“Appropriate Actions, Forensic Audit of NOCAL”

first_imgThree major committees of the Senate have made several recommendations to plenary on the state of affairs at the National Oil Company of Liberia (NOCAL), among them, appropriate action against all employees, senior management and Board members who have betrayed the public trust.The recommendations were contained in a report dated August 17, and was submitted to plenary yesterday by the Committees on Lands, Mines, Energy, Natural Resources and Environment; Committee on Public Corporations, and the Committee on Ways, Means, Finance and Budget.In their 12-page report, the committees, among other things, recommended that appropriate action be taken against all employees, senior management and Board members who have betrayed the public trust; but however, recommended that all those who have been severed receive their just benefits in accordance with the Law of Liberia.The report comes in the wake of mounting concerns that the company is facing financial difficulties, and that some of the major oil companies were pulling out of petroleum acreages.At the same time, the committees are recommending that the General Auditing Commission (GAC) conduct a forensic auditing of NOCAL for unaudited periods.Considering that Liberia is still a frontier area in terms of oil exploration, the committees recommended the development of an aggressive program, both to retain companies in the program and to attract others in the face of competition from other countries some of whom have found or are producing oil.In view of this, the committees are suggesting that the current management structure of NOCAL be reviewed, eliminating the many vice presidents and other senior management position. They further recommend that the total employment level of NOCAL be reduced significantly to the bare bone minimum, and that priority for retained employees should be given to technical fields such as geology and engineering, since they are the most needed at this stage of the oil program.The committees outlined several cardinal factors they believe are responsible for NOCAL’s current predicament, among them a huge payroll to accommodate an-over-bloated staff and a plethora of vice presidents and other senior management positions, coupled with an unrealistic corporate social responsibility program.Other areas reported on in the committees’ document showed that NOCAL was carrying on “an overly ambitious local and foreign scholarship program without due attention to priorities as a frontier country; very expensive, very frequent and often very unnecessary foreign travels, donations in millions of US Dollars to government agencies for extra-budgetary expenditure, and general spending spree as if Liberia were an oil-producing country.”The report revealed that the companies which pulled out of their petroleum acreages generally completed their work programs without finding oil, and said the drop in the price of oil also served as a disincentive for the companies to remain in Liberia due to competing demands on their global operational and exploration budgets. “An aggressive and innovative strategy is required to keep the Liberian oil program active,” the committees concluded.In the debate that followed after the presentation, several Senators agreed that NOCAL be audited, especially from the stage when oil blocks were awarded to companies.However, a greater number of Senators refused to buy the recommendations that severance payments be made to individuals considered for such, and that the Ministry of Finance and Development Planning assists NOCAL financially when such demand is made.Others argued that some of those receiving severance benefits were the same ones who led the company to its downfall, and that it would make no sense paying for their administrative ineptitude.Several recommendations were then made and plenary voted to send the report back to the committees for a final report, and that the report be submitted to the leadership of the senate for onward submission to the Executive for action. Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

ECD man slapped with simple larceny charge

first_imgMichael White was on Wednesday taken before the Georgetown Magistrates’ Courts to answer to the charge of robbery under arms.The 48-year-old man, who hails from Lot 177 Triumph, East Coast Demerara, stood before Chief Magistrate Ann McLennan to answer to the charge which stated that on April 22, 2019, at Commerce Street, Georgetown, while being armed with a knife, he robbed Jairam Setaram of a cellular phone and cash valued at $11,000.It is alleged that on April 22, the Virtual Complainant was sitting at Commerce Street when the defendant approached him and asked for a cigarette. The man refused to give the cigarette to White, who became annoyed and cuffed the VC to his face. White allegedly took the man’s belongings and made good his escape. An investigation was carried out and the defendant was arrested by police ranks.Police Prosecutor Ceon Black objected to bail on the grounds that the defendant is a flight risk and pointed out the serious nature of the offence. Bail was refused. The case will continue on May 15, 2019.last_img read more

