The Coming Republican Power Grab On The Supreme Court

With a deadly pandemic rampaging across the country and the president threatening to deploy armed federal agents to quash protests in numerous cities over the objection of local elected officials, it’s understandable that there’s been relatively little attention paid to the possibility that Republicans may soon attempt an unprecedented and dangerously antidemocratic power grab on the Supreme Court.

Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, one of the high court’s four liberals, was recently hospitalized with what was described as a possible infection. Three days later, the 87-year-old justice announced that she has been diagnosed with a recurrence of cancer and is undergoing chemotherapy. (Ginsburg was treated for colon cancer in 1999, pancreatic cancer in 2009, and lung cancer in 2018. Her current diagnosis concerns a recurrence of pancreatic cancer in her liver.)

If Ginsburg dies between now and Election Day, the Trump administration and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) will face a momentous choice. One possibility is that they will follow the principle McConnell enunciated in 2016 to justify blocking hearings and a vote on Merrick Garland, Barack Obama’s choice to replace conservative stalwart Antonin Scalia, who died in February of that year. In that case, the party would wait for voters to have their say on Nov. 3. If Republicans maintain control of the executive branch and the Senate, then President Trump would go ahead and nominate a conservative justice to Ginsburg’s seat and the Senate would presumably confirm the nominee. But if Trump goes down to defeat and Republicans lose control of the Senate, the seat on the high court would remain vacant until a new president got a chance to fill it. That’s how Trump himself ended up naming conservative Neil Gorsuch to succeed Scalia.

But there’s another and far more ominous possibility — one that Sen. Joni Ernst (R-Iowa) laid out in a recent interview. In the event that Ginsburg dies while Trump remains president and Republicans maintain control of the Senate, they would work together to nominate and confirm a conservative justice — even if this involves the president making his nomination after losing the election and the Senate holding a vote during its lame-duck session, just prior to handing over power to a new Democratic majority.

Not only would this demonstrate beyond a shadow of a doubt what pretty much everyone has assumed from the start, which is that McConnell’s high-minded rationale for blocking the Garland nomination (that it came too close to Election Day to proceed without giving voters a say) was just power politics dressed up with an ad hoc pretext of principle. It would also show that, far from deferring to the will of the voters, the contemporary Republican Party displays outright contempt for democratic public opinion when it fails to deliver conservative outcomes.

It would be hard to imagine anything more damaging to the civic health of the nation.

We spend too much time debating the procedural rights and powers of elected officials and not enough thinking through the wisdom or folly of them making specific choices with the rights and powers they clearly possess. Can Trump and McConnell push through a high court nomination in December, in blatant defiance of public opinion, if they wish? The answer is probably yes. But it’s far more important to understand why they shouldn’t do such a thing — and what is likely to follow if they do.

When asked to explain their defiance of public opinion, conservatives typically revert to the cliché that our country is “a republic and not a democracy.” This is supposed to justify Republican moves to manipulate (and add to) our system’s many counter-majoritarian rules and institutions to enhance GOP power despite the party’s waning ability to win elections outright. But our government’s republican character isn’t designed to systematically thwart the will of the party or faction of the electorate that wins the most votes and reward the party or faction that loses. It’s designed to break the electorate into multiple groupings or clusters, giving each the power to check and balance the others. That makes us a democratic republic, not an anti-democratic one — which means that the perceived legitimacy of the system ultimately rests on its responsiveness to public opinion.

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We elect House members from local districts, senators at the state level, and the president nationally (indirectly, through the state-based Electoral College). Supreme Court justices, meanwhile, are nominated by the president and confirmed by the Senate, placing them one step removed from public opinion. But all of them are ultimately supposed to be answerable to the voters.

The main way to gauge this popular responsiveness is by holding periodic elections. McConnell’s refusal to hold hearings and schedule a vote on Merrick Garland’s nomination to the court paid lip service to this consideration. The most that could be said in its favor is that, given the monumental consequences of appointing a (moderate) liberal to a seat on the court formerly held by a staunch conservative at a time of intense partisan polarization, it made sense to see which way the winds of public opinion were blowing later that same year. That a Republican ended up winning the power to name Scalia’s successor despite losing the popular vote by three million only drove home the system’s declining capacity to respond adequately and accurately to public opinion.

