Tuesday, April 30, 2013

Have pleasance every night

Do you want to surprise your loved one every night?

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Tom Thibodeau has jokes for the referee.

Tom Thibodeau is a scary man. When he is not yelling at his team, he is usually yelling at the officials, or smashing his white board. My point is that he is almost always angry at something, so this is rare sight. Who knew a man who has chronic laryngitis from yelling at people, can make jokes or laugh for that matter.

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Sunday, April 28, 2013

What are the Cowboys Doing?

When you search through the ranks of the NFL teams drafting this weekend, one team stands alone: the Dallas Cowboys. In the 1st round they reached for center Travis Frederick. Don't get me wrong, Frederick is a solid center. However, his positional value does not justify a first round pick. The Cowboys did fill a need with Frederick, but at a high cost. Safeties Matt Elam and John Cyprien were still on the board, as was cornerback Jamar Taylor. In the end, I can live with Frederick. Let's just hope the ends justify the means.Next, the Cowboys selected Gavin Escobar, a TE from San Diego State. Why? Jason Witten may be getting older, but he still is the one of the most talented and consistent TE's in the league. I don't see Escobar overtaking Witten anytime soon, so I guess we'll see more two TE sets in Dallas. Players that could have helped the defense like Jonathan Hankins or D.J. Swearinger were all taken in the later portion of the 2nd round. Some other offensive skill players available were RB's Eddie Lacy and Montee Ball. Both players would have helped Dallas' ground game which has struggled with injuries. The running game also takes pressure off of your latest overly paid QB in Tony Romo. But what do I know? I'm just a draft nut. I could never make better picks than the high and mighty Jerry Jones.In the 3rd round, the Cowboys selected Terrance Williams, a wide receiver from Baylor. This one makes a little more sense than it does on paper. Miles Austin is constantly injured, and could become too much of a liability to keep around. Williams is good value here, but short term, people will question it. The worst part of this pick is that they took Terrance Williams over Keenan Allen. While Allen may have some lingering injury concerns, his upside his huge. Terrance Williams is somewhat limited in underneath throws, something the Cowboys have to do if they cannot run the ball. Terron Armstead and Dallas Thomas were on the board and could have filled the shoes of Doug Free. I think Williams will become a good player in this league, but immediately, the Cowboys should have protected Romo up front first. The Cowboys also selected J.J. Wilcox, a safety from Georgia Southern. I have no problems with the pick of a safety, it just should have been done earlier though.The Cowboys can still salvage this draft class on Day 3. However, I don't see any GM's worth taking with a 4th round pick. Jerry Jones need to hand the reigns over to anybody else to make the picks. Maybe I'm wrong; maybe all of these picks make perfect sense when the season starts. But if the Cowboys don't make the playoffs, don't blame Tony Romo (unless he throws 5 picks in a key game). All of the blame can be placed squarely on Jerry Jones, unfortunately he's not going anywhere.

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Los Knicks esperan que no sancionen a J.R. Smith

Jose Miguel Diaz. NBA TSEBA. Los New York Knicks esperan que no le caiga ningun partido de sancion a su jugador J.R. Smith despues de que este fuera expulsado tras propinar un codazo en la cara a Jason Terry en el tercer partido de la serie que les enfrenta a Boston Celtics.

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Saturday, April 27, 2013

CertusBank buying another failed bank

CertusBank is doing another failed bank transaction, this time scooping up Lenoir, N.C.-based Parkway Bank and its three branches, the FDIC said Friday.CertusBank is based in Greenville, S.C. and run by former Bank of America and Wachovia executives. It has corporate offices in SouthPark.Parkway's $103.7 million in deposits will be transferred to the bank. CertusBank also bought $99.2 million of its assets, or about 95 percent of the total.CertusBank bought a failed Georgia bank in November. It bought three other failed banks in South Carolina and Georgia before that.Read more here: http://obsbankwatch.blogspot.com/2012/11/certusbank-buying-failed-georgia-bank.html#storylink=cpy

