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    The wrestling industry lost another star today, as NWA’s Jocephus passed away. Jocephus was incredibly popular with the fans at NWA Powerrr, and his gimmick as the Question Mark was solid gold. His best work came alongside Aron Stevens, more popularly remembered as Damien Sandow from WWE. Who was The Question Mark? Standing at 6ft 3 inches and weighing 285 pounds The Question Mark was an imposing presence. The man from Nashville, Tennessee, has faced the likes of Jeff Jarrett, Trevor Murdoch, Colt Cabana and a plethora of veterans from the industry. Jocephus starred in many matches for Resistance Pro Wrestling or RPW. This is not to be confused with RevPro, which is a British wrestling promotion, with Will Ospreay as their champion. At RPW, Jocephus held the RPW Heavyweight Championship just once, but his reigns crossed a year. Along the way he beat the likes of Suge D, more...
    THE Chase brainbox Mark Labbett left show host Bradley Walsh giggling as he faltered at a maths question - despite being a teacher in the subject for the past 20 years. The ITV star, known as The Beast, struggled with a question about composite numbers - these being a number which is a whole number, which can be made by multiplying other whole numbers. 5The Chase star Mark Labbett left fans stunned when he got a maths question wrongCredit: ITV All whole numbers above one are given the title composite or prime and, at the height of Monday's The Chase, show host Bradley Walsh asked: "In maths, what is the first composite number?" The answer options were listed as two, four or six, with both the contestant and Mark opting for the number two. The correct answer was given as four, leaving the Chaser less than impressed. He remarked:...
    THE Chase fans were left stunned this evening as both Bradley Walsh AND a contestant insisted they've not watched The Simpsons. Viewers struggled to believe that the claims were true when a question about the popular cartoon series came up on the ITV show. 5Bradley claimed he's not watched The Simpsons Contract manager Gary, 65, was up against Mark 'The Beast' Labbett when Bradley asked: "Which of these catchphrases from The Simpsons is said during the opening sequence?" The options were "Eat my shorts!", "D'oh!", and "Why you little…!", with Gary answering with the first option - but the answer is "D'oh!". Turning to the host, he said: "I don't watch The Simpsons", to which Bradley replied: "No, me neither." Mark also got the question wrong, opting for "Why You Little…!", but he shared his shock at getting the relatively easy question incorrect as he shook his head and said:...
    THE CHASE fans were left open-mouthed as The Beast nosedived and fumed the team 'did him dirty' in heated final round. It was a rare occurrence for The Beast, aka Mark Labbett, so he was not impressed to lose to a complete team of four contestants. 4The Beast was not impressed to lose the final roundCredit: ITV In Wednesday's edition of the quiz show, Mark's disbelief at getting a question on Alan Shearer wrong was clear to see and it meant the team walked away with a jackpot £25k. He'd already lost to his four opponents - Paddy, Eleanor, Dickie and Hilary - individually, so it was salt added to his wounds. Tensions were high as the team had managed to answer 20 questions correctly in the Final Chase. But as Mark, 55, battled back, he faced several slip ups before host Bradley Walsh asked: "Alan Shearer scored 131 goals...
    BOSTON (CBS) – Over the next two years, both Gov. Charlie Baker and Boston Mayor Marty Walsh are up for re-election. So what does the future hold for the pair of key Massachusetts politicians? WBZ-TV political analyst Jon Keller was joined by State House News reporters Katie Lannan and Matt Murphy to look ahead at the year in Massachusetts politics. Among the topics was what could be ahead for Baker and Walsh. Baker isn’t up for re-election until 2022. But the upcoming year will likely provide clarity on whether or not Baker will seek a third term in office. “That really is the big moving question. Will he go for it?” Lannan said. “Will Lt. Gov.  Karyn Polito step up into the spotlight and be almost a Baker term three, though she would have her own priorities there. It remains to be seen. He hasn’t ruled it out, but we...
    We had breaking news Thursday night: Joe Biden is proud of his son Hunter. After a blackout on the Hunter Biden scandal before the election, it often seems like the media is struggling to offer the appearance of coverage without actually asking questions that could be damaging for the president-elect. That view of many was reinforced in the first interview with Biden about his son since the November election. It was conducted by CBS' Stephen Colbert, host of "The Late Show with Stephen Colbert."  Biden has refused to answer questions on the expanding scandal surrounding his son's China connections so this was a big deal. However, the president-elect's team arranged for the all-important question to be asked by a comedian on a late-night show.   JOE BIDEN CLAIMS ‘FOUL PLAY’ WHILE DEFENDING SON HUNTER BUT SAYS HE’S ‘NOT CONCERNED’ CBS is filled with hugely talented reporters who were left as pedestrians watching this fawning...