But that’s nothing compared with what would happen if Trump and McConnell pushed through a lifetime conservative successor to Ginsburg immediately after losing the presidency and control of the Senate. Far more than the block on Garland’s nomination four years ago, this would signal to the country and the world that one of America’s two major parties is willing to defy public opinion outright — at least when it moves against the party and the ideological commitments of its voters.

When public opinion as expressed through elections is flagrantly defied in a democratic republic, only one alternative remains to the people — and that is to reject the legitimacy of the system itself. Both parties have been inching in this direction in recent years. But we’ve never seen anything in living memory like what would transpire with such a blatantly anti-democratic power grab on the part of the Republican Party. Prepare for a strong push in favor of progressive court packing, and then a revival of the conservative case for the state-level nullification of Supreme Court decisions. And of course, Republicans would pack the court with even more conservative justices at their first opportunity, which would lead the Democrats to embrace blue-state nullification for decisions they reject.

It’s hard to see how the Supreme Court could survive as an institution under such conditions — or how the clashes emanating from the conflict could fail to infect the other branches of the federal government, individual state governments, and the country at large.

Ramming through a right-wing nominee to the high court, shifting its balance even further away from the left, immediately after an election delivered a popular repudiation of Republican governance, would mark an unprecedented escalation of partisan warfare in the United States and begin the breakdown of self-government itself.

Mitch McConnell would be wise to think long and hard about whether he really want to be remembered as the man who helped usher in the end of democracy in America.

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Free From Quarantine: The NBA Bubble Is A Unique Experience

ORLANDO – The text came in a little after 11 am, and my first day inside the bubble hit its first official speed bump. Just wrapped practice—you here? 야설 This, from Thunder p.R. Man Matt Tumbleson, buzzed just as I was preparing to leave my hotel room—and 20 some odd minutes away. Oklahoma City finished early. And after a week spent eagerly anticipating getting to practice, I had missed my first one.

Welcome inside the bubble, the NBA’s $170 million effort to complete its COVID-19 ravaged season. Media quarantine ended on Sunday night, freeing a dozen or so (digitally) inked stained wretches from the four walls of the Coronado Springs hotel. It was a liberating moment, until you remembered freedom meant exposure to 90-plus degree temperatures in the soupy air of central Florida. Freedom came with restrictions, too. Team hotels are off limits. Areas where players walk around 무료야동 are on the no-fly list, too. Team personnel can visit the media, but reporters are expressly prohibited from wandering over to them. After a couple of laps through campus (Look, a pool! A gym! A … parking lot!) most retreated to their rooms.

Routine is important in the bubble. The NBA requires media members to submit practice requests two days in advance. A medical questionnaire must be filled out before 11 am. Temperature checks, pulse ox measurements, the works. Coronavirus testing starts at 9. Just leaving the room requires a checklist. Mask? Got it. MagicBand? Wearing it. Credential? On Monday, I made it halfway to the testing site without wearing mine. I power walked back to my room, arms crossed in a goofy attempt to ensure security didn’t notice.

After jumping through a few hoops, the opportunities in the bubble are endless. It’s an NBA writers fantasy camp. Covering teams used to require a plane ride and a few nights in a hotel. On Monday, I checked in on four in one day. Portland was my first stop, and yes—Skinny Melo is a real thing. Carmelo Anthony says he dropped five pounds during the NBA hiatus, though it looks like more. There’s a lot of buzz around these Blazers. Portland is 3 ½ games back of Memphis for the final playoff spot in the West, but a returning Jusuf Nurkic and Zach Collins has given the Blazers a talent infusion. Charles Barkley, among others, has already picked Portland to upset the Lakers in the first round. Danny Green has said LA wants no part of them. Watching Damian Lillard and CJ McCollum light up shooting drills after practice, you start to become a 일본야동 believer.

Indiana was next, where Victor Oladipo watch is in full swing. Pacers coach Nate McMillan broke some news on Monday when he announced that Oladipo would participate in Indiana’s scrimmages this week. It’s been a weird week for Oladipo, who came to Orlando intending to sit out—though healthy, Oladipo didn’t want to risk re-injuring his right quadriceps, which tore in January, 2019 and 한국야동 sidelined him for a year—but is now likely to play in a resumed season.

“He’s going through the practices and he’s looking good,” McMillan said. “Our first scrimmage is Thursday and we’ll see how our guys feel and get them minutes accordingly. Right now, there is no restrictions on anyone.”

