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          Dateline Pacific for 15 April 2019      Comment   Translate Page      
An Australian academic and environmental management expert says the oil spill in Rennell was not just an accident but an inevitable outcome of a broken system; the International Organisation for Migration has launched a three year regional project in Fiji to help Pacific governments address climate and disaster-related displacement; well known New Zealand journalist, Jonathan Milne, is about to take a different path.; the Falling Walls Lab in Berlin is an international forum to encourage promising scientists and entrepreneurs from all fields to push for break throughs and Pacific thinkers are invited to apply, and; Pacific women authors and their challenges are being recognised by the Commonwealth. Last year, Samoan human rights activist Jenny Bennett-Tuioneta won the short story prize. This year, Cook Islander Maria Samuela has been shortlisted for the award.
           Schalke: Wright und Zahn empfehlen sich fürs Schalker Bundesliga-Team      Comment   Translate Page      
Beide Stürmer präsentieren sich beim 7:0-Sieg der Schalker Oberliga-U-23 gegen Erndtebrück in toller Verfassung. Gerald Asamoah sieht das auch.
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40, of Kekaha, Kauai, died on March 26, 2019 in Honolulu. He was born on April 28, 1978 in American Samoa. Visitation: 9:30 a.m. - 11:00 a.m.; Service: 4:00 pm. on Saturday, April 13, 2019 at Kekaha Harbor House.
          Woyzeck, který překřikuje sám sebe. Zakrvácený protagonista se v Brně plouží dějinami      Comment   Translate Page      
Expresivní autorskou variaci na slavného Woyzecka připravil v brněnském HaDivadle režisér Miroslav Bambušek. Výsledkem je pomyslná černá mše za známého Büchnerova hrdinu, která je někdy lomozivě sugestivní, jindy zase samoúčelně hlučná a vulgární.
          Tres derrotas de España en grupos en Singapur      Comment   Translate Page      
No pudieron ni con Samoa (40-14); ni con Nueva Zelanda (53-0), que vengó la derrota de Vancouver, ni con Japón (17-5). Los cuartos de la Challenge, ante Escocia (04:00 del domingo en España).
          De ‘Barrio Sésamo’ a Fofó: así explicó la TV la muerte a los niños y lo que refleja de la actualidad      Comment   Translate Page      

¿Cómo tratar una muerte en un programa infantil? Con honestidad, naturalidad y emoción

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           Comment on Induction: The Kurt Angle Action Short – TNA invades the Nutmeg State by CF       Comment   Translate Page      
I still need to work on my Anti-Induction for Samoa Joe's Rant at Turning Point '07, where he accurately predicted what the presence of Nash, Angle, and the other "*superstars*" would end up doing to TNA....
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          Francesco Molinari leads Masters, with Tiger Woods two shots back      Comment   Translate Page      

Tony Finau may not have slept that mid-April Sunday night in 1997 after he’d watched Tiger Woods absolutely blitz the field in the Masters to take his first major championship.

It was a transcendent sporting moment that made a 7-year-old kid of Tongan and American Samoa descent, growing up in Utah,...


          Francesco Molinari leads Masters, with Tiger Woods two shots back      Comment   Translate Page      

Tony Finau may not have slept that mid-April Sunday night in 1997 after he’d watched Tiger Woods absolutely blitz the field in the Masters to take his first major championship.

It was a transcendent sporting moment that made a 7-year-old kid of Tongan and American Samoa descent, growing up in Utah,...


          Francesco Molinari leads Masters, with Tiger Woods two shots back      Comment   Translate Page      

Tony Finau may not have slept that mid-April Sunday night in 1997 after he’d watched Tiger Woods absolutely blitz the field in the Masters to take his first major championship.

It was a transcendent sporting moment that made a 7-year-old kid of Tongan and American Samoa descent, growing up in Utah,...


          Francesco Molinari leads Masters, with Tiger Woods two shots back      Comment   Translate Page      

Tony Finau may not have slept that mid-April Sunday night in 1997 after he’d watched Tiger Woods absolutely blitz the field in the Masters to take his first major championship.

It was a transcendent sporting moment that made a 7-year-old kid of Tongan and American Samoa descent, growing up in Utah,...


          Francesco Molinari leads Masters, with Tiger Woods two shots back      Comment   Translate Page      

Tony Finau may not have slept that mid-April Sunday night in 1997 after he’d watched Tiger Woods absolutely blitz the field in the Masters to take his first major championship.

