Design Elements Every League Should Have

first_img Link to post Design Elements Every League Should Have Forums Home 3 minutes ago, PaperThin said: 3,076 SilverBullet1929 339 Share on other sites Hockey: chest stripe 31,030 posts Posted April 5, 2016 Colts style stripes 0 1 Doesn’t every league already have these things? Thus, this thread feels like it’s implying every team should have them, even though I understand that’s not what he wrote? I may be wrong but I think that’s the confusion here. 2,271 Share this post 376 376 Yeah they mean uniform cliches in each league, not that each team should look like this This thread is for you to post design elements every league of a sport should have. Share this post 5,840 posts 5,026 Sports Logos $1 Cans of PBR Basketball: No Sleeves* Sponsors across all NBA uniforms. Members 327 Followers 0 2,271 Members 5,026 Is there ketchup on that? Location:North of Ogdenville Vertical stripes for every soccer team? So many teams would be up in flames real quick.  2,271 Cujo Members Link to post Pinstripes for every MLB Team? Boston would be up in flames real quick. 1,062 posts Posted April 5, 2016 Link to post 1 You Get Nothing! You Lose! Good Day Sir! SilverBullet1929 Members 339 Members Posted April 5, 2016 Share this post SportsLogos.Net sᴘᴏʀᴛsʙᴀʟʟ ᴄᴏᴍᴍᴇɴᴛᴇʀ Location:Miami, Florida Link to post Pinstripes for every MLB Team? Boston would be up in flames real quick. Link to post Posted April 5, 2016 Share this post 339 By JosiahWVU, April 5, 2016 in Sports Logo News lopernv He said every league, not every team. 2 327 Share this post Favourite Logos:WVU, Pirates, Steelers, Minnesota Wild, West Virginia Blackbears Soccer: vertical stripes 4,212 The Mountaineer, Pirate wait guys i messed up 1 hour ago, Uglybus said: Vertical stripes for every soccer team? So many teams would be up in flames real quick.  PaperThin So… what you got? Pinstripes for every MLB Team? Boston would be up in flames real quick. 0 1,133 posts 376 Forums Home Members Spoiler Sports Logo News Share on other sites Design Elements Every League Should Havecenter_img Location:Almost Heaven-WV, Rocketria, and Western Pa Posted April 5, 2016 Followers 0 909 posts Posted April 5, 2016 Location:San Antonio, Texas Members 12,366 posts Design Elements Every League Should Have Sign in to follow this   Location:St. Petersburg, FL This topic is now closed to further replies. MJWalker45 1 hour ago, PaperThin said: 919 DustDevil61 199 Examples: Football: Sports Logos raysox If a league has one kit supplier there shoulde be a rule that no more than 3 teams have a similar uniform design and they must have different colors. This is more for AFL, MLS and HBCU’s. 0 Location:Denver, Colo. Posted April 5, 2016 Share on other sites Recommended Posts 3,076 DustDevil61 327 Baseball: Pinstripes Members Members Location:Brooklyn 4,212 Share on other sites Favourite Logos:Miami Marlins and too many others to name… Sports Logo News Share this post 4,212 Share on other sites 5,026 Location:The future former home of Paul George SportsLogos.Net Link to post Grand Pooba of Walksylvania Link to post Share this post Share on other sites 2 Posted April 5, 2016 *Sleeves only on jerseys throwing back to a jersey that pre-dates modern basketball uniform conventions, ala the Celtics’ 1946 uniforms. But that’s about it. JosiahWVU I’m tired of the speculation every year. Just get it over with. raysox Link to post All Activity Uglybus 2,238 posts 199 919 199 Go To Topic Listing 1 JosiahWVU Link to post Favourite Logos:Cardinals’ StLUtah Jazz noteHartford Whalers Posted April 6, 2016 Share this post Hockey: Hem Stripes, Shoulder Yokes Share on other sites MJWalker45 2 Share this post 5,786 posts 919 Share on other sites Share on other sites 22,252 posts 3,076 Cujo Uglybus PaperThin lopernv All Activity Sign in to follow this  last_img read more

Trump admin. began accepting permits to import lion trophies last month

first_img Related MaggyMeyer/iStock/Thinkstock(NEW YORK) — U.S. wildlife officials began issuing permits for lion trophies hunted in Zambia and Zimbabwe about a month ago, ABC News confirmed Thursday.U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service officials said the decision was made after concluding that regulated hunting would help the survival of the endangered species in the wild.The African lion population has decreased 42 percent in the past 20 years, according to the African Wildlife Foundation. The officials did not provide any additional details about what new information led to the decision to issue permits to import lion trophies from those countries. The Fish and Wildfire Service said it takes at least 45 days to get a permit approved so it’s unclear if any have been granted since they began accepting applications.In 2016, the Fish and Wildlife Service placed African lions on the endangered species list for the first time due to the “dramatic decline of lion populations in the wild.” The designation says that imports of African lions will “generally be prohibited” but still allows the government to issue permits to import the species “such as when it can be found that the import will enhance the survival of the species.” There are an estimated 17,000 – 19,000 African lions remaining in the wild.In addition to Zambia and Zimbabwe, the government allows permits for wild lions and lions from managed areas in South Africa and is reviewing policies about importing lion trophies from Mozambique, Namibia, and Tanzania.A U.S. Fish and Wildlife spokesperson said they found that “legal, well-regulated sport hunting” can benefit conservation by providing incentives to local communities and generating revenue that can be directed to conservation programs, saying that the programs in Zambia and Zimbabwe will enhance the survival of the species in the wild. They began issuing permits to import lion trophies on Oct. 20.The administration also announced this week that it would allow permits to import trophies from elephants killed in Zimbabwe and Zambia.Conservation and animal advocates dispute that the money brought in by hunting tourists and fees really helps conservation, saying that more money is brought in by people who want to see animals alive in the wild.“African elephants and African lions drive billions of dollars of economic activity in Africa. But they drive that activity only when they are alive,” Wayne Pacelle, president of the Humane Society of the United States wrote in a blog post tonight. “Killing them deducts from their populations, diminishes wildlife-watching experiences for others, and robs the countries of Africa of its greatest resources.”In addition to Zambia and Zimbabwe the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service allows permits to import trophies from hunted wild lions and lions from managed areas in South Africa and is reviewing policies about importing lion trophies from Mozambique, Namibia, and Tanzania.Copyright © 2017, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.Powered by WPeMaticolast_img read more