By Bill Brioux – The Canadian Press Korey Sam, 31, and Ivana Krunic, 30, friends and co-workers from Toronto, both work as personal trainers. While they’ve dated friends they’ve never dated each other. “Which is good,” says Ivana, who was born in Bosnia and lived in Germany as a child. “If Korey looks at another girl, I’m not going to be, ‘Later.’ I’ll be, ‘She’s cute.’ It’s platonic but it’s great. There’s no tension.” LEAVE A REPLY Cancel replyLog in to leave a comment Advertisement Kenneth McAlpine, 25, and Ryan LaChapelle, 25, best friends from Collingwood, Ont., who call themselves Team Give’r. “That’s us,” says Kenneth. “We give’r all we got, full commitment, 100 per cent.” These two well-travelled surfer dudes will be easy to spot in their Hawaiian shirts. Think of them as mellower, sober Trailer Park Boys. CLICK THE PICS FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION ABOUT EACH TEAM Good thing one of the teams competing this summer are undertakers. Megan Burden, 23, and Courtney Roberts, 21, small town cousins with no filter from St. Lunaire-Griquet and Corner Brook, Nfld. It’s win the “Amazing Race” or bust for Megan, who, when asked what she’d do with the grand prize money, answers without hesitation: “I’m probably going to buy fake boobs. It’s something I’ve wanted since I was 10.” “Yes, we are running in our suits,” says Deb, 54, who insists she has a fun job. “People come in grieving and for some reason I get them laughing.” Among the other teams: Dan Kipnis, 23, and Riya Malik, 23, friends and YouTube stars from Richmond Hill, Ont. The two have been best friends since Dan offered to ride a ski lift with new girl Riya on a Grade 4 class trip. Their “Dan & Riya” YouTube channel deals with pop culture and millennial life, with one video recently passing the 14 million views mark. “We try to make the race harder every year,” says executive producer John Brunton, who feels the new cast truly represents all of Canada. “They’re going to remind viewers of themselves, or of their sons or daughters, older sisters or whoever. Relatability is the key.” Among them are Deb and Aaron Baker, a mother and son team from the B.C. border town of Grand Forks. The two funeral directors refer to each other as “last responders.” They should be easy to spot during the competition: both plan to wear their dark blue funeral attire throughout the entire race. Advertisement Facebook Karen Richards, 31, and Bert Richards, 36, a married couple from Edmonton, Alta., tried to get on “Family Feud” — they used the game show theme as their wedding song! — until they found out Canadians weren’t eligible. “The Amazing Race Canada” is probably a better fit anyway, with Bert in the delivery business. He’ll drive and Karen will give forewarning “three streets before.” Login/Register With: Zed Dhalla, 27, and Shabbir Dhalla, 57, a father and son team from Vancouver. Zed’s the big “Race” fan, but Shabbir wanted to compete “because I’ve only got a few more years left on these legs.” Dad is also a stage 3 cancer survivor. “It was very much a blessing in disguise,” says Shabbir. “I look at life completely differently now.” Canada’s most-watched homegrown summer series returns for a fifth season on July 4 on CTV. The network has just announced the 10 teams from all across Canada who will be competing for the grand prize, which includes $250,000, two compact SUVs, and a trip around the world for two. Deb is the second oldest contestant this summer, as teams get younger and stronger. Advertisement Sam Lambert, 25, and Paul Mitskopoulos, 24, a dating couple from Toronto. “We’ve both always been huge fans of the show, starting with the American version, watching every week with our families,” says Paul, who met Sam on a dating app almost two years ago. “It’s been love ever since.” Andrea Croxen, 29, and Ebonie Roberge, 29, friends and business partners from Montreal, are ex-models who met when they were 16 at a bridal fashion show. “This is really a year of taking risks for us,” says Ebonie. The pair just launched their own business running fitness retreats in Costa Rica last year. Adam Cavaleri, 29, and Andrea Cavaleri, 28, a brother and sister team from Montreal. “I applied three years ago with my best friend,” says graphic designer Andrea. They didn’t get picked and the friend wasn’t available this year so her bartender brother stepped up. There’s always a chance a new season of “The Amazing Race Canada” could end in a dead heat. Twitter
TOKYO – YouTube said Thursday it has punished well-known blogger Logan Paul over a video that appeared to show a body hanging in a Japanese forest that is said to be a suicide spot.The company said in a statement that it has removed Paul’s channels from Google Preferred and will not feature him in the new season of the web series “Foursome.” It said his new video blogs are also on hold.Paul earlier announced he was stepping away from posting videos “to reflect” following an outcry when he uploaded images of the apparent body and his reaction to finding it in the forest.YouTube prohibits violent or gory content posted in a shocking, sensational or disrespectful manner, the company says. It issued a “strike” against Paul’s channel for violating its community guidelines after the posting.The video was viewed some 6 million times before being removed from Paul’s YouTube channel, a verified account with more than 15 million subscribers.A storm of criticism followed despite two apologies, with commenters saying Paul seemed disrespectful and that his initial apology was inadequate.Google Preferred’s advertising program aggregates top YouTube content for advertisers to buy time on them.
