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first_imgThe Trump-Clinton Twitter war: Bludgeon vs. stiletto Do you see a typo or an error? Let us know. Author: AP SHAREcenter_img NEW YORK (AP) – Back in June, when Donald Trump slammed President Barack Obama’s endorsement of Hillary Clinton on Twitter, the Democrat’s campaign was quick to tweet back a chilly three-word response: “Delete your account .”It was a telling exchange, and not just because it set the stage for what has become the country’s first nationwide Twitter election. It also highlighted the striking, and very different, ways both presidential hopefuls have used the service to hone their messages, hurl accusations at one another and speak directly to voters – in effect, bypassing traditional media while also relying on it to amplify their retorts.So entrenched has Twitter become in the 2016 election that it can be difficult to remember just how new it is in this context. Four years ago, candidates Obama and Mitt Romney were just testing the waters with social media. This year, it’s a major source of information – political and otherwise – for a huge number of Americans. In a Pew Research Center poll last January, 44 percent of adults said they had learned about the election in the previous week from social media, more than cited print newspapers.“People are using Twitter to connect more directly to the live events, moments and candidates of this campaign in a way that voters have never been able to do before,” says Adam Sharp, Twitter’s head of news, government and elections.STILETTO VS. BLUDGEONThe candidates are certainly making the most of it. While Trump says he writes many of his tweets himself, especially at night, Clinton’s staff acknowledges producing the vast majority of hers. And Trump is definitely ahead by one crude measure: His followers outnumber Clinton’s, 12.7 million to 10 million.The former reality-TV star and GOP presidential nominee draws outsized attention for what he’s tweeting and retweeting on a near-daily basis, most recently for his attacks on fellow Republicans and unsupported claims that the Nov. 8 election will be “rigged.” During his primary campaign, Trump drew regular news coverage for Twitter assaults that bludgeoned opponents with insults and sometimes baseless charges.Trump’s approach hasn’t changed much in the general election, although his focus on his political opponent sometimes wavers. While he constantly refers to Clinton as “Crooked Hillary” and has continued to criticize the media for reporting that he is falling behind in the polls, he’s also launched long, and sometimes late-night, Twitter broadsides on a beauty queen, the Muslim family of a slain U.S. soldier and a federal judge.The Trump campaign didn’t respond to requests for comment.When the Clinton camp goes on the attack, by contrast, it uses Twitter more as a stiletto than a club. “Delete your account” is a popular internet meme, an arch putdown that suggests someone just said something so embarrassingly stupid that they should just slink away and disappear. The response was an immediate hit that ricocheted around blogs and news sites for days; it’s been retweeted more than half a million times.Trump is “that rough individual who will say anything,” a stance that his supporters find “very refreshing,” says Ian Bogost, a communications professor at Georgia Tech. Clinton’s tweet, by contrast, “signals to her base that she’s with-it on the internet,” he noted in an earlier piece in the Atlantic.In his first debate with Clinton on Sept. 26, Trump denied saying that climate change was a hoax perpetrated by the Chinese. Clinton’s social media team immediately pounced, retweeting Trump’s own 2013 tweet in which he said just that.After Clinton referred to a large fraction of Trump supporters as a “basket of deplorables ” for their sexism and racism, Trump retweeted a 2012 Obama tweet that argued the country doesn’t need a president “who writes off nearly half the country.” But Trump has also drawn fire for repeatedly retweeting white nationalists and promulgating at least one image condemned as anti-Semitic , an association Trump denied.SEIZING THE WHEELUnsurprisingly, the two campaigns have very different social media goals. Trump, who joined Twitter in 2009, has long used the medium as a direct channel to the public for promoting himself and testing the political waters – for instance, by fueling the lie that Obama wasn’t born in the U.S.Trump’s campaign staffers do sometimes seize the wheel, as when the account tweeted “thoughts and prayers ” for NBA star Dwayne Wade following the shooting death of his cousin in August. Trump’s first tweet on the subject 82 minutes earlier had noted the shooting and crowed, “Just what I have been saying. African-Americans will VOTE TRUMP!”Some analysts have noticed that most Trump-y tweets from Trump’s account originate from a different mobile device than ones that could have come from any traditional politician. That has spawned endless jokes – mainly on Twitter, naturally – along the lines of how his campaign staff