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Maj. Gen. Mark Toy, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Great Lakes and Ohio River Division commander, makes opening remarks during the dedication of Olmstead Locks and Dam on the Ohio River Aug. 30, 2018. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Louisville District constructed the project. (Photo by Lee Roberts)


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Maj. Gen. Mark Toy, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Great Lakes and Ohio River Division commander, makes opening remarks during the dedication of Olmstead Locks and Dam on the Ohio River Aug. 30, 2018. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Louisville District constructed the project. (Photo by Lee Roberts)


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Saturday 1. Tennessee (22-1) beat Florida 73-61. Next: vs. South Carolina, Wednesday. 2. Duke (20-2) at No. 3 Virginia. Next: at No. 16 Louisville, Tuesday. 3. Virginia (20-1) vs. No. 2 Duke. Next: at No.…

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Voter ID as electoral eugenics

by Tom Sullivan

It's a wonder more voting rights advocates haven't been charged with sedition. It was an accusation leveled at Joseph Mulloy, Alan McSurely and Carl Braden by the state of Kentucky in 1967. It was Braden's second sedition charge. The first was in 1954 for helping an African American couple buy a home in Louisville. Kentucky treated that as an attempt to overthrow the commonwealth. Braden served eighteen months in prison before the Supreme Court in another case ruled state-level sedition charges unconstitutional.

That made the 1967 charges in Pike County, KY illegal, historian Elizabeth Catte writes in "What You Are Getting Wrong About Appalachia (2018)." But legal, schmeagal. None of that mattered to the sheriff and local power brokers put out with anti-poverty and anti-coal activists they accused of attempting to "take over Pike County from the power structure and put it in the hands of the poor." That was just over blocking Puritan Coal Company bulldozers. Heaven forbid they helped poor people vote.

Catte's fierce little book rebuts myths perpetuated about “Greater Appalachia” by J.D. Vance ("Hillbilly Elegy") and others. Catte's Appalachia is more than "Trump Country." Her Appalachia includes dogged organizers like Braden, the United Mine Workers of the Battle of Blair Mountain, and communities organized against mountaintop-removal mining. The Knoxville native argues the hollow-eyed, barefoot-and-impoverished, black-and-white images from federally funded photo essays dating from the Depression to the War on Poverty amount to a "willful representation of a community" as backward, violent, and chronically dependent. All the more reason for extractive capitalism imposed from without (and supported by elites within) to retain its monopoly on power.

Selling the 1960s War on Poverty to the rest of the country meant giving white, middle-class Americans images they would find relatable. Photographers sought images of white poverty and portrayed them as representative of an entire region, Catte argues. They eschewed photographs of "more 'modern' residents who owned gas stations and restaurants." Or of African Americans. Or of Native Americans. Vance is simply the most recent popularizer of the hillbilly stereotype that enabled coal barons to spin wholesale destruction of the land, air, water, and the exploitation of a people as modernization.

But something darker, Catte believes, lies beneath the established narrative Vance perpetuates of hillbillies as a genetically distinct (read: inbred), white Scots-Irish monoculture. Catte traces the efforts of outsiders to improve the region's "less-evolved" human stock through relocation or sterilization:

Virginia was already at the forefront of the American eugenics movement thanks to the efforts of the Eugenics Records Office in Cold Spring Harbor, New York. The New York collective helped Virginia's politicians draft sterilization and racial integrity laws. In 1927 the fruits of their labor blossomed when the infamous Supreme Court case Buck v. Bell effectively legalized compulsory eugenic sterilization nationwide which was practiced in Virginia until 1979.
Seen as unresponsive after years of War on Poverty assistance landed Appalachians among the ranks of the undeserving poor. Conservatives painted them as born into a culture of poverty. The hillbilly myth "allows conservative intellectuals to talk around stale stereotypes of African Americans and other nonwhite individuals while holding up the exaggerated degradations of a white group thought to defy evidence of white privilege." Scots-Irish heritage is there, Catte acknowledges. But exaggerating its influences in Appalachia and blaming Appalachians for their own exploitation provides cover for explaining persistent poverty among nonwhites elsewhere as a function of defective genes rather than entrenched systems of power.

Vance hopes readers will take from "Elegy" an understanding "of how class and family affect the poor without filtering their views through a racial prism.” Catte counters that race is exactly the point. The National Review's response to "Elegy" was "positively gleeful," Catte writes, telling its readers, "The white working class has followed the black underclass and Native Americans not just into family disintegration, addiction, and other pathologies, but also perhaps into the most important self-sabotage of all, the crippling delusion that they cannot improve their lot by their own effort." Vance proposes bringing in venture capitalists to show hillbillies how it's done.

Catte punches back, arguing the hillbilly narrative "would retroactively vindicate [conservatives] for viciously deploying the same stereotypes against nonwhite people for decades."

Catte tells Guernica, "For those who like to indulge in that brand of self-righteousness, it is always the poor who fail our country, never a country that has failed the poor, and race and class work together in that regard to make poverty seem innate among certain populations."

As for popular depictions of a region populated by hillbillies, Catte writes, "It turns out that if you create and sell a version of Appalachia as a place filled with defective people, eugenicists start paying attention to your work." She introduces readers to Charles Davenport of the Eugenics Records Office, to writer, attorney and eugenicist Henry Caudill, and to Stanford scientist William Shockley's Foundation for Research and Education of Eugenics and Dysgenics.

What is striking in Catte's exploration of their influences in Charles' Murray's "The Bell Curve" and J.D. Vance's account of Greater Appalachia is the matter-of-factness about eugenicists' efforts at improving the gene pool of the undeserving poor. In addition to sterilization, Caudill suggested moving in army camps. Caudill believed soldiers impregnating mountain women would be "to the everlasting benefit of the region as a whole."

More striking for voting rights activists are the parallels Catte does not draw between efforts to improve the Appalachian gene pool and lofty-sounding efforts "to clean up the voter rolls" in the name of election integrity. Purging voter rolls, erecting registration hurdles, denying voting rights to ex-felons, demanding photo IDs for voting — those efforts to purify the voter pool are not about race either(!), but enacted under the public rationale of strengthening American democracy as a whole.

To extend Catte's account of American eugenics, manipulation of voting laws to retain a monopoly on power appears as simply another manifestation of a racial stratagem that resurfaces decade after decade in cunning variations.


          Love Is in the Air: OpenTable Reveals 25 Most Romantic Cities in America 2019      Cache   Translate Page      

With Valentine’s Day around the corner, we’re pleased to reveal the ranking of the 25 Most Romantic Cities in America 2019. As diners seek the ingredients for the ultimate Valentine’s Day — an intimate restaurant with a fitting atmosphere — certain cities prove they are unmatched destinations for romantic dining experiences. OpenTable’s Most Romantic Cities Index was calculated using three variables: the percentage of restaurants rated “romantic” according to OpenTable diner reviews; the percentage of tables seated for two; and the percentage of people who dined out for Valentine’s Day in 2018. The following cities, listed in alphabetical order, comprise the 25 Most Romantic Cities in America for 2019. Baton Rouge, Louisiana Birmingham, Alabama Boise, Idaho Carmel, California Cincinnati, Ohio Des Moines, Iowa Grand Rapids, Michigan Greensboro, North Carolina Greenville, South Carolina Jacksonville, Florida Kansas City, Kansas Key West, Florida Knoxville, Tennessee Louisville, Kentucky Madison, Wisconsin Memphis, Tennessee New York […]

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          Added or Updated Record Collections at FamilySearch.org - Week of 3 to 9 February 2019      Cache   Translate Page      
I am trying to keep up with the new and updated record collections at   FamilySearch   (https://familysearch.org/search/collection/list) every week.

