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Spurs set to beat Chelsea to the signing of Mitrovic, report claims

first_imgA round-up of the latest transfer speculation involving Chelsea and QPR…The Daily Express claim Tottenham are set to beat Chelsea to the signing of Anderlecht striker Aleksandar Mitrovic.Italian media reports have linked Spurs with the Serbian and the Express say Chelsea also want him.Radamel Falcao’s move to Stamford Bridge was confirmed this afternoon. The striker accepted a 50% pay cut to join Chelsea from Monaco on a season-long loan, according to the Daily Mail.Willian linked with JuveWillian is the latest Chelsea player Juventus are reported to be interested in signing.Juve have been linked with Oscar and more recently Mohamed Salah amid speculation that the Blues could part with a player in exchange for Paul Pogba.The Daily Mirror now say Willian is also a target for the Italian club.Willian is the latest Chelsea player to be linked with JuventusThe Sun reports that Stoke want Victor Moses, Patrick Bamford or Ruben Loftus-Cheek on loan from Chelsea as well as £8m for goalkeeper Asmir Begovic.Moses was on loan at Stoke last season, while youngsters Bamford and Loftus-Cheek have attracted interest from a number of clubs. Related West London Sport story: Boro keen on Loftus-Cheek loan deal (18 June)Baba Rahman speculation goes onBaba Rahman’s agent has been trying to drum up interest among top English clubs in the Augsburg left-back.Chelsea have been duly linked with him and there have been several reports that Manchester City and Arsenal are also interested, including in the Express.Chelsea have also been linked with Stuttgart’s Antonio Rudiger, but according to German media reports the defender would prefer to stay in the Bundesliga and join Wolfsburg.Austin’s futureLeicester City are being tipped to table an improved offer for Charlie Austin. West London Sport revealed earlier today that QPR had rejected a £12m bid from the Foxes – the first offer they have received for striker Austin despite him being linked with several other clubs.Austin scored 18 goals for QPR last seasonThe Leicester Mercury reports that City are expected to increase their offer in an attempt to sign Austin, who is valued by Rangers at £15m. Related West London Sport story: QPR reject bid from Leicester for Austin.Meanwhile, the Daily Mirror and the Daily Mail pick up on yesterday’s news that QPR have moved closer to signing Ravel Morrison.Related West London Sport story: QPR move closer to signing MorrisonFollow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebooklast_img read more

