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Concern after player verbally abused after GAA County Final

first_imgThere have been calls for improved stewarding at GAA games in the county after Gaoth Dobhair footballer Eamon McGee clashed with a spectator at the weekend.After Sunday’s drawn Donegal senior football championship final at Sean MacCumhaill Park, McGee was approached by the spectator.Some members of the media and other spectators were present as McGee was verbally attacked by the man. The incident happened on the pitch after McGee had conducted some post-match interviews with the media. The situation was defused, but McGee suggested on Twitter that his wife and young child were also targeted.“Didn’t mind him getting onto me but getting onto Joanne while she was walking off the field with Daisy isn’t cool. Thankfully she was well fit for him,” McGee Tweeted. McGee had just played for Gaoth Dobhair against Naomh Conaill in a game that finished 0-8 apiece.  It is understood that the individual does not have an affiliation to any of the clubs involved in Sunday’s final.The alleged abuse directed at the player was not connected to the game in any way.McGee was involved in the Donegal group that campaigned for a ‘yes’ vote in the referendum to repeal the 8th amendment and backed the ‘yes’ camp in the marriage equality referendum.The 2012 All-Ireland winner was criticised for his stance and has been previously the subject of social media abuse regarding his beliefs.  Some buck coming on roaring abuse about George Soros 🙄Didn’t mind him getting onto me but getting onto Joanne while she was walking off the field with Daisy isn’t cool. Thankfully she was well fit for him. https://t.co/jTqqSWfyQv— Eamon Mc Gee (@EamonMcGee) October 21, 2019Concern after player verbally abused after GAA County Final was last modified: October 24th, 2019 by Chris McNultyShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:2019 Donegal SFCBallybofeyEamon McGeeGaoth DobhairNaomh Conailllast_img read more

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Adams says he sees fear in Harrison

first_imgAli Adams believes Audley Harrison is feeling the pressure ahead of their heavyweight clash this Saturday.It will be Harrison’s first fight since he lost a one-sided world title bout against David Haye in November 2010 – a performance he says was caused by a pectoral injury.Underdog Adams, who was born in war-torn Iraq and now lives in Chelsea, insists he will end the former Olympic champion’s career and that Harrison, 40, does not have the stomach for a battle.“When I stand face-to-face I can see his eyes shaking – his confidence is knocking down,” Adams, 30, told West London Sport.“I don’t see a guy who’s hungry. My hunger is going to take care of everything.“Age is of course catching up [with Harrison] and playing with his head. He got knocked out in his fight with David Haye. I believe he’s got no confidence whatsoever.“If he’s got the confidence and has done the training then that would be amazing, because I want it to be a great fight.“I don’t want people to say ‘Ali Adams knocked him out because Audley’s finished’. I want them to say ‘Audley and Ali Adams had a really good fight and Ali Adams deserved to win.’”The fight is a massive opportunity for Adams, who knows a victory could take his career to another level.It also takes place exactly a year after the death of his father.Adams said: “This is my dream. I wish my father was next to me watching. I believe his soul is watching up there. I’m going to do it for him.“I’m fighting for people who’ve got no chance in life. This is my chance, my opportunity, my time.“When you get an opportunity like this you can’t let it go. You have to give 100%. I’d rather die than lose to him.”And Adams, who left Baghdad as a youngster, laughed off Harrison’s claim to have “come from the streets” of north-west London and to have worked his way up the hard way.“I’ve seen the war, the bombs and all that when I was a child,” said Adams.“Him growing up on the streets? That means nothing. He could never go on the streets of Iraq.“Most of the people you know get killed or kidnapped. I had to had to fight through life to get where I am today. This is my time.”The much-criticised Harrison is typically confident about his chances, claiming that he is now fully fit and ready to produce his best.A defeat this weekend would be the sixth of his career and surely bring about his retirement.A win, however, could put him in line for a shot at the likes of Liverpool prospect David Price.Harrison declared: “After the David Haye fight I think a lot of people thought it would be the last of Mr A-Force. They thought it would be over.“The guy that’s turning up on Saturday is the guy that most people know and that 90% of the time whose performances have been above average.“When it matters I turn up and I do a job. And come Saturday night, Mr Adams, I will be turning up to do a job, so all the talk you’ve been doing – let’s hope you believe it.“I’m ready to turn the clock back. You’re going to see something special. I’m back.“The reason I’ve come back and haven’t retired is because this part of the journey is about Audley finding himself. This is about my legacy. This is about my journey.”Follow West London Sport on Twitter Find us on Facebooklast_img read more

