Punya Penyakit Celiac, Penumpang ANA Hanya diberi Satu Buah Pisang

first_imgSaat penerbangan tersebut, penumpang lainnya diberikan makanan penuh ala Inggris untuk sarapan. “Saya didatangi seorang pramugari, di berkata ‘Kami menyediakan makanan spesial untuk Anda,’ dan saat itu saya mendapat kan pisang,” ujar Pavelka.www.dailymail.co.ukKemudian dia bertanya kepada pramugari “Apakah ini sebuah lelucon?” dan pramugari hanya berkata , “Saya benar-benar minta maaf, itu makanan bebas gluten.” Menurut Pavelka, dengan sebuah pisang tidak akan membuatnya kenyang, apalagi dalam penerbangan jarak jauh. Dirinya juga mengaku telah melakukan pengaduan kepada maskapai, tetapi belum mendapat tanggapan. “Penumpang lain melihat dan menertawakan saya. Saya pikir pramugari menyadari hal yang tidak beres. Kesalahannya pasti ada di satu bagian manajemen,” ujarnya.Baca juga: Nikmati Perjalanan dengan Makanan dan Minuman SehatDalam menanggapi kasus ini, All Nippon Airwasy (ANA), mengatakan bahwa pisang adalah makanan ringan bebas gluten yang disediakan dalam penerbangan, tetapi bukan makanan untuk Pavelka. Juru bicara ANA mengatakan, pihaknya sangat bangga dalam memberikan pengalaman yang baik bagi semua penumpang apalagi untuk Pavelka.Makanan yang ada di All Nippon Airways“Kami telah meminta maaf kepadanya secara pribadi dan sebagai hasil dari pengalamannya, kami meninjau kebijakan kami mengenai pilihan bebas gluten dan bagaimana layanan mereka. Selama penerbangan internasional di rute Tokyo-Sydney, ada dua layanan makanan. Pelayanan pertama adalah makanan lengkap satu jam setelah keberangkatan dan yang kedua adalah layanan kudapan dua jam sebelum kedatangan”, ujar juru bicara ANA.Baca juga: Mau Jadi Penumpang Sempurna? Sebaiknya Baca IniPihaknya mengatakan, untuk mengakomodasi berbagai kebutuhan makanan penumpang, sebenarnya ada beberapa pilihan makana termasuk bebas gluten yang bisa penumpang pilih saat membeli tiket. Seperti contoh masalah Pavelka yang memesan makanan bebas gluten dan makanan ringannya yang juga bebas gluten. Saat itu, Pavelka memilih pisang untuk makanan bebas gluten.“Kami berusaha semaksimal mungkin untuk memenuhi kebutuhan penumpang dan dalam situasi ini, kami mengakomodasi permintaan makanan tambahan tamu kami dengan menyediakan makanan reguler tambahan serta hidangan pembuka dari menu reguler untuk makanan ringannya. Untuk menyiratkan bahwa ANA hanya melayani pisang untuk penerbangan dengan panjang ini tidak benar,”ujar juru bicara ANA.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Like this:Like Loading… Related Hal konyol terjadi pada seorang penumpang maskapai All Nippon Airways (ANA) dalam penerbangan dari Tokyo, Jepang menuju Sydney, Australia. Seorang penumpang bernama Martin Pavelka penderita celiac yang mengharuskan dirinya memakan makanan bebas gluten. Namun, dalam penerbangan selama sembilan jam itu, Pavelka hanya diberi sebuah pisang untuk sarapan.Dilansir KabarPenumpang.com dari dailymail.co.uk (4/5/2017), Pavelka mengatakan untuk menuju Sydney dari Tokyo menghabiskan uang untuk menaiki penerbangan ANA sebanyak £1.200 dan mendapat pisang sebagai sarapan. Pria 32 tahun ini, kaget dengan hanya diberi satu buah pisang selama penerbangan dan mengaku kecewa dengan pelayanan ANA. Padahal sebelumnya dirinya tidak pernah mendapatkan perlakuan seperti ini setiap memesan makanan bebas gluten setiap perjalanan penerbangannya.Baca juga: Kenali Jenis Makanan Khusus dalam Penerbanganlast_img read more

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Howland reveals his blueprint in rebuilding MSU hoops

first_img Session ID: 2020-09-19:7edd4144500f284a3a5a3faf Player ID: videojs-brightcove-player-444474-4132546533001 OK Close Modal DialogCaption Settings DialogBeginning of dialog window. Escape will cancel and close the window.TextColorWhiteBlackRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentTransparentWindowColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyTransparentSemi-TransparentOpaqueFont Size50%75%100%125%150%175%200%300%400%Text Edge StyleNoneRaisedDepressedUniformDropshadowFont FamilyProportional Sans-SerifMonospace Sans-SerifProportional SerifMonospace SerifCasualScriptSmall CapsDefaultsDoneClose Modal DialogThis is a modal window. This modal can be closed by pressing the Escape key or activating the close button. “My last team at UCLA led the conference in scoring and was eighth in the country in transition opportunities and minutes in transition,” Howland said. “That’s what we expect to do here at Mississippi State.” The strong offense wasn’t complemented by a great defense. The Bruins allowed 69.3 points per game, the worst since Howland’s first two seasons in Los Angeles.Last season, Mississippi State held opponents to 63.5 points per game, which ranked fifth in the SEC.