RENO, Nev. – The head of one of the nation’s largest fish conservation groups says Fiat Chrysler’s Super Bowl ads “glorified” the destruction of aquatic habitat in an apparent attempt to appeal to off-road thrill-seekers.It’s the second time ads by the automaker have drawn complaints since the Feb. 4 game.Trout Unlimited President and CEO Chris Wood said Wednesday that one ad gave the impression a Jeep Cherokee was splashing down the middle of a wild streambed.Fiat Chrysler is defending the ads but says there are no plans to run them again. It says the spot with the Cherokee was shot on a flooded county road and another with a Jeep Wrangler was filmed in a man-made lake with a man-made waterfall on private land.Wood said many of his group’s 300,000 members and supporters own Jeeps, but the images were upsetting.“Fish are tough and resilient critters, but they don’t do well with several-thousand-pound vehicles driving over their spawning grounds, tearing up the gravel where they lay eggs,” he said. “Why someone would want to put out the idea that you should buy a Jeep so you could drive it up a creek is incomprehensible to me.”The Reno Gazette-Journal first reported the ad flap last week. Pam Harrington, Trout Unlimited’s Nevada field co-ordinator, told the newspaper she was upset because she’s worked with ATV clubs in Idaho repairing damage caused by irresponsible drivers.Stream habitat improvements are part of the decadeslong efforts to protect endangered salmon in the Pacific Northwest, where research shows riverbank disturbances and sedimentation chokes off fish eggs.Wood said he didn’t learn until this week that much of his membership was upset over the Jeep ads. He said he had already written a personal letter of complaint Feb. 6 to Fiat Chrysler CEO and Chairman Sergio Marchionne after Wood’s son noticed the ad during the game.The automaker also came under fire last week for another Super Bowl ad featuring a Ram pickup set against audio of “The Drum Major Instinct” sermon delivered by Martin Luther King Jr. 50 years ago.The 60-second spot included images of the truck with people helping others and hugging loved ones. Critics said it omitted King’s words in the same speech guarding against advertisers exploiting consumers, including when the civil rights icon said, “In order to make your neighbours envious you must drive this type of car. … And you know, before you know it, you’re just buying that stuff. That’s the way advertisers do it.”A company spokeswoman said that ad “was selling the message of serving in your community.”Wood, who worked as chief spokesman for the U.S. Forest Service under the Clinton administration before joining Trout Unlimited in 2001, said Fiat Chrysler apparently “got some bad marketing advice” on the Jeep campaign.He said there are plans to connect with a Jeep branch representative for a “broader conversation.”“Hopefully something good will come of this, and we can begin a dialogue with Jeep to promote smart use of off-road vehicles as well as conservation of natural resources,” Wood said.