A couple of hours later, Celtics practice and … wait, what is Tacko Fall doing? In the corner of the gym, Fall, Boston’s 7’5” rookie project, is bouncing two basketballs. A cell phone is held up by a stand in front of him. During the NBA’s hiatus, Celtics coach Brad Stevens encouraged his assistants to get creative with the players they worked with. Jay Larranaga, Stevens’s top assistant, gave Fall a dribbling drill. It’s a ten minute video, set to Fall’s preferred music, with slides that tell Fall 국산야동 when to change dribbles.

(For what it’s worth, Boston believes Fall, who averaged a double-double in the G-League this season, is going to be a solid rotation player.)

A few minutes after practice ends, Stevens settles onto a stool for a Zoom call with local reporters. As Stevens spoke, Kemba Walker zipped past him. Walker’s health looms as Boston’s biggest question. A nagging, pre-pandemic knee injury has lingered. Walker has been participating in recent practices, going 50 minutes on Sunday. On Monday, Walker ran sprints along the sideline. Speaking with reporters, Stevens couldn’t help but note how quickly Walker moved on his way to the restroom.

“Kemba just flew by us,” Stevens said. “We all saw his change of direction and different speeds. He hasn’t lost much. I don’t know if that was in his practice plan or not, but he was flying. Kemba is getting better, feeling good.”

Toronto got the NBA’s final practice time, a 7-10 p.M. Window. Raptors coach Nick Nurse likes the late practice. Makes it feel more like a game day, Nurse said. Kyle Lowry does not. Lowry is an early riser, in the gym at 8 am most mornings. Lowry, Nurse said, 중국야동 is always after Nurse to schedule practices as early as possible.

Imprinted on Nurse’s long sleeve shirt, three words: Black Lives Matter. The Raptors have been among the more visible teams supporting the Black Lives Matter movement. They arrived on a bus with the words emblazoned on the side of it. Inside the gym, players wore tee shirts printed with the phrase. And they are not alone. NBA players were determined not to let the social justice movement fade when the season resumed. And they have backed that up. Nuggets forward Jerami Grant spent his media session this week reminding reporters that “Breonna Taylor’s killers are still 동양야동 roaming around free.” Sixers forward Tobias Harris used his to name check Kentucky attorney general Daniel Cameron, demanding that Cameron prosecute the police officers who killed Taylor, a Louisville-area EMT, who was shot and killed in her home last March. Mavericks coach Rick Carlisle used part of his availability educating reporters on the Second Battle of Fort Wagner, the Civil War battle led by the 54th Massachusetts Infantry Regiment, the Union’s all-Black regiment, immortalized in the 1989 film, Glory.

As the Raptors finished, so did Day 1. A quick bus ride back to the hotel, and it’s over. Four teams, four practices and Tuesday offers more of the same. Scrimmages start Wednesday, when players will finally get to lace up against someone other than 서양야동 a teammate. The bubble season truly is a unique experience. For players … and media, too. 

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MUFG는 횡령 거래 후에 더 많은 기술 투자를 위해 배회합니다

(Bloomberg)-동남아시아 은행을 적극적으로 구매하는 시대는 일본 최대의 대부업자에게 나타나고 있으며, 이제는 새로운 고객에게 도달하고 운영을 간소화하기 위해 디지털 투자에 주력하고 있습니다.

미츠비시 UFJ 파이낸셜 그룹 무료야동 (Misubishi UFJ Financial Group Inc.)은 그랩 홀딩스 (Grab Holdings Inc.)와 같은 스타트 업에 돈을 쓰려고하고있다. 그는 인터뷰에서“우리는 항상 그러한 기회를 찾고있다”고 말했다.

안경을 쓰고 남자 양복과 넥타이 : 미쓰비시 UFJ 재무 그룹 CEO Hironori Kamezawa 인터뷰

Mitsubishi UFJ 재무 그룹 CEO Hironori Kamezawa 인터뷰

히로노리 가메 자와는 7 월 8 일 인터뷰에서 일본야동 연설합니다.


