EVENTS & ENTERTAINMENT | FOOD & DRINK | THE ARTS | REAL ESTATE | HOME & GARDEN | WELLNESS | SOCIAL SCENE | GETAWAYS | PARENTS & KIDS Community News Name (required) Mail (required) (not be published) Website Pasadena’s ‘626 Day’ Aims to Celebrate City, Boost Local Economy More Cool Stuff Make a comment Community News Business News 0 commentsShareShareTweetSharePin it Herbeauty10 Special Beauty Tips That Make Indian Women So BeautifulHerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeauty10 Questions To Start Conversation Way Better Than ‘How U Doing?’HerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeautyWant To Seriously Cut On Sugar? You Need To Know A Few TricksHerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeauty7 Most Startling Movie Moments We Didn’t Realize Were InsensitiveHerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeautyWeird Types Of Massage Not Everyone Dares To TryHerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeautyA Mental Health Chatbot Which Helps People With DepressionHerbeautyHerbeauty The annual Turkey Tussle homecoming football game between Pasadena and John Muir High School is Friday, Nov. 6, 2015 at the Rose Bowl. Kickoff is at 6:30 p.m.The annual fall classic showcases Pasadena Unified School District (PUSD) student athletes. Pasadena Bulldogs and Muir Mustangs compete to take home the prized bell each year.Ticket booths open at 5:15 p.m. and the pre-game ceremony starts at 6:00 p.m. with the introduction of each school’s Homecoming Court and senior football players.Admission is free for PHS and John Muir students with ASB cards. General admission is $10. Parking is $5 parking fee per vehicle at the Rose Bowl.Stay connected to the Pasadena Unified School District! Visit us online at www.pusd.us; follow us on Twitter @PasadenaUnified, www.twitter.com/PasadenaUnified; like us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/PasadenaUnifiedSchoolDistrict; text PUSD to 888777; and subscribe to our YouTube channel at www.youtube.com/klrnpasadena. Or call the Communications Office, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday at (626) 396-3606. Sports Pasadena Unified Football: Annual Turkey Tussle is Nov. 6 at The Rose Bowl From STAFF REPORTS Published on Thursday, November 5, 2015 | 11:46 am First Heatwave Expected Next Week Subscribe Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked * Pasadena Will Allow Vaccinated People to Go Without Masks in Most Settings Starting on Tuesday Top of the News faithfernandez More » ShareTweetShare on Google+Pin on PinterestSend with WhatsApp,Virtual Schools PasadenaHomes Solve Community/Gov/Pub SafetyCitizen Service CenterPASADENA EVENTS & ACTIVITIES CALENDARClick here for Movie Showtimes Home of the Week: Unique Pasadena Home Located on Madeline Drive, Pasadena Get our daily Pasadena newspaper in your email box. Free.Get all the latest Pasadena news, more than 10 fresh stories daily, 7 days a week at 7 a.m.
Antarctic shallow coastal marine communities were long thought to be isolated from their nearest neighbours by hundreds of kilometres of deep ocean and the Antarctic Circumpolar Current. The discovery of non–native kelp washed up on Antarctic beaches led us to question the permeability of these barriers to species dispersal. According to the literature, over 70 million kelp rafts are afloat in the Southern Ocean at any one time. These living, floating islands can play host to a range of passenger species from both their original coastal location and those picked in the open ocean. Driven by winds, currents and storms towards the coast of the continent, these rafts are often cited as theoretical vectors for the introduction of new species into Antarctica and the sub-Antarctic islands. We found non-native kelps, with a wide range of “hitchhiking” passenger organisms, on an Antarctic beach inside the flooded caldera of an active volcanic island. This is the first evidence of non-native species reaching the Antarctic continent alive on kelp rafts. One passenger species, the bryozoan Membranipora membranacea, is found to be an invasive and ecologically harmful species in some cold-water regions, and this is its first record from Antarctica. The caldera of Deception Island provides considerably milder conditions than the frigid surrounding waters and it could be an ideal location for newly introduced species to become established. These findings may help to explain many of the biogeographic patterns and connections we currently see in the Southern Ocean. However, with the impacts of climate change in the region we may see an increase in the range and number of organisms capable of surviving both the long journey and becoming successfully established.
