Bad Boys II

Bad Boys II is a 2003 American buddy cop action comedy film directed by Michael Bay, produced by Jerry Bruckheimer, and starring Martin Lawrence and Will Smith. A sequel to the 1995 film Bad Boys and the second installment in the Bad Boys series, the film follows detectives Burnett and Lowrey investigating the flow of ecstasy into Miami. Despite receiving generally negative reviews, the film was a box office success, grossing $270 million worldwide.

Eight years after the events of the first film, Miami Police Department (MPD) narcotics division detectives Marcus Burnett and Mike Lowrey are investigating the flow of ecstasy into the city, leading them to a Ku Klux Klan meeting and drug drop. The subsequent raid is botched, and in the firefight Mike accidentally shoots Marcus in the buttocks. The Klan members are not the distributors the MPD sought.

Marcus questions if he wants to remain partners with Mike. Meanwhile, Mike is concealing a relationship with Marcus’ sister, Syd. Syd, unbeknownst to both Mike and Marcus, is an undercover operative with the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA), laundering money for Russian gangsters, who distribute ecstasy on behalf of Cuban drug lord Johnny Tapia.

While transporting money between the Russians and Tapia, Syd is attacked by a Haitian gang trying to steal the money. Mike and Marcus inadvertently stumble into the action, and an intense firefight and car chase ensues, devastating the local area and enraging Police Captain Conrad Howard. Marcus and Mike discover Syd’s involvement, and Capt. Howard demands they find the supplier of ecstasy.

Marcus and Mike confront the Haitian gang, killing several, and learn from the leader that a local mortuary is possibly being used by Tapia as a front for money laundering. The pair penetrate Tapia’s mansion disguised as pest exterminators, and discover that Tapia has eliminated some of his Russian distributors and has begun to court Syd, still undercover with the DEA, for distribution.

The detectives locate the boat used for drug smuggling after forcing an arrested Klan member to its location, observe a morgue van make a rendezvous with it, and give chase unsuccessfully. Mike and Marcus infiltrate Tapia’s mortuary disguised as ambulance workers, and learn that he is using dead bodies to smuggle drugs and money. When the pair are almost discovered, Marcus accidentally ingests some of the ecstasy and Mike orders the disguised officers outside the building to crash an ambulance into it, creating a diversion.

The mortuary and Tapia’s mansion are raided, the drugs and money intercepted by the U.S. Coast Guard. However, during the raid a vengeful Russian gangster, Alexei, violently storms the mansion on his own, intending to avenge his murdered friends. Alexei is shot by the police, while Tapia discovers Syd, kidnapping her and taking her to Cuba.

With Syd held prisoner in Tapia’s compound and guarded by the Cuban military, the drug lord demands the return of his money in exchange for Syd’s life. Mike and Marcus, with a team of volunteers from S.W.A.T. and the DEA, assault Tapia’s compound, rescuing Syd, and destroying the building.

The group flee, an infuriated Tapia in pursuit, which ends in a minefield outside U.S. Naval Station Guantanamo Bay, where Tapia holds Mike at gunpoint, with guards at the naval station threatening them. Syd distracts Tapia by killing one of his men and Marcus shoots Tapia, whose body falls onto a mine and explodes.

Later, at the Burnett house, Marcus finally makes peace with Mike dating Syd, and the pair re-affirm their partnership.

The film received negative reviews for its excessive and graphic violence, long running time, misogynistic depiction of women, and bloated plot.

On Rotten Tomatoes, the film has a 23% approval rating, based on 177 reviews, with an average rating of 4.1/10. The site’s critical consensus reads, “Two and a half hours of explosions and witless banter”.

Roger Ebert of the Chicago Sun-Times gave the film one out of a possible four stars, especially offended by one scene involving a teenage boy and the use of the word nigga, saying, “The needless cruelty of this scene took me out of the movie and into the minds of its makers. What were they thinking? Have they so lost touch with human nature that they think audiences will like this scene?” On an episode of At the Movies with Ebert & Roeper, film critic Richard Roeper named Bad Boys II the worst film of 2003.

