Indonesia’s family resilience bill says housekeeping wife’s duty

first_imgTopics : “[…] I may violate the family resilience law. [When] the husband is at home and the wife is working in Papua then who will take care of the household, huh?” she tweeted.Hahahahah bisa2 aku melanggar UU Ketahanan Keluarga.Suami di rumah, istri kerja di Papua. Yg ngurus rumah tangga siapa hah??? 🤭 https://t.co/8pVjO1jQlU— Ligwina Hananto (@mrshananto) February 19, 2020Meanwhile, Indonesia Solidarity Party (PSI) executive Tsamara Amany tweeted her criticism through her account @TsamaraDKI on Wednesday, implying that it was not the government’s job to interfere in the private lives of couples.“The state is trying to control the households of its citizens. Now, the role of husbands and wives is intended to be arranged according to certain perspectives in law! There is no definite responsibility of a husband or wife. The duties of the two depend on their own agreement – not the country’s regulation,” she said.Negara mencoba ingin mengatur rumah tangga warga negara. Peran suami-istri kini hendak diatur menurut perspektif tertentu dalam perundangan! Tak ada kewajiban suami atau istri secara pasti. Kewajiban keduanya tergantung kesepakatan. Bukan aturan negara.https://t.co/Qdc8OpOgs9— Tsamara Amany (@TsamaraDKI) February 19, 2020The family resilience bill was initiated by five politicians from several factions in the House. Three of them are women.They are Ledia Hanifa and Netty Prasetiyana, both from the Islam-based Prosperous Justice Party (PKS), Endang Maria Astuti from the Golkar Party, Sodik Mudjahid from the Gerindra Party and Ali Taher from the National Mandate Party (PAN). Many Indonesians would agree that traditional households – which typically assign domestic roles based on gender, with the husband as the breadwinner and the wife in charge of household chores and children – should be a thing of the past.However, a draft bill on so-called family resilience, which has been floated at the House of Representatives, apparently wants to challenge the idea by bringing back the traditional way of managing households.Article 25 of the draft bill, a copy of which was obtained by The Jakarta Post, stipulates that husband and wives “are responsible for performing their individual roles in accordance with religious norms, social ethics and the prevailing laws”.center_img The article stipulates that only the husband has the obligation to be the breadwinner and to fulfill the family’s welfare and household needs, as well as to protect himself and the family from “mistreatment, exploitation and sexual deviation”.Point 3 of the article stipulates that housewives “are responsible for managing household affairs as best as possible” and to maintain the family’s unity, as well as to fulfill the rights and treat their husband and children well based on, among other factors, religious norms.The bill, one of the 50 bills listed as priority bills in the 2020 National Legislation Program (Prolegnas), has received criticism from the public, with many women calling it patriarchal in nature. Financial planner Ligwina Hananto criticized the bill through a post on her Twitter account @mrshananto.last_img read more

Dirty Birds earn useless win in meaningless game

first_imgAfter a three-year “drinking” streak, the Majestic Bird flies again. The Daily Cardinal beat its fulsome foes in flag football on the battlefields of Vilas Park Saturday. And for the first time in three years, it was a day of ULTIMATE GLORY.“This is the happiest day of my entire life,” head coach Grey Satterfield said as a cascade of tears streamed down his face, demonstrating to the world how to make ugly crying look beautiful.Despite a slow start for the Cardinal in the first half, the team went up 35-21 late in the game only to watch their lead evaporate via two quick Herald scores in the waning seconds of regulation, tying the score and catapulting the game into six overtimes.Officials are still debating the final score of the game, which was probably 49-42, or maybe 5-2, like every other week.“We could’ve ended it earlier,” defensive lineman Cameron “Killer” Kalmon said while chewing on what one could only guess was a Heralder’s leg. “But we weren’t finished with our beer yet.”Kalmon left early in second half because officials wanted to limit fatalities.“I sacked the quarterback!” sex columnist Alex Tucker said after bringing down Heralder Sean Zak in the fourth overtime. Tucker was later informed this was not a sexual reference.Claire Satterfield got another sack late into the overtime periods, and in an elaborate prance, or what some would call a frantic jump, she shouted, “I woke up in a new Bugatti!” The Cardinal gods were listening, and the next morning, she actually woke up in a new Bugatti.The Cardinal’s ruthless defense kept the game going, including an interception by safety and amateur twerker Vince Huth. Anonymous sources reported that Huth was spotted shaking his moneymaker on the Capitol Stage later that night.Assistant coach Sir Jonah Beleckis kept things frisky on the sidelines, offering the Herald camp a worthy distraction with his buns of steal, which were only scantily covered by his lucky Flash undies.Offensively, statisticians lost count of sports editor and MVP Brett Bachman’s rushing, receiving and passing touchdowns, but it was a quick pass to photographer Wil “one L” Gibb in the game’s sixth overtime that secured the Cardinal win.“I mean, if you can think of other ways to score touchdowns, let me know,” Bachman said during the sixth overtime.After storming the field in victory, the Cardinal staff went on to absorb the Herald’s keg in its all-encompassing, thirsty wake.Along the sideline, former Badger Herald editor Polo Rocha lamented his allegiance and was often spotted cheering for the opposing team, unable to deny how awesome they are.“Of course I have to support the Herald squad on the surface, but that doesn’t mean I’m not wearing my ‘Daily Cardinal or die’ bro-tank under this Herald shirt,” Rocha said.Although she “lost” the chug off, Daily Cardinal Editor-in-Chief Abby Becker stayed poised, not letting a single drop of beer hit the ground, unlike her competitor, who dumped her entire cup of beer on herself while trying to get it down her throat.“I am not sure what happened there,” Becker said about Herald Editor-in-Chief Katherine Krueger. “But I am guessing she thought that counted as her shower for the week.”After missing the game to go on a scouting trip for the Seattle Seahawks, Cardinal editor Jack Casey looked ahead to the future. “Be prepared for the same ass-kicking at the spring softball game, motherfuckers,” he said.last_img read more