It was a transcendent sporting moment that made a 7-year-old kid of Tongan and American Samoa descent, growing up in Utah,...


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Rugby player evades a tackle

The Sevens World Series continues its brief jaunt around Asia this weekend with the next stop o the tour being Singapore.

The World Sevens Series heads for Singapore this week and the tiny South-East Asian country is set for two days of pulsating and crucial sevens action. There are only three rounds remaining in this year's series and things are extremely tight at the top of the standings with only seven points separating current log toppers, the United States, and the second-placed Fijians, who bagged their fifth successive Hong Kong title last weekend.

Singapore Sevens
National Stadium
Saturday 13 April - Sunday 14 April


Pools
Pool A: Fiji, South Africa, Scotland, and Canada
Pool B: France, Argentina, Australia, and Hong Kong
Pool C: USA, England, Kenya, and Wales
Pool D: Samoa, New Zealand, Japan, Spain


To Win Tournament Outright
Fiji
United States
New Zealand
South Africa
England
Australia
Argentina

Contenders

Fiji
Singapore 2018 Finish: Champions

The Fijians were in scintillating form last weekend topping a group that featured New Zealand, Australia and Kenya before beating Argentina, the United States and then finally France to claim their fifth successive Hong Kong title.

While don't boast as successful a record in Singapore as they Hong Kong, they still are the joint most successful team at the event having won two of the seven events held in the country. The most recent of these victories came last year where they beat Australia 28-22 in the final.

United States
Singapore Finish 2018: Ninth

The'States have been on something of a lean streak since their home tournament victory finishing fourth in Vancouver and following that up with a fifth-place finish at last week's Hong Kong Sevens. While these aren't the worst of finishes, the problem for the USA is that the Fijians have won the last two events and are now breathing down their necks on the Series log.

Singapore hasn't been kind to the Americans over the years and they are yet to win a tournament in the country. They did manage to finish the 2017 edition of the tournament as runners-up, however, and another runners-up result would put them in a handy position headed into the final two rounds, especially if the Fijians finish below them in Singapore.

New ZealandSingapore 2018 Finish: Fifth

The New Zealander's are the joint most successful side in Singapore having won two tournaments here just like their Fijian counterparts. They did struggle at the event last season though and only managed a fifth-place finish.

They currently lie third on the Series standings and will need to win at least two more tournaments if they are to challenge the Americans and Fijians for the Series title.

 Like the United States, New Zealand have struggled for form since departing Las Vegas with the men from the 'land of the long white cloud' finishing sixth in Vancouver and seventh in Hong Kong. They do have the talent to bounce back in Singapore, however.

Dark Horse
France
2018 Singapore Finish: 15th

While the French have a rather poor recent record in Singapore, this tournament does provide shock winners on a regular basis with Canada and Kenya winning two of the last three events staged in the country.

Le Blue have been in fine form of late as well, finishing the previous two legs of this season's circuit in second-place.

With a huge price tag on their heads for a tournament win, it may well be worth investing a very small stake in this French outfit.

Verdict: Fiji
A win here could well see the Islanders move above the USA on the series standings with only two legs of the 2018/19 season remaining. This is the only motivating factor Gareth Barber's men will need this weekend.



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          Francesco Molinari leads Masters, with Tiger Woods two shots back      Comment   Translate Page      

Tony Finau may not have slept that mid-April Sunday night in 1997 after he’d watched Tiger Woods absolutely blitz the field in the Masters to take his first major championship.

It was a transcendent sporting moment that made a 7-year-old kid of Tongan and American Samoa descent, growing up in Utah,...


          Weekend Musings ~ Back at the 'Gym' and Puzzles      Comment   Translate Page      
It was a long work week this week.
After the emotional last few weeks, I had to be knee deep in year end reports.
Ah the financial world. Though there is some satisfaction when the spreadsheets balance, it is often a long road to that point.

Add to that, there has been no exercise for the last 3 WEEKS! Yes, that is correct. 3 friggin weeks.
And it wasn't like I was eating carefully either.
It seems when one goes out the window, the other follows.
My lame and completely wrong justification, "Well I am not working out anyways....so why not have those fries, and yes I may as well have another cookie while I am at it!"

It was thus proved I have NO willpower. At all. None.
And I was feeling really crappy about it.

The evidence is, I ate 2 boxes of my favorite Girl Scout Cookies in 2 weeks. No willpower. At all. Had them for dinner one night. Feeling like big fat crap. My kryptonite, I don't care if they are called Caramel DeLites or Samoas, I am too weak to stop eating when I reach the recommended serving size. And then, since I am over, well there is no stopping me.

