The Sugar Bowl Is Getting Crushed For What Happened Pregame

first_imgA generic picture of three footballs next to a pylonThe Sugar Bowl is facing some serious criticism for what happened before tonight’s Texas-Georgia matchup in New Orleans.We had one of the most-viral mascot moments in bowl game history, when Texas’ live mascot, Bevo, charged Georgia’s live mascot, Uga.It was scary.Bevo is not here for this mascot meeting. #HookEm— Danny Davis (@aasdanny) January 2, 2019Thankfully, no one appeared to get hurt. It clearly could have been much, much worse.The big question: Who’s idea was it to bring two live mascots together on the field, with one of them being pretty dangerous?Where was Jack Hanna to tell ‘em it wasn’t a good idea?!— Michael Castillo (@MichaelCastFS) January 2, 20191. Whose brilliant idea was it to have them in the same area?2. Will PETA complain about humans corralling Bevo? Or will FWAA complain about Bevo threatening the media?#SugarBowl— Chris Yandle (@ChrisYandle) January 2, 2019Live mascots meeting each other on the field before a game is something that probably shouldn’t happen again.Texas and Georgia, meanwhile, are set to kick off at 8:45 p.m. E.T. on ESPN.last_img read more

Nearly 35000 Moroccans Acquire Spanish Citizenship

Taroudant – Latest statistics show that 34,807 Moroccan nationals obtained Spanish citizenship in 2014, according to figures published on Friday by the Spanish National Institute of Statistics (INE).A total of 205,880 foreign nationals acquired Spanish nationality in 2014 with Moroccans being the majority (34,807) followed by Ecuadorians and Colombians, with 32,757 and 25,115 respectively.Foreign nationals who received Spanish Nationality by countryBolivians, Peruvians, citizens from the Dominican Republic and Argentineans followed in the ranking.According to the Spanish Institute, about 26,777 people who acquired Spanish nationality were born in Spain, mainly children under 10 years of age. The INE revealed that more than 95 percent were younger than 10 years old, while 79 percent of new citizens were granted Spanish nationality after having lived legally in Spain for 10 years or more.During the period from January to June 2015 the pace of acquisitions of Spanish nationality was lower compared to the previous year.Statistics found that the same top three countries as in 2014 were the most naturalized nationals in the first quarter of 2015, with Morocco (13,858 people), Ecuador (8387) and Colombia (7,036) leading the charts.The 10 most common nationalities to acquire Spanish citizenship. First semester 2015The majority of new citizens live either in Barcelona or Madrid, the two largest cities in Spain, while just over 1,000 live in the rural region of Extremadura.After Spain introduced the Citizenship test, those requesting Spanish nationality are required to pass an exam on Spanish history, culture, geography and politics in order to be qualified for Spanish citizenship read more

NPC calls for victim centered approach

He said that the NPC will work with all stakeholders to shape the transitional justice process and actively participate at achieving a meaningful outcome. Wigneswaran tabled the OHCHR report on Sri Lanka at the NPC and urged the NPC members to study the report and its recommendations to fully understand the state of affairs in Sri Lanka and the expectations of the international community. (Colombo Gazette) Audio Player Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume. The Northern Provincial Council (NPC) today called for a victim centered approach when addressing the accountability issue.NPC Chief Minister C.V. Wigneswaran welcomed the report on Sri Lanka by the Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR) saying it was one of the most comprehensive reports compiled following investigations conducted on the war. read more