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“Mistakes are your best assets. They hone your skills and develop your creativity. Don’t be afraid to make them, the more the merrier.” From Barry Kibrick Eric Metaxas the right-wing author and radio talk show host, once said when he was talking about one of his books and I’m paraphrasing: “We’re all a bunch a screw […]
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- I'm not sure a lot of NFL history fans are aware of this, but the Colts Mike Curtis, who is one of the best linebackers ever, started off as a fullback. I think it's safe to say that Don Shula was smart to switch Curtis to LB.The Bears were 9-5 in 1965, with rookies Dick Butkus and Gayle Sayers and had a very good team. The Colts were 10-3 and this close to getting to the NFL Championship, before losing out to the Green Bay Packers. So this was an excellent matchup.Historically at least, the Redskins-Cowboys rivalry, has been the best rivalry in the #NFCEast, at least. Especially in the 1970s and 80s when you look at all the regular season, playoff games, championships, all the great games they had against each other, how the fans and players feel about each other. For two decades there wasn't a better rivalry in the #NFL, then what the #Redskins and #Cowboys had with each other.When I was a kid, I always looked forward to those two #RedskinsEagles games every year, because those games were always wars in the 1980s and 90s, because the teams and fans hated each other so much and the teams were always big, strong, and physical. One of the most under-appreciated rivalries in the #NFL.
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Source:Anorak– English Muffin Diana Dors, on The Michael Parkinshow in 1971. Source:The New Democrat “Diana Dors, Kenneth Williams and Desmond Wilcox on Parkinson show 1971” From Anorak From every interview I’ve seen of Diana Dors at least from the 1970s, she … Continue reading