Prank caller prompts Burger King staff to smash their own windows — Metro

Oh dear… (Picture: PA)The staff at this Burger King are either very safety-conscious or very gullible (or both). They smashed the windows of the fast food restaurant after receiving a prank call. A caller posing as a fireman rang the outlet in Coon Rapids, Minnesota, and claimed there had been a gas leak inside. Footage from…

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Dallas Cowboys 2016 Mock Draft

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Dallas Cowboys 2015 KEY NFL Rankings:

Offense: Points- 31st,  Yards-22nd, Pass yards-27th,  Rush yards-9th

Defense: Points-16th,  Yards-17th, Pass yards-5th, Rush yards-23rd

2016 DRAFT ORDER

1- 4- 4 Dallas
2- 3-34 Dallas
3- 4-67 Dallas
4- 3-101 Dallas
4-37-135 Dallas (Compensatory Selection)
6-14-189 Dallas from Oakland
6-37-212 Dallas (Compensatory Selection)
6-41-216 Dallas (Compensatory Selection)
6-42-217 Dallas (Compensatory Selection

With four picks in the 6th round, I wouldn’t be surprised to see Jerry Jones trade some of those picks to move up or down. But for this mock, I make a pick at every draft spot.

First Round:  Jalen Ramsey FS

If there is one repeating theme for the Cowboys secondary in recent years, it is they don’t have a safety who can cover receivers with any consistency. Ramsey who is also considered a possible CB, could be the answer at FS for Dallas where I think they will want to play him. The Cowboys did…

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Trump, the Vichy Republicans, and the “Condescending Benevolency” of a Brokered Convention

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Final-Say-600-LADuring last night’s Republican Townhall on CNN, the 3 remaining Primary Candidates, Donald J. Trump, Senator Ted Cruz, and Ohio Governor John Kasich, each vowed not to support the winner of the Primary Election…if it was not himself.

Given this, we may be headed toward a Brokered Republican Convention, , even if Trump receives the necessary votes to secure the Republican Nomination.

A perceived eventuality, which would please the Republican Establishment, and their chosen Vanguard, their failed 2012 Presidential Candidate, to no end.

After losing the Presidential Election in 2012, Former Massachusetts Governor and Legacy Member of the Republican Establishment, Willard “Mitt” Romney, was interviewed by the Boston Globe. During that interview, he proceeded to voice his disagreement for a position which, with Donald J. Trump well on his way to winning enough votes to secure the Republican Nomination as their Presidential Candidate, he is whole-heartedly supporting.

Romney, who…

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