    NEW YORK (AP) — Sam Darnold might be back under center for the winless New York Jets. Well, possibly. Maybe. The quarterback has missed the last two games with a shoulder injury, and there was some optimism that he could return to face Miami on Sunday. Darnold is still going through an interval throwing program and his status remains uncertain. “The shoulder feels good throwing,” Darnold said during a conference call Monday. “I’m doing all the things I need to do. Really, at this point, it’s just about getting hit and how it’s going to respond that way.” The 0-10 Jets return to practice Wednesday and they’ll see where Darnold is at at that point. There are some fans and media who think New York should just have the 23-year-old quarterback sit the rest of the season and heal. Darnold wants to play again — and soon — and isn’t...
    Apple has finally introduced its first Macs with processors it designed itself: a 13-inch MacBook Air, a 13-inch MacBook Pro, and a Mac mini. Apple is promising significant performance benefits over Intel processors and, for the laptops, a huge increase in battery life. (To give you an idea of the level of improvement Apple is touting, Apple claims the new MacBook Pro can get up to 20 hours of battery life.) They’ll also be able to natively run iOS apps, meaning Macs will theoretically have a lot more software options right from the jump. But before you turn those exciting promises into a preorder, you should know there’s still a big question mark hanging over the new computers. A render of the Apple M1 embedded in a tiny MacBook motherboard.Image: Apple The reason they can natively run iOS apps is because...
    Elections have a dress code, too. Heres what can get you turned away from the polls KFC now lets customers collect their chicken from contactless lockers at 4 restaurants in Japan Mark Melancon, Walker Buehler face bad questions in NLCS postgame press conferences From a baseball standpoint, the story of the 2020 National League Championship Series is that the Atlanta Braves hold a two-games-to-none lead over the heavily favored Los Angeles Dodgers. © Provided by Awful Announcing Braves pitching has largely handcuffed a Dodgers lineup that scored the most runs in Major League Baseball during the regular season. Additionally, Atlanta’s batters have pummeled a Los Angeles bullpen weakened by the decline of formerly dominant closer Kenley Jansen. ESPN+ Fantasy Tools: Play Like an Expert, Even If You Aren’t SIGN UP NOW Ad ESPN+ Yet from a media standpoint, among the highlights from the NLCS (or lowlights, depending on your...
    Fact check: Viral post misstates amount of Justine Damond family settlement KFC now lets customers collect their chicken from contactless lockers at 4 restaurants in Japan Mark Melancon Calls Reporters Question Terrible and Refuses to Answer The Atlanta Braves secured a 2-0 lead over the Los Angeles Dodgers in the NLCS with an 8-7 win last night. They did not exactly have the easiest time of it, though; Atlanta was up 7-0 in the top of the seventh, then gave up three runs in the bottom of the inning and four more in the bottom of the ninth to let the Dodgers back into the game. Fortunately for the Braves, they avoided the epic collapse and got the final out with one run to spare. © Provided by The Big Lead Mark Melancon | Elsa/Getty Images After the game, Braves relief pitcher Mark Melancon answered questions from reporters...
    Fact check: Viral post misstates amount of Justine Damond family settlement These Are the Most Popular Items at Americas Biggest Chain Restaurants Mark Melancon refuses to answer terrible question about Braves 2-0 lead Mark Melancon’s had himself a near-perfect postseason — just one unearned run in the playoffs and he induced A.J. Pollock into a contest-ending groundout on Tuesday night that clinched Game 2 of the NLCS for the Atlanta Braves over the Los Angeles Dodgers. © Provided by For The Win He’s also made headlines for catching two home runs from his teammate Ozzie Albies in Games 1 and 2, which is all sorts of fun, and now, the attention is on a non-answer he gave to a strange question about the Braves taking a 2-0 lead. A reporter asked him if he could take a positive out of the Braves surviving Game 2 and nearly allowed a...
