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What’s Really Going On With Twitter?

20Nov

By Justin Ollivierre, Social Strategy, DigitasLBI Chicago The Cultural Role, The Criticism, and our Conclusion You probably noticed that the Presidential election was a serious boon for Twitter. Not a day went by where a trending election hashtag or rogue presidential-nominee tweet didn’t make national—sometimes global—news

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Friday Roundup: Week Ending November 18, 2016

20Nov

By Natalie Munio Facebook combats fake news, Twitter takes on cyber-bullies, people are traveling the world without living the house thanks to Google Earth, Facebook has more hiccups with measurements (but also makes strides in being more upfront about it), and Snapchat files for one of the largest IPOs in years.

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5 Incredible Baseball Stadiums Across America

12Nov

Now that the Chicago Cubs have won the World Series and broken then century long curse, the highlight of Wrigley Field has us thinking about the other great stadiums throughout America. The use of stadiums dates back to ancient times, back when the reigning entertainment of the day for a mass audience usually involved some permutation of “sprint really fast while a lion chases you then try and kill your opponent with a rock.” Thankfully, apart from maybe anytime a terrible entertainer performs, things have matured considerably at the hundreds of events that take place at scads of stadiums throughout the U.S. Baseball and the occasional major concert are the primary serving inside the hallowed ground of U.S

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Many survivors of the Paris attacks say their lives were altered on that horrifying night. Salim Toorabally is no exception, but it took him days to realize that he had experienced Nov. 13, 2015 differently from his colleagues

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Dear Mr. Goodell, Carolina Panthers defensive end Frank Alexander received a 10-game suspension for marijuana use. Lane Johnson, right tackle for the Philadelphia Eagles, was suspended for 10 games for performance enhancing drugs.

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Last Sunday afternoon I drove to Fordham University in the Bronx, where I was a guest on Dan Romanello’s Group Harmony Review over Fordham’s radio station, WFUV. As you approach the main entrance to Fordham, you pass the baseball diamond, home field of the Fordham Rams. You park and you walk to the basement of Keating Hall, where WFUV has become as professional an operation as you’ll find at any college-based radio station anywhere

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WASHINGTON ― Amid reports that Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump ’s campaign is in a fatal tailspin , his running mate, Mike Pence, defended Trump’s string of gaffes on Sunday and insisted the two could still win. “I couldn’t be more honored to be standing shoulder-to-shoulder with” Trump, Pence told host Chris Wallace on Fox News

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Despite a campaign where, to a great extent, the erratic and offensive behavior, intolerance and vulgarity is the message, there are some issues where Donald Trump has differentiated himself from most other Republicans as well as his Democratic opponent. His views on trade, efforts to, rhetorically at least, make the Republican Party the tribute of the white working man, and strong anti-immigrant views separate him from most of his vanquished GOP opponents

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Deb Henretta is Senior Advisor at SSA & Company , where she helps leaders better leverage big data and advanced analytics to drive strong, sustained top-line and bottom-line results.

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Obama raises the stakes for multinationals to combat human trafficking

14Jul

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Almost one year ago, we moved from Houston to start a masters at Harvard Business School. After completing half of the MBA, I thought it was time to reflect on my learnings so far.

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Watch Maxwell James in the season finale of The Family , Sunday, May 15, at 9/8c. More…

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By Jack Carrington, Strategist, 18 Feet & Rising And so it should be. The economist’s argument in favour would be that sugary drinks, like many consumer goods, have negative externalities and ought to be taxed accordingly.

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Prince Mashele , University of Pretoria The Portuguese set foot in South Africa in the 15th century, and the Dutch settled at the “Cape of Storms” in 1652 . But the noses of the first interlopers into southern Africa were not sharp enough to fore-smell Kimberley’s hidden diamonds or the Witwatersrand’s entombed gold

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Kids getting footballs is still pretty great pic.twitter.com/949LSvUHEQ — The Cauldron (@TheCauldron) January 25, 2016 As has recently become a weekly tradition, the Carolina Panthers just made yet another young fan’s dream come true. Seemingly every Sunday, Cam Newton’s squad turns on-field success into off-field elation, as players run to the stands to give touchdown balls to Carolina loyalists

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When Diana Andino first started researching medical school — something she had been working toward for years — she hit a brick wall. Andino, who was born in Ecuador, is undocumented .