Fixing a Hot-Water Problem

first_imgJohn Metcalfe’s San Francisco renovation included the installation of two tankless water heaters and a small circulation pump in his four-story, 3,200-sq. ft. home. The water heaters, connected in series, are located on the second floor, which is a more or less central location.His hot-water problems should be over, right? Except they’re not.“We now wait for up to two minutes for hot water in the kitchen and upstairs shower,” he writes in a Q&A post at GreenBuildingAdvisor.The reasons for the long wait, and the best ways to correct this problem, are the topics for this Q&A Spotlight. Tweaking the circulation system may helpWhile Holladay likes the D’Mand hot water circulation pump, Dennis Heidner suggests a competing product: the Chillipepper pump.“Easy solution that I used, Chillipepper on demand circulating pump that stops pumping when water temp at the pump reaches your desired setpoint,” Heidner says. The pump is only activated by a low voltage contact closure switch/relay, he adds, with the relay controlled wirelessly or when a bathroom light is turned on.“By triggering the circulation pump to run when the bathroom light is turned on, the water is hot and ready at the sink when you want it,” he says. “Not all circulating pumps will trigger a tankless to heat. You need to exceed 1 [gallon per minute]. And you need to check the manufacturer’s warranty. Some will not cover you unless you add some kind of moderating tank.”Heidner says he had a nearly identical problem to Metcalfe and would typically waste 2 gal. of water before it was hot enough to use.“Now the water is almost always at temp when you want it,” he says. “Water use is very low, energy use is low (I measure both!).” Holladay writes that Metcalfe should make sure that his circulation pump operates by a switch located in the kitchen or bathroom. This is a less wasteful option than either a continuously operating pump or a pump on a timer. Switched pumps bring hot water to the point of use without wasting water. Holladay suggests that Metcalfe consult a Fine Homebuilding article on hot water circulation pumps. The article recommends the D’Mand pump manufactured by ACT Metlund.Jin Kazama agrees that a water heater should be located close to the fixtures it serves. “To [reduce the delay], one needs to install the tankless water heater in close proximity to the usage point,” Kazama writes. “So you should’ve installed small tankless heaters near [the] kitchen sink or a close by embranchment serving many points, and another close to the shower.”In Kazama’s view, the only reasons for choosing a tankless heater are low water use or reducing the delay for hot water (“which you obviously didn’t implement correctly”). Hot-Water Circulation LoopsGreen Basics: Hot-Water CirculationGreen Basics: Efficient Supply LayoutsGetting Into Hot Water — Part 3Waiting for Hot Water Inefficient Hot Water Piping Layouts Waste Hot WaterAll About Water HeatersAre Tankless Water Heaters a Waste of Money? The Difference Between Storage and Tankless Water Heaters GREEN PRODUCT GUIDE Fuel-Fired Residential Water Heaterscenter_img Why connected in series?When two hot water heaters are connected in series, it means one follows the other on the same water supply line, and to David Meiland that doesn’t add up.“I’ve never seen two tankless heaters in series,” he says, “and I’ll got out on a limb and say it makes no sense to me. Each should be large enough to provide for part of the load, and they should be piped separately. So, one heater serves the first two floors, the other one the second two floors…or something like that.”When connected in series, he adds, both heaters are trying to supply hot water for the same demand, “however small it might be.” A single unit running at a higher load all by itself would probably be more efficient, he says, and locating the heaters close to each other all but guarantees that piping runs will be longer than necessary.“What your plumber probably should have done was install at least one tank, if not two, put them farther apart, piped them separately, installed small-diameter home runs to the sink fixtures, and installed circulation pumps to keep wait times down at the farthest fixtures.”Nor does Richard Patterman understand the plumber’s thinking.“The logic of two tankless heaters in series completely escapes me,” Patterman writes. “The first heater heats water from 50 degrees to 120 degrees. What does the second heater do? And a circulation pump on a tankless defeats the purpose of a tankless. The heater should only come on when you turn on a faucet. I think your plumber owes you some serious repairs!” Our expert’s opinionGBA technical director Peter Yost had this to say:First, regardless of the domestic hot water power plant — tank or tankless — every system suffers or excels based on the efficiency of the distribution system. And just as there are ACCA standards (Manuals S and D) for forced-air, space-conditioning distribution systems, we really need standards for DHW distribution systems as well. Both types of systems deal with efficiently moving fluids around, and efficient piping is as important as efficient ducting.We do have the structured plumbing approach. For more information on structured plumbing, see this presentation from Gary Klein.In my view, either efficient piping or structured plumbing is a no-brainer in new homes; get the distribution system right and the need for a pumping or mechanical solution is either eliminated or easily achieved. Get the piping layout/pipe sizing wrong, and use hard 90s rather than soft 90s, and adding a recirculation pump is just brute force trying to overcome a design problem.In retrofit, adding an on-demand recirc crossover system (cooled hot water returning to the plant or tank by way of the cold water line) can make a lot of sense. There is more than one company employing the ACT Metlund system (and now there is the distinctly separate Chilipepper on-demand recirc system). The keys to these systems are high-speed, efficient pumps, on-demand operation, and thermostatically controlled shut off. The cooled hot water sitting in the pipes is sent back to the tank or plant while “new” hot water arrives at or very near all points of demand.The ACT Metlund system (including systems from Uponor and Taco, two companies that use the same base components) comes in three sizes, meant to be sized for the total system resistance or pressure drop, primarily the length of the runs. The Chilipepper has some significant differences compared to the Metlund systems, with the most significant perhaps being that Chilipepper has just one size of pump.Metlund lists which of their models should be employed for various plants (tank or tankless) and run lengths, but does not include resistance factors such as piping diameter changes, or number and severity of elbows or bends. I asked two plumbing engineers about this, and since they both have installed retrofit Metlund systems with good results, they felt that the piping run length guidance is probably all that is needed. But they did admit that it would be helpful to actually test different distribution layouts to determine the impact of resistance factors other than length.Another plumbing engineer expressed concern with any of the retrofit systems, given this part of the plumbing code:“604.2 System interconnection. At the points of interconnection between the hot and cold water supply piping systems and the individual fixtures, appliances or devices, provisions shall be made to prevent flow between such piping systems.”But he admitted that both the Metlund systems and the Chilipepper system claim code compliance on their websites and appear to be successfully installing their retrofit systems regardless.On the Chilipepper website, they strongly encourage use of a true plumbing professional for any tankless water heating system. Tankless water heating systems are much more complicated than conventional tank systems, and therefore adding an on-demand recirc system requires a stronger, deeper background to achieve a successful installation. Longer waits are the normTraditional tank heaters keep water hot all the time, leading to what are called standby losses but also making hot water available at the turn of a tap. Not so with tankless heaters, which begin heating water only when a faucet is opened and water begins to flow.“Different brands of tankless water heaters perform differently,” writes GBA senior editor Martin Holladay, “but in general you will have to wait a little longer for hot water from a tankless water heater than from a traditional water heater with a tank.”Holladay notes that Metcalfe’s wait for hot water would probably be shorter if he went back to a tank-style heater. “Other ways to decrease your wait include moving the water heaters closer to the bathrooms and kitchen, and decreasing the diameter of the hot water lines,” he says. RELATED ARTICLES last_img read more