    Sheriff spoke in defense of accused domestic terrorists FDA Announces Major Recall on 18 Dog Food Brands Mark Melancon did not appreciate this weird question Mark Melancon did not seem to appreciate a weird question he received after his Atlanta Braves won Game 2 of the NLCS over the Los Angeles Dodgers on Tuesday at Globe Life Field in Arlington, Texas. © Tim Heitman-USA TODAY Sports The Braves were leading 8-3 before Josh Tomlin entered to pitch the bottom of the ninth inning. He got two outs but allowed three hits, including a 2-run home run to Max Muncy. The score was 8-6 when the Braves put Melancon in the game to close things out. He allowed a run-scoring triple to Cody Bellinger to make it 8-7, but ultimately got A.J. Pollock to ground out to end the game. © Tim Heitman-USA TODAY Sports In his postgame press conference,...
    Call it the sneezeguard debate—and hope we don't have to call it the second coronavirus-spray debate. This is the one and only debate between Sen. Kamala Harris and Vice President Mike Pence, and it should have been canceled or held remotely because Pence should be in quarantine, according to any reasonable reading of Centers for Disease Control and Prevention guidelines. The debate is moderated by USA Today’s Susan Page, who comes in with a significant conflict of interest. It is scheduled to last 90 minutes after beginning at 9 PM ET. Watch it on pretty much any television network or stream it here, among other places. Follow along here at Daily Kos if you don’t want to subject yourself to watching the whole thing or if you just want to chat. Thursday, Oct 8, 2020 · 2:10:32 AM +00:00 · Mark Sumner Pence once again ignores the question asked,...
    Democrat Mark Kelly refused to answer a question about whether he would vote to kill the Senate filibuster if elected during the Arizona Senate debate on Tuesday night. The debate, the only one of its kind in the closely-watched race, featured Kelly and incumbent Sen. Martha McSally (R-AZ). The filibuster is a procedural rule in the Senate designed to protect the minority party and encourage negotiations. It requires a supermajority of 60 votes for the passage of ordinary legislation. Democrats have begun threatening to end the filibuster if they take control of the Senate, giving them the power to pass anything they like over the objections of the opposition. Lorraine Rivera of Arizona Public Media asked Kelly if he would invoke the filibuster to delay the nomination of Judge Amy Coney Barrett to the Supreme Court. “If you are in the Senate, would you support a filibuster to delay the...
    Kim Kardashian breaks down in tears with David Letterman Considering cutting your home’s list price? Here are the best strategies Kenley Jansen is Dodgers’ biggest question mark going into NLDS, and Dave Roberts agrees Potentially the best of Major League Baseball’s four Division Series matchups begins Tuesday night with the San Diego Padres facing the Los Angeles Dodgers. The series became even more intriguing with the announcement that Mike Clevenger, injured for the Wild Card round, will start for the Padres. © Provided by The Comeback The Dodgers still appear to have a pitching advantage for the series with Walker Buehler tapped to start Game 1, followed by Clayton Kershaw in Game 2, and an armada of relievers including Tony Gonsolin (who will likely start Game 3), Dustin May, Julio Urias, Joe Kelly, Pedro Baez, Blake Treinen, and Brusdar Graterol. Dylan Floro was added to the NLDS roster as...
    ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. (AP) — Faith is something Bills coach Sean McDermott places in Josh Allen. Yet the coach doesn’t dispute talk of the quarterback needing continued development entering his third season for Buffalo to start realizing its true potential. “I think that’s understandable,” McDermott said. “Until you’re able to silence that, it’s going to continue to come up. And I think at the end of the day, Josh wants to prove himself inside the building first. And I think he continues to do that and show his teammates who he is, and what he’s capable of.” In a COVID-19-altered offseason like no other, a familiar question looms in Buffalo, which is scheduled to open by hosting the New York Jets on Sept. 13. On paper, the Bills appear to have all the pieces to contend for their first AFC East title since 1995: continuity, depth, plus the offseason...
    President Trump took aim at Chris Wallace on Sunday, accusing the Fox News Sunday host of espousing a double standard by grilling his allies while going easy on supporters of Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden. A flurry of tweets from the president took issue with Wallace's interview with Biden's longtime colleague and friend Sen. Chris Coons, who was asked Sunday by Wallace about Biden's leadership, the coronavirus pandemic, and the former vice president's stance on China, comparing it to a more combative interview with his chief of staff. "'Next we’ll turn to people of the Biden inner circle', said by Chris Wallace of @FoxNews after unsuccessfully GRILLING Mark Meadows. Then all softball questions to a group of Biden lightweights, including Senator Chris Coons of Delaware," Trump tweeted. "Chris Wallace 'forgot' to ask a very weak and pathetic Schumer puppet, Senator Chrisie Coons, why Biden fought me when I put an...
