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We had a great launch a few months ago and now it’s time to catch some air. Have a good one and see you next week!
Syrian migrants assault and hospitalise Dutch young man. Police does nothing, despite knowing the suspects’ names
“One victim, multiple assailants. The victim was in such a bad state that he had to be admitted to hospital. Up until this day, he is suffering the consequences. And despite the fact that it is now ten weeks ago, that the names [of the suspects] are known, no arrests have yet been made.”
Well, the footage speaks for itself and the Spanish authorities have yet to comment on the arrival at a Cadiz beach in southern Spain. The migrants are thought to be of Moroccan descent.
Yo Mick! Tell Mrs Konstantin it’s time to break out the red panties, because the champ just made you world famous! Good on you lad, and rightly so. The right tune and all of Conor’s best one liners mixed with some Irish love. You guys truly are the greatest sports fans out there. Cheers!
Vasyl Lomachenko is one of those fighters who has yet to catch the attention of the main stream public, but has mesmerised boxing enthusiasts for a few years now. And when you check out his highlights below, it’s not hard to see why.
Check out this amazing work by photographer Jonathan Castellino. The entire album, called “Sanctuary“, on the internet’s dad’s home and family, can be seen here. Enjoy.
Strong stuff: Elon Musk’s space program was scorned by his heroes, but he kept his head high and started winning
What a guy. On a lighter note:
Filmmaker Michael More on Brexit: “Enjoy your miserable life on your island!” Mistakes Corbyn as pro-Brexit
US filmmaker Michael Moore has once again proven himself both a moral and academic authority on continental politics. He is ecstatic about Brexit driving young people into the arms of Labour, while somehow assuming Corbyn is anti-Brexit. Well, some things never change and Michael Moore is still Michael Moore. Good.
Watch: Ukrainian boxing legend Wladimir Klitschko retires at age 41 – Rematch with Joshua won’t happen
Well champ, you deserved it. And what a career to look back on. Winning 64 bouts, 53 by knockout, while only having lost five times since winning Olympic gold 1996. His final match, against the 27-year-old British Anthony Joshua, was one of the most watched boxing matches ever, and Wlad even produced the first knock down in Joshua’s career. We’ll miss you champ, and all the best with your future ventures! At least we still have the highlights!
Yeah, we’re not actually sure what to say, so how about we just don’t say anything and just gaze back. But you know, life can be tough and lonely and if god’s gift to mankind helps you alleviate the pain, knock yourself out man. At least you’d be able to say you have something in common with Naomi Campbell, which might otherwise be pretty hard.
Needless to say, the scientific community is not convinced, but Braco’s bank account has yet to complain.