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22 Mar 19
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A while back, my brother offhandedly asked me about building him a replica ammunition box for his Civil War reenactments. At the time, he sent me a link to a YouTube video and a written tutorial on how to make these by hand. Here are some pictures of munitions boxes from that period: Source And […]

22 Mar 19
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Over 200 million Facebook passwords exposed internally

In a statement released today, Facebook divulged that some user passwords were being stored in readable format on certain internal data storage systems within the company. While the statement does not provide details on how or why the passwords were being stored in plain text, it does assure users that the issue has since been fixed and that potentially compromised accounts would be alerted.

22 Mar 19
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ADAM Johnson is one of many high profile footballers to spend…

22 Mar 19
The Scottish Sun
ADAM Johnson is one of many high profile footballers to spend time behind bars. But how many have managed to find a new club once they have been freed? Adam Johnson was jailed for sexual activity with a 15-year-old girl Ched Evans In April 2012, the Sheffield United and Wales striker was found guilty of raping a 19-year-old woman at a hotel in Rhyl in May 2011. He was sentenced to five years in jail but was released on licence in October 2014 while continuing to protest his innocence. Evans struggled to resume his career with clubs such as Sheffield United, Oldham Athletic and Grimsby Town all backing out of proposed moves for the striker largely due to public pressure and fears of a backlash. His case was referred to the Court of Appeal by the Criminal Cases Review Commission based on “new material which was not considered by the jury at trial”. In March 2016, his case was heard by the appeal court which eventually quashed his conviction the following month. At his retrial in October 2016, Evans was found not guilty. He resumed his footballing career in 2016, first playing for Chesterfield, before re-signing for Sheffield United. Evans is currently on loan at Fleetwood Town. Ched Evans had his rape conviction quashed and was found not guilty in his retrial Lee Hughes In 2004, the former West Bromwich Albion striker was jailed for six years for causing the death of father-of-four Douglas Graham by dangerous driving. Hughes served three years in Featherstone Prison, in Staffordshire. He resumed his career in 2007 at clubs including Oldham Athletic and Notts County. Hughes is currently player-manager of Halesowen Town. Luke McCormick The former Plymouth Argyle goalkeeper was jailed for seven years and four months in 2008 for killing Arron Peak, ten, and his brother Ben, eight. He fell asleep at the wheel while returning home drunk from a teammate’s wedding. The goalie has turned his life around since his release in 2012. After stints at Truro City and Oxford United he re-signed for Plymouth Argyle where he spent five seasons and was made club captain in 2014. He currently plays for Swindon Town. Tony Adams beat his problems with booze and enjoyed a glittering career with Arsenal Tony Adams The former Arsenal and England defender was sentenced to four months in jail after he crashed his car into a wall in Essex while drunk in 1990. Adams – who is the only man to captain league winning sides in three different decades – has become one of the UK’s most high profile recovering alcoholics. After winning his battle with booze, he went on to captain England at major tournaments and won two league and cup doubles under the stewardship of Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger. Adams also founded the Sporting Chance clinic to help athletes deal with drink, drug and gambling addiction. Joey Barton is one of football’s most infamous bad boys Joey Barton Barton was jailed for six months in May 2008 for attacking a man in Liverpool city centre. The then Newcastle player was caught on CCTV kicking and punching his victim to the ground while drunk. Barton served 78 days and was freed in July 2008. However, he was also given a four month suspended sentence in the same month for brutally attacking Manchester City teammate Dabo in a training ground incident in May 2007. Barton continued his career at QPR, Burnley and Rangers while also spending a year on loan at French giants Marseille in 2012-2013. He is currently the manager of League One football club Fleetwood Town. Jermaine Pennant The Arsenal winger was sentenced to three months in jail for drink-driving and driving while disqualified in 2005. After his release, he became one of the first players to play while wearing an electronic tag. He continued to enjoy a high profile career at Liverpool, Real Zaragoza and Stoke City among others. Duncan Ferguson was jailed for this headbutt on Raith Rovers’ John McStay at Ibrox in 1994 Duncan Ferguson The Rangers striker was jailed for three months for head-butting Raith Rovers defender John McStay in April 1994. He was the first player to be jailed for an on-pitch offence and served 44 days in Glasgow’s notorious Barlinnie prison. Ferguson eventually moved to England where he became a club legend at Everton while also having two seasons at Newcastle United. Marlon King was convicted of sexually assaulting a woman in 2008 Marlon King Perhaps the most prolific criminal on the list is ex-Birmingham City star King. The striker has been given sentences for offences including dangerous driving, assaulting a woman