This year, too, a street art festival called will be held in Vukovar VUKOVART – goes vertical! Co-organized by Vala kulture and the City of Vukovar, as a continuation of last year’s international event VUKOVART – Port of Art 2017.The main goal is to change the image of the city of Vukovar and put it on the maps of European and world contemporary art that will be recognized both in Croatia and in the European Union, and ultimately in the world. The project will change the visual identity of the city, which will be attractive to the residents of Vukovar, but also to tourists who visit this city in increasing numbers. Last year, the aforementioned street art festival proved to be a hit, so this year the story continues with broader and better content.These The festival will host the most successful artists from the world street art scene, and visitors will be able to observe creative processes Marine Capdevile from Spain, Rickey Lee Gordon from South Africa, Vere Bugatti i Fabia Fedelea from Italy, Elle & Pitra from France and two Croatian artists, Cheza and Sarma.Vukovart project – goes vertical! will include the arrangement of 900m2 of walls at 5 locations in Borovo naselje, and the new paintings will cover almost 700m2. The locations that will take on a new look are: Blage Zadre 48 and 175, Hrvatsko vazduhovstvo 19 and Domovinskog rata 38 and 52. The locations were selected based on the obtained consents of the tenants.The project itself is accompanied by many events and visitors will have the opportunity to enjoy video evenings about 3D painting, concerts, free attractive T-shirts and promotional materials and a conversation with artists at the Art Corner, which will be set in the city center. The festival is also intended for families with children, so the youngest creatives will be able to participate in the children’s program Kredica 2 and announce fresh competition to our world artists.The festival is also intended for families with children, so the youngest creatives will be able to participate in children’s program Chalk 2 and to announce fresh competition to our world artists.Visit and make travel packages for Vukovar art festival od May 29 to June 10, and be a part of a new urban tourist story.
Press Association And it was Borthwick-Jackson’s mature performance at the home of United’s bitter rivals that convinced Smalling his defensive colleague can handle the spotlight. “I think he showed he is ready for a stage like this,” the England international told ManUtd.com after the Liverpool game. “He has been drip fed quite a few games this season and he has done very well. To be able to stand up here and perform like he did shows he is ready for any game because if you can perform here then you can perform anywhere in the league.” Injuries have left United depleted in defence this year and Van Gaal has therefore had to use a number of inexperienced players at Old Trafford. However, Smalling insists Borthwick-Jackson’s mentality means he needs little guidance. “I like to talk to the defence no matter who is playing,” the 26-year-old said. “Maybe it’s a case of spurring him on when he does something good just to keep that going, but on the whole he looks after himself because he is a very level-headed guy.” Borthwick-Jackson, 18, has made only half-a-dozen appearances for Louis van Gaal’s side and his only senior starts came at Bournemouth and in the FA Cup against Sheffield United. He began Sunday’s 1-0 win over Liverpool among the substitutes but was called upon by Van Gaal before half-time at Anfield when Ashley Young suffered an injury. Manchester United’s teenage defender Cameron Borthwick-Jackson has already proven he has the mettle to handle the big stage, according to team-mate Chris Smalling.
