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    Two of the all-time NFL greats go head-to-head on Sunday with Tom Brady and Aaron Rodgers facing off as Tampa Bay Buccaneers meet Green Bay Packers.  And as the teams arrived at the Raymond James stadium, it was Rodgers who stole the attention first by revealing he'd had a haircut and chopped off his lengthy locks before the game. The 38-year-old was pictured by the Green Bay Twitter account and fans were, for the most part, pleased that their star quarterback was looking the part. 'Aaron looks lie Ryan Gosling.' wrote one fan in an amusing response. Another said: 'Most Handsome and best QB in the league.'  Brady, meanwhile, arrived with his high school yearbook photo on the back of his shirt. 'Greatness lasts forever,' the picture of a young Brady was captioned.  Aaron Rodgers has had a fresh new trim before the game against Tampa Bay Buccaneers  Tom Brady, meanwhile, had his high school yearbook picture on the back of his shirt Aaron Rodgers with the clean cut for Week 3 ????‍♂️ (via @packers) pic.twitter.com/UjbhZpxKyW— Sports Illustrated (@SInow) September...
    Contestant on The Bachelorette, Erich Schwer has apologized after an old yearbook photo emerged that depicted him wearing blackface. Schwer, 29, has become the last man standing in the competition as he looked to secure the final rose from 31-year-old Gabby Windey.   But just days later, the questionable high school photo of Schwer began circulating on the internet. Together with a traditional yearbook photo, an additional picture posted to Reddit saw Schwer wearing blackface together with an afro wig. Erich Schwer, who was a frontrunner on this season of The Bachelorette has issued an apology after a yearbook photo of him in blackface surfaced online A photo, shared on Reddit saw Schwer, 29, wearing an afro wig and dark makeup on his face Schwer, 29, has become the last man standing in the competition as he looked to secure the final rose from 31-year-old Gabby Windey  On Thursday, Schwer issued a statement on Instagram apologizing for his actions. 'I wholeheartedly apologize for the insensitive photo of me in Blackface from my high school yearbook that has been circulating. What I thought at...
    KYLIE Jenner fans were shocked at her "natural" appearance in a series of throwback photos recently rediscovered online. In a plethora of pics snapped between 2011 and 2013, the soon-to-be reality star shined without her lip fillers or plastic surgery makeovers. 8Fasn found photos of an untouched Kylie Jenner from years gone byCredit: Instagram/@kyliejenner 8Kylie Jenner shows off her new Kylie lip gloss with her fuller lipsCredit: Instagram/ Kylie Jenner 8Fans felt Kylie's cosmetic changes were unnecessaryCredit: Instagram/@kyliejenner In an online chat room, fans of Kylie, now 24, shared and discussed her old school look, with photos taken while she was actually still in school. The photos, which Kylie shared herself over the year, included a look at her yearbook photo, several selfies and snaps with friends like jordyn woods and sofia richie. The filter-free photos saddened fans, who posted in the chat room regrets over the cosmetic work the reality star has had. "She looked so much better before. Wow," one fan exclaimed. "She didn’t need much of anything done." Another pointed out: "I swear she became...
    NEW YORK -- Albert Ogletree was a name represented by an image of an oak leaf at the National September 11 Memorial & Museum in New York until a bit of sleuthing led to a 1966 Michigan high school yearbook.On Tuesday, the museum added Ogletree's Romulus High School freshman year photo to its Memorial Exhibition Gallery, the Detroit Free Press reported Friday.The museum had been unable to locate photos of only two of the nearly 3,000 victims since it opened in 2014, including Ogletree. The last identified victim whose photo has still not been found is Antonio Dorsey Pratt."It is a place no one wishes their loved one to be seen, given the circumstances of why they are there," chief curator Jan Ramirez said. "Nonetheless, it is so rewarding to retire that leaf icon tile with the replacement of this quietly compelling portrait."Ogletree was working in the cafeteria of a financial services firm in the World Trade Center's North Tower on Sept. 11, 2001, when terrorists flew a hijacked plane into the building. Another hijacked plane slammed into the South...
    ROMULUS, Mich. (AP) — Albert Ogletree was a name represented by an image of an oak leaf at the National Sept. 11 Memorial & Museum in New York until a bit of sleuthing led to a 1966 Romulus High School yearbook. On Tuesday, the museum added Ogletree’s high school freshman year photo to its Memorial Exhibition Gallery, the Detroit Free Press reported Friday. READ MORE: Police Rescue Man Who Fell Through Ice In Groveland Township PondThe museum had been unable to locate photos of only two of the nearly 3,000 victims since it opened in 2014, including Ogletree. The last identified victim whose photo has still not been found is Antonio Dorsey Pratt. “It is a place no one wishes their loved one to be seen, given the circumstances of why they are there,” chief curator Jan Ramirez said. “Nonetheless, it is so rewarding to retire that leaf icon tile with the replacement of this quietly compelling portrait.” Ogletree was working in the cafeteria of a financial services firm in the World Trade Center’s North Tower on Sept. 11, 2001,...
    AMERICAN Pickers' Danielle Colby resembled her daughter Memphis in a throwback photo from her high school yearbook. The reality star shared the photo to Facebook last year poking fun at her darker style in honor of World Goth Day. 5Danielle shared a throwback photo on Facebook resembling her daughter MemphisCredit: Facebook/Danielle Colby 5Memphis recently channeled her mother in a photoshootCredit: Instagram In the profile shot, Danielle wore a black top, long necklace and dangled earrings donning short black tight curls. The TV star looked like the spitting image of her youngest child Memphis, who channeled her mother in a photoshoot earlier this week. The 21-year-old posed leaning on her bed in an orange turtleneck and her legs crossed in front of her while wearing white thigh-high socks. She captioned the Instagram post: "Good Afternoon - say something to make me smile!" Her fans quickly obliged, with many calling her "beautiful." "You are so gorgeous," wrote one person, as another added, "You are so pretty." Most read in EntertainmentSHOWTIME AGT finale LIVE - Magician Dustin Tavella crowned America's...