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I was in a definite rut. I was out of sorts, off the exercise wagon, jumped off the healthy living ship.

So after 3 weeks, I am feeling like a balloon. Blown up BIG. Sadly not full of air. Full of FOOD now sitting in a few places that I don't want it, and those pants that used to fit me good are now a wee bit tight. I forced myself out the door this morning and hit my favorite 'gym'.

My Favorite Gym
photo courtesy of Raige Creations

I have signed up for a one mile sea swim in June. So this has been my weekend gym. (Until lately, that is.) I mentioned to hubby, more to motivate myself to get out the door really, that I have about 8 weeks until the sea swim. 8 WEEKS!!!!!

So he said, "you are gonna have to swim every day!" I wish. And yes, that is him being supportive. Wonder if I could really work that in to my schedule......

But I am back at swimming anyways. And I have to say, swimming never really feels like a workout to me. Sure, when I stop to turn around and then when I am finished, I am wicked thirsty and I am breathing heavy. But I can still breathe, I can't feel the sweat dripping down my face, and my muscles are not aching and knees are not creaking. I love this workout. I can swim just over a half mile non stop now. Some days I feel like I can go another half, but haven't done it yet. BUT, 8 WEEKS!!! Maybe next weekend will double that and prove I can do this.

And I will try hit the real gym on my lunch this week. Though I am actually dreading the rowing machine. At least it is better than the treadmill. A little. (More on that later if I can bring myself to get on that treadmill again and finish that blog.)

The one thing that has been totally great over the past week -- the puzzle I bought on Monday.
After my trip to Buffalo (BFLO), I vowed to get a puzzle.
Hubby was on board too, we would do it together!
He said, "Get a challenging one!", whatever that means I was not sure.

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To the store I went on my last Monday lunch break. And was mostly disappointed in the selection.
I am not sure what I was looking for. In fact, I didn't even know what would be a challenging puzzle.
I decided it was not the extra large pieces, we can still see, mostly, I figured.
So -- regular size.
And -- no kiddie ones.
But 500 piece, 1000 piece, 1500 piece, 2000 piece?
Well with those choices, I assumed 500 piece was not as challenging as 1000 piece. But over that was darn right intimidating.
So -- 1000 piece.
The imagery was the main disappointment. Animals in the jungle. No. Underwater scene. Nope, I liked it sure but thought it too cliche. Cats. Big Nope for hubby for sure. City scenes. Hmmmm. It was between London and a Paris balcony. I actually cringed at the site of Big Ben, hubby has been relentlessly watching the Brexit fiasco, and I am quite sick of everything UK at the moment.
So -- a quaint Paris Balcony it was.

Brought it home, proudly. "Ready?" I asked with excitement. Nope, not interested, not happening at that time. I opened it Tuesday morning, thinking it would be great to sit with a cup of coffee and give it a go. Hubby was not interested yet. So I found maybe 5 pieces that fit, and was pulling out the edge pieces as I went, as one does at the beginning of a puzzle. Then I had to go to work.

Puzzle Day 1
Progress - mostly done without me.
photo courtesy of Raige Creations
When I got home, 'someone' had taken it upon himself to take over the puzzle.
And put ALL the flower pieces he found in a baggie off to the right, out of the way.

I was greeted with "Why did you get such a damn hard puzzle?!?!?"
Mouth open, I said, "You said get a challenging one! And look how far you got!!"
He said, with a hint of whine, "But I didn't finish it." 
Gaping mouth, with heavy disbelief, "WHAT?!"
He said, with disappointment, "I gave myself today to finish it and it is not finished."

Really? Like the adult I am, I said, "That was an unrealistic expectation, honey."
Yeah, I really said that. Then I laughed at the teacher-like quality that had. But really?
What a bunch of old farts we are.
He added, "and YOU are doing all the f$#%king flowers."

We have been thoroughly enjoying it. We sometimes work on it separately, most of the time together. We applaud each other when we find a particularly hard to find piece, we criticize each other's mistakes, we hand each other a piece that will fit in the section the other is working on. I have been questioned on the difficulty of the puzzle several times, and apparently there are far too many friggin flowers in it. But, it has been great. Makes us silly even. Like when we each found a piece that put together a tiny car in the puzzle, and he said the cutest-ever-from-a-grown-man 'Beep Beep'when the pieces clicked together. I laughed so hard, and then we started singing songs we could think of  that had 'beep beep' in it. You would be surprised, there are several!
Best $23 bucks I have spent in, well, ever I think.

