Won our Second 2015 Cricket Match !!!

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Hurrah Hurrah Hurrah!!!

#Sparkling_Stars again won against #PUBLIC_IX and this time by 6 wickets. It was a dashing match. But sad to say that we falled under corruption and public uncultured attitute of the opponents. But we know about cricket, we know manner! So we can say ” SHOE ON THEIR FACE .
#Kochi_Bash given to them in double!!!!

Man of the Match this time is #Tariqul_Islam
The whole team performed like #Gracious and #OhMyGod !! Really happy and pleased with our #Nobin_Cricketers!!!

#Alimul_Reza played a thunderful strike and the most valuable partnership was between #Tariqul_Islam and #Junayed_Shafi. Our bowling was really well guarded but mistakenly gifted them much extra runs. Fielding was also superb as usual. Sorry but opening partnership didnt work like the last match but IN OVERALL IT WAS AN AWESOME WIN BY THE #Sparkling_Stars

PUBLIC IX : 143/10 ( 15.2 overs )
SPARKLING STARS…

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5 Reasons You Shouldn’t Ignore WrestleMania’s Bay Area Debut

CBS San Francisco

SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) – There is no middle ground when it comes to professional wrestling. Either you’re all the way in, ready to jump of the top rung wearing your replica title belt or, well, you just don’t get it. Even if you’re part of the latter group, you need to pay attention as wrestling’s biggest event comes to Silicon Valley this Sunday. Here’s why:

1) It’s a first. This may be the 31st incarnation of the spectacle, but it’s the first time the Bay Area has played host, EVER. That may not seem like a big deal, but don’t we like to think we’re as important as New York, Chicago, Boston and Philly? Yes we do. That means hosting big, big events, and they’ve all hosted this one.

2) Big Business. Some 125,000 wrestling fans are expected to take part in the weekend fun. That includes folks from…

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A Little Improv Can Go a Long Way with Dementia

Long Distance Daughter

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Most days, dad sleeps a lot. But today, he’s wide awake. He’s on the phone, yelling at me. He’s so angry, but there’s sadness in his voice, too. “I don’t have any money, I don’t have a car. I don’t even have any shoes,” he tells me. “And I’ve got to go down and see mom and dad.”

Now, my dad is 92 and his parents have been gone for decades. He has money in bank accounts that he doesn’t remember how to access, and he has a car he’s no longer able to drive. These days, his shoes mostly stay in the closet. He wears his slippers when he has the energy to walk down to the dining room to eat with his friends Leo and John, or when he gets the urge to bust out of the skilled nursing wing where he lives. He heads…

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I stand quietly

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Dirty, Naked & Happy

I stand quietly while you do somersaults on the bed as you aren’t being naughty, you are just trying to get your out of sync body under control.

I stand quietly by the toilet door every time you need to go, and come with you around the house, and sometimes even just across the room, because I know you can feel truly frightened when you are not near me.

I stand quietly at the supermarket checkout while everyone stares at you barking like a dog and blowing raspberries on my arms to cope with the buzzing lights.

I stand quietly while you tell the baffled shop owner that you are looking for shoes that feel hard like splintered wood because your skin can’t bear soft things.

I stand quietly when the attendant gives us scornful looks when I ask for the key to the disabled toilet because the hand dryer…

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8 Ill-advised Reasons for Getting Married, 1792

The History of Love

What would you say makes the most solid foundation for a marriage? Trust? Financial security? The sort of profound and death-defying passion that would make Jack & Rose weep with envy? [let’s face it, they are the modern-day Romeo & Juliet, and I’m only moderately ashamed to admit it.]

It was in the latter half of the eighteenth century that the concept of marrying for love began to gain currency in the English popular mindset, and the younger generation expected a bit more say in who their partner might be. Inevitably, centuries of parental tyranny in these matters meant that alliances negotiated in terms of acreage and titles continued to sweep many reluctant couples to the altar.

Here, however, we have a brilliant print suggesting that many people cannot be trusted with such a momentous decision, giving a range of slightly less conventional – but still remarkably unwise – reasons for marriage. Take…

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Why I’m Not “Good People”

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Jenny's Library

I’m not a nice person.

I’m not a good person.

I’m not a kind person.

This isn’t to say that I don’t ever try to be any of these three things.  I do, especially the last two.

It’s more to say that, for me, surviving in this cissexist, racist, ableist, heteronormative, classist, often fucked up world of ours has involved rejecting the idea that “good” and “bad” are static states of being.  I will never be a “good person” because, to me, “good” is not something that you achieve.  It’s an ongoing process that never ends.

It is, in fact, almost impossible not to be doing bad things as well as good when you are human and therefore flawed.  Especially when you are part of a messed up system, as we all are.

This, to me, is why it’s important to call out bad behavior, or hurtful language, or even…

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