In pound for pound terms, this is all it takes to shift things, since De La Hoya and Jones were barely separable anyway. In fact, I felt a little guilty with De La Hoya at the top since the Whitaker fight. I thought he beat Sweet Pea by a point. Because, number one, he had that work ethic, a blue collar American work ethic that says, this is what you do. You don’t sit at home on your ass, you do your job. And his job was to get onstage and give joy to people.

How he spends it: He remarked that when he first made the Forbes list in 2015, it “ed up” some friendships as people were envious about the amount he was earning. He’s not vain though. Last year, at a charity auction, he bought a statue of himself as a pig, dubbed “Ed Sheer ham”, for $11,000..

Columbia was one of 12 universities designated by the War Department to create a naval section of the Student Army Training Corps. More than 300 students went through the program and were deployed as naval officers. The Navy also set up a gas engine school on the Morningside campus to give the service’s engine room personnel a crash course on a new class of vessels.

“He was the first to admit he didn’t do everything right, and that made everyone feel like it was OK to make mistakes. I went from being the junior to his junior to working with him, and ultimately, I replaced him. But John never changed. However, some of these are more oriented to act like an acne skin care product. Limiting the production of sebum/oil and preventing clogging of skin pores. Basically, these acne skin care products prevent the oil from getting trapped in pores and hence hamper the growth of bacteria that lead to acne.

Backscatter machines also can be found in the Los Angeles, Chicago and Boston airports and at New York’s JFK.The agency also uses more than 540 millimeter wave scanners, considered a safer option because they don’t rely on radiation. Those machines are in use at Miami and Palm Beach international airports.That prompted a renewed wave of concern in the United States.”Why would you buy a machine that emits radiation if you could buy one that didn’t?” said Broward County Mayor John Rodstrom, a frequent flier who makes it a point to avoid the scanners.At Rodstrom’s urging, the Broward County Commission asked the TSA to consider removing backscatter scanners from the Fort Lauderdale airport unless the agency can prove the machines are safe.TSA: Scanners safeFrom the moment the machines were introduced in Fort Lauderdale, in May 2010, the TSA asserted they are safe for all passengers, emitting less radiation than the amount travelers receive during two minutes of flying in an airliner.”The safety and security of the traveling public is TSA’s number one priority, and TSA would not use technology that could jeopardize the health of passengers or our employees,” agency spokeswoman Sari Koshetz said.However, comparing the scanners’ radiation to that received during an airline flight is “misleading,” according to a group of scientists from the University of California, San Francisco.They said the cosmic radiation that infiltrates airliners is absorbed by the whole body and is thus less dangerous than the low level radiation of the scanners, which permeates only the skin and underlying tissues. In addition to Dauer’s concerns, they said blood and male testicles could be endangered.In a letter to the Obama administration, John Sedat, a professor emeritus in biochemistry and head of the University of California group, said scanner radiation poses a particular risk to those over age 65 and intensifies the danger to people who already have cancer or HIV.