    AMERICAN Pickers’ Frank Fritz and Mike Wolfe look unrecognizable in their 1980s high school yearbook photos, as the former childhood friends’ feud rages on.  Frank, 57, and Mike, 57, both attended Bettendorf High School in Iowa, as the stars were childhood friends before they starred on History Channel’s American Pickers together for a decade.  5Frank Fritz looked unrecognizable in his 80s high school yearbook photosCredit: Bettendorf High School Yearbook 5Mike Wolfe went to Bettendorf High School in Iowa with Frank before they appeared on American PickersCredit: Bettendorf High School Yearbook In Frank’s 1980 sophomore year book photo exclusively obtained by The Sun, he flashed a smirk while sporting long hair and a mustache.  For his 1981 junior year book photo, he lost the facial hair but kept his long locks.  Frank cleaned up by 1982 for his senior class photo, as he donned shorter slicked back hair.  He topped the look off with a suit and tie. As for Mike, he looked just as unrecognizable in his 1980 sophomore yearbook photo.  By 1981, Mike began to mature and let...
    Two high schools in Washington state have come under fire for using anti-police and pro-Black Lives Matter imagery in their yearbooks. Officials at Woodinville High School and Bonney Lake High School were forced to defend themselves this week after critics attacked them for publishing the politically-charged yearbooks.   The controversy at Woodinville High School centered around a photo of students at a BLM rally holding an array of signs condemning white supremacy - including one with the word 'ACAB', which stands for 'all cops are b*****ds'.   At Bonney Lake High School, critics took issue with a two-page spread about BLM which featured a drawing of a police officer attempting to assault a black person and encouraged readers to donate to the organization.   A picture appearing in a Woodinville High School yearbook featured seven students at a Black Lives Matter rally, one of whom was holding a sign reading 'ACAB,' an acronym for 'All cops are bastards.' School officials said the yearbook staff did not know what the acronym meant and apologized for it The inflammatory photo in the Woodinville yearbook showed...
    (CNN)The family of a Utah teen with Down syndrome says they're grateful for the support she's received from friends and the community after she wasn't included in the cheerleading team photo used in her school's yearbook.Morgyn Arnold, 14, was the manager for the Shoreline Junior High School cheer squad, her father Jeffrey Arnold told CNN. She would attend games and cheer and participate in other activities to boost school spirit, he said.She posed for one photo with the team and was seated in the middle of the front row, her father said. When she got her yearbook on the last day of eighth grade, she realized a different photo that didn't include her was used, her dad said."She walked in and she shows it to me, she says 'I'm not here, but these are my friends and I love them,'" Jeffrey Arnold told CNN. A photo of the cheerleading team without Morgyn was used for the yearbook. CNN intentionally blurred the image due to the age of the other subjects in the image.The Davis School District apologized in a statement.Read...
    Fresh-faced and smiling shyly, this is King Sooper shooter Ahmad Alissa, 21, seen in a school yearbook photo taken just two years ago. The photo, exclusively obtained by DailyMail.com, was captured while the killer was studying at West Arvada High where he excelled at wrestling but little else, according to friends. A second photo from the yearbook shows Alissa's wrestling team and lists him among the fighters, although he is not in the picture because he was kicked off the team after a foul-mouthed outburst after losing a fight in training. Alissa has piled on 60lbs since leaving school, moving into his parents' basement and starting work at his brother's restaurant – Sultan Grill – in Arvada, Colorado. Court records obtained by DailyMail.com show he weighed 140lbs when he was arrested for beating up a classmate in November 2017.  Boulder gunman Ahmad Alissa is pictured in 2019 as a fresh-faced, smiling student at West Arvada High School, where he was a wrestler.  Former classmates have revealed how Alissa (pictured right wearing wrestling medals) in an undated Facebook photo...
    Lewis and Clark High School in Spokane, Washington, rejected a student’s yearbook picture because she posed with an American flag draped over her shoulders. A statement from the school claims the decision was not made against what the flag represents, but out of respect: “We respect our flag as much as any school in the area and were concerned that in the photo submitted it was being used as a prop in the photo and was not being afforded appropriate regard.” “The fact that I can’t have my senior picture in the yearbook because it contains the American flag in it amazes me,” wrote the student to her Facebook page on Monday, sharing a purported screenshot of an email she received from the school notifying her that her yearbook photo was denied. “Are you kidding me right now? If the American flag offends you effing leave,” the student added. “Screw this school I want to switch Lewis and Clark High School.” Screw Lewis and Clark. The fact that I can’t have my senior picture in the yearbook because it...
    An Indiana student was labelled 'BLACK GUY' in a photo caption in a high school yearbook, and the school district is investigating just how that happened.  In a blurred-out photo that has circulated online, the student seems to be the only black player shown in a photo of a boys' basketball team from Brown County High School in Nashville, Ind.  All the other students seem to be listed by name. The school district called the caption 'a truly reprehensible error' in a letter dated Monday and signed by Brown County School District Superintendent Laura Hammack and the high school's principal, Matthew Stark, according to WRTV.   In the 2020 yearbook for Brown County High School in Nashville, Ind., a student was indicated as 'BLACK GUY,' according to a photo that has circulated online. The student seems to be the only black student depicted in a photo of the a basketball team.  Hammack said in a Facebook Live video Monday that a parent alerted her to the photo caption.  'In the 2020 yearbook, a student was indicated instead of by his name, he...
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