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I'm out hahahahaha gotta get some sleep for tomorrow...but wow. I'm lost for words bro.
What a game!
Wow....wow just wow.....this is just too much for me brother @KyleBerke
@KyleBerke Congrats bro hahaha must be a pretty good weekend for you!
OMG It's no good! Looks like the Cardinals are going to take this one!
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[Remember the Titans] Brother
[Photo: Julius Campbell (left), Gary Bertier (right)] I recently watched my favorite sports movie of all time, Remember the Titans, for like the 100th time. For those of you that haven't watched the movie, it's based on a true story about a high school football team, in a town that is racially divided. And for the first time, the team becomes racially integrated and an African American coach is newly appointed in the head coaching spot. They all have their differences and troubles in the beginning, but through football, they come together as one. And there is this one scene that gets me every single time I watch this movie. Julius visits Gary who is in the hospital after a horrible car accident. Gary is paralyzed from the waist down and when Julius walks into the room, the nurse stops him, saying only kins are allowed. Gary responds, "Alice, are you blind? Don't you see the family resemblance? That's my brother." In a time when we are so divided by our race, religion, background...I think there is still hope in this world where we can become brothers, we can become sisters, we can become family despite our differences. In the final moments of the movie, these words are said: "People say that it can't work, black and white. Here, we make it work every day. We still have our disagreements, of course, but before we reach for hate, always, always, we remember the Titans." What are some of your favorite sports movies? How did they inspire you?
Love It Or Hate It: Live Sporting Events?
Welcome to the Funny Community game, Love It Or Hate It! This game is really similar to Monday's 'No Good or So Good' food game - except this one deals a lot more with non-food things. Every week, I highlight a different thing that a lot of people either really love or really hate and see how our community feels overall! Last week, I asked you how you felt about SELFIE STICKS. It was an EXTREMELY tight vote, but out of the 60 who gave your opinion, 33 of you said that they're actually kind of useful! Soooo... SELFIE STICKS WIN!!!! This week, I want to know: How do you feel about attending live sports games? Spectator sports have been around since the days of Ancient Greece, but the ones we know and love today came into being in the mid 19th century! The number of Americans that attend at least one live sporting event annually is easily in the tens of millions. However, the amount of them that find said sporting event COMPLETELY BORING is still widely unknown. How do YOU feel about spectator sports? Are they tons of fun or brutally boring? Debate, debate, debate! @Inaritricx @Taijiotter @wonyeop316 @AimeeH @XergaB20 @JustinaNguyen @Danse @RainaC3 @bnrenchilada @destiny1419 @arnelli @Luci546 @InPlainSight @Ash2424701 @GingerMJones @zwdodds @LenaBlackRose @misssukyi @TerraToyaSi @kneelb4zod @BrookeStam @RachelParker @JaxomB @ultraninja10 @reyestiny93 @MattK95 @MajahnNelson @petname83 @BluBear07 @melifluosmelodi @ZoilaObregon @GossamoKewen95 @TracyLynnn @TiffanyWallace @VixenViVi @DenieceSuit @ButterflyBlu @CelinaGonzalez @MaighdlinS @maddiemoozer @VeronicaArtino @iixel @TomHawthorne @DominiqueThomas @ElizabethT @RiggaFoster @AluSparklez @kvnguyen @chris98vamg @WiviDemol @animechild51 @2Distracted @cthulu @jazziejazz @JessicaChaney @shantalcamara @J1mbleJ4mz @Beeplzzz @carmaa10 @MayraYanez @Kamiamon @HeatherWright @MischiefK1ng @SeoInHan @ShonA @KennyMcCormick @MooshieBay @IMNII @Ikpoper @humairaa @merryjayne13 @zoemvillarreal @lilleonz @ChristinaOMalle @AllieGrabowski @baileykayleen @KarleyFrance @Ticasensei @EasternShell @musicundefined9 @peahyr @TerrecaRiley @MoisEsGaray @atmi @AlidaGarman @sanRico @orenshani7 @jannatd93 @ReadAnimateSwim @Astrohelix @dimplequeen @ChildofSparda13 @grapetoes2000 @sarahpjane @LittleHorn @justinasarmento @deilig @GalaxyTacoCat @amobigbang @LAVONYORK @Jason41 @kpopdeluxegirl @BlackDragon88 @Bobs @paularasnick @Animaniafreak @YumiMiyazaki @Patmanmeow @MarvelTrashcan @kawaiiporpoise @Xiuyeolhyun @MaggieHolm @xDaisyDaysx
How Video Assistant Referees (VAR) are Changing Football
The use of video assistant referees (VAR) in football has caused much debate in recent years. With technology now being used to help officiate games, there is no denying that the game of football is undergoing a major transformation. As such, it's important to consider the implications that VAR has had on the sport. In this blog post, we will discuss how VAR is changing football and the impact it has had on the game. We will look at the pros and cons of VAR and what the future of football officiating looks like with this technology. At its core, the aim of VAR is to correct clear and obvious errors in certain match-changing situations. These include goals, penalties, red cards, and cases of mistaken identity. The system is operated by a team of video assistant referees (VARs), who monitor the game from a video operation room and can advise the on-field referee on any potential incidents that may require review. The introduction of VAR has brought both positive and negative impacts on the game of football. One of the main advantages is that it has helped to reduce the number of incorrect decisions made by match officials. This has resulted in greater fairness and consistency in decision-making, and has ensured that crucial moments in matches are decided correctly. VAR helps to ensure more accurate and fairer decisions from the officials. Through a combination of cameras, angles, and monitors, the referee can review incidents on the pitch in slow motion and zoom in for a closer look at decisions that may be too close to call in real-time. This allows them to make more informed decisions about handballs, offsides, and other infringements that could decide the outcome of a match. In a friendly game between Japan vs USA, VAR helped to reduce instances of diving and simulation, as players are now more wary of attempting to deceive the officials. This has led to a cleaner and more honest game, which is ultimately more enjoyable for players and fans alike. VAR has also helped in reducing the amount of time wasted due to disputes or protests from players and managers whihc has helped to speed up the game, allowing for more action and fewer delays. However, there have also been some negative effects of VAR on the game. One of the biggest criticisms is that the technology has led to lengthy delays and disruptions in the flow of the game. This is because the review process can take several minutes, and can often result in players, coaches, and fans being left in suspense while the decision is being made. Furthermore, there has also been a significant amount of confusion and misunderstanding surrounding the use of VAR. Many fans and experts have questioned the consistency of the decisions made using the technology, and there have been numerous occasions where the wrong decisions have been made despite the use of VAR. Despite these challenges, the use of VAR in football is here to stay. While there may be some teething issues, the technology has the potential to greatly improve the fairness and integrity of the game. It is up to governing bodies and individual leagues to continue to develop and refine the use of VAR, in order to maximize its benefits and minimize its drawbacks.