Palmdale man aids New Orleans

first_img AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREBlues bury Kings early with four first-period goals Houston-based Waste Management is one of the trash companies that serves the hurricane-ravaged area. The company serves about 21 million North American residential, commercial and government customers. More than 100 million tons of trash are dumped in its landfills each year. Hall transferred to the Antelope Valley job just two weeks before leaving for the Gulf Coast, and he’s been there ever since, with just one short visit home. He arrived in New Orleans a couple of weeks after Katrina struck. Brian Brining, Waste Management’s district director for southern Louisiana, had his hands full. “I had lost my home, my camp (cabin), pretty much everything I own,” he said. “After the storm, I needed to find time to pick up the pieces – if there were any. Dave appeared one day to take care of the day-to-day things I would take care of.” Brining’s home was in St. Bernard Parish. For days after the hurricane touched down, he was trolling around in his boat, rescuing people from rooftops and ferrying them to higher ground. Dave Hall did such a good job overseeing trash pickup in Santa Clarita, his bosses whisked him to Louisiana to help pick up the mess left by Hurricane Katrina. There, mounting curbside piles of trash are a beautiful sight to the Palmdale resident, former operations manager for Blue Barrel Disposal in Santa Clarita and now a route manager in the Antelope Valley for parent company Waste Management Inc. “It means someone has come home. They’ve started to clean up their house,” said Hall. Many homes that were severely waterlogged during Hurricane Katrina and Rita and a resulting levee break have been gutted, their moldy entrails heaped at the curb. Hall, 48, rises before the sun most days and returns – sometimes 18 hours later – to sleep on an air mattress wedged in Brining’s district office cubicle. Waste Management had reserved 150 hotel rooms to house its employees, but they were co-opted by the Federal Emergency Management Agency, Hall said. Lodging was offered in trailers parked at the company’s landfill, but Hall said wandering alligators and the odor were deal-breakers. He ended up staying in a hotel at Canal and Bourbon streets in New Orleans that was jammed with a couple of hundred wooden bunk beds stacked three tiers high. Employees from three companies shared the space. “They had built showers in a loading dock area,” Hall said. “You couldn’t drink the water, and at night, the snoring was in 5-D surround sound.” The company’s Raceland, La., offices are about 40 minutes west of New Orleans. Hall’s territory covers Assumption Parish, St. John Parish, St. James Parish and the surrounding areas. Hall often heads out at 4 a.m., logging 300 to 450 miles a day in a company van or pickup truck, six or seven days a week. He transports helpers to and from New Orleans and makes sure everything runs smoothly. He supervises trash routes for drivers who have returned to New Orleans, and for the company’s out-of-town drivers who flocked to the scene to help out. The temporary workers are from West Virginia, Connecticut, Ohio, Michigan and Nevada. Damage from the disaster has been estimated at up to $130 million. Brining appreciates his new co-worker’s doggedness. “He has been an integral part of operations to keep them up and running while I’m trying to get my folks and my family taken care of,” Brining said. Brining now lives in a camper on the company’s premises. Hall has seen a lot in the last couple of months, but what sticks out in his mind now are the singles or pairs of refrigerators, parked one or two to a home. They are a common sight, their dead motors rusted out from saltwater exposure. More than 36,000 refrigerators have been dumped at one landfill. An Army Corps of Engineers employee told Hall he expects the number to reach 500,000. Workers drain cooling fluid and oil from the motors, then ship the crushed metal carcasses to recyclers. Sometimes the junk conceals a prize. An $1,800 stash was found in one freezer. As a break from the demanding work schedule, Hall visited home for a long weekend around Halloween. He and his brother-in-law decorated the house for a combination Halloween party and birthday party for his daughter Darlene, 11. Hall’s family, which also includes wife Tina, 38, and son Michael, 8, are carrying on in his absence. He talks to the kids twice a day, in the morning and at night. His wife had some reservations about the assignment, but they quickly vanished. “He called me and asked me what I thought about it,” she said. “I told him I was a little scared. The more I thought about it, the more I realized it was a good opportunity.” She called back and told him if he had not already volunteered, he should. She realized most people cannot disrupt their lives to follow their hearts, but his work offered the chance to do something very special. Hall will soon bid goodbye to the fried alligator, alligator gumbo, boiled crabs and jambalaya prepared with great skill by Brining. Though he missed spending Thanksgiving at home, Hall expects to return by Dec. 1. Through the months, Hall and Brining have become friends. Hall plans to return sometime for a fishing trip. Before Katrina, the two could have stayed at Brining’s cabin on Grand Island, which was accessible only by boat. All that’s left of it are a few pillars. With all he has lost, Brining is still pretty optimistic. He was born and raised on the bayou and said he plans to die there. His family has fished commercially for generations. “We fully expected something like this can happen one day,” he said, remembering a 1965 storm, when he was 9. “We were blessed enough to be rescued by other folks,” he said. “We had nothing left.” The homes around Brining’s were all destroyed by Katrina. He has bought another home, but hopes to return to his old one, which he is rebuilding, in a couple of years. Hall appreciates his co-worker’s big heart, and his time-tested philosophy: “You can either cry all day or smile. I’d prefer to smile.” Judy O’Rourke, (661) 257-5255 [email protected] 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!last_img read more

