STABLE NOTES BY ED GOLDEN – SATURDAY JUNE 4, 2016

first_imgEdwin Maldonado8616141219%49%$644,139 Joseph Talamo6812131218%54%$689,383 Martin Garcia4974814%39%$407,795 JockeyMts1st2nd3rdWin%ITM%Money Won John Sadler4063615%38%$433,905 Jerry Hollendorfer44831118%50%$570,640 Simon Callaghan1842222%44%$213,100 SONGBIRD FIRES BULLET IN ‘VERY NICE’ WORKUnbeaten and unchallenged champion Songbird worked six furlongs in 1:13 flat under regular rider Mike Smith Saturday morning for a possible start in the Grade II Summertime Oaks at 1 1/16 miles on June 18.The time equaled the fastest of nine drills at the distance with Angels Flight Stakes winner Bellamentary who also was clocked in 1:13 for leading trainer Phil D’Amato. Songbird’s fractional times were 36.40, 48.40 and 1:00.80, with a six furlong gallop-out clocking of 1:28.“It was a very nice work,” said Jerry Hollendorfer, who trains the daughter of Medaglia d’Oro for Rick Porter’s Fox Hill Farms. “She went off slow, finished up fast and galloped out nice in 1:28.”Hollendorfer reiterated that the Summertime Oaks “is possible” for her next start. Richard Mandella2154324%57%$282,615 Mario Gutierrez3347112%36%$360,035 James Cassidy2343217%39%$295,055 Fernando Perez4154312%29%$191,803 Chad Lindsay2952217%31%$95,325 Santiago Gonzalez8611161013%43%$599,724 Tyler Baze9717171818%54%$845,390 (Current Through Friday, June 3) Peter Eurton1850228%39%$219,370 ACT MAKES STAKES DEBUT IN SIREN LUREAct makes his added money debut in Sunday’s $75,000 Siren Lure Stakes for three-year-olds and up at about 6 ½ furlongs on turf.“He’s coming into the race well,” said Peter Eurton, who trains the five-year-old War Front horse for Lee and Susan Searing, campaigning as C R K Stable. “We wanted to go a mile, but there was nothing else available. With the Siren Lure, he’ll have two races under his belt going into Del Mar, and based on how he runs tomorrow, it will tell me what I want to do with him there.“Do I wanted to go at a mile or stay at five-eighths (on grass)? It gives me options.”The field for the Siren Lure, the first of nine races: Hunt, Flavien Prat, 9-5; Miss Double d’Oro, Santiago Gonzalez, 7-2; Toowindytohaulrox, Tiago Pereira, 5-2; Opsec, Martin Garcia, 8-1; and Act, Gary Stevens, 5-2.FINISH LINES: As expected, Taris was scratched from today’s Vanity Mile, trainer Simon Callaghan opting to wait for the Grade I Triple Bend Stakes against males in the seven furlong race on June 25. Taris worked five furlongs Saturday on Santa Anita’s main track in 1:02.80. “It was a very easy breeze,’ Callaghan said. “We have three weeks until the race so it (the relatively slow work) was intentional . . . I’m very happy with her.” Taris had fractional times of 24.80 and 50.40, with a six furlong gallop-out clocking of 1:16.40 . . . Maiden Trojan Nation, second by a head in the Wood Memorial two starts back on April 9, worked five furlongs on Santa Anita’s fast main track Saturday in 59.20 for the Belmont Stakes. Trainer Paddy Gallagher said the son of Street Cry is due to arrive at Belmont Park Monday evening or Tuesday. Trojan Nation was 16th at 42-1 in the May 7 Kentucky Derby . . . Californian winner Second Summer (Gold Cup at Santa Anita on June 25) and multiple graded stakes winner Kobe’s Back (Triple Bend) are scheduled to work