In order to inform visitors, a free tourist guide Međimurje was published, in which the latest and most useful information about this county was collected for the third year in a row. It contains important telephone numbers and other practical information and introduces the reader to the most important attractions of Međimurje’s popular destinations, and in addition to the print edition, it is also available online.Međimurje has become the most popular continental destination in Croatia, and numerous natural beauties, cultural attractions, various events and a revived tradition are the reasons why every visitor gladly returns to Međimurje and records a constant number of visitors every year. “With the various attractions and facilities in Međimurje that we have and offer, if we add to that the hospitality and kindness of the hosts, about which word has spread far and wide, you will get a real tourist experience. This is exactly the ultimate goal and direction in which Međimurje County strives to move and succeeds”They point out from the Tourist Board of Međimurje County and add that by leafing through the guide, tourists can choose the way they want to spend an active vacation, the event they want to visit or decide which institution to visit.The guide was published in cooperation with LifeClass Terme Sveti Martin, the Tourist Board of Međimurje County, the Tourist Boards of Sveti Martin na Muri, Nedelišće, Štrigova and Prelog, and is available in Croatian and German. It can be downloaded for free from internet and in printed form in tourist boards throughout the county and in LifeClass Terme Sveti Martin.
Finance Minister, Audley Shaw phone bill a whopping JMD$8 MillionFollowing public outcry after it was revealed that Jamaica’s finance minister Audley Shaw racked up a J$8.3 million cell phone bill, Prime Minister Andrew Holness has announced that all Cabinet ministers will take responsibility for their telephone bills.Following an emergency meeting of the island’s cabinet at Gordon House in Kingston on Tuesday, Holness said the situation is unacceptable and must be addressed immediately.During the meeting Holness ordered an audit of all cell phone bills of Ministers and State Ministers to confirm the accuracy of information in the public domain.Jamaica Prime Minister Andrew HolnessHolness admitted that there was no standard, clear and consistent policy being applied across government regarding the treatment of communication expenses for Ministers.Read More: Jamaican Government reduces property tax ratesThe Prime Minister has directed the Ministry of Finance to review the respective policies for the provision of communication services including cell phones, operating in the various Ministries. This is to allow Cabinet to make a comprehensive decision on how communication services and expenses for Ministers are treated. Below is a copy of Audley Shaw’s phone bill from April 2016 to March 2017.A copy of Audley Shaw phone bill from April 2016 to March 2017Should phone bills be capped?In the interim, he instructed that cellular phone expenses be capped. The Ministry of Finance has been tasked to advise the Prime Minister, within a week on the appropriate amount for the cap. Any amount exceeding the cap should, therefore, be the responsibility of the respective Ministers unless otherwise approved by the Permanent Secretary.The Cabinet members have agreed that public concerns about the level of some bills are valid.Read More: Income Tax threshold increase for JamaicansIn furtherance of their Ministerial responsibility to be frugal with the public purse, notwithstanding that most of the costs incurred would have been in pursuit of the Government’s business, they have committed to reimburse the Government retroactively the difference between actual bill and the capped amount to be determined and imposed.In the meantime, the Minister of Science, Energy and Technology is being mandated to enter into discussions with telecommunications providers to devise standard cell phone and data packages for Government Ministers.
