Say hello to The Mantis, a paint hydro extractor developed in Seattle and named for its insect like appearance (think floor buffer meets stretch limo.) As Finley Stadium Venue manager Brian Wright explains, The Mantis is what makes the field transition possible. “It was originally developed to allow Century Link Field [home of the NFL’s Seattle Seahawks and the MLS’s Seattle Sounders] to change between football and soccer swiftly without allowing paint buildup or creating shadows.” Since both soccer and football lines will be permanently tufted into the new field turf, the lines will not actually be removed, but instead first covered by a clear coat of paint, then painted green to match the field color. To remove the paint, a remover solution is applied, and then The Mantis goes to work, extracting the green paint, while keeping the turf soft.
A common thread among Trump’s purge victims: discomfort with his abiding affection for Vladimir Putin. It’s probably no mere coincidence that Tillerson’s last significant action before his firing was to issue a statement calling Russia “an irresponsible force of instability in the world, acting with open disregard for the sovereignty of other states.” Tillerson concurred with Britain’s assessment of a nerve agent attack, telling reporters the attack on British soil “clearly came from Russia.” The White House had avoided blaming Russia, asserting Britain was still “working through . Some of the details.”.
I just broke down. I told her this was my situation and I have to have surgery. This could be my last season of volleyball, I really do not know what is going to happen. About our differences in opinion when it comes to policing in America, and how cops treat their communities. Let come together as a UNITED nation, and honor the victims and their families. Let come together as a UNITED nation and honor the first responders who worked incredibly long and stressful shifts, without food, water, or even bathroom breaks.
Measure 101 would preserve a 0.7 percent tax on health care providers’ net revenues that helps pay for Medicaid, a program that allows providers to be reimbursed for services for which they would often otherwise be uncompensated. The measure also would preserve a 1.5 percent tax on some insurance premiums, which is used to finance a reinsurance program that spreads insurance companies’ risks, thereby allowing them to reduce rates. If Measure 101 is rejected, the Legislature will have to come up with $210 million to $320 million to pay its share of Medicaid costs, or reduce health care coverage for low income Oregonians..