Posts tagged "sports"

ESPN: 3 strong reasons to call Exavier Pope

ESPN: 3 strong reasons to call Exavier Pope
As you may know, ESPN chose to not renew Keith Olbermann’s contact for a second time.  This may not be a surprise to many. According to the article’s author, “ESPN appears to be moving away from high-priced talent who can be inflammatory, as this decision follows the much-talked-about move by the network to not renew... Read more »

Sochi Olympics: Let the Real Competition Begin

Sochi Olympics: Let the Real Competition Begin
As I begin my article, I would like to welcome my new readers who are following me from all across the world as I cover the Winter Olympic Games in Sochi. I see that I have quite a few reader from as near as my Canadian neighbors and as far as Australia and Brazil. It... Read more »

(Body) Image is Everything

(Body) Image is Everything
What do Lady Gaga, Princess Diana, Katie Couric, Jennifer Hudson, Jennifer Lopez, Jessica Simpson, and Katy Perry have in common? They have all either dealt with body image issues or being scrutinized by the media for their body image. It is a very public battle for them especially because they are constantly in the spotlight.... Read more »
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London or BUST: 2012 Olympics Introspective – Day 15

London or BUST: 2012 Olympics Introspective – Day 15
In today’s post, I am going to combine the results of yesterday and today into a remarkable piece. Today Team USA brought a total of 4 medals compared to the 10 that we brought home yesterday. Overall, yesterday had some very impressive moments as well as today. Yesterday’s Results Haley Anderson brought home the Silver... Read more »

London or BUST: 2012 Olympics Introspective – Day 12

London or BUST: 2012 Olympics Introspective – Day 12
I am going to change it up in today’s post. The main theme of the day will be controversy and tragedy. There were quite a few moments of both today. Here’s a summary of them: Cheating and Cheaters don’t always get caught In an article posted on Yahoo, South African Cameron van der Burgh admitted... Read more »

London or BUST: 2012 Olympics Introspective - Day 2

London or BUST: 2012 Olympics Introspective - Day 2
After the fanfare of the Opening Ceremony, today was the first full day of the Olympics. The entire day of competition did not go without any controversy.Unfortunately, I could not watch EVERYTHING that was on today and only providing a synopsis of what I saw. Swimming Unfortunately, Michael Phelps did not get his first medal... Read more »
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