Tag Archives: Fall

Mike Tyson takes ugly fall off hoverboard in Instagram video

First it was James “Buster” Douglas, now a hoverboard has knocked out Mike Tyson silly. The former heavyweight champ took an ugly fall while trying to ride the self-balancing scooter, slamming back-first onto the ground with a loud thud in a video posted on his Instagram page Tuesday. Since Tyson likely uploaded the clip himself we’re assuming he’ll be OK ...

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Tacko Fall and Mamadou Ndiaye, both 7-6, whiff on tip off

John Raoux/AP UC Irvine center Mamadou Ndiaye and Central Florida center Tacko Fall swing and miss at the opening tip of Wednesday’s game in Orlando. The bigger they are, the harder they fail. A pair of 7-foot-6 Senegalese sensations, Tacko Fall and Mamadou Ndiaye, whiffed on the opening tip of Wednesday night’s game between Central Florida and U.C. Irvine in ...

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Why This Is The Week to Book Fall Travel

Filed under: Personal Finance, Travel, How to Save Money, Airfare, Vacation Planning Getty Images By Jason Notte NEW YORK — Fall doesn’t start for about another month, but welcome to the start of fall’s bargain travel season. The travel calendar is loaded with great off-peak dates in the early weeks of December, much of January and even early summer, but ...

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Medics drop and fall on soccer player as they try to carry him off on a stretcher

🙂 APOEL Nicosia – AEL Limassol yesterday pic.twitter.com/YdvEv2AqSR — HooligansTV (@HooligansTVi) October 18, 2015 Poor Leonardo Koutris. After the Ergotelis midfielder went down with an injury, the worst thing that could happen is getting hurt even more. Well, that’s exactly what happened. The medics attempted to pick him up, but never looked like they secured Koutris well enough to actually carry ...

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Cheap Airfares? Fall Deals Aren’t for Reasons You’d Expect

Filed under: Energy, Travel, Travel Industry, Airfare, Vacation Planning David McNew/Getty ImagesPassengers departing from some markets are paying less for airfare than they did a year ago. By Eric Reed NEW YORK — Don’t believe the hype. Airfare may be going down, but prices in the skies haven’t caught up with those at the pump by a long shot. It’s ...

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After the Fall: 25 years after Mike Tyson lost to Buster Douglas, why do we still have sympathy for the devil?

I. In the Belly of the Beast “When you’re born into this world, you’re given a ticket to the freak show. If you’re born in America you get a front seat.” —George Carlin After legendary boxing trainer Freddie Roach gave me Mike Tyson’s phone number at his Wild Card gym in Los Angeles in the spring of 2010, he giggled ...

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Jobless Claims Continue to Fall; Wholesale Stockpiles Surge

Filed under: Economic Indicators, GDP, Unemployment, Manufacturing, Investing Spencer Platt/Getty Images By Jason Lange WASHINGTON — The number of Americans filing new claims for unemployment benefits fell last week to nearly its lowest level since before the 2007-09 recession, a sign of growing steam in the U.S. labor market. Initial claims for state unemployment benefits dropped 1,000 to a seasonally ...

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White House Panel’s NSA Limits Fall Short, Critics Say

A review group formed by the Obama administration recommends the National Security Agency end bulk data collection due to its “potential risks to public trust, personal privacy and civil liberty.” A White House advisory report published Wednesday makes 46 recommendations to reform the National Security Agency, including a proposal for the agency to seek phone and Internet records through court ...

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