California State Senator Mark Wyland (R-Escondido) and former State Assemblyman Anthony Portantino (D-Pasadena) were announced as mentors for the Visiting Fellows Program, formerly known as Legislators-in-Residence, by the Jesse M. Unruh Institute of Politics at the Dornsife College of Letters, Arts and Sciences.Across the aisle · California State Senator Mark Wyland (left) and former State Assemblyman Anthony Portantino (right) will serve as mentors in the Visiting Fellows Program of the Jesse M. Unruh Institute of Politics at USC Dornsife. – Carol Kim | Daily TrojanVisiting Fellows is a program that was created last fall through the Unruh Institute, which strives to aid undergraduate students in the field of politics and public policy with the guidance of local elected officials. From their experience in state politics, Wyland and Portantino will offer students an interactive approach to understanding the rigor of shaping public policy by monitoring various events, such as round table discussions and student forums. As mentors of the program, Wyland and Portantino offer a change in discourse for many students. While working closely with state-elected officials, students are encouraged to envision a life of real-world politics, gaining insight and preparation for the future.“It is very important for us that USC students understand that there is a role for young people in politics and public service,” Unruh Institute Director Dan Schnur said. “We want our legislators to give students an understanding of how the political process works, but we also want to make sure that they explain to the students that they don’t have to be 40 or 50 years old to make a difference.”Schnur also said that Wyland and Portantino’s record of bipartisanship will be an asset to the institute.“Not only are Wyland and Portantino very smart and experienced in public service, but they both gained a reputation in the legislature for being able to work across party lines,” he said. “We want USC students to get involved in politics, but we also want them to learn how to work with people with whom they don’t always agree.”Wyland has been in state office since 2000, when he was elected into the California Assembly. In 2006, he was elected senator of the 38th Congressional District, representing San Diego County and parts of Orange County. His passion for K-12 education in California led to his role as vice chair of the Senate Education Committee. Through his role in the Committee, Wyland garners legislative interest to various initiatives in educational reform, such as improvements in charter and public school education. Wyland joins the Visiting Fellows Program with hopes of promoting higher student literacy in public policy and politics.“I think it is important that everyone, certainly students, understand both public policy, politics and forming policy, because it is rarely one or the other,” Wyland said.Portantino, who is also an adjunct professor of political science at USC, returns for his second year as a Visiting Fellows mentor at the Unruh Institute this fall. Portantino is currently teaching a new political science course at Dornsife this fall called “Values Based Political Leadership and Public Policy.”“I want to inspire young people to look at a career in public policy as a place to make a difference — it is an outstanding career path to work on,” Portantino said. “Whether the topic is science, business or the environment, public policy is a place to make a difference and I hope to inspire people to make it their career.”
Slavija – Željezničar 1:120.00 Široki Brijeg – Vitez 16th August:Mladost – Drina 0:2Travnik – Borac 1:2Čelik – Zvijezda 1:1Olimpic – Sloboda 1:0Zrinjski – Radnik 2:0Sarajevo – Velež 1:1 The following are results of 3rd Round of BHT Telecom Premiere League of Bosnia and Herzegovina: (Source: Fena)
Whittlebury Park Golf Club Age Category Name Robert Miller Max Jinks Dominic Chew Rookie 8 yrs & under Kenilworth Golf Club Will Slater Tour 12 to 14 yrs Rookie 9 to 11 yrs Tour 15 to 17 yrs Rookie 8 yrs & under Georgina Sockett Hawkstone Park Golf Club Rookie 8 yrs & under Madeleine Evans Burghill Valley Golf Club Chanon James Jordan Evans Izzy Turner Lutterworth Golf Club Tapton Park Golf Club Holly Waterfield Tapton Park Golf Club Tapton Park Golf Club Burghill Valley Golf Club Whittlebury Park Golf Club Burghill Valley Golf Club Rookie 9 to 11 yrs Caitlin Worth Rookie 8 yrs & under 15 Aug 2014 Talented youngsters win Midlands Regional Skills Final Rookie 9 to 11 yrs Emily Weaver Rookie 8 yrs & under Georgia Lloyd Guy Wilkinson Rookie 8 yrs & under Arnie James Rookie 9 to 11 yrs Golf Club South Kyme Golf Club Jack Barker-Sabido Sophie Weaver Whittlebury Park Golf Club Tour 12 to 14 yrs Rookie 9 to 11 yrs Tour 12 to 14 yrs Sam Barker-Sabido Lutterworth Golf Club Tour 12 to 14 yrs Tour 12 to 14 yrs Kenilworth Golf Club Tour 12 to 14 yrs Tour 15 to 17 