and handling a stolen car. In 2014 King was jailed for 18 months after pleading guilty to a charge of dangerous driving after a crash left another motorist injured. The court heard that King had been eating an ice cream at the wheel of his Porsche when he caused a three-car pile-up on the A46 in Nottinghamshire. In 2008 he was convicted of sexually assaulting and breaking the nose of a woman in London. And in 2002 he was given an 18-month prison sentence for handling a stolen car while playing for Gillingham. Incredibly, King’s ability to score goals in the Championship meant he enjoyed stints at Wigan, Coventry, Birmingham and Sheffield United despite his conviction for sexual assault. [article-rail-section title=”LATEST FOOTBALL NEWS” posts_category=”3″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”recent” /] Adam Johnson In March 2015, Johnson was arrested and charged with sexual activity with a 15-year-old girl. At the start of his trial in February 2016 he was earning £60,000 a week playing for the Sunderland. He was finally sacked by the club after he pleaded guilty to grooming and sexual activity with a child. Johnson admitted two of the charges, but denied others. After a trial he was found guilty of sexual activity with the child in March 2016. He was cleared of one charge relating to another alleged sexual act. Jailing the shamed star for six years, judge Jonathan Rose told him he had abused a position of trust and caused his victim “severe psychological harm”. Johnson was freed from prison on March 22 after serving half of his six-year sentence for child sex offences. However, the 31-years-old’s footballing career remains in limbo. It has been reported that ALL Football League clubs have said they do not want the shamed winger. [bc_video video_id=”6016846646001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Adam Johnson ‘shunned by ALL Football League clubs who refuse to go near paedo winger’ as he’s released”] We pay for your stories! 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22 Mar 19
The Sun
ADAM Johnson is one of many high profile footballers to spend time behind bars. But how many have managed to find a new club once they have been freed? Adam Johnson was jailed for sexual activity with a 15-year-old girl Ched Evans In April 2012, the Sheffield United and Wales striker was found guilty of raping a 19-year-old woman at a hotel in Rhyl in May 2011. He was sentenced to five years in jail but was released on licence in October 2014 while continuing to protest his innocence. Evans struggled to resume his career with clubs such as Sheffield United, Oldham Athletic and Grimsby Town all backing out of proposed moves for the striker largely due to public pressure and fears of a backlash. His case was referred to the Court of Appeal by the Criminal Cases Review Commission based on “new material which was not considered by the jury at trial”. In March 2016, his case was heard by the appeal court which eventually quashed his conviction the following month. At his retrial in October 2016, Evans was found not guilty. He resumed his footballing career in 2016, first playing for Chesterfield, before re-signing for Sheffield United. Evans is currently on loan at Fleetwood Town. Ched Evans had his rape conviction quashed and was found not guilty in his retrial Lee Hughes In 2004, the former West Bromwich Albion striker was jailed for six years for causing the death of father-of-four Douglas Graham by dangerous driving. Hughes served three years in Featherstone Prison, in Staffordshire. He resumed his career in 2007 at clubs including Oldham Athletic and Notts County. Hughes is currently player-manager of Halesowen Town. Luke McCormick The former Plymouth Argyle goalkeeper was jailed for seven years and four months in 2008 for killing Arron Peak, ten, and his brother Ben, eight. He fell asleep at the wheel while returning home drunk from a teammate’s wedding. The goalie has turned his life around since his release in 2012. After stints at Truro City and Oxford United he re-signed for Plymouth Argyle where he spent five seasons and was made club captain in 2014. He currently plays for Swindon Town. Tony Adams beat his problems with booze and enjoyed a glittering career with Arsenal Tony Adams The former Arsenal and England defender was sentenced to four months in jail after he crashed his car into a wall in Essex while drunk in 1990. Adams – who is the only man to captain league winning sides in three different decades – has become one of the UK’s most high profile recovering alcoholics. After winning his battle with booze, he went on to captain England at major tournaments and won two league and cup doubles under the stewardship of Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger. Adams also founded the Sporting Chance clinic to help athletes deal with drink, drug and gambling addiction. Joey Barton is one of football’s most infamous bad boys Joey Barton Barton was jailed for six months in May 2008 for attacking a man in Liverpool city centre. The then Newcastle player was caught on CCTV kicking and punching his victim to the ground while drunk. Barton served 78 days and was freed in July 2008. However, he was also given a four month suspended sentence in the same month for brutally attacking Manchester City teammate Dabo in a training ground incident in May 2007. Barton continued his career at QPR, Burnley and Rangers while also spending a year on loan at French giants Marseille in 2012-2013. He is currently the manager of League One football club Fleetwood Town. Jermaine Pennant The Arsenal winger was sentenced to three months in jail for