Sunday for Peter Eurton . . . Agent Tony Matos has Martin Garcia booked to ride Ami’s Flatter for trainer Josie Carroll in the Grade I, $1.25 million Metropolitan Mile on Belmont Day next Saturday, and Laz Barrera Stakes winner I Will Score for Jerry Hollendorfer in the Grade II, $500,000 Woody Stephens at seven furlongs . . . Donworth, who worked six furlongs from the gate Friday in 1:11.40 for Doug O’Neill, also is ticketed for the Met Mile. “He worked great,” O’Neill said . . . Santa Anita morning-line oddsmaker Jon White notes that Beholder essentially has gone two years without losing a race. She has not been beaten since she finished fourth in the Grade I Ogden Phipps at Belmont Park on June 7, 2014. Mike Smith1943021%37%$308,355 SANTA ANITA STATISTICS Peter Miller3149313%52%$197,830 Steven Miyadi1443029%50%$123,040 Mark Glatt3557714%54%$216,551 TrainerSts1st2nd3rdWin%ITM%Money Won Mike Puype3263319%38%$217,095 Martin Pedroza5075914%42%$254,990 Doug O’Neill4249710%48%$372,840 Philip D’Amato561412525%55%$866,524 Richard Baltas3256316%44%$217,118 SONGBIRD BREEZES SIX FURLONGS IN A BULLET 1:13KENTUCKY DERBY WINNER NYQUIST IS DUE IN SUNDAYKENT DESORMEAUX RETURNS FROM REHAB PROGRAMTHE SHOW GOES ON WITH ACT IN SUNDAY’S SIREN LURE Tiago Pereira5959128%44%$230,282 NYQUIST DUE AT SANTA ANITA LATE SUNDAYKentucky Derby winner Nyquist is due to arrive at Santa Anita late Sunday afternoon from Maryland where the two-year-old champion male of 2015 has recovered from a high white blood cell count following his third-place finish in the Preakness on May 21.“We’ll let him settle in and get him on the track Monday or Tuesday,” said Doug O’Neill, who trains the son of Uncle Mo for Paul and Zillah Reddam. “We’ll kind of play that by ear. Tentatively, he’s due to van in to Santa Anita Sunday from Ontario Airport at five or six p.m.”Nyquist jogged two miles at Pimlico Saturday morning. “He’s great this morning,” O’Neill assistant Jack Sisterson said in a release issued by Pimlico. “He’s full of energy and kind of dragged us around there and came back to the barn full of energy. We’re happy with the way he went this morning.” Ignacio Puglisi1541227%47%$113,898 DESORMEAUX RETURNS FROM UTAH ALCOHOL REHAB PROGRAMHall of Fame jockey and three-time Kentucky Derby winner Kent Desormeaux issued a brief statement late Saturday morning through his agent J.R. Pegram stating that Desormeaux will return to riding in New York on Thursday, June 9, following a brief stay in an alcohol rehabilitation program at Cirque Lodge in Sundance, Utah.“It was time to take a sober look at my life and take this step,” said Desormeaux, who is set to ride Santa Anita Derby and Preakness Stakes winner Exaggerator in next Saturday’s Belmont Stakes. According to Pegram, Desormeaux, who last rode at Santa Anita a week ago, May 28, is scheduled to ride this Thursday at Belmont as he’ll pilot Shrinking Violet in the $150,000 Intercontinental Stakes for trainer Wesley Ward.Desormeaux, 46, notched his second career win in the Santa Anita Derby with Exaggerator on April 9 and rode him to a second place finish in the Kentucky Derby May 7, prior to winning the Preakness on May 21. Rafael Bejarano8620151423%57%$1,036,395 Flavien Prat63207732%54%$1,020,485 Patrick Gallagher1440029%29%$112,465last_img read more

