Michigan State fans are letting it be known that they do not like Jim Harbaugh.Michigan is handing it to Michigan State on Saturday afternoon, as the Wolverines have rebounded nicely after a rough start to take a 27-10 lead into the halftime break. As you’d imagine, the Spartans faithful in attendance aren’t happy with the situation. They’re taking it out on the Wolverines’ head coach.Near the end of the first half, Michigan State’s fans could be heard on ESPN chanting “F*** Jim Harbaugh” during a timeout. It made for quite a moment.Pretty easy to hear the “Fuck Jim Harbaugh” chant on TV. Nice.— Jeff Weintraub (@TheDailyTraub) October 29, 2016Michigan State’s crowd just chanted “fuck Jim Harbaugh.” I love it. Go Green baby.— Hunter Lane (@_StunterLane) October 29, 2016Harbaugh hasn’t even beaten the Spartans as Michigan’s head coach, but it doesn’t look like fans seem to care. Either way, that’s likely going to change after 30 more minutes of football.
zoom Diana Shipping Inc. has taken delivery of the newly built m/v “Crystalia”, an Ice Class Panamax dry bulk vessel of 77,525 dwt that was contracted in March 2012.As previously announced, the m/v “Crystalia” is time chartered to Glencore Grain B.V., Rotterdam, at a gross charter rate of US$15,800 per day, minus a 5% commission paid to third parties, for a period of minimum eighteen (18) months to maximum twenty-one (21) months. The charter is expected to commence tomorrow.This employment is anticipated to generate approximately US$8.5 million of gross revenue for the minimum scheduled period of the charter.Including the newly delivered m/v “Crystalia”, Diana Shipping Inc.’s fleet currently consists of 37 dry bulk vessels (2 Newcastlemax, 10 Capesize, 3 Post-Panamax, 3 Kamsarmax and 19 Panamax). The Company also expects to take delivery of 1 new-building Ice Class Panamax dry bulk vessel during the first quarter of 2014, 2 new-building Newcastlemax dry bulk vessels and one Kamsarmax dry bulk vessel during the second quarter of 2016. As of today, the combined carrying capacity of our fleet, excluding the four vessels not yet delivered, is approximately 4.13 million dwt with a weighted average age of 6.6 years.Diana Shipping, February 21, 2014