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Sporting News: As long as Daniel Snyder owns the Washington Redskins, the team he loves will always be called the Washington Redskins.
Snyder told USA Today this week that even though Native American groups and political groups continue to push for the NFL franchise to change its name, his team will continue to be called Redskins.
Despite the criticism of Redskins as a team nickname, Daniel Snyder said it will never be changed, and went on to say you can put NEVER in all caps!
"We will never change the name of the team. As a lifelong Redskins fan, and I think that the Redskins fans understand the great tradition and what it's all about and what it means, so we feel pretty fortunate to be just working on next season," he said.
Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III supports Snyder. He took to Twitter to respond to the recent criticism over the team's name...
In a land of freedom we are held hostage by the tyranny of political correctness— Robert Griffin III (@RGIII) April 30, 2013
Tyranny- "a condition imposed by some outside agency or force <living under the tyranny of the clock" or political correctness....— Robert Griffin III (@RGIII) April 30, 2013
A survey of 2,000 people in the UK revealed 50 things you must do in order to live life to the fullest. The list includes a wide variety of things like having a one-night stand, losing weight, starting a family, going bungee jumping, traveling and paying off debts. Of course, it’s easier said than done- 65% of people admit they don’t live life to the fullest because they can’t afford it, while almost 40% simply don’t have the time. To that end, life is short…if you’re going to tackle this list, you better start now!
Here’s the full list:
1. Stop worrying about money
2. Stop worrying about what other people think
3. Take two holidays a year
4. Enjoy little comforts in life
5. Experience different cultures
6. Work to live rather than live to work
7. Pay off all debts
8. Be true to yourself
9. Concentrate on what you have instead of what you don't have
10.Use money on experiences rather than saving for a rainy day
11. Make time for family and friends
12. Try all types of food
13. Find true love
14. Travel to at least 25 different foreign countries
15. Go outside more
16. Learn a new language
17. Be well thought of by family and friends
18. Help a member of your family out when they really need it
19. Lose a stone (14 lbs.) in weight
20. Treat each day like it's your last
21. Visit all of Britain's historical landmarks
22. Book an impulsive last minute holiday
23. Volunteer for a good cause
24. Take up a challenge
25. Go on safari
26. Blow a load of money in one shopping trip, just because you can
27. Learn a new instrument
28. Be married for longer than 20 years
29. Have enough money left for the grandchildren to enjoy
30. Start a family
31. Earn more than your age
32. Have a pet
33. Drive a really fast car
34. Travel alone
35. Be able to keep the kids on the straight and narrow
36. Meet strangers
37. Move away from home to an unfamiliar place
38. Have a one night stand
39. Pass your driving test
40. Get a degree
41. Rescue someone so that you're a hero for a little while
42. Date someone exciting but completely wrong for you
43. Get a promotion
44. Reach the desired career peak by age 40
45. Have an all-night drinking session
46. Perform something on stage in front of others
47. Kiss a stranger
48. Plan a surprise party
49. Embark on adrenaline packed activities such as sky diving or bungee jumping
50. Spend time with children even if they aren't yours
The world of Honey Boo Boo is seldom dull, and on Sunday, the family celebrated her mama's WEDDING!
Mama June tied the Knot with her Sugar Bear at their Georgia home. She wore a camo gown. After the ceremony, guests were treated to a backyard barbeque.
Photos from the wedding were posted on YouTube:
Dash cam video from REESE WITHERSPOON'S arrest last month in Atlanta hit the web yesterday, and it's pretty awesome.
The clip shows Reese's husband Jim Toth already in cuffs, when Reese pops into the picture and tries to get involved. By this time the cop has obviously already had enough of her, because he cuffs her and puts her in his car.
Along the way, Reese delivers some classic lines, such as . . .
"I'm a U.S. citizen. I am allowed to stand on American ground and ask any question I want to ask."
"This is beyond. This is beyond. This is harassment. I have done NOTHING against the law."
"I have to obey your orders?"
"I'm obstructing your justice? Really? I'm being anti-American? Wow . . . interesting."
But the BEST part of the video is the very end, after Reese is safely tucked away in the backseat of the squad car.
Jim tells the cop, quote, "I'm sorry. I had nothing to do with that." (!!!)
And for the record . . . when Reese says "Do you know my name?" and "You're about to find out who I am," she's DEFINITELY trying to play the fame card. She wasn't just offering her name to be helpful.
According to a survey of happy couples by Zoosk.com, here are eight things you should do if you want a successful relationship:
1. Share responsibilities: Four out of five happy couples share decision-making . . . two out of three share financial decisions . . . and two in three split chores evenly.
2. Have lots of sex: Three out of five couples said they have sex at least twice a week . . . one in three have it at least four times a week . . . and 16% of couples do it EVERY DAY.
3. Be affectionate when you're NOT having sex: 69% of happy couples kiss each other and show affection several times a day.
4. Be honest: 70% are always honest with each other . . . and don't even tell little white lies.
5. Stay in shape: Three in four couples say it's important to be in shape . . . and 18% say their partner's physical appearance is the thing they're most attracted to.
6. Don't talk about politics: 37% of happy couples say they NEVER talk about politics . . . and another 47% rarely talk about it.
7. Be the same religion: 71% of happy couples have the same religious beliefs.
8. Communicate: 72% have in-depth conversations about work . . . life . . . and family on a regular basis.