George Foreman

21 Mar 19
Necrosis Valley Haunts

If a tree falls in the woods, does it make a sound? If Necrosis Valley doesn’t haunt, is there a haunt? If I write a blog, and no one reads it, why am I writing? Big Trees Fall Hard And sometimes that fall creates history. Undisputed heavyweight champion Joe Frazier and the number one ranked […]

21 Mar 19
Deal and District Camera Club

On Wednesday 20th March 2019, the club held an Aggregate Colour Print competition. The judge for the evening was Glyn Bareham LRPS CPAGB and Premier Judge. Glyn gave a full critique on every image that had been submitted, he gave much praise on the quality of the images that had been submitted, he also gave […]

20 Mar 19
btsarnia

ST MARY’S CHURCH, CRICKLADE: LOG OF THE FABRIC  Timeline: 1862/3 Restoration of the Church. Architect: John Galpin of Oxford. Builder: Mr. Smith of Highworth. Church re-opened 7th January 1863 1882 Churchyard closed by Order in Council 1893 An Organ built by Albert E. Pease of Kenmure Road, Hackney, London NE was placed in the north […]

20 Mar 19
THE FIGHT JOURNAL

  HILADELPHIA, PENN. (MARCH 19, 2019)–Banner Promotions is proud to announce the signing of super middleweight Patrick Mukala to a Promotional Contract.   Mukala of the Democratic Republic of The Congo has a record of 11-1-1 with 10 knockouts.   The 25 year-old Mukala began boxing at the age of 15 after watching a film […]

20 Mar 19
Keeping It Reel

  written by: Siew Hua Yeo produced by: Fran Borgia, Gary Goh, Dennis Vaslin & Jean-Laurent Csinidis directed by: Siew Hua Yeo rated: not rated runtime: 95 min. U.S. release date: March 20, 2019 (AMC River East 21, Chicago, IL, Asian Pop-Up Film Festival) & April 12, 2019 (Netflix)   With its dreamlike visuals that […]

20 Mar 19
I Be Reviewing Things!

Compiled by Mario Lanza, a facebook stranger but fellow fan of Norm’s SNL work. Original fb post is here: https://www.facebook.com/notes/mario-lanza/norm-macdonalds-top-225-weekend-update-jokes-from-snl/10153000075816708/ NORM MACDONALD’S TOP 225 WEEKEND UPDATE JOKES (1994-1997) FROM SATURDAY NIGHT LIVE 225. To illustrate the point that their client is running out of money to defend himself, O.J. Simpson’s lawyers said this week that, […]

20 Mar 19
Blue Harvest Films

The debut film for director Matthew Vaughn is a sleek and blood crime thriller that launched not only his career as a filmmaker, but propelled Daniel Craig into the iconic role of England’s most famous spy. In the late 1990s through the first decade of the 21st century, several so-called British “gangland” thrillers were released to […]

20 Mar 19
Preparing Hub

PPSC ASSISTANT (Ext) AH (BS-16) PAST PAPER IN LIVESTOCK AND DAIRY DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT2016 PPSC ASSISTANT (ExT) Solved Past Paper 2016 1. Which country has the largest area in the world? (A) Canada (B) China (C) USA (D) Russia ✓ 2. Change from Direct to Indirect: She told me “Do not forget your bag”. (A) She […]

20 Mar 19
Macquarie Sports Radio
Pull up a stool, grab yourself a schooner, and prop up the bar. It’s time for Pub Talk. Legendary Aussie surfer Mark Richards believes that surfing GOAT Kelly Slater still has the moves, the skill, the style and the drive to win a medal at the Tokyo Olympics just two years shy of his 50th birthday. That’s rad. Face it, our society is ageist and the sporting achievements of older and more seasoned athletes are often overlooked. But not today, not on Pub Talk. It’s the Greatest Silver Foxes in Sport. This congregation represents the world’s most elite gathering of older athletes who have earned the right to sit at the historic knight’s round table. But first, the apologies, in no particular order: Bernhard Langer, Rob Thompson, Bart Cummings, Trevor Buchanan, Jamie-Lee Curtis, and the foxiest of them all, Hugh Hefner. Gallant efforts over storied careers and all will leave behind proud legacies but there is only room for six at the knight’s round table. The Greatest Silver Foxes in Sport: 6. Kelly Slater. How gnarly it will be for a 48 year old wax head to medal at the Tokyo Olympics. 5. George Foreman. Heavyweight champion of the world at 45. Say no more. 4. Cliff Young. Australia’s favourite spud farmer and winner of the inaugural Sydney to Melbourne Ultramarathon in 1983 at 61 years of age. 3. Ken Rosewall. Won the Australian open at 37, made the final of Wimbledon at 39. Nicknamed ‘muscles’ because he lacks them. 2. Tom Brady. Won his 6th Superbowl Championship at the tender age of 41. Is married to Giselle. Life is kind to some. And sitting demurely in the throne… Oksana Chusovitina. The only female athlete to compete in seven (!) Olympic Games, representing no fewer than three countries (!), and one of only a few women to return to international competition after becoming a mother. Click PLAY to hear Pub Talk: The Greatest Silver Foxes in Sport    
20 Mar 19
Fight News 365

In this era of heavyweights, we’ve been seeing as much action outside the ring as in it. Today, Deontay Wilder spoke and made more clear the near-term picture in the top weight class, with his unveiling of a May 18 plan to battle Dominic Breazeale at Barclays Center, in Brooklyn, screening on Showtime. Yes, Showtime […]