Among the more positive reviews was Seattle Post-Intelligencer critic Ellen A. Kim, who wrote that the film was “mindlessly fun… If you like this type of movie, that is.” The film was also praised by a few critics and viewers for its deftly handled action sequences and visual effects.

The film was a financial success. It made $138,608,444 in North America and $134,731,112 in other territories, totaling $273,339,556 worldwide — almost twice the gross of the original film.

At the 2004 MTV Movie Awards, the film was nominated for “Best Action Sequence” for the inter-coastal freeway pursuit and “Best On-Screen Team”, but lost to The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King and 50 First Dates, respectively.

Bad Boys II was nominated at the 2nd Annual Visual Effects Society Awards (VES) for “Outstanding Supporting Visual Effects in a Motion Picture”.

A video game version of the film, known as Bad Boys: Miami Takedown in North America, was released in 2004 on the PlayStation 2, Xbox, GameCube and Windows. Originally planned for release in late 2003 (to tie in with the film’s DVD release), the game was pushed back several months. The game failed to deliver any sort of sales or critical acclaim due to poor development; it was given low ratings from many game websites.

In June 2008 sports jerseys for kids, Bay stated that he may direct Bad Boys III, but that the greatest obstacle to the potential sequel would be the cost, as he and Will Smith demand some of the highest salaries in the film industry. By August 2009, Columbia Pictures had hired Peter Craig to write the script for Bad Boys III. In February 2011, Martin Lawrence reiterated that the film was in development. In June 2014, Bruckheimer announced that screenwriter David Guggenheim was working on the storyline for the sequel. Two months later, Lawrence said a script had been written and parts had been cast. By June 2015, director Joe Carnahan was in early talks to write and possibly direct the film. Two months later, Sony Pictures Entertainment announced that Bad Boys III would be released on February 17, 2017, and that additional sequel, Bad Boys IV meat tenderizers natural, is scheduled for release on July 3, 2019. On March 5, 2016, the film was pushed to June 2, 2017. Producers plan to begin production in early 2017. On August 11, 2016, the film was pushed back once again to January 12, 2018, to avoid box office competition with the upcoming DC Comics film Wonder Woman stainless steel toddler water bottle, and retitled Bad Boys for Life. Lawrence revealed on Jimmy Kimmel Live! that filming may start in March 2017. On February 6, 2017, it was announced that the film’s release date has been delayed for the third time, to November 9, 2018. On March 7, 2017, Carnahan left the movie due to scheduling conflicts. In August 2017, Sony removed the third film from their release schedule and later in the month Lawrence said the film wouldn’t be happening.

Homer Jones (American football)

Homer Carroll Jones (born February 18, 1941 in Pittsburg, Texas) is a former American football wide receiver, who played for the National Football League’s New York Giants from 1964 to 1969, and for the Cleveland Browns in 1970

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Six-foot-two and weighing 220 pounds, Jones was a cousin of Hall of Fame receiver Charley Taylor of the Washington Redskins and Browns’ defensive end Joe Jones.

Jones attended Texas Southern College (now Texas Southern University), a historically black college, and starred in track and field as well as football, running the 100-yard and 220-yard dashes. He was drafted in 1963 by his hometown team, the Houston Oilers of the American Football League, but suffered a knee injury in training camp and was cut.

The Giants offered Jones a bus ticket to New York and payment for knee surgery. Known as “Rhino” to his teammates, he wore uniform number 45 in New York. Having seen players such as Giant teammate Frank Gifford and Green Bay Packers star Paul Hornung celebrate touchdowns by throwing the ball to fans in the stands, Jones decided to come up with his own post-touchdown maneuver. In a 1965 game, he scored a touchdown and threw the football down hard into the end zone. He called the move a “spike”, and modern post-touchdown celebrations, including “touchdown dances”, are said to have evolved from Jones’ invention of spiking the ball.

In 1967, Jones had his best season, catching 49 passes for 1,209 yards, an average of 24.7 yards per catch, and 13 touchdowns, leading the NFL in receiving touchdowns. He was second in the league in combined rushing and receiving yards from scrimmage, behind Leroy Kelly of the Browns. He made the NFL’s Pro Bowl that season and the next.

