Home » News » Policies please! Propertymark launches its general election ‘manifesto’ previous nextRegulation & LawPolicies please! Propertymark launches its general election ‘manifesto’Industry association wants to see action on RoPA, Stamp Duty, property MOTs, downsizing problems and a new housing court from the next government.Nigel Lewis5th November 20190563 Views Propertymark has published its manifesto for the looming December 12th General Election called by Boris Johnson last week outlining its ‘must haves’ for the next government to tackle.The industry association has managed to beat all the major political parties, who are all still scrabbling to put theirs together after Johnson unexpectedly won a vote to hold an election.Parliament will be dissolved tomorrow, and electioneering will start in earnest the day after.Propertymark’s manifesto hold considerable clout – ARLA’s David Cox and the NAEA’s Mark Hayward meet ministers on a regular basis and their advice plays a major role in policy making.RoPAThe manifesto includes a plea for Lord Best’s RoPA proposals to be turned into law including licensing of agents, minimum qualifications and a code of practice.Stamp DutyPropertymark wants the government to abolish the additional 3% Stamp Duty that second home purchasers and buy-to-let landlords must pay when buying properties, a policy that has lead to stagnation within the private rental market.Property MOTsDavid Cox says the current discretionary licensing schemes that have sprung up all over the UK should be scrapped and replaced with a compulsory annual ‘MOT’ for all privately rented homes.DownsizerPensioners wishing to downsize should be given tax and other incentives to make it more financially viable to sell up and move to a small home. The expense of the Stamp Duty has trapped many older home owners by making it too expensive for potential buyers to purchase their huge homes which in turn has been become a contributing factor to the slow sales market.Housing courtThe government is proposing to ban Section 21 notice evictions. Propertymark says that beforehand, it should set up a dedicated property court to handle the expected deluge of eviction cases that will follow the ban, or otherwise evictions may take even longer than they do now.Mark Hayward NAEA propertymark ARLA David Cox November 5, 2019Nigel LewisWhat’s your opinion? Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.Please note: This is a site for professional discussion. Comments will carry your full name and company.This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.Related articles BREAKING: Evictions paperwork must now include ‘breathing space’ scheme details30th April 2021 City dwellers most satisfied with where they live30th April 2021 Hong Kong remains most expensive city to rent with London in 4th place30th April 2021
Teaching faculty at Guilford Technical Community College areresponsible for supporting student success by creating an optimumlearning environment, responding to student needs, managingeffective instructional activities, developing curriculum courses,modeling employability skills, demonstrating professionalism,developing cooperative work relationships with other faculty andstaff, supporting college administrative requirements, andmaintaining competency in their instructional field. He/she will beresponsible for quality instruction and for effective participationand interest in the total affairs of the college.Under general supervision, this individual will develop,prepare, and teach Health Careers courses within the department (toinclude nursing assistant, medication aide, phlebotomy, and otherhealth career programs as developed) as well as potentially beingresponsible for organization, administration, continuous review,planning development, and general effectiveness of clinicalexperiences for students enrolled in a health career trainingprogram. Instructional responsibilities require a broad-basedknowledge of the role of the nursing assistant in the healthindustry. Faculty will also be responsible for advising andrecruiting students and collaborating with business and industrypartners to provide necessary training and education. Theindividual must meet certification and credentialing requirementsspecific for affiliated clinical practice agencies.Education Required- Associate degree in Nursing from a regionally accreditedpost-secondary institution with the ability to obtain a bachelor’sdegree within 2 years of hire. – North Carolina Registered Nurseunencumbered license or the ability to attain one prior tohire.Education Preferred- Bachelor’s degree or higher in Nursing from a regionallyaccredited post-secondary institution.Experience Required- Two years of relevant industry experience with administrativeand clinical procedures routinely performed by nursing assistants -Two years of work experience as a Registered Nurse, i.e., 4000hours in the United States – Post-secondary teaching and/orindustry training experience in Nursing Assistant topics using anyof the following formats: teaching courses, training sessions,conducting professional development workshops, and/or othercontinuing education seminars.Experience Preferred- Greater than two years of relevant industry experience withadministrative and clinical procedures routinely performed bynursing assistants – Greater than two years of work experience as aRegistered Nurse, i.e., 4000 hours in the United States -Experience teaching in a community college – Experience withassessment of student learning outcomes – Experience with distancelearning and/or alternate instructional delivery systemshttp://gtcc.peopleadmin.com/postings/4101