Beau Lund May 5, 2018 /Sports News – National Favorite Justify wins the 144th Kentucky Derby during an historic day at Churchill Downs Written by FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailRobb Carr/Getty Images(LOUISVILLE, Ky.) — Justify took home the Kentucky Derby crown at Churchill Downs on Saturday evening, defeating the competition on the wettest day in the race’s history.Justify ran the race, which is 1 1/4 miles in length, in 2:04:20, according to ESPN. Local meteorologists reported more than two and a half inches of rain fell on Louisville, more than any other Derby race, making it an historically wet day.Justify is the sixth consecutive pre-race favorite to win the Derby, the longest such streak in race history, according to ESPN. It is also the ninth undefeated winner in Derby history.Another record, dubbed a hex by the racing community, was also snapped on Saturday. Justify became the first horse since 1882 to win the Kentucky Derby without racing as a two-year-old, ending a 136 year drought.Hall of Famer Mike Smith was Justify’s jockey in the race.Copyright © 2018, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.
In Hopkinton, Howard Elias, President, Dell Services and Digital, shared his perspective on how providing a great customer experience is critical to helping our customers accelerate their digital transformations. In addition, special guest Tedy Bruschi talked about the importance of culture within a winning team. And he should know…he played all 13 seasons of his NFL career with the New England Patriots and has three Super Bowl Championship rings to prove the value of teamwork in providing the ultimate fan experience! You can get a glimpse into some of my favorite highlights from this year’s CX Day activities in the pictures below. We’re living in the “Age of the Customer,” a time when the customer experience is overtaking price and product as a company’s key brand differentiator. In fact, it’s been estimated that 85% of a customer’s decision to purchase is based solely on their current and previous customer experience!At Dell Technologies, we’ve always known our customers expect more than industry-leading solutions and services when they partner with us. They also expect an industry-leading experience and relationship that helps accelerate their business. It’s this value-driven relationship that has quickly become the ultimate prize for companies large and small – and you can’t have great relationships without great people.That’s why we take time each year on Customer Experience Day (CX Day) to celebrate our team members who are making it real for our customers every day. And I’m not just talking about our incredible sales teams who are on the front line with customers. I’m also talking about teams including delivery, operations, manufacturing, IT, legal, finance, marketing, and so many more. Teams that are often behind the scenes, but critical to ensuring our customers have a seamless experience with our solutions and business processes.Put simply, every connection counts!This year at Dell Technologies, we’re celebrating CX Day in more than 80 sites in 20 countries across six continents. While festivities will roll on through mid-October, our largest events took place last week in Round Rock, Texas and Hopkinton, Mass.In Round Rock, I was joined by chairman and CEO Michael Dell for a discussion on our customer-first culture, which is how we know we’ll win today and in the future. We were also joined by Olympic champion, author and philanthropist Lindsey Vonn, who shared her perspectives on perseverance and grit – including how she is working to instill these traits in young girls through the Lindsey Vonn Foundation. Empowering future generations is something I’m particularly passionate about, and turns out many of our customers share this passion, too. In fact, we’ve found our commitment to social impact adds another dimension to the customer experience by cultivating deep customer relationships – and better yet, the more we partner, the more impact we can create. As we celebrate #DayoftheGirl this week, we encourage more strong voices to inspire future leaders and drive positive change. If you also celebrated CX Day this year, I hope you came away as inspired as I was about the role each of us plays in enabling our customers’ missions and work. Our customers are changing the world, and at Dell Technologies, we couldn’t be prouder to be a trusted partner on their journey.