사진 작가 : Shoko Takayasu / Bloomberg

코로나 바이러스 발발은 전 세계 은행들에게 그들의 사업을 디지털화 할 수있는 새로운 한국야동 자극을 주었다. 사회적 거리는 지점 네트워크의 생존력에 추가 타격을 가하기 때문이다. 4 월 CEO가 될 때까지 최고 디지털 혁신 책임자였던 Kamezawa는 올해 초 MUFG의 인수에 따라 7 억 달러를 투자 할 것을 요구했다.

“디지털 이동은 이미 사회에서 가장 큰 트렌드 중 하나 였지만, 전염병으로 인해 속도가 빨라졌습니다”라고 Kamezawa (58)는 말했습니다.

MUFG는 싱가포르 기반의 Grab의 광대 한 고객 기반과 인공 지능에 대한 전문 지식을 활용하려고합니다. 카메 자와는 MUFG가 상업 은행을 보유하고있는 태국, 인도네시아, 필리핀, 베트남에서 약 12 ​​개의 잠재적 사업 프로젝트를 진행하고 있다고 밝혔다.

그는“동남아시아 은행과 Grab를 협력하여 이익을 창출 할 계획”이라고 말했다. 예를 들어, 우리는 신용 모델을 보유하고 있으며 Grab는 고객의 행동에 대한 데이터를 보유하고 있습니다. 우리는이 두 가지를 결합하여 새로운 금융 서비스 국산야동를 만들려고 노력하고 있습니다.”

Google과 Temasek Holdings Pte의 연구에 따르면 동남아시아는 이미 디지털 금융 서비스에 대한 수요가 2025 년까지 3 배 이상 380 억 달러 이상으로 증가하고있는 것으로 나타났습니다.

카메 자와는 은행이 3 월에 끝나는 회계 연도에 채점 모델 기반 대출 프로그램이나 AI 실험실을 시작할 계획이라고 밝혔다. 그는 전염병이 신생 기업에 미치는 영향에 혼란을 느끼지 않았으며 최근에는 침체기 동안 비용을 줄이기 위해 360 개의 일자리를 줄일 것이라고 말했다.

카메 자와는“승마를 부르는 사업은 어려운 상황에 처해있다. “그러나 동시에 중국야동 음식 배달이 급격히 증가하고 있기 때문에 그들은 잘하고 있습니다.”

그래 브 싱가폴의 Yee Wee Tang 상무는 식품 공급의 성장이 운송 사업의 하락을 감당하기에 충분하지 않다고 말했다.더 읽어보기 :

가메 자와의 배경은 일본의 엘리트 은행가의 전형적인 것이 아닙니다. 도쿄 대학 대학원에서 수 이론을 전공 한 수학 전문가 인 그는 은행의 채권 옵션 거래 개시를 이끌면서 경력 초기에 인상을 남겼습니다.

디지털화는 특히 국내 소매 은행 업무 운영을 간소화하는 열쇠라고 그는 말했다. 4 월 정부가 MTAG와 다른 사람들이 집에서 체재하는 탄원에도 불구하고 지점 트래픽이 급증한 반면, Kamezawa는 은행이 현재 온라인 뱅킹 서비스 사용이 급증하고 있다고 말했다.

그의 두 전임자 인 Kanetsugu Mike와 Nobuyuki Hirano는 해외 배경으로 유명했습니다. MUFG는 PT Bank Danamon Indonesia와 태국의 Ayudhya Bank를 인수하고 베트남 Vietinbank와 Security Bank Corp.의 지분을 인수하는 데 약 150 억 달러를 투자했습니다.

카메 자와는이 지역의 상업 은행 인수가 서양야동 끝났는지를 물었다.

“우리는 해외 푸시를 통해 국내 이익 감소를 보완하는 데 성공했다”고 덧붙였다. 그는 현재 우선 순위는 꾸준히 증가하는 비용을 통제하는 것이라고 덧붙였다.

MUFG의 매출 대비 백분율은 3 월말 연말 70.2 %로 경쟁사 Sumitomo Mitsui Financial Group Inc의 62.8 %에 비해 높은 수준을 유지하고 있습니다.

Kamezawa는“글로벌 전략을 야애니 재조정하고 성장 영역을 검토하며 그에 따라 자원을 할당 할 것입니다.

Disney Fans Find COVID-19 Precautions, Light Crowd As ‘The Place Where Dreams Come True’ Reopens

Those creation their way back to “The Place Where Dreams Come True” found a littler, substantially more purified and COVID-19-cognizant world.

