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Sport Resource Group Announces New Portable Soft Foam Gaga Pits

Source: Sport Balla | Feb 12 2014, 2:13am CST | by PR.com

Minneapolis, MN, February 12, 2014 --(PR.com)-- Minneapolis-based Sport Resource Group is excited to announce the...
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Gunnerblog presents: ‘Poker Face – Arsenal Transfer Deadline Day Remix’ – Wenger ft. Ivan Gazidis

Sep 1 2014 12:24am CDT | Source: 101 great goals

Arsenal fan Gunnerblog has done it again!Gunnerblog has a long history of releasing terrific songs on transfer deadline day, and this September 1st is no exception.Tailoring his tune to Lady Gaga’s mega-hit Poker Face, Gunnerblog mimics boss Arsene Wenger as  he relays to fans is that nobody is being bought in the final hours of the window.In the tune it’s explained that Arsenal are not buying a striker because they have Yaya Sanogo, whilst no midfielder is coming in too.Wat ...
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Back to the future

Aug 20 2014 10:00pm CDT | Source: Spectator Magazine

Futurism, with its populist mix of explosive rhetoric (burn all the museums!) and resolutely urban experience and emphasis on speed, was a force to be reckoned with (at least in Italy) for longer than one might imagine. It was launched in Paris in 1909 by Filippo Tommaso Marinetti, poet and performer, a superb propagandist for the movement he effectively founded, and it managed to survive the upheavals of the first wo ...
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England's approach to spin bowling flawed: Sourav Ganguly
London, Sep 1 (IANS) Former India cricket captain Sourav Ganguly has said flawed approach to spin bowling and failure to score runs freely are the main factors that are troubling England in the ODIs. | by IANS
 
Flamengo extend winning streak in Brazil's Serie A
Rio de Janeiro, Sep 1 (IANS) Alecsandro converted a late penalty to hand Flamengo a 2-1 victory over Vitoria in Brazil's Serie A championship. | by IANS
 
India are No.1 ranked ODI side
Dubai, Sep 1 (IANS) World champions India were confirmed as the No.1 ranked side in the International Cricket Council (ICC) ODI team rankings Monday following Zimbabwe's three-wicket victory over Australia in a triangular series match in Harare Sunday. | by IANS
 
 

Beyoncé: 10 of the best videos

Aug 19 2014 5:30am CDT | Source: the guardian

Beyoncé will receive the prestigious MTV Michael Jackson Video Vanguard award at the VMAs on Sunday. Weve picked Beys best videos to celebrate, featuring the Mojave desert, dance-offs, Lady Gaga, a crocodile and plenty of leotards Its hard to fathom now, but Beyoncés superstar status wasnt a foregone conclusion prior to 2003s Crazy In Love. The Neptunes-produced Work It Out her actual solo debut hadnt ex ...
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Murder porn

Aug 13 2014 10:00pm CDT | Source: Spectator Magazine

I am sure we’re all in agreement that watching videos of adults abusing children is wrong. At least outside the halls of BBC light entertainment (historically speaking) such a consensus must exist. So how has it become not just right, but seemingly virtuous, to watch and then promote pictures of big bearded men chopping off children’s heads? The proliferation of torture and beheading porn is one of the social media horrors of our day. ...
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In Defense of Azealia Banks

Aug 12 2014 6:02am CDT | Source: Splice Today

In the fall of 2011 a hip student taking a seminar I was teaching on nightlife culture in New York City brought the song "212" to class by a then little known Harlem-bred rapper named Azealia Banks. We'd been talking about underground music and culture and he wanted to use this song as an example of the creativity of the underground scene. Because Banks was unsigned at the time, "212" was as good a c ...
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DVD Review: Bubble Guppies (Get Ready For School!)

Aug 10 2014 2:10pm CDT | Source: Pulse Wrestling

There’s a bit of stress for little ones about to enter kindergarten. Sure they might have gone to a half day preschool. But Kindergarten is a strange new world. The classes are bigger, last longer and the teachers give real grades. Any little thing a parent can find to cut the nervousness is welcomed. Josie is about to enter kindergarten so she was extra happy to watch Bubble Guppies: Get Ready For School! This is an aquatic version of her future. Instead of having her ...
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Guilt trip

Aug 6 2014 10:00pm CDT | Source: Spectator Magazine

If you had to pick one emotion to characterise Australia’s attitude towards East Timor, it would be guilt. We are right to feel guilty about 1942, when Australian troops retreated from Timor, leaving many of the East Timorese who fought alongside us to be killed by the Japanese. We should feel guilty about 1975, when we failed to speak up about the invasion of East Timor. We ought to feel guilty about 1978, when ...
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When Rock Had Style Not Stylists

Jul 28 2014 8:37am CDT | Source: Splice Today

A lot of music writers from rock’s first generation are capable of lauding the stars of their youth and rehashing old quarrels, but famous journalist Lisa Robinson shows no interest in transcending these stereotypes. She’s interviewed seemingly every white rock star—the Stones, Zeppelin, the Clash, Elvis Costello, John Lennon, Bono. She’s befriended Patti Smith, Michael Jackson, and Lady Gaga. She’s had great vi ...
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