Ilustrasi awak kabin maskapai Israel (paddleyourownkanoo.com) Data penumpang merupakan hal yang paling penting bagi maskapai sehingga tidak bisa sembarang untuk disebarkan. Namun bagaimana jika data penumpang bocor dan yang menjualnya adalah orang dalam maskapai untuk kepentingan pribadi? Pastinya akan ada sanksi dari maskapai dan juga dari pihak petugas keamanan jika maskapai melaporkan hal tersebut.Baca juga: Data Manifes Penumpang Bocor, Begini Penjelasan Lion Air GroupSeperti yang terjadi pada maskapai Israel yang mana awak kabin seniornya menghadapi kemungkinan dipenjara hingga lima tahun. Hal ini karena awak kabin yang sudah lama melayani di maskapai yang tidak disebutkan namanya tersebut dituduh membocorkan data penumpang yang sensitif dan menjual akses ke sistem komputer penerbangan rahasia. KabarPenumpang.com melansir laman paddleyourownkanoo.com (7/6/2020), masalah ini kemudian ditangani oleh pasukan pertahanan Israel atau The Israeli Defence Forces (IDF) dan Badan Perlindungan Privasi Israel. Mereka mengumumkan rincian penyelidikan pada Minggu (7/6/2020) setelah kekhawatiran pertama kali dilaporkan ke pihak berwenang oleh maskapai tempat awak kabin tersebut bekerja.IDF mengatakan, awak kabin tersebut membocorkan data pribadi penumpang bukan hanya sekali tetapi sudah bertahun-tahun. Data penumpang tersebut yang disebarkan mencakup informasi medis, status keanggotaan penumpang, detail paspor, alamat rumah dan penumpang VIP yang sangat dihormati maskapai.Pertama kali tuduhan dilaporkan, tidak disebutkan nama maskapai yang terlibat. Namun IDF mengkonfirmasi bahwa maskapai yang melaporkan tindakan awak kabinnya itu adalah milik Israel. Maskapai nasional Israel yakni El Al menjadi maskapai terbesar di Israel, tetapi negara itu juga memiliki maskapai kecil yang termasuk Israir dan Arkia.Setelah dilakukan penyelidikan, Badan Perlindungan Privasi menemukan bahwa awak kabin menjual rincian login mereka ke sistem komputer maskapai penerbangan jarak jauh. Awak kabin tersebut memberikan kebebasan kepada penjahat yang terlibat untuk mengakses informasi apa pun yang ingin mereka lihat atau ketahui.“Basis data yang dikelola oleh entitas swasta seperti bisnis dan perusahaan juga mengandung informasi yang paling sensitif dan pribadi,” jelas juru bicara Badan Perlindungan Privasi.Baca juga: Gegara Corona, Maskapai El Al Gunakan Pesawat Penumpang Kosong untuk Keperluan KargoJuru bicara itu mengatakan memberikan akses ke informasi ini kepada orang yang tidak berwenang dapat dihukum hingga lima tahun penjara. Kasus ini telah diserahkan ke Departemen Cyber Kantor Kejaksaan Negeri untuk ditinjau dan kemungkinan penuntutan.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Like this:Like Loading… RelatedSantap Sisa Makanan Penumpang, Awak Kabin Ini Terancam Sanksi Berat14/12/2017In “Destinasi”Adakah Yang Berbeda Antara Pramugari dan Awak Kabin?21/06/2017In “Domestik”Pasca Pelecehan Pada Awak Kabin, EVA Air Siap ‘Banned’ Penumpang yang Berperilaku Tak Pantas08/02/2019In “Featured”
*** Cleveland State University Press Release***GAME #12Toledo (6-5) at Cleveland State (3-8)Saturday, December 23, 2017 | 2:00 pmCleveland, Ohio | Wolstein CenterLive Stats | ESPN3 | AM 1420PDF GAME NOTESToledo at Cleveland StateGAME PREVIEW:• Cleveland State concludes a stretch of three games in five days when the Vikings host Toledo at 2:00 pm on Saturday (Dec. 23).• CSU is 3-8 overall and is coming off an 81-62 setback at No. 20 Cincinnati on Thursday night.• Toledo enters the game with a 6-5 record and defeated Jackson State, 83-59, on Wednesday night.• Saturday’s game will be broadcast live on AM 1220, AM 1420 and AM 1440, as well as ESPN3.• Al Pawlowski and Pat Vuyancih will have the call on the radio and ESPN3 broadcast.THE TOLEDO SERIES:• Saturday’s game will be the 15th all-time meeting between CSU and Toledo with the Rockets holding a 9-5 lead in the series.• Toledo has won three straight vs. CSU, including a 76-65 win in Toledo in the last meeting on Dec. 2, 2015.• The Vikings are 3-2 all-time vs. Toledo at home.GAME 11: @#20 CINCINNATI 81, CSU 62 (12/21/17):• The Vikings shot 50-percent against one of the top defensive teams in the country but fell to 20th-ranked Cincinnati.• CSU was within six points (60-54) with nine minutes to play, but UC used a strong finish down the stretch to claim the win.• Tyree Appleby led CSU with 16 points and four assists, while Kenny Carpenter scored 11 points.• Stefan Kenic added eight points and five rebounds and Bobby Word tallied eight points.• The Vikings shot 2 3-of-46 from the floor and hit 10-of-21 from three-point.• It was CSU’s 50th all-time game against a nationally-ranked opponent.HAIRSTON NETS CAREER HIGH:• Jamarcus Hairston scored a career-high 17 points in Tuesday’s game at Niagara.• He hit 7-of-9 from the floor, adding five boards and two assists in a career-high 31 minutes.• Hairston’s old career-high was 13 points set in the season opener against Kent State last year.CARDIAC VIKINGS:• CSU has played in four one-possession games this year, including Tuesday’s 79-77 setback at Niagara.• The Vikings played in three straight one possession games from Nov. 20 through Nov. 29.• CSU fell at ECU, 72-69 (Nov. 20), lost at home to Central Conn., 74-73, (Nov. 24), and topped Arkansas State, 75-72 (Nov. 29).• It was the first time CSU played three straight one possession games since the 1999-2000 season when CSU fell at St. Bonaventure, 71-69, (12/30/99), and won at Loyola, 70-68 (1/6/00) and at UIC, 91-89 (1/8/00).APPLEBY NAMED HL FRESHMAN OF THE WEEK (AGAIN):• Tyree Appleby was named the Horizon League Freshman of the Week for two straight weeks (Dec. 4 & Dec. 10).