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20 May 19
RISE OF THE ZOMBIE HOOLIGAN FILMS

4 out of 10 REVIEW COMING SOON Release date: 15th March 2019 (DVD premiere) Director: Kristoffer Nyholm (Taboo (TV) / The Enfield Haunting (TV) / The Killing (TV)) Cast: Gerard Butler, Peter Mullan, Connor Swindells, Soren Malling, Olafur Darri Olafsson, Ken Drury, Emma King and Gary Lewis Writer: Celyn Jones & Joe Bone Trailer: WHAT […]

20 May 19
The Beacon

Drake Wilcox and the Sheboygan Lutheran golf team crushed the competition Thursday at the Big East Conference championship meet at Blackwolf Run – Meadow Valleys. The junior fired a 78 to finish seven strokes ahead of the competition, and the Crusaders won the meet, seven strokes ahead of Howards Grove. Last year, the Tigers won […]

20 May 19
O'Connor Flight Following

She made her way into my heart back in November of 2018. She had fallen in the parking lot and had a bloody knee. Her nanny gathered up all the other little ones, and never realized what had happened. Naturally, I scooped her up and brought her to our house to clean up her wounds. […]

20 May 19
limi3past texas

Assassin’s Creed 3 or AC 3, the game sequel to AC: Revelations – fight the Templars with Desmond Miles but don’t blow your cover with the stealth game. AdOntdek de mooiste merken en artikelen online bij de Bijenkorf. Bekijk nu! AdVind game pc als je nu zoekt. AdHoge kwaliteit Game PC’s voor Scherpe Prijzen. Bestel […]

20 May 19
Dating, Breaking News, Celeb Gossip & Everything College | CC

English Actress Lena Headey is best known for her chilling portrayal of the most ruthless queen in television history —  Cersei Lannister in Game of Thrones. She has been nominated for four Primetime Emmy Awards and one Golden Globe for Best Supporting Actress in a drama series in 2017. TV Critics have consistently argued that she […]

20 May 19
Kyler Fey's Page of Things

For some reason this piece of filthy fanfic that I wrote years ago has had actually had some readers on Wattpad, which is amazing because its fandom is super-niche and super-queer (combining SeaQuest, Star Trek and Terminator), and it opens with a scene of an alternate version of me being executed in William Faulkner’s fictional […]