La Salle’s long UAAP finals streak ends: ‘You can’t be at the top all the time’

first_imgPH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games PLAY LIST 02:42PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games01:44Philippines marks anniversary of massacre with calls for justice01:19Fire erupts in Barangay Tatalon in Quezon City01:07Trump talks impeachment while meeting NCAA athletes02:49World-class track facilities installed at NCC for SEA Games02:11Trump awards medals to Jon Voight, Alison Krauss De Jesus, who owns all of La Salle’s 11 titles, said there will come a time when a team eventually relinquishes its place at the top and no one can stay at the perch for eternity.“It will happen to someone that when you reach the top it is possible that you will eventually fall down,” said De Jesus in Filipino at Mall of Asia Arena. “You can’t be at the top all the time.”FEATURED STORIESSPORTSPrivate companies step in to help SEA Games hostingSPORTSPalace wants Cayetano’s PHISGOC Foundation probed over corruption chargesSPORTSSingapore latest to raise issue on SEA Games food, logisticsLa Salle has been to the finals in all of De Jesus’ tenure with the exception of Seasons 60, 69, and 70.Season 69 was De Jesus’ first season with La Salle with the team finishing as the fourth seed while Seasons 69 and 70 were the years the school got problems with its players’ eligibilities for the UAAP. MOST READ Ethel Booba twits Mocha over 2 toilets in one cubicle at SEA Games venue Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. DA eyes importing ‘galunggong’ anew Photo by Tristan Tamayo/INQUIRER.netMANILA, Philippines—After a decade of unparalleled dominance, De La Salle will be on the outside looking in during the championship round of the UAAP Season 81 women’s volleyball tournament.The Lady Spikers have been to the finals for 10 straight years winning seven titles along the way under the tutelage of the legendary Ramil De Jesus but that streak came to a screeching halt in a 25-19, 25-19, 20-25, 23-25, 15-10, loss to University of Santo Tomas in the Final Four on Sunday.ADVERTISEMENT LATEST STORIES SEA Games hosting troubles anger Duterte Cayetano: Senate, Drilon to be blamed for SEA Games messcenter_img Panelo: Duterte ‘angry’ with SEA Games hosting hassles Beermen ‘outhustled’ in Game 3 loss, says Leo Austria View comments Philippine Arena Interchange inaugurated De Jesus added that one of the biggest problems his team faced in Season 81 was the departure of the Season 80 core that gave the Lady Spikers’ their third three-peat.“There are players who leave every year and my point is a team gets weaker with that but there are also athletes who are willing to step up,” said De Jesus. “I think this time, our team got formed later than I would like because of the injuries and instead of starting in September, we started in January.”La Salle’s core during the Season 80 championship of Season 79 MVP Mary Joy Baron, Season 78 Finals MVP Kianna Dy, and Season 80 Finals MVP Dawn Macandili all graduated from the team leaving the Lady Spikers in some sort of a rebuilding year.Left over from Season 80 were Season 79 Finals MVP Desiree Cheng, May Luna, Michelle Cobb, Tin Tiamzon, and Carmel Saga.“Getting that championship is hard enough in itself and getting that four-peat is even harder,” said De Jesus, who led La Salle to its first three-peat from Season 66 to 68 and the second one from Season 73 until 75.ADVERTISEMENT Hontiveros presses for security audit of national power grid “If you change one or two from that core, then it becomes harder to win another championship.”The departure of La Salle’s players, however, wasn’t just the sole reason the Lady Spikers failed to defend their crown as De Jesus also had to juggle two immensely successful programs in 2019.De Jesus not only coached La Salle during the year, he also called the shots for three-time Philippine Super Liga champion F2 Logistics.“That was the hardest I went through this year because I barely got any sleep, you have to prepare both teams, and it was every other day that the one of my teams are scheduled to play,” said De Jesus whose Cargo Movers lost to Petron in three games in the PSL Grand Prix finals. “I’m playing for almost the entire week.”Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Private companies step in to help SEA Games hostinglast_img read more