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Video: Watch QPR’s incredible Mannequin Challenge

first_imgQPR attempt the Mannequin Challenge at their Harlington training ground. It’s quite a work of art. See also:Fit-again Bidwell back in QPR squadHolloway confirms Bidwell and Robinson newsQPR extend youngster Hamalainen’s contract’Semi-retired banker and Chelsea fan’ made director of QPR’s holding company  Ads by Revcontent Trending Articles Urologists: Men, Forget the Blue Pill! This “Destroys” ED x ‘Genius Pill’ Used By Rich Americans Now Available In Netherlands! x One Cup of This (Before Bed) Burns Belly Fat Like Crazy! x Men, You Don’t Need the Blue Pill if You Do This x What She Did to Lose Weight Stuns Doctors: Do This Daily Before Bed! x Drink This Before Bed, Watch Your Body Fat Melt Like Crazy x Follow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebooklast_img read more

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Cosmology Goes Off the Reservation

first_imgIf science were ever restricted to observation, experimental demonstration, and evidence, some cosmologists left that reservation far behind long ago.  Being smart does not preclude going nutty.Disembodied brains:  If the multiverse exists, there should be more disembodied intelligences than human brains, says creator of PreposterousUniverse.com, Sean Carroll of Caltech.  New Scientist says that in a multiverse, “Boltzmann brains” are just as likely to pop into existence from quantum fluctuations as other entities.  Since most brains look human, maybe the multiverse is wrong.  The multiverse might be rescued, though, by Everett’s old “many-worlds hypothesis” that postulates new universes splitting off endlessly to fulfill every possible outcome of quantum events.  “Maybe Hitler won the second world war in a different universe,” Carroll speculates.  What do other cosmologists think of this reasoning?  Seth Lloyd: “I believe they fail the Monty Python test: Stop that! That’s too silly!”  Scott Aaronson of MIT: “It sounds like something a bunch of college sophomores would discuss while high. It doesn’t sound like a real scientific problem.”Keeping time in the right direction:  The “thermodynamic arrow of time” is a frequent topic in cosmology and philosophy.  Theoretically the laws of physics would allow time to flow backward, but we never observe that.  The same Sean Carroll mentioned above is one of the latest who, since Boltzmann, using his own human brain, tried to preserve the symmetry of time by postulating other parts of reality where time would flow backward.  Presumably, in such locales, persons would proceed from old age to birth.  A new paper on arXiv mentioned by PhysOrg tries to rationalize the one-way arrow of time by the way memories work.  “The reason we can’t remember future events is because we have faulty memories,” the article says.  This seems to be begging the question of why memories need be faulty in only one time direction.  Perhaps insight could be gained with palindrome games.  Even more quizzical is whether meanings would be inverted by going backward.  Consider reverse poetry that conveys opposite meanings depending on whether it is read forward or backward.The dark arts:  A sober-looking group of cosmologists at Max Planck Institute is worrying over the results of their divination: computer models of the early universe.  They are trying to bring their models into conformity with the observations of mature galaxies near the beginning.  Along with the mystical spider eyes and bat wings of computer code, they pitch in dark matter, a “strange substance” required to keep galaxies together.  Next, they “want to expand their computer simulations even further” in order “to get a step closer to the mystery of dark energy.”  But do these strange substances even exist?Phantom quest:  A press release from HZDR says that one dark matter candidate—the U Boson—can be crossed off the list, thanks to negative results by the HADES experiment.  (The U Boson is sometimes paradoxically dubbed the “dark photon“).  