20 May 19
The Irish Sun
RELEASED by Ipswich at 16, goalkeeper Will Fuller thought his dreams of playing in the big time were over. But after his penalty shootout heroics last Sunday, he and Cardiff Met Uni FC have achieved the seemingly impossible and qualified for next season’s Europa League. Fuller recovered from nine months out earlier in the season to help send his team on a European adventure A tearful Will Fuller is congratulated by Joel Edwards after managing to save three penalties A team made up of the University’s students and alumni, Fuller and co are now eyeing fairy-tale ties against the likes of Wolves, Rangers and even the daddy of them all, Manchester United. For they are now in the hat for the Preliminary Round draw after the Welsh Premier League side beat Bala Town in a play-off to claim the country’s last European place. The win landed the club a £193,000 golden cheque — and they will now be waiting nervously for the draw on June 11. Before having the chance of taking on the giants they have a two-legged tie against a qualifier from one of Kosovo, Northern Ireland, San Marino, Luxembourg, Andorra, Gibraltar or the Faroe Islands. If negotiated successfully they will then find themselves in the First qualifying round, where Nuno Espirito Santo and Steven Gerrard’s sides will be waiting. Fuller, 25, was the shootout star against Bala, saving three penalties to kick-start their European adventure. And it tastes even sweeter having missed out on the Europa League the last two years after losing in the final. He said: “I’d been saving them up. I don’t think I’d saved one in about five years, but I did it when it mattered most. “We’re lucky to have a sports performance analysis course at University with a team who work with us week in week out putting videos together of the opposition. “They’d clipped up all their penalties from the season, so I had a bit of an idea of where to go. Bradley Woolridge (left) and Emlyn Lewis (right) lift the trophy for a side made up of the Welsh university’s students and alumni “And I prepared the water bottle before the game, with the tape around it and marker pen on it of what to do for each player – I just got it right in the moment. “None of us get paid and we just do it for the love of it. And it was just raw emotion afterwards, with a few tears and a lot of hugs. To top off this season by getting into Europe is amazing, and to be put in the same bracket as the like of Rangers and Wolves is crazy. “Even after losing the final in the last two we didn’t think the dream was over. We always speak as a group about never having arrived. Even now, we’ve not arrived. “There’s more to do and we want to carry on and progress onto bigger and better things. And we’ve now got an opportunity and platform to do that in the Europa League.” The win was reward for years of hard work for a team managed by Christian Edwards, the former Swansea, Nottingham Forest and Bristol Rovers defender. In the last eight years they’ve risen from Wales’ fourth-tier to the Premier League. And Fuller has been with them every step of the way, moving to Cardiff at 18 to study an undergraduate degree. He did a Masters in sports psychology and now works as a training and development manager for a medical company that “sells human tissue”. ‘NEVER GIVE UP’ He added: “I was released at Ipswich at 16 – I got picked up late and bombed off pretty quick! I’m still a fan though and it hasn’t changed my feelings towards the club. “Connor Wickham was in my age group and while I have fond memories I never quite made the grade. “I then had two years down at Salisbury City before they went bankrupt and have played at Uni since then. “You’ve just got to never give up and keep working hard in the hope that you have more days like Sunday and stories to tell the kids and grandkids.” The first-leg is on the 28 June so the squad have been given two weeks off, time to reflect and gear up themselves up mentally as they seek to prolong the dream. Fuller only managed a handful of games during the season having missed around nine months of the season after needing his quad re-attached. But the Suffolk boy is back to full-fitness and looking forward some R&R before training starts in earnest ahead of the first-leg on June 28. [article-rail-section title=”MOST READ IN SPORT” posts_category=”18″ posts_number=”12″ query_type=”popular” /] He said: “Days like this won’t come along very often and who knows what we can go on to do. If you’d told us eight years ago that one day we’d qualify for Europe as a group then we all would have laughed. “If we can move on and keep progressing then let’s see what we can do. These clubs being talked about are massive, massive clubs with European pedigree and history. “But we’ve got to get through before we can even think about it so we can’t get too far ahead of ourselves.” Elliot Evans gets the party started after smashing home the decisive penalty The champagne was flowing after Cardiff Met Uni FC reached the Europa League after a dramatic penalty shootout win against Bala Town [bc_video video_id=”6029414686001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Football player Bendrix Parra misses penalty after attempting a Panenka “]
20 May 19
The Scottish Sun
RELEASED by Ipswich at 16, goalkeeper Will Fuller thought his dreams of playing in the big time were over. But after his penalty shootout heroics last Sunday, he and Cardiff Met Uni FC have achieved the seemingly impossible and qualified for next season’s Europa League. Fuller recovered from nine months out earlier in the season to help send his team on a European adventure A tearful Will Fuller is congratulated by Joel Edwards after managing to save three penalties A team made up of the University’s students and alumni, Fuller and co are now eyeing fairy-tale ties against the likes of Wolves, Rangers and even the daddy of them all, Manchester United. For they are now in the hat for the Preliminary Round draw after the Welsh Premier League side beat Bala Town in a play-off to claim the country’s last European place. The win landed the club a £193,000 golden cheque — and they will now be waiting nervously for the draw on June 11. Before having the chance of taking on the giants they have a two-legged tie against a qualifier from one of Kosovo, Northern Ireland, San Marino, Luxembourg, Andorra, Gibraltar or the Faroe Islands. If negotiated successfully they will then find themselves in the First qualifying round, where Nuno Espirito Santo and Steven Gerrard’s sides will be waiting. Fuller, 25, was the shootout star against Bala, saving three penalties to kick-start their European adventure. And it tastes even sweeter having missed out on the Europa League the last two years after losing in the final. He said: “I’d been saving them up. I don’t think I’d saved one in about five years, but I did it when it mattered most. “We’re lucky to have a sports performance analysis course at University with a team who work with us week in week out putting videos together of the opposition. “They’d clipped up all their penalties from the season, so I had a bit of an idea of where to go. Bradley Woolridge (left) and Emlyn Lewis (right) lift the trophy for a side made up of the Welsh university’s students and alumni “And I prepared the water bottle before the game, with the tape around it and marker pen on it of what to do for each player – I just got it right in the moment. “None of us get paid and we just do it for the love of it. And it was just raw emotion afterwards, with a few tears and a lot of hugs. To top off this season by getting into Europe is amazing, and to be put in the same bracket as the like of Rangers and Wolves is crazy. “Even after losing the final in the last two we didn’t think the dream was over. We always speak as a group about never having arrived. Even