Rabat – Germany understands Morocco’s position on the European Court’s ruling related to the Morocco-EU agriculture agreement, said here on Friday German Minister of Economic Cooperation and Development, Gerd Muller.During talks with Government Chief Abdelilah Benkirane, the German Minister expressed his country’s willingness to support the Kingdom and overcome this situation, Government Chief’s Department said in a statement.Muller lauded the humanist approach developed by the Kingdom on migration and expressed Germany’s satisfaction over Morocco’s readiness to cooperate with German authorities for the resolution of the situation of Moroccan illegal immigrants residing in Germany. During the meeting, the two sides hailed friendly relations as well as cooperation between Morocco and Germany, which were boosted following the signing in 2013 of the Declaration of Rabat on the Moroccan-German partnership.The two sides also discussed several issues of common interest, the statement added.The German official, who is on a working visit to Morocco, also praised the political, economic and social reforms undertaken by Morocco, and hailed Morocco’s participation in Berlin’s International Green, reiterating the readiness of the German Government to strengthen partnership with the Kingdom in various fields.With MAP
WASHINGTON — The Latest on President Donald Trump and 5G next generation mobile networks (all times local):2:45 p.m.President Donald Trump says the race to build 5G is one America must win.Trump said Friday at the White House that building high-speed networks across the United States will transform the way Americans work, learn, communicate and travel.5G will mean faster wireless speeds and has implications for technologies like self-driving cars and augmented reality.The rollout started last week in the U.S. and South Korea but will take years.Trump says, “We must not rest. The race is far from over.”The White House says that Trump understands the country must invest in visionary projects to “dominate the industries of the future and lead America into the 21st century.”___9:55 a.m.The U.S. communications regulator will hold a massive auction to bolster 5G service, the next generation of mobile networks, and will spend $20 billion for rural internet.5G will mean faster wireless speeds and has implications for technologies like self-driving cars and augmented reality. The rollout started last week in the U.S. and South Korea but will take years.The Federal Communications Commission said Friday that it would hold the largest auction in U.S. history, of 3,400 megahertz, to boost wireless companies’ networks.The FCC also says it will repurpose funds from existing programs to provide $20.4 billion connecting up to 4 million rural homes and small businesses to high-speed internet. There are 24 million Americans without access to broadband, and the problem is worst in rural areas.The Associated Press
5 April 2010United Nations aid agencies and their partners in Niger today appealed for an additional $132 million to fund humanitarian programmes in the West African country, which is facing a severe food crisis following poor harvests caused by inadequate rainfall last year. Food shortages and malnutrition have affected an estimated 4.7 million people, the UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) reported in a revised emergency humanitarian action plan prepared to support the Government’s efforts to quickly mobilize additional funds.A total of $190.7 million is required, but $57.8 million of that amount is already available, leaving a deficit of $132.9 million. Requirements could, however, increase when the findings of a comprehensive humanitarian survey scheduled for later this month are released, OCHA added.In line with the national authorities’ priorities, the humanitarian country team in Niger has prioritized food security and nutritional aid, and support in health, water, sanitation, hygiene and logistics, according to OCHA.Inadequate or poor distribution of rainfall has caused large deficits in Niger’s agricultural and fodder production. Poor harvests have created a cereals deficit of more than 410,000 metric tons, while fodder shortfalls have been estimated at more than 16 million metric tons or 67 per cent of the national livestock needs. Many water sources have also dried up, adding to the hardship pastoralists are facing.UN Humanitarian Coordinator Khardiata Lo N’diaye told a news conference in New York last week that the new national authorities in Niger, which came to power on 18 February, have launched an appeal seeking international assistance.Niger underwent a coup last month, when the Supreme Council for the Restoration of Democracy (CSRD) seized control of the Government during a gun battle in the capital, Niamey.Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon condemned the coup and stressed that the UN stands ready to support initiatives aimed at peacefully resolving Niger’s political and constitutional crisis.When asked about the coup, Ms. Lo N’diaye acknowledged that a return to a democratic institution was a key priority in the country, but the facing need of the population was also a priority. “The main focus for the UN is to save lives in Niger… this support would go directly to the population and allow them to participate fully in the democratization process,” she said.The UN World Food Programme (WFP) has already more than doubled its food aid to Niger, Executive Director Josette Sheeran said last month, adding that the food situation in the country was becoming a “major humanitarian challenge.”
