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    Obsessed! Rihanna Rocks Uber-Long Braids While Eating Caviar in Bed Renovate Your Home for Under $10,000 — Here’s How It's been a drama-filled offseason for the New Orleans Saints regarding star wide receiver Michael Thomas. However, it looks like some broken fences may be on the mend. © Dale Zanine-USA TODAY Sports New Orleans Saints wide receiver Michael Thomas Yahoo Sports reported Thursday that Thomas and Saints head coach Sean Payton "have had positive talks" and are trying to "clear the air" following rumors the 28-year-old vet could be headed for a trade, according to sources. Tensions began to rise this summer after Payton made comments regarding the timing of Thomas' offseason ankle surgery and the likelihood he will miss the start of the 2021 season. A report by Nola.com later revealed Thomas didn't answer the team's phone calls regarding the status of his rehabilitation, furthering bad blood between the franchise and the wideout. Then, there was Thomas' veiled social media post: pic.twitter.com/frSOCaKHSs— Michael Thomas (@Cantguardmike) August 9, 2021 As Yahoo points out, this recent effort to clear the...
    Schumer uses outdated term for disabled children during housing interview FBI warns lawmakers that QAnon digital soldiers may become violent League of Legends Patch 11.13 is coming soon, scheduled to arrive June 23. With this Patch ready to go live soon, there are some things that players are definitely hoping for in this brand new update. Patch 11.12 brought about the long-anticipated Dr. Mundo rework, and following that, players might be wondering where Riot Games will turn their eye to now. Here's 5 things that players might want for Patch 11.13. The 11.13 Mobility changes we've been talking about should hit PBE tomorrow, and so we wanted to share out the changelist. We took each item's win rates into account when making this evaluation, and so some of these are buffs, some are nerfs, and some are power neutral. (1/2) pic.twitter.com/gpJ5tHGhtp— Jeevun Sidhu (@JeevunSidhu) June 8, 20215 Things We Want in League of Legends Patch 11.131. Keep the Reworks StrongThe aforementioned Dr. Mundo has been positively received by the community and player base so far, and we now know...
    Did you just insult Amtrak, Tayyip? Because I will absolutely punch you in the throat if you just said what I think you just said. President Joe Biden is traveling to Europe Wednesday, kicking off his first foreign trip as president. The itinerary is robust: It will kick off with the three-day G7 summit, jet to Brussels for NATO meetings, and cap things off by meeting in Geneva with Russian troll Vladimir Putin. While the meeting with Putin is likely to generate the most press buzz, it is also likely to be the most pointless bit of the trip. Biden will likely bring up the new spate of Russian-originated ransomware hacks that have caused real damage to American markets; Putin will simply feign ignorance of the attacks, as he has feigned ignorance of each Russian provocation during his rule. Russia is at this point fully ruled by Putin's allied oligarchs and crime rings. So long as it's bringing cash into Russian accounts, he's not going to complain. Most of Biden's attention will instead be focused on conversations with U.S. allied...
    Private HBCU in Ohio surprises graduates by wiping out their student debt FBI agent charged with attempted murder in December shooting on transit train in DC League of Legends Patch 11.11 has been live for nearly a week, which means that Patch 11.12 is soon to come.  Apart from the new Dr Mundo VGU update: the champion itself, his skins, etc. Riot hasn’t announced what other changes are to come. In that case, here are five things we want in League of Legends Patch 11.12 11.12 Patch preview here. It's a pretty light one, the team is still iterating on the mobility reduction work for a later patch. pic.twitter.com/fOjVwCMf9X— Mark Yetter (@MarkYetter) June 1, 2021Continued Nerfing to the Jungle Trio of Morgana, Udyr and RumbleIt’s no secret that during Patch 11.10 this trio of Morgana, Udyr and Rumble were the golden triumvirates of junglers. Although Udyr did receive nerfs prior to 11.11, and both Morgana Rumble received nerfs in 11.11, chances are these champions will most likely continue to remain at the top.  In that same wavelength, we’d...
    New US cases fall to numbers not seen in almost a year; Tokyo Games will go ahead this summer, IOC VP says: Latest COVID-19 updates Fact check: Black Lives Matter tweeted in support of Palestinians, not Hamas After the recent announcement that Valorant won't be releasing a Patch 2.10, the community is looking ahead to Patch 2.11, some optimistic about potential changes to the game and its meta, and others worried that developers might ignore much-needed areas of change, or going further, and making a bad problem worse. Whether you're elated or frightened, here's some changes that Valorant players definitely don't want to see. Periodically, we have to update the engine for our game. Due to the nature of these updates, we want to give ourselves plenty of testing time and a stabilization period before shipping it to you. So, there will be no Patch 2.10. The next update will be Patch 2.11, around June 8.— VALORANT (@PlayVALORANT) May 17, 20215 Things We Don't Want in Valorant Patch 2.111. Not Addressing Connection IssuesOne consistent issue among the Valorant player...
    Fact check: COVID-19 vaccine wont jeopardize your life insurance coverage Covid-19 vaccination: An 8th US state just reached a critical milestone With Riot Games and Valorant recently announcing that there won't be a Patch 2.10 coming out, in order to test certain changes and features, players and fans are looking towards June, and the release of Patch 2.11. Here's a taste of what many in the Valorant community are hoping for. Periodically, we have to update the engine for our game. Due to the nature of these updates, we want to give ourselves plenty of testing time and a stabilization period before shipping it to you. So, there will be no Patch 2.10. The next update will be Patch 2.11, around June 8.— VALORANT (@PlayVALORANT) May 17, 20215 Things We Want in Valorant Patch 2.111. Changing How Modes RotateWith some players being sated with just unrated and ranked, and some preferring to have a little of everything, Valorant has had some difficult balancing what their players want out of the game. With Replication, that same issue was brought to...