Thoracic spine CT scan

first_imgDefinitionA computed tomography (CT) scan of the thoracic spine is an imaging method that uses x-rays to rapidly create detailed pictures of the middle back (thoracic spine).Alternative NamesCAT scan – thoracic spine; Computed axial tomography scan – thoracic spine; Computed tomography scan – thoracic spine; CT scan – upper backHow the Test is PerformedYou will lie on a narrow table that slides into the center of the CT scanner.Once you are inside the scanner, the machines x-ray beam rotates around you. (Modern “spiral” scanners can perform the exam without stopping.)A computer creates separate images of the body area, called slices. These images can be stored, viewed on a monitor, or printed on film. Three-dimensional models of the body area can be created by stacking the slices together.You must be still during the exam, because movement causes blurred images. You may be told to hold your breath for short periods of time.The scan should take only 10-15 minutes.How to Prepare for the TestCertain exams require a special dye, called contrast, to be delivered into the body before the test starts. Contrast helps certain areas show up better on the x-rays.Contrast can be given in several ways.It may be delivered through a vein (IV) in your hand or forearm.It may be given as an injection into the space surrounding the spinal cord.If contrast is used, you may also be asked not to eat or drink anything for 4-6 hours before the test.advertisementTell your doctor nurse if you have ever had a reaction to contrast. You may need to take medicines before the test in order to safely receive this substance.Before receiving the contrast, tell your health care provider if you take the diabetes medication metformin (Glucophage).You may need to take extra steps if you take this medicine.Find out if the CT machine has a weight limit if you weigh more than 300 pounds. Too much weight can cause damage to the scanner.You will be asked to remove jewelry and wear a hospital gown during the study.How the Test will FeelSome people may find it uncomfortable to lie on the hard table.Contrast given through an IV may cause a slight burning feeling, a metallic taste in the mouth, and a warm flushing of the body. These feelings are normal and will often go away within a few seconds.Why the Test is PerformedCT rapidly creates detailed pictures of the thoracic or middle part of the spine. The test may help diagnose or detect:Birth defects of the spine in childrenBone fracture in the spineArthritis of the spineTumor of the spineOther spinal injuryThoracic CT scan can also be used during or after an x-ray of the spinal cord and spinal nerve roots (myelography) or an x-ray of the disk (discography).Normal ResultsResults are considered normal if the thoracic region is normal in appearance.What Abnormal Results MeanAbnormal results may be due to:Birth defects of the spineBone problemsFractureHerniated (slipped) diskInfection of the spineNarrowing of the spine (spinal stenosis)ScoliosisRisksRisks of CT scans include:Exposure to radiationAllergic reaction to contrast dyeCT scans expose you to more radiation than regular x-rays. Having many x-rays or CT scans over time may increase your risk for cancer. However, the risk from any one scan is small. You and your health care provider should weigh this risk against the benefits of getting a correct diagnosis for a medical problem.Some people have allergies to contrast dye.The most common type of contrast given into a vein contains iodine. If a person with an iodine allergy is given this type of contrast, nausea or vomiting,sneezing, itching,or hives may occur.If you absolutely must be given such contrast, your health care provider may give you antihistamines (such as Benadryl) or steroids before the test.The kidneys help remove iodine out of the body. Those with kidney disease or diabetes may need to receive extra fluids after the test to help flush the iodine out of the body.Rarely, the dye may cause a life-threatening allergic response called anaphylaxis. Notify the scanner operator right away if you have any trouble breathing. Scanners come with an intercom and speakers, so the operator can hear you at all times.ConsiderationsThe thoracic CT scan is good for evaluating large herniated disks, but it can miss smaller ones. This test can be combined with a myelogram to get a better image of the nerve roots and find smaller injuries.advertisementReferencesRJ Gardocki, FX Camillo. Other disorders of the spine. In: Canale ST, Beaty JH, eds. Campbells Operative Orthopaedics. 12th ed. Philadelphia, Pa: Mosby Elsevier; 2012:chap 44.Mirvis SE. Spinal imaging. In: Browner BD, Jupiter JB, Levine AM, Trafton PG, Krettek C, eds. Skeletal Trauma. 4th ed. Philadelphia, Pa: Saunders Elsevier; 2008:chap 26.Review Date:3/8/2014Reviewed By:C. Benjamin Ma, MD, Assistant Professor, Chief, Sports Medicine and Shoulder Service, UCSF Department of Orthopaedic Surgery. Also reviewed by David Zieve, MD, MHA, Isla Ogilvie, PhD, and the A.D.A.M. Editorial team.last_img read more