Nigel Hayes has been outspoken about race issues. (Stacy Revere/Getty Images Sport)Nigel Hayes recently graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Madison with a successful college basketball career as a Badgers forward, but a fan was more focused on his “bizarre” hairstyle.Hayes, who is the only Badger to have appeared on the college’s top 10 list for points, rebounds and assists, tweeted a letter from Jennie Madden, a self-proclaimed fan of his and UW-Madison. The note began by congratulating him for earning his degree and staying in college. But it took a turn when she slammed his hair, which he wears in locs.I guess a black male’s naturally dreaded hair in a ponytail isn’t fit for NBA teams/communities. As well as, it seems, professional society. pic.twitter.com/9zdnyygyR9— Nigel Hayes (@NIGEL_HAYES) May 17, 2017“What the heck crazy odd hairdo are you having on the top of your head??” Madden wrote. “Who wants [to sign] a handsome nice guy like you with such a bizarre hairdo as what you got?“Get to the barbers,” she wrote, recommending a local Black shop in Madison. “And get all cleaned up with a nice haircut and [side-burn] trim and [professional] appearance — then for sure you will get picked to be on a pro basketball team looking better and more classy for their team and community.”Madden felt Hayes, who has been racially targeted in the past, could “set [an] example” by “not only getting your nice college diploma — but [getting] a good appearance.”Hayes’ teammate, guard Zak Showalter, who is white, also received an email from Madden, who praised his haircut and asked to get more information to share with her brother.@NIGEL_HAYES Guess you should be more like me 🙂 pic.twitter.com/NItIJ7Mjf6— Zak Showalter (@ZShowbball333) May 17, 2017As a result of the racist email, many fans supported Hayes.@NIGEL_HAYES @HPbasketball Yeah ok… pic.twitter.com/ScHxUOZJrv— Jamal Curry (@Murray_4MVP) May 17, 2017 @NIGEL_HAYES 1st of all, congrats on graduating! Furthermore your natural hair is wonderful. At last check the NBA wanted ballers not Paul Mitchel.— Anita (@ChgoCookkie) May 18, 2017 @NIGEL_HAYES don’t ever cut your hair, it rocks!— Michele Weisman (@ottogrl) May 17, 2017UW-Madison also shared its support.You looked fantastic last weekend @NIGEL_HAYES @AnnieTamblyn @ZShowbball333 #UWGrad #Proud pic.twitter.com/WRSSkO1dLL— UW-Madison (@UWMadison) May 17, 2017 @NIGEL_HAYES Rock dem locs. I wish I kept mine. Also it’s a sign of patience. Do you.. do well!— Quentin Smithers (@Que_Roca) May 17, 2017 @NIGEL_HAYES *shakes dreads for the culture*— King of Wakanda (@southerngent26) May 17, 2017
Short URL THE GOVERNMENT HASN’T built one social housing unit with the money they got from selling Bord Gáis Energy, despite promising that’s how proceeds would be used.In Budget 2015, the government announced the €400 million sale money was to be used to build additional housing units in support of the Social Housing Strategy.In response to questions posed by Dara Calleary of Fianna Fáil, housing minister Simon Coveney said that there was no evidence any social housing had been built with the funds.“Work on this activity was carried out by my Department in consultation with the Department of Finance and Department of Public Expenditure and Reform.However, despite a high level of engagement with a wide range of potential providers and financiers of social housing, no new model of provision and/or financing of social housing on an off-balance sheet basis could be identified. Mar 31st 2017, 6:10 AM Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this article Friday 31 Mar 2017, 6:10 AM 20 Comments Share714 Tweet Email1 No houses have been built with €400 million from Bord Gáis sale The government said that no “provision and/or financing of social housing on an off-balance sheet basis could be identified”. By Gráinne Ní Aodha Image: Shutterstock/jannoon028 http://jrnl.ie/3313108 Source: Shutterstock/Mr UcarerCalleary, who is Fianna Fáil’s public expenditure spokesperson, called the finding “completely unacceptable”.“It is startling that in the middle of a housing crisis, this government, which claims to be prioritising the issue, has done nothing with €400m specifically earmarked to build social housing units.The latest figures from the Department reveal that there were 4,875 people classified as homeless last month – an increase from January.Calleary added that he was also concerned about the government using proceeds from the sale of its stake in AIB to pay down EU debt, saying it “beggars belief”.Coveney said that the government would respond by committing €10 million per annum from the Bord Gáis proceeds, over a longer period, which could be used to secure the development of a pilot affordable rental scheme.Read: Bridge to Poolbeg among 34 infrastructure projects worth €226 million given green lightRead: ‘Largely gone’: Ghost estates are rapidly disappearing Image: Shutterstock/jannoon028 13,291 Views
The tough line from Brussels echoes comments by a French official last week who warned London against thinking “there’s not a deal, so I won’t pay”, saying “there’s no magic wand that makes this bill disappear.”Johnson is adamant the withdrawal agreement struck by May – rejected by parliament three times – is dead in the water and changes must be made, particularly to the backstop, if a deal is to be agreed and a no-deal exit avoided. Speaking to reporters in Clonmel today, Tánaiste Simon Coveney said news of the meeting between Johnson and Tusk was welcome. While no-one knew what had been discussed behind closed doors, there were no indications of any big breakthroughs, Coveney said. With reporting from – © AFP 2019 By Daragh Brophy 53 Comments Short URL Image: PA WIRE Brexit: UK must pay its divorce bill even in event of no-deal, EU warns It comes after Boris Johnson insisted the UK would be free from its obligations in a no-deal scenario. https://jrnl.ie/4782607 THE UK MUST pay its Brexit divorce bill even if it crashes out without a deal, the EU has warned – adding that future ties will be threatened if London fails to honour its commitments.The stern response comes a day after Boris Johnson again said that in the event of a no-deal Brexit on 31 October, the UK would be free from financial obligations to the EU.With the clock ticking and fears of no deal growing, Johnson and European Council President Donald Tusk clashed at the G7 in France on Saturday, with the British leader insisting the current divorce deal must be changed.Asked if the EU would take Britain to court to recover the money, a spokeswoman for the European Commission instead stressed that a future trade deal between Britain and the remaining 27 states could be under threat unless London paid up.