• He earned the first award after averaging 10.0 points, 2.5 rebounds, 3.5 assists and 1.5 steals vs. Arkansas State and at Kent State, shooting .562 (9-16) from the floor.• Appleby picked up his second straight honor after averaging 18.0 points, 3.5 rebounds, 3.0 assists and 3.5 steals, while shooting .800 (12-15) from the field, including 5-of-6 (.833) from three-point at Western Michigan and vs. Notre Dame College.… AND POURS IN CAREER HIGH:• Tyree Appleby scored a career-high 24 points at Western Michigan (Dec. 6).• Appleby hit 8-of-10 from the field, including 4-of-5 from three-point and all four free throws, while adding three rebounds, three assists and three steals.• It was the most points by a CSU freshman since Rob Edwards scored 26 points at Detroit Mercy on Jan. 4, 2016.A LOOK AT THE FRESHMAN:• Tyree Appleby is averaging 11.4 points, 2.0 rebounds, 3.3 assists and 1.6 steals in his first season of college basketball.• He ranks fifth in the League in steals, eighth in assists and is 18th in scoring.• Appleby is the highest scoring freshman in the League.• Appleby is shooting .511 (47-92) from the field, including .370 (10-27) from three-point.CARPENTER GOING TO WORK:• Senior Kenny Carpenter is enjoying his best season to date.• He ranks 10th in the Horizon League in scoring (14.2), 11th in rebounding (6.2) and 13th in assists (2.9).• Carpenter is also fourth in field goal percentage (.500).• Carpenter scored a career-high 26 points against Coppin State (Nov. 17), bettering his old career-high of 24 points set at UIC as a sophomore.• He scored 24 points in the first half vs. Coppin State – hitting 10-of-17 from the field, including 6-of-11 from three-point.• The six three-pointers are tied for the fourth most in a game in program history and the 17th time a CSU player made six three’s.• He became the first CSU player to make six three’s since Charlie Lee hit six at Oakland on Feb. 6, 2014.… AND DOUBLES UP TWICE:• Kenny Carpenter has posted two double-doubles this year, the first two of his career.• Carpenter recorded his first career double-double with 11 points and a career-high 12 boards in the season opener at Akron (Nov. 11).• He posted a career-high 26 points and 11 rebounds against Coppin State (Nov. 17).THE WRIGHT STUFF:• Anthony Wright recorded his first career double-double on Dec. 2 at Kent State.• Wright scored a career-high 21 points, hitting 8-of-11 from the field, including a career-best four three’s (in six attempts). He also had a career-high tying 11 rebounds.• Wright is averaging 8.4 points and ranks 10th in the League with 6.3 rebounds.• After coming off the bench in the first two games, Wright has drawn a starting assignment the last nine contests.WORD UP!:• Senior Bobby Word has started all 42 games of his CSU career.• He is averaging 9.5 points this year while ranking 16th in the League in three’s (1.7).• Word scored a team-high 19 points in a win over Notre Dame College (Dec. 10).• He made 5-of-6 from three-point for 15 points vs. Central Connecticut (Nov. 24).• Word is the top returning scorer from last year’s team at 11.1 ppg.THE FELTON FILE:• First-year head coach Dennis Felton earned his first victory at CSU with an 80-56 win over Coppin State (Nov. 17).• Felton, who made his CSU regular-season debut on Nov. 11 at Akron, was named the 15th head coach in CSU history on March 24.• Felton, a coaching veteran with more than 30 years of experience, is in his 12th season as a head coach, having spent five years at Western Kentucky (1998-03) and five-plus seasons at Georgia (2003-09).• During his time on the sidelines, Felton has amassed 187 victories, won seven conference championships and led six of his teams to the postseason, including four NCAA berths.VIKINGS TIE THREE-POINT MARK WITH 14 MAKES:• The Vikings have tied the single-game school record with 14 made three-pointers two times this year.• CSU was 14-of-32 from three-point against Coppin State (Nov. 17) and went 14-of-39 from long distance against Notre Dame College (Dec. 10).• The Vikings have hit 14 three’s in a game six times in school history.• CSU hit 13 three’s vs. Central Connecticut (Nov. 24), tied for the second most in a game in program history. Payton Vince Related TopicsCleveland State basketballCleveland State UniversityCleveland State VikingsToledo Rockets Payton Vince is either talking about sports or watching sports. He covers sports for Metro Networks and is also a writer for LastWordOnSports.com. He grew up in Brooklyn Heights,Ohio for most of his life then around senior year of high school moved to Cleveland. A fan of the Cleveland Indians, Cavaliers, and a Pittsburgh Steelers, he graduated from Cuyahoga Heights High School (Class of 2014) and also graduated from the Ohio Center for Broadcasting in 2015. He bowled and played baseball in high school, and is a huge fan of independent wrestling and WWE, and can almost always find him at an independent show. Lastly, Payton is a backstage interviewer for Mega Championship Wrestling in Elyria, and is one of the three on ‘That Sports Show’ which airs daily from 2-4pm on AllSportsCleveland.com. FOR THREE:• CSU has hit a three-pointer in a school record 608 consecutive games.• The Vikings have hit at least three three’s in 157 straight contests, extending the streak with 10 trifectas at Cincinnati on Thursday.• The last time CSU failed to make a three-pointer was Feb. 21, 1998, when the Vikings were 0-for-8 in a 60-57 win over Detroit.UP NEXT:• The Vikings conclude the non-conference season with a 6:00 pm game at No. 2 Michigan State on Dec. 29. The game will be broadcast live on the B1G Network and AM 1420.