Calgarians asked for 2026 yea or nay in Winter Games plebiscite

first_imgCALGARY – Calgarians head to the polls to declare whether they want the city to host a second Winter Games.The question “are you for or are you against hosting the 2026 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games?” was to be posed to them Tuesday in a plebiscite to help determine whether the city should move ahead with a bid.Polls close at 10 p.m. ESTCalgary was the host city of the 1988 Winter Olympics.The legacy venues from those games form the foundation of a potential second bid, which would now include the Paralympic Games.While the result of the vote is non-binding on a city council that has the final say, the vote will influence council’s decision.The plebiscite was a condition of the Alberta government providing money for a bid. The provincial government is paying for the $2-million cost of the plebiscite.In an estimated $5.1-billion total price tag to host the games, the public investment asked of three orders of government is $2.875 billion.What a cost-sharing agreement between the federal, provincial and municipal governments would look like wasn’t clear to the public until Oct. 31, which was less than two weeks before the vote.The city has been asked to contribute $390 million, while the province has committed $700 million and the Canadian government $1.45 billion.The bid corporation Calgary 2026 says games revenues will cover the remaining cost.No order of government is providing guarantees against cost overruns, but Calgary 2026 has built $1.1 billion in contingency funds into its draft hosting plan.Calgary 2026’s plans includes $502 million to upgrade legacy venues from the ’88 Games to get them Olympic-read again.The two new sport venues proposed are an indoor fieldhouse and a 5,000-seat ice arena.No new stadium or NHL-sized arena is in the draft host plan, although there have been overtures between the city and the Calgary Flames to re-start talks on a new arena.Calgary mayor Naheed Nenshi feels the current proposed plan and financial agreement is good for the city and thus supports a bid.“I really want people to make their decision based on what’s before us because we know that’s solid and that’s certain and even that, I think leads to lots of benefits for Calgary,” the mayor said.The International Olympic Committee will accept bids from 2026 candidate cities in January. The election of the host city is in June.last_img read more

Kevin Garnett Paul Pierce Officially Sign to Brooklyn Nets

The Boston Celtics officially announced today that they have moved on with the trade of Kevin Garnett (forward/center), Paul Pierce (forward), Jason Terry (guard) and D.J. White (forward) to the Brooklyn Nets. In exchange, they will receive forwards Gerald Wallace, Kris Humphries, Keith Bogans (guard/forward), MarShon Brooks(guard), Kris Joseph(forward), along with three future first-round draft picks and the option to trade first-round picks during the 2017 NBA draft.“We would like to thank Paul, Kevin, and Jason for everything that they have done for this franchise. We would not have won Banner 17 without Paul and Kevin and they will go down amongst the all-time great players to have ever worn a Celtics uniform,” said Celtics President of Basketball Operations Danny Ainge. “At the same time we are excited to welcome Gerald, Kris, Keith, MarShon and Kris to the Celtics family. They bring a wealth of talent, experience, depth, and flexibility to our team.”“Paul and Kevin exemplified everything it means to be a Celtic,” said Celtics Managing Partner and CEO Wyc Grousbeck. “They were instrumental in bringing back Celtic Pride and providing our fans with the franchise’s first championship in over 20 years in 2008. We wish them nothing but the best in the future.” read more