“As we have said many times before, all commitments that were taken by the 28 member states should be honoured, and this is also and especially true in a no deal scenario, where the United Kingdom would be expected to honour all commitments made during EU membership,” commission spokeswoman Mina Andreeva told reporters. Monday 26 Aug 2019, 1:51 PM Rather than going into judicial action threat, I think it is important to make clear that settling accounts is essential to starting off a new relationship on the right foot based on mutual trust.Jean-Claude Piris, who served as director of the EU Council’s legal services for more than two decades, tweeted: “If the U.K. refuses to pay its debts to the EU, then the EU will not accept to negotiate a trade agreement with the U.K.”Johnson has repeatedly said that if Britain leaves without a deal it will not have to pay the €43 billion divorce bill agreed by his predecessor Theresa May.He repeated the claim again on Sunday, telling ITV that the money would be “no longer, strictly speaking, owed” and his government would be left with “very substantial sums” to spend.Downing Street has reportedly refused to say how much the UK would be prepared to pay, though a report in the London Times today quoted a figure of seven billion pounds. As the clock ticks down, get all the best Brexit news and analysis in your inbox: Share50 Tweet Email Aug 26th 2019, 1:51 PM Europe Minister Helen McEntee is in Portlaoise Mail Centre today to hear about how they’re preparing for a no-deal Brexit pic.twitter.com/I1DCZtaHMm— Gráinne Ní Aodha (@GAodha) August 26, 2019 25,935 Views Donald Tusk and Boris Johnson speak at the weekend. Image: PA WIRE Source: Gráinne Ní Aodha/Twitter Donald Tusk and Boris Johnson speak at the weekend. Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this article
Everyday Food, a cooking specialty title under the Martha Stewart Living brand, announced it would shift its focus to digital late last year as part of an organizational restructuring that would help save the company up to $35 million.Now, four months later, the publication has released the first of what will be five themed supplements to accompany Martha Stewart Living. While the print product–a 36-page, digest-sized folio–has less content that it did as a standalone 10-issue-per-year book, the brand’s emphasis has changed, says Sarah Carey, editor-in-chief of Everyday Food.”We’re not creating as many recipes every single month, but we are creating new content every day,” she says. “We’re putting a lot more energy into our blog posts, for instance, even our Instagram feed. We’re making all of the areas in which we work a little bit more interesting and full of new content.” Repurposing and promoting that content across different channels has been constant directive since the transition to a digital-first product began in November. New iPad Newsstand access and Windows 8 apps have helped; so have daily newsletters and, particularly, videos.Though Carey’s team has been producing cooking videos since last summer, they fit in well with the magazine’s new mission now. “We’re putting a lot more energy and focus on it,” Carey says, who appears on-screen in most of the clips. “We’re trying to engage the users on different levels.””Making cooking fun” is core to the brand, she says, so injecting her personality into editorial content allows her to do that.While Everyday Food increases its focus on digital, part of the magazine’s challenge lies in maintaining a relationship with its print readers. The magazine had a circulation of more than 1 million, per the Alliance for Audited Media, a number that had stayed relatively constant since 2009.”We’re figuring out ways to transition people to the web on a more frequent and daily basis,” Carey says. “We’re making it very clear that they have access to this and where they can find it and the different ways they can find it online.”With the release of the Everyday Food Extra supplement, integrating the web and print properties will be critical in the immediate future and moving forward. References and links to a customized video player are included in the digital version of the magazine, pointing readers to the site, and they’re directly embedded in the iPad edition. Richard Fontaine, senior vice president of consumer marketing for Martha Stewart Living, says that it’s too soon to make a determination on how the brand has performed on that front however.”It’s too early to discuss any significant growth in Everyday Food’s digital audience,” he says. “We are actively promoting Sarah’s daily videos through email subscription and our video distribution platforms, consistently growing the audience every month, and that platform provides us with an opportunity to reach and engage our audience with new content on a daily basis.”As a whole, Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia, released their fourth quarter and year-end results today, reporting lower revenues and higher operating losses year-over-year.Its publishing arm took a $3.5 million hit in revenues in Q4, down to $35.3 million, citing “lower print and digital advertising revenues as well as lower circulation revenues.”To stay updated on the latest FOLIO: news, become a Facebook fan and follow us on Twitter!