In January 1970, Jones was traded to the Browns in exchange for running back Ron Johnson and veteran defensive lineman Jim Kanicki. The Browns were in the market for a new wide receiver after having traded all-pro Paul Warfield to the Miami Dolphins.

In the team’s first game of the 1970 NFL season on September 21, 1970 Cleveland Municipal Stadium, Jones returned the second-half kickoff against the New York Jets for a touchdown, a key play in the Browns’ 31-21 win over the Jets in front of 85,703 fans. The crowd, officially the largest crowd in Browns’ history, was a part of NFL history that evening in the first game ever played on ABC’s Monday Night Football.

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Jones finished his career with 224 receptions for 4,986 yards all football shirts, an average of 22.3 yards per catch, and 38 touchdowns (36 receiving, one rushing, one kick return). His yard per catch ranks number one for all N.F.L. players in a career with at least 200 receptions.

Condado de Elliott

El condado de Elliot (en inglés: Elliot County) es un condado en el estado estadounidense de Kentucky. En el censo de 2000 el condado tenía una población de 6.748 habitantes. La sede de condado es Sandy Hook.​ El condado fue formado el 1 de abril de 1869 a partir de porciones de los condados de Carter running light belt, Lawrence y Morgan. Fue nombrado en honor a John Milton Elliott, un representante de Kentucky.

Según la Oficina del Censo, el condado tiene un área total de 609 km² (235 sq mi), de la cual 606 km² (234 sq mi) es tierra y 3 km² (1 sq mi) (0,53%) es agua.

En el censo​ de 2000, hubo 6.748 personas, 2.638 hogares y 1.925 familias residiendo en el condado. La densidad poblacional era de 29 personas por milla cuadrada (11/km²). En el 2000 habían 3.107 unidades unifamiliares en una densidad de 13 por milla cuadrada (5/km²). La demografía del condado era de 99,04% blancos, 0,03% afroamericanos, 0,07% amerindios, 0,01% isleños del Pacífico, 0,01% de otras razas y 0,83% de dos o más razas. 0,59% de la población era de origen hispano o latino de cualquier raza.

La renta promedio para un hogar del condado era de $21.014 y el ingreso promedio para una familia era de $27 fabric lint remover.125. En 2000 los hombres tenían un ingreso medio de $29.593 versus $20.339 para las mujeres. La renta per cápita para el condado era de $12.067 y el 25,90% de la población estaba bajo el umbral de pobreza nacional.

Adam Collin

Adam James Collin (born 9 December 1984) is an English goalkeeper who plays for Notts County.

Born in Penrith, Cumbria, Collin started his career as a professional footballer with Newcastle United as a youngster. He did not feature in the Newcastle first team, but was named as a substitute on a number of occasions. He then had spells on loan at Doncaster Rovers and Oldham Athletic before being released by Newcastle in the summer of 2004.

Workington assistant manager Tony Elliott, a former goalkeeper but at the time not attached to the club, recommended him to Workington manager Tommy Cassidy. Collin was added to the Reds squad just before the start of the 2004–05 season as cover for Neil Thompson. As Thompson was suspended for the first match of the new season, Collin made his debut in Reds 4–0 home win over Matlock Town. Collin kept clean sheets in each of his first four matches to establish himself as first choice goalkeeper.

He was sent off in 1–0 away defeat at Hyde United in April 2005, for handball outside the penalty area. His suspension was overturned after a video proved he was inside the area, he was the first Workington player to have a suspension quashed in such a manner. Collin saved three penalties in a shoot-out against Farsley Celtic on 17 May 2005, Workington won 6–5 to win promotion to the Conference North.

Collin made 41 starts during the 2005–06 season and a further 42 during the 2006–07 season.

Collin started to train with Carlisle United twice a week in December 2008, and did enough to secure the offer of a permanent contract in February 2009, joining the club at the end of the 2008–09 season.

