‘Mate, you look like a hotdog’ – QPR star’s diabolical outfit draws hilarious responses

first_imgQPR fans on Twitter quickly called the fashion police after striker Sebastian ‘Little Red Riding Hood’ Polter posted a picture of himself ahead of a trip to Barcelona.Polter jetted off for a well deserved break after helping Rangers win at Fulham in a dramatic west London derby.Massive three points today. 🙌🏼 Now off to Barcelona for a short holiday! 😎👍🏼 #COYRS #SeeYouSoon pic.twitter.com/X9CV7Jj00g— Sebastian Polter (@polti1991) October 1, [email protected] well done bud but wtf are you wearing??!! 😎😂— Stuart Stamp (@stuart_stamp) October 1, [email protected] buy some new clothes whilst in Barca PLEASE— Neil Southey (@kblockpoole) October 1, [email protected] that’s the sort of outfit only a professional footballer or a pimp would get away with wearing 🙈— sean flood (@floody_s) October 1, [email protected] you ain’t pulling much in that outfit sunshine ⚪️🔵⚪️🔵— Wayne Reese (@reesie75) October 1, [email protected] Well deserved Polti – but don’t let the bulls see you in that!— Grant Foster (@Beanofire) October 1, [email protected] if anyone asks what you do, please don’t say you play for #QPR it’s enough of a circus without you dressing like a clown— PhilG67 (@W12Squirrel) October 1, [email protected] have a great time Seb but what the bloody hell are you wearing 😂— steve allen (@steveallen82) October 1, [email protected] he wears wot he wants, he wears wot he wants! We’re Queen’s Park rangers he wears wot he wants #QPR #FULQPR— TonyC (@TCQPR2012) October 1, [email protected] mate,ONLY you can get away with that outfit !👍🔵⚪️— Tony Salvatore (@WI2TPS) October 1, [email protected] if you hear sirens; it’s the fashion police— Loftboy (@ianpyke1) October 2, [email protected] look like a big salami— Loftus Roads (@4EverQPR) October 1, [email protected] Nice one Seb. But seriously, that outfit is proper rascal!— Simon Hunter (@realsimonhunter) October 1, [email protected] camouflage clobber will blend in nicely…German Ninja stylee— Skorpio (@Skorpio1) October 1, [email protected] mate you look like a hot dog— jake claremont (@hoopsmanjake) October 1, [email protected] mate, that outfit’s funnier than a last-minute Fulham penalty! Enjoy Barca!— Kieran Robinson ⚽ (@Son_of_Robin) October 1, [email protected] WTF Seb is that outfit?You going fancy dress or going to be one of the guys on La Ramblas taking pictures with the tourists?😂— neil flynn (@neilflynn61) October 1, 2016 Ads by Revcontent Trending Articles Urologists: Men, Forget the Blue Pill! This “Destroys” ED x ‘Genius Pill’ Used By Rich Americans Now Available In Netherlands! x One Cup of This (Before Bed) Burns Belly Fat Like Crazy! x Men, You Don’t Need the Blue Pill if You Do This x What She Did to Lose Weight Stuns Doctors: Do This Daily Before Bed! x Drink This Before Bed, Watch Your Body Fat Melt Like Crazy x Follow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebooklast_img read more

Brent Burns, Pete DeBoer respond to Drew Doughty’s comments

first_imgSAN JOSE — Neither Sharks coach Pete DeBoer or defenseman Brent Burns wished to extensively respond Tuesday to Drew Doughty’s comments a day earlier on why Burns should not win the Norris Trophy this season.“I just think guys should stick to commenting on their own games,” DeBoer said. “For me, that’s where everybody in this league’s focus should lie.”In an interview Monday in Calgary with The Athletic, Doughty, the Los Angeles Kings’ 2019 All-Star who won the Norris Trophy three years ago, a …last_img

A Strategy for Cost-Effective Efficiency in Tucson

first_imgLike a lot of building-industry professionals who run their businesses solo, Tucson-based Michael Ginsburg has become a utility player in his market. La Mirada Homes, which he launched in 1976, offers design, construction, remodeling, and general contracting services. And now, Ginsburg is bringing his experience to bear on the design and construction of a near-net-zero-energy, modest-size house that, he says, could be offered for a comparably modest price.Ginsburg calls it the S.E.E.D. Home (for its “super energy efficient design”) and will celebrate its inception with a ceremonial groundbreaking on Friday. The 1,935-sq.-ft. four-bedroom home’s performance is pegged tightly to the energy efficiency of the structural-insulated panels that will comprise its exterior walls and roof, Ginsburg told GBA. He said he chose SIPs filled with polyurethane foam over alternatives that feature polystyrene because the former offers better thermal resistance for a negligible difference in price.The wall panels are rated R-24, which, with R-5 foam board under the exterior stucco and 2 inches of interior-side dead space for electrical wiring, would bring the composite R-value of the exterior wall to 34. The roof panels, supported by structural gluelam beams (no 2x wood), will provide R-41 insulation.A slow-curing floorThe walls and roof will go up before the slab foundation is poured to shade and prevent cracking in the concrete, which will later be colored and polished. The slab will be insulated to R-8 underneath and at the edges, Ginsburg said.The house is not, however, designed to take advantage of direct solar gain, a prospect the builder “completely rejected as a passive heating strategy because of the inherent overheating and management problems” it would have presented in a single-story house of this size and layout. Rather, the building will be equipped with a SEER 16 dual-stage heat pump, hydronic radiant floor heating, radiant floor cooling, and a whole-house fresh-air exchange.In an e-mail to GBA, Ginsburg also pointed out that “there are no interior (weight-)bearing walls to interrupt the thermal integrity of the floor of the shell. Therefore, the concrete floor is, in effect, a thermal mass element for the entire square footage of the home. With no direct solar gain, I can now use, control, and manage the floor for heating and cooling. In essence, I’ve created a ‘living cave.’ Achieving and maintaining a constant interior temperature will be easy and cost-effective.”The home’s renewable-energy equipment will include solar hot water collectors and a photovoltaic system capable of feeding electricity back into Tucson Electric Power’s grid.The project design has received HERS ratings of 18 and 20 from two independent, accredited HERS raters, Ginsburg said, although he noted that getting financing was a bit more difficult. After several rejections from other lenders, the builder explained, the president of Bank of Tucson “gave me a hearing regarding the concept and nature of the project first, before even considering our financials,” and then proceeded with an appraisal, financial review, and loan approval.We’ll post cost details, more specs, updates, and images as they become available.last_img read more