Who’s Going Down in the English Premier League?

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We caught up with the team over at Bet on Brazil and had something of a rambling conversation about next year’s Premier League results. Looking at the top end of the table, it’s certainly going to be very competitive. But who will slip back into the Championship? Here are some of the candidates:

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Five slot machine strategies that just work

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With the advent of technology, the gaming industry has taken a giant leap into the future.
Slot machines are no longer the “woman’s game,” as their men head to the so called “real” game stations. In fact, slots now garner such an enviable reputation among gaming enthusiasts that they’re said to account for almost 70% of all gaming revenues!

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Drink of the Week: Warday’s Cocktail

Warday's CocktailYou may wonder how I go about picking out the drinks here at DOTW. A lot of the time, it has something to do with what I’ve got laying around the palatial North Hollywood premises of Drink of the Week Manor. Occasionally, I look at the calendar, and sometimes, I simply stumble over something at random.

At times, though, my own life enters the picture to some extent. For example, I am actually writing these words while shoehorned into a Hawaiian Airlines jet and, guess what, last week’s drink was as well.

By the time you read this, however, I will be firmly in place at my annual geekboy retreat to Comic-Con and, so, the name “Warday’s Cocktail” leaped out at me from the pages of, once again, “The Savoy Cocktail Book.” Now, it occurred to me later that Warday is probably just some guy’s name, but right then, “Warday” seemed redolent of Silver Age Jack Kirby and Jim Starlin creations for both DC and Marvel. Also, the ingredients are mighty provocative.

Then, the daily news stepped in with events to dark too discuss within the confines of a cocktail blog. Best to just go with the idea that Warday was probably just the name of some enterprising bartender of the prohibition age or prior.

Moving rapidly along, while you could definitely argue that the name of today’s drink is in questionable judgment, the taste of this week’s drink is, at the very least, respectable and worth investigating. It definitely makes for an interesting combo and, I’m here to tell you that it can be just the thing after the end of a truly disturbing day or week.

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Five Items That Americans Overspend On

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It would seem like every American is in a rap video, cruising around in a yacht, throwing around money on expensive clothes and women. Americans are not rich, with the average person taking home under $45,000 per year in 2014 according to the Social Security Administration. Spending more than you are able to is not good for anyone; it can put you into debt that will take years to pay off, and set you back on being able to qualify to afford a new home or car, hurting your credit score in the process. So before you go joining Usher in Miami, take a look at some of the most common areas Americans have overspent on.

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#SmellEm If You Got ‘Em! All-access at the 2016 ESPYS and after-party

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I asked Cam Newton to teach me how to dab and this was his response.

In the first 15 minutes at the official after-party of the 2016 ESPYS, I shook Richard Sherman’s hand, met former Lakers’ player/coach Byron Scott and told him he got a raw deal after his recent firing, and got a selfie with former Detroit Pistons “bad boy” John Salley. The Spider’s body was made for selfies:

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