Title-holders Esperance will be without star player Youssef Msakni for the first leg of the Champions League final against Al Ahly on Sunday.The 21-year-old forward underwent surgery on Thursday after suffering from appendicitis and will not be part of the squad that travels to Egypt.Ahly will be at full strength and welcome back Mohamed Aboutrika, who has been suspended by the club since refusing to play in September’s Super Cup in support of the clubs Ultra fans.Esperance are in the final for a third year in a row while it will be Ahly’s first one since they won the title for a record sixth time in 2008, beating Coton Sport of Cameroon.Around 20,000 fans will be allowed in to see the game in Alexandria, it will be only the second match in Egypt that fans have been allowed in to see since February’s Port Said tragedy. Ahly fans were among the more than 70 supporters that lost their lives during violent clashes as their team played Al Masry in Port Said in February. However, some of the more fanatical Ahly supporters, known as Ultras, said on their Facebook page that they will not return to watch their team until they feel justice has been served with respect to the fans that died in Port Said in February.Ahly official Mahmoud Allam confirmed the club has arranged for the families of the Port Said victims to be at the game.Allam added that the area where the Ultras usually stand will be dedicated to displaying pictures of those who lost their lives in February.Club officials believe that winning that tournament could prove to be the ‘kiss of life’ needed to revive football in Egypt.Defender Wael Gomaa is cautiously optimistic ahead of the match. “We are all ready for this game and we are aware that Esperance has great players but so does Ahly,” he said.“We are capable of accomplishing a positive result on Sunday. We are optimistic and glad fans will be there to support us as always.”Apart from Msakni the Esperance coach, Nabil Maaloul, has a full squad to choose from.“At the moment, we are preparing well for the final, everybody is here, apart from Msakni who is injured,” he told BBC Sport.“The players are very focused and disciplined too. “Al Ahly are one of the greatest clubs in African football, they’ve got great players with a lot of experience, they have match winners who can make the difference at anytime in the match.“The result of the first leg will be crucial, we have managed to get good results in Cairo and I hope that will be the case again this time round.”The second leg of the final will be at the Rades Stadium in Tunis on 17 November and the overall winners will qualify for December’s Fifa Club World Cup in Japan.
Share Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest Katie Levesque has always really enjoyed beef jerky, but as a college student at the Ohio State University Lima Branch she did not always have the funds to purchase her favorite snack. To address this situation, she started making her own.“I found this article about how I could make jerky at home in the oven,” she said. “I had to support my jerky habit. It is hard to find good jerky and it’s expensive. I solved those problems by making my own.”During college, Levesque participated in a fundraiser that got her jerky a bit more notoriety.“Everyone else brought in cookies and cakes and I brought in beef jerky,” Levesque said.The beef jerky was a hit at the fundraiser and soon she was taking orders. She began selling her jerky.“I was a full time college student and I would spend all of my extra money on jerky supplies,” she said. “That would provide me income when I was studying the rest of the quarter.”Her jerky sales really took off from there.“I asked a couple of store owners if they would sell it for me and they said, ‘Yes.’ It went well, so I made more. Then I started renting out part of a kitchen in a pizza shop. That allowed me to make it in a commercial kitchen. Then I thought I was doing it right, but I still wasn’t. When you are 19, you take action and ask questions later. I had 50 stores in Lima selling my beef jerky and people were still calling me. I dropped out of school. That is when the Ohio Department of Agriculture showed up at the pizza shop. They shut me down,” Levesque said. “My customers still wanted my product, but I had to do it legally. Then I did two things: I found a co-packer and started a business plan. I found a local smokehouse. They had to take my recipe and make it and they would get me the end product. I didn’t have control of it, though, not really. The quality was not there. It didn’t meet my needs. It was a great learning experience, but it was the beginning of the end for that cycle. I went back to school to finish my engineering degree. That paved the way for all the years that followed. I worked in heavy manufacturing for the next several years and I learned so many things. I focused on marketing and customer service in those roles as well.”She enjoyed her work, but she also still really enjoyed beef jerky. Her career had taken her to the Columbus area and allowed her to save up some money.“I found out about the rental kitchens in Columbus, which opened the door again to allow me to do a market test. I did a test run at the North Market,” she said. “There are always bumps in the road, but I realized that the dream was still there. I jumped back in with all the enthusiasm. That is what I wanted to do, but there were definitely hurtles. I had to find a commercial space. I had to learn to navigate all the rules and regulations from the USDA.”After re-discovering the potential market for her premium jerky products produced in the proper manner, she decided to jump back into full time beef jerky and snack food production. She bought the necessary equipment and rented space in a Hilliard facility on the west side of Columbus. She now employs four people.