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Raiders special teams coach says new rule doesn’t change much

Is the NFL’s new extra point rule much ado about nothing? It is according to Raiders special teams coach Brad Seely, who said in an interview on SiriusXM NFL Radio that he thinks an extra point kick snapped from the 15-yard line is still close to a sure thing, while a two-point conversion attempt from…

15 Years Ago in ALA: Much Ado About 5K

15 years ago this month, a plucky ALA staffer wrote “Much Ado About 5K,” an article on a contest created by Stewart Butterfield that challenged web designers and developers to build a complete website using less than five kilobytes.Show More Summary

Wood Pellet Power: A Climate Threat?

Much ado has been made of late about the advantages and, increasingly, the potential disadvantages of using wood to create energy. Figuring out what's what on that front has taken on new urgency, with renewable energy policies in Europe driving an unprecedented boom in the use of manufactured wood pellets [...]

Did Iggy Azalea Get Surgery Done on Her Face? [PHOTO]

Although Iggy Azalea won the Top Rap Song at the 2015 Billboard Music Awards on Sunday night (May 17), the chatter on Twitter was much ado about her face than her winning the trophy. Continue reading…

Much Ado About Some Things

Something is rotten in New England, and Nate Graziano thinks the Patriots and their fans are protesting far too much. The post Much Ado About Some Things appeared first on The Good Men Project.

Who Cares About Voice Chat In 'Splatoon?'

Much ado about nothing is being made when it comes to voice-chat in Nintendo's upcoming shooter 'Splatoon.'

Choice feminism: Time to ‘choose’ another argument

There’s much ado about “choice feminism” lately and some of it surely a bit of healthy autocriticism. If feminism means anything, after all, then it means nothing.  “Choice feminism” — the idea that feminism means women can individually choose whatever they wish and consider it an inherently feminist act — is certainly an insidious outgrowth […]

Deflategate Report Insufficient Because Of Time, Lack Of Penalties

The long-awaited Deflategate report from investigator Ted Wells was released Wednesday but it was really much ado about nothing -- and didn't detail what penalties, if any, will be coming to Tom Brady or the two officials involved.

Evening Tea – Daily Link Roundup And Open Post

Really offensive? Or much ado about nothing? – dlisted Beyonce goes nearly naked for Met Gala – Celebitchy Sofia Vergara on battle with Nick Loeb – I’m Not Obsessed How sweet is this picture?!? – Babyrazzi Celebrities who struggled with...Show More Summary

2015 NFL Draft: The Complete Guide to Day 2

It was much ado about nothing in the first round of the 2015 NFL draft—more hype than substance in the end. The rumor mill was turning at full speed. NFL Network's Ian Rapoport (via NFL.com) had Chip Kelly selling the farm for Marcus Mariota and Martellus Bennett shipping out of Chicago, but all was quiet on the western lakefront once the draft hit. Show More Summary

Much Ado About…Bollywood?

last monthCanada / Toronto : Torontoist

Shakespeare's classic comedy gets reimagined in the context of Brampton's South Asian diaspora, to hilarious results. Much Ado About Nothing Tarragon Theatre Mainspace (30 Bridgman Ave) Runs to May 31 $29–$55 What’s common between Shakespearean comedies and Bollywood movies? Both, more often than not, are about people suffering love. Show More Summary

The Turkish Tough Guy And Crimea, Or Much Ado About Nothing!

The Turkish President’s latest comments about Crimea should be seen as nothing more than domestic chest-thumping and not as a revision of relations with Russia.

Benedick And Beatrice: The Mature, Romantic Relationship Overlooked By Shakespeare Fans

last monthNews : Huffington Post

The following is an excerpt from Tina Packer's Women of Will: Following the Feminine in Shakespeare's Plays. And so we come to Much Ado About Nothing. It’s a good title. Nothing; no thing; a “thing” in Elizabethan English is a penis, so “no thing” is a vagina. Show More Summary

HIMSS’15 Pilgrimage: Impressions and Takeaways

Another year, another HIMSS conference. While I often may gripe about this event; the seemingly endless parroting of buzzword(s) de jour, the countless press releases that really are much ado about nothing and highly questionable surveys and research results, that … Read more ›

Much Ado About Nothing: Affleck's Ancestor

The comments beneath Ben Affleck's Facebook "mea culpa" for having his slave-owner ancestor cut from the PBS show Finding Your Roots were pretty typical. Lots of white folks telling black people to quit grousing about things that happened over 400 years ago. Show More Summary

Maternal Deprivation Cancelled

"The study design has been changed." Blink.Without much ado the University of Wisconsin, Madison has cancelled its planned revival of Harry Harlow's infamous experimental use of maternal deprivation.(They have apparently cancelled them. Show More Summary

Obama Expected to Bind US to CO2 Reduction at Paris Climate Meeting This Year

Guest essay by S. Fred Singer Much ado about nothing. I expect very little from the much-ballyhooed Paris conference: maybe a White-House claim of a “breakthrough” climate accord – but nothing of substance. In his State-of-the-Union address, president Obama again confirmed that “saving the climate” remains one of his top priorities. Yet an official December…

Corker-Menendez, much ado about nothing?

(Paul Mirengoff) I don’t understand the enthusiasm with which the Corker-Menendez legislation is being greeted, now that President Obama has agreed to sign it. Under the Constitution, treaties need to be approved by a super-majority (two-thirds) to be effective. Show More Summary

Scientists Determine Shakespeare Authored 'Double Falsehood'

2 months agoHumor / odd : mental_floss

A psychological profile of Lady Macbeth would probably say things like "manipulative," "paranoid," "unlikely to create genuine social bonds," and "a bit of a germaphobe." An analysis of Benedick from Much Ado About Nothing would likely...Show More Summary

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