When Friday night rolled around, “The Miracle Man” stepped into the ring and saw an opponent who looked more like a cruiserweight, according to Jacobs.Still, Jacobs worked behind the jab and softened up the body, slowing down an already out-of-shape Chavez until he busted the nose of the boxing legend’s son in the fifth round. That, seemingly, was enough for Chavez to quit on his stool, giving Jacobs a fifth-round TKO victory at the Talking Stick Resort Arena in Phoenix, and live on DAZN.Join DAZN and watch more than 100 fight nights a yearRaucous fans in the arena booed and threw objects into the ring at Chavez, clearly upset that the Mexican fighter quit instead of persisting. Chavez had to be rushed out by security, which attempted to shield him from fans’ projectiles.”He quit on his stool,” Jacobs told DAZN’s Chris Mannix following the win as his camp did its best to protect him from the items being hurled into the ring.”I’m from Brownsville — I never ran and I never will,” the Brooklyn native continued, “but I’m going to duck these beer cans.”I know they’re not mad at me. They’re mad at Chavez.”DAZN’s broadcast team reported that Chavez’s trainer, Freddie Roach, claimed his charge had suffered a broken nose and had trouble breathing, which prompted him to quit, but Chavez himself seemed to be complaining about a possibly fractured hand.After the bout, Mannix tweeted:Just talked to Chavez Jr. Says he broke his nose. Said Jacobs kept elbowing him and head butting him. Says Jacobs didn’t beat him, his illegal shots did. Interview posting soon on @DAZN_USA— Chris Mannix (@SIChrisMannix) December 21, 2019Whatever the case, the unpredictable Chavez came out aggressively, lunging with his big right hook. Jacobs, however, asserted his jab by the second round and worked behind it to break down Chavez’s body. In the fourth round, Jacobs landed his best punch of the night — an overhand right that rocked Chavez flush in the head. A brief firefight broke out during the round’s waning seconds as Jacobs yelled “Let’s go!” in Chavez’s face.Chavez did land a solid shot in the fifth round, but Jacobs instantly countered it and bloodied his opponent’s nose. That marked the beginning of the end. Chavez told the referee between the fifth and sixth rounds that he had had enough.Jacobs dedicated the victory to late boxer Patrick Day.Julio Cesar Martinez sensational in ninth-round TKO of Cristofer Rosales to win WBC flyweight championIf you aren’t familiar with Martinez, it’s time to get familiar, quickly. The 24-year-old Mexican fighter was absolutely scintillating Friday as he fluidly switched between orthodox and southpaw stances to pummel Rosales with multiple-punch combinations and pinpoint accuracy. Julio Cesar Chavez Jr. remains one hell of a wild card in boxing, with the last 48 hours serving as further proof.Daniel Jacobs was supposed to be making his super middleweight debut against him Friday, but Chavez tipped the scales five pounds overweight the day before, forcing the two camps to agree to a 173-pound catchweight. Martinez gets the stoppage to win the WBC belt 💥 #JacobsChavezJr pic.twitter.com/JhqqI7AZIc— DAZN USA (@DAZN_USA) December 21, 2019He repeatedly found a home for his looping left uppercut, which was a devastating weapon throughout the fight. Martinez used it to string together combinations. Martinez eventually unloaded an onslaught of unanswered punches with Rosales against the ropes until the referee stepped in. The fight could have been stopped during the seventh; Martinez was that effective. He seems to be a star in the making.Maurice Hooker blasts Uriel Perez for first-round TKO; catchweight of 144 pounds”Mighty Mo” uncorked a sweeping right hook that knocked Perez’s equilibrium silly and added a few more heavy-handed rights before the ref saved the Mexican fighter from taking any further punishment. Mighty Mo with the first-round KO 💪 #JacobsChavezJr pic.twitter.com/HnjnJ3aeN2— DAZN USA (@DAZN_USA) December 21, 2019Zero problems for Hooker, who was fighting at a catchweight in his first bout since losing the WBO super lightweight title to Jose Ramirez in July. Although he moved up in weight, Hooker repeatedly said, “I just want my belt back,” referring to how he wants to reclaim a 140-pound title.
