Nov 26, 2015
"The feds are glad somebody is out there breaking a few legs."
Fans across the Internet and all around the world have often voiced their displeasure with Eva Marie getting a chance in NXT. On tonight's episode, she was actually given a title shot against Bayley, which really got fans all up in a fuss. They were so furious, they booed her as loud as they possibly could. But if you really want Eva gone from NXT, hating her is not the way to do it. In fact, your hatred is the objective. They're taking that and making money on it. It's why her match with Bayley was such a wonderful piece of business, as explained here. But there is a right way to show you don't want Eva around: Don't see it? Let's take a closer look: That man is reading a book: That's how you
The common defense to criticisms of racial disparities in police use of force takes the form of a question: "But what about black-on-black crime?" The conservative argument is that black people are disproportionately killed by gun violence in their own communities, so perhaps they should worry about that before they worry about what police are doing. On Tuesday night, Fox News's Mike Tobin put the black-on-black crime question to a protester in Chicago, Brendan Glover, after the release of a video showing the police shooting of Laquan McDonald. Mike Tobin: Essentially the question he's getting to is why is there not outrage when there's black on black violence.
Adele sat down with Matt Lauer on Today Wednesday to chat before performing. Lauer made sure to ask her the same dumb question so many successful women are - will you be able to handle having a job AND being a mom?
Disney, the parent company of ESPN, warned that the sports network may keep losing subscribers...
Just over 24 hours after Turkey shot down a Russian warplane after claiming the jet had violated Turkish airspace, Moscow is already exacting its revenge — albeit subtly. "We're not going to wage a war against Turkey. ... But we will seriously reconsider our agreements with the Turkish government," Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said in a press call on Wednesday, according to The Associated Press. "Our attitude to the Turkish people hasn't changed," Lavrov continued. "We only have questions about the Turkish leadership." Turkey defended its decision to down the plane on Tuesday, contending that the plane was in Turkish airspace and had been warned repeatedly before it was shot down by
Monday night’s Buffalo Bills-New England Patriots game was a primetime display of shoddy officiating. The most egregious instance involved an inadvertent whistle on a Danny Amendola catch that would have been a huge gain, if not a touchdown, but Gene Steratore’s crew bungled other plays throughout the night. Maybe it was that it was a night game, or maybe it was that the calls in question were significant, but the errors seemed out of control. At one point, the Bills had the ball on fourth down with less than a minute remaining when Tyrod Taylor threw a pass to Sammy Watkins. The official ruled the pass incomplete, which would have sealed a 20-13 Patriots win. Looking at the replay, however,
“Skittles parties” may sound innocent, but they are far from it: They’re an alarming trend in which teens raid their parents’ medicine cabinets and dump the prescription and over-the-counter drugs they’ve gathered into a communal bowl. The teens then take handfuls of a random assortment of pills, often with alcohol, to get high. Several teens have overdosed after playing Russian roulette with pills at these parties, which are also known as “pharming parties.” Last month, five high school students in Marin County, California, overdosed after an apparent “Skittles party” and were taken to the hospital. He died from a drug overdose after a “Skittles party” in 2013, just days before he was supposed to head off to college.
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