Tarnaka: Local corporator Alakunta Saraswathi took out a padayatra in New Arya Nagar here on Friday. She found out that the low-lying areas in the colony were facing the drainage issue. She directed lineman Papa Rao to take steps and ensure that the problem was solved. She also directed garbage collectors to take appropriate steps and ensure that garbage does not pile up in the colony.
Tandur: The 44-installation programme of Lions club was held here on Sunday. P Ravinder Reddy as president, Zaheer as secretary and Shivakumar as secretary assumed charges. Ramesh Chandra Pandit was the chief guest of the programme. Deepak Bhattacharji acted as installation officer. Region chaiman Ambarao Patil introduced the new member Anil Pawar. Notebooks to the students of VV School were distributed on the occasion.
A local activist of Jubo League was hacked to death in Ghoshpara Beel area of Shyamnagar upazila in Satkhira on Friday night, reports UNB.The deceased is Asadur Rahman, 35, son of Abdul Jabbar of Arangachha village in Kaliganj upazila and an activist of local Jubo League. He owned a fish enclosure at Ghoshpara Beel.Shyamnagar police station officer-in-charge Syed Mannan Ali said some miscreants swooped on Asad around 8:30pm and chopped him indiscriminately while he was going to the fish enclosure by a bicycle, leaving him dead on the spot.Police visited the spot, he said.
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The league has picked up a female Poodle cross in Centenary Road and a female German Shepherd in Jan Smuts Avenue. Please collect these animals if they belong to you.The AACL would like to remind the public that it is a crime to chain up a dog. If your animal absolutely has to be chained, it has to be a running chain or else you will be fined.With the recent rains, the kennels have turned into a swampland. The field is flooded and there is a lot of mud and mess. This happens every time it rains and the kennels are looking for a kind-hearted member of the public to donate some gravel stones for outside the office. Please contact the league on 076-151-1784 if you are interested in helping with this worthy cause.Thanks this week go to Spar, TFS, Pie City and Pierre Massyn for their kind donations. WebsiteWebsiteWebsite WebsiteWebsiteWebsite WebsiteWebsiteWebsite Orphan’s CornerThe Animal Anti-Cruelty League (AACL) has many animals that are in desperate need of good homes. There are currently two litters of kittens and two litters of puppies. There are also many adult dogs and cats in dire need of loving families.Jessie is a female Chihuahua cross with a huge heart and lots of love to give. Milo is a male Staffordshire cross who would love to go for walks and play with a ball. Diesel is a Great Dane cross hunting dog who will look after the whole family. Spike is a male Boerboel who would be a great guard dog but does not do well with children, as he was abused and chained up by his previous owners. Please visit the kennels to see these loving pets and pick the right one for you.
“These last few weeks the support from this program, I’ve never experienced anything quite like it.” – Cameron— LSU Football (@LSUfball) August 28, 2015 “I appreciate your concern and we are good. We are ready to roll and all of our goals are still intact.” – Cameron— LSU Football (@LSUfball) August 28, 2015 Forever proving college football programs’ ability to keep a secret when they truly want to, LSU revealed Friday evening offensive coordinator Cam Cameron has undergone treatment for prostate cancer this summer but plans to coach in 2015.The Tigers, thankfully, insist Cameron has been given a clean bill of health.“I appreciate the concern. My health is good. I’ve been involved throughout training camp and I’m looking forward to this season.” – Cameron — LSU Football (@LSUfball) August 28, 2015 “I was diagnosed with prostate cancer, and I’ve been given a clean bill of health.” – Cameron pic.twitter.com/Ok7vm8ygti— LSU Football (@LSUfball) August 28, 2015 AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Sponsored By Connatix LSU is eerily experienced at bracing for an offensive coordinator’s health scare during fall camp, as then-OC Steve Kragthorpe announced in August 2011 he had been diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease. Kragthorpe coached LSU’s quarterbacks in 2011 and 2012 and has since served as the program’s special assistant to the head coach/chief of staff.LSU opens the 2015 season against McNeese State next Saturday.