Homeland Security red flags 3220 Guyanese for overstaying in US

first_imgBy Jarryl BryanGuyana has been red flagged by another United States (US) report and this time it is the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), which revealed in its 2018 Entry/Exit Overstay Report that some 3,220 Guyanese overstayed in the US on non-immigrant visas, after arriving for business or on vacation.Homeland Security’s 2018 Entry/Exit Overstay ReportThis, according to the report, occurred over the period of October 2017 to September 2018, during which time 66,416 Guyanese were supposed to depart from the US. These figures represent a 4.85 per cent overstay rate and are an increase from the previous year, when 2,262 Guyanese also overstayed their time.Of the latest numbers, the report states that 3,065 of these Guyanese are suspected to have been hiding in the US during this period. It also states that 155 are out of country overstays, or persons who eventually left the country having already overstayed their time.In addition, the US has found that 45 of this amount were Guyanese students studying in the US and exchange visitors who overstayed the time they were given. There were 339 persons in this category who were supposed to depart the country during the one-year period, an overstay rate of 13.27 per cent.In the previous year, the amount of Guyanese students overstaying was 28. The report shows that 322 students were expected to leave but 11 departed after their time had expired and there was no evidence that 17 of them departed at all.Meanwhile, the report urges that identifying the offending aliens who overstay their time is important for national security, public safety, immigration enforcement and immigration benefits” purposes.“Over the years, DHS significantly improved data collection processes in the entry environment. These improvements include the collection of data on all admissions to the United States by foreign nationals, the reduction of the number of documents that may be used for entry to the United States, the collection of biometric data on most foreign travelers to the United States, and the comparison of that data against criminal and terrorist watch lists.”“Despite the different infrastructural, operational, and logistical challenges presented in the exit environment, DHS has been able to resolve many of the issues regarding the collection of departure information for foreign nationals.”Last year there was a significant decline in the number of visitors’ visas issued by the US Embassy in Guyana.According to a visa summary provided by the US Department of State’s Bureau of Consular Affairs, a total of 4923 visitors visa were approved by the US Embassy here during the 2018 Fiscal Year, which runs from October 2017 to September 2018.Aerial view of the JFK Airport, one of the US’ premier airportsThis is a whopping 20,000 plus decline compared to the 25,338 visas granted in 2017. It was also significantly less than the 51,202 visas in 2016; 30,121 in 2015; and 17,284 visas in 2014.The last time these figures were below 5000 was in 2010 when only 4242 non-immigrant visas were granted.Counter-measuresIt states that further efforts such as partnerships with other governments and members of the private sector such as airlines, airports and cruise lines are ongoing and will continue in order to improve data integrity.“During the past four years, DHS made significant progress in terms of the ability to accurately report data on overstays—progress that was made possible by congressional realignment of Department resources in order to better centralize the overall mission in identifying overstays,” it also states.“In FY 2018, new biometric exit tests and deployments in both the land and air environment enabled continued progress toward the fusion of biometric and biographic verification of travelers. While these tests account for only a relatively small percentage of all th e departure records for FY 2018, this is a significant increase from FY 2017 and a critical step forward towards implementing a comprehensive biometric entry and exit system.”Going forward, the report details that the DHS will continue to develop, test, and expand the entry and exit system during 2019. These improvements will pertain to both biometric and biographic traveler data.“This testing will improve CBP’s ability to capture and report this data accurately. DHS will continue to annually release this overstay data to the public and examine trends over time and looks forward to providing updates to congressional members and their staff on its ongoing progress,” the report states.This report comes not long after the US President Donald Trump ordered his government to crack down on persons legally entering the US but overstaying their time. He signed a memorandum last month, in which he ordered the US State department and the DHS to submit their plans for cracking down on such illegal immigrants.This memo, issued on April 22, had suggested, among other things, measures such as “suspending or limiting entry of nationals of those countries who hold B-1 or B-2 visas; targeted suspension of visa issuance for certain nationals; limits to duration of admission, to be implemented by the Department of Homeland Security; and additional documentary requirements.”last_img read more

