Day: October 18, 2020

Julian Blackmon rescues Colts defense that still hasn’t proven it’s elite

INDIANAPOLIS — Julian Blackmon knew exactly where Joe Burrow was going to go with the game on the line.

The Colts rookie free safety has been brilliant so far this season, aggressive and opportunistic, with a penchant for coming up big in the clutch.

But this time Blackmon knew where Burrow was going because the Indianapolis defense had struggled so much to defend that particular area of the field for most of a 31-27 comeback

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Make it big in Digital Marketing with this guidebook of skills, courses and growth prospects

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Make it big in Digital Marketing with this guidebook of skills, courses and growth prospects

The digital marketing industry has swiftly grown and from being a supplementary marketing tool it has become a primary tool in no time. Over the last decade, marketing has evolved on a faster pace right from print to digital medium and this evolution doesn’t seem to slow down.

With the growing market demand, the need for professional marketers is also

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Biden campaign targets NFL fans in advertising blitz

Democratic nominee Joe BidenJoe BidenConservatives seize on New York Post story to push Section 230 reform Trump wishes Harris ‘the best’ after aide tests positive for COVID-19 Pennsylvania rejects 372K mail-in ballot applications following primary confusion: report MORE’s campaign is targeting NFL fans in an advertising blitz on Sunday – 16 days out from Election Day.

Biden’s campaign released four new ads to debut during NFL games this week. 

Two of the ads

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In Los Angeles, shipping containers becoming homes for the homeless

“I like it, I liked moving in here,” Jonelle told CNN on a recent September day. “It’s a home for us.”

Two years ago Jonelle, his father John and four siblings received the keys to their four-bedroom container apartment and it seems like a glimmer of hope in the quest to get Los Angeles County’s estimated 66,000 homeless residents off the streets.

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Second stimulus check: Pelosi sets 48 hours for pre-election deal, Senate prepares to vote on scaled-down bill. Here’s the latest.

Without a deal within 48 hours, there won’t be enough time to pass a coronavirus stimulus bill before Election Day, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said Sunday.

Pelosi, D-Calif., said on ABC’s “This Week” that she wanted to make a deal before Nov. 3, but there had to be a deadline so the bill could be drafted and passed in time. The House has passed a $2.2 trillion measure while the White House has offered $1.8

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Tampa Bay’s Godwin, Green Bay’s Adams return from injuries


Tennessee Titans running back Derrick Henry leaves the field after an NFL football game against the Buffalo Bills Tuesday, Oct. 13, 2020, in Nashville, Tenn. Henry scored two touchdowns as the Titans won 42-16.


Tampa Bay’s Chris Godwin and Green Bay’s Davante Adams are back in their respective lineups after missing time because of hamstring injuries.

The Packers are trying to remain undefeated with a win against the Buccaneers on Sunday.


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‘This is Donald Trump’s economy’

A national TV ad airing Sunday from Democrat Joe Biden’s campaign focuses on the Blind Pig, a fabled Ann Arbor concert venue, to criticize President Donald Trump’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic.

The ad comes a day after Trump visited Michigan, touting his belief that the nation’s economy will soon boom again, and 16 days before the Nov. 3 election. Both campaigns have recently concentrated more resources on Michigan, a state that Trump won by

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How Interior Define Got Closer To Its Customers, Increasing Average Order Value By 40%

As 2020 dawned, Rob Royer, the founder of the six-year old digitally-native custom furniture company Interior Define, had set his company for the next phase of growth.

With business tripling year-over-year for the past three years, his scrappy little company was ready to go corporate after opening seven physical Guideshop retail locations with more planned.

Guideshops proved essential to the company’s stunning

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Blessing for Trump: a campaign devoid of foreign policy

With Americans’ focus squarely at home with the ongoing pandemic and economic collapse, foreign policy has been virtually absent from this year’s presidential campaign. Donald TrumpDonald John TrumpLatest Mnuchin-Pelosi call produces ‘encouraging news on testing’ for stimulus package China warns it will detain American nationals following DOJ prosecution of Chinese scholars: report Musician John Fogerty issues cease and desist over Trump use of ‘Fortunate Son’ MORE should be grateful.

To the global question of

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Jerry Falwell, Jr.: Sin and Scandal at Liberty University

On May 27th, the second day of mounting national outrage over the killing of George Floyd by Minneapolis police, the president of America’s largest evangelical university decided it was the perfect time to blast out a tweet featuring the crudest of racial imagery. “I was adamantly opposed to the mandate from @GovernorVA requiring citizens to wear face masks until I decided to design my own,” wrote Jerry Falwell Jr. Below the text was his design:

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Samsung Galaxy S30 complete design leaked, tipped for January 2021 launch

Samsung launched the Galaxy S20 earlier in the year, and now we already have information coming in about its successor, the Galaxy S30. After leaks emerged last week of the phone entering mass-production, a new report has emerged which claims to reveal in full the upcoming device.