“Defense will be and always will be a priority for me,” Howland said. “I am a strong believer that championships are won and started at the defensive end of the floor.”Howland’s three best defensive teams advanced the Final Four. His 2005-06 team limited teams to 58.7 point per game, which was the best during his tenure. That team played for national title. The Bruins returned to the Final Four the next two seasons with defenses that held opponents below 60 points per game. “It starts with a constant defensive presence that you can count on,” Howland said. “Defense wins on the road and you have to win on the road to be a champion.” During the run to the national championship game against Florida, the Bruins scored 67.6 points per game. In the next two seasons, UCLA averaged more than 71 points per game. Howland hasn’t returned to the Final Four since. MSU’s only Final Four appearance came in 1996. The blueprint is there, now, Howland has to find the pieces.“Once it’s been done somewhere it can be done again,” Howland said. “It just takes an incredible amount of effort.”How MSU, Howland agreed to a four-year, $8.2 million dealContact Michael Bonner at [email protected] Follow @MichaelBBonner on Twitter. Play VideoPlayMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration Time 0:00Loaded: 0%0:00Progress: 0%0:00 Progress: 0%Stream TypeLIVERemaining Time -0:00 Playback Rate1ChaptersChaptersdescriptions off, selectedDescriptionssubtitles off, selectedSubtitlescaptions settings, opens captions settings dialogcaptions off, selectedCaptionsAudio TrackFullscreenThis is a modal window. The Video Cloud video was not found. Error Code: VIDEO_CLOUD_ERR_VIDEO_NOT_FOUND STARKVILLE — In Ben Howland’s decade-long tenure at UCLA, his teams averaged 70.7 points per game. The Bruins allowed 64.6 points per game. The stats offer window into what Howland hopes to accomplish as Mississippi State’s new basketball coach.“Nobody is going to play harder than Mississippi State,” Howland said. “No one will be better prepared than our players and team as we get ready for the season.”The Bruins averaged 74.4 points per game in Howland’s final year at UCLA in 2013. It was the second highest average during his tenure. But UCLA also shot 45.1 percent from the field, the lowest total during any of his ten seasons.They key was attempting 2,131 shots, which was the second most of his tenure. The only time his UCLA teams attempt more was in 2007-08. The Bruins took 2,164. That total came in 39 games, four more than the 2012-13 season.“Something I did at my last year at UCLA, was making a huge emphasis on pushing the ball on all makes and misses. Especially on makes now,” Howland said. “Most teams do not expect you to run after they scored. Most of the time kids are celebrating and meanwhile, (the opponent) is taking the ball up to the net trying to get a layup, a wide open three or a good shot.”UCLA averaged 60 shot attempts a game in Howland’s final season. Mississippi State averaged 48 for Rick Ray last year. If the Bulldogs attempt 12 more shot a game, while shooting its season average of 43 percent, it would lead to five more made baskets. The minimum 10-point increase boosts MSU’s scoring total to 71.8 points per game. The total would have placed MSU in the top five in the Southeastern Conference in scoring last year. Instead, Mississippi State’s 61.8 points per game was 13th.last_img read more

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DIY sports jerseys/gear

