCH “#Giroud oooooooff! That’s been on the cards…arsenal been getting through palace far too often from the start….techniiiiiiique!” – Rio Ferdinand (@rioferdy5) on Giroud’s goal. https://twitter.com/rioferdy5/status/632896308051869696 PLAYER RATINGS Crystal Palace Alex McCarthy: 7 (out of 10) Joel Ward: 8 Scott Dann: 7 Damien Delaney: 5 Pape Souare: 5 James McArthur: 7 Yohan Cabaye: 6 Yannick Bolasie: 7 Jason Puncheon: 6 Wilfried Zaha: 6 Connor Wickham: 5 Subs Jordon Mutch: 5 Lee Chung-yong: 6 Patrick Bamford: 6 Arsenal Petr Cech: 6 Hector Bellerin: 7 Per Mertesacker: 6 Laurent Koscielny: 5 Nacho Monreal: 5 Santi Cazorla: 7 Francis Coquelin: 5 Aaron Ramsey: 7 Alexis Sanchez: 8 Mesut Ozil: 9 Olivier Giroud: 8 Subs Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain: 7 Mikel Arteta: 5 Kieran Gibbs: 5 STAR PLAYER Mesut Ozil: The German was a class apart at Selhurst Park, dazzling with a number of exquisite passes including the assist for Giroud’s opening goal. Ozil has struggled for consistency since arriving in the Premier League but this was one of his most impressive performances in an Arsenal shirt. MOMENT OF THE MATCH Giroud’s goal: Giroud opened his account for the season in some style as Ozil floated over an inviting cross and the Frenhcman launched himself into the air, before directing an acrobatic volley into the corner with his left foot. VIEW FROM THE BENCH Arsene Wenger will be relieved to have seen his side bounce back from their shock opening day defeat to West Ham but there were enough chinks in Arsenal’s defensive armour to suggest there is work to do if the Gunners are to win the title this year. Pardew’s side arguably deserved a draw but they were too open and allowed their opponents too much freedom to attack. MOAN OF THE MATCH Coquelin was fortunate not to be sent off at the end of the first half after he pushed over Wilfried Zaha to stop a counter-attack. Referee Lee Mason, however, spared the midfielder a second yellow card, much to the dismay of both Pardew and the Palace fans. WHO’S UP NEXT Crystal Palace v Aston Villa (Premier League, Saturday, 22 August) Arsenal v Liverpool (Premier League, Monday 24 August) Giroud thought there were aspects Arsenal could improve upon but admitted collecting the first three-point haul of the season, after defeat to West Ham last week, was their main objective. “Before the game we really needed the three points to bounce back after the performance at home when we lost against West Ham,” he told Sky Sports 1. “We really wanted to play our game even if we won this afternoon, we could have killed the game before but it was nice for the suspense.” Giroud accepts the Gunners were always likely to face criticism after their season-opening defeat but believes they proved their credentials as title challengers by bouncing back against Palace. He said: “You always get criticised when you lose, especially at home. We said at the beginning of the championship that we want more, we want to win the league and join the title race. “When you say that you have to face expectations, and it was a bad performance from us. “Even if we lost last week, the most important thing in football is to bounce back the week after and keep your faith in your game and that’s what we tried to do and succeeded in doing well today. “We need to keep it up for next Monday against Liverpool. Big, big game.” As for his stunning goal, Giroud added: “It’s always nice to score when you’re a striker, especially a goal like that first touch. I felt really good physically in the game, it’s nice for the future.” The Gunners produced the required response from their opening day defeat at home by West Ham with a determined display at Selhurst Park, where German playmaker Mesut Ozil delivered a stand-out performance. The German’s floated cross was smashed home by Giroud on 16 minutes, and although defender Joel Ward drilled in a 25-yard equaliser before the break, a deflected header from Alexis Sanchez in off Damien Delaney proved enough for a hard-earned victory. Press Association Manager Arsene Wenger had opted to start Sanchez, the Chile forward only just back from an extended summer break following the Copa America. It was Sanchez who should have put the Gunners ahead on seven minutes following a lightning break. Francis Coquelin fed Ozil down the left, and he in turn released Sanchez into the Palace penalty area. The Chile forward’s first touch was heavy, pushing him wide, with Ward recovering to block his shot before James McArthur was back on the line to boot away the goal-bound follow-up. Arsenal did take the lead on 16 minutes with a superb goal from Giroud. Ozil dispossessed Ward on the left, looked up and floated a ball across to the penalty area. Giroud arched backwards before the 6ft 3in France striker dispatched a left-foot volley of the highest order into the bottom corner. Arsenal remained on the offence, with Sanchez’s low, angled drive saved at full stretch by Alex McCarthy before being hacked away in the six-yard box. Olivier Giroud’s stunning volley helped Arsenal battle to a 2-1 Barclays Premier League win at Crystal Palace.
