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Edward BrownEdward Brown, Hogan LovellsEdward Brown, a partner in the firm’s pensions practice, will take the lead on the firm’s ‘input into and implementation’ of the new Solicitors Qualifying Examination (SQE).Brown, who will work with the rest of the graduate recruitment team, is a member of the trainee recruitment interview panel and has supervised trainees. According to the firm he ’trained with the firm and progressed to partnership, so has a wealth of experience that will prove invaluable in managing SQE implementation.’Meanwhile litigation partner Crispin Rapinet has agreed to become the firm’s new training principal. His role began with effect from 1 January. Rapinet will work alongside graduate recruitment partners Louise Lamb and Jon Chertkow, overseeing legal training and helping to guide graduate trainees through their qualification as solicitors.Rapinet said: ’The new SQE is a major change for the legal industry – firms and prospective trainees alike. Implementing a qualification process that meets the crucial aim of widening access to the profession and ensures a consistent and high quality calibre of qualified lawyer is no small task. The addition to our team of a colleague with a dedicated focus on its implementation, who can give detailed and due consideration at every stage as we work with the SRA and develop our offering, is an important asset.’Brown trained with the firm himself and progressed to partnership, is a member of our trainee recruitment interview panel, and has supervised trainees. This wealth of experience of the system will prove invaluable in managing the new SQE implementation.’City firms have already begun airing concerns over the SQE. The City of London Law Society suggesting that transitional arrangements for implementing the exam may need to be delayed to ensure firms have time to prepare for changes to training courses.Developments are set to pick up pace in the first quarter of this year when the Solicitors Regulation Authority is due to appoint an assessment partner for providing the exam. After the appointment, expected to be in February or March, information on prices and assessment details will begin to emerge.This week the SRA rejected fears that the new qualifying route would be a ’cash cow’ by pledging that any profit from the scheme will be paid into an ‘access and investment’ fund. International firm Hogan Lovells has created a new position to oversee implementation of the solicitors’ superexam which is set to spell the death knell for the LPC from 2020.
The baked bread is shown at a bakery in Cairo, Egypt. Image courtesy: Reuters/Mohamed Abd El Ghany The baked bread is shown at a bakery in Cairo, Egypt. Image courtesy: Reuters/Mohamed Abd El GhanyEgypt will issue guidelines on wheat imports within two weeks that will detail all specifications, procedures, and regulations for traders selling to the world’s largest buyer, Supply Minister Ali Moselhy told Reuters on Wednesday.Moselhy said a committee that includes the agriculture ministry has been putting together the streamlined guide, part of efforts to calm worried suppliers who have been charging high risk premiums because of what they say are inconsistent import rules and inspections.“It is our duty to publish this, and send it to all suppliers […] when you know what should be done, you will be immune to any abuse of power,” Moselhy said.Wheat shipments to Egypt have been disrupted in recent months after inspectors lost travel benefits tied to inspecting cargoes abroad.Traders say the inspectors are now applying inconsistent import rules at Egyptian ports in protest.
By far, the most expensive utility cost on dairy farms is energy – typically electricity, diesel fuel and natural gas or propane. Reducing these inputs can pay dividends in the short term and long term, both in terms of avoided costs and the non-energy benefits some technologies provide.advertisementadvertisementThere are many types of energy efficiency and renewable energy projects that can help your dairy save money. The most common opportunities we see are lighting retrofits, variable speed drives for milk and transfer pumps, compressor heat recovery, scroll compressors and milk precoolers.There are also more cutting-edge energy and water-efficiency technologies such as conductive cow cooling, ozone laundry and ventilation controllers that are increasingly popular on dairy farms. Renewable technologies, particularly solar photovoltaic systems and anaerobic digesters, can also be an excellent way to reduce overhead costs once efficiency opportunities are exhausted.While energy efficiency and renewable energy technologies can make financial sense for your dairy, it can be difficult to find the money for the initial purchase, particularly when milk prices are low. Fortunately, there are several programs available that offer financing and grants