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1980 United States Olympic Team Dave Christian Jersey

While everyone recalls the " Miracle on Ice " from February 22, 1980, many do not recall that the United States' victory over the Soviet Union was not the gold medal winning game. In fact, the tournament format in 1980 did not even have a gold medal final, as the teams were not placed in a single elimination bracket, as is the case with the Olympics and World Championships of today. Back in 1980, the format had the top two teams from both the Blue and Red Divisions of First Round group pl...
Tags: Usa, Sweden, US, Sport, United States, Finland, Union, Christian, Hockey, Johnson, Craig, Soviet Union, Brooks, Mark Johnson, Lake Placid, Neal Broten


Brexit: France says it will not sign up to bad trade deal with UK just to meet Johnson's deadline - live news

Rolling coverage of the day’s political developments as they happenLabour leadership poll opens as Starmer promises jobs to rivalsPriti Patel bullying claims dismissed as ‘absolute nonsense’Starmer’s morning interviews - Summary 11.25am GMT Q: If the threat is low, why is the government buying millions of face masks?The spokesman says the UK government has been sending supplies to China, including 43,000 gloves, 37,000 medical and 2,500 face masks. 11.23am GMT Q: How many Britons are aff...
Tags: Politics, UK, France, China, UK News, Labour party leadership, Labour, Johnson, Keir Starmer, Brexit, Patel, Starmer


Wildcats QB Josh Johnson becomes ‘the guy’ in dominant win vs. DC Defenders

DC Defenders’ Khalid Abdullah (32) is tackled by LA Wildcats’ Roderick Henderson (90) during a game at Dignity Health Sports Park in Carson on Sunday, February 23, 2020. (Photo by Drew A. Kelley, Contributing Photographer) LA Wildcats’ Nelson Spruce (11) completes a pass and runs the ball for a first down against the DC Defenders at Dignity Health Sports Park in Carson on Sunday, February 23, 2020. (Photo by Drew A. Kelley, Contributing Photographer) Sound The gallery will resume in...
Tags: Sports, NFL, Sport, Soccer, Chargers, Indianapolis Colts, Johnson, Jones, Hamilton, Bay Area, Moss, Josh, Colts, Wildcats, McBride, Mike Stevens


Ahead of Monday’s memorial, Magic Johnson calls Kobe Bryant ‘bigger than life’

LOS ANGELES — Ahead of what will surely be another emotional day in a month that has been stacked with them, Magic Johnson was trying his best to deliver his sentiments But Johnson, a Hall of Fame player and former Lakers executive who has always been more efficient in his game than with his words, struggled to summarize it all. He was there at the beginning, when Bryant sparked the front office with a legendary predraft workout. He was there after the end, standing on stage in Chicago with the ...
Tags: Sports, DeMarcus Cousins, Los Angeles, Sport, Chicago, Soccer, Nba, Kobe Bryant, Johnson, Magic Johnson, Staples Center, Detroit Pistons, Hall of Fame, Lakers, Cookie, Celtics


The London Stone.

We've written about it before. I have a thing about it--probably because for now I live a lot of the time in California in an "old" 22-year-old home. Back East, in DC, NYC and Nantucket, and other parts of the U.S. where people do not use "party" as a verb, there's much older stuff, of course, sometimes going back to the 1600s--but nothing like you stumble upon every moment in dear old Albion and Western Europe. Sorry, rock and cave paintings and U.S. mound-builder relics don't cut it for me...
Tags: London, California, Bia, Npr, Dc, Johnson, Cannon Street, Keith Richards, Albion, Western Europe, Nantucket, PAUL, the City, Bailey, Oberlin College, Brutus


San Clemente girls basketball fends off Burroughs to reach CIF-SS Division 2A championship game

Support our high school sports coverage by becoming a digital subscriber. Subscribe now SAN CLEMENTE — The San Clemente girls basketball team survived some scary moments in the second half to beat Burroughs of Burbank 41-29 on Saturday in the semifinals of the CIF-SS Division 2A playoffs at San Clemente High. The Tritons will play in a CIF-SS championship game for the first time since 2007, when they beat Mira Costa for the Division 1A championship. San Clemente (27-3) will play Bishop Amat of...
Tags: Sports, Sport, Soccer, Johnson, High School Sports, Burroughs, Ella, Blaine, San Clemente, Tritons, Mira Costa, High school girls basketball, SAN CLEMENTE The San Clemente, Burroughs of Burbank, San Clemente High The Tritons, Bishop Amat of La Puente