A Riviera Beach man helped save a local business when he found $20,000 cash and returned it to a local business owner.James Stratford, who is the owner of My 5 Mobile Detailing, cleaned the truck of Russell Mir who owns a few gas stations and convenience stores in the area.When Mir dropped off his truck, Stratford told him to take everything he wants from his truck because everything else would be going in the trash.What Russell Mir forgot was three bags full of $20,000 cash. Mir said he was going to deposit the money to pay his employees and other bills.A few hours after James Stratford was done cleaning Russell Mir’s car, he got a phone call from Mir about the money he lost.When Mir told Stratford it was $20K, Stratford searched several garbage cans nearby where he normally dumps trash.One bag was found in the dumpster by Mir, and the other two were found by Stratford who told News Channel 5, “In the coronavirus, when nobody’s working, you know what that $20,000 could have did for me and my family?” said Stratford.But Stratford did the honest thing, and returned the cash.“You gotta plant the seeds how you want it to grow. All my life I’ve been in the streets, in and out of prison, so I’m tired of that,” said Stratford. “The new me says be honest and give it back, and that’s what I did.”There was no money missing, and as a thank you, Stratford and his family now have one year of unlimited, soda, Slurpees or anything at Mir’s gas stations.
MS Dhoni wore the Army insignia gloves in the game against South Africa.India registered their second straight win in ICC Cricket World Cups against South Africa.The ICC has said MS Dhoni cannot wear the gloves. highlights New Delhi: The Indian cricket team has started the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 on a great note with a clinical win against South Africa in Southampton. The bowling, led by Yuzvendra Chahal and the batting, led by the brilliance of Rohit Sharma helped India to a commanding win. During the course of the game, there was a visual of MS Dhoni sporting the insignia of the Indian Army. The ‘Balidaan Badge’ or the Army insignia was spotted on Dhoni’s gloves. Balidaan is a distinct insignia of the special forces, which form part of the Parachute Regiment. Only Paramilitary Commandos are allowed to wear the Balidaan Badge.Initially, there was plenty of admiration for Dhoni, with many on social media praising the former India skipper’s love for the army. Many admired his patriotism. However, the occasion turned sour when the ICC requested the BCCI to get the symbol removed from Dhoni’s gloves. Immediately, the mood turned against the decision. The #IndiaWithDhoni and #KeepTheGlove hashtags started trending on Twitter. Many people urged Dhoni to keep wearing the glove. Many media outlets, in the garb of hypernationalism, propagated that Dhoni should not let the ICC dictate terms and that he should keep the glove. Many others urged the ICC to focus on umpiring blunders and stay off Dhoni’s gloves. In the end, the ICC told the BCCI that the symbol was not permitted to be worn on his wicket-keeping gloves and the regulations do not permit any individual message or logo to be displayed on any items of clothing or equipment. For all the Latest Sports News News, ICC World Cup News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps. The Dhoni glove controversy is an unnecessary distraction when Virat Kohli’s side are about to encounter their toughest test in five-time world champions Australia. The Committee of Administrators (CoA) head Vinod Rai did not give a good impression when he said that the dagger insignia was not a military symbol when at the beginning, it was mentioned that the Balidaan Badge can be worn by Para commandos only.Why BCCI, Dhoni is on the back foot?There can be no justification about the Dhoni symbol and the defence presented by the Indian public or the BCCI. There are clear cut rules on the ICC related to clothing, equipment and Insignias. The ICC statement on clothing and regulations state, “The regulations do not permit the display of messages that relate to political, religious or racial activities or causes during an international game.”The regulations on Insignia is very important in this context. The ICC clearly states, “Any insignia worn by any player shouldn’t have any religious, military, or commercial significance.” The word military is very important here. In no sporting event, be it the World Cup or Olympics, has any player escaped unscathed when using symbols or items to show patriotism or a political statement. Moeen Ali, the England cricket all-rounder, was