for energy-saving projects, helping reduce your out-of-pocket investment and substantially reducing the payback period.Even if you are not in a position to spend money on these upgrades right now, it’s good to know what funding opportunities are available for when you are ready to invest in some new projects for your dairy.Your local utility companyFirst, look at your local utility company’s website or give them a call to ask about energy rebates for your farm. Yes, these are the same people who make money selling you electricity, but many utilities also offer programs to reduce your energy costs because saving energy is cheaper for them in the long run, rather than building a new power plant or purchasing extra capacity from the grid to meet their demand.advertisementUtility rebates are often available for lighting projects and sometimes items like variable speed drives, fans, scroll compressors and more. Utility offerings vary widely based on your location, but it’s worth checking to see if funding is available. Most of the time, utility rebates can be combined with other incentives, such as those available through federal or state government programs.The USDAThe USDA has two programs that provide funding for energy projects:The Environmental Quality Incentives Program (EQIP) through the USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) provides financial assistance for both energy audits and the installation of energy efficiency projects. NRCS requires you to receive an energy audit before you can apply for technology funding in order to determine the opportunities on your farm and the energy savings and payback period associated with each opportunity. NRCS provides a fixed payment for an energy audit or energy efficiency technologies, typically covering between 50 and 75 percent of the costs.To apply for EQIP, call your local NRCS service center and ask about signing up for an Agricultural Energy Management Plan (AgEMP)–this is the energy audit that will enable you to apply for financial assistance through EQIP.After you are approved, you will receive an EQIP contract for the energy audit. You will be provided with a list of Technical Service Providers (TSPs) – farm energy professionals whose qualifications have been vetted by the USDA to provide energy audits. The TSP you select will deliver an energy audit to you that can then be used to apply for energy efficient equipment funding.Because contracts are typically only written a few times each year, you may have to wait a while for funding depending on when you apply. For that reason, call NRCS now to find out when the next application period opens so that you can be prepared.USDA Rural Development’s Rural Energy for America Program (REAP) also has a program that offers grants and loans for energy efficiency projects, as well as renewable energy projects like solar, wind and methane digesters.REAP offers competitive grants and guaranteed loans covering up to 25 percent of an eligible project’s costs, up to $250,000 for energy efficiency projects and up to $500,000 for renewable energy projects. Grant deadlines occur a few times each year, typically near the end of October and the end of April. REAP grant applications for under $20,000 have a set-aside pool of funding for the fall deadline and can have a better chance of being funded.advertisementThe application process is lengthy, so many applicants utilize a professional grant writer to put together their application. REAP applications will require either an energy audit, energy assessment or feasibility study depending on the size of the project. Your local Rural Development office can provide a list of energy auditors as well as consultants who can help prepare your grant or loan application.State fundingYour state’s department of agriculture or energy office may offer energy efficiency or renewable energy funding for agriculture. As of September 2016, several states including Delaware, Maryland, Florida, Massachusetts and Kentucky have some form of statewide funding available for dairy farm energy projects. Call your state representative, the Farm Bureau or your state’s department of agriculture to find out what may be available.Before you installSome programs allow you to receive funding after you have applied or after you have installed. Other programs require you to wait for approval first, so make sure you check and find out the rules before you begin the process of installing.Also, some programs only fund certain types of equipment, so ensure your project meets any eligibility requirements of the program. In some instances, you may be able to combine several sources of funding which will increase the total amount of funding for your project.Any time you are planning to upgrade your equipment or install a renewable energy system, make sure to check around and make sure you are not leaving any money on the table. Whether commodity prices are high or low, it’s always a good time to lower your operating costs. While feed and labor costs can be difficult to reduce, dairy farms often have opportunities to reduce utility costs by 10 to 35 percent. In our experience, this savings equates to anywhere from 2 to 30 cents per hundredweight in avoided costs. Kyle ClarkDirector of SustainabilityEnSaveEmail Kyle Clarkkylec@ensave.com