Ohio’s crops in need of some rain this week

first_imgShare Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest Mike Lutmer, Warren Co.I am going to finish up corn today. It is a little later than I’d like, but the ground is right and I don’t have very much left. I am a little concerned about planting this late but it is a 104-day hybrid and as long as we don’t have a super early frost I don’t think it will be a problem. We are down to the last couple of days planting beans. I’d like to get finished by Wednesday if the weather holds out.Within five miles I can go from ground that has water laying to a field that just got rain but hadn’t had anything for two weeks. We have places that are way too dry and places that look like a swamp.We made a good bit of hay the last two weeks. We are still fighting time to get all of the first cutting done the way I like it. The hay dried well and we had good quality. We sold it out of the field.The wheat is turning quickly. We have some that looks really good and some that is just OK. I am looking at cutting wheat around the last week of June. We had a little too much water in the fall that left it thin in some places. We haven’t had any blow down yet. We’ll bale the straw and double-crop beans.I still have a few loads of corn in the bin and I was going to sell it last week, but it kept going up. I may hold onto it for a few more days. The beans have rallied and we contracted some a few months ago and I’m glad I didn’t contract more than I did.All of the corn that is up looks great. We hope to get some sidedressing done in the next week. Some of the bean emergence I am not really happy with. In the really dry areas the beans have taken longer to get out of the ground.For the rest of this week’s reports click here.last_img read more