banned from sporting the Free Palestine, Save Gaza wristbands while two American athletes were banned from the 1968 Mexico City Olympics for the Black Power fist salute. In both cases, any statement on the field of play, be it symbolic or political, was dealt with severely and the ICC only followed the precedent that “It is just a game.”What was different in the Special Caps in Ranchi ODI?The India vs Australia series was played in the aftermath of the Pulwama Terror Attack which killed 40 jawans. During the Ranchi ODI, MS Dhoni handed out special Army camouflage caps to the Indian cricket team just before the start of the match against Australia. There was outrage about the display of nationalism. However, since this was a bilateral series and it was hosted by the BCCI, they had the right to conduct such an event. They even took permission from the ICC which was given. In the case of Dhoni’s Army insignia, the BCCI did the basic mistake of not even asking the ICC for permission.Since the World Cup is a global event by the ICC, the rules and regulations of the apex body count. The ICC has been consistent in ensuring political statements are not made on the cricket pitch. Dhoni and the BCCI are not exceptions to the norm. With the high-voltage clash against Pakistan coming up on June 16, the insignia row shows how misplaced the sense of patriotism is among the modern Indian public.DISCLAIMER: The opinions expressed by the author in this article are personal. News Nation does not purport to reflect the opinions or views of the organisation or its members.
The President of the Ghana Football Association, Kurt Okraku, has told football clubs in the country that he is working to ensure that the football fraternity is also considered in government’s stimulus package to help business and industries in the wake of the Coronavirus pandemic.He captured this in a statement issued on Wednesday to all members of the Ghana FA.The GHS 1 billion package has been presented to Parliament and there will be further discussions on how it will be rolled out to help affected business in the current climate and for the GFA President, the football industry also needs to be supported due to losses club owners and administration are making at the moment.Football in Ghana has been suspended since March 15 following a ban on all public gatherings by the President.Okraku shared the sentiments of the club owners and stated that he was collaborating with the necessary bodies to ensure that all directives in relation to the Coronavirus were respected in order to win the fight against the disease and return to a normal life and by extension, a return to all footballing activities in the country.He also urged the clubs to keep respecting the COVID-19 protocols outlined by health professionals.Below is the full statement:Dear Club Owners & CEOs,MESSAGE OF SOLIDARITY IN THE WAKE OF CORONA VIRUSOne can not overstate the fact that the coronavirus pandemic has brought an unprecedented challenge for members of the football industry.As President of the Association and a club man, I know the extend of the challenges that clubs have gone through due to the current situation and the financial burden we continue to face as club owners, officials, players and as participants in the game.I share in this pain. However, we must also be concerned about our health and the need to take precaution at this extremely difficult time. There is the need to remind ourselves that, it is just a phase which will soon change when we all abide by the protocols given to us by state. I urge everyone to continue to fully abide by all the protocols and the directives.During this period, I am engaging with all the major stakeholders to ensure that the football family is included in the government’s stimulus package to alleviate some of the hardship on our industry.I will continue to positively engage the Ministry of Youth and Sports, Ministry of Health, the Ghana Health Service and Government for the advancement for our beloved sport.It is unfortunate that we have to wait a little longer for our Extraordinary Congress, where some key decisions would taken to impact positively on the game.I would therefore call on all of us to rally around and fight this deadly pandemic for the good of the industry.Finally, I want to thank all Club owners, Administrators, Footballers, Coaches Referees, the media and everyone involved in our sport for your professionalism and dedication to service. You showed class and selflessness until the season was suspended because of COVID-19.Together we will win this battle. Long live Ghana Football.