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The giant snow penis cannot be stopped.  Emilian Sava, one of the workers who had to clear a giant snow penis from a park in Sweden,  felt so guilty about the act of phallic vandalism that he erected his own giant snow schlong , according to The Local.  And in what may be the world’s greatest display of penis envy, the new snow penis is much more massive than the old one. The original penis was carved into the snow over a frozen moat in Kungsparken (King’s Park) in the city of Gothenburg.

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Pittsburgh Steelers assistant coach Mike Munchak has absolutely no chill.  Towards the end of the first quarter of the Steelers’ Wild Card matchup against the Cincinnati Bengals on Saturday night, Munchak yanked a handful of Bengals safety Reggie Nelson’s dreadlocks.  Nelson barrelled into the Steelers’ sidelines after pushing running back Jordan Todman out-of-bounds. Munchak may have felt like Nelson unnecessarily shoved his running back into the sideline — Todman was nearly out-out-bounds when Nelson hit him, and the extra push sent Todman crashing into the bench. Todman should have been the star of the play for his darting run, but one of his coaches overreacted to a bit of chippiness on Nelson’s part.

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Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Martavis Bryant has responded to quarterback Ben Roethlisberger’s recent challenge with an all-timer of a touchdown catch. Ahead of Saturday night’s Steelers road playoff game against the Cincinnati Bengals, Roethlisberger publicly challenged his inconsistent big-play threat

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Dismissing the Notion of Insubordination

08Ene

by Rod Collins, Director of Innovation at Optimity Advisors In a recent article in Acoustic Guitar , Adam Perlmutter chronicles the unusual career path of Dick Boak, one of Martin Guitar’s most creative luthiers. Today Boak is the historian-in-residence of the 183-year old company and one of the most respected craftsman in his profession, but his entrée and advancement in the revered company is an intriguing and unconventional tale. Boak was enamored with music and woodmaking at an early age.

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When viewers tune in for coverage of the Latin Grammys on Thursday, they’ll also see ads from the pro-immigration reform groups SEIU and iAmerica Action targeting Republicans over their opposition to deportation relief for undocumented immigrants. “We will not accept hate,” a voiceover says in the ad, in Spanish. “We will not allow anti-immigrant attacks

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How are you approaching your next job search? No matter how much technology impacts our lives and how we interact, there are still fundamental principles that will never change. Specifically, business is (and always will be) human and people will always do business with people they like and respect

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by Doug Kirkpatrick, US Partner at NuFocus Strategic Group There are myriad reasons to investigate an organization’s culture. A job seeker may want to check out a prospective employer

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Recently, at a town hall meeting in New Hampshire, Hillary Clinton took a pretty game-changing stand on climate change. She threw her support behind a 100 percent clean energy future, saying, “We need to be moving as quickly as possible to 100 percent clean, renewable energy. We have a long way to go, but that should be our goal and we should do nothing that interferes with or undermines our efforts to reach that goal as soon as it is possible.” Make no mistake — this is a historic announcement, but I think it makes sense to talk about what this actually means for the climate, the fossil fuel industry, and the upcoming climate conference in Paris

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Today, the Earth got a little hotter, and a little more crowded. Forests: the cheapest way to store carbon What We Lose when the forests of Asia burn include the jeweled flower mantis..

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Daily Meditation: Devotional Music

09Nov

We all need help maintaining our personal spiritual practice.

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Susan Schneider, Robin Williams’ widow, recently sat down with People to talk about her late husband’s battle with Lewy body dementia and his August 2014 suicide.  “I completely forgave him, I completely understood,” Schneider told People magazine , in reference to her husband’s death. “I was beside myself in agony, but he fought to the end and I didn’t know what we were fighting, but I knew we were fighting hard.” While some speculated that Williams suffered from depression, Schneider  explained to People that it wasn’t the main cause of his death.  “It was not depression that killed Robin,” she said . “Depression was one of let’s call it 50 symptoms and it was a small one.” Williams was eventually diagnosed  Lewy body dementia  after his death

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Earlier this year, the Newseum Institute asked 1,000 Americans to name their rights under the First Amendment. A clear majority listed freedom of speech first — before freedom of religion, assembly, and other core civil liberties. And that makes sense

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Kansas City Royals Heading To World Series

24Oct

ImageContent(562b064be4b0aac0b8fd117e,562b0c761900002e00b94cd0,Image,HectorAssetUrl(562b0c761900002e00b94cd0.jpeg,Some(),Some(jpeg)),Rob Carr via Getty Images,) KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — The Royals earned another champagne shower at Kauffman Stadium. Lorenzo Cain sprinted home from first base on Eric Hosmer’s single in the eighth inning, Wade Davis weathered a 45-minute rain delay and a white-knuckle ninth, and Kansas City beat the Toronto Blue Jays 4-3 Friday night to earn its second straight trip to the World Series.