Share BIRMINGHAM, Ala. – After one of the best men’s basketball seasons in recent memory, the University of West Florida continues to set the new standard for Argonaut basketball, this time with a pair of selections on the 2011-12 All-Gulf South Conference Teams.Seniors Jamar Moore (Coolidge, Ga./Faulkner State CC) and Marquis Mathis (Columbus, Ohio/Cincinnati State CC) were each honored by the GSC after the Argos 18-10 season, the best for the university since the 2000-01 season.Moore was named an All-GSC First Team member after leading the Argonauts in scoring, rebounds and assists. The senior ranks fourth in the conference in points per game with a 17.8 average and third in rebounds, pulling down an average of 8.7 boards per outing.Mathis earns a spot on the All-GSC Second Team after a clutch performance for UWF down the stretch. The senior leads the Argos with 18.6 points per game when facing league opponents and 17.1 in all outings. Mathis is tops for coach Stinnett’s team in blocks with 21 total and second in rebounds with a 4.1 rebounds per game average.Both Argos were All-GSC Second Team members last season with Moore also earning a 2011-12 All-GSC Preseason Team nod.This season’s coveted Player of the Year Award was split between Alabama-Huntsville’s Josh Magette and Christian Brothers’ Scott Dennis. UAH also reeled in the Coach of the Year award in Lennie Acuff.Aside from Moore, the 2011-12 All-GSC First Team includes Magette, Dennis, CBU’s Zach Warner and UAH’s Jaime Smith. The second team includes Mathis, UNA’s Beaumont Beasley and Theron Jenkins, UAH’s Zane Campbell and West Georgia’s Da’Ron Sims.West Georgia freshman guard Thomas Higginbotham was named the GSC’s Freshman of the Year.The Argonauts will take part in their first GSC Tournament since the 2003-04 season starting Friday against North Alabama. For more information on West Florida basketball and on all UWF Athletics, visit www.GoArgos.com. Official GSC ReleasePrint Friendly Version Senior Jamar Moore earned an All-GSC First Team nod (Photo by Bill Stockland). West Florida Lands Two on All-GSC Men’s Basketball Team
CLEVELAND– Victor Rodriguez was named assistant hitting coach for the Cleveland Indians on Wednesday, the club announced in a press release.The addition of Rodriguez completes the Indians’ 2018 coaching staff. Rodriguez replaces Matt Quatraro, who became the Tampa Bay Rays third base coach last month. The Indians previously hired Carl Willis to replace Mickey Callaway as pitching coach after Callaway was hired to manage the Mets, and promoted Scott Atchison to bullpen coach after Jason Bere was dismissed.Rodriguez has spent the last 23 years in the Boston Red Sox organization as both a player and a coach. Over the last five years, he has served as the organization’s assistant hitting coach. He also served as their minor-league hitting coordinator for six years, and spent the 10 years before that as a Latin Field Coordinator and minor-league hitting coach.He played 19 years professionally, and appeared in 17 major league games with the Orioles in 1984 and Twins in 1989. Ashley Bastock Ashley is a former basketball player who covers the Cleveland Cavaliers, Indians and high school sports for NEO Sports Insiders. She also covers the Cavs for SB Nation’s Fear The Sword. Ashley is a 2015 graduate of John Carroll University and previously worked in political journalism. You can follow her on Twitter @AshleyBastock42 Related TopicsCleveland IndiansIndiansMLBVictor Rodriguez
Matt Loede Matt Loede has been a part of the Cleveland Sports Media for over 21 years, with experience covering Major League Baseball, National Basketball Association, the National Football League and even high school and college events. He has been a part of the Cleveland Indians coverage since the opening of Jacobs/Progressive Field in 1994, and spent two and a half years covering the team for 92.3 The Fan, and covers them daily for Associated Press Radio. You can follow Matt on Twitter HERE. Here’s the latest scores and standings for week six from the Suburban League – National.Brecksville 62 Cuyahoga Falls 20Hudson 45 Nordonia 27 North Royalton 34 Twinsburg 14Wadsworth 56 Stow 23Standings Brecksville 4-2 (3-0)Stow 4-2 (1-2)North Royalton 4-2 (2-1)Wadsworth 4-2 (2-1)Hudson 3-3 (2-1)Twinsburg 2-4 (1-2)Cuyahoga Falls 2-4 (0-3)Nordonia 1-5 (1-2) Related TopicsSuburban League National