Don't Sleep on the Cardinals Offense
A lot of people may not be familiar with the Arizona Cardinals offense outside of Larry Fitzgerald. You must realize however that Bruce Arians is now the head coach, the man who revitalized Reggie Wayne's career and helped create an offense that gave Andrew Luck and his receivers success even with a minimal running game. People will think of the past few seasons where the Cardinals offense tanked but they have patched the holes that were left after their Super Bowl run. They finally have a legit QB throwing the ball to Fitzgerald in Carson Palmer. Fitz is also not the only weapon on offense anymore. Last year's first round choice Michael Floyd is being groomed in OTAs to take on a "larger load" and Tight End Rob Housler has also been generating a lot of hype from Cardinals camp. Their backfield has also gotten an upgrade in Rashard Mendenhall, who prior to injury seemed like the back of the future for the Steelers. The point I'm trying to make is do not undervalue Cardinals members due to the failures of the past few seasons. Larry Fitzgerald is in line for a monster year as he will be playing a similar role to Reggie Wayne from last season. Fitz is still in his prime. Imagine the possibilities that Arians will create for him. He may have the best season of his career and I would not be surprised. Draft him with confidence in all leagues in the beginning of round 2. I believe every other member of the offense will also have fantasy value, but it is hard to say how much exactly. Floyd and slot receiver Andre Roberts could both have big years, but I would say Housler is more in line to have a breakout year. I would also draft Mendenhall as my RB2 in rounds 4 to 5. He has proven he is a goal-line back and could end up as a steal that late.
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ÜBER -Dr. Peter Köppel. Dr. Peter Köppel hat einen Ph.D. in Biochemie und Immunologie. Er wurde ausgebildet in Biochemie, mit mit besonderem Interesse an klinischer Immunologie, am Institut für Virologie an der Universität Zürich. Danach arbeitete er als Forscher Osteoarthritis und Osteoporose in einem einem pharmazeutischen Unternehmen in Basel. Als geschäftsführender Direktor von Chemoforma und Pro-Bio in der Schweiz, hat Dr. Köppel seit über 20 Jahren die Forschung und Produktion von speziellen Nukleotid Inhaltsstoffen für die Tier- und Humanernährung Ernährung. Dies hat dazu geführt, dass er als als einer der weltweit führenden Experten für Experten für Nukleotide für Gesundheit und Leistung. Nukleotide sind kleine Moleküle, die lange Zeit wenig oder gar nicht beachtet wurden. Dr. Koeppel und sein Team haben in 30 Jahren Forschung und Praxis bewiesen, wie sinnvoll und notwendig die Ergänzung der Ernährung mit Nukleotiden ist. https://vegananatura.ch/pages/uber-vegana-natura WAS SIND NUKLEOTIDEN? Die DNA ist der Bauplan des Lebens, und die Nukleotide sind die Bausteine der Doppelhelix. Nukleotide bestehen aus einer stickstoffhaltigen Base (normalerweise Adenin, Thymin, Cytosin, Guanin oder Desoxyribose) und einer bis drei Phosphatgruppen. DIE QUELLE DER NUKLEOTIDEN Nukleotide können vom Körper de novo aus einigen Aminosäuren synthetisiert werden, zum Beispiel aus Glutamin, Aspartat, Glycin und Formiat6 Nukleotide, Nukleoside, Nukleinsäuren, Basen und Desoxyribose können auch aus dem. DNA- und RNA-Abbau oder aus Lebensmitteln gewonnen und recycelt werden6 Es hat den Anschein, dass die Darmschleimhaut, die hämatopoetischen Zellen des Knochenmarks und die lymphatischen Gewebe nur eine begrenzte Kapazität für die De-novo-Synthese haben und wahrscheinlich eher auf Bergungswege angewiesen sind, die Nukleotide aus der Nahrung oder aus dem DNA- und RNA-Abbau liefern3,7 . Wenn also die exogene Versorgung mit Nukleotiden gering ist, können diese Gewebe Schwierigkeiten haben, ihren Nukleotidbedarf zu decken.