KARUIZAWA, Nagano Pref. – Joint first-round leader Akiko Fukushima shot her second straight 66 on her favorite course Saturday to open up a four-shot lead after two rounds of the NEC Karuizawa 72 Golf Tournament. Fukushima, winner here in 1996, 2002 and 2003, took command with a pair of birdies in the first five holes and solidified her lead with birdies at Nos. 8, 9, 13 and 16 in a flawless round that moved her to 12-under-par 132 on the Karuizawa 72 Golf North Course. The former U.S. LPGA regular kept up her sparkling play, missing just one green in regulation in her round and she goes into the final round with a comfortable cushion over Akane Iijima, American Paula Creamer, whose round was highlighted by an eagle, and Momoko Ueda, who were tied at 8-under 136. GET THE BEST OF THE JAPAN TIMES IN FIVE EASY PIECES WITH TAKE 5
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Rugby League Almost a year to the day since their last win, Gold Coast Titans have finally savoured victory with a gutsy 28-23 NRL triumph over Wests Tigers at Suncorp Stadium. The Titans snapped a 14-game losing streak on Sunday, notching their first victory since June 9 last year with the come-from-behind win sealed by fullback Phillip Sami’s 78th-minute try. Five-eighth Ash Taylor proved the difference, finally ending a form slump to help the Titans bounce back from a 12-0 early deficit and spark coach Justin Holbrook’s first win at the club. Benji Marshall’s 77th minute field goal appeared to have sealed the win for the visitors but the rub of the green finally went the Titans’ way in the dying moments. A fortuitous bounce from a short kick off following Marshall’s strike, gifted the Titans possession and moments later Sami snapped up a Brian Kelly grubber to seal the match-winner as Gold Coast went into party mode. Despite their horror run, it marked the club’s sixth win in eight games against the Tigers. Holbrook wielded the axe before the game following their week’s 36-6 loss which relegated them to 14 straight defeats – the worst run since Newcastle lost 19 straight from round seven 2016 to games to round one 2017. And the early portents weren’t good for the Titans after they lost fullback Tyrone Roberts (ankle) before kick-off and fell behind 12-0 after 13 minutes. But the game turned on its head with a Taylor 40-20 kick which led to captain Kevin Proctor crashing over in the 21st minute. Suddenly the Titans had a spring in their step, levelling the scores at 12-all by halftime. The Tigers hit the ground running after the break, jumping to a 22-12 lead after winger David Nofoaluma sealed his try-scoring double. But the Titans finally showed some fight, clawing their way back with Keegan Hipgrave (58th) and Kelly (69th) to level the scores before Sami’s heroics. With Roberts ruled out and with Sami back at fullback, former Melbourne flyer Young Tonumaipea made his club debut in the centres and Anthony Don returned from from a knee complaint on the wing. Bryce Cartwright was promoted to the starting back-row. – AAP
Jim Freeman (left) and Bob Harper (right).LAFOLLETTE, TN (WLAF) – As Paul Wright, the longtime “Voice of the Owls” on WLAF, often said, “We’ve got a barn burner going on here.” That was the case Monday night at the Valley View School Gym. Jacksboro won the girls game while the boys game went down to the final second as the Jacksboro Eagles prevailed over Valley View by a final of 46 to 45.However, for one old ball player, it was a fun reunion with his old junior high coach from the 1960s (top photo).Bob Harper was on hand last night to see his great grandson Caden Heatherly play for the Eagles and took time after the game for a photo.Harper was born and raised in Glomawr, pronounced glo-mar, but he came to La Follette as soon as he could. Glomawr was a tiny coal community in Kentucky, and Harper grew up a Kentucky Wildcat basketball fan. He has spent the great part of his life and career right here in Campbell County and is still true to the Big Blue.Thanks for the memories, Coach! (WLAF NEWS PUBLISHED – 11/26/2019-6AM-PHOTO COURTESY OF ALI BRADEN)Share this:FacebookTwitter
TOP PHOTO: Meet the staff at LaFollette Family Clinic & Pediatrics .Dr. Dan officially opened his LaFollette Family Clinic and Pediatrics as it hosted its Open House on MondayLAFOLLETTE, TN (WLAF) – LaFollette Family Clinic and Pediatrics is officially open in La Follette Many patients, future patients and well wishers stopped by to visit the new facility and met the staff on Monday. The clinic is operated by Dr. Murugesen Dhandapani, also known as “Dr. Dan.”The exam rooms at the LaFollette Family Clinic and Pediatrics are newly renovated.He has been practicing in this area for more than 20 years. Dhandapani specializes in family medicine and has been in practice for 30 years. The clinic accepts multiple insurance plans including Aetna, Humana, and Medicare. Dhandapani is board certified in Family Medicine.The clinic sees patients of all ages and operates on a sliding fee scale. All insurances are accepted. Nurse practitioners at the clinic are Keri Mead and Jennie Carter.The new office is locate in the former Regions Bank building next to Grace Rehab.Office hours are 8 am to 5 pm, Monday through Friday. The office is located at 2425 Jacksboro Pike in LaFollette next to Grace Rehab. (WLAF NEWS PUBLISHED – 01/07/2020-6AM-PHOTOS COURTESY OF WLAF’S ANN RUTHERFORD)Share this:FacebookTwitter
