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There's A Call Of Duty: WW2-Branded Motorcycle, And It Actually Looks Awesome

The Call of Duty series is no stranger to bizarre or unique promotions–you may have seen a Call of Duty-branded Jeep driving around in the past. Recently, publisher Activision announced that Call of Duty: WWII features another wild promotion, and this one is actually pretty cool. Activision has partnered with motorcycle manufacturer Indian to create a real-world, Call of Duty: WWII promotional bike. However, it’s not a normal modern-day, souped-up motorcycle: this one is styled after Indian bikes that were used during the war by the United States Army. The ...

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Follow live: Verlander looks to hold Yankees at bay, force a Game 7

There has been a lot of speculation on if Joe Girardi wants to return as the Yankee manager for next year or not. As he has stated in the past, Girardi has said that, after the season concludes, he will sit down with his family, allowing his wife and three children to weigh in on his decision. In his office prior to Game 6, I asked Girardi how they like October, Girardi said, “They love it.” Andrew Marchand, ESPN Senior Writer Let’s block ads! (Why?) www.espn.com – TOP

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Star Trek Discovery Looks Like a Good Show. Too Bad So Few Can Watch It.

This site may earn affiliate commissions from the links on this page. Terms of use. Star Trek Discovery debuted Sunday night to generally strong reviews. The show had a troubled path to launch, with delays and showrunners bowing out. Earlier this month, CBS announced it wouldn’t allow anyone to publish reviews of the TV show before it aired. Normally when a network or studio refuses to allow critics to review a TV show or film beforehand, it’s a sign it knows its own content is awful, but it’s hoping to ...

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Lamar Jackson looks to take next playoff step against Clemson

Sep 14, 2017 After just two weeks, three blockbuster nonconference games have already impacted the College Football Playoff race. No. 2 Oklahoma earned what could end up being the best nonconference win of the season at then-No. 2 Ohio State. That was a true road game against what could be the Big Ten champion. No. 1 Alabama‘s season-opening win over No. 11 Florida State in Atlanta will continue to carry weight with the selection committee because the Seminoles were at full strength and had starting quarterback Deondre Francois for the ...

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JCPenney looks to cash in on Christmas catalog nostalgia with in-store toy shops

America’s top retailers in trouble Department stores may be limping along, but one legacy retailer is hoping it’s found a lifeline: Toys. JCPenney announced on Thursday that it plans to open toy shops inside all of its brick-and-mortar locations. The idea is to cash in on nostalgia. JCPenney has a “history of selling sought-after toys in our early Christmas catalogs,” company executive John Tighe said in a statement. The company quietly tested out a bolstered toy selection in its stores last holiday season and was “extremely pleased” with the response, ...

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AMD Looks to Crush Intel’s Xeon With New Epyc Server Chips

AMD has officially launched its new Epyc server CPU family in a bid to take the fight directly to the top of Intel’s highly profitable Xeon product lines. These chips are built on the same fundamental architecture as the company’s Ryzen CPU cores, and they’re aimed at the incredibly powerful data center market. AMD’s 32-core / 64-thread Epyc CPUs combine four eight-core dies, each connected to the other via the company’s Infinity Fabric. According to AMD, this approach is significantly cheaper than trying to pack 32 cores into a single ...

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Lloyd Blankfein tweets again — and it looks like he's got the hang of it

Top CEOs to Trump: You’re wrong on climate change When your very first tweet reverberates around the world, how do you follow it up? For Lloyd Blankfein, the answer was a bold call for American leadership. And emojis. Two of them. The Goldman Sachs CEO used his first-ever tweet on Thursday to denounce President Trump’s decision to leave the Paris climate agreement. He called it a setback for the environment and America’s position in the world. Blankfein created his account in 2011, but waited six years to say something with ...

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Investors take a breather; Cisco looks sick; Walmart earnings

Click chart for in-depth premarket data. 1. Take a deep breath: Investors are taking stock after markets took a big tumble on Wednesday, unnerved by events at the White House. U.S. stock futures are holding steady right now. The Dow Jones industrial average and S&P 500 dropped 1.8% and the Nasdaq was down 2.6% on Wednesday, as a series of scandals engulfing the Trump administration prompted investors to hit the sell button. Trump’s presidency has helped lift stocks for months based on expectations that he’ll cut taxes and regulations and ...

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Paul McCartney Is In Pirates 5 And This Is What He Looks Like

We have known for a while now that Beatles singer/bassist Paul McCartney has a role in the upcoming Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales. Now, the famous musician has posted a picture of himself in costume–and it’s pretty incredible. It’s not immediately clear what role McCartney is playing, but he will apparently appear in a scene not originally planned. Directors Joachim Ronning and Espen Sandberg have elected to add another “big set-piece” scene, and it is here that the Rock and Roll Hall of Famer and 21-time ...

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