Puzzle Day 6
I did the rest of the sky and lower left set of flowers, hubby is beating me his progress on the rest.
photo courtesy of Raige Creations
I must say, if one week is any indication, it is exactly the thing that we needed.
You know, sometimes you fall in to a rut. Separately, then together. Weekends had become tense, each of us on edge. The time we had to unwind and enjoy, we were just too stressed and worn out and in a rut and that is hard not to let out in some way or another. So, us being the only ones around, let it out to each other. If this is empty nest-er syndrome, yes, we were there.
But, a puzzle to concentrate on, unwind, share. It seems to have taken that edge right off. We are laughing so much, we are enjoying time together. Funny how that works. Did I mention what a pair of old farts we are now?

Not bad for one week. But. He has said more than once, "Why are there so many f$#%king flowers.", and "I am coming with you to get the next puzzle."
Maybe our anniversary present.
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          UIS Label-Introduction,History and Links-(Russia-2009/2019)      Comment   Translate Page      

UIS is the music union and independent label from Russia. UIS produce non-commercial post-industrial compilations and spread audio cassettes and CDs on the streets, squares and other public places around the world. (intro from their Bandcamp page)
One of the headmasters of this great label is Al-Maytatu L-Habithu, I spoke about him when I posted the fantastic tape qamat-is-saatu-unpronounceable  and for this post,  He wrote a very good compendium about their work/projects including interesting links.
Big thanks to Al-Maytatu L-Habithu for his astonishing contribution.
Enjoy this amazing label.
~f(a*r)a~w*a)y~
 
Debatable art

Is art just entertainment nowadays? When professional artists are making money creating products for entertainment it is show business. What about these so-called experimental forms of art?

Modernists (experimental) art in XX-XXI centuries is “debatable” art. We have all this noise music, 4’33’’ performances, Malevich black square. It is like a question without answers. Can be noise music? What the difference between music and noise? Is silent is music? Is it Art? Modern experimental art generates these questions. All we have is endless discussions about the purpose of art. Art raises questions but does not answer. We can say that all this experimental art stands in a nihilist position.

Early art forms (an art of Pre-Modern) are not just about entertainment. Purpose of art was to capture and convey (express) the ideas, images, feelings, and knowledge as reliable as possible. Poets created ballads about past events like wars and coronations. Painters made frescoes in cathedrals as an illustration of the Bible. Musicians were inspired by religious plots, folklore, and literature.

I think it is important to save this traditionalists message in the experimental field. Instead of producing ‘experiment’ just for ‘experiment’, and ‘noise’ just for ‘noise’.

United Information Space (UIS)


The term “information space” came to sociology and philosophy from technical disciplines.

“Information space is the set of concepts and relations among them held by an information system; it describes the range of possible values or meanings an entity can have under the given rules and circumstances”. (wiki)
An information space is a type of information design in which representations of information objects are situated in a principled space. In a principled space location and direction have meaning, so that mapping and navigation become possible.
— MIT Artificial Intelligence Laboratory

“Another definition (idealistic) is that the information space is the total results of the semantic activity of the humanity, "the world of names and titles", conjugated to the ontological world. Being a primary concept, the information space cannot be precisely defined and is set as a dialectical opposition to the material, physical, object space”. (wiki)
Information space surrounds us.
It is the results of the semantic activity of humanity. We can imagine it as an invisible network. It is a world of words and meanings. We are providing knowledge not just from our personal sensory experience but also via information communications. Patterns of our behaviour, our stereotypes, our thoughts are results of communication in so-called information space.

Information space can’t be viewed as an interrelated and indivisible whole. We can still see the difference between cultural levels and national characteristics of each region. But we will come to united information space in the future where all national, religious and cultural differences will disappear. (Maybe not…) Any way we can mourn the first consequences of globalization.

So “united information space” is the result of globalization, computerization and modernization. It is a futuristic idea.


 Music in information space.

Music is information. It provides the messages to attentive listeners. Will music transform into a cross-cultural form of art in upcoming united information space?

The problem of the development of rock music is blues clichés, beyond which an artist has no opportunity to go. At one time, these boundaries suspended the development of alternative rock music. Dance music (EDM) and pop music is only entertainment. And it follows the path of perfunctory development.

I think post-industrial music can be true alternative cross-cultural music, where spiritual aspects and ethnic music roots combine with high-tech innovations in sound. It is still true avant-garde modernists music – advanced guard of cross-cultural music of upcoming united information space. And we are proud to be a part of this movement.

