The biggest question for Pace and Nagy will be what to do with the quarterback position, after both struggled during the season. Mitchell Trubisky was benched for Nick Foles in Week 3, but Foles was mediocre in seven starts before the Bears handed the reins back to Trubisky. While Trubisky showed improvement against three bad defenses in December, he continued to show his limitations against winning teams in Green Bay and New Orleans. … [Read more...] about Despite Back-To-Back 8-8 Seasons, Bears Will Bring Back GM Ryan Pace And Head Coach Matt Nagy For 2021
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'John wrote this sexy song for her so naturally she should have it tattooed on her right?!!! And if you haven’t heard BIGGER LOVE John’s new album: listen it’s so good!' … [Read more...] about Chrissy Teigen glows as she slips off her dress to debut delicate back tattoo inspired by husband John Legend’s sexy song Ooh Laa
Nearly 20% of the estimated 3.9 million fast food workers in America are Black, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, though Black Americans make up just 13% of the US population. Umel said fast food companies that support King's legacy and want to continue his fight against institutional racism can start by increasing their workers' pay and letting them unionize. … [Read more...] about Fast food workers go on strike in honor of Martin Luther King Jr.
As if to prove the point that she can make anything sound like herself and no one else, Flo Milli has chosen to begin the new year with a song where she duets with Tevye the Milkman from Fiddler on the Roof. “Roaring 20s” is built around a sample of “If I Were a Rich Man,” where the 1964 musical’s main character imagines an escape from the dreary reality of life as a working-class Jew in early-20th-century Russia. For Flo Milli, this — like so much else — is a perfect opportunity to talk immaculate trash at anyone in listening range. … [Read more...] about Flo Milli’s ‘Roaring 20s’ Is an Absurdly Fun Song You Need to Know
How fast the channel will turn out to be remains to be seen. Earlier this week, Microsoft accidentally published an internal document that said that a move was going to be made to daily builds. This wasn't meant for public consumption, as it said that to access the daily builds, you had to log in to Windows with your Microsoft domain account—something that obviously most people don't have—but nonetheless raised the hope that the long period without any new builds would be coming to an end. … [Read more...] about Microsoft to step up the pace of delivering Windows 10 builds