Parlour astonished by Unai Emerys sack demands

first_imgFormer Arsenal midfielder Ray Parlour has expressed dismay over recent calls from club fans to sack manager Unai Emery less than a year into his reign.Unai Emery replaced Arsene Wenger at the Emirate last summer but has been heavily lambasted by fans following their recent struggles.The Gunners 3-1 defeat to further compounded the woes as they dropped to the sixth spot, but Parlour has urged fans to give him a chance to build his own team.“I’m amazed by that,” he told FourFourTwo via talkSPORT.“Arsenal are where they are meant to be at the moment. They’re not at the same level as Liverpool, Man City or even Spurs.“You’ve got to give this guy a chance, he needs to be backed by the club. You can’t sack the manager already and Arsenal are not that sort of club anyway.“Realistically I think you’ve got to give him a few transfer windows. I know he only brought in one player in January, but I think it’s going to take two or three windows to get the players he wants into the side.“Certainly I think he’s the man to take the club forward, and now he’s got to be backed by the board.Tammy Abraham, ChelseaChelsea hat-trick hero Tammy Abraham hopes for more Andrew Smyth – September 14, 2019 Tammy Abraham hopes this season will be his big breakthrough at Chelsea after firing his first hat-trick for the club in Saturday’s 5-2 win at Wolves.Gary Neville on Emery: “Unai Emery is doing the best job that he possibly could do. It does need some change, but he will need time. He might even need all next season as well. We shouldn’t really be rushing Emery & #Arsenal in respect of what he’s trying to achieve at the club” pic.twitter.com/JfS6zvntIR— Gurjit (@GurjitAFC) February 4, 2019“Any manager is going to struggle if they haven’t got players to bring in.“You expect Man City, Man United, and Chelsea to all spend and sign big players, so we’ve just got the stay in the hunt and try and compete with those clubs.“What wins you trophies is better players, that’s what Arsenal have to get if they’re going to do that, especially defensively.“Realistically it’s going to take time. You’ve got to give him a chance. To say ‘Emery Out’ already, it’s harsh.”last_img read more

Violent mural of President Trump painted over at Chula Vista school

first_img Dan Plante 00:00 00:00 spaceplay / pause qunload | stop ffullscreenshift + ←→slower / faster ↑↓volume mmute ←→seek  . seek to previous 12… 6 seek to 10%, 20% … 60% XColor SettingsAaAaAaAaTextBackgroundOpacity SettingsTextOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundSemi-TransparentOpaqueTransparentFont SettingsSize||TypeSerif MonospaceSerifSans Serif MonospaceSans SerifCasualCursiveSmallCapsResetSave SettingsCHULA VISTA (KUSI) — It started as an art contest and evolved into a political debate over free speech. Problem is, the artist painted a mural of President Trump’s bloody head on a spear on the wall of a public school.“Oh, I don’t think that’s right. I know we don’t like the President, but that’s too much. Kids will have nightmares over this,” said Monica Mora of Barrio Logan.Related Link: A political mural on the wall of Chula Vista charter school sparks controversyThe original mural didn’t stay up long. Although the artist remains defiant, she agreed to paint over the mural. Now, Trump’s head on a spear has been replaced by three local icons in the Mexican community with the words “Powerful Leaders.”“We all know he’s not well liked in the Mexican community, but that’s too much,” Mora said.Now, the artist is looking for a new location, away from a public school, but perhaps not away from public scrutiny.On social media, some have suggested Chicano Park. This is a living art museum and history lesson for Mexican Culture.“Honestly, I think I know where they are coming from, but no, this is too much. It doesn’t belong anywhere kids can see it, especially in a public park,” said Adriana Sanchez.The artist herself is trying to back away from the controversy, while stepping in it at the same time.“We will talk to anyone except you, not you, you will talk to my lawyer,” said artist Sasha Andratta. She claims she didn’t design the hateful mural, but she did paint it.The school still hasn’t revealed how this managed to be painted on public school land. But any art project in a public park requires the approval of city leaders. Chicano Park is a public park.While this is happening in San Diego, the word is out. Talk show host Sean Hannity has made this part of a national conversation.You remember Newton’s Third Law of Motion: “For every action, there’s an equal and opposite reaction” and the reaction here has been like a tsunami. Posted: May 8, 2018 May 8, 2018 Dan Plante, center_img Updated: 12:37 PM Violent mural of President Trump painted over at Chula Vista school Categories: Local San Diego News Tags: Donald Trump, Trump Mural FacebookTwitterlast_img read more