Snooper

23 Jan 19
Emma's Family Blog

My name is Emma Rupert and I am a senior Actuarial Science major at Siena College.  Here, at Siena College, I am a member of the Women’s Swimming and Diving team. For the last four years, I have spent most of my time training as a long distance swimmer.  I have thoroughly enjoyed being a […]

22 Jan 19
Intel Today

“At lunch today in the White House, with only members of the Staff present, Rear Admiral Sidney Souers and I were presented [by President Truman] with black cloaks, black hats, and wooden daggers, and the President read an amusing directive to us outlining some of our duties in the Central Intelligence Agency [sic], ‘Cloak and […]

19 Jan 19
The Sun
EDDIE JONES ramped up the mind games with Ireland by joking he might send spies to watch them train. And the England boss cheekily confessed it would not be the first time he has turned snooper. Eddie Jones admits he may spy on Ireland… and not the first time as a rugby boss In fact, a shameless Jones revealed he was willing to try pretty much anything to get an edge over rivals back when coaching Australia. That even stretched to ordering his backroom staff to go undercover dressed as tramp-like Swagmen, complete with iconic Aussie cork hats! Football has been rocked by Leeds boss Marcelo Bielsa’s Spygate scandal after the Argentine held his hands up to similar skullduggery. But a brazen Jones shrugged off the row and claimed such practices have been going on in rugby for years. England train ahead of their Six Nations opener against Ireland Eddie Jones joked he would send spies to watch Ireland train England and Ireland are both in Portugal at training camps next week ahead of their mammoth Six Nations opener in Dublin on February 2. And a mischievous Jones said: “I might have to get the Swagman’s hat out again. It wouldn’t stand out in Portugal, would it? “I’ve been coaching for 20 years and it has always been going on. If you want to do that, you can do it.” Jones was a Six Nations flop last time out as England slumped to a fifth-place finish — their worst  showing in decades. Jones wants to make sure England don’t flop against Ireland in the Six Nations for a second straight year Spying on the opposition 12 months ago probably would not have made much difference because his players were so out of sorts. But pumped up by a huge World Cup year, Jones was letting all his secrets slip at Twickenham. Speaking about spying on rivals  back when he was Australia’s head coach, he  admitted: “It used to be part of the pre-match brief back in the early 2000s. “I can remember sending a coach, who is now in a very senior position, in  costume, to watch one team play. He got chased out of there! Jones admits back in the day he would send staff out to watch opponents Leeds boss Marcelo Bielsa rocked football by admitting to spying on opponents all season “He was dressed like a Swagman then — with one of those hats with corks. I was watching that Leeds bloke’s presentation. “He was just telling everyone what everyone does. Fifteen years ago we’d  send people out in costumes to watch training. “Now you don’t need to do that as  you see everything in the game. [bc_video video_id=”5971106011001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Eddie Jones says England have ‘taken steps’ in Autumn Internationals after beating Australia 37-18″] “You can get ten different visions of the game. Before, you would only get one tight vision of the game. “I think it happens less now because people struggle to see the value of it. Most teams have security guards too, which at an international level makes it harder to do. “But teams warm up before the game and the opposition are taping your lineouts to get a head start.” Jones  also accepts it will be easy for teams to spy at the World Cup in Japan — because of all the monster skyscrapers to snoop from. The ex-Brave Blossoms coach said: “There are a number of grounds in Japan surrounded by office buildings so the ability to film the opposition’s training is there if you want to do it. “There are people all the time trying to take video. [article-rail-section title=”Most Read In Sport” posts_category=”321″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”popular” /] “I was with Steve Borthwick in South Africa, sitting having a coffee. A bloke comes out and starts trying to take photos of all our notes. “You can’t be too obsessed about it — you just have to do what you can to protect what is important. “But I don’t want to get to the extent where we go to the team room and we’re putting Blu Tack on the keyhole and  looking under seats for tape recorders. “It creates a sense of paranoia and one of the things you learn at a World Cup is that players work hard. “But they also have to enjoy it. You don’t want them feeling there’s someone looking at them constantly.” Jones  could not  resist another dig at Warren Gatland, claiming the Welsh boss will be adopting the dark arts during this Six Nations campaign. He  said: “I can guarantee Warren sends someone when we have an open training session here at Twickenham.”
19 Jan 19
The Scottish Sun
EDDIE JONES ramped up the mind games with Ireland by joking he might send spies to watch them train. And the England boss cheekily confessed it would not be the first time he has turned snooper. Eddie Jones admits he may spy on Ireland… and not the first time as a rugby boss In fact, a shameless Jones revealed he was willing to try pretty much anything to get an edge over rivals back when coaching Australia. That even stretched to ordering his backroom staff to go undercover dressed as tramp-like Swagmen, complete with iconic Aussie cork hats! Football has been rocked by Leeds boss Marcelo Bielsa’s Spygate scandal after the Argentine held his hands up to similar skullduggery. But a brazen Jones shrugged off the row and claimed such practices have been going on in rugby for years. England train ahead of their Six Nations opener against Ireland Eddie Jones joked he would send spies to watch Ireland train England and Ireland are both in Portugal at training camps next week ahead of their mammoth Six Nations opener in Dublin on February 2. And a mischievous Jones said: “I might have to get the Swagman’s hat out again. It wouldn’t stand out in Portugal, would it? “I’ve been coaching for 20 years and it has always been going on. If you want to do that, you can do it.” Jones was a Six Nations flop last time out as England slumped to a fifth-place finish — their worst  showing in decades. Jones wants to make sure England don’t flop against Ireland in the Six Nations for a second straight year Spying on the opposition 12 months ago probably would not have made much difference because his players were so out of sorts. But pumped up by a huge World Cup year, Jones was letting all his secrets slip at Twickenham. Speaking about spying on rivals  back when he was Australia’s head coach, he  admitted: “It used to be part of the pre-match brief back