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23 Apr 19
Dirty Sci-Fi Buddha

Bitefighter, my loyal little buddy, 10 lb. Terrier Extraordinaire, and 83rd level intellect, yells:  “ROOF ROWF ARFOLOGIST REX!”  (THERE’S A FINE LINE BETWEEN STUPID AND BRAVE, KENT, AND YOU JUST CROSSED IT TEN TIMES OVER!  FUCKING DUMB-ASS TWO LEGS!) I lean forward and yell, “STOP BEING RACIST!” He looks over his shoulder and gives me […]

23 Apr 19
The Irish Sun
IT was the start of a new era last night on WWE Raw, with WrestleMania and the Superstar Shake-Up now in the history books. With the superstars now looking towards Money in the Bank on May 19, here are the five big talking points from Raw. AJ Styles slams Rey Mysterio onto Samoa Joe on Monday Night Raw STYLES TO CHALLENGE ROLLINS The big story last night was finding a No1 contender to challenge Seth Rollins for the Universal Championship at Money in the Bank. There were two qualifying triple threat matches – AJ Styles v Rey Mysterio v Samoa Joe and Baron Corbin v Drew McIntyre v The Miz – with the winner from each match then battling it out for the number one contender spot. In the first triple threat, Styles nailed Rey with a powerbomb and Styles Clash – hitting both moves actually onto Samoa Joe as he was laid out on the mat – and then covered Joe for the win. Corbin scored the victory in his triple threat qualifier when McIntyre hit Miz with the Claymore Kick and Bazza pushed Drew out of the ring to steal the pinfall. But AJ Styles won the final deciding matchup when he smashed Corbin with the Phenomenal Forearm. Afterwards, Rollins came out for a stare-down and handshake with Styles. Styles likely won’t dethrone Rollins so early into his Universal title reign, but this will be genuine dream matchup at Money in the Bank. BRAY WYATT RETURNS Bray Wyatt finally returned last night ­– as host of a Playschool-style kids’ show called Firefly Fun House After months away from TV and weeks of weird hand puppet videos, Bray Wyatt finally returned last night ­– as host of a Playschool-style kids’ show called Firefly Fun House. A slimmer Bray called the Fun House his “special place” and said: “All my fireflies can feel safe here… I cannot wait to show you what I’ve learned.” He then introduced his new puppet pals – Mercy the Buzzard and Penny the Witch. Bray said: “I used to be a very bad man. But I have been barbarically punished for all of my wrongdoings and that part of me is dead now. “I do keep a reminder so not even in my weakest moments will I ever turn into that pathetic slob loser ever again.” He then chain-sawed a cardboard cutout of his old persona. It was a bizarre skit but at least made Bray Wyatt interesting again – and it’s only a matter of time before he does turn back into his old self. MAN V LADY Becky Lynch shows off her belts after trash talking Lacey Evans Double women’s champ Becky Lynch came out to address her upcoming match with Lacey Evans at Money in the Bank, which will see Becky put her Raw title on the line. “The Man” made some backhanded insinuations about how Lacey got her spot on the card. Becky said: “I have made a career out of slapping bleached blondes who have ‘curried favours’ from management, so Lacey Evans is really just a new version of an old approach. “So while Lacey is in the back trying to further her career, I’m out here ready to fight anyone to cement mine.” Lacey Evans arrived for a verbal showdown and told Becky a real lady is in control of her emotions. The Man was unimpressed and defeated a returning Alicia Fox is a messy matchup – but Lacey Evans had the final word when she jumped in the ring and thumped Becky with the Woman’s Right. SUPERSTAR NAME CHANGES The Viking Raiders destroyed Lucha House Party before the bell had even rang Last week there was controversy when NXT tag champs The War Raiders were called up to Raw and renamed The Viking Experience. WWE has clearly met fans in the middle on this one as last night the team was reintroduced as “The Viking Raiders”. Whatever the name, they destroyed Lucha House Party before the bell had even rang. They hit Gran Metalik and Kalisto with a double powerbomb-slam combo and then laid out Lince Dorado with a pop-up power slam. In another name change, Bobby Roode is now “Robert” Roode and sporting a new moustache, making his transformation to legend “Ravishing” Rick Rude almost complete. Roode – now a singles star after Chad Gable was moved to SmackDown – faced Ricochet Ricochet danced around Roode with impressive aerial work and landed a modified Go To Sleep. But “The One and Only” missed a 630, which allowed Roode to smash Ricochet with the Glorious DDT for the win. SAMI’S HOLIDAY SNAPS Sami Zayn shares his holiday photos from Switzerland, Norway, Scotland, and Mexico Sami Zayn cut another excellent promo that accused fans of creating a “toxic culture” in WWE. He recounted how happy he’d been during his 10 months away and proved it by sharing his Instagram holiday photos from Switzerland, Norway, Scotland, and Mexico. Sami criticised WWE’s corporate structure and other superstars for being “ego maniacs, delusional, and entitled.” [article-rail-section title=”MOST READ IN WWE” posts_category=”34″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”popular” /] He encouraged fans to keep booing him and said: “It’s easier to blame me than look in the mirror and hold yourselves accountable for your role in all of this. “If you’ve got a problem with that, I suggest you all take a trip… you can all go to hell.” Sami is one of the most current and tuned-in performers in WWE. If the company lets him run with this character, it could be genius.