“In December two years ago I bought all of the big equipment and we came here,” Levesque said. “I literally just bought commercial versions of the same equipment I used in college. We have not automated anything. Even our cooking equipment is just a larger version of what we had. I did it the same way now as I did it in college. The only magic, if there is any, is that I still make it the old home style way. Some people change the process and that changes the product. The magic is that we didn’t change anything. We use electric dehydrators. We use a standard manual meat slicer. We slice the meat, marinate for the different flavors, dehydrate then pack it in vacuum sealer.”While the recipes and methods are the same, the procedures have changed dramatically.“We get inspected every day. We have tons of paperwork and procedures to follow. Getting everything approved and remaining in compliance always keeps us on our toes. A lot of people don’t realize this when they are getting into the industry,” she said. “Being an engineer, I have a procedure for everything. When I talk to people about the Department of Agriculture and the regulations, you have to remember that they help us do what is right for food safety. I impart the seriousness of food safety on my staff. We could make a lot of people sick and we have to take that responsibility seriously. This is not a joke. We have fun, but food safety is not funny. The rules are there for a reason.”Katie’s Premium Jerky and Snacks now offers more than 40 different products (including traditional beef jerky, dried pineapple, and wild game in numerous flavors) and co-packs for several other businesses.“Beef is definitely the biggest seller but the other ones are growing. The dried pineapple is getting popular. We do bison, elk and venison. We are working on alligator,” Levesque said. “Sourcing our meat is tricky. We can’t use meat unless it is from a federal plant. We try to use local meats when possible. We get bison from Grassroots Bison in Covington and they get me elk from an Illinois farm. We mostly buy wholesale beef but we are working on local grass fed. We use all eye round for our jerky. There are a lot of other cuts you can use, but it is a quality thing for us.”Consistency is important with procedures and production.“We start production around 5:30 or 6 in the morning. We go for 12-hour days. The reality of day-to-day equipment failures is a challenge. When you have an unexpected shut down, you have to have back ups for everything. From a manufacturing standpoint we stay as steady as possible. Our product is shelf stable and has a long shelf life. We have the ability to stay pretty consistent because of our product. Our ebbs and flows are customer demand. Our lowest demand is in January and it climbs after that,” she said. “In January, people are not buying gifts, they are not outside hiking, touristy places have all died down, and everything drops off. As people get out and about more, they eat more jerky. They want high protein snacks to stay in shape. We start preparing for growing demand about a month ahead. The demand is a very steady climb from January though December — jerky is a great gift.”With solid production procedures in place, Levesque is now working to improve the marketing efforts of her business.“Ohio Proud helps tremendously. Their support and the time they have spent giving me ideas has been great. The number one thing they have done has been getting me into markets,” Levesque said. “Our beef jerky is sold all over the U.S. in different specialty stores and we ship off the website and through Amazon. We’re in places like Jungle Jim’s in Cincinnati — that is a fun store to be a part of. That might be my top retailer. We are having a great response from health supplement store Supzilla. Specialty jerky stores are also good sales for us. We are in Kroger stores as well in the Cincinnati area.”Her favorite way of marketing her products, though, is face to face.“The best way to have an impact is to sell directly to your customers. There are so many farmers markets and festivals around here so there are chances to direct market. I also go to Texas, California, Pennsylvania, Kentucky, Michigan, Indiana and Louisiana to home shows, spicy food shows, health shows, gluten free shows, outdoor shows, and fairs. With people working for me now I can get out and travel for longer periods of time. I think a balance of the travel and the production are both important. I am probably gone at trade shows 30% of the time. I also work on new product development, purchasing, customer service, marketing, the website, emails, and literature.”Katie’s Premium Jerky and Snacks has won over 60 awards around the nation and internationally for her premium jerky made in central Ohio.Now by the book, Katie’s Premium Jerky and Snacks has succeeded far beyond the reaches of her former college beef jerky business. Her products have won over 60 awards in competitions around the country and internationally and she continues to move forward in expanding the business.“My favorite quote is, ‘How do you eat an elephant? One bite at a time.’ I remind myself of that all the time,” she said. “You just handle one challenge at a time and move forward.”