Collin made his debut for Carlisle United in the 2009–10 Football League Trophy Northern Section First Round best soccer uniforms, in the 2–2 draw with Morecambe on 1 September 2009. Carlisle won after a penalty shoot-out. He played again, in the Northern Section Second Round of the same tournament on 6 October how can i tenderize steak, in Carlisle’s 4–2 home victory over Macclesfield Town.

Collin then went on to be selected in Carlisle’s first team on a regular basis, and saved the penalty that took the Cumbrians to Wembley for the final of the 2010 Football League Trophy.

Adam Collin’s run of 146 consecutive starts ended when he was displaced in favour of Mark Gillespie in Carlisle’s Football League Cup tie against Preston North End on 4 September 2012. He regained his place in the starting line-up in November 2012, missing 13 first team games in two months. Subsequently, Adam lost his starting place due to Carlisle’s policy of goalkeeper rotation and was released in May 2013.

On 23 May 2013, Collin agreed to sign for fellow League One side Rotherham United, in preference to pursuing interest from Scottish Premier League and English Championship clubs.

On 25 May 2014, Collin gained promotion to the English Football League Championship with Rotherham United, after a heroic display in the Play-Off Final at Wembley. After trailing Leyton Orient by two goals to nil, Rotherham United fought back to level, before Collin saved two penalties – to maintain his 100% record over seven penalty shoot-outs, saving at least two penalties during each shoot-out.

Collin has been ever present in the starting line up at Rotherham United since taking over as preferred goalkeeper from Scott Shearer.

Throughout the start of the 2014–15 season, Collin was a pivotal member of the Rotherham side that maintained unlikely survival in the Championship, despite a late 3 point deduction, and a sizeable gulf in the budgets available at Rotherham and their fellow competitors. Collin was the main starter for Steve Evans as he picked him over Scott Loach and loan signing Emiliano Martinez of Arsenal and despite some dip in form towards the latter stages of the season, being replaced by Martinez in particular, played 36 times in the league and once in the FA Cup and was even named in an article in The Guardian as one of the Football League Championship’s six most influential players.

At the start of the 2015–16 season, Collin was relegated to second choice keeper, with first Kelle Roos and later Lee Camp being chosen ahead of him. He made just two first team appearances, and on 15 January 2016, he was allowed to join Aberdeen on loan for the remainder of the season. He played three times for Aberdeen before returning to Rotherham.

On 15 June 2016, Collin signed for Notts County.


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Matt Toomua

Matt Toomua (nacido en Melbourne el 2 de enero de 1990) es un jugador de rugby australiano, que juega de apertura o centro interior para la selección de rugby de Australia y, actualmente (2015) para los Brumbies de el Super Rugby.

Nacido en Melbourne de padre samoano y madre neozelandesa de ascendencia europea, Toomua se trasladó a Brisbane donde jugó en su equipo de fútbol junior con Logan City antes de acudir al Brisbane State High School. En 2006 lideró al equipo de Queensland II a su primer título del Campeonato de Escuelas Nacionales de Australia, logrando todos los puntos de su equipo en su victoria final 14–13 sobre NSW II en Sídney. Compitiendo con gente como los más expertos aperturas Kurtley Beale (NSW) y Quade Cooper de Queensland, Toomua fue seleccionado para el equipo Australia A que derrotó 22-18 al equipo de Tonga sub-18. Dos meses más tarde, capitaneó a los Queensland Red hasta las finales de los nacionales sub-16 en Sídney.[cita requerida]

En 2013, los Brumbies seleccionaron a Toomua como apertura.​ En el primer partido con los Brumbies de la temporada de Super Rugby 2013, Lealiifano se movió a la posición de centro interior;​ y tanto Toomua como Lealiifano jugaron los 80 minutos para ayudar a los Brumbies a derrotar a los Reds.​ Durante el choque de semifinales contra el equipo sudafricano, los Bulls en Loftus Versfeld de Pretoria, Toomua ayudó a preparar el ensayo ganador al centro exterior Tevita Kuridrani en los minutos finales del juego, ayudando a los Brumbies a ganar 26–23 que había también guiado al equipo al partido de la gran final contra los Chiefs.

