The management of the Liberia Electricity Corporation (LEC) over the weekend honored the former Secretary-General of the West African Power Pool (WAPP), Amadou Diallo, for his dedicated role played at the corporation during his tenure.Prior to the end of his tenure, Mr. Diallo represented WAPP in Liberia and was assigned with the LEC to ensure that countries connected to the project were fully electrified.Joseph T. Mayah, LEC Deputy Chief Executive Officer, lauded Mr. Diallo, describing his tenure at the corporation as “praise worthy” since he was always available to listen to the plight of employees and advised them appropriately.The honoring ceremony was held at a resort in Monrovia on August 7.He assured Mr. Diallo that his good work at the corporation would always be remembered and appreciated by the people of Liberia.For his part, Mr. Diallo applauded the LEC Management for providing him the opportunity to work with them.He said LEC has been cooperative, ensuring that the dream to connect Liberia to the rest of the WAPP network to a single grid was realized.Mr. Diallo stated that with the help of LEC, the WAPP was energized as they handled problems related to the running of wires and other electric work in the country.“I’m so honored for this appreciation, and therefore, I remain grateful as you can see through my deepest appreciation to the LEC Management,” Mr. Diallo said.The program was climaxed with a gowning ceremony as well as the naming of Mr. Diallo as Mr. Tamba Diallo.Among those who attended the ceremony were Guinea’s Ambassador to Liberia Alhaji Abdullah Doré, Mr. Curtis Lavalle, Acting CEO of LEC, etc.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)
To get to the moment of truth at Pomona, Schumacher and his team had to erase what was once a 336-point deficit almost halfway through the year. “Listen, that wasn’t an easy task by any means,” Schumacher said. “But I felt that if there was ever a team that could get over such a hurdle, it would be my team. When we got that first win at St. Louis in the end of June, I felt confident we could get on a roll.” Entering his 12th professional season, Schumacher knows times are changing. Not only is the competition getting tougher and tougher, but now he will have to contend with the NHRA’s new “Countdown to the Championship.” “As for the competition, there are no easy draws anymore,” he said. “The amount of talent in the Top Fuel class these days is mind-boggling. You have the three-car Kalitta team, Brandon Bernstein, Larry Dixon, Cory McClenathan and J.R. Todd, just to name a few guys. Any number of teams and drivers can win races and, ultimately, the championship. That’s why you have to be on your game every weekend. “And this year, in particular, you better be on your game right from the start. With the new championship format, you have to be in the top eight after the Reading (Pa.) race or else you’ll be relegated to playing the spoiler role. It was at the 2006 season finale in November when Schumacher completed the biggest comeback in NHRA history by winning the Auto Club Finals with a record-setting 4.428-second quarter-mile effort in the finals. The 20 bonus points allowed him to clinch a third straight championship. “If I said I’ve stopped thinking about what happened that day, I would be lying,” Schumacher said. “You can’t forget about history. What the U.S.Army team did last year was incredible.” “This new chase will be exciting, for sure. I’ll be interested to see how it all shakes out. As a team, you clearly want to be running your best toward the end of the year. In recent years, we’ve typically run well later in the season. I hope that trend continues this time around.” Should Schumacher rise up and win a fourth straight crown, he will enter the Top Fuel record books as the only driver to turn that trick. “I know the record is hanging out there, but I’m not overly concerned with it,” he said. “My goal is to win another world championship for the U.S. Army and all of our soldiers around the world. Plain and simple, we race for the brave men and women who are fighting for our freedom on a daily basis.” 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! Despite the old adage – “Those who forget history are doomed to repeat it” – Tony Schumacher can’t be faulted for thinking about 2006, and specifically the NHRA Auto Club Finals. The NHRA Powerade Drag Racing Series returns to Pomona Raceway this weekend for the season-opening Carquest Auto Parts Winternationals. Schumacher would probably like a stroll down memory lane, but he’ll be all business behind the wheel of the U.S. Army Top Fuel dragster.