fails to take away Trump’s phone during his tirades.The Clinton campaign takes a more traditional approach, operating as its own massive brand rather than as a singular, fly-by-the-seat-of-his-pants candidate. (Rare tweets directly from the candidate are signed “-H.”) Many of the campaign’s tweets are the typical boilerplate of politics – thanks to supporters, reiterations of the candidate’s positions, forwarding news of endorsements and other developments.Clinton’s approach hasn’t always fared well; an early tweet asking people to share how student debt makes them feel in “3 emojis or less ” quickly backfired. Responses on Twitter included, “This is like when your mom tries to be hip in front of your friends and totally fails at it.”THE DIGITAL 100Twitter is just part of a much larger Clinton digital presence run by a 100-person “digital team” that extends from Twitter to Snapchat to Quora to YouTube to Pinterest. It’s designed to draw in a broad range of voters, from young, social media savvy fans to Pinterest moms, while also working to undercut her rival on some of his favorite stomping grounds.Clinton’s digital team offered Snapchat filters during the GOP convention that let people paste old Trump quotes praising Clinton over pictures of the gathering. There’s the “Trump yourself” Facebook app, which lets users see how Trump would insult someone like them. “Fat pig” and “women are always ‘griping and bitching’” are just some of the options.Clinton even has a tool that invites people to “Troll Trump ” by signing up for automatic donations every time Trump tweets something offensive – which the campaign defines simply as every time Trump tweets.TWEETING FOR EFFECTThe Clinton campaign argues that social media is just a means to an end: winning the election.“Anyone who wants to say something unhinged, or (retweet) neo-Nazis” will likely get outsized attention, says Teddy Goff, chief digital strategist for the Clinton campaign. “Car wrecks get a lot of attention.”Trump, of course, has rarely suffered for lack of attention. But while his unfiltered tweets helped him lock up the GOP nomination, they’ve proven less effective in the general election. Falling poll numbers, however, haven’t cowed him. On Monday, he tweeted (without evidence) that Democrats are “making up phony polls” to suppress “the Trump.” He concluded: “We are going to WIN!” Published: October 26, 2016 4:41 AM EDT last_img read more

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first_imgManuel Noriega Manuel Antonio Noriega, the  former dictator of Panama and one time ally of the United States has died. He was 83.President Juan Carlos Varela of Panama announced Noriega’s death on Twitter early Tuesday morning.Varela’s post read, “The death of Manuel A. Noriega closes a chapter in our history; his daughters and his relatives deserve to bury him in peace.”Noriega died around 11 p.m. Monday at Santo Tomás Hospital in Panama City, a hospital employee confirmed. An official cause of death was not immediately available.Noriega had been in intensive care since March 7 after complications developed from surgery to remove what his lawyer described as a benign brain tumor. His daughters told reporters at the hospital in March that he had a brain hemorrhage after the procedure. He had been granted house arrest in January to prepare for the operation.His medical problems came on the heels of a legal odyssey that had begun with the invasion and led to prison terms in the United States, France and finally Panama. While imprisoned abroad he suffered strokes, hypertension and other ailments.After returning to Panama on December 11, 2011, he began serving long sentences for murder, embezzlement and corruption in connection with his rule during the 1980s.Seven arrested for Panamanian footballer’s killinglast_img read more

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first_imgMamelodi Sundowns crowned 2018/19 Absa Premiership champions Mamelodi Sundowns responds to speculation on Mosimane’s future Mamelodi Sundowns are five points behind Absa Premiership leaders Kaizer Chiefs after a 2-2 draw against Maritzburg United. COURTESY: TWITTER/Mamelodi SundownsMamelodi Sundowns were held to a 2-2 draw by Maritzburg United in an entertaining Absa Premiership match at the Lucas Masterpieces Moripe Stadium in Pretoria on Friday.Hlompho Kekana gave Sundowns the lead in the 25th minute only for Rushine De Reuck to equalize six minutes later.Sundowns was awarded a penalty for handball minutes after the restart and defender Ricardo Nascimento stepped up and converted the penalty despite the best efforts of Maritzburg’s Ghanaian goalkeeper Richard Ofori, who guessed the right direction.Just like they did in the first half, Maritzburg did not take long to level the tie. Thabiso Kutumela spun away from his marker and sent an excellent curling effort from outside the box past Denis Onyango in the Sundowns goal.The defending league champions were then forced to play the final 20 minutes of the game with 10 men after Nascimento was sent off in the 71st minute for a second bookable offence.Despite being a man down and Maritzburg’s industrious search for a winner, Sundowns held on to claim a point and cut the gap on leaders Kaizer Chiefs to five points with five games left to play.Kaizer Chiefs, who could have seen Sundowns start the day nine points behind, suffered a shock 3-1 loss to Bloemfontein Celtic on Wednesday. Chiefs lead the way with 52 points followed by Sundowns who have 47 points.In other games, Bidvest Wits edged second-from-bottom Amazulu 2-1 at Soccer City in Johannesburg. Rowan Human and Deon Hotto scored for Wits while veteran forward Lehlohonolo Majoro pulled one back for Amazulu.Wits remain in fourth place, level on points with third-placed Supersport United but trail them due to an inferior goal difference. Third place guarantees qualification for the CAF Champions League.Black Leopards, meanwhile, climbed out of the relegation zone following a come-from-behind 2-1 win against Golden Arrows at Ellis Park Stadium in Johannesburg.A brace from Mwape Musonda, including a penalty, gave Leopards all three points after Arrows had taken the lead through a Knox Mutizwa penalty.Leopards are 13th with 26 points, two positions and two points above the relegation zone, while Arrows are 10th with 33 points.Relatedcenter_img Mamelodi Sundowns dump Al Ahly out of the CAF Champions Leaguelast_img read more

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first_imgAddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterTwitterShare to LinkedInLinkedInLinkedInPolice Scotland reported that 25 year-old Dean McMenamin has received a 6 year Jail Sentence today November 2nd 2017. McMenamin targeted the victim within his own home in Ecclefechan, Dumfries and Galloway in February this year. McMenamin forced his way into the victim’s home and thereafter threatened the victim and ordered him to hand over £9,000 in cash.The 25 year-old had denied being involved during a trial at the High Court in Glasgow but he was found guilty of the assault and robbery as well as possessing an air pistol.Today he was jailed for 6 years.Info and Image courtesy of Police Scotlandlast_img read more

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first_imgRisk Communications by Dr. Karen Polson-Edwards, COVID-19 Incident Manager Sharing is caring! 232 Views   no discussions Share Tweet Training on risk communication delivered through WHO open platform online course and PAHO webinarCommunications materials on COVID-19 preventive public health measures, parenting, coping with stress, etc. developed, produced and disseminated to countries (8,620 posters; 5,000 booklets; 26 retractable banners)Collaborated with UNICEF on production of videos, pamphlets and social media cards focused on mental health and coping strategies for adults and childrenResources provided to countries for in-country production of communications materials and videos to make them more culturally-relevantProduction of videos on handwashing and mixing of disinfecting solutions for the general public and Infection Prevention Control for Health Care WorkersSeminars held on Psychological First Aid, Mental Health and Psychosocial support and Management of stress for Health Care Workers exposed to COVID-19Webinar on maternal and perinatal care during COVID-19Production and dissemination of daily updates on the COVID-19 situation and response This week we commemorate 18 years of celebration of Vaccination Week of the America (VWA). Barbados and the Eastern Caribbean countries would usually celebrate VWA with health fairs, mop up campaigns, parades, sporting events and other community awareness activities etc.  However, in keeping with the recommended prevention measures for social distancing, the ECC is celebrating the week with awareness messages on social media and on the MOH Web pages. In some countries, health authorities are preparing messages that will be broadcasted using official channels. PAHO provided support in developing Social Media Postcards, GIFs, Brochures, Posters and Talking Points.Because of physical distancing requirements and COVID-19 related burden on the health system, some countries in the ECC experienced disruption to routine immunization activities. However, aware of the importance of continuing the Immunization program as part of the COVID-19 response, in Barbados and the ECC, the Immunization Program is being continued using the modality of Appointments. PAHO has been supporting the countries by providing technical guidance, creating forum for discussion and exchange of experiences as well as continued support for the procurement of vaccines.Disruption of immunization services, even for brief periods, will result in increased numbers of susceptible individuals and raise the likelihood of outbreak-prone vaccine preventable diseases (VPDs) such as measles.  Such outbreaks may result in increased morbidity and mortality predominantly in young infants and other vulnerable groups, which can cause greater burden on health systems already strained by the COVID-19 response.There is currently no vaccine available against COVID-19. WHO launched an initiative, which aims at coordinating and accelerating the development of this vaccine. As of 23 April, there are six candidate vaccines that have already started clinical trials.  