Después de una excelente temporada de Super Rugby con los Brumbies en 2013, Toomua fue incluido en la selección de rugby de Australia que jugaría el Rugby Championship 2013. El 18 de agosto, hizo su debut con los Wallabies en el ANZ Stadium de Sídney enfrentándose al entonces campeón mundial, los All Blacks en el primer partido de la Bledisloe Cup 2013. Se convirtió en el primer jugador australiano que debutaba como titular frente a los All Blacks desde Rod Kafer. Estuvo 60 minutos en el campo, antes de ser sustituido por Quade Cooper.

Después de perder el partido de la Bledisloe Cup en Sídney, Ewen McKenzie lo conservó como apertura en el segundo partido de la Bledisloe Cup en el Westpac Stadium en la capital de Nueva Zelanda, Wellington. Sin embargo, los Wallabies terminaron perdiendo 16–27, y los All Blacks ganaron la copa de 2013. Después de ese partido, Toomua volvió al banquillo para el resto del Rugby Championship de 2013, y Quade Cooper reclamó el jersey de apertura n.º 10.

El 19 de octubre, Toomua fue seleccionado como centro interior para un tercer choque de la Bledisloe Cup en el Forsyth Barr Stadium de Dunedin. Logró un ensayo a nivel de test en la segunda mitad del partido.[cita requerida] Los Wallabies perdieron 33–41.

En la gira de primavera de los Wallabies por Europa dry pack cell phone case, el entrenador McKenzie lo seleccionó como centro interior para los choques contra Inglaterra (donde anotó el único ensayo para los Wallabies en ese partido), Italia y Irlanda. En el calentamiento para el enfrentamiento contra Escocia, Toomua se lesionó el tendón al entrenar lo que le impidió jugar el resto de los partidos de la gira de primavera exercise waist pouch.

Seleccionado para la Copa Mundial de Rugby de 2015, intervino en la aplastante victoria 65-3 frente a Uruguay; Toomua anotó uno de los once ensayos de su equipo.​

Toomua está de pareja con la estrella internacional de cricket y fútbol Ellyse Perry. En agosto de 2014 le propuso matrimonio​ y se casaron en diciembre 2015.


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Tower Hill

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La colline fut d’ailleurs l’un des plus anciens endroits à être habités dans la capitale, puisque des fouilles révélèrent une occupation dès l’âge du bronze. Plus tard, un village romain y sera construit, puis incendié lors de la révolte de Boadicée soccer t shirt design ideas. On y trouvera également des fragments d’architecture romane datant des années 680

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Wilfrid Hodges

Wilfrid Augustine Hodges, FBA (born 27 May 1941) is a British mathematician, known for his work in model theory.

Hodges was Professor of Mathematics at Queen Mary, University of London from 1987 to 2006, and is the author of books on logic.

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In 2009 he was elected a Fellow of the British Academy.

Wilfrid Hodges’ books are written in an informal style. The “Notes on Notation” in his book “Model theory” end with the following characteristic sentence:

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Only first editions are listed.

Collision in Korea


Collision in Korea (평화를 위한 평양 국제 체육 및 문화축전), oder auch Kollision in Korea, war ein zweitägiger Wrestlingevent, das vom 28. bis 29 create football shirt. April 1995 in der Hauptstadt Nordkoreas, Pjöngjang, stattfand. Die Veranstaltung hieß eigentlich Pyongyang International Sports and Culture Festival for Peace, wurde aber von der WCW für die US-amerikanische Ausstrahlung umbenannt. Austragungsort war das Stadion Erster Mai, welches sich im Stadtbezirk Chung-guyŏk auf der Insel Rungna befindet.

Ausgetragen wurde es von der World Championship Wrestling (WCW) und der New Japan Pro Wrestling (NJPW). In den Vereinigten Staaten wurde der Event am 4. August 1995 ausgestrahlt, als WCW acht der insgesamt 15 Matches im Rahmen eines Pay-per-Views als Collision in Korea ausstrahlte.

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