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20 Mar 19
Brooklyn Elite

The Brooklyn Nets defeated the Sacramento Kings 123-121. I cannot believe what just happened. The Nets were down 25 entering the 4th quarter. 25!!!!!! Then D’Angelo Russell went unconscious. Dlo dropped 27 points alone in the 4th quarter, and set a new career high of 44. The game was all tied with 5.9 seconds to […]

20 Mar 19
The Killing Floor

Thursday I’m off work, will beat out the gun show story. BJW practice tonight, plus my boi Shaki was in town. Why don’t skinheads cut the collars out of their t-shirts? It’s the only thing that keeps the foreskin from popping up and swallowing their faces. What’s the difference between a bartender and a proctologist? […]

20 Mar 19
Victoria's Mind

I took this today of my sister and nephews. I love them so stinkin’ much. I am back on here. I’m not sure if it’s a permanent thing or not. As I’ve said before, writing is a way to destress the mind so I might as well keep up with it. I’m not sure if […]

20 Mar 19
Music for LONDON - Music & Entertainment Agency

Solo Female Singer in London Anna is a versatile solo female singer for hire in London. Anna performs a variety of pop, rock, jazz and acoustic covers hits, ideal for bars, restaurants, hotels, weddings, birthdays and corporate events. With over 8 years and counting performing live, Anna is perfect for those looking to add a […]

20 Mar 19
CultureCrush NI

Rocky Horror Show, Theatre Review, Grand Opera House, March 19, 2019 By Conor O’Neill To quote Kurt Cobain’s All Apologies, ‘What else can I say, everyone is gay’. And a full Grand Opera House was at least dipping a toe out of the closet tonight. Well, who couldn’t when watching the macabre, sci-fi, gender-questioning, cult […]

20 Mar 19
A Place at the Table

Sermon preached for the Nampa Ministerial Association’s 2019 Lenten Series (March 14 at Nampa United Church of Christ) Isaiah 11: 1-9 11A shoot shall come out from the stock of Jesse, and a branch shall grow out of his roots. 2 The spirit of the Lord shall rest on him, the spirit of wisdom and understanding, […]

20 Mar 19
Registry Report Radio

The following is a transcript of our 3/18/2019 show featuring Nick Dubin, Psy.D. discussing autism and the sex offender registry.  It is a product of A.I. machine transcription, and will, as a result, have errors. [Theme music] Michael: Good evening, and welcome to Registry Report Radio. My name is Michael McKay and we’ve got a […]

20 Mar 19
Cathartic.

Please note: this blog post is quite detailed and a little graphic, if you’re not into descriptive sexual encounters, you can click away now. I sometimes miss the single life. I’ve had some good times with some cute guys back when I was single and my sex life was actually pretty regular. I was never […]

20 Mar 19
Cohn-zone

Super busy day and not much to share about it. What’s going on at work… Lots of detail, but nothing shareable. Slight interesting moment when the Prius wouldn’t start because it hadn’t moved in several weeks. I had to jumpstart it… I’ve never tried to jumpstart this hybrid car. I wants got our older Prius […]