But how can cosmologists postulate 95% of reality by observing just 5% of it?  “Although Dark Energy and Dark Matter appear to constitute over 95 percent of the universe, nobody knows of which particles they are made up,” the article begins.  Dark matter is not even needed, physicist Mordehai Milgrom told New Scientist.  Just abandon the notion, and use his Modified Newtonian Mechanics (MOND) instead.If you can’t lick the zanies, join them:  In their headline on The Conversation, Luke Barnes and Geraint Lewis ask the question readers are surely asking at this point: “Have cosmologists lost their minds in the multiverse?”  Hoping for a breath of sanity, the reader waits in vain for a scientific rejection of this trendy speculation that is unobservable even in principle (thus unscientific in principle).  The hope dies right near the beginning in the childish lingo: “The multiverse theory is that our universe is but one of a vast, variegated ensemble of other universes. We don’t know how many pieces there are to the multiverse but estimates suggest there many [sic] be squillions of them.”  Bouncing off the BICEP2 claims (currently under scrutiny), they agree that other universes are unobservable in principle, but then say this: “In some versions of inflation, the process that causes our universe to inflate is expected to produce huge numbers of other universes. Evidence for inflation isn’t exactly direct evidence for the multiverse, but it’s a start.”  But what if the BICEP2 evidence gets debunked this fall?  (5/12/14)  Will that falsify the multiverse idea?  Not likely, given their unfeigned faith in the unobservable.  Then, in a weird leap of logic, they consider our existence in a life-friendly world as evidence for a multiverse.  Why?  Because if it is so unlikely in one universe, maybe it is less unlikely in “squillions” of them:The multiverse can handle this. The probability of observing a particular type of universe depends on that universe first creating observers. We are not just passive observers, setting up our equipment and taking measurements of the universe at our leisure. We are products of this universe.While universes with observers may be highly unusual in the entire multiverse, they will obviously be the norm for observed universes. And so, the life-permitting nature of our universe can be counted as a successful prediction of the multiverse. (Prediction in the logical, rather than chronological sense.)They even use the absence of Boltzmann brains as evidence for the multiverse!  “At the moment, there are too many ifs and maybes in this story,” they admit in the end.  They admit that the BICEP2 results do not necessarily support inflation, and that inflation does not necessarily support a multiverse.  They admit that “theories struggle to predict anything, so clearly there is much much more to be done.”  But they don’t need evidence, predictions, or any other hallmarks of science to keep materialistic hope alive: “But positing the multiverse is not, as claimed by some, the end of science. It may be the start of the biggest scientific adventure of all.”The situation in cosmology is analogous to the reputation of conservatives in the media.  If conservatives were guilty of one tenth the scandals in the current progressive liberal administration in the US, the media would have tarred and feathered them to the point where they could not function and would be driven out of office, with no further hope of employment even as ditch diggers.  Similarly, if advocates of creation or intelligent design committed one hundredth the fallacies of the naturalistic cosmologists, the outcry would be deafening: These anti-science fools would take us back to the Dark Ages!  They know nothing!  They are destroying that noble ideal of science!  We can’t let them influence the children!  Away with them!But no, both groups of perpetrators get a pass, because they’re all united around a common goal: ridding the world of Romans 1. 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AT&T Brings Sling Back to 3G