UK PM Johnson's Brexit team seeks to evade Irish Sea checks on goods - Sunday Times

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson's Brexit team has been ordered to come up with plans to "get around" the Northern Ireland protocol in the Brexit withdrawal agreement, the Sunday Times newspaper reported.
Tags: UK, Money, businessNews, Northern Ireland, Boris Johnson, Johnson, Sunday Times, Brexit


TIM JOHNSON GALLERY - Step By Step Brown Trout Watercolor

Last weekend I found Tim Johnson at the Southwest Wildlife Exposition in one of three different Orvis spaces spread out over the event.  As we walked up, he was working on a Timmy Grips and we talked about the many hundred grips that he had done last year for a  limited edition series of Helios fly rods in both freshwater and saltwater models.  There are largely gone though you might find one still at your local shop.Tim had also recently finished a brown trout watercolor and I asked if he'd pas...
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Sequel Bits: Will ‘Hocus Pocus 2’ Bring Back More Familiar Faces?; ‘Knives Out’ Sequel Will Have New Characters; ‘P.S. I Love You’ Is Getting a Sequel

In this edition of Sequel Bits: Thora Birch is down for a Hocus Pocus 2 cameo, if anyone wants to get her on the phone about that. Rian Johnson confirms the Knives Out sequel will bring in a new cast for a new mystery. P.S. I Love You is getting a sequel. Even though Hocus Pocus was not a big hit when it arrived in 1993, it’s since gone on to have a rabid fanbase. And after years of rumors, a Hocus Pocus sequel is finally happening – for Disney+. Original leads Bette Midler, Sarah Jessica...
Tags: Movies, Sequels, Daniel Craig, Hilary Swank, Johnson, Gerard Butler, Rian Johnson, Variety, Holly, Butler, Dani, Gerry, Birch, MartA, Kathy Najimy, Swank


Insiders say Morgan Stanley's $13 billion E-Trade deal could kick off a buying spree for wealth-management fintechs. Here's why banks are ready to 'open up their pocketbooks' and what it means for startup valuations.

Venture and growth-stage investors tell Business Insider Morgan Stanley's planned acquisition of E-Trade for $13 billion is a sign of further dealmaking to coming in 2020 for fintechs in the wealth management space.  The deal shows banks' recent willingness to look externally for ways to evolve or expand their process, even if it's a steep price tag, investors said. Banks also might not be the only acquirers, as insurance or tech companies could be in the market as they look to jump start thei...
Tags: Google, Amazon, US, Trends, Tech, Paypal, Prudential, Johnson, Morgan Stanley, Kleiner Perkins, Visa, Matrix Partners, Trump, Rbc, Bernstein, Lee


1980 United States National Team Mike Eruzione Jersey

On this date in 1980, the United States Olympic Hockey Team, led by legendary coach Herb Brooks and captained by Mike Eruzione, shocked the world with their stunning 4-3 victory over the Soviet Union. Eruzione was born in Winthrop, Massachusetts in 1954 and graduated from Winthrop Senior High School in 1972, where he was captain of the hockey team his senior year. Following high school, Eruzione attended Berwick Academy for a year before joining the hockey program at Boston ...
Tags: Usa, Sweden, Minnesota, Abc, Massachusetts, US, Sport, United States, Finland, Romania, Norway, Christian, Salt Lake City, Hockey, Johnson, Craig


There's a dark side to Boris Johnson's government and even his allies are fed up with it

Since his landslide election win in December, the British Prime Minister has attempted to frame his personal success as the moment Brits could confidently move on from Brexit and into a bright new future. Yet despite Johnson's sunny optimism, a near-constant stream of darker, nastier messages has been seeping out of 10 Downing Street.
Tags: Cnn, Boris Johnson, Johnson, Brexit


MSNBC Contributor’s Misogynistic Smear of Bernie Staffers: ‘Island of Misfit Black Girls’

