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Kevin Krawietz goes from winning Roland Garros in pairs to being a stocker in a supermarket

first_imgWhat do you be taught there? “Extra appreciation. Colleagues right here generally stand up at 5, they’re in the shop from five-thirty to fill the cabinets,” he stated. “I, then again, have had the posh in my lifetime of being ready to flip my pastime into my occupationKrawietz made a splash on the French Open final 12 months alongside Andreas Mies by winning the Roland Garros doubles competitors. Krawietz is at present licensed to prepare as a skilled on an indoor tennis courtroom, thanks to an exception allow. “I play there three or 4 instances a week. In any other case, I purchased inline skates and use them to get on and off the Nymphenburg Canal in MunichAside from that, the motto for him is: disconnect and carton. The phrase service at present has a new that means for Kevin Krawietz, the German tennis participant who gained the doubles in the final version of the Roland Garros match along with Andreas Mies, He works as a stockman in a supermarket in these instances with out sports activities competitions. “I’ve been working for a supermarket for a number of weeks for a primary wage of 450 euros,” Krawietz, 28, revealed in an interview revealed right this moment by the journal “Der Spiegel”.You aren’t but allowed to scan and acquire merchandise on the checkout. “Along with a colleague, I replenish cabinets, I guarantee that the sausages and cheese are in sight and I type the empty bins, we name that cardboard“Krawietz reported on his second job.” Final week I as soon as did safety on the entrance, spraying the procuring carts with disinfectant. “Krawietz had”been planning to search for a regular job for a whereas, thanks to the coronavirus now I’ve the chance to accomplish that“he defined.last_img read more

Cops human shield for L.A. budget ruse

first_img4. How many officers does Villaraigosa want to add this year? You may have heard Villaraigosa say he wants to hire 650 “new” police officers this year. As his budget shows, however, he expects 515 current officers to retire or otherwise leave the force. Hence his plan only calls only for 135 additional officers. 5. How many officers does Villaraigosa want to add in future years? Villaraigosa plans to increase the force by 880 officers over the course of four years: 135 officers this year, 220 the next, 220 the year after that, and 305 the year after that. By that time, according to his numbers, the cost of all 880 additional officers will be $182.4 million per year. That’s right: the total cost for all 880 officers per year would be far less than the $710 million-per-year increase in the city’s revenues mentioned above. According to Villaraigosa’s own figures, moreover, his proposed trash tax, when fully implemented, would cost L.A.’s homeowners $127.5 million per year – on top of all the sales, property and income taxes they already pay. 6. Where is the rest of the $710 million going? The cornerstone of Villaraigosa’s budget is an agency that gives your tax dollars to wealthy developers who build high-density housing and shopping centers, and, more importantly, who donate to the campaigns of career politicians. Villaraigosa’s budget calls for the Community Redevelopment Agency to get $439 million this year, an increase of $265 million over the previous year’s budget – 37 percent of the city’s extra $710 million. Hiring more police isn’t the top priority of Villaraigosa’s budget at all. Rather, hiring more police is a merely ruse, a pretext. So don’t let Villaraigosa or anyone else get away with using our police as a human shield for budget shenanigans. The city has more than enough money to hire as many police as we need right now, without increasing our taxes one cent. Walter Moore is a real estate broker and attorney who ran for mayor of Los Angeles in 2005.160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! You’re probably not going to read all 1,983 pages of Mayor Villaraigosa’s budget documents, which he released on April 20. So here’s what you need to know to avoid being duped into supporting yet another tax hike, ostensibly to hire more police: 1. Just how big is the city of L.A.’s annual budget? Last year, the city’s budget was $5.96 billion. This year, it will be $6.67 billion. That means the city’s annual revenues have increased by $710 million. AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREOregon Ducks football players get stuck on Disney ride during Rose Bowl eventDid you catch that? The city has $710 million more available to spend this year than it did last year. And that’s without any hike in our existing taxes. 2. Where did the extra $710 million come from? The money came, of course, from you, the taxpayer. More specifically, $587 million of the extra $710 million came from property taxes. As property values have increased, so have the revenues the city receives from property taxes. 3. How much does Villaraigosa want to spend to hire more police? Villaraigosa’s budget calls for the city to spend $33.4 million this year to hire more police officers. So, out of the $710 million in the city’s extra revenues, just $33.4 million would go toward hiring more police. That’s 4.7 percent. last_img read more

The most transferred Fantasy Football players ahead of Gameweek 9

first_imgArsenal are in rejuvenated mood under new boss Unai Emery, with much of their early season success coming down to the partnership of Lacazette and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang.Lacazette is averaging a goal or assist every 69.5 minutes in all competitions this season and was deservedly Star Man at Fulham before the international break. A must for you frontline this weekend.Playing: Leicester City (H) – 22/102) Eden Hazard – £6.7m 5 Hazard collects the Premier League player of the month award for September Nuno Espirito Santo has named the same side for the past eight games, with Rpeublic of Ireland defender Doherty a permanent fixture down the right-hand side.Has a knack for picking up goals and assists whilst only two defenders have outscored his 52 points so far.Playing: Watford (H) – 20/104. Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang – £5.6m 5 Although his long-term future may not be at Chelsea, the Belgium international is arguably the best player in the Premier League right now.Fantasy Football players are only just getting him into their teams now, meaning they have missed out on a whopping 103 points already. The 27-year-old is en route to smashing Cristiano Ronaldo’s Dream Team totals for a single season.Playing: Manchester United (H) – 20/103. Matt Doherty – £2m Eddie Howe’s pocket rocket is tearing through defences this season The Scotland international has helped Bournemouth to the brink of the Champions League spots already this season, with his direct style striking fear into defenders.Diminutive in stature, the winger certainly packs a punch and will look to cause more problems alongside Callum Wilson and Joshua King as the season goes on.Playing: Southampton (H) – 20/10 5center_img The Wolves defender is as solid as they come down the right flank The Arsenal striker is in lethal form 5 While many feared the days of playing two strikers up front were long gone, the former Borussia Dortmund star is proving his partnership with the aforementioned Lacazette is working just fine.Only Man City have outscored Arsenal in the Premier League so far this season, with Aubameyang picking up four goals from his eight appearances.Playing: Leicester City (H) – 22/105. Ryan Fraser – £3.3m 5 Aubameyang continues to score for fun for the Gunners The end of the international break means the return of the Premier League, much to the joy of fans across the globe.While watching England trounce Spain in Seville was a sight to behold, nothing quite beats watching your favourite team back in domestic duty.But which club players have been transferred in the most over the international break ahead of Dream Team Game Week 9?Fantasy football tips: Game Week 9 – Most transferred in Players1) Alexandre Lacazette – £4.3mlast_img read more