now, we’ve not arrived. “There’s more to do and we want to carry on and progress onto bigger and better things. And we’ve now got an opportunity and platform to do that in the Europa League.” The win was reward for years of hard work for a team managed by Christian Edwards, the former Swansea, Nottingham Forest and Bristol Rovers defender. In the last eight years they’ve risen from Wales’ fourth-tier to the Premier League. And Fuller has been with them every step of the way, moving to Cardiff at 18 to study an undergraduate degree. He did a Masters in sports psychology and now works as a training and development manager for a medical company that “sells human tissue”. ‘NEVER GIVE UP’ He added: “I was released at Ipswich at 16 – I got picked up late and bombed off pretty quick! I’m still a fan though and it hasn’t changed my feelings towards the club. “Connor Wickham was in my age group and while I have fond memories I never quite made the grade. “I then had two years down at Salisbury City before they went bankrupt and have played at Uni since then. “You’ve just got to never give up and keep working hard in the hope that you have more days like Sunday and stories to tell the kids and grandkids.” The first-leg is on the 28 June so the squad have been given two weeks off, time to reflect and gear up themselves up mentally as they seek to prolong the dream. Fuller only managed a handful of games during the season having missed around nine months of the season after needing his quad re-attached. But the Suffolk boy is back to full-fitness and looking forward some R&R before training starts in earnest ahead of the first-leg on June 28. [article-rail-section title=”MOST READ IN SPORT” posts_category=”4″ posts_number=”12″ query_type=”popular” /] He said: “Days like this won’t come along very often and who knows what we can go on to do. If you’d told us eight years ago that one day we’d qualify for Europe as a group then we all would have laughed. “If we can move on and keep progressing then let’s see what we can do. These clubs being talked about are massive, massive clubs with European pedigree and history. “But we’ve got to get through before we can even think about it so we can’t get too far ahead of ourselves.” Elliot Evans gets the party started after smashing home the decisive penalty The champagne was flowing after Cardiff Met Uni FC reached the Europa League after a dramatic penalty shootout win against Bala Town [bc_video video_id=”6029414686001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Football player Bendrix Parra misses penalty after attempting a Panenka “]
20 May 19
The Sun
RELEASED by Ipswich at 16, goalkeeper Will Fuller thought his dreams of playing in the big time were over. But after his penalty shootout heroics last Sunday, he and Cardiff Met Uni FC have achieved the seemingly impossible and qualified for next season’s Europa League. Fuller recovered from nine months out earlier in the season to help send his team on a European adventure A tearful Will Fuller is congratulated by Joel Edwards after managing to save three penalties A team made up of the University’s students and alumni, Fuller and co are now eyeing fairy-tale ties against the likes of Wolves, Rangers and even the daddy of them all, Manchester United. For they are now in the hat for the Preliminary Round draw after the Welsh Premier League side beat Bala Town in a play-off to claim the country’s last European place. The win landed the club a £193,000 golden cheque — and they will now be waiting nervously for the draw on June 11. Before having the chance of taking on the giants they have a two-legged tie against a qualifier from one of Kosovo, Northern Ireland, San Marino, Luxembourg, Andorra, Gibraltar or the Faroe Islands. If negotiated successfully they will then find themselves in the First qualifying round, where Nuno Espirito Santo and Steven Gerrard’s sides will be waiting. Fuller, 25, was the shootout star against Bala, saving three penalties to kick-start their European adventure. And it tastes even sweeter having missed out on the Europa League the last two years after losing in the final. He said: “I’d been saving them up. I don’t think I’d saved one in about five years, but I did it when it mattered most. “We’re lucky to have a sports performance analysis course at University with a team who work with us week in week out putting videos together of the opposition. “They’d clipped up all their penalties from the season, so I had a bit of an idea of where to go. Bradley Woolridge (left) and Emlyn Lewis (right) lift the trophy for a side made up of the Welsh university’s students and alumni “And I prepared the water bottle before the game, with the tape around it and marker pen on it of what to do for each player – I just got it right in the moment. “None of us get paid and we just do it for the love of it. And it was just raw emotion afterwards, with a few tears and a lot of hugs. To top off this season by getting into Europe is amazing, and to be put in the same bracket as the like of Rangers and Wolves is crazy. “Even after losing the final in the last two we didn’t think the dream was over. We always speak as a group about never having arrived. Even now, we’ve not arrived. “There’s more to do and we want to carry on and progress onto bigger and better things. And we’ve now got an opportunity and platform to do that in the Europa League.” The win was reward for years of hard work for a team managed by Christian Edwards, the former Swansea, Nottingham Forest and Bristol Rovers defender. In the last eight years they’ve risen from Wales’ fourth-tier to the Premier League. And Fuller has been with them every step of the way, moving to Cardiff at 18 to study an undergraduate degree. He did a Masters in sports psychology and now works as a training and development manager for a medical company that “sells human tissue”. ‘NEVER GIVE UP’ He added: “I was released at Ipswich at 16 – I got picked up late and bombed off pretty quick! I’m still a fan though and it hasn’t changed my feelings towards the club. “Connor Wickham was in my age group and while I have fond memories I never quite made the grade. “I then had two years down at Salisbury City before they went bankrupt and have played at Uni since then. “You’ve just got to never give up and keep working hard in the hope that you have more days like Sunday and stories to tell the kids and grandkids.” The first-leg is on the 28 June so the squad have been given two weeks off, time to reflect and gear up themselves up mentally as they seek to prolong the dream. Fuller only managed a handful of games during the season having missed around nine months of the season after needing his quad re-attached. But the Suffolk boy is back to full-fitness and looking forward some R&R before training starts in earnest ahead of the first-leg on June 28. [article-rail-section title=”MOST READ IN SPORT” posts_category=”321″ posts_number=”12″ query_type=”popular” /] He said: “Days like this won’t come along very often and who knows what we can go on to do. If you’d told us eight years ago that one day we’d qualify for Europe as a group then we all would have laughed. “If we can move on and keep progressing then let’s see what we can do. These clubs being talked about are massive, massive clubs with European pedigree and history. “But we’ve got to get through before we can even think about it so we can’t get too far ahead of ourselves.” Elliot Evans gets the party started after smashing home the decisive penalty The champagne was flowing after Cardiff Met Uni FC reached the Europa League after a dramatic penalty shootout win against Bala Town [bc_video video_id=”6029414686001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Football player Bendrix Parra misses penalty after attempting a Panenka “]
20 May 19
Abelden

