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In a new post to Ween fan group Ween Appreciation Society, Mickey Melchiondo Jr. shared a “little gift” to his fans: a recording of Ween’s 9/29/93 performance at Court Tavern in New Brunswick, NJ. Melchiondo describes the new posting, saying “my little gift to y’all—–a lotta deep tracks, just before we became a 4 piece band.”The vintage show opens with “Pork Roll Egg and Cheese,” and features a ton of classics from the Ween catalog. Enjoy the new recording in the stream below!You can see the Brownbase setlist posted below, edited to reflect the actual recording.Setlist: Ween at Court Tavern, New Brunswick, NJ – 9/29/93Pork Roll Egg and Cheese, Don’t Get 2 Close (2 My Fantasy), Freedom of ’76, Junkie Boy, Vallejo, Don’t Shit Where You Eat, Puerto Rican Power, Captain Fantasy, Sketches of Winkle, Poopship Destroyer, Nan, Push th’ Little Daisies, Ode to Rene, LMLYP, Drifter in the Dark, Fat Lenny, Marble Tulip Juicy Tree, The Concert Is Over,– taken from band’s on stage setlist – may not be what was actually played– Birthday Boy may not have been played– Old Man Thunder played by request at some point mid set
LONDON: The lack of fans in the stands and the fact that England will be starting fresh after more than two months of no cricket could work in favour of the West Indies, according to coach Phil Simmons.West Indies are set to face England in a three-match Test series next month. The matches will be the first since the cricket calendar was halted by the coronavirus pandemic in mid-March. It will be played in a bio-secure environment with fans barred from attending. “I don’t know if it will increase our chances, because both teams are under the same umbrella — for want of a better word,” Simmons said in a video conference from the team’s training base. “The nice part for us is that 20,000 Englishmen raving for England, and that crowd support, it’s not there for them. So that in a way will help us, so it’s good from that point of view,” he said. Asked about both teams starting after a long break, Simmons: “It’s a plus, because England hasn’t come from a tour recently, and we’ve just been playing cricket at home. Because in a normal situation we would have been coming from camps and England would have been halfway through their season and the series would have been going on right now.” IANSAlso watch: Protests in City Demanding Justice for Rituparna
12-and-under all stars:State tournament in Wellington.First round – Cottonwood Valley 11 Wellington 0. MVP: Cade Fairbanks. WOW: Berkley Wright.Second round – Wellington 19 Great Scott 12. MVP: Julian Burden. WOW: Cade Fairbanks.Third round – Wellington 16 Fort Scott 3. MVP: MVP: Drew Bolinger. WOW: Cade Fairbanks.Fourth round – Cottonwood Valley 16 Wellington 2. MVP: Cade Fairbanks. WOW: John Long.Cimarron River won the tournament over Cottonwood Valley 15-5. 10-and-under all stars:Â State tournament at Fort Scott.Â First round – SPIAA 8 Wellington 4. MVP: Logan McClain. WOW: Hagen Wright.Second round – Fort Scott 12 Wellington 1. MVP: Carson Nugen. WOW: Blake McCreary. Wellington finishes 0-2 in tournament.Â 13-and-under all stars:Â District Tournament at Clearwater:First round – Wellington 14 Haysville 3. MVP: Braden Struble. WOW: Hunter Graves.Championship – Wellington 11 Derby 3. MVP: Julian Jimenez. WOW: Jack Nuss.State Tournament at Haysville:First round – Garden City vs. Wellington, 2 p.m. by Tracy McCue, Sumner Newscow â€” The following is the latest update of Cal Ripken/Babe Ruth teams and the complete scores of the 12-year-old Cal Ripken Tournament played at Worden Park this weekend. For previous games click here. For full brackets of your favorite tournament click on the website http://www.kansasbaberuthleagues.com/ 16-18-year-old all stars:Â State tournament at Lyons:Â First round: Lyons 10 Wellington 0. MVP: Andrew Horn. WOW: Peyton Baker.Second round: Wellington 7 Hesston 6. MVP: Houston Sober. WOW: Peyton Baker.Third round: Stevens County 11 Wellington 4. MVP: Noah Macias. WOW: Peyton Baker. 15-and-under all stars:Â District Tournament in Wellington – Thursday, July 17 – Sunday, June 20First round – Wellington vs. SEK/Derby winner, Friday, 8 p.m. Six teams in double elimination tournament. Brackets are here: Close Forgot password? Please put in your email: Send me my password! Close message Login This blog post All blog posts Subscribe to this blog post’s comments through… RSS Feed Subscribe via email Subscribe Subscribe to this blog’s comments through… RSS Feed Subscribe via email Subscribe Follow the discussion Comments (2) Logging you in… Close Login to IntenseDebate Or create an account Username or Email: Password: Forgot login? Cancel Login Close WordPress.com Username or Email: Password: Lost your password? Cancel Login Dashboard | Edit profile | Logout Logged in as Admin Options Disable comments for this page Save Settings Sort by: Date Rating Last Activity Loading comments… You are about to flag this comment as being inappropriate. Please explain why you are flagging this comment in the text box below and submit your report. The blog admin will be notified. Thank you for your input. +1 Vote up Vote down Small Town Boy · 317 weeks ago Tracy, Thanks for the updates. One question…you listed the 15yr-olds as playing their first game at 4:00P.M. this Friday in a 7-team tourney. The link provided, however, shows a 6-team tournament with Wellington’s first game as being at 8:00P.M. Friday. Is there any way to verify which time is correct? I only ask becaue the tournament is in Wellington and some people might want to watch. Thanks again! Report Reply 0 replies · active 317 weeks ago +2 Vote up Vote down CueballSumnernewscow 94p · 317 weeks ago You would be correct Small Town Boy. Thanks for the heads up. Report Reply 0 replies · active 317 weeks ago Post a new comment Enter text right here! Comment as a Guest, or login: Login to IntenseDebate Login to WordPress.com Login to Twitter Go back Tweet this comment Connected as (Logout) Email (optional) Not displayed publicly. Name Email Website (optional) Displayed next to your comments. Not displayed publicly. If you have a website, link to it here. Posting anonymously. Tweet this comment Submit Comment Subscribe to None Replies All new comments Comments by IntenseDebate Enter text right here! Reply as a Guest, or login: Login to IntenseDebate Login to WordPress.com Login to Twitter Go back Tweet this comment Connected as (Logout) Email (optional) Not displayed publicly. Name Email Website (optional) Displayed next to your comments. Not displayed publicly. If you have a website, link to it here. Posting anonymously. Tweet this comment Cancel Submit Comment Subscribe to None Replies All new comments 14-and-under all stars:Â State Tournament at Derby – Friday, July 18 – Monday, July 21Â First round: – Wellington vs. Frontenac, 12 noon. Six teams are in double-elimination tournament. Brackets are here. 10-under girls all stars:Â Pool Play: Winfield SWAT 15 Wellington 0. SHE: Naveya Garder.Cottonwood Valley 13 Wellington 3. SHE: Olivia Brand.Lyons 14 Wellington 9. SHE: Madison Ward.Follow us on Twitter.
While South Africa produces many products of world-class quality for export, it is also a major importer of diverse products from most countries. From pharmaceuticals to telecommunications, South Africa is an advanced consumer of the latest on offer from international sources.Vehicles, aircraft and transport equipment are also major import sectors. (Image: Pexels)Brand South Africa reporterThe sophisticated and mature nature of the South African economy is reflected in the mix of economic sectors: primary (including agriculture, fishing and mining): 13%; secondary (manufacturing, construction and utilities): 20%; and tertiary (trade, transport and services): 67%.While South Africa produces many products of world-class quality for export, it is also a major importer of diverse products from most countries. In 2011, imports into South Africa were worth R722,6-billion, up from R585,3-billion the year before, reflecting the increase in demand for foreign-produced goods.Germany has, since 2001, been South Africa’s largest source of imports, showing annual growth of 18,5% between 2007 and 2008. However, in 2009 Germany was overtaken by China, which became the largest source of imports.From pharmaceuticals to telecommunications, South Africa is an advanced consumer of the latest on offer from international sources.Agricultural productsSouth African agriculture and agribusiness have a number of competitive advantages, making the country both an important trading partner and a viable investment destination.South Africa supplements local agricultural production with imports, key among these being consumer-oriented products, forestry products, and intermediate products.One of the mainstays of the South African economy, the agricultural sector holds many opportunities with both large commercial and emerging farmers in areas such as capital investment, training, equipment and services supply.See South African agriculture for moreAviationAirports Company South Africa (Acsa) handles about 90% of the country’s aviation requirements, operating three international airports (OR Tambo International, Cape Town International, and King Shaka International), seven national airports (Port Elizabeth, East London, George, Kimberly, Upington, Bloemfontein, and Pilanesberg airport near Sun City).Since the massive upgrades for the World Cup in 2010, airport development has been ongoing, including freight handling upgrades. The domestic low-cost carrier market is active, and the air transport sector is on a growth path.Airports Company South Africa: www.airports.co.zaEquipment and machineryThis is South Africa’s most important import area: out of total imports worth R723.4- billion in 2011, R176.8-billion – about 24% – were in this category. It is the primary import not only from China, but also from Europe, the Japan and India.The Automotive Production and Development Programme (APDP) will be introduced in 2013 and will be in place until 2020. The APDP framework and provisions covering import duties, local assembly allowances, production incentives and investment allowances are aimed at increasing competitiveness and growth.Vehicles, aircraft and transport equipment are also major import sectors.See South Africa’s automotive industry for moreInformation technologySouth Africa’s information technology market is the largest in Africa, ranking 20th in the world in overall market size, and eighth in IT spending as a proportion of GDP, according to the Department of Trade and Industry.South Africa has one of the Middle East and Africa’s most significant IT markets in terms of size and growth potential. Its IT market is supported by factors such as the government’s digital projects and the telecommunications sector.As broadband access increases and internet penetration deepens, so the demand for hard- and software increase.A major opportunity lies in increased capital spending by small and medium-sized businesses, with particular focus on environmental resources management and customer-relationship management applications.See ICT and electronics in South Africa for moreFood and beveragesSouth Africa has always had a well-developed food and beverage industry, partly because of the country’s major agricultural activity, and partly because of its relatively sophisticated food requirements.Importation of food preparations (such as sauces and condiments) has shown a steady increase over the past few years.FranchisesKey sectors for development include: building, office and home services; automotive products and services; entertainment and leisure; hair, health and beauty; printing and photographic development; and restaurants.Franchise Association of South Africa: www.fasa.co.zaGreen technologiesSouth Africa is beginning to implement measures to help reduce its reliance on coal to produce energy. The government’s moves towards increased energy efficiencies and environmental measures, such as a focus on recycling, pollution control, green building technologies as well as renewable and alternative energies, present opportunities for companies experienced in these areas.International brands: fashion, giftwareSouth Africa has an expanding consumer base and a growing disposable income, and South African consumers are prepared to pay a higher premium for international brand products.Pharmaceuticals and chemicalsMore than US$1-billion worth of pharmaceuticals are sold in South Africa annually, and the market is expected to grow substantially.The country has a high incidence of TB, HIV/Aids and malaria. An estimated 1,06-million adults and 105 123 children were receiving antiretroviral treatment in 2010.Opportunities exist in the supply of wound-management devices, advanced technology and equipment, as well as specialist products.There is an increasingly reliance on petrochemical imports, especially of plastic converters.Imports of substances, such as ozone-depleting chemicals under the Montreal Convention and chemicals used in illegal drug manufacturing under the 1988 United Nations Convention, are subject to control.See Health care in South Africa and South Africa’s chemical industry for moreNational Association of Pharmaceutical Manufacturers: www.napm.co.zaPharmaceutical Industry Association of South Africa: www.piasa.co.zaChemical and Allied Industries’ Association: www.caia.co.zaChemissa – Value-added information on the chemical industry in South Africa: www.chemissa.co.zaRailwaysSouth Africa’s state-led capital-expansion programme includes the development of rail transportation – rolling stock, including trains and carriages – under the Transnet Expansion programme.The R300-billion programme aims to move the transportation of minerals such as coal from roads to rail, and will include upgrading of rail infrastructure as well as projects at the country’s ports.See South Africa’s transport network for moreSecurity and safety equipmentThere is strong growth in private security industry technology, such as CCTV and digital surveillance equipment, sophisticated access control systems (smart card technology), and IT systems.Many cities have introduced surveillance cameras, and businesses are increasingly updating systems with the latest technology. Home security is another key area.Security Association of South Africa: www.sasecurity.co.zaTelecommunication servicesThe South African telecommunications market is the largest in Africa, in terms of both customers and revenues. The market is growing consistently and substantially.South Africa is one of the fastest-growing mobile communications markets in the world. Rapid growth is expected to continue, driven by increased innovation and