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AFTER WITNESSING TWO BEAT DOWNS THIS WEEKEND,
I WOKE UP THIS MONDAY WITH ONE QUESTION LINGERING IN MY HEAD
WHO PUT UP A BETTER FIGHT????
MOSLEY OR THE LAKERS.
I WOULD HAVE TO SAY MOSLEY PUT UP A BETTER FIGHT, BEING THAT HE IS 39 YEARS OLD
AND IS NOT THE DEFENDING CHAMP, THATS JUST MY OPINION.
WHAT DO YOU THINK????????
THIS WILL BE A GOOD TEST FOR A YOUNG BULLS TEAM
WITH LITTLE PLAYOFF EXPERIENCE.
DESPITE THAT, THE BULLS WIN IN GAME 6
THE BOSTON CELTICS HAVE COME OUT FLAT IN
THE FIRST TWO GAMES, THEIR EXPERIENCE WILL KEEP THEM
AROUND FOR A LITTLE LONGER, THAT AND THE REFS IN BOSTON.
WITH ALL THAT SAID, I BELIEVE MIAMI WILL WRAP IT UP IN 6 GAMES
LAKERS HAVE GIVEN DALLAS SOME CONFIDENCE IN GAME 1
I STILL EXPECT THE LAKERS TO WRAP THIS SERIES UP IN 6 GAMES AS WELL
TO ME THE BEST SERIES OF THE SECOND ROUND
OKC IS GOING TO BE TESTED PHYSICALLY, BUT I THINK THEY WILL PASS THE TEST
MEMPHIS IS A SCARY TEAM, BUT I BELIEVE THE THUNDER WILL TAKE IT IN 7 GAMES
THESE ARE MY PREDICTIONS, YUP
YOU HEARD IT HERE FIRST
HOLLA AT ME IN ROUND 3!!!!!!!!
COMMENT YOUR PREDICTIONS
LET’S START IN THE EASTERN CONFERENCE
BREAK OUT THE BROOMS FOR THIS SERIES
I’M TAKING THE BULLS IN 4
IM TAKING THE HEAT IN 5
THIS IS NOT GONNA BE AN EASY SERIES FOR THEM
BUT IM TAKING THE CELTICS IN 6 GAMES
THIS IS ANOTHER ONE THAT IS UP IN THE AIR,
BUT IM GOING WITH THE MAGIC IN 6 GAMES
NOW FOR THE WESTERN CONFERENCE
IM TAKING THE SPURS IN 5 GAMES
LAKERS WITHOUT BUYNUM PULL IT OFF IN 5 GAMES
THIS IS MY UPSET SERIES, IM TAKING THE
TRAILBLAZERS IN 6 GAMES. YUP I SAID IT
THIS IS PROBABLY GOING TO BE THE BEST
1ST ROUND SERIES, IF YOU CAN’T TELL FROM MY PICTURE
IM RUNNING WITH THE THUNDER.
THEY WIN IT IN 7 GAMES, THAT’S RIGHT 7.
THAT WILL DO IT FOR THE IST ROUND,
REMEMBER YOU HEARD IT HERE IST.
HOLLA AT YOU NEXT ROUND……….
The same officer who shot and killed 20-year-old Pace University football player Danroy T. Henry in October, was just named “Officer of the Year” in Westchester County! *brows raised*
Officer Aaron Hess smiled proudly as he received his award last Friday, while Henry family shook their heads in disgust.
It speaks to the arrogance that we have experienced since Oct. 17, 2010,” the player’s mother, Angella Henry, of Easton, Mass., told reporters, referring to the day her son died in a hail of gunfire.
“It just shows their inhumanity and their arrogance.”
Hess and another Pleasantville officer fired at Henry’s car after they claimed he ignored their orders to stop and tried to run them down in the parking lot of a Thornwood bar.
The Pleasantville Police Benevolent Association, comprised of about 20 members, chose Hess for the honor primarily for how he has handled the shooting and its aftermath.
Hess suffered a knee injury in the incident and has yet to return to work. A grand jury declined to indict him and the other officer in February
This was a slap in the face to that poor family….. they’re still grieving the loss of their son and have to find out this news!!??
HOW CAN YOU SHOOT AND KILL A COLLEGE STUDENT,
AND STILL BE NAMED OFFICER OF THE YEAR???
WELL YOU KNOW HOW I FEEL
FUCK THE POLICE!!!!!!!!!!!!
BLACKBERRY PLAYBOOK VS. THE IPAD 2
This review has been a lot like trying to hit a moving target thanks to a series of software updates that have been dropping every few days. The PlayBook of today is considerably better than the PlayBook of yesterday, which also was a big step forward from the one we were reviewing two days before that. This is both encouraging and worrying — encouraging that RIM is actively working to improve things, but worrying that things as critical as memory management are still being tweaked at the eleventh hour.
This means we’re not entirely sure what the PlayBook that goes on sale next week will look like. We thought we had “final” software on Sunday — and then we got another update. So, what we see at the moment is a framework with solid fundamentals but a framework that is, right now, unfinished. We have hardware that looks and feels great but isn’t being fully served by the software. And, ultimately, we have a tablet that’s trying really hard to please the enterprise set but, in doing so, seems to be alienating casual users who might just want a really great seven-inch tablet. Oh, and don’t forget that bummer of a power button.
Right now, the BlackBerry PlayBook is a tablet that will come close to satisfying those users who gravitate toward the first word in its name: BlackBerry. Those who were more excited about the “play” part would be well advised to look elsewhere, at least until Android compatibility joins the party. Then, well, anything could happen.
STARTING AT $499
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