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Dillinger fighting, but struggling against ‘big boys’ at Ginebra

first_imgView comments Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Judy Ann’s 1st project for 2020 is giving her a ‘stomachache’ Jo Koy: My brain always wants to think funny Margot Robbie talks about filming ‘Bombshell’s’ disturbing sexual harassment scene Letran slips past St. Benilde to earn Final 4 playoff Kiss-and-tell matinee idol’s conquests: True stories or tall tales? READ: Brownlee, Tenorio shine as Ginebra takes 2-0 Finals lead“Something’s got to happen. Aside from Allen Durham, no one’s shooting that well – Del (de Ocampo), me, Baser (Amer), (Chris) Newsome, Cliff (Hodge). We got to make shots, that’s it. We’re not making our end and it’s tough on AD,” he said.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSRedemption is sweet for Ginebra, Scottie ThompsonSPORTSMayweather beats Pacquiao, Canelo for ‘Fighter of the Decade’SPORTSFederer blasts lack of communication on Australian Open smogThrough the first two games, Meralco has shot 23 percent from three, down from their average of 37 percent, the league-best, prior to the Finals.Dillinger has also played subpar in the series, where he’s averaging 5.5 points on a 17-percent shooting, 5.0 rebounds, 2.5 assists, and 1.5 steals while committing two turnovers. MOST READ Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Jake says relationship with Shaina ‘goes beyond physical attraction’ READ: Brownlee fires 32 as Ginebra draws first blood in PBA FinalsThe 33-year-old acknowledges that the taller and bigger Gin Kings have played a part on intimidating and forcing the Bolts shooters to struggle in the series.“It’s tough. Those guys are 20-30 pounds heavier than me. I’m fighting but they’re big boys over there. It’s not like we don’t know that to begin with, but it wears down on you especially when they post up on you,” he said.But Meralco isn’t just going to roll over and die as Dillinger and company plot their revenge on Game 3 on Wednesday.“We just got to go back and look at the film, keep doing the same routine you got to get some shots up, see the ball going a little bit. No excuses. It’s tough, but we got to adjust and we have to figure it out,” he said.ADVERTISEMENT Photo by Tristan Tamayo/ INQUIRER.netOutspoken against Ginebra going to the 2017 PBA Governors’ Cup Finals, Jared Dillinger seems to have bit more than he can chew as Meralco stares at a 0-2 deficit in the championship series.But the Fil-Am forward is man enough to admit that the Bolts, especially the locals, have their work cut out for them after a dismal showing in the first two games.ADVERTISEMENT OSG plea to revoke ABS-CBN franchise ‘a duplicitous move’ – Lacson It’s too early to present Duterte’s ‘legacy’ – Lacson Trending Articles PLAY LIST 00:50Trending Articles00:50Trending Articles00:50Trending Articles02:14Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard02:56NCRPO pledges to donate P3.5 million to victims of Taal eruption00:56Heavy rain brings some relief in Australia02:37Calm moments allow Taal folks some respite03:23Negosyo sa Tagaytay City, bagsak sa pag-aalboroto ng Bulkang Taal01:13Christian Standhardinger wins PBA Best Player award LATEST STORIES Coco’s house rules on ‘Probinsyano’ set Jake says relationship with Shaina ‘goes beyond physical attraction’last_img read more

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Ebola Virus Disease: Threat to International Peace Requires Coordinated International Response