    White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows fired back at Chris Wallace over a question about the conspiracy theory group QAnon. Meadows joined “Fox News Sunday” to preview the coming Republican National Convention, which is set to begin Monday, and Wallace shifted the conversation to discuss QAnon as the interview came to a close. (RELATED: ‘CNN Chases After Many Shiny Objects’: Pence Clashes With CNN Host John Berman Over QAnon Conspiracy) WATCH: Wallace concluded his Sunday morning exchange with Meadows with one final question about a recent exchange at a press briefing. “The president was asked this week about QAnon, a conspiracy-theory group that the FBI has called a domestic terror threat. He was — the president said he was thankful for the support of people in QAnon,” Wallace said, asking, “You can end this controversy right now. Does the president disavow, does he condemn QAnon?” “Well listen, we don’t...
    New York Giants: Andrew Thomas entering training camp with a big question mark over his head By: Alexander Wilson July 28, 2020 Follow ESM On Social Facebook Twitter Youtube Flipboard Instagram ShareTweet0 SharesThe New York Giants signed all of their draft picks on Monday afternoon, finalizing a major accomplishment ahead of the start of training camp. First-round pick, Andrew Thomas, agreed to a fully guaranteed four-year deal worth $32.345 million. The contract includes a $21.1 million signing bonus. With the Giants adding Thomas, who was a three-year starter with Georgia and played 1075 pass-blocking snaps, according to Anthony Rivardo of Empire Sports Media, they are looking to cement him at one of the tackle spots. Reports have indicated that the Giants are considering him at right tackle to start his NFL career. This isn’t abnormal considering Nate Solder followed the same...
    You ask, we answer. The Post is fielding questions from readers about New York’s biggest pro sports teams and getting our beat writers to answer them in a series of regularly published mailbags. In today’s installment: the Jets. Why do so many sports analysts believe the Jets don’t have what it takes to win the division, or make the playoffs? I think this season without actual training camp and no preseason, it’s a crapshoot for every team in the league. — Steve I disagree with you that it is a crapshoot, Steve. The fundamental structure of the season is not different. Unlike the other sports, the NFL still plans on playing 16 games, its normal number of games. I think the lack of an offseason program and preseason games really hurts a team like the Jets. They have a number of new players, most notably on the...
    You ask, we answer. The Post is fielding questions from readers about New York’s biggest pro sports teams and getting our beat writers to answer them in a series of regularly published mailbags. In today’s installment: the Jets. Why do so many sports analysts believe the Jets don’t have what it takes to win the division, or make the playoffs? I think this season without actual training camp and no preseason, it’s a crapshoot for every team in the league. — Steve I disagree with you that it is a crapshoot, Steve. The fundamental structure of the season is not different. Unlike the other sports, the NFL still plans on playing 16 games, its normal number of games. I think the lack of an offseason program and preseason games really hurts a team like the Jets. They have a number of new players, most notably on the offensive...
    For the second time in a week, Joe Biden’s campaign abruptly ended a local TV interview after claiming the reporter’s time was up. Biden was speaking to ABC 15 in Arizona when an aide, identified as Ari Krupkin on the screen, interrupted the conversation: “What’s with this guy?” an irritated Biden said of Donald Trump. “Steve, that’s our time,” a voice said as Krupkin’s name — presumably from Zoom — appeared on the ABC 15 studio screen. “Okay, alright. I appreciate your time, uh, thanks so much to Mr. Vice President, as well,” anchor Steve Irvin said. Last week, NBC 12, also in Arizona, was abruptly cut off, as well: About six minutes into the appearance, a Biden aide tried unsuccessfully to cut off anchor Mark Curtis. At 10:55, Curtis asked another question, and the Biden aide said Curtis’s time was up. Then Biden’s feed went black. “Mark,...