UIS label history

The idea of UIS was born in summer 2009 and closely related with the activity of two Russian post-industrial projects [Qamat is-sa’atu] and Per Aspera.



Ixes (ex-member of [Qamat is-sa’atu], now in Per Aspera) dreamed to create brand new crossover post-industrial sound, which can be cross-cultural and based on a wide range of musical influences. He wanted to remove the stylistic limits and became free in musical expression.

His post-industrial project Per Aspera has its roots in so-called "schwarze szene" and rhythmic noise, but in fact, his music is a mix of different cultural influences. It is noted for high attention to rhythm, formalism, absurd and genre eclecticism that he calls UIS (United Information Space). His interpretation of the concept of "industrial music" is, first of all, freedom of choice for the realization of ideas. And this is the basic principle by which tracks were created.
The term UIS, which can be interpreted as United Information Space, means stylistic eclecticism and complete rejection of any genre limitations. Later, during the work with the project [Qamat is-sa atu], the term UIS acquired its second value is a non-commercial distribution of music in the different countries of the world.

Me (Al-Maytatu L-Habithu) and Ixes found UIS label in 2010. We start to produce compilations in cooperation with like-minded bands to express our ideas in information space.


/2010/ First release Geomatika [UIS-01] was a non-profit compilation which was attended by five post-industrial projects from Russia. The edition was a few numbers of CD-R. It was spread out in public places of Manila and Panglao island, Philippines.

Name your price download: https://uislabel.bandcamp.com/album/geomatika-uis-01

Free download mp3 archive: https://yadi.sk/d/agrjJBKo3F2mZm



/2013/ Abramacabra [UIS-02] was a non-profit tape release with single demo track. Per Aspera with the participation of [Qamat is-sa’atu] produced track dedicated to one of the most influential horror writer H.P.Lovecraft.

Unfortunately, we didn't finish the track in view of some problems, but anyway we published a number of demo tapes (about 15 cassettes) which were spread out in the streets of Providence, Rhode Island where Lovecraft lived and created his occult stories.





Free download mp3 archive: yadi.sk/d/xFGL4QNICyFvd



/2013/ Koi Pond [UIS-03] was created by six industrial projects from Russia and Belorussia for distribution over the capital of South Korea - Seoul.An edition was 50 copies single-side C90. Some audiocassettes were left in public places of this city at the end of November 2013.





Free download mp3 archive: yadi.sk/d/fDXIWxUeEkEBb



/2014/ Jamia [UIS-04] became our first concept compilation. We made it spread out in Jamaica. Jamaica is best known for every music lover as the origin of reggae and dub. The compilation was created in reggae/dub tradition where original tracks were on A side of the tapes and their psychedelic (dub) mixes on side B. Edition was 50 audiocassettes C60 and about 10 copies CD-R. The part of the issue was spread out on the streets of Kingston, Montego Bay and in other cities of Jamaica.





Free download mp3 archive: yadi.sk/d/CtFRNypFQkmr3


/2014/ North Air [UIS-05] became the most integral in content and hard for distribution among all releases of UIS-community. Eight projects from Russia and Italy created dark ambient tracks, inspired by the literature of the Age of Discovery.An edition was 50 audiocassettes. Some part of the edition was left on islands of Polynesian state Samoa, where the famous writer Robert Louis Stevenson lived and worked. We dedicate this release to his immortal novel "Treasure Island".





Free download mp3 archive: yadi.sk/d/9Uuv3tmdTbwBQ



/2014/ Grotesque [UIS-06] was conceived as eclectic and weird work. Compilation unites Russian and Belarusian artists of different music genres from post-industrial to experimental black metal. There were no specific idea or concept of this release. We just freaked out and had fun. The edition was 50 audiocassettes C90. Some tapes were left among the Gustov Vigeland's grotesque sculptures in Frogner Park in Oslo, Norway.





Free download mp3 archive: yadi.sk/d/xDLNoxQ-VNY2K



/2015/ मोक्ष [UIS - 07] became our masterpiece. Edition 50 tapes. It was prepared to spread out in the Balinese village Trunyan that is worldwide known for its traditional funeral rituals.

Mokṣa (Skt. मोक्ष) in Hinduism means ''breaking from chains of reincarnation and all the miseries of material existence''.