MSNBC contributor Dr. Jason Johnson (he would like us to not forget that he has a Ph.D., and I’ll do my best not to throughout this piece) said Friday on SiriusXM’s The Karen Hunter Show that the “racist white liberals” who apparently love Bernie Sanders (news to me) are coming after black people who don’t fall into Sanders’ so-called “orthodoxy” (again, that Bernie Sanders’ presidential campaign represents an orthodoxy, in the context of the Democratic Party, I have never heard before). Dr. Joh...
Tags: News, Elizabeth Warren, Johnson, Msnbc, Michael Bloomberg, Turner, Bernie Sanders, Gray, Sanders, Democratic Party, Bernie, CRENSHAW, Barbara Smith, Jason Johnson, Kimberle Crenshaw, Combahee River Collective


New ‘Star Wars’ Movie Coming From ‘Sleight’ Director and ‘Luke Cage’ Writer

According to a new report, Lucasfilm has hired Sleight and Sweetheart director J.D. Dillard and Luke Cage and Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. writer Matt Owens to develop a new Star Wars movie. Here’s what we know so far. The Hollywood Reporter brings word that a new Star Wars movie is in the works from Dillard and Owens. THR says it’s still unclear if Dillard will direct should the project move forward. It’s also currently undecided whether this movie will be released theatrically, or made specifica...
Tags: Star-Wars, Movies, Sci-fi, Disney, Netflix, Walt Disney Company, Iger, Johnson, Lucasfilm, Marvel Studios, Rian Johnson, Luke Cage, Kiersey Clemons, Owens, Hollywood Reporter, Weiss


Ilhan Omar’s Challenger Is Literally on the Run From the Law

It’s not unheard-of for members of Congress to resign their seats because of serious legal trouble. Now Republican House candidate Danielle Stella is trying to achieve the inverse: getting elected to Congress while being wanted by the law. Stella, one of the five Republicans competing for the right to take on Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-MN) in November, has been wanted for months on an arrest warrant for felony shoplifting. Even while facing arrest, though, she’s managed to achieve a respectable fundrais...
Tags: Facebook, News, Instagram, Minneapolis, Congress, House, Guardian, Republican, Johnson, Stella, Trump, Omar, Hennepin County, Osceola, Ilhan Omar, Osceola Wisconsin


UC Davis Veterinarian Returns From Australia After Treating Burned Wildlife

DAVIS (CBS13) — The fires in Australia are out and after spring rains, the grasses and vegetation are returning. So are the animals, thanks to the work of some dedicated veterinarians, including a couple from UC Davis. A veterinarian who pioneered wound treatment for animals using tilapia skin put her skills to work treating over a hundred burned animals. UCD veterinarian Jamie Peyton, who is the Chief of integrative medicine, knew she wanted to help. She was one of the thousands who came from a...
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The Enduring Mystery of Malcolm X’s Assassination

Friday marks 55 years since Malcolm X, one of the 20th century’s most important black figures, was assassinated at age 39 while speaking at the Audubon Ballroom in Harlem, New York, on Feb. 21, 1965. In the more than half a century since, what happened that day has remained the subject of debate. Three members of the Nation of Islam (NOI) — Talmadge Hayer or Thomas Hagan (a.k.a Mujahid Abdul Halim), Norman Butler (a.k.a Muhammad Abdul Aziz) and Thomas Johnson (a.k.a Khalil Islam) — were con...
Tags: New York, News, Senate, New York City, Uncategorized, America, Los Angeles, History, Fbi, Netflix, United States, New York Times, Queens, Islam, Manhattan, John F Kennedy


‘Knives Out 2’: Don’t Expect to Learn About Benoit Blanc’s Backstory

If you were mesmerized by Daniel Craig‘s Southern detective Benoit Blanc in Knives Out and thought to yourself, “I really hope a possible sequel sheds more light on where that character came from,” I have some bad news. Writer/director Rian Johnson, who is hard at work on a follow-up that will reunite him with Craig, says he’s not interested in exploring Benoit Blanc’s backstory in future movies. Benoit Blanc’s Backstory Will Seemingly Remain a Mystery Aside from an offhanded mention that h...
Tags: Movies, Sequels, Vulture, Daniel Craig, Johnson, Agatha Christie, Rian Johnson, Craig, Don, Blanc, Christopher Plummer, Lionsgate Films, Mystery/Suspense, Poirot, Knives Out, Benoit Blanc