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Same KNICKS Time...but Different KNICKS Channel...#KNICKStape comes out throwing Haymakers an cruise over the downtrodden CELTS...#KNICKS go up 3-0 and look to Sweep on Sunday #KNICKSbiz is on #KNICKStape and "GOTHAM Light"

Cassette Players coming to Bluedude Sportstalk for $9.99...soon with Hits like..."Running with the Bully of New MSG"...and "I Need more Shots than 'Melo"...also Woodson Remix called "What ISO Offense"...and Prigioni taking it back to Argentina with K-Mart with hit Single "#KNICKStape in Argentina".The Knicks are playing back at that November 2012 level where everyone was doing their Job and locked in defensively and all of a sudden the Gotham City Knicks have woken up looking like those Riley Knicks of old. They come out in Game 3 vs the C's with no intentions of letting the Celts do anything nor get that Garden Crowd going.Behind the Bully's cool 27 points, 15 points and ten helpers from Raymond, and 15 from "Get Shots" J.R. (who hit the Jet right in the Cockpit and Smith hit the Showers in Mid 4th frame) the Knicks dominated and put their stamp on the game from the defensive end. The Knicks never let their feet off the gas and the C's looked like shell of their 2007-08 selves and lose 90-76. Knicks led 47-31 at the break and the C's after the break still couldn't get it going.The C's were led by Jeff Green of "Hoya Paranoia" with 21 points and nine rebounds while the big Ticket added 12 points and seventeen boards. The Truth had 17 points but no Celtics Players could come close to putting a stamp on this one. Knicks now go to close out the C's on Sunday as they will await the winner of the Pacers/Hawks Series.Knicks J.R. Smith most likely won't get suspended for Game 4 but he will be lighter in the wallet.

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Broncos Running Back Draft Prospects 2013

