Carvin

18 Feb 19
humor4mirror

It is a dream of every guitar lover to have a branded guitar, just like his / her rock idols. Unfortunately, these types of amateurs can’t afford this kind of guitar, due to the sky reaching prices, and therefore their dream is shattered. However, there’s a means to fix make these dreams come true. This […]

18 Feb 19
Nate Mundt

BROCKPORT, N.Y. — The year was 1975. Coming off the heels of the race riots that terrorized Rochester 9 years earlier, the city would have another racial incident to deal with. 18-year-old Denise Hawkins was running down a Rochester street from her abusive boyfriend when she was gunned down. Just like 9 years before, the […]

16 Feb 19
The Tone King | TheToneKing.com

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16 Feb 19
La tienda de Sexto Mario. Productos Educativos, la Historia para niños

Ce que je viens de dire d’ailleurs ici est ce que je ne devais comprendre que quelques minutes plus tard, plan cul gay aisne tant adherent a la realite ces proprietes d’etre invisible, jusqu’a ce qu’une circonstance l’ait depouillee d’elles. Chaloupe malgre ses Signaux envoye sa seconde, les hommes qui la montaient trouvant la 1^e […]

15 Feb 19
Carvin's poetry

Mom there are no words that can express how much you mean to me you saw something in me from the day I was born to now something I can’t see. I thank God he put in my life I couldn’t ask for anyone better and so in return to show I appreciate you I […]

15 Feb 19
Pointy Guitar

What can we say about Guy Mann-Dude? The erstwhile Guy Shiffman is associated with Michael Angelo Batio and Jon Anderson of Yes, among other industry heavyweights. As a drummer he filled in for Vinnie Colauitta. Oh, and he studied piano with the wizard-like Terry Trotter. As least the is what Wikipedia says. Though he had a […]

15 Feb 19
Swimming World News

Otylia Jedrzejczak, an Olympic Champion, a two-time World Champion, a five-time European Champion and a three-time world record holder, will become the first Polish honoree to be inducted into the International Swimming Hall of Fame as a member of the Class of 2019 during the Honoree Induction ceremony in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, on May 18, 2019. Meet […]

12 Feb 19
Urban Asian

Durban Brings the Laughter with the Best Kings and Queens Comedy Line-Up Durban brings the Kings and Queens Comedy Line-Up! One of Durban’s favourite Queens of Comedy, Celeste Ntuli, joins the royal entourage! She joins the upcoming Kings & Queens of Comedy at Durban ICC on February 16. Queen of Zulu Comedy, Celeste Ntuli, has […]

11 Feb 19
METAL PURGATORY MEDIA

Archspire have announced the details of their next installment of the Tech Trek Tour, with the fourth installment beginning this May. Support will be provided by Inferi, Virvum, and Wormhole. The band’s full post reads as follows: “Kiesel Guitars Carvin Guitars presents TECH TREK IV Archspire with support: INFERI VIRVUM Wormhole 05/09/19 Seattle, WA – […]

11 Feb 19
Swimming World News

Alfred Nakache, born Nov. 18, 1915 in Constantine, French Algeria, was a French Olympic swimmer and water polo player. He is one of only two Jewish Olympians to compete in the Olympic Games after surviving a concentration camp during the Holocaust. Alfred Nakache will be inducted into the International Swimming Hall of Fame as a […]

10 Feb 19
LEGENDS FROM THE MULTIVERSE

Sliz is a rogue. Sneaking around is his job, but it would be nice to be noticed once in a while.