How IoT could radically change your favorite sci-fi movies

first_imgFollow the Puck From: Doc Emmet Brown To: Marty Mcfly Dear Marty,If my calculations are correct. the last time we saw each other was the year 1985. Ten years later, in the year 1995, you’ve followed in your father’s footsteps and become a science fiction writer.Marty, I am writing to alarm you about a major disturbance in the future of technology. This technology will derail the ubiquity of flying cars, self-lacing Nikes, and hoverboards.The very technology that you’re using for the first time in 1995, the internet, yes my dear Marty, it will alter the future of mankind in ways you can’t imagine! Great Scott! Marty, you currently use your phone and a modem to access the internet. In the future, twenty years from now, we will be on the dawn of an era where every device around you will access the internet. These devices will talk to each other! You don’t understand, but this is the dawn of IOT aka Internet of Things. Your car, your phone, your air conditioner, each device will have the capacity to talk to the “smart” devices around it.You don’t understand, but this technology is IoT aka the Internet of Things. Your car, your phone, your air conditioner, each device will have the capacity to talk to the “smart” devices around it.Marty, I risk this automated email because I know that when it finds you, you’ll have the ability to avoid the mistakes that other science fiction writers made when writing about the future. I’ve listed several well-known science fiction films. Some titles you may or may not know. I’ve taken the time to provide you a synopsis of each and how IoT technology will impact each!Blade Runner – Based in 2019, set in a dystopian Los Angeles that feels like Hong Kong sprinkled with flying cars and buildings shaped like pyramids. A group of androids that resemble human beings are trying to find their creator before their batteries run out and hopefully get some re-engineering for a bunch of 1-UPs. Unfortunately for Phillip K. Dick, androids don’t dream of electric sheep and the IoT world which is upon us would have tagged these human-gobots wherever they roamed. The replicants wouldn’t have been able to fit in and the global tracking network would have told on them wherever they went, making Deckard’s job much easier. Even if Roy Batty made it into the elevator with JF Sebastian the emotion recognition system would have sensed that something was terribly wrong, never allowing them to continue to Dr. Tyrell floor. No late night chess.Minority Report – In the year 2054, future crimes aka Precrimes are monitored and foretold by a trio of Ms. Cleo’s known as “The Precogs,” who proactively work with law enforcement and the film’s protagonist, John Anderton to prevent crimes from happening in the future. An IoT world will eliminate the need for Precogs or a Precrime unit! Emotions like anger will be monitored and reported to the emotions department of the local law enforcement who will track and interact with IoT devices around you to prevent you from committing crimes. Thinking about killing your wife’s secret lover? Forget it. Your smart car won’t allow you to drive to his home until your anger levels have decreased.The Matrix – A hacker named Neo is recruited by a group of humans who’ve broken free of the digital matrix controlling humans in the future. IoT will place us in a matrix and it will be almost impossible to escape. We’ll connect to the IoT matrix by the devices and machines in our environment, learning, reporting and calculating our every move. This story should be rewritten and feature Neo as a human who simply doesn’t want to have his every action monitored and reported. Regardless of what pill you choose, that day is coming.Terminator – In the future year of 2029, an artificial machine intelligence, a computer system known as Skynet, has taken over the world. The humans who rebel against Skynet are led by John Connor. In the film, Skynet will send a Terminator, a killing robot, to the past to find and kill Sarah Connor, the mother of John Connor — before he’s born. In an IoT world, a revolt will be futile. Each human will be digitally marked and regardless of where you go, you’ll interact with devices that know you, report and share data about you. Marty, there will be no resistance. IoT is the future. IoT is Skynet.I realize that these words may come to you as a surprise. In the year 1995, you’re just getting familiar with chat rooms and it is hard to put faith in an Internet that connects machines to one another, an Internet without modems and more importantly, without AOL.However, 20 years from now, this will be so. Work hard. Write well Futureboy, and know that every device in Hill Valley will one day connected to the internet.P.S. — Our trip to the future altered the future of baseball! The Cubs won the World Series a year later! Great Scott! Related Posts Clarke Illmatical Small Business Cybersecurity Threats and How to…center_img Why IoT Apps are Eating Device Interfaces Internet of Things Makes it Easier to Steal You… Tags:#cloud computing#Internet of Things#IoT#Trends last_img read more

