Herm�s

17 Jul 19
College Football News

[jwplayer PkCtjTd4-boEY74VG] What are the five key questions going into the season that need to be asked at Pac-12 football media days? – Contact/Follow @ColFootballNews & @PeteFiutak – CFN Preview 2019: All 130 Team Previews Pac-12 Team Previews, 5 Things To Know North Cal | Oregon | Oregon State Stanford | Washington | Washington State South […]

16 Jul 19
A disciple's study

~ Keith Haney Former heavyweight boxer James (Quick) Tillis is a cowboy from Oklahoma who fought out of Chicago in the early 1980s. He still remembers his first day in the Windy City after his arrival from Tulsa. “I got off the bus with two cardboard suitcases under my arms in downtown Chicago and stopped […]

10 Jul 19
The Denver Post
Not many expected Arizona State to be in contention for a bowl game, much less the Pac-12 South title a year ago. With the uncertainty of Herm Edwards’ first season as a college head coach and some talent losses from the year before, many pundits penciled the Sun Devils into last place in the division. ASU didn’t win the South, but did surprise many with a winning season that included a trip to the Las Vegas Bowl. This month, BuffZone.com is previewing each of Colorado’s opponents, with this installment focusing on ASU, which will host the Buffaloes in Tempe, Ariz., on Sept. 21. [related_articles location=”right” show_article_date=”false” article_type=”automatic-primary-tag”] Despite no experience at quarterback, losing a first-round NFL draft choice at receiver and having some holes to fill on the defensive line, expectations are a bit higher this year for the Sun Devils, who finished a game behind Utah in the South. “We’re going in the right direction, which is a good thing,” Edwards said at the end of spring drills. While hiring Edwards – who hadn’t coached in a decade and hadn’t been in the college game since 1989 – was criticized and viewed as unconventional, the Sun Devils were fairly steady through last season and seem to have a solid foundation for this year. At quarterback, however, three-year starting quarterback Manny Wilkins has graduated, leaving the Sun Devils with virtually no experience. Junior Dillon Sterling-Cole threw just two passes last year and knows the offense, but also has plenty of competition. Three true freshmen enrolled early and competed in spring, led by Jayden Daniels. The competition for the starting job will go into the fall and appears to be mainly between Sterling-Cole and Daniels. “It’s still competition,” Edwards said of that position at the end of spring. “You see some bright spots and you see some ‘oh no,’ and that’s the way it is with young guys. That’s the great part about it. They’re all very eager to learn.” While quarterback is a major question mark, the Sun Devils are in good shape around that position. Running back Eno Benjamin racked up an ASU-record 1,642 yards in 2018, while scoring 16 touchdowns and also catching 35 passes. He’s one of the top running backs in the country. ASU also features a veteran offensive line that includes four returning starters. All five projected starters saw the field quite a bit last year. Brandon Aiyuk of the Arizona State Sun Devils scores a touchdown in the first half against the San Diego State Aztecs at SDCCU Stadium on Sept. 15, 2018 in San Diego, Calif. While N’Keal Harry is now with the New England Patriots, the Sun Devils still have talent at receiver. Brandon Aiyuk, a former JUCO transfer, appears have No. 1 receiver ability, while senior Kyle Williams is a reliable target, as well. Defensively, ASU leaned on a lot of freshmen last year, but that group played well at times. The Sun Devils could start six or seven underclassmen on defense this fall. “We’re not afraid to play young guys and this program is built that way,” Edwards said. “As they continue to play, they’re going to get better. A lot of young guys are going to play together for the next two or three years here and if they do things right, we have a chance to be a really good football team.” They might be a good football team this year, if all the pieces come together. “We’ve got the makings,” Edwards said. “There’s a lot of work to be done in having a pretty good football team. It’s going to be fun watching it grow.” Arizona State Sun Devils Date with CU: Sept. 21, time TBA, at Sun Devil Stadium in Tempe, Ariz. Head coach: Herm Edwards, 2nd year (7-6) Series: ASU leads 8-2 Sun Devils in 2018: 7-6, 5-4 in Pac-12; Lost to Fresno State, 31-20, in Las Vegas Bowl Returning starters: 15 – 8 on offense, 7 on defense 5 offensive players to watch (2018 statistics): WR Brandon Aiyuk, Sr. (33 catches, 474 yards, 3 TD) RB Eno Benjamin, Jr. (300 att., 1,642 yards, 16 TD; 35 catches, 263 yards, 2 TD) QB Jayden Daniels, Fr. (true freshman) QB Dillon Sterling-Cole, Jr. (0-for-2; rushing, 2 att., 22 yards) WR Kyle Williams, Sr. (44 catches, 449 yards, 2 TD) 5 defensive players to watch: LB Darien Butler, So. (70 tackles, 7 TFL) S Aashari Crosswell, So. (43 tackles 4 INT, 9 PBU) NT D.J. Davidson, So. (10 tackles, 2 sacks) CB Chase Lucas, Jr. (62 tackles, 4 TFL, 2 sacks, 3 INT, 5 PBU) LB Merlin Robertson, So. (77 tackles, 5 sacks, 3.5 TFL, 1 INT) Notable: CU has won two of the last three meetings, but both were in Boulder. The Buffs are 0-5 all-time at Sun Devil Stadium. … Since the conference expanded to 12 teams in 2011, ASU has been to bowl games in seven of eight years. The Sun Devils are just 2-5 in those bowls, however, including three consecutive losses. … The Sun Devils are the only team in the Pac-12 that does not have a quarterback with starting experience in college. … The ASU defense gave up 39.8 points per game in 2016, but lowered that to 32.8 in 2017 and 25.5 last year. … ASU’s 29.9 points per game last year was its lowest average since 2009 (22.3). … The Sun Devils play seven of their 12 games at home, including three of their last four. … Four full or part-time starters are back on the offensive line, including center Cohl Cabral, a three-year starter who has also played left tackle. … Junior kicker Brandon Ruiz is back after hitting 18-of-22 field goals and all 45 extra points. … ASU led the Pac-12 – and finished 11th nationally – with a plus-10 turnover margin in 2018.
10 Jul 19
A Little More Juju

