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Kayley Loveridge November 3, 2016, 14:49 November 10, 2017 Major League baseball team, the Chicago Cubs, won the championship title last night for the first time in 108 years. The win came in against the Cleveland Indians after 10 innings and a close final score of 8-7.

 After an agonizing 17-minute delay during the game caused by the rain, the Cubs did not disappoint when they ran back onto the field where pitcher Mike Montgomery got the final out.
Cleveland had been playing to win the crown since their last championship win since 1948.

Fans have half-joked about the “curse of the billy goat” finally being lifted from the team as they celebrated this monumental win. “The curse of the billy goat” story story that alleges the owner of the Billy Goat Tavern, Billy Sanis, was kicked out of a Chicago Cubs game in 1945 after the foul odour of his pet goat was disturbing surrounded fans.essay tigers discount
Appalled and outraged, Billy cursed the Cubs, promising they would never win a world series game again.

The last time the Chicago Cubs were crowned champions in the world series was way back in 1908 where they beat the Detroit Tigers 4-1. Chicago Cubs’ first baseman, Anthony Rizzo, is reported to have said, “Chicago, it happened. We did it, we’re world champions.” The team’s fans gathered outside Wrigley Field in Chicago in huge celebration of this monumental win.

Among the team’s diehard fans included Presidential candidate, Hillary Clinton who watched the game via an aide’s iPad in Arizona while Amy Schumer and Bill Murray were actually present at the game. President Barack Obama took to twitter to congratulate the winning team, inviting them to the White House in celebration. His tweet said: “It happened: @Cubs win World Series.

That’s change even this South Sider can believe in. Want to come to the White House before I leave?” A congratulatory tweet also heralded from space station, NASA, who honored the champions with a photo of Chicago taken from space.
Brittney Elkins May 8, 2012, 22:47 May 8, 2012 Queen Latifah is set to headline this year’s annual Long Beach Lesbian Gay Pride Festival on May 19, causing many to question whether or not the actress-singer is gay herself.

The Inquisitrcame out with a story today with the headline Queen Latifah Comes Out of The Closet, but did she?
In a press release, the Co-President of the festival had this to say about the excitement of having Queen Latifah headline the festival: “From hip hop to RB, pop to standards, Queen Latifah is the voice of our generation, and her concert here will be phenomenal, for her to make her worldwide Pride debut here in Long Beach is a tremendous testament to the popularity of our celebration and to the strength of our community.” Blogger David Badash wrote on the siteThe New Civil Rights Movementthat to say Queen Latifah just came out of the closet is irresponsible. “Queen Latifah will be headlining the Long beach Lesbian Gay Pride Festival later this month—just as other famous (and straight) celebrities have headlined and performed at gay pride festivals and parades in years past,” Badash wrote.

Badash went on to urge journalists who have reported today that Queen Latifah “has come out of the closet” to remember that coming out is a personal choice, and it’s unfair to pressure someone to come out or to say someone has come out when they have not.
Rumors have circulated for years as to whether or not Queen Latifah is a lesbian or not.

Queen Latifah has never commented about her sexuality publicly; although, it was rumored that she ended a long-term relationship with Jeanette Jenkins, president of Hollywood Trainer fitness, in 2011. Other rumors have linked Queen Latifah to a new woman recently.
However, female artists frequently headline Pride festivals. Whitney Houston, Nicki Minaj, Katy Perry, and Jennifer Lopez have all taken stages at Pride festivals and led Pride parades.

So why is Queen Latifah taking all the heat? Now rumors are circulating on the internet that the Long Beach Pride Festival could be a coming out party for Queen Latifah.
Maybe she will make some sort of announcement, or maybe the 42 year-old will continue with her life sans-comment, and live as she likes.

It’s not what Queen Latifah will say at the event that got her the spot, it’s her killer vocals. Her decade-plus standoff with the press—who has continually speculated is she or isn’t she?—in which she has declined to play their games probably raised her up in the eyes of the LGBT community as well.
So it’s more likely that the actress-singer will avoid a big announcement and leave us all to mind our own business when it comes to others’ personal affairs.

Editorial Staff May 20, 2014, 13:03 November 15, 2017 With things happening like “selfie” being placed in the Webster dictionary as a legitimate word, it is no secret that this is a generation that thrives on the Internet. If a social networking site goes down for more than two minutes, the world goes into a collective panic that is usually reserved for a life or death situation.

The Internet has become an addiction, but thankfully there are sites like Stop Procrastinating that acts as our sober counselor to help us kick the habit of constantly checking BuzzFeed for the latest quiz, when we have a 10 page paper due the next morning that counts for half of our Psychology 201 grade.
Available on Mac and Windows, Webtrate keeps it simple, yet effective.