The 9 track cassette compilation is divided into 3 parts - 3 existential phases:

Side A. Phase of Life is about the the existence of a soul in the material world (tracks 1-3) 

Side B. Phase of Death is about leaving of a soul from a body shell (tracks 4-6)

Side C. Phase of Eternity is about the astral journey of a soul (tracks 7-9) (non-physical phase is not available on physical release).
 
Please check out review by Heathen Harvest Periodical (USA): goo.gl/GvhNmC  




Photo-report: uislabel.blogspot.ru/p/uis-07-photos.html
Free download mp3 archive: 
yadi.sk/d/rLtESLT_harZj 


/2016/ Анатомический атлас [UIS - 08] was dedicated to the works of A. Vesalius, F. Ruysch, N. Tulp and to all progressive scientists, physicians and philosophers, who affected the development of medicine in Europe's Renaissance and the Age of Enlightenment. Edition 50 tapes. Part of  it was spread out in the streets of Eindhoven - one of the oldest cities in the Netherlands.

Reviews:
© Santa Sangre (Poland): goo.gl/I9IiSA 

© Mithra! Templezine (France): goo.gl/cVb1Jb 

© Existence Establishment (USA): existest.org/ee_v3/?p=9416 



Free download mp3 archive: yadi.sk/d/wOXG5AVNsdNJS 



/2017/ Аргандаб [UIS-09] brought together twelve projects from Russia, Denmark and Italy. Each participant dedicated his track to the tragic events of 1979-1989 - the war in Afghanistan. Part of the edition of 75 tapes was spread out on the streets of Kabul in 2017.




Free download mp3 archive: https://yadi.sk/d/FE6ZYLO73LdsJu



/2018/ Ещё не время предавать [UIS-10] is about Islamic Revolution in Iran. Working with the historical background we tried to convey the feel and mood of Iranian society in 1978–1979. The compilation includes the work of nine musical projects from Russia, Germany and the UK. Edition 75 tapes. Audio cassettes were randomly circulated in Tehran and Bandar Abbas in January 2018.







Our next work will be released in summer of 2019 dedicated to 45th anniversary of Cyprus conflict. We will bring together excellent post-industrial acts from Russia, Italy, Greece and Turkey. Stay tuned for that!




          Saturday April 13th Western Samoa      Comment   Translate Page      
Hello from Apia the capitol of Samoa also known as Western Samoa. We arrived this morning about 930. That gave us time to sleep in a little and still have a nice breakfast before the ship arrived. David was able to go out on deck to take a few pictur
          Francesco Molinari leads Masters, with Tiger Woods two shots back      Comment   Translate Page      

Tony Finau may not have slept that mid-April Sunday night in 1997 after he’d watched Tiger Woods absolutely blitz the field in the Masters to take his first major championship.

It was a transcendent sporting moment that made a 7-year-old kid of Tongan and American Samoa descent, growing up in Utah,...


          NBA, plej-of: Jokićev novi tripl-dabl, ali i poraz Nagetsa – Ogastin srušio favorizovani Toronto (video)      Comment   Translate Page      
San Antonio je napravio brejk protiv Denvera na startu plej-ofa NBA lige i porazio ga rezultatom 101:96.[yuzo_related] Nikola Jokić je u toj utakmici imao tripl-dabl, po 14 skokova i asistencija i ‘samo’ deset poena. Nakon početnog egala i prve deonice u kojoj je prednost uglavnom bila na [...]
          Francesco Molinari leads Masters, with Tiger Woods two shots back      Comment   Translate Page      

Tony Finau may not have slept that mid-April Sunday night in 1997 after he’d watched Tiger Woods absolutely blitz the field in the Masters to take his first major championship.

It was a transcendent sporting moment that made a 7-year-old kid of Tongan and American Samoa descent, growing up in Utah,...


          Francesco Molinari leads Masters, with Tiger Woods two shots back      Comment   Translate Page      

Tony Finau may not have slept that mid-April Sunday night in 1997 after he’d watched Tiger Woods absolutely blitz the field in the Masters to take his first major championship.

It was a transcendent sporting moment that made a 7-year-old kid of Tongan and American Samoa descent, growing up in Utah,...


          Tiger Woods poised to strike as Francesco Molinari leads Masters      Comment   Translate Page      

If Saturday at the Masters was electric, Sunday could be supercharged.

The threat of severe thunderstorms has forced Augusta National officials to instigate a two-tee start in groups of three, with the leading trio of Francesco Molinari, Tiger Woods and Tony Finau off at 09:20 a.m. ET instead of in pairs mid afternoon.

The hope is to get the fireworks wrapped up on the course before they come down from the sky.

