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Anthony Myers doesn’t have to wait any longer for his college basketball career to begin. Interscholastic Athletic Association final in 2009, Myers was all set to sign with Fordham. The only holdup was that the Rams didn’t have a scholarship available, but then Rams Coach Dereck Whittenberg told Myers that he anticipated a player would be transferring shortly, thus opening a spot for Myers.
The audacious biopic Jackie opens on the Kennedy Compound in Hyannis Port, Massachusetts in 1963, merely a week after John F. Kennedy was assassinated in Dallas. Though she welcomes a journalist into one of the Kennedy residences along Cape Cod, the now former First Lady, Jacqueline Bouvier Kennedy, has no permanent home.
But herein lies the movie’s paradox: The fear is all our own. If anything, the aliens came to share their wisdom, to forge an alliance, to make humans better off. They came because they believe in our species. Trump’s triumph turned to mortification only days later, at the annual White House Correspondents’ Dinner in Washington (where Trump was a guest of The Washington Post). Trump found himself the butt of jokes by Obama and his own fellow NBCer, “Saturday Night Live” comedian Seth Meyers. He glowered as a ballroom packed with Washington and Hollywood elite roared at his expense..
When Baker Company, a unit in the 2nd Infantry Division, moved into there, it was greeted with “constant enemy small arms fire, IED, RPG, and grenade attacks, often surprisingly coordinated,” recalled Lt. Tim Gross, a platoon leader. Baker began by spending three nights using shovels, screwdrivers, and tire irons to remove 18 ” deep buried” bombs in its area.