Back in August, The Jauntee hit The Lazy Dog in Boulder, CO along a summer tour that took the band through the colorful state. As the band is known to share their show recordings, The Jauntee has just put out a recording of this rager!Opening with “Fearless,” the band got to work with some big jams and great musical moments. Check out the full audio below.<a href=”http://thejauntee.bandcamp.com/album/2016-08-27-lazy-dog-boulder-co”>2016-08-27 – Lazy Dog – Boulder, CO by The Jauntee</a>The Jauntee kick off a major tour tomorrow night in New Hampshire and will be out touring the East Coast through December 10th. They’ll be playing shows with greats like Twiddle, Consider the Source, Formula 5, lespecial and more! Check out the tour dates below.The Jauntee Fall Tour11/04 – Stone Church – Newmarket, NH~11/05 – Olive’s – Nyack, NY11/09 – Gypsy Sally’s – Washington, DC$11/10 – The Camel – Richmond, VA*11/11 – The Local – Boone, NC*11/12 – The Rabbit Hole – Charlotte, NC*11/13 – The Whiskey – Wilmington, NC*11/15 – Preservation Pub – Knoxville, TN*11/16 – IPA – Greenville, SC*11/17 – Asheville Music Hall – Asheville, NC*^11/18 – Nowhere Bar – Athens, GA*11/19 – Aisle 5 – Atlanta, GA*+11/22 – Brooklyn Bowl – Brooklyn, [email protected]/23 – State Theatre – Portland, ME#%11/25 – The Paradise – Boston, MA#11/26 – Penuche’s – Manchester, NH11/30 – The Southern – Charlottesville, VA12/01 – 622 North – Blacksburg, VA12/02 – 123 Pleasant St – Morgantown, WV$12/03 – James Street – Pittsburgh, PA12/06 – Beachland Tavern – Cleveland, OH12/07 – Buffalo Iron Works – Buffalo, NY12/08 – The Dock – Ithaca, NY12/09 – Funk N Waffles – Syracuse, NY12/10 – BRYAC – Bridgeport, CT~ w/ ELM$ w/ Wild Adriatic* w/ Mister F^ w/ Consider the Source+ w/ Universal [email protected] w/ Formula 5$ w/ Fletcher’s Grove# w/ Twiddle% w/ lespecial
A Letterkenny homeowner has their pet dog to thank for frightening away a burglar last night.Gardaí are seeking information in relation to the burglary at Rann Mor Meadow, which occurred on Monday 13th of May at around 10:50 pm. The suspect gained entry through double PVC doors at the back of the house. However, a dog was in the kitchen to alert the owner of the house and the burglar left without anything being taken. If anyone happened to see anything in the area that might help the Gardaí call the Letterkenny Garda Station on 074-9167100 or the Garda Confidential line on 1800 666 111. Dog spooks burglar during Letterkenny home invasion was last modified: May 14th, 2019 by Caitlin LairdShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)
Share Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest SoybeansBeans surprised everyone last week by rallying over $10. If exports remain strong, bean prices may stay at these levels. However, Gulf basis levels (export values) are at 10-year lows, these low basis levels often are an indicator that futures prices are too high longer term.Eyes are on South American weather as the summer approaches. Similar to last year for North America, there are drought/La Niña concerns going into summer, which are propping up prices. If La Niña does not develop, just like it didn’t in our growing season, then prices won’t likely stay at current levels. CornCorn continues to go nowhere and still is trading under $3.60. End users are mostly only buying immediate needs at these prices, waiting for prices to dip back below $3.40. Farmers, on the other hand, are largely waiting for better prices, because in recent years they have been rewarded for holding.There’s been some action in corn basis throughout the Midwest at ethanol plants and feed mills. Some of this is due to smaller end users not getting as much corn as expected during harvest. Maybe holding the corn will reward the farmers again.Do not give your storage awayIn order for farmers to get bigger premiums and profits out of the market, farmers need to think about grain marketing differently than the “common” or “conventional” wisdom. This is especially true in years when grain prices are close to breakeven points. The following is an example of a common mistake I see among farmers that don’t have 100% on-farm storage.Usually I see farmers make sales for Dec or Jan delivery as their first and only sale before harvest. Often they do this to get the market carry as a premium. Most farmers do this because conventional wisdom says farmers need to core out their bins then, so selling some grain makes sense. However, this wisdom is only true for farmers with 100% on-farm storage and the wrong thing to do for those that do not. Let me explain.In June, corn prices for December delivery were $4.40, while harvest delivery was $4.30. Basically, it means there was a 10-cent premium to hold the grain for two months after harvest, or about five cents per month. Many farmers that don’t have 100% on-farm storage know they still need to core their bins sometime in the winter. That is why they originally sold for December delivery to capture the carry, thinking they were getting the best deal. However, these farmers still have to deliver grain at harvest because of their lack of storage. Today the market is under $3.60 and many farmers don’t want to sell their grain at these levels. So, they will pay storage fees at their commercial facility, which are likely at five cents per month, waiting until prices go up.Farmers that tried to capture the carry early will wipe away all the profits from the original trade waiting for better prices on the unpriced grain in commercial storage. Many wind up paying around 30 cents to store grain until the spring. By doing this, the 10-cent premium on the grain they sold first will eventually be wiped away, creating a net loss of 20 cents on their marketing program. Most farmers are too focused on cash prices and not paying attention to expenses of storage.I understand the need to core bins in the winter. Farmers that are trying to take advantage of the market carry for Dec delivery makes some sense. However, farmers really could wait until the end of January or even February to core bins. If they were to do this, it would give them an extra two months’ worth of free storage in their own bins at home. This would allow for a longer time period for prices to move and possibly basis levels to improve. Thus a farmer doesn’t give away any storage.It’s difficult for farmers without 100% on-farm storage to estimate how much storage they will need each year. This is