Smart Games

19 Jul 19
FortNite FTW

How do I get high kill games? I have been playing fortnite since late season1/early season2…and one of the biggest problems I've had is getting high kill games. I consider myself a pretty good player, I play alot, i can build and counter-build really well, my edits are pretty decent, I practice aim every day. […]

19 Jul 19
The Blogging of Schneider 463

A lot of males who have actually never ever had a girlfriend are shedding hope. A number of them are really nerds or so-called geeks in institution as well as they have been branded because of this and because of this, they never truly had the digestive tracts to go over a lady and also […]

19 Jul 19
themoralwayblog

“I have just woken up, my dear death, how I missed you” – Becka Prologue I am the result of nature, literally. I was born 2 years of age, after a bomb blast. This makes me a perfect example of a university case study. But no one knows this about me. I don’t remember anything […]

19 Jul 19
The Denver Post
Former Rockies all-star DJ LeMahieu has a thing for playing well against his former teams and the Rockies will be no exception this weekend at Yankee Stadium. LeMahieu was originally drafted by the Cubs back in 2009 when he was selected in the second round out of Louisiana State University. LeMahieu made his MLB debut with the Cubbies in 2011, his lone major league season with Chicago before he was traded to Colorado. The deal for LeMahieu included infield/outfielder Tyler Colvin. In return the Rockies sent third baseman Ian Stewart and pitcher Casey Weathers to Chicago. LeMahieu has played in 36 games against the Cubs batting .299 with three homers, 24 RBIs and a .463 slugging percentage. A question in a Rockies Mailbag earlier this summer touched on how LeMahieu is showing GM Jeff Bridich and Co. how they dropped the ball by not even offering him a contract. Rockies beat writer Patrick Saunders had some takes on this issue. Here are a few that stood out to me: The Rockies miss LeMahieu’s presence on the field and in the clubhouse. This isn’t just my opinion. Several Rockies players told me that in spring training and have reiterated it since then. LeMahieu, a three-time Gold Glover, was the best second baseman Colorado’s ever had. The Yankees are discovering just how good a fielder he is. LeMahieu is 30 and in excellent shape. The Rockies made a huge mistake. So, as the Rockies head into the Bronx to take on LeMahieu and the first-place New York Yankees this weekend, I would advise the Rockies’ struggling pitching staff to avoid LeMahieu. If not, his .331 batting average this season is sure to rise. — Jeff Bailey, The Denver Post A special offer for Sports Omelette readers! Subscribe to The Denver Post’s sports coverage for just 99¢ for the first month and only $6.99/month thereafter. Cancel anytime. What’s on Tap? MLB: At New York Yankees, 5 p.m. Friday, ATTRM | Buy tickets MLB: At New York Yankees, 11 a.m. Saturday, ATTRM | Buy tickets MLS: New York FC, 7 p.m. Saturday, ALT | Buy tickets MLB: At New York Yankees, 11 a.m. Sunday, ATTRM, TBS | Buy tickets TV/RADIO: Here’s what sports are airing today Check out our new and improved stats page. Must-Read Joe Flacco (5) signs autographs for fans after practice ended at Denver Broncos training camp on Thursday, July 18, 2019. Kiszla: On sparsely attended first day of training camp, if Joe Flacco is answer at quarterback, Broncos Country isn’t buying it. “I think it’s a really cool opportunity, to be honest with you,” Flacco said. “Listen, I know John’s the man around here. Hopefully, there’s room for a couple more people.” Read more… Colorado Rockies’ Ian Desmond, right, celebrates his two-run home run with Daniel Murphy during the ninth inning of the team’s baseball game against the San Francisco Giants on Tuesday, July 16, 2019, in Denver. Rockies Insider: To rediscover its identity, Colorado needs to play more like the… Giants? As even Rockies center fielder Ian Desmond admits, it looks like the Giants — in the last season on the bench for future Hall of Fame skipper Bruce Bochy — are playing with house money. Read more… Drew Lock (3) of the Denver Broncos takes the field during Denver Broncos training camp on Thursday, July 18, 2019. Why Drew Lock never intended to miss Broncos training camp practices “The Broncos and my agency were working together, but I had told my agency beforehand that if it got to the point where I was missing practice then there was no chance we were going on with it,” Lock said. Read more… Quick Hits + Broncos training camp rewind, Day 1: A recap of the first practice + Broncos president/CEO Joe Ellis: Brittany Bowlen remains on track to re-join team late this year or after ’19 season + Matt Holliday is back in baseball, this time as a coach at Oklahoma State + Rockies’ Ian Desmond: “We probably have put the clamps down a little too hard on ourselves” + Nuggets Mailbag: After Jerami Grant trade, does Denver have too many wings? + Santino Marchiol, former Cherry Creek HS football player, won’t be allowed to join CU Buffs, Mel Tucker says + Women rule at Bandimere Speedway, Mile-High Nationals + Rockies’ Kyle Freeland’s next big test comes against the first-place Yankees + When Apollo 11 landed on the moon, Major League Baseball stood still + “Cautiously optimistic”: Broncos Country welcomes change as 2019 team debuts at training camp Post Mailbag forms + Broncos Mailbag: Have a question about the team? Ask Ryan O’Halloran here. + Nuggets Mailbag: Have a question about the team? Ask Mike Singer here. + Avs Mailbag: Have a question about the team? Ask Mike Chambers here. + Rockies Mailbag: Have a question about the team? Ask Patrick Saunders here. By The Numbers 31 Rockies podcast: What is Colorado going to do by the July 31 trade deadline? Will the Rockies be buyers, sellers or bystanders as the National League wild card race heats up? Read more… Parting Shot David Duval of The United States plays his shot from the 7th hole during the first round of the British Open Golf Championships at Royal Portrush in Northern Ireland, Thursday, July 18, 2019. A bad swing, a big mistake and a 14 for David Duval at Royal Portrush “You have an obligation as a professional athlete. If you play, you post your score,” Duval said. “Am I happy about that? Is there some … embarrassment to it? I don’t know. But I teed off in the Open and I shot 90 today. So put it on the board.” Read more… Get in Touch If you see something that’s cause for question or have a comment, thought or suggestion, email me at dboniface@denverpost.com or tweet me @danielboniface.
19 Jul 19
BGR