An application for a footpath across the site of QPR’s proposed training ground at Warren Farm has been rejected.The ruling by Ealing Council’s Regulatory Committee came after a group of residents filed the application as part of their attempt to prevent Rangers acquiring the site.AdChoices广告“This is another important step forward for the new facility at Warren Farm and we are pleased with the council’s decision,” said QPR’s chief operating officer Mark Donnelly.The council’s verdict came 24 hours after Rangers’ hopes of a new stadium at Old Oak were also boosted when a joint application with the club’s partners, Genesis Housing Association, to build around 600 homes on the site of Oaklands was approved.It means QPR will be involved in the first major development at Old Oak, significantly raising their hopes of being at the heart of the wider regeneration project.Oaklands, a derelict former railway workers’ hostel, is situated at the top of Old Oak Common Lane.The battle for Warren FarmWest London Sport revealed in 2012 that QPR intended to build a new training ground at Warren Farm, later revealed they were considering abandoning the project, and subsequently revealed they had decided to go ahead but that it would be more modest than initially promised. The club confirmed in May last year that they had submitted revised proposals to Ealing Council, which approved the plans two months later but continued to face opposition from some local residents. Follow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebook
Ads by Revcontent Trending Articles Exclusive: People Are Becoming Rich Using This Profit System x Final Photos Taken Just Seconds Before Tragedy Struck x Easy Way to Generate Extra Income x Last Nights Episode Left Viewers Speechless! x Jackie Kennedy Was a Style Icon – but Her Shoes Revealed What We Long Suspected x This 70s Star Was Every Guy’s Dream Girl. Try Not to Gasp when You See Her Now! x Follow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebook Brentford have made three changes for their trip to Birmingham City, with winger Sullay Kaikai unavailable after his loan was cut short by Crystal Palace.Lasse Vibe replaces Kaikai while Yoann Barbet comes in at left wing-back for Tom Field, who is not part of the squad.Romaine Sawyers also returns to the line-up, with Nico Yennaris dropping to the bench.AdChoices广告Birmingham also show three changes from the side which came back to draw 2-2 at Barnsley last time out.They return to playing two up front, with Lukas Jutkiewicz coming in for Stephen Gleeson, while David Cotterill and Robert Tesche replace Greg Stewart and Maikel Kieftenbeld.Birmingham: Kuszczak; Spector, Morrison, Shotton, Grounds; Cotterill, Tesche, Davis, Maghoma; Adams, Jutkiewicz.Subs: Legzdins, Dacres-Cogley, Robinson, Kieftenbeld, Gleeson, Solomon-Otabor, Stewart.Brentford: Bentley; Egan, Dean, Bjelland; Colin, Woods, McEachran, Sawyers, Barbet; Vibe, Hogan.Subs: Bonham, McCormack, Yennaris, Clarke, Saunders, Kerschbaumer, Hofmann.
Share on other sites Link to post 505 posts Link to post Posted August 20, 2006 Recommended Posts Location:Franklin, St. Mary Parish, Louisiana SportsLogos.Net Members By totc, August 14, 2006 in Sports Logo News 0 tpoh59 829 posts Banned Share this post The MASN interview show ‘Take Me Out To The Ballgame’ has three jerseys decorating the set. In the center is the current Orioles home jersey. But on the the right side of the set is a gray jersey with a black cursive “Baltimore” trimmed in orange, just like the way it was from 1956-1972. One difference? The jersey doesn’t zip, but there is black piping on the front.On the other side of the set is a black jersey with black letters trimmed in orange and white, but it is a block “BALTIMORE”, arched, with the same letter style as the New York/San Francisco Giants.All of the jerseys have the swinging Oriole and the Majestic logo on the left sleeve. Is this a preview, perhaps? 2,943 Posted August 15, 2006 It’s Angelos’ fault that they’re not back on, because he was using the excuse that Washington was in the market and they would be “shut out”. Now with the Nats in town, he really has no reason not to put Baltimore back. He has no excuse not to spend money on improving the team, but he isn’t doing that either.The MASN/Comcast settlement is supposed to mean an influx of money to spend. I’ll believe that when I see it.The problem for the Orioles right now is that they probably need to overpay aggressively (see: Toronto Blue Jays, B.J. Ryan) to sign any frontline free agents. They had one of the best (if not the best) offers on the table for Paul Konerko last winter, but he never really gave them the time of day. Angelos has made us a laughing stock. Pure and simple…he doesn’t know how to run a baseball team.Pro-Am is AWESOME. Located in the ‘burbs, really good people.PS…If Sweet Pete would put Baltimore on the road jerseys (we’re a very proud city…aka, major inferiority complex) he’d win back a lot of fans. Sounds silly…but very true. 0 Posted August 20, 2006 Share this post Members 0 2,943 Share this post Share this post Page 1 of 2 Share on other sites Share on other sites Posted August 21, 2006 leopard88 1,129 Members 0 This topic is now closed to further replies. 