why I like to use futures — it gives me the flexibility to decide when, where, and how much grain I want to move at harvest or the middle of winter. I can still pick up the 10 cents of carry once I’m done harvesting. Flexibility in your grain marketing strategy (and sometimes going against “conventional wisdom”) will lead to increased profitability.Jon grew up raising corn and soybeans on a farm near Beatrice, NE. Upon graduation from The University of Nebraska in Lincoln, he became a grain merchandiser and has been trading corn, soybeans and other grains for the last 18 years, building relationships with end-users in the process. After successfully marketing his father’s grain and getting his MBA, 10 years ago he started helping farmer clients market their grain based upon his principals of farmer education, reducing risk, understanding storage potential and using basis strategy to maximize individual farm operation profits. A big believer in farmer education of futures trading, Jon writes a weekly commentary to farmers interested in learning more and growing their farm operations.Trading of futures, options, swaps and other derivatives is risky and is not suitable for all persons. All of these investment products are leveraged, and you can lose more than your initial deposit. Each investment product is offered only to and from jurisdictions where solicitation and sale are lawful, and in accordance with applicable laws and regulations in such jurisdiction. The information provided here should not be relied upon as a substitute for independent research before making your investment decisions. 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Sri Lanka fast bowler Shaminda Eranga has been reported for suspect bowling action after the conclusion of the second Test against England in Chester-le-Street. A report was handed over to the touring Sri Lanka team by the match officials, citing doubts over the bowler’s action.Eranga has to get his action tested within 14 days at an ICC accredited centre. Loughborough University in England will be a viable option, but till then he is permitted to continue bowling till the results of the test are out.This is the first time Eranga has been reported for suspect bowling action and if found illegal he would be banned from international cricket, until he corrects his action.Sri Lanka are presently in England with the tour turning disastrous after losing two Tests out of three. The visitors are also without the services of their first-choice seamers – Dhammika Prasad and Dushmantha Chameera, due to injury. However, Eranga has not been impressive in the ongoing Test series and has claimed only one wicket from three innings.He has taken 53 wickets in 18 Tests since his debut in 2011.
In an interview to India Today, legendary all-rounder Kapil Dev had said the West Indies had more Champagne at the mid-innings break of the 1983 World Cup final than India. Kapil’s men had posted a below-par total of 183 in the big final on June 25, 1983 at the Lord’s, London.It seemed India’s fairytale run in the World Cup would come to an end. The West Indies were set for a third straight title. Clive Llyod’s side had superstars who, on their day, could just blow away the challenge of chasing 184. But June 25, 1983 wasn’t their day. It was the day that arguably changed Indian cricket forever.Gordon Greenidge fails. Sir Vivian Richards walks in with the swagger that is known for. The gum-chewing slayer gets on with his innings and hits a flurry of boundaries.Madan Lal is under the pump but he isn’t willing to go away. He goes to skipper Kapil Dev and asks for the ball. Lal cramps Richards for room but the batting great tries to pull one into the stands. Instead, the ball balloons up and Kapil Dev takes a breathtaking catch to send the West Indies star walking back to the hut.Once Vivian Richards was dismissed, Indians had their tails up. Clive Lloyd fell to Roger Binny without troubling the scorers much. Jeff Dujon and Malcolm Marshall tried to revive the chase with a 43-run stand for the 7th wicket but Mohinder Amarnath stepped into action and removed both of them in quick succession.Amarnath dealt the final blow and sealed India’s historic win by trapping Michael Holding in front. West Indies were bowled out for 140. Their World Cup-winning streak was broken. Cricket had its new world champions!advertisement The scenes at Lord’s after India’s 1983 World Cup final triumph (Getty Images)From rank outsiders to world champions: ‘Weren’t silly thinking we would win’India were rank outsiders. London bookies offering 50:1 odds against them. In fact, many of the members of the World Cup-winning team in 1983 had planned for trips to the United States after the World Cup. All those plans had to be postponed, considering India’s success in the tournament.Speaking to India Today at Salaam Cricket 2019, batting great Sunil Gavaskar had clarified on the US trip rumours. Gavaskar added that India weren’t pessimistic about their chances but weren’t too “silly” to think they would go on to win the World Cup in 1983.”Our turnaround in the whole format started when we went to Australia in 1980 where we played 10 ODI games. That’s the first time we started to take ODI cricket seriously. Earlier on, we just went in like a Sunday game. This time there were prizes at the end. There was a trophy to be won as well. Earlier on, there was nothing to be won. Then we came to the West Indies in 1983 and we beat them in a match in Guyana,” Gavaskar added.”We weren’t silly by thinking we would win it. But we weren’t pessimistic.”36 years hence, India have another World Cup in their cabinet. Virat Kohli is now leading a young side that is bidding to bring home the country’s third World Cup trophy. In, 2011, India showcased that they are the new powerhouses of world cricket as an MS Dhoni-led side steamrolled oppositions on their way to World Cup glory.It is safe to say the image of Kapil Dev lifting the World Cup trophy at the Lord’s balcony changed the dynamics of world cricket. It inspired a million, including the greatest batsman to have ever graced planet Earth.Clive Llyod had got it right after the 1983 World Cup. Speaking on India’s win, the West Indies great had said: “Indian cricket has arrived. And it’s here to stay.”. Indeed, it did.Also Read | 1983 – Indira Gandhi declares public holiday after India create historyAlso Read | 1983 World Cup: Miracle at Lord’sAlso See: