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Travis d'Arnaud enters critical year with Mets

By Steven Inman

After a horrendous start to his 2014 rookie season, Travis d’Arnaud was sent down to Triple-A Las Vegas in early June. The backstop raked down in the minors and was called up just a few short weeks later. 437 more words


All about the Apple

If you was to say Apple to someone 30 years ago they would think you were talking about fruit. Nowadays,  Apple  has a whole new meaning: iPhones, iPads, iMacs and iPods just to name a few of the products on offer in over 453 stores in 16 countries. 293 more words


The North West And The Namadi Debacle

The North West is probably the most important voting bloc in the March/April 2015 election; it’s not only the home base of Major General Muhammadu Buhari, the presidential candidate of the All Progressives Congress (APC), but also that of the sitting Vice President, Muhammed Namadi(na) Sambo. 918 more words

The Ever Growing Siberian Potential

By Pierre-Olivier Bussières

Last time I went to Saint-Petersburg, a Russian friend of mine told me Russia couldn’t stop laughing about the Western Sanctions. When I tried to point out the galloping inflation and hard currency shortage, she stopped me and said : Pierre, you don’t understand! 746 more words


What if!

Do people talk more than they act? Do people talk what they act? Do they even act what they talk?
What would you change or do, if you had the power? 408 more words


Few Quick Announcements

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