Pattern on the new line of civilian clothing it’s launching. Army by supplying the heavy woolen blankets soldiers carried into battle during the Civil War. The company would subsequently supply troops in both world wars with blankets and uniforms. While cutting, I do intermittent fasting where my eating window is from noon 9PM. I did eat the same meals almost every day and it does get tiring, but the results kept me motivated! I 100% recommend investing in a kitchen scale for cutting purposes as it makes tracking a breeze. I am also a full time Engineering student so with the exception of breakfast (the numbers are breakfast variations, not multiple breakfasts!), I would meal prep and freeze my lunches and dinners every Sunday.
S. Zeidan: None. D. Think Cedric Maxwell wants to keep going on his claim that Kevin Garnett is a better player than Bird? After last night’s sizzling 0 for 2 fourth quarter up against Anderson Varejao, he’ll sound more the fool for saying so. Paul Pierce’s inability to drive to the hoop is a maddening development, as is Boston’s game plan when it’s behind. Basically, channel Antoine and let ’em fly..
16, 2013 everything changed. Deadspin broke the news of how the whole story of Lennay Kekua was a lie. She did not exist. 2. CCNY point shaving (1950): In 1951, 32 college basketball players from seven schools around the country were caught up in a mafia run point shaving scheme that hit four New York schools and three out of state teams, including Kentucky. It was a major blow for college basketball, especially considering that the bulk of the accused players had been on CCNY’s 1950 team, which became the first (and only) team to ever win the NCAA and NIT tournaments.
The New Yorker’s Evan Osnos has been working on a profile about Vice President Biden for months, and it finally published this week with a big focus on the vice president’s role in the Ukraine crisis. Osnosconducted many interviews with Biden and even talked to President Obama. You should read the whole thing especially since the New Yorker archives are now open for browsing this summer but here’s a look at some of the most interesting tidbits..
NBC News: “Leaders of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee said Tuesday they reached an agreement on a draft resolution to use military force in Syria, setting a 60 day deadline, with one 30 day extension possible for the intervention while also barring the involvement of ground forces in the conflict draftcould be voted on by the panel on Wednesday. If approved, it would be sent to the full Senate for a vote once members return from recess on Sept. Ground troops.