An early first-half goal from Michael Murphy proved to be the crucial score as Glenswilly ousted Kilcar by the minimum in a thrilling Donegal SFC final. Glenswilly started the brighter and it was their inspirational full-forward Michael Murphy who started dictating the play early on.Murphy scored an early free and a monster 45 which settled Michael Canning’s side into this affair. Then that old combination of Neil Gallagher and Murphy did it again to unlock the Kilcar defence.A long direct ball inside from Gallagher found Murphy who shrugged off two Kilcar defenders to hammer the ball home.It was the perfect start from Glenswilly, but Kilcar juts like they did in the semi-final against Naomh Conaill responded well.Martin McHugh’s side got back to within two thanks to points from Paddy McBrearty and Andrew McClean. However, Glenswilly were always able to keep Kilcar at arms length and added on another few scores to lead by four at the break.The game was played in horrendously difficult conditions with some very heavy downpours throughout the match.Kilcar are a team full of quality and showed plenty of fighting spirit in the second-half, as they tried desperately to claw back the deficit.In truth, Kilcar with rue the amount of wide’s they kicked in the second-half, and those wide’s proved fatal in the end.Glenswilly have a team of seasoned campaigners and they used all their experience to get over the line, Kilcar got it back to a point when Mark Sweeney pointed, but it wasn’t enough. Glenswilly hung on to land their third Donegal SFC title in six years.Commiserations to Kilcar who played their part in a cracking match, but it’s Glenswilly who take the Dr Maguire back to Foxhall again.Final score: Glenswilly 1-10 Kilcar 0-12Murphy goal the difference as Glenswilly win Donegal SFC title was last modified: October 17th, 2016 by Mark ForkerShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:Donegal SFCglenswillyHome-page NewskilcarMurphy
12 April 2016Almost 100 young South Africans aged between 19 and 22 were asked by the Nelson Mandela Foundation how the Constitution and Bill of Rights affected their lives. Their answers are on display at the foundation in an exhibition entitled My Constitution.“I’m very pleased that young people are as outspoken about the Constitution as they are,” said Denis Goldberg, anti-apartheid activist and Rivonia trialist, who attended the launch on 17 March in Houghton, Johannesburg. “Some are for it, some are against, but they speak out with integrity.”See more:The foundation’s chief executive, Sello Hatang, said that 20 years after its adoption, he was still amazed at what a remarkable document the Constitution was. Its authors had vision and foresight regarding the kind of society they wanted to build.“The one question that bothers all of us, that should bother all of us is. are we still on course?”Issues youth raisedAccording to Hatang, the exhibition gives a voice to young South Africans and “forces us to listen to their experiences over the past 20 years of how the Constitution has worked for them but, more importantly, where the Constitution has failed our people”.Gugu Mthethwa, one of the young respondents, said: “My Constitution makes me more responsible and mindful of the things I do, how I act towards other people and how I would like to be treated.”Others, such as Balungile Radebe, raised critical questions. “We are the born-frees. Are we free from HIV? Are we free from ridiculous fees? Are we free from oppression? Are we free from poverty? No.”Clive Makhetha said: “I value freedom of association. I can be with people I want to be with at any time or place. I’m not restricted.”My Constitution exhibition: giving a voice to young South Africans https://t.co/0tIW5lQXcM #myconstitution pic.twitter.com/6MF9yvlNrJ— NelsonMandela (@NelsonMandela) March 20, 2016Constitution as post-conflict documentWandisa Phama, candidate attorney at the Centre for Applied Legal Studies at the University of the Witwatersrand, described the Constitution as beautiful when she spoke at the launch. “I think all of us in this room have a sense of the beauty of this Constitution and, as much as there are things that we can question, there are things that we can celebrate.“So when the foundation asked me to give a brief reflection of what it meant to be a young South African 21 years into our democracy, I thought to myself it meant a number of things – but what it means for each individual really depends on the lens that, as a person, you use to look at things.”Phama said each person’s lens was influenced by factors such as gender, socio-economic conditions, and race.Deputy Chief Justice Dikgang Moseneke, who served 10 years on Robben Island, explained that the Constitution was a “post-conflict” document. It was aimed at “moving us from a dark, dim and terrible past to an inclusive society that celebrates diversity”.The Constitution gave voice to every man and woman by giving them the right to take part in elections and decide who was in power.Quoting Frantz Fanon, the Afro-Caribbean philosopher, revolutionary and writer, Moseneke urged the youth “accomplish or betray their own mission”.“Mr Mandela and other great freedom fighters have not sold out,” he said. “They laid down beginnings that leave you with the clear mission to change your world within the values of a great Constitution.”This year marks the 20th anniversary of South Africa’s Constitution being signed into law.Source: Nelson Mandela Foundation