Follow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebook Pep Guardiola has backed Raheem Sterling ahead of the Liverpool clash. [Picture: Martin Rickett/PA Wire]Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola insists he has no concerns about starting Raheem Sterling at former club Liverpool.AdChoices广告The Harlesden-raised Sterling has received hostile receptions and struggled in games back at Anfield since leaving the Reds for City in 2015.Despite being one of City’s key players throughout last season, the England international was used only as a second-half substitute when the sides met on Merseyside in the Champions League quarter-finals in April.But Guardiola claims that was a tactical decision and he is not shielding the 23-year-old, who he expects will learn to cope with the challenges of returning to his old stomping ground.[media-credit name=”© Tim Goode/PA Wire” align=”alignnone” width=”620″][/media-credit]Guardiola said: “The reason why last time he didn’t play was for other reasons, tactical. What I wanted to do was have Kyle Walker on the right side attacking more than him. That was the plan. Sometimes it works, sometimes not.“I don’t think about that (crowd reaction). Even if that happens – maybe it affects him, maybe not – but being so young, he has to learn about that.“When he has been a player for us for a long time, and hopefully it will be for a long time, sooner or later he will go many times to Anfield.“He grew up there, he has a good memories about his period there. Of course the Liverpool fans want (him) to play bad, and he has played bad but he wants to play good. Normally I don’t do it for that reason.”
Link to post 0 Location:At the foot of the Flatirons, CO Share on other sites Location:DC area 17,998 Sign in to follow this Share on other sites Posted October 18, 2008 Share on other sites Prev 1,118 Members Jungle Jim 23 22,644 I have a few, “modern” Yankee Stadium, the 1976-2008 version and “SBC”/AT&T Park. 17,998 48 I have 4 different ones, and although I’ve never been to three of the stadiums (Polo Grounds, Ebbetts, old Yankee Stadium) I can say from pictures I’ve seen, they are quite accurate. They are also very well made, although some do have weak parts (i.e. flagpoles, ticket booths, light fixtures). As long as you’re not putting anything on top of them, they’re fine. Members Sign in to follow this Location:Philadelphia, PA Share this post Share on other sites BBTV Share this post Piping Free Skunk Duck Studios Share on other sites PhantomDreamer 17,998 JQK 8 Skunk Duck Studios altosax29b Jungle Jim Members Share on other sites Favourite Logos:Hartford Whalers 9,167 posts Link to post Share on other sites I have 6. They are worth it if you are really into stadiums like I am. All Activity Share this post Gothamite Share on other sites Gothamite 0 Members Favourite Logos:Hartford Whalers Members 23 Location:Louisiana Members They are durable (so long as you dont handle them like loaf of bread) and spot-on accurate. I have the Giants Stadium and large Yankee Stadium. Both are remarkable. Sports Logo News Posted October 18, 2008 1,118 1,574 posts Sports Logos Next 53,285 posts BBTV Share on other sites Share this post Link to post Location:Long Island, NY Share this post 8,685 0 Next Link to post Location:Western Hemisphere BBTV 1 altosax29b 23 Members Forums Home 0 How exactly do you handle a loaf of bread? Link to post Location:Western Hemisphere cheo25 Link to post Posted March 7, 2014 Banned Location:San Diego, CA / Parsippany, NJ Sports Logo News Page 1 of 2 Followers 0 Share this post Members 1 15,138 posts 46,550 posts Link to post 15,138 posts Gothamite 299 JQK Link to post njmeadowlanders WSU151 Location:Hill Valley, CA BBTV Favourite Logos:Mariners Star Trident. Utah Jazz music note. Milwaukee Brewers ‘MB’ mitt. White Sox batterman. 1 SportsLogos.Net oo_nrb Share this post 837 0 Posted October 18, 2008 162 T-nerb02 0 2 1,118 @GoldAsIce 162 0 BBTV Link to post 48 Posted October 18, 2008 162 der63 Share on other sites Go To Topic Listing 962 posts njmeadowlanders 162 BBTV 519 posts I have two Danbury Mint stadiums and they’re top-notch. They’re better than other stadiums I’ve seen done by other companies. Share this post 17,998 9,167 posts Share on other sites Share on other sites cheo25 Share on other sites Well if you want to see one really up close and personal, have a look:And I know, I know, its dusty and whatnot, but I’m gonna tend to that now… 1,118 Link to post Anyone have any Danbury Mint replicas? If so, if you could comment on the overall quality in terms of durability, authenticity (how accurate is the stadium), and also (probably most importantly) the quality of the logos and team colors used. I’ve seen a bunch of these that look like they’re not officially licensed, so the manufacturer just used a “close enough” color, and a logo that looks like it was designed by [enter name of anyone whose concepts you think suck]. It looks like Danbury Mint does the best job with these, but I’m trying to decide if they’re worth the $75 + S/H.I have two – Oriole Park and Memorial Stadium (Baltimore). I would strongly suggest securing them to the shelf if in a room with a subwoofer. Memorial Stadium took an unfortunate fall during an intense flying scene in “Flight of the Phoenix.” The second level and a light standard experienced significant damage. I thought of putting a small airplane in the spot as the damage is close to where an actual plane crashed into the upper desk after a Colts game in the 70’s. Anyhow, both yards are now double sided taped on the underneath side to keep them in place. Share this post Initialisms Suck 22,644 Link to post 0 0 62 posts Posted October 18, 2008 I’ve had a Gillette Stadium one for awhile now and it is in great quality. Recommended Posts 17,998 Link to post jWilson4mvp oo_nrb 48 Share this post Share on other sites 17,998 Share on other sites 162 Posted October 18, 2008 17,998 I’ve got the Denver trifecta (New Mile High, Coors Field, and Pepsi Center in Avalanche configuration), and all are incredibly durable and incredibly accurate. As was said above, the most fragile bits are things like flag poles, so just don’t let them near the kids or anything. But it’s a fantastic investment.And to answer your question about logos/colors, I’ve never really noticed anything being “off”. So if they do go with something that is just “close enough”, it’s a close enough that is close enough for me . 