Finding a good car insurance policy is never easy. The task becomes even more complicated when the car owner has a poor credit record. Some premium service providers even decline to serve the bad credit drivers. Hallgrimsson shows us the pitch he grew up on in Heimaey. Goals with no nets. No markings on the pitch.
BP and Imperial Oil paid a minimum of $50,000 a day to use CCGS Amundsen which is dedicated to the study of climate change for a total of six weeks over the past two years.The oil companies want to study the environmental impact of their exploratory oil drilling plans in the Beaufort Sea, in the Arctic Ocean.Environmental group quiterre called it a slap in the face to international research on climate change,The ship is run by ArcticNet, a scientific group based at Laval University in Quebec City. Louis Fortier, the lead researcher, said it’s a good way to help pay the millions of dollars it costs to keep the Amundsen running.He said it is a marriage of convenience that benefits the Canadian public. BP and Imperial will use the data they’ve gathered in an environmental impact study to support an application to drill for oil in the Beaufort Sea, he said.With this use of the ship, Canadians can be assured any decision to drill will be based on the best possible data, he said.Internet freedom: Should government have the ability to shut down the internet?The Egyptian government shut down access to the internet and the country’s cellphone data network early Friday, according to media reports.
Women’s Soccer.Related: NBC teams with BuzzFeed to win over younger Olympic viewersThis year is the first that Olympic athletes are allowed to appear in commercials for unofficial sponsors during what is known as the blackout period, spanning from a few days before the games start until a few days after the closing ceremonies.In the past, Olympic athletes could only appear in commercials for official Olympic sponsors such as Coca Cola (CCE), Visa (V) and Nike (NKE) during this time.For the 2016 Rio Olympics, the blackout period runs from July 27 to August 24.Related: Rio Olympics shadowed by Brazil’s crisis momentLast year, the International Olympic Committee changed some of its advertising guidelines, opening it up to more companies.Still, there were some caveats.Unofficial sponsors had to apply with the US Olympic Committee by January to run any ads anywhere featuring the Olympians. The unofficial sponsor also had to pledge to run their ads continuously from the end of March until the games.Additionally, the ads can’t use any Olympics branding or related words.Among the list of banned icons and words are the following: Olympics, Olympic, Olympians The Olympic motto: Citius. Altius.