20 Mar 19
Boston Herald
UNIONDALE, N.Y. — The New York Islanders have shocked the hockey world this season by taking the loss of John Tavares on the chin and stunningly climbing to the top of the Metropolitan Division. But Tuesday night at the Nassau Coliseum, the Bruins treated the Islanders like the team everyone thought they were going to be. In one of their most complete games of the season, the B’s smothered the Islanders from the drop of the puck to the final horn en route to a 5-0 beat-down. The B’s were led by Sean Kuraly’s two goals (Nos. 7, 8) plus single strikes from Noel Acciari (4), Patrice Bergeron (28) and Jake DeBrusk (23), with members from all four lines scoring. Coach Bruce Cassidy agreed it might have been the most dominant game his team has played in his two-plus years behind the bench. “Yeah, probably, in terms of possession and the worry-meter for the coach,” Cassidy said. “Usually you see what’s happening before maybe the bad comes, but we never really got away from it. I think in the third, there were a couple of plays where we were a little soft through the neutral zone, but other than that it was for a shift or two and our guys right away said ‘Let’s get back to crisp, hard plays. It was good. You’re always concerned with if (the Islanders) just don’t have it tonight or was it just with great, great determination and decision-making. It’s probably a little bit of both, but I can only judge us and I love the way we played.” Tuukka Rask recorded his fourth shutout of the season, but he very much shared that clean sheet with the 18 skaters in front of him. The B’s outshot the home team, 39-13. It was the lowest shots-against total of the year for them. Eight of the shots were perimeter offerings from Islanders defensemen. “We played good from start to finish,” Rask said. “You strip everything away from the other team, don’t give them time and space, and that was the result. Very impressive.” The B’s took the lead just 1:12 into the game on Kuraly’s first goal. Charlie McAvoy pinched down to keep a puck alive and Kuraly fired a shot from the right dot that goalie Robin Lehner mishandled with his glove, the puck dropping into the net behind him. That might have been the only thing the B’s didn’t completely earn for themselves. They outshot the Isles 14-2 in the first period and the edge in play was so tilted in their favor that the Isles resorted to drastic measures to snap out of it. And Matt Martin drew the short straw. The 6-foot-3, 220-pound Martin challenged 6-9, 260-pound Zdeno Chara at the drop of the puck to start the second period. He didn’t go in to wrestle with the B’s captain but to throw shots, but it didn’t go well for the game enforcer. Chara knocked him down early with a right and the linesmen at first jumped in to stop it, but Martin got up quickly enough for them to let it go on. And Martin did appear to land one good shot, but it did not faze Chara, who continued to feed Martin a steady stream of rights before muscling him to the ice to end it, finishing it off with an appreciative slap on Martin’s back. “I respect him,” Chara said. “He’s obviously been in the league for a long time. He’s tough as nails. He’s doing his job for his team. Obviously, a great job by him. He takes his job very seriously and he’s one of those guys that I respect very highly. It’s not an easy job. He’s putting his name out there and he’s doing whatever he can to help his team win. So good for him. He’s one of those guys who’s very tough, very respected, so I just wanted to give him that opportunity.” This time last week, the B’s were in the midst of a three-game losing streak, but suddenly things are looking pretty rosy with nine games left. They are starting to get back key injured players — David Pastrnak (thumb) returned last night after five weeks on the shelf — and, coupled with Toronto’s loss in Nashville, they stretched their lead over the Maple Leafs to six points in their battle for home ice advantage in the first round of the playoffs.
20 Mar 19
Sportress of Blogitude

Ben Simmons may be focused on helping the Philadelphia 76ers along in their run toward the postseason, but the NBA superstar clearly is keeping an eye on what’s been happening recently back home in Australia.

20 Mar 19
Elisabeth Levien

Driving with Martin and Pete 4 Erin bought a very provocative pair of panties for Valentine’s Day. There was lace, but not a lot of it, and a couple of ribbons. She’d decided that she had not been putting enough effort into her relationship with David, and she really did want to try to make […]

20 Mar 19
Thesupacoowackiestblogintheuniverse's Blog

MARCH 20 2019: Part six is done. *******************PART SIX********** High school reunions happen less and less frequently these days, and as my 10th year reunion approaches this year, I show a few more reasons why it isn’t the best idea as the saga continues.

20 Mar 19
Stumbling Through My Thirties

I bought the book Zero Waste Home by Bea Johnson and am trying to make a better habit of going to the Zero Waste Bulk store in Waterloo, Ontario. After badminton tonight, I got home, picked up a bunch of clean empty containers and zipped off to do some groceries before it closed at 7 […]

20 Mar 19
PaperbackEd

If you know me well, you probably know that I’m on Instagram, where I mostly post about books. I love this community – I mean, what’s better than a bunch of book nerds sharing their love for reading, celebrating old favorites and new releases? Today INTERNMENT by Samira Ahmed released, and, since I preordered the […]

20 Mar 19
simply + selfishly tay

talking about mental health is v important. four days ago, i purged my instagram accounts (yes my rinsta + my finsta!!). i was caught up in the trap of discovering one post you really like and indulging by looking into new accounts and the people that run them. i spent an ungodly amount of time […]