Miley Cyrus has let it be known that she's more than happy with her lot in life, bragging about boyfriend Liam Hemsworth's perfect Little Liam. The singer - who has been in an on-off relationship with the Aussie hunk since 2010 - took to Twitter to gloat about her beau and his bedroom powers. Her TMI confession came after SourPsycho posted a meme about how no man has it all. "No man has all 5: good d***game, empathy, a height above 5ft 9, no hoes, common sense," the meme read. And a clearly proud Miley quickly weighed in, commenting, "Mine does! Don't give up!" Liam and Miley first met playing lovers in Nicolas Sparks' follow-up to The Notebook. The film was cute but Hannah Montana and her Aussie hunk were even cuter. He popped the question with a 3.5-carat diamond ring by Neil Lane in 2012, with Miley gushing to People magazine, "I'm so happy to be engaged and look forward to a life of happiness with Liam." Next minute, Miley chopped her hair off, started wearing grungy clothes and … [Read more...] about Miley Cyrus brags about Liam Hemsworth’s peen and his ‘good d*** game’
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It used to be called the managerial merry-go-round but Billy Brown reckons life in the dugout is more like the ghost train these days with a quarter of gaffers in Scotland out of a gig before Halloween. Dumbarton dumped Stevie Aitken on Monday night at the same time Airdrie were handing Stephen Findlay his jotters – meaning 12 of the 42 SPFL clubs are not longer with the same mangers who started the season and half a dozen of them currently managerless. Those two plus Livingston, St Mirren, Dundee United, Partick Thistle, Falkirk, Morton, Raith Rovers, Stirling Albion, Berwick Rangers and Queen’s Park have all either punted their managers or watched them quit in an early campaign bosses bloodbath. Managers and Coaches Association chairman Brown has been watching in dismay and reckons it’s trigger happy directors who should be copping the flak rather than the poor fall guys on the touchlines. The former Hearts, Hibs, and Killie No.2 admitted alarm bells are ringing … [Read more...] about Billy Brown insists clubs need to give managers more time
Sport / Dundee United by Tom Duthie October 3, 2018, 10:30 am FacebookTwitterLinkedInWhatsAppEmail Sign up to our Sport newsletter It’s a fact of life in football that very few managers are appointed because a club has been doing well. While Csaba Laszlo’s arrival at Dundee United was sparked by predecessor Ray McKinnon being sacked after a sticky start to last season, when he took up the reins last November it’s fair to say things were not looking too bad. Victories over Dumbarton and St Mirren under caretaker boss Laurie Ellis had put the Tangerines back to the top of the Championship and for a while under Csaba it looked as if they might stay there. The early form under the former Hearts boss was encouraging. An Irn-Bru Cup defeat at the hands of Northern Irish part-timers Crusaders in his first game in charge could be written off on the grounds United fielded an under-strength side and had no real interest in defending the trophy. … [Read more...] about TOM DUTHIE: Things weren’t looking too bad when Csaba took over at Dundee United
opinion Jamie Satterfield Knoxville News Sentinel Published 5:02 p.m. UTC Aug 10, 2018 As I watched Billy Ray Irick die Thursday, I couldn’t stop thinking about Paula Dyer, the sweet little 7-year-old Knoxville girl he savaged and suffocated, and the mother who never got to kiss her goodbye. I was supposed to be at Riverbend Maximum Security Institution to document Irick’s death – to watch and witness how the state killed him. A Knox County jury, way back in 1986, sentenced him to die for grabbing little Paula, forcing her into a bedroom, barricading the door as her siblings screamed, holding that child down, covering her mouth, raping her over and over, then casting her aside inside her Exeter Avenue home. Thirty-three years after his crimes, I sat in a tiny room, a note pad and pencil in my hand with instructions to watch him die. Irick was the bogeyman all mothers fear But my eyes kept shifting from the gurney where Irick was dying – with his eyes … [Read more...] about As I watched Billy Ray Irick executed, I could feel the heartbeat of another mom
PUBLISHED: 15:12 29 June 2018 Richard Shepheard, The Street, Barney. A Norwich street. PHOTO: Archant ARCHANT EASTERN DAILY PRESS (01603) 772434 One reader can’t make sense of what passes for fashion these days. What do you think? As an old Norwich boy (born a generation earlier than Steven Downes) I identify perfectly with his sentiments in ‘why we should be celebrating the news that our fine city isn’t on trend’. Even before I read the phrase “dedicated followers” toward the end of his piece, I heard that Kinks song of 50-odd years ago Dedicated Follower of Fashion wafting into my consciousness. Ray Davies and his group were pouring scorn on the idea that a man could be so obsessed with his appearance that “he thinks that he is a flower” in his polka dots and stripes. But remembering those days as I do, I still feel that things are worse nowadays. Steven speaks of trousers too short and ankles too bare and such things mark a … [Read more...] about Reader opinion: Norwich is unfashionable? Good!