Considering that Season Two is my favorite season, I feel a little bad that my least favorite episode is in it. “Black Market” is awful. Even Ron Moore admits that he dislikes this episode. Because it’s awful. It’s the most ridiculous the show ever got, and yes, I’m putting it above the final season’s shenanigans. […]

09 Jul 19
soxnerd

This keychain was just one of many trinkets that was handed out at the 2003 All-Star Game that the White Sox hosted at U.S. Cellular Field. Here’s a look at the game: SOX REPRESENTATIVES: *Esteban Loaiza, Pitcher: Named to his first All-Star team and started … Joined Billy Pierce and Early Wynn as the only […]

09 Jul 19
The Light Breaks Through

Overcoming discouragement.

08 Jul 19
No Sleep Till Football

This is a DEEP CLASS of running backs!!!! I don’t think I listed a single player I’m lukewarm about & coming up with 20 players here was almost a chore in that I wanted to add so many more. Guys that I missed out on are Missouri’s Larry Rountree which I was massively disappointed not […]

08 Jul 19
Arcynewsy

Similarly, the loss of nerve cells in the retina in Alzheimer's has been demonstrated many times. Often, however, it cannot be stated with certainty that the loss is exclusively related to Alzheimer's. It may also be involved in other diseases related to age, such as diabetes, a cataract or macular degeneration. In any case, Jochen […]

08 Jul 19
Archy news nety

Similarly, the loss of retinal nerve cells in Alzheimer's disease has been proven many times. Often, however, it cannot be said with certainty that the loss is exclusively related to Alzheimer's disease. He may also be involved in other age-related diseases such as diabetes, cataract or macular degeneration. In any case, Jochen Herms from the […]

07 Jul 19
College Football News

[jwplayer PkCtjTd4-boEY74VG] Going into the 2019 season, how do the Pac-12 coaches stack up? Here’s the preseason ranking of all the head men.  – Contact/Follow @ColFootballNews & @PeteFiutak – CFN Preview 2019: All 130 Team Previews Who do you want as your head coach for right now, and how good are the all the current Pac-12 coaches? […]