Ocean City High School recognizes 18 student-athletes at the Spring Signing and Commitment event. By Tim KellyOpponents of East Stroudsburg University’s men’s soccer team will be seeing double for the next four years.Ocean City High School soccer players Hunter and Trevor Paone, twin brothers who reside in Marmora, will take their talents to the Warriors’ Pennsylvania campus in the Pocono Mountains, it was announced Tuesday.Hunter, a forward, and Trevor, an attacking midfielder, have been playing together since they were 6 years old and coached at the club level by their dad, Lou. “(East Stroudsburg) is definitely getting some added chemistry,” Hunter said. “We anticipate each other’s moves and we know where each other are on the field.”The Paones were part of Ocean City High’s annual Spring Signing and Commitment Day ceremony held Tuesday afternoon in the high school library. In all, 18 student-athletes were recognized. Athletic Director Vince Leavey said 12 OCHS athletes announced their college plans last November at the early signing date and at least three more will be announcing later this spring. That brings the anticipated total to 33 student athletes who will play at the next level. “That’s approximately 10 percent of this senior class,” said Leavey, who noted the increase from last year’s total of 24 student-athletes.The Paone brothers were among five players from coach Aaron Bogushefsky’s boys soccer team to take part in the event. The others were Joey Sacco, Matt Brook and Luke Varallo.The Raiders won the Cape Atlantic National Division championship, going 11-1 in the league and 15-5-1 overall.Trevor, left, and Hunter Paone are headed to East Stroudsburg University to continue playing soccer together. They are with their parents, Lou and Dawn Paone.Hunter was the team’s top goal scorer with 11 and added six assists. Trevor had 10 goals and six assists. Both were named to the New Jersey Soccer Coaches Association’s state Group III All-Stars.They were headed to Division I Liberty University in Lynchburg, Virginia, where their older brother Louis ran track and where their sister Alexis plays field hockey, according to their mom, Dawn.Those plans changed in January when Liberty coach Jeff Alder unexpectedly announced his retirement after 30 years leading the Flames’ program. Liberty’s loss was East Stroudsburg’s gain. “The thing about East Stroudsburg, they really demonstrated they wanted us to be part of the team,” Trevor said. “It’s a blessing to have the opportunity to continue playing in college, and to continue playing with my brother.”Trevor said he plans to pursue a marketing degree, while Hunter still has not decided between athletic training or computer science. In addition to the Paone brothers, the Ocean City student-athletes recognized Tuesday were: Matt Brook – Soccer – Arcadia UniversityMackenzie Matura – Track & Field – Rowan UniversityTanis McDonnell – Soccer – Immaculata UniversityDelaney Gould – Lacrosse – Lynn CollegeAshley Vitiello – Softball – Allegheny CollegeMarty Cattie – Lacrosse – Salisbury UniversityNate Hays – Swimming – Hamilton CollegeLuke Varallo – Soccer – Stevenson CollegeJoey Sacco – Basketball – Vassar CollegeKasey Clifford – Golf – Westminster CollegeAvery Panico – Crew – Drexel UniversityRebecca Dubbs – Crew – Marietta CollegeBrandon Lin – Football – Ursinus CollegeAustin Green – Football – Ursinus CollegeAnthony Inserra – Lacrosse – Immaculata UniversityFrancesca Trimble – Diving – The College of New JerseyOCHS Athletic Director Vince Leavey introduces the student-athletes to an audience of parents, friends and media.
Last night, two guitar greats in Tom Morello and Warren Haynes were able to share the stage at a very special benefit concert, The World On Stage. Hosted by Global Citizen at the NYU Skirball Center, the event featured a number of powerful discussions about solutions to global problems, mixed with moments of incredible live music.Among the many highlights from the night was the collaboration between the two guitarists, along with vocalist Regina Spektor and Jon Batiste, who was playing a keytar. All four incredible musicians joined forces for a cover of The Beatles’ classic “While My Guitar Gently Weeps.”Watch the group in action, courtesy of Andrew Work Uploads on YouTube.The song choice made sense, as the event featured Paul Simon giving out the first-ever George Harrison Award. You can see Simon also play a rendition of another Harrison classic, “Here Comes The Sun,” below.Amazing! What a treat to see these talents coming together for such an important cause, celebrating charity on the global scale.
