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Ebooks Vs. Paper Books: The Pros and Cons

Not to mention scratches, dropping them, and so on. In general, ebooks suffer from other cons as well: They’re not readily available, and format wars are making the decision to buy a reader very difficult. If you spill <insert beverage of choice> on them, chances are that’s the end of your reader. There are a… Continue reading Ebooks Vs. Paper Books: The Pros and Cons

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“I’m not pro sports gambling. I’m just a realist.”

“We’re still in the monitoring stage,” he says. Actually establishing a legal framework is another. So were politicians. “In light of these domestic and global trends,” he wrote, “the laws on sports betting should be changed. And someone who’s a realist in the business. In 2013, $1.05 billion was wagered legally on basketball, combining the… Continue reading “I’m not pro sports gambling. I’m just a realist.”

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New Jersey allows sports betting

Christie said at the time disagreed with the court decision but feels the law is “sacrosanct.” The park built a sports bar last year that was designed to be transformed into a sports book quickly if sports betting were legalized. But those actions ran up against the 1992 Professional and Amateur Sports Protection Act, enacted… Continue reading New Jersey allows sports betting

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Rules about steroid use in U.S. sport | Reuters

The second positive test would result in suspension for at least eight games. A third positive results in a one-year playing ban. Each week during the regular season, 10 players on every team are randomly selected to be tested. In addition, random testing is conducted while preseason games are played. A second positive results in… Continue reading Rules about steroid use in U.S. sport
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