Forty-four years after they honeymooned at Magic Kingdom, Carol and Steve Show wore mouse ears with “44” decorated on the notorious headgear and modeled for photographs before Cinderella Castle.

The two were among the a large number of individuals who plunged on Walt Disney World Saturday as Magic Kingdom and Animal Kingdom invited visitors just because since COVID-19 constrained the parks’ conclusion March 15.

Those are the initial two Disney parks to revive, even as a sharp increment in new contaminations in Florida is charted.On Saturday, the state Department of Health detailed 10,360 new cases, the eighteenth back to back day that at any rate 5,000 new instances of the novel coronavirus have been declared, pushing complete cases to 254,511.

Those creation their way back to “The Place Where Dreams Come True” found a littler, substantially more disinfected and COVID-19-cognizant world.

Coronavirus-constrained changes are many, from contact free brow temperature checks to hand-sterilizing stations and six-foot detachments between visitors in lines. Social removing is underscored by signs on everything from the beginning dividers to junk jars, and strengthened by the expansion of Plexiglass-bested parcels in lines for rides and segments at registers in shops.

Veils are required, aside from when eating. Cast individuals wear veils, as well, or face shields. Group limit has been restricted. Food from semi-formal eateries, some of which aren’t yet open, must be portable arranged before visitors can enter the eatery, expel their covers and eat.

None of that prevented the Disney unwavering from catching reservations as soon they opened up in late June, first for those with resort reservations and afterward for yearly pass holders.

The Shows, both 64, “completely” have worries about the spread of COVID-19 in Florida. The Port St. Lucie occupants have “heard all the inquiries,” particularly, “For what reason would you be going there now?”

Be that as it may, their answer, said Carol Show, is: “The reason wouldn’t we?”

“We talked about this a great deal,” the resigned instructor said. “We think Disney is avoiding potential risk, we feel more secure here than at stores. We’re not exceptionally dreadful individuals. We figure, we should live.”

Disney has not determined what number of guests it intended to concede Saturday or what that include will be soon. In any case, Len Testa, co-creator of “The Unofficial Guide to Walt Disney World,” disclosed to USA TODAY he expected to see around 15,000 visitors — only 25% of limit — on opening day.

“To place that number in context, the Magic Kingdom midpoints just shy of 60,000 every day,” he stated, including that the current week’s see occasions for yearly pass holders attracted 7,000 to 8,000 every day.

Visitors arranged ahead of schedule at the Walt Disney World transportation place, where they could board the monorail, ship or transports for the Magic Kingdom.

The individuals who selected to ride the famous monorail from the Transportation and Ticket Center to the Magic Kingdom entrance remained in an all around stamped socially removed line. The train’s lodges have been separated with vinyl hindrances, and just a couple of families were permitted in each.

On an ordinary, pre-COVID-multi day, the trains would have been completely filled, however Jess and Brandon Bullock of Sarasota didn’t discover a very remarkable line. They found newly sterilized seats — one gathering for each seat and nobody standing, clinging to handrails — and a significantly less excited group than expected.

“The inclination through security and monorail lines was truly sterile,” said Jess Bullock, 31. “Unquestionably not the typical bubbly climate, however that is reasonable.”

Inside the recreation center, they discovered shorter hangs tight for most loved attractions and rides, however on occasion, Bullock stated, holds up were any longer than showed on the Disney application or signs.

It down-poured at certain focuses, and the 100-degree-in addition to warm list was smothering. Cinderella Castle sparkled after a short storm, its blue and pink towers thinking about in puddles the solid. The Magic Kingdom’s focal center point was facilitating light hordes of picture-accepting visitors starting around early afternoon.

By and large, the Bullocks were satisfied with what Disney has done to invite visitors back, however “to be very legitimate, I think Universal has made a superior showing,” Bullock said.

“However, Disney would be a nearby second,” she stated, including that she and her significant other will be back for a long end of the week remain one week from now.

“I think the greatest thing is, Disney doesn’t have the same number of spots to rest and you don’t see the same number of individuals out cleaning as you do at Universal.”

Sisters Mary Griffin and Leslie Shinault of Rockledge were dazzled by the welcome they got from give individuals a role as they strolled Main Street USA toward Cinderella’s Castle.

One visual sign of a littler group: “We saw four buggies by the merry go round, rather than hundreds,” said Griffin, 56. “Furthermore, there’s nobody stepping behind you.”