As of 9 February 2019, there were 2,448 record collections on FamilySearch (an increase of 9 from last week):

The added or updated collections are (as Marshall provided them):

--- Collections Added   ---

*  England, Herefordshire Bishop's Transcripts, 1583-1898  (https://familysearch.org/search/collection/3155913); 2,900 indexed records with 2,900 record images, ADDED 2 Feb 2019

*  Argentina, Corrientes, Civil Registration, 1880-1930    (https://familysearch.org/search/collection/2821282); 105,124 indexed records with 105,124 record images, ADDED 4 Feb 2019

*  England, Shropshire Parish Registers, 1538-1918 (https://familysearch.org/search/collection/3155854); 4,849 indexed records with 4,849 record images, ADDED 5 Feb 2019

*  New Hampshire, Hillsborough County, Manchester, Obituaries, 1800-2007   (https://familysearch.org/search/collection/3047899); 30,249 indexed records with 30,249 record images, ADDED 7 Feb 2019

*  Hawaii, Harbin File - Russian Immigrant Laborers Index A-Z, 1909-1910   (https://familysearch.org/search/collection/3019097); 2,314 indexed records with 2,314 record images, ADDED 6 Feb 2019

*  Connecticut, Vital Records, Prior to 1850       (https://familysearch.org/search/collection/2843390); 34,995 indexed records with 34,995 record images, ADDED 1 Jan 1970

*  North Dakota, Cemetery Records, 1877-1999       (https://familysearch.org/search/collection/1451475); 426 indexed records with 426 record images, ADDED 1 Jan 1970

*  Minnesota, Wright County, City of St. Michael and Frankfort Township, Birth and Death Records, 1900-1953        (https://familysearch.org/search/collection/2849252); 3,349 indexed records with 3,349 record images, ADDED 5 Feb 2019

*  Oregon, World War I, County Military Service Records, 1919-1920 (https://familysearch.org/search/collection/3010088); 15,195 indexed records with 15,195 record images, ADDED 7 Feb 2019

--- Collections Updated ---

*  Hungary Civil Registration, 1895-1980   (https://familysearch.org/search/collection/1452460); 920,375 indexed records with 5,864,285 record images (was 920,375 records with 5,864,285 images), Updated 7 Feb 2019

*  South Africa, Transvaal, Civil Death, 1869-1954 (https://familysearch.org/search/collection/2998108); 134,526 indexed records with 134,265 record images (was 134,526 records with 134,265 images), Updated 4 Feb 2019

*  France, Saône-et-Loire, Census, 1836    (https://familysearch.org/search/collection/2721038); Index only (545,714 records), no images (was 545,714 records with 0 images), Updated 5 Feb 2019

*  Illinois Cemetery Transcriptions, 1853-2009     (https://familysearch.org/search/collection/2043817); 9,028 indexed records with 5,040 record images (was 0 records with 5,040 images), Updated 4 Feb 2019

*  France, Vienne, Census, 1896    (https://familysearch.org/search/collection/2858067); Index only (4,740 records), no images (was 4,740 records with 0 images), Updated 5 Feb 2019

*  Sweden, Halland Church Records, 1615-1904; index 1615-1860      (https://familysearch.org/search/collection/1978341); 756,873 indexed records with 352,747 record images (was 756,873 records with 352,747 images), Updated 6 Feb 2019

*  Texas, Gonzales County, Death records, 1863-1970        (https://familysearch.org/search/collection/2761118); 36,321 indexed records with 5,241 record images (was 15,063 records with 5,241 images), Updated 7 Feb 2019

*  United States, GenealogyBank Obituaries, 1980-2014      (https://familysearch.org/search/collection/2333694); 34,168,489 indexed records with 46,885,712 record images (was 34,168,489 records with 46,885,712 images), Updated 8 Feb 2019

*  Utah, Uintah County, Ute Native American Census, 1910   (https://familysearch.org/search/collection/2573753); 1,036 indexed records with 42 record images (was 1,036 records with 42 images), Updated 5 Feb 2019

*  United States Rosters of Revolutionary War Soldiers and Sailors, 1775-1783      (https://familysearch.org/search/collection/2546162); 1,007,005 indexed records with 48,993 record images (was 633,566 records with 48,993 images), Updated 8 Feb 2019

*  South Africa, Pietermaritzburg Estate Files 1846-1950   (https://familysearch.org/search/collection/2573604); 438,418 indexed records with 316,164 record images (was 438,418 records with 316,164 images), Updated 5 Feb 2019

*  Denmark Church Records, 1484-1941       (https://familysearch.org/search/collection/2078555); 18,657,995 indexed records with 2,399,826 record images (was 18,657,995 records with 2,399,826 images), Updated 8 Feb 2019

*  Brazil, Santa Catarina, Catholic Church Records, 1714-1977      (https://familysearch.org/search/collection/2177296); 447,832 indexed records with 166,596 record images (was 447,832 records with 166,596 images), Updated 7 Feb 2019

*  Oregon, Yamhill County Records, 1857-1963       (https://familysearch.org/search/collection/1930095); 7,175 indexed records with 96,736 record images (was 0 records with 96,736 images), Updated 7 Feb 2019

*  Spain, Diocese of Cartagena, Catholic Church Records, 1503-1969 (https://familysearch.org/search/collection/2345225); 401,749 indexed records with 22,034 record images (was 233,303 records with 22,034 images), Updated 5 Feb 2019

*  Mexico, Sinaloa, Civil Registration, 1861-1929  (https://familysearch.org/search/collection/2290241); 274,301 indexed records with 1,403,105 record images (was 170,443 records with 1,403,105 images), Updated 5 Feb 2019

*  North Carolina, Department of Archives and History, Index to Vital Records, 1800-2000   (https://familysearch.org/search/collection/2848682); 1,657,705 indexed records with 1,704,431 record images (was 1,163,368 records with 1,201,219 images), Updated 7 Feb 2019

*  Argentina, Santa Fe, Catholic Church Records, 1634-1975 (https://familysearch.org/search/collection/1974196); 1,016,406 indexed records with 424,329 record images (was 1,015,996 records with 424,329 images), Updated 9 Feb 2019

*  United States, War Relocation Authority centers, final accountability rosters, 1942-1946        (https://familysearch.org/search/collection/2729264); 96,910 indexed records with 2,106 record images (was 96,910 records with 2,106 images), Updated 8 Feb 2019

*  New Zealand, Archives New Zealand, Probate Records, 1843-1998   (https://familysearch.org/search/collection/1865481); 384,627 indexed records with 5,946,421 record images (was 384,627 records with 5,946,421 images), Updated 7 Feb 2019

*  Utah, FamilySearch, Early Church Information File, 1830-1900    (https://familysearch.org/search/collection/2078505); 96,308 indexed records with 1,091,919 record images (was 60,866 records with 1,091,919 images), Updated 5 Feb 2019

*  Germany, Lutheran Baptisms, Marriages, and Burials, 1500-1971   (https://familysearch.org/search/collection/3015626); 3,503,524 indexed records with 13,803,959 record images (was 3,503,524 records with 13,803,126 images), Updated 7 Feb 2019

*  British Newspaper Archive, Family Notices       (https://familysearch.org/search/collection/2562514); 5,899,982 indexed records with 271,979 record images (was 5,899,982 records with 271,979 images), Updated 6 Feb 2019

*  Washington, Native American, Census Records, 1880-1952  (https://familysearch.org/search/collection/2790178); 134,859 indexed records with 7,965 record images (was 134,859 records with 7,965 images), Updated 5 Feb 2019

--- Collections with new images ---

*  Alabama Deaths, 1908-1974       (https://familysearch.org/search/collection/1307888); 1,856,023 indexed records with 1,856,178 record images (was 1,856,023 records with 1,856,023 images),  21 Nov 2018

*  Texas, Gonzales County, Birth Records, 1878-1945        (https://familysearch.org/search/collection/3023822); 1,225 indexed records with 1,240 record images (was 680 records with 776 images),  28 Dec 2018

*  Louisiana, Ascension Parish, Index of Marriages, 1773-1963      (https://familysearch.org/search/collection/3021712); 4,795 indexed records with 4,955 record images (was 4,511 records with 4,511 images),  28 Dec 2018

*  Louisiana, Tombstone Inscriptions, 1812-1970    (https://familysearch.org/search/collection/3041284); 76,308 indexed records with 76,308 record images (was 75,549 records with 75,589 images),  19 Jan 2019

*  United States, Border Crossings from Canada to United States, 1894-1954 (https://familysearch.org/search/collection/2185932); 194,525 indexed records with 149,064 record images (was 194,525 records with 149,048 images),  12 Sep 2018