837 1 Danbury Mint Stadium Replicas 2,551 posts Anyone have any Danbury Mint replicas? If so, if you could comment on the overall quality in terms of durability, authenticity (how accurate is the stadium), and also (probably most importantly) the quality of the logos and team colors used. I’ve seen a bunch of these that look like they’re not officially licensed, so the manufacturer just used a “close enough” color, and a logo that looks like it was designed by [enter name of anyone whose concepts you think suck]. It looks like Danbury Mint does the best job with these, but I’m trying to decide if they’re worth the $75 + S/H. Posted March 7, 2014 17,487 posts Danbury Mint Stadium Replicas Share this post Posted March 7, 2014 17,998 Share on other sites 23 Sports Logos Share this post Posted October 18, 2008 Favourite Logos:New York Mets Share this post George Bush was still President when this thread came to an end. Obama hadn’t been elected yet. The financial crisis had just started.One day PhantomDreamer’s “Does this really need to be posted??” mental switch will turn on. 22,644 0 1,118 Posted October 18, 2008 2 So then the logos are the real deal? T-nerb02 Location:San Diego, CA / Parsippany, NJ Members Members 8 0 BBM 22,644 Posted October 18, 2008 Initialisms Suck 299 Posted October 18, 2008 five boroughs, one City. 0 Forums Home 0 Members Posted October 19, 2008 1 962 posts Members Members By BBTV, October 18, 2008 in Sports Logo News Share this post Link to post Share this post 1 46,550 posts Posted October 18, 2008 0 Members 0 1 How exactly do you handle a loaf of bread?…like a box of rocks. Link to post I have a Shea Stadium sitting right here. A big fan… jWilson4mvp BBM 1,118 0 Members 0 363 posts 23 Prev This topic is now closed to further replies. der63 6 posts 0 PhantomDreamer Favourite Logos:New York Mets 23 Members Bring Back the Trident 1,489 posts Link to post Share this post All Activity JQK Link to post Posted March 7, 2014 Link to post 0 Share this post Share on other sites 17,998 837 8 Link to post Gothamite It looks like they’re missing a lot of the flag poles in Citizens Bank Park, but maybe it’s just the size of the image that’s making it look that way. I’m going to order one of these, either Citizens Bank Park or Lincoln Financial Field (which features logos, which is why I was asking about that.) After looking at all of the baseball stadiums they offer, I’m kind of wishing that I never stumbled upon their site, because now I want to buy every NL park!Second note – looking at the stadiums from the angles that they feature them on their site, it just confirms my feelings that retractable-dome stadiums (along with full domes) just suck (with the possible exception of Safeco, since it appears to be more like a retractable covering over a real baseball stadium, not a full enclosure.) All of the football ones (especially Reliant) look like crap. altosax29b Share this post Sadly, since this thread began six years ago, Danbury Mint has ceased production of stadium replicas. As a result, some have skyrocketed in price, especially those that were produced in fewer quantities. By searching ebay pretty much every single day for the past three or four years, I was finally able to get all the ones I wanted at a decent price, with “decent” being defined as “quite a bit more than the release price, but quite a bit less than I’ve seen others pay”.I really wish another company would pick up and start making these. If I understand correctly, these weren’t actually manufactured by Danbury Mint, but by some other company. I have no idea what led whomever to stop making them, though.For more reading about these, there is a really long and informative thread at Baseball Fever. 0 Share this post Link to post 22,644 WSU151 8,685 46,550 posts I got a Three Rivers Stadium replica as a gift and it’s very accurate. Not sure if I’d personaly spend $75 on one but it was a gift so I wont complain But the colors and minutia are certainly spot on. Link to post JQK SportsLogos.Net five boroughs, one City. 0 162 8,685 I have 4 different ones, and although I’ve never been to three of the stadiums (Polo Grounds, Ebbetts, old Yankee Stadium) I can say from pictures I’ve seen, they are quite accurate. They are also very well made, although some do have weak parts (i.e. flagpoles, ticket booths, light fixtures). As long as you’re not putting anything on top of them, they’re fine.Yeah, sometimes the flagpoles and lighting are crooked. You can send them in though and get new stadiums if something is broken and they don’t mind. I got the RCA Dome and the Super Bowl banner fell off the roof, and I sent it back and got a perfectly good stadium. 0 0 Posted October 18, 2008 1,155 posts Share this post 0 altosax29b Members njmeadowlanders 53,285 posts Members We can only hope. @GoldAsIce Members 299 Share on other sites Share on other sites Initialisms Suck Posted October 18, 2008 0 Posted October 23, 2008 Posted October 23, 2008 22,644 Followers 0 Location:Philadelphia, PA Share on other sites 0 Page 1 of 2 0 njmeadowlanders Danbury Mint Stadium Replicas