LOOK: Venues for 2019 SEA Games Lacson: PH lost about P161.5B tax revenue from big trading partners in 2017 PLAY LIST 03:46Lacson: PH lost about P161.5B tax revenue from big trading partners in 201700:50Trending Articles01:17DTI to cemetery goers: Buy candles and bottled waters in grocery stores, supermarkets01:37Protesters 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 Although that day would forever be tragic in Crowder’s eyes, the Marquette-product remains grateful to have an opportunity to play for the top team in the Eastern Conference.“Yeah, that day was tough,” he added. “But it was a good day for my basketball career to move on to an organization like this, like the Cleveland Cavaliers, and be able to put myself in position to play for it all. I couldn’t ask for nothing else.”Crowder enjoyed his best statistical season in the league last year, averaging 13.9 points, 5.8 rebounds and 1.0 steals on 46.3 percent shooting from the field and a career-high 39.8 percent shooting from behind the arc. Khristian Ibarrola /raADVERTISEMENT Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. “There was a lot going on that day, obviously,” Crowder said, in a video uploaded by Def Pen Hoops on Twitter. “The good thing about the whole ordeal was I was able to whisper it to my mom before she passed. I was with her. I just told her, ‘We’re going to Cleveland.’ And like five minutes later she passed.”Jae Crowder talks about telling his mom about his trade to the #Cavs five minutes before she passed away… pic.twitter.com/UVfZ7dISazFEATURED 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 shutout— Def Pen Hoops (@DefPenHoops) September 7, 2017Thompson died of cancer on her hospital bed last Aug. 22, the same night the Celtics shipped Thomas, Crowder, Ante Zizic and a 2018 first round pick to the Cavaliers, according to Cleveland.com’s Joe Vardon. WATCH: Streetboys show off slick dance moves in Vhong Navarro’s wedding LATEST STORIES View comments MOST READ Catriona Gray spends Thanksgiving by preparing meals for people with illnesses SEA Games in Calabarzon safe, secure – Solcom chief Read Next Brace for potentially devastating typhoon approaching PH – NDRRMC Boston Celtics forward Jae Crowder (99) drives past Brooklyn Nets forward Quincy Acy (13) during the fourth quarter of an NBA basketball game, Friday, March 17, 2017, in New York. The Celtics won 98-95. (AP Photo/Julie Jacobson)The Cleveland Cavaliers and Boston Celtics megatrade centered around elite point guards Kyrie Irving and Isaiah Thomas, but versatile forward Jae Crowder was included in the package as well.Speaking to the media during the Cavs’ introductory press conference, the 27-year-old wing player shared how he informed his sick mother, Helen Thompson, that he was going to Cleveland, just minutes before she lost her life.ADVERTISEMENT LOOK: Loisa Andalio, Ronnie Alonte unwind in Amanpulo for 3rd anniversary UAAP Season 80 Preview: Expect the ‘unpredictable’ from La Salle Green Archers E.T. returns to earth, reunites with grown-up Elliott in new ad UPLB exempted from SEA Games class suspension
Ross Taylor scored an unbeaten 47 as Rajasthan beat Pune by six wickets during their IPL match at the Sawai Mansingh Stadium in Jaipur on Sunday. Score | PhotosChasing 144, Rajasthan were home with three balls to spare with Ross Taylor and Ajinkya Rahane remaining unbeaten.Like Pune, Rajasthan too had to face an early setback in the form of opener Shane Watson’s dismissal in the fifth over off Alfonso Thomas when the score was 29.The other opener Rahul Dravid too did not last long and fell to Rahul Sharma on 18 on the first ball of the 8th over. Rajasthan were 43/2 at the stage.Rajasthan all-rounder Johan Botha was the next wicket to fall from their camp when the team total was 59. He was trapped leg-before by Rahul Sharma on the first ball of the 11th over.Then it was time for some fireworks at the Sawai Mansingh Stadium. And Kiwi Ross Taylor and Ashok Menaria ensured that the spectators got of good dose with some spectacular shots across the ground.But just when the two batsmen were looking well set Rahul Sharma managed to