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Disbelief hard to conquer when the good die young BelfastTelegraph.co.uk It was somewhere near Naas on the way back from Portlaoise, during the half-time break of the Kildare-Fermanagh broadcast that I heard Des Cahill break the news on RTÉ Radio of William Dunlop's death at the Skerries 100 Road Race. https://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/sport/gaa/disbelief-hard-to-conquer-when-the-good-die-young-37102619.html https://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/incoming/article37103163.ece/8f743/AUTOCROP/h342/ries-02-_Read-Only_.jpg Email It was somewhere near Naas on the way back from Portlaoise, during the half-time break of the Kildare-Fermanagh broadcast that I heard Des Cahill break the news on RTÉ Radio of William Dunlop's death at the Skerries 100 Road Race. As is the case in these circumstances, disbelief is hard to conquer. Sportsmen dying in their prime is something that we all struggle to comprehend. As journalists, there is a curious sense of a relationship between the … [Read more...] about Disbelief hard to conquer when the good die young
Democracy Dies in Darkness Sections Home Try 1 month for $1 Username Sign In Account Profile Newsletters & Alerts Gift Subscriptions Contact Us Help Desk Subscribe Account Profile Newsletters & Alerts Gift Subscriptions Contact Us Help Desk Accessibility for screenreader Nationals/MLB Perspective Perspective Interpretation of the news based on evidence, including data, as well as anticipating how events might unfold based on past events Juan Soto struck out on four pitches in his major league debut with the Nationals on Sunday. (Geoff Burke/USA Today Sports) by Thomas Boswell by Thomas Boswell Email the author May 20 at 8:12 PM Email the author When Juan Soto, 19, heard Saturday that he had been called up to the majors by the Washington Nationals, he instantly got goose bumps. “I was in shock. All my [hairs] went up,” Soto said Sunday, running his hand up his forearm. … [Read more...] about Juan Soto has arrived early. It’s time to find out whether Nationals’ teen is a dream.
ADRIAN DENNIS/Getty Images Colin Murrant burst into tears. It was April 3, 2016, and Leicester City, his lifelong team, had just beaten Southampton 1-0. "Some guy grabbed me—I don't know who the hell he was—and he started crying as well," Murrant recalls to B/R. "We just stood there hugging each other. It gives me goosebumps thinking about it." One month later, Leicester City were the most unlikely champions of England. To be a Leicester fan in 2016 was not just to support title-winners; it was to support the most popular title-winners in the history of the Premier League, flag-bearers for the idea that titles are won rather than bought. In the partisan world of English football, it was hard to find anybody not rooting for "the Foxes." Against this memory—simultaneously so vivid and otherworldly—reality could hardly not feel humdrum. Murrant, now 68, and his son Tim have been going to Leicester City games for more than 30 years. Tim was registered as … [Read more...] about ‘I Should Die Happy’: Checking in on Leicester 2 Years After Their Miracle
By Amy Dickinson | Tribune Content Agency PUBLISHED: May 1, 2018 at 6:00 am | UPDATED: May 1, 2018 at 9:25 am DEAR AMY: I want to point out that as a male I do my best to respect everyone. I have on occasion been grabbed in an inappropriate manner or had a woman attempt to take advantage of me. I find it distasteful in the extreme to be treated this way. When I have brought it up, I have been belittled, shamed and actually accused of doing it to them first. Do you have any advice for a guy in such a situation? Unsure DEAR UNSURE: No person should have to tolerate being grabbed, and then shamed for objecting. I’m very sorry you’ve had this experience. My advice for you would be the same I would give to a woman. Use your voice, stay strong and organize in solidarity for the rights of others who have been abused, but not believed. CLICK HERE if you are having a problem viewing the video on a mobile device The movement to repeal California’s new gas tax, a quilting … [Read more...] about Ask Amy: When I complain about these women grabbing me, I’m belittled