David Barstow, Susanne Craig and Russ Buettner, New York Times Published 1:30 pm PDT, Tuesday, October 2, 2018 Donald Trump and father Fred Trump at opening of Wollman Rink. The elder Trump supported his son heavily, the New York Times found. Donald Trump and father Fred Trump at opening of Wollman Rink. The elder Trump supported his son heavily, the New York Times found. Photo: New York Daily News Archive/NY Daily News Via Getty Images Donald Trump, Ivana Trump, Mary Trump and Fred Trump in 1987 at The Plaza Hotel in New York City. Donald Trump, Ivana Trump, Mary Trump and Fred Trump in 1987 at The Plaza Hotel in New York City. Photo: Sonia Moskowitz, Getty Images According to the New York Times, Fred Trump supported his son in many of his projects including loans for converting the old Commodore Hotel into the Grand Hyatt and projects in … [Read more...] about Takeaways From The Times’ Investigation Into Trump’s Wealth
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a reset. In August, the Philadelphia sharpshooter finally pulled the plug. He erased his once-beloved social media apps—Twitter and Instagram. He deleted all of his accounts—including his private Instagram account that only his close family and friends knew about. All of it, gone. Why would an NBA player in 2018 do such a thing? "It's a dark place," he says of social media. "It's not a healthy place. It's not real. It's not a healthy place for ego"—he pauses slightly—"if we're talking about some Freudian shit. It's just this cycle of anger and validation and tribalism. It's scary, man." Not long ago, Redick says, he reflexively pulled up social media without thinking about it or even realizing it. Too often he caught himself staring into his phone around his wife and two young sons, constantly refreshing Business Insider, HoopsHype and Twitter to satiate what he calls "Information FOMO." (Redick also pays a monthly subscription to Basketball Reference to get an … [Read more...] about Is Social Media Addiction in the NBA Out of Control?
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Poll PUBLISHED: 17:33 26 September 2018 | UPDATED: 17:33 26 September 2018 Charlotte Smith-Jarvis Hard work saw Charlotte's daughter Ella earn £50 in one month doing household chores Picture: Charlotte Smith-Jarvis Archant Charlotte Smith-Jarvis thinks we need to make our children earn their pocket money. “Mum, I need the latest Fortnite skin. It’s only £7.99!”It was the last straw over the summer holidays. Not only was I having to listen to the endless heckling of my son and his friends yelling at one another over cyber space, but there was an expectation that because ‘soandso’ has the latest ‘skin’ (don’t ask), I should shell out too.And for what?That’s what I ended up asking myself. Why should I just hand over my hard-earned dough to my kids for games, make-up, toys and sweets at a whim? On this particular day I looked around the living room. Socks on the floor, creeping under the … [Read more...] about Pocket money – how much do parents in East Anglia pay out and is it bribery to make kids do chores?
AP At a time when the NFL remains focused on implementing safety changes that will trickle down to the lower levels of the sport, Cowboys owner Jerry Jones pushes the pendulum the other way. “The way I see our future is I see a real serious emphasis on youth football, amateur football,” Jones said Tuesday on 105.3 The Fan in Dallas, via the Fort Worth Star-Telegram. “I see it reflected at the high school level. And then a step above that will be the collegiate level, and I see a collegiate game that certainly has a lot of finesse in it, but is a great game and makes these kinds of adjustments we’re talking about. But when it comes to pro football, to use a boxing term, that’s when you put the six-ounce gloves on. That’s when you don’t want to fight with those 10-ounce or you don’t fight with those headgears.” Given the demise of boxing — fueled in part by the reality that repeated blows to the head triggered real and … [Read more...] about Is the time right for a true competitor to the NFL?