in the early 2000s. “I can remember sending a coach, who is now in a very senior position, in  costume, to watch one team play. He got chased out of there! Jones admits back in the day he would send staff out to watch opponents Leeds boss Marcelo Bielsa rocked football by admitting to spying on opponents all season “He was dressed like a Swagman then — with one of those hats with corks. I was watching that Leeds bloke’s presentation. “He was just telling everyone what everyone does. Fifteen years ago we’d  send people out in costumes to watch training. “Now you don’t need to do that as  you see everything in the game. [bc_video video_id=”5971106011001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Eddie Jones says England have ‘taken steps’ in Autumn Internationals after beating Australia 37-18″] “You can get ten different visions of the game. Before, you would only get one tight vision of the game. “I think it happens less now because people struggle to see the value of it. Most teams have security guards too, which at an international level makes it harder to do. “But teams warm up before the game and the opposition are taping your lineouts to get a head start.” Jones  also accepts it will be easy for teams to spy at the World Cup in Japan — because of all the monster skyscrapers to snoop from. The ex-Brave Blossoms coach said: “There are a number of grounds in Japan surrounded by office buildings so the ability to film the opposition’s training is there if you want to do it. “There are people all the time trying to take video. [article-rail-section title=”Most Read In Sport” posts_category=”4″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”popular” /] “I was with Steve Borthwick in South Africa, sitting having a coffee. A bloke comes out and starts trying to take photos of all our notes. “You can’t be too obsessed about it — you just have to do what you can to protect what is important. “But I don’t want to get to the extent where we go to the team room and we’re putting Blu Tack on the keyhole and  looking under seats for tape recorders. “It creates a sense of paranoia and one of the things you learn at a World Cup is that players work hard. “But they also have to enjoy it. You don’t want them feeling there’s someone looking at them constantly.” Jones  could not  resist another dig at Warren Gatland, claiming the Welsh boss will be adopting the dark arts during this Six Nations campaign. He  said: “I can guarantee Warren sends someone when we have an open training session here at Twickenham.”
19 Jan 19
The Irish Sun
EDDIE JONES ramped up the mind games with Ireland by joking he might send spies to watch them train. And the England boss cheekily confessed it would not be the first time he has turned snooper. Eddie Jones admits he may spy on Ireland… and not the first time as a rugby boss In fact, a shameless Jones revealed he was willing to try pretty much anything to get an edge over rivals back when coaching Australia. That even stretched to ordering his backroom staff to go undercover dressed as tramp-like Swagmen, complete with iconic Aussie cork hats! Football has been rocked by Leeds boss Marcelo Bielsa’s Spygate scandal after the Argentine held his hands up to similar skullduggery. But a brazen Jones shrugged off the row and claimed such practices have been going on in rugby for years. England train ahead of their Six Nations opener against Ireland Eddie Jones joked he would send spies to watch Ireland train England and Ireland are both in Portugal at training camps next week ahead of their mammoth Six Nations opener in Dublin on February 2. And a mischievous Jones said: “I might have to get the Swagman’s hat out again. It wouldn’t stand out in Portugal, would it? “I’ve been coaching for 20 years and it has always been going on. If you want to do that, you can do it.” Jones was a Six Nations flop last time out as England slumped to a fifth-place finish — their worst  showing in decades. Jones wants to make sure England don’t flop against Ireland in the Six Nations for a second straight year Spying on the opposition 12 months ago probably would not have made much difference because his players were so out of sorts. But pumped up by a huge World Cup year, Jones was letting all his secrets slip at Twickenham. Speaking about spying on rivals  back when he was Australia’s head coach, he  admitted: “It used to be part of the pre-match brief back in the early 2000s. “I can remember sending a coach, who is now in a very senior position, in  costume, to watch one team play. He got chased out of there! Jones admits back in the day he would send staff out to watch opponents Leeds boss Marcelo Bielsa rocked football by admitting to spying on opponents all season “He was dressed like a Swagman then — with one of those hats with corks. I was watching that Leeds bloke’s presentation. “He was just telling everyone what everyone does. Fifteen years ago we’d  send people out in costumes to watch training. “Now you don’t need to do that as  you see everything in the game. [bc_video video_id=”5971106011001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Eddie Jones says England have ‘taken steps’ in Autumn Internationals after beating Australia 37-18″] “You can get ten different visions of the game. Before, you would only get one tight vision of the game. “I think it happens less now because people struggle to see the value of it. Most teams have security guards too, which at an international level makes it harder to do. “But teams warm up before the game and the opposition are taping your lineouts to get a head start.” Jones  also accepts it will be easy for teams to spy at the World Cup in Japan — because of all the monster skyscrapers to snoop from. The ex-Brave Blossoms coach said: “There are a number of grounds in Japan surrounded by office buildings so the ability to film the opposition’s training is there if you want to do it. “There are people all the time trying to take video. [article-rail-section title=”Most Read In Sport” posts_category=”18″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”popular” /] “I was with Steve Borthwick in South Africa, sitting having a coffee. A bloke comes out and starts trying to take photos of all our notes. “You can’t be too obsessed about it — you just have to do what you can to protect what is important. “But I don’t want to get to the extent where we go to the team room and we’re putting Blu Tack on the keyhole and  looking under seats for tape recorders. “It creates a sense of paranoia and one of the things you learn at a World Cup is that players work hard. “But they also have to enjoy it. You don’t want them feeling there’s someone looking at them constantly.” Jones  could not  resist another dig at Warren Gatland, claiming the Welsh boss will be adopting the dark arts during this Six Nations campaign. He  said: “I can guarantee Warren sends someone when we have an open training session here at Twickenham.”
19 Jan 19
Sport Archyves