first_imgmike melanson Why Tech Companies Need Simpler Terms of Servic… Tags:#news#web Related Posts Good things are happening for 3G users this week. While the ban on Skype over 3G ended months ago, AT&T just lifted the floodgates for streaming television content for Sling users. According to the New York Times’ Bits Blog, AT&T announced this morning that it will once again allow the SlingPlayer iPhone app to stream content over its 3G network.This means that all you Slingbox users can now carry your TV with you wherever you go, not just where you can find a WiFi hotspot.AT&T first restricted Sling’s iPhone app last May, shortly after putting similar restrictions on Skype. While it removed the Skype restrictions months ago, with iPhone opening up the gates last week, AT&T said it had to run some tests before opening up to Sling again.“Since mid-December 2009, AT&T has been testing the app and has recently notified Sling Media — as well as Apple — that the optimized app can run on its 3G network,” quotes the Times from an AT&T press release. While the upgraded app will not be immediately available, Apple is expected to approve the app soon. It will be available as a free upgrade for users who have already bought a previous version.center_img Top Reasons to Go With Managed WordPress Hosting A Web Developer’s New Best Friend is the AI Wai… 8 Best WordPress Hosting Solutions on the Marketlast_img read more

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TCIAA Staff Support TCI Diabetic Association

first_img Former Premier says PNP left plan for Salt Cay airport, but there is no evidence of the claim Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Recommended for you Airports Authority commanded to protect South Caicos airport by airline Related Items:tci diabetic association, Tciaa, world diabetes day Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppPROVIDENCIALES, Turks & Caicos Islands – Friday, November 13, 2015 – The staff of the Turks and Caicos Islands Airports Authority (TCIAA) on Friday donned their blue t-shirts in support of the Turks & Caicos Islands Diabetic Association’s awareness drive.November 14, is celebrated as World Diabetes Day and the local Diabetic Association has taken lead to educate the local public. TCI Diabetic Association member, Angela Williams is proud to lead the Airport and its staff members and encourage them to wear the blue shirts for the day. She has been a member of this association for years and has helped to bring about awareness through sales of these shirt and being a part of meetings that are held on the 1st Tuesday of every month at the Cheshire Hall Medical Center. These meetings are open to the public and are geared towards the education, prevention and control of Diabetes.The Association raises funds to support TCI Diabetics from all islands as it is noted that 33% of the local population suffer from this disease. Funds raised are also used to purchase meters, needles, food supplies and even scooters for those most in need.The Chairman and staff of the TCIAA are proud to support such a worthy initiative and encourage staff cohesiveness for a disease that affects so many in our small community. Airports Authority reveals sabotage at South Caicos Airportlast_img read more

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Rivaldo Dembele is trying to force an exit from Barcelona

first_imgBarcelona great Rivaldo believes Ousmane Dembele’s time is up and advised the club to carefully handle the situation in order to not lower his transfer valueThe Catalan giants signed Dembele in 2017 for €105m from Borussia Dortmund to replace Neymar – who left for Paris Saint-Germain.However, Dembele’s debut campaign at Barcelona was hampered with injuries and he struggled for form upon his return.To make matters worse, Dembele’s troubles at Camp Nou have since been brought into the spotlight.The 21-year-old allegedly skipped a training session before the international break which left manager Ernesto Valverde fuming.The Spaniard then omitted Dembele from the team which lost 4-3 at home to Real Betis last time out in La Liga.Sergio Ramos, Real MadridZidane reveals Sergio Ramos injury concern for Real Madrid Andrew Smyth – September 14, 2019 Zinedine Zidane has put Sergio Ramos’ availability for Real Madrid’s trip to Sevilla next weekend in doubt after withdrawing him against Levante.Barcelona forward Malcom came out in defence of Dembele on Friday and insisted the entire team are behind him.But Rivaldo wasn’t as sympathetic and suggested that Dembele simply no longer wants to play for Barcelona.“Given his recent behaviour, I believe Ousmane Dembélé doesn’t want to stay at Barcelona – it seems like he is forcing a move away from the club,” Rivaldo told Betfair.“Barca must be careful in dealing with this situation – avoiding sanctions or suspensions – because it can impact the transfer value and he was very expensive in the first place.“Barcelona should keep calm and figure out a way to get him playing again so they can sell him for a reasonable price and not a bargain.”Dembele has managed six goals and two assists in 15 appearances for Barcelona this season.last_img read more

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Police investigating series of trash can fires in East Village

first_img January 25, 2018 Ed Lenderman Police investigating series of trash can fires in East Village Updated: 5:19 PM 00:00 00:00 spaceplay / pause qunload | stop ffullscreenshift + ←→slower / faster ↑↓volume mmute ←→seek  . seek to previous 12… 6 seek to 10%, 20% … 60% XColor SettingsAaAaAaAaTextBackgroundOpacity SettingsTextOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundSemi-TransparentOpaqueTransparentFont SettingsSize||TypeSerif MonospaceSerifSans Serif MonospaceSans SerifCasualCursiveSmallCapsResetSave SettingsSAN DIEGO (KUSI) —San Diego Police and San Diego Fire’s Metro/Arson Strike Team (MAST) are investigating a series of at least 6 trash can fires in the East Village area.The fires are being investigated as arson. Police believe that the arsonist is a transient in the area.The trash can fires were at the following locations: J St & Park Blvd8th Ave & Market St1155 Island Ave525 14th StG St & 14th StIsland Ave & 19th Stcenter_img Posted: January 25, 2018 Ed Lenderman, Categories: Good Morning San Diego, Local San Diego News FacebookTwitterlast_img read more

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National Foster Care Month

first_imgNational Foster Care Month KUSI Newsroom, Categories: Local San Diego News FacebookTwitter There are more than 3,000 foster children in San Diego and May is National Foster Care Month.KUSI was joined by the CEO of Promises 2 Kids, Tonya Torosian, with more on why this is the most important time of year for foster youth awareness. KUSI Newsroom May 17, 2018 Posted: May 17, 2018last_img

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