drink-driving and driving while disqualified in 2005. After his release, he became one of the first players to play while wearing an electronic tag. He continued to enjoy a high profile career at Liverpool, Real Zaragoza and Stoke City among others. Duncan Ferguson was jailed for this headbutt on Raith Rovers’ John McStay at Ibrox in 1994 Duncan Ferguson The Rangers striker was jailed for three months for head-butting Raith Rovers defender John McStay in April 1994. He was the first player to be jailed for an on-pitch offence and served 44 days in Glasgow’s notorious Barlinnie prison. Ferguson eventually moved to England where he became a club legend at Everton while also having two seasons at Newcastle United. Marlon King was convicted of sexually assaulting a woman in 2008 Marlon King Perhaps the most prolific criminal on the list is ex-Birmingham City star King. The striker has been given sentences for offences including dangerous driving, assaulting a woman and handling a stolen car. In 2014 King was jailed for 18 months after pleading guilty to a charge of dangerous driving after a crash left another motorist injured. The court heard that King had been eating an ice cream at the wheel of his Porsche when he caused a three-car pile-up on the A46 in Nottinghamshire. In 2008 he was convicted of sexually assaulting and breaking the nose of a woman in London. And in 2002 he was given an 18-month prison sentence for handling a stolen car while playing for Gillingham. Incredibly, King’s ability to score goals in the Championship meant he enjoyed stints at Wigan, Coventry, Birmingham and Sheffield United despite his conviction for sexual assault. [article-rail-section title=”LATEST FOOTBALL NEWS” posts_category=”339″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”recent” /] Adam Johnson In March 2015, Johnson was arrested and charged with sexual activity with a 15-year-old girl. At the start of his trial in February 2016 he was earning £60,000 a week playing for the Sunderland. He was finally sacked by the club after he pleaded guilty to grooming and sexual activity with a child. Johnson admitted two of the charges, but denied others. After a trial he was found guilty of sexual activity with the child in March 2016. He was cleared of one charge relating to another alleged sexual act. Jailing the shamed star for six years, judge Jonathan Rose told him he had abused a position of trust and caused his victim “severe psychological harm”. Johnson was freed from prison on March 22 after serving half of his six-year sentence for child sex offences. However, the 31-years-old’s footballing career remains in limbo. It has been reported that ALL Football League clubs have said they do not want the shamed winger. [bc_video video_id=”6016846646001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Adam Johnson ‘shunned by ALL Football League clubs who refuse to go near paedo winger’ as he’s released”] We pay for your stories! 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22 Mar 19
The Irish Sun
ADAM Johnson is one of many high profile footballers to spend time behind bars. But how many have managed to find a new club once they have been freed? Adam Johnson was jailed for sexual activity with a 15-year-old girl Ched Evans In April 2012, the Sheffield United and Wales striker was found guilty of raping a 19-year-old woman at a hotel in Rhyl in May 2011. He was sentenced to five years in jail but was released on licence in October 2014 while continuing to protest his innocence. Evans struggled to resume his career with clubs such as Sheffield United, Oldham Athletic and Grimsby Town all backing out of proposed moves for the striker largely due to public pressure and fears of a backlash. His case was referred to the Court of Appeal by the Criminal Cases Review Commission based on “new material which was not considered by the jury at trial”. In March 2016, his case was heard by the appeal court which eventually quashed his conviction the following month. At his retrial in October 2016, Evans was found not guilty. He resumed his footballing career in 2016, first playing for Chesterfield, before re-signing for Sheffield United. Evans is currently on loan at Fleetwood Town. Ched Evans had his rape conviction quashed and was found not guilty in his retrial Lee Hughes In 2004, the former West Bromwich Albion striker was jailed for six years for causing the death of father-of-four Douglas Graham by dangerous driving. Hughes served three years in Featherstone Prison, in Staffordshire. He resumed his career in 2007 at clubs including Oldham Athletic and Notts County. Hughes is currently player-manager of Halesowen Town. Luke McCormick The former Plymouth Argyle goalkeeper was jailed for seven years and four months in 2008 for killing Arron Peak, ten, and his brother Ben, eight. He fell asleep at the wheel while returning home drunk from a teammate’s wedding. The goalie has turned his life around since his release in 2012. After stints at Truro City and Oxford United he re-signed for Plymouth Argyle where he spent five seasons and was made club captain in 2014. He currently plays for Swindon Town. Tony Adams beat his problems with booze and enjoyed a glittering career with Arsenal Tony Adams The former Arsenal and England defender was sentenced to four months in jail after he crashed his car into a wall in Essex while drunk in 1990. Adams – who is the only man to captain league winning sides in three different decades – has become one of the UK’s most high profile recovering alcoholics. After winning his battle with booze, he went on to captain England at major tournaments and won