A significant yet carefully implemented drawback: Those compulsory veils, which the sisters concur are “completely fundamental,” given COVID-19 yet “a bad dream” to wear for a considerable length of time in 90 or more degree heat, Shinault said.

Regardless of any glitches, pauses and the downpour, Carol and Steve Show said they were only glad to come back to a spot they have cherished all their grown-up lives and have visited frequently since moving to St. Lucie County a couple of years prior.

Decked out in lady of the hour and-man of the hour clothing, the two retirees were difficult to miss in a genuinely meager group. Indeed, even Bullock detailed seeing “the commemoration couple,” who purchased “Together Again” T-shirts, new to Disney shops out of appreciation for the reviving.

“We were unable to walk anyplace without feeling like a big name,” Carol Show said. “Everybody was offering us congrats as we strolled down Main Street … All the cast individuals, even the Disney VP, welcoming everybody.

“It’s our ‘cheerful spot.’ And we’re so happy to be back.”

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PlayStation Plus July 2020: Grab 3 PS4 Games Free For 10th Anniversary Of PS Plus

July 2020 imprints the tenth commemoration of the dispatch of PlayStation Plus, which introduced paid multiplayer administrations and month to month downloadable games for supporters in 2010 on PS3. To commend, the current month’s contributions are as solid as last month’s, with NBA 2K20 and Rise of the Tomb Raider featuring the arrangement alongside Erica as a pleasant reward. Every one of the three games are accessible to guarantee with the expectation of complimentary at this point. Also, Sony discharged a free PS Plus tenth Anniversary subject on the PlayStation Store.

Ascent of the Tomb Raider at first propelled as a planned elite on Xbox One, however came to PS4 every year a short time later as the twentieth Anniversary Celebration with extra substance. It’s the second in Crystal Dynamic’s reboot set of three, getting with Lara Croft as she turns out to be progressively alright with her burial place striking undertakings. Occurring in a cold Siberia, the game figures out how to in any case look striking today, and is affectionately recognized as the most grounded of the three in the arrangement.

In our 8/10 Rise of the Tomb Raider audit, pundit Mike Mahardy expressed, “Even now, playing through it one year after I initially beat it, it’s difficult to put down. The Siberian wild is similarly as point by point and dazzling for what it’s worth on Xbox One, and I didn’t see numerous distinctions in the character subtleties, either.”

NBA 2K20 is the latest portion in the yearly b-ball arrangement, which makes it a solid expansion to the setup given that we’re as yet a couple of months out from its substitution. NBA 2K20 got brutal analysis at dispatch for its dependence on microtransactions and how profoundly the penetrate the game, however the center of the b-ball activity on court stays as grasping as could be.

Erica is the third contribution for PS Plus in July and shouldn’t be disregarded. Initially structured around Sony’s PlayLink (which would permit players to control games with their cell phones, similar to the Jackbox Party Packs), Erica is a story experience game that plays increasingly like a film with minor association from the player. It’s a grasping story in any case, with an unpleasant soundtrack for sure.

In our 8/10 survey for Erica, pundit Funké Joseph expressed, “Its enigmatic tone is brought through the sound, visuals, and composing; it never allows you to unwind. Once in a while abnormal controls shock you out, however there is a wealth of tempting strings to follow, and it’s a treat to have the option to shape your own experience out of it. Utilizing a blend of fresh cinematography and FMV-explicit game mechanics, Erica never neglects to guide you into its unpleasant, strange world.”


Watch: ‘When Kids Tell Me They Have My Posters, It Sounds Like A Dream’ – Harmanpreet Kaur

Growing up in Moga, a town in Punjab, Harmanpreet Kaur was told she could not have the poster of Virender Sehwag up on her wall. But when young cricketers these days tell her about having her posters in their rooms, it feels like a dream for the Indian T20I team captain.

Speaking to Harsha Bhogle on chat show Conversations with Cricbuzz, Harmanpreet said it is a great feeling to hear kids tell her they want to be like her.

“It still feels like a dream. When I started, I didn’t have much knowledge about women’s cricket,” Harmanpreet said.

“But I also had the same dreams as the boys around me, that of playing for India one day. Now when we are the grounds and young kids come over to say that they want to be like us, it is a great feeling.”