23 Apr 19
The Scottish Sun
IT was the start of a new era last night on WWE Raw, with WrestleMania and the Superstar Shake-Up now in the history books. With the superstars now looking towards Money in the Bank on May 19, here are the five big talking points from Raw. AJ Styles slams Rey Mysterio onto Samoa Joe on Monday Night Raw STYLES TO CHALLENGE ROLLINS The big story last night was finding a No1 contender to challenge Seth Rollins for the Universal Championship at Money in the Bank. There were two qualifying triple threat matches – AJ Styles v Rey Mysterio v Samoa Joe and Baron Corbin v Drew McIntyre v The Miz – with the winner from each match then battling it out for the number one contender spot. In the first triple threat, Styles nailed Rey with a powerbomb and Styles Clash – hitting both moves actually onto Samoa Joe as he was laid out on the mat – and then covered Joe for the win. Corbin scored the victory in his triple threat qualifier when McIntyre hit Miz with the Claymore Kick and Bazza pushed Drew out of the ring to steal the pinfall. But AJ Styles won the final deciding matchup when he smashed Corbin with the Phenomenal Forearm. Afterwards, Rollins came out for a stare-down and handshake with Styles. Styles likely won’t dethrone Rollins so early into his Universal title reign, but this will be genuine dream matchup at Money in the Bank. BRAY WYATT RETURNS Bray Wyatt finally returned last night ­– as host of a Playschool-style kids’ show called Firefly Fun House After months away from TV and weeks of weird hand puppet videos, Bray Wyatt finally returned last night ­– as host of a Playschool-style kids’ show called Firefly Fun House. A slimmer Bray called the Fun House his “special place” and said: “All my fireflies can feel safe here… I cannot wait to show you what I’ve learned.” He then introduced his new puppet pals – Mercy the Buzzard and Penny the Witch. Bray said: “I used to be a very bad man. But I have been barbarically punished for all of my wrongdoings and that part of me is dead now. “I do keep a reminder so not even in my weakest moments will I ever turn into that pathetic slob loser ever again.” He then chain-sawed a cardboard cutout of his old persona. It was a bizarre skit but at least made Bray Wyatt interesting again – and it’s only a matter of time before he does turn back into his old self. MAN V LADY Becky Lynch shows off her belts after trash talking Lacey Evans Double women’s champ Becky Lynch came out to address her upcoming match with Lacey Evans at Money in the Bank, which will see Becky put her Raw title on the line. “The Man” made some backhanded insinuations about how Lacey got her spot on the card. Becky said: “I have made a career out of slapping bleached blondes who have ‘curried favours’ from management, so Lacey Evans is really just a new version of an old approach. “So while Lacey is in the back trying to further her career, I’m out here ready to fight anyone to cement mine.” Lacey Evans arrived for a verbal showdown and told Becky a real lady is in control of her emotions. The Man was unimpressed and defeated a returning Alicia Fox is a messy matchup – but Lacey Evans had the final word when she jumped in the ring and thumped Becky with the Woman’s Right. SUPERSTAR NAME CHANGES The Viking Raiders destroyed Lucha House Party before the bell had even rang Last week there was controversy when NXT tag champs The War Raiders were called up to Raw and renamed The Viking Experience. WWE has clearly met fans in the middle on this one as last night the team was reintroduced as “The Viking Raiders”. Whatever the name, they destroyed Lucha House Party before the bell had even rang. They hit Gran Metalik and Kalisto with a double powerbomb-slam combo and then laid out Lince Dorado with a pop-up power slam. In another name change, Bobby Roode is now “Robert” Roode and sporting a new moustache, making his transformation to legend “Ravishing” Rick Rude almost complete. Roode – now a singles star after Chad Gable was moved to SmackDown – faced Ricochet Ricochet danced around Roode with impressive aerial work and landed a modified Go To Sleep. But “The One and Only” missed a 630, which allowed Roode to smash Ricochet with the Glorious DDT for the win. SAMI’S HOLIDAY SNAPS Sami Zayn shares his holiday photos from Switzerland, Norway, Scotland, and Mexico Sami Zayn cut another excellent promo that accused fans of creating a “toxic culture” in WWE. He recounted how happy he’d been during his 10 months away and proved it by sharing his Instagram holiday photos from Switzerland, Norway, Scotland, and Mexico. Sami criticised WWE’s corporate structure and other superstars for being “ego maniacs, delusional, and entitled.” [article-rail-section title=”MOST READ IN WWE” posts_category=”23″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”popular” /] He encouraged fans to keep booing him and said: “It’s easier to blame me than look in the mirror and hold yourselves accountable for your role in all of this. “If you’ve got a problem with that, I suggest you all take a trip… you can all go to hell.” Sami is one of the most current and tuned-in performers in WWE. If the company lets him run with this character, it could be genius.