06 Jul 19
Daily Breeze
by Deborah Paul, contributing writer Most retirees don’t jump into a 75-year-old, low-altitude, unpressurized World War II airplane and fly over the Atlantic Ocean just for fun. But three adventurous South Bay brothers who share a love of vintage airplanes with the Flabob Express Chapter of the Antique Airplane Association did just that. Bill, Bob and John (aka Tym) Tymczyszyn recently donned exposure suits and portable oxygen masks and took turns turns with other crew members flying a World War II DC-3 from Riverside to Normandy, France for the 75th anniversary of D-Day. The brothers piloted the Flabob Express, a passenger and cargo aircraft believed to have flown Winston Churchill during WWII. The vintage Flabob is regularly flown to air shows around the U.S. But this was no ordinary trip. The transcontinental journey began May 6. Volunteer pilots and mechanics readied the craft for its trip across the United States, over Newfoundland, Greenland, Iceland, Scotland, England, Normandy and ultimately into Germany. #gallery-1881500-1 { margin: auto; } #gallery-1881500-1 .gallery-item { float: left; margin-top: 10px; text-align: center; width: 33%; } #gallery-1881500-1 img { border: 2px solid #cfcfcf; } #gallery-1881500-1 .gallery-caption { margin-left: 0; } /* see gallery_shortcode() in wp-includes/media.php */ Flabob Express Captain Bob Tymczyszyn, formerly from Lomita, flew his club’s DC-3 more than 20 hours over the Atlantic Ocean following the Blue Spruce Route used by planes during World War II. (Photo courtesy) On June 11, Flabob Express pilots Bob and Tym Tymczyszyn joined the original World War II ‘Candy Bomber’ Gail Halvorsen in the air to drop Jelly Belly packages over Weisbaden Air Base in Germany. (Photo submitted) Thousands showed up at the original WWII staging airport in Duxford, England to visit the vintage planes and watch as the DC-3s, C-47s and A-6’s took off on June 5, 2019 for a commemorative parachute drop over Normandy France. The Flabob Express had to drop out of the event due to a carburetor problem. (Photo courtesy) Gail Halvorsen, the ‘Berlin Candy Bomber’ poses with Flabob Express pilot coordinator Jon Goldenbaum moments before Halvorsen, 97, flew over Weisbaden Airbase in Germany to reenact one of his famous parachute handkerchief candy drops for thousands of children during the Berlin Airlift in 1949. (Photo courtesy) Gail Halvorsen (left), the ‘Berlin Candy Bomber’ who dropped candy to German children during the Berlin Airlift in 1948 poses for a selfie with Flabob pilots Bob and Tym Tymczyszyn moments after performing a commemorative “candy drop” in their DC-3 and C-47 at the Weisbaden Air Base in Germany on June 11, 2019. (Photo courtesy) The Flabob Express Team huddles to examine instructions to fix a failed carburetor that ended their dreams to participate in the Normandy parachute trooper drops on June 5, 2019 in commemoration of the 75th anniversary of the D-Day invasion. (Photo courtesy) The longest leg of the trip—over the Atlantic—traced the Blue Spruce Route, to keep the plane near land and within fueling range at all times. At one point, the low altitude, vintage plane flew just a couple hundred feet over New York City. “One of the big highlights was flying down the Hudson River right over the Statue of Liberty in formation along with 13 other DC-3’s, C-47’s and AT-6’s,” said youngest brother Bob Tymczyszyn. Torrance resident Bill Tymczyszyn, the middle brother, co-piloted the 75th Anniversary of D-day Honorary Flyover of Arlington National Cemetery as well as various legs of the trip from California to the East Coast. Bill, a retired captain from United Airlines was the official photographer for the adventure. “I was along for only some of the flying, but lots of the fun,” said Bill who, with his