Joe Yee

23 Jan 19

Homologation number CLUB ORGANISER DISTANCE RANDONNEURS MALAYSIA 200 km LAST NAME FIRST NAME TIME 667264 ABDUL JABAR Noorazni 11:20 667265 ABU SAMAH Aida 11:30 667266 AMANTULLAH Zakiah Dhabitah 13:02 667267 ANG Yee Mei 12:20 667268 ANG Cher Lean 12:55 667269 ANG Poh Yin 12:20 667270 ARAHKHAN Hasha Lina 11:12 667271 ARIAS Saira Patricia 12:30 667272 […]

19 Jan 19
Archy news nety

Anti-transgression violence, homeless youth among the main topics of the evening BY NATHAN RILEY Community News Group Share on TwitterTweet To share on Facebook subscribe While the campaign for the public supporters of the city of New York runs towards the special elections of February 26 to replace Letitia James, who took over the role […]

17 Jan 19
HlaMin

The list may not be comprehensive. Some may have relocated. S Sain Fone Wong (San Tun, M59) He was Head of Automobile Engineering (sub-department of Mechanical). He worked for Bectel Corporation until he retired. He is Past President of BEA, which merged with BASTS into BAPS. He is close to Saya U Aung Khin. They traveled […]

17 Jan 19
HlaMin

The list may not be comprehensive. Some may have relocated. H Han Win ChouInactive Hein HeinInactive Henry Chee (Myint Lwin, C63, GBNF) He was a good vocalist. He had to take care of his spouse and son who had medical problems. Sadly, he passed away. Hin Lok Kung (Win Myint, RIT Table Tennis) He and his […]

17 Jan 19
heycmdrcody

Last summer I was lucky enough to start what became a long form exchange with one of my favorite musicians, Matthew Grimm (Hangdogs, and with The Red Smear, @grimmreality). For years he has been a fresh, articulate punk voice.  Due to personal reasons however, the entire interview was never posted. Here, finally,  is the collected interview.  Out of respect to Matthew for his time investment, all  responses given have been presented here. This results  in a particularly long read, but worth the time invested.  Part One Random questions first; your website says that you […]

16 Jan 19
itsblim

Darrell Herbert received the NorCal YBA Tony Reyes “For The Love Of The Game, Not The Fame” Award at the 2018 NorCal YBA All-Star banquet in Reno in recognition of the impact that he made to the sport of youth bowling over his 30+ year career. After he found out that he was receiving the […]

14 Jan 19
Your Dad's Car Stereo

Eagles – One Of These Nights (1975) This week on Your Dad’s Car Stereo, we’re covering the album the brought Eagles into the forefront of the 1970s rock scene and solidified their place on Classic Rock stations for decades. Formed in California in 1971, the quintet of Don Felder, Glenn Frey, Don Henley, Bernie Leadon, […]

13 Jan 19
Sufficient Living

Mega eTextbooks release thread (part-5)! Find your textbooks here between $5-$25 🙂 Kindly note that the price range mentioned above is only for the books in the megathread list. Any requested books unavailable in the list can cost more, so please do not make any wrong assumptions. If you find your book in the thread […]

20 Dec 18
William's Wanderings

The capital of Malaysia is radiant yet quaint, bustling yet peaceful. It’s the crossroads of a sprawling modernized global metropolis and a city steeped in historic tradition. As I drove into the city, I flew by a blur of palm trees. They lined the city streets and the highways leading into the capital city. Of […]

10 Jan 19
Lee's Perspectives

Check out the photo.  It’s Great. Hillary, second from the left, along with her San Francisco City Hall staff. It is really shameful that Hillary Ronen was not selected by her comrades.  More glaring is the fact the  presumed Progs now have eight of the 11 Supervisorial seats. Last Friday  I was cycling across McAllister […]