    Tragic: Durango, Colorado, woman killed in apparent bear attack after taking her dogs for a walk Collins defends Romney, Cheney: We are not a party that is led by just one person In anticipation of the upcoming patch in League of Legends, it's about time that we start thinking about the things that we want that'll make the game better for the players. Mark Yetter, Riot's Gameplay Design Director gave fans a look at some upcoming changes that they're planning. There looks to be some major changes that'll improve the jungle role and help widen the champion pool, so junglers should be looking forward to the future of the game. Here's a list of five things we want in League of Legends Patch 11.10. Gameplay thoughts just posted: some work on increasing Jungle accessibility. We would like to increase the appeal and onramp for lower level players, so these are our first few steps. As always, we're looking for feedback and these aren't finalized yet.https://t.co/zK3FzwulPW pic.twitter.com/umTsuxahwT— Mark Yetter (@MarkYetter) April 30, 20215 Things We Want in League...
    miHoYo’s masterpiece project Genshin Impact has garnered massive fanfare in just six months. Thus far, the studio has earned over $1 billion in player spending, and it continues to be the most popular within the industry. The game is indeed attractive and contains one of the most enjoyable and intricate combat mechanics. The title is still in its nascent stage, and it certainly needs to make changes in a lot of areas. Despite doing a lot of things right, there are still many aspects where the game needs to be tweaked. Here are 5 key areas, where miHoYo needs to look into and in order to improve the game. Also Read: Genshin Impact: Should You Invest Original Resins in the Endora Event? Here are 5 things that need to change in Genshin Impact The game has a long way to go before it can ever be called perfect. According to Gacha Gamer, there are 5 major issues that the gaming studio should adjust, at the earliest possible. Hydro elemental resonance: The title majorly revolves around building a team composition that...
    Pilot dead after small plane crash in Colorado Vaccine fiasco damages Europes credibility League of Legends Patch 11.8 is right around the corner and it's sure to come with some changes that will fuel both player excitement and outrage. The game has made a progression towards overall balance but it's still far from perfect. Here's five things we don't want in League of Legends Patch 11.8. Feel the rhythm of the universe??? Get in the groove from April 1 to May 3 for new skins, chromas, emotes, and icons! pic.twitter.com/OihbAFaQ3h— League of Legends (@LeagueOfLegends) April 1, 20215 Things We Don't Want in League of Legends Patch 11.8Classic Champion ReworksIt's been said before and we'll say it again, stop giving us unasked for reworks. Riot's attempt at integrating these forgotten champions back into the game has been relatively unsuccessful outside of casual players picking up Akali again. Time would be better spent balancing out the current landscape of the game than trying to force new champion picks. Load Error Jungle ReworksFor the first time in a long time...
    Whats going to happen to me? Reflecting on a pandemic college year, through the words of student newspapers Drug pricing, climate, immigration: House Dems eye ‘kitchen sink’ for next big bill With League of Legends patches, Riot Games focuses on introducing new game content, balance changes, and bug fixes. Patch 11.6, which released on March 17, brought in notable item changes, adjusted the jungle, and balanced certain champions. According to the official League of Legends patch schedule, Patch 11.7 is set to release on March 31. Here are five things we want to see in the upcoming update. Gameplay thoughts blog is out. Topic this week is split pushing, our goal to make it a more viable strategy, and what we think healthy vs unhealthy split pushing looks like. https://t.co/mBhYMie48v pic.twitter.com/zCnwZn6ymU— Mark Yetter (@MarkYetter) March 19, 20215 Things We Want in League of Legends Patch 11.7More Comeback MechanicsComeback mechanics are essential to keeping competitive multiplayer games healthy. Without the ability to grasp a seemingly hopeless match from the jaws of defeat, players will often encounter frustration when they realize...
    The superintendent of a St. Louis, Missouri school district said the high school would be removing the “thin blue line” patch on sports team’s hats. The Eureka High School baseball team created the patch for their hats just last year, according to KMOX. But teams are already prohibited from wearing the patch due to local, state and federal policy, Rockwood School District Superintendent Dr. Mark Miles said in a statement. “We are obligated as a public entity to refrain from advocating for any particular political group or cause, and having any type of political symbol on our uniforms violates district, state and National Federation of State High School Associations policies,” Miles said. “By following these policies, we are not diminishing our support and appreciation for police and all first responders,” he continued. “The Rockwood School District absolutely supports the men and women who are our partners in law enforcement.” (RELATED: San Francisco Police Banned From Wearing Thin Blue Line Face Masks) “We also recognize that the thin blue line represents different things to different people, based upon an individual’s perspective...
    Four states roll back mask mandates. Whats next? ‘QAnon Shaman’ says he stormed Capitol to ‘bring God back into the Senate’ League of Legends Patch 11.6 is set to come out on Wednesday, March 17, two weeks after the release of Patch 11.5. The schedule on the game's website reveals all of the planned patch release dates for Season 11. Certain elements of the update are now live on the PBE server, where players have the opportunity to test out upcoming patches prior to their release. With patches, Riot Games has the opportunity to introduce new game content, fix bugs, balance champions, and update the game's client. Although the upcoming patch is now live for public testing, the only confirmed changes at the moment are the introduction of Battle Academia skins and summoner icons for Caitlyn, Garen, Wukong, Leona, and Yone, in addition to a new emote. The following is a list of the five things we would like to see in Patch 11.6. Get to the head of the class with a new PBE Preview!?✏️? ?Battle Academia Caitlyn...
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