*  Michigan Mortality Schedules, 1850-1880 (https://familysearch.org/search/collection/2632078); 39,479 indexed records with 2,530 record images (was 39,479 records with 3 images),  17 Nov 2018

*  Argentina, Entre Ríos, Civil Registration, 1860-1965    (https://familysearch.org/search/collection/3006904); 3,299 indexed records with 3,491 record images (was 2,147 records with 2,438 images),  10 Jan 2019

--- Collections with images removed ---

*  England, Hampshire Parish Registers, 1538-1980  (https://familysearch.org/search/collection/2556014); 2,071,150 indexed records with 154,331 record images (was 2,071,150 records with 155,962 images),  31 Jan 2019

--- Collections with new records ---

*  North Carolina, Historical Records Survey, Cemetery Inscription Card Index      (https://familysearch.org/search/collection/3015313); 178,423 indexed records with 177,638 record images (was 178,288 records with 177,638 images),  12 Dec 2018

*  Tennessee Deaths, 1914-1966     (https://familysearch.org/search/collection/1417505); 1,851,299 indexed records with 2,017,500 record images (was 1,845,202 records with 2,017,500 images),  15 Oct 2018

*  Illinois, Stephenson County, Lena Park Cemetery Transcriptions, 1854-1983       (https://familysearch.org/search/collection/1430683); 4,815 indexed records with 397 record images (was 4,342 records with 397 images),  4 Jan 2019

*  Texas Birth Certificates, 1903-1935     (https://familysearch.org/search/collection/1803956); 2,280,173 indexed records with 2,209,283 record images (was 2,280,161 records with 2,209,283 images),  7 Sep 2018

*  Texas, Bexar County, San Antonio Cemetery Records, 1893-2007    (https://familysearch.org/search/collection/1828544); 54,444 indexed records with 38,892 record images (was 53,955 records with 38,892 images),  30 Aug 2018

*  Idaho, Bonneville County, Idaho Falls, Rose Hill Cemetery Records, 1800-2007    (https://familysearch.org/search/collection/1447470); 24,455 indexed records with 23,856 record images (was 24,174 records with 23,856 images),  3 Jan 2019

*  New Jersey, Bride Index, 1930-1938      (https://familysearch.org/search/collection/2842740); 241,135 indexed records with 3,168 record images (was 238,623 records with 3,168 images),  7 Sep 2018

*  Ohio, Marietta Cemetery Records, 1788-2013      (https://familysearch.org/search/collection/2492733); 20,357 indexed records with 574 record images (was 20,046 records with 574 images),  3 Jan 2019

*  Ohio, Summit County, Coroner Inquests, Hospital and Cemetery Records, 1882-1949 (https://familysearch.org/search/collection/1985540); 112 indexed records with 12,047 record images (was 0 records with 12,047 images),  18 Jun 2014

*  Arizona, Gila County, Cemetery Records, 1927-1994       (https://familysearch.org/search/collection/2816842); 4,511 indexed records with 657 record images (was 3,498 records with 657 images),  30 Nov 2018

*  Montana, Cascade County Records, 1880-2009      (https://familysearch.org/search/collection/1926700); 587,336 indexed records with 614,573 record images (was 586,704 records with 614,573 images),  17 Jan 2019

*  New Jersey, Reclaim the Records, New Jersey Birth Index, 1901-1903      (https://familysearch.org/search/collection/2843408); Index only (120,948 records), no images (was 111,049 records with 0 images),  3 Jul 2018

*  New Hampshire, Hillsborough County, Manchester, Cemetery Records, 1800-2007     (https://familysearch.org/search/collection/1930346); 44,809 indexed records with 50,399 record images (was 38,819 records with 50,399 images),  19 Sep 2018

*  Maryland, Baltimore, Loudon Park Cemetery, Cemetery Records, 1853-1986  (https://familysearch.org/search/collection/3021633); Index only (356,159 records), no images (was 356,122 records with 0 images),  17 Jan 2019

*  Maine, Tombstone Inscriptions, Surname Index, 1620-2014 (https://familysearch.org/search/collection/2523434); 132,966 indexed records with 123,535 record images (was 129,668 records with 123,535 images),  23 Jan 2019

*  Arkansas, Sevier County, Death Records, 1914-1923       (https://familysearch.org/search/collection/2630407); 597 indexed records with 584 record images (was 584 records with 584 images),  31 May 2018

*  Kentucky, Louisville, Cemetery Index Cards, 1840-1988   (https://familysearch.org/search/collection/3019662); 38,119 indexed records with 37,703 record images (was 37,999 records with 37,703 images),  3 Jan 2019

*  North Carolina, County Divorce Records, 1926-1975       (https://familysearch.org/search/collection/2848500); 19,831 indexed records with 2,687 record images (was 19,017 records with 2,687 images),  28 Jun 2018

*  Virginia, Danville City Cemetery Records, 1833-2006     (https://familysearch.org/search/collection/1386587); 4 indexed records with 4,093 record images (was 0 records with 4,093 images),  16 May 2011
Wales, Marriage Bonds, 1650-1900        (https://familysearch.org/search/collection/2761121); Index only (140,757 records), no images (was 140,749 records with 0 images),  31 Jan 2019

*  Illinois, Stephenson County, Cedarville Cemetery Record, 1850-2007      (https://familysearch.org/search/collection/1430678); 8,511 indexed records with 2,263 record images (was 8,428 records with 2,263 images),  4 Jan 2019

*  Louisiana, Orleans Parish Vital Records, 1900-1964      (https://familysearch.org/search/collection/1929995); 148,523 indexed records with 54,869 record images (was 148,503 records with 54,869 images),  19 Oct 2018

*  Virginia, Lynchburg, Diuguid Funeral Home records, 1820-1971    (https://familysearch.org/search/collection/1419237); 15,420 indexed records with 5,954 record images (was 14,750 records with 5,954 images),  16 Jan 2019

*  Iowa, Birth Records, 1921-1942  (https://familysearch.org/search/collection/2849548); 454,233 indexed records with 440,493 record images (was 454,214 records with 440,493 images),  27 Sep 2018

*  Minnesota, County Deaths, 1850-2001     (https://familysearch.org/search/collection/2185953); 1,178,704 indexed records with 367,790 record images (was 1,178,534 records with 367,790 images),  9 Nov 2018

*  Iowa, Monroe County, Card index of births, deaths & marriages from newspaper clippings, 1898-2015       (https://familysearch.org/search/collection/2849247); Index only (212,077 records), no images (was 212,071 records with 0 images),  22 Sep 2018

--- Collections with records removed ---

*  California Birth Index, 1905-1995       (https://familysearch.org/search/collection/2001879); Index only (24,589,489 records), no images (was 24,589,490 records with 0 images),  1 Mar 2012

*  California Births and Christenings, 1812-1988   (https://familysearch.org/search/collection/1674703); Index only (34,390 records), no images (was 34,392 records with 0 images),  8 Mar 2012

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In order to select a specific record collection on FamilySearch, go to  https://familysearch.org/search/collection/list and use the "Filter by collection name" feature in the upper left-hand corner and use keywords (e.g. "church england") to find collections with those keywords.

My friend, Marshall, has come up with a way to determine which collections are ADDED, DELETED or UPDATED.  Thanks to Marshall for helping me out here!

Each one of the collections listed above has a Research Wiki page (use the "Learn more" link).  It would be very useful if the Wiki page for each collection listed the dates for when the collection was added as a new collection and the dates for major updates also.

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          Kabengele, Mann help Florida State edge Louisville in OT      Cache   Translate Page      

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (AP) — Florida State didn't consistently make its free throws on Saturday in regulation.

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Rodes, Cathe McNally 67, passed away January 30th, 2019 in Louisville, Kentucky of complications after a fall at her home. She was preceded in death...
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One Florida State basketball fan produced quite the dramatic scene after Saturday’s victory over Louisville. After the No. 22-ranked Seminoles upset the No. 16-ranked Cardinals by the overtime final of 80-75, an FSU fan collapsed to the court after suffering an apparent heart attack. He was soon revived by first responders and proceeded to do...Read More
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This was a wild finish as Louisville blew a 10 point second half lead.
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Mfiondu Kabengele scored 22 points and No. 22 Florida State erased a 10-point second-half deficit to force overtime, then knocked off No. 16 Louisville 80-75 on Saturday.