Clint Smith, a Harvard Ph.D. and staff writer at The Atlantic, pointed out the subliminal messages that minority students receive at Harvard and beforehand.“They are still coming into College in the context of a world that has told them, over and over again, that they are exceptions to the rule, that they have escaped a culture or community that is laden with laziness, or saturated with violence. … Our students are told they are exceptional in ways that are meant as a compliment, but are ultimately legitimizing a larger set of oppressive conditions and social forces.”Charleston invited the panelists to come up with practical changes to help them engage with their students. Parra said that she strives to bring more critical thinking into her classroom, and to include course materials that are relevant to her students’ cultural backgrounds. “It’s not just the access to resources, but the content of those resources has to be part of the discussion,” she said.“So many young people are consumed with the idea that they have to escape the community that they came from — that place was bad and holding them back, this place is good where they can achieve mobility. We have to problematize and complicate that idea,” Smith said.Instead, students might discuss the decades of economic and policy decisions that make a place like Harvard look the way it does, he said.“Students shouldn’t have to feel that they need to leave places behind in order to be successful moving forward.” If all you’ve got is lemons, make lemonade. If what you’ve got is a pandemic that has forced all teaching and learning online for the past eight months and will continue to do so for the foreseeable future, make it an opportunity, said Harvard President Larry Bacow.“Eyes and ears forward — that imperative takes me back to elementary school. Today we are not so unlike what we were back then — eager to learn, but perhaps distracted,” Bacow told an online audience at the Harvard Initiative for Learning and Teaching (HILT) seminar on Oct. 16. The conditions, he said, can be ideal for creating more inclusive classrooms and more equitable instruction.“There’s not much to recommend a pandemic but it has made more dimensions of our lives visible to one another, and created opportunities for the kind of sympathy and empathy that lead one to understand and appreciate others. I imagine that many of you know more about the circumstances of your students’ lives, and the challenges they face, than you have in years past. And I imagine that they know more about the circumstances in your life — whether they be revealed in glimpses of home decor, or Zoom bombs by children and pets.”Bacow said that the work of diversity, equity, and inclusion is about making connections with and gaining understanding of one another as individuals, especially those from different backgrounds. This, he said, can ultimately lead to discussions of power and privilege.The morning panel, “A Conversation on Inclusive Excellence,” was moderated by Harvard’s chief diversity and inclusion officer Sherri Ann Charleston. In her opening remarks Charleston quoted from W.E.B. DuBois’ “The Souls of Black Folks” the unasked question that he faced as a Black intellectual: “How does it feel to be a problem?”Charleston urged teachers to treat inequality, rather than students, as the problem to be solved, and invited the panelists to examine the broader structures that might shape their students’ experience.,Anthony Jack, assistant professor of education at the Graduate School of Education, talked about the “hidden curriculum” encountered by lower-income Harvard students who are the first in their family to go to college: “That system of unwritten rules and unset expectations.” He said the divide might show up in a simple concept like “office hours”: To students whose parents didn’t attend college and who didn’t go to prep school, the very idea might seem foreign.“We expect students to know the lingo, the shorthand, the nomenclature of our campus before they arrive, and so a lot of students get tripped up on the social side of academic life,” Jack said. Campus officials, he said, need to realize that not everyone adapts quickly to a predominately wealthy and elite space. “We can create a floor for our students to stand on, rather than a ceiling to bump into.”María Luisa Parra, senior preceptor in Romance languages and literatures in the Faculty of Arts and Sciences, noted that the Latinx community brings a particular set of strengths to campus by virtue of the discrimination it has experienced. “By the time they arrive at an institution like Harvard, they have made really significant efforts to succeed in a system that, through different mechanisms, pushed them out systematically. But they have managed to succeed.” As a linguist, she noted that Spanish is taught at Harvard as a second language, but not often spoken in classrooms as a primary one. She said changing this would affect the level of value and recognition that these students encounter. “We can create a floor for our students to stand on, rather than a ceiling to bump into.” — Anthony Jack