2013 NFL RB Draft Prospects- Denver BroncosWith the 2013 NFL Draft quickly approaching NFL teams are now getting ready to draft the future of their franchises. The Denver Broncos are coming off of one of their best seasons in franchise history after finishing number one in the AFC, just to get knocked off in the second round of the playoffs by the Super Bowl Champions Baltimore Ravens. Many people wonder what John Elway and company are looking to do in this years NFL Draft. If history repeats itself then the Broncos will most likely draft players that were invited to the NFL combine which is currently going on in Indianapolis as we speak. The last 34 out of 35 draft picks of the Denver Broncos have been players that worked out previously at the NFL combine. Many "experts" and local Denver media is predicting that the Broncos with the 28th overall pick in the 2013 draft will focus on a number of areas ranging from defensive tackle, offensive line, to hopefully finding Champ Baileys predecessor in a corner back. Their have been few previous drafts where I would say that I'm baffled to what the Broncos might do come the first round, but I will say this. The Denver Broncos will be focusing on trying to find a running back in this years 2013 NFL Draft. Lets take a look at some prospects that John Elway and John Fox might want to add the the Broncos roster come this April. EDDIE LACY- It's safe to say that Eddie Lacy might be the most known running back in this years draft. Coming off of back to back National Championships with the historic college dynasty Alabama the last two years, Eddie Lacy was a big part of that championship offense. The experts are predicting Lacy to go early in the second round. If I were to play John Fox and John Elway for a minute, I would reach late in the first round and use Denver's first pick on Eddie Lacy. A lot of people would say that this years draft is deep with explosive big play running backs and that teams can find similar value to Lacy in the later rounds. My argument for Lacy is simple. He played against the best competition in college football week in, week out, in the SEC. Lacy is accustomed to playing under the big lights on the big stage and comes from one of the most winning football programs in college history. I don't think that the NFL stage would be to "big" for a player like him. Not only that he is a bigger back with explosive play making ability. It's rare to find a running back with his size (220 pounds) and with his ability to run in the open field. He also runs tough. He has no problem running north and south and between the tackles. If  Denver were to draft a RB like Eddie Lacy, I think the one-two punch between him and Ronnie Hillman could be a deadly change of pace against opposing defenses. Plus, the primary focal point in Denver is still to protect their 96 million dollar investment in Peyton Manning. Last I checked Lacy was one hell of a pass blocker as well. Might I add he also blocked and played against future first and second round defensive players week in and week out. Eddie Lacy would contribute and make an impact to this Super Bowl favored Broncos team right away.The 220-pound Lacy rushed for 1,322 yards and 17 touchdowns at Alabama this past season and has been projected as a first-round selection in the most recent mock drafts by ESPN NFL draft analysts Mel Kiper Jr. and Todd McShay.MONTEE BALL- The theme for Denver in this years draft is to find a bigger running back that can not only run, but pass block with a impressive collegiate football resume. With that being said, Montee Ball might be the perfect fit for Denver if that's the case. Montee Ball finished his college career with over 5,000 yards rushing and 83 touchdowns. No doubt that Ball can produce offensively and has big time play making ability. The question is would Denver be the right for him? Could he produce in a Manning run offense? The other concern is did Montee Ball carry the load to much during his time at Wisconsin? Ball suffered two concussions the last two years and touched the ball over 1,000 times in college. That's a lot of ware and tare on a running back, especially if he hasn't taken a snap in the NFL just yet. A good colleague and friend of mine Glenn Kurpiel (Founder of the 5280 Ethos Sports Blog,) who is a Wisconsin native says Ball is a great back that just isn't right the Denver Broncos.If Denver were to draft Montee Ball I wouldn't expect Denver to get him before pick 58. I can see a scenario where once again John Elway and John Fox try and accumulate more draft picks by trading out of there 28th spot in the first round. If that is true, that might leave room for Denver to make a move to draft a player like Ball sometime in the third round. I don't see Denver making a stretch for him anytime before round three. Risk and reward run hand in hand. And Denver is notorious for reaching in past NFL drafts, don't expect John Elway and Fox to allow history to repeat itself. I think Montee Ball becomes a Bronco only if he falls to Denver on their draft board in the later to mid rounds.LE'VEON BELL- Reports came out last week that the Broncos had a private workout with Michigan State running back Le'veon Bell. Some NFL experts have compared Bells game to current NFL running back Brandon Jacobs. Although, I think that Bell is more athletic then Jacobs, with a better attitude, you can see the similarities in size comparison. Bell is a big back standing at 6'2, weighing in at 237 pounds. He had an outstanding junior year at Michigan State, rushing for nearly 1,800 yards, and 33 touchdowns.Again, a concern of mine, is he took a big workload in college. His junior year he carried the ball 382 times alone. Yes, it shows that Bell is capable of taking on a big load of carries, but also shows, similar to Montee Ball, that he might already have some ware and tare before he even gets to the NFL. Bell is a great interior runner and has the athletic ability to make defenders miss when he hits the open field. Reports have it that Bell is trying to lose 10 pounds to add some more speed to the strength he already has. All in all, if Denver were to draft Le'veon Bell I think he could be an impact player very early on. I don't think he would be a week one starter but down the stretch of his rookie season he could take the starting role. If Bell is their in the third round I say no question that you take him. You might even see Elway take a player of his caliber at the 58th spot, though, some would argue that is to early to draft a player like Bell. Either way you look at it, one thing's for sure. Bell is on the Broncos radar but might not fall to them on the draft board in the right spot. Other teams such as, Pittsburgh and Green Bay are also interested in Bell.STEPFAN TAYLOR-  Stepfan Taylor might be the safest pick at the running back position some NFL experts believe. Other draft day analysts say that Taylor doesn't have the speed to make it in the NFL. From one extreme to another, maybe the biggest question mark in this years draft is how will Taylor pan out in the NFL, and where will he be drafted. Most project Taylor to be a second round player, due to his college body of work, and great fundamentals he carries. Out of all the running backs in this years draft class I believe Stepfan Taylor should be high on the Broncos RB draft list. When I watch game film of this kid he is an "old school runner." Meaning he carries the ball north and south, with great athletic ability. Taylor is honestly a running back that has all the traits a team should look for. In 2010, Taylor earned Honorable Mentioned All-Pac-10 honors after leading the Cardinal with 2,779 yards - the second-highest single-season rushing total in school history. He was the first Stanford sophomore to rush for more than 1,000 yards since Darrin Nelson in 1978. Taylor also had a nose for the end zone, with his 15 touchdowns the third-most in a single season for the Cardinal. - CBS SPORTS Like I mentioned. This kid has a great body of work coming out of Stanford. Not to mention, he has great hands and catching ability coming out of the back field. Perfect with a QB like Manning. Not only that, Elway might be a little bias towards Taylor since they are both Stanford alumni now. Sometimes when you just have a good feeling about a player. That's the case I have with both Taylor and Lacy. I have a good feeling about them.MIKE GILLISLEE- My wildcard pick. Explosion, toughness, quick, play-maker, and very athletic. Those are just some of the words I would use to describe former Florida Gator running back Mike Gillislee. At his time in Florida he came learned patience. And not only as a runner, but as a teammate. Due to a crowded backfield Gillislee didn't really get his chance until his senior season. And when he got the opportunity he made the most of it. Unlike some of my concerns with Montee Ball and Le'veon Bell, Gillislee has few miles under his belt. His senior season he ran for over 1,100 yards and had 10 touchdowns. Not to mention he has excellent hands catching out the backfield. He honestly reminds me of a Knowshon Moreno in college. Now that might sound discouraging and strange to some Broncos fans, but before Moreno was labeled an NFL bust, it's safe to say he was a stud during his time in College down in Georgia.I like Gillislee for the simple fact that I believe he could be an impact player right away, at a very affordable price. I also like the fact that he played in the SEC, and just like Lacy, played against the best of the best as far as competition goes week in and week out. The only concern with this kid is can he learn to be a true "between the tackle" runner. He does have a tendency of bouncing outside some and trying to rely on his speed, which won't work at the next level. Bottom line though, I like the guy. Very explosive and tough runner. Projected late third to early fourth round pick.One things for sure. You never know what teams are going to do on draft day, and who they are going to draft, and if that player will pan out to be a good professional. I have never seen a "mock draft" spot on. I think many though would agree, that come draft day, the Denver Broncos will look to add another running back to their roster via the 2013 draft.I still think that Lacy would be a good first round draft pick if the Broncos chose to go offensive in the early rounds. I also like the idea of adding a runner like Taylor maybe sometime later on if you can't grab Lacy. And I really love the idea of the Broncos drafting a kid like Gillislee sometime in the mid to late rounds. You can't deny his explosion for his draft value. I think runners like Ball and Bell, will be good professionals, and might be similar style of runners that John Fox is looking for, but I have my concerns. I don't think a back like Ball would would work in a Manning style offense. And I'm not completely sold on Bell yet. Who knows. Maybe it's none of the above. Maybe Denver finds another sleeper RB in the draft that they are notorious for. But as of now. Go Tide Go. Bring Lacy to Denver.Thank you for your eyes that allowed you to read.James HarperTwitter- @JHarperMediaFacebook- Denver Sports Breakdown Other Blog- #RunHarperRun Radio Demos- James Harper 