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"Woodlawn" Scores Big.

17Oct

Movie Review – Jackie K Cooper “Woodlawn” (PureFlix) “Woodlawn” is sure to run up a big score at movie theaters this week.

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LOS ANGELES (AP) — Two people suspected of critically injuring a man outside Dodger Stadium are believed to be a mother and son, Los Angeles Police Chief Charlie Beck said Tuesday. Police declined to discuss what precipitated the fight on Friday night, but Beck said detectives were reviewing video that captured the assault in hopes of tracking the pair down. Police described the mother as being in her 40s or 50s, and her son as being between 25 and 30.

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The biggest shift in the business landscape since the Internet continues to grow–and established, traditional companies need to act soon in order to compete. That’s one of the key findings in The New Rules of the Collaborative Economy , a report I co-authored with tech researcher Alexandra Samuel, released today

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Jet.com has a bold idea for luring customers: getting rid of membership fees. Yep, the discount retailer, which launched in July as a cheaper Amazon rival, is cutting its $50 subscription

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Photo by Eric Taylor Oakland, CA – Sometimes even the best pitchers are nervous.

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WASHINGTON — Tech giants and Democratic lawmakers filed briefs in court this week defending the strong net neutrality rules approved by the Obama administration. Telecom and cable companies are suing the Federal Communications Commission in an effort to overturn the rules

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The Future of Fashion Journalism Education

10Sep

“The future is already here. It’s just not evenly distributed yet.” –William Gibson This quote by science fiction guru William Gibson aptly sums up the current state of fashion journalism as well.

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Profit Sharing: Labor’s New Opportunity

06Sep

This Labor Day, American workers want two things: more pay and some concrete evidence that their incomes could rise. According to recent Labor Department data, civilian labor costs rose this past spring at the smallest rate in three decades, only 0.2% for wages and salaries. Having been faced with stagnating wages for 30 years now, workers are not in the mood to hear about reforms or programs or policies from economists and politicians that will take years or decades to implement and are pipe-dreams.

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In August, scientists at Columbia University released a study that identified the contribution that global warming made to the severity of the California drought between 2012 and 2014. Their finding – that global warming increased the drought’s severity by 8 – 27% – deepens our understanding of just how damaging and costly even small amounts of global temperature increase can be. This year alone, the California drought has cost the State 2.7 billion dollars , and led to the loss of 21,000 jobs .

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Over the 4th of July weekend, Giants defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul put his patriotism ahead of his paycheck when a fireworks accident cost him his right index finger .  Pierre-Paul lost a physical digit and a few million monetary ones, as well — the Giants withdrew a $60 million contract offer  in the wake of the incident — but he hasn’t let it all bring him down. On Sunday afternoon, Pierre-Paul addressed his mishap by tweeting a few inspiring words: What happened to me was not a set back

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The Powerful Allure of Sports

23Ago

Ultimately, the best part about sports has nothing to do with championships, awards, win-loss records, or outstanding statistical performances. Those things are all ego-based. The best part about sports is the strong relationships that are formed – often for life

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My 6-year-old son went to camp this summer. The camp was held at his school and was run by some of the school’s faculty. Each week there were different activities to choose.

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Bradley Cooper and his girlfriend, Irina Shayk, turned heads during their Italian vacation earlier this week , and now you’ll be doing another double take. The couple, who have been reportedly dating since May, were back out on the Amalfi Coast on Tuesday showing even more steamy PDA

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Shattered cellphones. Fireworks accidents

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16 Dogs That Are Big Enough To Ride*

29Jul

You’ve got to give it to the great, big dogs. Super-sized pooches have that much more love to give, with extra large licks and seriously strong tail wags that have the power to whack everything in reach (so, really, keep your breakable vases and china protected). Canines of all shapes and sizes are worthy of an affectionate scratch behind the ear and a meaningful belly rub, but there’s just something about the gentle giants that can prompt even the coldest of characters to look on with admiration and glee.

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Impassioned and unafraid to break conventional marketing rules, Betty Noonan, Chief Marketing Officer (CMO) at Cree, Inc ., is leading one of the most disruptive revolutions in homes and businesses today – the move to LED lighting. As the lead influencer and passionate architect of Cree’s innovative branding initiatives across all business units, Betty aligns her competitive, challenger approach with Cree’s relentless problem-solving to reinvent a century old category.

