McCollum is shooting an average of just 0.1 more field goal attempts, he has managed to increase his scoring average by 2.7 points a game from a year ago. In his fourth season, McCollum has added efficiency to his impressive scoring totals. McCollum is shooting 48.8 percent from the field, highest among shooting guards and converting 42 percent of his attempts from beyond the arc, both marking career highs.

1. Eat where the locals eat!The best indicator for safe food is a big crowd waiting in front of a food stall to take their turn for a delicious steaming hot snack or dish. Make sure that wherever you eat most tables are occupied with locals it doesn’t matter if the place looks unfancy or even a bit grim Indians are used to great food at home, so having satisfied customers filling the restaurant up is the best indicator that great food is waiting for you.

Beasley (Class of 1955) of Columbia; Anthony J. Brooklere (Class of 1958) of Adamsville; Charles E. Prickett (Class of 1961) of Hoover; and James O. Roasting Peppers Is EasyYou can go to the store and buy a can of diced or whole mild green chilies to use in a variety of recipes. The cost for a 4 ounce can is about eighty five cents for the chopped chilies. That works out to $3.40 a pound! As I recall, the whole ones cost more..

I went to my health club today and did a cardio session on an elliptical machine. First time in two weeks. I couldn’t help but notice that I wasn’t alone in renewing my commitment to indoor exercise. “He came home for his mother’s funeral two years ago, and he told me he had decided to stay.”Jovanni Thunstrom, the owner of Conga Latin Bistro in Minneapolis, said he employed Floyd as a bouncer at the restaurant and was also his landlord.”No one had nothing bad to say about him,” Thunstrom said. “They all are shocked he’s dead. He never caused a fight or was rude to people.”Thunstrom said Floyd paid his rent last week and told him that he was looking for a new job because Conga Latin Bistro has been closed to on site dining since March because of the coronavirus.

Imagine what this employee must have spent in legal fees to obtain less than $10,000 through two levels of courts after five years.My client understood that it was fighting each case to make the point that it would not be sued by others. And it worked. Shortly after the last court decision was handed down, my client sold the company to another client, which followed the same playbook and achieved the same successful result.Not one employee sued.