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The Evening Post: Stuart Scott's ESPY Speech

Last Wednesday, Stuart Scott from ESPN received the 2014 Jimmy V Perseverance Award.  As you know, Stuart has been battling with cancer.  The award is named after late college basketball coach Jim Valvano, who was also battling cancer, and died shortly after giving his great speech at the 1993 ESPY’s.   87 more words

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The Evening Post: John Oliver's Talk About America's Prisons

Last Week Tonight with John Oliver with host John Oliver keeps on talking about some great topics, and last week John talked about the trouble with America’s prisons.   76 more words

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The Evening Post: Could Sports Ever Replace War

Tonight, the YouTube channel PBS Idea Channel asks this question, could we end wars on Planet Earth and settle our differences on a sports field?  Host Mike Rugnetta talks about if sports could substitute true combat, and the results honored as definitive during global discord, I don’t think so!   40 more words

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The Evening Post: How Fish Eat In Slow Motion

Destin and his YouTube channel SmarterEveryDay gives us a lesson in how fish eat food!  Destin was at James Cook University and with Dr. Jamie Seymour.   66 more words

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The Evening Post: Are There Rules For Spoilers

So, you can’t wait for the next episode of your favorite show, and suddenly, someone spoils the next episode, and you become not happy.  I am a person who actually enjoys spoilers, but for the ones who wants to avoid spoilers, stay off social media!   88 more words

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The Evening Post: Like A Girl

Always put out a great video with around 34 million views, and it’s a must watch!  They are kicking off an epic battle to make sure that girls everywhere keep their confidence throughout puberty and beyond, and making a start by showing them that doing it #LikeAGirl is an awesome thing.   75 more words

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The Evening Post: Everyday Football Fouls

From the YouTube channel Fourgrounds Film, comes an interesting take on the World Cup.  What if we did the same things the soccer players did to draw a foul?   77 more words

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