Terance Mann added 20 points for the Seminoles (18-5, 6-4 Atlantic Coast Conference), who made 11 of 12 free throws in overtime to wrap up their fifth straight win. Mann hit 9 of 11 free throws to secure his second straight 20-point game and fifth of the season.

Kabengele shot 7 of 12 from the floor and pulled down seven rebounds. It was the 16th time he has come off the bench to score in double figures.

Christen Cunningham scored 20 points, including 13 in the first half, for Louisville (17-7, 8-3). Ryan McMahon made three 3-pointers in a span of 90 seconds in the second half as the Cardinals pulled ahead 52-42 in the second half.

Louisville's Dwayne Sutton scored 14 points, knocking down four 3-pointers.

Trent Forrest had 15 points, six rebounds and five steals for the Seminoles, who have won 11 of 13 games against teams ranked in the AP Top 25.

M.J. Walker had 11 points after halftime for Florida State, which has won five straight ACC games for the first time since 2011-12.

Louisville lost a pair of starters, Steven Enoch and Khwan Fore, to foul trouble. Enoch had six points and four rebounds in 14 minutes while Fore had six points.

BIG PICTURE

Louisville: The Cardinals led 52-42 with 10:07 to go, but couldn't close out an eighth victory in the last nine games.

Florida State: The Seminoles needed extra time to escape without a second home loss of the season. Their first came against Duke, 80-78, on Jan. 12.

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Louisville plays host to Duke on Tuesday.

Florida State plays host to Wake Forest on Wednesday.


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One Florida State basketball fan produced quite the dramatic scene after Saturday’s victory over Louisville. After the No. 22-ranked Seminoles upset the No. 16-ranked Cardinals by the overtime final of 80-75, an FSU fan collapsed to the court after suffering an apparent heart attack. He was soon revived by first responders and proceeded to do...Read More
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Not at all, I could care less about an overrated Big 10 school. I understand that Kentucky has no depth so you are obviously confused. Losing a second string qb is no big deal. He has already been replaced. You still can't understand my original comment. Maybe you can go to Louisville and ask someone to read it to you.
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Since Ive been back I haven’t talked much about my trip to Kenya.  I stayed twice as long this year and we say twice as many patients as last year.  We felt last year that a few athletes decided not to come because they thought it might be too costly. So this year we let everyone know it was free.  But let me back up and explain exactly what we are doing

The biggest problem with charity and helping in general is there are so many places, people, in this world that need help that you find yourself scattering your money and resources like a shotgun.  Everywhere you turn there are people that need help.  So most people do what they know.  They pick some charity and run some race or do something and raise money. That is great.  But our feeling as a group was that of that money you give,  you A. don’t really get to watch it flow and know exactly what its being used for.  B.  so much of it gets used in administration, travel, overhead.  Its greatly diminished by the time it gets to the sources

So we started our own charity.  The group is entirely made up of doctors.  I am the only non doctor or medical assistant on the team. They can deliver medical help themselves and not have to pay doctors and their transportation and accommodations.  We cover almost all of that ourselves.  (We did pick up some of the transportation van costs with the proceeds so the doctors could get to and from the hospitals and clinics).  In short, we can deliver help for a very low cost.  Your money went directly to patients.  It cost $2 to see a patient and $1 for X-rays to the hospital.  We covered all our patients.  For the entire week of being all the patients its was less that $500.  IN TOTAL.   So cheap that even I went and got a full upper body of X-rays. I figured for $5 I would have the docs look me over .  (I came out good)

As for getting off track.  Every where you turn in Kenya they can use help and money.  But we had to choose what we would do and stick with it.  Otherwise we would be scattered all over the place.  The goal of our mission is to deliver Sports Medicine to the young impoverished athletes of Kenya.  To many this is all they have. Its their only way out.  We chose the town of Iten because it is the home of the World’s Best runner.  The town is called “The Home of Champions” because it is.  There are countless Gold Medalists, World Champions, and World Record Holders.  Despite being a town of only 4 thousand or so.  So we do it the old fashion way.  We do it word of mouth. We list the tracks, we walk and visit with the schools, we walk around town. We go to the “hotels”.   We let them know that real sports medicine doctors are in town to help them fix whatever is hurting them.  There is nobody like this is town and only one person that’s within 500 miles and he is more of a surgeon.  There are some people pretending to be sports medicine but we went to their hospital and it was a complete sham and only made to prey on the athletes in our opinion. They were not sports medicine and we left disgusted.

We work closely with Wesley and Tarah Korir.   Wesley is from the area and went to Louisville and also won the Boston Marathon in 2012.  His wife ran with him at Louisville (where they met) and is from Canada.  We used some of the fundraising to pay for the schooling of 4 children.  $600 covers an entire year of their education, boarding, and food.  Their students are chosen for being the best runners in the area.  They have a race and the top 40 children all are offered an education for free.  Many of these kids have gone on to University with one running at Louisville now.  Our goal is to help them get an education.  The running is a bonus.  But the training gives them a chance to make a nice living.  Because the best from this are are World Class automatically.   I saw Sophomores in High School running a local school race and win with times that would have won our National Championships.  And many were running barefoot.

So each day we spent the mornings talking to locals about their needs, visiting tracks and workouts to let them know we were in town, meeting with coaches to educate them on the health of the athletes,  and the afternoons working at the hospital.  Some of the people worked all day at the hospital because somehow cases of Hepatitis B were popping up like crazy.  So the entire town came in to get checked. They think it may have been in the water.  So the hospital was packed with people. 2 to 3 times as many as normal.  So them moved over to other departments and worked longer to help.  Of course our doctors are more efficient and trained so they could go through patients much quicker and move people through.

As we did all this we could see orphanages, poverty, lack of infrastructure and want to help.  But it would never end.  Our goal is to establish a permanent clinic in this hospital.  To build facilities for missionaries and doctors to live when they come to help.  Accommodations aren’t good enough now for people. We get by because we expect a bad mattress, a tiny room, and an on and off shower and hot water.  We’ve done it enough times we have it down. But long term visitors would struggle.  We need to get better facilities and toilets that have a modern bowl up top and not just a hole.  When this happens we could have a continuous flow of medical students, local training hospital students, and doctors from all over the world coming in regularly.  Turning the little town into a Mecca for running and hospital care. Our

Again, why this of all the things in the world that need help?  Because you have to pick something and work outward.  We picked Iten because running has changed our lives and we are drawn to the way running effects theirs.  As things progress there will be more.  I don’t talk about the religious aspect of it because while we are driven and working for God, I don’t want that to take away from the message.  I personally don’t feel the need to spread the word of God but I don’t mind sharing my experiences and that God is big part of my life.  If that moves you then great.  What I want everyone to feel is the need to help others.  Locally or somewhere in the world.  It doesn’t matter.    I will pray with you or pray for you.  I don’t care if you’re Jewish, Muslim, Buddhist, or atheist. We are all brothers of the world and its our job to live and help our brothers.

So that’s what we did and it was beautiful.  I grew closer to my wife, my friends, the people of Iten, and my God.  I think you can see it my smile and my attitude.  I still love making money.  I still have drive.  But I can’t wait to get back to Kenya and meet more people, see more smiles, and shake more hands.  In Kenya they see me as the man that is there to help the people. I love that label.  It’s a label I hope to get locally.  The guy that helps others.  Here are a few more pictures.  There are a million other stories and pictures but I don’t want to bore you all morning

And few special shout outs to Alan Dunn who sent us 20 very nice soccer balls and pumps to bring and hand out. They were the hit of the town. We gave them to schools and kids that we saw playing with plastic bags.  And to the women at the market to give to their kids for being so helpful.  Also a special thanks to Gregg GGG , Gary Chernoff, Braden Pollock,  Namebright, and Alan again for extremely generous donations.  There were dozens of others of you that donated and I am extremely grateful.  I told you privately and I thank you all again publicly.  We only spent 25% of our raise so we are on to great things thanks to all of you. 

