Dak Prescott will be ready to go before the Dallas Cowboys hit the field for their 2021 season opener against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on Sept. 9.
Jason Parkhurst-USA TODAY Sports The Cowboys were off today, but coach McCarthy spoke to the press anyway. The Cowboys have one practice in the books, but aren’t practicing today. Instead, we’ll just have to settle for a Mike McCarthy press conference. Here is a rundown of what he had to say. (All answers are paraphrased … Read more
Bucs training camp is here! Rookies and quarterbacks have already reported to the Advent Health Training Center, with the rest of the roster arriving on Saturday. The first practice of Bucs 2021 training camp kicks off on Sunday. So far, we’ve featured a new position group every day leading up to the start of camp: … Read more
In response to growing concerns regarding the recent uptick in large-scale, nation-state-backed ransomware attacks on critical infrastructure, the Biden administration is taking new action to tackle the evolving challenges posed by ransomware attacks.
Show Notes Pandemic News 0:00: With much to talk about in this episode Justin and Helen skip the preamble and dive right into things, beginning with COVID-19, and well, how it’s not going so great in Japan. (This episode was recorded this past Sunday as a heads up!) Olympics are happening, delays are happening, it’s … Read more
On July 21, Tumblr decided, in their infinite wisdom, to launch “Tumblr Post+,” a subscription service that enables creators of all stripes to charge for access to their brilliance. I’m being sarcastic, because, despite my love and constant use of Tumblr, I recognize that much of the discourse is not the best and the brightest. … Read more
It was announced this time last year that Netflix and Gaumont Animation would be teaming up to produce Samurai Rabbit: The Usagi Chronicles, a CGI animated series based on creator Stan Sakai‘s iconic sword-wielding rabbit, Usagi Yojimbo. Today during Stan Sakai and the Usagi Chronicles Comic-Con@Home panel, a first look as well as the voice … Read more
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Today a unanimous panel of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit concluded, on the merits, that that Center for Disease Control and Prevention’s Eviction Moratorium is unlawful in Tiger Lily, LLC v. HUD. This decision is no surprise because the Sixth Circuit had previously concluded that the federal government was unlikely to prevail … Read more
July 22, 2021 By Aden Tate Should nations let their enemies purchase land within their own borders? You’d likely give a resounding ‘no’ to this question, correct? And yet, a former Chinese general with alleged ties to Chinese concentration camps recently bought an airstrip in Texas. And this isn’t just some … Read more
Please enjoy the latest edition of Short Circuit, a weekly feature from the Institute for Justice. Motorists who get traffic tickets in rural Louisiana can talk to the judge, who, it just so happens, is often the mayor. The results are outrageous. Some towns and villages get more than 80% of their revenue from fines and … Read more
On Wednesday, a divided panel of the Fourth Circuit decided Pledger v. Lynch. Judge Harris wrote the majority opinion, which Chief Judge Gregory joined. Judge Quattelbaum concurred in part and dissented in part. In his opening paragraph, he eulogized Professor Howard B. Stravitz, who recently passed away after nearly four decades of service at the … Read more
As co-blogger Jonathan Adler explains, today the US Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit issued its decision in Tiger Lily, LLC v. US Department of Housing and Urban Development, ruling that the nationwide moratorium imposed by the Centers for Disease Control is illegal. As Jonathan notes, the decision is unsurprising because it reaches the … Read more
The transcript for Podcast 467. Realizing Sexuality Through Romance with Tara Scott has been posted! This podcast transcript was handcrafted with meticulous skill by Garlic Knitter. Many thanks. ❤ Click here to subscribe to The Podcast →
As far as the world of (shōnen) anime is concerned, there is a group of anime known as the “Big Four”. Among them, Dragon Ball is considered to be the predecessor, while the remaining three – Bleach, Naruto, and One Piece – are considered to be the “Big Three”, since they all came out roughly … Read more
Published: July 21, 2021 Rating: T Writer: Justina Ireland Artist (Present Day): Ibraim Roberson Artist (Flashback): Luca Pizzari Colourist (Present Day): Edgar Delgado Colourist (Flashback): Giada Marchisio Letterer: VC’s Ariana Maher Cover Artist: Mahmud Asrar & Matthew Wilson The synopsis; JABBA NEVER FORGIVES! JABBA NEVER FORGETS! JABBA THE HUTT is one of the most powerful … Read more
There’s been quite a bit of squawking about placing Genndy Tartakovsky Clone Wars figures on classic Kenner-inspired packaging. Our friends at Blue Milk put together a concept that borrows elements from Kenner’s classic Droids and Ewoks lines. Ultimately, it appears to make more sense for an animated series to get packaging that mimics past animated … Read more
A custom suit, wrist candy, embrace colour, and loafers are all included in this article Read the full blog post at Menswear Style here Article by Menswear Style
With help from Jason Kirk from Kirk & Kirk Eyewear we report on sunglasses and spectacles trends Read the full blog post at Menswear Style here Article by Menswear Style
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We feature golf footwear, golf shirts, golf caps, and golf gloves in this golf styling guide Read the full blog post at Menswear Style here Article by Menswear Style
We de-code the dress code of black tie, white tie, formal, and footwear in this 2021 men’s guide Read the full blog post at Menswear Style here Article by Menswear Style
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We recommend training harder and becoming more educated, and getting a coach Read the full blog post at Menswear Style here Article by Menswear Style
Jabra Elite 85t, Bang & Olufsen Beosound Explore, Volt Metro Bike, and Mahabis Mule Slippers Read the full blog post at Menswear Style here Article by Menswear Style
Live alone, travel in style, go sailing, try skydiving, experience nature, get artistic, and more Read the full blog post at Menswear Style here Article by Menswear Style
Countryside getaway, fancy brunch, lakeside camping, beach holiday, and city break Read the full blog post at Menswear Style here Article by Menswear Style
We discuss the phases of sleep and interesting rapid eye movement facts in this guide Read the full blog post at Menswear Style here Article by Menswear Style
Round lenses, geometric sunglasses, bright colours, transparent frames, wraparound and athletic Read the full blog post at Menswear Style here Article by Menswear Style
We feature Colmar, FILA, Oliver Spencer, L’Estrange, TOMS, Spinnaker, Hit & Run, and Idris Elba Read the full blog post at Menswear Style here Article by Menswear Style
We feature magnesium, liquid gold, vitamin D, and collagen in this blog post on supplements Read the full blog post at Menswear Style here Article by Menswear Style
As reports emerge that Kyle Kuzma and Dennis Schroder feuded during this NBA season, Colin Cowherd suspects big changes are coming for LeBron James and the Los Angeles Lakers, and why he wouldn’t be surprised if Anthony Davis ends up on the chopping block.
