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Last week showed us the catch rule and ball spotting are as flawed as ever. Why not experiment with alternatives? Here’s how to make the game useful.
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Chris Hemswoth and director Taika Waititi make sweeping changes to the latest incarnation of Thor as he faces the mythical Ragnarok in Asgard. Rough Cut – no reporter narration.
Apple’s new iMacs looks a lot like its past iMacs but with better screens and best of all, a Force Touch trackpad and a slimmer wireless keyboard.
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The “Teen Mom 2” cast members experienced some big new changes during the Season 6 finale.
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Busta Rhymes explains why he believes the musical ‘Hamilton’ sets a new standard for Broadway.
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Atlanta rap trio Migos announce the new name of their debut album, Yung Rich Nation, dropping July 31st on Quality Control Music (distributed by 300 Entertainment). They also unveil the new artwork for the LP, which features all three members Quavo, Offset and Takeoff emblazoned on one of their signature gold medallions. The album is available for pre-order now and all purchases will automatically receive “One Time,” “Pipe It Up” and “Recognition” as instant grat tracks.
On the heels of releasing their highly successful debut clothing line Yung Rich Nation that’s been selling out across the country, their hit track “Fight Night” has officially been certified Gold by the RIAA. Further solidifying that it’s their time, Migos were recently profiled in Rolling Stone magazine who then crowned them “Atlanta’s hottest rap group“.
Until very recently, I was an ardent partisan of the conservative view on marriage. By the time this column makes it out into the blogosphere, the Marriage Equality folks will almost certainly have marched up Capitol Hill and walked away with all the marbles.
And if not now, then very soon.
You have caught me alone and away from the so-called traditional marriage camp. In truth, I am AWOL. I have abandoned my position and now find myself wandering the battlefield of the culture war.
Look, in that blown out Fox (news) hole, it’s the mangled corpse of Ben Carson’s credibility.
A lot has happened to prompt my flight. I’ve met some gay people, for one. They’re nice, and I can’t help but want them to like me. It’s hard to judge them when their relationships seem to be working out better than mine.
For two, I live in New Orleans. Being anti-gay marriage in New Orleans is like being the only Neo-Nazi in Tel Aviv.
That’s not to say I’m bending to social pressure; rather, living among sincere real-life examples of my supposed enemy has thrown my own guile into sharp relief.
Finally, I’ve come to the realization that as a deeply religious person, my choice to let a 1,400-year-old book dictate how I live my life must seem strange to you, perhaps as strange as gay marriage seems to me.
Maybe we can find common ground in that strangeness?
As a young undergrad and student columnist, I defended the “one man, one woman” position with zeal. In doing so, I fear I wounded many people. I vowed never to do that again, and this is my first attempt at writing on the subject since those heady, self-righteous days.
It would be easy to take a week off and slide quietly back into the news cycle to comment on an issue that doesn’t reveal the blood on my hands — but in my experience, cowardice makes for bad punditry.
It’s poetic irony that the Confederate flag would die in the same year that marriage equality is born.
This is my second contribution to HuffPost, my first was an appeal to my fellow Southerners to rise above and beyond General Lee’s battle flag.
A call to surrender that racist emblem to history.
I guess that puts me in, what? The year 1866?
Above all else, I beg your patience. There are millions like me, we’re not bad people — just products of a different time and place.
I was raised by my grandparents. People born in Mississippi. In 1940.
I swear to God I am trying to be a better person. I hope you’ll understand just how serious of an oath that is coming from the right.
I’d like to go back to the traditional marriage camp and let everyone know we’ve lost, but my former comrades have taken to the hills — to prosecute a guerrilla war, no doubt.
I’m afraid nothing good will come of that.
This is your moment of triumph, and you’ve fought hard to get here. Let those of us on this side figure out how to deal with our strays — or perhaps we could work it out together.
In parting, I would not blame you for refusing my surrender. All actions have an equal and opposite reaction, after all.
In fact, I do believe I see some shadowy figures… down there, in the comments section.
They appear to be erecting a gallows.
I wish we’d never had this goddamned fight, I wish I’d never been so callous.
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Frank Ocean has legally changed his name.
When he was born, he was named Christopher Edwin Breaux – quite a snazzy moniker. Regardless, he’s permanently ditched it.
The singer was granted the change by a judge in Los Angeles on Thursday. The one-time Odd Future affiliate made the filing a year ago.
He had to work through some issues with his drivers license before the move was approved, according to TMZ.
Percy’s & Co’s Chef Derek May tells Eater the always-packed bar will start slinging brunch on Saturday, March 21 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. with an hour of normal service after before getting crazy with a 4 p.m. happy hour. The live music popular on Sundays will also make an appearance, and the brunch menu for both days will get a little overhaul.
Will Ferrell probably has quite a bit of dirt in his cleats by now.
Just as he said he was going to do, on Thursday he suited up for 10 different Major League Baseball teams and took his…
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Fans of Cadbury’s popular Creme Eggs were angered this week after parent company Kraft changed the recipe to substitute its signature Dairy Milk Chocolate with a standard cocoa mix chocolate it deemed was “the best one for the Creme Egg….
“National Lampoon” fans traveling for the holidays got quite the surprise this Christmas.
New Jersey’s Garden State Parkway got hit by a prank on Thursday when someone changed the highway’s exit for Clark and Westfield to read “Clark Griswold,” the name of Chevy Chase’s character in “National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation.”
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NJ.com reports State Police Sgt. Gregory Williams confirmed pictures of the sign were not Photoshopped. It actually happened.
The exit sign was later fixed by the Turnpike Authority, but not before travelers got a good laugh. The prank was such a hit that it even started trending on social media.
The joke isn’t the first time we’ve seen movie-themed pranks. A ‘Birds’ prank once put unsuspecting beach goers in the middle of a Hitchcock movie and Improv Everywhere even had a real life Harry Potter visit New York Penn Station looking for Platform 9 3/4 (Good luck doing that in rush hour, bruh). In any case, it’s apparent the pranksters gave some holiday travelers the hap-hap-happiest Christmas ever.
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Richard learns that Keisha changed his phone number so that he would miss important calls about an emergency hearing concerning their divorce. She even impersonated Richard over the phone to his lawyer to ensure that her soon-to-be ex would miss their court date.
The popular comedy series from Tyler Perry, “For Better or Worse” is about the ups and downs of dating and marriage. It follows the zany and sometimes tumultuous relationship of a lovesick married couple, Marcus and Angela Williams. Marcus and Angela were first introduced to the world in Tyler’s hit feature films “Why Did I Get Married” and “Why Did I Get Married Too.”
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L trains not running between Manhattan and Brooklyn? Trains to be disguised as others? You’re better off staying put at home?!
While you might be relieved to know these service changes are actually parody– the work of comedian John Purcell — the video below hits just a little too close to home.
After all, the MTA has an all-too-real penchant for wreaking havoc on riders’ commutes, confounding New Yorkers nearly every weekend with their disruptions.
But such is life in New York City. Watch and just be thankful these service changes are fake. For now.