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Check out our review of #Terminator #Genisys here
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In the latest installment of this science fiction film franchise, Mr. Schwarzenegger returns as a cyborg, it’s 1984 again, and Sarah Connor is at risk once more.
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It’s too bad that Jason Clarke — who plays John Connor and gives the character a visceral intensity of both a war-front warrior and a revolutionary on fire — isn’t in more scenes. Well, the movie is about Arnold Schwarzenegger and Arnold Schwarzenegger alone, what else was to be expected ! People will go to watch the movie to see his performance with a feeling of nostalgia. And nostalgia runs the Terminator franchise, as happens with other franchises too. So, enjoy the movie with a no-nonsense attitude.
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Breaking: Alexis Tsipras signals that Greece may accept many of the terms of a bailout package. http://nyti.ms/1gaLoud

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In a letter to the country’s creditors, the Greek prime minister said Athens was “prepared to accept” a deal with some modifications on contentious points like pension cuts and tax increases.
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Who Is Running for President (and Who's Not)?

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Chris Christie Enter Presidential Race

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New Jersey’s governor faces many hurdles in the 2016 race. But if his record seems wobbly, he’ll have to use his most prodigious asset: his personality.
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Women’s World Cup: United States Defeats China to Reach Semifinals

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Carli Lloyd’s goal in the 51st minute lifted the U.S. to another narrow victory, sending the team to the semifinals, where it will face Germany.
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The girls are coming!! Me too. ;-) 
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One of the Escapees, Richard Matt, Is Fatally Shot

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Richard W. Matt, one of the convicted murderers who staged an elaborate escape from New York’s largest prison nearly three weeks ago, was fatally shot on Friday.
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This life now is a big joke this world all for self it not safe anyway I'm gonna try to take care of myself cause they out to kill you in the world so they run out and buy the world of lies about whether you right or wrong answer never heard of the same thing
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England defender Laura Bassett lived a nightmare in the Women’s World Cup semifinal against Japan when she scored an own goal with seconds left.
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mmmm ichii chikas sigan q si se puede 
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Follow live updates from the USA vs Germany game of the Women's World Cup

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Game for game, women's soccer is more entertaining and pure than the men's spectacle of diving, playing not to lose, and bad attitudes. Yesterday's game between USA and Germany was by far one of the most entertaining games that I have ever seen. Watching Carli Lloyd step up her game and play a classic attacking midfielder game was breathe taking. It was like watching Gerrard in his prime, yes I'm making that comparison. It's a shame that people don't watch it or follow it with the same respect and it is certainly despicable that FIFA does not take it as seriously. Regardless, I watch because I love the game. I watch because the quality of players and the style of play is all out, playing to win. Something the men should learn from. Kudos to USWNT. 
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Misty Copeland Is Promoted to Principal Dancer at American Ballet Theater

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She becomes the first African-American female principal dancer in the company’s 75-year history.
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The unmanned Falcon 9 rocket, built by Space Exploration Technologies, was destined for the International Space Station with a load of cargo.
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Doing well thanks
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Gay Marriage Is a Right, Supreme Court Rules, 5-4

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The decision came against the backdrop of fast-moving changes in public opinion, with polls indicating that most Americans now approve of same-sex marriage.
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Factually, on North America the first laws of slavery include the sanctity of marriage as also life and its inclusion were to defend against the mechanisms of slavery and its cruel ways which entailed much butchery hanging lions in the trees, emasculating little babies boys then ritually marrying to another with sex attached, dividing the issue and making womans issue of it is hardly worth the value of any one's conscience. Matching two males was for the equality of strength that they be efficient slaves comforted unto their own and discreet appearing normal lives amongst others. And yes turning women into slaves of brothels and harems, and declitorizing them, too. Is that balanced enough. Equality issues came out in the 1960s and 1970s because the British ruling class of government in Africa supported slavery and its mechanisms of genocide and denied this was going on for years,  with their brand of America bashing has propagandized it to near death, and all those extra air craft carriers had even printing presses with anti American literature, its processes of justice and manners and customs, artfully and throughout all communications, upon them seized and witnessed by the American military. Indivisible under God are the laws of slavery upon North America, unfortunately no one seems to enforce those because of the media acting as the purveyor or messenger of the laws confusing it by divisive diatribe. Try to be supportive of America as it is grossly weakened, in mind and spirit and body and its place of sanctified rest. in Peace under God.
yours truly bernard louis liberto under God
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