competitive activity in the markets.Mobile penetration is at around 59.5-million. With around 20% of users holding more than one SIM card, internet penetration is around 117.5%. There are around 4- million fixed-line subscribers.See South Africa’s telecommunications for moreTourismSouth Africa is one of the world’s fastest-growing holiday destinations. The industry was given an injection by the country’s successful staging of the 2010 World Cup.Given its significant contribution to the economy – around 5% of total GDP – the development of a strong tourism industry is a high priority for the South African government, with many incentives and development schemes under way. A broad range of opportunities exist in this thriving sector.See South Africa’s tourism industry for moreWater and wastewaterThe South African government is committed to ensuring that all its citizens have access to a minimum standard of potable water and sanitation. Many South African municipalities are looking to overseas companies to help them address these problems through concessions or management contracts.The increased focus on environmentally friendly solutions means that there are other opportunities for water utilities and contractors.Reviewed: 28 August 2012Would you like to use this article in your publication or on your website? 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Related Posts Fossil Group announced on Thursday that it will double wearable production in 2017, adding 300 new products, which will smartwatches from new brands.The American fashion designer has several connected watches on display at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2017 in Las Vegas, from a variety of popular fashion brands.See Also: Wearables find themselves increasingly going to workArmani has launched a collection of “hybrid smartwatches” as part of its Exchange Connected range, Skagen updated its Jorn and Hald smartwatches with thinner aesthetics, and Misfit launched Vayor, the company’s first touchscreen watch with a music player, GPS, and heart-rate monitor.A big new offeringFossil has also launched three new Fossil Q smartwatches at CES, the Q Accomplice, Q Modern Pursuit, and the Q Grant. The Q Accomplice runs Android Wear and is Fossil’s slimmest smartwatch. The Q Modern Pursuit and Q Grant are “hybrid” smartwatches that combine tracking tech with analog design.“Customers crave connectivity that doesn’t compromise style. We’re creating more options to seamlessly integrate desired tech features into our customers’ style and lifestyle,” said Greg McKelvey, chief strategy and digital officer at Fossil. “Fossil design, scale, speed to market and unrivaled portfolio of fashion brands, coupled with our cloud and app platform, and tech and hardware innovation, have pulled us ahead of the wearables pack.”Fossil wants to be the largest supplier of wrist wearables in the world, and with its long list of third-party brands, it might reach that benchmark by the end of the year.It hasn’t been an easy road for Fossil’s wearables team. In May, the firm saw its shares plunge more than 30% on poor wearables revenues, as it missed analysts’ forecasts for earnings and lowered its future outlook.The firm’s wearables revenues saw 7-10% drops across all segments and in all regions in the first quarter of 2016. Tags:#Armani#CES2017#Fossil#Internet of Things#IoT#Misfit#Skagen#smartwatch#wearable Internet of Things Makes it Easier to Steal You… Why IoT Apps are Eating Device Interfaces Follow the Puck Francesco Gatti Small Business Cybersecurity Threats and How to…
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The Canadian Press A Canadian man has reportedly been detained in China on allegations of fraud.The South China Morning Post, citing local media, says the 61-year-old Canadian is accused of trying to defraud an unnamed entertainment company out of C$375 million.The newspaper says the man, whose full name is not given, allegedly tried to use fake papers to transfer the money from the company’s account to an account in Hong Kong.Global Affairs Canada did not immediately respond to a request for comment on the matter, but the latest arrest comes in the midst of testy diplomatic relations between the two countries.Two Canadians, Michael Kovrig and Michael Spavor, have been detained in China since December for allegedly endangering national security.Their arrests came shortly after Canadian authorities in Vancouver arrested Meng Wanzhou, a senior executive with Chinese firm Huawei Technologies, who is wanted by the U.S. on fraud charges.On Saturday, it was announced Prime Minister Justin Trudeau had fired John McCallum as Canada’s ambassador to China after he twice weighed in on the high-stakes extradition case. Another Canadian, Robert Lloyd Schellenberg, received a death sentence for a previous drug-smuggling conviction, a harsher penalty than the 15 years of imprisonment he’d already been given.