Brendan Rodgers says he should be live and spying, even though the Parkhead boss admits he has to keep an eye out for sneaking sneaky pages at Celts. The Hoops boss laughed at the Stooshie in the south, while Leeds boss Marcelo Bielsa caught a glimpse of Derby's training while confessing that he had been […]

19 Jan 19
U S Military History

January 19, 1944 – AAFPOA (Seventh Air Force): 7 B-24s from Saipan Island bomb harbor installations at Chichi Jima Island; 9 from Guam Island hit airfields on Iwo Jima Island; 7 B-24s escort photo planes over the Bonin and Kazan Islands and 1 bombs Iwo Jima; during the night, 3 B-24s on individual snooper strikes […]

18 Jan 19
Song Lyrics

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18 Jan 19
Archy Worldys

(BOGOTA) – The Colombian authorities sought to find out who was behind an outrageous car bomb at a police academy in Bogota, where residents were raised by a peace agreement with the largest rebel group in the country fierce questions about ongoing security threats. The Thursday morning bombings, which injured 10 dead and dozens, were […]

17 Jan 19
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17 Jan 19
Automotive Industry

It provides complete overview of Global Car Dash Cameras Market considering all the major industry trends, market dynamics and competitive scenario. The new research from Global QYResearch on Global Car Dash Cameras Market Report for 2018 intends to offer target audience with the fresh outlook on market and fill in the knowledge gaps with the […]

17 Jan 19
Tay's Paperworld

So this is going to be a series of three posts on my thoughts of the Lord of the The Rings movies since I read the book. This first one is of course going to be for the fellowship of the Ring. I’m going to be watching the theatrical versions of these movies as Stan […]

16 Jan 19
Black America Web

[anvplayer video=”4573264″] A lady asked Guy, why her man won’t leave her alone in his home, and wakes up as soon as she gets out of bed. Guy’s answer is simple, “because he’s got something to hide dammit!” He says a man will give you the key to his heart before he gives you the […]