By Lizeth Hernández/Diálogo October 18, 2016 Strength through unity. After Hurricane Matthew left a trail of destruction in Haiti on October 4th, the Guatemalan Army deployed 52 blue beret soldiers serving the United Nations Stabilization Mission in Haiti (MINUSTAH, per its French acronym) The tasks assigned to the Guatemalan soldiers include helping rebuild and developing public infrastructure. So troops are focusing primarily on removing rubble from the streets of Port-au-Prince and highways in the country’s interior, to reestablish communications and allow aid to reach the places that suffered the most damage. They also provide security support in collaboration with police operations. “It is very satisfying to know that our country provides assistance during natural disasters and especially to the people that need it most. In this case, Haiti is one of the countries hit hardest by Matthew, and we are proud to say that we have 52 soldiers giving their full support,” said Colonel William García Alvarado, press director of the Guatemalan Ministry of Defense. The blue berets are a group of soldiers trained to be part of the military police for peacekeeping missions organized by the United Nations in various countries around the world. The Guatemalan members are stationed in the Congo, and a military contingent was sent to Haiti in February of this year. Col. García explained that this group will help with the rebuilding effort and maintain security in the streets until February 2017. After the one-year tour of duty, a new contingent will be sent to continue providing assistance to the neighboring country. “They are trained to post guards and do rigorous work in the form of providing security. Our brothers and sisters need many kinds of support, but our group will provide security in the streets during this tragedy,” emphasized Col. García. Lieutenant General Ajax Porto Pinheiro, commander of the MINUSTAH Force, informed the media that they mobilized 600 peacekeepers to the hardest hit areas. Among them are Guatemalans representing the military police, as well as soldiers from Chile, the Dominican Republic, Uruguay, Peru, Brazil, and Paraguay. A herculean task UN Deputy Special Representative of MINUSTAH, Mourad Wahba, reported by telephone from Port-au-Prince that in the wake of Matthew, the members of the mission sprang into action to help rebuild this nation ravaged by natural disasters. “We focused on opening up these roads in order to allow humanitarian relief to reach these populations. So thanks to the combined efforts of MINUSTAH engineers and the local authorities in Haiti, the roads have been cleared and there is now access from Port-au-Prince,” he said. The Guatemalan Military Police are guarding Haitian police stations. In addition to this task, the soldiers help distribute water and purification systems to prevent the spread of disease. As of October 16th, MINUSTAH have reported approximately 560 deaths, but the number could rise as rescue work continues. Approximately 175,000 people are living in shelters, and more than a million and a half Haitians have been affected. The Guatemalan Army press office reported that despite the magnitude of the disaster, no further contingents of the Humanitarian Rescue Unit have been deployed because the Haitian authorities have not requested them. “We are completely willing to send more assistance and more soldiers if our sister country asks for them. We have every intention to help,” said Lieutenant Colonel Karen Pérez, spokeswoman for the Guatemalan Ministry of Defense.
continue reading » 9SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr The House Financial Services Committee is expected to vote on the Financial CHOICE Act (H.R. 10) today after it concludes its third day of mark-up. Thus far, no democratic amendments have been adopted to the bill, which is expected to pass the committee along party lines.A manager’s amendment offered by committee Chairman Jeb Hensarling, R-Texas, which retained the NAFCU-backed provision for repeal of the Durbin interchange amendment, is expected to be adopted before final passage.NAFCU will keep members apprised of today’s vote on the bill. If the bill passes, it will be sent to the full House and await action there.Throughout discussions of the bill yesterday, Democratic members of the committee raised numerous amendments aimed at stripping out various provisions of the bill, though none were approved.In addition to Durbin amendment repeal, the CHOICE Act contains numerous other NAFCU-sought measures, including one requiring regulatory agencies to improve their cost-benefit analyses and better tailor regulations to the size of regulated institutions. It would also, as urged by NAFCU, preserve the NCUA Board’s current three-member structure and mandate agency budget transparency.