There are some 225,000 mobile applications for Apple’s iPhone and iPad, and counting. How on earth do you find ones that are actually worth using? You could use a recommendation service like AppsFire (itself a nifty little iPhone app too), or you could ask a friend. But every now and then, we like to round up a few of our favorites and share them with you. This latest edition of our favorite iPhone apps includes some brand new ones for you to try along with us, as well as some which may not have just launched, but which you may not have heard of either. Brand New (and Still in Testing)The brand new apps in this list sounded intriguing, but after some initial testing we’re not sure if they’ll ever make it to “home screen” status. Some have a few kinks to work out, and others, well, we’re just not entirely sold yet. But in all cases, we definitely like the ideas, so we hope the developers can improve these new releases over time. Cardmobili: Promised as the next big thing in loyalty/membership cards, this app tracks your discount cards, but stores the data in the cloud, not locally on your device. It also plugs into merchant’s customer relationship management systems so they can run their programs on customers’ mobile phones. Integrated offers are included too. Downsides: I’m not impressed with the design of the app, especially when compared with the clean and simple CardStar app. It also didn’t have the first two membership cards I entered, ones I use so often they dangle from my keychain: Babies R Us and L.A. Fitness – both large, national brands whose absence wasn’t promising. Quanp: Last year, we looked at Quanp, Ricoh’s visual online storage site with the odd name. Now the app is available in iPhone format and offers 10 GB of storage with a free account. Users can share files up to 500 MB, upload photos and videos from the iPhone and share files locally via Bluetooth with other iPhone users. Sounds great, in theory. One problem: I had forgotten my Quanp password, but when I logged onto the website to reset it, it redirected me to a “helpful” Japanese page. Using Google Translate, I believe I requested a new one. It hasn’t arrived yet, and it’s been hours, so consider this app’s testing “in progress.” I may need to set up a new account. I love the idea, though. iMovie: Apple’s own iMovie app is worthy addition to any iPhone 4 device, allowing you to create HD movies using editing controls, themes and music playlists. It’s simple (almost too simple – I wouldn’t mind having a few more editing features) but it lets you turn that cute footage of your dog/baby/vacation/party/etc. into a movie worthy of sharing on YouTube. (Read More) sarah perez The Rise and Rise of Mobile Payment Technology iHound: I refuse to pay $99 for Apple’s MobileMe service when all I really want is the “Find My iPhone” feature. Determined to find a cheaper option, I first tried the similar $0.99 app “Find My Device.” It didn’t work and crashed constantly. Next I tried iHound, and I was totally sold. The $3.99 app lets you track your iPhone via an online dashboard. The app can be configured to “check in” with frequency intervals you specify, and you can even turn on a “spoof screen” that displays when someone launches the app, saying things like “location updating” or “warning!” And if your iPhone goes missing somewhere in the house, you can go online to trigger an alarm in order to locate it. I guess that could scare robbers too. In-app purchases let you extend your subscription in three-month, six-month, one-year or two-year intervals, all for very affordable prices ($3.99 for three months up to $19.99 for two years). Take that, MobileMe! The app was also recently updated to run in the background on iOS 4-enabled devices. Related Posts Tags:#Apple#mobile#web Why IoT Apps are Eating Device Interfaces MapQuest: The AOL company has been busy lately, and its new iPhone map app is just one example of the exciting changes being made. Although still not as rich and robust as Google Maps, the app does offer spoken turn-by-turn directions now… for free! Version 2.0 of MapQuest for the iPhone adds this feature and more, including iOS 4 compatibility for running in the background. The voice used isn’t too bad, either. (Read