break their stand. He pitched the ball short to the left-hander Menaria and he holed out in the deep to Alfonso Thomas, who took a diving catch to dismiss him on 29. And Rajasthan score was 92/4.Finally, Ross Taylor, who scored an unbeaten 47 helped the team win comprehensively by six wickets. His 47 came off 35 balls and included four boundaries and two over the fence shots.Pune innings Rajasthan restricted Pune to 143/7 in 20 overs after Rajasthan captain Shane Warne won the toss and elected to bowl in the 39th IPL match of the IPL-4.advertisementPune didn’t get off to a good start as they lost their in-form opener Kiwi Jesse Ryder in the third over of the innings off Rajasthan all-rounder Johan Botha, who has been in good nick this season.A sharp turner from Botha foxed Ryder and wicketkeeper Dishant Yagnik removed the bails in a flash. He fell for 18 when Pune were 24.Post the early setback, Pune batsmen Robin Uthappa and Manish Pandey got on with a partnership putting together 46 runs for the second wicket. But on second ball of the ninth over Uthappa fell after scoring a fine 35. A Shane Warne ball saw him through when the team total was 70.However new man in the middle, captain Yuvraj Singh did not last long and mix-up between him and Pandey saw him run out on seven, when the team total was 91. Then in the 13th over opener Manish Pandey fell to a Siddharth Trivedi ball with Ross Taylor taking his catch at deep mid-wicket on 30. Pune were 93/4 post his fall. Harpreet Singh was the next wicket to fall for Pune. On the first ball of the 19th over Harpreet holed out to Ajinkya Rahane off Shane Watson when batting on 13. Pune fell to 121/5.Mithun Manhas (24) and Rahul Sharma were the last wicket to fall to Pune as they scored 142/7 in 20 overs against Rajasthan.
There’ll be plenty more exciting games live streamed from C.ex Coffs International Stadium on day three of the 2014 X-Blades National Touch League.To join us, please click on the links below:Live stream – Day Three (Friday, 14 March)9.40am – NSW Scorpions v NSW Rebels (Women’s Elite Eight) – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xJ-8V7UZn_Q 10.30am – NSW Country Mavericks v QLD Chiefs (Women’s Elite Eight) – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TV0bO43YEQ4 11.30am – NSW Scorpions v NSW Rebels (Men’s Elite Eight) – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V4JvPfT4B-M 12.20pm – NSW Country Mavericks v Queensland Chiefs (Men’s Elite Eight) – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s6vQMdE3PaM 1.10pm – Sydney Rebels v Sydney Mets (Mixed Open) – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k3y4HB4gBLY 2.00pm – QLD Chiefs v QLD South Stingrays (Women’s Elite Eight) – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cJlxm1BC-tw 3.00pm – QLD Outlaws v Alliance (Women’s Elite Eight)https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V30C9GNqqcs 3.50pm – QLD Chiefs v QLD South Stingrays (Men’s Elite Eight)https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_q5iWmR3U2M 4.40pm – QLD Outlaws v Alliance (Men’s Elite Eight)https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nmJBEY2u–M Related LinksLive Stream Day 3
About the authorFreddie TaylorShare the loveHave your say Guardiola denies Man City pitch-tampering for Liverpoolby Freddie Taylor10 months agoSend to a friendShare the loveManchester City manager Pep Guardiola has denied he tampered with the pitch before Thursday’s win over Liverpool.There has been talk that the Spaniard ordered City groundstaff to grow the grass extra-long in a bid to stifle Liverpool’s quick-passing game.”I’m not the groundskeeper,” said Guardiola. “I never did. If they want to play quick, we want to play quicker. We always try to put water on, but it’s not necessary here.”We want to cut the field – it’s better conditions for both teams. When this happens, you do the best for opponents.”We have to respect them with the rules. I never speak with the groundsman.”I have many issues to think about that. I trust the groundsman – I never made a phone call to say do this to damage our opponents. When you do that karma tends to get you.”