Scruffs

10 Dec 18

Recently I read the responses a client had given in her Behaviour Q (which is the basis to the history taking ahead of a behaviour consultation) and noted how during puppy class her pup was often put in the “settle pose” for behaviour that was considered unwanted as well as the pup’s perceived comfort whilst […]

10 Dec 18
mishaberry

After sitting out his benching, Jason is back in the game and ready to kick crime’s ass. On his first night back on patrol however, he saves a little kid acting suspicious with a camera. Who was this kid? Holy shit it’s been forever. This actually took me only one morning to write, but I’ve […]

10 Dec 18
Ashley Hodges

Our dads are always there for us, and they to be recognized for how great they are! Even if your dad said he doesn’t want anything, I promise he would be thrilled to receive a new gadget under the Christmas tree! Here are some gifts ideas for all of the amazing dads out there!

10 Dec 18
StopAndPrayTV

Kick the Bad Ones Out And let the peace of God rule in your hearts, to which also you were called in one body; and be thankful. Colossians 3:15 Oswald Chambers wrote, “There are certain things we must not pray about—moods, for instance. Moods never go by praying, moods go by kicking.” He wasn’t telling us […]

09 Dec 18
SPY

Gifts that any guy will love pulling out of his stocking this holiday.

09 Dec 18
shugarsnapsathome

Over weight girl, blond and curly …. got gang banged by half the Hispanics here and went to Latvia. She was over here off of Oliver., and had every guy up her ass and coochie. Passed around. Do background checks before you tap it. Oliver is one of the worst areas in this city. Running […]

09 Dec 18
Dream Team FC
Some players are born creators, others not so much. The likes of David Silva, Mesut Ozil and Lionel Messi have creativity flowing through their veins and they express it on the pitch. Newcastle’s target man Salomon Rondon is not one you would usually have anywhere near that category. SIGN UP – WIN £5k BY PLAYING DREAM TEAM WEEKENDER THIS WEEKEND “Hello, Pep? Yes I’m ready to come to City” However against Wolves this afternoon in the space of 10 seconds he showed that he could be so much more than Newcastle’s battering ram up front. Rondon is normally tasked with holding the ball up and bringing the other players into play, or getting his head onto the end of crosses and long balls. We have been denied the opportunity to see the flair he’s got in the locker… until today. He’s a handful Newcastle went down early to a Diogo Jota goal but luckily they had Rondon to take the match by the scruff of the neck and pull out two delicious examples of his skill to set the Magpies level. Perez won a free kick from about 25 yards out and with no Jonjo Shelvey on the pitch, Rondon raised a few eyebrows when he placed the ball. But he struck a beautiful shot which cleared the wall and left Rui Patricio helpless, only for the ball to crash off the cross bar and narrowly avoid going over the line. Lovely position for a free-kick So unlucky Completely unpeturbed by missing with his wonderful free-kick Rondon collected the hashed clearance on the edge of the box and whipped in an absolutely perfect cross. Perez duly nipped in front of his man and flicked the ball into the back of the net. Rondon is supposed to be on the end of these Ah well, back of the net Overall it was excellent work from the big man and proof that he has more flair than most give him credit for. It means in his last five games the Venezuelan has contributed three goals and an assist. Form. Despite the controversy surrounding the running of the club, getting Rondon on loan from West Brom appears to be a masterstroke. READ MORE FROM DREAM TEAM: Who really is the best player outside the Premier League’s ‘top six’? Aymeric Laporte’s first Premier League defeat is good news for… Jens Lehmann Andre Gomes went from rock bottom in Spain to making the Premier League look easy WATCH: LOVE OF THE GAME – EPISODE 2
09 Dec 18

Men can be difficult to shop for, especially for the Holidays. In today’s post I’m rounding up some of my favorite gift ideas from Target for the men in your life. I’m sharing my ideas from Target because it is my favorite place to shop and you can get everything you need for that guy […]

09 Dec 18
SAMBONEY LICKS MY FACE

MONDAY OCTOBER 12, 2015 “NEWBORN” At birth the production of a hormone prolactin stimulates milk production and release. When a baby kitten is born it is totally helpless and unable to regulate its own body temperature. A baby kitten is born and it is so very fragile. It is also totally helpless. It relies completely […]

09 Dec 18
Nurse Logger

The steam becomes labyrinthine pearl chambers stretching into teeth
hiding behind mouths connected to other mouths moving. Unshed us.