first_imgAll Activity tubby34 Forums Home Sports Logos spyboy1 1 3,353 Location:Thunder Bay, Ontario, Canada I have made a couple of custom projects. I have not gone so far as to do the sewing myself, but I did come up with the concepts and had these produced.This is a early 90’s Hartford Whalers alternate that never was. At the time they had a blue road and white home set. I found this blank green lace up collar jersey blank and bought the pucky the whale patches separately off of ebay, which at the time was a rare find. I then chose the color pattern for the name and numbers and had it customized. I later found out it was a Plymouth Whalers uncrested jersey. This next one was a blank Ottawa 67’s jersey I had made into an Ottawa Senators throwback barberpole style, complete with the white square on the back for the numbers. Again, I had to locate all the proper patches for the main crest and shoulders off of ebay and even added a memorial patch to the chest to bring it into modern times. I then did an old time version with a Willabee and Ward “1904 Champions” patch. I chose 7 for the “Ottawa Silver Seven”. By johnnysama, March 12, 2012 in Sports Logo News Posted December 26, 2016 867 Share this post Share this post 867 Members Facebook has a group called this:DIY Hockey Sweater/Jersey ArmyThird String Goalie sometimes posts reader submissions.They posted mine:Stingers jersey 1 2,179 posts 70 nash61 Sign in to follow this   Share on other sites 228 johnnysama I made a ’75-76 New York Nets jersey a few years back:2-pack of white vests for £5, about £2’s worth of coloured twill, and some iron-on webbing. Total cost was less than £10, and it took about 2 hours total. Just a quick little project for a rare day off.I hate to pick nits, but the stripes on the old Nets jerseys are supposed to be asymmetrical. The right edge of the wide blue stripe (with the white stars inside) should line up with the seam, not be centered on top of it.Oh, also, if you’re going to make a DIY basketball jersey out of a wifebeater, perhaps you should put Jason Kidd’s name and number on it. Sports Logo News tubby34 Posted August 30, 2012 Link to post Posted March 12, 2012 phutmasterflex 423 415 That Staubach is perfect AND gorgeous. Share on other sites Posted March 12, 2012 Share this post robbman21 Share this post BlueSky 0 70 I bought a unique Blue Jackets jersey a while ago, because it was the only full-sized embroidered Stinger logo I had ever seen. I want to add some white stripes to the jersey, but I can’t decide where. Ideas?Here is a photo of the jersey.And here it is in digital form (ignore the Edge cut, it’s CCM classic) 415 Members Would love to do this but what’s the best way to get the lettering and numerals? Is there a place that does them where you can order and attach yourself? 4,113 posts Sports Logo News I’ve painted and decaled a few helmets for myself  Share on other sites Share this post 0 1,005 Link to post KouPilot Location:Birmingham, UK 199 70 I’ve done some Rochester Red Wings items:1932 home jersey1981 Cal Ripken jersey1988 Steve Finley jersey (signed)1970 Bobby Grich jerseyEarly 1990s jacket 103 Location:West Coast 792 posts Location:Georgia Members Posted March 12, 2012 Share this post Share this post Share this post Members Recommended Posts 103 Share this post 14 1,535 Link to post 1,535 Posted March 12, 2012 Link to post CFL/NPB/MLB/NHL/NFL Fan tubby34 70 Share on other sites BlueSky 70 Old Time Hockey 11,800 posts Look At The Shape I’m In…Talkin’ To The Walls Again Share this post Share on other sites phutmasterflex 1,005 82 70 Share this post Posted March 12, 2012 423 0 Link to post robbman21 228 0 Look At The Shape I’m In…Talkin’ To The Walls Again 0 3,106 posts Posted March 12, 2012 482 Posted August 31, 2012 Posted August 30, 2012 Share on other sites 12,229 posts DIY sports jerseys/gear Share on other sites Link to post 228 greyraven8 228 Favourite Logos:Johnny Canuck, Hartford Whalers, Lady Liberty, Stinger, Pre-Edge London Knights, Philadelphia Eagles, Florida Gators Posted March 12, 2012 I made a ’75-76 New York Nets jersey a few years back:2-pack of white vests for £5, about £2’s worth of coloured twill, and some iron-on webbing. Total cost was less than £10, and it took about 2 hours total. Just a quick little project for a rare day off. Members 228 Members Link to post Link to post 423 robbman21 Discogod Look At The Shape I’m In…Talkin’ To The Walls Again PJBenterprises Share on other sites 70 Someday… Posted August 30, 2012 Members 82 hawk36 Location:Georgia Favourite Logos:Vancouver Canucks current/1980s/90s era, LA Kings purple/gold and Gretzky era, Mariners 80s and current, BC Lions 1980s, and Saskatchewan Roughriders 1970s/80s Followers 0 SportsLogos.Net 3,353 “I see you’re drinking 1%” Share on other sites Posted March 12, 2012 Posted December 28, 2016 lahaye7 robbman21 Share this post Share this post 5,923 posts Link to post This topic is now closed to further replies. 