Santa Clarita choir’s voices used in hit show on Fox

first_imgVanacore, as mentioned earlier, is a top-rated television composer and the man behind the music for such successful shows as “Survivor,” “The Apprentice,” “Joe Millionaire,” “Nanny 911,” “Big Brother,” “The Contender” and “American Chopper.” In fact, Vanacore has been dubbed by television music insiders as “The King of Reality” and he humbly accepts his role in creating this new genre of music. Neumann has traveled the world singing for big bands, presidents (inaugurals for Presidents Reagan and Nixon), the Governor’s Ball at the Emmy Awards, at Disneyland and for movies and television shows. She recorded and released a CD of her own titled, “This is My Lucky Day.” Indeed, that is what Neumann was thinking when she got word Vanacore’s recording of the Blessed Kateri Children’s Choir was the one chosen for the new show. The “Are you Smarter Than a 5th Grader?” song can be heard throughout the broadcast, (look for the credits at the end of the show) and has even received some air time on the radio. Eleven-year-old choir singer Sidney Haefs, a fifth-grader at Mountainview Elementary, was thrilled with the experience and says she wants to pursue singing as a career. “I think we all did a good job, and we thank David and Madeline for the opportunity,” Sidney said. It must be noted here, that while only nine of Neumann’s choir students perform the theme song, the choir, in its entirety performs at many outside events, such as the Westfield Mall, Lombardi Ranch, and the Saugus High School Christmas Boutique. In addition to Haefs, other choir members who recorded the song include, Reilly Anspaugh, Hahna Brubaker, Giulia Faretta, Carley and Krista Fredrickson, Korinna Gee, Angie Meza and Emily Vanacore. The choir’s achievement is particularly meaningful, because it coincides with the commencement of construction on a new 1,000-seat church. Up to now, Mass has been held in a 10-year-old multipurpose room, and the choir has had to rehearse and perform in less than optimum conditions. When the producers of Fox Television’s breakout hit “Are You Smarter Than a 5th Grader?” went about casting voices for the show’s theme song, did they choose a) members of the Vienna Boys Choir b) children from the Blessed Kateri Tekawitha Children’s Choir in Santa Clarita or c) Hollywood cartoon voice-over actors who specialize in children’s voices. If you selected b, you may be smarter than a fifth-grader! Here’s what happened. Blessed Kateri’s choir accompanist, David Vanacore, a musician whose repertoire includes a number of television shows, came up with a catchy tune he felt would capture the fun and spirit of a fifth-grader. Step two. He asked longtime cohort and parish choir director, Madeline Vergari Neumann, to help him record the composition. To that end, Neumann gathered up three sixth-graders, five fifth-graders and one fourth-grader for the task. The nine students gathered and sang like songbirds at Vanacore’s recording studio, and three hours later, Vanacore was ready to submit his demo. But he still had to wait a couple of weeks to see if his rendition was chosen, because other composers had submitted music and lyrics as well. Says Neumann, “I told the kids no matter what happens, this is a great experience for them to be in a recording studio and this is something you will always remember. We never thought they would pick us, but they did!” Both Vanacore and Neumann are accomplished musical professionals who give generously of their talents by providing the liturgical accompaniment for the Sunday 9 a.m. Mass. Nevertheless, “It has been so rewarding for me to work with all the children that have come through the choirs in the past eight years,” Neumann said. Adding, “I remember when I was their age, a choir director had such an influence on me that I knew that music and singing was going to be my profession for life. After recording two CDs with our choirs, `Christmas Time Is Here’ and `Walking By Faith,’ and personal appearances with the kids and now this TV show, it has been a wonderful experience that these kids will never forget, whether they decide to make music their life or not. I have had so many talented kids in my choir over the years, that it will be interesting to see what each of them do in their lives.” She also praised Vanacore. “Working with David has been such a pleasure that I feel lucky that he ended up at Blessed Kateri Church. There is such a musical connection that I feel blessed. I also appreciate all the freedom I have been given by the church to create a music program that can grow for you years to come. God has been looking down on us!” Vanacore shares Neumann’s sentiments. “Having this show be such a big success for me is sharing it with the kids in the choir and with Madeline. The theme has been submitted for an Emmy, so keep your fingers crossed…and say your prayers.” And come what may, these talented choir members will never forget the following verse: Are you smarter than a fifth-grader? `Cuz there’s gonna be a test later. Teacher, teacher, now we’re back in school. Are you smarter than you used to be? Are you smarter than a fifth grader? Grab a pencil and a piece of paper. Teacher, teacher, now we’re back in school. Are you smart enough for the fifth grade? Madeline Vergari Neumann is the choir director at Blessed Kateri Takewitha Catholic Church in Valencia. She posted this story May 1 on the Santa Clarita hub on valleynews.com. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!last_img