first_imgShare this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window) The World Health Organization (http://www.who.int/mediacentre/news/ebola/8-september-2014/en/#) notes exponential increase in Ebola, especially in Liberia where experts (http://www.foreignpolicy.com/articles/2014/09/05/we_could_have_stopped_this_ebola_virus_world_health_organization) an infected person passes on the disease onto many more than the two and a half persons reported for Sierra Leone. Today, even those who blithely rejected the expert prognoses belatedly admit the Ebola Virus Disease (EVD) as likely to eventuate in another internal war in Liberia. The Ebola epidemic rapidly consuming lives in West Africa – particularly in Liberia – could become a global pandemic besides devastating the sub-region. Article 39, Chapter VII, of the United Nations Charter mandates the Security Council to ‘determine the existence of any threat to the peace .. and .. make recommendations, or decide what measures shall be taken .. to maintain or restore international peace and security.’ Traditionally, this Article was used to address military threats and actions between and within states, asymmetric warfare, including terrorism, and their related consequences, such as refugee crises. More recent practice by the Council has expanded the definition of threats to international peace and security.By its resolution 1308 adopted on 17 July 2000, the Security Council, ‘[r]ecognizing that the spread of HIV/AIDS can have a uniquely devastating impact on all sectors and levels of society,’ and ‘[b]earing in mind [its] primary responsibility for the maintenance of international peace and security,’ encouraged the development and strengthening of efforts to combat this and other diseases (see S/RES/1308 (2000). Repertory of Practice of United Nations Organs, Supplement No. 10 (2000-2009; also http://legal.un.org/repertory/art39/english/rep_supp10_vol3-art39_e_advance.pdf). Further, the United Nations Millennium Declaration adopted by the General Assembly in 2000 committed the Council to combat HIV/AIDS, malaria and tuberculosis (GA/RES/55/2 (2000).The breakthrough that paved the way for such determinations came on 31 January 1992 when the Security Council met for the first time ever at the level of heads of state and government. The members, within the framework of their commitment to the United Nations Charter, deliberated the topic: ‘The responsibility of the Security Council in the maintenance of international peace and security’. In so doing and ‘[i]n connection with its consideration of thematic and country-related issues, the Council .. expanded the definition of threats to international peace and security to include .. non-military sources of instability in the economic, social, humanitarian and ecological fields’ (Practice of United Nations Organs Supplement Nos. 7-9 (1985-1999); ¶ 2. http://legal.un.org/repertory/art39/english/rep_supp7-9_vol3-art39_e_advance.pdf) and pledged their commitment to international law and to the United Nations Charter as well as reaffirmed their commitment to the collective security system of the Charter to deal with threats to peace.Liberia’s parlous health-care system and the disparate, uncoordinated and sometimes ill-conceived responses to this crisis cry out for coordinated leadership which only can be accessed under a United Nations Security Council Resolution. The Security Council must make the determination required of it and then direct or prod relevant UN departments, specialized agencies, affiliated programmes and member states to act. The result should be a massive coordinated humanitarian effort involving: military logistics capability; health care expertise; fund raising and transparent management activities; accountability for all assets; sensitization of affected populations; and cooperation with local authorities, neighbouring affected and unaffected countries, and regional organizations.A recent article by the Pulitzer Prize-winning science writer and senior fellow for global health at the U.S. Council on Foreign Relations Laurie Garrett, who chronicled the 1976 Ebola outbreak in Yambuku, the Democratic Republic of Congo and who was at Kikwit in 1995 during the Ebola outbreak there, outlines a good framework for implementing this campaign (http://www.foreignpolicy.com/articles/2014/09/05/we_could_have_stopped_this_ebola_virus_world_health_organization ) She envisions a global response on the order of the rescue and relief effort undertaken in the wake of the 2004 tsunami that devastated Aceh, Indonesia. The United States alone deployed 12,600 military personnel, including its entire Pacific fleet and every Navy hospital in the region. Countries most affected by the tsunami received about US$5 billion dollars in aid, according to a World Bank estimate.The Secretary-General has already observed that, in the context of the Ebola emergency, the United Nations Mission in Liberia will continue to facilitate the provision of humanitarian assistance, including helping to provide the necessary security conditions’ in accordance with its initial mandate. (Letter dated 28 August 2014 from the Secretary-General addressed to the President of the Security Council, S/2014/644 (2 September 2014) We perceive the Secretary General’s letter as providing the impetus for the Security Council to act in the manner contemplated above. A mandate for a new mission or a reconfigured UNMIL would authorize a central management to coordinate all responses, including that envisaged by the United States in deploying its military forces to facilitate logistics and other needs.The action would ensure that adequate funds are raised and assets secured, that they are properly accounted for and utilized and that all the appropriate health, logistics, security and other responses are implemented. This mission would also coordinate with the Government of Liberia and its sub-divisions to address the economic, health, social and political impact of the EVD to prevent the looming calamity. One of the ways to do this would be to take over the health workers’ payroll and make payments directly to those in the forefront of the battle. Another way would be to help carry out the long term improvement of the health care system by investing, not only in infrastructure, but also in the training of personnel by strengthening educational institutions and providing bursaries for deserving students. Yet another way would be to help in the creation of a wildlife tracking entity to provide early warning of outbreaks in animals that pose a risk to human populations.The Liberian government should support the foregoing for, far from undermining any notions of sovereignty, this approach would identify a silver lining in this catastrophe without attempting to manufacture a silver bullet. The effective initiation of governance reform would prevent crises in education and food security. Such action would honor the memory of Liberia’s presence in San Francisco in 1945.last_img read more