“It’s just great for the franchise, for the history of the team,” said Smith. “He played his last three years in New York. … It’s great to see in the record book that was achieved with New York and with the Rangers.””MSG has so many great bits of history … there’s hidden trivia all over the place,” added Richter. “It’s old, it’s just got great history in all sports but Wayne just keeps making those records. And of course, this was against the Islanders so what better? The guy who has had his own rivalries across his whole life walks right in and becomes an important part of the rivalry that we have had for decades.”Twenty-one years ago Wayne Gretzky did something he did his entire life with poise and ease: NHL goal No. 894, career goal No. 1,072 and game-winning NHL goal No. 91. https://images.daznservices.com/di/library/sporting_news/2/d2/wayne-gretzky-program-new-york-rangers-032920-jackie-spiegel_1dyyg6o0291ih1io25raogqp5s.jpg?t=665620569&w=500&quality=80 From puck drop, it was a back-and-forth contest with Adam Graves giving the Rangers a 1-0 lead before Mariusz Czerkawski evened things up just over five minutes later.Then, late in the third period, a moment for the record books.Rangers captain Brian Leetch got the puck on net from above the blue line that Isles netminder Wade Flaherty steered to the boards. Trevor Linden, the other New York captain, grabbed the puck but under pressure from John MacLean coughed it up to Gretzky. “The Great One” got an initial shot off before knocking in the loose puck in the crease and adding his name to another milestone.The Garden crowd jumped to its feet in celebration and cheered for his ninth goal of the season. As is the norm in Manhattan, with the crowd singing “The Goal Song” and with his teammates swarming, a graphic went up on the screen: Wayne Gretzky has just passed Gordie Howe with his 1,072nd professional goal (WHA & NHL), including playoffs.”Obviously at the time you didn’t know it was going to be his last goal,” noted Mike Richter, who was the Rangers goalie that night, to Sporting News. “That’s crazy. Somebody once said that ‘great players write great scripts’, and Wayne always did, I mean, like no one else, right?”When you’re as good as he is there’s so many records to fall, there’s gonna be so many cool moments like that. It’s pretty impressive … He’s obviously gifted on so many levels but he takes the puck to the front of the net there — and most of his goals are dazzling things you know — but he was also just smart enough to hang out where the pucks was going to go, as everybody knows about him. “That would be almost a garbage goal, finds the rebound in front of the net and chips it in like Phil Esposito used to do. He was scoring every way possible, I guess if you’re gonna have those types of records you’re gonna have to because that’s just such an incredible number of goals to be scored.”It would be weeks before anyone knew that Gretzky was officially hanging his skates up after the Rangers’ last game of the season. In fact, the media and fans didn’t find out until two days beforehand as he didn’t want the fanfare.And while he only scored nine goals that last season — of course the No. 9 was involved — each one was magical. That last one, under the bright lights of Broadway on one of the NHL’s biggest stages for an Original Six team. For the last few weeks (and even the last few months), any time the name Wayne Gretzky has been mentioned it coincided with that of Washington Capitals star Alex Ovechkin.”Will ‘The Great 8’ be able to catch ‘The Great One’?” “Can Ovi accomplish such a remarkable feat?”MORE: Can ‘The Great 8’ catch Wayne Gretzky?The number is quite lofty: 894.Eight hundred and ninety-four times Wayne Gretzky buried the puck into the opposition net. Eight hundred and ninety-four times he electrified the hometown crowd and the visiting ones, too. Eight hundred and ninety-four times he scored a goal — and that was just in the NHL’s regular season.It seems like forever ago we last saw that lanky kid from Brantford, Ont., skate up the ice in his flimsy Jofa helmet with the jersey tucked into his pants on one side and bury the puck; 21 years ago Sunday to be exact.—The 1998-99 season was not a kind one for the New York Rangers. After a magical run to the Eastern Conference finals in 1997 that was, in fact, powered by Gretzky, the team slipped and, after a 25-win season, was again far outside the playoff picture.But regardless of the year’s disappointing outcome, having Gretzky wear Ranger blue made every game special.”I always thought that if you put Wayne Gretzky on the Rangers it would be like having the Babe Ruth on the Yankees, which of course was reality, but there was that legendary thing of Babe Ruth on the Yankees, maybe the best player in baseball being on the most iconic team in the biggest city and that’s how I felt it was going to be with Gretzky,” former Rangers general manager Neil Smith told Sporting News. “It would be an amazing thing for New York to have the greatest player ever play in their uniform and that’s how I always felt the whole time he was playing, the whole three years. Every time I looked down and saw hat he was in that uniform I sort of looked twice, to go like, ‘oh my god he really is in the Rangers jersey and it’s Wayne Gretzky.'”Hopefully the Ranger fans understood while he was with us, his status within the history of the game, and enjoyed every minute that he played for the Rangers and that they’re really seeing history when they were watching him.”So a meaningless Monday night game in March at Madison Square Garden against the arch-rival New York Islanders instantly became a historic and groundbreaking one.