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The Rupununi Football Association (RFA) in partnership with the Guyana Bank For Trade and Industry (GBTI) will stage the finals of the U13 competition tomorrow at the St. Ignatius Ground, Lethem from 14:00hrs. The annual tournament, which began on June 29, will see the participation of 18 clubs from the five sub-districts by the end of the preliminary rounds, which is scheduled for today at 16:00hrs – Central (5), East Central (5), North (4), Deep South (2) and South Central (2).Competing in the finals will be eight clubs, winner and runner-up respectively from Central, East Central and North sub-districts with one club each from Deep South and South Central subdistrict. To date, Basic FC and Paiwomak Warriors FC will represent North Rupununi while Tabatinga FC and Gladiators FC will represent Central District; defending champions Guyana Rush Saints FC was knocked out of the tournament. The other three districts scheduled to complete their preliminary round today at the following venues are: East Central leg at the Yupukari Sports Ground, South leg at the Aishalton Sports Ground and the South Central leg at Shulinab Sports Ground. This is the third year of the tournament, which aims to promote healthy lifestyles and the development of young talent for national selection. “GBTI has been a good corporate citizen and has been supporting football development at various levels including the seniors and U23. The RFA welcomes this partnership towards the development of football in the region and Guyana at large,” said Rayan Farias, RFA’s president.
Rampant West Ham booked a first League Cup semi-final for 20 years after knocking holders Manchester United out of the Carling Cup at snowy Upton Park.Former Red Devil Jonathan Spector was in inspired form, scoring with a header and a close-range finish to notch his first goals in English football.The disjointed visitors, previously unbeaten this season, conceded again as Carlton Cole nodded in after the break.Cole then turned Jonny Evans to fire simply past Tomas Kuszczak.Though Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson predictably did not select his strongest team, the starting XI could still boast the likes of Ryan Giggs, Darren Fletcher and Javier Hernandez.So it still registers as something of a shock that West Ham, bottom of the Premier League, ran out such convincing and deserved winners against the league leaders – especially in light of the Londoners’ poor start to this season. And under-pressure Hammers boss Avram Grant may now insist they are over their bad patch after a performance that was rich in promise, both individually – Nigerian striker Victor Obinna was hugely impressive as he created all four goals – and collectively.The match started fast in freezing conditions, with both teams attacking each other as the play moved swiftly from end-to-end.West Ham could have suffered a dispiriting early deficit but for the heroics of England squad goalkeeper Robert Green, so maligned after his disastrous World Cup campaign.Only seven minutes had passed when Gabriel Obertan burst into space in the box to hammer a powerful low shot towards goal, but Green superbly pushed it onto the post before James Tomkins quickly hacked the ball away to safety.The visitors briefly appeared to take control, with French under-21 winger Obertan causing Julian Faubert problems as he narrowly failed to present Giggs with a simple opportunity to score. Though Radoslav Kovac smashed a decent chance over the bar, the Hammers appeared to be playing firmly on the back foot.Yet Spector took charge of the match in the 15th minute as he brilliantly rampaged through the heart of the visitors’ half, with Anderson’s failure to challenge allowing him to set up Obinna.The Nigerian’s shot nestled in the net after an obvious deflection and Upton Park celebrated what they thought was a goal for a full minute.But, though it looked like the ball had come off United defender Chris Smalling, the referee rightly ruled that it had skimmed off Spector – and disallowed it because he was offside.Minutes later Spector, who made eight first-team appearances for United, gave West Ham the lead. A clever cross from Obinna was hung up perfectly over United’s back-line and the American beat Fletcher to it and looped a well-placed header past Poland’s Kuszczak.West Ham were now winning most of the individual battles and Spector added to the Londoners’ advantage seven minutes before half-time.Once again slaloming through the opposition’s sleepy midfield, Spector popped a sharp pass into the feet of Obinna, who controlled it well under a heavy but futile challenge from a slipping Fabio.Spector then sprinted to collect the loose ball before firing home emphatically from close range with both Smalling and Kuszczak unable to stop him.The visitors tried to respond and Bebe, playing on the right, had a header plucked just from underneath the bar while Green again had to avert danger from under his own bar as Fabio’s cross deflected viciously off Luis Boa Morte. But West Ham had the best remaining chance of the first period, Obinna forcing a superb low stop from Kuszczak after Cole’s knock-down.Ferguson brought on Federico Macheda for the largely ineffective Bebe for the second half, but it made little difference as United’s display remained distinctly below the standards they usually set.Defensively they were especially lacking, and slack marking allowed Obinna to whip over a brilliant cross for Cole to nod a textbook header