140 Location:Stouffville ON 0 Share this post Location:Belleville, NJ Page 1 of 2 Angelos has made us a laughing stock. Pure and simple…he doesn’t know how to run a baseball team.Pro-Am is AWESOME. Located in the ‘burbs, really good people.PS…If Sweet Pete would put Baltimore on the road jerseys (we’re a very proud city…aka, major inferiority complex) he’d win back a lot of fans. Sounds silly…but very true. Agree about the pride/inferiority part. There is a reason the Ravens shoehorned the superfluous “B” into their primary/helmet logo — because they knew the locals would appreciate it. Angelos could win major points by making a ridiculously small gesture that says the Orioles still take pride in their hometown. I know he didn’t take “Baltimore” off of the road jerseys, but it is certainly within his power to put it back.As for Pro-Am, is it in Lutherville? If I’m thinking of the right place, I drive by it every day on the way home from work. Yup…right in front of Best buy on York Road.PS…the second they introduce a “Baltimore” jersey, I’d buy one. Mar (the woman who runs ProAm) has been making them for fans for years.I havea t-shirt version on my site (www.rivalrycentral.com) 0 1,358 posts NJTank Members tpoh59 Members 4 Location:Toronto, ON 0 1,700 posts 0 2 Posted August 14, 2006 1 speedo 0 RickV Members 0 spartacat_12 Share this post 2,943 0 Next Share this post Share on other sites Share on other sites Those uniforms on that show are the host Tom Davis’ concepts brought to life. I remember a radio interview where he stated he didn’t like the design of the current Orioles jerseys and mentioned that he had some ideas and would get them created and displayed on the show. These are simply concepts and it is highly unlikely they will ever be worn by the Orioles.As for Baltimore on the road jersey. I’d like to see it, but I can’t say it’s a big deal to me. I’m 38 and I have never seen Baltimore on the road jerseys except in pictures from the late 60’s. A lot of people like to blame Angelos, but the fact is Baltimore was taken off the road jerseys long before he ever bought the team. speedo 1 Next Posted August 21, 2006 I think its been that way for a couple years now. But I’m not sure because I don’t watch the show very often. From what I heard the O’s already missed the deadline and can’t change their uniforms for next season (nor do they have any plans to). I can’t believe the Angelos still wont put Baltimore on the jerseys, even after the gnats moved to Washington. It’s Angelos’ fault that they’re not back on, because he was using the excuse that Washington was in the market and they would be “shut out”. Now with the Nats in town, he really has no reason not to put Baltimore back. Master of the Irrelevant leopard88 0 0 does anyone have some pics?Well here is the old Baltimore Orioles road jersey from 1956-65 985 Members 2,943 Members Forums Home speedo 0 Share on other sites 53,174 posts 1 Favourite Logos:New York MetsDetroit Red WingsBoston Celtics 2,943 183 Lucas718 Posted August 20, 2006 Link to post Share on other sites RichMGH Location:Stouffville ON RichMGH Forums Home Location:The Land of Pleasant Living spartacat_12 0 Location:PA 0 Link to post RichMGH 3 If that’s Tom Davis’ show, he probably just had Pro-Am run ’em up a while ago. please forgive my ignorance, but who is Pro-Am???? a local customizing company? Yes, and a damned fine one as well. They do quite a bit of work for the Orioles, and have done all my stuff since 1998… They should wear those on the road again Share this post Share on other sites does anyone have some pics? Members 0 3 In a recent Deadspin article people were only talking about how unsafe it is (around Camden Yards mostly, which is actually a very nice area). Happy to see you enjoy coming here every year. Yikes! Camden Yards? Unsafe??! Not my travels.Happy to visit each year — a fascinating, historical city. I’ve never had a bad time. Being a Mets fan is like being water boarded on a nightly basis 0 If that’s Tom Davis’ show, he probably just had Pro-Am run ’em up a while ago. please forgive my ignorance, but who is Pro-Am???? a local customizing company? Posted August 14, 2006 2 Prev Followers 0 0 0 Members Sign in to follow this 183 0 0 Location:Baltimore Link to post Members totc Assistant to the Travelling Secretary – New York Yankees 0 Members Link to post Prev 14 years of suck. Lucas718 505 posts Posted August 14, 2006 4 Share on other sites 505 posts 0 Posted August 14, 2006 RichMGH 0 Posted August 15, 2006 Share this post Sports Logo News 985 Share this post Fred T. Jane 255 posts Sports Logo News BaltimoreFan Members Share this post 0 Link to post 1,129 255 posts 1 Share on other sites 0 140 2 Share on other sites 4,065 posts Link to post Link to post Posted August 