Over the holidays, our budget tends to get a little out of control. Between events, parties, food, and gifts, we can tend to spend more than we should. The holidays are a great time to be home and spend time with friends and family. If you want to be able to stay social without breaking the bank, here a few ways you can save.Make it a potluck: If you’re looking to throw a big Christmas party, don’t feel responsible for making everything come together on your own. Instead of cooking all day or spending a small fortune on catering, make it a potluck and let everyone help compile the feast. This will save your wallet, and with a little bit of coordinating, you’ll be able to provide your guests with a pretty awesome spread.Keep it cheap: There’s no reason to spend a fortune on gifts over the holidays. Sure, it’s fun to spoil the kids or grandkids a little bit, but when you really stop to think about it, the holiday season is really about much more important things, like the ones you love. Instead of dropping big money on gifts, spend a small amount on some cheap, thoughtful gifts. You can also set a spending limit and have a few laughs by having a White Elephant gift exchange.Prioritize your shopping list: If you have a certain amount you’d like to spend on your Christmas party, stick to your budget. Make a list of everything you need for the party and then rearrange the list and order everything by importance. Find out how much each item is going to cost and then start cutting from the bottom until you meet your goal. 50SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr,John Pettit John Pettit is the Managing Editor for CUInsight.com. John manages the content on the site, including current news, editorial, press releases, jobs and events. He keeps the credit union … Web: www.cuinsight.com Details
– Advertisement – The U.S. came in 15th, ranked behind Germany (11th), Australia (13th), and Hong Kong (14th). It was just ahead of Ireland (18th), Taiwan (20th) and the U.K (23rd).Among the bottom 10 countries were: Russia, Bulgaria, Mexico, Romania, Colombia, Brazil, Venezuela, Slovak Republic, with India and Mongolia coming out last in the ranking.Now in its seventh year, the IMD annual ranking seeks to provide a picture of leading economies’ talent pools, and therefore their global competitiveness. It does so by drawing on a mixture of hard data and surveys to measure markets.- Advertisement – Switzerland was praised for its high-quality education system and focus on apprenticeships, as well as its ability to attract overseas professionals with high living standards and strong pay packets. Denmark, meanwhile, performed well for its emphasis of equal opportunity across society, and Luxembourg ticked up followed sustained investment in its workforce over recent years.Here are the top 10 countries on the list of 63 countries, which was heavily led by Western Europe.1. Switzerland 2. Denmark 3. Luxembourg 4. Iceland 5. Sweden6. Austria 7. Norway 8. Canada 9. Singapore10. the Netherlands- Advertisement – Countries are assessed across three key criteria: ‘Investment and development’ looks at how a country fosters domestic talent; ‘Appeal’ assesses the extent to which an economy retains homegrown talent and draws international talent; and ‘Readiness’ measures the quality of skills and competences available.As with previous years, the latest study was conducted between January and April, and as such, does not fully account for the impact of the pandemic. However, Jose Caballeros, senior economist at the IMD World Competitiveness Center, told CNBC Make It the findings provide some indication of which job markets may feel the greatest social and economic fallout.“The performance of the top talent-competitive countries remains relatively strong,” said Caballeros. “It is among the other economies where we see more fluctuation.”Indonesia, which came in at position 45, and Malaysia, which was 23rd on the list, both fell in the rankings this year. That was due to “brain drain” — the emigration of educated workers away from their home country — and a reduced ability to attract foreign highly skilled workers and international managers, Caballeros said. He added that the pandemic will likely make that problem worse.Meanwhile, other countries that are largely reliant on overseas talent, such as Singapore, Australia, the U.S. and the U.K., could also see a negative impact from recent border restrictions, the report noted.But Caballeros said the pandemic has also provided a spot of opportunity for economies to invest in their people and adapt to new ways of working.“Enabling employees to acquire new or redeploy existing skills — to transition to remote working for example — will also be essential to sustaining the effectiveness of the talent pool in the near future,” he said.“This effectiveness will be necessary to tackle the new challenges that may arise following the current crisis. Facilitating the adoption of flexible new technologies will also be helpful for such economies since they will be able to be redeployed to address the needs of a continuously changing context,” Caballeros added.Don’t miss: Happiness expert: One technique for staying upbeat during the pandemicLike this story? Subscribe to CNBC Make It on YouTube! Switzerland has been named the best place in the world for attracting and nurturing skilled workers, even as the coronavirus pandemic weighs on many countries’ ability to win over top talent.Retaining pole position for the fourth year running, the central European nation beat out other continental neighbors including Denmark, Luxembourg, Iceland and Sweden to secure the top spot in IMD’s World Talent Ranking 2020 released Thursday.- Advertisement –