past Kuszczak for his 50th career goal.The excellent Obinna embarrassed Rafael da Silva, on for his brother Fabio, in the 66th minute with some impressive trickery down the left wing to create West Ham’s third goal.His pass into the middle of the penalty area was controlled well by Cole, who turned Evans with remarkable ease before slotting a low shot home easily. With the snow falling ever heavier, the white match ball was replaced with an orange one before the humbled Evans was replaced by Wes Brown in defence.Giggs then failed to control Fletcher’s clever through-ball when clear while Hernandez headed wide when well placed, summing up United’s misery.Obinna even tried an ambitious free-kick from over 30 yards before the end, displaying the confidence coursing through the veins of a west Ham side which notched their biggest win over United in 80 years.Source: BBC
Related Orange County Sheriff’s Department (LOS ANGELES) — Prosecutors haven’t ruled out hate crime charges in the fatal stabbing of University of Pennsylvania student Blaze Bernstein, Orange County District Attorney Tony Rackauckas said Wednesday.“We are continuing to investigate, looking through all matters of the communication,” he said. “We have an obligation to file charges only if there’s sufficient evidence to prove beyond a reasonable doubt. A hate crime of special circumstance allegation requires that level of proof … if and when we find it, we will amend the charges.”Bernstein, 19, who was gay, was at home in Southern California for winter break when he went missing on Jan. 2. After an extensive search, his body was found on Jan. 9 in the brush surrounding Borrego Park in Foothill Ranch, the Orange County Sheriff’s Department said.The Bernsteins said in a statement earlier this week, “Our son was a beautiful gentle soul who we loved more than anything. We were proud of everything he did and who he was. He had nothing to hide. We are in solidarity with our son and the LGBTQ community. There is still much discovery to be done and if it is determined that this was a hate crime, we will cry not only for our son, but for LGBTQ people everywhere that live in fear or who have been victims of hate crime.”Samuel Woodward — Bernstein’s former classmate at the Orange County School of the Arts — was arrested on Jan. 12 and has been charged with murder.Woodward, 20, allegedly picked up Bernstein from his home the night he went missing, the district attorney’s office said.Woodward — who is 50 pounds heavier than Bernstein — is accused of stabbing him to death and burying his body in the dirt in the perimeter of the park, the district attorney’s office said.The exact time and place of the murder is under investigation, prosecutors said, adding that a motive has not been determined.Prosecutors accuse Woodward of visiting the crime scene days after the murder. They also say Woodward cleaned up the car he used to pick up the Ivy League student.Prosecutors allege Woodward later gave authorities a “false explanation” about abrasions on his arms and dirt on his hands. According to a search warrant affidavit that was obtained by The Orange County Register and later sealed, Woodward allegedly told investigators the abrasions on him were from a “fight club,” the affidavit said.According to the affidavit, Woodward allegedly told investigators that that night at the park, Bernstein left the car and walked off.In the affidavit, Woodward said he waited for an hour for Bernstein to return to the car and then tried to reach him on Snapchat. When that failed, he said he went to his girlfriend’s house and then returned to the park a few hours later to look for Bernstein.Police said, according to the affidavit, during their questioning, Woodward couldn’t remember his girlfriend’s last name or where she lived.Rackauckas said Wednesday the family is “very distraught.”“This was a treasured young man,” he said.The Ivy League student’s mother, Jeanne Pepper Bernstein, tweeted after the arrest, “Revenge is empty. It will never bring back my son.”“My only hopes are that he will never have the opportunity to hurt anyone else again and that something meaningful can come from the senseless act of Blaze’s murder,” she said.Bernstein’s parents later said in a statement, “We are heartbroken.”“When we stop crying we will start doing positive things to affect change,” they said. “We ask that everyone work toward something good. Stop being complacent. Do something now.“In the months to come, as part of our healing process, we too will act to heal the world. That is what Blaze would want,” the Bernsteins said. “We still believe that people are good. We have seen this first hand in the tremendous amount of support we received from people everywhere.”Woodward, charged with murder, is set to appear at a bail hearing later Wednesday. If convicted, the maximum sentence is 26 years to life in state prison.Copyright © 2018, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.Powered by WPeMatico
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STAFF PHOTOGRAPHER ERIC SUCAR Top left: Holmdel High School’s Keira Yonclas, left, and Middletown High School South’s Julia Beck fight for control of the ball as their sticks smack together during the Shore Conference Field Hockey Tournament game held Oct. 23 in Holmdel. The Hornets advanced to the quarterfinals with a 6-0 win. No. 6 seed Holmdel had its Shore Conference Tournament run ended in the quarterfinals by No. 3 seed Freehold High School, 1-0. Top right: Holmdel’s Aimee Minich (r) tries to bring the ball upfield as Middletown South’s Julia Valkos tries to impede her progress during the game.
