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Monday, May 2, 2016

Mark Davis Wants NFL Oakland Raiders In Las Vegas, Top Sex Trafficking Destination ?

Mark Davis Wants NFL Oakland Raiders In Las Vegas, Top Sex Trafficking Destination ? - Video

Mark Davis Wants NFL Oakland Raiders In Las Vegas, Top Sex Trafficking Destination ? Ok. So Oakland Raiders Owner Mark Davis is chomping at the bit to move his NFL team to Las Vegas. I think Mr. Davis should really reconsider his efforts, and for this reason: name the top destinations for sex trafficking around the World? Well, according to GlobalCenturion.org, which has a map of the World's top 14 sex trafficking destinations, Las Vegas is listed as number two behind Super Bowls and sporting events (see: http://ift.tt/1NQXYyd) So, by moving the Oakland Raiders to Las Vegas, Mark Davis is going to wind up unintentionally merging the top two sex trafficking destinations into the World's top one. If Mark Davis gets his Las Vegas NFL Stadium and gets to host a Super Bowl Game, then he hits, if you will excuse the expression, the jackpot. This is not a reward anyone should want, regardless of the dollars. It's tantamount to Davis selling his soul for a buck and I'm pretty sure he doesn't want to be thought of that way. Stay in Oakland, Mark - keep the Raiders in Oakland, California.
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Kate Upton Justin Verlander At Met Gala 2016 And Engaged

Kate Upton Justin Verlander At Met Gala 2016 And Engaged - Video

Met Gala 2016 Congratulations to Kate Upton and Justin Verlander, who appeared at The 2016 Met Gala. There, Upton showed off her engagement ring to the onlookers and press. No word on a wedding date at this time.
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Deadspin Posts Zennie Abraham Laremy Tunsil Bong Video Talk Without Credit, Tosses Insult

Deadspin Posts Zennie Abraham Laremy Tunsil Bong Video Talk Without Credit, Tosses Insult - Video

Deadspin Posts Zennie Abraham Laremy Tunsil Bong Video Interview Without Credit, Tosses Insult After Editing Request This is why people rooted against Gawker Media in its battle versus Hulk Hogan in the sex tape trial: the tendency toward unwarranted nastiness. In this case, Deadspin's Partrick Redford found my video interview with Laremy Tunsil and posted it on its site - cool beans. But he did so without any credit toward me, Zennie Abraham. I sent emails to him and to Gawker Media Founder Nick Denton. Instead of getting a simple note "well, not a problem" from Patrick, I get this: Embedding is embedding, it's not the same as making it look like we made the video. I encourage you to take this up with my editor Tim Burke, who you can holler at at Tim. Ok, so I repeat my request to Mr. Burke, to which he writes "done". But when I checked the blog page, I found this: "YouTube video by Zennie62, who doesn’t understand how the internet works." That was lame, crass, and low-class. Moreover, the same blog post has a credit to ESPN. I guess Deadpsin has an issue giving black vloggers credit, even as it uses their work for its content.
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Palestine And Middle East News Aggregator At Zennie62.com

Palestine And Middle East News Aggregator At Zennie62.com - Video

Palestine And Middle East News Aggregator At Zennie62.com In keeping with the overall objective of bringing you a World news timeline in one place, I, Zennie Abraham, Executive Producer of Zennie62Media, am proud to announce the Zennie62.com news feeds focused on the Middle East. Thanks to the expert curation work of my friend Middle East expert Morgan Bach, the "Middle East" feed consists of hard to find news from Google News but filtered to present Haaretz and Al Jazeera and other sources - all of which automatically updates several times a day, if necessary. The other feed category is specifically focused on Palestine itself and comes from Google News. I am very excited to present these news areas and you can see them via the links below. Thanks! http://ift.tt/1Z4aFXd http://ift.tt/1WDvtps
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Mark Davis Oakland Raiders Owner Doesn't Have $500 Million For Las Vegas Stadium

Mark Davis Oakland Raiders Owner Doesn't Have $500 Million For Las Vegas Stadium - Video

Mark Davis Oakland Raiders Owner Doesn't Have $500 Million For Las Vegas Stadium Last year Oakland Raiders Owner Mark Davis said he has $500 million he can put toward a new stadium at Coliseum City. Well, isn't it interesting that he just happens to have the same $500 million for Las Vegas? What with all of the NFL Draft player spending and all? Folks, Mark Davis does not have $500 million in cash laying around at all. That is the total amount in amortized stadium revenue from club seats and luxury suites he is willing to part with over a period of years - generally about 49 years. That is money that would be used on a lease revenue bond issue. But it's only one third of what he needs in Las Vegas - he wants the rest to come from the government and that is based on tourism estimates that are dangerous to count on. Stay tuned.
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Social Media Can Ruin A Relationship - My Vlogger Example

Social Media Can Ruin A Relationship - My Vlogger Example - Video

Social Media Can Ruin A Relationship - My Vlogger Example Social Media is a great societal mirror that can show life as we have never seen it before. But it can also really ruin a personal relationship. Here is my example primarily for the Vloggerheads community because it's the last bastion of conversational vlogging.
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Social Media Is Divided Into Open Networkers And Digital Cocooners

Social Media Is Divided Into Open Networkers And Digital Cocooners - Video

Social Media Is Divided Into Open Networkers And Digital Cocooners Social Media today is divided into two camps, as I see it: open networkers and digital cocooners. The open networkers are people like myself, who may be Linkedin Open Networkers or something approaching that philosophy. The open networkers, or in Linkedin parlance "LIONS", connect with anyone located anywhere - they aren't concerned with whether they've actually met the person. The open networkers have giant sets of followers and connections not just on Linkedin, but on Twitter and Facebook, and other social media platforms. The advantage of this approach is the obvious ability to spread a message far and as wide as your social media friend, and their friends, allow. This approach emerged during the mid 2000s and is still in use today - except that it has a counter. That opposite are what I call the "Digital Cocooners". The Digital Cocooners only want to connect with a small set of people they claim to know or who are like minded. Their app of choice is less Facebook than it is a messaging app. And when they use Twitter, they tend to have small accounts with follower numbers far lower than the 208 account average - sometimes as small as three or five. They have a narrow interest and seldom, if ever, wander outside of that field. Digital Cocooners are bad for society. With every new platform that encourages private networking and not public sharing, we form a society where we don't listen to each other and develop impatience over the slightest differences in opinion. The only way to stop the continued growth of this society is to create the platform that is both the killer messaging app and the killer social media app all at the same time. Can we do it? We must. Stay tuned.
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