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NFL Reacts To The Commanders’ New Mascot

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By Daniel Bates The Washington Commanders chose to carry on some of its former franchise’s history with the addition of their new mascot, Major Tuddy. The mascot is an obvious nod to “The Hogs” who defined the team during its most successful years under Joe Gibbs. Here was the Commanders’ announcement on Sunday: The NFL World reacted to Major Tuddy’s reveal on Twitter. “Why does everything with this franchise have to be so Goddamn cringy guys?” a fan asked. “C’mon man.” “A verified ball hog,” tweeted Jori Epstein. “Has this team ever done something right?” “Major Tuddy was dishonorably dischar… Read More “NFL Reacts To The Commanders’ New Mascot”

NFL Not Happy With LeBron James Today

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By Andrew Holleran LeBron James is trending on social media for what he said about Deshaun Watson on Sunday afternoon. Unsurprisingly, the responses to the tweet are interesting. “Yessir D Watson!! Another one. That boy getting his rhythm back! #Browns,” he tweeted on Sunday afternoon. Watson, of course, has been accused of sexual misconduct by more than 20 women. He returned from a lengthy NFL suspension earlier this season. NFL fans aren’t very happy with LeBron James for what he said about Deshaun Watson. “Dude stopped cheering for the Cowboys because of “morals” and actively cheers for Des… Read More “NFL Not Happy With LeBron James Today”

Look: Tom Brady’s Embarrassing “Flop” Is Going Viral Today

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By Daniel Bates One thing about Tom Brady… he’s going to try to get the call. In Sunday’s pivotal NFC South matchup between the Bucs and Panthers, the 45-year-old QB very clearly attempted to sell a roughing the passer call but the refs weren’t buying it. And neither were fans on Twitter. “New England Brady would have gotten this call,” the account said. “Naw this is so wrong lmao,” another laughed. “What a f—ing weirdo,” another said. “Awwww poor baby.” “This intentional grounding crybaby [expletive],” another tweeted. Brady and the Bucs find themselves down 21-10 to red hot Carolina in t… Read More “Look: Tom Brady’s Embarrassing “Flop” Is Going Viral Today”

Confronting hate in our society: There is no ‘other’ | Faith Matters

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It’s been almost 10 years now since 13-year-old Zainee Hailey of Newark was shot and killed on her own porch on Christmas night. She was an innocent bystander in a shooting that also took the lives of two teenage boys when a 15-year-old sought to avenge a slight of his girlfriend. I found this act so horrific that it raised my consciousness about the increasing innocent murders and violence in impoverished urban areas. After the massacre of five people in November in a Colorado Springs gay club, I reached out to Gary Stavella, the LGBTQ leader at my parish, Our Lady of Grace and St. Joseph, an… Read More “Confronting hate in our society: There is no ‘other’ | Faith Matters”

Vegan trends for 2023 and recipes to try, from Stem & Glory founder Louise Palmer-Masterton

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By newsdesk@iliffemedia.co.uk (Newsdesk Cambridge) With Veganuary sure to be popular again this January, Louise Palmer-Masterton, founder of Cambridge-based plant-based restaurant business Stem & Glory, looks ahead to the trends for 2023, and offers two recipes to try. Like it or loathe it, Veganuary is just around the corner and will once again be unavoidable in the media through the month of January. What started with 3,000 subscribers to a vegan pledge for the month of January in 2014, grew to 629,000 sign-ups in January 2022, and the movement shows no sign of slowing down in January 2023. … Read More “Vegan trends for 2023 and recipes to try, from Stem & Glory founder Louise Palmer-Masterton”

Why tequila is set to be the spirit of 2023

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By Steve Dinneen Would you pay more for tequila than Champagne? Did you see in the New Year with a shot or a flute? Tequila’s seedy, shot-slamming image is gradually fading away – it’s to be enjoyed slowly, to be appreciated, not simply downed. Recent figures by Allied Market Research suggest tequila has generated more than$8bn over the last twelve months and is set to rise to $24.10bn by 2031. Tequila sales have grown 70 per cent since last year and it’s in the ascendancy compared to other raw spirits. Premium tequilas are faring particularly well, seeing growth of 133 per cent year-on-year. … Read More “Why tequila is set to be the spirit of 2023”

Two Teams Reach Out to Rob Gronkowski About NFL Return – But Will He Comeback Again?

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Teams have expressed interest in signing Rob Gronkowski – but it’s unlikely that’s he seriously he considering a return, at least for the moment. The speculation started when the 33-year-old sent out a tweet this week that said “I’m kinda bored.” Not only did fans go wild over it, but even the NFL’s official account replied with an eyeball emoji. Soon after, Gronkowski made an appearance on FanDuel’s Up & Adams podcast and claimed that he was contacted by two NFL teams. “It was unbelievable. I won’t say who,” he said. “It was pretty nuts to me that everyone saw the tweet. It shows how far soci… Read More “Two Teams Reach Out to Rob Gronkowski About NFL Return – But Will He Comeback Again?”

UK Space Agency welcome further growth

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The UK Space Agency (UKSA) believe they have “huge potential” for even “more growth” in the near future. UK science’s involvement in space projects has “grown significantly” in the last decade, thanks to new ventures including plans to build the Lunar Gateway – a small space station orbiting the moon –work carried out by Imperial College London researchers on a sensor to monitor the effects of cosmic and solar rays on astronauts and equipment, and commercial outfit Thales Alenia Space UK’s ESPIRIT refuelling module, which will enable craft to safely refuel while in orbit. And Andrew Kuh, manag… Read More “UK Space Agency welcome further growth”

Miss Manners: My husband and in-laws snubbed my sister when she came to visit

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DEAR MISS MANNERS: I have an unusual houseguest situation. My in-laws visit frequently to see their grandkids, so much so that we call the guest bedroom Grandma and Papa’s room. This, I do not have a problem with; I have a good relationship with my in-laws and the break I get from the kids is welcome. Their last visit was a little unusual because my sister was also coming for one night, just to sleep on the couch as she traveled to another state. She was not taking anyone’s bed; she arrived after the kids had already gone to sleep, and would be leaving before many people even woke up. No one’s… Read More “Miss Manners: My husband and in-laws snubbed my sister when she came to visit”