first_imgResponding to the publication of Fianna Fáil’s alternative budget today Sinn Féin Finance spokesperson Pearse Doherty has said it is not acceptable in 2013 that a party of opposition would produce an uncosted budget.Deputy Doherty said €400 million of Fianna Fáil’s proposed tax measures are guess work while none of their savings measures are costed.Speaking this afternoon he said: “Fianna Fáil’s budget alternative yet again goes after the low and middle income earners. Proposals such as sugar and salt taxes disproportionately target low and middle income families, while at the same time they’ve targeted up to 750,000 workers to pay more tax as a result of its proposal to standardise the tax relief available to employees under schedule E. “That’s plumbers, barmen and women, cleaners, nurses, guards, teachers, and countless others all penalised by Fianna Fáil.“Small and medium enterprise would be hit hard with Fianna Fáil’s proposal to cut €165 million in government spending on procurement out of the economy next year.“Fianna Fáil’s budget alternative is uncosted. It’s not acceptable in 2013 that any party would produce a budget with so many uncosted measures. It disregards advice from the department that certain measures cannot be implemented.“Surely the public deserve better than back of the envelope calculations. We all know where that gets us. Some €400 million of tax measures are guess work and estimates from Fianna Fáil while none of their savings measures are costed. “This budget document is unacceptable for a serious party of opposition and shows that Fianna Fáil still cannot be trusted on the economy.” FIANNA FÁIL BUDGET PROPOSAL ‘DONE ON BACK OF ENVELOPE’ – DOHERTY was last modified: October 10th, 2013 by John2Share this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:FIANNA FÁIL BUDGET PROPOSAL ‘DONE ON BACK OF ENVELOPE’ – DOHERTYlast_img read more

Investigation of party continues

first_img When a group of Minnesota Vikings players chose to party amid bartenders and hostesses accustomed to working family functions and company outings, the result was a major uproar. Any criminal charges that come out of complaints about lewd behavior on the boats are likely to be minor, a law-enforcement official directly involved in the investigation said Thursday. AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREWalnut’s Malik Khouzam voted Southern California Boys Athlete of the Week But as details about the Oct. 6 party emerge, the Vikings reel in a stream of negative national publicity. Team owner Zygi Wilf is expected to talk about the Vikings’ latest headache for the first time this morning. The blowup stems at least in part from the choice to hire the boats and crews from Al & Alma’s, two law-enforcement officials said, speaking on condition of anonymity because of the sensitivity of the case. “Basically, it’s a crime of stupidity,” one of the officials said. “We got naive young kids catering, watching 350-pound athletes’ engaged in lewd conduct, said one of the officials. “There are probably only two or three other cities in the country where this incident would have happened and not made news or generated a complaint. I’m thinking Los Angeles, New York and possibly Chicago. That stuff doesn’t go down well here.” Steelers update Ben Roethlisberger isn’t the Pittsburgh Steelers’ only injury worry with Sunday’s game against Jacksonville approaching. Wide receiver Hines Ward missed practice for a second consecutive day Thursday with a nagging hamstring injury. If Roethlisberger and Ward can’t practice today and neither player has been on the field since Monday night’s 24-22 victory in San Diego it seems unlikely they will play. Most weeks, the Steelers require a player to practice at least once before a game to play, though coach Bill Cowher said he does not have a blanket policy. “It’s case by case,” Cowher said Thursday. “Obviously, if you have somebody who hasn’t practiced all week, you have to take that into account. We are just going to look at all the circumstances and go from there.” Parker hurting Chargers wide receiver Eric Parker was added to the injury report on Thursday with a sore back. However, Parker is listed as probable for Sunday’s game at Oakland. Outside linebacker Steve Foley continues to be listed as questionable with an abdominal injury, but coach Marty Schottenheimer said he did almost everything at practice on Thursday. ACLU sues on fan’s behalf The American Civil Liberties Union in Florida filed a lawsuit Thursday in Tampa on behalf of a Buccaneers season-ticket holder seeking to halt pat-downs at games at Raymond James Stadium, claiming they are a violation of Florida’s Constitution. The pat-downs are part of a league directive issued this season that all fans are patted down above the waist before entering stadiums. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!center_img Strippers flew in for the party. Football players pulled up in limos. As a pair of chartered boats eased onto Lake Minnetonka, booze started flowing and, according to crew members, a sex party began. Investigators now believe that the strippers from Atlanta, Florida and elsewhere who joined the party apparently work for a high-class escort or call girl service that caters to professional athletes, two law-enforcement officials said. The party was a far cry from the typical gathering handled by Al & Alma’s Supper Club and Charter Cruises, a mom-and-pop outfit in Mound, Minn., that one cop involved in the case called a “Perkins on the lake.” last_img read more