brothers, took nearly two years to map out the flight path. Bob, formerly a Lomita resident and retired Flying Tiger Lines captain flew the whole 25 hours across the Atlantic. Other crew members, Matt Walker, Joe Fisher, Hualdo Mendoza, Brian Maisler and his brothers also flew various legs of the trip across the United States, Europe and back. Pilot and mechanic Jon Goldenbaum also helped make the trip possible, said Bob. The 45-day journey was not without drama. “The trip across the Atlantic was challenging and rewarding, beautiful and awesome,” Bob said after returning home June 19. “We weathered down in Goose Bay, Newfoundland for three days, then made it to Narsarsuak, Greenland, flying up a fjord. We landed in a 45-knot wind with no alternate airport or backup plan. We had to fly out.” From Greenland the crew flew over the ice cap to Reykjavik, Iceland and ultimately into Scotland where people who lined up for hours to visit the aircraft. From Scotland the guys flew to Duxford, England where the initial D-Day bases were located during WWII, Bob said. Th Flabob crew members were devastated, they said, to have missed the formation and parachute drop on June 5 into Normandy with dozens of other vintage planes and parachute troopers in WWII-style Allied uniforms. Bob said The Flabob Express taxied out on the Duxford runway three times to join the formation of 22 planes, but the DC-3’s carburetor failed and the crew had to return to the ramp. By the time the problem was fixed, inclement weather had set in, and the team wasn’t able to join the fly over. On June 6, the official international ceremony celebrating the 75th Anniversary of the Battle of Normandy took place on Juno Beach and was attended by President Donald Trump, French President Emmanuel Macron and British Prime Minister Theresa May, among others. Berlin Candy Bomber A highlight of the trip for Bob and Tym was flying their DC-3 on the left wing of the original “Berlin Candy Bomber.” Gail Halvorsen, a retired United States Air Force officer, is known for dropping candy tied to little handkerchief parachutes to German children during the 1948 to 1949 Berlin Airlift. On June 10, Halvorsen, 97, flew lead captain in the military C-47 “Placid Lassie” in formation to make a commemorative candy drop at the Wiesbaden Air Base in Germany. [related_articles location=”left” show_article_date=”false” article_type=”automatic-primary-tag”] “Herm Rowland, one of the Flabob Express supporters, who owns the Jelly Belly candy company, supplied all the candy from his factory in Thailand,” Bob said. “As part of the D-Day celebrations, Rowland bought 10,000 handkerchiefs and tied the corners exactly like Halvorsen tied them during WWII.” More than 50,000 people came to the Wiesbaden American airbase that day. Thousands of kids were cut loose when the handkerchief parachutes carrying Jelly Belly packets were released from the low flying planes. Palos Verdes Peninsula resident and retired Flying Tiger captain Tym Tymczyszyn, who flew from Normandy to Wiesbaden, said it was an honor to meet Halvorsen. A family emergency pulled him away from some of his other flight duties, but Tym still co-piloted the climactic candy drop in Germany. The three brothers have had interesting, action-packed careers flying for major airline carriers, but all agreed the trip to Normandy was monumental. “To take 75-year old airplanes and fly them across the ocean with people who haven’t flown in formation for years, and experience no mechanical failures except for the carburetor we fixed, was epic,” Tym said. “No matter what your position was—from our supportive wives to the guys who cleaned the planes—the idea of being associated with this whole project in any way was an honor. D-Day was such an important aspect of our history.”
05 Jul 19
Priya's Blog