Jennifer Lawrence is the latest superstar actor to make a Netflix movie, after a string of box-office flops

Jennifer Lawrence is set to star in "Vice" director Adam McKay's Netflix comedy movie, "Don't Look Up." Lawrence is the latest superstar actor to turn to Netflix, following the likes of Will Smith, Adam Sandler, and Ryan Reynolds. Lawrence has made a string of box-office flops recently, including "Dark Phoenix" last year.  Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Netflix has reeled in yet another high-profile actor. Jennifer Lawrence is set to star in "Vice" director Adam McKay's u...
Tags: Hollywood, Jennifer Lawrence, Trends, Netflix, Ken Burns, Johnson, Smith, Adam Sandler, Forbes, Adam Mckay, Phoenix, Don, Lawrence, Sandler, Dwayne The Rock Johnson, Netflix Reynolds


Austin Rocks: The LBJ Library and Museum

(Part of the Austin Rocks series of posts by a local about things to do and see in Austin, Texas) President Johnson said that he wanted his Lyndon Baines Johnson Library and Museum to show his Presidency and times “with the bark off,” and it does a pretty good job of that. My reaction to visiting the LBJ Library was similar to the one I had while exploring the Truman Library in...Read the whole entry... »          Related Stories Austin Rocks: Callahan’s General StoreAustin Rocks: Dazed and ...
Tags: Travel, Texas, History, Austin, Johnson, Presidential Libraries, Us Travel, City Or Urban Travel, Sheila Projects, Austin Texas, Callahan, Austin TX, LBJ Library, Truman Library, LBJ Presidential Library, Austin Rocks series


Microsoft execs explain why they don't require a college degree for entry-level positions (MSFT)

Jobs at Microsoft are highly sought-after, but many entry-level positions don't require a college degree. The company avoids ruling out applicants based on prior credentials, focusing instead on soft skills and a willingness to learn. According to executives, this approach helps bolster diversity at Microsoft. Microsoft is one of several major tech companies to widen its hiring practices in an effort to recruit from a more diverse talent base. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories...
Tags: Apple, Google, Spotify, Microsoft, Trends, Johnson, Oprah, Instagram Facebook, CVP, Watch Google, Microsoft Microsoft, Ann Johnson, Ram Shankar Siva Kumar


Lots of notable clemency news and notes and commentaries after Prez Trump's flourish of mercy

Unsurprisingly, a number of reporters and commentators have lots to report and comment upon in the wake of Trump's latest clemency work (basics noted here and here and here).  Here are just a few pieces that seem like must reads in full (with a taste to whet appetites): From the Washintong Post, "White House assembles team of advisers to guide clemency process as Trump considers more pardons": The White House is moving to take more direct control over pardons and commutations, with President Tr...
Tags: Utah, Law, White House, New York Times, Johnson, Justice Department, Trump, Van Jones, Kushner, Douglas A Berman, Michael Milken, Prez Trump, Jared Kushner, Jared Kushner Trump, Brett Tolman, Zak Cheney Rice


The 11 Criminals Granted Clemency by Trump Had One Thing in Common: Connections

The process bypassed the formal procedures used by past presidents and was driven instead by friendship, fame, personal empathy and a shared sense of persecution.
Tags: News, Johnson, Jared, Trump, DeBartolo, Kushner, Blagojevich, Donald J, Kerik, Michael R, Amnesties, Commutations and Pardons, Milken, Rod R, Alice Marie, Bernard B


A24’s ‘The Stars At Noon’ Will Reunite ‘High Life’ Team Claire Denis and Robert Pattinson

Claire Denis and Robert Pattinson, the duo that brought us the Fuck Box in A24’s High Life, are getting the band back together. Denis will direct Pattinson in The Stars at Noon – and A24 just picked up the North American rights. The movie is based on the Denis Johnson novel of the same name, and follows an English businessman and an American journalist who fall for each other against the backdrop of the Nicaraguan Revolution. Once Upon a Time in Hollywood‘s Margaret Qualley is set to star along...
Tags: A24, Adaptation, Casting, Claire Denis, Margaret Qualley, Robert-Pattinson, The Stars at Noon