As has been the case for every single Prime Day sale so far, Philips Hue LED smart lights were among the most popular products for our readers. Philips Hue is an awesome but pricey brand, so it obviously makes sense that people would take advantage of any opportunity to save some money as they expand […]

19 Jul 19
Fun Day One Day

Inspiring young mind through travel In Triparanti we follow simple educational philosophy of activating accelerated learning with visual and sensory experiences. Travels ensure free flow of ideas and ideas to enhance creative abilities. Learning by doing taxing allows practical learning through new experiences, so that students can maintain their knowledge for a long time. We […]

19 Jul 19
My cool blog 6148

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19 Jul 19
HoopsHype

Boston Celtics center Tacko Fall was one of the most interesting prospects to participate in the recent Las Vegas summer league competition.

19 Jul 19
The Tech Lunch Pail

When Josh Jackson went down, Ryan Willis did fairly well stepping up in Jackson’s absence throwing for 2,716 yards and 24 touchdowns last season. While Willis continues to appear to be the inevitable starter, Justin Fuente isn’t ready to publicly name him the 2019 starter just yet. “Well, we’ll see how it all plays out […]

19 Jul 19
THE GALWAY COW

Sitting down on the train to go to Bray (all pics here) I get a bad smell, really bad, and it’s wafting off of my jeans. It’s a smell that reminds me of a teacher I had in school years ago. The man smelled so bad I used to sit right at the back of […]

19 Jul 19
Justice Owusu-Hienno Blog

Many investors and technology experts like to speculate about what it would take to establish another hub for tech development somewhere in the world other than Northern California. The truth is technology centers almost always follow a breakthrough of some kind in getting technology into a new market. The Austin, Texas tech boom, for example, […]