3,106 posts BlueSky Link to post 1,690 posts All Activity Link to post 423 1,535 Posted August 30, 2012 lahaye7 3,353 AndrewG70 70 Share on other sites PJBenterprises 1 Forums Home Share on other sites 0 3,106 posts 228 482 Posted August 30, 2012 Members 103 60 KouPilot Share on other sites Followers 0 Sports Logos Link to post greyraven8 Members 0 I do DIY bobbleheads. I paint over old ones with players in their current gear. Does that count? 70 Share this post 0 1 Share on other sites Link to post 867 423 423 BlueSky Link to post Discogod Well…this is a sore subject with me because making these and – like a dumbass – selling them at my own cost with no profit gained from it got me in a LOT of serious trouble about 5 years ago. I don’t have the pics of the best ones I’ve done, but here’s some samples.1970’s Cowboys Roads2005 Arkansas Razorbacks Darren McFadden1961 Yankees Mantle Sign in to follow this   Super Bowl XXXIX Cedric Cobbs Pat’s jersey. Ironically he was inactive for the game.2009 Saints Brees jersey that I made myself for a Halloween costume.Cobbs, Polomalu that I made for Super Bowl XL, and Brees. johnnysama Share on other sites Yeah, sorry, missed the part about getting in trouble. Bummer. With that said, the older, more generic jerseys it seems to me would be less of a problem since there are no logos etc. on them and any team anywhere could have worn a similar jersey. DIY sports jerseys/gear 0 Share on other sites SportsLogos.Net I made it for a member here on the boards. He has a massive jersey collection and this was one of his whales, and he and I worked really closely on it to get it as close as I possibly could to the on-field jersey from the era, and he was very pleased with it. 60 14 82 Share this post Share on other sites 60 Every now and then, the Uni Watch blog features some people who have made DIY jerseys. I must say, they are quite impressive, all of them.But who amongst us here has tried something similar? I’ve thought about doing something like that, with the 1986/7 Chargers navy blue jerseys. I am a pretty simple guy, and use simple designs for various reasons.So, if you have something you’ve done, or are thinking about making, post it here! 415 83 posts 1,005 0 Share this post Share this post Link to post 199 spyboy1 14 Members 5,835 posts 79 posts 11,800 posts 199 2,179 posts 2 Link to post hawk36 robbman21 767 posts Members Resolutely analogue AndrewG70 I made it for a member here on the boards. He has a massive jersey collection and this was one of his whales, and he and I worked really closely on it to get it as close as I possibly could to the on-field jersey from the era, and he was very pleased with it.Don’t tease me…Seriously, do you take requests? If so, I’d love a quote on one of these:If it’s reasonable cost, I’d take one in black too:Read his post above it, he got in deep trouble making them for others. Posted August 29, 2012 Members Does this count as DIY? I made these for my LSU alum brothers. They have Tulane grads over all the time.  DIY sports jerseys/gear Link to post Link to post 1,712 posts 2 I made it for a member here on the boards. He has a massive jersey collection and this was one of his whales, and he and I worked really closely on it to get it as close as I possibly could to the on-field jersey from the era, and he was very pleased with it.Don’t tease me…Seriously, do you take requests? If so, I’d love a quote on one of these:If it’s reasonable cost, I’d take one in black too: Members nash61 Location:Chelan Seattle robbman21 1 Share on other sites Share on other sites Posted March 12, 2012 0 2,227 posts Members Members tubby34 Location:Washington State Go To Topic Listing Members Members Share this post Members Someday… 482last_img read more

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