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The Bleacher Report staff got together to discuss Penn's return, what it means and our expectations should. Scott Harris: Any and all BJ Penn takes must arrive at the table wrapped in disclaimers and served with a side of platitudes. Yes, Penn is one of the greatest MMA fighters ever, and almost certainly the lightweight GOAT. Yes, at age 37 and with 13 years of combat under his belt, the very wealthy Penn is taking an unnecessary risk with his health and well-being. Yes, Penn has earned the right to make his own decisions. Yes, Penn is severely diminished as a fighter. Yes, Greg Jackson is a very good coach and could impart some new motivation to Penn. After wading through the context and acknowledgements, there's not much left but a couple of basic questions: How would you define success in this run, and do you care. My answer to the first is that any UFC win, even if it comes over, say, Phillipe : I loved the blood-licking, underwater-rock-carrying BJ Penn. I have simply been burned too many times by a “motivated” Penn. I got excited when he returned against Frankie Edgar at 145. I thought getting to 145 and having dropped two to Edgar previously would allow us to see a competitive and fired-up Prodigy. Penn wants to make a run at 145 gold. That's a pipe dream he needs to let go. I don't have high expectations for this return would be a perfect opponent for him, and their beef would, at least, allow me to care a tiny fraction of what I used to care for a BJ Penn fight. It is also a fight between two fighters not nearing a title shot and can be a serviceable piece to any fight card. Featherweight is a strong division, and I just can't see Penn having long-term success in the UFC. If pressed to make a prediction of what happens, I'd have to say he'll get a win over a subpar fighter and get wrecked by a true contender. Truthfully, I just hope this return doesn't make me sad. When it comes to Penn. Penn hasn't been knocked out bunches of times like Ken Shamrock. Heck, he hasn't even sustained a catastrophic injury and been popped for : I got the same gross feeling in the pit of my stomach about all this Penn return stuff as the rest of you. But then I started thinking: You know, this is not Penn staying home and being fat and training for 30 minutes a day and waiting until the very last minute to do anything resembling a fight camp. This is Penn, a historical loafer, uprooting himself and moving to the desolate. Source: Bleacher Report
One can make out hints of the man behind the late Bay Area artist Leo Valledor's paintings, now on exhibit in “Color Space” at Brian Gross Fine Art. The rhythmic rat-a-tat repetition of electric-hued zigzags in his 1967 “Current” embodies the jazz that
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Radio Production Worktext, 5ED is designed to provide an introduction ot the modern radio production studio, the equipment found in that studio, and basic techniques to accomplish radio production work. The text also emphasizes digital equipment but also includes information on the older analog equipment still used in radio. The worktext format combines information, Q&As, and projects, providing a complete resource for teaching and learning, either in a formal classroom setting or as a self-study guide for the individual. The companion CD-ROM provides project material and demonstrations of key concepts. Radio Production Worktext's clear and simple approach makes it a useful reference for the entry-level broadcaster. The new edition focuses on digital technologies but also covers the revelant analog technologies and their role, while continuing to reflect all tools and methods commonly in use. Some chapters have been reordered to strengthen the text, in recognition of the importance of digital technologies to the whole of the production process - and wil bein the front of the book.
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Brian Katz, Sacramento State men’s basketball coach ... but what pleases Aggies coach Jennifer Gross more is how her team has played at the Pavilion, where it has been inconsistent in recent seasons. We’re trying to get back to the tradition we ...
Established in 1990, Brian Gross Fine Art specializes in abstract and reductive painting, provocative exhibitions of sculpture, multi-media installations and ...
Brian Wilson Presents Pet Sounds The 50th Anniversary Celebration & Final Performance in its Entirety. Tour Dates and VIP Info
Brian Spencer; Born (1949-09-03) September 3, 1949 Fort St. James, BC, CAN: Died: June 3, 1988 (1988-06-03) (aged 38) Riviera Beach, FL, USA: Height: 5 ft 11 in (180 cm)
TERRY GROSS, HOST: This is FRESH AIR. I'm Terry Gross. The new movie "Love & Mercy" is about the life of Brian Wilson, who was the genius of The Beach Boys.