08 Feb 19
Carvin's poetry

CAN I BE THE ONE U CALL ON WHENEVER UR IN TROUBLE I WOULD NEVER HESITATE I WOULD BE THERE ON THE DOUBLE. CAN I BE UR HERO THE ONE WHO PROTECTS U FROM HARM KNOWING U WOULD SAFE AND SECURE IN MY ARMS. CAN I BE THE ONE WHO MAKES U SMILE WHEN U […]

06 Feb 19
SpaRetailer.com

Longtime Lucite employee looking forward to more travel/family time In 2007, Chris Robinson was profiled in the first issue of SpaRetailer. At that time, he had already worked 20 years at Lucite. Now Robinson is retiring after 39 years with the company. He began his career working at the Remington Arms division of Dupont in […]

05 Feb 19
National Post

PASADENA, Calif. — The New England Patriots’ competitive but action-starved Super Bowl victory over the Los Angeles Rams was seen by 100.7 million people on television and streaming services, the smallest audience for football’s annual spectacle in a decade. A boycott by disgruntled New Orleans Saints fans, a campaign by fans of quarterback Colin Kaepernick […]

05 Feb 19
Boston Herald
By DAVID BAUDER PASADENA, Calif. (AP) — The New England Patriots’ competitive but action-starved Super Bowl victory over the Los Angeles Rams was seen by 100.7 million people on television and streaming services, the smallest audience for football’s annual spectacle in a decade. A boycott by disgruntled New Orleans Saints fans, a campaign by fans of quarterback Colin Kaepernick and a game with only one touchdown combined to shrink the audience. On CBS alone, the game was seen by 98.2 million people, compared to 103.4 million who watched on NBC last year, according to the Nielsen company. Since reaching a peak of 114.4 million viewers for the Patriots’ 2015 victory over the Seattle Seahawks, the Super Bowl audience has slipped each year since. The Super Bowl is traditionally the most-watched television event of the year in the U.S., and its audience hadn’t dipped below 100 million since the Pittsburgh Steelers-Arizona Cardinals game in 2009. CBS dealt with a city that held a major grudge. Many fans in New Orleans, where the hometown Saints were victimized by a blown referee’s call toward the end of its loss to the Rams in the NFC championship, skipped the game entirely. Preliminary ratings from New Orleans showed that Super Bowl viewership this year was half what it was in 2018. New Orleans’ Times Picayune newspaper printed a mostly blank front page on Monday with the words, “Super Bowl?” What Super Bowl?” The newspaper asked, “you think the NFL is sad that the Saints weren’t in it to spice up the night?” There was also a campaign on Twitter by people who said they would not watch the game because of Kaepernick, the former San Francisco 49ers quarterback who hasn’t been able to land a job in the NFL since leading demonstrations in protest of police treatment of minorities. After a season of offensive fireworks and conference championships that both went into overtime, Sunday’s game was a defensive struggle where the teams were tied 3-3 entering the fourth quarter. That’s a tough slog for the casual fan, and the Super Bowl draws millions who don’t watch football regularly. At one point CBS commentator Tony Romo said, “this is hard to watch.” Others were blunter still. The website The Ringer said that “the historically boring Super Bowl sent football back to the Stone Age.” Cindy Boren of The Washington Post wrote that it was “a snore of a Super Bowl.” The New York Times headlined a story: “How boring was the Super Bowl? The punts got exciting.” The words “boring” and “Super Bowl” appeared in the same tweets more than 70,000 times in the past 24 hours. The words “worst” and “Super Bowl” were matched more than 50,000 times. If anything, football fans have been spoiled by a string of competitive Super Bowls after many years in which big game blowouts became commonplace. This year the game’s outcome was in doubt until the final seconds, but it had only one touchdown and few scoring threats. [related_articles location=”left” show_article_date=”false” article_type=”automatic-primary-tag”] The one growth area for CBS was streaming. The network said an average of 2.6 million people streamed the game, up 31 percent over last year. CBS did achieve its goal of having a large audience sample its new talent show, “The World’s Best.” Nielsen said 22.2 million people watched the show’s debut, the most-watched entertainment show since the Oscars last year and the biggest entertainment premiere on TV since “Undercover Boss” debuted after the Super Bowl nine years ago. ___ Associated Press reporter Eric Carvin in New York contributed to this report.