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No-confidence debate should be debated next year

first_imgDear Editor,Reference is made to your editorial on the No-confidence Motion (Guyana Times, December 18). Prime Minister Moses Nagamootoo has rebuffed the Opposition Leader’s request for deferral of the debate on the No-Confidence Motion till the New Year.The Opposition Leader wisely sought a delay of the debate so that peoples’ minds could be on the holiday season rather than on the performance of the Government. Having a no-confidence debate on the eve of Christmas or end of the year is inappropriate. It is a Grinch that will steal the people’s Christmas. It is unheard of to have a no-confidence motion debate so late in the year. It is not ideal to have this very stressful debate at the holiday period. It just adds to the stress of the period. Everyone will be on the edge focusing on the outcome rather than completing their plan for the season. In fact, the debate will ruin peoples’ holiday celebrations. So, the debate upsets the holiday plan, and it should be deferred.I think the Government (PM) should reconsider the request of the Opposition Leader and put off the debate till mid-January. People are busy preparing for the holidays. Members of Parliament themselves and their families must also be preparing for end of year festivities and for travel abroad. In January, everyone will be back to their normal routine and in a frame of mind to listen to the debate.I do not think the Opposition has the numbers (33) to make the motion successful. So, the Government need not worry that it would lose the vote if it is delayed till mid-January.However, it would be unwise for the Opposition Leader to withdraw the motion as suggested by the Prime Minister. A debate is needed on the performance of the Government to hold it accountable and to suggest reorientation on policymaking. Besides, a no-confidence motion is routine when a Government loses a local election by a huge margin as happened on November 12, 2018, in Guyana.The debate on the no-confidence motion should have occurred right after it was introduced in the house rather than being delayed till now. That is the norm in the Westminster system. No-confidence motion takes precedence over other matters. In England last week, Members of Parliament from the ruling conservative party called for a no-confidence vote against their Prime Minister. It was held immediately as no-confidence motions supersedes all other matters. The British PM won the no-confidence vote last week. If the Government was /is so confident of defeating the motion, then it should have held the debate before the budget.Prime Minister Moses Nagamootoo chided Jagdeo for wanting to exclude him (Nagamootoo) from the Budget Debate because of language in the Constitution barring the Prime Minister from sitting in the House while acting as President. The fraudulent Burnham Constitution is very specific in articles 96, 103, and 178 in who can act as President and what happens thereafter.The latter states that the acting President must temporarily vacate his or her seat in the Nation Assembly with someone replacing him or her until such time that the acting president ceases the duties.It does not make sense to exclude the Prime Minister acting as President from sitting in the House; he has so much to offer. I am of the view that the Constitution should be amended to allow the Acting President to sit in the Assembly especially that he or she can contribute to a healthy debate.Excluding the acting President from sitting in the House does not lessen the voting numbers of the Government in the House. The person acting as President can appoint a temporary Member of Parliament to fill his or her slot. The no-confidence debate should be deferred.Yours faithfully,Vishnu Bisramlast_img read more

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“Abandon Lawsuit,” UP Executive Dunah Advises His Party

first_imgDistrict #7 Representative Worlea-Saywah Dunah – Advertisement – Nimba County District #7 Representative and executive member of the ruling Unity Party (UP), Worlea-Saywah Dunah, seems not to be happy with the political collaboration between the UP and the Liberty Party (LP) of Cllr. Charles W. Brumskine, and therefore wants UP to abandon the lawsuit.The UP is serving as an intervening collaborator in the case between the Liberty Party and the NEC on alleged gross irregularities and fraud that the LP believes marred the October 10 presidential and representative elections. But according to the Nimba County lawmaker, the UP’s decision to join the LP in the legal case did not meet the consensus of all members of its executives.It is no secret that Dunah has neither been a fan nor a friend of the LP or its political leader, and once indicated that the party has lost relevance in Liberian politics.Dunah, who has always been loyal to the UP, said the LP finished third in 2005 and fourth in 2011, adding that the party was not progressing, proving that it has lost relevance in Liberian politics.Dunah said he was forced to use the media to tell the UP to withdraw the case from the court on grounds that since the first round of the elections, UP executives have failed to meet and take a decision as a party, alleging that a few executive members are making decisions for the party.“We have applied every effort to talk with the party chair, but he has failed to respond to our request and the only means now is to use the media,” Dunah said.He said as an executive member of the UP, he heard about the party’s decision to go to court in the media without meeting all members of the executive committee, the youth league and other elected officials.Dunah said it is necessary that UP withdraws the lawsuit from both the Supreme Court and the National Elections Commission in the shortest possible time to bring the electoral crisis to an end, adding that the court action does not reflect the views of the party.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