 

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Quote of the Day: “There’s no secret about success. Did you ever know a successful man who didn’t tell you about it?” — Kin Hubbard

Domain of the Day: JumpPack.com  I keep one of these in every car and truck.  Will go for $500 plus but at $20 now

Namejet, Sedo, and other Names Up for Auction

Bride.com  I think this will sell.  A big company is going to swoop in and buy it.  Maybe not at this auction but soon.

Etby.com   Why not add to the  Etsy Efty confusion.  And its met reserve under $150

AGOX.com  Another pronounceable that would do well on Brandbucket .  Reserve met

EarlyCall.com  Sounds like a trading site name

NYSR.com  New York name with no reserve

SilverKitten.com   No bids.  Sounds like a nickname of a golfer

Dwindling.com  I usually don’t like ing names but this reserve is fair.  Worth this price IMO

Shit.com  I think Rick Schwartz dusts off his vault and buys this one.  Actually I’m positive

Godaddy Domains With Multiple Bids

InfoBright.com  The real domain of the day.  Sounds like a 1999 survivor of the dot com era

PriceAdvice.com   I know a lot of people that are looking for this in our industry

TalentMakers.com   Most of the companies named this are really scammers.  Act like they are going to make your kid a star and charge you $150 for headshots.   You hear a radio commercial about them coming to your Mall or city every year.  But the name is fantastic.

CannaSticks.com  Eat em if you got em

JCOC.com   Since I haven’t sold any of these C at the end domains this year maybe I am just advising everyone to collect them. Don’t buy them because of me or your money will sit stagnant.  But at least you won’t lose money

JMCM.com  But this one I say buy.  Just kidding.  But it does have good letters.   Except the J its so so

LEDMirrors.com  We installed them in the bathrooms and I will say they are fantastic.  Not sure if they need a whole category though

SocialCube.com  I sold SocialGain recently and another social name last year so I know they move

BMovies.com  I don’t know that we have a true B movie culture any more but Sharknado would certainly be on there if we did

SYFX.com   Not sure if this is pronounceable.  I’ll say no but the price says some think it is

GigaMix.com    Namebio shows shows a few giga name sales

PMZZ.com  The price is showing it makes a good sleep or mattress name

FastCareer.com   Job board all the way

GG50.com   Its all about being memorable and it is. But throw in the pattern and the Chinese and you can add a little value

BisonBurger.com  A restaurant name or just a good low fat burger

Ziptag.com  Under $100 at press time

DiscipleShip.net  Good religious name

Codernote.com  All coder names are decent if cheap enough

ManTracker.com   Not sure what this would be but the name caught my attention in the list.

Godaddy Domains With One or No Bids

GardeningDay.com  One bidder at $10.  Every day is gardening day for me

TheIdeaExchange.com  A bit long but a nice website idea for $10

MuscleBank.com  In order to get fit you have to make a deposit every day to the muscle bank

Ladena.com  a last name so eventually a brand

DaddyDaddy.com I think of kids but I also think of a Latino girl calling me from the streets

ShoeExchange.com  I’m sure there is already a site where there is a shoe club where you pay a monthly fee and get as many designer shoes as you want.  Get two, return two

WickedVapes.com  Upgrade name for a few.  Cool startup name for the rest

Lotza.com  Lotza good names on this list.  This one ?  Worth $50 or less IMO

LogicSolar.com  I’m not saying buy up every wordsolar name but saying I think if you did have a collection of solar names I think you’d do OK.  Nothing to prove it though. Just my hunch. But its your money so just read, don’t act on my words.

Tupha.com  5L.com with no bids at $10

Zupha.com  My guess it was the same person who forgot to renew both of these

JetBookie.com   My guess is online names won’t use Bookie but might be worth a shot just in case.  I think wager and bet will be the keywords. But I’m wrong all the time. Marijuana is moving from weed to canna and bud to flower

MajorGood.com  What you should try and do for people at least a few times of year

DayLend.com Since took the all the rules off the table for loans its a free for all. One day loans here we come

EZJack.com  Reminds me of the companies that will lift your sunken driveway .  Could be product as well.  No bids