Harmanpreet had earlier spoken on Youtube show Breakfast with Champions about an anecdote from her childhood about buying a Sehwag poster from a fair with money she saved up that she was unable to put it up on wall because it was frowned upon.

“My parents didn’t allow me to put up a poster too but I did put up one of Sehwag. Now when kids have heard my story, they tell me theirs. I never thought I’d get the permission to put up a poster in my room. Now when kids tell me that they have my posters, it sounds like a dream,” Harmanpreet told Bhogle.

Harmanpreet also spoke about her stint at Women’s Big Bash League. She became the first Indian cricketer to sign up for the Australian Twenty20 tournament, when she had joined Sydney Thunder in 2016.

“It made a lot of difference. I can say that there’s a big difference in my mindset now and what it was before,” Harmanpreet said.

“I don’t know why previously we used to look for our comfort zone – scoring as per our comfort – but Big Bash was a completely new experience for me. I had to go and play with different players who I don’t know at all, and about whom I’ve not even heard about before. To stay with them for a month/month and a half, and play with them… Because previously we’d played cricket amongst our people so you’d not think too much about you’re out of home, how you are etc. But to go there, to do everything by yourself from morning to night and to play cricket along with that, I’ve learnt a lot from that.”

Harmanpreet said the nature of the practice sessions at WBBL made it a challenge as well as a learning experience. Weighing in on the debate of having an Indian Premier League style tournament for women, Harmanpreet said it had to happen soon.

“I’ve been saying for the last three years that women’s IPL should happen. If our mindset can change because of Big Bash.. If in spite of playing so much cricket, we can still get awareness about certain aspects of the game, then just think how much the U-16 and U-19 girls, who are just starting to play now, can gain from the experience of an IPL, even if they’re only travelling with the team. 안전공원

“The things that we’re learning at the age of 26, 27, they’ll get to learn at 16. It’s a huge 10-year gap. And then imagine what kind of a cricketer you’ll become by the time you’re 24-25. So I think it should be there. I believe we can have at least six teams. Despite making three teams in the Women’s challenger trophy, I felt there were a lot of girls who deserved to play and could perform well, so we could’ve made three more good teams. It’s not like we don’t have talent,” she added.

Dreams Come True: ‘The Sandman’ Audio Drama Series Arrives July 15

Mark the date! On July 15, get ready to meet the King of Dreams and of the members of his powerful, but unusual family.

The wait will finally be over for The Sandman – this year’s listening event! – when US audio entertainment producer Audible releases the first instalment of a multi-part audio adaptation of British author Neil Gaiman’s classic DC comic series. This instalment adapts the first three volumes of The Sandman, namely Preludes And Nocturnes, The Doll’s House and Dream Country.

The original run of Gaiman’s comic book series The Sandman ran for 75 issues from January 1989 to March 1996. The Sandman has been critically acclaimed, and hailed by the Los Angeles Times magazine as “the greatest epic in the history of comic books”. It tells the story of Morpheus, the immortal king of dreams and stories, and his interactions with characters from myths, real-life history and fiction.

A powerhouse supporting cast helps translate this masterwork into a sonic experience worthy of its legacy, including Riz Ahmed, Kat Dennings, Taron Egerton, Samantha Morton, Bebe Neuwirth, Andy Serkis, and more. Setting the stage for their performance is an unprecedented cinematic soundscape featuring an original musical score by British Academy Award winner James Hannigan.

Gaiman, 59, who plays the narrator in the Audible Original, posted a trailer for the audio series on his Facebook page. Follow him as he leads listeners along a winding path of myths, imagination and, often, terror. 온라인카지노

In this recent post, Gaiman also mentioned the upcoming Sandman Netflix television series, revealing that it will be an updated version on his work. This Audible audio series, on the other hand, serves as a straightforward adaptation.

“The audio adaptations are much closer to the original graphic novels, each episode being a comic in the original. Eleven hours of drama. The cast is amazing. The production and the music are glorious. I’m not sure about the narrator, but everything else is sparkling and exciting. I hope you all enjoy it, ” wrote Gaiman.

For the audio series, he had given director Dirk Maggs the original The Sandman scripts for source material.

“So often what I’m saying as narrator is what I asked the artists to draw, over 30 years ago, ” said Gaiman.

The audio series will also be released in the CD format.

You can pre-order the Audible Original version of The Sandman for US$34.95 (about RM150) here.