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[ad_1] 2015 was a huge year for the gaming community. It saw the true rise of huge open world experiences that deliver fantastic experiences, while also giving us smaller experiences worth even the most hardcore gamer’s attention. We got some wonderful games this year along with a few stinkers and this article is going to cover all of it. Before we begin I want to let everyone know that I did not play every game that was released this year, so if your favorite game doesn’t get a nod, it’s because I simply didn’t play it. Three huge games I didn’t get to this year were Dying Light, Metal Gear Solid V, and most recently Just Cause 3. I also only own a PS4 and X-Box One, so PC exclusives […]

[ad_1] Please correct me if I am wrong but aren’t Las Vegas Buffets just the best in the world! OK there are a few ones that are a bit how’s your father (an Australian term for so so) but I am yet to go to a buffet that I havn’t enjoyed. This is probably why I have a Vegas Buffet waist line. Here I would like to share with you my top seven favourite buffets in Las Vegas. 1. La Village Buffet as Paris hotel. I have to say that this buffet is total class, great service and the best French cuisine I have ever tasted. They also have a great seafood selection and as far as I know are the only buffet that serves Bananas Foster for dessert! With […]

[ad_1] Measuring success is a very personal concept as everyone has different goals, aspirations and targets. The actual size of the success you are aiming for makes a difference too. I count myself lucky to be able to discuss a variety of different levels of success through this article as I feel that my achievements so far outweigh the disappointments – though I’ve had plenty of those. The Encarta English dictionary quotes success as simply as “Achievement of desired aim” and also “something that turns out as planned or intended”. These are my favourite definitions compared to another “impressive achievement, especially the attainment of fame, wealth or power”! Many people would most likely start off with making a youth sports team, passing exams or Graduation (definitely a big success for […]

[ad_1] “Gentlemen, this is a football.” – Vince Lombardi Dear Friend, I know a little bit about weight training. Unfortunately I haven’t been able to do much since breaking my L-5 vertebra in my lower back last year and rupturing three disks. But I do know how to gain muscle and lose fat. (I would hope so. I’ve been working in the musclehead niche for 15 years!) It’s a weird niche. The truth is, building muscle and strength isn’t all that complicated. You need to lift heavy weights and eat a lot of the right foods. It’s pretty simple. I didn’t say easy… just simple. But you can’t sell a bodybuilding system that says “lift heavy weights regularly and eat a lot of food.” People don’t want to hear that. […]

[ad_1] One of the strangest aspects of online life is this sense of false intelligence we get from it. I guess it's a kind of human need, this need for connection, which one gets JUST ENOUGH OF through tweets or other changes to feel one actually being having a conversation – when most of the time, truth is, it's a fragment at best. For instance: I've just "tweeted" Stephen Fry, after seeing on my Twitter page that he'd just landed in Russia and was waiting to "deplane". Even though I knew it was actually quite rude of me I could not quite stop myself from tweeting back, to take the mickey out of the term … when I know perfectly well 1) that I do not know him AT ALL, […]

[ad_1] NEWS YOU NEED NOW Mark Prior is going to be shutdown for at least three weeks. Cubs placed Prior on the 15-day disabled list, retroactive Aug. 11, with rotator cuff tendinitis. Although Prior’s not feeling any pain, a recent MRI showed that Prior has tendinitis. Any surprise here? Troy Glaus who has been having a great season so far, hurt his knee while swinging at a Brad Radke pitch this weekend. No status has been reported yet on the severity of the injury. Fantasy Owners need to keep on eye on any results on Glaus’s knee. Brian McCann, the rookie catcher for the Atlanta Braves has followed up his terrific July by batting .447 with three homers and 11 RBI in 10 games this month. Alfonso Soriano on Sunday […]

[ad_1] Thoroughbred wagering systems and methods are a dime a dozen and most of them are worth even less. Each month the endlessly fun and entertaining Phillips Racing Newsletter publishes a few of the “good ones” but even these rarely hold up for very long. Oh, don’t get me wrong, they’re enjoyable to play and do remarkably well compared with the results of the average punter left to his own devices, but you aren’t likely to show a profit from them at the end of the year. Maybe there have been one or two exceptions over the years, ones that showed a slight profit, but that’s about all. So imagine my surprise one day, while killing time between races, when I dreamed this one up out of the clear blue […]

[ad_1] Relationship? What relationship? Once football season starts, he sees to forget there is one. If it were another woman, you might try losing fifteen pounds and buying a black teddy. But when he's glued to the TV during football season, he would not notice anyway. Is there ahaps a way to save your relationship from the clutches of the NFL? Or at least to improve it at some point before the Super Bowl? Well, let's explore the options. You can find other things to do while the game is on. Knitting. Shopping. Kung Fu lessons. But it sees that, from August pre-season through February Super Bowl, the game is always on. Which could work, if you're the kind of person who likes a lot of space in your relationship. […]

[ad_1] Most sports fans know that you can’t get everything that you want and need from the NHL or the NFL from over-the air broadcasts. True fans know that your basic cable package, even with ESPN, isn’t going to cut it, either. Real NFL and NHL fans know that, to get the best action of the season, they need to turn to the NFL and the NHL Network. For that matter, true fans know that just having access to the NFL and NHL Network is good, but having them both in High Definition is better by far. In terms of football, the NFL Network is the best place for true football fans to follow the football season, starting with the more than 50 pre season games that are aired every […]

[ad_1] Points on tackling safely and effectively It has been stated many times that a defensive teams win games, and the most fundamental part of a defensive team is performing a great tackle. Tackling can be fun and exhilarating, but done improperly and it can be dangerous. When you tackle your opponent remember three important steps: First, you need to stop the opponent quickly so make sure to place yourself directly in front of the applicant's path. You can do this by placing your foot between your opponent's feet. Also, at this time thrust your arms back to prepare for the next step. Second, troubleshoot your other foot again squarely in front of your opponent and with all the momentum that you have brought to the tackle grab your opponent. […]