The research study, titled “Global Cologne market Research Report 2019,” evaluates the historical performance and the current status of this market for a detailed understanding, emphasizing especially on the dynamics of the demand and supply of Cologne in 2026. This report presents a detailed study of the global market for Cologne by evaluating the growth […]

05 Jul 19
The Reporter
Mobile users click here to view this photo gallery. What do jelly beans have to do with an armory museum in Fairfield? Herm Rowland Jr. The CEO of the Jelly Belly Candy Company bought seven military vehicles at an auction several years ago but couldn’t get them up and running to store in a building he owned at 4144 Abernathy Road in Fairfield. So he called on Geoff Lippman, a land developer and auto restorer in Florida. Jacques Littlefield, a collector of military vehicles and the founder of the Military Vehicle Technology Foundation (MVTF) donated a very large collection to the Collings Foundation. Lippman’s wife’s uncle is Bob Collings, which led to Lippman’s involvement. Lippman got Rowland’s vehicles going and moved them into the facility. Some of Rowland’s friends also owned military vehicles. So the group decided to start a small museum at the Abernathy Road location and asked Lippman to serve as general manager of what is now the American Armory Museum. Its mission is to educate future generations about the sacrifice, bravery and enduring significance of the United States military. The museum has participated in Fairfield’s Independence Day Parade the last five years. This year the museum tried something new: a free hotdog barbecue and open house at the museum after the parade. Upwards of 75 people showed up and enjoyed the exhibit and the food. Among the guests were four young men from Travis Air Force Base who marched in the parade with a half dozen other Travis personnel. This was their first trip to the museum. They weld the aircraft at Travis and were intrigued to see the variety of older military vehicles on display at the museum. Several of the museum’s vehicles cruised down Texas Street in the parade on Thursday morning. Among them was a jeep that belonged to legendary General George S. Patton, specially built for him by Francis Sanza. Sanza designed the first underwater jeep for General Dwight D. Eisenhower. When Patton heard about Sanza, he recruited him to build three jeeps for him. He also gave Sanza the nickname Jeep. Sanza was by Patton’s side from early 1944 until November 1945, when Patton sent him home. Patton died a month later. Sanza died in January 2018 at the age of 99.   Nick Sanza sits in the same jeep that his father, Francis “Jeep” Stanza, designed and drove for General George S. Patton in World War II. (Matt Sieger — The Reporter) His son, Nick Sanza, drove the original Patton jeep in the parade this year, as he has for past Fairfield July 4 parades. The Sanzas have a distinguished history of four generations of service in the United States Army, beginning with Nick’s grandfather, who rode with Teddy Roosevelt and his Rough Riders in the Spanish-American War. Nick Sanza’s dad served in World War II, Nick in special ops in Vietnam, and Nick’s son in Iraq and Afghanistan, where he served as a sniper and lost his life in the line of duty. Also in the parade was a Super Mack Prime Mover cargo vehicle, which Lippman said is one of only ten remaining in the world and one of three still running on its original power. About 2,000 of them were made in 1944 for service in World War II. Motorcycle collector and aficionado Dennis Gill drove his 1918 U.S. Army Harley Davidson with a sidecar in the parade. The parts are 90 percent original. Dennis Gill poses in World War I U.S. Army uniform with his 1918 Harley-Davidson with sidecar. (Matt Sieger — The Reporter) Gill said that the motorcycle was used by the U.S. Army in New Zealand toward the end of World War I, which explains why the sidecar is on the “wrong” side of the bike (they drive on the left side of the road in New Zealand). He said people are surprised that the U.S. had a presence in New Zealand in World War I, but noted that our troops were in the Pacific theater and New Zealand was a halfway stopover point. Gill acquired the Harley in 1996 and did all the mechanical work. It runs great. He also has a 1942 Harley-Davidson XA used in World War II on loan at the museum. Everything in the museum, from munitions to memorabilia to uniforms to vehicles, has been donated to the non-profit, which depends on visitors putting a few bills in the donation box. “People just keep bringing stuff,” said Lippman, who wasn’t complaining. So much stuff that the museum has nearly 40 vehicles and not enough room. So it has partnered with the Center for Freedom & Flight in Vacaville, which has put some of the armory’s collection on display on loan. Admission is free at both locations. The armory is open Wednesday through Saturday from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. and on select holidays. Veterans groups, schools, assisted living facilities, homeschoolers and other groups have toured the museum. For more information, visit americanarmorymuseum.org. [related_articles location=”left” show_article_date=”false” article_type=”automatic-primary-section”] The museum has partnered with the Center for Freedom and Flight in Vacaville for dual museum displays. There are no admission fees at either site.
03 Jul 19
BuffZone