yrs Tapton Park Golf Club Cameron Wood Burghill Valley Golf Club The Warwickshire Golf & Country Club hosted 21 boys and girls for the England Golf Midlands Regional Skills Final, supported by FootJoy. The youngsters qualified for the event after competing in two National Skills Challenge events at their home clubs earlier in the year. The boy and girl winners from each age group will now attend the Skills Challenge National Final on Saturday 6th September, at the National Golf Centre in Woodhall Spa, Lincolnshire. They are: Rookie 8 years & under Cameron Wood – Tapton Park Golf Club, Derbyshire Holly Waterfield – Lutterworth Golf Club, Leicestershire Rookie 9 to 11 years Chanon James – Kenilworth Golf Club, Warwickshire Emily Weaver – Burghill Valley Golf Club, Herefordshire Tour 12 to 14 years Joshua Ashton – Tapton Park Golf Club, Derbyshire Georgina Sockett – Burghill Valley Golf Club, Herefordshire Tour 15 to 17 years Robert Miller – Bakewell Golf Club, Derbyshire Meggan Gee – The Warwickshire Golf & Country Club, Warwickshire Russell Lawes, FootJoy Marketing Manager, commented: “Everyone at FootJoy would like to congratulate those players who have managed to progress through to the National Skills final and wish them every success. “We have once again been delighted to support all players who have entered the skills challenge at the varying regional events and wish all players every success with the development of their golf game. “There is a perfect synergy between the National Skills Challenge and FJ’s The Mark of a Player mantra, by teaching the next generation of golfers the key fundamentals which will enhance their enjoyment and understanding of the game of golf.” The England Golf National Skills Challenge, supported by FootJoy, has over 850 golf clubs and 6,500 juniors registered to take part. The Skills Challenge aims to make practice fun for young golfers and consists of 10 activities, which clubs run for their junior players. These support skill development and also provide encouragement to practice. Golf clubs which run Skills Challenge events within two specific dates input their players’ scores onto an online leaderboard, which identifies the juniors who qualify for the regional finals. The Regional Final at The Warwickshire Golf & Country Club turned out to be a real challenge, using the superb practice area, putting green and driving range facilities. For further details on The Warwickshire Golf & Country Club and their facilities click here. FootJoy, the #1 Shoe and Glove in Golf, supports England Golf’s National Skills Challenge and kindly supplies products and prizes to all players who qualify for the Regional and National Finals. For more information on the National Skills Challenge click here. Please find below a list of all participating players from the Midlands Regional Skills Final. Tour 15 to 17 yrs Whittlebury Park Golf Club Kenilworth Golf Club Joshua Ashton Bakewell Golf Club Meggan Gee Tour 15 to 17 yrs The Warwickshire Golf & Country Club
However, he had a few anxious moment before his win was confirmed because he’d failed to score on his last hole. “That gave me panic stations!” he said. “To come here and play in a final at the home of England Golf, and to play well and win, is what dreams are made of.” Click here for full results from the Senior Series final Image copyright Leaderboard Photography Booth is a big fan of the Senior Series, which has offered one-day qualifying events across the country, with the option of a second competition day for members of the England Golf Captains programme. The Series has also had an order of merit attached with the top players also booking places in the final, which was played as part of England Golf Week, an annual celebration of handicap golf. 16 Aug 2017 Alistair is the first Senior Series champion He also tried to qualify for the Captains’ final – which will be played tomorrow – but missed out. Booth, the chairman of Frilford Heath Golf Club, was centenary captain there in 2008. His other golfing interests include a seat on the England Golf Board and in addition he is President of the BB&O (Berks, Bucks & Oxon) Golf Union and the independent Chairman of the Greenkeepers’ Training Committee. Tags: Alistair Booth, Golf Week, Senior Series Frilford Heath’s Alistair Booth is the first winner of the new England Golf Senior Series, claiming the title by the narrowest of margins. He was in a three-way tie after scoring 36 points on the Bracken course at Woodhall Spa, but beat Gillian Curley (Northamptonshire County) and Alan Wilson (Romsey) on countback. The six-handicapper is a keen competitor but is also heavily involved in golf administration and added: “I don’t play as much as I would like and I should practice far more than I do, so my golf blows hot and cold, but today it blew hot.” He set up his score with 20 points over his first nine holes, starting from the 10th.