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Friday, April 26, 2013

St. Tropez

Ladies and Gentlemen... We might be looking into setting up St. Tropez spray and manual tans @ Bella Freya in the near future!Keep your eyes and ears peeled for more updates on here, Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

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VOC diary for the week beginning 22nd April 2013

British Summer TimeMonday 22nd April: VOC in Virgo from 07:02                          Tuesday 23rd April: VOC in Virgo ends at 08:24                                         Wednesday 24th April: VOC in Libra from 13:11Thursday 25th April: VOC in Libra ends at 11:25                                            Lunar Eclipse in Scorpio at 20:57                                                 Friday 26th April: VOC in Scorpio from 09:56Saturday 27th April:  VOC in Scorpio ends at 12:31Sunday 28th April: ************************                      Hong Kong TimeMonday 22nd April: VOC in Virgo from 14:02                          Tuesday 23rd April: VOC in Virgo ends at 15:24                                         Wednesday 24th April: VOC in Libra from 20:11Thursday 25th April: VOC in Libra ends at 18:25                                                 Friday 26th April: Lunar Eclipse in Scorpio at 03:57                       VOC in Scorpio from 16:56Saturday 27th April:  VOC in Scorpio ends at 19:31Sunday 28th April: ************************Image courtesy of [image creator name] / FreeDigitalPhotos.net