Sweeze.com   Spelled just like it sounds

Inzat.com  A few 5Ls with no bids

Ojono.com

Other Domains with Bids

17dpw.com
297672.com
ABoren.com
Acgla.com
Ailtd.com
b758.com
BetaFans.com
BetweenMySheets.com
BikerHut.com
BiteU.com
BobSprankle.com
BoincSynergy.com
BSLCensus.com
Cabineture.com
Caiminzx.com
D293.com
DalyInn.com
dghualong.com
DocumentsDelivered.com
DogworldMag.com
e-Comlaw.com
Free-braindumps.net
HDogsChicago.com
HDWooden.com
HeavensTreasuresThrift.com
hg073.com
HoustonDetective.com
HScottMotorSports.com
IceHarvestingUSA.com
InklineGlobal.net
JohnsonFurnitureOutlet.com
Kadzsb.com
Kan71.com
KickWho.com
La-foodie.com
Lacbor.com
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lyhnkt.com
lyjdfz.com
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lysjkj.com
lyslptc.com
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lyszfg.com
lyszthc.com
lywxjz.com
lywydq.com
lyyfood.com
lzncdq.com
M202.com
MakeYourLaws.org
MalangPost.net
MJEnterprise.com
mltzjt.com
MotherlodeInternet.com
MoveToColorado.com
Muskeg.com
mxmzgyp.com
MyBaoan.com
MyBrainDumps.net
mytfds.com
nbwjrj.com
nymoen.com
nyycbz.com
OnlineCasinoKiwi.com
PacGo.com
Parcelmap.com
pasjkb.com
Photoboxes.com
PLE.net
Poker986.com
Polomeccanica.net
PSPLinks.com
pybozhi.com
qipaidi.com
RRPV.com
ssde360.com
StageGrade.com
Stilnovo.com
Techvi.com
TheBeaver-Movie.com
TheDabblingMum.com
ThemeRuler.com
TMProperties.com
Toolt.com
Tripten.com
Uniiy.com
UseJQuery.com
UXFX.com
WaterSecurityCA.com
WebFormFactory.com
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xysqnt.com
yangshengzx.com
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YourSuperiorRoofing.com
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It’s very reasonable to think that gum disease will only impact your gums, and therefore only cause issues within your mouth. But, surprisingly, the bacteria associated with chronic gum disease, Porphyromonas gingivalis (P. gingivalis), has been found in the brains of individuals with Alzheimer’s disease. At the University of Louisville School of Dentistry, researchers found more convincing […]
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Makes follow-up calls to patients that are awaiting special order items. As an EOE/AA employer, Apria Healthcare is committed to providing all applicants and...
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Must possess a valid driver's license. Conducts daily sales calls to high potential case managers, doctors and other sales targets in assigned accounts as...
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Since Ive been back I haven’t talked much about my trip to Kenya.  I stayed twice as long this year and we say twice as many patients as last year.  We felt last year that a few athletes decided not to come because they thought it might be too costly. So this year we let everyone know it was free.  But let me back up and explain exactly what we are doing
The biggest problem with charity and helping in general is there are so many places, people, in this world that need help that you find yourself scattering your money and resources like a shotgun.  Everywhere you turn there are people that need help.  So most people do what they know.  They pick some charity and run some race or do something and raise money. That is great.  But our feeling as a group was that of that money you give,  you A. don’t really get to watch it flow and know exactly what its being used for.  B.  so much of it gets used in administration, travel, overhead.  Its greatly diminished by the time it gets to the sources
So we started our own charity.  The group is entirely made up of doctors.  I am the only non doctor or medical assistant on the team. They can deliver medical help themselves and not have to pay doctors and their transportation and accommodations.  We cover almost all of that ourselves.  (We did pick up some of the transportation van costs with the proceeds so the doctors could get to and from the hospitals and clinics).  In short, we can deliver help for a very low cost.  Your money went directly to patients.  It cost $2 to see a patient and $1 for X-rays to the hospital.  We covered all our patients.  For the entire week of being all the patients its was less that $500.  IN TOTAL.   So cheap that even I went and got a full upper body of X-rays. I figured for $5 I would have the docs look me over .  (I came out good)
As for getting off track.  Every where you turn in Kenya they can use help and money.  But we had to choose what we would do and stick with it.  Otherwise we would be scattered all over the place.  The goal of our mission is to deliver Sports Medicine to the young impoverished athletes of Kenya.  To many this is all they have. Its their only way out.  We chose the town of Iten because it is the home of the World’s Best runner.  The town is called “The Home of Champions” because it is.  There are countless Gold Medalists, World Champions, and World Record Holders.  Despite being a town of only 4 thousand or so.  So we do it the old fashion way.  We do it word of mouth. We list the tracks, we walk and visit with the schools, we walk around town. We go to the “hotels”.   We let them know that real sports medicine doctors are in town to help them fix whatever is hurting them.  There is nobody like this is town and only one person that’s within 500 miles and he is more of a surgeon.  There are some people pretending to be sports medicine but we went to their hospital and it was a complete sham and only made to prey on the athletes in our opinion. They were not sports medicine and we left disgusted.
We work closely with Wesley and Tarah Korir.   Wesley is from the area and went to Louisville and also won the Boston Marathon in 2012.  His wife ran with him at Louisville (where they met) and is from Canada.  We used some of the fundraising to pay for the schooling of 4 children.  $600 covers an entire year of their education, boarding, and food.  Their students are chosen for being the best runners in the area.  They have a race and the top 40 children all are offered an education for free.  Many of these kids have gone on to University with one running at Louisville now.  Our goal is to help them get an education.  The running is a bonus.  But the training gives them a chance to make a nice living.  Because the best from this are are World Class automatically.   I saw Sophomores in High School running a local school race and win with times that would have won our National Championships.  And many were running barefoot.
So each day we spent the mornings talking to locals about their needs, visiting tracks and workouts to let them know we were in town, meeting with coaches to educate them on the health of the athletes,  and the afternoons working at the hospital.  Some of the people worked all day at the hospital because somehow cases of Hepatitis B were popping up like crazy.  So the entire town came in to get checked. They think it may have been in the water.  So the hospital was packed with people. 2 to 3 times as many as normal.  So them moved over to other departments and worked longer to help.  Of course our doctors are more efficient and trained so they could go through patients much quicker and move people through.
As we did all this we could see orphanages, poverty, lack of infrastructure and want to help.  But it would never end.  Our goal is to establish a permanent clinic in this hospital.  To build facilities for missionaries and doctors to live when they come to help.  Accommodations aren’t good enough now for people. We get by because we expect a bad mattress, a tiny room, and an on and off shower and hot water.  We’ve done it enough times we have it down. But long term visitors would struggle.  We need to get better facilities and toilets that have a modern bowl up top and not just a hole.  When this happens we could have a continuous flow of medical students, local training hospital students, and doctors from all over the world coming in regularly.  Turning the little town into a Mecca for running and hospital care. Our
Again, why this of all the things in the world that need help?  Because you have to pick something and work outward.  We picked Iten because running has changed our lives and we are drawn to the way running effects theirs.  As things progress there will be more.  I don’t talk about the religious aspect of it because while we are driven and working for God, I don’t want that to take away from the message.  I personally don’t feel the need to spread the word of God but I don’t mind sharing my experiences and that God is big part of my life.  If that moves you then great.  What I want everyone to feel is the need to help others.  Locally or somewhere in the world.  It doesn’t matter.    I will pray with you or pray for you.  I don’t care if you’re Jewish, Muslim, Buddhist, or atheist. We are all brothers of the world and its our job to live and help our brothers.
So that’s what we did and it was beautiful.  I grew closer to my wife, my friends, the people of Iten, and my God.  I think you can see it my smile and my attitude.  I still love making money.  I still have drive.  But I can’t wait to get back to Kenya and meet more people, see more smiles, and shake more hands.  In Kenya they see me as the man that is there to help the people. I love that label.  It’s a label I hope to get locally.  The guy that helps others.  Here are a few more pictures.  There are a million other stories and pictures but I don’t want to bore you all morning
And few special shout outs to Alan Dunn who sent us 20 very nice soccer balls and pumps to bring and hand out. They were the hit of the town. We gave them to schools and kids that we saw playing with plastic bags.  And to the women at the market to give to their kids for being so helpful.  Also a special thanks to Gregg GGG , Gary Chernoff, Braden Pollock,  Namebright, and Alan again for extremely generous donations.  There were dozens of others of you that donated and I am extremely grateful.  I told you privately and I thank you all again publicly.  We only spent 25% of our raise so we are on to great things thanks to all of you. 

 
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Quote of the Day: “There’s no secret about success. Did you ever know a successful man who didn’t tell you about it?” — Kin Hubbard
Domain of the Day: JumpPack.com  I keep one of these in every car and truck.  Will go for $500 plus but at $20 now

Namejet, Sedo, and other Names Up for Auction
Bride.com  I think this will sell.  A big company is going to swoop in and buy it.  Maybe not at this auction but soon.
Etby.com   Why not add to the  Etsy Efty confusion.  And its met reserve under $150
AGOX.com  Another pronounceable that would do well on Brandbucket .  Reserve met
EarlyCall.com  Sounds like a trading site name
NYSR.com  New York name with no reserve
SilverKitten.com   No bids.  Sounds like a nickname of a golfer
Dwindling.com  I usually don’t like ing names but this reserve is fair.  Worth this price IMO
Shit.com  I think Rick Schwartz dusts off his vault and buys this one.  Actually I’m positive
Godaddy Domains With Multiple Bids
InfoBright.com  The real domain of the day.  Sounds like a 1999 survivor of the dot com era
PriceAdvice.com   I know a lot of people that are looking for this in our industry
TalentMakers.com   Most of the companies named this are really scammers.  Act like they are going to make your kid a star and charge you $150 for headshots.   You hear a radio commercial about them coming to your Mall or city every year.  But the name is fantastic.
CannaSticks.com  Eat em if you got em
JCOC.com   Since I haven’t sold any of these C at the end domains this year maybe I am just advising everyone to collect them. Don’t buy them because of me or your money will sit stagnant.  But at least you won’t lose money
JMCM.com  But this one I say buy.  Just kidding.  But it does have good letters.   Except the J its so so
LEDMirrors.com  We installed them in the bathrooms and I will say they are fantastic.  Not sure if they need a whole category though
SocialCube.com  I sold SocialGain recently and another social name last year so I know they move
BMovies.com  I don’t know that we have a true B movie culture any more but Sharknado would certainly be on there if we did
SYFX.com   Not sure if this is pronounceable.  I’ll say no but the price says some think it is
GigaMix.com    Namebio shows shows a few giga name sales
PMZZ.com  The price is showing it makes a good sleep or mattress name
FastCareer.com   Job board all the way
GG50.com   Its all about being memorable and it is. But throw in the pattern and the Chinese and you can add a little value
BisonBurger.com  A restaurant name or just a good low fat burger
Ziptag.com  Under $100 at press time
DiscipleShip.net  Good religious name
Codernote.com  All coder names are decent if cheap enough
ManTracker.com   Not sure what this would be but the name caught my attention in the list.
Godaddy Domains With One or No Bids
GardeningDay.com  One bidder at $10.  Every day is gardening day for me
TheIdeaExchange.com  A bit long but a nice website idea for $10
MuscleBank.com  In order to get fit you have to make a deposit every day to the muscle bank
Ladena.com  a last name so eventually a brand
DaddyDaddy.com I think of kids but I also think of a Latino girl calling me from the streets
ShoeExchange.com  I’m sure there is already a site where there is a shoe club where you pay a monthly fee and get as many designer shoes as you want.  Get two, return two
WickedVapes.com  Upgrade name for a few.  Cool startup name for the rest
Lotza.com  Lotza good names on this list.  This one ?  Worth $50 or less IMO
LogicSolar.com  I’m not saying buy up every wordsolar name but saying I think if you did have a collection of solar names I think you’d do OK.  Nothing to prove it though. Just my hunch. But its your money so just read, don’t act on my words.
Tupha.com  5L.com with no bids at $10
Zupha.com  My guess it was the same person who forgot to renew both of these
JetBookie.com   My guess is online names won’t use Bookie but might be worth a shot just in case.  I think wager and bet will be the keywords. But I’m wrong all the time. Marijuana is moving from weed to canna and bud to flower
MajorGood.com  What you should try and do for people at least a few times of year
DayLend.com Since took the all the rules off the table for loans its a free for all. One day loans here we come
EZJack.com  Reminds me of the companies that will lift your sunken driveway .  Could be product as well.  No bids
Sweeze.com   Spelled just like it sounds
Inzat.com  A few 5Ls with no bids
Ojono.com
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17dpw.com
297672.com
ABoren.com
Acgla.com
Ailtd.com
b758.com
BetaFans.com
BetweenMySheets.com
BikerHut.com
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BobSprankle.com
BoincSynergy.com
BSLCensus.com
Cabineture.com
Caiminzx.com
D293.com
DalyInn.com
dghualong.com
DocumentsDelivered.com
DogworldMag.com
e-Comlaw.com
Free-braindumps.net
HDogsChicago.com
HDWooden.com
HeavensTreasuresThrift.com
hg073.com
HoustonDetective.com
HScottMotorSports.com
IceHarvestingUSA.com
InklineGlobal.net
JohnsonFurnitureOutlet.com
Kadzsb.com
Kan71.com
KickWho.com
La-foodie.com
Lacbor.com
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lywydq.com
lyyfood.com
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M202.com
MakeYourLaws.org
MalangPost.net
MJEnterprise.com
mltzjt.com
MotherlodeInternet.com
MoveToColorado.com
Muskeg.com
mxmzgyp.com
MyBaoan.com
MyBrainDumps.net
mytfds.com
nbwjrj.com
nymoen.com
nyycbz.com
OnlineCasinoKiwi.com
PacGo.com
Parcelmap.com
pasjkb.com
Photoboxes.com
PLE.net
Poker986.com
Polomeccanica.net
PSPLinks.com
pybozhi.com
qipaidi.com
RRPV.com
ssde360.com
StageGrade.com
Stilnovo.com
Techvi.com
TheBeaver-Movie.com
TheDabblingMum.com
ThemeRuler.com
TMProperties.com
Toolt.com
Tripten.com
Uniiy.com
UseJQuery.com
UXFX.com
WaterSecurityCA.com
WebFormFactory.com
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wicard.com
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womensmarchglobal.com
www139.com
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xiaobins.com
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xysqnt.com
yangshengzx.com
ynsgzx.com
ynsjsy.com
YourSuperiorRoofing.com
zaoyoutuan.com
Zuviel.com
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FAIRLAWN, Ohio  – As top qualifier for the stepladder finals of the 54th PBA Tournament of Champions, four-time PBA Player of the Year Jason Belmonte of Australia will have to win one match in Sunday’s live FOX telecast for his 10th PBA Tour major which would tie him for the majors record with PBA Hall of Famers Pete Weber and Earl Anthony.

