People who can’t handle NFL protests are canceling their DirecTV sports package

September 30, 2017

Taking a knee during the national anthem is unnerving some DirecTV customers . Image: Patrick Smith/ Getty Images ) Ignorance is bliss, specially when it is necessary to free speech at football match. That’s what Trump supporters and other football devotees who can’t handle athletics activism seem to think. For the football devotees who claim they are bothered meeting players standing up( or rather, kneeling) for the right to complain,…

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‘Star Wars: The Last Jedi’ Trailer Will Air During Monday Night Football, So Yay Sports

September 28, 2017

Listen? Did you hear that? No, it wasn’t Porgs scurrying by. It was a sound like a voice tweeting out a big fragment of news … and then suddenly stillness with omission. Blessedly though, the internet is eternally, and even a production aide quick off the mark to tell lead performer Mark Hamill he wasn’t supposed to give the trailer release date away was too late. The news looks to…

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How Mossack Fonseca helped hide millions from Britains biggest gold bullion robbery

July 9, 2017

Law conglomerates co-founder Jrgen Mossack admonished company links between abominable 1983 Brinks-Mat heist Laundered cash from Britains largest amber bullion theft was obscured with the help of an brazen-faced scheme incubated with advice from Mossack Fonsecas co-founder. More than 30 times after the notorious attack on the Brinks-Mat depot near Heathrow, new information shows how the pirates central money launderer is seeking to clasping on to some of the proceeds…

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Trump Angst Sets Gold Price on Windy Road Toward $1,400 an Ounce

July 9, 2017

Donald Trump has lighted a burn under the gold market. Bullion is being whipsawed as a stiffen U.S. presidential scoot spurrings haven ask. Premiums rose as much as 0.8 percent Thursday, near a four-week high, before giving up the incomes and more. If Donald Trump is elected next week, we fantasize gold can go anywhere shy of $1,400, Wayne Gordon, executive director for stocks and foreign exchange at UBS Group…

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Colombia works to salvage Spanish treasure ship loaded with estimated $1 billion in gold, jewels

July 8, 2017

Colombia is making progress in salvaging the San Jose, a centuries-old Spanish ship believed to be carrying$ 1 billion worth of golden, silver-tongued and gems, the country’s chairwoman pronounced Wednesday. The ship, which sank in 1708, was may be in 2015 by the Colombian fleet and the two countries archaeology association near the port of Cartegena. The San Jose’s show demo it was carrying ornaments and silvers worth an estimated$…

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