More) Apps We’re Still UsingIn case you missed our earlier reviews, a few apps that we’re still happily using include:Plancast: the plan-sharing app (our review) Bing: maps, directions, search and other local info, now iOS 4 compatible (our review)Digg: We think it’s better than the website (our review)Siri: A long-time favorite, now with Wolfram Alpha integration! (our review) RWW: Of course, we love our own iPhone app too! (Someone else’s review!) Face2Face: The latest entry in location-based social networking, this app doesn’t force you to recreate your network; it uses those you already built on Facebook, Twitter, MySpace and LinkedIn. In theory, once you sync your friend lists with the app, you can see if your friends are nearby. There’s a big focus on privacy controls as well, which is nice. Downside: Apparently, your friends have to use Face2Face too in order for it to work. It didn’t find my husband (and Facebook friend) even when we sat with our iPhones in the same room. How Did I Live Without This App?Some of the apps in this list aren’t brand new, but rather recently installed on my iPhone. Forgive me if you’ve been using these for ages; I just discovered they existed and can’t believe I lived without them for this long. The last two, however, are newer apps to launch and are definitely worth the download.Grocery IQ: This simple shopping list app lets you create organized lists quickly, using both barcode scanning techniques or text-based entry. As you type, it automatically suggests brand name items and/or standard grocery needs (milk, eggs, etc.). The best part, though, for two-iPhone (or Android!) families is the ability to share lists with others. You create, they shop or vice versa. Coupons.com is partnered with the service, too, allowing you to add discounts to your shopping list. Unfortunately, these still need to be printed out before use at the store. Role of Mobile App Analytics In-App Engagement What it Takes to Build a Highly Secure FinTech …
Start Free Trial Already a member? Log in I recently returned from a two-week family vacation trip to Alaska. This was my first trip to Alaska; of course, two weeks is a very brief time to visit such a vast state. We were able to spend some time in Fairbanks, Denali National Park, Anchorage, and Seward. We also spent several days fishing along the Salcha River and at Lower Paradise Lake on the Kenai Peninsula.My visit to Alaska sparked ideas for several possible blogs:But all of these topics have been pushed to the back of my brain by a more serious issue: Alaska’s shrinking glaciers.In Alaska, we got close to at least five glaciers: Exit Glacier, Holgate Glacier, Mother Goose Glacier, Surprise Glacier, and Wolverine Glacier. It was a rare privilege to crawl out of our tent on a bright July morning on the shore of a remote Alaskan lake to see sunlight playing on the blue and white surfaces of a mountain glacier on the other side of the lake. A visit to Alaska sharpens the pain I feel when I learn the facts about climate change, because I have a better idea of what is now at risk.When I looked at these impressive glaciers, I had no way to determine (like most tourists to Alaska) whether these glaciers are growing, stable, or shrinking. However, at the most visited of these glaciers, Exit Glacier, the National Park Service has provided a graphic way of displaying how quickly Alaska is losing its ice. Rangers have installed a series of signs, stretching over more than a mile, showing how much the glacier has shrunk in the last 100 years. The signs indicate the edge of the glacier at various times, beginning in 1899.In recent decades, Exit Glacier has been retreating at a rate of 43… Sign up for a free trial and get instant access to this article as well as GBA’s complete library of premium articles and construction details. This article is only available to GBA Prime Members
MCDsNew Delhi, May 20 (PTI) The BJP has put on hold the names of its councillors who were to be appointed as leaders of House in three municipal corporations, owing to the “cold war” between Delhi BJP chief Manoj Tiwari and Union Sports Minister Vijay Goel.The three BJP councillors who were considered for the posts of leaders of House in South, North and East Delhi Municipal Corporations have been “punished” for attending a felicitation function hosted by Goel on May 16, a senior party leader said.”Shikha Rai (SDMC), Jai Prakash (NDMC) and Santosh Pal (EDMC) were considered for the posts of leaders of House but the party has put on hold their names as they attended Goels function despite being instructed to avoid it,” he said.Tiwari was also invited to the function but he chose to give it a miss, while around 40-50 councillors took part in it.With the BJPs massive victory in the MCD polls last month, the party leaders are now focusing on the next assembly elections. This