But even with an expedited process, development of a vaccine for COVID-19 will take time.Operational Situation Report 5 – COVID-19 27Apr2020 The PAHO/WHO Regional Office for the Eastern Caribbean and Barbados updated the press of those islands on the status of Covid19 in the region.UN Resident Coordinator, Didier Trebucq, believes countries response is “overall well-handled” and that PaHO is providing excellent support to its partners.Trebucq is however concerned for the Caribbean’s vulnerable and developing islands based on the wider and medium impact of the illness.He commented, “ Depending on the intensity of the recession and magnitude of losses of jobs, it could result in widening inequalities and affect the most vulnerable segment of the population.”He said further that, “The UN is supporting Governments as they address multi-challenges faced or to be faced, with a joint UN Multisectoral COVID-19 response plan that will be launched as an appeal to the international community and partners…to foster international solidarity and help leverage financial resources…to meet the needs of Barbados and Eastern Caribbean SIDS.”In that briefing, presentations came from:Yitades Gebre, PAHO/WHO Representative to Barbados and the Eastern Caribbean and United Kingdom Overseas Territories and French Departments; Rufus Ewing, Advisor Health Systems and Services; COVID-19 Incident Managers, Jean Marie Rwangabwoba and Karen Polson-Edwards; Clemens Buter, Advisor, Planning and Operations, Smart Health Care Facilities in the Caribbean project, and Administrator, Donna-Lisa Pena. The Overview by Dr Yitades Gebre, PAHO/WHO Representative to Barbados and the Eastern Caribbean and United Kingdom Overseas Territories and French Departments.PAHO/WHO activated regional and country incident management system teams to provide direct emergency response to Ministries of Health and other national authorities for surveillance, laboratory capacity, support health care services, infection prevention control, clinical management and risk communication; all aligning with priority lines of action.Most of the Caribbean population remains susceptible and epidemics can easily re-ignite.We are encouraged that several countries are starting to plan how to ease social restrictions.It is critical that these measures are a phased process.Lifting so-called lockdown restrictions is not the end of the epidemic in any country. Countries must ensure they can detect, test, isolate and care for every case, and trace every contact.The adjusting of measures should not be undertaken all at once, but should be considered at the subnational level, starting in areas with lowest incidence. Basic individual measures (e.g. isolation and care of suspect and confirmed cases, quarantine of contacts, hand hygiene and respiratory etiquette) should be maintainedWe are encouraged that the countries in the Eastern Caribbean have low number of COVID-19 infections with successfully containing for a period of time e’g., Anguilla 25 days, Monserrat 15 days , Saint Lucia 17 days,  Dominica 18 daysA large number of people ( 50%)  have been discharged from health facilities or home isolation and recovered from COVID-19 disease.We expect that most people who are infected with COVID-19 will develop an antibody response that will provide some level of protection. What we don’t yet know is the level of protection or how long it will last.We mobilized over $2,000,000 to support countries in the response to COVID-19center_img Surveillance, Testing and Contact Tracing by Dr. Jean Marie Rwangabwoba, COVID-19 Incident Manager Health Services Organization and Response by Dr. Rufus Ewing, Advisor, Health Systems and ServicesThe PAHO Office for Barbados and the Eastern Caribbean Countries (ECC) supported countries under its representation in developing COVID-19 pandemic preparedness and response plans, to ensure a well-coordinated and effective response to COVID-19 pandemic.Barbados and the ECC expanded and reorganized their health services with the development of quarantine and Isolation and treatment facilities to adequately respond to the COVID-19 pandemic. PAHO provided technical assistance to facilitate this response.PAHO supported Barbados and the ECC in building capacity to model COVID-19 case projections and resource needs to effectively respond to and manage COVID-19 cases.The protection of Health Care Workers (HCW) represents the second pillar of PAHO’s response to COVID-19, in this regard PAHO:Conducted training in infection prevention and control with the proper use of PPEs and facemask for all HCWs including those recruited locally and from overseas specifically for COVID-19 response.Provided Barbados and ECC with tools and training to conduct Health Care Worker COVID-19 exposure risk assessment and management.Provided countries with PPEs for the protection of HCWs:PPE Kits – 4000Surgical