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Brad Glenn

Brad Glenn
He was born in Tacoma, WA. He graduated from New York University with a degree in Computer Sciences, and now works for an international technology company in Texas. Alongside his day job, John enjoys blogging on tech sites and his personal blogs.

Hawks Lose Injured Korver For Remainder Of Playoffs

OFFICIAL RELEASE FROM ATLANTA HAWKS: KYLE KORVER INJURY UPDATE ATLANTA, GA —– Hawks guard/forward Kyle Korver suffered a right ankle injury with 1:01 remaining in the third quarter of last night’s game against the Cleveland Cavaliers. X-rays performed at Philips Arena last night were negative. A follow-up MRI and examination ...

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American Killed Battling ISIS: Father Says He Felt ‘Led by the Lord’

The father of Keith Broomfield, the American killed fighting alongside Kurdish forces in Syria, has said his son felt “led by the Lord” to go to the area. Speaking at a news conference outside the family house in Westminster, Massachusetts, Tom Broomfield mentioned when his son went to battle the ...

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How This NYPD Officer Saves Stray Kitten, Helps it Come across New Home

A New York police officer not only saved a stray cat, but also helped the adorable kitten obtain a loving dwelling. Police in Brooklyn responded Friday to a report of a tiny cat trapped underneath a minivan’s engine block, the New York Police Department said. The very first responding officers ...

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6 Things To Take Away From The Indians’ 5-2 Win Over The Reds

CLEVELAND (92.3 The Fan) – The Indians won their sixth straight game and swept the Reds in the three-game weekend series, beating Cincinnati on Sunday at Progressive Field, 5-2. Here are six things to take away from the Tribe’s victory: 1. Bauer’s big adjustment — Indians starter Trevor Bauer struggled a bit ...

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AP Source: Cardinals Allegedly Hacked Astros Player Database

Federal law enforcement authorities are investigating whether or not the St. Louis Cardinals illegally hacked into a computer database of the Houston Astros to receive data on players, a individual familiar with the scenario stated Tuesday in an unusual case involving two former division rivals in Main League Baseball. The ...

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UFC 188: Fabricio Werdum upsets Cain Velasquez for heavyweight title

MEXICO CITY — For the second time in 5 years, Fabricio Werdum has submitted the most effective heavyweight in the world. Werdum (20-5-1) shocked Cain Velasquez at UFC 188 on Saturday night, submitting the two-time UFC heavyweight champion at 2:13 of the third round by way of guillotine choke at ...

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