By Julian Gill Updated 4:33 pm CDT, Friday, March 15, 2019 Sugar Land City Council candidate Naushad Kermally said people have been stealing a large chunk of his campaign yard signs from his Telfair neighborhood each day. Sugar Land City Council candidate Naushad Kermally said people have been stealing a large chunk of his campaign yard signs from his Telfair neighborhood each day. Photo: Courtesy Of Naushad Kermally Photo: Courtesy Of Naushad Kermally Image 1 of / 32 Caption Close Image 1 of 32 Sugar Land City Council candidate Naushad Kermally said people have been stealing a large chunk of his campaign yard signs from his Telfair neighborhood each day. Sugar Land City Council candidate Naushad Kermally said people have been stealing a large chunk of his campaign yard signs … [Read more...] about ‘I just want it to stop’: Sugar Land City Council candidate fed up with campaign sign thefts
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Exclusive Details Colin Kapernick has signed a new deal with Nike to become the face of the "Just Do It" 30th anniversary campaign -- a deal that was put together in the past couple of weeks and will pay the QB fresh cash ... TMZ Sports has learned. Colin posted the new ad that reads, "Believe in something. Even if it means sacrificing everything. Just do it." Our sources tell us Colin's legal team -- Mark Geragos and Ben Meiselas -- put the deal together recently. Kaepernick has been in business with Nike before but we're told Nike cut him a brand new check for this particular campaign. What's interesting is that Nike also has deals with several NFL teams. And with Colin's collusion case getting the green light to move forward it puts the sport's apparel giant in an precarious position. Clearly, Colin has a strong fan base -- that includes celebrities like Jay-Z, Serena Williams and Meek Mill -- and Nike feels it's worth to align its interest with someone many people feel is a warrior … [Read more...] about Colin Kaepernick Lands Nike Campaign ‘Just Do It’
Ken Ritter Associated Press Published 3:44 p.m. UTC Aug 9, 2018 Las Vegas – A Nevada death-row inmate whose execution has been postponed twice said a legal fight over his fate is taking a tortuous toll on him and his family and he just wants his sentence carried out. The state should “just get it done, just do it effectively and stop fighting about it,” Scott Raymond Dozier told The Associated Press. “I want to be really clear about this. This is my wish,” Dozier said in a brief telephone call from Ely State Prison. “They should stop punishing me and my family for their inability to carry out the execution.” Dozier’s comments Wednesday came a month after a judge in Las Vegas postponed his execution at nearly the final hour. Nevada law calls for capital punishment by lethal injection. But pharmaceutical companies nationwide have objected to their medicines being used in executions. On Thursday, a third drug company was due to ask … [Read more...] about Death-row inmate after 2 delays: ‘Just get it done’
The phrase “Nisan just built its one-millionth Juke” would probably be the first question on a Voight-Kampff test for automotive lovers residing in North America. The information is totally incompatible with everything you thought you understood about the world around you, and processing it begins scrambling your brain as you frantically hunt for an escape from it. An open window? The sweet release of death? Relax. While the news is scary and difficult to comprehend, don’t forget that there is an entire world out there with a populace that’s not subject to the same predilections as ours. The Juke may have been too funky to become a massive hit in the United States and Canada, but it had a few good years and Nissan planted seeds all across the globe. Japanese sales of the model almost matched the U.S., despite having a comparatively minuscule population. Volume also exceeded expectations in Europe, and China has a weird luxury version of the Juke called … [Read more...] about Your Ex Is Doing Fine: Nissan Just Manufactured Its One Millionth Juke
This is part of a series breaking down all the terms you need to know if you're buying a new or used car from a dealership. Check out the rest of the series at our Car Buyer's Glossary. Looking at the line-item breakdown of what it actually costs to buy a car can sometimes be stressful. Cars are already expensive, and then there are hundreds of dollars in individual fees tacked on. Let's cover one that seems suspiciously simple: the destination fee. What does the destination fee cover? The destination fee, simply put, covers the cost it takes to get a car from the factory to the dealership. It's usually a flat fee, which doesn't vary by region. It's "equalized" – that is to say, the average cost to ship cars all over the country. If your dealer is right next to the factory that built the car, too bad – you have to pay, too, so folks a couple thousand miles away don't have a massive charge. Is the destination fee regulated by the government? It's also government-mandated, … [Read more...] about The dealer destination fee: what is it, and should you pay it?