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Sidney Rice (left) and Steve Weatherford (right) announce their plans to donate their brains. Current New York Giants punter Steve Weatherford and former Seattle Seahawks wide receiver Sidney Rice announced Tuesday that they have decided to donate their brains to science in an effort to better understand the long-term cognitive effects of football. More..

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Theology Now

10Feb

Baillie, Balthasar, Barth, Berdyaev, Bonhoeffer, Brunner, Bultmann–to mention only the “B-team,” were coin-of-the-realm giants in the mid-20th century theological revival.

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Corita Kent, the ex-nun-turned-artist who rose to fame in the 1960s, used graphic design and poster art to protest the Vietnam War and advocate for Amnesty International. At nearly the same time, Martin Luther King, Jr., as most of the world knows by now, led a monumentally significant movement to fight for civil rights and equality in the United States

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Cross-Posted from DeSmogBlog Environmental Resources Management (ERM Group) , the consultancy selected by TransCanada to conduct the environmental review for Keystone XL ‘s northern leg on behalf of the U.S. State Department, is no stranger to scandal. Exhibit A: ERM once  bribed a Chinese official to ram through major pieces of an industrial development project .  ERM was tasked to push through the project in  Hangzhou Bay , located near Shanghai

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SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Jeremy Guthrie pitched shutout ball into the sixth inning, Lorenzo Cain drove in an early run off Tim Hudson and made a pair of nifty catches, and the Kansas City Royals beat the San Francisco Giants 3-2 Friday night to take a 2-1 World Series lead. Cain’s RBI groundout three batters in put the Royals ahead, and Kansas City expanded its lead to 3-0 in the sixth when Alex Gordon hit an RBI double off Cain and scored on Eric Hosmer’s single off left-hander Javier Lopez. More..

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La Tribunera: Deportistas se volcaron al ‘Ice Bucket Challenge’

19Ago

Redacción | MEDIOTIEMPO Ciudad de México, martes 19 de Agosto del 2014 Futbolistas como Neymar, Messi, Thiago Silva, Özil y el basquetbolista LeBron James, se unieron a la iniciativa El reto del “Ice Bucket Challenge” el cual consiste en lanzarse un balde de agua helada o con hielos para apoyar a la Asociación contra la Esclerosis Lateral Amiotrófica, ha casuado furor entre deportistas de élite mundial, por lo que varios de ellos se han sumado a la iniciativa.

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This is the eleventh installment in HuffPost Gay Voices Associate Editor James Nichols ‘ ongoing series “After Dark: NYC Nightlife Today And Days Past” that examines the state of New York nightlife in the modern day, as well as the development and production of nightlife over the past several decades. Each featured individual in this series currently serves as a prominent person in the New York nightlife community or has made important contributions in the past that have sustained long-lasting impacts. HuffPost Gay Voices believes that it is important and valuable to elevate the work, both today and in the past, of those engaged in the New York nightlife community, especially in an age where queer history seems to be increasingly forgotten.

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Hailing from the sunny shores of New Jersey, Cristina brings a diverse background to the Mudderella team.

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” Once you’re gone, you can’t come back When you’re out of the blue, and into the black” More…

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Verizon didn’t tell the whole truth in their filing to ‘shut off the copper’. Update of Part V of the series based on the report ” It’s All Interconnected” . More…

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Shelley has gone against the grain most of her career, starting in 2000 when she left the corporate world to pioneer online research. Shelley created OTX (Online Testing Exchange), which in just nine years became one of the largest and fastest growing research companies in the world

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Republican Leaders To Block Military Immigration Measure

17May

WASHINGTON (AP) — House Republican leaders intervened Friday to prevent a vote on immigration legislation, dealing a severe blow to election-year efforts to overhaul the widely denigrated system. The move came after a Republican congressman from California announced plans to try to force a vote next week, over strong conservative opposition, on his measure creating a path to citizenship for immigrants who live here illegally yet serve in the military

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MEDIOTIEMPO | Agencias Madrid, España, jueves 6 de Septiembre del 2012 Cristiano emitió un comunicando en el que negó que su tristeza sea por un tema monetario El técnico del Real Madrid, José Mourinho, no opinará sobre las declaraciones de su jugador Cristiano Ronaldo de que está triste.