In Saturday's third round, if you weren't surging forwards you were going backwards.

Four-time champion Woods parred his first four holes and was disappearing in the leaders' rear view mirror, but when he finally engaged gear at the seventh, he, too, roared up the leaderboard. A fifth birdie at the 16th sparked a tumultuous roar as he tied for the lead.

By the end of a sun-drenched, dazzling day of golf, Italy's British Open champion Molinari held a two-shot lead at 13 under over Woods and Finau going into the final round.

'Great test'

Woods, of course, is trying to pull off a fairytale comeback with a fifth Green Jacket 14 years after his last, and a 15th major 11 years after his previous triumph. Inspired by his comeback season last year from spine fusion surgery, including second at the US PGA and culminating in a first victory for five years at the Tour Championship, Woods is rekindling memories of his heyday.

The 43-year-old has now been in white-hot contention in his last three majors and retains the steely focus of the old warrior.

"This is a chance to win a major championship so I'm ready," he told BBC Sport, talking of Sunday's early start. Woods also said he was embracing the idea of adding to his major tally.

"That's part of the deal," he said. "I'm playing for my fifth but I'm trying to win a golf tournament at the end of the day. I've just got to go out and execute. It's going to be a great test for all of us."

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'Good fun'

Off the course, the consensus is Woods has mellowed over the years and become more approachable after his injury woes and life struggles. Walking off the 18th following his impressive and at times fortunate 67 Saturday -- three times he drove into trees but escaped with a shot at the green -- he was all smiles and trading high and low fives with children and patrons lining the ropes.

"Since he's come back to the sport he hangs out more, he wants to enjoy the life," said Europe's Ryder Cup captain Padraig Harrington, a three-time major champion, talking to BBC Sport.

England's Ian Poulter, Woods' playing partner Saturday, said of the circus that comes with playing with him: "It's never easy. It's always loud, especially when he's making plenty of birdies. But it was fun, he was good fun to play with."

Molinari held off the charging Woods to clinch the Open at Carnoustie last year and has previous with the American at Augusta. Molinari first attended the Masters as a caddie for elder brother Edoardo, the US amateur champion, in 2006. They played alongside defending champion Woods in the first round.

'Hogan-like'

Now, after a stellar season last year, and further success this term, the Italian could be the one to deprive the old master. The last player to win the Open and then clinch the next Masters? Yep. Woods.

Molinari has always been a solid player, but his work with renowned performance coach Dave Alred, alongside swing tutor Denis Pugh, is paying dividends as he translates pressure and accountability in practice into an ice-cool demeanor on the course. He emerged from Saturday's melee with a bogey-free 66 -- making it 43 straight holes without a bogey -- to set a relentless pace.

"This is Hogan-like," said BBC commentator Ken Brown, referring to legendary US pro Ben Hogan, who won nine major titles.

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Then there's Finau, the man who dislocated his ankle celebrating a shot in the par-3 contest on his debut last year before going on to finish tied 10th. The Salt Lake City native, the first player of Tongan-Samoan heritage on Tour, led the charge for most of Saturday. He was the first to push the lead to 10 under as he chases only his second top-flight victory and first major title.

"I'm driving the ball nicely and I can attack the golf course if I'm driving well," said Finau, who was one of three players to shoot 64. "I feel good, I feel comfortable.

"More than anything I needed to keep my foot on the gas pedal."

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Wild Sunday

The softer, more receptive course meant good scores were attainable and Webb Simpson and Patrick Cantlay also shot 64s -- previously there had only ever been one round of 64 or better in a single Masters tournament. However, forecast strengthening winds and the threat of storms could make scoring more difficult Sunday.

In recent times, the Masters champion has tended to come from the final pairing, but the nature of this year's event suggests this one might be less predictable.

Behind the leading trio lurks American Brooks Koepka, the reigning US PGA and two-time US Open champion who has won three of his last six majors.

Koepka began Saturday in a five-way tie for the lead, with Molinari among others, but he trod water for much of the round before an eagle at the 15th en route to a 69 took him to 10 under.

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Simpson, the 2012 US Open champion, and the 43-year-old Poulter, who is still chasing a first major despite his long-time Ryder Cup heroics for Europe, sit on nine under.

In all, 10 players are within five shots of the lead, but the rest will be aware the record comeback over the final 18 holes at the Masters is the eight shots Jack Burke Jr. made up to win in 1956.

Nick Faldo also overhauled a six-shot deficit to beat Greg Norman by five in 1996.

Buckle up. Sunday could be wild.


