But there was a minor one as well. With most schools filling their quota of about 25 incoming players in December, it took away much of today drama and importance. After years and years of building the hype machine and burnishing the reputation of the outmoded fax machine somehow the NCAA made today anticlimactic..
Back in 2002, Marc Colombo, who played his high school ball at Bridgewater Raynham and then in college with BC, was drafted 29th overall by the Chicago Bears. Since then, a player either born in Massachusetts or who played in the Bay State in high school has not been picked in the first round. However, there is real hope that this drought ends on April 26, when this year draft kicks off.
A two vehicle crash Wednesday morning in Jefferson Davis Parish sent two people to the hospital, one in critical condition. Joseph Martin of Oberlin turned into the path of a 1996 Chevrolet truck driven by 20 year old Mark Arceneaux of Elton. Martin, who was not wearing his seat belt, received minor injuries in the crash and was transported to Jennings American Legion Hospital.
The NRA has become everyone’s favorite bogeyman in any discussions on the Second Amendment. The NRA is simply a lobby group with an estimated membership of 4.5 million. Do they have influence in Congress ? Of course all lobby groups do it’s why they exist.
Google it. And, they get we the taxpayers to build their stadiums!!! Yes. That’s right. The United States Attorney’s Office Eastern District of Virginia released that Wallace Grove Godwin, 69, made the threat to Congressman Scott Taylor during a marijuana policy discussion. During the discussion, The USAO says that Godwin stated, “Scott is having an event this Saturday. The United States Attorney’s Office Eastern District of Virginia released that Wallace Grove Godwin, 69, made the threat to Congressman Scott Taylor during a marijuana policy discussion.
On Wednesday, a train carrying Republican members of Congress to a retreat in West Virginia hit a garbage truck in rural Virginia. The crash killed one person in the truck and left others wounded. Election. When you’re cast to play a public figure as widely videotaped, personified, and parodied as Richard Nixon, it’s a challenge to forge your own path. The precedents are voluminous: Anthony Hopkins’ pudgy faced, occasionally British version from Oliver Stone’s Nixon; Frank Langella’s stentorian, deep throated take in Frost/Nixon’s Broadway and cinematic incarnations; the real life perspirer from those black and white debates with JFK; and the wattled paranoiac of his waning political career. Jellison, in his fresh, charismatic perspective in Maltz Jupiter Theatre’s version of Frost/Nixon, traversed a 40 year history of mimicry and caricature and emerged with something that looked and felt as authentic as the Nixon Tapes sounded.