masks – 136,910N95 Masks – 940Surgical Gowns – 12,900Protective Goggles – 660Examination Gloves – 27,900 The first COVID-19 case was reported in Barbados and Eastern Caribbean sub-region on March 13, 2020As of 28 April 2020, a total of 184 laboratory confirmed cases have been reported from the sub-region; range from 15 to 80The overall incidence rate for the sub-region stands at 20.05 cases per 100,000 population; range from 8.2 to 28.2Barbados and Dominica have reported clusters of cases whereas the rest of the countries have reported sporadic cases onlyThe great majority of cases have either travelled to a foreign country with evidence of community transmission or been in contact with someone with such a historyOver 50% of the cases have recovered from the diseaseOnly Barbados and Antigua and Barbuda have reported COVID-19 related deaths and account for 4.9% case fatality rate for the sub-regionOnly 4 countries have local capacity for PCR testing but the other 3 are in the process of establishing such capacity. In the meanwhile they send samples to the regional reference laboratory at CARPHAAll countries are actively tracing contacts of laboratory confirmed cases as part of their strategy to slow the spread of the infectionPublic measures including behavioral measures, border measures, school closures and nationwide curfews are in place in almost all countries.The situation in the French Departments and the UK Overseas Territories shows different trends than Eastern Caribbean. Martinique and Guadeloupe have more cases and deaths whereas Anguilla and British Virgin Islands have the lowest number of cases.PAHO is providing technical guidance on case detections for surveillance, data collection tools, molecular testing, data management and mathematical modelling. Share CoronavirusLocalNewsRegional PAHO Regional Office: Outbreak Not Yet Over, Islands Responding Well by: – May 1, 2020 Vaccination Week in the Americas: Webinar – The Immunization Program in the Context of the COVID-19 Pandemicby Dr. Darlene Omeir Taylor, Family and Community Health Advisor Sharelast_img read more

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first_imgWhile Farmington and Farmington Hills have 2020 U.S. Census response rates around 70 percent, some areas of the community have responded better than others.Farmington’s response rate is 68.7 percent; the Farmington Hills rate is 72.2 percent. Both are ahead of Michigan’s overall rate of 67.7 percent, although a Farmington census tract on the west side of the city has a 52 percent rate. One east-side Farmington Hills tract also has a rate below 60 percent.Other areas in both cities have seen a stronger response, with 85-88 percent of residents filling out the short form either online, by phone, or on paper. Census takers will visit homes if responses are not received by the October 31 deadline, extended due to the COVID-19 pandemic. (View response rates and find your neighborhood: 2020census.gov/en/response-rates.htmlCensus data determines how more than $675 billion of federal funds are spent, which goes to support vital community programs. In 2016, Michigan received $29 billion through 55 federal spending programs guided by data derived from the 2010 Census.For every resident not counted, Michigan stands to lose an estimated $3,000 per person per year in federal funds.For more information, visit 2020census.gov or call the Census 2020 hotline at 1-844-330-2020. Reported by Farmington Voice Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pinterest (Opens in new window)last_img read more

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first_imgPhased-array antennas from ThinKom Solutions are now fully interoperable with the next generation of low-earth orbit (LEO) and mid-earth orbit (MEO) networks as well as geostationary (GEO) satellites. Agility tests have shown that the company’s antenna design achieves switching speeds of less than 800 ms. This has been determined by LEO and MEO service providers to be more than sufficient for beam switching among the fast-moving satellites with virtually no interruption in connectivity.ThinKom’s patented phased-array architecture provides rapid switching speeds without the limitations of electronic scanning antennas in terms of instantaneous bandwidth, low-look-angle performance, power consumption and aperture efficiency.The new LEO and MEO satellite networks currently under development have the potential to disrupt the SATCOM market with inexpensive bandwidth and offer unique benefits in terms of latency, coverage, throughput and redundancy. At the same time, GEO high-throughput satellites (HTS) represent proven lower-risk technology but have limitations in terms of high-latitude coverage, lower spectral efficiencies and latency. This presents a dilemma for companies facing multi-year planning cycles for SATCOM terminal selection.ThinKoms’ antenna technology has the versatility to support an integrated multi-constellation solution offering gap-free pole-to-pole coverage with automatic beam switching, rapid outage recovery and network optimization for different geographical regions. Their antennas are field-proven with nearly 750 installed units currently flying over 3,000 flights per day. They have more than 2.5 million hours of accrued service time and are consistently achieving 98 percent availability rates. In addition, the extremely low-profile antenna radome virtually eliminates aerodynamic drag, dramatically reducing fuel usage when flying with the SATCOM​ antenna.ThinKom is showcasing its Ku- and Ka-band phased-array antenna technology at the 2018 Global Connected Aircraft Summit in San Diego from June 4-6. The satellite demo vehicle will be positioned in the Washington, D.C. area for the next few months to conduct private demonstrations.last_img read more