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Astroboogie Stars April 21st 2013

- Try reading your rising sign too - TaurusYou have Major Ambitions that you’d love to fulfil, given time and energy. Some of these goals change over time, and some are also thrust upon you that you didn’t sign up for. But nothing happens without outside pressure and afterwards you admit the effort was worth it. Thursday’s Lunar Eclipse pares your personal life down and you take stock of the liaisons that stand up. Wait until the weekend at least before acting on an impulse. There's light and shade as always, as your ruler Venus gives you a warm personal touch. Take the lead on Sunday and you dazzle in the boardroom and the bedroom. GeminiYou break your usual frontiers and a vision arrives of how life could be. Then you wake up – except the glittering memory persists. Write your ideas down and set your ambitions on a towering scale, not what you think you can get away with. Wednesday combines thought with innovative action in a private eureka moment.CancerYour swerve into left-field takes everyone by surprise. Uranus, planet of genius, breaks up cosy conformity and your career outlook is radically different to only months ago. For sure it's life in a tumble-drier, but otherwise you would never venture out of your zone. Someone tries to control you, but remember, they respect your wilful independence.LeoA madcap travel scheme doesn’t seem so crazy now and you do everything to reel it in. Muggles try and talk you out of it, but it's fair to ask about their motivation. Natural chemistry gives you the boss’s ear, but this is not a scenario you have engineered. Thursday’s eclipse sees a decisive move on the home front.VirgoAlways smart and sensible, now you set your sights on a faraway ideal. Your partner is a perfect inspiration and you aim for the road less travelled. Visionary daring blends with down-home values and staying together for the long run has a romance of its own. Monday’s Virgo Moon gives you the edge in contract talks.LibraSharp repartee is guaranteed and you are drawn to somebody’s ideas. You know your own mind too and amaze everyone with a quick decision on Wednesday’s Libra Moon. Still, you can take it slowly in love and indulge your pleasures to the fullest. Rethink your fiscal strategy, and stick with the elements that are working for you.ScorpioA critical point in your career campaign as you decide which parts are worthwhile. Sure, you face up to challenges and people treat you with new respect. But the work-life ratio is critical, so don’t waste love on a project that doesn’t love you back. Thursday’s lunar eclipse draws an emotional line, leaving heart and mind clear. SagittariusYou are famous for the Big Idea, but you astound everyone with your grasp of detail. Follow your first instinct and don’t look back. Your rebellious ideas percolate slowly and a desire to break away that persists is fulfilled at last. Psychic inspiration bubbles up behind the scenes but the weekend puts a dramatic moment in perspective.CapricornGrounding discordant energies makes a launchpad for your success. You fuse working all the hours with embracing technology, and grasp an historic opportunity. A light touch works in love, even when your partner is in intense mood. Take up a new diet or routine, and a kindred spirit helps you make the transition.AquariusTear down the old and build up the new at home. The Sun and fiery Mars combine in your domestic zone and a refurb project shows your class. Insist on fine quality accessories and don’t let a plan slip for lack of investment. Think on a large scale and a breezy attitude in a tight spot has everyone turning to you.PiscesSeeing the world in colourful hues, like an Impressionist painting, is no biggie for you. But even by your own standards, life has a kaleidoscopic quality and you'd rather paint your masterpiece than graft. Listen to your inner voice, but keep some discrimination. You ride the intensity of Thursday’s eclipse and give old-soul advice to someone close.AriesA flash of intuition midweek has long-lasting repercussions. Planets pack your chart’s financial district and you balance your own funds with shared income from your partner. Deciding who owns what is emotional. Saving up for a rainy day isn’t your usual style, but a radical break for freedom is worth planning in advance.

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