has led to a competition between Goel and Tiwari for the post of chief minister, sources said.”Goel being an old-timer well embedded in Delhi politics is asserting himself as Tiwari has pulled off a stunning victory in the MCD polls barely six months after being appointed as the Delhi unit chief,” a source said.Goel said he is not engaged in a “tussle” with anyone and the function he hosted was part of a “slum movement” to promote sports among the youth.advertisement”I do not know what people are talking of but the function was held by my ministry to engage Nehru Yuva Kendra youths in our slum movement. I have no tussle with anyone,” the Youth Affairs and Sports minister said.The Delhi BJP denied claims that the three councillors names were withdrawn as a punishment for attending Goels function.”The BJP has announced Shikha Rais name as the Leader of House in SDMC and we stand by it. No names were announced for the posts of leaders of House in North and East corporations,” said Delhi BJP media in-charge Pravin Shankar Kapoor.Tiwari was not available for comments on the issue. PTI VIT GVS
Former India batsman Aakash Chopra has defended Virat Kohli but said he “could have done better” after India captain’s “leave India” comment to a cricket fan courted a massive controversy.Kohli was in the eye of a storm during the launch of his mobile application when he told a fan that he should not be living in India if he cannot like Indian cricketers.Chopra, however, said he was “surprised” by Kohli’s remark.”I don’t think this is what Virat Kohli is or this is what he actually thinks. In the last 18-24 months we have seen a lot of maturity with regard to how he speaks, what he actually portrays in the public domain…in all the post match interviews he’s someone who’s is not happy to take credit himself. But he’s happy to be very, very modest and humble.”It does surprise me. What he has said is something, yes, disappointing, unacceptable but then freedom of expression allows us to say what we want and I also feel social media at times gets the worst out of us. He was trying to address a mean tweet perhaps he had gone through a multiple mean tweets before reacting or choosing to react to one…he could have done better. When he’ll look back at it, I don’t think he’ll really be proud of what he said,” Chopra told India Today.Kohli launched his mobile app on his 30th birthday on November 5. He read out social media messages and reacted after reading a particular tweet on his app.advertisement”Over-rated batsman and personally I see nothing special in his batting. I enjoy watching English and Australian batsmen more than these Indians,” Kohli read out the tweet from a fan during his app launch.It was his reaction to the comment that sparked a major uproar.”Okay, I don’t think you should live in India then…you should go and live somewhere else, no? Why are you living in our country and loving other countries? I don’t mind you not liking me but I don’t think you should live in our country and like other things. Get your priorities right,” Kohli replied.Is #Kohli asking his non-Indian fans to leave their country and come to India????.. Or to sort their priorities? #WTF pic.twitter.com/tRAX4QbuZIH (@Hramblings) November 6, 2018However, Kohli on Thursday took to Twitter to clarify why he made that comment.”I guess trolling isn’t for me guys, I’ll stick to getting trolled! I spoke about how “these Indians” was mentioned in the comment and that’s all. I’m all for freedom of choice. Keep it light guys and enjoy the festive season. Love and peace to all,” Kohli tweeted.I guess trolling isn’t for me guys, I’ll stick to getting trolled! ??I spoke about how “these Indians” was mentioned in the comment and that’s all. I’m all for freedom of choice. ?? Keep it light guys and enjoy the festive season. Love and peace to all. ???Virat Kohli (@imVkohli) November 8, 2018Since Kohli’s video went viral, fans have expressed their staunch views over the 30-year-old’s statements calling him arrogant and obnoxious. One fan said Kohli may have had a brain fade moment and shouldn’t be attacked.Rang De Basanti actor Siddharth called the Indian skipper’s comment “an idiotic set of words”.”If you want to remain #KingKohli it may be time to teach yourself to think ‘What would Dravid say?’ before speaking in future. What an idiotic set of words to come from an #India #captain!” Siddharth tweeted.If you want to remain #KingKohli it may be time to teach yourself to think ‘What would Dravid say?’ before speaking in future. What an idiotic set of words to come from an #India #captain! https://t.co/jVsoGAESuMSiddharth (@Actor_Siddharth) November 8, 2018Kohli has a huge following on social media with most of his posts showing him sweating it out at the gym, which strikes a chord with the youth of the country. He is well aware of his influence on the youth of the country and that he is closely followed not only by the media but millions who profess him their hero.Cricket fans on social media have now started to dig out some old tweets of Kohli and have begun targetting him based on his own words.According to your logic.sir @imVkohliIf you like German made Audi more than Indian TATA or Mahendra then…………?