The finals telecast will air Sunday on FOX at 4:30 p.m. ET from AMF Riviera Lanes.

The 35-year-old two-hander from compiled a 16-8 match play record and 10,097 42-game pinfall total, including match play bonus pins, at the end of Friday’s final match play round to finish 224 pins ahead of four-time tour winner Marshall Kent of Yakima, Wash., who qualified second for the finals with a 9,873 pinfall and 18-6 match play record.

“When you have a big lead you can get complacent so my goal was just to keep a good steady pace,” said Belmonte who owns 18-time PBA Tour titles and averaged 229 for the tournament. “If I could just bowl some solid 220s or 230s and win a few matches along the way, the other guys were going to have to shoot 250s and 260s consistently to catch me and that’s hard to do.”

For Belmonte and whoever ends up as his opponent in the title match there will be more on the line than winning a major title as the Tournament of Champions will be the first of four tournaments during the 2019 Go Bowling! PBA Tour season that will pay a $1 million bonus if a player bowls a 300 game in the title match.

Belmonte will also be trying for his third Tournament of Champions title, which would tie him with Jason Couch and Mike Durbin for most titles in PBA’s signature tournament that requires a player to own a PBA title to compete. Belmonte, who finished fourth in 2018, won the Tournament of Champions back-to-back in 2014 and 2015.

“I just have to do my job to the best of my ability, hit my target and bowl the 10 best possible frames I can,” Belmonte said. “The priority is to win the tournament, but hopefully I can start with at least a few strikes to make it exciting.”

The 26-year-old Kent will be making his first telecast appearance of 2019 and will be trying for his first major title.

Also making his first telecast appearance of the season, 26-year-old EJ Tackett of Bluffton, Ind., a 12-time tour winner including the 2017 Tournament of Champions, won his last seven matches of the final eight-game match play round Friday to take the No. 3 seed for the finals. The 2016 PBA Player of the Year finished with a 14-10 match play record and 9,766 pinfall.

Qualifying fourth for the finals was three-time tour winner Josh Blanchard of Mesa, Ariz., with a 13-10-1 match play record and 9,658 pinfall.

Sean Lavery-Spahr of Pasadena, Texas, who qualified fifth for the finals will try to duplicate what 2018 Tournament of Champions winner Matt O’Grady did last season and that is qualify for the tournament through a pre-tournament qualifier and win all four stepladder matches for the title. Lavery-Spahr, a four-time PBA regional winner, had a 10-13-1 record and 9,608 pinfall.

PBA TOURNAMENT OF CHAMPIONS
AMF Riviera Lanes, Fairlawn, Ohio, Friday

SIXTH ROUND RESULTS

(after 42 games. Top five advance to Sunday’s stepladder finals. Includes match play record and total pinfall including bonus pins)

1, Jason Belmonte, Australia, 16-8, 10,097.
2, Marshall Kent, Yakima, Wash., 18-6, 9,873.
3, EJ Tackett, Bluffton, Ind., 14-10, 9,766.
4, Josh Blanchard, Mesa, Ariz., 13-10-1, 9,658.
5, Sean Lavery-Spahr, Pasadena, Texas, 10-13-1, 9,608.
6, Michael Machuga, Erie, Pa., 11-13, 9,565, $7,000.
7, Andres Gomez, Colombia, 13-11, 9,548, $6,000.
8, Darren Tang, Las Vegas, Nev., 14-10, 9,531, $5,000.
9, Sean Rash, Montgomery, Ill., 16-7-1, 9,528, $4,500.
10, Dom Barrett, England, 15-9, 9,477, $4,400.
11, Jake Peters, Henderson, Nev., 13-11, 9,421, $4,300.
12, Mitch Beasley, Clarksville, Tenn., 13-11, 9,390, $4,200.
13, Tommy Jones, Simpsonville, S.C., 12-11-1, 9,378, $4,100.
14, Bill O'Neill, Langhorne, Pa., 12-12, 9,338, $4,000.
15, Chris Loschetter, Avon, Ohio, 12-10-2, 9,297, $3,900.
16, Matthew Ogle, Louisville, Ky., 11-11-2, 9,257, $3,800.
17, Wes Malott, Pflugerville, Texas, 7-17, 9,215, $3,700.
18, Jon Van Hees, Charlestown, R.I., 10-14, 9,117, $3,600.
19, Dick Allen, Lexington, S.C., 9-15, 9,088, $3,500.
20, Cristian Azcona, Puerto Rico, 9-14-1, 9,028, $3,500.
21, Thomas Larsen, Denmark, 11-13, 9,015, $3,300.
22, Andrew Anderson, Holly, Mich., 7-16-1, 8,994, $3,200.
23, Rhino Page, Orlando, 9-15, 8,986, $3,100.
24, Ryan Shafer, Horseheads, N.Y., 8-16, 8,948, $3,000.

300 games – Sean Lavery-Spahr


          Another 6-2 Record Helps Belmonte Retain Healthy Lead in PBA Tournament of Champions After Second Match Play Round      Cache   Translate Page      

FAIRLAWN, Ohio - As the PBA Tournament of Champions heads into tonight’s final match play round, four-time PBA Player of the Year and two-time Tournament of Champions winner Jason Belmonte maintained his healthy lead with a 12-4 overall match play record for two rounds. He went 6-2 in this morning’s second match play round at AMF Riviera Lanes finishing with an 8,189 pinfall total including bonus pins.

