ESPN commentators Dan Patrick and Keith Olbermann enjoyed making light of the alliteration in his name and would always take notice of Trickle’s finish, regardless of his placement, according to WCNC-TV.
‘No sports figure Dan I had fun with took it more graciously. In fact, gratefully,’ Olbermann tweeted on Thursday.
The wife of a friend recently suffered a brain injury. A cerebral arteriovenous malformation (AVM) rupture, to be specific. It required major brain surgery and continues to require many months of rehabilitation. Her…
When people don’t understand that the word “arms” refers to all firearms to date and any firearms that may be invented later.
That’s why the Founders used the generic ‘arms’ in the 2nd Amendment and not the specific “musket/flintlock”. Unlike our common leftist, they realized that technology and advancements in “arms” was inevitable and ensured that future upgrades in firearms, aka “arms”, would be protected.
If ARs were available back then, you bet your ass George Washington (and the rest) would have had one slung over their shoulder.
This is the dumbest anti-gun argument I’ve ever heard.
“A guy like Titus, I hear people say his career is over. Well first of all, it’s really not about his career right now, it’s about his life,” Chicago Bears receiver Brandon Marshall said Monday in an interview with ESPN’s “NFL Live.”
The Alabama Legislature has approved a bill making it legal to brew beer at home, a practice that had occupied a legal gray area. If Gov. Robert Bentley signs the bill, as he is expected to do, home brewing will be legal in all 50 states.
Upon rereading the book recently, I took special note of Gatsby’s spending habits. He’s described as a wealthy man, but he’s still living a very tony lifestyle for someone who made most of his money bootlegging. One over-the-top party, yes. But an over-the-top party every weekend? Even hedge-funders don’t live like that.
So I pulled every nugget from The Great Gatsby related to Gatsby’s personal wealth and income, and every passage that detailed his spending, and — with the help of some experts — tried to re-create a historical ledger that might have shown the state of Jay Gatsby’s fortune, if he had been a real person and not a figment of F. Scott Fitzgerald’s imagination. It turns out that, far from accumulating vast stores of wealth, Jay Gatsby might have been spending beyond his means.
“Saying that “we are not barbarians, we bury the dead,” the police chief of Worcester, Mass., on Wednesday appealed for someone in authority to clear the way for the body of Boston Marathon bombings suspect Tamerlan Tsarnaev to be buried.”
An exhibition of works by landscape photographer Chris Faust opened Tuesday, May 7th in the Cargill Gallery on the 2nd floor of the Minneapolis Central Library. The exhibition features the cyanotype photographs of scenes along the upper Mississippi river by the late 19th century photographer Henry Peter Bosse juxtaposed with contemporary photographs by Faust. A number of additional photographs of the river by Faust are are included. Several works by Mark Twain and related maps and images from the Library’s collections will be featured with the Faust exhibition. The exhibition runs through June 22nd.