Datebook 10/24

first_img 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! TODAY: Health and Muslim women’s rights advocate Dr. Laila Al-Marayati will give a talk on Muslim women’s struggle for identity and civil rights at 7 p.m. in the Grand Salon of the University Student Union at California State University, Northridge, on the east side of campus, 18111 Nordhoff St. Flu vaccines will be available at Community Outreach Clinics beginning today. For locations, call the Los Angeles County Department of Health Services at (213) 240-8144 or visit www.lapublichealth.org The Air Force One Pavilion at the Ronald Reagan Library will be open to the public from 10 a.m.-5 p.m. at 40 Presidential Drive in Simi Valley. Mail Datebook entries – including time, date, location and a phone number – to Daily News City Desk, PO Box 4200, Woodland Hills, CA 91365; fax (818) 713-0058; e-mail dnmetro@dailynews.com. AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREWalnut’s Malik Khouzam voted Southern California Boys Athlete of the Weeklast_img read more

Herman Wasswa, Richard Kasagga released by URA FC

first_imgHerman Wasswa is one of the players released by URA FCURA FC has released a list of eight players that have been let go of ahead of the 2018/19 Uganda Premier League season.With the season just over a month away, the Tax Collectors who have been busy recruiting new players have cleared room by letting go of several players, five of whom joined in the January transfer window.The list includes Richard Kasagga, Nicholas Kagaba, Godfrey Sembatya, Herman Wasswa, Kalama Deboss, Charles Odeke and goalkeepers Mathias Muwanga and Shadrack Sebulime.Wasswa, Sembatya, Deboss, Odeke and youthful goalkeeper Sebulime joined URA six months ago but new head coach Sam Ssimbwa has deemed them surplus to requirements.URA fc has been the busiest team in the ongoing transfer window so far having completed signing close to 10 new players.With right back Fred Okot leaving for greener pastures at the current league champions Vipers SC, that takes the tally to nine.The 4 times league champions are under a rebuilding process under new coach Sam Ssimbwa following a dreadful performance last season that saw them finish distant 9th on the UPL table.Ssimbwa has already acquired Ronald Musana (Proline), Robert Omunuk, Abdallah Nyanzi (Soana FC), Benjamin Nyakojo (Vipers), Yeseri Waibi (Mbarara City), Allan Mugalu (Kyetume FC) and youngster Joachim Mujera.Commentslast_img read more

Lifeboat launched off Fanad Head

first_imgRescue volunteers with the Lough Swilly RNLI have been dispatched on a call off Fanad Head this Saturday afternoon.The alert was raised after 2pm after a fishing vessel broke down at sea.The RNLI lifeboat was launched at 2.20pm to assist the crew of the vessel, which is located 20 nautical miles north west off Fanad Head. More updates to follow. Lifeboat launched off Fanad Head was last modified: December 14th, 2019 by Rachel McLaughlinShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)last_img read more