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Family of woman held by convicted murderer release statement

first_imgThe family of a woman involved in an incident before the arrest of convicted murderer William Bicknell is speaking out about the ordeal.In a statement released by the Grande Prairie RCMP, the Schoorl family says “as you can appreciate, this was a very dangerous and emotional situation for our family. We are currently coping with what has taken place and together as a family are doing well given the circumstances.”- Advertisement -The family goes on to thank the public for “their support and concerns in regards to our safety and well being,” but that they are asking for privacy and say they cannot disclose further information about the incident because the investigation is still ongoing.Bicknell, a convicted murder, was arrested just after 4 p.m. near Sexsmith, Alta. last Saturday after being on the run for a week.He had overpowered a corrections officer in Edmonton on March 10, escaping in a grey Chevrolet Impala.Police allege that Bicknell entered an elderly woman’s home near Sexsmith early in the morning on March 19, holding her hostage until she escaped later that afternoon and contacted police.Advertisementlast_img read more

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Tottenham MUST fight for a top four spot next year, insists Pochettino

first_imgTottenham Hotspur manager Mauricio Pochettino has insisted the club must be ambitious in their quest for a top four finish next season.Spurs completed their 2014/15 Premier League campaign with a 1-0 victory over Everton at Goodison Park, thanks to a goal from hotshot Harry Kane, helping them claim fifth spot.In the end the Argentine’s men were just six points off fourth placed Manchester United, who return to the Champions League, and Pochettino wants to see his side battle for a place in the competition from the get go next season.He said: “The mentality is right [to fight for a top four spot].“Our challenge next season is trying to fight from the beginning of the season for the top four but finishing above Liverpool, Everton and Southampton is a big thing.“This season it was difficult to achieve a top four finish but we need to try and fight for it next season. We need to be ambitious. This is the most important thing.”last_img read more

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DOORMAN SHOWS REMARKABLE COURAGE TO FORGIVE MAN WHO BLINDED HIM

first_imgA well-known doorman who was blinded in one eye after being glassed has asked a judge not to hand down a severe sentence to the man who attacked him.Sean Gallagher forgave the man who glassed him in the face. Pic copyright of Northwest News Pics.Sean Gallagher lost the sight in his right eye when he was glassed by Ian Balfour in the Central Bar in February last year. Balfour, a father-of-four from Enniskillen, pleaded guilty to assault causing harm at Letterkenny Circuit Court yesterday.Judge Matthew Deery adjourned the case until today after hearing that Balfour was offering Mr Gallagher €5,000 in compensation.He suggested that the offer would need to be increased to allow for Mr Gallagher to get on with his life after hearing he was no longer able to work at the Central Bar.Before Judge Deery passed sentence today, Mr Gallagher took to the stand and addressed the court.He said “I want to inform you that I don’t want to see Mr Balfour getting a severe sentence. I fully accept his apology and I want the matter closed.”Barrister for Balfour, Peter Nolan, informed the court that the offer of compensation from Mr Balfour was now €51,000 which he had gather from family and friends.The court was told that this did not affect a separate High Court case being pursued by Mr Gallagher.Judge Matthew Deery said that he was happy to see that Mr Balfour’s family had “put their best foot forward” on the matter.He said that considering all the circumstances he was sentencing Balfour to three years in prison but suspended the sentence for three years.Mr Balfour’s family wept at the back of the court as the sentence was passed.Judge Deery told Balfour “You are lucky to escape a custodial sentence and it is due to the good will of Mr Gallagher.”The men met outside and shook hands with eachother.DOORMAN SHOWS REMARKABLE COURAGE TO FORGIVE MAN WHO BLINDED HIM was last modified: July 17th, 2014 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:BlindCentral BardonegaldoormanglassIAN BALFOURletterkennysean gallagherlast_img read more

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Warriors, 131, Pelicans, 121: Draymond Green wants DPOY

first_imgSo what else got Green so riled up? Nothing other than a reporter asking him if he considers it … CLICK HERE if you are having a problem viewing the photos on a mobile deviceClick HERE if you’re having trouble viewing the gallery on your mobile device.OAKLAND – Draymond Green looked upset. The Warriors’ forward offered the same look he has when he stares down an official who made a call he did not like. It became similar to the look Green has when he wants to intimidate a defender.last_img

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Pinzhi®Women Lady Short Wavy Curly Claw Ponytail Clip-on Hair Piece Extensions : good value head wear

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