Assange Claims Rohrabacher Offered Him A Doozy Of A Pardon Quid Pro Quo

It’s one of the few areas where the President has nearly unchecked power. President Trump issued a raft of pardons this week, but news out of London on Wednesday raises questions about whether the tool has been a bargaining chip since the early months of Trump’s presidency. The question comes in the case of Wikileaks founder Julian Assange, currently fighting extradition to the U.S. from London. In a court hearing on Wednesday, a lawyer for Assange reportedly told a British judge a bizarre st...
Tags: London, News, Sweden, Washington Post, White House, Russia, Dnc, Ukraine, Moscow, Julian Assange, Johnson, Wikileaks, Chuck Johnson, Wall Street Journal, Journal, John Kelly


Sony Pictures Television Developing Doc Savage Series

Sony Pictures Television developing Doc Savage series Though the original plan for a Doc Savage adaptation originally was set to see Dwayne Johnson (Hobbs & Shaw) star in the titular role and Shane Black (The Nice Guys) helm the project, plans stalled for four years and now Sony Pictures Television has begun development on a small-screen iteration of the pulp magazine hero, according to Deadline. RELATED: Crossfire Film Adaptation in the Works at Sony Pictures Sony’s small screen branch is...
Tags: TV, Movies, Sony, TV News, Warner Bros, Sony Pictures, Johnson, Smith, Sony Pictures Television, Savage, Moritz, Ron Ely, Sony Pictures Sony, Ori Marmur, Shane Black, Doc Savage


U.K. Government Announces New ‘Points-Based’ Immigration System, Mandating Foreign Workers Prove They ‘Can Speak English’

Boris Johnson’s government unveiled plans to end what it called the U.K.’s dependence on “cheap low-skilled labor” and deliver on its pledge to halt freedom of movement from the European Union after Brexit. Under a points-based immigration system to come into effect on Jan. 1, 2021, workers must prove they can speak English, have a verified job offer and meet a points threshold based on their specific skills, qualifications and prospective salaries, according to a government policy paper pu...
Tags: News, Immigration, Uncategorized, Eu, Bloomberg, European Union, United Kingdom, Home Office, Boris Johnson, Parliament, LBC, Johnson, Conservative Party, Times, Labour Party, Brexit


"If your conversation during a presidential election is about some guy wearing a dress and whether he, she or it can go to the locker room with their daughter, that’s not a winning formula for most people."

Said Mike Bloomberg, just last year:Via "‘Some guy wearing a dress’: Bloomberg reference to transgender people in 2019 video prompts outcry" (WaPo).The "he, she, or it" is especially bad. But if you like the kind of blunt speech we've been getting from Trump, you might welcome a Democratic candidate who does the same thing.But it's inconsistent with Mike's presentation of himself as the one who speaks in a "presidential" style, as he does in this ad, which put at #1. Here's the ad — sorry I ca...
Tags: Mississippi, Supreme Court, Law, Senate, Advertising, Bloomberg, Transgender, Capitol Hill, Jfk, Johnson, Msnbc, Trump, Robert, Racists, Parker, Mike


‘Knives Out’ Honest Trailer: Rian Johnson Combines A-Listers, A-Holes and A-gatha Christie

Since Star Wars: The Last Jedi got a bunch of manbabies riled up about minority characters, female empowerment, and whiny entitled douchebros, writer/director Rian Johnson decided to take it one step further with Knives Out. The whodunit in the vein of Agatha Christie isn’t quite as much of a mystery as it would seem, mostly since we find out who the killer is roughly halfway through the movie. But of course, the plot at the center of Knives Out is a donut hole within a donut hole, so there’s s...
Tags: Comedy, Movies, Wes Anderson, Johnson, Lol, Agatha Christie, Rian Johnson, Christie, Skywalker, Lionsgate Films, Video Of The Day, Mystery/Suspense, Knives Out, Benoit Blanc Daniel Craig


Let’s pick a Left-Handed All-Time Greats XI

Wasim Akram (via YouTube) Here’s a fact for you: most left-handed batsmen are right-handed. Okay, we haven’t actually delved into the data to uncover that, so that may not technically be a fact. We’re pretty sure it’s true though. Batting is a thing you do with both hands. Just because cricket calls one stance ‘left-handed’ and the opposite one ‘right-handed’ doesn’t mean much at all really. No left-hand batsman has scored more Test runs than Alastair Cook. However, if you’...
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