Women’s World Cup 2019: Full bracket, dates, times, TV channels, results for every match England was beaten by Japan in the last four in 2015 but will have the opportunity to improve on that performance against either host France or the defending champion United States.It was a flying start for England, who recorded its fastest ever Women’s World Cup goal, timed at two minutes and six seconds.Bronze stormed down the right and pulled the ball back from the byline for Scott to prod in off the left hand post after White initially missed her kick.Parris should have done better as she hit the ball wide after working space on her left foot in the area, before White crashed a powerful strike against the post from a similarly promising position.The two made amends five minutes before the break, though, as Parris squared for White — compared by Neville to Alan Shearer and Michael Owen — to tap into the net.4 – Ellen White is the second English player to score in four consecutive FIFA World Cup appearances after Gary Lineker between 1986 & 1990 – she is the first English player to do so in a single edition. Unremitting. #FIFAWWC #NOR #ENG #NORENG pic.twitter.com/ycNCfkufZz— OptaJoe (@OptaJoe) June 27, 2019And a slow start to the second half was quickly forgotten when Bronze powered into the roof of the net from 20 yards following a right-wing Beth Mead free kick in the 57th minute.Houghton cleared off the goal line from Lisa-Marie Utland in a brief England blip, while Karen Bardsley denied Isabell Herlovsen, but Neville’s side could have had a fourth. Jill Scott netted in a third different World Cup to put the Lionesses ahead, before Ellen White scored her sixth finals goal – the most ever for an England player – and fifth of this tournament.The irrepressible Lucy Bronze added a brilliant third and England were able to take its foot off the pedal for the final 30 minutes, running out comfortable winners even with Nikita Parris missing a late penalty. Related News Who will win Women’s World Cup 2019? Updated odds entering quarterfinals Captain Houghton was shoved to the ground in the area by Maria Thorisdottir and Parris took the spot-kick, only for Ingrid Hjelmseth to save well and limit the damage for Norway.Key Opta Facts:- England has reached the semifinals of the Women’s World Cup in back-to-back editions of the tournament (also 2015); it had never reached the final four in the competition before this.- Norway has been eliminated at the quarterfinal stage of the Women’s World Cup for just a second time (also 2003 vs. USA), having previously progressed from four of their five ties at this stage.- Norway has been eliminated from the Women’s World Cup by England in consecutive tournaments (also 2015 last 16); England is the second nation to knock them out of more than one edition of the competition (also USA, 1991 and 2003).- Ellen White is now England’s outright record goalscorer at the Women’s World Cup (six goals), with her strike today moving her ahead of Fara Williams (five).- White is the second English player to score in four consecutive FIFA World Cup appearances after Gary Lineker between 1986 and 1990 — she is the first English player to do so in a single edition.- Jill Scott (2007, 2011 and 2019) is only the second ever player to score in three separate Women’s World Cup tournaments for England, after Fara Williams (2007, 2011 and 2015). England cruised into a second consecutive Women’s World Cup semifinal courtesy of a dominant 3-0 win over Norway on Thursday.After the unsavory narrative surrounding England’s ill-tempered last-16 win over Cameroon, the focus was back on football in the quarterfinals and, with defenders Steph Houghton and Millie Bright fit to start, Phil Neville’s side controlled the game.