The Rules of Cinema Vérité Documentary Filmmaking

first_imgLearn the origin of the term cinéma vérité, the vérité tradition, and tips for creating your own cinéma vérité documentary projects.In the world of filmmaking, there’s perhaps no nobler style of film than the documentary. But, within the many sub-genres of documentary, the most pure and noble is perhaps the cinéma vérité style.There are some differences of opinion on what true “cinéma vérité” means. However, the style itself is unique and — when done properly — it’s one of the truest forms of filmmaking.Here’s how to harness the cinéma vérité style for your documentary projects.What Is Cinéma Vérité?French filmmaker Jean Rouch is attributed as one of the originators of cinéma vérité. (Image via Lusouser.)The origins of the term come from the French filmmaker Jean Rouch. He was one of the first filmmakers associated with the term, which translates to “truthful cinema.” Its roots trace back to the earliest days of filmmaking and cinematography, when the principles of documentary filmmaking were first becoming defined.Cinéma vérité is also called observational cinema or direct cinema (more on those terms below). Some of the earliest filmmakers working in the style were Robert Drew, Richard Leacock, D.A. Pennebaker, and the aforementioned Jean Rouch. Each began defining their own rules and styles for “true” documentary filmmaking in the 1960s.Observational Cinema or Direct CinemaFrom a modern filmmaking perspective, it’s important to understand the distinctions between the terms and individual movements and styles in regards to film history. However, outside of academia, the cinéma vérité term is often a catchall for pure vérité, observational cinema, and direct cinema styles when talking about documentary projects.From vérité films like Primary (1960), Dont Look Back (1967, filmed 1965), Grey Gardens (1975), through The War Room (1993), the vérité style evolved as many of the associated filmmakers refined their techniques and developed their own vérité-inspired methods.No Voice-Over or SubtitlesDocumentary filmmaking is meant for the viewer to reach their own conclusions about the “truth.” (Image via The War Room.)One of the early rules of cinéma vérité styles — like direct and observational cinema — was to remove any of the newsreel-style voiceover or title cards and subtitles from their documentary projects. The vérité style developed in direct opposition to contemporaneous war reporting and television news styles. Both war reporting and television news promoted quick facts and sensationalism over letting audiences actually see, hear, and experience events so they could come to their own conclusions.In modern documentary filmmaking, it’s rare to see a feature presentation completely devoid of voiceover and subtitles (as opposed to the now-popular Michael Moore-style documentary, where documentarians put themselves in the middle of the narrative).However, the vérité style is itself useful for certain projects and segments of other features as a stylistic choice. Vérité allows viewers to connect emotionally with certain scenes and situations.The Fly-on-the-Wall ApproachAs a filmmaker, being an observer rather than a participant is important in telling the true story. (Image by guruXOX.)Another loosely defined vérité rule is the “fly-on-the-wall” approach of direct cinema. In this purest iteration of cinéma vérité, the goal of the documentarian is to simply observe with as few artistic decisions or edits as possible.Having been on several vérité-inspired documentary projects, this approach is actually one of the most difficult to pull off. For filmmakers who often alternate between documentary, narrative, and commercial projects, the desire to “stage” scenes, set up interviews, and coordinate everything beforehand is second nature.Although, when you force yourself to simply observe, you can quickly discover how many preconceived notions and narratives you may have brought with you. Instead, allow the story to develop on its own.Aim for “Truthful Cinema”Being familiar with cinéma vérité is useful when your director or client asks you to shoot in this style. (Image by guruXOX.)At the heart of cinéma vérité is the simple definition of “truthful cinema.” If you work in film and video long enough, you’ll find yourself on shoots where a client or director may ask for “verite-style” shooting. This is usually quick-speak for run-and-gun without much direction or planning.However, if you find an interest in the roots of documentary filmmaking, reading up on the genre, watching the classics, and challenging yourself to explore the style, you can discover a great deal about the art of documentary filmmaking.Cover image via Grey Gardens.For more documentary advice and resources, check out some of these articles below.The 6 Types of Documentary FilmsComparing Documentary Styles: Cinéma Vérité to Modern DocsSupport Your Documentary Vision with a Thoughtfully Considered SoundtrackSundance 2019: Tips for Shooting Verité Documentary FootageA Complete Guide to Documentary Filmmakinglast_img read more

#KicksStalker: Bryant announces new signature sneaker ‘Kobe 360’