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first_img Share By DINA ARÉVALOPort Isabel-South Padre Presseditor@portisabelsouthpadre.comComedian Raymond Orta will be coming to the Port Isabel Event and Cultural Center this summer, according to City officials. The news was unveiled during a meeting of the Port Isabel City Commission Tuesday evening.It’s all part of the City’s plan to market the event center, explained City Manager Jared Hockema. And the City hopes that Orta, who is a Rio Grande Valley native, will help draw the type of crowds which would later seek to book the venue for events such as quinceañeras, weddings and more.The performance is scheduled for July 20. And Orta won’t be alone; he brings with him several other stand-up comedians, a City staffer said. At performances throughout the Valley, the comedian has often sold out tickets. Orta has agreed to stay for a second night of comedy in the event the July 20 booking is oversold, City officials said.Want the whole story? Pick up a copy of the Port Isabel-South Padre Press, or subscribe to our E-Edition by clicking here. RelatedFormer Mayor Quirino Z. Martinez diesBy ESTEVAN MEDRANO Port Isabel-South Padre Press press@portisabelsouthpadre.com   Former Port Isabel Mayor Quirino Z. Martinez died on Thursday, March 26, at Harlingen Medical Center. He was 76. Martinez worked diligently towards the improvement of the City during his tenure in office, serving as city commissioner from 1970-1976, mayor pro-tem from…April 6, 2015In “News”City to break ground for centerBy COLE AVERY Port Isabel-South Padre PRESS The City of Port Isabel is hosting a ground breaking ceremony for its new City of Port Isabel Visitor & Events Center and Emergency Operations Center at 10 a.m. Saturday. The site of the future event center is at 309 Railroad Ave. across…July 19, 2012In “News”From the desk of the Port Isabel MayorJOE E. VEGA PORT ISABEL MAYOR Special to the PRESS On February 5th I gave the State of the City at the Annual Breakfast with the Mayor. The Port Isabel Chamber of Commerce and Scott Friedman and his family were kind enough to host this event for the 8th year.…February 12, 2016In “News”last_img read more

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first_imgBarcelona will try and tempt Lionel Messi into signing a new deal at the club, by handing him an £80million signing bonus, according to the Daily Mail .Messi is yet to put pen to paper on a deal agreed with the La Liga giants in July.But Barca remain confident that he will commit to fresh terms, which will keep him at the Nou Camp until 2021 at least.Messi became the all-time leading scorer in CONMEBOL World Cup qualifiers on Tuesday night.The Argentina captain scored a hat-trick, as his team fought back from conceding early to Ecuador, to win 3-1 in Buenos Aires.last_img read more

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first_img Related TopicsOhio Indy Wrestling Ref was Dave DawsonRing announcer was Ross Big Dog AnthonyMatch 1 Tre Lamor vs Joshua Bishop vs Chase Oliver.Winner Tre LamorMatch 2 Big Twan Tuker and Party Parker Peirce vs Weird WorldWinners Big Twan and Party Parker Peirce via the Flip Cup FinishMatch 3 Dr. Daniel C Rockingham vs Kurt HurtzWinner Dr. Dan with a modified Power BombMatch 4 Razorsharpe vs Virtue Army 2 on 1 match.Winner Razorsharpe via dq when Wendigo pushed the referee down. Then after the match the Army jumped Razorsharpe and his partner Kaoz returned after 3 years away to save him. The crowd popped hard for the return of Kaoz.Match 5 The tag team title match PME vs The ProductionWinners PME via dq when Eddie only interferedMatch 6  The Roku Championship match Garrison King vs 8ball EddieWinner King via dq when The Production interfered. Setting up at the next show  PME and Garrison King vs The Production in a six man tag match with all titles on the line.Match 7 the uXwa heavyweight title match. The Duke (c) vs Brian CarsonIn a Brooklyn street fight. Jan 14thBrooklyn OhiouXwa Entertainment presented 2 legit 2 quit Vince McKeecenter_img This match had everything from chairs to tables to guard rails but in the end there was only one winner. Winner and new uXwa heavyweight champ excellent personified Brian Carson. Come join us March 18th for Slam A mania 3.last_img read more

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