Gardai who stopped a van found 14 people inside including nine children – none of whom were wearing seat belts.Inspector David Kelly told Letterkenny District Court that Gardai stopped a Transit van at College Road on February 17th, 2011.The van was being driven by mum-of-three Margaret McDonagh, 27, of 109 Meadowbank, Letterkenny. She told Gardai that she was returning from a family wedding and was giving a number of people a lift home.Solicitor Patsy Gallagher told the court that there was no question of speed and that Mrs McDonagh was being very careful.He also said she had not been drinking at the wedding.However Judge Paul Kelly said he took a serious view of the situation considering none of the people under seventeen years of age were wearing safety belts.“The biggest problem here is the risk to the children. She took a serious risk in that someone could have run into the back of her and caused a serious injury,” he said.He fined Mrs McDonagh €100 for allowing a person under seventeen years of age to be driven without a seat belt and took all other charges into consideration.Follow us on www.twitter.com/donegaldailyFollow us on www.facebook.com/donegaldailySell anything on www.donegaldailyclassifieds.comGARDAI LEFT SHOCKED AFTER FINDING FOURTEEN IN VAN – NINE WITHOUT SEATBELTS! was last modified: November 2nd, 2011 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:donegaldaily.comGardailetterkennyseatbelts
Share Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest By Chris ClaytonDTN Ag Policy EditorOMAHA (DTN) — U.S. Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer told senators Tuesday it will take more time working with House Speaker Nancy Pelosi before the Trump administration can submit the U.S. Mexico Canada Agreement to Congress for ratification.Lighthizer testified Tuesday to the Senate Finance Committee. Acknowledging the House needs to take leadership in ratifying the USMCA, Lighthizer said he has worked extensively with Pelosi, D-Calif., to address concerns over environmental and labor standards, as well as enforcement of the new trade deal. Pelosi “has been completely fair and above board,” Lighthizer said.“I think we’re making progress in that and my hope is over the next couple of weeks we will make substantial progress,” Lighthizer added.On other topics, Lighthizer said he’s unsure if tariffs will lead to Chinese trade reforms, but dialogue alone did not prove successful. The ambassador also acknowledged U.S. agriculture is losing market share in Japan because of other trade agreements, but trade talks with Japan are making progress.“The biggest single issue that is troubling to me on that front in the short run particularly is the hit to our farmers because the Japanese have made agreements” with Canada and New Zealand under the Trans Pacific Partnership, as well as Japan’s trade agreement with Europe, Lighthizer said.He added, “We are in a position, thus, where we are treated worse than we were before relative to our strongest competition and that is an unacceptable situation for the United States from our point of view and we are in negotiations and making headway on that score.”USMCAAs a sector of the economy, agriculture has been among the biggest supporters for getting the new trade deal completed. Last week, 950 groups signed on to a letter to congressional leaders calling on Congress to ratify the USMCA. Lighthizer said the new trade deal “is remarkably better” for agriculture, “even though agriculture did relatively well under the old NAFTA.” Lighthizer cited wheat standards and dairy provisions affecting trade with Canada, as well as language on geographical indicators and rules on biotechnology, as all being beneficial to agriculture. Lighthizer added nearly everyone wanted to see changes related to dairy trade.“What was I most lobbied on by members before we fixed it, I would say it was how they treat our dairy,” Lighthizer said. “I had senators from all across the country very concerned about that.”Despite some Democrats saying USMCA doesn’t make dramatic changes to the trade relationships with Canada and Mexico, Lighthizer said USMCA “is a truly great agreement” and his objective would be to get large bi-partisan support out of Congress. Lighthizer said the USMCA would be “significantly more enforceable than last agreements.” Under USMCA, U.S. negotiators made obligations “very specific” on issues such as Mexican labor law.Lighthizer did not have a specific timeframe for when USMCA would be submitted to Congress. The schedule set forth in law states that trade agreements must be introduced at least 30 days before Congress begins formal hearings and committee action. Thus, the window for Congress passing USMCA this summer is becoming smaller.On a call with reporters Tuesday, Senate Finance Committee Chairman Charles Grassley, R-Iowa, also defended Pelosi on the trade deal, saying she has a lot of freshmen members who are not educated on the complexities of a trade deal.