09 Jan 19
Get Yours Daily | All Things News, Music, & Entertainment!

Love and Hip Hop New York star, Cyn Santana, is the hot seat, after she made a few disturbing remarks about black women. In a snippet of an interview, Cyn did with popular New York radio host Angela Yee on her podcast “Lip Service.” Cyn said “black guys cater to us Spanish girls especially.….” Take a […]

09 Jan 19
Lily and the Fae

Whenever the seasons move perceptively into the next I have a selection of picture books that come out to mark the change so as we packed away the festivities of Christmas, I put away our Christmas books on a special shelf and brought down the Winter books. For a few years now we have constantly […]

09 Jan 19
The Sports Daily

  Mixed martial arts is as lonely and individualistic a sport as there is.  You enter a steel cage, the door gets locked behind you, and all that remains before you is your opponent and the referee.  No teammates, no coaches, no trainers.  You’re alone. However, outside of the cage (and in between rounds), a […]

08 Jan 19
The Denver Post
Welcome to the most dreadful Pac-12 basketball season in conference history, where one coach has already been fired and several other seats are getting warm. We’re only one week into the conference schedule, but this much is certain: Unless someone goes on one hell of a run between now and March, the Pac-12 will be a one-bid league come tournament time. So what’s the point of even paying attention before the conference tournament in Las Vegas? There is but one reason, and his name is Bill Walton. The man is national treasure, and he is the only thing Pac-12 basketball has going for it right now. We’re talking about a man who once found a way to squeeze a reference to Larry Craig’s “wide stance” into a college basketball broadcast, while also touching on Jay-Z’s connection to UW and a U.S. government campaign that paid Woodie Guthrie to promote hydroelectric dams in the Pacific Northwest. This is, of course, the beauty of Bill Walton. Rather than waste his, or our, time describing the middling basketball in front of him, Walton uses his platform to perform a relentless troll job while simultaneously extolling the virtues of the American west and the conference he holds dear. In a season where the product on the court is historically awful, it’s exactly what the Pac-12 needs. Who really wants to hear Walton tick through an established list of UCLA basketball coaching candidates anyway? Certainly not when we can listen to him shamelessly pimp Barack Obama for the job instead. We’re here for the absurd, not the insight. Still, as much as Bill loves to go off on tangents, he never strays too far from certain creature comforts. For the uninitiated, here’s a few of his favorite chestnuts: Jerry Garcia and the Dead: Walton will inevitably bring up a Grateful Dead concert he attended — either recently, or in his hazy past — as an extremely labored metaphor for the action or setting of the particular game he is attending. It rarely, if ever, makes sense. The four worst: Any particularly ugly sequence of action will be declared “one of the four worst plays in the history of (insert school here) basketball.” Usually the play is terrible, but not quite as terrible as Walton might have you believe. The theory of everything: If Walton is doing a game with ESPN play-by-play man Dave Pasch — whose name he always pretends to not remember — he will find a way to advance the theory of evolution as means of trolling Pasch’s creationist background. Geography lesson: There will be multiple references to geographical landmarks located in the state where the game is being played… in addition to everywhere else. COC: Walton will utter the phrase “Conference of Champions” somewhere between 52 and 2,362 times during a given Pac-12 game. He will also emphasize “there are no truck stops here,” even though Pullman, Wash., and Corvallis, Ore., very clearly reside in the conference. Bracket buster: ESPN bracketologist Joe Lunardi will be the target of Walton’s ire at least once, with Walton invariably insisting the Pac-12 should send between six and nine teams to the NCAA tournament. Divide that number by two and you will likely have an idea of how many tournament teams the conference actually has. Of course, this year, you might