The leak comes courtesy of tipster Steve Hemmerstoffer (@OnLeaks) who has revealed the design of the Galaxy S30 on his Voice page. Hemmerstoffer published CAD renders of the

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How To Buy A Used Jeep Wrangler

Look for:

  • Post-2012 JK-generation Jeeps, which have the 285-hp 3.6-liter V-6, a five-speed automatic and a nicer interior.
  • An original 2004-2006 Unlimited (long-wheelbase, but two-door).
  • A 2018 or newer JL with the 270-hp 2.0-liter turbo, if the price is right.


    • The three-speed automatic transmission (final year: 2002).
    • The last of the 202-hp 3.8-liter V-6/old interior JK years. There’s a big difference between a 2010 and a 2012.
    • Anything so new that you may as
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    Big changes coming to Laramie airport | News

    A visit to Laramie Regional Airport now can make you feel a little like Rip Van Winkle. Forced inactivity during this pandemic has meant that we have not been paying much attention to airline travel.

    But in Laramie, that downturn coincided with a perfect opportunity for a major change — airport terminal replacement.

    Overcrowded terminalAnyone who has flown out of Laramie in the past knows that a terminal expansion was sorely needed. That was

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    A night at the movies, with restrictions: Yakima Valley movie theaters prepare to reopen | Local

    On Wednesday, Daniel Fredrickson changed the marquee of Grand Cinemas from “closed” to “reopening soon.”

    After closing in March because of coronavirus stay-at-home orders, the Sunnyside movie theater is preparing to reopen. When moviegoers return, they will see changes, such as plexiglass barriers at the concession stands.

    “We’re working hard to make sure we’re taking all those extra precautions,” said Fredrickson, district manager with Hallett Cinemas, the parent company of Grand Cinemas.

    The theater, like

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    Ritzy Waldorf Astoria auction transforms Taunton’s Silver City Galleria into bargain hunter’s dream – News – The Enterprise, Brockton, MA

    The collection has had tens of thousands of bids online.

    TAUNTON — Right now, the Silver City Galleria is a bizarre and beautiful sight to behold.

    Hosting the approximately 15,000 pieces of furniture and other items from New York City’s famously ritzy Waldorf Astoria hotel while they are up for auction, the mall is a strange tribute to 20th century America.

    Where once was a Champs Sports, elegant furniture from a suite where 16 American

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    New health insurance plans available November 1 through Washington Healthplanfinder

    By Tracy Damon, Marketing Writer

    Sponsored content provided by Washington Health Benefit Exchange

    Fall means the onset of the cold and flu season. Pair that with a pandemic that’s been hanging on for over six months and it’s more important than ever to make sure you have good health coverage.

    But with many of us laid off, furloughed, or in limbo waiting to see what happens to the economy as a result of COVID-19, finding

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    Traders pin hope on festive season sales, focus on cars, home appliances, low-value gold

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    New Delhi: After a dismal year characterised by plunging sales, companies and traders are pinning their hopes on the festive season for a revival in demand.

    Firms have ramped up production levels, traders and dealers are increasing inventory and online platforms are announcing long festive season sales in anticipation of higher consumer spend.

    However, from shift in purchase patterns to missing Chinese goods, this festival season will be unlike the

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    Wall murals are making a comeback, and they’re easier than you think | Food + Living

    When Reenie Chase thinks of murals as home decor, her mind travels back to the chateau in the South of France where she once lived for a year.

    “There was an old, painted mural in the dining room,” she says. “It wrapped all the way around with plaster chipping off the walls. It had scenes from around Provence. Vineyards.”

    Chase — a Kirkwood artist who recently created a colorful, grant-funded mural on a building in

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    How downtime is spent in the PBA bubble

    CLARK, Pampanga – While being on what is virtually a 10-week business trip appears to be a daunting task to here in the PBA Bubble, the amenities at the Quest Hotel have given many of the people here (competitors and staff alike) a multitude of opportunities to “get away from it all” even for just a brief spell.

    This unprecedented undertaking by the league to restart and complete the 2020 Philippine Cup has had teams

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    Covid means Zoom, social media and streaming dominate our lives. The mute button is sanity.

    Where I currently live, the TV goes on before 7 a.m. each day and stays on until 10 p.m. every night. The awkward staccatos of morning news cascade into an endless cacophony of cable —the dour melodies of WWII documentaries, the tinny early-Western gunfights, the crunch and wail of cop dramas audible in every room. This aural overload persists into the evening whether or not someone is watching, as if the TV were a scented

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