23 Apr 19
The Sun
IT was the start of a new era last night on WWE Raw, with WrestleMania and the Superstar Shake-Up now in the history books. With the superstars now looking towards Money in the Bank on May 19, here are the five big talking points from Raw. AJ Styles slams Rey Mysterio onto Samoa Joe on Monday Night Raw STYLES TO CHALLENGE ROLLINS The big story last night was finding a No1 contender to challenge Seth Rollins for the Universal Championship at Money in the Bank. There were two qualifying triple threat matches – AJ Styles v Rey Mysterio v Samoa Joe and Baron Corbin v Drew McIntyre v The Miz – with the winner from each match then battling it out for the number one contender spot. In the first triple threat, Styles nailed Rey with a powerbomb and Styles Clash – hitting both moves actually onto Samoa Joe as he was laid out on the mat – and then covered Joe for the win. Corbin scored the victory in his triple threat qualifier when McIntyre hit Miz with the Claymore Kick and Bazza pushed Drew out of the ring to steal the pinfall. But AJ Styles won the final deciding matchup when he smashed Corbin with the Phenomenal Forearm. Afterwards, Rollins came out for a stare-down and handshake with Styles. Styles likely won’t dethrone Rollins so early into his Universal title reign, but this will be genuine dream matchup at Money in the Bank. BRAY WYATT RETURNS Bray Wyatt finally returned last night ­– as host of a Playschool-style kids’ show called Firefly Fun House After months away from TV and weeks of weird hand puppet videos, Bray Wyatt finally returned last night ­– as host of a Playschool-style kids’ show called Firefly Fun House. A slimmer Bray called the Fun House his “special place” and said: “All my fireflies can feel safe here… I cannot wait to show you what I’ve learned.” He then introduced his new puppet pals – Mercy the Buzzard and Penny the Witch. Bray said: “I used to be a very bad man. But I have been barbarically punished for all of my wrongdoings and that part of me is dead now. “I do keep a reminder so not even in my weakest moments will I ever turn into that pathetic slob loser ever again.” He then chain-sawed a cardboard cutout of his old persona. It was a bizarre skit but at least made Bray Wyatt interesting again – and it’s only a matter of time before he does turn back into his old self. MAN V LADY Becky Lynch shows off her belts after trash talking Lacey Evans Double women’s champ Becky Lynch came out to address her upcoming match with Lacey Evans at Money in the Bank, which will see Becky put her Raw title on the line. “The Man” made some backhanded insinuations about how Lacey got her spot on the card. Becky said: “I have made a career out of slapping bleached blondes who have ‘curried favours’ from management, so Lacey Evans is really just a new version of an old approach. “So while Lacey is in the back trying to further her career, I’m out here ready to fight anyone to cement mine.” Lacey Evans arrived for a verbal showdown and told Becky a real lady is in control of her emotions. The Man was unimpressed and defeated a returning Alicia Fox is a messy matchup – but Lacey Evans had the final word when she jumped in the ring and thumped Becky with the Woman’s Right. SUPERSTAR NAME CHANGES The Viking Raiders destroyed Lucha House Party before the bell had even rang Last week there was controversy when NXT tag champs The War Raiders were called up to Raw and renamed The Viking Experience. WWE has clearly met fans in the middle on this one as last night the team was reintroduced as “The Viking Raiders”. Whatever the name, they destroyed Lucha House Party before the bell had even rang. They hit Gran Metalik and Kalisto with a double powerbomb-slam combo and then laid out Lince Dorado with a pop-up power slam. In another name change, Bobby Roode is now “Robert” Roode and sporting a new moustache, making his transformation to legend “Ravishing” Rick Rude almost complete. Roode – now a singles star after Chad Gable was moved to SmackDown – faced Ricochet Ricochet danced around Roode with impressive aerial work and landed a modified Go To Sleep. But “The One and Only” missed a 630, which allowed Roode to smash Ricochet with the Glorious DDT for the win. SAMI’S HOLIDAY SNAPS Sami Zayn shares his holiday photos from Switzerland, Norway, Scotland, and Mexico Sami Zayn cut another excellent promo that accused fans of creating a “toxic culture” in WWE. He recounted how happy he’d been during his 10 months away and proved it by sharing his Instagram holiday photos from Switzerland, Norway, Scotland, and Mexico. Sami criticised WWE’s corporate structure and other superstars for being “ego maniacs, delusional, and entitled.” [article-rail-section title=”MOST READ IN WWE” posts_category=”329″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”popular” /] He encouraged fans to keep booing him and said: “It’s easier to blame me than look in the mirror and hold yourselves accountable for your role in all of this. “If you’ve got a problem with that, I suggest you all take a trip… you can all go to hell.” Sami is one of the most current and tuned-in performers in WWE. If the company lets him run with this character, it could be genius.
23 Apr 19
Comics Universes