“The Senate just has to wait on the House of Representatives,” Grassley said.CHINAJust before the hearing began, President Donald Trump tweeted he would meet with Chinese President Xi Jinping next week. “Had a very good telephone conversation with President Xi of China. We will be having an extended meeting next week at the G-20 in Japan. Our respective teams will begin talks prior to our meeting,” Trump tweeted.Lighthizer said the U.S. is preparing to move ahead with more tariffs on Chinese goods. The USTR is holding hearings this week with businesses testifying on the impacts.“We think we had an untenable situation with China, one [that] frankly should have been addressed a couple of decades ago,” Lighthizer. He added, “Nothing less than the jobs of our children on the line.”Sen. Jon Cornyn, R-Texas, questioned the U.S. unilaterally trying to change Chinese trading practices. Cornyn brought up the Trans Pacific Partnership and said he thinks more work is needed with allies to put pressure on China“When I think about the challenges of China, it seems to me that we need our friends and allies to work with us to counter China and get China in a better place,” Cornyn said. “I frankly am going to be amazed if you are going to get them to make structural changes. I hope you are.”Lighthizer reiterated his view that TPP was a bad deal for the U.S. “It would end a lot of our manufacturing,” he said. The ambassador added that he works a great deal with Japan and the European Union when it comes to the Chinese talks. “The fact is I deal with my allies quite a bit on this,” Lighthizher said.Lighthizer added, “I like where we are and I think joining the TPP would be a mistake.”Sen. John Thune, R-S.D., said one of the big concerns for farmers in his state is permanently losing market share, not just in Mexico and Canada, but also China and Japan, as trade deals stall while other countries complete them.“A lot of other countries are going to leap frog the United States in building these free-trade networks and producers in my state and across the country are going to continue to lose market share,” Thune said.TARIFFSGrassley said he largely supports President Trump’s trade agenda, but Grassley said he does not agree with using tariffs against trading partners, such as the threat of placing tariffs on Mexico over immigration.“I fear that continuing to use tariffs this way will undermine our credibility with trading partners,” Grassley said.Lighthizer later said he thinks the relationship between Mexico and the U.S. will be better when the border is secure.Under questioning from Sen. Bob Menendez, D-N.J., Lighthizer said he had not thought about different scenarios in which the president might threaten tariffs to extract a foreign policy initiative, but Lighthizer defended the president’s ability to use such tools. “If you get to the point where you think it is a national security crisis, you do what you have to do,” Lighthizer said.Chris Clayton can be reached at [email protected] him on Twitter @ChrisClaytoDTN(CZ)© Copyright 2019 DTN/The Progressive Farmer. All rights reserved.
Robredo: True leaders perform well despite having ‘uninspiring’ boss PLAY LIST 02:49Robredo: True leaders perform well despite having ‘uninspiring’ boss02:42PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games01:44Philippines marks anniversary of massacre with calls for justice01:19Fire erupts in Barangay Tatalon in Quezon City01:07Trump talks impeachment while meeting NCAA athletes02:49World-class track facilities installed at NCC for SEA Games Fil-Am fan who asked Klay Thompson to sign toaster invited to Dubs’ victory parade LATEST STORIES What ‘missteps’? 1 dead in Cavite blast, fire This won’t be good for anyone except for those making money off it. Terrible idea. Mayweather will work McGregor like a heavy bag. https://t.co/teaCRxdZbp— T.J. Quinn (@TJQuinnESPN) June 14, 2017 The much-anticipated announcement sent shock waves in social media, with fans and professional athletes alike sharing their two cents on one of the biggest matches ever in combat sports.In true McGregor fashion, the Irish UFC lightweight champion reignited the rivalry by taking a jab at his counterpart’s age.