Amazing Animals

first_imgThree recent articles about amazing animals and fossils deserve entries of their own, but due to lack of time, will be corralled here lest, like strays, they wander off.Turtle navigation:  Wired Science has a beautiful photo of a marine turtle in an article about how they achieve a difficult navigational skill: determining longitude from the earth’s magnetic field.  By varying magnetic fields in research ponds with hatchlings, researchers at the University of North Carolina determined that, “Against reasonable expectation, the turtles clearly sensed differences in geomagnetic angle.”  See also New Scientist and Science Daily.     Human efforts to determine longitude required accurate clocks.  The researchers didn’t explain precisely how the turtles do it, other than to rule out biological clocks.  They were clearly astonished by animal navigation in general: “That turtles and other migratory animals could detect such a small change was considered unrealistic, but experiments on animals released in out-of-the-way locations repeatedly described them finding home with unerring accuracy and efficiency, explicable only as a product of both longitudinal and latitudinal awareness.”Cat bite:  The BBC News reported on new findings about how sabretooth cats like Smilodon were able to close their mouths with those long, dagger-like teeth.  Studies of the bones and neck muscle insertion points by a team at Aalborg University in Denmark “revealed how the cats’ jaw muscles were aligned to pull its jaws closed, very directly and efficiently.”  The article ascribed all this efficiency to evolution.Charismatic behemoth:  A new sauropod species described on Science Daily had legs like bars of iron, by Job.  “Brontomerus mcintoshi, or ‘thunder-thighs’ after its enormously powerful thigh muscles,” found in Utah, may have kicked its attackers to kingdom come.  “‘Brontomerus mcintoshi is a charismatic dinosaur and an exciting discovery for us,’ said first author Mike Taylor, a researcher in the Department of Earth Sciences at University College London.”    Less emphasized in the article was the worry that this discovery undermines previously-held beliefs about sauropods – i.e., that they were disappearing by the Cretaceous.  “It now seems that sauropods may have been every bit as diverse as they were during the Jurassic, but much less abundant and so much less likely to be found.”Evolution was largely ignored in these stories.  None of the popular articles on turtle navigation mentioned it, but the source paper in Current Biology1 only mentioned it in passing – “These results are consistent with the interpretation that birds, like turtles, have evolved a way to assess longitude that is independent of time-keeping.”    Similarly, most of the dinosaur articles did not mention evolution.  A researcher quoted in Live Science speculated, “We think the most likely reason this evolved was over competition for mates,” but once it evolved, “it would be bizarre if it wasn’t also used in predator defense.”  This makes it clear that the bones did not give a definitive answer to how thunder-thighs grew a thighs size to kick enemies asunder.    The BBC article on sabretooth cats mentioned evolution the most.  There, however, evolution was merely assumed: e.g., “the cats’ jaw muscles evolved into a specialised pattern, which allowed them to open their mouths so wide.”  The article talked about “how Smilodon evolved” and how the researchers drew an “evolutionary map” to show how “sabretooths evolved longer canine teeth” under “evolutionary pressure to kill prey with a deep and efficient stab to the throat.”2  Even if there was variation among cats and their fangs, the fangs already existed in cats, and the cats and all their musculature already existed in the cat family.  Even young-earth creationists would not disagree that variation in existing genetic information could lead to adaptations in particular environments.1.  Putnam et al, “Longitude Perception and Bicoordinate Magnetic Maps in Sea Turtles,” Current Biology, 24 February 2011, doi:10.1016/j.cub.2011.01.057.2.  Note: “evolutionary pressure” is a misnomer.  Natural selection may constrain variation by preventing survival of mutants, but provides no pressure, impetus, guidance, force or direction (see 01/24/2008).Evolution was tacked-on to some of these stories like hot sauce on ice cream.  It had nothing to do with the facts of the story and created a bad aftertaste to otherwise interesting stories about amazing creatures.  Scrape off the hot sauce best you can.  (Don’t stir it.)(Visited 38 times, 1 visits today)FacebookTwitterPinterestSave分享0last_img read more