After installation, a blue screen appears that poses the question, “How long do you want to concentrate without access to the web?” You have the option to be without distractions from the internet from 1 minute to the longest option of 23 hours and 59 minutes, which to most people is like a decade without having access to the Internet.
Stop Procrastinating then gives you three options.

The first option is for the person who isn’t quite a web junkie, but thinks they have some sort of self-control. This option allows you to pick a time that you will be without Internet, however if you restart your computer during the time you have allotted yourself, you will be able to access the Internet again once it turns back on.
Option 2 is for those of us who swear we are going to do our paper, but end up staring at kitten videos for 2 hours.

  Even if you restart your computer during Option 2, you will not be able to access the Internet until the time allotted is over. So if you pick the 23 hour and 59 minute option, then realize you can’t resist the urge to go on Youtube, then you are out of luck.
Option 3 is for those who would need the Internet for research, but would block certain sites that would cause you to be distracted.

For instance, you could put Facebook, Twitter and Youtube on the “blacklist” if these are your vices, and leave everything else unblocked to do research. For testing purposes (and probably because I’m not ready to kick the habit), I set the time to ten minutes, and promptly attempted to go on Facebook.
The browser was unable to connect, this making Stop Procrastinating a success.

After the time is up a blue box appears that asks if I “achieved my work goals today” and to give myself a star rating. That way if you didn’t achieve your goals, it totally makes you feel like a terrible person, which is a really nice touch added to help truly motivate you to get your work done! After you click NEXT, another box appears that is a calendar of how much you were able to achieve.

I decided to choose Option 2, but to block certain sites in the “blacklist” and this also proved to be effective. All in all Stop Procrastinating, is probably the best Internet blocking software out there. The installation process is quick and painless, it lets you keep track of all of the work that you are completing and lets you rate yourself to help motivate progress.

The design is very simple, but this is probably best because a complicated design might trigger desires to surf the web. For those who need discipline from the Internet (nearly everyone),Stop Procrastinatingis a stellar option!
Jamie Gillespie February 19, 2015, 02:34 November 15, 2017 Every August, college campuses across the country are packed with families moving eager students into their new dorms.

Unless you were lucky enough to move into a brand new building with state of the art air conditioning and a new mattress, you might remember the eerie feeling of taking over an empty room that has been called home by dozens of students before you.
The thumbtack holes are still on the walls and the mysterious stain on the carpet will keep you and your roommate guessing until you add stains of your own to the room’s history.

It’s almost like the ghosts of previous tenants still haunt the dorms they left.
Once some posters of your own are up and the dorm starts feeling like home, college campuses start feeling much more like “Animal House” than a horror movie by the time Halloween parties on are on the mind, but some campuses have haunts that rival Universal’s Halloween Horror Nights.

Next time you’re scared to death by that physics final, think of the five most haunted college campuses and be glad your campus doesn’t have more to be afraid of…   Almost every college tour guide has a ghost story to tell prospective students, and the better the story the more likely it is to stick around long past the storyteller’s graduation.
Of all the storytellers, however, no one tops Edgar Allen Poe when it comes to hauntings, and his old school starts off our list.

A Confederate surgeon named Dr. Green is said to haunt the library to which he donated all of his books, and his ghost moved with the books when the library transferred from the University’s famed Rotunda to Alderman Library.
Apart from other haunts on campus, Edgar Allen Poe left a scary note on his windowpane when he was forced to leave U.Va. due to debt… Student loans are scary enough, but how would you like to find a note like that on your first night in a new dorm?

If you want to learn more, the University Guide Service at U.Va. even offers a Ghost Tour of the campus.
Waking up to the sounds of a drunk roommate stumbling into the dorm well after midnight is pretty common in college, but students at Fordham University’s Bronx campus have to worry about something else that goes bump in the night. Students living in Finlay Hall have told of frozen hands grabbing their throats late at night—a reminder that Finlay Hall was built on top of a morgue.

The ghost of a young blonde also apparently haunts the showers in Keating Hall, so freshmen have more to worry about than running into their new crush while wearing only a towel. With any old college campus, ghost stories are inevitable, but Fordham might seem eerily familiar to fans of horror because some scenes from “The Exorcist” were filmed at the university.

        3. California State University, Channel Islands When it comes to haunted campuses, it’s all about location, location, location. Cal State’s Channel Islands campus has only been open since 2002, but from 1936 to 1997 the campus was home to the Camarillo State Mental Hospital. Ghosts and strange voices apparently haven’t learned that the campus is now an academic institution rather than an insane asylum, and the signature bell tower is a regular site for paranormal happenings.