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSSEA Games: Biñan football stadium stands out in preparedness, completionSPORTSPrivate companies step in to help SEA Games hostingSPORTSMalditas save PH from shutout Floyd/Pac had 4.4 million. I’ve seen estimates as high as 5.0 million for Mayweather-McGregor. seems like it will be close at least. https://t.co/FnukVWxw86— Cork Gaines (@CorkGaines) June 14, 2017 Mayweather v McGregor will last two rounds. Three, maybe, but only if Floyd wants it to. pic.twitter.com/iNe1T6Grzj— Rob AF. (@RobForbesDJ) June 14, 2017 Several athletes, on the other hand, expressed their desire to participate in the historic card, including retired NFL-wide receiver Chad Johnson and UFC Heavyweight Champion Stipe Miotic, who called out his boxing counterpart Anthony Joshua.I want to fight on Mayweather-McGregor undercard— Chad Johnson (@ochocinco) June 14, 2017 — #UFC214 #LetsGoChamp (@criscyborg) June 14, 2017Others, meanwhile, weighed in on the blockbuster fight’s effect on boxing’s future. /raThere’s no way Conor vs. Floyd on August 26 doesn’t hurt Canelo vs. GGG three weeks later. Mac vs. May is obviously the bigger fight.— Damon Martin (@DamonMartin) June 14, 2017 Ethel Booba on hotel’s clarification that ‘kikiam’ is ‘chicken sausage’: ‘Kung di pa pansinin, baka isipin nila ok lang’ Hey @anthonyfjoshua let’s have a proper tussle and still have time for tea and crumpets before the main event! #MayweatherMcGregor— Stipe Miocic (@stipemiocicufc) June 14, 2017Elite female striker Chris “Cyborg” Justino also expressed her desire to face female boxing champion Cecilia Brækhus in the undercard.Imagine @FloydMayweather vs @TheNotoriousMMA #MayweatherMcGregor with @criscyborg vs @1LadyCecilia on the #lasvegas event! @MayweatherPromo https://t.co/HLq18LYhDR Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Lacson: SEA Games fund put in foundation like ‘Napoles case’ Heart Evangelista admits she’s pregnant… with chicken After almost a year of endless teasing, the Conor McGregor versus Floyd Mayweather Jr. crossover bout is finally set in stone.READ: Mayweather, McGregor agree to August super fightADVERTISEMENT THE FIGHT IS ON. pic.twitter.com/KhW0u3jRft— Conor McGregor (@TheNotoriousMMA) June 14, 2017Pundits, meanwhile, are already questioning McGregor’s chances, this being his first professional boxing match. The fact that he’ll be facing an undefeated defensive tactician only made people doubt his chances of victory even more.ADVERTISEMENT World’s 50 Best Restaurants launches new drinking and dining guide Heart Evangelista admits she’s pregnant… with chicken WATCH: Firefighters rescue baby seal found in parking garage Man, much respect to Floyd Senior still getting a few rounds in at the gym. I hope I can still train at that age.Respect. pic.twitter.com/Q2jv4Lffgd— Conor McGregor (@TheNotoriousMMA) June 13, 2017 Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next MOST READ McGregor is going to get battered, I reckon. Tbf though, I’d let Mayweather knock me out for a few million. https://t.co/L03DBwoxF9— Kirk McKeand (@MckKirk) June 14, 2017Twelve rounds of defensive boxing with Connor throwing hard and missing a lot. The build up will be fun though! https://t.co/UpXY55x3OH— Dan Hardy (@danhardymma) June 14, 2017 View comments
COLUMBUS, OH – SEPTEMBER 27: Ohio State Buckeyes fans cheer on their team against the Minnesota Golden Gophers on September 27, 2008 at Ohio Stadium in Columbus, Ohio. (Photo by Jamie Sabau/Getty Images)A couple of Ohio State’s best players, Cardale Jones and Michael Thomas, took to Twitter this morning to voice their opinions on a social matter. The Buckeyes’ quarterback and wide receiver each published a series of tweets regarding the #BlackLivesMatter movement. While college football players (and most of the population) would probably be better off not ever going on Twitter, it was nice to see two of the sport’s premier players speak their minds. This apparently upset some of Ohio State’s fan base, as Jones and Thomas were both told by Twitter users to stop talking and just worry about the 2015 season. Jones, Thomas and Buckeye quarterback Stephen Collier then used Twitter to call out these fans. Cool it.. We can’t afford the NCAA suspending you https://t.co/bP2TJ9EqtJ— Smash Williams (@matteojustquit) July 23, 2015This my Twitter my voice so mind yah business buddy.. Thank you https://t.co/yon6DFmOK2— Mike Thomas (@Cantguardmike) July 23, [email protected] Sorry Mr master, I aints allow to tweet nothing but foolsball stuff I donts want you think I more than a foots ball playa sir— Cardale Jones (@CJ12_) July 23, 2015Ignorant. https://t.co/HtVjQSG1SH— Stephen Collier (@S13Collier) July 23, 2015One thing about your own opinion, ITS YOURS!— Cardale Jones (@CJ12_) July 23, 2015Every college football fan base has its share of psychos, so this is not an indictment on the type of people who root for Ohio State. Keep speaking your mind, Cardale and Michael.