As we get closer to the start of the 2021 NFL season and training camps kick-off, players are starting to receive PUP and NFI designations. The Physically-Unable-to-Perform and Non-Football Injury or Illness lists continue to grow as teams reveal which players are currently working through issues before being able to return to the field. What … Read more
With training camp officially underway in Pittsburgh for the 2021 version of the Steelers, I continue to dive deeper into my Ranking the Starters series here at Steelers Depot. While there is plenty of real football to discuss at this point, it’s still fun to put together realistic (in my opinion) rankings regarding the Steelers … Read more
Many in the national media are turning a cold shoulder to the Pittsburgh Steelers’ chances this season. But not all of them. Some, like NFL Network’s Bucky Brooks, believes the Steelers remain strong AFC contenders. He joined NFLN’s Andrew Siciliano to offer his thoughts on the black and gold. “I have to buy the Pittsburgh … Read more
It is believed to be the first parting between coach and team over vaccinations.
When the pandemic first hit, everything that was once an in-person experience was slammed into the two dimensional screens of Zoom. At first, it was exciting: You could have your own snacks, wear whatever you want, and go to bed immediately after chatting with friends. But, soon, the novelty and shine of it all faded … Read more
PewterReport.com is excited to announce its partnership for the Pewter Report Podcast with CELSIUS energy drinks. They provide essential, functional energy for an active lifestyle. The Pewter Report Podcast, energized by CELSIUS, is an audio hour four days a week. It consists of news, analysis and inside scoop on the Tampa Bay Buccaneers delivered with … Read more
Mark J. Rebilas-USA TODAY Sports We embark on the time-honored tradition of dissecting the team’s depth chart, identifying the strongest position groups. In this two-part series, we will be taking a look at the Kansas City Chiefs’ position groups — and ranking them accordingly. When evaluating positional strength, we will take four things into account: … Read more
Photo by Brett Carlsen/Getty Images Not ideal UPDATE: A tidbit from Tyler Forness of Climbing the Pocket sheds a little more light on this move. Great nugget in here from @MichaelDavSmith “The NFL is requiring Tier 1 staff — the people in closest contact with players, such as coaches and equipment managers — to get … Read more
Photo by Jonathan Daniel/Getty Images Can Andrew Thomas continue his late season development? ESPN believe so. ESPN released its list of second-year breakout candidates heading into the 2021 NFL season, and Andrew Thomas of the New York Giants cracks the list at 11. The fourth overall selection in the 2020 NFL Draft had a tumultuous … Read more
There’s not much time for the U.S. women to dwell on their shock defeat to Sweden. If they don’t salvage their Olympics vs. New Zealand, here’s why.
Alex Restrepo, cybersecurity researcher at Veritas, lays out the key concepts that organizations should be paying attention to now and implementing today.
Marvel and Gallery Books, an imprint of Simon & Schuster, have announced a collaboration that will see the publishers releasing a series of non-fiction titles, beginning in 2022 with Super Visible: The Story of the Women of Marvel by Margaret Stohl (The Life of Captain Marvel) and Judith Stephens. According to the press release, Super … Read more
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We’re one step closer to an actual release date: At today’s Comic-Con@Home panel, Wheel of Time showrunner Rafe Judkins revealed the series will debut in November. So mark your whole November calendar, I guess? Just write WHEEL OF TIME over the whole thing. Amazon also released a first poster for the series, showing Moraine (Rosamund Pike) … Read more
In celebration of Comic-Con@Home 2021, Trends International is offering two new posters centered around The Mandalorian Disney+ series – one designed by artist Joe Corroney and the other by artist Russell Walks. Take each link below to place your order on their Shop Trends website! This Star Wars: Mandalorian – Legacy Of The Darksaber By … Read more