Share Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest All-new row unit designed for high-speed planting and precise placement for fast, uniform emergence Case IH announces the award-winning 2000 series Early Riser planter featuring an all-new row unit. Building on a tradition of Agronomic Design, these rugged new planters have been engineered to operate at higher speeds to deliver fast and uniform emergence. The new planter has already been recognized with the agricultural engineering community’s prestigious AE50 award for 2016.“After years of customer feedback and extensive engineering development, we are proud to announce a new generation of smart planting technology,” said Tony McClelland, planter marketing manager, Case IH. “This new Early Riser planter series provides the first factory integration of Precision Plantingcomponents in North America, resulting in what we believe is the industry’s most accurate planter. But make no mistake, we didn’t just put a new meter on our current toolbars. This is an all-new row unit designed by Case IH with toolbars engineered to deliver top accuracy at higher speeds.”Competitive test-plot research showed that the new Early Riser planter delivered more accurate seed placement and faster emergence at high speeds than comparable competitive models.“The results are clear,” said McClelland. “We outyielded our competition. Whether planting laser-straight rows at 10 miles per hour, or a contoured field, the new Early Riser planter was consistently accurate. Furthermore, the new rugged design demonstrated outstanding durability and reliability.”All-new, best-in-class rugged row unit — delivering speed, precision and performance Built with heavy-duty cast components, the 2000 series stands up to high speeds and tough, fast-changing conditions. An industry-leading 26-inch toolbar clearance, plus a 60% increase in vertical row-unit travel, helps accommodate uneven terrain without sacrificing accurate seed depth and consistent closing.Where seed meets soil, larger and heavier Earth Metalblades provide long-lasting durability. An agronomic offset design allows the leading opener to slice through tough crop residue and ensures proper seed-to-soil contact, while self-adjusting mud scrapers ensure consistent performance in heavy, wet soils.Exclusive trailed gauge wheels with soil-relief grooves help row units ride better in rough seed bed conditions while minimizing sidewall compaction. All this leads to a more consistent seed bed, uniform germination and earlier emergence. Aligning the gauge wheels alongside offset openers provides better results, no matter the soil type.New, larger inverted closing disks provide gentle and consistent soil coverage back over the seed. Then the press wheel ensures the proper seed-to-soil contact necessary for uniform germination and emergence. An in-cab adjustment option can fine-tune closing disk down-pressure to suit different field conditions.Integrated game-changing technology delivers precise seed placement As the only planter designed and built with integrated Precision Planting components, producers can realize next-generation planting technology — direct from the factory.“While others in the marketplace may offer some of these components, only the 2000 series Early Riser planter was designed to integrate Precision Planting technology with the industry’s most agronomically designed row unit,” said McClelland.Developed specifically for the 2000 series Early Riser planter, the all-new seed meter and electric drive deliver accurate and consistent seed singulation, populations and in-row spacing for a variety of crop types. The vSet 2 meter and vDrive electric drive systems offer precise seed metering and curve compensated spacing with the simplicity of tool-free crop changes and adjustments. Additionally, the new minihopper and its single air-intake screen is easy to access and clean.“The electric meter and DeltaForce allow each row unit to function like a single row planter,” added McClelland. “Every row unit reacts automatically to its own particular conditions, from curve compensated spacing, to an automatic up/down force system for precise depth control.” In addition, row-by-row shut-offs for seed, liquid fertilizer and chemical can greatly reduce input costs and create even greater efficiencies.For the most accurate seed delivery and placement, the 2000 series Advanced Seed Delivery option includes the new SpeedTube. Available for corn and soybeans, it uses a flighted belt delivery to control the seed from the meter to the furrow, eliminating the drop and tumble variability of traditional gravity drop tubes — especially at high speeds. The SpeedTube belt moves at a rate that increases and decreases with planter speed, ensuring optimal seed spacing. Furthermore, a SpeedTube planter can be easily transformed to conventional seed tubes for additional crop-type versatility, with no tools required.Tailored, flexible and dependable The new Early Riser planter in-cab controls offer complete customization. Producers can choose between the total planter control of Advanced Seed Information, available with a single screen through the Case IH Advanced Farming Systems (AFS) Pro 700 display, or the FieldViewwith the 20/20 SeedSense options available from Precision Planting.Designed for simplicity and serviceability, the new Early Riser planter features fewer parts than previous models, which means easier operation and less maintenance. “We engineered this planter so producers can spend more of their day planting,” said McClelland. “A streamlined design makes service access easy and simplifies adjustments.”The new Early Riser planter makes switching between crops quick and easy. A simple, accessible T-handle depth adjustment makes changing seeding depth in 1/8-inch increments quick and easy. An indexing system provides consistency across all row units, and an alphanumeric scale makes it easy to confirm all row units are set at the same depth.2016 AE50 award recognizes innovationThe new Early Riser 2150 planter has already been selected to receive the prestigious 2016 AE50 award from the American Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineers (ASABE). ASABE annually recognizes the most innovative products that will best advance engineering for the agricultural industry with the AE50 awards.First public reveal at National Farm Machinery Show 2016The first of the new 2000 series Early Riser planter models, the Early Riser 2150 model, will debut at the National Farm Machinery Show in Louisville in February. Producers attending Commodity Classic in New Orleans in March will also be able to see the new planter and discuss features with Case IH representatives. First models, which include 12-, 16- and 24-row 30-inch front fold machines, will be available for the 2017 planting season.A planter to match every farmMcClelland indicates that while the new Early Riser 2150 will represent the latest planter technology available, not all producers will want to invest in these advancements. Case IH will still be producing the benchmark of all planters, the cost-efficient Early Riser with ASM (Advanced Seed Meter) technology. “In addition, there will be the option to order the current Early Riser planter factory-ready for integration with Precision Planting components,” said McClelland.The three options of planting technology ensure that Case IH is addressing the needs of every producer’s individual planting needs.For more information, visit your local Case IH dealer or www.caseih.com/newearlyriser.
Western Uttar Pradesh proved to be a mixed bag for both the BJP and the Samajwadi Party-Bahujan Samaj Party-Rashtriya Lok Dal alliance. Out of 18 seats in the region, the BJP has taken decisive lead in nine constituencies while the alliance candidates are leading in six. Three could still go either way.The caste arithmetic worked in some places, while in others the BJP’s Hindutva agenda blunted the ‘bua-bhatija’ chemistry. Saharanpur, from where both U.P. Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath and the alliance leaders launched their respective campaigns, has voted in favour of the BSP’s Fazlur Rehman who has built a lead of over 23,000 votes over the BJP’s sitting MP, Raghav Lakhanpal. In contrast, Kairana, which had become the symbol of the opposition unity when Tabassum Hasan won the bypoll last year, is supporting the lotus this time. BJP’s Praveen Kumar has built a formidable lead of over 89,000 votes. The sugar bowl of Meerut, Muzaffarnagar and Baghpat is seeing a tough fight between the BJP and the alliance candidates. In Muzaffarnagar, RLD chief Ajit Singh, who made it a prestige fight by calling it his last election, is locked in a close contest with BJP’s sitting MP Sanjeev Balyan who emerged as a formidable Jat leader during the Muzaffarnagar riots.In Baghpat, where Mr. Ajit Singh’s son Jayant Chaudhary is taking on sitting MP Satyapal Singh, fortunes fluctuated the entire day. In Meerut, BJP’s Rajendra Agrawal defeated BSP’s Haji Yakub Qureshi by a small margin of 4,729 votes. In neighbouring Bijnor, BSP’s Malook Nagar is cruising, while in Nagina, BSP’s Girish Chandra has humbled BJP’s sitting MP Yashwant Singh by 1,66,832 votes. In the Moradabad belt, S.T. Hasan has defeated BJP’s Sarvesh Singh.Easy win for Azam KhanAfter all the pre-poll diatribe, SP veteran Azam Khan easily countered the Jaya Prada challenge in Rampur. BSP’s Kunwar Danish Ali’s shift from Karnataka proved fruitful as he won the Amroha seat comfortably. Shafiqur Rehman Barq of the SP is leading in Sambhal.In Ghaziabad and Noida, Union Ministers V.K. Singh and Mahesh Sharma are on their way to cross the winning margins of 2014. The caste chemistry of SP-BSP-RLD did not work in reserved constituencies with both Bulandshahr and Hathras going to the BJP. In Aligarh, Satish Gautam of the BJP has comprehensively defeated BSP’s Ajit Baliyan. The party’s star face Hema Malini is set to win Mathura again and S.P.S. Baghel is retaining Agra for the BJP after initial hiccups.