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MEDIOTIEMPO | Agencias Jueves 6 de Septiembre del 2012 El técnico vasco no quiso adelantar el once titular para el partido contra Ecuador El seleccionador boliviano de futbol, el español Xabier Azkargorta, aseguró este jueves que la Verde intentará jugar el próximo viernes frente a Ecuador “un buen partido”, el requisito indispensable, según él, para sumar puntos. “Esperamos hacer una magnífica presentación y un buen partido, porque sabemos que haciendo un buen partido podremos conseguir los puntos”, afirmó en el estadio quiteño Atahualpa.

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Tigres se la juega sin quinto extranjero

06Sep

Sahid Hernández Rosete | MEDIOTIEMPO Monterrey, Nuevo León, jueves 6 de Septiembre del 2012 Al vencer el plazo para registrar a jugadores, Tigres dejó vacante la plaza de un jugador foráneo El Presidente felino, Alejandro Rodríguez, había señalado que no traerían ‘sobras’ Los Tigres seguirán lo que resta del Apertura 2012 con sólo cuatro jugadores extranjeros en su plantel, al no registrar a ningún otro elemento foráneo luego de que este miércoles venciera el plazo para los equipos mexicanos que decidieran registrar a un jugador de otra nacionalidad procedente de otra Liga distinta a la Mx. El equipo que dirige Ricardo Ferretti, por segundo torneo consecutivo tendrá solamente a cuatro extranjeros en sus filas, que son el argentino Lucas Lobos, los brasileños Juninho y Edno Cunha y recientemente el español Luis García, quien llegó al inicio del torneo. Según lo había adelantado el Presidente de la institución, el Ingeniero Alejandro Rodríguez, el club auriazul esperaría el cierre de registros en Europa que se dio el pasado 31 de agosto, para saber si quedaba libre algún elemento que interesara al ‘Tuca’, pero en todo momento aclaró que no contrarían a alguien de ‘relleno’, ni tampoco buscarían ‘sobras’.

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Redacción | MEDIOTIEMPO Ciudad de México, miércoles 5 de Septiembre del 2012 Los “ticos” sienten obligación de vencer al Tri por su situación en el Grupo B La participación de Bryan Ruiz, motor de la Selección de Costa Rica, para este viernes frente al Tri continúa siendo una incógnita. El doctor del equipo centroamericano, Alejandro Ramírez, explicó que el delantero del Fulham superó una prueba médica pero aclaró que ello no garantiza que esté bien para el duelo ante el combinado mexicano. “(El Vacusport) Fue adaptada para mejorar el sistema circulatorio de cualquier persona

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Quiere Atlante aprovechar el parón

06Sep

Redacción | MEDIOTIEMPO Ciudad de México, miércoles 5 de Septiembre del 2012 El Atlante suma cinco Jornadas sin perder y es sexto de la Tabla General Embalados por los cinco partidos que suman sin perder, los Potros esperan afinar más detalles durante la pausa de esta semana por las Fechas FIFA. El portero Jorge Villalpando reconoció que a pesar de los 12 puntos que los tienen en el sexto lugar de la Tabla General deben apuntalar varios aspectos. “Son dos semanas que nos vienen muy bien para seguir trabajando, para que el equipo siga mejorando todo lo que le hace falta” Por ello, el conjunto azulgrana trabajó a doble sesión martes y miércoles, pues el DT Ricardo La Volpe espera luego que sus jugadores descansen para volver a punto a la reanudación del Apertura 2012, para lo cual enfrentarán a los Xolos en Cancún.

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Filed under: Béisbol , Baseball Nueva York – El juego de este domingo entre los Gigantes de San Francisco y los Mets de Nueva York fue pospuesto por lluvia y reagendado como parte de una cartelera doble con boleto de admisión sencillo para el lunes a partir de las 4:10 p.m., hora local. Con la lluvia ya cayendo y un pronostico de que llovería todo el día, el juego fue pospuesto aproximadamente 90 minutos antes de su inicio programado. El pitcher abridor de los Gigantes Tim Lincecum, programado para subir al montículo el domingo, abrirá el primer juego del lunes, con Madison Bumgarner lanzando el segundo

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Filed under: Videos , NFL , NFL fotos , NFL Videos Uniformes 2012 NFL La NFL presentó el martes sus nuevos uniformes diseñados por Nike. La liga y la empresa de productos deportivos presentaron los uniformes de los 32 equipos con un espectáculo en un estudio de cine de Brooklyn.

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Filed under: Videos , NFL , NFL Videos , Maniáticos , Super Bowl La modelo paquistaní Tehmeena Afzal echó mano de su belleza y sensualidad e hizo un tremendo tributo a los ganadores del Súper Bowl , los New York Giants, con un ‘body paint’ de infarto.