Held on Monday, 20 May 2019 in the Discord channel of the Reichsversammlung. Presided over by Hon. Connor Stumperth, Third Deputy Speaker. Members in attendance (in order of presence):Hon. Connor Stumperth, Third Deputy SpeakerHon. Stephen FreaythHon. Edward Daniels, VorsitzenderHon. Alejandro WhyattHon. Austin Jaax, Second Deputy Speaker One amendment to a previously passed bill was presented […]

20 May 19
Canadian Baseball

The roster selections for the 2019 Baseball PEI Youth Selects team was announced on Friday May 17th, 2019. This team will represent PEI at the Baseball Canada Cup (17U Nationals) tournament in Regina, Saskatchewan in August. They will also compete in the Tournament 12 Atlantic tryout tournament in early July in New Brunswick. Below are […]

20 May 19
Another ruined dinner party...

2019:  Overturned streetcar: art installation at the site of Bloody Saturday in Winnipeg by Noah Gonick (filmmaker and artist)– in celebration of Winnipeg General Strike 1919. One hundred years ago, the Winnipeg General Strike began. First the 300 women telephone operators walked off the job,  followed by 30,000 other workers in all kinds of occupations – bakers, […]

20 May 19
Archy news nety

Editor's Note: exposing students to music outside the classroom can increase the interest and appreciation for student music, says Aaron Friedman, the president of the non-profit Make Music Alliance. By Guest Blogger Aaron Friedman If you teach music in your class and feel overwhelmed by the extra time devoted to STEM subjects, you may not […]

20 May 19
Connor Hoffman

Stunning Scenary