He holds 248-pin lead over four-time regional winner Sean Lavery-Spahr in second, who went 6-2 in Friday’s first match play round to bring his overall match play record to 8-7-1 with a 7,950 pinfall.

Belmonte, who is trying to win a record-tying 10th major and third TOC, won with games of 253, 269, 216, 235, 248, 176, and ended the round losing with games of 179 and 216.

Lavery-Spahr, who earned his spot in the TOC through a pre-tournament qualifier, won with games of 206, 245, 300, 200, 233 and 299 and lost with games of 195 and 182.

Rounding out the top five heading into this evening’s final match play round are four-time tour winner Marshall Kent (12-4), 7,950; Darren Tang, who also advanced through the PTQ (9-7) 7,761 and two-time tour winner Michael Machuga (8-8), 7,760. Tang jumped from 15th after yesterday’s first match play round.

In sixth, just one pin back is 2016 PBA Player of the Year and 2017 Tournament of Champions winner EJ Tackett (7-9) 7,759.

After tonight’s final match play round, the top five players will be determined for Sunday’s live TOC FOX telecast at 4:30 p.m. ET.

PBA TOURNAMENT OF CHAMPIONS

AMF Riviera Lanes, Fairlawn, Ohio

FIFTH ROUND RESULTS

(after 34 games. Field returns this evening for final match play round)

1, Jason Belmonte, Australia, 12-4, 8,198.
2, Sean Lavery-Spahr, Pasadena, Texas, 8-7-1, 7,950.
3, Marshall Kent, Yakima, Wash., 12-4, 7,890.
4, Darren Tang, Las Vegas, Nev., 9-7, 7,761.
5, Michael Machuga, Erie, Pa., 8-8, 7,760.
6, EJ Tackett, Bluffton, Ind., 7-9, 7,759.
7, Josh Blanchard, Mesa, Ariz., 7-9, 7,742.
8, Dom Barrett, England, 11-5, 7,702.
9, Andres Gomez, Colombia, 9-7, 7,678.
10, Sean Rash, Montgomery, Ill., 11-5, 7,670.
11, Bill O'Neill, Langhorne, Pa., 9-7, 7,594.
12, Jake Peters, Henderson, Nev., 8-8, 7,585.
13, Matthew Ogle, Louisville, Ky., 9-6-1, 7,564.
14, Mitch Beasley, Clarksville, Tenn., 8-8, 7,510.
15, Chris Loschetter, Avon, Ohio, 8-7-1, 7,450.
16, Tommy Jones, Simpsonville, S.C., 8-7-1, 7,446.
17, Wes Malott, Pflugerville, Texas, 4-12, 7,422.
18, Jon Van Hees, Charlestown, R.I., 7-9, 7,394.
19, Andrew Anderson, Holly, Mich., 5-10-1, 7,341.
20, Thomas Larsen, Denmark, 8-8, 7,332.
21, Cristian Azcona, Puerto Rico, 6-9-1, 7,295.
22, Dick Allen, Lexington, S.C., 6-10, 7,277.
23, Ryan Shafer, Horseheads, N.Y., 5-11, 7,241.
24, Rhino Page, Orlando, 4-12, 7,157.


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Asia Durr scored 34 points and No. 2 Louisville overcame a near-collapse in a 72-63 victory over Virginia Tech on Sunday. Sam Fuehring added 21 points and 13 rebounds for the Cardinals (23-1, 10-1 Atlantic Coast Conference), who won their ninth in a row. Fuehring made consecutive driving baskets in
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Check out this fantastic property located in Mount Washington just off Hwy 44....minutes from both Mount Washington and Shepherdsville and I-65. Perfect for commuting to Louisville, Bullitt County and surrounding areas. Close to schools, shopping, restaurants, and entertainment. This spacious walk-out ranch has a superb open floor, professionally finished basement, 2 car attached garage, and a large lot overlooking the neighborhood lake and clubhouse. The entire interior has just been professionally painted ...check out the before and afters....and it is ready for a new owner.
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Kentucky Shakespeare kicks off its 59th annual free Kentucky Shakespeare Festival in Central Park with a comedy, a history, and a tragedy. The season begins with their professional productions of As You Like It May 29th, then Henry IV, Part II June 13th, followed by King Lear on June 27th. July 9th-21st all three performances will be presented in repertory. The season will be dedicated to the late Bekki Jo Schneider, former Producer of Kentucky Shakespeare and founder Doug Ramey's immediate successor. Last year we lost our dear friend Bekki Jo. She was instrumental in helping make the company what it is today, not only during her tenure here as an actor and leader but for years after as a mentor to me and to so many others in our community. We dedicate this season to her as we celebrate her life and legacy, said Matt Wallace, Producing Artistic Director.

Though it's winter now, we've been busy planning an exciting 59th season of Kentucky Shakespeare Festival! This season features a company of 20 performers and an array of 54 community pre-shows, with 7 productions and 58 performances over our 10-week summer season, says Wallace. Thanks to an Imagine 2020 Project Grant, made possible by Louisville Metro Government in partnership with the Fund for the Arts, we will also present the Kids' Globe this summer! Before performances youth can visit our Kids' Globe tent to participate in free interactive, hand-on arts activities all summer long. We'll again have a variety of 28 food trucks from the Louisville Food Truck Association rotating nightly, along with our Brown-Forman Bar, Will's Tavern and Will's Gift Shop. If you haven't been lately, you haven't been!

The season kicks off with As You Like It, Shakespeare's beloved, gender-swapping romantic comedy set in the Forest of Arden, where lives can be transformed when you least expect it. Matt Wallace directs, setting the production in 19th century Kentucky. It will feature live music with the cast performing original songs composed by Louisville singer/songwriter Aaron Bibelhauser of the bluegrass band Relic. The production stars Hallie Dizdarevic as Rosalind with Jon Becraft as Orlando, Gregory Maupin as Touchstone, Abigail Bailey Maupin as Jacques, Crystian Wiltshire as Silvius, Jon Patrick O'Brien as Oliver, and making their Kentucky Shakespeare debut, recent Actors Theatre performers Amber Avant as Celia and Angelica Santiago as Phebe.

Henry IV, Part II explores the precarious friendship of Prince Hal and Falstaff. The play is the third installment in the Game of Kings series, which wraps up with Henry V in 2020, the Festival's 60th season. The production is directed by Associate Artistic Director Amy Attaway and will again feature original music from Wax Fang's Scott Carney. Tom Luce returns as the title king, J. Barrett Cooper returns as Falstaff and Zachary Burrell as Prince Hal, with cast members including Will DeVary as Prince John, Amber Avant as Lady Percy, Kyle Ware as Ensign Pistol, and Kentucky Shakespeare veteran Monte Priddy as Shallow. This play is a little detour from the wartime saga, and it easily stands on its own. It's irreverent, funny, and deeply human I can't wait to show our audiences this different side of everyone's favorite fat knight, said director Amy Attaway.

Rounding out the main stage productions is one of Shakespeare's most powerful tragedies, King Lear, last performed by Kentucky Shakespeare 32 years ago. Wallace directs the production, set in ancient Britain, that follows a once-great ruler's descent into madness. Kentucky Shakespeare veteran Jon Huffman takes on the title role, with cast members including Jennifer Pennington as Gloucester, Dathan Hooper as Kent,

Braden McCampbell as Edmund, and Neill Robertson as Edgar.

The Louisville Improvisors return with Late Night Shakes on select Saturdays bringing late night improvised Shakespeare shows, June 1st, 15th, 29th and August 3rd.
Kentucky Shakespeare's Globe Players Professional Training Program for high school students will present the comedy Twelfth Night, directed by Kentucky Shakespeare's Director of Education Kyle Ware, running July 24th 27th.

Cincinnati Shakespeare Company returns to the Kentucky Shakespeare Festival stage July 28th and 30th to present the touring production of Romeo and Juliet directed by Caitlin McWethy.

Louisville Ballet will close out the season for the fourth year in a row, with another yet-to-be-titled world premiere of Shakespeare in Dance. Created by Roger Creel and Scott Moore, the production features performers from the Louisville Ballet and original music and choreography by Creel and Moore.


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