Appointment of members of Board of Directors in Liberia is one issue that continues to raise alarm, especially with Board members being close friends of the President of Liberia, a statement issued by the Liberia Law Society (LLS) under the signature of its founder and legal consultant, Attorney Samuel Kofi Woods II, has observed.The statement was issued under the theme, “Board Governance: The Quest for Transparency and Accountability.”According to the LLS statement, a past audit conducted by the General Auditing Commission (GAC) on the appointment of members of Board of Directors showed that board members were paid huge fees and other incentives, but did not exercise sufficient authority to help institutions manage waste and safeguard publicresources.According to the statement, “The audit observed that at some entities board members were appointed by an individual who serves as Minister of State for Economic Affairs, with the letter of appointments of these Board members without the input of the President. Board of Directors at entities such as the National Port Authority (NPA), the National Oil Company of Liberia (NOCAL) have failed to protect their institutions from taking decisions that exposed state resources to massive abuse.“The Board of Directors at NOCAL which could not help management to make the entity viable developed a lucrative retirement package for its members and President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf later ordered that the plan be quashed,” it said. The LLS is the latest institution to frown on the activities of Board of Directors of state owned enterprises (SoEs), autonomous commissions and other state institutions.In the statement, the LLS said it wants the Liberia Anti-Corruption Commission (LACC) to look into the issue of Board members receiving double emoluments, serving their respective capacities in government and at the same time receiving compensation for serving as Board members on other agencies. Quoting a recent newspaper publication, the LLS stated that it has gathered that President Sirleaf had instructed the Minister of State for Presidential Affairs to immediately liaise with all chairpersons of Boards of all SoEs to collate and report to her all resolutions which have been passed by these Boards especially on Board fees, benefits and other compensations.The LLS indicated that the pronouncements of the President and the observations of the LACC, if reported correctly, requires further scrutiny to determine whether or not this conduct by Board members constitutes a violation of the Liberian Constitution in respect to the Code of Conduct for Public Officials. According to the LLS, reports that the LACC is also in the process of closing a loophole, which government officials had apparently employed to engage in double dipping practices, is good news, which is needed to resolve some of the debates regarding Article 90 of the Liberian Constitution, Executive Order #38 and the Code of Conduct for Public Officials of 2014.Article 90 of the constitution states in part, “No person holding office shall demand and receive any other perquisites, emoluments or benefits, directly or indirectly, on account of any duty required by government.”“Consistent with LLS interpretation of Executive Order #38, and in anticipation of evoking a resolution of the intent of the Constitution and Executive Order #38, Atty. Woods, while serving as Minister of Public Works, wrote a letter dated November 6, 2012, addressed to the former Executive Chairperson of LACC, Cllr. Frances Johnson-Allison informing her of his decision not ‘to receive both Board and sitting fees as a member of all boards’ to which he was appointed. He did so consistent with his interpretation of Part 9, Section 9.10 of Executive Order #38. He further informed her that his decision took effect as of the date of the signing of Executive Order #38. He agrees that even he must be subject of this scrutiny,” said the LLS statement.The legal group stated that to date it has not seen or heard of any scrutiny or evaluation of the Executive Order in regards to its execution in this respect. The LLS statement furthered, “It might be appropriate for the LACC to provide a full report on the enforcement of the Executive Order and its enforcement. Executive Orders have legal lifespan of one year. It has now been replaced by the National Code of Conduct.”GC, CSA PositionsThe Liberia Law Society decried the recent decision by President Sirleaf and the Ministry of State to collate all resolutions on Board Fees, describing it as misplaced.“In the opinion of the LLS, the recent decision by President Sirleaf to direct the Ministry of State to collate all resolutions on Board Fees, Compensations and other emoluments is misplaced. Existing accountability institutions are well placed to undertake institutional reforms. These institutions, which include the Governance Commission and or Civil Service Agency (CSA), are more suited to address such matters consistent with their mandate and congruous with the reform process,” the LCC said.The group wants the two leading transparency institutions (LACC and GAC) to conduct a comprehensive review of all past and present Board Actions.The statement continued, “In furtherance of this, the LACC and GAC could also take the lead in conducting a comprehensive review of all past and present Board Actions on the issue of Board and sitting fees, emoluments, benefits and compensations. While such a review is being conducted, LLS propose a moratorium on all fees and other forms of compensation until the reform is completed and the relevant provision of the Code of Conduct, especially on double compensation, is properly interpreted.”On the issue of asset declaration LLS stated that it is concerned about the Asset Declaration and Verification processes by the LACC, which commenced in 2012. The LLS stated that it is of the view that the processes were intended to enhance transparency and integrity in public service, but noted that these processes, however, remain inconclusive, with initial reports that some officials refused to comply while others were alleged to have made false declarations.“In light of the foregoing, the LLS proffered that a full audit on the implementation and enforcement of Executive Order #38, especially in relation to the assets declaration and verification process and Board Compensation and a full audit and review of the implementation of the current Code of Conduct for Public Officials,” the statement said. The Law group also wants a comprehensive reform of Public Corporations, adding, “Historically, public service has unfortunately been seen as an opportunity for the abuse of the public purse resulting in the acquisition of ill-gotten wealth. Corporations and their Boards of Directors have perpetuated a system of bleeding and pillaging the public coffer…All attempts at reforms have been ad hoc, at times perfunctory and discriminatory and at worst violate the public trust in their elected and appointed leaders. “Successive governments and including this administration have not resisted the temptation of using Boards as a vehicle to reward friends, to perpetuate cronyism and patronage as well as income generation for supporters and loyalists,” the LLS stated.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)