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LeBron James Has 1 Question For The College Sports

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The Spun

By Daniel Bates LeBron James is one of the last prep-to-pro stars left in the NBA. And on Saturday, the Ohio State Buckeye fan had a question for the college sports World: “Do I have college eligibility if I went to play another sport besides basketball? How does that rule work?” This isn’t the first time the the King has teased the idea of returning to school and playing football. Back in 2016, James said he wanted to play a snap for OSU. Fans replied to LeBron on Twitter. I mean, J.R. Smith returned to school and played golf, right? Read More “LeBron James Has 1 Question For The College Sports

NFL Reacts To Leonard Fournette’s Punishment For Bucs-Saints Fight

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The Spun

By Daniel Bates Shortly after Marshon Lattimore’s punishment for last Sunday’s fight went down, Bucs running back Leonard Fournette learned his fate. Like Lattimore, Fournette will be fined $13,367 for his role in the skirmish, per ESPN’s Jeremy Fowler: The NFL World reacted to Playoff Lenny’s fine on social media. Mike Evans suspension was also held up by the league. Read More “NFL Reacts To Leonard Fournette’s Punishment For Bucs-Saints Fight”

Mack Brown Furious With Officials: Fans React

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The Spun

By Daniel Bates Mack Brown had plenty to say to officials after a very questionable penalty call on fourth-and-goal that quickly resulted in six points for Notre Dame. The normally calm 71-year-old showed some of his fire on the sideline, throwing his hat and laying into a group of referees. Fans reacted to Brown’s blow-up on social media. A rare sighting down in Chapel Hill. Read More “Mack Brown Furious With Officials: Fans React”

Mark Zuckerberg’s Annus Horribilis

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The Street

By Luc Olinga The CEO of social media giant Meta Platforms will likely want to forget the year 2022. The year 2022 was to be that of Mark Zuckerberg. The 38-year-old billionaire seemed to have put the Cambridge Analytica scandal behind him, which had tarnished Facebook’s reputation. The social network had allowed the consulting firm, which partnered with the Donald Trump campaign team ahead of the 2016 presidential election, to harvest private data from tens of millions of its users that allowed it to profile voters. The king of social networks was ready to write a new chapter and launch Faceb… Read More “Mark Zuckerberg’s Annus Horribilis”

Azerbaijani minister instructs to suppress any provocations of Armenian armed forces

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Azer News

By Trend The official meeting, chaired by the Minister of Defense ofAzerbaijan, Colonel-General Zakir Hasanov, was held at the CentralCommand Post on September 24, Trend reports referring to the country’sDefense Ministry. During the meeting there was analyzed the current operationalsituation in the direction of Azerbaijan’s Kalbajar and Lachindistricts, as well as in the territory of Azerbaijan, where theRussian peacekeeping contingent is temporarily stationed. Hasanov gave specific instructions to increase the militarypersonnel’s vigilance and to immediately and decisively suppressany possibl… Read More “Azerbaijani minister instructs to suppress any provocations of Armenian armed forces”

A solar eclipse can promote psychological tendencies that are vital to collective life, study finds

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PsyPost

Have you ever witnessed a celestial event so awesome that it made you a better person? It probably seems like a silly question, but a study published in Psychological Science suggests that there are measurable social effects of these events; specifically, people inside of the path of a solar eclipse were less self-centered and more pro-social than those outside of the path. Outer space has been a human fascination for centuries and continues to be one to this day. From meteor showers to eclipses to blood moons, when there is a significant celestial event coming up, hordes of people are happy t… Read More “A solar eclipse can promote psychological tendencies that are vital to collective life, study finds”

Israeli artist Rami Meir: Azerkhalcha’s projects depict not only art but also Azerbaijan’s historical tolerance – INTERVIEW

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Azer News

Prominent Israeli artist Rami Meir came back to his homeland,Baku, with whom we met at the Azerkhalcha exhibition centre andtalked about his work and the purpose of the visit. We present an interview with the master, who celebrates his 60thbirthday this year, to Trend Life readers. Rami Meir was born in Baku, but his ancestors were from KrasnayaSloboda of Guba District, the place of compact residence ofMountain Jews. In the 1990s, he and his family emigrated to Israel;however, the love for his native Baku, the culture and history ofmultinational Azerbaijan is always preserved in his soul. He i… Read More “Israeli artist Rami Meir: Azerkhalcha’s projects depict not only art but also Azerbaijan’s historical tolerance – INTERVIEW”