09 Dec 18
The Scottish Sun
ANDY HALLIDAY hates being left back in the changing rooms. It’s why he grasps every chance he’s given at Rangers — even if that means filling in at left-back. Halliday has been asked to play left back for Gers this season For someone convinced he was heading for the exit door in the summer, the midfielder says he’s just happy to still be involved at the club he loves. Yet it’s a former CELTIC player he maybe has to thank for the way he has adapted to playing out of position. Six years ago, Halliday was asked to play in defence for Middlesbrough. Boro boss Tony Mowbray — a former Hoops captain — was sure he could do a job there, even though they were facing Blackpool and their standout player Tom Ince. Halliday came through that clash unscathed and Boro recorded an important win. But it was a different story a few weeks later when Wilfried Zaha led him a merry dance as Crystal Palace cruised to victory. But those experiences might be serving him well now. Halliday, 27, said: “It was a bit of a baptism of fire by Tony. “It was against Tom Ince, who was probably the form player in the league, but I played well and we got the win. “Tony thought I could maybe have a run at left-back but then we played Crystal Palace and I had a torrid one. Tony Mowbray played Halliday in defence for Middlesbrough “But it was a learning process. I was still a young player at that time. “I faced two top players and it stood me in good stead. I think I made a run of 15 or 16 starts at left-back while George Friend was injured. “I’ve hardly played there since but I’ve had a few opportunities lately. “I never saw my immediate future at Rangers in the summer and if someone had offered me 18 appearances by this stage, I’d have taken it. I want to be playing every week. “Now it’s up to me to try to keep doing well and stake a claim for start every week. “I’ve said before I’m happy when I get a jersey — whether it’s midfield, left-back or anywhere else on the pitch. “I don’t see left-back as my No 1 position but I certainly think I can play there. “I’m pretty happy with my form so far but I’m sure Jon Flanagan and Borna Barisic feel the same so they’ll be champing at the bit trying to take that place. “They have got strong claims to hold the jersey down because they’ve put in good performances but I’ll try and state my case as well.” Discipline — or a lack of it — has been the hot topic at Rangers this week. Halliday in action for Gers Boss Steven Gerrard warned his side to cut out the cards before their midweek clash with Aberdeen. But Alfredo Morelos picked up his third and Gers’ eighth red of the season in the 1-0 defeat. Halliday, by contrast, has been booked only twice even though he let the red mist engulf him at times during his career. It’s why he believes Morelos, 22, will also learn to bite his lip as he matures. Halliday said: “I’ve had that edge before – just maybe not like he has! But Wayne Rooney when he was a young kid is a perfect example. “He had that fire in his belly and ultimately that’s what’s taken him where he is today. “I’d never try to drill that out of young players. But it’s important to have that composure and control to keep it in check. “Alfredo has been magnificent for us this year. I think he’s come on leaps and bounds but it’s a fine balance. “The amount of red cards we’ve had this season has been unacceptable. It’s something we need to address. “The gaffer tried that through the week and our response was to let it get out of control again. Mowbray had a spell as Celtic boss “When you look back at the red cards we’ve managed to hold on quite a lot which shows the character the squad has. “But there have been a couple of occasions which have cost us points. That’s not good enough. “We have to discuss what we, as players, are going to do about it. “You can’t leave it all down to the staff because they do enough with the players on discipline. “Maybe we need to have a chat about it in-house and see what we can do.” Halliday will face former team-mate and close pal Kenny Miller at Dens. Miller — axed by Gers at the end of last season — was sent off on his return to Ibrox when the sides clashed in September. But he comes into this game following a hat-trick against Hamilton on Wednesday night. [article-rail-curated title=”RELATED STORIES” selected_posts=”3599239,3599048,3598034,3596952,3595182,3594325″ /] Miller was one of the leaders in the Ibrox dressing room. Asked if he’s helped fill the void since Miller’s exit, Halliday said: “I’d like to think so. “James Tavernier is our captain and he’s a very good leader — but you don’t need an armband to be a leader. “We’ve got many people in there who can grab the changing room by the scruff of the neck and give it a shake. FINE MESS Andy Halliday says Rangers stars could ASK to be fined to cut out red cards “Kenny’s a friend so I’m delighted to see him scoring. He’s in a rich vein of form. “I think Dundee are in a false position. I watched a few of their games this year under Neil McCann and they played a lot of good football. “There were a lot of games where they were actually the better team. But he wasn’t getting the results and lost his job. “We’ve actually dropped points over the last couple of seasons at Dens Park so that’s something we need to be aware of — we need to do our job.” Keep up to date with ALL the latest news and transfers from Scottish football plus fixtures, results and live match commentary  [bc_video video_id=”5977127583001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Hundreds of Rangers fans queue up to get into new shop in Glasgow city centre”]
08 Dec 18
Have My Seoul

8 December Clunck. Clunck. Clunck. What kind of apartment building doesn’t have an elevator nowadays? It’s going to be way to much work having to go up and down these stairs everyday. I guess I probably should’ve checked that out before buying this place, I thought. “Need some help with that?”, said a deep voice […]

08 Dec 18
Writers Block

This is a story I have been writing for some time now but it has kinda dried up. I hope you can enjoy it. Think of it as a peace offering for skipping a weekend. Also the title is very tentative. Prolog Outside it began to rain and people scurried faster to their destinations. The […]

08 Dec 18
Stubbsy's Tours

Saturday 8th December 2018 For all the talk of ‘how many’ rather than if we would win today, that victory felt massive. And not only that it probably brought everyone down to earth a little bit after thoroughly deserving to beat Middlesex last week and coming away a bit disappointed with just a point from […]