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22 Feb 19
Braving the Gap

As many of you know, our group called Ho, Ghana home for 4 weeks. We said see you soon to our homestay families last Saturday, and hauled our backpacks to a small nomadic village called Adaklu- Kpatove for the week. Picture mud huts, dusty feet, bleating sheep, and goats climbing trees. Now, picture a massive […]

22 Feb 19
Can't fly so I'll run

Booty! I went heavier for most of the moves with the bands and a few that I started with light ended heavier. Does that sentence make sense? I can’t tell. I’m distracted by the burning of my butt muscles. I will say that doing 10 reps, even with 3 rounds, made me feel like I […]

22 Feb 19
ThatMetsChick

“Only God knows” said HOFer Ivan Rodriguez, when prompted about his own possible PED usage prior to being eligible for the HOF. Not exactly the words of an innocent man and yet, he was elected first ballot to the Hall that has trouble electing players who have used or who have been suspected of using […]

22 Feb 19
Health Fitness

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22 Feb 19
Ultimate Fighting Championship Overseas

14 Day Twitter Calendar Twitter Handle: @UFC_OverSeas @UFC_OverSeas: UFC 232 The immovable force meets the impenetrable object! Rising Star Amanda Nunez meets the Legend Cris Cyborg at #UFC232 TOMORROW LIVE on PPV #UFC232 @MetrobyTMobile @UFC_OverSeas: Defending the Pride of Ireland, and the UFC Championship, worlds will collide as Conor McGregor comes face to face with Russias most dangerous man Khabib Nurgomedov, holding a record […]

22 Feb 19
Everyday Evan

First, can we all just take a moment to marvel at how kind and sweet of a mother I am to post such a glamorous picture of Evan for the feature image of this blog post? If you’re one of Evan’s NICU nurses, you may have been anxiously awaiting this post since I started the […]

22 Feb 19
Adam Hutchins

There was some resistance when Karen Trujillo started pursuing a career in teaching. While she was in college working to become a math teacher, she studied alongside engineers and others in STEM. She was often encouraged to go that route, become an engineer and abandon teaching. That’s because of teaching’s reputation, she explained. Trujillo, who […]

21 Feb 19
Issues In Sports

Bonnie D. Ford What was your favorite story to gather information on, and why? Do you think doping is harder to report on in comparison to other major sports stories? How difficult is it to obtain credible information in the world of doping? What is the biggest challenge you’ve ever faced while writing a story? […]

21 Feb 19
Courtney Shek

Here we are, at the end of another season of Grey’s Anatomy. This one was a wild one with everyone recovering from the shooting, some needing to take more time than most. Here were my thoughts as the season unraveled: Derrick the adrenaline junkie – huh, can’t last long lol Cristina and Hunt married ASAP […]

21 Feb 19
Daily McPlay

It is the twenty-first century, and things have changed in the sporting world. Perhaps it began with the Olympic ideal being compromised by the likes of the Soviet Union’s use of “professional” athletes or the sadly inevitable decision by the International Basketball Federation to allow pros to compete in the 1992 Games. Either way, the […]

21 Feb 19
Parlay Game

11:02 ET Jeff WagenheimESPN It did not hurt that Georges St-Pierre is an athlete in good shape, fast, fluid and sturdy enough to make another man helpless. But even though, over the years, GSP was sharpening his fighting skills in the gym and using them as a leader in the Octagon, his goal was ever […]

21 Feb 19
Sports Daily Tips

11:51 AM ET Jeff WagenheimESPN It didn’t hurt that Georges St-Pierre is a supremely fit athlete, fast and fluid and robust enough to render another man powerless. But even as GSP was sharpening his fighting skills in the gym over the years and utilizing them like a boss inside the Octagon, his focus always was […]

21 Feb 19
Twin Motorcycles Netherlands

Very nice 1125Cr in for basic checks.. rotor oil jet upgrade and make the trottle lighter… quick throttle was mounted.. and cables broke ( and very heavy pull ) stator to regulator wires are crimped to getter , no connector ( stator was burned and replaced ) the HD wire harnes fix.. will take it […]

21 Feb 19
Keeping up With Penelope

Many people have been asking and writing me about Penelope. This is something that Paul and i have waited on for two and a half years. This is something that we have had to work through as a family and as parents. When Penelope was 4 months old she had to have surgery. We stayed […]

21 Feb 19
Everyday Evan

2019 has been pretty good to us so far. We have deepened new friendships, rekindled old ones, and spent lots of time snuggling our sweet boy. We’re tired, but that is normal for parents of a nine month old, so I’ll take it. Now that we’ve been steadily out of the hospital (knock on wood) […]

20 Feb 19
CHELSEA/esque

Chelsea vs. Manchester United : 18 February 2019. Manchester United at home in the FA Cup. It has a fair ring to it doesn’t it? And yet I wasn’t looking forward to this game when I woke up, I wasn’t looking forward to it when I was at work, I wasn’t looking forward to it […]

20 Feb 19
Burly's Baseball Musings

I recently finished reading Baseball Cop by Eddie Dominguez (with NY Daily News reporters Christian Red and Teri Thompson).  Dominguez was a long-time Boston police detective who worked from 2008 until 2014 for MLB’s Department of Investigations (“DOI”), a department MLB set up on the recommendation of George Mitchell’s 2007 Report on PEDs in baseball. […]