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  • Five Things We Loved about Madden nfl 23 (and 5 Things We Loved About)
    In general, it's difficult to create a list of positive and negative things to say about every year's latest Madden entry. This year, however, cheap mut 23 coins swung towards the stars. And when the game decides to go big or even go home in so numerous ways it's not surprising there were some risks have paid off, while others fell in the dust. It's nice to see that so many...
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  • Rocket League Credits by linking your Twitch and Rocket League
    cosmetics can simplest be received as a drop Rocket League Credits by linking your Twitch and Rocket League debts and tuning into authentic esports streams. February 10’s Collegiate Rocket League flow marks the primary time these new cosmetics can be obtainable, however fan rewards are lively on each professional RLCS, RLRS, and CRL circulation for the duration of the season. This season’s...
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  • “45 Minute Conversation…”: Yuvraj Singh’s Cryptic Tweet On Rishabh Pant Goes Viral
    Rishabh Pant turned out to be the hero for the Indian cricket team on Sunday with a maiden ODI century against England in Manchester. Pant’s unbeaten 125 off 113 balls helped India recover from 72/4 to chase down a 260-run target in 42.1 overs. Pant and Hardik Pandya (71, 55 balls) shared a 133-run stand for the fifth wicket to help India register a five-wicket win and clinch the series...
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  • “Alternative facts”: Harsh book reviews for Kellyanne Conway’s new memoir
    In a book review for the Guardian, attorney Lloyd Green claimed there are few reasons for anyone who has ever listened to former Donald Trump adviser Kellyanne Conway defend the former president to buy her new book, “Here’s The Deal: A Memoir” which he labeled as “thoroughly selective when it comes to inconvenient truths.” Conway, is currently making the...
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  • “Come Away With Me” at 20: Norah Jones reflects on “hopeful, romantic” record but won’t call it jazz
    The title of Norah Jones’ debut record, “Come Away With Me,” offers truth in advertising. Its collection of songs serves as an invitation to enchantment, blending elements of jazz, country, and singer/songwriter pop to charm the listener into a world of romance, joy, and the melancholic subtleties of deep feeling. Released on the storied Blue Note Records label in...
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  • “Extensive evidence of fraud and forgery”: Michigan Dems say GOP submitted fake signatures
    The Michigan Democratic Party on Tuesday challenged the petition signatures submitted by three Republican gubernatorial candidates, accusing them of “fraud and forgery” that could disqualify them from the ballot. State Democrats submitted more than 250 pages worth of complaints ahead of the deadline to challenge candidates’ nominating petitions, accusing candidates...
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  • “Living in fear of mass shootings is not freedom”: Dems push for action after July 4 parade shooting
    Sen. Bernie Sanders said late Monday that Congress must take far more ambitious legislative action to combat the scourge of gun violence in the United States in the wake of the mass shooting at a Fourth of July parade in Highland Park, Illinois. “Today’s terrible shooting in Highland Park is the latest reminder of our nation’s deadly gun violence epidemic,”...
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  • “Lost Illusions” is a sumptuous period piece on the allure of fame, followers and fake news
    Ah, to be a critic! In this media-snarky world, it is reassuring that “Lost Illusions,” the great 19th Century European realist novel by Honoré de Balzac, was exceedingly prescient to our current age of social media — and how reputations can be won and lost, or bought and sold.  Xavier Giannoli’s sumptuous adaptation, which was nominated for 14 César Awards (French...
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  • “Never offer the Queen an ultimatum”: Why it’s good to be Queen, but no one else in the royal family
    “They have no freedom, really,” observes Tina Brown. As a journalist, editor and bestselling author of “The Vanity Fair Diaries” and “The Diana Chronicles,” Brown has been observing the British royal family for decades. And she’s come to the conclusion that, as she says in “The Palace Papers: Inside the House of Windsor, the Truth and...
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  • “Originalism” and other Supreme nonsense: How the right-wing justices rationalize mass murder
    When I moved to New York City in 1981, I first stayed at the YMCA, and every day I encountered street hustlers on 34th Street, taking people’s money with the shell game. You know how it goes: A pea or a little ball is placed under one of three cups and moved around rapidly; you are enticed to bet on where it ends up. (And after the first “lucky” guess, you are...
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