22, 2006 0 Members Posted August 15, 2006 300 posts New Baltimore Orioles jerseys? All Activity Link to post 0 Posted August 15, 2006 Link to post 3 Share on other sites Share this post 2 Share on other sites 1 RichMGH leopard88 0 0 Link to post Followers 0 9,812 posts 0 Members Members Lucas718 It’s Angelos’ fault that they’re not back on, because he was using the excuse that Washington was in the market and they would be “shut out”. Now with the Nats in town, he really has no reason not to put Baltimore back. He has no excuse not to spend money on improving the team, but he isn’t doing that either.The MASN/Comcast settlement is supposed to mean an influx of money to spend. I’ll believe that when I see it.The problem for the Orioles right now is that they probably need to overpay aggressively (see: Toronto Blue Jays, B.J. Ryan) to sign any frontline free agents. They had one of the best (if not the best) offers on the table for Paul Konerko last winter, but he never really gave them the time of day. 0 It’s Angelos’ fault that they’re not back on, because he was using the excuse that Washington was in the market and they would be “shut out”. Now with the Nats in town, he really has no reason not to put Baltimore back. He has no excuse not to spend money on improving the team, but he isn’t doing that either. Camden Crazy 2,859 posts Link to post 3 Posted August 22, 2006 RichMGH Members Link to post tmorss9 Posted August 22, 2006 tpoh59 BaltimoreFan The MASN/Comcast settlement is supposed to mean an influx of money to spend. I’ll believe that when I see it. Yeah, it’s actually an influx of money for Peter Angelos to spend for himself. I doubt any of it goes into the Orioles. I hope that MASN becomes big enough he is willing to sell the O’s (again I doubt it happens).I’ve also heard good things about Pro-Am Sportswear. I plan on going there sometime soon.A weekend at the Harbor and the Yards is an annual highlight for me, and yet every time I visit, I get at least one astonished Marylander ask me, “You’re spending your vacation here in Baltimore?!” Yep, and I’m always glad I do. I glad to see someone say nice things about Baltimore. I hear alot of people talk badly about it. In a recent Deadspin article people were only talking about how unsafe it is (around Camden Yards mostly, which is actually a very nice area). Happy to see you enjoy coming here every year. Link to post 839 posts RickV totc leopard88 0 Members 0 2,943 9,812 posts Share on other sites Location:Baltimore Angelos has made us a laughing stock. Pure and simple…he doesn’t know how to run a baseball team.Pro-Am is AWESOME. Located in the ‘burbs, really good people.PS…If Sweet Pete would put Baltimore on the road jerseys (we’re a very proud city…aka, major inferiority complex) he’d win back a lot of fans. Sounds silly…but very true. Agree about the pride/inferiority part. There is a reason the Ravens shoehorned the superfluous “B” into their primary/helmet logo — because they knew the locals would appreciate it. Angelos could win major points by making a ridiculously small gesture that says the Orioles still take pride in their hometown. I know he didn’t take “Baltimore” off of the road jerseys, but it is certainly within his power to put it back.As for Pro-Am, is it in Lutherville? If I’m thinking of the right place, I drive by it every day on the way home from work. Link to post Share this post 0 BaltimoreFan Share on other sites 183 Location:The Land of Pleasant Living 4 2,859 posts 183 New Baltimore Orioles jerseys? 140 BaltimoreFan 0 1,808 posts 183 Share on other sites Share this post 1 Lucas718 Share this post 1,129 Link to post Sports Logos 0 Members I can fully understand Baltimore’s inferiority complex — too bad people don’t recognize a gem when they see it.A weekend at the Harbor and the Yards is an annual highlight for me, and yet every time I visit, I get at least one astonished Marylander ask me, “You’re spending your vacation here in Baltimore?!” Yep, and I’m always glad I do. tpoh59 Sign in to follow this tmorss9 Share this post Camden Crazy Posted August 20, 2006 Share this post Posted August 22, 2006 Sports Logos Posted August 22, 2006 Fred T. Jane Every O’s fan in Baltimore says the same thing.He isn’t listening…jerk! Get in a car wreck, or claim you inhaled Asbestos. You’ll have Angelos’ attention… 3 300 posts 0 Share on other sites 829 posts Share on other sites speedo Share this post They should wear those on the road again Every O’s fan in Baltimore says the same thing.He isn’t listening…jerk! 0 1 0 Share on other sites Posted August 22, 2006 Bow before my superior smartitude! 183 Share this post Link to post Share on other sites If that’s Tom Davis’ show, he probably just had Pro-Am run ’em up a while ago. 1 2 Link to post Link to post 921 posts Share this post 3 Go To Topic Listing All Activity SportsLogos.Net 985 NJTank Master of the Irrelevant New Baltimore Orioles jerseys?