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    Miami Dolphins quarterback Tua Tagovailoa is all set to step into his rookie season. But he had undergone hip surgery last year. Before that, he suffered a season-ending injury while playing for Alabama junior. Despite such an accident and potential health challenge, which could threaten his first NFL season, the Miami Dolphins wanted Tua on their roster. Perhaps, they are confident about how things will turn up once the season starts. Are Miami Dolphins not too confident about Tua Tagovailoa? Before the NFL facilities shut down in March due to the novel coronavirus pandemic, the Dolphins conducted a test to evaluate Tagovailoa’s fitness and physical form. After the assessment, the team management finally decided to make him their number 5 overall pick during the 2020 draft. At that time, the Dolphins might have thought that getting some practice before the preseason would help the young quarterback. ALSO READ: Tua...
    Did 28-Across in the June 25 puzzle throw you for a loop, as it did with this solver? Could've maybe been MATZOH or CHALLAH, though each is too long to fit. But even after he had the right answer, GELT, it still didn't register. He got the head-desk moment when I pointed out that "bread" means "money" in this clue. It pains me that I rarely get to see footage of these head-desk moments, but I imagine they are epic. Was that kosher? It would have been more polite for me to put a question mark at the end of that clue, making it [Hanukkah bread?]. The question mark is a crossword convention that tips solvers off that wordplay is afoot, so this solver might've been more on his guard and figured it out with that nudge.  How does a crossword writer decide whether to tip their hand with a...
    O say does that star-spangled banner yet wave, o'er the land of the free and the home of the brave? America's national anthem ends with a question mark. That's easy to forget, because all of our best memories of it being performed are so declarative and unambiguous in their pride. Often times, there will be military jets racing across the sky over packed football stadiums to put an exclamation point on the song's soaring final notes. In those moments, the usual taken-for-grantedness of our blessings ebbs long enough and we are certain, if only fleetingly, that we are self-evidently part of something special. That all men are created equal. That they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable rights. That among these are life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. Happiness beyond words when watching an American athlete stand atop the Olympic podium with gold around their neck,...
    Alex Henderson July 1, 2020 3:40PM (UTC) This article originally appeared on AlterNet. Fox News' Sean Hannity has been ridiculed on both the left and the right for his obsequious coverage of Donald Trump's presidency, and Hannity was as obsequious as ever when he interviewed the president during a recent town hall event — a fact that billionaire investor Mark Cuban didn't hesitate to point out during a Tuesday night, June 30 appearance on Hannity's show. Cuban noted how badly Trump performed during the town hall, stressing that even softball questions from Hannity were too challenging for the president. The billionaire asserted, "Sean, you gave Donald Trump the ultimate softball question, and he couldn't answer it." And Hannity's pathetic response was attacking former Vice President Joe Biden — not offering any critical analysis of Trump. : "Joe Biden's lost it," Hannity told Cuban. "He doesn't have a fastball, a curveball, or...
    Mark Cuban returned to Sean Hannity’s show Tuesday night for another heated segment over President Donald Trump and Joe Biden, this time calling out Hannity a bit over the softball question he asked POTUS that Trump whiffed on. They started out with Hannity asking Cuban how he could praise Obamacare in their last back-and-forth, pointing to the infamous “if you like your doctor” promise from Barack Obama. Cuban show back that increases in insurance rates “slowed down” under Obamacare and said “the actual costs for care actually went down.” Hannity jumped in to remark, “Did you go to one of those 13 public schools in Baltimore where not one kid is proficient in math?” They kept going on Obamacare, with Cuban continuing to defend the ACA before directly asking Hannity what the poll numbers currently are about the health care law. Hannity instead put up an “Obamacare’s failures” graphic....
    100 inventions that changed America Mount Rainier: Body of missing man found Mark Cuban: This is the new interview question employers will ask job-hunters after the pandemic Mark Cuban has some advice for the millions of Americans who are out of work amid the coronavirus pandemic: collect unemployment, don't stop applying for jobs and make use of whatever down-time you might have to brush up on the skills that might impress your future employer. © Provided by CNBC Mark Cuban, entrepreneur and owner of the Dallas Mavericks, speaks at the WSJTECH live conference in Laguna Beach, California, October 21, 2019. "The first question every interviewer is going to ask you is: 'What did you learn during the pandemic of 2020? What skills did you add during the pandemic of 2020?'" Cuban said in an interview with Dallas' local CBS affiliate on Sunday. Load Error The billionaire owner of...
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