Reddish, who stands 6 foot 8, has a point guard’s skill set in a forward’s body. He ran the Westtown offense while also taking advantage of smaller opposing backcourt players. He averaged 16.2 points per game for the Moose, which featured five star power forward Mohamed Bamba and four star guard Brandon Randolph in the Class of 2017..
Family Fun Family Day the one day a year that is designated for limitless amounts of fun with family. Or at least that is what family day is meant for isn’t it? Family Day is meant for families to stop working and have fun with each other, in limitless amounts. Since our lives are always so busy and we don’t take the time to relax and be with our family unless it’s an event, Family Day is just a day where we can spend a limitless amount of time with our loved ones doing whatever we want, instead of looking at the clock hoping for the hours of the day to hurry up so we can go home and be with them..
Have to make absolutely sure we aren creating a nation of addicts, said Canadian Medical Association President Louis Hugo Francescutti. Few physicians are prepared. Canadians are deciding marijuana is good medicine, with more than 30,000 people now having medical licenses.
Many of those resources find their way into the goods, gadgets and machines that we find indispensable in our everyday lives. But do we really need so much stuff, or are we simply addicted to the new? There’s no doubt that our consumption of resources from food to gadgets has risen dramatically over the past 60 years, and much of the world seems to be in the grip of a shopping epidemic. But is there a conscious effort driving it?.
Get daily updates directly to your inboxSubscribeSee our privacy noticeThank you for subscribing!GREEN campaigners have voiced concerns about the environmental “threat” posed by drilling for oil after a leak in a pipeline forced the temporary closure of a North Sea oil field.Production at the Foinaven field, 120 miles west of Shetland, was shut down at 1.30am yesterday after a small leak was discovered.The leak, caused by a hairline fracture on an infield flowline, was found during a routine inspection and stopped within an hour of being spotted, according to field owners BP.A company spokesman said: “BP has since carried out comprehensive checks of the area, at the source and on the surface, and can confirm that no oil is visible and that there is no evidence of ongoing pollution.”Production remains shut down. An investigation into the cause of the incident will be carried out by BP.”The leak, of an oil and water mix, started at some point from January 17 onwards.BP said the coastguard, police, Health and Safety Executive (HSE) and UK energy department were notified immediately after it was discovered.WWF Scotland said it was time Scotland gave up its “addiction” to oil.Director Dr Richard Dixon said today: “We’re relieved to hear that a potential oil pollution incident appears to have been avoided west of Shetland. Nevertheless, the discovery of cracks in any oil pipeline is still worrying.”BP’s response to this incident appears in stark contrast to Shell’s hapless efforts with its leaking Gannet Alpha oil platform last year.”This incident once again highlights the daily threat oil drilling poses to Scotland’s marine environment.”If Scotland wants to lead the world on clean energy then the quicker we end our addiction to oil the better.”Last year, more than 200 tonnes of oil spilled into the North Sea from a leak in the flowline to Shell’s Gannet Alpha platform, about 112 miles east of Aberdeen.