by James Jordan, Sumner Newscow â€” Â Caldwell made a statement of sorts Friday with a 66-20 win over South Haven in a battle for south Sumner County supremacy. The game was stopped with 3:37 left in the third quarter when Bluejay Kyler Bruey intercepted a pass and returned it 34 yards for a touchdown, giving Caldwell a 46-point lead.Not much went right at South Haven for the Cardinals, and about everything went right for Caldwell. It looked like it might be a shootout early on, as both teams scored on their first two possessions, but Caldwell managed a 46-12 lead by halftime.Caldwell quarterback Colton Ward had a great game, rushing for 192 yards, passing for 45 yards and scoring six touchdowns. Caldwell scored on its first possession, taking the opening drive 70 yards in 10 plays, capped by a two-yard run by Ward.Â He also ran in a two-point conversion.S0uth Haven responded with a 75 yard kickoff return by Alex Nicholson for a touchdown. The two-point try failed.Behind more runs by Ward, Caldwell drove quickly down the field on its second possession, and Ward scored from a yard out. On that drive he was nearly sacked but a desperation toss was caught by Dilyn Volavka to salvage the play. Ward passed to Volavka for the two point conversion.South Haven got another score on a drive that included a 32-yard pass from Trent Short to Zach Pounds. Nicholson scored from five yards out on third down. The two-point try failed and Caldwell led 16-12 with most of the first quarter gone.Caldwell scored on its next four possessions. On the Bluejay’s third possession, Ward made a nifty move in the backfield, avoiding a tackle and then outrunning the defense up the middle of the field for a 51-yard touchdown run.Caldwell scored on its only two possessions of the second half. Caldwell did not score on only one drive, that one was when they got the ball with just a few seconds left in the first half.South Haven put together a nice drive to start the second half, going 65 yards in 15 plays. They converted a fourth down, and short completed several passes on the drive. The Cardinals scored when Short passed three yards to Pounds. Short completed a pass to Nicholson for the two point conversion and the lead was trimmed to 46-20.Caldwell scored on two short drives in the second half when South Haven was not able to convert fourth downs on its own side of the field.Late in the third a pass was intercepted by Bruey and that ended the game.Caldwell is now 3-5 and hosts Norwich next week. Depending on what happened with Pretty Prairie vs. South Barber, the Bluejays may have a chance. South Haven is also 3-5 and will close the regular season next Friday at Pretty Prairie.In the picture above, Caldwell’s Colton Ward outruns the South Haven defense on his way to a 51-yard touchdown run in the second quarter.Stats of the game can be found here.Follow us on Twitter. Close Forgot password? Please put in your email: Send me my password! Close message Login This blog post All blog posts Subscribe to this blog post’s comments through… RSS Feed Subscribe via email Subscribe Subscribe to this blog’s comments through… RSS Feed Subscribe via email Subscribe Follow the discussion Comments Logging you in… Close Login to IntenseDebate Or create an account Username or Email: Password: Forgot login? Cancel Login Close WordPress.com Username or Email: Password: Lost your password? Cancel Login Dashboard | Edit profile | Logout Logged in as Admin Options Disable comments for this page Save Settings You are about to flag this comment as being inappropriate. Please explain why you are flagging this comment in the text box below and submit your report. The blog admin will be notified. Thank you for your input. There are no comments posted yet. Be the first one! Post a new comment Enter text right here! Comment as a Guest, or login: Login to IntenseDebate Login to WordPress.com Login to Twitter Go back Tweet this comment Connected as (Logout) Email (optional) Not displayed publicly. Name Email Website (optional) Displayed next to your comments. Not displayed publicly. If you have a website, link to it here. Posting anonymously. Tweet this comment Submit Comment Subscribe to None Replies All new comments Comments by IntenseDebate Enter text right here! Reply as a Guest, or login: Login to IntenseDebate Login to WordPress.com Login to Twitter Go back Tweet this comment Connected as (Logout) Email (optional) Not displayed publicly. Name Email Website (optional) Displayed next to your comments. Not displayed publicly. If you have a website, link to it here. Posting anonymously. Tweet this comment Cancel Submit Comment Subscribe to None Replies All new comments