#ViratKohli pic.twitter.com/fGFUYvR0XXTruth_seeker (@faraz412) November 7, 2018advertisement”Don’t live in India if you love batsmen from other countries” This coming from someone who had his wedding in Italy.??Once Virat said he loves ABD’s batting, he also dated a Brazilian. Then he is also not eligible to live in India?? #ViratKohli is a different level hypocrite! pic.twitter.com/1dzPNUwbNJNadeem Gaur (@NADEEMGOUR786) November 7, 2018#ViratKohli @imVkohli please leave to GERMANY pic.twitter.com/5ZD8ePKLzhSayyad shihabuddin (@Sayyad62711954) November 7, 2018If you don’t like Indian Tennis Player then you should leave India and go somewhere else.@imVkohli kindly decide your priorities. #ViratKohli pic.twitter.com/N5oeEwo8G9Shubham Jaiswal (@Shubham4Swaraj) November 8, 2018If you don’t like Indian company bags don’t live here #SayItLikeVIRAT #ViratKohli pic.twitter.com/H10mTctKf1JS(Fisk) #RYP (@Kepler___22) November 7, 2018#Kohli #ViratKohli #Germany Where did your marriage held? pic.twitter.com/VYQRRvAqSP$akthi Msd (@SakthiMsd3) November 8, 2018
India’s young table tennis players completed their winning spree in the Bahrain Junior and Cadet Open on a high note, adding eight more medals to their kitty, including two gold, three silver and three bronze medals, late on Monday night in Manama, Bahrain.The medal rush for India started off with World No. 4 in the U-15 bracket, Payas Jain, steamrolling past his opponents to clinch the Cadet Boys’ Individual category crown. In the finals, he tamed Simon Belik of Czech Republic 3-1 to bag the gold medal.In the Cadet Girls’ category, five young Indian paddlers paved their way into the quarterfinals, but only two of them eventually made it to the last four stage.Anargya Manjunath and Yashaswini Ghorpade then registered easy 3-0 wins over Malamatenia Papadimitriou of Greece and Hana Goda of Egypt, to make the final clash an all-Indian affair.Karnataka’s Anargya proved to be the girl in form, beating Yashaswini 3-1 to clinch the gold.Brilliant performance by the Indian U-15 paddlers in the Bahrain Open. Kudos to all of you for your efforts. The future of Indian Table Tennis is definitely bright. Keep the Indian flag flying high. #TableTennis #TuesdayThoughts #BahrainOpen #YoungGuns #Sports #LetsGo pic.twitter.com/ySiyOr09qiSharath Kamal (@sharathkamal1) February 12, 2019Suhana Saini and Swastika Ghosh fought valiantly in the Mini-Cadet Girls’ and Junior Girls’ category, respectively, but could only salvage a bronze medal each for their efforts.Suhana (U-15) went down to World No. 42 Hana Goda of Egypt in the semifinals to take the third spot. Swastika Ghosh too couldn’t put it past eventual winner Kristina Kazantseva of Russia and had to be content with a bronze too.advertisementIn the doubles section, the duos of Anargya Manjunath-Suhana Saini and Manushree Patil- Swastika Ghosh made it to the semifinals in the Junior Girls’ category. But the former pair’s journey was cut short by Kristina Kazantsev-Olga Vishniakova, the eventual winners from Russia.The pair of Swastika and Manushree seemed to be on course for a grand victory, getting off to a flying start. But the Russian girls bounced back from a two-game deficit to register a remarkable 3-2 win, giving the Indian pair only the silver.In the Junior Boys’ Doubles, Payas Jain and Deepit Patil also suffered the same fate as they went down to the Russian pair of Artem Tikhonov and Lev Katsman in the finals to settle for a silver medal.The Indian contingent had earlier clinched four medals in the team events and made it a fabulous sojourn in Manama, Bahrain by amassing a total tally of 12 medals.Also Read | Sathiyan highest ranked Indian, Manika Batra into top 50
Late in the third quarter, TCU drove the length of the field and tried to dive in from the 2-yard-line with Sewo Olonilua. He, well, he fumbled before he got in, but the referees awarded TCU a touchdown anyway to make it 34-17.That’s not a TD! pic.twitter.com/uGLV7CkHHf— Pistols Firing (@pistolsguys) September 23, 2017It goes without saying, but Oklahoma State is officially in trouble.Yo! pic.twitter.com/fqWDVOw0VL— Pistols Firing (@pistolsguys) September 23, 2017 If you’re looking for the comments section, it has moved to our forum, The Chamber. You can go there to comment and holler about these articles, specifically in these threads. You can register for a free account right here and will need one to comment.If you’re wondering why we decided to do this, we wrote about that here. Thank you and cheers!