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Filed under: Videos , Fotos , NFL fotos , NFL Videos , Super Bowl Maria Menounos paga apuesta en bikini La actriz y presentadora estadounidense, Maria Menounos , pagó su apuesta con Mario López del Super Bowl que ganaron el fin de semana los New York Giants.

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Filed under: NFL , Super Bowl De acuerdo con información publicada en el sitio CBS , la famosa modelo brasileña Gisele Bündchen, esposa del quarterback de los Giants de Nueva York, Tom Brady, no pudo contener su enojo al finalizar el Súper Bowl , contra los fanáticos de los Patriots de Nueva Inglaterra, quienes le gritaban “Eli es dueño de su marido!”, y sin más, antes de tomar el ascensor lanzó unas cuantas maldiciones contra los receptores Bundchen no respondió directamente a las burlas. Justo antes de que ella entrara en el ascensor, dejó escapar una palabra de maldición al mismo tiempo se quejaba de que Brady no pudo lanzar bien el balón y cogerlo, al mismo tiempo

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MEDIOTIEMPO | Agencias Berlín, Alemania, lunes 6 de Febrero del 2012 Javier “Vasco” Aguirre, el mejor de México; José Manuel “Chepo” de la Torre, en el lugar 119 El escocés Sir Alex Ferguson, del Manchester United, es el mejor entrenador del mundo del Siglo XXI según la clasificación de la IFFHS, donde el mexicano Javier “Vasco” Aguirre se ubica en el sitio 61.

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MEDIOTIEMPO | Agencias Barcelona, España, lunes 6 de Febrero del 2012 Confía plenamente en el equipo de Josep Guardiola de cara a esta Temporada El ex jugador holandés del FC Barcelona, Michael Reiziger, ha asegurado hoy que “no duda” de las posibilidades del Barça en la Liga ya que, a pesar de la diferencia de siete puntos respecto al Real Madrid, el equipo de Guardiola “es fenomenal todavía” y el campeonato “es muy largo y pueden pasar muchas cosas”.

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Edno debutó y espera jugar como le gusta

06Feb

Jessika Méndez | MEDIOTIEMPO (Corresponsal) Monterrey, Nuevo León, México, domingo 5 de Febrero del 2012 El refuerzo felino llegó a Tigres el martes pasado El brasileño Edno Roberto Cunha ya debutó con Tigres, lo hizo al entrar de cambio al minuto 61 en el duelo contra América, tomando el lugar de Héctor Mancilla en la punta del ataque felino.   Aún así, Edno tuvo una labor de sacrificio, bajando más de lo normal para un centro delantero; ante esto, el refuerzo auriazul señaló que le gusta salir jugando y espera desempeñarse como él quiere.   “Me gusta salir jugando, pero esperaré el momento exacto y ahí sí voy a jugar como me gusta y hacer el gol”, comentó el brasileño al arribar al Aeropuerto de Monterrey de regreso de la Ciudad de México

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Edgar Malagón | MEDIOTIEMPO Ciudad de México, domingo 5 de Febrero del 2012 Cruz azul partió esta noche a Paraguay para iniciar la Copa Libertadores Con el objetivo de sumar puntos en su primer partido de Copa Libertadores, Cruz Azul viajó esta noche a Paraguay donde enfrentará al Nacional en el Estadio Defensores del Chaco.

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Filed under: NFL , NBA Super Bowl XLVI Eli Manning y los Giants volvieron a superar a Tom Brady y los Patriots, al anotar un touchdown en el último minuto para derrotar el domingo 21-17 a Nueva Inglaterra y conquistar el cuarto Súper Bowl de Nueva York. Fue una reedición del partido por el campeonato de 2008, cuando Manning condujo a Nueva York a un triunfo sobre Nueva Inglaterra para arruinar la temporada perfecta de los Patriots.) Ambos quarterbacks alternaron momentos de genialidad.

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Anuncios del Super Bowl (VIDEO)

06Feb

Filed under: Videos , NFL Videos , Super Bowl Más allá del choque entre los Patriots de Nueva Inglaterra y los Giants de Nueva York en el Super Bowl, hubo otro enfrentamiento que para muchos fue el verdadero: la lucha entre los anunciantes por ganar la atención del teleauditorio. El Super Bowl es el escenario más grande de la publicidad estadounidense: Las empresas gastaron un promedio de 3,5 millones de dólares para transmitir sus comerciales de apenas 30 segundos durante el partido del domingo

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