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Tony Finau may not have slept that mid-April Sunday night in 1997 after he’d watched Tiger Woods absolutely blitz the field in the Masters to take his first major championship.

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          Francesco Molinari leads Masters, with Tiger Woods two shots back      Comment   Translate Page      

Tony Finau may not have slept that mid-April Sunday night in 1997 after he’d watched Tiger Woods absolutely blitz the field in the Masters to take his first major championship.

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          Francesco Molinari leads Masters, with Tiger Woods two shots back      Comment   Translate Page      

Tony Finau may not have slept that mid-April Sunday night in 1997 after he’d watched Tiger Woods absolutely blitz the field in the Masters to take his first major championship.

It was a transcendent sporting moment that made a 7-year-old kid of Tongan and American Samoa descent, growing up in Utah,...


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Jenny Beth Martin, co-founder and national coordinator of Tea Party Patriots, told Breitbart News that the rallies were inspired by President Donald Trump’s State of the Union address, where he pledged, “America will never be a socialist country … ever.”

“That inspired us to do this,” Martin said.

But, Martin said, the event is about more than opposing the left’s agenda.

“The people taking part in the rallies are not just standing against socialism, but are also standing up for liberty and freedom,” 

More here.

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So many 'Patriots' are so utterly clueless about the topic upon which they bloviate.

'Patriots' do not accept welfare from The State.  

'Patriots' do not work in professions that impose violations of Rightful Liberty upon their countrymen.

And the absurdity of the Tea Party holding 'rallies' on 'Tax Day' to protest 'Socialism' and oppressive government is beyond my ability to properly articulate.  The stunning failure to understand the reality in front of them is mind-boggling.

Socialism is not the problem.  Communism is not the problem.  Anarchy is not the problem.  Fascism is not the problem.  Racism is not the problem.

The problem is now and has always been with the -ist, not the -ism.

Social-ists are the problem.  Commun-ists are the problem.  Anarch-ists are the problem.

Don't fight the -ism - that is folly.

Extirpate the -ists - reduce the gene pool of the garbage.

No man or woman has ever died from an -ism.

Death is always at the hands of the -ists...

Back to the dim-wits currently struggling with knotted panties over 'Socialism' - here's a list of all the countries in the world with LOWER personal income tax rates than 'murica.  

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Range %
39.6 : 35
47 : 38
47.5 : 38.52
38 : 38
44 : 38
37.5 : 35
37 : 37
36 : 0
36 : 20
56.1 : 36
35.88 : 30
35 : 25
35 : 28
35 : 30
35 : 35
35 : 35
35 : 35
35 : 35
35 : 35
35 : 35
35 : 35
37 : 35
40 : 30
40 : 35
40 : 35
40 : 35
50 : 35
34 : 34
35 : 33.5
33 : 29
33 : 33
33 : 33
38.5 : 33
39 : 33
32 : 32
35 : 32
45 : 32
30 : 25
30 : 30
30 : 30
30 : 30
30 : 30
30 : 30
30 : 30
30 : 30
30 : 30
35 : 25
35 : 30
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28 : 25
27.5 : 27.5
27 : 27
25 : 20
25 : 25
25 : 25
25 : 25
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30 : 25
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vacatures in Antwerpen (stad)
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Tony Finau may not have slept that mid-April Sunday night in 1997 after he’d watched Tiger Woods absolutely blitz the field in the Masters to take his first major championship.

It was a transcendent sporting moment that made a 7-year-old kid of Tongan and American Samoa descent, growing up in Utah,...


          Comment on Connor Joe Clears Waivers, Returned To Dodgers by bitteroldman      Comment   Translate Page      
Any relation to Samoa Joe?
          18 tonn klimagasser på klimatur      Comment   Translate Page      
I kampen for klimaet har kronprinsen og utviklingsministerens flyreiser til Tonga, Fiji og Samoa og hjem igjen ført til utslipp av 18 tonn klimagasser. – Det er et paradoks, sier kronprins Haakon. Hver nordmann slipper ut 9,8 tonn klimagasser årlig.
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Inizia il match 1′ Alta la pressione di Nainggolan su Sportiello. Ad Icardi non riesce il pallonetto. 2′ Fallo su Icardi. Punizione senza pericoli per l’Inter. 3′ Errore di De Vrij che lascia la palla a Ciofani. Tiro deviato e palla ad Handanovic. 5′ Incomprensione tra Asamoah e Nainggolan, palla recuperata dalla difesa. 6′ A […]

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