first_imgQC cops nab robbery gang leader, cohort Typhoon Kammuri accelerates, gains strength en route to PH MOST READ As per Sole Collector, the new shoe will be called the Kobe 360 and Bryant used the word “lightweight” as the all-encompassing feature.“It’s really a challenging duality,” said Bryant in the report. “How can you create something that is so lightweight, so minimal without compromising stability? Without compromising performance it?”FEATURED STORIESSPORTSWATCH: Drones light up sky in final leg of SEA Games torch runSPORTSSEA Games: Philippines picks up 1st win in men’s water poloSPORTSMalditas save PH from shutoutThe Kobe 360 will be Bryant’s fifth line joining the Kobe, Venomenon, Kobe Mentality, and Mamba Instinct lines.“As Kobe continues to push us, this product represents a breakthrough in how shoes are designed and made,” said Parker. LATEST STORIES Read Next Standhardinger or Ravena? San Miguel to pick first in 2017 PBA Draft Trending Articles PLAY LIST 00:50Trending Articles00:59Sports venues to be ready in time for SEA Games01:27Filipino athletes get grand send-off ahead of SEA Games01:37Protesters burn down Iran consulate in Najaf01:47Panelo casts doubts on Robredo’s drug war ‘discoveries’01:29Police teams find crossbows, bows in HK university01:35Panelo suggests discounted SEA Games tickets for students02:49Robredo: True leaders perform well despite having ‘uninspiring’ boss02:42PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games Brace for potentially devastating typhoon approaching PH – NDRRMC Stronger peso trims PH debt value to P7.9 trillion Japan ex-PM Nakasone who boosted ties with US dies at 101 Former NBA basketball player Kobe Bryant attends a promotional event organized by the sports brand Nike, for the inauguration of the infrastructure improvements of a local basketball playground at the Jean-Jaures sports hall “Le Quartier”, in Paris on October 21, 2017. / AFP PHOTO / PHILIPPE LOPEZKobe Bryant had already settled into retirement but that doesn’t mean he would stop from being an influence in the sneaker-wearing community.At Nike’s Investor Day in Portland, Bryant joined Nike CEO Mark Parker in announcing his new signature sneaker.ADVERTISEMENT CPP denies ‘Ka Diego’ arrest caused ‘mass panic’ among S. Tagalog NPA Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. John Lloyd Cruz a dashing guest at Vhong Navarro’s wedding Kammuri turning to super typhoon less likely but possible — Pagasa View commentslast_img read more

Video: Two Kentucky Fans Recorded “Big Blue Train,” A Bluegrass Ode To The Undefeated Wildcats

first_imgKentucky fans play bluegrass song about Wildcats.When you’re undefeated and dominating the competition like No. 1 Kentucky is, you’re bound to inspire passionate fans to drum up unique ways to express their love and appreciation. What better way for two fans to show their devotion to UK basketball than with a little Bluegrass tribute?That’s what the Jenkins twins decided to do. They recorded a musical ode to their beloved Wildcats, complete with shout outs of every key player, and jokes about Roy Williams, Rick Pitino and Bill Self drinking vodka. The chorus of the song features the line “We’re going to ‘Nap town on this Big Blue Train.” It’s a reference to Indianapolis, or ‘Nap Town, where the 2015 Final Four will be held.All in all, it’s entertaining in a quirky and hilarious way. [H/T : @KySportsRadio ]last_img read more

Former FSU RB Devonta Freeman Calls Out Cameraman Wearing Florida Gators Shirt

first_imgFlorida State players wait behind a banner before running onto the field.PASADENA, CA – JANUARY 01: A general view during the College Football Playoff Semifinal between the Florida State Seminoles and the Oregon Ducks at the Rose Bowl Game presented by Northwestern Mutual at the Rose Bowl on January 1, 2015 in Pasadena, California. (Photo by Harry How/Getty Images)Former Florida State running back Devonta Freeman has done the Seminoles proud, rushing for 811 yards through 11 games for the Atlanta Falcons. But Freeman will likely find himself as a fan favorite in Tallahassee for another reason this week.In the team’s locker room this past Friday, Freeman called out a cameraman who was wearing Florida Gators gear. Freeman found a roll of black tape and covered up the logo. Check it out:So this happened today @devontafreeman @AHittel pic.twitter.com/jeXktGa4N8— Ashley Rose (@AshleyTVRose) December 4, 2015Well-played, for sure. We imagine the cameraman won’t be making the same mistake next time around.last_img read more

Photo: Jim Harbaugh Hung Out With Hank Aaron While Wearing His Jersey Ahead Of Today’s Camp In Atlanta

first_imgJim Harbaugh MichiganJim Harbaugh MichiganJim Harbaugh and his staff are down in Atlanta for today’s satellite camp with Georgia at Cedar Grove High School, but beforehand, he took the chance to meet a local legend. Harbaugh sat down with Atlanta Braves great Hank Aaron, while wearing his jersey.Jim Harbaugh’s local attire for today’s Atlanta camp: Braves’ jersey of Hank Aaron. While sitting next to Hank Aaron pic.twitter.com/IeRfdesrLl— Mark Snyder (@Mark__Snyder) June 2, 2016The best part? He’s wearing the jersey while conducting the actual camp.Hank Aaron, former mayor/civil rights leader Andrew Young and Jim Harbaugh talking to campers pic.twitter.com/F5Q6U6YLCG— Mark Snyder (@Mark__Snyder) June 2, 2016Never change, Harbaugh.last_img