Share this: Riverdale is back! Well, this is it. We’re in the home stretch of what has been the wildest season of Riverdale to date. If you need catching up on what went down previously, head here. Deputy Jughead The episode begins with Skeet and Jughead standing over the body of Baby Teeth at the scene […]

23 Apr 19
welcome to maryhub blog.

Former Tottenham striker Mido has told talkSPORT about Roy Keane’s failed attempt to wine and dine him – at a Pizza Express in Sunderland. Struggling for regular game time at White Hart Lane following the arrival of Dimitar Berbatov, Mido was linked with a number of other Premier League clubs in the 2006 summer transfer […]

23 Apr 19

Cold River Rising (Cold River Series Book 1) International Mystery & Crime Author: Enes Smith FREE Cold River Rising is a story of Native American college student Tara REd Eagle, a tribal member who has the uncanny ability of a Shaman – she can sketch events before they happen. The gift fails to help her […]

23 Apr 19
Astral Projection Secrets

14.07.2010 Journey to the White Rabbit Pt.2 (DEILD) NON-DREAM DREAM LUCID I was in the middle of a small dream about something I cannot recall and notice as my feet start lifting away from the earth I was firmly planted on that I am dreaming. Lucid, I hid the ground and darkness engulfs me. I […]

23 Apr 19
G9IJA

By G9ija Nigerian rapper and advocate, Ruggedman has slammed budding singer, Nairamarley over saying ‘Yahoo’ is not a crime. Last weekend, the singer stated that internet fraud is not a crime. He said:”If you know about slavery, you go know say Yahoo no be crime”. Reacting to Nairamarley’s statement , Ruggedman said the young singer […]

23 Apr 19
GSPN - Guam Sports Network

The FD Friars and Tiyan Titans met for the first time since last seasons IIAAG Championship Game with both teams heading into Tuesday undefeated. FD’s offense would prove too much as the home team Friars won in straight sets.

23 Apr 19
Movies Plus Madness

Director: Lars Von Trier Stars: Matt Dillon, Bruno Ganz, Uma Thurman Jack Sprat goes rogue Lars Von Trier, the delightful Dane returns with yet another controversial film drenched in misery. After receiving a ban from Cannes, regarding some unfortunate Hitler comments during the Melancholia press release, 2013’s Nymphomaniac double-bill was refused by the prestigious festival. […]

23 Apr 19
Saskatoon StarPhoenix

Saskatoon’s Merlis Belsher Place is making a dramatic switch from hockey to curling this week.