two league and cup doubles under the stewardship of Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger. Adams also founded the Sporting Chance clinic to help athletes deal with drink, drug and gambling addiction. Joey Barton is one of football’s most infamous bad boys Joey Barton Barton was jailed for six months in May 2008 for attacking a man in Liverpool city centre. The then Newcastle player was caught on CCTV kicking and punching his victim to the ground while drunk. Barton served 78 days and was freed in July 2008. However, he was also given a four month suspended sentence in the same month for brutally attacking Manchester City teammate Dabo in a training ground incident in May 2007. Barton continued his career at QPR, Burnley and Rangers while also spending a year on loan at French giants Marseille in 2012-2013. He is currently the manager of League One football club Fleetwood Town. Jermaine Pennant The Arsenal winger was sentenced to three months in jail for drink-driving and driving while disqualified in 2005. After his release, he became one of the first players to play while wearing an electronic tag. He continued to enjoy a high profile career at Liverpool, Real Zaragoza and Stoke City among others. Duncan Ferguson was jailed for this headbutt on Raith Rovers’ John McStay at Ibrox in 1994 Duncan Ferguson The Rangers striker was jailed for three months for head-butting Raith Rovers defender John McStay in April 1994. He was the first player to be jailed for an on-pitch offence and served 44 days in Glasgow’s notorious Barlinnie prison. Ferguson eventually moved to England where he became a club legend at Everton while also having two seasons at Newcastle United. Marlon King was convicted of sexually assaulting a woman in 2008 Marlon King Perhaps the most prolific criminal on the list is ex-Birmingham City star King. The striker has been given sentences for offences including dangerous driving, assaulting a woman and handling a stolen car. In 2014 King was jailed for 18 months after pleading guilty to a charge of dangerous driving after a crash left another motorist injured. The court heard that King had been eating an ice cream at the wheel of his Porsche when he caused a three-car pile-up on the A46 in Nottinghamshire. In 2008 he was convicted of sexually assaulting and breaking the nose of a woman in London. And in 2002 he was given an 18-month prison sentence for handling a stolen car while playing for Gillingham. Incredibly, King’s ability to score goals in the Championship meant he enjoyed stints at Wigan, Coventry, Birmingham and Sheffield United despite his conviction for sexual assault. [article-rail-section title=”LATEST FOOTBALL NEWS” posts_category=”10″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”recent” /] Adam Johnson In March 2015, Johnson was arrested and charged with sexual activity with a 15-year-old girl. At the start of his trial in February 2016 he was earning £60,000 a week playing for the Sunderland. He was finally sacked by the club after he pleaded guilty to grooming and sexual activity with a child. Johnson admitted two of the charges, but denied others. After a trial he was found guilty of sexual activity with the child in March 2016. He was cleared of one charge relating to another alleged sexual act. Jailing the shamed star for six years, judge Jonathan Rose told him he had abused a position of trust and caused his victim “severe psychological harm”. Johnson was freed from prison on March 22 after serving half of his six-year sentence for child sex offences. However, the 31-years-old’s footballing career remains in limbo. It has been reported that ALL Football League clubs have said they do not want the shamed winger. [bc_video video_id=”6016846646001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Adam Johnson ‘shunned by ALL Football League clubs who refuse to go near paedo winger’ as he’s released”] We pay for your stories! 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22 Mar 19
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Android Daily update ⋅ March 22, 2019 NEWS This clever scam lets advertisers make money by draining your Android phone The Verge Remember when we learned it was theoretically possible for a webpage — or app — to steal your processor cycles to mine cryptocurrency, potentially … Flag as irrelevant Browse safely and securely with Opera's […]

22 Mar 19
Scenic Writer's Shack

If your junk email inbox is anything like mine, then like me, every week you too are forced to employ nothing short of heavy-duty earth-moving equipment to clear away the mountain of excrescence that has built up over the preceding seven days. You KNOW the type of ooze I’m referring to – emails from the ‘Healthy […]

22 Mar 19
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22 Mar 19
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We are overjoyed to organize the 5th Annual Sankofa Sisterhood Writers Retreat to be held once again in the Catskill Mountains, NY This year’s theme is: The Writer’s Journey for Survival:   Connecting to Wellness and Moving Towards Wholeness May 24 – May 27, 2019 This past year has been filled with constant aggression towards women […]

21 Mar 19
Motherhood and Manuscripts

I went to school to be a teacher. A college English instructor, specifically. Based on my educational history, I’m considered a content expert. My degrees are in English, concentration, British Literature. My coursework consisted of theory and exposition. I learned to analyze and theorize, research and inquire. But I did not learn to apply. So […]

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