Manchester United captain Harry Maguire Comment Read More Read More Skip Advertisement 1/1 Coming Next Arsenal star Alexandre Lacazette has been heavily linked with Atletico Madrid in recent weeks (Picture: Getty)Alexandre Lacazette is keeping Arsenal supporters guessing over his future after issuing a cryptic response to speculation he could be on his way out of the club this summer.The 29-year-old striker had his worst season yet in front of goal for the Gunners last term, scoring just 12 goals in all competitions, and Mikel Arteta is open to selling the forward to raise funds for further summer signings. Atletico Madrid are keeping close tabs on the situation after missing out on Lacazette when he was at Lyon back in 2017 and recent reports suggested they are prepared to offer three of their players – Thomas Lemar, Angel Correa or Vitolo – in exchange for the Frenchman. SPONSORED Video Settings ‘I’m happy with my career because I played for Lyon, my club since I was a child,’ he said ahead of Arsenal’s FA Cup final victory over Chelsea.‘I played for Arsenal, my dream club in the UK. ‘I’m still happy about my career but obviously I would love to win more trophies and this one can make me happier in my Arsenal journey.’ Rio Ferdinand tells Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to drop struggling / Read More Full Screen Visit Advertiser website GO TO PAGE 1 min. story Read More Skip Ad Read More About Connatix V67539 Top articles And shortly after Arsenal’s pre-season clash with Aston Villa on Saturday, Lacazette dropped another possible hint that he expects to remain in north London for the forthcoming season. ‘One word. STAY,’ Arsenal fan account ‘lacazettesquad’ replied to the attacker’s post on Instagram following the friendly.Lacazette responded with a cheeky wink emoji which many supporters in the comments section took it as a sign he was staying.A brace from Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang failed to prevent the Gunners from losing their behind-closed-doors match with Villa at the Emirates this weekend. Goals from Douglas Luiz and Jacob Ramsey (2) sealed the win for the visitors as Willian made his first Arsenal appearance.Arteta handed Mesut Ozil his first competitive match since March and Dani Ceballos was also given a run out after completing his second successive loan move from Real Madrid earlier this week.More: Arsenal FCArsenal flop Denis Suarez delivers verdict on Thomas Partey and Lucas Torreira movesThomas Partey debut? Ian Wright picks his Arsenal starting XI vs Manchester CityArsene Wenger explains why Mikel Arteta is ‘lucky’ to be managing ArsenalCeballos said there was ‘never any doubt’ in his mind about returning to Arsenal this summer, despite receiving offers from Madrid and other La Liga clubs to remain in Spain for the upcoming campaign.‘I’m very pleased to be back with Arsenal – I’m very happy to have come back to a club where I feel important,’ the Spanish midfielder told Arsenal’s official website.‘It’s true that I had other options, such as staying at Real Madrid and going back to the Spanish league, where there were teams interested in me. ‘I spoke to the coach last year, before the FA Cup final, and told him that I wanted to stay at Arsenal and win titles. I’d been really happy with what Mikel had built at the club since he came in. ‘I had a great time at this club last season and there was never any doubt in my mind that I wanted to come back.’Will Lacazette still be an Arsenal player next season?Yes0%No0%Share your resultsShare your resultsTweet your resultsFollow Metro Sport across our social channels, on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. AdvertisementAdvertisementFor more stories like this, check our sport page.MORE: Zlatan Ibrahimovic crucial to new AC Milan signing’s decision to snub ArsenalMORE: Man Utd cult hero Rafael da Silva fires dig at Alexis Sanchez over Arsenal claim Alexandre Lacazette issues cryptic response after fan begs him to stay at Arsenal by Metro Lacazette was given a run out as Arsenal were defeated by Villa on Saturday (Picture: Getty)However, Lacazette poured cold water on rumours of a possible departure last month and reassured fans that Arsenal were his ‘dream club’.AdvertisementAdvertisementADVERTISEMENT Metro Sport ReporterSaturday 5 Sep 2020 10:17 pmShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link10.3kShares PLAY Advertisement