Not many expected Arizona State to be in contention for a bowl game, much less the Pac-12 South title a year ago. With the uncertainty of Herm Edwards’ first season as a college head coach and some talent losses from the year before, many pundits penciled the Sun Devils into last place in the division. ASU didn’t win the South, but did surprise many with a winning season that included a trip to the Las Vegas Bowl. This month, BuffZone.com is previewing each of Colorado’s opponents, with this installment focusing on ASU, which will host the Buffaloes in Tempe, Ariz., on Sept. 21. [related_articles location=”left” show_article_date=”false” article_type=”automatic-primary-tag”] Despite no experience at quarterback, losing a first-round NFL draft choice at receiver and having some holes to fill on the defensive line, expectations are a bit higher this year for the Sun Devils, who finished a game behind Utah in the South. “We’re going in the right direction, which is a good thing,” Edwards said at the end of spring drills. While hiring Edwards – who hadn’t coached in a decade and hadn’t been in the college game since 1989 – was criticized and viewed as unconventional, the Sun Devils were fairly steady through last season and seem to have a solid foundation for this year. At quarterback, however, three-year starting quarterback Manny Wilkins has graduated, leaving the Sun Devils with virtually no experience. Junior Dillon Sterling-Cole threw just two passes last year and knows the offense, but also has plenty of competition. Three true freshmen enrolled early and competed in spring, led by Jayden Daniels. The competition for the starting job will go into the fall and appears to be mainly between Sterling-Cole and Daniels. “It’s still competition,” Edwards said of that position at the end of spring. “You see some bright spots and you see some ‘oh no,’ and that’s the way it is with young guys. That’s the great part about it. They’re all very eager to learn.” While quarterback is a major question mark, the Sun Devils are in good shape around that position. Running back Eno Benjamin racked up an ASU-record 1,642 yards in 2018, while scoring 16 touchdowns and also catching 35 passes. He’s one of the top running backs in the country. ASU also features a veteran offensive line that includes four returning starters. All five projected starters saw the field quite a bit last year. Embed from Getty Imageswindow.gie=window.gie||function(c){(gie.q=gie.q||[]).push(c)};gie(function(){gie.widgets.load({id:'2TzVKPr9Sq9hgDnoGq8sdQ',sig:'lEkKtRqzaBWdZ8guOWvApTbgL-v9_W79oms0OxUV1gg=',w:'500px',h:'346px',items:'1058983284',caption: false ,tld:'com',is360: false })}); While N’Keal Harry is now with the New England Patriots, the Sun Devils still have talent at receiver. Brandon Aiyuk, a former JUCO transfer, appears have No. 1 receiver ability, while senior Kyle Williams is a reliable target, as well. Defensively, ASU leaned on a lot of freshmen last year, but that group played well at times. The Sun Devils could start six or seven underclassmen on defense this fall. “We’re not afraid to play young guys and this program is built that way,” Edwards said. “As they continue to play, they’re going to get better. A lot of young guys are going to play together for the next two or three years here and if they do things right, we have a chance to be a really good football team.” They might be a good football team this year, if all the pieces come together. “We’ve got the makings,” Edwards said. “There’s a lot of work to be done in having a pretty good football team. It’s going to be fun watching it grow.” Arizona State Sun Devils Date with CU: Sept. 21, time TBA, at Sun Devil Stadium in Tempe, Ariz. Head coach: Herm Edwards, 2nd year (7-6) Series: ASU leads 8-2 Sun Devils in 2018: 7-6, 5-4 in Pac-12; Lost to Fresno State, 31-20, in Las Vegas Bowl Returning starters: 15 – 8 on offense, 7 on defense 5 offensive players to watch (2018 statistics): WR Brandon Aiyuk, Sr. (33 catches, 474 yards, 3 TD) RB Eno Benjamin, Jr. (300 att., 1,642 yards, 16 TD; 35 catches, 263 yards, 2 TD) QB Jayden Daniels, Fr. (true freshman) QB Dillon Sterling-Cole, Jr. (0-for-2; rushing, 2 att., 22 yards) WR Kyle Williams, Sr. (44 catches, 449 yards, 2 TD) 5 defensive players to watch: LB Darien Butler, So. (70 tackles, 7 TFL) S Aashari Crosswell, So. (43 tackles 4 INT, 9 PBU) NT D.J. Davidson, So. (10 tackles, 2 sacks) CB Chase Lucas, Jr. (62 tackles, 4 TFL, 2 sacks, 3 INT, 5 PBU) LB Merlin Robertson, So. (77 tackles, 5 sacks, 3.5 TFL, 1 INT) Notable: CU has won two of the last three meetings, but both were in Boulder. The Buffs are 0-5 all-time at Sun Devil Stadium. … Since the conference expanded to 12 teams in 2011, ASU has been to bowl games in seven of eight years. The Sun Devils are just 2-5 in those bowls, however, including three consecutive losses. … The Sun Devils are the only team in the Pac-12 that does not have a quarterback with starting experience in college. … The ASU defense gave up 39.8 points per game in 2016, but lowered that to 32.8 in 2017 and 25.5 last year. … ASU’s 29.9 points per game last year was its lowest average since 2009 (22.3). … The Sun Devils play seven of their 12 games at home, including three of their last four. … Four full or part-time starters are back on the offensive line, including center Cohl Cabral, a three-year starter who has also played left tackle. … Junior kicker Brandon Ruiz is back after hitting 18-of-22 field goals and all 45 extra points. … ASU led the Pac-12 – and finished 11th nationally – with a plus-10 turnover margin in 2018.