UPLB exempted from SEA Games class suspension MOST READ Man sworn in as lawyer by judge who sentenced him to prison as a teen 20 years ago Read Next Daniel Parantac. AFP File PhotoKUALA LUMPUR — For the past two Southeast Asian Games, Daniel Parantac was the epitome of silent efficiency.The 26-year-old Parantac, champions in wushu’s forms events taijijian and taijiquan, has brought gold medals to the country in the Singapore and Napyidaw editions.ADVERTISEMENT LATEST STORIES SEA Games in Calabarzon safe, secure – Solcom chief Gilas cadets kick off title defense vs tough Thais Catriona Gray spends Thanksgiving by preparing meals for people with illnesses PH billiards team upbeat about gold medal chances in SEA Games PLAY LIST 03:07PH billiards team upbeat about gold medal chances in SEA Games05:25PH boxing team determined to deliver gold medals for PH02:49World-class track facilities installed at NCC for SEA Games00:50Trending Articles01:35Panelo suggests discounted SEA Games tickets for students03:04Filipino athletes share their expectations for 2019 SEA Games00:45Onyok Velasco see bright future for PH boxing in Olympics02:25PH women’s volleyball team motivated to deliver in front of hometown crowd01:27Filipino athletes get grand send-off ahead of SEA Games He is again expected to carry Team Philippines when wushu events jianshu, gunshu and taijijian — all forms disciplines but with different weapons — unfurl Sunday with five golds medals at stake.Joining him in the hunt are Thorton Quiney, Kimberly Macuha and Norlence Ardee Catolico.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSWATCH: Drones light up sky in final leg of SEA Games torch runSPORTSSEA Games: Philippines picks up 1st win in men’s water poloSPORTSMalditas save PH from shutoutWushu is hoping to once again be a gold mine in the SEA Games after producing only one gold and four silvers in Singapore two years ago. LOOK: Venues for 2019 SEA Games WATCH: Streetboys show off slick dance moves in Vhong Navarro’s wedding Brace for potentially devastating typhoon approaching PH – NDRRMC Flags of SEA Games countries raised at Athletes Village Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. View comments
Indian hockey team went down 1-4 to South Korea in what was their fourth loss in a row. Reason enough for chief coach Michael Nobbs to feel dejected and disappointed.In an online interview with Mail Today Sports Editor S. Kannan, Nobbs minces no words on India’s poor show at the London Olympics.Q. How would you sum up the team’s performance till now?Nobbs: Very disappointing maybe the first three games have taken their toll on our ability to believe in ourselves.Q. You had talked of the first three matches being tough, but does a huge loss to South Korea also hurt?Nobbs: Yes we played well for the first 50 minutes of the game and let ourselves down by not taking our chances either in front of goals or from the penalty corner area.Q. Then role played by Sandeep Singh seems dubious. Is it pressure or something unusual that he is unable to convert the penalty corners?Nobbs: Well it looks like he may have succumbed to the pressure as up until this he had a 82% success rate and now some of his corners almost fail to make the goal line as what happened again today.Q. How do you think you can lift the morale of the team in such a bleak scenario?Nobbs: We can only keep working on what we do, these are supposed to be international players, our young players are playing well and don’t have that fear. I think we really need to remember that even though it hasn’t been any performance that I would find acceptable we haven’t been at this level for 8 years and we have had a good season so far up until this tournament. We will still need to make changes and bring more of your youth into the program if we are to get better.advertisement
TagsTransfersAbout the authorCarlos VolcanoShare the loveHave your say DONE DEAL: AC Milan formally announce signing of Lucas Paquetaby Carlos Volcano10 months agoSend to a friendShare the loveAC Milan have formally announced the signing of Lucas Paqueta from Flamego.The Brazilian’s move has been settled for some time, with a €35m deal agreed back in October.On Thursday the Rossoneri have deposited his contract with the Lega Serie A, meaning he’s now officially eligible to play for them.Paqueta could make his debut in the Supercoppa Italiana against Juventus, which will be held in Suadi Arabia on January 16.
Lille join growing interest for Chelsea fullback Bababy Paul Vegas10 months agoSend to a friendShare the loveThe interest in Chelsea fullback Abdul Rahman Baba is growing.With Schalke cutting short Baba’s loan six months early, the Ghana international is fielding new offers from across Europe.Chelsea are happy for Baba to move out on a temporary deal again this month.And Revier Sport says Lille are the latest club to express interest in a loan deal.Baba has also attracted enquiries from Villarreal and Girona in recent days. TagsTransfersLoan MarketAbout the authorPaul VegasShare the loveHave your say