EDITORIAL – Losing the battle
EDITORIAL – Losing the battle(The Philippine Star) – October 27, 2020 – 12:00amIn the battle for hearts and minds, the National Task Force to End Local Communist Armed Conflict lost this one. The inter-agency task force continues to receive flak for advising celebrities about the perils of fraternizing with the Gabriela party-list. The group has been tagged by the NTF-ELCAC as a front of the Communist Party of the Philippines–New People’s Army.The advice was given by one of the two NTF-ELCAC spokespersons, Lt. Gen. Antonio Parlade, chief of the military’s Southern Luzon Command. He gave the ad...
DENR open to UP experts’ advice if free
DENR open to UP experts’ advice if freeRhodina Villanueva(The Philippine Star) – October 14, 2020 – 12:00amMANILA, Philippines — The Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) said it is open to getting advice from experts of the University of the Philippines-Marine Science Institute (UP-MSI) concerning the Manila Bay rehabilitation project provided it is free.“Our office is open for them. At least, be sure that it will be free,” said DENR Undersecretary and spokesperson Benny Antiporda.He said the DENR will be constrained from working with UP-MSI if its experts demand high profess...
Why You Should Focus on Growth Stocks Today
My friend who’s a novice investor asked for advice recently. He was “bargain hunting” for cheap stocks, and trying to decide between buying Kohl’s (KSS) or ExxonMobil (XOM).Q3 2020 hedge fund letters, conferences and moreI cringed. “Listen,” I told him. “You’re thinking about this all wrong.”I get where my friend is coming from. From childhood we’re taught to be financially prudent. To seek bargains and avoid spending money on expensive things.In most areas of life this is smart advice. Drive a reasonable car, live in a reasonable house, book reasonable vacations with your family. But there’s ...
Cavani offers words of advice to Rashford & Greenwood as Man Utd new-boy airs goal target
Edinson Cavani is determined to become a fearsome goalscorer in his own right at Manchester United, but the experienced Uruguayan is prepared to play his part in aiding the development of Marcus Rashford and Mason Greenwood.The arrival of another proven frontman at Old Trafford is expected to benefit those who are hoping to scale similar heights at some stage in their career.Rashford is now an established member of the Red Devils’ first-team fold, with 219 appearances and 69 goals to his name, but is still just 22 years of age.Fellow academy graduate Greenwood is even younger, having just pass...
Under the Hood: Some parting advice
I apologize for missing a few weeks of columns. On August 20, I lost my home, shop, boats, project vehicles — basically, everything — to the CZU Lightning Complex fire in California’s Santa Cruz Mountains. My wife and I were in Alaska, which is probably a good thing, as I would have been one of those renegades who stayed to the end with fire hose in hand, as there were zero fire trucks to be found. Based on reports of how ferociously the fire advanced, it likely wouldn’t have ended well.My time has been consumed with issues such as finding a place to reside, acquiring essentials, creating endl...
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Daniel Craig's crucial advice for the next James Bond: Don't f*** it up
Daniel Craig has one piece of advice for the next actor to play James Bond, "Don't f*** it up".The 52-year-old star will hang up his 007 badge after 14 years in the role and five films with 'No Time To Die' next year, and he has offered up just one tip to his successor.Appearing on 'The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon' on Monday night (05.10.20), Craig replied when asked what he would tell the next Bond: "Don't f*** it up. It's a beautiful amazing thing."The 'Spectre' star also addressed the major delay to getting 'No Time To Die' into cinemas, following the news that the hotly-anticipated ...
Marini de Livera’s ‘advice to my younger self’ | Daily FT
Marini de Livera receives the 2019 International Women of Courage Award from US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and First Lady Melania TrumpWhile CEOs and leaders focus on the future, we’re asking them to pause, reflect on the past, and share the single-most important lesson they have learned.Our lives and careers are works-in-progress, and we will always learn more in the future than we know now, but what insights could our younger selves – and other aspiring leaders – embrace and act on right now to live a more positive, productive, and empowered life?Today, Michel Nugawela asks Marini de Liv...
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Gold Pops As Dollar Dips From Highs, Near-Term Still Fragile
Investing.com -By Barani KrishnanInvesting.com - Gold rose almost 1% on Monday, its first decent pop in almost a week, as the dollar clambered down from two-month highs.Notwithstanding the bounce, the advice from chartists and other gold watchers was the same: “Don’t get too excited.”“There has been a good retracement in the greenback at the start of the week,” Rajan Dhall, who charts hourly moves in the yellow metal, said in a post on FX Street.“The (gold) price seems to have found some support at $1,850 per troy ounce. There are now some key levels of resistance where the price bounced in th...
Fati benefitting from Messi advice as Barcelona dream continues
Barcelona prodigy Ansu Fati thanked Lionel Messi for his advice after the teenage attacker struck twice in the club's 4-0 win over Villarreal on Sunday.Fati scored twice in the opening 20 minutes as Ronald Koeman's side opened their new La Liga campaign in style following a turbulent off-season.Messi would score Barca's third goal from the penalty spot before forcing Pau Torres into an own goal just before half-time.It was Fati who truly starred on the night however as he showed why some are already tipping him to the fill shoes of Messi at Camp Nou one day.For now though, the 17-year-old is s...
In pushback against Hillary's 'never concede' advice to Biden, Dick Durbin literally says the same thing about the election results as Trump did
By Duncan SmithPresident Trump sent the garbage media and their Democratic allies into orbit (again) last week when he said he wanted to wait and see if the final vote tallies for the November election are valid and proper before he would concede defeat.Somehow, that was spun into Trump ‘refusing to agree to a peaceful transition of power’ — the same BS lie that the left has been pushing now all summer.‘Trump’s a tyrant! He won’t leave if he loses!’Etc. Trump has literally never said that.But as Democrats and their media sycophants continued to push for widening mail-in balloting this year due...
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