have to divide by six. — Matt Schubert, The Denver Post NEW 💥 If you enjoy The Denver Post’s sports coverage, we have a new subscription offer for you! Try the first month for just 99¢ What’s on Tap? Avalanche: At Winnipeg Jets, 6 p.m. Tuesday, ALT | Buy tickets Nuggets: At Miami Heat, 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, ALT | Buy tickets TV/RADIO: Here’s what sports are airing today Scoreboard CFP championship: Tigers 44, Crimson Tide 16 Full story | Box score NBA: Rockets 125, Nuggets 113 Full story | Box score Check out our new and improved stats page. Must-Read Derek Wolfe (95) of the Denver Broncos is introduced to the game against the Oakland Raiders. The Denver Broncos hosted the Oakland Raiders at Broncos Stadium at Mile High in Denver, Colorado on Sunday, Sept. 16, 2018. Kiszla vs. O’Halloran: Should Broncos keep defensive end Derek Wolfe or let him go? Should Derek Wolfe, whose salary-cap number for 2019 is a whopping $10.9 million, be part of the defensive core? Or should the Broncos part ways with Wolfe? Read more… Chicago Bears defensive coordinator Vic Fangio walks around before an NFL football game against the New York Jets Sunday, Oct. 28, 2018, in Chicago. Broncos coaching search: Chicago Bears assistant Vic Fangio fifth candidate to meet with Denver Eight days into the search to replace Vance Joseph, the Broncos have completed five interviews: Former Indianapolis coach Chuck Pagano, Los Angeles Rams quarterbacks coach Zac Taylor, Pittsburgh Steelersoffensive line coach Mike Munchak, New England Patriots linebackers coach/play-caller Brian Flores and Fangio. Read more… Denver Nuggets guard Malik Beasley, bottom, and Houston Rockets forward PJ Tucker, top, battle for the ball during the second half Monday, Jan. 7, 2019, in Houston. Rockets extend ominous streak vs. Nuggets; Gary Harris leaves with tight hamstring The Nuggets have no answers for the Rockets. For the ninth consecutive game dating back to the 2015-16 season, the Rockets got the best of the Nuggets. Read more… Quick Hits + NFL head coach openings: Meet the candidates interviewed for all 8 vacancies. + Hot stove update: Buzz on Bryce Harper and Manny Machado, plus more insight. + CSU football coach Mike Bobo to university administrators: Don’t show me the money. + Jake Plummer, former Broncos QB, among 13 selected to College Football Hall of Fame class. + Rockets coach Mike D’Antoni on first-place Nuggets: Usually it’s Warriors leading the West. + Nuggets center Nikola Jokic named NBA Western Conference Player of the Week. + Freshman Eli Parquet says he is ready to help CU basketball if his number called again. + Lindsey Vonn plans return to World Cup at speed races in Austria. + Ed McCaffrey and agent Don Yee to lead Pacific Pro Football, but that doesn’t mean McCaffrey is leaving the Valor Christian sidelines. + Lunch Special: Should the Broncos consider a second go-around with Josh McDaniels? + Cody Parkey’s worst moment came during Bears-Eagles game. His best moment came after it. + The Green Bay Packers found their next head coach. + If you wanted to see an expanded College Football Playoff, Monday was not a good day for you. Post Mailbag forms + Broncos Mailbag: Have a question about the team? Ask Ryan O’Halloran here. + Nuggets Mailbag: Have a question about the team? Ask Mike Singer here. + Avs Mailbag: Have a question about the team? Ask Mike Chambers here. + Rockies Mailbag: Have a question about the team? Ask Patrick Saunders here. By The Numbers March 2 The date of the Rapids’ season opener at home against the Portland Timber. Colorado unveiled its full 2019 MLS regular season schedule on Monday. Read more… Parting Shot In this Friday, Feb. 5, 2016, file photo, the Goodyear Blimp Spirit of Innovation takes off for a flight over Super Bowl fan sites from the airport in Livermore, Calif. Rare air: Goodyear Blimp honored with Hall of Fame induction The Goodyear Blimp, which has become a staple at major sports events for more than 60 years, is being inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame as an honorary member — the first nonplayer or coach to be inducted. Read more… Get in Touch If you see something that’s cause for question or have a comment, thought or suggestion, email me at dboniface@denverpost.com or tweet me @danielboniface.