londonterror attack London – and the whole of the UK – is reeling following ‘a major terrorist attack‘ on Westminster Bridge that has so far left four people dead and at least 40 others, including visiting French schoolchildren, critically injured.At around 2.40pm on Wednesday [local time] a Hyundai allegedly driven by a man in his 40s, ploughed into pedestrians on the bridge before the driver crashed the car into railings near the Houses of Parliament. The driver then ran into the Palaces of Westminster wielding a knife with which he stabbed a police officer, before he was shot by police and killed.The police officer has since been confirmed as dead. The deceased attacker is believed to have acted alone. Police are asking members of the public to hand over any video or images of the incident to assist with the investigation.Prime Minister Theresa May expressed her condolences to the families of those people killed and injured and said:“We will all move forward together, never giving in to terror and never allowing the voices of hate and evil to drive us apart.”World leaders, including US President Donald Trump, have expressed their condolences and offered their support to the UK.IMAGE: By The New York Times. Source: Terrain and aerial imagery by Google
OMG this just Happened. pic.twitter.com/Q0CYxM8jJB— Mike (@MBragiel) March 21, 2017YES!Don’t assume the people around you know you care and love them. TELL THEM!Call them. Text them. Write them. Be intentional.— Jason Romano (@JasonRomano) March 22, 2017Gotta love Tom Herman’s brutal honesty regarding a possible graduate transfer at QBTom Herman confirms he’s exploring the recruitment of former LSU QB Brandon Harris. Brutal honesty when asked about potential impact on QBs: pic.twitter.com/yL8U4XNdzz— Dennis de la Pena (@dennisonfox7) March 22, 2017That’s a heck of a headline to read in the morningGood morning. https://t.co/bdlvzoM7rx pic.twitter.com/SSDKK6r8pc— SB Nation (@SBNation) March 22, 2017The quote of the dayThe man your #son will become is greatly influenced by the one he sees in you. #Legacy #TheFatherEffect pic.twitter.com/OdSfkaCmey— John Finch (@johnpfinch) March 22, 2017This is great…TSA agent (checking my ID): “Hawk, like that skateboarder Tony Hawk!”Me: exactlyHer: “Cool, I wonder what he’s up to these days”Me: this— Tony Hawk (@tonyhawk) March 21, 2017I really hop this puts an end to LaVar Ball’s ridiculous comment about taking on Jordan…and all other future comments (or at least the media’s urge to report on them)Ball don’t lie…or does he? Watch a 1-on-1 simulation game between Michael Jordan and LaVar Ball pic.twitter.com/FkXLoz6jsB— Sports Illustrated (@SInow) March 21, 2017America’s road construction crews should take note of thisVIDEO: Bridge demolition and highway repair completed in fifteen hours in the UK pic.twitter.com/y97urGY87r— The Spectator Index (@spectatorindex) March 21, 2017Fake strongmen duo fake out seven different morning shows with ridiculous routineGreat GIF showing the first teams of the tourney disappearingThis is super sweet: NCAA’s 1st weekend in fadeaway GIF form. Whoever did this for @redditCBB deserves a gold star. pic.twitter.com/mIstbzCyGH— Jim Weber (@JimMWeber) March 21, 2017The best from yesterday:Asked about his new “ball-control offense,” Nick Saban goes on 3-minute rantTom Crean shares the best piece of advice he’s gotten since being firedNew coach: “I can’t promise we’re going to win, but…”Jim Harbaugh shouts for peanuts in new Planters commercialVideo: An All Access look at how a high school coach starts changing a culture with his very first team workoutWashington HS coach suspended after being accused of exposing himself to playersTuesday’s One Minute Warm Up AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Sponsored By Connatix To get the blood pumping:Interesting look at “the Yips”This actually happened last night and host Pat Sajak’s response is classic
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