Look: Little League Player’s Outfit Went Viral This Week

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By Daniel Bates Who needs batting gloves? During last weekend’s Little League World Series game between Wyoming and Utah, Wyoming’s Aydin Jeffress smacked a home run to deep left in yellow work gloves. “You know when you see a kid from Wyoming wearing leather ranching work gloves, he’s hitting dingers,” one user tweeted. The clip started to go viral around the baseball World throughout the week. “Hey Tractor Supply y’all better sign this kid to an NIL deal…” tweeted John Brubaker. “To do list: Feed the cows, Fix the fence, Shoe the horses, Hit a dinger.” “This kid works 60 hours a week and sho… Read More “Look: Little League Player’s Outfit Went Viral This Week”

Rickie Fowler Has Perfect Response To His Quintuple Bogey On No. 18

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By Daniel Bates It was all good for Rickie Fowler on Saturday… and then the 18th hole happened. Fowler entered the hole in the top 20 of the leaderboard and left it tied for 60th. The five-time PGA winner somehow found a way to card a quintuple bogey to finish things off… something he couldn’t help but poke fun at after the match: How’d you make 9? Well my putt for 8 didn’t break right. Things were an adventure for Fowler on the Par-4 on 18. After driving his first shot into the pond, he followed up his drop with a penalty shot into the water once again. Following an approach that landed 5… Read More “Rickie Fowler Has Perfect Response To His Quintuple Bogey On No. 18”

Look: Photo Of Colts Offensive Linemen Is Going Viral Today

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By Daniel Bates Whatever the Indianapolis Colts do, they can’t break this pair up. During Saturday’s preseason game between Indy and the Bills, Colts linemen Wesley French and Will Fries were aligned just right in the huddle… The screen grab started to go viral over the weekend. “God.. is that you?” asked Darrell Hill. “Guud one,” tweeted Kai Kamaka III. “Name a better duo,” laughed another user. “Nothing will top this,” another commented. Add this one to the list of classics. Read More “Look: Photo Of Colts Offensive Linemen Is Going Viral Today”

Meta’s chatbot says the company ‘exploits people’

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Meta’s chatbot says the company “exploits people”. The prototype bot – which uses artificial intelligence and can natter on “nearly any topic” – gave its frank opinion of the Facebook’s parent company and its founder, Mark Zuckerberg. It told BBC News that the 38-year-old billionaire “our country is divided and he didn’t help that at all” when asked for what the robot thought of him. It also said: “His company exploits people for money and he doesn’t care. It needs to stop!” Meta – who also own and operate WhatsApp and Instagram – asserted that the chatbot was in development and could come up … Read More “Meta’s chatbot says the company ‘exploits people’”

You don’t actually need a MacBook Pro

Welcome to our regular collection of our Apple Breakfast column, including all of the Apple news you missed this week in a handy bite-sized roundup. We call it Apple Breakfast because we think it goes great with a morning cup of coffee or tea, but it’s cool if you want to give it a read during lunch or dinner hours too. Don’t get seduced by a laptop you don’t needIn a recent installment of this column, I discussed the simple idea that the price and the quality of Apple’s products, particularly Macs, don’t always scale at the same rate. At the entry level, a small extra outlay of $200 or $300 w… Read More “You don’t actually need a MacBook Pro”

Azerbaijan’s measures on combat readiness must be held at high level, tasks accomplished promptly – MoD

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By Trend On August 13, Azerbaijan’s Minister of Defense, Colonel GeneralZakir Hasanov held an official meeting with Deputies of theMinister of Defense, Commanders of types of troops, Chiefs of MainDepartments, Departments, and Services of the Ministry at theCentral Command Post. Commanders of the Army Corps and formationsstationed in the liberated territories were also involved in themeeting via video teleconference, Trend reports citing theministry. The Minister of Defense delivered to the meeting participantsthe tasks assigned to the Azerbaijan Army by the President of theRepublic of Azerbai… Read More “Azerbaijan’s measures on combat readiness must be held at high level, tasks accomplished promptly – MoD”

First-time buyer misery as house prices refuse to come down despite buyer interest slowing

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By Michiel Willems House prices continue to move firmly upwards and are still expected to be higher in a year’s time, according to the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) this afternoon. The numbers are somewhat surprising given that surveyors have seen the longest stretch of shrinking buyer demand in the housing market since the early stages of the coronavirus pandemic. A net balance of 25 per cent of property professionals reported new buyer inquiries falling rather than rising in July, marking the third month in a row of an overall decline. The RICS report said: “As such, this m… Read More “First-time buyer misery as house prices refuse to come down despite buyer interest slowing”

Vikings’ Anthony Barr Signs With Cowboys, Broncos Wary Of Linebacker Depth

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As training camps continue many teams are getting a better idea of what areas they lack depth in and what players they need to target. For the Broncos, their struggling linebacker core was one that needed help, but the disappointment deepened when former Vikings Pro Bowl Linebacker Anthony Barr signed with the Dallas Cowboys. Barr reportedly narrowed his list down to two teams, the Denver Broncos and the Dallas Cowboys, although he did have some interest from the Washington Commanders. Barr was once one of the NFL’s best linebackers, and not too long ago either. He was a Pro Bowler from 2015-2… Read More “Vikings’ Anthony Barr Signs With Cowboys, Broncos Wary Of Linebacker Depth”

HomePod mini: The essential $99 piece of the Apple smart home

The HomePod was discontinued after just three years on the market, but Apple isn’t giving up on its smart speaker ambitions. Released in 2020 alongside the iPhone 12, the HomePod mini was meant to be a smaller alternative to Apple’s high-priced, high-fidelity speaker, but now it’s the only game in town. And if you want to set up a Siri-based smart home, it’s essential. The latest news and rumorsAn August report by Mark Gurman of Bloomberg states that Apple is working on a few new smart devices, but he did not say anything in regards to the HomePod mini. Apple may be releasing a new full-sized … Read More “HomePod mini: The essential $99 piece of the Apple smart home”