We had good fan support and good support throughout the city and so we just looking forward to being home after being on the road for quite a while. From attempting to extend their record winning streak, the Stingers are also trying to earn the top seed at the Championship Weekend tournament, so there is plenty left to play for with the Bandits.The team also hasn played at home since July 11 and are looking to put on a good show for the hometown crowd.just have to play to our level, we can drop down to any team level, said Stingers guard Adika Peter McNeilly. Have to make sure we play at that level and it starts off at practice, we going to go hard in practice, prepare, get our bodies right and get ready.going to be amazing, we haven played at home in a while, a couple of weeks, so it going to be nice to come home and play in front of the home fans and get a win..
Have You Ever Loved a Woman Freddie King and Eric ClaptonOnly from the pain of being in love with your own friend’s woman could come such passion. This song’s lyrics are edgy and sincere. The music, written by Freddie King, is extremely conducive to playing soulful electric guitar blues solos.
I am not a hate monger, I am an entertainer who is most famous for being very short.Besides I have genuinely changed, both from what I have read, and personal experiences that have expanded my worldview. I find it exhausting that instead of this progress being recognized, every single time something good happens to me, this gets pulled up. It does not seem like a fair system of justice.
That is such an awesome photo, and the colorization is perfect.She toured with Buffalo Bill around America and Europe showing off her shooting skills. In 1890, she was doing a show in Berlin, and during the show she would shoot the ashes off of someone cigar (usually her husband was the volunteer). This time, Wilhelm II (the German Kaiser) stepped up to be the volunteer, and she successfully shot the ashes from his cigar.When WWI came about, Oakley realised that if she had shot and killed him, she possibly could have prevented a war.
Through it all, Eveline is a blank recorder of others’ fascinations with her. It is hard to share them. Can anyone do an “anthropology” of just one person? This book feels more like a case study of narcissistic personality disorder than a novel. Great question, and funny how the Inbox discussion preceded the calamity. I don’t know what to make of the call against the Jets. I can see the argument that by the letter of the law, the call is correct, but was the law intended for that play, as it happened, to result in a turnover? Do we need a better definition of a fumble, or what “lost control” really means? It looked like a touchdown and it smelled like a touchdown, so it should have been a touchdown.